The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1948 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 13, 1948
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r \ t \ {j. *$ ' ^ J j \ *^ jXt t \} f - V ^ fr »., J/* ' T J ' ' ' L • ••* .* ^ ", • ' . Uppftr ftai Mdtqfl? tussctay, 1948 Mf. and Mrs. Gene Hood are ' Spending this week at Lake Oko- bojt. With Catrie Haase had surgery fit the Mercy hospital,^ Fort Dodge, Monday. f MIS* P. A» McArthur, Algona, has beeft sick and confined to bed the past week. Jack Sfreif. of Si. Louis. Mo., i9.:visiting his aunt Mary Sterit and'Other relatives nere. Mr, arid Mrs. Fred Geigel spent the weekend at Iowa City with M?. and Mrs. Bob Geigel.' Miss Gertrude Wheeler of St. Petersburg, Fla., is visiting at the Claude Dearchs home. Mr* and Mrs. Herb Hedlund spent from June 27 till after July 4 at a cottage at the Okobojis. Mrss Loretta Giffin had as guest last week her daughter, Mrs. Roger Christensen, of Ringsted. Mr,.and Mrs. W. A. Hardy, Cynthia, Robert and Steven, spent, the holiday weekend at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips recently visited friends and relatives at Mankato and Eagle Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson and Carol spent Thursday at Livermore with Mrs. Charles Armstrong. Mr .and Mrs. Roy Hutzell and Floyd spent the weekend at Earlham with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hester. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller went to Spencer Saturday and remained through Monday with various relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Paxson and Charles were July Fourth guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gocders at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough had as holiday weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cleston of Owatonna, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold had as guests lust week Mr. and Mrs. Tver Iverson and Gertrude of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney had as guests from Saturday till Tues- Mr. and Mrs. John Pitch, of Faribault, Minn. Mr, and Mrs. Joe" Fosnaugh, Mr. and Harold Wolfe, of LuVerne, and Duane Pahnkuk, of Burt, spent Sunday at Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch left Friday for Canada on a fishing trip and will remain a week. Dr. and Mrs, J. P. Herrig, Jane and Charles, spent last weekend at Albert Lea, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Molloy. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hansen of Sexton spent Thursday at Renwick with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitch. Mr, and Mrs. John Romer have as guest Dave Beck, of Shelton, Wash.,who will also visit William Beck and other relatives at Dickens. JoAnne Loitz of Crystal Lake, 111., spent last weekend with Norma Reirners. The girls were classmates at Ellis college in Elgin, 111. Mrs. Mabel Reimers and her son Bruce left from Boone Saturday for LaJolla, Calif., for an extended visit at the Durwood Coffin home. Bill Jenkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen W. Jenkinson, enlisted in the navy, June 25, and left June 28 for San Diego, Cal., for boot training. Mr. and Mrs. John Grolte and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wichman and Tommy spent from Saturday through Monday at St. Cloud, Minn., with friends. Ralph Valentine, Wilbur Dach- enbacn and Herb Hedlund spent Wednesday and Thursday in Dos Moines on business for the Pioneer Hibred company. Mrs. Alice Duryea, Mrs. Elmer Dye, and Mrs. Sarah Nelson of Fort Dodge visited Mrs. Mary Mallinger and other relatives at Sigourney last week. Wilson and Richard Shierk arrived Thursday from Kenosha. Wis., and will spend the rest of the summer with Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shierk and family. Budge! Estimate and Record of Filing TOWN AND CITY ESTIMATE " K ° SSlllh C ° Ullty - Iown ' l, meet . . , Taxpayers will he lu-.-mi lor or atjiiinst Ihc following estimate of expcildi- Hiics lor Ihc year ;H>«inmnfi A;.ril 1, 1!>4!I. A ck'lnilcci statement of receipts and disbursements, past nnd anticipated will be available at the ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk 1 2 :i -4 " 5 6 ExponrJilure.s For Year « ~~ f s -0 = jU O en Q 2; ? General _ S w Improvement . ...._. en Road Dragging 2 Snow Removal O Garbage Disposal . U 'TOTAL CONSOLIDA'ED Fire Maintenansc Fire Equipment „ Ljbrnry Library Bids. _.I ','_'_ Band—Regular J.'"" Comfort Station Playground Swimming Po<;l Bond _ Sewer Emergency 1 Street Improvement . Water Works Electric Light Plant Storm Sewer Airport Levies TOTALS .""" •13.05(1 5.-IH!) •l.!>5(> 1.517 1.213 2.2-10 1 1 ,fl(i!) . 147.30!) 3.300 7,28!! •KM O..37(i • 525 1.2fi3 l.Ufin •420 2,100 -lin'4 2,25fi 32.517 207,0(i4 :).27() 31.888 47.700 $ 1.000 (100 1.500 2.000 53.000 8.000 4.000 7,000 2.700 1,400 3.500 875 1.750 50,000 5.000 2.248 110.000 350.000 50.000 2.000 1,700 1.500 50.000 40,000 G.OOO 2-1.000 500 1.000 100 45,700 55.700 305.000 4U.7HO 27,000 7,500 ", 1.300 G..900 2,700 1.400 3.500 875 1,750 •4,300 3,500 2.248 4,300 5,000 3.180 4,000 " U28A"" jor surgery at the ftossttfh' hospital and is now'at hoftte but will not resurtte his work at the W6ld^ enhoff plant; for ft fe« Weiks. tt Mr. and Mfs» ttbrt Botvfets left Wednesday on a ten day vacation stopping first to visit relative* ih Galena, III, and going from there to various points in Wisconsin. Mr. and MM, Clem Blbeft d*6ve to Minneapolis, Minn., Saturday to bring home Delores filbert-for a two weeks vacation which will be spent with various relatives. Mr. and, Mrs. Edward Q«en accompanied by Mr, and Mrs John. Mertz of Livermpre spertl last weekend at Council Bluffs with Mr. and Mrs, Willard Burns. Myrle Qteyfr, who, has hWft a patient at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, the past several months is being transferred to the Fitzsimmons hospital, Denver, Colo. Mrs, Mary Miller had' as last Weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller and Dale, of Grinnell. and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford. Gerald and Dean, of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller of.Fairfax, la., spent the Julv •Fourth weekend at the P. V£. Hansen home, south of Sexton. A family dinner was held July Fourth, Mr. and Mrs. J6hn Gerber had Mrs. Paul Strahm. of Sabetha, Kan., as guest from Saturday till Tuesday, Monday they spent the clay at the Irvin Gerbers in Cresco township, Mr. and Mrs. George Hobbs have had as guests Mrs, Bessie Dunn, of Richland, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Christianson, of Alta. Mrs. Dunn is mother of the women. Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard: went to Virginia, Minn., Saturday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thurston. John returned home after the Fourth but Mrs. Haggard will remain there a month. Corporal John Haag wh'o was here on a 30 day furlough to be with his father Roy Haag, who was seriously sick, has returned to Fort Knox, Ky. The elder Mr. Hans; is quite improved. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller came from Mason City to spend the Fourth at the parental Joe Fraser home. They took their son Robert home with them following his two weeks visit here. Harold Fitcu wenl to Bedford, Sunday and remained till Tuesday, bringing home with him his wife and Shirley who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stephens the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Gross and their family of Long Island came last week to spend a vacation with relatives at Lone Rock and Humboldt. They called on Algona friends last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey returned Monday from a vacation of a month, a part of which was spent at Park Rapids, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Cook, the rest being spent at The Pas, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hajrgreav.- es and Patty went to Omaha, Neb., Saturday and remained over July 4 with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves and- Maxine Hargreaves who is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sjruihers are parents of their first child, a daughter, born JulyS at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Struthers is the former Marjorie Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauberg had Gladys Mahana of. Davenport as a holiday weekend guest. Hopkitfs wtsre Mr,- aritfMf& Bulls Anderson and John Ander1 Wells, "Minn., „ "">?£• Mr!. A, W. Muehflhg, 6f sas City, Mo., has • beeli- the Sam Ha&gs and the Wards at Clear Lake. * band joined her here for & few days prior to their returrv last mid-week, ' ' 1 E*ank. Kowley of CulIssH/v,111,, ftnd Mrs. Berniece Naas .Of. €hii cago came Tuesday for a Visit at the home of theif brothesvin-lfiw and sister, lyir. and Mrs. Ai! D, Lehman, who drove to Fort Dodge to meet them. • , Mrs. Pearl Poiler had as gUeat* from Sunday till Wednesday'Mr, and Mrs. John Strand, - Mrs. Betty Brine and Mrs. Arleen Goll> fardia, of Waukegan, 111. ' Mrs. Ha Potter of Sioux City was also her guest last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller re^ turned 1 to Rochester, Minh.','Mon'i- day where Mr. Miller is gqing through the clinic. Mrs. Agnes Miller, had accompanied them the previous week and the three Carrie home for over the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Dort Hemmlngson had Billie Smallwood and her friend Howard Luhma, of Wofth- irjgton, Minn., as last Weekend guests. Thursday they were visited by A, P. Hemmingson and Mrs. Sherod George, M Newel., Mr. and Mrs.- Arne Horsford of York, Neb., stopped in Algpna Thursday to call on the Bud-'Barnards and other friencls. lC Arne, who was formerly employed in :he Gamble store here, ijis manager of a Gamble store'at York. Mrs. Gilbert Hargreav'es'iis substituting for Mrs. Beulafr;'McMa- loniin Dr. C. H. Cretzrrf^jier's-of- fice during Mrs. McMa'mni's' so- iourn at Wessington, S. D., tyhere she had gone because of the si'ck- ness and death of her grandfath- Mr, and Mrs. Georcre Kain and their children, Maribel, Nancy and Patrick spent Saturday, July 10, at Webster City. Mr. Kain attended an auction while Mrs. Kain and the children visited her brother, Paul Black, who is an attorney there. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas an'd son Philip are spending the month of July at Lake Okoboji. They have as guests their son and wife, Mr .and Mrs. Vernon Kohlhaas and two children, Ann and Susan, of Washington, D. C. Vernon is a Washington attorney. Li. Edwin Gilmore, has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore. He is temporarily stationed at Fort Reily, Kan., and till he returns to his post in Colorado, his wife and little son John are with her parents in Moutain Lakes, N. J. A Jane- Reid spent from Sunday until Thursday last week visiting at the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett, m Portland township. While she was there the Bartlett dauehter. Marcella, visited ^rs. Reid of Mr. (H Mbnd^y , Hafrtis, al eftv., -,»«v=. ney hm K» vieatitifr from Hatbld S Fboa Muin BI , ana the famll* '9t»<mt a pa*t «• it< at Mason City flttd eiear kakfi. Mr*; ftdfeSrl, <Met3iilletr§h „ turned Supday frpm a two weeks' visitvat Indianapolis with a brpthefjin-IaW and Sister, Mr, and Mrs, Wm, Recofd. While she was gqnetHe year-old son, Bmce, spent his vacation with the maternal grandparent^ at ' tionvllle. ' Mr, snd 'Mrs, • fad 2iHf»seh» Jerry, Bill, and Judy are visiting the Leon %Htts and Mrs. Anton Zittritsch. They came via Marshalltown from their home in Detroit,'Mich',, to visit Mr/and Mrs, Arno Larson. Mrs, Zittritsch and the t children will make an ex- Russell Hard' grove spent last, weekend- at the university hospital with their son who has been a patient there several months. His case was diagnosed as a fungus growth in a lung. He is recovering and will be dismissed from the hospital in a short- time, -' < Relatives, f»m a distance whd attended the final rites Friday'af- ternoon at- the Baptist church for Mrs. Paul Block Were Mr, and Mrs. Fred Richards6n, Lawrence Richardson, Mrs. Margaret Winter and Grace, of Alpha, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Weidelich, and-Ray Richardson, of LaCrosse, Wis. Mr. 'and Mrs. Walter Faulstick have /sold their home on south ban ity* . [et fpsiBSitsft et' tht ••— "feu they, v" tm'Mrftr tended Visit, Mr. and Mrs. i^uwi. bit J.i Mr, am...._ .... ef and Ernll Haftsett ..«,v c , iciui ,.$d it 6rri ft visit with Mr, and MM, Chester Heftsori ef Chettyvale, Kansa'ss they als& drbve tb Oklahptfia oh a 9i|hiseeifig"4fip. The Rademakefs, Heftitons and Mr, Hariseft were 11 all 'neighbors when th'ey liv^d ift Sah Diego. Mr, aMd Mfg. tfwiA MalU6§ have reteived anri&uheemerit &f the birth of' a seven pound soft to Mr. .and Mrs. Bailey Clough, of Kearney, Neb. Me has been named Michael fidmottd. There is another child, Sandra, 2. The Cloughs formerly ran an le'e cream pallor- on north Thorington street.. Mr, and Mrs, Paul Neilaen, relatives of the Arnold Danielsons of Algpna, are expected from. California early in August for a short visit with the,Danielsons. They have been visiting a California daughter since last fall, and following their visit in Algona the Neilsens will return to their home in Denmark. . Dr. Harold *D. Meyer, Algona, 'ias been selected as a member of the House of Delegates of the American Osteopathic association which wili hold its 52nd annual conventoin at the Statler hotelj Boston, July 19 to 23. Doctor Meyer' will represent the Iowa Society of Osteopathic PhysU :ians and Surgeons. Puane Logue/Warrant Officer/ and Sam Haag returned last week,Friday from a week's fish- 11 -* '* ,v, *\ V v ^ A i^^)^i K* «^V , •" *'. •* t: *"* -1 | ",' " *" ' • '-' i '-' a '<• >, , ••»••«••*» *-•*«• ** »»»* S&GlTiciri aui* .two fihlldnsn Darlene arid Bugette of, Sttff.'Diego, Gslif,, are at-the Hbrnejjfj the fawner's parents^ Mr, arid Mm John Seeman. They m<fts befcft here about'ten days and wilt remain until July 20. Irvirt is employed, by the Arden Farm Co,,' & chain of dairies up and <!own 'the 1 west coast. The SeefttartiL recently .built a ReW home in LeMosa, a suburb of Sah fc'Cfflfflfflltj^ ^ *,„* j8htrt<8H elgim , .^««__ ay" al'trie -Sharp* jeWfJr.V, JSWJI-.K-. He replaces^ Deaft ,Scmick m the watch shd olock ftp-art df t patMent. His httffte'was forrnerly at Michigan City,.Ina. He si war* fled Shd has thfee cMdf&nv a daughter, 5, and^a pair of iwW, «b6y and girl r .1. Aa v sotm && living quartos caft be foiftid theJafnliy will "ttioVe here front Clarion* where he ha's been similiarly employed, Mf.fichlick left Saturday fop Charle/ City where he will have his. own- jewels % waicH repair *~"' ? A -,-%t -:'i ..«TX- .; uw.u u.«v..« nuiuc un auutii wucn., .r.i jutiy liynl a weeK 5 llSn- iy'"J? e ?°. ta . street to; Mrs., Violet!ing trip in Canada, going beyond Walker and will give imirjediate' Vermilion Lake. During her'hus- CENTURY DISTRIBUTING CO. 692 Twelfth St. S.E. Mason'City, Iowa QUICK AS A WINK THE LINING IS Zipped-in FOR WARMTH ON COLD DAYS Zipped-out FOR COMFORT IN MILDER WEATHER All-weather-all-season ZIP-IN LINING COAT 49.50 Loose, full-length and flared. Coverts, suedes, _. gabardines. 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