The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1945 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 31, 1945
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- ? .,-' ,4> "-j, /VsrV^ The Algona Upper Des Mohies, Algona, Iowa, May 31,1945. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jeflse •were Sunday guests of the lor -•mer's parents In Fenton. Mr. and MM. Chris Walluka •drove to woolstock Sunday on pre*memorlal day mission, ft. H. Norton, who has been o 'business in Atlantic the past thre "weeks, plans to return home thi •-week end. . Mary Thompson of Estherville I .'spending a week at the home o :her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs •R. H. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Godden, o Torest City, were Sunday 'guest at the Sam Medln home. Mrs •Ooddert is their niece. Dorothy Hulburt of Kanawha was a guest at the hottie of he aunt, Mrs. E. M. Richardson from 'Sunday to Wednesday. < Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young:, o ,-Clear Lake^Were Mehibrlal Day ''Visitors at the home of 1 Dr. t Mr. Harry McC6rfcI& Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dltsworth, o ISsthervllle, were .week end guest at the home of the former's sister, Mrs,.C. L. McVay. ; Mrs. T. H. Holmes went to Os Jkaloosa Wednesday where she visited her .late husband's-brother W. M. Holmes and family. T-Sgt. Wilbur Courtney is now stationed at Wright Field, Dayton Ohio, He was home about two months ago after a sojourn in the South Pacific.' 1 : , ... Mrs. Lee H. Reed ig'home from ,, Santav'-Monlca,' .Calif., where she spent ."about; two months with her 'daughter-in-law, iMfs. Lee A 3leed, ; and-children. •4 Mrs. D. D. Alt and daughter . tMarilyn,:- left Tuesday afternoon -. lor •pes.'Moihes ''to spend two •weeks' visiting her husband's parents,, Mr. and Mrs. C; F. Alt. IRVINGTON NEWS > Friends of Mrs. Leota Gelgel are pleased to hear of her steady improvement. , Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Thompson, of Hurt, were callers at JVC. Mawdsley's Sunday. Mrs. Robert Gaffney has been poorly "lately, confined to her home for the past six months. >: Mrs. B_ob Brown, Des M0ine3, and her four children spent sev- '•eral days last week at'Bob Plunk- e'tt's. Mrs. Brown is Mrs. Plunkett's sister. Gene : Abbott, ,,Califprnia] -Ills Los Angeles, :t May with ^Dorothy _ -Swdsley's. He has been employed in the offices of the Vultee Aircraft Corporation. He will leave for Den-' ;yer this 1 week to enter the ser- .vice. ' *', %' School No. 4 in Irvington town|Ship closed Saturday with p pic- Siiffldlnner.' Forty ? 8lx( parents, 'miends"and*children* l enjoyed a bountiful lunch at noon*,out of doors. There are 12 children en. rolled. During the past two years Eichard Mawdsley has been neith- ,er absent or tardyi. Mrs. Helen Brown, the teacher, has taught the school six - years. She plans to ^return next year. Miss Helen Comfort spent Sunday with Miss Merle Kahuda at Storm iLake, " Mrs. Bertha Jensen and daughters of Farlbaulti Minn'., visited Saturday everting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Jensen. .Mrs. John Pink of Titonka and Mrs. Mary Wielfmd of Algona spent Thursday With Mrs. Nels Jensen. Mrs, Pink is a sister of Mrs., Wieland, a cousin of Mrs. Jensen. Mrs. Andy Johnson and daughter, Helen, Who Is a cadet nurse at the Mercy hospital in Des Moines 1 , spent Memorial Day at Streator, 111. where they visited relatives. - Cpl. arid Mrs. 'Donald Cronan and daughter, Donna,' of Toledo, spet' the week end visiting here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. Donald is home on a furlough from Oklahoma. Mr. and tobk Mrs. C. M. Camp Gruber, Gerald Angus Whitehill and Wanda Mann, Hurt, as far as Ames Monday to go on to San Diego for a visit with Claude Whitehill, Jr., who Is in £he navy, arid also with Mrs. Whitehall's 'daughter, Sallie Hobson. Lt. John R, Hargreaves. who repently was here after being overseas, -Is r'now ;•-' stationed at 1 Washington, D. C., in the navy bureau of supplies and accounts in the subsistence division. .Lt. Hargreaves is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves. Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter left totlay for Osceola, where she will spend the summer months emp- ployed at the Harken hospital. Wrs. J. F. .Overineyer accompanied ler as far as Des Moines and went 'rom there to Osfcaloosa • to visit »er daughter, Mrs. Dale Carr. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Brown and children, 1 Joan, and Rodney, drove up'ifrom their home in Cedar Rapids and spent Sunday with iliss Bertha Johnson, sister of Mrs. Brown. Mr. Brown holds a 'esponsible position with the Juaker Oats Company in Cedar Rapids. Bill M. Lamb, former Algona esident, now of Peorla, 111., has seen promoted to field represent- tive for Goodyear truck fires, 'eoria district, according to word eceived here recently. He has >een with the Goodyear company ince 1937.. The Lambs lived in ne of the Cowan apartments on street while here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb, of iVhittemore township, and Miss Laura Mitchell attended the Bac- alaure^te sermon and commencement exerclsesT^at Iowa State 'ea'chers College On Sunday. May 7. The daughter, Patricia, was ne of the graduates and returned ome that evening with her par- nts. Patricia will teach at Po- ahontas the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Anderson nd son, Timmy, of Birmingham, Ala., left last week after a week'A isit v at the home of his parents, /Tr. and Mrs. John Anderson. This /as the first time the Andersons ad seen their little grandson, who s 3% years old. They had not Mr. And Mrs. twin Schwletert, of fiurl; were visitors at the Men ry Ewoldt home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, of Chamberlain, S. fi., are visiting at the home of their son, ,Daie. Airs. Dale Simon is enjoying art extended visit from her mother, Mrs, Lyle Blair, of Mendota. Ill, Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Johnson Visited the former's sister, Mrs. Fred Tupper. at Granada, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sandberf left Monday for Lake Mills after a week's visit at the home of their son, Bruce. Matt Lamuth returned recently from a two weeks' 'business trip to Ray, Minnesota, and Ft, Francis, Canada. Elmer Kelly has been confined to his home with the flue the past Week and is still unable to resume his work. ' Mrs. dene Murtagh ahd daughter, Judy, are visiting Mrs. Pryne Mr. and Mrs. w. §> Wlndetl spent Thursday in EffiMetlbu-fg. Mr, and Mrs. Herman ' Maah* to LiVermore WedHSSdl? for a visit at the home o£ the letter's brother, Howard Jegens and family. Mrs. Jean Gross, who is ft senior cadet nurse at Iowa City, spent a three weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alert Nielsen. lh ties Moines. Mrs. Pryne is the f6rmer Josephine Murtagh. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Frank, of Ren-yirick, spent Memorial Day at the C. S. Johnson home. Mrs. Frank is a sister of Mr. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Zentner, of Monroe, Wis., came Wednesday for a visit over the week end with Dr. .F. E. Sawyer and family. John Kirk went to Harlan Tuesday to join his wife who has been visiting relatives there since Friday. She will return with him. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretztneyer enjoyed a week-end visit from the doctor's sister, Sister Gertrude of Dubuque and Sister Annette of Detroit. Mrs. Fred Shaffer and daughter, Mrs. Kay Stephenson, of Mason-City, visited the former's mother, Mrs. J. O. Paxson. .Wednesday. . . , Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Housekamp returned Wednesday from Spirit Lake where they have been sinCP Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. YVm. Baker, Sr,. were in southern^ Minnesota on business the first of the weeii They went vwithjjtheir son,i John, and .wife. ' " ' " « ,June Ann Scanlan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, arrived r Wednesday from Chicago where she had teen attending Rosary College. Dolores Devlin accompanied Joan Hoffman to' Lake Okoboji and spent the week end while the Dr. Karl Hoffman cottage was being opened for the summer. i Merle Potter, who is employed with the Kennedy & Parsons company, -is still confined to his home with sciatic trouble. He has been unable to work the past six weeks. Mrs. Sherwood Potter and little daughter, Donna Rae, returned last week from Marionette, Wis,, whe; had visited Mr. and 'and daugh- een their' son for-four years. From ere the Wallace Andersons went Omaha to visit his sister, Mrs. /lilton Johnson. Ralph Laird and daughter, Linda, of Des Moines spent Memorial Day w,ith his mother, Mrs. Ella Laird. Mrs. Ralph Laird is in California, having 'been .called- there, toy the death of her mother. Mrs. ' Almlra Green • returned SaturdaV" fr6m 'Austin'/ -TVIlnn., "where she had been visiting since last Wednesday." Her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Steadman and Gilbert Vick, brought her 'home. Mrs. Harvey Reid has been enjoying a visit the past week with her sister, Mrs. A. L. Sorensen, who is here from Glendale, California. Mrs. Sorensen also visited in Lakota and will later return to Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Baker went to Rochester, Minn., and vicinity Tuesday. J6hn was; unable to pass his army physical examination and having disposed of his business prior to this is now looking for a new ; location. • Mrs. Leon Glynn and daughter, Crystal, of Cedar Rapids, are arriving Monday for , an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I, Merryman, and . sister, Mrs, Harold Jergenson and Mrs. Paul Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen visited in Armstrong Wednesday at the Leonard Madden home and also .with the,J. W; Madden famil; Mrs. Jensen is a sister of L'eoria and a daughter of the Maddens; They will also visit relatives in Ringsted. - *• § S-Sgt, Lloyd Green, son of Mrs, Almjra Green, is expected home from the western front 'where he has served three and one-half years. He has been In Italy two 'year? It is thought he will receive 'his discharge as he has the sufficient number of points. Mr, and Mrs. Aran Hudson entertained eighteen guests Sunday at dinner honoring the birthday of the Matter's sister, Mrs, Chas, Deibler. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest- Egel and family, Chas Egel and Stanley and Mr, and Mrs. Paul Hudson and family enjoyed the courtesy, Afrs. Mary Capotelll left last week for Chicago to meet her husband, Lt, L,arry Capotelli, who has returned from 13 months in the South PaeWic, Mrs, Capotelli, who is a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Tflny Schmitt, has been emjplpyed for,-,a. year or more at the ration bpj}£4 office. , --* Remit »urMi has received an hQnora.We discharge <r«n the navy and^ with his .wjfe, v toe for , mea Florence Sfeinroanr (s resent at the home of her ' jar, Leon Clapsaddle, of Bancroft, and his aunt, Mrs. Dora Mitchell, went to Corwith Wednesday where they spent the day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ifofer, of Goqdell, were Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle. Mrs. Hofer and Mrs. McCorkle are sisters, • , Mr. and' Mrs. L. A. Morkta spent Memorial Day in Bancroft at the home of Albert Cutler and family. Mfs. Markla is a Sister of Mr. Cutler. " , Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morrow of Audubon are visiting at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs, F. S. Norton and will remain a few days after Memorial Day. Allen Burtis, brother of Mrs. Jess Lashbrook, and whose home is in Minneapolis, is making an extended visit. He is convalescing from a major operation..' >••William Chubb came from Minneapolis to spend Memorial Day with his mother, Mrs. Chas. Chubb 1 and other relatives. Mrs. Chubb plans to return with him for n visit. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton drove to Fort Dodge Tuesday' to meet their daughter, Miriam. Who is attending Grinnell College and is coming home for her summer vacation. Mrs. Bernice Reynolds, Betty Reynolds, Leta Reynolds and Margaret Seller attended the funeral services for their grandmother, Mrs. Reynolds, at Nora Springs last week. Lewis Blakely and son Tom'of Glendive, Montana, are leaving Thursday after a few days' visit at the Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tritoon .hprne. Mr. Blakely's wife was the late Ruth Tribon. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait spent Memorial. Day with relatives in Humboldt. On Thursday Mrs. Wallukait's sister, Mrs. ^ay- lord Sexe. of Bellevue, Neb., arrived for a visit in Algona. • ' Students returning this week for summer vacations are Marian McGuire and Mary Amunson, sophomores at Cornell, Miriam Norton, also a sophomore at Grinnell and LaVerle Long, from Cedar Falls. _ . Mrs. Roland Grefe, -nee Mary Cruickshank, daughter of Mr.-and; Mrs. A. R. Cruickshank, left Sunday to join her husband, who is a lieutenant in the navy and stationed at Boston. She plans to be gone until October. \ •yt.V-Mrs. Emmert,.Dean V and /Son, •Mate Willis,"of" Fort 1 Dodgeft afe visiting at the Dean's parents, home of Mr. and Mrs Marc Moore. Tuesday Mrs. Wi lis, Mrsj Moore and Mrs. Wad Ball drove to Lakota for a bri| Visit. Cory Bernard Reynolds, aij 'family; Lynn -Reynolds ,$iitt'4amlj and Miss Marie Johnson," all < Mason City, were guests at tH Mrs. Lyle E. Reynolds home la|, week'to'attend the graduation iff Duane and Dorothy Reynolds from 'the St. Cecelia Academy..' '•$ Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hovey we$t to Bricelyn, • Minn., Wednesday where they visited the latter's sister, Mrs. Earl Rosedahl and brotbi THURS,. FBI., SAT. :-'i-2 : HOLLYWOOD! TOM CONWAY BARBARA HALE CO-HIT . Jimmy Wakely —in "SONG -9F THB^RANGE" Added, "BLACK ARROW' 1 Serial SUN., MON,, , JUNE TVBS,, WED. ajj4 tetfr waa seat to Ngrfolfc, fTOJ pth^r ppints. Pa«l Jajnes was ft eenfly JB^te to er. T-Sgt. Clarence Holland, who is home from Corsica. He is gunner on a bomber. Until they see him they have not learned whether he is discharged from the service or home on furlough. The Misses Frances and Betty Otto of Storm Lake arrived Monday for a few, days' visit with their aunt, Mrs. Henry Becker. Miss Frances has been employed In government work in Washington, D. C., and is home on leave for a short time. Miss Betty will attend summer school at Buena Vista College in Storm Lake. Mrs. A. E. Clayton returned the latter part of the week from California and Arkansas where she spent several weeks. At Stockton, California, she visited her daughter, Mrs. Robert Steil, and at Rogers, Arkansas, she visited another daughter, Mrs. Ward McWhorter.' In spite of finding botli locations' most ' enjoyable Mrs Clayton says "Iowa is best." Russel Medln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin, has accepted the job as manager of the co-operative creamery at Whittemore. His brother, Kenneth, who has been living at Estherville, is moving to Klemme where he, too, will be creamery manager. During these changes in location the children of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medin are staying with their grandparents and arrived this week. They are Sandra Kay, Rose Mary and Douglas. DANCEj Monday, June 4 St. Cecelia's Academy CARL BEAN'S 11-Piece Orchestra Sponsored by Circle No. 10 Ruth Gisch Dorothy Gisch Dancing from 9 till 1. 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Before the war HIAWATHA service had been steadily improved, am« plified and extended by popular de« mand. if "With the return of peace The Milwaukee Road's pas* senger service willbe further modernized and augmented to serve ^j you evea better than in the past* ., -"•• ''Ml J ft % -I ^ $ '3 "^ ^ i f 1935 v .-iO r " ANNIVERSARY-* MIN9COVA HE ROAD Hiawatha Routes , IEOENO •""••• Houle of the Morning and Afternoon Twin Citlta HiAWinrAs —2 a day each war* •" l ^^^™ Route of the North Woods HIAWATHA. ^«*M» Route of the Midwest HIA.WAJHA. 345 /->! f J •« •! »* ,;1 .1 - Shatter POTATOES 15 lb £0* peck UvV ' Fresh TOMATOES , lOc New CABBAGE lb. Large Sunkist LEMONS 29c r Sunkist ORANGES 2, 49c Lipton's Black ea. Sunkist GRAPEFRUIT 6 for 39c ; KPPER Winesap APPLES JV 4 n 55c Butternut' COFFEE Drip or 4} A A Reg., lb. 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