The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1943 · Page 3
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JENECA HELD CLUB TOUR LAST SATURDAY Seneca—The Seneca 4-H club held their regular meeting Saturday afternoon at the home of Darina Classen, The girls came early and held a club tour before the meeting, visiting first at the home of Margery and Donna Moore, where they saw the girls' flock of White Leghorn chickens. Margery also exhibited a nice display of articles of clothing and garments which she had made. Lavon Bailey displayed a lovely dress on which she was working, also other garments. They then drove to Jean .Wilberg's home Hie Algona tipper DCS Mo'nes, Algona, Iowa, August 26,1943 where they saw a flock of White Leghorn and Barred Rock pullet which Jean is raising for hei mother and her aunt Mrs. Ronald Carey. Jean also had several nice garments for display. Frances Halverson also had chickens. She was the only glr who had already sold the heavies cockerels. She also showed severa. articles of clothing which she hac made. Lavonne Thompsbn showed her flock of Buff Rocks, Donna Jean -ody showed her mother's White Leghorns which she had helped raise and several articles of cloth- ng which she had sewed. Donna Classen had experienced the mis- 'ortune of losing her private 'locks, of chickens when a mink had gotten into the pen and killed and carried them away. A brief jusiness meeting was held, plans were made for the local achieve- \ *•• Why should oil be changed every 2 jnonths or at 1000 miles? Jl» Your car produces nearly 1 gallon of water V per gallon of gaa burned. Short-run driving fails to expel all this water. Some gets into the cronkcase and causes contamination of any oil. ment day, which will be Sept. 1 and for the Fair which will b held the following week. In addi tion to the 4-H girls present othe. guests included Mrs. Sam Oleson Mrs. Norman Thompson and Mrs Albert Cody. ST. JOE NEWS Trained hands thai work for Victory throayh Mary Jane and Marvin Oringei Were recent visitors at the home, of their grandmother, Mrs. Win Buttermore of West Bend. Mrs. Mary Collins of West Bend and" Mrs. Paul Taylor, of Baxter Springs, Kansas, were callers at the John Oringer home, Saturday. A farewell picnic was held in -all Park, Algona, for Lucille iVales, who will soon leave for Holy Ghost Convent, Teckny, 111. Banns of marriage were announced in S.t. Joseph church Sunday for Cecelia Wiltgen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wiltgen, and Ralph Koppen, of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. John Oringer and amily were last Monday supper juests at the home of Mrs. Wm. Buttermore in West Bend in hon- >r of her grandson Robert Collins, i marine stationed in Virginia, lobert is the son of Mrs. Mary Collins, West Bend, sister of Mrs. Tohn Oringer. A pre-huptial . miscellaneous shower was , given in honor of Carolyn Faber in the West Bend Legion hall, Sunday. Bridge and five hundred were played and high prizes were won by Mrs. Chas. Plathe and Mrs. Earl Sheppard, respectively. Adella Faber received low prize. The honoree received many beautiful gifts. Miss Faber will become the bride of Nicholas Weydert on Monday, August 23, in SS. Peter and Paul church at West Bend. MRS. C. R. LEWIS, LAKOTA PIONEER, Lakota—following poor health for several years Mrs. Chas. H Lewis, Lakota, succumbed to a heart attack at her home last Thursday evening. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Lakota Presbyterian church, Rev. E. G. Sauer in charge. Interment was in Maple Hill cemetery. Pallbearers were Art Lester, A. D. Austin, J. A. Burger, A. T. Buckets, Don Sticker and Ben Farrow. WITHBEAL800TJUIC6S Early Settler in Kossuth Marena Fredricka Winter was 3orn in Lakota Mills County, near White Cloud, Iowa, October 2, 1875. She was the daughter of the ate Michael and Catherine Winer. Two years after her birth he family moved to Ramsey ownship, in a covered wagon, vhere they lived on a farm for hree years. They were among he first settlers in Ramsey and lelped to establish this commun- ty which was south of the town if Germania, now Lakota. In 1880 hey moved to Fort Dodge, for our years, coming back to Ramsey in 1884 where the family ettled permanently. She was the first Primary teacher in the school in Ramsey. She was united in marriage to Charles R. Lewis, on December 5, 1900. They spent all of their married life in Germania, now Lakota, as the town was renamed. Seven children were born to this union: (Charlotte) Mrs. A. L. Sorenson, of Glendale,. Calif., (Edith) Mrs. Fred Schroeder, of Lakota; (Olive) Mrs. Harvey Reid, of Algona; (Arlene) Mrs. Merrill Sparks, of Blue Earth, Minn.; Thomas of Glendale, Calif.; and Charles R. Lewis, Jr., of Los Angeles, Calif. There are ten grand children. Mrs. Lewis leaves one sister Mrs. J. C. Randall of Glenburn, N. Dak., and one brother C. A. Winter, of Lakota. Three sisters and one broth- I er preceded her in death. They were Mrs. John Liesveld, Mrs. August Wortman, Mrs. Wm. Wortman, and Phillip Winter. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, Jr., and daughter Susan Lee, Gowrie, Pleasing .. As your car grows older, it requires more, and more expert care. That is why Standard Oil, since the atari: of the war, has intensified its efforts—through schools, clinics, '•'•' individual training—to make available throughout tho Midwest the better car care your 19 months-older car requires. At thousands of Standard Oil Dealer Stations you will find expert, well-trained hands, hands that work to keep the Home Front strong... through better car care. *•• yovrStmadard OilDteJtt Buy rtortf War Bonds Oil is Ammunition ... Uie it Wittly , , ' YEARS -- -, < v [/ (. - -' - * v ,/,, \ , SHIP./ : FOUNDED 1869 -,;' '-, '-, , Your Needs We Have Hog Feeders & Portable Buildings _. Creosoted Po»ts, White Cedar Posts, Woven Wire and — Barb Wire, Dimension Lumber, Shiplap, Car Siding, Rough inch boards, Sheathing Boards, Red Cedar Shingles Asphalt Slate Coated Shingles, Insulation of several kinds, Barn and s _ House Paint. s g We have had a good supply of coal arrive and we can f| ~ make early delivery. -."•","• See our 200 Bushel Hog Feeder H Phone 229 F. S. Norton & Son Ella Kyhl, employed in Mason City, came home Sunday for a two weeks vacation at the parental Robt. N. Kyhls. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Kluss and son Willis of Gait, visited here over the weekend at the parenta Fred Kluss home. Mr. and Mrs. William Ford and Kay of Fairbauldt, Minn., spen the weekend at the F. P. Newe home. Mrs. Ford is Mrs. Newel': sister. Mrs. Ervin Gremmels, who..ha been quite ill for about a Week was taken to the- Emmetsburj hospital Sunday night for observation. Arlene and Marie Mitchell are in Minneapolis, where Arlene is employed at the Northern Pump Factory and Marie is a nurses' aid at Northwestern. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kyhl attended the annual meeting and dinner for DeKalb Hybrid Seed Corn salesmen and their wives held at Humboldt, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hendricksen and two children were dinner guests Sunday at the parental A. J. Kennedys, honoring the Kennedy's forty-third wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hecht and Donald of Chicago, came Friday for a weeks' visit with Mrs. Hecht's sister, Mrs. E. C. Fauerby and family and with her mother, Mrs. F. Schendel, near Fairville. Malinda Hantelman returned home from Cedar Falls, Friday, where she had attended State Teacher's college for twelve weeks. In about two weeks she goes -to Belle Plaine to begin her third year there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behme an Janet attended a Palmer reunio Sunday at Pilot Knob. Their so Layton, who has been visitin since July 4th with his grandparents, the Ernest Palmers at Rock ford, returned here with them. Frances Bailey came home Fri day night from Cedar Falls, wher she has been attending the sum mer session for twelve •vfreeks Frances received her B. A. degre and will be home about a weel before going to LeMars, where sh< will teach. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolf lef early Monday morning for Clar inda to bring back the household goods of R. M. Eggerling, the par ochial teacher who will take pos session of the house recently va cated by the G. R. Krauses. Mr Egerling has taught four or fiv< yaers at Clarinda. Mrs, Mary Hansen left Monday night for Whittemore, where she spent the night at the John Kramer home and left Tuesday morning for Mitchell, South Dakota, where she will visit her sister, Mrs, Walter Bramon and family, A son o the Bramons, S/Sgt. Elwopd Bramon and his wife will also be at Mitchell, Mrs. Hansen plans to be gone four or five days. The Rev. R. W. Kabelitz and his congregation delegate, August Zumacb, and Rev. A. F.'Rehder and his delegate, Herman Haack, from the Fairvilje congregation, left Sunday afternoon for the Walther League Camp at Okoboji, to attend the District Synodical convention of the Iowa pistrist West. The convention's opening session was Sunday evening and lasts till Friday noon. Erwin Votteler, a Sea Bee stationed at DavisviUe, Rhode Island came home Sunday morning on a ten day leave. He flew from Rhode Island to Chicago. He was met in Mason City by George Pertl and Valerian Jentz, who were dinner guests at the Ernest Votteler home. Other dinner guests were his grandmother, Mis. Robert ^otteler, and Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer. Afternoon callers were the Sewge geigg spent Sunday with relatives here Sunday visitors at the A. T Buckels were their son Cliffor and family and the Milford Ding mans of Titonka. The Edward Hagges and th Orville Koppens were dinne guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Nel son Grote at Armstrong, Sunday Kay and Patty Murray, who spent last week visiting their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs N. C. Hausman, Forest City, came home Sunday. Mrs. Tony Schaper has been il ihe past ten days at her home icre. A friend, Elizabeth Baldridge, of Des Moines, came lasl week Wednesday for a visit and has been helping care for her. Mrs. Lou Helmer, who suffered a stroke last week Sunday at the lome of her daughter and family, he John Roelfsemas, passed away Saturday night at 10 o'clock. Fun- ral arrangements were not compete at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jager, Mason City, visited at the John Roelfsemas last week, where Mrs. ager's mother, Mrs. Lou Helmers, vas critically ill. They also visit- d other relatives. Mrs. Jager was ormerly Fannie Helmers. Sunday visitors at the George Heetlands were the Edward :hrists, Forest City, and Mrs. Elreda Leland and Forest Hanifan f Swea City. The Heetland twins, •"Busline and Faustine, who have been visiting at the Christs the past week came home with them. Mrs. W. E. Ley left via bus from Algona, Friday, for Fort Dodge, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. W. A. Smith a few days and then will go to Fort Madison for a few days visit with her daughter, (Betty) Mrs. E. D. Buckels. She expects to be gone a week or ten days. Dorthy Ukena, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena, was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona, Friday night for an emr- gency operation for appendicitis at 11 o'clock that night. Dorothy graduated from high school last spring and was to have entered the University of Dubuque, Tuesday. Mrs. Margaret Warburton drove up from Des Moines, Sunday for a ten day vacation with relatives and friends., Faye and Feme Olthoff, who have been employed in Des Moines during the summer vacation, accompanied her to Lakota. The girls will teach again this year in the same schools as last year. Mrs. George Heetland drove to Ames, Thursday and brought home her daughter, Alis, who has been taking a pre-nursing course in the science division at Ames, since graduating from high school last spring. She will go to Des Moines about the first of September to enter Mercy hospital for nurse's training. Winston Schroeder, Maynard Koppen and Peter Smidt were called to Des Moines Saturday for a final examination for service and all passed the examination and will have at least ten days furlough before reporting for duty. Winston entered as a aviation cadet, Maynard goes into the army and Peter goes into the aviation ground crew. Pvt. James Litchlighter and wife, the former Irene Christ of Winnebago, Minn., were visiting •elatives here Friday. Among hose called on were, Mr. and Vtrs. William Mabus, the Dave 'attersons, Mr. and Mrs. John Dorenbush, the Bert Wirtjis and he Fred Mabus. Mrs. Litchlighter as been with her husband at Galveston, Texas, but will teach he Patterson school in Lincoln ownship this year. PLATE GLASS We hare purchased the plate glass stock of the Cowan & Son firm and are equipped to Install and handle all jobs. Cowan Building Supply Co. Service on FURNACE REPAIRS Expert work, reasonable price* en repair* for any make o! furnace;; Wall help you be <ure your farnacB i* kepi in good shape. The factory provides us with 24-hour- a-day service on genuine repair parts for Green Colonial furnaces. NEW FUKMfACES? I! your preient furnace 11 bsyond us9 or "pair, you can (till buy * new Green Colonial. Ailt ui about II. 1 * Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St ALGONA, IOWA GREEN COLONIAL FURNACE SERVICE Smart Sister Sue knows GIRDLSLAX do ... for any and . every occasion! v In the shop... at home... on that cherished "day off*... GIRDLSLAX fillthebillcomforcably,.f»wr//y,dur. ably! Cut to flatter, tailored with bulge-eliminating mannish drape that gives a long line to the figure. And, of course, KORET GIRDLSLAX have that slenderizing, glamouriz- ing Girdlwaist*, a non-curl, bias- cut rayon taffeta waistband with canvas inner-reinforcing.... it "nips in" your figure in just the right places! All GIRDLSUX //; sjza 12-20 "Slim-Line" of quality Butcher Linen, in Kelly Green, Fire Red. Luggage, Beachcomber Beige, Lagoon Blue .. about $7 "Caballcro" of crush-resistant Cavalry Twill in Beachcomber Beige. Airforce Blue, Brown and Navy. —-.about 6.95 "Piccadilly" of Dundee Chex (spun rayon and Teca yarn) in Blue. Black, Brown and Green ... .about 7.95 Kresensky's make light of WALKING ',You hardly realize you're taking so many extra steps when you wear these easy-walking, comfortably support-! ing shoes. The non-slip heel that stays with your foot has a lot to do .with it. ^G i „./• . 1 m \ "Enchantress" Highly styled two- piece cotton velveteen frosted with white rayon rib- bonette faille. $14.95 "Shiningr Star" A tailored delight in Sheerline Cord u r o y twinkling with shiny nail- heads. $10.95 fSr ••"-^ \ i^- "Pencil Slim" , ^ V, Roll-Cord Corduroy and Air , Line rayon Gabardine deft-: ly combined in, this tailored! two-piecer, In) Redspice, Pi-' geon Blue, Sage Green. Sizes 11 1 to 17, « •\ .1 mi)

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