The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1943 · Page 2
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The Alpm. ««»» DM Motaw, Atom., !«*«, UNION FARMER INJURES HAND IN CORN ELEVATOR Union: Clarion Long met with a painful accident last Saturday when his right hand got caught in a chain on a corn elevator. He had been picking corn opening up his fields and making down rows. To be laid up at this time of year is a serious handicap. Mr Long works the land on the Geo Kohl farm besides his own lane and Mr. Kohl has been driving out from Algona and assisting him with the work. Mrs, Oscar Anderson who nab been suffering the past six weeks with a sore foot is around on crutches but a recent x-ray shows that arthritis has now set in. The salvage committee was ou doing its best last Wednesday Farmers had given much of thei machinery in previous drives bu the drive proved well worth the effort. The Busy Bee club meets thi Friday with Jessie Sarchet, Hild gross assisting. It was postpone one week as some of the member were employed at the Pioneer see corn plant. Mrs. Mame Winkel, Mr. and Mrs. Will Dodds, Jr. and son Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl and son David, Lulu Kohl, Mary Lee Dearch and "Timmy" Harrington were Sunday dinner guests at the Geo. Kohl home in Algona. Lois Schenck of the Prairie Farmer station in Chicago came last week for a visit with her brother Alfred and family and incidentally assist her brother with his farm work. She appeared very stunning garbed in cowboy attire. Ledyard Vicinity News Items Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Nitz are the parents of a son born Sunday, Oct. 17. Mr. and Mrs. John Steinberg are the parents of a daughter born Friday. Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson spent Saturday afternoon visiting Mrs. Josephine Wiese. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zeilske arc the parents of a daughter born on Thursday, Oct. 14. Mr. and Mrs. K. Bonnickson of Ringsted were supper guests at the J. H. Welfare home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gubel and sons of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at the Conrad Gubel home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Melz oJ Blue Earth were supper guests at the Albert Brand home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Halverson Golden Delicious Forest Fulwider, Anamosa, had on display a branch from a Golden Delicious apple tree on his place measuring 30 inches and contained 29 apples. and Mrs. L. W. Weimer business visitors at Mason Ci.y Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Zeilske and Patricia were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Oswald home near Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Garrett am Mrs. Herman Weringa and daughter of Lakota visited Friday afternoon at the Albert Brand home Miss Norma Selberg left Sun day for New York, after enlisting in the services as a WAVE. Sh- is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henry Selberg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hardt and family went to Storm Lake on Sunday to attend the funeral of Mi'. Hardt's mother who passed away Friday at Cherokee. Ronald Schroeder had the misfortune on Thursday to fall and break his arm just below the shoulder joint. Dr. Somers is caring for him. At this writing the break has not been set. Mrs. Augusta Busch who was seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Krans- meier, was able to be brought home last Sunday. Her many rlends wish her an early recov- •ry. David Lee, son of Lt. and Mrs. Jecll Spatcher and Bernard Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred jloyd were baptized at the parsonage of the Evangelical and Reformed church, with Rev. Edw. fuss officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan took Mrs. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. Henry Felder, to Whittemore on Thursday after visiting several days with Ledyard folks. Mrs George Thompson accompanied them. Mr. Sullivan attended to business at Algona. A group of friends gathered at the Tim Docey home on Monday evening for a surprise birthday party honoring Miss Marjorie Docey. A very enjoyable evening was spent and a lovely lunch was served. The guests departed wishing Marjorie many happy returns of the day. The Chas. Bashara family moved into the rooms at the John Mousel home on Thursday. Th Wm. Green family moved into the Chas. Bashara home which thej purhased some time ago. Mr. an Mrs. Wm. Lloyd moved into th Wm. Green home which thej bought a short time ago. LAKOTA JUNIORS CLASS PLAY FRIDAY, 22D Lakota: The comedy "Star Crazy" will be presented by the Lakota junior class in the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock Friday night of this week. It is a play filled with many laughable situations. A special matinee will be played Thursday afternoon for the grade children. The play is under the directiori of Mrs. Ruth Rekedal. The cast of nine consists of Don Wortman, Norma Olthoff, Ronald Anderson, Jane Steenhard, Virgil Krosch, Dolores Roelfsema, Junior Krosch, Audrey Ruby and Dorothy Schroeder Lakota Mother Submits to Operation; Husband Serving In U. S. Navy Lakota: Mrs. Emory Smith wen to the Kossuth hospital Sundaj evening .where she underwent an operation for appendicitis Monduj morning. Her husband is in thr navy and the two sons, Dick am Allen, will stay with / relative while she is in the hospital. Bicker Bros. Make Big Shipment of Cattle Union: Ricker Bros, recently sold 97 head of feeder cattle and ;his past week received another shipment, the animals weighing over 1000 pounds apiece. These they will "short feed." News Items of Fenton Vicinity The Grant W.S.C.S. held a bake sale Saturday night at the Applequist grocery store. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson visited Friday With Mrs. Nellie Waterbuvy in Fairmont. Mrs. Ada Montgomery of Blue Earth is assisting with the house work at the Leonard Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and family wate Sunday afternodn visitors fit the David Farrow home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred SmitH and Mrs. Frank Deim and Darwin wefe'bttsiness callers in Fairmont Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Simmonson' of Elmore were Sunday evening visitors at the David Farrow home. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Steenhardt and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Shipley home near Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Farrow and Louise ,Mrs. David Farrow and daughters were shoppers in Algona Saturday. The Grant boys baseball nine defeated Swea City high school Monday'afternoon by a score of 14-8. Lakota boys' team defeated Grant 4-3 Friday afternoon at Lakota. Mf, and Mfs. A>0. M>. and Mrs. Chest^ Fafringtori and Johnny, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graharft were Sunday dinner guefits at the Vefndn Larson home ieaf Burt. Cbrp. and Mrs. Gregar Delm of Swea city and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Berg and Shirley of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Deim home. Corp. D«iim is From where I sit.. by Joe Marsh CONSUMERS FOOD STORE NORTH OF HIGH SCHOOL We Feature the following brands of FLOUR GOLD MEDAL - OMAR SEAL OF MINNESOTA CONSUMERS KITCHEN PRIDE MOTHER HUBBARD Priced Below Market FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Tokay Grapes, 2 Ibs. . 29c Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs.. 25c Fresh TOMATOES Per Lb. Individual SQUASH BUSHEL APPLES lOc 13c WHEATIES HERSHEYS COCOA MORTONS SALT OXYDOL Kellogg's SHREDDED WHEAT BUTTER Ib. Mr and Mrs. S. E. Straley entertained at a dinner Friday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Mrs. Carrie Voigt and Lilas Boevers. Supt. and Mrs. John Micklick and Robert John fo Hanlontown spent the week end at the parental Ben Mitchell home and with other relatives. Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod of Detroit and Lester Weisbrod visited Sunday afternoon at the James Wadsworth and Harris Wadsworth home at Lone Rock. Week end visitors at the E. J. Frank home were Shirley Frank of Des Moines, Phyllis of Mankaio and Barbara Frank and Shirley Butler of Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. Lt. and Mrs. H. W. Rabey of Fort Sill, Okla., are visiting at the parental E. J. Frank home. Lt. Rabey has a 15 day leavo. They will also visit at the home of his parents at Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Weber Yager spent Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines at the home of their son and family, the Clarence Ya- gers. They also visited briefly at the Wilfred Reimers home. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mansager and Claire of Hollandale, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mansager and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Cody and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Art Berkeland home. Mrs. H. J. Paulus of Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, arrived at the parental Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Preul home Saturday for an indefinite stay while her husband, Lt. Paulus, was transferred to Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland, for a refresher course. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cornelius are parents of a 7% pound daughter born Sunday afternoon. They are at the home of Mrs. Cornelius' parents.Mr. and Mrs. Sebo Behrens. Mr. Cornelius is employed at Glendale, Calif. They have one other child, a son Francis. Ralph Voigt spent Friday night and Saturday at the Edward Sweeney home in Emmetsburg. The Sweeneys were overnight visitors Saturday at the paternal C. C. Voigt home and also made the acquaintance of their nephew, Keith Widdel, born last week Tuesday. • Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mansager and son Claire of Hollandaln, Minn., were week end visitors at the Melvin Mansager home. The Emil Mansagers attended the Fairmont-Albert Lea football game at Fairmont Friday evening, their son Claire being a substitute on the Albert Lea team. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt and daughters attended services at the Trinity Lutheran church at Algona Sunday. The Bierstedts nephew, Gerald Dwaine Gadu, was baptized during the services and Mrs. Bierstedt was sponsor. After the service the Bierstedis were guests at a dinner in Gerald Dwaine's honor at the Hugo Gade home. The Fifty-Fifty Sunday school class met in the Methodist church basement Friday evening. 12 members were present. There were games and refreshments m charge of hosts and hostesses, M.-. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. The November party will be the third Friday evening of the month, when there will be election of officers. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voigt entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of their son, S. 2-c Leslie, home on furlough from Camp Bennion, Farragut, Idaho. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sweeney of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hutchinson and children of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Pamela and Dolores Rollfsema of Lakota. Relatives of the Ole Pedersons gathered at their home Sunday afternoon for a social time. The Pedersons just moved recently to a home near Seneca, Attending the gathering were Mr. and Mrs. John Micklick and Robert John of Hanlontown; Mr. and Mrs. Martni Olson, Arnold and Leona and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Olson of Haifa; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Shristenson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Long and children, all of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody and Donna Jean, Mr. and Mrs. MilforJ Mitchell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Benora and Nan Hewitt. Refreshments brought by the guests were served. Ned Buxton was home on furlough last week. And you ought to see the fuss the town made over him. Seems like almost everybody wanted to give a party, or a testimonial dinner, or stage something special in the way of celebration. ! Of course, Ned acted grateful. But he told me later, all he really wanted was to sit down with a few old friends, enjoy a glass of beer or two, and talk about old times again. I guess that's how many sol-, diers feeL They don't want a lot of fuss made over them, with' formal celebrating and such* What they really like are the simple pleasures-one of Mom's home-cooked meals, visiting with friends over a glass of beer-enjoying things that mean home and comfort and security. From where I sit, onr biggest job, apart from helping win the war, Is making sure those things tve waiting for our men when they, conio. back homo for good. No. 73 of a Series Copyright, 1943, Brewing Industry Foundation horn* on furlough frott Catftp par- daft M6t Johrtstowfl, FidridSr Mrs. Ottd Rail? spent from. Sunday until Wednesday of last week caring for hefemothef, M*s. Anns c-sbow, to, %*$*u »**£<• Osborh fell down a flight of basement stairs in the Stoeber hardware store in Fentan five weeks: ago She is well on the wad to- recovery. free and Clear The Equitable Society's objective in making farm loans is to help Farmers buy farms of their own and eventually have them free and clear. — . . u ^ THOMAS I. PARKINSO'N, President 'The Mtofa* a»<i Complete FARM LOAN makes it easier for you to own your farm free and clear. Write for the. free booklet. I. E. Wortman Lakota, Iowa Edw. Capeshu Algona, Iowa THE COUPON TODAY TO... I: THE EQUITABLE SOCIETY L. A. BUSE, lam Suptnriwr, Dept. ' 127-177 Dowi Building, Cedir Ripidi, Iowa : : Pleise *nd me your free booklet on Firm total. 7 Town. Sute 4,' i__._...........---.--•-"---••"•--' THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE U. S, HOME OFFICE • NEW YORK LuVerne Rural Mail Man Joins the Navy Guy C. Giddings, Jr., for almost three years rural letter carrier at Lu Verne, last week joined the navy. While he's in the service Mrs. Giddings will take up his duties as rural letter carrier No. 1 out of LuVerne. The Giddings have three children, ranging in age from 12 to 17 years. Mr. Giddings is the son of Guy C. Giddings, Sr., of Burt, and is a graduate of that high school. He has two brothers, Rodney and Gordon, in the armed forces. Read The Want Ads—It Pays j DRESS TIES - Selected fabrics, colors and patterns to suit the most dii- >•*»< criminating man ••» PLAID TIE-TOP CORDUROY CAP — Lined in cotton sued* cloth. Unbreakable visor. Red plaid ORIGINAL CHIPPIWA WORK SHOES - Soft, pliable leather, oiled to stand moisture* Rubber *_ img* heels . . Pair *•»••»¥ MEN'S OPERA SLIPPERS- Heavy cattle hide leather. Lined. Brown *_ only. Pair *le BOYS' MOCCASIN TOE OXFORDS-Tough tire cord soles, brown elk, leather .uppers. Pair SHAKER KNIT PART WOOL HOCKEY CAP-Solid color crowns, with con- J|A£ trailing strip* 47* VACUUM BOTTLE FILLERS — Will fit the Gamble or any American made vacuum bottle. 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