The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1945 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1945
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IN SOUTH PACIFIC GRANTED LEAVE Mrs, Andrew Godfred- -sen re'eelved,a telephone call late • Suhday evening .from • her son, Lttwell Samp, aviation radio -man ' 2«e, ffpni Alflmedaj Calif,, where ' .he had just arrived foy boat from the South Pacific. He has been *-atatlofted overseas In the Philip.* He flew to the Hawaiian <stft at ett 1«F tH6 State*. ft* will ftfiVS 30 day leave .but Will not be able to leave, California for a week 6f ten days 'as he has to await orders there for further as* sigftmSnt. H« is on liberty and is enjoying sightseeing there. He repairs radios on grounded, planes. , Winkle Enfout6 Prbrti Overseas t*vt. Wallace Winkle, son of Mr. and Mrs, Clatr Winkle, who has been serving the past 38 months With the signal dorps; 34th dlvisidft overseas and lor th6 last two years has been stationed In Italy, is due home on rotation ,1 ur- lough soon. A letter addressed to hind was returned from New York With the notice on the envelope that he was enroute to the U. 8. His parents are looking forward to his arrival. Joe Llchter Visits Here Joe iiiehter, who works in the ordnance 1 department at an Indian Head, JVtd., defense plant, came home Saturday on a 10 day leave for a visit with his wife and children. His wife is the H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage, of all kinds Long distance hauling, Every load Insured against loss or .damage. Equlppwl to do all kinds of draylng and haul- Ing. jutttf Mar? Ois*h. A,, tern-fly dlnHfif was held here Sunday ; at the Lawfehde Qtech horn* Ifi w honor. Attending wef-6 the John Glsches, Mr. and Mrs. William Specht and the Llchters. A grouts' of friends dropped In on Mrs. Floyd Gardner Sunday evening, It being her birthday an- ntvefsafy. Cards were played followed toy lunch ibrought by the guests. Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Heerdt home were the Leonard and C. W, Heerdt families and M. M. Lowmlller, the latter of LuVerne. Mr. Lowmiller is an uncle of Mrs. Heerdt. Mr. and Mrs. John Oisch .it- tended the operetta, "The Mock- Ing Bird", given at St. John's parochial school at Bancroft Sunday evening, Mrs. Gisch's sister, Helen Mescher, had a supporting role in the cast. -. Irma Miller of Joliet, ill,, has been a guest at the Lester Johnson home. She works in a laboratory there where she is a medical technician. She is a daughter of George Miller of Bancroft. Her mother having passed away, her father returned to Joliet with her for a visit. They left Sunday evening. ' Mrs. Andrew Godfredsen entertained the Cresco Embroidery club at her home here last Wednesday afternoon. Fifteen members were present, also two new ladies who just recently moved into the community, Mrs. Heater and Mrs. Pitman. Mrs. Kenneth Samp of Algona was also ,a guest. Lunch followed a social afternoon. Max Clark, Art Jenson and Floyd Dodd were donors to the blood toank at Fort Dodge Friday. He proved he coulcTtake it"! < One O'f 'the epic' foot journeys of all time was the treK • over the Oregon Trail in the MOs and '60s. Among the ;- thousands who trudged it, was young Ezra Meeker, in 1852. Meeker made the trip again when 76 years • old—this time from West to East to interest America in • erecting suitable monuments to mark the famous old traill ' Ezra Metker's foot journey was made for sentimental reasons. A lot of motor car owners are 'going on foot -; today—and there's no sentiment about it. Their cars ;are wearing out! If you don't want to join them, give ;• your car the care it needs to keep it running right, ••running longer,'and running farther on every gallon of ,: gasoline. Right now it's time for your Standard Oil jDealer's 10 Star Spring Tune-up. STANDARD SERVICE He made history— ""'gSingand'.coming.'" (See story above, left) Keep ywr car running stronger.!.longer! STANDARD OIL DEALERS' 10 STAR SPRING TUNE-UP ' Buy more War Bondt Bode New* Items Bode Resident After Short tllnes* Osmund Watnem passed away April 8 after an llttteSS of short duration. Funeral services were held in the Bode Lutheran church Thursday afternoon. H« is survived toy his wife and daughter, Mrs. Vernon Tompkins, anfl three small grandchildren, Services were conducted toy Rev. O. B. Anderson of Humboldt alid 'burial was in the Bode cemetery with the Skaugstad funeral ihome in charge. Pallbearers were John Jenson, Severt Nelsen, Andrew Espeland, Carl Olson, Haldor Dale and Ben Pylibsen. Three Bode Soldiers Meet In London Area Pfc. Wallace Mitsven haS written his parents of a meeting in London with two other Bode boys, Tech.'Sgt. Eugene Carlson and PVt. Robert Sbrlein, whose parents now live in Humboldt. They took several sight seeing trips together in and around Lim- don, Pfc. Mitsven has been in the invasion of Anzio Beachhead in Italy and in the invasion of France where he'was wounded, and was in hospitals in France and England for six months. He is now in a replacement center and hopes soon to be back with Company G, 157th Infantry of tho 7th Army. Mrs. E. H. Norman has returned from Grand Rapids, Mich., Where she has been for several days wtih her husband. Max Clark, Art Jensen and Floyd Dodd were in Fort Dodge Thursday where they donated blood to the blood bank. Staff Sgt. Kenneth Dale who was wounded in action overseas a short time ago, has toeen, returned to the States for convalescence. The Humtooldt county auxiliary meeting which was scheduled to have met Saturday in Bode, was postponed and will be held at a later date. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyons weve Mr. and Mrs. D. Ladman of Ames and Mr. and Mrs/Isaac of Nevada, Iowa: i Florence Larson has returned to her school duties at Coun Rapids after spending the weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs. O. T. Larson. C. W. Mattice, Coxswain S-lc, after an extended leave here with his wife and family and his parents, in Fort Dodge, has left for Wilmington, Calif. Richard Satern, Radioman 'S-lc sent his parents a message from New York City telling them he was leaving that day on a "transport for overseas. ,•••'• ,. N. A. Nasby, who is a medical patient in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge, has been '."given blood transfusions and his- condition is somewhat improved. A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Berg/March 21. The Bergs have oneV other child, Sandra Kay. , Mr. -Berg is doing government work in Decatur, Alabama. •••** Pfc. Lewis Olson returned to Everett, Wash., after a: .21 day .furlough at home. He h4s, .been stationed at Prince RupS&j Canada; for 2%- years- -with t«|a*rmy transportation corps. jt " Mr. and Mrs. Art Christianson heard from their 18-year-old son Richard who was recently Inducted into the army at Fort Sneli'ng and was sent from there to a training camp at Fannin'/^Texas. Anna G. Rossing and Mrs. Gay Thompson of Humboldt entertained Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gullixson and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Morse and daughter Lucille at Sunday dinner at the home Of the former. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Satern have returned from a visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice DeBoo of Moline, 111. Their little granddaughter who had toeen with them for some time, remained with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olsen received a message from their son, Sgt. Orville N. Olson, April 12, telling them he had landed in the States and would soon be seeing them. Sgt. Olsen, who has been a prisoner of war in Stalag 3-c in Germany since last October, was released by the Russian army in March. Memorial services for Start Sgt. George Williams will toe held in the Bode Lutheran churcn Sunday, April 29, conducted by Rev. O. B. Anderson of Humboldt. Staff Sgt. Williams was killed in action on the island of Luzon Feb. 25. His wife has been making her home with her mother, Mrs. O. T. Larson. Lt. Garman Aure writes his home ifolks that he in company with several other officers of tho army air corps, is occupying an evacuated German house somewhere in Germany. The home is modern, fully equipped with furnishings, even to feather mat- dresses, and are getting plenty of fresh eggs from the chickens thai were left. Lt< Herbert Larson arrived Saturday night from Florida where he had been in a convalescent hospital for some time. He had been a German prisoner of war for mamy months in Rumania where his plane was shot down while flying over the Rumanian oil fields on a bombing mission. His sister Mona of St. Paul, is also home for a few days. wx&^^ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Namer of Mallard were Sunday Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbaeh. Jerry and Richard Cink were week-end visitors at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cink. Mr. and Mrs. Aloyslus Kirschbaum of Crystal Lake were Sunday visitors at the home of his mother, Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, Darrell t^id Rhonda of near Doan, were Sunday evening visitors at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mrs. Pearl Buekema, Johnny, Betty, Donald and Franklin were Sunday visitors at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Azarskt and family near Kana- Wha. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steven of DANCES LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, April 20 Lynn Kerns Tuesday, April 24 Earl Hunt Friday, April 27 Henry Charles .Dancing 8:30 F. M. to 11:46 P. M. Without Intermission. ter, home On furitagfi frofft service, with his Wife HE SHOOTS TROUBLE Part of a letter from a Northwestern Bell man in the Army Signal Corp*. One man out of every >lx who were with this Company when the war started is now with the armed forces. Many are using their skills learned In peacetime to provide communication service on the fighting fronts. Here at home, operators, linemen, business office representatives, accountants, managers, in* stallers—all of the neatly 14,000 telephone people —are providing a service that helps to maintain pro* duction in plants and on farms, to train and equip troops, and to carry on essential government and civilian wartime activities. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY FENTONNEWS Hev. and Mrs. Frederick, new Lutheran pastor, were visitors of the local aid Thursday. At this meeting Mrs. Lloyd Sunday was welcomed as a new member. Rev. Preul, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Behne and Janet, Jim and Jerry HoUdorf, Billy Stoeber, -Layton Behne and Ray Cornelius attended a Youth Fellowship rally at Swea City Sunday afternoon . Mrs. Dora Bauer of Minneapolis .and Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Reimers of Dundee, 111., ;arrived Thursday to attend the funeral of Henry Reimers, Mrs. Bauer was Mr. Reimers 1 sister and Wm. and Henry Reimers were brothers, Sgt. W. A. Reimers ^ Fort Ord, Calif.,, and Mrs. W. W. Reimers of Des Moines arrived Friday for the funeral of Henry Reimers. Mrs. Reimers returned, to_ Des Moines Sunday and Sgt, Rei T mers remained here until Tues* day. Harlan Elmers was honored at a dinner Sunday by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eimers, in horibr of his confirmation. Guests were Mr, and Mrs. Emil Eimevs, Donald and Darlene of Bun; Mr, and Mrs. Hansen of Ringsted; August Meyer, Mrs. Kathryn EI- mers, Mrs, Evelyn Hansen and Alice Olson of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. JJarold Eimers. A Cub Scout meeting was held at the Everett Preyer home. Mrs, H. W, R.«sJce is the leader. Ten boys, 'Marvin Bollinger, Maurice Krause, L,arry q?heesfleld, Finnestad, Don De Sart, Art Ijen, Puane Preyer, War4 f and Lynn Rusjce were present at the meeting. A number of the boys tooH the "wolf test." A c«U was -4epi4ed upon, a rope tyjwg congest wag heft and game? were pfayf-id. After the meetjwg a lunch waj? served by the . Mr. end Mrs, Emil entertaijied st dinner Sijntfjiijr * honor o| their daughter, . _Mjry BU?abath. g«es,ts were, Key, iwl Mrs. Otto and family, M,r> an(| q FgulstJch and ' Alfred end Mm amily, end t i N AX ION A L FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES WIMESAP APPLES 2 Lbs. WASHINGTON, EXTRA FANCY AND FANCY TOMATOES 26' FANCY FLORIDA REPACKED PASCAL CELERY CALIFORNIA CARROTS GREEN •!_ _. TOP J* , Bu " el1 NEW, GREEN, SOLID HEADS CABBAGE 2 u.. 13c HOME GROWN GREEN ONIONS ... ^ Sc MINN. GLOBE YELLOW ONIONS,. 5 u .. 14c TEXAS GROWN BEETS 2 FBE8H, CURLY LEAF SPINACH Beta. 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