The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1943 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1943
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The Aigdna tipper Des Molnes, Algorta, Iowa, September ST. PAUL'S AID OF WHITTEMORE HAS $600 IN WAR BONDS Whittemore—Members of ;3t. Paul's Ladies Aid Society held their regular meeting Thursday afternoon in the Lutheran school Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry and son Eddie, and William Thul, a nephew of the Schumachers, were Sunday visitors with relatives in Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Ell Kitchenmaster and family of Hill, Minn., arrived here Friday to visit with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, and at the homes of the Walter and Erwin Strueckerts. They returned to their home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Siems of auditorium. The Aid bought another $10 bond at this meeting. They now have $600 invested in bonds. Mrs. Edward Greinert and Kueck of Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber, and Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber were taken I daughters Marian and Barbara, up as new members. There are spent Sunday afternoon and eye- now 60 members in the society, ning with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mrs. August Bernau, Mrs. Louis Voigt. The Voigt's daughters, Ros- Braatz, Mrs. Fred Biersted and ella and Mrs. Milton Espe, of Al- Mrs. Annie Dau were on the serv- gona, spent the week end with ing committee. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer at the William Meyer, Sr., and the former's sister, Mrs. Etl- Sunday evening to celebra their parents. A group of relatives gathered home the win Greinert, were Fort Dodge 23rd birthday °of Ernest Meyer, callers Monday. I second youngest son of theMeyers. brother, Mr. Heidenwith. and Mrs. Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck of Everybody brought well filled Lone Rock were Sunday dinner' baskets for the evening's dinner, guests at the home of the latter's i Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Jr., and son, William, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke, Mr. and Mrs. Leon! ard Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and family. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher FEED AND EGG PRODUCTION It takes about Mi ounce of nighest quality protein, 22 different minerals and several vitamins to produce a 2-ounce egg. A hen laying 200 eggs a year puts 15 times as much mineral into the egg as her body contains. She cannot produce eggs unless these things. are provided in her feed. Big Gain 32% Poultry Concentrate, and Big Gain Egg Mash provide these egg builders in abundance, and keep the hens healthy and vigorous. Ask the poultry feeders who use Big Gain 32% Poultry Concentrate and Big Gain Ego, Mash. Whittemore Produce, Whittemore K & II Oil Company, Hurt .T. F. Lorenz, Wesley Ulfers' Stockyards, Algrona IRVINGTON WAC TRANSFERRED TO NORTH CAROLINA Irvington—Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz have received word from their youngest daughter Helen that she has been transferred from the W.A.C. station at Des Moines to an air base at Maxton, North Carolina. Helen spent a period of four weeks at the Des Moines center in W.A.C. training. In her letter she had stated there was a personnel of 5000 located at the Carolina base. MUEIIES ARE VISITED BY WESLEY RELATIVES A group of friends and relatives from Wesley went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Muehe on Sunday, Sept. 5, to help Mrs. Muehe celebrate her birthday which occurred on that date and also the birthday of Mrs. Joe Miller. The occasion was made more festive as it was also the twentieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hildman who were present. Other guests besides the above mentioned were Mr. and Mrs. Urban Newroth and Mr. Edw. Newroth. The Muehes recently sold their farm and will give possession on March 1. Robert Spear, Lakota Boy, Receives Head Injury While at Play Lakota—Robert, 11 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Spear, was seriously injured Saturday evening on the horseshoe court un Main street when he was struck on the side of the head by a horseshoe in a game with some other youngsters. Mrs. George Heetland took him to the Kossuth hospital in Algona as his parents were not at home. Monday morning it was reported lie was recovering and if no complications occur he will be alright without an operation as was at first feared. Mrs. Spear came home Sunday night, having been with him since Saturday night. . Catches Eel Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips have been notified that their son Clifton has left for overseas, destination unknown. Paul Watson arrived here last week from North Carolina for a furlough of sixteen days with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hopkins were Friday night guests of ML- and Fred Pooch at Livermore. Chris Long is recuperating nicely at a Rochester, Minn., hospital where he submitted recently to an operation. Mrs. Long is remaining at Rochester to be near her husband. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs John Schulz were Mr. and Mrs Chris Schulz of Pontiac, 111., Wm Schulz of Montana, Mrs. Chris Schultz being a sister of Mrs. John Schulz. The Irvington 4-H girls club George Schuffhams were Mr. and Mrs. Lyons find family 6f St. Paul, Minn. Mr. Lyons is Mrs. Scuffham's brother. The Lyons also visited at the Edw. Hildmans at Wesley, parents of Mrs. Lyons. Mr. Lyons at present Is doing defense work at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith vis ited last week at the Henry Scheppmanns. Mrs. Smith has recently been employed at the state house at Des Moines. David who has been In the navy Is enjoying a short furlough. He has been in the south Pacific with a convoy and will return' to the west coast. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox entertained at dinner Sunday" honoring the twentieth birthday of their grandson, Paul Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller of Burt. Other guests were Mr. and Mra. Raymond Lovstad, also pf Burt. The highlight of the occasion was the appearance of John Miller who had just arrived home from Camp Pickett in Virginia unbeknown to any of his relatives. John was granted a ten day furlough hence arriving in time for the family dinner. Portland Twp. A 33-inch-long eel was caught m , th ( j Achieva . by Bremer County Clerk of Court ment day next Friday evenj at the home of Donna Chamberlain with Shirley and Margaret Han- H. C. Richmann recently, weighed nearly three pounds. It II gives you BOTH proteins and minerals in one bag. Costs no more than average minerals alone. Feeds twice as far as tankage. Easy to feed—just put it before your hogs, they do the rest. Get a trfal bag on our money-back guarantee. White's Market Phone G31 E. State sen as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst have received word from their son Charles that he has been transferred and is now located at a camp near San Diego, Calif. Charles is recuperating from a recent operation. Mrs. David King visited week in Wisconsin with last her daughter Dorothy who has been employed there for the summer. 1 Both returned home the first of the week. Later Dorothy will return to Ames for her senior year of schooling. Mrs. Earl Miller, of Burt, was hostess to the Cresco Embroidery last Wednesday. Mrs. Miller played several musical selections in a musical guessing contest. Guests were Mrs. George Gray, Mrs. Martin Becker and Mrs. Mabel Lovstad. Mrs. Paul Willie will be the next hostess. Last week end guests of the The 4-Corner club met Tuesday, Sept. 7, with Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. George Larsen has been a patient at Rochester several weeks. He was expected home Sunday but was not released. Mrs. Larsen has been there with him. The Cusco Embroidery club met Wednesday, Sept. 7, with Mrs. Earl Miller. Mrs. Miller has been a member for 25 years. Her mother, Mrs. Cox, is a charter member. Mrs. Ray McWhorter and Mrs. August Slagle, Algona, accompanied their daughters, Virginia and Audrey, to St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Monday, where the E. Becker at Los Angeles, Galif. George graduated Tuesday, Aug. 31, from a course at the Douglas Aircraft plant, Long Beach. He was one of the 20 high in a class of 100. George Is now at Kerns, Utah. girls entered nurses They went by taxi. training. Sgt. and Mrs. Thees Schnackenberg, Las Vegas, Nevada, spent the last week end with Cpl. Geo. The Claus Daniels attended the funeral of his mother-in-law at Woden Saturday. Mrs. Ruth Rekedal, music teacher, spent the week end at her home in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pingle, Ledyard, were visitors at the Jerry Heetlands Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland entertained the teachers at their home Thursday evening at a supper. Mrs. Art Sorenson went to Algoma last week for a visit with her sister and family, the Harvey Reids. Bobby Spear was brought home Sunday from the Kossuth hospital but will have to remain in bed for at least 'two weeks. Mrs. William Aaldriks went fo Algoma Sunday for several weeks visit with her daughter and family, the Alvin Huenholds. A son was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Becker at the Buffalo Center hospital. He has been named Albert August. Mrs. Emory Smith and two sons drove to the Caleb Hartshorn home at Seneca Sunday for a visit. The women are sisters. The G-eorge Heetlands were Sunday guests at the Conrad Gn- gels, Ledyard, for a belated birthday dinner for Mrs. Heetland. J. H. Holcomb is building double corn crib with a granary overhead with room for ground feed, etc., on his farm northwest of town. A. E. Anderson Is chairman fov the Third War Loan drive in Lakota and Saturday reported $15,000 in bonds taken out and more to come in. A son was born Sunday morning to Mr. and Mrs. "Bill" Tre- LuVerne Vicinity News Items T/ie loneliest kid that ever lived... Even as he fought to free himself from his parachute the kid instinctively readied his tommy gun. (Just a few seconds before, this boy was one of a handful of American paratroopers who had waited inside a darkened plane for the tiny red light which •was his jumping signal. Then a smile had flickered across the faces of his companions—he had felt the reassuring touch of a friendly hand. Now he's the loneliest kid that ever lived! He knows that it will be hours before Allied landing barges reach this enemy shore. He knows that all around him are enemies, waiting . . . Instinctively the kid checks Ids tonimy gun, pistol, gre- nades, rations, cigarettes, medical equipment and knife-bayonet. Now he is on his own—alittlescaredper- haps and terribly lonely as his thoughts turn for comfort to the folks back home. Yes, this is it! The attack must go on! Stealthily he starts out... remembering the hopeful words in your letters . . . feeling the re- assuring touch of the weapons your dollars made for him. He is just one of the millions of American boys who are pressing forward for you. He is doing his duty, whatever the cost. Keep doing your best for hint. BACK THE ATTACK Buy More War Bonjis NpjvJ NORTON Phone Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pergande, Cylinder, visited his mother Sunday. Mrs. Helene Trauger has been visiting in Livermore the past week. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Corbin arrived home last Friday from a visit with the I. W. Hofs at Milwaukee, Wis. Miss Frances Kabele, GoldfieJd, and Martha Kabele, Dows, visited their sister, Mrs. Irvin Chapman, Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kubly, St. James, Minn., spent Wednesday with LuVerne relatives. They formerly lived here. Mrs. H. B. Zentner, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. George Schneider, Clarion, attended the Fred Schneider funeral Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jones and daughter Evelyn are spending this week with Mr. Jones' brother and family at Bloomington, 111. Miss Lillian Roggow spent the week at her home at Dunnell, Minn. Miss Estella Hemmington was at her home at Cambridge, Iowa. Friends of the Chris Nygaards formerly LuVerne, but who now live near Dakota City, will be interested to know that Berdine has arrived in Australia safely. Miss Gunda Egertson who has been visiting at the J. A. Nelson home, is leaving this week for Ames where she is a housekeeper in a sorority house at Iowa State College. Dwight Baker,. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker, left Saturday for military service. Mrs. Baker will make her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wehrheim at Webster City, for the duration. The Evangelical Womens Missionary Society was entertained by the Society of the Renwick church this (Thursday) afternoon at the D. J. Christensen home there. The Renwick group will give the program. Mrs. Harry Lichty left Sunday for a two weeks' visit with her brothers, Edward, Ray and Ralph. at North Platte, Neb. Another brother, Arthur, who lives in Salt Lake City, also plans to be in North Platte. Mrs. J. A. Nelson took her daughter Eleanor to Northfield, Minn., Tuesday where the latter enrolled at St. Olaf's College. Eleanor is the fifth member of the Nelson family to begin college work at St. Olaf's. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trauger and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger went to Nevada Sunday to meet Mrs. Robert Bierma who had come there the last of the week from San Antonio where her husband has been in camp. The Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Wehr- spann and son Mark came Tuesday from Kingsley for a visit with Mrs. Lillie Hesse. Mrs. Wehrspann is the former Carmen Hesse and the Rev. Wehrspann is a former teacher in the Christian Day School of the Lutheran church here. Miss Florence Godfrey, who is employed by the Thompson Courier, came home Saturday night and on Sunday accompanied her sister, Mrs. Chris Anderson to Indianola, Neb., for a week's vacation. Mr. Anderson is a contractor who is working on a war project at Indianola at present. Relatives and friends of Lester Hinz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hinz had a farewell party for him Friday evening at the Community Hall. There was a large group present and they spent the evening with games and visiting. \ The honored guest who is leaving this week for military service was presented with a gift. Mrs. George Tiede went to Des Moines Friday night and Mr. Tiede brought her back Saturday night, also bringing Shirley Dirn- ler and Mrs.. Harold Larrimer and children, who spent the next day with local relatives. Alice Merrick who is employed at Des Moines and Mrs. John Thompson came from Des Moines for the week end. Marilyn Hefti was hostess to the LuVerne Boosters 4-H Club a week ago Tuesday night and the lesson was presented by Phyllis Hedrick and Doris Jean Goetsch. Their topics were "Good GroonjV- ing" and "Care of the Skin." Doris Schipull of the LuVerne Live Wires Club gave a report of the convention held at Clear lake in August. None of the Boosters were able to attend the convention. The Zion Evangelical Lutheran church will hold its mission festival next Sunday with services both morning and afternoon. The Rev. Elmer Wehrspann, Kingsley, will be the morning speaker and the Rev. Mr. Mack, West Bend, will speak in the afternoon. As has been the custom for many years, a potluck dinner will be served at noon under the supervision of a committee chosen from the aid society. Circle I of the Methodist W. S. C. S. had a very successful bake sale and lunch which they served at the Community Hall Saturday evening. On this Saturday evening the Presbyterian Ladies Association will serve their annual Harvest supper with chicken and all kinds of place. vegetables at the The Presbyterian group will hold their next meeting Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. F. G. Hagist hostess. SfVENTY-fOU* YIA OF LeAPE«SHI?, FOUNDED IN 18«9 nary at the Buffalo Center hos pital. The f renarys live ih Ger man township. Threshing i in this vicinity was finished last week after almost two months of effort. Some grain was almost a total loss. Flax was an average crop. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bargar drove to West Bend Saturday to spend the day with Mrs. Bargar's moth-' er, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Findlay of Fort Dodge. They enjoyed a picnic dinner in the park. Allen Smith celebrated his 6th blflthday Saturday with a real party and 12 little friends were guests. Allen received some very nice gifts and lunch was served by his mother, Mrs. Emory Smith. Mrs. A. R. Peterson, nee Lois Gingrich, came home the first part of September from Marietta, Pa., where she has been with her husband since her marriage in July. She opened school Sept. 6 in German No. 4 where she will teach this year. Mesdames Russell Winter, Albert McCarthy' and Jerry Heetland attended a Home Project luncheon at the Burt hotel last week Wednesday with Marian Edwards of the Extension department present to help write the project for the next year. Loyal Gingrich and daughter, Mrs. A. R. Peterson, drove to Blue Earth Sunday evening to meet Mrs. Gingrich who came home from Owatonna, Minn., where she had spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. Laura Beason, Blue* Earth, who is in the hospital there. Mrs. Beason is recovering. The Rev. Whitehouse and family of Lone Rock spent Sunday in Lakota fed the Rev. 'Whitehouse had charge of the morning service In th« Presbyterian church. The Rev. E. G. 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