The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 14, 1943
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The Algona tipper Deft Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 14, 1943 FARMERS SADDLE POPULAR SHOW Swea-Eagle: Members of the Farmers Saddle club made three public appearances during the past week. They took part in the dedication program of the community honor roll board at Lone Rock Saturday, and a smokes for soldiers celebration at Bancroft and at an honor roll dedication at Fenton. The Floyd Treat family visited Sunday with his parents, W. F. Treats at Ayrshire. Freda Bergeson, who teaches at Newell, spent the week end at the home of her father, Albin Bergeson. Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer and small son Were recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linde received a telephone call Friday morning informing them they were grandparents. A son, the first child, was born Friday, Oct. 8, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson . at Omaha. Phyllis Anderson, freshman at Gustavas Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn., spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Anderson. It was her first chance to come home and get acquainted with her baby brother born Sunday, Oct. 3. Eric Ericson and daughters, Florence Ericson and Mrs. Detti- mer Thompson were at Neweli Thursday to visit Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Bengston. Dr. Bengston 35 years ago was pastor here at the Swedish Baptist church. They have many friends here. Mr. Bengston is very ill. They plan to move to Minneapolis Give your family this delicious, nutritious dinner 1 J. B. MEUHE, OF IRV1NGTON, BUYS WESLEY HOUSE Wesley. The Jim Silbaugh family moved this week into the Leo Reno residence south of St. Joseph's parsonage. The Hildman Estate hous,e, vacated by Sil- baughs has been bought by Mr and Mrs. J. B. Meuhe of Irvin- ton. Meuhes recently sold'their farm where they have been living the past few years. Mrs Meuhe will be remembered here as Anna Hildman. They will no move here until after they hold their sale of farming equipmen and livestock. Susie Pfeffner's sister from Montana came Saturday evening for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ball Flom were Sunday guests at the Elmer Johnson home near Britt. Homer Lawson left Tuesday for Madison, Wis., and other points for a visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Welter and son of Corwith visited at the parental Robert Welter home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Swaney o Britt were Sunday guests at her parental Tony Seller home. "Chuck" Kraus, who has been at Camp Maxey, Texas, is now attending college at Brunswick, N J. Ruth Meuhe of Albert Lea, Minn., visited her sister, Mrs. Urban Lickteig and family over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hepperly anc son Gary of Britt were Sunday Flavorful Treat! Star Pure Pork Sausage is Made Fresh Daily Bring to the table a platter of fragrant, golden brown, juicy pork sausage patties with tasty garden vegetables . . . 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Use the recipe given here for pork sausage patties and broiled tomatoes. Your family will say: "Let's have this dinner more often ! It's tops !" Pock Sausage PattUi with Broiled Tomato*! 1 pound Star Pure Pork Butter Sausage Meat Salt 3 tomatoes (cut in halve*) Pepper RECIPE: Shape sausage Into6 uniform patties. Dot tomato halves with butter. Season. Place on broiler rack alone with sausage patties. Set 4 inches under heating unit. Broil 15-18 minutes, turning the sausage once. Do not turn tomatoes. Place sausage patty on top of each tomato half. Arrange on platter and serve with hot frenchcd green beans, 6 servings. To serve 4 use Jf to Jtf pound sausage. parental George guests at the Hanig home. Stella Lloyd of Mason City spent the week end here visiting.friends She is attending Hamilton business college. Mrs. Matilda Johnson of Algonn spent last week here at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Haverly and family. Alvin Swanson was broughl home from a Mason City hospital last week following an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. George Goetz and Mrs Carrie Ricke visited Mrs. R. J. Thissen at Algona Sunday. The latter lady is ill. Mrs. Ted Worsley and son Jackie of Clear Lake visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young Wednesday. Sam Alne, who is* employed nt Rockford spent the week end here with his family. Rosalie Alne observed her 15th birthday Sunday. Arlene Studer is spending this week at her parental Mrs. Irene Studer home. She has been employed in the Kresge store at Mason City. Wallace Donovan and his brother, Robert Donovan left Monday for Billington, Wash., to see their mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Donovan, who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Silbaugh and two children, Carmen and Bobbie spent the Week end at Ralston visiting their daughter Nona and other relatives. The Leo Goetz family wure guests at the John Arndorfer home in Algona Thursday evening. Mrs. Arndorfer's' brother was home on furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Christensen and family were Sunday guests at the Millian Jensen home at 'Seneca. They were Ringsted business callers Wednesday. The C. D. of A.'s are planning a reception ,of new members into their organization in the near future. Any lady who cares to join the court may contact Mrs. Alf Studer or Mrs. Victor Loebig. The Wesley high school ball team defeated the Woden boys here Wednesday afternoon 4-3 and lost one to the Corwith nine here 7-1 Friday. Joe Eisenbacher and Joe Johnson are the batteries. High school pupils are prac- ticing the operetta, "Purple Towers" a musical comedy. It will be presented to the public in the auditorium Friday evening, Oct. 29. Miss Violet Boone is instructor. Eugene Swanson is attending the Iowa State college at Ames. Mildred Funnemark, who leaches in the Burt public school, and a lady friend spent the week end here at her parental Olaf Funnemark home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson had as their guests Sunday, Oct. 3, the Andrew Oppendals of Eagle Grove. The Oppendals had taken their daughter Marguerite to Forest City, where she is attending Waldorf college for her second year, Hugh Unger, Seaman First Class, left Sunday evening for an eastern seaport. He had been in a U. S. hospital in Brooklyn for an appendectomy. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Unger, south of town where he had spent n furlough. Mrs. George Ricke, accompanied by Mrs. George Vitzthum and daughter Rita, spent Friday in Mason City. Mrs. Ricke's mother, Mrs. Mary Stufflick of Forest City submitted to an operation for hernia at the Mercy hospital there that day. Ruth Richer of the Army Nurses Corps, Sioux Falls, came A very large crowd attended the card party Sunday evening in the St. Joseph parish hall. Ed Eisenbacher won high score prize in bridge, Miss Orthel of Britt in 500 and David Kleinpeter in bunco. A delicious lunch was served. The party was sponsored by the C. D. of A.'s. Tom Elaine was buried in the Wesley Evergreen cemetery Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. He died at the home of his son Jack at Corwith early Sunday morning at the age of 94. Services were held at the house at 1:30. The McMahon funeral home had charge of the burial. Mrs. Harold Brooks and baby, Linda Kay, returned to their home in St. Paul Monday. The baby had been here at the home of her maternal grandparents, the Chas. Kraus's for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kraus, Mrs. Brooks and baby were Sunday guests at the Jake Kraus home in Manly. Lieut. Urban Richter came last Friday to spend a 10 day furlough at his parental John Richter home. Urban had been in the U. S. Army two years, when he transferred to the Army Air Corps over a year ago. He came from the Lockburn Air base at Columbia, Ohio, but will report back to an air base at Victoria, Kansas. Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- Saturday night and spent till' ry . Swanson, was knocked uncon- Sunday afternoon with her parents and relatives. Other Sunday dinner guests at the Richter home were the Edmund Otis family and Jack Richter and two sons. Ralph Bauer, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer, left Saturday evening for Norfolk, Va., to begin his training for the Army Air Corps. He entered the army in February and was in the tank division at Norfolk. He spent a 10 day furlough awaiting his call. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Hill) of Racine, Wis., came last week for a visit with her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Schimmel at Britt, her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Ward, Wesley, and with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schimmel at Blue Earth, Minn. scious and badly bruised when car at Eagle Lake companion jumped struck by a Friday. His out of the way of the car as they were crossing a road in a ravine. Leon was carried to a nearby farm house where his bruises were treated and he was taken to a doctor. His glasses were broken in the accident. A number of pictures of service men and women have been placed in one of the west windows of the First National Bank building. The United Service Women's Organization is sponsoring the display with Mrs. Geo. Aldrich, Mrs. Paul Erdman and Mrs. Al Wagner in charge. Pictures of all service men and women would be much appreciated and may be left with Mildred Fox at the Exchange State Bank. LuVerne Vicinity News Items Phyllis Lichty and Ellen Meyer were at home from Mason City for the week end. Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Johnson are the parents of a son born Thursday, Oct. 7. He is their third son. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Jones, Royal, spent Sunday at the Hugh Shirks home. Mrs. Shirks is their daughter. Sam Swank, Clinton, Minn., has been looking after farm interests in the LuVerne community the past week. . Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chambers and Miss Clara Rector, Corwith, mere guests of Mrs. Peter Thompson Sunday. " x Mrs. Lawrence Muschamp and son, Minneapolis, have spent the past week at the parental M. L. Barton .home. * Mrs. Albert Hefti is spending two weeks at the home of her uncle, Cortland Stoddard, at Flasher, N. D. Mrs. Irvin Chapman attended a birthday dinner for Father George Kabele at Goldfield Sunday. Mr. Kabele was 85 years old. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr., and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Frederick at Strawberry Point Sunday. Mrs. Frederick is ;he former Dolores Voss. Mrs. Emily Guy accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Algona, to Minneapolis Sun- been quite ill at-his home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Raney came from Waterloo Saturday to spend the week end with mother, Mrs. Flors Raney. Walter and Earl Rich of Algona visited Sunday with Charles Dunn. Marjorie Holm spent the week end at the Joe Krebsbach home near Humboldt. Mrs. Otto Kelly and Mrs. S. G. Holm spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Jake Kelly near Swea City. Mrs. Fred Brandt spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs. Merle Johnson in Blue Earth. Swen Tjensvald and Mildred of Armstrong spent Sunday evening visiting at the Mrs. G. W. Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. John Drew and family were Monday evening supper guests at the Andrew Larson home near Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Jess O'Keefe, Mrs. Raymond Happus and Jay Lynn spent Sunday evening at the S. G. Holm home. Mr", and Mrs. John Drew and family were supper guests Thursday evening at the Mrs. Anna Dahl home in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Aukes and children of Buffalo Center and Mrs. Kooloff of Lakota visited Monday afternoon with Mrs. John Drew. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saftner and family and Miss Elizabeth Krebsbach of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests' at the S. G. Holm home. Mrs. Maurice Seyler and Lanny returned to Minneapolis Thursday after spending the past week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Drew. Carl Drew of the U. S. Marines left Friday for Oakland, Calif., after spending a 30 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Drew, and other relative*. Mr. and Mrs. Hervie Thompson and family of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Maurice Seyler and Lanny of Minneapolis, Doris Drew and Judy of Swea City were Wednesday evening supper guests at the John Drew home, the occasion honoring Carl Drew of the U. S. Marines. Mf. and Mrs, fiarl Rich and Edynean, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson and AlVift, Jf., and Mrs. L. C. Richardson family, Mr. and Mfs. Fred and family, Mr., and Mfs. Deim and Darwin and Brandt attended the threshe ..„„ meeting at the Domhardt brotft<*j ers home near Elmore Frldftjp" night. Notice! On October 8, 1943, an agreement was made between the union representatives and contractors thttt any person going on prison camp work will need a union reference. H. L Leake Local Business Agent The International Hod Car- riers Bldg. C. Laborers Union of America Office Room 14, Iowa State Bk. Bldg. illlHIIIIIIIIIHfllllllllllllllllllllliinilllllllllllM his Sgt. I Forrest Raney who had been in a as desert camp in California has sa been transferred to Fort Dix, N. J. aa Mrs. Wm. Ellis and her daugh- aa ter, Mrs. Edw. Greenway, came aa to LuVerne last Wednesday after aa Mrs. Ellis had spent the past two aa months with her daughter in Chi- ""^ cago. Mr. Ellis has been ill the past week having suffered a slight stroke. Rally Day services were served at the Presbyterian church aa Sunday at the morning hour. Special music was given by as the Presbyterian church orchestra from Livermore. After' the program a fellowship dinner was served at the Community Hall at jaj which a number of the Livermore congregation was. present. Although much remodeling can't be done during these war times, two LuVerne families have been doing some that will make for more comfort in their homes, aa Mr. and Mrs. Percy Schichtl have aa built an addition of a room to their sa home and Mr. and Mrs. John Ra- as mus have converted __ porch into a breakfast room and aa kitchen. Mrs. Archie Sanford was host- =E ess to the from Coast to Coast American women are quick to adopt a good fashion that answers their needs — and are slow to let them go! These are good coats ... classic coats ... right now and for years to come. They're all familiar styles, known for their all- around wear-ability, and faithful record of service . . . done anew for you-who need a coat day where they will visit another, Thurs day evening when the group /= daughter of Mrs. Guy and her - - -- — • — • -^ • — family, the Keith Keipps. There were no services at the Evangelical church Sunday evening as a number of the young jeople and the pastor were at;ending a Youth Rally at the evangelical church at Fort Dodge. Jimmy Zweifel, the third son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Zweifel became very ill Friday and was tak- in to a Fort Dodge hospital for medical treatment. Ray Stone has Little Hats Big News for Fall From 2,98 to 4.95 Little huts—big fashion new« this fall? Completely tivating — see the small forward-swept postillions, flirtatious berete, tiny pillboxes, feather-plumed tricornes, fascinating "buirHlo" hi|t$—wonderful for furlough dates! Felts, velveteens, fabrics. w^ff ^^V^I9 ^^^F ^^|F ^^^P ^^ff^ff 5BBr ™^ il^ff ^^Ir ^^^^ SEXTON NEWS Mrs. Mary E. Miller was a week end visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller of Mason City. Mrs. Howard Snyder, former resident of this vicinity, underwent a major operation at Rochester, Minn., and just arrived home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders were Sunday dinner guests at the Glenn Sanders home at Mallard, Iowa. Their son Paul was home on a furlough. Glenn Zweifel has been a patient at the Kossuth hospital where he underwent an operation for the past week. He planned to leave on Tuesday. Ed Fitch has been busy building a brooder house and a cow shed in his leisure time the past two months. He has been assisting in • the work at the elevator the past few months. Mrs. Drusilla Noble and Oscar Hammond arrived home Monday from a week end visit at Chicago. Mrs. Noble visited her son and family, the Thomas Nobles, and Mr. Hammond his sister, Mrs. Spainhour. Mr. and Mrs. IJenry Phillips and daughters Florence and Doris, Miss Phyllis Asa of Algona, Mrs. Sarah Wise and Charlotte Ann Wise were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Lloyd Steven of Mapleton, Minn. The birthday of Mrs. Steven was observed. Miss Doris Phillips and Phyllis Asa attempted to take a ride Sunday in a two wheeled pony cart on Lloyd Steven's farn}. Another occupant, Charlotte Ana, Wise, jumped out of the cart and Paris a t nd Phyllis were suddenly discovered to be on the ground with the cart upset over fhera. They minpr cuts and scratchy. f tf Myr- visited at win Dtoond OFFICER'S COAT in camel hair or Melton cloth. 12-20_ 22.50 BOY'S COAT in fleece wool with slashed pockets. 12-20._- 29.75 FURRED C A SUAL in broadly striped wool or monotone. 12-20. 32.50 to 59.50 REVERSIBLE CQAT fitted or box style* 15.95 TWEEPS. bwi ititf 24,75 honored Mrs. Hugh Shirk on the aa occasion of her birthday. "" was played at three tables with aa Mrs. George Tiede winning high E5 score-and Mrs. Edw. Dehnert low. ss Mrs. Richard Basham and Mrs. J. aa E. Lindebak were substitutes for aa Mrs. Chas. Remus. Mr. and arrived from Indianola, Nebr., for aa a two weeks vacation at the Mrs. W. F. Godfrey home. Previous to the war Mr. Anderson was a road contractor % and since had been working at various war projects, is having his first vacation for some {wo years. Mrs. Anderson is the former Blanche Godfrey. Florence Godfrey who is employed in the Thompson newspaper office, spent the week end at home.

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