The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 4, 1943 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 4, 1943
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ffiVINGTON LADIES FARM BUREAU PIM PROGRAM Irviftgton: Mrs. Gilbert Hardgraves and Mrs. Donald Robison • were jomti hostesses to the Irvington township ladies Farm Bureau organization last week, Wed... nesday afternoon. An interesting > program was planned for the en: tire year and the ladies are carrying on hoping that a home econ•; omist may be secured later Mrs \ Paul Drcmmel and Mrs. Sadie Mawtjsley wil be hostess for the November meeting which will ft 1 * 6 * 1 ** ld * fl » November 4,1043 »* Mrs. Fred Mrs ' Oeigel and will present . . -" —-.0-. .YHI JJiCHUlll lesson one which will be "Feed, ing a World at War." Mrs. Geigel will also talk on "home made Christmas gifts." The December meeting will be at the Arthur '•• Krauses with Mrs. John Schuh .;. assisting. Mrs. Sadie Mawdsley ! will read a Christmas story and there will be an exchange of gifts. Jan. 21 will be-the third V meeting at Mrs. -John'-:. Weber's with Mrs. Geigel assisting. The ;' lesson material will be on "What - is happening to our present day youth?" presented by Mrs. Drem- fj mel and Mrs. Mawdsley. The ;., February meeting will be at the fj Home of Mrs. Frank Capesius ;v with t h e Mesdames Kraur.e T Schulz and Weber giving Lesson , 3 on "First Aids' to Furniture." ; Mrs. Francis Capesius will enter;• tain the March meeting with \ Mrs. Grace Phillips and Mrs. Ar: thus Maasdam assisting. Mrs. i John Schulz will have the pro- v gram. The last meeting will be i, with Mrs. Chas. Egel, Mrs. Ralph : X&ge and Mrs. Henry Schepp'•• mann assisting. The topic for dis- 'cnssion will be "Short .cuts for LuVerne Trailer 4o Casper, Wyoming LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Anderson, who have been here the past three weeks left Monday noon for Casper, Wyoming, where he was called to do defense work. Her sister, Florence Godfrey, came from Thompson Saturday to visit them before they left. The Andersons have no housing problems as they live in a trailer and take it with them wherever they move. It is a "Covered Wagon" make, is 8x24, very compact, with all the conveniences of a modern home. Every available space is Used. It has shelves, cupboards and closets in every conceivable space, hot and cold water, gas and electricity. The Andersons did quite a little entertaining while here and the women guests went home sold on the trailer idea and with the determination to have a little cupboard built over each window and door and a corner cupboard in each corner of their homes—but the s men weren't quite so enthusiastic. They believe in leaving well enough alone, for the duration anyway. KOSSUTH QUOTA IN THE WAC DRIVE HAS BEEN SET AT 13; COUNTY HOPES TO FHI LOCALS . -everyday . tasks" Tiints and garden r. Edward Mawdsley attended the : /state Dairy and Creamery Men's -convention at Waterloo last week. f." Eugene Colwell, son of Mr. and : Mrs. Lee Colwell, arrived Sunday for a furlough . folks. Miss Marguerite with the home Skilling of Bqone visited over the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H, Skilling. ' Clem Cunningham and son Charles were here last week 'husking their corn. The John "Webers have rented the Cunning•.Tiam farm for the coming year. Mrs. Perry Phillips has re: teived a very unique gift from .her son Clifton who is located ' somewhere in India. The article •is an oriental silk wall hanging -with a Chinese design and - is -about 14x18 inches in size. The : :motifs are in beautiful colors with ;gold outlines. Mrs. Phillips plans •,«n- having..,it framed. . -.!..,, ,,,:, < /ireWA-toPlace''"^' Service Photo Display Wesley: The United - Service "Women realized about $33 from their bake sale held Saturday af- * f ternnnrt in' 'thfai* PKno .*Kr*niio ct/M*a . store. are having?a suftable" dis- rack -made for'photos of our service men and women; This rack will be placed in the north •window of the First National Bank building. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick and Postmaster and Mrs. W. W Sullivan were week end business callers in Minneapolis. "Peggy", the alrdale dog of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney, died unexpectedly Sunday. The dog, who was several years old' was beloved by everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hanson arc the parents of a baby girl born Monday evening at the Kossuth hospital. This makes two boys and one girl for the Hansons. Charlene is the name of the new baby girl born" to Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaBarre on the 27th of October at Kansas City, Mo. The LaBarres now have two girls. Dean and Don Sjogren, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sjogren will spend the week end in Minneapolis and will attend the football game. They will stay with their aunt. ? Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith spent the week end here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Latch and other friends. Mr. Griffith is a state auditor and has moved from LaMars to Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan spent the week end at Maurice with Mr. Linnan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Linnan. Mr. Linnan's sister, Joan, returned with them and is visiting here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Simon are' now father and mother to a new baby girl, born., at 2:00 L o'clock Tuesday T ;afternpbh;: .at,'the Kossuth .•.Hospital.-- The; little' girl weighed -six pounds, twelve ounces. Mrs. Emma Crouch received a letter from her son, Nobel, who is now stationed in North Africa on guard duty. Nobel, has been Reprint from Des Moines Register County quotas in the Iowa drive for 1,351 WACs were announced today by Governor Burke B. Hickenlooper. The quota for this county is 13. Governor Hickenlooper urged lowans to put Iowa "on the map'' in the current campaign by not only meeting the quota, but exceeding it. "I know that every eligible woman in Iowa will respond to this 'call to arms'", he said. "To date, Iowa casualties in the war have been 1,351. It is up to us to replace those men with 1,351 WACs. Recruiting for the second all-state company is now in progress. It is my hope that it will be the largest contingent ever to come out of Iowa." Plans have virtually been completed whereby WACs may choose their branch of the service. Enlistment at 20 to 49 Enlistment in the WAC is open to all women, American citizens, between the ages of 20 49, without dependents „* _..„- dren under 14. They may be married or single. WACs now fill 155 different army jobs formerly held by soldiers. There are numerous other positions for which the army is ready to train them as soon as sufficient additional women join. WACs are working in 200 army posts in this country, and have been serving in Africa and Great Britain for some time. The newest foreign service group was recently reported to have arrived in India. Further information may be received from the county chairman, T. C. Hutchison, Algona, or from the WAC recruiting office located at Fort Dodge. - IKX&B^^ SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. B. E." Sanders "were Sunday callers at the Lou Bolenus home near Doan. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum were Sunday visitors at the Cyrus Eiseman home'at Britt. Mrs. Oscar Hammond and children, Darrel and Rhbtida spent the .week end at the John Schu- lep-home at Swea City. On Sunday evening Darrel and Rhonda participated in "the wedding of their aunt, Arlene Hammond to Otto Karels. Darrel was a trainbearer and Rhonda was a flowor .girl. Other guests at the Schuler home were Mrs. John Hammond and Mrs. Ira Spainhour and children of Chicago. in the North African and Sicilian campaigns and due to his age He has now been sent back to North Africa to stand guard. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Neville of Emmetsburg spent Thursday • in Algona visiting Gene's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Neville. The Nevilles formerly operated a store in Emmetsburg, but are now living on a 14 acre tract of land and ,enjoying the outdoor life. Lila Schmidt, who is employed in the Interstate Aircraft factory at El Segundo', Calif., was recently promoted from a final inspector to a hydraulic inspector. Sha now works in the same division as her brother, Veryl Schmidt Both are children of Mrs. Milton Tox. Andy Johnson of Moline, 111., and his daughter, Helen, were veek end visitors here with Mrs. Johnson. Helen is a student at Mercy hospital, Des Moines. Andy is employed by the John Deere company at Moline. Mrs. Johnson have another little girl a yea old. Mrs. Green makes her horn with her mother, Mrs. C. A Heard. Sgt. Leroy Crouch, son of Mrs Emma Crouch, Plum Creek town ship, writes from Galveston, Tex as, that ;he is now ; feelirig bette after having been a patient in thi hospital there for some time. I was the first letter he had written for a month. Sgt. Crouch is connected with the army ; air base in Galveston and has been in th service; since July, 1942. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee are the proud parents of a baby boy born at 10:15 Tuesday evening at the Kossuth hospital. The new son weighed seven pounds and twelve and a half They have named him ,„„,„„, James. This is the first child Cor the Sigsbees, so this is quite an event. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee,'Fort Dodge. Richard Lund came home Tuesday from Des Moines for a visit until Friday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund, and other relatives and friends. He was sworn into the navy Monday and will \eave next Monday to take his boot training at some camp. Dick was graduated in August from the pharmacy school at Drake University and received the highest honors in 'his class in prescription work. ounces. William Joan Whitty of Clarion spent the week end visiting her cousin, Eileen Thul. Miss Augusta Winkie is now settled in her new living quarters at Mrs. Almira Green's. ' Mr. and Mrsil ' Martin' Jerison spent Sunday at Ringsted, where they visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensbn, Sr. Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, will come home Friday to attend the wedding of Rozanne Holtzbauer. Betty teaches in Swaledale. Deimar Cooper is to return today from Alaska after completing his work on the Alaskan Highway. He has been doing.this roadl construction work since June. | Mr. and Mrs. Bill Behrends and daughter Mary of Luana, la., were week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Barker. Mr. Behrends is a brother of Mrs. Barker. Mrs. R. G. Cook, who recently underwent an operation at the General hospital, is recovering licely. Mrs. Almira Green had jeen acting as night nurse for her until Monday. c. Mrs. Aggie Knapp came Monday for a week at the home of ler sister, Mrs. F. A. Corey. She las been spending the past two months in Mason City at the home f her son, Harry. Mrs. Joe went to Mrs. John Coon spent the week 5£FS XStS £/"&£ manager of the Cummings store here. The Rev. D. It. Martin, Mrs. W. BANCROFT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Verne Austin were dinner guests of the T. E. Austins at Thompson Sunday, Miss Marjorje Walsh left Sunday evening for Ypsilanti, Mich, where she will work in a defense plane. Mr. and Mrs.. Arthur' Cutter spent the week end in Eagle Grove with his brother, Harry Cutter, and family. Dr, T. J. Egan arrived home Sunday morning after spending a. week in Chicago attending a medical convention. ,< William and Wilma Peterson of Minneapolis spent the week end here with their parents, Mr. and M/rs. William Peterson. 'Helen Schemmel pf §t, Paul, If inn., and A/S James-Schemmel of Farragut, Idaho,„ cgpegt the week end here with xfelatgres. ' Mary iQroessler, junior student at St. John's, entertained the members of her class at a Halloween party at her home Sunday evening. Pvt. Donald Hellmann of Camp Roberts, Calif., is spending his furlough here with, his parents, ftlr- and Mrs, Ben Bellman and with other relatives. Mary Ann Hamilton and Maxing Kennedy, who are attending school at St. Catherine's (college in St. Paul, spent the weefc end hejre with their parents. Edward Neitzel, son of Mr: and, Iffs. Durwood Neit^el, hat} the misfortune to fall from his tricycle Monday, cutting a gash in his chin. Several clips were required to close the wound, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murray arrived home Saturday morning tojm Chicago where they-had attended the graduation of their son Joe on Thursday. Joe receivr ed his commission as Ensign aa4 accompanied his. parents here for a week's visit before leaving for California to report 1qr Active sea *ity, - - : - ••,".•. J |F. Walker, Mrs. Ruth Kintigh, and Mrs. B. M. Southgate went to Mason City-Wednesday to attend the all-day missionary meeting being held there. Rev. Mathews, who has served in China for over 20 years, was a speaker. His wife and Mrs. Walker's daughter attended Grinnell College togeth- Tech. Sgt. James L. Green,returned to Camp Claibourne, La, Friday after a ten day furlough with his wife and family. The Greens are the parents of a new daughter, born October 17, who has been named Karen Ann. They er. end in Mason City visiting her son, Bert and family. Her little grandson, Jeff, celebrated • his first birthday while she was there. Bert left Wednesday evening with a group of Algona inductees who were going to Des Moines. He has been living in Mason City for the past two years and has been employed by the telephone * company there. Friday evening the company entertained a group of its men in his honor and presented him with a watch and a pen and pencil set. His wife will remain in Mason City. Her mother, Mrs. Morrison, who formerly lived in Algona when her husband was employed by the telephone company here, is now living with Mrs. Coon. , Mrs. Herbert Wittie, who is recovering from an operation performed recently at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Lcason of Minneapolis spent the week end here with the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Leason. A family dinner was given for them Sunday at the Edward Mawdsley home. Mrs. Eugene Hofius and her daughters, Mrs. Knute Oppdahl and Mrs. Alf Lee, and Mrs. Lee's son, Terry, all of Ottosen, were Saturday visitors at the home of Mrs. N Cora Bacon, mother of Mrs. Hofius. James Kelsof Jr., spent the week end here visiting his parents. He was accompanied by three of his friends, Charles Bor- LET THE WANT ADS to A WORD PAID IN ADVANCE 50 CHAIWED Reach 12,000 People With A. U. D. M. Want Ads chardt, Orville Meyers and Bil Christelli. They are all from Dav. enport. Mrs. L. O. Baker came home Saturday from a ten day visit In Excelsior Springs and Kansas City with her niece and husband Lt. and Mrs. R. S. Carlson. L Carlson, who is in the navy, is being transferred to Alameda Calif. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows of Sioux City were Sunday visitors at the home of the letter's sister, Mrs. J. D. Burns. From here they went to Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Burrows submitted to an operation on Thursday. She is doing very nicely now. Mr. and x Mrs. Farls Miner left Wednesday to return to Colman, Texas, where Paris is an instructor in an army flying school. The two flew up here and will fly back again. Mrs. Miner is the former Jean Kinsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kinsey. Lieut. Forrest Twogood is spending a few days in Algona at the M. P. Haggard home, where he joined his wife who had been visiting her. parents for a week or so. Lieut. Twogood and his wife leave Sunday for Pensacola, Fla., where he has been stationed for the past eighteen months in navy service. Mrs. Merle Pratt spent from Friday till Sunday visiting her I mother, • Mrs. Marguerite Vinson. She has been at Spencer learning the techniques of a telephone operator, Saturday she expects to finish her course, and come to Algona, where she will begin working Monday at the local telephone office. Stephen and Michael Kenefick, sons of Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick went on the train to EagJe Grove Saturday night to visit their aunt, Mrs. Leo Dobbins, from New Orleans, La. Mrs. Dobbins is the former Ruth Kenefick the army .The boys return Algona Tuesday morning. Mrs. Lyle O. Ellis of Hartford Conn., arrived Friday to spend a month or so with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Erick Nelson, anc her sister, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas Dr. and Mrs. Ellis attended the International Medical Assembly at Chicago and then the doctoi returned to Hartford and Mrs Ellis came to Algona. Dr. Ellis is the Surgical Director of the Travelers Insurance Co. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Lighter, of the Ocheydan Arrow, Ocheydan, Iowa, were visitors here Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Leroy McWhorter home. The Lighters brought Mrs. Anna Gill, mother of Mrs. Lighter and Mrs. McWhorter, here after she had spent several months at the Lighter home in Ocheydan. Mrs. Gill will reach her 94% birthday in December of this year but is enjoj'- ng good health. Mrs. Frank Moulton, the former Dorothea Bjustrom, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjus- rom, spent from Saturday till Monday morning here visiting. Dorothea is now teaching in the ligh school at Parkston, N. D, Sho is a graduate of Dakota Wes- eyan, Mitchell, S. D. A Sunday dinner was given for her with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bjustrom and Mrs. Bessie Walker, being there. Major H. V. Parsley arrived Saturday from Fort Bragg, N. C., to spend a twelve-day furlough with his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert. Mrs. Parsley and their little son have been here visiting for five weeks. The Parsleys went to Sloan, near Sioux City, to visit his parents. Saturday they will attend the homecoming game at Ames. Both of THURS.-FRI.-SAT. NOV. 4-5-6 "RED" THE RIDING TRAIL! them are graduates of Iowa State. The major and his wife and son will return Monday to BARRY . with •• .' LYNN MiftlHfiji Nflfti! BEERY; epufclk Picture SECOND FEATURE John Carradine —In— Serial "Don Winslow of Coast Guard" NOV. 7-8-9*10 MEET THE MEN WHO PUT THE* fight IN THE MERCHANT — and a Women Worth Fighting For/ wiih.FKT O'BRIEN QEORQE MUflPHY SECOND FEATURE Walt Dlsiiey*s < ' .. In Technicolor J TmRauJfc! U« Ulonf^cU/ Fort Bragg, unless the plans are changed in the meantime. FRUITS and VEGETABLES APPLES 10' •• WASHINGTON JONATHANS HEAD LETTUCE 4-DOZ. SIZE 2 Fresh and Crisp Pascal Celery .. £3? 17c Curly Leaf Spinach 2 Lb , 15c COFFEE <fe TEA UPTON'S BLACK Tea Bags... Co ' UBt 9 C POLGER'S OR Poslum Cereal DE-CAFFEINATEO Sanka Coffee 22c 37c .. O4JR BREAKFAST Coffee Cranberries 29 EATMOR BRAND BAKERY GOODS NATIONAL PLAIN Doz. In 4 £ M Carton IDC ' L ; Lab , 10c Doughnuts NATIONAL BREAD Honey Bun. NATIONAL BREAD Cracked Wheat £> 10c NATIONAL Rye Bread.. , NATIONAL oENRlCHED WHITE BREAD Double . Loaf CANNED GOODS COME AGAIN BRAND—18 Points Peas 2 £,M2c GOLDEN—13 Point* Corn 2 °£ FANCY—19 Points Spinach.... *£« LARSEN'S DICED—4 Points RoO§6 16-os. 08815 Glass Ivory Snow Pure and ~J '* f, l2Vi -° Gentle Mil IssV *• Pk 9- P&G Soap FINEST QUALITY MEATS 100% ALL BEEF—7 Points GROUND BEEF CHOICE CENTER CUTS—10 Points PORK CHOPS .... L , 29c SUGAR CURED—3 Points BACON SQUARES . Lb 17c Pcbti 25c LEAN, MEATY BEEF OLD FASHIONED RING— S Pchti B0108HA....... DRESSED^rNo Points NORTHERN PIKE . PORK FRESH SLICED Palmolive Toilet Soap u , 27c BLADE CUTS-* Point* BWP^W ^^ipr ^n ^pBi^ijif 9HH SHORT RIBS 2 Cakei 19c RINSO SOAP POWDER 23c - MEAT AAUC'C KITCHEN BOUQUET

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