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'•'' • f he Algotta tlppe* .ft )jf«8, Algona, lotira, Jftttte 7, 1948 BIBLE SCHOOL AT SENECA FOR THRIE WEEKS IN JUNE Seneca: The Seneca Lutheran daily vacation Bible school will be 'Conducted for three weeks, toe* .ginning Monday, June 11 at 1:36 •o'clock until June 29, at the Sen* eca consolidated school, under th6 ••ait ectton of Rev. Harry C. Molstre. •All of the children In the community from ttie ages of 7 to 14 are welcome to attend There .will be afternoon sessions only, from 1:80 to 3:30 o'clock. \Famtly Gathering at Classens The Irvln Classon home was the .'scene of a family gathering and pic* nic on Decoration day. Those pres* •ent were Amos Classon and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley and family of 'Guckeen, Minn., Mr, .(,-and Mrs. Verd Classon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Classon and family, 'the -Lester and the Truman Clas- sons, all of the Fairmont, Minn., vicinity, 'also Mr, and (Mrs. Allen Classon and Jamily of Albert Lea, Minn., and Wanda Olsen and Shirley Culber.tson. Senecans at Depew Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft accompanied toy the Curtis Olsens, attended the reception held,, for •Rev. and Mrs. Gilbertson at Depew, Sunday eVening. Other Sene- oans present and who are mem- aners of the St. John's congregation of Depew were Mr. and Mrs. Sam"Olsen and Mr. and Mrs. Nor- COAST-TO-COAST STORES SAFE-FLEX TIRES WE HAVE ALL POPULAR SIZES IN STOCK JTtif«rf '!• eV»ry Part of «• U. S. -•Ertrf Sai«-Flex Tir« U' FIRST 'QUALITY, with deep. long w«ar- ,'tng. non-skid tread and extra •atrong careen*. Sale-Flex Tire* .fen?airing AMAZING MBLEAdE 1i^||^ ;pfl^.fll .ftj,Country. 6100x16 13.95 Plus Federal Tax 4:40-4:50x21 4:75-5:00x19 5.25J|5s50x18 5:25-5:50x17 6:25-0:50x16 7:00x16 10.95 11.25 12.58 13.49 17.95 19.95 man Thompson 6f LaVon. , $am Olseft ftppeafed .on the evening's program, extending words of yel* come id ftey* and Mrs. GllbeWp'ft from the "plfayef group" ReV. Oilbejisoh was installed as'pastor of the St. John's congregation Sunday ttiqfiring by Dr. N. Astrup Larson of Deeqraih, Seneca Otfe* Quota J. W. BolHg, Seneca war bond chairman, announces that Seneca township has exceeded its quota of $38,500. He .wishes to take thy opportunity of thanking his workers, Milleh Jensen, Fred Brown, Martin Wllberg, Clarence Ostoorn, Albert Cady ( Ralph Carnp- bell, Henry iLooft, Curtis Olsen, Otto R, Jensen, Tom O'Dortftejl, Chris Dahl, Ed Johnson, O. R. Patterson and Sheldon Merrill. He also wishes to thank everyone for buying their quota of 'bonds. Birthday.Party at GHchrtets Little Billy Gikfrrdst was honored on his 1 second birthday anniversary last week, Wednesday Evening, with a party given him toy His mother and grandmother, Mrs. 0. R. Patterson. Present were Harold Holte7 Mrs. Ervin Christiansen, Mr, and Mrs. Jim Rasmussen, Mrs. Arthur Voetman and daughter, Sheryl, Mrs. Martin Heiirichsen and son, Honier, all of Ringsted, also Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Elizfalbeth Henrlchsen, C. O. (Bailey, George Patterson and Billy's father, Ph. M. 1-c William Gllohrist of the U. S. navy stnt him 'birthday greetings from somewhere In the Philippines." Mary Patterson spent the past week at Cedar Falls, visiting an aunt, Mrs. Mary Jeppersoh. i Mr. and Mrs.' Roy Hartshorn attended Memorial services last Sunday at. (Ledyard -for John Matzener. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hienrich and son, Jack, of Armstrong, were Saturday evening dinner guests at the Cecil Baldwin home. Mr.'and Mrs. Kenneth Larson and family of Mallard, spent Sunr day visiting at the Curtis Olsen and Irvin Classen homes. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Osborn and Gary of Charles City, spent the week-end visiting at the various Osborn 'homes in the Seneca community. Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Caskey of Lehigh, spent Tuesday evening •and Wednesday visiting at the Sam Olsen ihome. Mrs. Caskey is Mr. Olsen's sister. The Clarence Petersens and Mrs. Emma Petersen spent last Friday at Estherville where they visited at the home of Mrs. Kate Skow and Cpl. and Mrs. Lye Skow.. Mr. and Mrs. Pete H. Peterson •left Thursday for Kansas City where they plan to spend a week or ten days visiting at the home of their son, Halgar and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt and Lois., attended Memorial services held for Mervin Johnson, at ,the Lutheran "church at Armstrong, Sunday afternoon. Mervin was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, farmers living southwest of'Armstrong. On Sunday a family gathering was held at the William Osborn home, honoring him on his birthday anniversary.^ Present were the Charles Rays, Lester and Neal Osborns, also Mr. and Mrs. Law- fence Saxton and family of Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith accompanied .by their daughter, Mrs. Marvin Sanders and their , son, Maurice, spent last Friday at Mason City visiting relatives. Maurice concluded his furlough and left Friday evening from Mason City for Arizona where he is stationed. Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Peterson and sons, accompanied toy Mrs. Emma Petersen attended a family picnic at the Hans Wiuff home at Armstrong a week ago Sunday. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson of Fairmont, Mrs. Kate Shaw, CpL.Lyle Skow and Mrs. Skow and family of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Peter- fietty Creed Is visiting at the. home of her sister, Mrs, Robert De"Bolt at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Poster are In Minneapolis this week on a buying trip for the store. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Young, of near Wesley, were Saturday evening visitors at the Milton Fox home. Mrs, Nlek Fisch spent a lew days last week at Nashua and Charles City visiting her sister, Mrs. John Haag and family. Mrs. F. E. Kent Is recovering nicely from an operation performed Decoration day at the Colonial •hospital in Rochester, Minn. Sgt. James E. McNew of Newton and Genevieve Swisher of Washington, D. C., visited at the F. A. Creed home last week end. June Adele Arndorfer, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer of Corwith, toegan employment Monday at the Mrs. R. B. Waller home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney went to Des Moines Saturday to bring 'home their daughter, Meredith, Who has 'been a student at Drake university. • Orval Hanegan of Yankton, S. D., came Monday for a visit here with his mother, Mrs. May Hanegan. Orval has 'been athletic coach at Yankton. Mrs. If. M. Hauberg returned home Sunday morning after visiting a week over Memorial day with her sister, Miss Gladys Manama, at Davenport. Brenda Thllges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thilges of St. Benedict, spent a few days of last week with her grandmother;- Dole of Irvington. . Shirley Fulton, of Ft. Dodge, spent the week end visiting here with Ruth Ann Sigsbee, cadet nurse,' daughter of Mr, and Mrs; W. J. Sigsbee.. •., Dorothy Hutchison of Evanston, 111., came Sunday for a two weeks' visit here with her mother, Mrs. A. Hutchison, and brothers, Theodore and Don. Charlene Rath left Monday for Cedar Falls to toegin her third year of college. Charlene, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rath, thught last year at Peterson. Mrs. Lloyd Dowd left Saturday for her home in Spirit Lake after a week's visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Alvis Hill. Mrs Dowd is the former Mabel Bowman. ( . Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker'left today for Lake Okotooji where they will spend 10 days vacationing. They have a cottage at Mill- •er's Bay.'- T ' '• Richard H. Woodward, son o) Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Woodward of Sioux City formerly of Algona was commissioned midshipman at Columbia university, New York City, on May 25., ,,. , '•;• The Infant" daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. Anton Weydert, Bode born on the- 24th of May-was baptized Barbara Ann last Saturday. Sponsors were Roseanne Fisch and Raymond Thilges. PWMAGHINERY Hog Feeders and Waterers. Poultry Feeders and Waterers. Cypress stock tanks, DeLaval Cream Separators and Milkers. . Electric Motors, Gaterman Windrower for 7 ft, Mowers. Tractor Mounted 'Sweep Rakes, Pick-up Attachments. Jayhawk Haystackers on New Rubber. Harrow Drawbars. Electric Pump Jacks. Victor Endgate Seeders. Flare Type Wagon Boxes, Used Machinery Cream Separators, Mowers, Sweep Rakes, Wag' »xes, Burr Mills, Hammemiills, Speed Jack on Gears, Manure Sp:rea4frs, ee4life«sW^i|:r^tor, ' i Peww IM t Jor Wagpn Hoist, Manure Loadbr for F-20, '' Plow Bit. We have stot itone Farm Tractor Tires, ^^^pW^PIpgl^ppLS^ if sen and family of Wallingford, and the Raymond Petersens of Haifa. Last Sunday afternoon guests at the Jens Petersen. home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith and Mrs. Marvin Sanders, also Pfc Maurice Smith, who has been en- joying.a furlough with home folks, •and Mr. and Mrs. Marius Nelser and the Alfred Petersens, all "01 Ringsted. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sorensen also of Ringsted, also Mrs. Hershal Hartman and Mr. and Mrs Alfred Godfredsen.- The occasion was Mrs. Jens Peterson's birthday anniversary.' Mrs. George Patterson is at Waterloo with her daughter, Mrs Margaret Waterman, who submitted ito a major operation at the Allen Memoraal hospital last Thursday morning. Mrs, Sheldon Merrill accompanied Mrs. Patterson to Waterloo pnf Tuesday, Mr. Patterson went there on Wednesr day and stayed until Thursday night when he and Mrs. Merrill returned home, Mrs. Patterson will stay with her daughter for several days. Last reports are that Margaret is getting along as well as can toe expected, i 'Teacher H, W- Behnke is reported on, the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs.-Ralph Koppen and, Mr, and Mrs, Boh ( Kollascb spent several days of last week including the holidays at Okoboji gn4 Spirit l-ake, ; v Henyy F, Sehultz returned hpme from M. arion, '§, p, Monday morn* re he spent a week |ak« ing treatments «t the ™ j —— j T'hjegsfR ej(niQin Marion. ^er^aiv Behnjce returned. t°. Crept tftlfe? training stations WSF "V Friday wftb .few ww an* rslefm jr. Louis Brpt? fc"*£»*i*a Mr. and Mrs. Slgwell Forest City spent Saturday and Sunday visiting at. the home of he letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Betty Merrltt, R. N., left today for Iowa City where she will take care of Mrs. Merle Moxley, the former Delia Frankl, who is to undergo an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Lauritzen and children of Dows visited a few days last week at the Wm. Baker, sr.j home. Mrs. Lauritzen is a daughter of the Bakers. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson and son, Paul, of Fairmont, Minn., spent Saturday and Suriday visiting here with Mrs. Johnson's father, Milton Fox and wife. Howard Hanson, grandson of J. B. Johnston sr., will be one of the graduates this year from the Military Academy at West Point. Howard is a Des Moines boy. Ruth Fitch is visiting: with her sister, Mrs. Jean Ulrich. fiuth attended the Humboldt high school the past year, tout her parents have recently moved to Cedar Rapids. A sale of the household goods of the late John Goeders will be beld at the Goeders.home on east North street Friday. It is understood that the house will also toe offered for sale at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt moved Tuesday morning to LaCrosse, Wis., where Mr B.randt is with the OPA. While here he was a Decker meat salesman, but for the past five weeks has been with the OPA. Mrs. Clifford Haase, Lee and Karen and Mrs. Cy Roth, Marian and Kathleen went to Fenton one day last week and were dinner and supper guests of Mrs. Fred Mortensen. Mrs. Mortensen and Mrs. Haase are sisters. Malcolm Lund, who has been attending Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls the past year, returned home' last week and is again employed at the Sorensen gorcery where he worked prior to going to school. Kenneth Minard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Minard, received a medical discharge June 5 from the army infantry after serving 8 months on the Anzio beachhead. Kenneth was in the army a little over two years and was wounded twice. Lt. Leighton Misbach, former Algona mayor, is back in the United States after .serving with the army in England for some time. His wife and daughter are living in Des Moines, tout all are expected to visit in Algona in tha near future. . , v , Mrs. A. L. /Peterson fell one/day last weekend sprained "an 'ankle. Mrs. Peterson and her mother, Mrs. Helen Norton, live in the W_. J. Bourne home on North" Jones. Mrs. Norton, who is 93, nas been confined to toed more or less the past few weeks. •.•••'' ' ' , Lt. Mynne R.. Haase spent a '20-day "furlough herefwitb' her 'mother, Mrs. Carrie "Haase"; She returned to Charleston, S. C;; where she will resume her duty on her hospital ship. She has been promoted from 2nd lieutenant to 1st lieutenant. . Step'hcn Frank was born May 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stehle, Washington, D. C. The Stehles have a daughter, Elaine Gretchen, who is four years old. This makes Mr, and Mrs. S. J. Stehle grand-parents for the second time. Mrs. Vernon Stehle was formerly Etta Ellison of Algona; ' '' ' .t- Mrs. G. C, Barton accompanied her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook rand son, Jim, of Webb to Des Moines Sunday. They went to attend the Drake university toaccalaureate and commencement exercises in which the Cooks' daughter, Jane, graduated with a bachelor ,of music educa r tion degree. ; ' Mr. and Mrs/R. L. Llchty arrived Friday from Berkeley, Cal., •for a visit with Mrs. Lichty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Waldron; Mr. Lichty is an aviation electrician's mate, first class, and for the past few months has been sta^ tioned at the naval air station at Alameda, Cal. He has served 16 months in the ' Pacific theater of operations, . , - Pvt, Gene Wray arrived Saturday from Council Bluffs to visit here with friends. Pvt. Wray reached Council Bluffs last Thursday to visit his "'parents, Mr. and Mrs, E. H. Wray, Later he- will return to Council Bluffs, and when his 30-day furlough is up he will report for redeployment at Sioux Falls, S, D. Gene 'has just returned from overseas duty in Italy, y Edna Hilbert ot Kansas City, Mo., has bee.n spending the last few weeks visiting her mother, Mrs, E, Hubert, and relatives, and was also present for the: commencement excises at St. Ce« eejia's academy' irf ^vhlch her sis* ter, Mary, was one of the grao> ua^es. Hep mother .'.will return to Kansas QJty with her to spend a month visiting 'anotjier R. A. Bchnkes of Whltiemwe, visitea last Friday at the Rine•hard Lieb home here. Roman and Austlc Peiley- mounter, of Osage, visited here Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. A. L. Long. Louise Wadlelgh has returned home for the summer months to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh. Louise has completed her third year at Carlton college Northfield, Minn. Glee Pitcher is expected to arrive Friday for a few days visit with his wife and their new daughter, Nancy Ruth. Glee is stationed at the military reservation at Indiantown Gap, Pa, Maxlne Brethorst and Bern tee Thill spent the week end at their respective homes, F. M. Brethorst, Algona, and John Thill, St. Benedict. The girls are taking a business course at AIB, Des Moines. . Mrs. P. A. Creed has returned home after a two weeks' visit at the homes of her son, DeVerne Creed, and daughter, Mrs. H. M. Kane, of Newton. She also visited her father, J. Vander Syde, of Pella. Mrs. C. F. Hardy of Minneapolis, arrived May 25 <and has been visiting here since with her daughter, Mrs. Orin Spalding. Mr. Hardy and his mother, Mrs. B. L. Hardy, also of Minneapolis spent the weekend visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mhyre of Fargo, N, D., and their son, 1st Lt. Robert Mhyre, of Hastings, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. M. Sandberg of Lake Mills were week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B'. D. Sandberg. Mrs. Mary Dole and Marvel, of Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon and children of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green and Linda of Livermore, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Oswald Thilges of St. Benedict. A change of address for John A. Lentsch, Ph. M-lc, informs us that he is now on duty with the battleship, U. S. S. New Jersey. Before entering the navy in March, 1942, John was a barber for C. H. Clement in the former Hotel barber shop. Second Lt. Bonnie Lee Bonar, R. N., daughter of Mrs. Rhoda Bonar, was transferred last week from Camp Carson, Colo., to Camp Crowder, Mo., where she is at the PORC (Port of Overseas Replacement Center). Bonnie had spent a month at the school of instruction at Camp Carson. Mr and Mrs. Orin Spalding are the parents of a new son, Jon Michael, born May 26, at the general hospital and weighing 7 Ibs. 4 oz. The Spaldings have two other children, Jim and Judy. Mr. Spalding has been the high school band instructor for the past three years, and will again direct the Algona municipal band this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Glee Pitcher are the .parents of their second child, Nancy "Ruth, born Monday, June 4, at the general hospital and weighing 8 Ibs., 1 oz. The Pitchers other child, Billy, is 2 years old. Glee is now stationed at the military reservation at Indiantown .Gap, Pa. Mrs. Pitcher is "'the for- •mer Doris L"bng, daughter of A. L.' Long. * Miss Lucia J. Wallace left Sunday morning for Mason City where she will visit awhile with her sister, Mrs. Alf Chapin. Frdm there she will go to Wisconsin to visit other sisters and a niece in Ohio She will toe gone for the summer, and during her absence Mr. and Mrs. Selmar Larson will occupy her home. Mr. Larson is the head of the extension school being held here this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agaard and children, Ruth Ann and Robert, visited Moday afternoon here with the Dr. M. G. Bournes and other friends. The Agaards now live in Sioux City where he is a district man for the Equitable Life Assurance Co. of New York. They are former residents of Algona. They stopped in 1 Algona on their return to Sioux City from Monona where they had attended the funeral of Charles Lehman. , was ey marriage owe of goat's jt^fi),|t)ri*t|Vf youn Mrs. Lehman of Whittettiote and Mrs. Carl Lovstad of Burt visited Friday at the Henry Ewaldt lome. , B P. Richardson returned last Thursday from Rochester, Minn., where he underwent a major operation. He had -been there Since the 7th of May. His condition is considered good. Mrs, W. E. (Lottie) .Xain spent Memorial day here visiting old 'riends. She is doing Social wel- !are work in Des Moines. After leaving here she visited a sister at Belmond. She has a son, Jack, in the navy and a son, Bill, in the army. Edna and Ruth Youngwirth at;ended a pre-nuptial shower Sun- Jay at Wesley for their cousin, Lawrence Youngwlrth's bride-to- be, Ruth Forburger. The young couple will be married Tuesday, June 12, at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley. T-Sgt. Wilbur Courtney came Monday from Dayton, O., for a 15- day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Courtney. Wilbur Is taking advanced training at Wright Field. He has been home from the south Pacific about two months and has been in the service almost 4^4 years. Mrs. Dow Laidley, Rochester, Minn., visited in Algona last week at the home of her brother, Roy Nichols, and with other relatives. Another brother, Ralph Nichols, whose home is Ft. Dodge, was also here on leave from the navy. Dow Laidley is employed in a job printing shop in Rochester. Jim Vanderwerf leaves 'today for Kansas City after a .week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barton. Jim is in the merchant marine and recently re- turhed to the States by way of the Philippines and Okinawa. His brother Howard, is with the navy in the Pacific. The boys parents, Mr .and Mrs. Williaih former Algonans, now live in Kan sas City. Lt. Raymond & Steven leaves today for Smyrna, Teiin., after a week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R\ Steven. Ray has been a flying instructor at the Smyrna Air Base for several months, tout expects to have active flying duty soon. He spent several months in the European war theater, but came home last August for medical treatment after ne was injured. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wright, DCS Moines, spent a .few days the first of the week af the home Of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brail Wright. Bill has just completed his boot training at Great Lakes and will return there for further assignment. Bob Wright, who graduated from high school this year, has enlisted in the navy and expects to leave in the next month or two. Mr. and Mrs. Max Richardson and 18-month-old daughter, Meredith, came last Sunday from Summit, N. J., to visit Max's father, B. P. Richardson. Max left again for Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, where he expects to stay about three months. He Is with the Bell Telephone laboratories who have a contract with the navy at Pearl Harbor. During his stay in Hawaii, Mrs. Richardson and the daughter will remain here. John Dunn, motor machinists mate third class, arrived Saturday from the Oakland, Cal., naval hospital to spend a 30-day furlough here with his wife and children. John was overseas 3 months, being wounded at Ormoc Bay off Leyte island in the Phiippiines during the second invastion. He received severe second degree burns on the arms and legs. On expiration of his furlough he will report ibaok to the hospital at Oak- ' , Long attended the ercis€s at -Iowa State college, Cedar "Falls, May 27. Their daugHte* was & member of the ;' class, and Was awarded a garten primary diploma. taking this 2»year. course, lA*t Verlle was head photographer tot. « the year book, "Old Gold." attetl was a member of the ofehesfofaiJ and affiliated With the PI PM sorority. Mrs. Betty Murtagh-Kruse and Jean Murtagh left Tuesday night for Washington, D. C., where they will toe employed for the sUni- .mer. They stopped Off at Chicago- for two days to visit Barbara Haggard, who is a student at Northwestern university. The girls' nephew, Teddy Hutchison, son of Mr. "and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison, wias to meet them in Chi* cago today and go along to Washington to visit three weeks with his cousin, ,Mell Peterson, jr. Young Mell will return with Teddy 'to Algona for a visit here. Home Comfort that Laitr • Houiciimc with «n EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phen* us today CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA THURS., FBI., .SAT. JUNE 7, 8, 9 A BANDIT-BUSTER! 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