The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 15, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1943
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The Algona tipper DCS Moines, Atgottft, Iowa, July 15, 1943 [IAKOTA GIRL IN NURSES TRAINING AT DES MOINES Lakota — Lola Schroeder, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will I Schroeder, spent the 4th of July | week-end with her parents here. ''Lola is taking training at the Lutheran hospital School of Nursing I in Des Moines and has finished a |four months course. Her sister, iMargaret, accompanied her back Ho Des Moines last week Wednes- Iday morning and attended the tcapping exercises which were held phat evening, at which time Lola [received her nurses' cap. Mar- fgaret came home later in tho ! week. \ DR. TJKENA, NORTH CAROLINA VISITS LAKOTA RELATIVES Dr. Maynard Ukena, son of Mrs. Ida Ukena, spent the week-end here with his mother and other relatives. Dr. Ukena, who is sta- 'tioned at Camp Sutton, North $ Carolina, flew to Seattle, Wash., ast week to visit his wife, who a nurse in an evacuation unit in Fort Lewis. Dr. Ukena flew to Minneapolis, arriving on Sunday -morning and his brother, Jerry, rnet him there and brought him here for a day or two. He left forj Des Moines Tuesday and from •,fgs there took a plane back to Camp Sutton. The O'Keefe families enjoyed family picnic at the Swea City Sunday. Mrs. Bertus Jansen came home •;j«| Sunday after visiting a week with t'ifljher daughter, Mrs. W. M. Ham- !mond, near Wesley. Bernadine Gerzema spent last week at Ackley where she visited ?!Jlji several cousins and Mr. and Mrs. 'Sfl Archie Fedge. former Lakota resi- .':$$ dents. ;>>4 There are 14 members of the Gfri Scouts in Lakota and {hey held a bake sale in the town hall Saturday evening and cleared about $8.00. The Gerzema families held a family picnic at the Carl Gerzemus Sunday with about 30 present. Lois Peterson was also a guest of Bernadine Gerzema. I. E. Worthman was agent for the sale of aji unimproved 80 acres owned by the Equitable Life Co. in Hebron township to Leonard Seibold in Lincoln township for $111.25 per acre. Harold Gingrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Gingrich, and Marie Comotos, Tacoma, Wash:, arrived Tuesday for a visit. Harold is stationed at Fort Lewis, where be sees service in a hospital. Friends here were very sorry to hear that Mrs. Emil Wiese had fallen at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Brandt, in Ledyard and had broken her hip and she is being cared for in a hospital. Mrs. I. E. Wortman and son, Don, accompanied the Clayton Angles of Swea City to Iowa Civy Sunday and spent the day visiting the son,--John Wortman, who is a student at the University there. Mrs. Ida Smith and Raymond Smith left Sunday for Minneapolis to buy goods for the store. Mrs. Ward Dawson and daughter, Shirley, accompanied them as far as Excelsior, Minn., and they also returned home with them later in the week. • Elmer Johnson of California was in the county last week and sold 240 acres and the buildings on the Seymour farm south of town to E. E. Lapp of Buffalo Center for $125 per acre, and 108 acre's north of the farmstead to Henry Stecker of Titonka for $105 per acre. Mr. and Mrs. Arvld Christ had their little daughter baptized at the Lutheran church on Sunday morning. The n^me given her was Rose Mary, honoring both grandmothers. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Christ, paternal grandparents, and Mike Christ, Jr., were sponsors. Nickels—dimes—quarters—add them up to one dollar's worth of War Stamps and you've bought your share toward building the Shangri-La: Mystery ship that wilt carry the planes that will plant the bombs that will put Toklo in ashes! Buy at retail stores—from your newsboy —at motion picture theatres. $1 in War Stamps—from Every American Man, Woman and Child! KRESENSKY'S FENTON LEGION AUXILIARY BUYS BOND; INSTALLS Fenton—The American Legion Auxiliary met Friday with Mrs. C. F. C. Laage. Thirteen members and two guests were present. Twenty-eight pounds of magazines were sent to the Veteran's Hospital at Knoxville; also a bond was purchased by the Auxiliary. A delegate and an alternate were elected to attend the convention to be held in Sioux City soon and they are Mrs. Hans Baago and Mrs. George Jorgenson. A committee was appointed to take charge of a Milly Pitcher Tag Day to be held in Fenton on August 7 and is as follows: Mesdames Hans Baago, George Jorgenson, Earl Dean and Rex Wolfe. Officers Installed County President Mrs. Hans Baago had charge of installation of officers, as follows: President, Mrs. S. E. Straley; vice president, Mrs. Sam Warner; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. E. C. Fauerby. Appointed officers by the president are as follows: Historian, Mrs. John Kramer of Whittemore; chaplain, Mrs. George Jorgensen; sargeant-at-arms, Mrs. Earl Dean; rehabilitation, Mrs. Hans Baago; child welfare, Mrs. C. F. C. Laage; poppy chairman, Mrs. W. E. Laage; publicity and music chairman, Mrs. John Tieman; Americanism, Mrs. Tena Newel; education of children of World War veterans, Mrs. Edw. Ohm; legislation and constitution and by-laws, Mrs. John Prew; membership, Mrs. Henry Tieman; national defense, Waves and Spars, Mrs. W. E. Laage; Red Cross chairman, Mrs. George Jorgenson. Tiie next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Tena Newel. PRIVATE HANIFAN SENT TO WENDOVER FIELD, UTAH Mrs. Forrest Hanifan returned home Sunday from Miami Beach, Fla., where she has been the past month with her husband. She was accompanied here by her husband, who will have five days here. On July 6th, Private Hanifan graduated from a Physical Training Instructor's School and goes from here to Wendover Field, Utah, where he will have charge of the athletic program. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and Freeman Wolfe were Sunday evening supper guests at John Tre- mans. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and two daughters and Betty Holldorf spent Sunday and Monday at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Saxton and little daughter of Cylinder visited Sunday evening at Mrs. Mary Hansens. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson and family of Bancroft were dinner guests Sunday at the E. K. Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and family returned to Rockford, 111., Sunday after a week's visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blighton and two daughters of Emmetsburg were dinner guests Sunday at the Derwood Kern home. Marie Depew, daughter of Mrs. Henry Uthof, underwent an appendicitis operation Saturday- afternoon at the Emmetsburg hospital. Miss Lavern Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wolf, who left May 31 for Utah, is working in an ice cream parlor at Provo, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Watson and Sandra Rae of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tietz spent Sunday at the parental John Gramenz home. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes and daughter, Karen, of Austin, Minn., visited here last week at the Everett Dreyer and Paul Eigler homes. Mrs. Theo Bleckwenn, Kathryn and Paul and Irene Bleckwenn of Rochester, Minn., left Thursday THIS TO YOU ORDER YOUR COAL NOW' When your house is icy, and the M-hole family's suffering from colds, Hnd tho children cry with discomfort—it will be too late to heed the message of this ad! We print it to urge you to order your next winter's coal supply NOW, So that your home can be at a healthful, comfortable temperature whatever the thermometer may drop to, So that the railroads of the nation will be free to deliver tSSSSa MACHINES AND MEN to the war fronts around the globe; Soffit you won't be caught short, simply because yon kept putting off something yon could do today! Suppose yon pick up your telephone this minute, call Wand set our fair estimates on the grade of coal you need for your home—or bnsrness loft. Then we'll put you on our dellyery-calen* ar, and yonll be sure of where next win* ter*s heat is coining froml •>'**!*.'-•** night for a vslit with the Alden Davis family, near Chclago. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jensen and daughters, Connie and Sally, of Waterloo visited at the A. R. Willrett home Saturday. Mr. Jensen worked for the Willretts at one time. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade, Marian and Larry and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mary and Car dloattended the fifth annual Gade reunion, whcih was held on Sunday at Call State Park, Algona. Over 100 were present. First Lieut, and Mrs. H. J. Paulus of Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., and Dr. Emil Sulek of Iowa City came Saturday for a visit at the Rev. F. C. Preul home. They left here on Tuesday. Mrs. Sulek will stay on for a more extended visit. Mrs. Anna Osborn, Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and sons attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, held at Armstrong Sunday in the Methodist church basement. Mrs. Brown is a daughter of Mrs. Anna OS- born. Herbert Schrader of Pocahontas, a nephew of Otto Ohrtman, farnior living near Fenton, died in a Japanese prison camp after he was reported missing in action in the Phillipines. No word was received of him for a year, then he was reported a prisoner of the Japs. Now, two months later, he is reported dead. A picnic dinner and supper was held Sunday at Tuttle Lake honoring the birthdays of A. R. Willrett, Ed Meyer and Don Weisbrod.' Present were the A. R. Willrett family, Loretta Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Luedtke, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod and daughters and Gerhard Riggert. Mrs. Oscar Christensen and daughter, Joan, and Mrs. Belle Castle of Racine, Wis., arrived here Friday morning for a visit at the Dr. J. A. Mueller home. Mrs. Castle, Mrs. Mueller's mother, will visit here this week while Mrs. Christensen, a sister of Mrs. Mueller, and Joan will, remain for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf and family, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Froehlick, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Albright and daughter Connie, Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. Holldorf, Jean and June and Wm. Holldorf, all of Ceylon, enjoyed a picnic Sunday at Tuttle Lake in honor of Mr. Holldorf's and Mrs. Albright's birthdays. SENECA GIRL WEDS CORPORAL IN WEST SUNDAY, JULY 4TH Seneca — Announcement has been received of the marriage of Marjorie Brown and Cpl. Alver'n Hewitt, which was performed at the First M. E. churdh at San Diego, Calif., Sunday, July 4th al 3:30 p.m. An army,chaplain rea<: the double ring ceremony. Attendants were Ensign and Mrs. Lyle Humphrey, now of San Diego, but formerly of Mason City. The Bride was attired in a street length silk jersey two-piece dress, with white accessories. She wore a shoulder bouquet of white gardenias and red roses. The bride's attendant wore a navy blue tailored suit and also wore a corsage of gardenias and roses. . The groom was attired in his U. S. army uniform and his attendant wore his naval unifrom. Wedding guests included the bride's mother, Mrs.. Fred Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nelson, second cousins of the bride, also a number of the groom's friends from the weather squad, with which he works. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was given the bridal party by the bride's mother at one of San Diego's beautiful hotels. Corp. and Mrs. Hewitt are making their home at present at La Mesa, Calif., a suburb of San Diego. Mrs. Brown, who accompanied her daughter to San Diego, returned home last Sunday evening. While there she visited at the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nelson. Edwin Nelson may be remembered by some Senecans as he worked in this community some thirty years ago. They also visited with Eugene, son of Mr and Mrs. A. E. Nelson, who is in training at a camp in Vista, Calif, which is near San Diego. Mrs. Brown left San Diego Wednesday and arrived at Ames Sunday morning. She was a between- train guest at the Earl Nelson home at Ames, Mr. Nelson is uncle of Mr. Hewitt's. She arrivec home Sunday evening. LUVERNE SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ELECTS OFFICERS LuVerne — A Sunday School class taught by Florence Hof .in the Evangelical church met last week Tuesday evening for a social evening at the Bernard Wolf home. In a business meeting, organizations plans were carried out and Mrs. Wolf was chosen to be president, Henry Miller is to be vice president, and Mrs. Albert Hefti, secretary-treasurer. They plan to meet once a month for a social evening. Mrs. Fred Merkle was assistant hostess. POAN NEWS "V***»r Short of Cash! Don't let that stop yo« from doing your part-^aud ordering Coal now! It's easv to make arrangements fa take time to pay, TOU8 MQST 'BIT IS F. 8* Norton & Son Mrs. Olga Hott will be hostess to the W. S. C. S, in August. Mrs Marie Christenson will be assistant hostess. The date will be announced later. Mrs, Bryan Asa returned Fri day evening from Rochester, Minn., where she has been a patient for several weeks. She will return in a month for a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frambach are parents of a. daughter born Friday at the MeCreery hospital at Whittemore. Mrs. John Jennings is assisting in the care of the mother and baby at their home now. Mrs. Fred Asa and son, Philip, of Waterloo is. assisting at the Bryan Asa home since last week. Her mother, Mrs. Rea Hutchison, returned to her home in Waterloo haying been here the past three weeks. ••':.. Mr. end Mrs. 1u. J. JCutsehara pf Clear take were last week Tuesday dinner guests at the A. J. Martinek home and afternoon visitors in the Wm. Martinek home. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hott were visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hinders and sou and Margaret Seefeld of Woden spent Sunday afternoon at the A. J. Martipefc asd Iveaader Seefeld^omes. Marlew and gayis " ?*$¥* THREE LOCAL BOYS HOME ON FURLOUGH THIS WEEK Servicemen al home on furloughs this week include Junior Huff, who is stationed at Camp Butner, N. C.; Robert Smith, Kansas City, and Arlie Goetsch, Camp McCain, Miss. Junior has been transferred to the Air Corps and is to remain at Camp Butner until he gets his call. Pvt. Smith has been in the West Indies. Shirley Dimler, Des Moines, spent the week-end at home. Harold Burtis, Enid, Okla., visited in LuVerne the last of the week. Little Judy Krafft, Eagle Grove, is visiting at H. T. Blumers.. She is a niece of Mrs. Blumer. Mrs. E. C. Schroeder, Cedar Falls, is a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ray Stone. Mrs. Al Jones left Sunday evening to spend two weeks at the Wilfred Jones home in Minneapolis. A daughter was born Thursday, July 8, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer. Mrs. Meyer is the former Kathleen McClellan. Mrs. Harold Sorensen took the boys of Den No. 1 of the Cub Pack of LuVerne Scouts to Algona for a picnic last weak Tuesday. Mrs. Elsie Wyatt and daughter, Mary, Decatur, 111,,, wete guests at George Frantzes last week. Mrs. Wyatt is a sister' of Mr. Frantz;. John Rentz,. Eleanor Bochinsky and her mother, Mrs. Cook, Hop kins, Minn., were recent guests at O. S. Lunds. Mr. Rentz is a brother of Mrs.. Lund.. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk visited relatives at Royal Sunday and brought back their daughter, Sally, who had been visiting there and at Linn Grove and Webb. Alice Mae Merkle is recovering from an appendectomy performed last Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Merkle; Irene Behnkendorf, who has been spending, the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Behnkendorf, returned to. Des Moines Sunday. She is at-t tending a school of cosmetology there. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly spent Friday at Goldfield. The Lawrences visited Mrs. Lawrence's brother and family, Wm. Mantles, and the Kublys visited Mrs. Lena Btetti.. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Curtis, Sioux Falls, visited Mrs. Anna Sankey Thursday and on Friday Mrs. Sankey and her granddaughter, Marjorie Riley, accompanied the Curtises to Sioux Falls for a week's visit. Mr: and Mrs. Harry Hoepner and children, Tulsa, Okla., visited at Wm. Hoepners last week when they were called to Iowa by the death of Mrs. Hoepner's mother. Mr. Hoepner is working in a defense; plant days and broadcasts over the radio station there eve- nings. He was fromerly with the Oklahmoa Outlaws over WHO. Could You Use *1OO Bet you can think of many uses for it! Well, you can get $50$100 - $200 or more in IMMEDIATE CASH thru us. Money to pay store bills, doctor bills, insurance) buy coal, clothes, feed, livestock — easy monthly payments; (Special 1 Plan for Farmers.) L. S. Bohannon Phone 108 Algona, la. 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