The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1943 · Page 8
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<- Mv^ '• fV-j -, /,4°'*frf ^fv Ip'JwJp •• \"- ' ', > t .ij', J '' ''- »••• The HEINE FAMILY IN REUNION, FENTON, HARRY ALT HOME Fenton—A Meine family reunion was held Sunday at the Harry Alt home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Gust Haack, Alice and Bonnie Lou; Mrs. D. R. Hantelman, Jimmy and June; Mr. and Mrs. John Meine, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meine and family, Frank Meine and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth and family, all of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Art Balmer and family of Dolliver; Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and daughter Janice of Lone Rock; Mrs. Raymond Bartlett of Titonka. Viola Struecker of Kirksville, Mo., and Marie Struecker Of Mason City arrived at the parental Herman. Struecker home Saturday. Marie spent the week end, and Viola, who graduated at Kirksville last Tuesday, will remain until Oct. 14 when she will go to Detroit, Mich., for a postgraduate course in pediatrics. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sheridan of Bancroft visited Sunday morning at the H. E. Reimers home. Alice Haack of Algona was a Monday visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Haack. Mrs. R. C. Rehmer, Norman and Donna Jean of Homestead, Iowa, came last Wednesday for a week's visit at the parental August Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaus of Portland, Oregon, arrived Saturday and are visiting friends in Fenton. The Glaus family formerly lived here. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt entertained at dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt and Ruby and Mr. and Mrs. Melv.in Alt of Burt; Mrs. Albert Wibben and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe and children of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Speth and family of Ringsted and Mrs. Bertha Krause and Mrs. Minnie Dreyer. . . . and everywhere tkat went) ner One tf man? gay ilatt-timert Classics for your suits WIDTHS AAAA TO SIZES TO 10 were &ure to Tailored to fit into your wartime living, here are classic spectators, walking shoes and gay date-timers in wonderful abundance. Famous Eleanores, .Sporteze and Carolynnes, in a type for every need. Tops for •style and quality! Lois anil lots of comfy walkers like 'l/us LAKOTA CHURCH SERVES DINNER FOR PASTOR, WIFE Lakota—Sunday was an eventful day at the Methodist church. The Rev. Edw. Cass, pastor, who was married at Fayette Sept. 19, and who was returned to this charge following conference, administered the communion sacrament at the morning service. Sunday school followed and at one o'clock a fellowship dinner Was served to about 60 people. Chicken and all the ' "fixings" were served in abundance. The pastor and his bride were presented with a gift of money. The teachers were local guests and out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Twine, Algona, and Mrs. Nannie Simpkins of Glenborn, N. D. Lois Peterson, Titonka, was u week end visitor with her friends, Joan and Wanda Heetland. The Harry Warburtons, Elmore, Minn., were callers here Sunday evening on a business mission. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jutting, Rake, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Jutting's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith. Mrs. Cort Rippentrop w n s brought home from the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Saturday. She is recovering from a recent operation. Fred Laabs, north of town farmer, will hold a clearance sale Monday, Oct. 11. Mr. Laabs is an arthritis sufferer and will take treatments for his ailment. The Emil Eggerths, Renwick, were visitors at the Charles Eg- gerths last week. Emil, brother of Charles, was on his way to Rochester, Minn., where he will undergo an operation in the near future. Robert Hamilton, wife and little son came Saturday tor & few days visit ,With Robert's mother,. M«S Maud/Hamilton. Robert'.Is^n; » furlough and has been stationed In Virginia ,but is to be transferred .on his return to camp. Mrs, Roland Smith, Sr., and her daughter',' Mfs. Paul Kollasch tobk Roland' Smith, Jr., to his home near Gowrie Saturday and returned home Sunday. Roland, • Jr,, : had been plowing on a farm near here which they will farm next year. Genevieve Bruer spent the week end here with the August Gutknechts. Genevieve came to Mason City from Dubuque with Tabe Loats and then came to Wesley where Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gutknecht met her and brought her home. Mrs. Fred Mabus came home from the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Sunday and is recovering nicely from her recent operation. Her sister, Mrs. Will Gelhaus, Hubbard, accompanied the Mabuses home and spent a few days visiting relatives here. The W.S.W.A. report the sale of forget-me-nots Saturday netted more than $25.00. The women served sweet rolls, doughnuts, pie and coffee cafeteria style, at the town hall in the evening and cleared $17.00 which will be used to carry on their local work ot the organization. The Connie Roelfsema family, Patnu, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prigge were week end visitors with the women's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger, Walter Prigge is here on furlough, froni a camp on the west coast and his wife :haS been there also. They will remain here, this week.- Esther Simonson, Lutheran social society worker with headquarters at Mason City, came Sunday evening and spoke at the evening service on the work of the Lutheran Welfare society and Showed a film, "As the Twig is Bent." An offering was taken for the work of the society amounting to $55.00. VERNEIL GAUGE-CLARENCE PTACEK WEDDING AT WESLEY MONDAY Wesley—Out of town relatives who attended the wedding of Verneil Gauge and Clarence Ptacek included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spangler and Leon of Jamesville, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Will Spangler and daughter Patty of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spangler and daughter Margaret of Morgan, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Theo vPotthoff of Halbur, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friedman and son, Cpl. Ralph Friedman of Camp Hill, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potthoff of Halbur, Mrs. Mary Steil of Eden Valley, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Will Steil of Renwick, Mrs. Anna Simper and daughter Anna of Garner, Mf. and Mrs. Garfield Gauge, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adrian and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Garman and Ray Fisher, all of Corwith, also the Adolph Ptacek, the Stanley Nedved, Aldrich Nedved, Chas. Nedved, Lewis Urich families. Mrs. Albina Urich and family, Mrs. Elizabeth Ptacek and son, Frank and Clara Ptacek, Arthur Weiskamp, all of Duncan and Brilt, Mr. and Mrs. James Krai and son of Rockwell and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Krumsker and six sons. The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. L. N. Klein in St. Joseph's Catholic church here Monday morning at 9 o'clock. The couple were attended by the bride's sister, Marjorie Gauge and the groom's sister, Margaret Ptacek of Britt. At noon dinner was served (o a large group of relatives in the parish hall. The two long tables and the room were decorated in yellow and blue with bouquets of yellow asters. A beautiful, decorated three tier wedding cake was the center of the bride's table. .Cousins'of the bride served as waitresses. The dinner was prepared by Mrs. Irene Studer, Mrs. George Hanig and Mrs. Geo. Cink. A wedding dance was held at the Duncan community hall that evening which was very well attended. Having rented my farm because of ill health, and sold all machinery to the tenant, I am holding an auction sale of livestock at the place % mile east, 2 miles north and % mile east of Burt, on .14 Sale to start at one o'clock 345 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 345 1 TEAM ROAN MARES. Weight 1500 Each PUREBRED SHORTHORN BULL Calved April 1, 1942, bred by Earl Bauman, Blue Earth, Minn.; by Edellyu Daybreak, sire, Sultan Browndale, 1772330 by Glenburn Field Marshal 1709714, out of Rockwood Golden Chain 5th 1712052, Dam Collynie Dorothy 9th 1773007 by Bap ton Boxing Day 1772969 out of Collynie Dorothy 7th 1773006. MRS. EISENBACIIER IS HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Ign Eisenbacher was honored on her birthday anniversary Friday by all of her children coming home for an evening's get together except Jane and Thekla who are in California and Rosina in Indiana. Her son, Fr. Linus Eisenbacher of Fort Dodge was home for the day. Others who came for the evening were Johnnie, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Eisenbacher and baby, Mr. and Mrs. (Flavia) Joe Studer, Mr. and Mrs. (Felix) Norbert Hilbert, Mr. and Mrs. (Cecelia) Charles Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. (Lucile) Clarence Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Eisenbacher, Ruth Mary Eisenbacher, Edward and Joseph. Mrs. Eisenbacher received a pen set besides many other gifts. WESLEY SAILOR HEARS NEWS OF SHIP SUNK WHILE HOME Mrs. Frank Hoff, Leroy and Gunner's Mate 3rd Class Don Hoff and Electrician's Mate 1st Class Albert Missal of Titonka were Saturday evening supper guests at the home of Mrs. Tillie Loebig. The service men left that evening on the flier, Don to New York and Albert to Miami. They planned to stop in Chicago for a short visit with Alvina Oppedal, Pharmacist's Mate 3rd Class. While on his furlough Don heard the news reported of the sinking of a ship on which he had made two trips across the ocean. One man was reported saved. Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Missal of Titonka, goes to Miami where he will take a submarine chaser course. He expects a promotion. Mrs. Hoff and Leroy returned home Sunday. fidward Funnemark of Ottum wft spent the -Week, end .here at his,« parental* \fatef>• tfiuhnemark home. He" ft 'empldyed' by the state health department. Henry Sherman Recently puY- chased the house now occupied by 'the Sam Alne > family and, the Anton Goetz home Ivhere Mr. and Mrs. 'Urban Neuroth now live. Ruth Vitethum spent the week end here at her parental George Vetzthum home. She is employed in a cafe at Mason City. She, observed her 16th birthday .Saturday. Mrs. George Ricke went to Mason City Wednesday to be with her mother, Mrs. Mary Stuffllck of Forest City, who underwent a major operation. Miss Rita Vet/.- thum accompanied her. > Mrs. H. J. Braley entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon, Her guests were Mrs. A/lo Dawson and Mrs. Charles Mullins. Mrs. L. 1.* Root won high score prize and Mrs. Dawson low. Mrs. Tillie Loebig and daughter Thelma Opendal were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the home of Mrs. Anna Loebig. Other guests were the Leonard Arndorfer and 'Elmer D'aughn families. Mr. and Mrs. Ign Eisehbachei, Edward, Joseph and Ruth Mary were Sunday dinner guests at the Chas. Nelson home. Other guests were Mrs. Rose Nelson, Mrs. Margaret McBreen, James and Margaret. M/. aftd Mrs., Maurice 1 DeBoer of pella spent the Week end hers with his parents. Mr 1 , and Mrs. Glaus DeBber. He has been Instructor at the naval air station at Pella but expects to be transferred to Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hlldman observed their 32nd wedding anniversary Sundayi Their dinner guests were their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. , Bob Kain and three children of Sexton and the J. L. Studer family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry SWansoh, Mrs. Guy Dimohd, Mrs! Lester Larson and Arvin and Mrs. Forrest Christenseh went to Mason' City Friday to visit AlVih Swanson who was In Mercy hospital recuperating from a major operation. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loebig recenl- H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Ever> load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and haul- If purchased' the city,, WsltfenM Of Mrs: •Jdttflnha Hflntetf In' the west part Of town and will take possession the first of November. Mrs. Hansen plans to" move to Des Moines • where she Will 'live house on East. Mairi snice they cold their residence in the .north part of town tb" Cleft RoWtittHu Loeblgs operate the Wesley eate. rom Mt'. ,;, oe Marsh Every time Lem Martin hears about another Jap battleship being sunk-6r another Nail city being blasted-Lem grits his teeth, and digs into his pocket for more War Bond money. ' "With our soldiers over there doln' better 'n' better at their scoririV Lem snys grimly, "wo can do the some at, home." It's easy to think that if the' war is going well, we can afford to let down just a little instead o' realizing that the bigger our offensive gets the more our boys are going to need equipment and munitions. tfrom wtiere f M Wny It is ,.. It's dp to cveryon* of us to put not only our spar* money into War Bonds, but tot figure out new ways of savJnjf so that we'll hdve still more money to invest in Victory. As Lem says: "We asked for. plenty of actlph-and we're sure' getting it All over the world dw\ men have got them Axis fella*' on the run. Let's Back the At^ tack with War Bonds." ' . No. 71 of a Series popyfight, 1943, l Brtwuig Industry Foundation 44 HEAD OF CATTLE 44 31 Head Shorthorn 2-year-old heifers, bred to freshen in May. Bred to purebred Shorthorn bull with papers; 9 Milk Cows, Holsteins, coming fresh this fall; 3 Head Long Yearling Heifers; 1 Shorthorn Bull with papers. Cattle all T. B. and Bangs tested. 188 HEAD OF HOGS 188 141 Head Spring Pigs, weight about 175 pounds or more; 40 Head of Fall Pigs with 7 Sows. 69 Head of Ewes 41 Head of Lambs 2 Bucks About 18 tons second cutting alfalfa hay, baled and in barn, put in without rain; About 400 bales of red clover, in barn; 265 bales of straw, baled out of stack; 1200 bu. Control oats, threshed early; 265 bales of red clover; 1 pile of wood; 70 acres of corn stalks; about 300 feet of water pipe; Some household goods too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cash or Arrange with Clerk Before the Sale. NELS J. NELSON, Prop. Stewart & Briunmond, Auctioneers Burt Savings Bank, Clerk Guy M. Butts spent Saturday in Mason City. Mildred Fox spent the week end at the Louis Loebig home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Young of Titonka were Sunday guests ut the Oliver Young home. Rodney Gaudy of Illinois is here for a visit with his daughter, Mrs. Joe Miller, and family. Mrs. Bradfield, housekeeper in the Guy M. Butts home, visited relatives in Rolfe over the week end. The Joe Meurer family were Sunday callers at the home cf Mr. Meurer's mother at Whittemore. The Catholic Missionary society will meet next Wednesday afternoon and the C. D. of A.'s will meet that evening. A public card party will be held in St. Joseph's parish hall Sunday evening, Oct. 10, sponsored by the C. D. of A.'s. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs and a neighbor of Hayfield, Minn., spent the week end here at Mrs. Downs' parental Alf Studer home and visiting other relatives. Virginia Benton who is employed in occupational therapy work in Des Moines spent the week end here at iher-• Wallace ,Benton home. Mrs. Theresa Foerts.cl? ha^ purchased the Hannah Nelson residence ,.'in. „ $£ ,,§9uthwes Pk cf town. Shfe p sion about November. ISIAIVE YOU MONEY PRESENT October 8th & 9th Mother Hubbard Flour is made from 100% Hard Wheat. Its' Sale Is Guaranteed to Satisfy with a MONEY BACK GUARANTEE MOTHER HUBBARD • "^^ ^^^ m m SINGLE BAG $2.19 —'I f\w 50 Lb. Bags In 5 Bag Lois 19 GINGERBREAD MIX ;;19c lU. ««•* ^ m yv»« . \MC\ butt** 8 ' i9c' -_- IfiA. Ca. *^ v Igc. ea. *15 » p? cfe i 39c SWANSDOWN SOFTASILK BISQUICK ARM AND HAMMER SODA CALUMET BAKING POWDER ARGO CORN STARCH SODA CRACKERS CELLO COOKIES 23-41 b 2 3-4 lb. box i One $ box27c We $IIV«> You Moii§y! WF! IS AiVlEi rVIOIUi 4MiO NiElY

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