The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1945
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- ?ft/ FORMER LAKOTA FAMILY HAS FIVE BOYS IN SERVICE —._. _. interest to those in ...J vidhlty was an article which ••appeared In the Mason City paper •recently in regard to the flve 6s- ,'good boys who are in the armed "forces overseas". The Levi Osgood family lived here many vears •When the children were small ami there were 7 boys and 4 girls in ;the dtfttuly, Mr, Osgood managed •the meat .market here, they now L tv ? & 1V f? Son &&• The boys are fu gt ' ££", Os S°od. a baker Witii the 192nd, General hospital * In England and has been overseas «lnc| last April; Pfc. Virgil Osgood left the States a year ago Iff* January, North . Africa and later going to Italy where he is now serving in a message center of a headquarters company with the 34th Division and holds the combat infantryman '6 badge, the purple heart and presidential group citation; S- Sgt. JBlwood Osgood is aerial gunner with the 9th air force in France and has completed So missions over Germany. He went overseas In January, 1944; Pfc. 1st Army in Germany --hed that country with .through Prance, Belgium T —o « and> L <"igest in service iV5*fy'•J-'eroy Osgood with a i&ESfV**!??-, He has been overseas? and back several times ...- fc now Jft frafiee. §eiof« the waf brdke oM|,he had been Rationed in the Philippines and was Oh his way back to the States Worn service in Alaska when Pearl Jfarbofr was attacked. Sud Mullarkey went to buque on a business trip week Monday. The Connie Roelfsemas of Paton, Iowa, were week-end visitors at the J, A. Bargars. Mrs. Alma Meetland is on the Sick list and Mrs. Harold Koppen is helping in the restaurant while Mrs. Heetlartd is ill. '• The Milton Prices are enjoying a visit from Mr. Price's brother, James T. Price, and wife- who live in Knofcville. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Arlle Meyer and children and Roland Smith, Sr., left Friday for a few days visit with relatives at Wilton, Wis. ' Mr. and Mrs, Leo Edwards and daughters of Clear Lake Visited Sunday with Mrs. Edwards' mother, Mrs. Henrietta Aalder- eks. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kienitz of Burt were visitors! at the parental Elmer Kienitz home last week Monday and'Donald was a visitor again Saturday. Mrs. Everett Wessel, who is caring for Mrs. Jim Mular'cy, vis- ted relatives in Swea City Thursday and Mrs. Rachael Kienitz cared for Mrs. Mullarkey. Ruby Daniels an* Marian Pingel of Des Moines Visited at the Claus Daniels home the week-end of April 7. Ruby will.; finish her course in a beauty school in May. WATCH FOR HUXTABLE'S HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Mfs. At Amunson spent Monday and Tuesday at Ellsworth visit- Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds. Mi 1 , and Mrs. D. L. Schocnfcld are leaving this week for Woman Lake, Minn., where they spend every summer. Ruth Manelse, student at Drake University, visited at the Ed Genrich residence last week. She is a member of Chi Omega sorority. Mrs, Maurice Mic'hel Is going to Des Moines this week-end to Visit her mother-in-law, Mrs. Bertha Michel, formerly of Algona, Mrs. David While of Inglewootl, Calif., is arriving this week-end to visit her sister, Mrs. Howard Witham. She will be here indefinitely. Boyd Granzow S-lc has been transferred from Port Lauderdale, Florida, to a radar school at St. Simon Island off the coast of Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. William Stolley of Spencer visited at the D, S. Hutchinson home last Friday, Mr. Stolley is the brother of Mrs. D. S. Hutchinson. Pat Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch, will arrive home from Iowa Oity Saturday evening. Miss* Lynch will have completed her second year at the university. J. C. Wimmer, manager of the Woodward store, has toeen at Rochester since last Thursday, going through the clinic. He has not been in the 'best of health for several months. Robert R. Detrlck, S2-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Detrick, spent a nine day leave with his parents and friends after completing his bdot training at Great Lakes. He returned to Great Lakes Thursday for his new assignment' He is a '44 graduate of St. Ceclia's. Elton Elston, son of'Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston, of Algona, was a navigator on a B-241that flew over Washington while the body of President Roosevelt was taken from the depot to the White House. He said that it gave him the thrill of a- lifetime to know that he had a little share in the final tribute to Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Sin** «w-°\»sr^ Mrs. George Johnson ot u . u »..v left last Sunday after a few day; visit with her brother, Roy Richardson, and family. Mrs. Helena (tuber left Wednesday for her home in Mason City after spending a week here with her son, E. M. Hubftr, and family. A. M. Cut-fan left Friday for Naytahwaush, Minn., after spending the winter in Algona wtth his daughter, Mrs. Charles Clement and family. Mr. W. C. Irelan and Lloyd Rouze are attending a meeting this week at Cedar Rapids of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Martin .Tenson spent Wednesday at Armstrong visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Helgason. Mr. Jenson and Mr. Helgason are cousins. The United Service Women of America, Inc., will meet at the high school Monday night, April 23, at 8:00 o'clock and there will be installation of officers. : Charles Huber, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huber, has returned tb school after a siege of strep throat. Charles is a 5th grader at St. Cecelia's academy. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman had their baby son Terry Martin baptized Sunday at the Trinity Lutheran church. The sponsors were Chester Fitch and Mrs. Holta Menz. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Strayer and daughter Becky Sue and Irwin Malueg drove to Fort Dodge Monday to see their sister, Esther Strayer, who is ill with pneumonia at the Mrs. S. E. McMahon and her daughter, Mrs. R. D. Schmidt of Storm Lake left Tuesday to visit Mrs. MeMahon's son, M. C. Me- JVIahon of Minneapolis. Mrs. McMahon will return to Algona tomorrow. « Mrs. Maude Free has recently b£en transferred from St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn., to the Worrall, where she is taking treatments. She has been in Rochester for about two weeks and underwent a minor operation. Patrick Devlin of Cedar Rapids is spending the week-end with his daughter, Mrs. Ray Ladendorf. Also Mrs. W. H. Lightner of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. J. E, Lappin of Minneapolis will be their guests. The three women are sisters. Rev. N. A. Price left today tii attend a meeting at Des Moines., This is a Sunday school advance meeting and will be attended by presidents of boards of education and other officials of 'the area. He will return to Algona tomorrow evening. . . ., Mr. and Mrs. John Sabln brought their young daughter Janice home from Rochester last Sunday. They have been up there two weeks with her, but because her health has improved Somewhat they are able to bring their daughter home. . 4 Kathleen Huber returned to her classes as a soph'omore at St.'Cecelia's academy' Wednesday after a two weeks absence during which she submitted ' to an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital. Kathleen ds the daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. M. Huber. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard leave today for Evanston, 111., where they will attend a recital to toe given Friday evening at Northwestern University by their daughter, Barbara, and one of the university voice students. Barbara will be the pianist. Pfc. Howard Genrich left today for Topeka, Kansas, Winter General hospital where he will undergo further treatment anci observation of his wounded . le ?. Howard came home on a 30 day furlough after toeing wounded in France, where he had been for six months with the 7th Army. Mr, and Mrs. Elton Hurlburt and family from Kanawha were Sunday guests at the E. M, Richardson residence. Mr. Hurlburt is a Brother of Mrs. Richardson. Also Mr. and Mrs. A. Behrends of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hujrlburt of Fairmont, and Mr and- ;Mrs. Donald Hurlburt spent the day with them. Lillian Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf and Mr. and Mrs. Block er of Davenport visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Schimmel Wednesday of this week, They were enroute to Springfield, Minn., to attend the funeral of Mr. Wolf's mother. Miss Williams is a cousin of Mrs. Schimmel and a niece of the deceased. Sgt. and Mrs. Elbert Rammer visited at the Art Cogley residence Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Rammer is a sister of Mrs. Coglay. While to Algona they also called on Sgt. Rammer's uncle, Greg Rammer, The couple left Monday for Windom, Minn., where Mrs, Rammer has been living since her 'husband's induction into service, u Mj ?~&° w ' 8 Wiener celebrated her 85th birthday Sunday when four of her seven children came & b ^ 1 ^ ' h ? r ' Fluent were Mrs, Ed. Bierstedt, Burt; Mr, and M ^\» Ssp lr Warner, Fenton; Mr. and, Mrs, Hartan Sigsbee, Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Wegener, all of AJgona, and Ruth Ann Sigsbee <jf Omaha, Her other grandchildren were also Ernest Bennett of Palrflcld spent from Saturday to Monday in Algona visiting his sister, Mrs. Mike Miller. Miriam Norton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Milton Norton, and Doris Crowell of Council Bluffs, spent the past week-end In Algona. The two girls are sophomores at Grinnell college. Mrs. Mabel Kcrndt and Robert Kerndt arrived today from Chicago to spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles Mrs. Kerndt is an aunt and Rob- eft a cousin of T. H. Chrischilies. Mrs. Lee Martin of LadysttiHIi, wis., was a guest of Mrs. Agnes Laidley last Thursday. After leaving Algona Mrs, Martin visited at Eagle Grove where she and her husband lived in past years. Meredith Rancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney, and four college friends spent the past week-end in Algona with Meredith's parents. The girls are freshmen and sophomores at Drake "University. Jack Chrischilles, stationed at New Smyrna, Fla., has been promoted from ensign to Lieutenant Junior Grade. Jack is stationed on the U. S. S. Facility. He is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H Chrischilles. Pat Pollard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Pollard, is leaving Sunday for Rbchester, Minn., where she is taking her nurses training at St. Mary's hospital. Pat has been home on a three weeks vacation. Elvle Vcra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank Vera, and Ruth Ann Sigsbee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs w. J. Sigsbee, spent the past weeke-nd visiting their parents. The two girls are cadet nurses at the Immanuel hospital at Omaha. Claudia Pollard, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Pollard, received quite a serious eye injury Saturday at the theatre. When someone got up to leave, their scarf touched her eye. She is coming along nicely now. Mrs. L. E. Linnan returned Monday from Chicago where she visited two of her sisters. Her sister, Freda Wassentoerg, who was formerly in Chicago, is now in England with U. N. R. R. A. and expects to go to France soon. Cpl. and Mrs. Joel Pierce and the letter's son, Bobby Pederspn came Saturday from Tampa, Fla for a visit with Mrs. Pierce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith. Cpl. Pierce has a 20 day furlough. He is a telegraph operator in the army. Mrs. D. L. Cooper and two children, Coleen and Karen Del, spent the past week-end at Stratford visiting Mrs. Cooper's parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman. Mr. Cooper went after them Sunday and spent the day with .them. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Becker of Armstrong, formerly of Algona have adopted a baby girl. They have two boys who are perhaps 9,and 1,1 years old. Carlyle, who was employed in the local creamery, is manager of the Armstrong creamery. ^('Warrant Officer Lewis Ferguson is leaving the latter part of this w.eek after a 45-day • furlough Mh .his mother, Mrs. ,W, K, Fer- jgllson. Lewis ' has toeen orit Sal<pan for years, and at -the end of 'his" furlough he expects .tonreport back there. TMr. and Mrs. Raymon Henry arid daughter Patty of Marinette, Wis., Came Tuesday to visit tlie fdfiiier's mother, Mrs. Ruth Harlan, and friends for about two weeks. The Henrys formerly lived in Algona. Raymon is with the John Deere Co. LaVerlle Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, K. Long, and Kate Harlan of Marshalltown spent the past- week-end visiting LaVerlle's parents,. LaVerlle and Kate are roommates at Iowa State Teachers 'college at Cedar Falls, and have nearly completed their second year of college. Sgt, and Mrs. Fred Asa and son Phillip Lee and Mrs. Ray Cunningham and son George Rea spent the past week-end with Mrs. R. J. Hutchison and Mr. and Bryan Asa. Mrs. Fred 'Asa and Mrs. Cunningham are sisters and Mrs. Hutchison is th<Mr grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa are their aunt and uncle. Pvt. DHvayne Wallukalt, s6« of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait, called home last Thursday to teil his parents he was released from the hospital Wednesday. Dwayne was in the hospital at Port Leav* enworth, Kansas, tot B<& weeks, but he was feeling Ane and gaining weight. While Dwaytle was Bailed at tfiej&ipitsi « hahds with OwiyM Tjhv, been ih service afnce F4b. 7, Is flow stationed At & ea&p Amarillo, Texas, where he is Ing army air corps training, tale** &tt-J(obL HOME BEAUTY HINTS faint fight ovet old Wait* paper, tfafeomine, New Of Old Piaster, Woodwork. tt or practically anything with JANNEY BEST * ONE COAT covtri practically onytfchitt. * So QUICK and EASY to „,«•: * Beautiful "flow.f.p«lal" poit.l (Ufa, * Genuln* OIL point- net waltr-mln" quality. * IT'S REALLY WASHABLE! x | * Ne dliagrMotlo odor. * ECONOMICAL— Ce«U even !•» than KOHLHAAS HARDWARE \ w« Specials on Household Supplies Sun-X Bleach .£ qt. bottles Painted Surface Cleaner qt. Soilax Wall Paper Cleaner g Ibs. 60G Kitchen Kleanser gg Arm and Hammer Washing Soda 2 2£ Ib. pkgs. |5 C Drano Pipe Cleaner 23c Jack Sprat 50 Ib. Bag Enriched Flour Candy Dish Given Free Jack Sprat Apple Butter H,. 12 oz. jar Keystone Grape Juice .......... ;;::;.. :qts. Richelieu No Points NO. 2 can Orange Juice ........ -— 1— -— -29c Curtis " •'...-(,-' Fish and Meat£auce% for Armour's Pork & Beans -2 large cans 29c Country Garden Cream or NO. 2 cans Whole Kernel Corn ..2 for 29c Fancy Rice ..... 2 !»• bag 29c Kellogg'sPep .; ......... .. Sioux Bee Honey 1 Ib. jar,29c Jack Sprat 46 oz. can Grapefruit Juice , 29c Jack Sprat 8 oz. bottle' French Dressing In Heavy Syrup Jack Sprat Whole Prunes ....I^o. 10 can '-''*• " r ~ f Mayflower JEarty June ; , „. , Peas ..!.. .........2 No. 2 cains Fancy Jap Hulless , \ , Pop Corn 2 M>. bag 29c Regular •Size '. ' Wheaties Kellogg Rice Krispies i 2 Jack Sprat THURS., FBI., SAT. APRIL 19, 20, 21 Cora Sue Collins _ln_ '••.' "VOl^TH ON TRIAL" CO-HIT Chas, Starrett —In— SADDLE LEATHER LAW" Serial; "Black Arrow" SUN., MON., TUBS., WED. APRIL ZZ, 23, 24, 25 Ferguson, ?h.M,2c arrived home last Thursday tfl spend part of his leave with feis mother, Mrs, W, K. Ferguspn, John has been in the Panama CanaJ for some time, b H t w m to Phja4elphia to gttem} ^^^f^rtvania and take oj&erfls. tracing, pefore goina ea§t however, he w*ll visit hfi wife's. Brother jn, pj,§. M. 9 ings, Ji' wife ha, been with him in * 3<W<i 904 .iyiji remain for a tfos MUtiJ John is THRILLS OF THE UNTAMED WEST! ROY 'ROGERS Dark or Light Syrup, 5 Ib. jar 33c Fruits and Vegetables FANCY LGE. NEW POTATOES 3 lbs GRAPEFRUIT, TEXAS SEEDLESS, ~, 5 i CARROTS, CALIF. SHARPS 9 S „ ' ,..,.. im Bunches RED CABBAGE --' ID. 14c ORANGES, CALIF. SHNKIST 9 D 10. •i Uoz. Tfvv Bag 84,95 SUCEP BA.CON ENDS SHANKS y -Ij '1"i North Dakota EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES in {$£? Jj^*i-/y-V^ : '^O^ .." BAKED LOAVES, SLICED

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