The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1945 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 26, 1945
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flte Alptta Upper Des Moirte&,tAigona, Iowa* April 26, s-rfljjsSffliatilw!! :S- : ?twM^€jS£lS^i Wflght, manager of the •Graham Store, will leave Sunday :ior a week in St. Louis. Mrs* M. L; Gilmore attended a HUmboldt county U. S. W. meet- ling at -HUmboldt Wednesday. Mrs. Josephine Logan arrived ;yesterday from Spencer to spend a few.days with her sister, Mrs. "W. J. Fuller. Mrs, Date Simon left Tuesday .-morning for a week's visit with iher .husband's parents at Chamberlain, S. D. Mrs. Elizabeth Morland from <Jraettinger, is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Bert Deal, and family, Betty Jane LcBatte Is spending the week-end at Des Moines -visiting Joyce Jones, sophomore at Drake University. Mrs. Peter Hclmke of Sw«a City arrived Wednesday for a few days visit with: her daughter, Mrs. Bert Ingebretson. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Llnnan and little son, firian, spent the weekend at Maurice at the home of .Luke's father, John Linnan. Mrs. W. H. Wolle returned to her home In Belmond Sunday after spending a month here with her daughter, Mrs. Louis Lynk. Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Pratt of "Madison, S. D., were over the -week-end visitors at the Wm. Oiossi home. 'Mrs. Pratt is a sister of Mr. GiOssi. H. E.;Miner returned the first of the week from Long Beach, •Calif., where he had visited = the past month with his daughter. 'Mrs. ROby Walker. Mrs. «A.? F. Thompson returned Saturday from Jefferson where she has been visiting her son and -wife, :Mr. and Mrs; Russell Thompson,. for /several days. Mrs. Alan... Salisbury., of.. Des Moines has 'been visiting^ Mrs. Sara McFadden fr the past two weeks. She is returning to her 'home in Des Moines Monday. Ardis Kresensky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, spent,the past week-end at Grinnell College visiting Miriam Nor-ton, a sophomore at the college. Helen Baas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas, spent the past ^week-end with her-parents here Miss Bass is a cadet nurse at the Lutheran • hospital in Des Moines Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs •and daughter Helen and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hurlburt spent last Sunday at. West Bend visiting Mrs. Maahs' parents, Mr. and Mrs Lou Jergons. / Anita Rose Kohlhaas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas spent the past week-end with her parents. Anita Rose is employee •with the Metropolitan Life of •Norfolk,; Neb. -,;., v • : ••; •Phyllis- Crawford, daughter of ,!• vM^r ; -J$d'.'.Mrs/':; NvfrJ. $ c , r ,awjford •parent.' Phylis• is' ". a ', prer'cadei nurse'at the Lutheran hospital at Des Moines. - , Flight Officer Elton Elston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston, arrived Tuesday morning for a few days visit with his parents. Elton has to be back at W&tover Field Mass., by Sunday. Mrs. Aggie Knapp of Mason City came Tuesday evening for a week at the home of- her sister Mrs. F. A. Corey. She came to • attend the funeral of her friend Mrs. 'Jessie Dalziel. Bert Sankey, son of Mrs. Clara Sankey, visited at Cedar Falls al Iowa State Teachers college last week-end. Bert graduates from .^high school this year and is look- ing at different colleges. Mrs. Robert LaBarre and child- Ten Suzanne and Charlene, will return Tuesday from Keokuk where they have- been visiting Mrs. LaBarre's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C; B, Schouten, for a month. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. HemphlU and Mrs. R. A- Cowan and two children, Marcia and Judy, are moving May 1st to the Moe Duplex which Is on Grove street. They have been living in the Kollasch home, Mrs.} Anne Greer of Minneapolis left .yesterday after a few days' visit-with her daughter-in- law, Mrs. D. D. Greer, and two children. Mrs, Anne Greer's son "Alexander drove her to Algona on his'iway to California. Lt. Harry SchuHze, navy air corps,: .visited this week at the Alfred, • Semon, home while en route from the Pacific theatre of ,war to Atlanta, Ga. Lt, Schullze 3s a pdlpt and has 'been on combat duty )rf the Pacific four months. Mrs,'>Andjy Phillips and baby Andra Lou pf Burt left today after a ten days' visit at the Henry J. Phillips residence, .Also Mrs, Gar- jjett Packard ' of t Whitteinore has teen Yisitinjg Phillips for several days/ ~Sjhe l$t Wed- Mr, nfl Mrs, fcloyfl ;Brj$U are parents-of their seeondjap, H.JJI}* ar4 1^??, born Wedji^^ay.^pF •'-8.5, aUt&e Sene^ar h^BJfBia ' ftnc; ; iq jind baby are l is well, Mr, Prft . Mr, and Mrs, aeorse A, Thomas Q| Chipjajo, wiu Arrive Friday,Iflr 'ffg|»':li^<pft - '•-^'^:lS^^^^^^6OKMj:'4. & ^g^i>'"^c Mi'^5»aSS^S1^ «'; KJSSf geaji- L-fWrSSS"- 1 Mr. and Mrs, V, C. Smith spent the week-end at Radcllff visiting their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Johnson. Mrs. Walt Post of Clear Lake visited at the Hugh Post residence last weekend. Walt and Hugh Post are brothers. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Morck arrived home Sunday from Omaha where they have been on business the past few days. J. W. Madden Of DCS Moinps is visiting Ms daughter, Mrs. Martin Jenson, for a few days. He arrived in Algona Monday evening, Mrs. Peter Heldt is up from her home in Fort Dodge spending the week with her daughter, Mrs, Roy Ditsworth and other Algona friends Mr. and Mrs. G. W; Stillman and children, Ann and Marcia, are attending the wedding of Esther Newman Sunday at Emmetsburg Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukalt spent Wednesday evening at Humboldt visiting Mr. Wallukait's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Beebe. Rev. C. C, Richardson and J. J. Wadlelgh will return today from Esthervllle where they attended a Presbyterian meeting Wednesday and Thursday. Jane Cretzmeyer, who is a graduate student at the University of Iowa, spent the week-end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer. Mrs. Mae Butterfleld, of the Mainliner cafe, was taken to the Kossuth hospital Sunday evening to receive medical care. She is feeling much better now. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pate and two daughters • Ruth and Shirley of Clarion were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait. Cecil Pate is a brother of Mrs. Wallukait. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hanson ol Storden, Minn., and Ann. Skilling of Windom, Minn., spent the past week-end at ,the A. J. Cogley residence. The two women are nieces of Mrs. Cogley. Mrs. W. E. Scharlach and daughter Mary Jane of Des Moines spent yesterday and today at the C. C. Scharlach residence. Mrs. W. E. Sharlach is a daughter-in-law of C. C. Scharlach. MM-Sc Bud Hood of Esthcr- ville is spending Saturday in Algona visiting 'his two sisters Maxine Hood and Mrs. Wm Barry, Jr. Bud arrived home Wednesday morning, and has a 30-day leave.''-..., ; •• Mrs/Tom Rabun, the former Joan Godden, is spending a few days in Pratt, Kansas, packing up her things to 'bring them home She Will live here with her par- .ents,. Mr:, andf Mrs,.7.W.;, : H.,', God-. den,- : ';fpr ^the ;durationy;iv:; '"" Ensign Gene Zender is home on a. week's leave with his father, Frank Zender. Gene has been in New Orleans' taking an instructor's course, and from here he will report to Ottumwa where he will be an Instructor. Mrs. Ruby Turner Boyce leaves Thursday for Ames to meet her husband, Edward 'M. Boyce PhM-lc, who has been statlonei: in the South Pacific for the past two years. Mrs. Boyce is employed at the Algona PW camp in the exchange office under Lt. Greenbaum. Betty Lou Towne, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Gail Towne, and Margaret Walk of Grafton arrived today from Iowa City where the girls are attending summei school. Miss Walk is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt They will return to their' school Sunday. «» Julian Chrlsdiilles, S-lc, U, S. N. R., arrived at the Naval Training Station, Norfolk, $a,, March 25, where he will undergo training for service aboard a new destroyer of the Atlantic Fleet. Julian recently completed a period of training' at 'Fort Lauderdale, Fla, , ' Emll Stoffel left last Sunday for Dubuque to attend the funeral of his nephew/Lewis Kemp, who was killed in an-automobile accident. Several Algonans know Lewis 'because at one time he worked on Bert Deal's painting crew. Einil will return home some time today. '•• Mrs, A, L. Sorensen of Glendale, Calif., and Charles R. Lewis, Sr., father of Mrs, Sorensen, who has been visiting in Glendale, are arriving tomorrow. Charles Lev/is liyes in Lakota and will return to his home, but Mrs, Sorenson will visit in Algona for several days with her sister, .Mrs, Harvey Rei4. 'Mrg. Richard Halpln, Bonnie Sonar, JQ jgjlen Nelson and Catherine; Sehoby «re leaving Sunday morning /for Colorado ; Springs, Cplo, 'Mrs, Halp|n's husband is to a hospital at Cajnp Carson, which fe > just a short distance " -Colorado Springs.. BJMiRje '-received her lieutenant's as an erroy nurse iaj}d at :CfinR C,ajy _„„..„ ,,„., Catherine to, fjfld emp4oyjrjemY jn .; a B d hjls wife, ftte '" ftoy Hutzcll faintly visited Werida at fatrmoiit last Sunday, Last Week * the tlppeJ 1 fi*s VTolnes had a' brief item about the adoption of a ibaby girl by 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Becker of Armstrong, formerly of Algoha, the jaby is the two months old daughter of Mrs. Becker's uncle, John Bergman of Montgomery, !0wa. The mother died when the jaby was two weeks old and the Beckers have cared for the child since^hat time. They have named ler Lorna Jean. The Beckers have a son, Rober.t, 11, and 16, 10. Mr. Becker, who is ittaft- ager of the Armstrong C?samefy f and M*s. Becker and their I: Children were in Algona last Week visiting Carlyle's parents, Mf; and Mrs. W. J. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. David Balctner of Cresco recently celebrated thelf 80th wedding anniversary. More than 100 persons, relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Baldher called to Offer their best wishes during the reception hours Of ah "open house" at the home St. Benedict News Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding spent last Friday evening at the Greg Studer home. Mrs. Lawrence Keene and son from Ogden Utah, spent part of last week with her sister, Mrs. Emil Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Carman and son returned to Rodman, Iowa, after spending two weeks here at the parental Richard Gawrian home. Mr. and Mrs. Prank EricksOn spent last weekend and Suriday at Grundy Center visiting a sister and family, and also at hef mother's home in Dows, Iowa. Oscar Simon, MM 2-c, and wife, ' arrived Monday morning from Philadelphia and will visit till Friday with home folks, his mother, Mrs. Mary Simon, and the wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson. Sisters of Oscar are the Mesdames L. Ludwig, N. Arndorfer, J. 'KutShara Slid George Simon, Oft TJltlrsday evening the Harvey Johnsons eft*, tertained his brothers* and sisters' families and Henry ArWdqr- fer and Ed Arends in honor' 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Simon. A cousin of Mrs. Simon, Mrs. Joe Witte, of Des Moines, also came for the occasion. She was the former Joyce Kelley from Vinton, Iowa. WAR BONDS . . . buy them and "Let's Win This War." 1 Expert , ftichard ' SuMday in ents, Mr. and Mrs. .. ock. Dick has just completed hi* basic training at the arih^ filf field at Atnarillo, Texas, and tup now been transferred t6 Stoust Falls, S. D, He is a radio ope?* ator, mechanic and gunner, WMir at Amarillo he qualified as an ,es* pert rifle and pistol shot, -——.*—~^~,-*-a-± • •!-.•• • r i in-r,,A' Huxtable Home and Auto Supply Phone 133 108 East State EXTRA VALUES! 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