the Algona Upper Dei ftfotnes, Algona, fewa, September ft, 1§43 LAWRENCE TRIPP, LAKOTA DRAYMAN, TO KANSAS TOWN Lawrence Tripp, who has operated the city dray line the past 2 years, sold his mules, wagon, and other dray equipment to Geston Berhm Saturday afternoon. They also sold most of their household goods at a public sale. Lawrence, his wife and 2 children will move to Belolt, Kansas, where Lawrence's father, Victor Tripp, operates a second hand furniture store and he will help with the business. Victor Tripp and family were residents of Lakota 40 years ago. Henry Swalve, west of Titonika, has rented the B. L. Lineman house vacated by the Tripps and will move here this week. Henry is a half brother of Arend Swalve, •who live on the Ley farm. Mr. and Mrs. John Griese spent Sunday at Titonka with their daughter and family, the Charles Petersons. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine, Al- flona, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton were Sunday dinner guests at the J. E. Smiths. Lena Gutknecht left Sundiiy afternoon for Mason City, where she will take up her work as a teacher in the public school. Mrs. Bert Dunn, Bismark, N. D., is visiting at Mrs. Ida Smith's and With the Ray Smith's. Mrs. Dunn is a sister of the late C. R. Smith. The Comie Roelfselmas, Paton, Iowa, came Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Roelfselma's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Bargar. They went home Sunday. The Rev. E. G. Laue'r, wife anc son George returned Friday from a week's vacation at Detroit anc Duluth. Mrs. Sauer's mother Mrs. Lideen, accompanied them home. Otto Aaldreks and son Frederick of Cincinnati, Ohio, spen several days last week with Otto's mother, Mrs. William Aaldreks. The Alvin Huenholds Algona, spent Friday evening with them. Dorothy, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Jerry Ukena, left Friday for Dubuque where she has enterec the university. Dorothy w a b stricken with appendicitis a few days before she was to leave with some other girls and underwen an operation at Kossuth hospital but has recovered sufficiently to make the trip. Mrs. Ida Ukena received wore last week that her son, Lieut M. A. Ukena, stationed in North Carolina, has been promoted to captain. His wife, a nurse at Fort Lewis, Washington, has a 15 day leave and left via plane for North Carolina Sunday afternoon for a visit with her husband at Camp Sutton. It takes only 23 hours to make the trip by plane. Fewer Teachers Many Iowa schools opened this week short-handed in available teachers. Many school boards still are busy scouring the state and nation for teachers to supply a need in various departments. Most younger men teachers have been called to war service and many women teachers have gone to better paying positions. DON'T STOP NOW- MAKE ANOTHER CALL-YOU'VE ONLY . /MADE FIVE WATCH OUT! is after ytw The "phonimp" likes lo get party line users into trouble — so you'll need to beware of his advice. Service on parly lines can be good only when everyone! is careful to keep conversations brief, doesn't make too many calls in succession, hangs up promptly when the line is in use and in every way is thoughtful of the other fellow. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY WESLEY STUDENTS OFF TO SCHOOL AND COLLEGE FOR YEAR Wesley.—Among students who have left for further educaton are Jane Hauptman, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Hauptman, to Hamilton's Business college at Mason City; Gayl Brabes to St. Joseph's, Des Moines,' for 2nd year high school; Marjorie Lickteig, daughter of Mr. and Mts. Louis Lickteig, second year high school at Good Counsel academy, Mankato, Minn.; Madeline, daughter of J. P. Studer, her third year at Mankato, and Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Richtsmeier, her first year at the Good Counsel academy; Stanley, of J. P. Studer, Joe, oldest son oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sluder, went to La Sallette Missionary college at Hartford, Conn; Fabian, son of Mr. and Mrs. L,ouis Winget left Tuesday morn- ng for Mt. Calvary college near Tond du Lac, Wis., where he will ;ake his first year of college; Vlarjorie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gouge, is tak- ng her sophomore year in the Britt High school; Carmel Lick- cig entered nurses training hrough the Mercy hospital in Mason City, this week. She will ake her first nine months course n a hospital in Sioux City. Carnel is a daughter of Mr. and VIrs. John Lickteig. Joyce Ann Hildman was a Sun- lay dinner guest at the home of icr friend, Mary Jane Studer. Pat Rasmussen returned home ast week from Melette, S. D., Adhere he had worked several veeks. Muriel Hospers, who is employed in Iowa City, spent the weekend here with her father, Mr. lospers. A good sized crowd witnessed nother soft ball game at the "arochial school grounds Sunday afternoon. Miss Madlyn O'Conner, who is caching at Palmer, spent the veek-end here at the Alfred Erdman home. Miss Rose Wagner of Milwaukee is spending a month -here vis- aing her brothers, Leo and Tony, nd other relatives. Ruth and Don Hauptman re- urned home Tuesday last week rom a few weeks visit with rela- ives at Melette, S. D. Al Wagner returned to Chero- ee Friday where he is employed n a drug store. He had spent a ew days here with his wife. Private Martin Monson of amp Young spent a 15 day fur- ough here with his mother, Mrs. Albert Monson, and other relatives. Bill Klein returned to his home in Fairhope, Alabama, last wee*. He had spent the past several months here looking after his land interests. Rita Laebig 'iwas a week-end guest of her cousin, Miss Arlene Daughn. Rita began teaching the rural school No. 2 in Boone township last week. The F. M. Christensen family went to Renwick one day last week where they attended the funeral of Mr. Christensen's uncle, Hans Madison, 86. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Otis last week at the Kossuth hospital at Algona. They have two other children, a girl and a boy. Irving Alne and Paul Riggs returned home Friday night from Blue Earth where they had worked in the canning factory. They will be seniors in the public school this year. k Cashier Guy M. Butts, John Hutchison, Miss Mildred Fox and Geraldine Bruns, all of the Ex- The World's War-Free Frontier! ... be ready to drive right over No fierce border forts or haughty garrisons separate the U. S. and Canada, where peace- loving good neighbors welcome you. But there's fight in the fish up there. "When the lights go on again, all over the world," you can steer for the Canadian Rockies or quaint Quebec, without even a passport. You'll need a car, of course, but re-designing and re-tooling for new cars will take long months. So for prompt recreation after hard-earned Victory you'll need your present car! But note: Rationed mileage that might eeem to conserve your car now, may actually be destructive, because it encourages the inroads of engine acid! You don't want that, and that's why to have your engine OIL-PLATED by changing to Conoco N«» motor oiL It's popular- priced but includes the modern synthetic whose strong "magnet-like" force attaches OIL-PLATING and maintains it — even for days — on inner engine surfaces, sort of "walling them off" from corrosive acid. Always produced by combustion, this acid was little worry when constant driving kept the heat on it. Yet now, despite aggravated conditions, acid can be still less worry! — because you can OIL-PLATE with today, for your engine's future. change State Bank, attended t bankers' meeting in Des Moine Sunday and Monday, Leander Studer, only son o Mrs. Irene StudeSf came horn Saturday night from the Ted Beb farm home where he worked a1 summer. He is a seventh grade in the Parochial school. The infant daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Lael Root was baptized Su§day at St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. L. N. Klein anc named Carol Virginia. Mr. anc Mrs. Frank Bleich were sponsors A post-nuptial shower will be held for Helen Franzen, now Mrs Lloyd Zwald, in the Methodis church Friday evening, Sept. 10 They were married in the loca' church here several weeks ago Rosalie Alne returned home Saturday night from Story City where she had visited at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Espe and with her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Siever- seike. Mrs. I. E. Silbaugh returned to her home at Ralston Friday following a Peek's visit at the home of her son, the Jim Silbaughs Mrs. Silbaugh and Carmen took ler to Fort Dodge to catch a ,rain. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hildman observed their 20th wedding anniversary Saturday. Mrs. Joe Miler had a birthday also, so a group of friends were entertained at a chicken supper at the Hildman home. L. L. Lease and J. P. Studer, 8th district commander and adjutant of the American Legion, went to Algona Wednesday night last week where they installed the newly-elected officers of that post. Mrs, Forrest Christensen went to Fayette Saturday where she will visit her sister, Mrs. M. C. Wangsness, a week. Mrs. Wayne Christensen and baby will care for the household duties during her mother-in-law's absence. Mrs. George Vitzthum and daughter Rita attended a postnuptial shower for Mrs. Calvin Packard in the I.O.O.F. hall in Britt Friday night. 1 The honorcs was the former Carol Halverson, a classmate of Rita's when the latter attended Britt High school. The E. M. Olson, Henry Haverly, August Garman and Philip Goetz families and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laue attended a picnic at the Ray Welp home in Bancroft Sunday. Ronnie Welp, who recently received his wings in the Army Air Corps, was home on furlough. Air Cadet Alvin Loebig left Sunday from Algona for_ Del Monte, Calif., where he will" take his pre-fllght training in the yal Air Corps. He left for train ing in March arid spent the firs three months at Mt. Vernon an the next three months at Ames He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E Loebig and had spent a two da leave here. Mr. and Mrs, Victor Loebig re ceived word from their son, Cor poral Merle Loebig, that he ha been transferred from Cam; Cook, Calif.j to Bend, Oregon where he is now on maneuvers He is in the 193rd Gas Supplj division. of the Quartermaste Corps. He recently received a medal for. exemplary efficiency for one year's service. Mrs. Leon Smith and four chil dren returned to Fort Dodge las week from New Jersey wher< they spent the summer months with their husband and father Captain Leon Smith. They re turned to their home and the children will attend school in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Smith* is the former Esther Kleinpeter, oldes daughter of Albert Kleinpeter. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Waldschmidt of Fort Dodge spent thn Labor day week-end at the John liickteig home. They are now liv- ng with her parents, the Leo Waldschmidts, near Fort Dodge Staff Sgt. Dennis Lickteig is now n England. Mrs. Eldon Waldschmidt of Britt was a Sunday ;uest at the John Lickteig home 31don Waldschmidt of Camp La- 3 ine, Oregon, was home on a fur- ough a few weeks ago. Larry Hildman, air cadet frbm Pella, came Saturday night for a -abor day leave at' his parental Ed Hildman home. Other Sunday tuests at the Hildman home were heir three daughters and fam- lies, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kain and hree children of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Pommerening and wo children and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons and two children of St. Paul. Mrs. Pommerening nd two sons, Dale and Jan, tayed for a two weeks visit with ler,parents, the Ed Hildmans. Corporal Matt Hildman is now at Camp San Luis Obispo, Calif. Sgt. Bernard Erdman came aturday morning to spend a 15 day furlough with his parents, "VIr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman, and his uncle, Alfred Erdman, and amily. He is in the Chemical Warfare department of Camp Breckenridge, Ky., and has been n 2nd Army maneuvers in Ten- icssee. Bernard drove to Mason !ity Monday morning and met is three sisters who will spend wo weeks here. They are Made- Ine, Mrs. Wayne (Marguerite) Clegg and Mrs. Jack (Donnell) Robinson, all of Michigan. Jack Robinson is in the U. S. Army somewhere in the war zone. Bits About Them at West Bend FENTON SOLDIER RECEIVES PURPLE HEART AWARD Fehton: Pvt Bernard Mienke, son of Mrs. Anna Miehke, received the Purple Heart award, having been wounded in, action against the enemy at frew Georgia Island, Solomon islands. This award is given for bravery in ac* tion beyond the call of duty. Pvt." Mlenke, who is in the Infantry, was inducted in May, 1942, and served his basic training at Camp Shelby, Miss. Bernard is the second Fen ton soldier to be awarded the Purple- Heart. Pat Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. John "Wal- w«8 awarded this order in December, 1942, after he was wounded in action in a battle nt New Guinea. . Mfd, Shelby Weiabrod watf taken to. the Emmetsburg hospital Thursday night to Undergo an ap- pendeetomy, The Weisbrod'8 small daughter is with an aunt In Burt. Florence Weisbrod and Edith Laage left Tuesday for Des Moines where they will again teach school. Florence teaches at Greenwood and Edith at Elmwood school, Mrs. Myron H. Hanneman of Van Horne, Iowa, came Wednesday morning for a visit at the parental Rev. R. W. Kabelitz home. Mrs. Hanneman is the former Hildegard Kabelitz. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Tyler and daughter of Waterloo stopped here briefly Wednesday oh thmr- way to Detroit Lakes, Minn.,, where Mr. Tyler will teach -this, year. Mr. Tyler was coach herein 1941 and '42 H.W.POST Bray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and haul- Ing. Continental Oil Company CONOCO MOTOR OIL Joe Dennniger of Manley visited relatives here last wee^c. Mrs. Nels Johnson spent the week end with her sister in Iowa City. N. H. Falb of Omaha was a Sunday visitor with his mother, Mrs. Fannie Falb. John Dorweiler is a patient in Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where he was taken Saturday. Mrs. Richard Cleal and Betty Jane visited at the Tom Blain home at Gilmore City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paar of Dubuque returned home Sunday after spending a week with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Andresen and children of Wallingford, la., visited Sunday at the Emery Bevard home. Mrs. Cliff Becke and two children of Plover spent Friday and Saturday at the home of Mrs. Chas. De Witt. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Doweiler of Fort Dodge visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Doweiler, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maxwell of Eagle Grove visited at the homes of Chas. B. Thatcher and Mrs. Chas. De Witt last Sunday. J Walter Williams left Thursday for Spokane, Wash., where he will begin his seventh year teaching in the schools of that city. Mrs. Frank Sweeney returned Tuesday morning from Halbur, Iowa, where she had been visiting her daughter, Sister M. Bivi- getta. Mrs. George Gordon Williams of Goshen, Va., came Saturday for a visit with her sister and husband, Dr. and Mrs. H. Frank Given. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Bruellman went to Omaha Tuesday to spend a few days with their daughter, Miss Ruth, and other relatives. Jeanne Buttemore of Dubuque and James and Marie Slaven of Kansas City visited their grandmother, Mrs. Anna Buttemore, Wednesday. Melvin Foss moved his family back to West Bend last week. They had been living in Lake Mills while Mr. Foss was employ- id in Alaska since January. Miss Ruth Williamson of Sioux City and Mrs. H. W. Miller of Algona visited friends in town Thursday and Friday. Both weve former teachers in the school acre. About fifty relatives enjoyed a dinrfer at the John Kemna home last Sunday in honor of their son, Pvt. Albert Kemna, who was home on his furlough from Camp Polk, La. Mrs. Dan Jordon and two sons arrived from Pearl City, 111., last week Wednesday and will make their home here while Rev. Jordon is serving as chaplain in the armed forces. Sgt. Richard K. Anderegg of Dalhart, Texas, and Miss Opal Jennings of Des Moines were visitors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earn Anderegg, last Thursday and Friday. Wiert Eckhoff and family left Monday evening for Philo, 111., where they will make their home. Stella Eckhoff accompanied them to Highland, Ind., where she .again will teach the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gronback and two children left last Thursday for Colorado Springs, Colo., where they will make their future home. He recently sold his crops and stock to Ervin Banwart. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mikes and daughter Irene, and granddaughter, Marilyn, left Saturday for northern Minnesota to remain during the hay fever period. Mr. Mikes and Marilyn are the patients. The Misses Natalie Tinsley and Margaret Robinson, who have been spending the Bummer working in a defense plant at Flagstaff, N.'M., are visiting at the home of the former's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland. Youngster Breaks Arm In Fall From Haymow Near Doan Doan: Darlene Crouch, 11 year old daughter of Mrs. Cliff Hau- enkstein,. who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Pete Hansen, fell through a hole in a haymow, at Ted Hoover's, where the children were playing Sunday afternoon, and broke her arm above the wrist. Mrs. Hauenstein and children, Darlene and Wayne, planned to return home to Nevada, Iowa, Monday. They had been visiting the Hansens the past two weeks. FENTON NEWS With the opening of school on Monday, a total of 64 registered in high school of which 12 are seniors, 14 juniors, 19 sophomores and 19 freshmen. 64 also registered in the grades. Florence Newel left Friday for Bemidji, Minn., where she will again teach school there. She visited here the past week at the home of her uncle, George Newel, and with other relatives... Lt. Marjorie Bailey of Panama arrived home Monday evenin because of the serious illness of her father, Frank Bailey, who passed away on Tuesday afternoon at the Emmetsburg hospital. Marjorie left Panama by plane to Kansas City and from there came the rest of the way by train. She has a month's leave. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod nad daughters left Sunday afternoon and drove to Orange City where Mrs. Weisbrod and daughters visited at the Art Rave home. Mrs. Rave is a sister of Mrs. Weisbrod. The other three went on to Sioux City on business. They all returned home Monday night. The St. John's Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternodn in the church basement. Mrs. John Ruhnke and Mrs. H. E. Reimers were hostesses. Guests included Mrs. Myron Hanneman of Van Home; Mrs. H. H. Dreyer, Alvina and Ruth; Mesdames Adolph Pertl, Lester Thesefield, R. M. 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