The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1943 · Page 7
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x The Algotift Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, September 9, 1943 MRS. BUFF1NGTON HEADS DOAN WSCS FOR COMING YEAR The Doan Women's Society of Christian Service held its monthly meeting at the Tom Young home last Thursday, Mrs. Gordon Hansen acting as assistant hostess. Election of officers was held and Mrs-. ^Bradford Buffington was elected president; Mrs. Tom Young, vice president; Mrs. Ted Hoover, secretary and treasurer, and Mrs. Ross Buffington as her assistant. It was voted ' to hold their chicken supper Sept. 28, at the Doan church. Dwight, youngest son of the George Seabergs, is ill- with chicken pox. The Dick Kain family, Plum Creek, were Sunday guests at the Adolf Girres home. Mike Goetz is recovering from a tonsil operation performed at the General Hospital last Wednesday. Mrs. Catherine Hansen and son Conrad, Minneapolis, spent several days last week.at the Fred Girres home. Mrs. Percy Brink and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Allyn Brinks, and daughter, Kay Lynn, were visitors at the Bryan Asa home Saturday. "Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kiley are the patents of a girl born Friday in the General Hospital, Algona. The Kileys have four other children, all boys. The Dean Andrews family, Burt; Mrs. Howard Andrews, Titonka; and the Henry Mertz family were dinner guests Sunday at the Dale Stouthers home. Mrs. Wm. Martinek, Noble Grand, and Mrs. Guy Carlson attended the 96th Anniversary Booster meeting of the Rebekah Lodge held Friday evening in Wesley. v Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rowe, employed at the Geo. Seaberg farm, returned Saturday from u nine days visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Dolly Rose, at Wadena, Minn. Mrs. Ruth Sparks visited last week Monday until Thursday •with her brother, Wm. Altwegg, and family, formerly Plum Creek residents, who are now living near Racine, Minn. Albert Martinek, who has been ill for several months^ spent from Monday until Thursday last week at the ' Rochester, -Minn., clinic and Worrall hospital where he returned for a check-up and treatments. L. A. Boleneus visited last week with his sister, Mrs. Phillip Nelson, at Liberty "Center, Iowa. His niece, Ruby Nelson, was also there but left Friday to resume . her teaching, in the schools at Spokane, Washington. , Mrs.-~ Ray Cunningham and small son, George Ray, of Waterloo, whb have been visiting the " Bryan ; Asa 7 home for two weeks; returned Monday with .her parents and sisters, Mr. and Mrs; Ray Hutchison, and daughters, Betty, Mary and Cathernie, who came Saturday for Labor day vacation. A number of Doan residents have been on the sick list this past week. Merlin Anderson, who arrived home from the Kossurn Hospital last Wednesday, following an appendicitis operation, later, suffering pneumonia and .was returned to the hospital on Friday, where he is thought improving. Vaughn Hoover is helping at the Anderson home during Mrs. Anderson's illness.' Doan friends have received news of the recent marriage of Mrs. Mary White, Doan, to Fred Chase, Hartley, Iowa. Mr. Chase was once depot agent in Sexton, Iowa, but for the past thirty years has lived at Hartley, where he was employed in a similar capacity. The couple are enroute to California on a wedding -trip, Mrs. White is a sister of Mrs. Wm. Cosgrove, also of Doan. Miss Melva Bakke, Washington, D. C., with her sister, Mrs. O. F. Cox, Mallard, Iowa, recently visited their cousin, Mrs. Ted Hoover. Miss Bakke is associated with the nutrition department of the American Red Cross, at Washington, and is the author of the "acknowledgement" in the text used for Red Cross nutrition classes throughout Iowa. The sisters are Algona High school graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond and daughter Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. Myrlen Dimond and small daughter, Mary Lou, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks and two sons, Darryl antf Jimmie, were Sunday dinner guests at the Otto Larsen farm home, Brltt, where a family gathering was held in honor of Jake Swanson's 82nd birthday. Mr. Swanson is Mrs. Dimond's father, and Mrs. Sparks and Myrlen Dimond's grandfather. Carolyn Dimond, who is employed at "the First State Bank, Brltt, spent Sunday and Labor day with her parents. Darryl la n d Jimmie Sparks spent Saturday with the Dimonds. Francis Platt, Navy, Visits at Irvington Irvington—Francis Platt, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Platt, who lives near Irvington, returned to Port Colombus, Ohio, last Friday, after a furlough here with his mother and friends. Francis, who is a graduate of St. Cecelas Academy enlisted in the navy, taking his boot training at Great Lakes. He is an aviation machinists mate third class. Following school at Nayv Pier he was stationed at the Port Colombus flying field, tie expects to continue there and likes his work. A younger brother, Mathew Platt is in the army and stationed in Oregon. He recently recovered from a siege of food poisoning and is now able to be out on maneuvers. Mrs. Platt and two other sons are located on one of Barney Frankl's farms. ST, JOE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thul and Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Parks and daughters of Clarion and Mr. and Mrs. John Thul of here were Sunday dinner guests at the Geo. Thul home. Mrs. Henry Zeimet of Bancroft underwent an operation at Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, last Monday. Mrs. Zeimet is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Illg of St. Joe. Jimmie Gales, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gales, was a patient in the Fort Dodge hospital last week suffering from bronchial pneumonia. He was brought home Monday of this week. Mrs. Chas. Plathe returned home Friday from Chicago where she had gone to visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Sgt. and Mrs. Arthur Plathe of Camp Attenburg, Ind. Sgt. Plathe had a short furlough and they also visited with relatives in Chicago. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kramer, born August 30, was baptized Patricia Louise Sunday by Father Theobold. Sponsors were Mrs. Anton Becker and Sebastian Kramer. This is the first child for the Kramers arid the first'grandchild for, Mr. and Mrs.'Anton Becker. A number from here attended a pre-nuptial shower in honor of Cecelia Wiltgen, St. Michael's Academy, Whittemore, Sunday, Sept. 5. Cecelia, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wiltgen, of here, will be married today, Thursday, in St. Michael's at Whittemore to Ralph Koppen. \ Margaret Flom went to Fort Dodgej last week and will teach in the commercial department in one of the public schools. She taught in Ida Grove last year. 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BS Bradley Bros., Implements Es Ben Franklin Store ss Borchardt's Drug & Jewelry EE • Call & Iowa Theatres' jEE Chrischilles EE Christensen's SS Chrome Service & Cafe SB Coast to Coast Store — Cummings Store EE Ed. Capesius EE Consumers Wholesale EE Council Oak Grocery aa Dau Garage ss Dermand's Cafe SS Druggist -Mutual Ins. Co. SB Dutch's Super Service SS Elk Cleaners & Furriers EE Foster Furniture Store EE Funk & Deim SB Gamble Store SB Graham Department Stores SB Greenberg Auto Supply SS Godden Monument Works EE JoelM. Herbst S= Hawcott &.Ogg as E. J. Hough SE Hub Clothiers SE H. D. Hulchins, Farm Sales SE Hood's Grocery & Market SB Hobarton Elevator Co. BB Dr. Karl R. Hoffman S3 Iowa State Bank* EE K. D. James Drugs ES Duane Jensen, 7-Up BS Kent Motor Co. SS Kohlhaas Hardware SE Kossuih County Advance • ss Kossuih County Mutual Fire In- SE .-surance SE Kossuth Motor Co. EE Kresensky's EE Kossuih Oil Co. S3 Laing & Muckey SE Lusby & Giossi ss Linnan ft Lynch ss Mainliner SE McCullough Chapel EE E. C. McMahon as Midwest Service Co. as Miller Lumber Co. - S3 , Merrill Funeral Home ss Madson & Hansen ss Dr, S. W. Meyer ss Modern Dry Cleaners and Tailors SS H, W, Miller ES National Tea Co. = F. S, Norton & Son Norton Machine Works Jame* Neville Shoe Store Dr, H, M. Olson O, K. Rubber Welders Parks Super Service Pratt Electric Store Pioneer HiBred Seed Cora Richardson's Furniture J, L. Richardson Hardware Rising Elevator Dr, F. E, Sawyer C. H, Swanson Shipley-. Cafe Sargen^ & Co.' Security State Bank* ShU!* BrpwnbSJi Shoe Storo S&L Store Smoke Shop and Newsstand Sorenien Grocery and Meats Swift & Co, G. P, Shumway Thompson Pismfauting Co. Utters Stockyard* ViMSf Ott -<?% I, 3, WU»pn B Whites The More Bonds and Sweat—The Less Blood and Tears * A Message to Everyone of You from Algona's Army of Retail Employees and Firms It's Easy to Buy Bonds Loaning money to win the war is easy. Any store or bank or other "issuing agent" can take your money and immediately deliver your bond made out to you. You pay $18.75 for a bond you can cash in for $25 in ten years. A $50 bond is $37.50, a $100 bond is $75. The bigger the bond the less it costs the government and you in bookkeeping. If you need your money in less than 10 years, you can get it any time—with earned interest. Buy a big bond today to start this $15,000,000,000 loan off with a bang! And for your future! The War Is Not Won Our armed forces have a continuous fighting job, And so it is with buying bonds. Buying bonds is a continuing responsibility for everyone who can scrape the price of a bond together at any time. You should buy bonds every month, or every week, if you can. Money you lend for bonds goes into the war at once, keeps out of consumer markets, and therefore helps fight inflation. Bond money is double duty money—fighting trie war on foreign fronts and inflation on the home front Keep buying bonds, *Jn this $15,000,000,000 Third War Loan Drive, which starts today, America's army of 5,000,000 retail-employees is drafted to seek put America's loafini? dollars and get them into fighting bonds, Ow job is selHitg bonds, to help you do yours, which is buying them. We're buying them, too,' Let's be proud of ourselves through bonds and sweat. Meet us halfway and start buying today , , , will, you please? How didyou fare at your job today? Pushed by work and trouble-pressed by prices? Too few ration points and little gas? Your lot is bonds and sweat. __^ There's a kid Marine over there ... =J Panting his heart out in' the thick wet |= jungle heat, == Watching life run from him in a lazy =3 ooze— BE HIS lot is blood and tears. ff| ''Blast such dumb help anyway—they burn you H up." . If "Why.. strawberries and a cabbage cost a buck == today!" g "The laundry took two weeks—things are get- ==, ting awful." • . s "Jack and I saved only a hundred dollars this EE month!" H How much bonds and sweat is this? , = There's a Sailor up where the sea is bitter— Waiting for a stretcher, groaning in his sleeve, . . . ^Sometimes such numb legs walk again. Good God, they've GOT to! Blood and tears. Bonds and sweat's our lot—yours and mine at home. Dollars loafing 1 around are blood money— Don't own slacker dollars—make them fight! Every bond you buy means less blood and fears, Look f ,, it's a funny thing,,, one rain*' ute he was here, , ; Laughin' and scratchm' out ft foxhole , Then a kick of du«t in the sand beside i " ' •' - -fc.i Dead 11 never **w & man die.,. PI! *« he'«DEAD. Blood and tears.! ' . , ,'J':''•:. «,,:.!....-•< .»£*.', .. f. .ka.lftir. A?jfe'i»ijfc! Back the ATTACK With BO UIIJIIIIIIIIHIIIW^ ife ^ -• , Jf v J.4

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