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The Algona Upper DCS Moines, Algonft, Iowa, November 18, 1943 SWEA CITY HIGH BASKFTEERS LINE OP FOR SEASON Swea City: The Swea City high school basketball squad is composed of the following, players: Seniors: Alvin Beck, James Brock, Eddy Kollasety Rdy Rohlin, Lee Hillsten and Gordon Thompson. Juniors: Merlin Berg, Russell, Gibson, Robert Lundquist, Donald Nelson and John Peterson. Sophomores: Kenneth Dillon, Robert Lobb, Vern Mortensen, .Richard Swanson, John Thompson, John Tweeten and Daryl Peterson. Freshmen: Paul Becker, Darold Gabel, Gordon Holcomb, Allen Johnson, Herbert Patterson, Wayne Patterson, Richard Pehrson, Albert Saul and Merlin Waterbury. As the season advances the players will be divided into A and B squads with the A's on the first and second teams. Alvin Beck and Lee Ihllsten are lettermen from last year's first team. The first scheduled game is with Lakota Nov. 23. This is a state line conference gd'me. Two more Swea City fathers passed examinations for war service recently. Ross Elliott was to be inducted into the navy Monday and Virgil Blomster was accepted for army service last week. . * the United Service Women's unit was to meet for organization Tuesday night at the Swea City school building. Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf of Burt, county president, was to be present. Those eligible for membership are the wives/ mothers, daughters and sisters of the men of World War II. The Seemens-Palermo evangelistic campaign at the Baptist church closed Sunday evening. Good crowds were in attendance throughout the meetings and many decisions were made. The Rev. M. R. Seimens went from here to -his pastorate at Eau Claire, Wis. The Palermo Four went to the Fairmont Evangelical church. From there they .will go to the East Chain Mission church, thence to Cherokee and other points in Iowa. Lu Verne Boy Prisoner In German Camp LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler received the glad news from the war department Nov. 12 that their son, Gordon, whom they had not heard from since last February, was alive and well and had been transferred to Camp Stalag, 2 B, Germany. New Items Just Received SKIIS SHOE SKATES WAGONS ROTARY HOG FEEDERS •£ S1.65.» S4.00 S550 S22.50 Kohlhaas Hardware Warning! Off the road since Pearl Harbor . . . about 1 car in every 61** To keep the nation's remaining autoa operating, calls for better car care— especially better winter care. "Estimate fortux>yearsofuiar,bytht National Automobile Dealer* Atm. *lets cold motors start • THE CUB for motor oil selection this fall is —save that battery, protect that engine, stretch those gas coupons. Change to Standard's famous Iso-Via 10 W, the fastest starting, easiest-on-the- battery 10 W motor oil you can buy. At today's reduced speeds, oil consumption is gregtiy reduced, but batteries are older. Under rationed driving, they recharge less, run down faster. Too-heavy oil iocren8B» battery drag, endangers the motor when starting cold, wastes gasoline v Iso-Via 10 W gives instant lubrication, yet stays tough under heat—give* full engine protection, Get it today. And make an early appointment with your Standard On Dealer for complete winter-conditioning, weekdays, if you can, please. WORLD WAR TWO VETERAN VISITS IN WESLEY HOMES Wesley: Art Camelin of Fort Lewis, Wash., came Monday morning to spend a part of his 20 day furlough here at the homo of his cousin, Henry Marr, and family. He will also visit relatives at Corwith, and Rockford, 111. Mr. Camelin has been in service since before the Pearl Harbor attack. He has been in the Aleutians and Alaska and was with the first group of soldiers to land on Kiska. He wears three medals, one for good combat duty, one for American Defense Serivce iand the other for the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camelin of Corwith were also dinner guests Monday at the Marr home. He is a cousin of Art Camelin. Mrs. Wilfred Loebig has been on the sick list the past two weeks. Mrs. Lloyd Brockman of Algona visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Nelson Sunday. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cobb on Oct. 27. He has been named Fred Allen. Roy Sherman and two sons of Austin, Minn., visited several days with relatives here over the week end. The Catholic Missionary society will meet next Wednesday afternoon and the C. D. of A.'s that evening. Mrs. Oliver Young, who has been confined to her home and to her bed part time the past two months, was able to be up town Monday. Miss Clara Simon of Kewack- um, Wis., came last week for an extended visit at the Ign Eisenbacher home. She is a sister of Mrs. Eisenbacher. J. P. Studer attended an oil meeting at Waterloo two days the fore part of the week. Mr. Studer is manager of the local K. & H. Oil company. Mrs. E. J. Studer entered the Mercy hospital at Mason City last week for treatments. She is a daughter of Mrs. Susan Lease and a sister of A. M. and L. L. Lease. The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting Monday night. Several new members were initiated. Ruth Mary Bauer and Lillian Johnson we .re hos.tesses. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the young people of the Christian Reform church attended -a Youth Bible conference at Wellsburg, in the Christian Reform church. Geor*ge_ Pommer of Woden was greeting" acquaintances in Wesley Monday. He reported -the birth of a 7 pound baby boy to his daughter, Hanna Mae, now Mrs. Elmer Meyer, at the Hansen home in Titonka. • Mrs. Clarence Nelson entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ign Eisenbachee was a guest and won high score prize. Mrs. Lawrence Smith was hostess to the ladies on Thursday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Loebig and two sons, Jimmy and Jerry of Iowa Falls came Saturday for a week end visit with relatives and to see Mrs. Loebig's father, H. M. Hansen who is a, patient in the hospital at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins entered the Kossuth hospital in Algona Monday. Mr. Hopkins suffered a light stroke on Tuesday of last week and Mrs. Hopkins will receive treatments for shingles on her face and hair. L. L. Lease, 8th district commander of the Legion, and H. H. Flom, Jr., went to Rockwell City Monday where they were guests at a joint Calhoun county Legion and Auxiliary meeting. Mr. Lease was speaker on the program. Mrs. J. M. Kunz entertained her bridge club Saturday after- Milk Production Important Milk is one of the nation's most important food supplies, and the. dairy cow is probably doing all she can to supply the demand, but to do her best leading dairy experts agree that she must have in her ration: 1. Large amounts of high quality protein. 2. Adequate amounts of the essential minerals. 3. An ample supply of vitamins. 4. Liberal amounts of net energy feed. BIG GAIN SPRING PASTURE 32% DAIRY CONCENTRATE is made to combine with your own selection of grains to make dairy supplements that generously supply the very things that are required to keep your cows/qt the peak of milk poduction, and with it you can tailor your supplement to the needs of the individual cow if you want to. If you want Quality in your dairy feed and PROFIT from your dairy herd, ask your dealer for BIG GAIN SPUING PASTURE 32% DAIRY CONCENTRATE. Whittemore Produce, WWttimore K and H. Oil Company, Burt J, V, Lorenx, Wesley (War's. Stockyards, Aljoaa noon. Her mother, Mrs. Clarence Ward, was a guest. Mrs. Lael Root won high score prize and Mrs. H. J. Braley second high. Mrs. J. T. Meurer will entertain the ladies Saturday. Frank Blelsch visited his wife in the Mercy hospital Sunday. She underwent a gallstone operation on Friday. Little Donr.a Mae Bleich is with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger and little Margaret Ann is at the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps at Sexton. A baby girl, tonnage 6% IDS., cam'o Sunday to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson. This is their first child and the mother is the former Lucille Eisenbacher. The baby's paternal grandmother, Mrs. Rose Nelson, is caring for mother and baby. Clarence is expected to recover in time. Mrs. Ed Hildman returned Friday evening from St. Paul, Minn., where she had been at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons, and family and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Pommerening. She assisted with the household duties at the Lyons home and with the care of the new baby, Linda Lu. Sgt. Tommy Sherman returned Monday to Camp Pickett, Va., where he is in the Ordnance Supply Depot. He had spent a furlough here at his parental Henry Sherman, home and with his two sisters, Virginia and Delores, at Des Moines. Since being here on a furlough last year he has been at camps in Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maryland, Florida and Virginia. Dinner guests at the Ed Loebig home Sunday were their three sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Loebig and two sons of Iowa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Loebig and two sons and Mr. and Mrs. E. Loebig. Also Master Sergeant Gordon Loebig, home on furlough from Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He has joined the army air corps and will report back to Pine Bluff the last of this week. Rev. and Mrs. Hoi trap of Holland, Iowa, were guests at the George Pommer home in Woden Sunday. He was guest speaker in the Christian Reform church north of Wesley. Next Sunday Rev. Voskohl of Wellsburg will fill the pulpit. These men are serving the parishes during the absence of Rev. Kunzema who had been pastor there for 10 years or more. He has accepted a pastorate at Prairie City where •he has been the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. George Hildman, Beatrice and Elred were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner near St. Joe. They took home the two small children, Edward and Janette Kellner who had spent several days here .with their grandparents. Mrs. Kellner was at the Vincent Kellner home where she assisted with the work and care of the five children who were made motherless by the death of Mrs. Vincent Kellner last week. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom; McMahon was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. L. N. Klein. She was named Jean Elizabeth. Her paternal grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas McMahon of Wyoming, Iowa, were sponsors. Sunday dinner guests at the McMahon home were Mrs. McMahon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kent of Burt, Mr. McMahon's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Alquist and family of Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. James Cooney of Whittemore. UNION TOWNSHIP FARM SELLS FOR $120 PER ACRE Union: The N. J. Krieps 218 acre farm in Union township has been sold to George Fisher of West Bend. The price was $120 per acre. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mergen are living there at present but plan to move to a farm easl of Algona. Sunday dinner guests at the Chester Bailey home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner and Kenneth Gould. John Leininger left for Lotts Creek Sunday to visit with a grandson' who is home on leave from the army. He had been vis- ing at R. W. Wills'. Cupid has been chiseling in en the teaching staff of Union township. Two teachers, Dorothy Reid, District 3, and Marie Brandow, District 4, are recent brides. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schumacher and children visited Sunday with Mrs. Schumacher's parents, the Earl Shepards at Whittemore. Their son Merlin has been having a siege again with an ear infection. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt and family, Louis Heerdt and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, Donald and Joan were supper guests Sunday at the Rudolph Will home. Wild duck was served. The Wills raised several of the wild fowl this year* The Leonard Cruickshanks were made happy grandparents last week by the birth of a daughter to Mr, and Mrs. Hollis Benschoter of Plum Creek. Mrs. Benschoter was formerly* Jean Cruickshank. This is their second child, the first one passing in infancy, Gertrude Msyer spent Sunday afternoon at the Otto Ruhnke LONE ROCK PUPILS BUY WAR BONDS ARMISTICE DAY Lone Rock: Armistice day n.t Lone Rock High school was observed with a program presented in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the first Armia- tice day. A very fitting talk by the Rev. C. S. Whitehouse, pastor of the local Presbyterian church, music in charge of Miss lone Lease, school music supervisor, and a sale of war bonds and stamps to the pupils of the entire school constituted this program. The war bond and stamp sale amounted to $202.95. This is a very commendable figure for a school the size of Lone Rock. The drive for Junior Red Cross was also made last week. Forty-four members of the Senior High school contributed a total of $16.00 to the fund. The contribution of the other grades was $13.65. The pupils of the school are to be commended for their response to these causes. Mrs. F. F. Schroeder, Edith and Arthur of Fenton spent Thursday at the Henry Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit and family and Mrs. Will Fischer of Fenton called at the Geo. Pel- tit home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder and son Dick spent Sunday at the C. C. Anderson and C. C. Snyder homes at Elmore. Lawrence Zwiefel who was stationed at Camp Blanding, Fla., received a medical discharge and returned home Friday. Mrs. Edw. Blanchard and Mrs. Don Houck were hostesses to the Mothers' club at the Blanchavd home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. Ray Bierstedt, and Mrs. Calvin Householder accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sigsbeo to Fort Dodge Monday, Mrs. Frank Flaig spent several days of last week with her daughter, Mary Ann, at Algona. Mary Ann spent the week end with her parents here. Reinhold Person of the military police at Fort Riley, spent a ten day furlough at the parental P. L. Person home. He returned to camp Thursday evening. Mrs. Will Fischer, Cecil Seege- barth, Mrs. Emil Kraft and Ruth attended a shower honoring Mrs. James Doocey nee Ruthe Prieoe at Bancroft Saturday afternoon. Rev. C. S. Whitehouse, boy scout leader, and the Lone Rock boy scouts, Mrs. Edw. Blanchard, den mother of the cub scouts, and the cub scouts attended a scout meeting at Algona Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long, son Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hoppe and son Roger were supper guests at the Mrs. Richard Long home Sunday evening. Edward Haack of Farragut, Idaho, spent last week with his parents. He has finished his basic training in the navy training school there. On Sunday evening about 30 relatives and friends were entertained at the Haack home in his honor. He returned to Farragut Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Sones and family of Sioux Rapids, the Chester Alme family of Ottosen, Pfc. Jesse Blanchard, Ames, Lt. Eugene Blanchard of Camp Ellia, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard and family, Mrs. Alfred Schultz and son, Gary Gene, of Nora Springs, Mrs. Ada Whitehill, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard were dinner guests at the J. M. Blanchard home Sunday. Read The Want Ads—It Pays LEDYARD NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John Troff and son visited in Blue Earth Saturday at the Schuster home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wenzel of Swea City spent Sunday afternoon at the August Sprank home. Jack Moulton arrived last Wednesday from Camp Edwards, Mass., to spend a 10 day furlough here. Jean Henricksen of Blue Earth visited over the week end at the parental Christy Henricksen home. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Troff and children of Fairmont spent the week end at the Aleit Troff home. Mrs. Doc. McNerney and son Richard of Des Moines visited a week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bashara and family visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bushara's aunt, Mrs. Joe Homsey at Armstrong. Joe McDonald who spent a 15 day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McDonald, returned to Milford, Texas, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ehlers of Swea City visited Sunday afternoon at the Harry Schroeder^ home. Mrs. Leonard Warner and Mrs. Anna Nemmers of Bancroft, Mrs. Asa Warner and Mrs. Gerald Warner attended a miscellaneous shower Sunday for Esther Luedtke at Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Aleit Troff and sons were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Ernest Jorgensen home near Elmore. Albert Barnes who has been staying there, returned home with them for a few days. Ronald Schroeder, who has been in St. Joseph's hospital at Mankato for two weeks with n broken arm, was brought hettt* last week Wednesday. At thl» writing he has His arm in A cast. His many friends wish him itfc early recovery. The U.S.W.A. will hold its installation meeting in the Town Hall Saturday evening, Nov. 20. At this meeting some of the county officers will be present for ill-- stallation. Lunch will be served after the meeting. All members and any others who wish to join are requested to attend. SHE WANTS "SEPARATES"! Wonderful Christmas gift— "separates" to stretch her wardrobe! Choose her*s here from our quality collection— superbly tailored for long wear—and priced to fit your budget • JACKETS from $4.95 • SLACKS from $3.95 Shop early for best selection! Kresensky's DURATION- WISE FURRED COATS from 39.50 Coats to treasure for the duration. Warm, rich- looking furred coats you'll wear day and night for seasons. Choose from an out* standing group, all made of quality fabrics, datelessly styled, modestly priced. Kresensky's FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS ... 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