The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1943 · Page 7
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• The AlgohatJiipei" DfesMoirtes, Algbtta, Iowa. September 16, 1943 Wesley Auxiliary Holds Meet Monday Wesley: The American Legion Auxiliary membership party was held Monday night, Sept. 6. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba, unit president, reported that 275 old phonograph records had been collected and sent to headquarters to be made into new records for service men. More are wanted. Plans were discussed for the observance oi Armistice day. Following the business meeting a program was presented, arranged by Mrs. Josephine Meurer, membership chairman. Group singing with Ruth Mary Bauer as accompanist opened the program. Mrs. Marie Bleich gave a reading. Cheryl Meurer played "Danny Boy" as a piano solo. Rosalie sang "Wait For Me, Mary" accompanied by Ruth. Mary Bauer. Mrs. Myrtle Lease, unit secretary, read a very interesting paper, "Reminiscing on the eighteen years of the Wesley American Legion Auxiliary. Ruth Mary played a piano solo. Mrs. Meurer reported 28 members ..have paid their 1944 dues. Our quota is 33. Mrs. Mike Goetz and Mrs. Albert Neuroth are Gold Star mothers of World War II. Mrs. George Aldrich received the free membership. Games were played and a pot'luck lunch served. The next meeting will ' be Monday night,'tQct. 4; Mrsi Clarence Bauer will be -hostess. " ' , '' , ! , , . .',' V Burt Woman andChild In Auto Spill Near Seneca Tuesday SenecaY Mrs. Glenn Crosley and child of the Burt vicinity narrowly escaped serious 1 injury last week Tuesday evehlrig, when the car she was driving . skidded in the loose gravel just south of the river bridge, north of the Art Paulson home. The car went off the high embankment and overturned in the ditch. Mrs. Crosley and child were uninjtn-ed and walked up to the Paulson home where they secured help. was a heavy rain at the which was Undoubtedly the cause of the accident. Then time, partly Ottosen News Mrs. Robert Naive and son returned to their home. in El Reno, Oklahoma, Tuesday. Vivian Watnem began her teaching duties at the Maple .News,. Evelyn Angle, spent the week end with her parents near Swea City. The Young People's society met Friday evening with Rev. Bohi in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. David Farrow visited Sunday afternoon at the L. C. Richardson home. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson and son of Winnebago visited relatives here over 'the week end. Mrs. Nellie Waterbury and ,Mrs. Cecil Hamsmith of Fairmont visited Sunday at the Earl Patterson's. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thilges took Mrs. Frank Boever and Arlene to Rochester Saturday to visit Frank Boever. John Kelly underwent 'an appendectomy at . the Blue Earth hospital Thursday evening. His mother, Mrs. Otto Kelly, is staying with him a few days. • JVIr. and Mrs. Walter Rich and family of Algona were ' Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Rhoda Dunn home. Mary Dunri, who has been visiting them, returned home. Mr. and Lawn school Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford were •Sunday Visitors at the Herman Meyers home at LuVerne. Gertie Lou tioyle began her teaching duties at the Unique Rural, school Monday morning. •Mr; 'and- Mrs. Victor Herman*- sen, of: Plover, were Sunday visitors at the : L. J. Bremsen home. • Mrs. Ed Edwards of Algona spent Thursday afternon with her mother, Mrs. Melia Watnem, here. Mrs. Russel Reese and .- Gerald accompanied Russell Reese to Chicago last week, returnihg Friday. . . . . .. Mr. and Mrs. Rey Klein and son were over night guests at the Chester Klein home at Humboldt Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Verbrugge, of Humboldt,. were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Cliff Lander home. Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and Mrs. Eugene Hofius spent Saturday and Sunday -at the Mrs. Cora Bacon home at- Algona. Mrs. Merle Faulk returned home Saturday from Mission Hill, S. D., where she visited at the John Faulk home. BANCROFT NEWS Mrs. Ely Anderson drove to Algona Saturday to see their son Merlin, who is ill -with pneumonia in the hospital. He recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. Edward Godfredson, Maurice Drew, "Tony" Kollasch and Melvin Hutchinson motorcycled to Albert Lea Sunday., On their way home they, stbpped iri Blue Earth to see John Kelley. Swea-Eagle News Corporal Gerald Robb, member of a coast artillery crew in New York is here on furlough visiting Edd Andersons. The following left last week for their teaching positions: Lucille Berg to Webster City, Beryl Hyler to Titonka and Ruth .Anderson to Humboldt. Corporal Orville E. Thorson recently finished a course as aircraft technician in Detroit, Mich., and expects to be transferred to an army air force unit. Mr. and Mrs. R. Newton have received 'word from their daughter, Lt. Eunice Newton, of the army air corps that she has arrived safely in North Africa. Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg, Mrs. Emil Larson and Mrs. Fred Peterson took lunch and surprised their uncle, Lars E. Erickson, on his 82nd birthday last Thursday. Private Albert Anderson of Jef- .ferson Bprracks, Mo., is home with his parents now, Mr. and Mrs. Art E. Anderson, having had an honorable discharge from the army;Anna and Lillie Linde of Denver, Colo., visited the past week With their brother, Conrad Linde. The girls left Wednesday to visit friends in Mason City and with ' their niece, Mrs. Mel Anderson at Waterloo. • The Farmers' Saddle Club met last Sunday at the Herald Evans farm. Some 50 horses took part Jn flag drills, races and stunts, events are becoming very ilorful as the riders now wear shirts and wide brimmed Daisy Funderburk has' ;en visiting the past month with sister, Mrs, Ervin Link and relatives. She left Saturday for Grand Rapids, Mich., where I'She has accepted a position as director of religious education in Park Congregational church. The Swea 4-H Sunnyside Girls I' met a week ago Tuesday at the home of Daisy Higbie, It also was a farewell for the hostess as she and her parents are moving to Albert Lea- Miss Alma Schultx, demonstration agent, was present and plans were made for the 4-H Fair at Algona Sept. 24 and 25. Games were played and lunch Was served by the hostess. Loren Byers spent a week here visiting his mother, Mrs, Sadie Anderson- He has been in San Diego, California, the past four months for his health. He visited the John Jongbergs until Monday when they took him to Fairmont to catch a bus for Minneapolis Where he will visit his daughter, Mrs, Walter Wickstrora. From there he will join his wife, at Troy, Ohio, where they npw live- His eon is with the marine corps in the South Pacific area. Joe Dixon and wife moved into their new home, 'Monday. Msgr. Davern of Fort Dodge spent Monday visiting in Bancroft. Harold Hatten left Sunday for Des Moines where he will be sworn into the U. S.' Navy. A/S Vincent Nurre, Ames, spent the week end at the parental, Mrs. Anna Nurre home. Estelle Elsbecker of.. • Waterloo spent' the' week end' at the paternal Albert Elsbecker home. Mrs. Arnold Kneckt. underwenl an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital in Algona, Monday morning. Betty Herbers left .Tuesday fop Fort Dodge where she will enter Mercy hospital for nurses train- Ing. Miss Everista Hatten underwent an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital in Algona Sunday. ' S/Sgt. Wayne Marshall, U. S. Army is here visiting his wife and daughter at the A. H. Deitering home. Corp. Arnold Knecht arrived here from Boston, Mass., for a visit with his wife and with other relatives. Pvt. Kenneth Mulligan of Camp Dodge. spent the week end visiting at the parental Frank Mulligan home. Robert Shillington had the misfortune to fracture his left arm in a fall from his bicycle last Saturday. James Shillington of Ypsilanti, Michigan, came Thursday for a visit at the parental E. J. Shillington home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe and daughters have moved into the house recently vacated by the E. P. Fredericksons. Joseph Schneider and Robert Fuchs of St. Thomas college in St. Paul spent the week end here with their parents. MM 2/C Phil Nurre and wife of Ketchikan, Alaska, came Sunday for a ten day visit with Mrs. Anna Nurre and family. Miss Ray McGulre of Marshall, Minn., spent a few days the past week here with her mother apd at the Frank McGuire home. Pvt. Donald Murray came Monday to spend his furlough at the parental W. A. Murray home. Donald is, stationed at Chester, Pa. Dorothy Nurre leaves this week to accompany Mrs. Richard Nurre and son of Ames, to visit her husband A/c Richard. Nurre, Oxnard, California. . Mr. and Mrs. Evans Carmean and children left Monday morning for San Diego, California, where Evans will be employed in ,a defense plant. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Recker, Jr., are the parents of a daughter Condace Louise, born Tuesday evening of last week at the Chas. Stauder home. Lieut. R. W. Welp, who was graduated at Preonix, Arizona, arrived home Thursday evening for a ten day visit at the parental R. J, Welp home. Mr. end Mrs. Marvin * * Vaske last week. They now have, son and two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Murray received word of the birth of a son to their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Qmer Kelly of Memphis, Tenn. This is the first grandchild for Mr- and Mrs. Murray. Omer is a physical instructor at Memphis. J. C. Menke, If. Q. Menke, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence -Menke, Mr: and. Mrs 'Alfred Menke, Mr. . and Mrs. M. P. Dwdding, -Mrs. Geo, Babe, Mrs. J. H. Menke ajjd Ricft- ara Menke arrived home Sunday evening . from Kewaunee, JU-, i | This ADVERTISEMENT i j Sponsored by the Following j ALGONIANS and I ALGONA FIRMS Algona Hardware Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n.* . Algona" Bottling Works Algona Flour & Feed Co. ' Anderson Bros. Grocery Algona Hotel •"" '•' '•' • ' •• Algona National Farm Loan Association* _ Algona Produce, John Dreesman ' Algona Upper Des Moines Allen Motors Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Algona Coffee Shop Algona 'Bakery, L. F. Rice Algona Co-Operalive Creamery Co. Barker Drug Store Barry's Recreation Parlor Bjustrom 'Furniture Co. H. S. Blossom Ins. Agency ' L. S. Bohannon Ins. Agency Botsford Lumber 'Co. Bradley Bros., Implements Ben Franklin Siore Borchardi's Drug & Jewelry Call & Iowa Theatres* Chrischilles Christensen's Chrome Service 8c Cafe Coast to Coast Siore Cummings Store Ed. Capesius Consumers Wholesale Council Oak Grocery Dau Garage Dermand's Cafe Druggist Mutual Ins. Co. Dutch's Super Service Elk Cleaners & Furriers Foster Furniture Store Funk & Deim Gamble Store Graham Department Stores , Greenberg Auto Supply Godden Monument Works Joel M. Herbst Hawcoit & Ogg • . E. J. Hough Hub Clothiers H. D. Hutchins, Farm Sales Hood's Grocery & Market Hobarion Elevator Co. Dr. Karl R. 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Wilton Bakery While'* ftfarkat Mn, Helen Whit* W, g, W»*!w*rd % < Sendery ' 'Issulna Aae&cies w ^J-flH-^i'^ *T^WP'» HIR^ Will You Make This A Day for Our Heroes of America? Buy a Bond Today to Honor Someone You Know in the Service It's Easy to Buy Bonds It's as easy to buy bonds as to buy shirts or socks. Go into any store or place that's an issuing agent. Pay your money — wait while the bond is typed out with your own name and address — and take the bond away with you. You pay $18.75 for a bond you cash in for $25 in 10 years — $37.50 for a $50 bond, $75 for a $100 bond, $750 for a $1000 bond. If you need your money before the bond matures you can get your money back with earned interest. Lend now for your future. Whose War IS This? This isn't the soldiers' and sailors' war. It's yours and mine. It's America — and all we stand for — that the Axis is fighting. That's you and me. We don't have to go to the front to fight-we can send our rroney. If we don't do that, we're coasting while others carry the fight at the front and at home. Everyone is either "motive power" or a drag on the war. Do all your share. In honor of a fighter you know — or know about — buy a bond today! If You POSSIBLY con . . . . you must buy a bond TODAY . . . else shame the collective heart of America, For today, all over the country, we all buy a bond in honor of a man or woman at war. Get tough with your money. Whip it out and make it buy bullets and bombs. Only slackers nurse slacker dollars. Send MORE of your dollars to war, to Do it today, for this is AMERICAN HER- OESday, Washington wept in his heart for his freezing troops— And saw blood on the ice where shoeless feet had trod. "A strong nation is not born of indulgence and ease." Oh, heroes of America, who are abroad in the earth today, Enmeshed in the hot an,d unreasoning machinery of war— We would not have you know how we cling to our dollars— Our cowardly, slacker dollars, while you die for us. Franklin, Jefferson, Hamilton, Hancock, Henry— "If a people hate war too much to risk ALL for freedom At the drop of a hat—freedom will be taken from them." Forefathers of America, who carried the fearful weight Of a rebellion and a whole nation on your shoulders— Who dared to face complete destruction- turn from the sight Of our swollen bank accounts, and our little ideas Of how few bonds pay the price of our rich inheritance, Lincoln.. .with the great rugged soul of you suffering— Risking the life of the Union to save it, Help us to be a credit to ourselves—and to our children. American heroes! Boys and men from farms and towns, From stark cities, from plains and woods and mountainsi Who are laying your lives at our feet for pur freedom- Wait now,, , for the impact of this sue- cessf ul hunt Which beats out from corners and vaults, from dark and secret places, our dollars too decent To remain in hiding when lending them is our- Our ^^B^^ ^^^P ^^^^ ^W^Pi ^(^"^ff^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^p ^^w ^^^^ Win ^BW HP $f ^RPi.^|PvPPM||||i

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