The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1945 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1945
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fhe Algona tfppef Des Mohie«, Algona, Iowa, May 24, OTTOSENHIGH 39TH SENIOR CLASS dttiSsen; The Sflth graduating class of the Ottc-sen high school held class day at the school audl- ;> torittm Friday* evening, May 18. "The stage Was set with ten chairs •'. ih a semi-circle and as the cur- Ham was raised the members of '/the-class took their seats. To the front of the stage was a stand with a bbwl>of tulips, and it was behind this that each member :,gave his talk. The following program was pre, sentedr Salutatory was given, by Charlotte Jacobson; class history, Richard Krapf; prophecy, Lillian Kramer; class will, EVelyn Speic'n; poem, Richard Kinseth; humor, Marian Undtfrberg; •>:< ambitions, ;Robert Jacobson; activities, Don• ; ald iBfuellman; meaning of th6 mottti "Climb though'; the rocks be rugged," Stanley" Veerkamip. The class song was sung by all members of the class of '45 followed by the valedictory by Phyllis Htmdertmark. Baccalaureate Service Baccalaurejalte services were held Sunday evening, May 20th. Mabel••' Schmidt and Virgil Ert- ockson, the two with the highest scholastic averages from 'the junior class, ushered the seniors in :as Miss Dumeyer played "Largo" on the piano. The high school FOR SALE One GEHL 15-32 Portable Feed Mill, completely reconditioned Waukesha engine with 1937 Chevrolet long wheel -base truck. ' VERN BATT ALGONA, IOWA **.: mixed chorus and the girls' choftis sang two numbers, Rev. Wang' bdrg, minister of the Ottosen Lutheran church* was the speaker. Entertain for Son Mrs. Helen Rasmusson entertained Sunday In honor of her son, Tech. Sgt. Raymond's 22rid birthday. The young man has been spending a 21-day furlough at home with his mother and will leave 'Monday for San Diego where he will spend some time with" A brother, Floyd. Those attending t>he~~'ainner were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hendrlckson of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Olson, of Bode. Patricia Ann Jacobs of Bradgate is spending a few days this week at the home of her grandfather Peter Holt. Peter Holt and daughter Margaret spent last week-end at the D.P. Holt home at Ellsworth. The two Mr, Holts are brothers. Mr. and Mrs., Roy Telford and sons Larry and Dean and Pvt. LeRoy Warby were .Monday evening dinner guests at the Edward Zinnel home. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hohenstein, of Amboy, Minn., and Mrs. Cora Bacon of Algona were Sunday evening callers at the Eugeiis Hoflus home. • Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jacobson were Sunday dinner guests at the Floyd O'Brien home in Fort Dodge. They" also visited a sister of Mrs. Jacobson who is in the hospital there. • Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wehrspann and son Billy arrived Thursday morning from Milwaukee. They are spending the time before Mr. Wehrspann enters the service at the W. H. Wehrspartri home. ; A family dinner was enjoyed at the Edward Von Bank home near •Rolfe Sunday in honor of Pvt. LeRoy Warby who will leave Monday afternoon from Humboldt to go to Fort Ord, California. The young man 'has been spending his 15 day furlough at .the Ray Telford home. Those attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and sons Larry and Dean; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zlnnel and rrv: : ..^. Headliners charming hats designed to promote. Summer romances! Cover-girl cartwheels . . shadow- brimmed bonnets . . frothy little sailors—worthy of ypur prettiest Summer prints. Heart-stealers all in white, toast, brown—felt arid straws. And what's more-r-they're budget priced. The ELITE Mr. and Mrs. D. Sandberg, nf Lake Mills, .are visiting at the home of their son, Bruce, anc family. Ms. Carl Pearson and son, Monty, and the former's sister, Erma Greiner, spent Wednesday in Mason City. LaVortne Wolcott of Sioux CHy spent the week end visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Wolcott. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanson vlsltct the letter's sister, Mrs. Robert Ostwald and family, in Whittemore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry White, of Chicago, visited from Saturday until Tuesday at the C. E. Culbertson home. Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Anllker spent Sunday in West Send with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs Louis Sctoafer. Pat Lynch, daughter of Attorney and Mrs. Joe Lynch, has begun employment at the local war activities office. Mrs. Homer Anderson went to Wesley this week-end for a visi of « few days with her sister, Mrs Lawrence Hansen. Dore Freeh is at the University hospital at Iowa City for a consultation with specialists. It is hoped he will not haVe to undergo surgery. Dr. and Mrs. George Elvldge of Perry, visited Mrs. Nettie Herman Sunday. Mrs. Herman is 1 being bothered considerably with arthritis. Mrs. Rachel Brown.went to Des Moines last week, returning the first of this week after visiting Her daughter*, Harriet, who is a stji- dent at Drake'tlniverslty. Miss Lillian Granzow is expe^t- ed soon from Denison where has been teaching. She will spend her vacation at home and will return to Denison in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Johnson, 01 Milner, S. D., arrived Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. J. T. Bohannon. They have also been visiting friends in Bancroft. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Burgess attended a dinner in Clear Lake Monday evening. Rev. and Mrs Hubtoard were hosts to fourteen guests, members of the Garner sub-district. Lynn Taylor, who has been ailing the past few months, enjoyec a visit Sunday from his brother Fred, who lives in South Dakota and a sister, Mrs. Hattie Robinson, of Mason City. Mrs. E. W. Lusby returned Sunday from San Diego where she had visited "'her daughter, Miss Margaret Dalziel, who. is being transferred to Hawaii to continue her work in the USO. ..rMnjincl..Mrs. Emory Seward, of Evanstoh7 111.7 were guests of Mi and, Mrs- -Hr- M; "Smith-'Oyer th"e week-end. On Monday, they lefl for Sioux Falls,-'S. D., where they will visit, Mrs. Seward's father, Lou Crammond. Mrs. May Hanlgan went to Rochester Saturday where she will go through the clinic. She was accompanied by Chester Schoby, her daughter, Mrs. Robert Schoby and her sister, Mrs. Josie Bartell, of Aberdeen, S. D. Roberta Carney, who is attending schooLat Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and (Mrs. Ed Carney. Miss Carney will finish her school year this week and will be at home for her summer vacation. Mrs. N. B. Gay and Mrs. Mamie Brown and daughter Margaret, of Salix, were guests at the home oJ| Mr. and 'Mrs. A. iL. Brown commencement week to attend the graduation of Kenneth Brown. Mrs, Gay is Mrs.. Brown's mother and 'Mrs. Brown is a sister-in-law of Mr. Brown. daughters OVTurel and Leslie Ann; the Lee Frye family from West Bend and Mrs. Caroline Telford and son Lawrence, The Ladies Rural Club met on Thusday . afternoon at the home of Mrs. Karl Long. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Roy Telford, president. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved, Plans were made to make a service quilt and anyone who wishes to may have a service person's name embroidered on the quilt for a dime. The names will be embroidered with red thread on white blocks which will be put together with tolue blocks The quilt will either be tied or quilted Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Davidson were Emmetsburg visitors Sunday. * Its Preservative Treatment means Long Life . * It's tapered for drivii post boles to dig. Metal driving *.»*>.> available* • It's strong and rigid. • It takes all type« and when it Is finished will be auctioned off. Mrs. Ralph Rich- Reader's 'Digest, followed by the The next meeting will be held in two weeks at the John Mrs, Roland Lovrenz and her daughter, Karen Kay, who attend ee] a wedding in Chicago ly, also Mrs. Starry lag WIrs. Lovrenz' aunt, there. -return.* uniform shape »od sj e fioe ' Notfse o* Prohste ol WHl several teachers .were WlM? was who WWl-wffvm* Mr|. .•-.Ifenr Milter, who -:"• ' n lent Marlta Bestenlehner wtii leave Friday for Washington, D. C., to visit her sister Helen. Marguerite Gllmore, high school English teacher, left Tuesday for her home in Duluth, Minn. Grace Miller left Tuesday hidrn- ing for her home in Des Moines. Miss Miller is the local commercial teacher in the high school. Pat Pollard, student cadet nurse at St. Mary's, Rochester, spent the week end visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, U. -Pollard. Mrs. Elizabeth Cole will Ifeave this Saturday on a two weeks' vacation from the General hospital and will visit relatives and friends at Smith Center, Kansas. Merle Pratt, EM-2c, spent the week end visiting here with his wife, the former Shirley Vlnson, and their little son, and also his mother, Mrs. Dennis Pratt. . W. A. Hall and 5-year-old daughter, Jean, spent Saturday night and Sunday at Arnolds Park where they went fishing. They also visited his parents who ' live there. Miss Alvena Miller left In the middle of the week for her home In Cedar Falls where she will be for the summer months. MiSs Miller is the high school mathematics instructor here. Mrs. Bertha Eckholm of Mason City is here for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Mae Butterfield, who is convalescing from a recent operation at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Neal Smith. Merril Bacon, Btllte Guderian, Leslie Wildin, of Algona and Don Nelson of Lone Rock spent Monday and Tuesday at Rochester, Minn., where Merril was to have his 'arm examined. Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mrs. L. M. Merritt, Mrs. Ernest Thill and Mrs. Harold Lampright spent Monday in Fort Dodge attending the 8th di?trict convention' of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. G. D. Shumway and children, David and Sandra, and her mother, Mrs. O'Brecht, left Sunday for Okoboji where they ;wi!l spend the summer at the cottage which the Shumways recently purchased. ..--•• Phyllis Walker will arrive home Tuesday from Briarcliff college at Sioux City to spend the summer with her wother, Mrs. Clara Walker, county recorder. Phyllis has completed her first year of •college work in liberal arts, f ;i , Andrew. M. Hanson is a 'new clerk "at the Kohlhaas Hardware since the 'first of the week. He is an experienced;' hardware, ;gian and was for a 7 time employe? 'at, the Algona -Hardware,- but -i«6?e' recently was with the Pioneer /Hi- Bred Corn CO." . ' > .,'.„: Sgt. and Mrs. Rudy Osier- will leave today after a visit here, since Monday at the home of the lat<ter's mother, Mrs. Milton Fox. The sergeant is stationed at Camp Howze, Texas, but he and his wife have been in Chicago and West Frankfort, 111., for a visit with his parents. Mrs. Oster is the former Lila Schmidt. • .• Murlin Westphal, who received his boot training at. the Greh't Lakes, is now located at Dairs- ville, Rhode Island, and is a patient at the hospital there. After- being home on furlough he was sent to the east coast. He had to have a tooth extracted and complications arose wiMjch ncfcepsi- tated his hospitalization. ^Robert LaBarre phoned his wife Sunday night from New York and told her he expected to be home shortly. Also coming are Orville Bakken «nd John Holdren The -three men have been on the same ship -in -the merchant marine and tiave been around the world since they left here last October ; 13th. They will have a 30 day leave. Mrs. John Fassblnder and her mother, Mrs. Mipnie' Blinkman, went to Emmetsburg Sunday where they visited Harold Blinkman, -son of Mrs. Blinkman; .who owns a store there. , Mr. Fassbinder is. stationed in Alaska and will be remembered . as , having jurchased the'A. L. Long grocery. When he was inducted into the army he sold his business. . . S-Sst. Russell Halsrud and his wife came Saturday morning and left Wednesday evening after visiting here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.- Peter Balsrud, Irvington. The young couple returned to Cherry Point, N. .C., where he is stationed with the marines. Another son, Sgt, Walter Halsrud, sent word which- his parents re-, cejved; Wednesday saying that: he had more 'than enough points >to qualify him for discharge ($4 that he expected, ; to be 1 released soon. Walter is; with an armored regiment somewhere &* Mr, and Sirs, 'AT Mt enjoyed a visit from Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes stffent the week-end with friends at Wall Lake. Mary Miller of the Iowa State Bank visited in Mason City over the week-end. Mrs. Bert Cronan spent last week ehd with her son, Don, and wife at Toledo. County Agent A. L. Brown attended a district meeting at Ames a couple of days this week. M. C. Weir, of Whlttemorc, visited at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Chan Dailey and family Monday. Mrs. LeRoy Crapser went to Mason City Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Florence Hodge, a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson and family were Sunday visitors in Wesley at the Rev. J. A. Riggs home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell and family of Swea City were Sunday visitors at the W. J. Bell home. Mrs. Daniel Engesser and little son, Daniel, Jr., visited at the Frank Eisle home in Whittemore the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller and children left recently for a two weeks visit with Mr. Miller's parents at Hillsboro, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ewoldt and family of Whittemore were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ewoldt, parents of Elmer. Mary Beiser left Thursday of last week for a visit with her brother Joe at Twodot, Montana. She plans to be gone two months. Mrs. L. A. Winkel and Mrs. Alfred Semon chaperoned a group of Academy students for senior day at Clear Lake on Monday. Mrs. Herman Hauberg is leaving the latter part of the week for Davenport where she will spend about a week with her sister, Miss Gladys -Mahana. Rita Dooley, of the United States Employment Agency at Des Moines, spent the week-end with her paents here, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dermand and family and Mrs. Stella Ramert, who is visiting the Dermands, spent Sunday in Livermore at the Carl Wiegert home. Mrs. L. J. DeGraw left Thursday for Manchester where she will spend a fortnight at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Maynard Stephenson and family. Mrs. Alex Dermand is enjoying a visit from her mother, Mrs. Stella Ramert, of Webster City, who arrived Saturday. She will be here, about a month. Mrs. W. J. Wimmer went to Rochester the first of the week to •accompany Mr. Wimmer home from the hospital where he has been 'a surgical patient the past two weeks. Mrs. Hattie Wilson left the latter part of. the week for her home at' Springville"where" she will spend part of her vacation. Miss Wilson is principal of, the junior. '•high school.-'*./;: : ,' :- .-..;-iv- Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Curihinghani, Of-Amboy, Minn., and Mrs. Mable Henry, of Cresco, were guests of •Mrs; S. J. Backus Sunday. Mrs. Cunningham and Mrs. Henry are nieces of Mrs. Backus. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell and family of Peterson, Iowa, visited a few days last week at the home of the former's brother, Roy. Mr. Hutzell has been appointed superintendent of the Lone Rock school. Melvin O. Perkins, who has been on duty in the South Paciric IOWA THURS., FRI., SAT. MAY 24-25-86 Wm. Boyd (Hop Along Cassidy) —in— "40 THIEVES" 2nd Attraction SUN., MON,, TUBS,, WED. MAY 27-28-29-30 arrived home Sunday for a leave and is at the home of his sister, Mrs. Frank flltsWorth. He will report for further assignment on JUrie 17th. Mrs. Walter Paulstlck was made very happy Mother's Day when her sons, John and Wilfred, telephoned to her from California. John is on a transport ship and was just back from the South Pacific and Wilfred is employed in Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Campncy, of Ruthven, were made happy Sunday when they received word their son, Herbert, has been liberated from a German prisoner of war camp. He lias been a captive since August. He Is a grandson of Mrs. Mary Corle. Mr. and Mrs. John Baker visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baker Sunday. John was in business at Bancroft but sold out before induction. Falling to pass his physical he is undecided as to future activities and is 'awaiting a possible army reconsideration. Mrs. Charles Curtln, of Mason City and daughter Katherine, who is a WAVE and stationed at Trenton, N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Felkey, of Armstrong, and Arto Felkey, who is in the navy, were guests Tuesday at the A. M. Collinson home. Mrs. -Curtin and Mrs. Felkey afe sisters of Mrs. Collinson. Mr. and Mi-s. P. is. ttargfeavea enjoyed a week-end Visit from their grandaughter, Irma 066) now Mrs.. Richard Cook, and their grandson, Kenneth, of Omaha, Neb. Lieut. Cook is overseas with the air corps. Mrs. Cook is em- poyed with a bomber company and Kenneth Hargreaves also is employed:! _ •••/Mr'S.-Arrfeftj ,.. few-weeks•.•$•;• the': Gfark; _... r , home and while here'she iii:fi»v sistiiig m tft'e'teadhlftt at,the ffafK* tist Bible school WhieH Ir-ili SBS»S sion a short time. Ai'deft is M' the naVy and is somewhere in th : e ; South Pacific. During his ao* 1 ' sence she is making her home wl|fc her parents at Emmetsburg. ff;: Offering for Sale The Fish Estate 240 acres improved f&rm ih Section 8, Seneca township, Kossuth county, Iowa. Located 3 miles northwest of Seneca, 4 miles E. and l"/z north of ftittgiled, and 7 miles north of FentOn. The land is clean, lay* slightly rolling and produces good crops, about 206 acres under cultivation and 40 acres pasture and grove. ; v • •:.."'. ; V Has good 9-room house, good corn crib with overhead granary 6000 bu. capacity, good hog house, small heft house, tool house, two wells, windmill, large barn 60x64 that need!) rebuilding, but has a lot of very good building material in ii, REA applied for. .-,. : ' If interested look this farm over arid send your bid to Walter G, Smith, P. O. Sox 216, phone Tio. 7, Swea City. la* We reserve the right to reject any and all bids but if a reasonable bid is offered, the farm will be sold, with abstract of title, and possession on March 1, 1946. ' WALTER G. SMITH, Swea City, Iowa Radiant Dessert Powd* pkg Gallon Tin Karo Syrup, each IMITATION CLINTON PUDDINGS FAS10N TISSUE Dili PICKLES DE MONTE CATSUP REGULAR MASON JAR COVERS SIJNSfflNE KRISPY CRACKERS '* '.•'-.• " "• ^-'.jr3if'f, • •'.. -.- •• ""•" - ,iMi.. ' y • -.'3f "*" PowiR- FOLGERS COFFEE 2 lbs 59c BUTTERNUT COFFEE o| QnalasM, lajst week. ..Mrs, QpyeU is the for, ,NeU Steley and she and her . hiaa not ta 53 years. The trje CO-HIT TOWEB T Short S H bj LARGE PINEAPPLE _ ORANGES, MEDH1SI| „.. LARGE LETTUCE 1*1 CAUrMM(MROTSll| LARGE TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT NEWCABRAGE .....:;. LARGE LEMONS ..Bunches: Dozen y 2 Gallon White S QUALITY MEATS FRESH COTTAGE CHEESE '• ;• ••'•:• -. • . • ,>r,,-.r»^— 5 "»"^-^'-"-'««".T".rT^. W KREE SPREAD ;,<-••-i. v-u;:?!' •••j'-^-V!^.-:^ jsii«;?S:j

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