The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 30, 1943 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 30, 1943
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The Algona Upper Pea Molnes, Algona, Iowa, S«pt*mb*r 30, 1943 OFFICERS LEGION AUXILIARY MEET AT FENTON MONDAY Fenton — Mrs. Hans Baago, county chairman of the Legion Auxiliary, held a school of instruction at her home Monday, Sept. 27. Those attending were the county officers and unit presidents and secretaries of the county. Refreshments were served at the close of the session. Those present from the local organization were Mrs. S. E. Straley nad Mrs. E. C. Fauerby who represented the local unit, and Mrs. George Jorgenson, county secretary, and Mrs. county treasurer. Rex Wolfe Dr. J. A. Mueller left Friday for Rochester, Minn., where he will spend until Thursday at the clinic. Miss Bonnie Stokes of Chicago spent Thursday and Friday at the Ernest Votteler home. She is Mrs. Votteler's niece. Superintendent and MRS. V. .1 Tatuni spent Saturday and Sunday at Clarion at the home of the former's sister and family, the F. E. Sharps. Charles Earnhardt of Graettinger came Saturday night and will visit all this week in the home of his brother-in-law, John Arbogast. Other Sunday dinner guests there were Mr. 'and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and two children. SEND THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES TO YOUR SOLDIER FOR CHRISTMAS Subscriptions may be taken WITHOUT written request only from Sept. IS to Oct. 15 A PAPER MEANS A LOT TO A FAR-AWAY SOLDIER In it he finds items about friends and acquaintances you may forget to mention—items about his home county that are news, BIG news, to him. This is the best spot on earth to him, and he wants to know of everything about it. The Upper Des Moines will follow him around the world—52 times a year— every week. SPECIAL FOR SOLDIERS Though out-of-the-county the Upper Des Moines takes subscriptions for soldiers at the in-the-county rate. Order Now - Don't Forget ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, 1 year $2.50 BOTH ALGONA PAPERS, 1 year $4.00 Use this convenient order form I enclose $.. for which please enter subscription for one year for (Check ( ) Algona Upper Des Moines $2.50 One) ( ) Both Algona papers $4.00 for the following: Rank Name Number Unit Army Postoffice Number if Overseas Town or Care Postmaster My name as giver of this Christmas gift is: Name Address DO IT TODAY! ST. BENEDICT COUPLE OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY St. Benedict—On Sunday, Sept 26, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Mayer celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at their home in St. Benedict; renewing their marriage vows at High Mass at St. Benedict's church. Mrs. Mayer was attired in a dark green dress and wore an orchid corsage. A wedding dinner was served to sixty guests at the Mayer home, among whom were from afar, Frank Aman of Mt. Angel, Oregon; Mrs. Joseph Mayer and granddaughter of Rockville, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Claire Newman of Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aman and Mr. and Mrs. John Karl of Beaver Dam, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles ilbride and Joseph Aman of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Arndor- :er afld Mrs. Philip Immerfall. Dpen house was held in the af- .ernoon and was attended by many 'riends and neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer were reared in this community and were married here 50 years ago, hav- ng lived in this community all heir life. They moved to town three years ago to retire. Their children are Wm. Mayer of here, Mrs. Leo Hanig and Mrs. Lew Goetz of Wesley and Alvina of Washington, D. C., who came for the wedding. Opdahl Bros, of Buffalo Center were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Fred and Mrs. Carrie Erickson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dorr have received word from their sons that Ralph has been promoted to staff sergeant and Joseph to corporal. Joseph is now stationed in the Hawaiian Islands and Ralph is still cook at headquarters at Camp Bowie, Texas. Pfc. Al Grandgenet came home from Jefferson Barracks for a 3 day leave last week end. He had been in New Guinea in service and had contracted malaria and is not in the best of health as yet, having had a siege of typhoid after being here recently on a 30 days rest period, but is expected to go into active service again soon. News of Seneca Vicinity The Carl Seips, Irvington, were Sunday callers at the C. N. Robinson home. rVE DISCOVERED NEW BEAUTY FQR EVERY ROOM ~ Blakjer Lutheran Church Divine worship service next Sunday morning is at 10:00 a. m Rev. David Quill continues with the second sermon in the series "The Man Who Said He Would— And Couldn't." On Friday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. the ladies of the congregation will meet for their annual mission service. At that time the mission boxes with their offering will be placed upon the Lord's altar. The Ladies Aid Chicken Dinner and Bazaar will be held next Monday evening, Oct. 4. Serving will commence at 5:30 o'clock. All visitors and friends are invited to be present at this gathering. The confirmation class will be organized and will meet for the first time next Sunday evening at 7:00 p. m. The pastor prefers to have as many of the confirm- ants as possible attend two years. Those, therefore, who are to be "ourteen years of age in 1945, or before, are invited to attend. The Luther League will meet next Sunday evening at 8:00 p. n. Pastor Quill wHl lead in the Bible study at that time, and a program has been prepared that r e feel sure will be well receive'.!. La Vaune Madden left last week or Albuquerque, N. M., where she will visit relatives. Mrs. Ray Osborn visited Saturday afternoon at the home of her parents at .Algona, the Clyde Coopers. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Osborn and Marian were Sunday dinner guests at the Bill Richmond home near Armstrong. Margery Osborn, who is taking a business training course at Hamilton business college at Mason City, spent the week end with her parents, the Charles Osborns. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson and family attended funeral services at Armstrong last week Sunday, for Mr. Culbertson's sister, Mrs. Yackle, who passed away quite suddenly after a very short illness. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Patterson planned to take their daughter. Mary to Rochester Tuesday for a physical Cheek-Up. Mary, who was hospitalized there early this summer, has since been enjoying fairly good health. Sunday dinner guests at the Jens Petersen home included Mr and Mrs. Martin Petersen, Marjorie and Ralph of Ringsted. Eve* ning callers were Mrs. Alma Cross of Portland, Oregon; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen and family and Dorothy and Carl Fliehler of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Abel Haugi were hosts at a family gathering at their home last week Sunday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. George " Charlston and family, Joice, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Myron Gilbert and . son, Milfprd, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ellingson and daughter, OttosSn, Iowa, and Mrs. wa ild BURT NEWS «. i SIMPLY WET AND -* APPLY TO SURFACE — JL. A PATTERN FOR ""* EVERY USE ... „.,. A DESIGN FOR EVERY *"'* COLOR SCHEME... COWAN Building Supply Co. Paints, Varnishes, and Enamels. Dutch Boy Lead and ready-mixed paints. Unitized Wallpapers— largest selection in North Iowa. ^liiilHIIIIIIililillllllllllfllllllllllilM \ M ^35 There's An Icy Blast A-comin'-- Keep It Out! There are times when we all like the rain and the snow in our hair—but never inside the house dur- ingr the long winter months when an icy wind is raging outside. Keep it out, keep the family warm, and keep fuel consumption down. Seal the heat in, and protect the health of your family, by arrang* ing to hare your home insulated: materials and .... labor are hard to get, so do it NOW. Put a blanket of rock wool insulation around your house. It can be used for any wall or roof construction... a barrier against cold while it saves fueL Cowan Building Supply Company Algona, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Tweedt, Armstrong, visited Saturday evening at the Joe Higgins home. Clarence Smith and nephew, Myron Smith, Elmore, Minn., visited Saturday evening at the C. H. Schrader home. Members of the Lutheran Aid Society and their families had a picnic dinner in the church basement after the church service Sunday morning. Clarence Larsen came up from Waterloo for the week end and took home his wife and son wh had spent a week here with Mrs Larsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs S. M. Peterson. Wallace Officer, Jr., and friend came up from Ames, where they are in the V-12 naval training, to spend the week end with the former's parents, Supt. anc Mrs. W. B. Officer. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Williams Welcome, Minn., are staying n; the Don Mitchell home while their daughter, Mrs. Mitchell, is in the hospital with a new son ; born last Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wessel and daughter, Lurena, attended conference at Fort Dodge Sunday, lone Lease, Lone Rock teacher, went with them and drove the Wessel car. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and Mrs. John Laing, Algona, and Mrs. Laing's sister from Nebraska and Mrs. Maude Fish, Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests at the F. L. Pratt home. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman and son Richard spent Sunday ot the Myron Chipman home in Ames. Mrs. Carl Bahling and son accompanied them to Ames and visited the George Schroeders. The Joe Maddens, Fenton; George Maddens, Haifa; Harris Wadsworths, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, and Mrs. Wm. Rath were Sunday dinner guests at the R. F. Hawcovt home. Earl Girton came Sunday and he and his wife who had been spending a few days here with her mother, Mrs. Gerta Thompson, left Sunday evening for their home at Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr. Girton had been' on a business trip to Ames and Vinton. In honor of Mrs. Emil Hasse's birthday the following ladies gathered at her home for a party Sunday evening: M r s. Lydiu Koestler, Mrs. Bertha Koestler, Mrs. L. Richmann, Mrs. G. W. Bleich, Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, Mr*. Anna Reimers, Mrs, Henry Wiener, Mrs. Floyd Koepke and daughter, Caradine. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore attended a family gathering at the H. J. Phillips home in Algona Sunday in honor of Pvt. and Mrs. Andy J. Phillips who were recently married at Olympia, Wash., and were home on a furlough. They left Monday for their home at Dupont, Wash. He is stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash. Corp. Bruce Graham arrived Saturday from Brooklyn, N. Y., to spend a 14 day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham. A dinner in his honor was given Sunday at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters. Besides he and his parents, his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Young, Osage, and his grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Graham, were guests. A family dinner was held at the Vernel Hardgrove home Sunday in honor of Mrs. Hardgrove's brother, Lt. Willard E. Schwietert, who was here on a week's furlough after being graduated from the San Marcos Army Airfield in Texas. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert and daughter, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert and family. Lt. Schwietert left Tuesday for an air field at Mountain Home, Idaho, where he will get further training. Myrtle Hedin and children, Whitlemore. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen were hosts at a Johannesen 'amily gathering at their home Sunday, honoring their father, Ola Johannesen, who observed his 79th birthday anniversary on Friday, Sept. 24. Those in attendance including Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johannesen and Tilda, were Me and Mrs. Harry Vahldrik and rene, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. lans Prosthus and family, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johann- isen and family, Cylinder, the 'ohn Johannesens, the Martin Wilbergs and Henry Looft, Lakota Young Couple Married Saturday » t Lakota—Florence, third daughter of M.r. and Mrs. Jerry Heel- land and Elmer 'Paulson, son of Mrs. Adolph Paulson, were married at the Presbyterian manse Saturday with the pastor, the Rev. E. G. Lauer, officiating, fhoy were attended by the bride's sister Norma and husband and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith. The bride wore a black gown with black accessories and a gold la valier studded with rubies whii;h was given to her maternal great* »reat grandmother by her hus- iand on their wedding day. Mrs. Smith .wore a teal blue gown with brown accessories. The men wore dark suits. After a short *ip the young people will be at lome on the farm southwest of ;own where the groom helps his mother operate the farm. Florence is a graduate of Lakota Notice! Due to shortage of help we will close at 10 p. m. until further notice. ROSEDALE CAFE high school and hafl been employed in the Ukeha implement shop. MM. Anfl§ paulseh, Mrs. Mil* ton Paulson and Mrs. John Wei" housen drove to Fort Dodge Thursday and left fr6m there via train for a at Omaha, visit with relatives ftoil When the schdol bell rang in Red Oak last we*k,it marked the first time ih thitty, ydftffi that a member of the J^se Groves family \vaa not there to answer the call for the first day o£ school, Five 86ns of Jesse are irt the,sefv- ice of their country. , \ From where I sit ,,; oe Marsh, One of the best ; liked farmers in these parts Is Bert Childers! And he has the best way^ of beatin' the man shortage, too. Come husking time, Bert invites all of his farmer neighbors over to have a glass of beer. When they ask politely "Whereas the beer?" Bert points to a bucket-full of frosty bottles In the middle of the field. "All you got to do," he says, "Is work your way, out to it." Well, Bert's Idea has caught on nil over the countryside.,. v*ifn»*^>*^ fn ....... . Folks are pitching in to help their neighbors harvest grnln, and fruit, and vegetables — and are taking their reward in sociability when the job's done. i And from where I sit, that's a mighty healthy picture of American life - people working together to get in the food this country needs - and afterwards, sittin' around like good friends, over a moderate glass of wholesome beer. I'm for it! No. 70 of a Series Copyright, 1943, Brewing Industry Foundation TOILET SOAP SWEETHEART LAUNDRY SOAP CRYSTAL WHITE LIQUID BLEACH HY-LO ALL PURPOSE CLEANER NOT A BLEACH PARLOR BROOMS WILBERT'S FLOOR WAX NO-RUB GRANULATED SOAP SUPER SUDS 32-ox. Bottle Each 16-ox. Tin - HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER BRITE-IZE POWDER BON-AMI. 20 MULE TEAM BORAX .. 12-01. 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