The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 22, 1943 · Page 4
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4-H GIRLS'CLUB ACTIVmES FOR JULY AND AUGUST A 4-H camp for grils from Kos- sUth and Mitchell counties will be held the first week end in August, 4th, 5th and 6th, at the Methodist camp grounds at Clear Lake. At least 45 girls from Kossuth and 20 from Mitchell are expected to the is; They will include the officers and local club attend, county presidents. Miss Evelyn Bode, Algona, has been secured to help with the camp music. Mrs. A. L. Brown and Mrs. J. M. Patterson, Algona, and Mrs. M. Hagan, Osage, will help the county extension home economists, May Farmer and Alma Schultz, with the recreation and handicraft work. Garden Tours A series of garden tours have Peterson-Johnson— Miss Betty Mae Peterson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her jert Peterson, was married 01 Friday evening, July 2, at the First Lutheran church in Minnea polis, Minn., to Pvt. Reynold A Johnson of the Airmy Air Force Colorado Springs, Colo. He is th son of Mrs. Dan Johnson of Minneapolis. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Harold A. Johnson. "Because" and "I Love Yoi Truly" were sung by Mrs. Ray Steele, accompanied by Helen Marie Amenrud. The bride wore a while faille dress with a train and a veil with pearl orange blossoms. She carried a Testament with floweret » , . i , ., . , . . _-. , . iitvi ti i dn i tn i it;i 11 VYILII uu w ci t_n been scheduled lor B irls 4-H club, streamers, and had a corsage of Miss Schultz will meet with the i • _ , ___,_.. ,,__. Miss Schultz will meet with the girls, help them with their record books, demonstrations and clothing projects. After a picnic luncheon the girls will visit each other's family gardens. Unless rains or threshing interferes the schedule 'is as follows: Burt Bluebirds July OO "Dlll.-.^ f^imnlr T..1*. OH Tl.... 1 ..I » gardenias and white roses. Her pearl necklace was a gift of the bridegroom. Miss Angie Tomahi, the maid of honor, wore a dress of ice-blue faille. Miss Phyllis Stoehr, bridesmaid, wore a similar dress of yellow faille. The junior . . , bridesmaids were Delores and , alr ' e | Marilyn Peterson, sisters of the i bride tincl tliov \vonc blUG f lillc July 28, Greenwood Girls July 29,1 dresses. All the attendants had Irvington Is July 30, Lone Rock bouquets of talisman roses and Lviely Rockets August 2, LuVerne Live Wires Aufiust 3, Swea Sunny- sides August 10, Union Alelheans August 11, LuVerne Boosters August 12 and Seneca Stars August 18 23, Plum Creek 27, Ju y 26, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Barber and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Matt Roach in Blue Earth Minn., Sunday. The families were former S. D. Woonsockei. CALL VS FOR FURNACE Dependable service, roasonabl prices on repairs for any make of furnace. We'll help you be aura you- furnace is kept in good sh^po, The factory provides us with 24-hour••day lervica on genuine repair parts lor Green Colonial furnaces. NEW * yew present furnace Is boyond us* or ^t"-' i TI "i! , Caa Bli " bu * ' ""* C"=n -olomal. A«V ,,« about il. Laing & Muckey Pilone 464 N. Dodge St i ALGONA, IOWA COLONIAL -Read The Want Ads— It Pays bouquets blue delphinium. Pvt. Wilbert Thompson, also of Colorado Springs, was the best man, and Gerald Johnson, the bridegroom's brother, was an usher. A reception was held that evening for one hundred guests at the I.O.O.F. hall in Minneapolis. The bride's mother was also there for the wedding. The bridegroom spent a week at his home and thei returned to Colorado Springs Mrs. Johnson will make her hotnt with her husband's mother. Meeting: of Townsend Club— The members and officers of Algona Townsend Club No. 1 moi Tuesday evening for a business meeting and pot-luck supper. The Liberty Bell honor roll had been received and was on display. An ionor certitlicate was received direct from the national president Dy each member whose name appeared on the honor roll. A bull-i:in was read urging every contestant to secure their allotted lumber of members. Another meeting has been planned for August 3, but the details are as yet incomplete. On August 29 there will be a district meeting Fifteen counties will I E TY addition to those mentioned were Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Mrs. E. C Potter, Mrs. O. S. Moore, Mrs Ella Potter and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf. Picnic for LaVonne Wolcott— A farewell picnic will be held this evening in the Call State Park for LaVonne Wolcott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wolcott. LaVonne is leaving for Omaha Aug 1st. There she will enter the Electronic-Radio-Television. Institute Those attending the picnic will be the Rev. and Mrs. E. K. Nelson, host and hostess, Mary Amunson, Elvie Vera and Mary Frances Carney. C. D. of A. Card Party— The local unit C. D. of A. sponsored a card party at the Academy hall Sunday evening. Though the weather was unfavorable with much rain, a fair sized group en- ioyed the evening at cards. In five lundred Matt Amfahr won honors, n contract bridge Mrs. Joe Kelly was high and Tim O'Brien won in auction bridge. A lunch was served 'ollowing the games. IRVINGTON 4-H CLUB IN ANNUAL TOUR AND PICNIC Irvington—The Irvington 4-H Club held their annual club tour and pitnic on July 7th, combining the two, thus this event took the jjlace of their regular July meeting. Stops were made at Rober Kinsch's, where his two calves were inspected by the entire group. Next on their itinerary was at the Matt Bormann's, where the club viewed the two calves of Albert and Donald Bormann, which are developing nicely. The Carl Brown's was the next stop and Charles and Gerald Brown displayed their purebred Guernsey calves. Part of the program here ncluded a talk by Mr. Brown about the pedigrees of the Guernsey cattle and also the type of cat- le he was using in building up lis herd. The last stop was made vith Dick and Shirley Weber, hildren of Mr. and Mrs. John Veber. These young people have elected two Duroc hogs for their lub entries and they were duly •xamined by the group. Later the entire crowd enjoyed picnic supper at the Webers, lius ending a well worth while pent day. LAKOTA NEWS in Algona. send their delegates. The local clubs are to participate in all of the plans. Mrs. Mary Miller Gives Tea— Mrs. Mary A. Miller entertainer! at tea Tuesday afternoon in honor of the birthday of Mrs. W. L. Martin and in honor of Mrs. Martin's mother, Mrs. George Bell of Jamestown, N. D., who is visiting here. Mrs. Martin was presented with a birthday cake and gifts and cards. Others who attended in Vlidwcst Service Picnic— The annual Midwest Service ompany picnic was held in th Call State Park Sunday evening it 5 o'clock. Approximately flft sersons were present. The time vas spent visiting and talking ove he business interests of the com pany. Refreshments were furnished by the company. Sewing Club Meets- Mrs. W. S. Windell entertained the sewing club Monday afternoon. Besides the regular members guests were: Mrs. Wesley Dutton, Mrs: Lindsey, Emma Spongberg, and the G. L. Vohs daughter from Chicago. Party for Mrs. Carney— A surprise birthday party was given Saturday evening for Mrs. Robert A. Carney. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Shipler. Burl; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller nad Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sorensen of Ringsted. Naomi Circle To Meet— The Naomi Circle will meet nn Friday afternoon at 2:30 in the I.O.O.F. Hall. Mrs. Anna Sharp. VIrs. Elsie Rice, Mrs. Dorothea Knudsen and Mrs. Dorothy Bernau will be the hostesses. Voters' Assembly Changed— The quarterly Voters' Assembly, previously scheduled for Sunday afternoon, July 25, will be held t 8:30 p.m.,Sunday evening, July JAMES LEE NOW STUDYING AT GALLOP ISLAND Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee hav received word from their son ant daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jas Lee, that they are now stationei at Boston. Jim, who is serving with the merchant marines, is taking more schooling at Gallop Island, located in Boston harbor They have been there about two weeks and he does not expect to finish his training until some time in December. JOHN MUEHE, JR., NOW PRISONER IN GERMANY Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Muehe have received word through the government telling them how they may contact their son, John Jr. who is now at some German prison war camp. However, at present only letters may be sent, no packages. Some months ago John Jr. was listed as missing in action and it was only recently that he has aeen reported as a prisoner. Thurs., Fri. and Sat. July 22, 23 and 24 Sunday and Monday July 25 and 26 THEy TO KILL These romantic Americans! Daring All to Save Freedom for All! Fun for the Family Saturday Methodist Cricle Picnic — The Methodist Circle No. 7 held a family picnic at the Call State Park Wednesday evening beginning at 6:30. The evening was spent in games and talking. ST. JOE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eischen and family, of near Algona, spent Sunday afternoon at the Peter Kayscr home. Fred Illg submitted to an operation for gall stones in St. Mary's hospital at Rochester last Thursday. Mrs. Illg is with him. Miss Catherine Swirezcyshi of Gainesville, Texas, arrived at the Peter Erpelding home Friday for a week's visit with friends. Mrs. Joe Stattleman and Mrs. Joe Schaller, who went through the clinic at Rochester last week will both undergo operations this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Gormann, of Minneapolis, are spending two weeks at the \Vm. Reding home. Guests this week at the Gerald Leeks were Mr. and Mrs. Willis ,eek of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Hunt of Bancroft were Monday callers at the Charles Reaper home. The health of Mrs. Reaper, mother of Charles, •emains about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Leek, ac- ^ompanied by Chris Olson, motor- d to Grand River, Iowa, last week .vhere they attended the funer.il of Mrs. .Olson's mother. Prior to this.Mrs. Olson had been spending some" time' at her mother's home. Mrs. Pearl Parsons and a saleslady selling magazines were visiting the people in this community last Wednesday. The local Ladies Aid Society received a percentage of all the sales made. The ladies of the St. Joe church were also out with the same proposition on Thursday. Friends and relatives here have received announcements from Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Hutchins, Jr., from San Diego, Calif., telling of the arrival of their first child, Sharon Lee, born on July 4tn. Lawrence, Jr., more commonly known here as "Bud", is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutchins, Sr. Mrs. Redinj Gormanns. is a daughter of the Mr. and Mrs. Chus. Plathe received word from their son, Vernon, in Tunisia, that he was promoted to the rank of sergeant on May 19th. Vernon lias been in the service since August, 1942. Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Math Becker were sponsors Sunday in St. Cecelia's church, Al- gonn, for Jean Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul, born July 13 at the Kossuth hospital. The Thuls now have four girls and TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JULY 27 and 28 THURSDAY, JULY 29th - Matinee 2:00 P. M. TO MAKE THE A*/s Buy an extra dollar's worth of war stamps in July ! Help 1 30,000,000 other t SHANGRI-IA! ADMISSION—$1.00 PURCHASE OF WAR STAMPS Present Your Shangri-La Album LEON ERROL and HARRIET HILLIARD with GLEN GRAY and HIS ORCHESTRA "GALS, INCORPORATED" a boy. —-K- LEDYARD NEWS Mrs. Cass of Fayette came Friday for a week's visit here at the home of her son, Rev. Ed Cass. Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson was a dinner guest Sunday at the Edward Frosgren home at Swea City. Miss Dorothy Stubbe of Chicago, 111., came Saturday to spend a few days visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson and son of Chicago spent Saturday at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz and daughters, Paula Kay and Joyce, were visitors Sunday in the Ed Sanders home at Elmore. Mrs. Gregor Deim, Naomi Hewitt of Swea City and Mrs. L. W. Weimer were supper guests at the D. B. Mayer home on Wednesday. Pvt. Kenneth Poppe arrived home Sunday from Camp Haan, Calif., to spend a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Poppe. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knoner, Mrs. Edward Looft and Mrs. Fred Junkermeier went to Hubbard last Sunday to visit their sister, Mrs. Lydia Brandt. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Darnauer and Ruth and James and Mrs. Darnauer's mother, Mrs. Crandahl of South Dakota, spent Friday evening at the Lou Nitz and Howard Jensen home. W Conrad Aleg and Donna Jean and Marian Emily were visitors with their mother at Rochester Sunday. Mrs. Aleg, a patient in OTTOSEN NEWS the hospital nicely. there, is improving Mr. Warrior spent Saturday at Fort Dodge. Marilyn Kinseth of Algona spent the week-end at the Kinseth home. Mrs. Fred Lasline of Curlew was a week-end visitor at the Charlie Fisher home. Mrs. Orval Salsbury of Rodmr.n visited Sunday at the Fred Puff and Clarence Reese homes. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enockson and girls were Sunday visitors at the Earl Olson home near Bode. Mrs. Robert Naeve and Donaid came from El Reno, Okla., to visit at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mrs. J. B. Jacobson of Bode spent from Thursday until Saturday at the Sylvan Jacobson home. Mrs. Harold Jacobson and Rosemary were Sunday aftrenoon visitors at the Miles Helmen home in Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Norman and daughter, Glenda, of Kansas City are visiting at the Ralph Richards home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig and Barbara were Sunday last visitors at the D. E. Young home at Itolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt and family were Sunday visitors at the Harry Chambers home in Cor with. Dema.ge. Gress, who has spent some time at the Fahey Gress home, returned recently to her home at Nevis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holland and family, Eli Holland of Milroy, Minn., were Sunday callers at the Clarence Reese home. Mrs. James Togeas and Jimmy, Mrs. Herman Lambert, Jr. and Linda Kay of Ft. Dodge spent the week-end at the Henry Lovig home. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met at the church parlors Friday afternoon with Mrs. Clyde Bavin- der and Mrs. John Coyle as hostesses. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met i at the church parlors Wednesday ' afternoon with Mrs. Magnus Brot- land and Mrs. Norman Helleseth as hostesses. Peter Holt and Margaret, Mrs. Loren Daniels and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt attended the funeral of Judy Edwards, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Edwards, at Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Lovig entertained in honor of their son, Charles' birthday Sunday afternoon. Those attending were Mrs. J. Vinoas and Janice, Marilyn Larson, Mrs. Earl Long and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Welter and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig and Barbara, Mrs. James Togeas and Jimmy, Mrs. Herman Lambers. Jr. arid Linda Kay. Betty ' jbhnsoft, ttamptori, vis* Ited friends heHe last week. Mrs. Irvln'Koppen aria baby came home from the ICpjSSiith,hos- pital Sunday. », Mrs. Walter dsterman atidji-.-fiOn of THonka were visitors at the Harry Mifssrrfans last week Tuesday. Mrs., Clyfie Sander's father, Jake Kelly, near Swea City passed away early Sunday morning at his home. v Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall spent Sundajf witn Frank's brftther anr wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Krall, at Mason City. ' Mrs. Merrill Sparks and two daughters, Blue fiarth, are spend- ng this week with her parents, Vtr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis. Mesdames Delia Smith, C. A. utknecht, W. E. Gutknecht and he Misses Emma and Lena Gut- cnecht .were Fairmont shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards and wo daughters of Omaha, Nebr,, arrived Sunday for a week's visit vith Mrs. Edward's mother, Mrs. tVilliam Aaldreks. The ^U. S. W. held a business meeting in the town hall last veek Wednesday evening. The next meeting will be held August llth at the same place. Mrs. Will Schroeder and two daughter, Margaret ;antj »c*6thy, Mrs. Ft-fed- Schfoed&r and Mrs. .George Hestlahd .ahd daughter, PaiTstliHe, wete Algofta visitors on Friday, • t The Methodist women held a food sale at the town hall Saturday flrtd fealiaed almosT $18 for their efforts, Mesdames Harry Mussmari and A. T. Buckets had charge of the salei Mr. and Mrs. George'feeavrlhg, Buffalo Center, came Sunday and got Mrs. Beavrlng's mother, Mrs. George Altizer, and they drove to Popejoy, Iowa, to spend the day wi,th the M. Altizers. Mesdames Ahrend Hans, Art Lester, A. C. Klocke and Carl Gerzema drove to Bricelyn Friday where they attended the Lutheran Aid Society. Mrs. Mary Zoller was one of the hostesses. Mrs. Zoller is a daughter of Mrs. Peter Hans, Lakota. Winston Schroeder, who has been employed in the Lockheed plant in California for two months, came home Friday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder. He will be 18 years old this week and will register for military service. Mrs. P. L. Koppen was a visitor at the Algona hospital to see the new granddaughter one day last week. She has been named Linda Joyce: Mrs. Koppen's cousin, Mrs. Augusta Bayle,. accompanied^them as far as Bancroft where she spent a few days with Mrs. Annie Caylor. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gill and daughter, Mfs. Elizabeth Paine, Algeria, MftT, P. -c. iCiesitef, it- more,' Mltin., attd JoAnn Kiester, Mason city were visitors at t' Harry Musshlatts -last week ,We ttesday. Mrs. Pafrte is a sister- of Mrs, Mussman's* mother, Mrs. F. C. Blester. Thomas Lewis, who Is employ* ed in the Lockheed plant in California, came to Des Mbines by plane Saturday, then to Algona by bus and his sister and hits- band, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey tteld, brought him to his parent's, Mr. ahd Mrs. Charles Lewis, Sunday where he visited until later in the thfeft lift l tot -The ReldW speflt Sunday &tlves here, with Mr. Alitii.MfS; I*. U Kd»p6n received ' aft announcement last week of the 1 birth of a son to Mr. ana Mrs. Led Keopple «it a hos- " ' pital fii Saft "mew 'Cmit*, July 13th. He ha* been named Thomas tieorge, Mrs. Keoppte was formerly Florence Koppen. This makes two grandchildren for the Koppens within a week, a daughter having been born to Mr. atid Mrs. Irvin Koppen July 7th, Read The, Want Ads—It Pays < Pepsi-Cola Company, LORK Island City, N. Y. Franchlsed Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF FORT DODGE Pancake Flour 4-lb. C Ba< 3 Cake Flour HAZEL BRAND 20 2 3 /4-lb. Post Toasties Kefloqg i Corn Flakes Walnut Meals 45 HALVES AND PIECES 1/2 tb. ^: • • * , . y. fily *^rr ^, ry • * r Ttuia attd l/eqefabfo* Head Lettuce FRESH & CRISP SOLID HEADS 5 Doz. Six* 10 EACH 7 RUN E S 'jljjj[*S*-%f : ?&'-'"' >.'?''>»V^i..-'.V- 11 ; » Fresh, ripe Tomatoes . . . . Ib. 23 C ^UIJHII Ann citrar—noam oitowif Carrots B <h. 5c HOME GROWN Beets .... 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