The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1943
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The Algotm Upper Deft Moim*, AlgonA, Iowa, October 28, 1§4* SEELEY-WHITTNG WEDDING HELD IN OMAHA ON FRIDAY Fenton: Ervln Seeley, son of :Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seeley, and Norma Whiting, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Whiting of Ruthven were united In marriage at the First Lutheran church In Omaha Friday afternoon at two o'clock, the ReV. Lawrence Acker officiating In a single ring ceremony. The couple arrived at the parental Claude Seeley home Sunday and In the evening 1 a dinner was served In their honor., Guests besides the bride and groom were Mr. and Mrs.,Russell Whiting and family of Ruthven; Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller and three daughters, Mrs. Mary Miller and Mrs. Art Kuecker and three children and the Immediate Seeley family. Nan Hewitt and Gladys Brat- Jand, local school teachers, spent' the week end at the former's home •4»t Northwood. Hadley Bailey attended a scouting school for scout leaders at the school house In Algona Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mae Voigt and Esther of 'Ceylon, Minn., and-Mrs. Anna Steinbeck spent Sunday afternoon at the Lilas Boevers home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stumbo of Benwick spent Sunday at the home of the la tier's mother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean. Phyllis Frank, Rosemary Fin" nestad and Valerian Jentz, who attend business college at Mankato spent the week end at their parental homes. Mrs. R. N. Kyhl went to Mason r City Saturday via bus from Whittemore where she spent the week end with her daughters Ella and Ruth Mae Kyhl. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber .•and 'Mrs. Lyle Bassett went to Sherburn Sunday where they attended funeral services for Vera Bloomer, a cousin of Mrs. Stoe* ber's. Eunice Johnson, Shirley Mae ttaase and Lorrain Wegener went to Algona Friday evening where they visited at the home of Mrs. Kate Wegener and attended the football game. Sunday dinner guests at the Richard Hen'gel home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schottschneidor and two children of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn and Mrs. Caroline Hartman. Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Mitchell home were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Mitchell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and Dale and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell. Mrs. E. K. Johnson entertained the Saturday afternoon bridge! club last Saturday. Mrs. Mervin Priebe played for an absent member. 1 Mrs. E. W. Ruske won high score prize and Mrs. A. J. Krause received the reverse score prize. Betty Ann Meyers, who Is taking nurses' training at the Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moinos spent the week end at the parental Alfred Meyers home. Other dinner guests at the'Meyers home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Welsbrod. Judith Ann', infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkeland, was baptized at the Lutheran church at Fairville Sunday morning. Sponsors were Donald and Ruth Berkeland and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thompson of Cylinder. Guests at a dinner in her honor following the service at the Berkeland home were Mr. and Mrs. Olal Berkeland, Donald and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thompson and Shirley .Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Priebe and Lorrain and Valerian Jentz. Wesley Farmer Wrestles Mechanical Picker Wesley: Lou Ricke and a mechanical corn picker got into a tangle Thursday. Lou lost a good portion of his clothes but escaped bodily injuries. FARMERS ATTENTION! Ducks - Geese We will buy country dressed ducks and geese this year. Buying days will be November 11-12-13 for the first period and November 18-19-20 for the second period. Prices will be announced later. Save and sell the feathers. They may have a high value. You will be assured of a good market on your dressed ducks and geese and feathers. Swift & Co. Phone 264 Algona, Iowa IEDYARD WOMEN WILL ORGANIZE U.S.W.A.UNTT Ledyard: Some fifty or more women consisting of mothers, wives, sisters and daughters of men in the armed forces met at the town hall on Wednesday evening, Oct. 20, to talk over organizing a United Service Women of America Unit in Ledyard. Group singing was led by Mrs. Kenneth Busch. A piano .duet, "Off to Camp" was played by Mrs. Glen Yahnke and her daughter Margaret. A vocal solo, "The Army Air Corps" was rendered by Mrs. Kenneth Busch accompanied by Miss Solberg. Poems were read by.Miss Wilson. A trio by 1 three Grant teachers was also enjoyed. Jean Gabel sang "Say a Prayer for the Boys Over There." Mrs. Wm. Stubbe gave a reading, "I'm Old Glory" followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Mrs. Joe Mayne acted as temporary chairman. "The Preamble" was read by Mrs. Virgil Barrett and the "Constitution" by Mrs. Lars Skaar, the by-laws by Mrs. Al Zielske and Mrs. Joe Mayne talked on the work of the society. and Mrs. Howard Jensen were Algona shoppers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner visited Sunday with their son, Leonard Warner and family at Bancroft. Rev. and Mrs. Edw. fsfuss drove to Mankato to visit Ronald Schroeder at the St. Joseph hospital. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Prlngel and Mrs. Margaret Looft, Swea Cijy, were Thursday shoppers at Algona. Mrs. Otto Stehzel and Marion and Mrs. Rose Moulton were Friday afternoon visitors at the Lou Nitz home. Mrs. C. M. Oswald and Mrs. Richard Oswald of near Elmore spent Friday visiting at the H. Fi Zielsko home. Paul Gelhaus has purchased the Frank Nitz property in the east part of town and will take possession March 1. Mrs. Wm. Green and Esther and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Herb Zielske. Mrs. Lela Weidencamp of Spirit Lake visited at the home of her mother Mrs. August Spank over the we'ek end. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Hendricksen are caring for their granddaughter, Joan Henricksen, while her parents are picking corn. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan Thomas Garry sang a solo, ''Let's and family were visitors Sunday Rritief IMmir rilnfv In rilH ril<-»t«tf" _*. *t_ _ * * «*• n ... » Bring New Glory to Old Glory accompanied by JJiss Hosack. Vote on Charter Application as. to whether we would have a unit charter was voted on and accepted. Mrs. T2. A. Carpenter then read the charter and it was signed first by mothers having the most sons in the service. Mrs. H. M. Dyer had four sons and was the first signer, Mrs. Steve Powers and Mrs. Wm. Speicher with three- boys were next in line. They were followed by mothers of two and one son, then by wives, sisters and daughters. Twenty-nine signud the charter and paid the dues. Others may sign the charter at the next meeting to be held in two weeks, Nov. 3, at the town hall. Meeting at Algona A district meeting was held at Algona Tuesday, Oct. 26, at the Congregational church. Mrs. Ed Looft was chosen delegate and Mrs. Steve Powers alternate. Mrs. Leo Anderson accompanied them. Others also attended. Mrs. George Thompson for the last several months has taken care of the service record cards; also the scrap book sheets and Mrs. Edward Nuss and Mrs. Jack McDonald were helpers. At the next meeting • some of the county officers will be with us to organize the U.S.W.A.' and for installation. [ August Gabel was a business visitor' at Forest City on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Bashara and children were Friday shoppers in Fairmont. Ervin Swartz is home from a camp in Colorado with a medical discharge. Mrs. Alfred Zielske was. a dinner guest at the H. F. Zielske home on Friday. Mrs. Wm. Wenzel of Swea City spent several days with her mother, Mrs. August Sprank. Mrs. Max Nitz, Mrs. Lou Nitz H r m Me. at the home of Mrs. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. Henry Felder at Whittemore., Mrs. Josephine Weise went to Blue Earth Tuesday to visit at the home of her sister, Mr. ancl Mrs. Herman Melz. She returned Thursday evening. Mrs. Margaret Thompson came Wednesday to be with her mother, Mrs. Mary Welch, who is ill at her home here, after spending several days at her home in Minneapolis. Mr.- and Mrs. Ed Halverson, Mr. andJMrs. Jerry Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. • L. W. Weimer and Mrs. D. B. Mayer attended the Lakota bazaar en Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hdrry Schroeder and'family and Mrs. Albert Brand spent Wednesday at Mankato visiting with Ronald Schroeder who is at the hospital. Mrs. Schroeder remained to be with Ronald for somo time. There will be a special service at the Evangelical, and Reformed church on Sunday, Oct. 31, in commemoration of the home mission work of the denomination. This service will be at 11 o'clock and Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Word was received by Mrs. Herb Zielske stating that her son John who is in the navy, and has been serving overseas somewhere in the Pacific, has reached the United States 'and expects to get a leave in the near future which he will spend at the parental Herb Zielske home. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Sunday dinner. guests at the Geo. Gray's were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Daniels and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stow, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. G. O.' McFarland, son Darrell and Mrs. Wallace Godden and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at Robert Hamilton's, Algona. Pfc. Verl Baas came Friday for a 15 day furlough with home folks. He has had the -pleasure of visiting several times recently with his brother, Seaman 1-c Melvin Baas. Emil Eimers has purchased a new two-row corn picker and will make quick work of his corn picking. He and his sons have just finished combining soy beans for a number of neighbors. Lt. Floyd Stott, a paratrooper, is leaving this week after a short furlough at home. The Stotts were Sunday guests at Gerald Brace's, Burt. Friday supper ;uests at Stott's were the William ind Donald Ringsdorf families and Mr. and M r °. T<eo Immertall ana :aby of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins and Mrs. Ihno Gerdes were Mason City shoppers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich and Mrs. Al Wagner went to Mason City Thursday on business. Ruth Meuhe of Albert Lea, Minn., came Friday evening and spent the week end at the home of her sister, Mrs. Urban Lickteig. Mrs. Olaf Funnemark returned home last week from Edgerly, W. D., where she had visited her sister, Mrs. Charles Halvorson, a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Sylvester arman home in Stilson. The ladies are sisters. Mrs. Henry Swanson and Mrs. 3uy Dimond were hostesses to the Priscilla Phoebe society Wednesday afternoon. The meeting was held in the local Congregational church basement. Mrs. Lester Larson entertained at a birthday coffee party Saturday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Olaf Funnemark and Mildred, Mrs. Sam Alne, Mrs. L. L. Lease and Mrs. Forrest Christensen. Friday evening dinner guests at :he Henry Haverly home honor- ng their nephew, Paul Carman, were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Carman, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux. Seaman 2nd Class James Putz- stuck of Camp Scott, Farragut, Idaho, came Sunday morning for a 15 day furlough at his parental Bert Putzstruck home at LuVerne. The Putzstrucks were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Tillie Loebig. Mrs. W. Schwartz, the former Louisa Fox, and her baby came Friday and visited at her parental Frank Fox home till Saturday evening. Mildred Fox and Geral- dine Bruns accompanied her to her home In Mason City where they visited till Sunday evening. Cpl. Dennis Vitzthum of Camp Hulen, Texas, spent a few days furlough at his parental George Vitzthum home last week. He went to Chicago to visit a special girl friend. Tom Vitzthum is in the south Pacific and George Vitzthum is in Camp Pine, New York. A baby boy came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Vitzthum Saturday, Oct. 23. The mother is the former Mildred West and they have one other child, Joy. Mrs. Irene Studer is at the Vitzthum home caring for the baby and mother and the household duties. Pfc. Julius Monson of Camp Polk, La., came Monday to spend a 15 day furlough at his parental Mrs. Eva Monson home. Martin Monson had been in Camp Young, Calif., but was transferred to San Francisco several weeks ago and since that time Mrs. Monson has had no word from him. He was probably sent to the southwest Pacific area. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday,' Nov. 8, instead of their regular night, the 1st. New members will be initiated. Members of the Legion and Auxiliary are planning to attend the fall conference at Fort Dodge Tuesday, Nov. 2. The Auxiliary will meet at 9:30 a. m. and the Legion at 2 p. m. Joint banquet at 6:30 in the Warden hotel. Sunday guests at the Alf Studer home were their three daughti** and their families: Mr. and MA Leo Young and two children ot Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs and two children of Hayfield; Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. George Kelch, Jr., and two children of Kanawha. Gerald Studer leave* to the army. He is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Waldschmidt of Fort Dodge, former Wesley vicinity farmers, became parents of their third child, a foaorfr girl, Saturday morning at a Fort Dodge hospital. The mother is the former Edna Mae Lickteig; oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig. The other two children are Joan'and Patty. Mrs. Dennis Lickteig, nee Luetla Waldschmidt, is caring for the lousehold duties at the home of her brother, Elliott Waldschmidt. = § Whittemore News r Rhythm Step Shoes Wfc/fe there it i still a selection, get your pair of light, lovely RHYTHM STEP Shoes. Stunning beauty for social hours...ghrious comfort for your extra walking..• with the magic of invisible RHYTHM TREADS... a triple lift at heel, at arch and at • the ball of the foot. \ 7*95 SANDRA KRESENSKY'S IllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllOIIIIII^ A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kollasch Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz spent Sunday afternoon visiting at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mr§. Herbert Potratz at Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and family and Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer -were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs. Orville Barber and son Norman and daughter Marlis were Emmetsburg visitors Monday afternoo.n Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele and daughter Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Kollasch and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Bisenins were Sunday .visitors at the Albert Eisele home near Blue Earth, Minn,._ * Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Mr, and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter Gertrude and Mr. and Mrs, Herman Voigt and daughter Evelyn and little Billie Johnson were Sunday evening visitors at the Henry F. Schultz home. f Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughters, Evelyn and Rosella, and Mrs. Milton Espe spent Sunday et the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mathers and Mr. and Mis.' Jack Johnson at Rolfe. Billie, Johnson, son of Mr. and Mi's, I Jack Johnson, accompanied them and will spend several weeks at the Voigt home. Mr. and Mrs, George Meyer and daughter, Mrs. Bert Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald and family, Mr. and, Mrs. Edwin Greinert andi daughter Verdell and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and son Donald, and daughter, Marie Alice helped Mrs. Erwin Bruhn celebrate her birthday Sunday eventing. x 33* WM* The Taste that is Pleasing... The Tar»g that's Refreshing... KEEP 'EM WARM -- KEEP 'EM HAPPY Three To Fourteen Velvet collared chesterfield with slash pockets for the young miss. Sizes 7-14. $14.95. $19.95 Warm leggings and coat with peasant embroidery decorating collar and front. Sizes 1 to 3. $6.95 .$18.50 Stitching outlines the Peter Pan collar on this coat. Leggings to match. Sizes 3-6%. $12.95 - $17.95 Plenty of Bright Reds, Greens, Navy, Brown and Wine When frosty winds come a- blowin' you want your daughter ready! One of our warm and good looking coats will do the job right, this winter and after. Give Wearables this Christmas KRESENSKY'S IMPORTANT NOTICE Regulation "W" effective May 6, 1942, issued by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System provides that charge accounts become delinquent on or after the 10th of the second calendar month following the calendar month in which charge was made. Any charges against your account .AFTER that tune thus become delinquent and are a violation of regulation "W". A representative of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago has just checked the Algona Business Places who have been advised that they must use more care in handling this matter. This puts the enforcement of the regulation squarely up to the Algona Retail Stores. To avoid embarrassment to all of us, please see that your account is NOT DELINQUENT. Pay your bills promptly. Remember THIS IS A GOVERNMENT REGULATION, Kossuth Co. Credit Bureau Algona, Iowa

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