The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1945 · Page 7
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IT CIVEN :OMMUNION Ai #Mgh fires* fthursday mwn Int itiSjO'eioek, May 10, read by HeW,.j6hn Neptiet. ten children ive 1 their first holy com- f hd Children are DarMn ; fiaMell Dowh, Paul 'Qr'andjenet. Warner LudWlg, D6n- •alfct Pfeshel, James 'Rosettieyeff lx>i*en ^Arndorfer, Gloria Widen atfd tltella Lalller- ; S *———* Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilger of LuX •Vctfie Were Sunday visitors at the Sim" Herner 'home. Mrs. Bob Rusher and children of LUVerne were Sunday visitors with her aunt here, Mrs. B. Dorr, Lorena Huschka of Eagle Grove was an over Sunday visitor here With 'her aunt, Mrs. Al Rosen- •meyer. Mr. and Mrs- John PreUShel and family were Sunday dinner guests with the Roy Bornholtz family rit "Wesley, 'i Mr. and ,Mrs. Leo Immerfall and .Datlene of Algona and Mr- ana Mrs. George Grlen and family • were Sunday guests of their mother, Mrs. Frances Immerfall.•Rev,, John Neppel and sister Emma enjoyed a visit a week ago 'Sunday from a sister, Mr- and Mrs. Charles Laxterkamp and son "Marvin of Carrbll. The son Majr- vtn has nearly three years of setvide'' in Africa, Italy and Southern France. . ; Monte' Scabba arrived here to join his family at 1 the home of his •wife's mother, Mrs. Marie -Rosen- Tneyer. He has 'been in the Pacific /war. zone for three years and has suffered from ulcers of the stomach and because of which he lias received a medical discharge. Mrs. Paul Rieser and Mrs. Marie Hando of Oak Park, 111., were last week house guests of the Nick and Emil Arndorfers. On Sunday*a family gathering was Tield at the .Nick Arndorfer home and present were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Arndorfer and children, the Dennis-Carroll family of LuVerne, _ . Mrs- ftay pTfcfcetia arid eM< dren of Storm Lake. Roy Plckens wds- Iriditttid IHfd' the afrtiy about two mohths since, .Mr. and Mrs. Johii.Oraridj6n'et enjoyed a visit over Sunday from one of Mrs. Grandjenet's brothers from Cflffdllj Hefiry Rlesenber^ and rfamily. Sunday aftefno&n the fdllowing gathered at this parental Grandjehet home; Mr. and Mrs. Anton Grandjenet and family; Mr- and Mrs. Herb Arndorfer and daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Johft Grandjehet, Jr., and family; Mr. Md Mrs. Dale widen and daughter and Mr. and Mr£, Joe Grand- jenet and family. Barbara' Haggard Named to Pi Kappa Lambda Honorary • Barbara • Haggard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. p. Haggard, is 6ne of 20 attending Northwestern University, who has been elected to membership in Pi- Kappa Lambda, national music honorary. PI Kappa Lambda, the highest musical honorary group, is equal to Phi Beta Kappa scolastic honorary- Barbara is a senior at Northwestern this year." Local Lions Met as Usual on VE-Day Notwithstanding it being VE- Day the attendance at the regular Lions club dinner Tuesday was good. Bill Dau showed,several reels of his movies and which were much enjoyed. Henry Bunkofske .was the program chairman. Don Boevers Was introduced as a new member of the club- Marriage Licenses On the Wane Again .Only one license to wed was issued by 1 County Clerk Helan White the past week, to Edward Hammond and • Frances Schueler, both of Bancroft. One Algona young lady is of the opinion that the shortage of men is responsible for the situation, nobody getting married- At that she might have something there. ' ..'• Henry Field's Seeds We carry a full line of Garden Seeds, 'also Vegetable Plants direct from Humboldt Green House. ; . , ' I All kinds of Farm Seeds and Mule Hybred Seed,,,£prn, ajso Nitrogen for Soybeans. „-„ Cluck Grit, Oyster Shell, and Peat Moss for chick bed. '•"*• A iull line of Sargent's Feeds on hand. White's Market ,H Phone 631 ' •' Algona, Iowa • - - ' , (••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••si 'I/a IICUIDS MADE A SPEECH .<mtt """ -""•" Some years after the turn of the xentury, jWorth West-. em's" Ralph C, Richards delivered an adaress before a ' 'group of employes, His subject was, "Conservation of Men." • Richards was a crusader, in the finest sense of the word. He felt keenly the need for safety education. To him the saving of human life was a sacred duty,.. he rebelled at the easy philosophy that permitted carelessness to go unchallenged. In 1910, thanks to Richards' zeal, "North Western" began systematic efforts to reduce accidents • '• > thus thejfrrt railroad accident prevention organization came into being. Richards' influence spread. The Father of the "Safety First" movement won recognition from cities, states, industries and other railroads. Finally, came the National ' Safety Council, (be attainment of his long sought Ambition. Richards' dream bad come true. Accidents,were reduced • • • lives were saved ,• j ? a new ' "Safety First" era had begun! : "TWQGEft TBAIlv" §er|al! "Wwk; Arrow" Notice of Probate of Wilt STATE OJ< JQWA, BQSSVTH i) loxva, Mfly Mrs. AH Trailer of LuVerne Spent Tuesday visiting here with Mrs. A, D. Lehman. Mr. and Mrs, Abner Long spent Stihday until Tuesday in Hampton visiting relatives. Mrs. Ellen Bird of Brltt spent Monday visiting here with her brother, Henry J. Phillips, and family-' Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dermartd and children spent Friday through Sunday in Mason City observing Greek Easter and visiting friends. Mr, and Mrs- Harvey Johnson of Clarion were Sunday visitors at the W. J. Fuller home. Mrs. Johnson is a dilece of Mrs. Fuller. Mrs. James W. Griffith of Des Moines came Friday to spend the Mother's day week-end with her parents. Mr- and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Clopton spent Sunday In Alden where they p Hended the memorial services of the former's nephew, Warren Cox, Mrs. Fred Chase returned to Spirit Lake where she spends the summer after visiting here a week with Mrs- W--A- Foster and other friends. Mrs. Frank Barlowe, the former lola Lehman, of Des Moines, spent the week-end visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman. Jean Thorpe tpent the weekend visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs- Burton A. Thorpe- She is attending Iowa State college at 'Ames. ' Mrs- Thomas Rabun, the former Joanne Godden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Godden, has begun employment at the local war actvities 'committee office. T-Sgt. Roger Combs came Sunday evening for a 15-day , furlough with'his' parents, Mr. and Mrs. :W. H. Csmbs,. Sgt. ,Combs is a'gunnery instructor at Columbia, S- C- Mrs. Agfusta. Lavrenz returned Friday evening from Tucson, Ariz., where she had spent the past two months visiting her two daughters, Mrs. Marvin Horr and Elda Lavrenz. Bill Fuller spent Saturday and Sunday here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller. Bill is completing his first year at Iowa State college, Ames, where he is studying engineering. Fay Hopkins of Glendale, Calif-, arrived Sunday morning to spend about two weeks' -visiting here with his mother, Mrs- Laura Hopkins, and other relatives. Fay is emplo|fd b^'DdUglas^Aircraft. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman L. Fenney and son Andy returned Monday after a week at Black River Falls, Wis., where they attended the funeral of Mrs- Fenney's father, Geo. Staffon, who passed away April 28. i Mrs. \Vm. Sharp and her sister, Marjorie Paxton of .Storm Lake, were - visitors ,h'ere with Mrs- Helen' White .Tuesday. Mrs; Sharp's husband, Chief Petty Officer Bill Sharp,..is'how stationed on AttU Island in the North Pacific. THURS., FBI.; SAT. MAY 10-11-12 HE'S GOT A CASE! Meet'Jimmy Dal*/ a iwlft working sleuth who finds that larceny and love are a highly explosive mixture!, Ruth and Edna Yourtgwlrth spent Tuesday In Wesley where they attended the wedding of their cousin,, Alice Youttgwirth, Ruth is employed by the Lihfian & Lnych law firm and Edna by the Algona Coop. Creamery. Mrs. K. D. Long will Jtfiend from Friday until Sunday ih Cedar Falls with her daughter La- Verlle who is attending Iowa State Teachers college there. The hvo will attend the Mother's day banquet being held at the College. Little Carolyn (Penny) Kurtz, three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kurtz, has been confined to home since last Friday with the chicken pox. PeHfiy's older sister Joan has just resumed normal life after having the chicken pox also. Mrs. Anna Sparks accompanied her grandson and wife, Mr.,and Mrs. Darrel Sparks, to St. Cloud, Fla., last week. The latter Sparks were here visiting for a short time. Mrs. Darrel Sparks Is the former Celeste Moulds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Moulds, Betty Kohlhaas and Helen Crippen spent the week-end visiting here with the former's .parents, Mr- and Mrs. P. J. Kphlr haas. Both girls are teachers at Clarion. Miss Crippen's home is in Des Moines. The school year will be completed there May 24. Mrs. F. S. Norton, who has been ill for some time, is reported about the same. • Her daughter, Mrs. Pauline Morrow of Aubudon, -left yesterday to return home after ten days here with her mother. Another daughter, Mrs. Edna Ferguson of Keokuk, arrived M° n day and will remain here a while. Joyce Jasperson is a new employee-at the Druggists' Mutual Ins- Co- and is replacing Mrs. W. H. Raney. Joyce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jasperson of Buffalo Center and also is a niece of Mrs- H. L. McCorkle She has just completed a business course at the Hamilton School of Commerce, Mason City Mr- and Mrs- Andrew -Holtzbauer and the son Bob spent lasl Wednesday .through Friday/ at Dubuque where 'they attended the profession of their daughter?' Sister Mary Andrew, who is now ready to begin her mission.' She has been attending Mount Loretto. • Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Banwari will leave Sunday after spending two weeks visiting here with theii parents, iMr.eand Mrs- George Banwart and Mr- and Mrs. Hugh 'Colwell. Sgt., Banwart will report to Camp Atterbury, Indr- -He is convalescing and is not;'specifically stationed at any camp. ', Mrs Banwart will return to her duties as stenographer for the FBI in Chicago. Little Judy Dahlhauser and,- her grandmother, Mrs- Bert Muckey returned last Wednesday morning from Rochester, Minn., -whe they had: been /.for three WML,*.. while Judy /had an operation Ttoi| a tumor: of ;the ,*nasal* passage She is coming'along "nicely", wuer parents are Rfc. and Mrs.-Bernard Dahlhauser. The former is stationed with the 9th Army somewhere in-Germany- '•'•;'"' LUVERNE NEWS SECONP Bod C»njeron, Fuzzy Knight The yfm. Murrays visited relatives in Belmond Sunday. Frances Kabele of Goldfield visited' her sister,' - Mrs, "levin Chapman Saturday. June Miller of Omaha is visiting -at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller. Mrs. Wm. Hof and two sons' of Algona were callers Sunday,. afternoon at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. •Mr. and Mrs. Luther Nygaard and family of, Wesley visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. O., S. Alexander. Mrs, Jennie Phillips was taken to the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge Simday where she will receive medical care. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kendall of •Webster 'City were guests Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Ruberg. Mrs. Morris Kspeland of Foil Dodge spent the week-end at the home of her parents Mr, and Mr?. Ralph -DimJer. 'Mr. and Mrs,- James Zwjei'el and 'family of Corwith spent Sunday at the home of Jennie and Lottie Mason, Mrs. Alice Newland of Des Moines spent the^ week-end visiting at the homes of Mrs, Edna Larmier and family Phyllis Lichty of Mason City spent the week-end visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil C. Lichty. Florence Godfrey of Humbpldt spent the week-end at the home ol hep mother, Mrs, OJla Godfrey and, her sister No, 5299 -.< Mirob ....„,„„, TO AW Whom It Mjy Concern! " ' Hereby Notified, Th.^ iBtoif, writing purport* •be the test WW 'and Testa* pl^^.aBtoti^Der .-.-•P -*.--T *-= - ,--'>i 7* )?„ «***•»* sw4 ran}, • ^tuj4«y the , Jwe, W5, is 9*ed lor procf of, same at , Ae " Jowa, .{je* of said, Mr. and Mrs, Walter t. Jensen returned Saturday from Sioux City where they had spent ,the past three months while Mr. Jensen was attending to business matters for the Druggists' Mutual Ins. Co. ' Afchlc 3- Elbert, AMM-3c, who has spent the past 15 months overseas, arrived honie last Wednesday for a 30-day furlough with his parents, iMr. and Mrs- Joseph J. Elbert, Sr- .Following his furlough here he will go to Oklahoma for further training. • Cpl. Bernard ll-auptman spent Friday visiting here with his sister, Mrs. Harry Barton, and family- Cpl. Hauptnian is on a 7- day furlough from Camp .Atterbury, Ind-, and has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hauptman, at .Wesley. He is with the signal corps. Gertrude Uhr of Swea Cty spent two days the first of the week visiting here with Mrs. HH. Lindeman- Dorothy Whittlesey of Humboldt also spent from Friday till Sunday visiting here with Mrs. Lindeman. All three women are telephone operators in their respective towns. Mr- and Mrs. C. W- Morck and the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Anderson of Minneapolis were in Perry Sunday. The Morcks took Mrs. Anderson to Perry to visit her daughter, Mrs. Vern Rowley. Mrs. Anderson had visited here for ten days, and from Perry she will return to her home In Minneapolis. Sally Ilobson of San Diego, Calif. came "Friday evening and her father, Claude Whitehill, of Omaha, came Saturday to visit with the Charles Clement. family. Mr. Whitehill is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Clement, and he returned to Omaha again Tuesday- Sally will remain here visiting for a few weeks. Pvt. C> R. Rennet, of the Marines, arrived in Algona Monday evening, having a 30-day furlough following seven months service in the South Pacific. He and his wife, the laite? employed in the Railway Express office, plan to goi to- RidgeWay, Mo., next weeK for a two weeks visit with the parents of PV.t. Behnet, Mrs. James Fltzpatrick is spending a few dflys visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brethorst. Mrs. Fitzpatrick is the former Dorothy Brethorst aftd has been With her husband at Grand Rapids, Minn- He is with the local P- W. camp and has been stationed at a side camp, but is now being transferred. Mr. and Mrs, Prank Bonder of Kansas City, Mo., are the parents of a little daughter, Mary Frances, born April 29 and weighing 4 Ibs. 12 oz- Mr; Bondor is an aeronautics engineer for the Civil Aeronautics Authority. Mrs. Gene Hood of here returned Sunday after- spending six weeks in Kansas City with her sister, Mrs. Bondor Mr. and Mrs, Donald Orton are the parents of a son, Dennis Michael, born May 1 and weighing over 8 pounds. Donald is stationed in England near London- His English wife had planned to come to the States, but was unable to obtain a passport. The. baby is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs- Clark Orton and was born on the birthday of his aunt, Bulic • Orton- Flight Officer Winston Schroeder came unexpectedly Sunday morning to visit his aunt, Mrs. Harvey Reid, and family- The Reid family and Winston then went to Lakota to spend the rest Of the day with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder. He returned, the same evening to Madison, 'Wis., where he has been transferred to Truax Field from Georgia. Milton Espe Y-2c Is home from the South Pacific on a 30-day leave wtih his wife, the former Elinor Voigt, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs- L. H. Hansen of Whittemore- Mrs. Espe is taking a 30 day leave of absence from the county recorder's office where she is employed. Milton has been in the South Pacific m.P- on leaving here he will report af, Corpus Christ!, Texas, for further assignment. Mrs. Wiltard GregSon has r*. ceived word from h6r two Nephews, Edward and Richard Sfcill- ing, that they are both in hospitals. Edward was Injured somewhere in Germany during combat _, ra£ lit tfeatfittJmV in the- knee Snot tight shrapnel receded dufiftl vastott oi OfcfnSw'a affd f«if H to a hospital Iti this MdMi Bdth boys are pflvateiS, flfsl in the infantry, TRey son* of Fred 1 Sklllmg, Save Your Screen Wire With a Coat of Black Screen Enamel Gallons $1.60 Quarts 55c Pints 30c Half-Pints ..., 20C See Us For Your Outside White and Red Barn Paints i Kohlhaas Hardware CALIF. ICEBERG—5 DOZ. SIZE for GREEN PEAS 2"». 29 C CALIF. FRESH FULL PODS Lb$ - NEW GREEN CABBAGE Solid Heads Lb. 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