The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1945 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 21, 1945
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and Mr, Jtillus Cltifc of Rke Apna^li*: <* t.^aa* Iowa, June 21, 1945 SOUTH DAKOTA i John Matthew Cliik, '69, resident of Parkier, S. D., the •past 40 years, died at McKennbn Tibspltal in Sioux 'Falls, S. D., on June 4, 1945, after an illness of iseveral Weeks. Funeral services were held from St. Chrlstiria's .Catholic church in Parker at 10 o'clock .Wednesday morning, the <Hh of June. ,;John M. .Cink, second son of Mr. and Mrs. -Joseph Gink, was .born December 18, 1876, at Bride* wood, 111. 'When he was seven years old his parents, one sister and three brothers, moved to a homestead in Nortr Dakota where they lived three .years and then they moved to a farm , near Sexton where he grew to manhood. After his marriage to;;- Christina Fenel, of Cleveland, Ohio, the cbtiple farmed near Sexton for ,'four years. - Then they' lived at Cleveland for a while before mov-. .dng to the farm 'home west of ;Parker in 1905 where he lived •rtinttl his death., i Five sons arid four daughters iwere born .to Mr, and Mrs. Cink Jas follows: • Ge'orge, Clarence, jJohn, Vernon and Eugene, and •Mabel, Mrs. George Schaefer, of vSioux Falls; Elsie, Mrs. Frank jHUppert; Annie, Mrs. Steve Dvo- jrak, arid Alice who died in in- tfancy.' All children, reside In tthls vicinity except Vefcnon of '!Los Angeles and Mabel of Sioux IFalls. ,. ... . •'. , .-•;••• . Surviving are his wife, the jcight children, 14 grandsons, 11 granddaughters, one sister, Mrs. Adolph Mikes, West Bend; three brothers, Joseph of Sexton, Geo. •of Wesley and 'Frank of Algona. li Relatives from Iowa attending '•the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cink, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cink ; and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur : Kleiri( of Sexton; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mikes, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 'Mikes and Mrs. Roman Mikes, of ^West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. George Cink, of Wesley; Mrs. Anthony Grandgenette, St. .Benedict; Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Cink and dau«'i- ter Lillian of Algona, and Mr. THtTRS., FBI., SAT. JUNE 21^22-23 ACMUMMA JAN8 - JIMMY FRAZEI • IIOYO ROBERT JOAN COTT.» WOODBURYlll Produewt by MICHEL KRAIKE OtrectedbyWILLMSQN Co-Hit "TEXAS RENEGADES" Two Serials No. 15 "Bla«k Arrow" No. 1 "Mystery of the River Boat" SUN., MON.. TUBS., WED. JUNE 84-85-26-27 THE VERY PRIVATE AFEAIR OF A MERRY PRIVATE ON NM8SM9MHHNWSHBMI FURLOUBH! pilii '... s - •£_ .-, -S\ ^^^^UM^^^'K-S 'Mft arid Mrs, Lawrence Gink of Si Benedict sperit Sunday filter ttaon at the parental Joe tilhk libifte. £>6Hald Beukema is visiting at the home 6t his sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Azarski atld baby >t Ranawha this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malaney and son of 'Mason City visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cink and family*. The ladies are sisters. ' Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius Kirstih* baum and family of Crystal Lake Visited over the week end with his mother, Mrs. William Kirschbaum, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven •and Anna Marie were Stlnday evening supper guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Genrich, near Lit Verne. Miss Deloris Bemis left Saturday morning by train for Har^ risburg, S. D., where she spent part of her summer vacation, at the home of her grandparents,' Mr. and Mrs. Sid Bemis. Mrs.. Sarah Wise and :.Mrs. Drusie Noble acsompanied Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and Doris of Algona to Woden Sunday afternoon 'Where they visited at the home of JVtrs. Mary Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Eisenman, of Britt, and their granddaughter Carmen Nail, of Mason City, were Sunday dinner, guests at the home of their daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbauin. Mr. and Mrs. .Martin Hinders, twin daughters Doris and Deloris and son Tommy, of Britt, were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and family. Mrs. Hinders is a sister of Mrs. Opheim. Mr. and Mrs. Glertn Gabrielson, and Glennda Sue attended the wedding Sunday at Ellsworth When his sister, Gaynell Gabrielson, daughter of Martin C. Gabrielson, Stratford, was married to Sgt. George F. Clark of the army air forces. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neuman arid baby of Bancroft were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cink Sunday afternoon. The ladies are related. In the evening Mr. and 'Mrs. Cink visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baileys north of Wesley. Paper and Tin Can Collection Saturday A collection of old papers and the last call for tin cans will be made next Saturday. Phone No. 1 for special collections. • This collection is being made because the rainy weather last Saturday prevented the city arid county, trucks from making .a complete collection. ! '• Tin cans may be placed in.. the store, •• building ..south, ,of ( Sfl'scoe's grocery. "Government trucks are now. picking' up the 'old cans and delivering them to the Fort Dodge central depot for tin cans. '. •. Mr.: ;and -,MCrs. .Leonard- ; He'nder>- son of Miririeapblis' are spending their vacation with her: parents, the John Grandgenets. Mrs.- Henderson is the former Mildred Grandgenet. ]'. A super-hiding one-coat ultra flat OIL pa^nt (of walls. NO water; NO mixing Beautiful • Washable - Economical Cowan Bldg Supply Go. . •". / FJione 275 ALGONA, IOWA. Wanted CONDUCTION SENECAPERS filer OFFICERS FOR SADDLE CLUB , Seneca: A meeting was held last Thursday evening at the Seneca school for the purpose of or- gdh'izifig a saddle club. The following officers were elected .to head the organization: President Sigurd Olson of Fen tori; vice president, Virgil Moore of Swea City; and Secretary and treasurer, Dave Lynch Of Lon& Rock. A six man board of directors was named, Including the officers and Jac'tt Qulnn of Lone Rock and Lester and Millen Jensen of Seneca. It Was Voted to call the club the Seneca Saddle Club. Riding grounds will be at the dam north of Seneca. Seneca League Entertained By Swea City League The Seneca Luther League young people were guests of the Baptist-Young People's League of Swea City last Tuesday evening at the Win. Sanders home. The young. people enjoyed a wiener roast followed by games. Sen- ecans present were Wand, Gaylord and Gerald Olsen, Donna" Jean Cody, Jeanne and Delores Wllberg and Bobby Ullestad, La- VOn Thompson, Morris and Marlys Johannesen, Bobby, Marvin and Donald Wllberg, Kenneth Volght, EldOn Brown and Jackie Looft. Also present in : , addition to the Swea young people were former Senecans Mr. and Mrs'. Frank Looft and daughters Lois and Jeanne. Also Mr. and Mrs. Philip Looft and baby. Party For Dickie Looft Dickie Looft was the gueut of •Honor at a birthday party at his home Sunday afternoon. Twenty- five friends and schoolmates spent the afternoon playing games after which refreshments, were enjoyed., Present were ; Bill;& Bobby and; Tommy Moore, Evelyn, Dorothy; and Lorraine, Oftedahl, Le Ann! Olsen, Francis, Lyle and LeRue' Culbertson, Marlys Long, Margaret, Billy, Jan and Joey Jensen, Jerry Crouch, Marvin, Donald, Jerry, Raymond and Lois Wilberg and Delores Wilberg. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg. USW In Work Meeting The Seneca United Service Women held a work' meeting at the Seneca school last Monday. Twelve women were present as follows: Mesdames Otto R. Jensen, J. H. Jensen, Robert Burt, Pete Hansen, Ole Oftedahl, Alfred Godfredson, Eula Williamson, Roy Osborn, Martin ' Wilberg, Albin Nelson, Morris Berkness, Alfred Peterson and Millen Jensen. The afternoon was spent working on pillow .cases, carpet rags, handkerchiefs,, and _wash cloths./ 'The women; titrriediin; 15 .bed pillows,; 18 wheeii-chahv pillows "'and 41 pairs of scuffles. Mr. and Mrs. Millen .Jensen and .family werf Sunday dinner guests at .the,-Martin .Jensen home'; aj .Ringsted,-^ ;'••';'•,:• ;•'->:••. •-'.-•.f'..••-' •"; Mr: '.and' Mrs. Clarence Petersen and sons were Friday evening guests at the Reynold Nelson' home near Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Miller and family spent Sunday at the home of the former's half-brother, the, Melvin Hunts at Dolldver, . Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson and Wanda accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston and sons attended the Inger family reunion at Spirit Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hanson and Velma were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Hanson's iather, Nels Jacdbsdn, at Ringsted and observed Father's Day, 'Mrs.; Lester Osborn and children are visiting at the parental Elmer Letcher home at Alexandria, South Dakota. Her brother, Sherman Letcher, is. enjoying a furlough with home folks at this tiriie. . , „ Rocket Badger Qir dnance -,A k ^;/.^;;ii^';.^^,.;,:'' Baraboo, Wisconsin • It'sSLIP-RETARDANT -^ Reduces tb« danger^ of fell* ' or injuries! '* »I V« WATER-RES JSTANT • Rain and water, won't ijwty ?! U'« SEUF-POI.ISHING to njfe or 4f|«s witht > ' DU PONT PAINT S i" H V I 'C I C t r-t 1 i: H Miss Jo Ann Smith , of City is a guest 6f :Mrs, Walter Jensen, Mrs. Foster, of New Providence, Iowa, was a guest of Mrs. Tlllie Ingersoll Monday. Mrs. Ethel Chubb returned Monday from Minneapolis where she had visited her sort) William, a few weeks/ Mrs. John Keheftck ditd sons Stephen, Michael and Tommy spent Tuesday in Eagle Grove wlht Naomi and Tom .Keriefick. Mary Catherine Cain left last week for Boone where she'w^il be a camp counsellor for a month. Mary is the daughter: of Mi B. Cain. . Mr. and Mrs, Robert Owen And little son of Davenport . are -vlsit- igrt at the home of Mrs. Owens' parents, Mr. and Mrs.' James Kelso. . , • — Mesdames W. C. Irelan, Sherman Meyers, Jane Cowan, Clara Schaap and Alice Wilklns arid Marie Semon spent Wednesday In Mason City. Mrs. C. S. Kurtz returned Friday from a three weeks visit in Sedalia, Mo., with her mother, Mrs. Lela Lee, and grandmother, Mrs. George Yaeger. Mrs. Wm. Aalderks of Lakbta is recuperating very nicely, at the home of her daughter, Mrs."Aiyn Huenhold, after being in the hospital with pneumonia. Mrs. W. W. Nanninga left Sunday for Creston after visiting here with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Riter. Mrs, Nanninga's husband is overseas in Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Lament Dalton i,t Evanston, 111., visited at the L. W. Keith home last week. Mr. Dai- ton is a nephew of Mrs. Keith. They also visited friends in -Lakota. " . . . , Edward and Ralph Johnson spent Sunday and Monday at Faribault, Minn., at the Ollie Martinson home. The , Martinsons lived in Algona until about a year ago. .: Cpl. Robert Thompson is home dn a 30 day furlough visiting his mother, Mrs. Grace Thompson, and other friends. Cpl. Thompson has been overseas 19. months "being stationed in England. H. F. Huenhold left Sunday' evening for Florida where he Will be for two weeks visiting his sister, Mrs. Victor Samson, who Is employed in the' office of ;the Army. Red Cross air base hospital at Fort Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kurtz are leaving Monday for a two weeks .vacation, which: will be'; spent' on Manhattan ' Beach 'at Lake* . Okoboji. They will be joined by'. the former's mother of St. Paul. Ms. Kurtz is manager of Swift & Col Mrs. Clair Wermerson and llttfe daughter' of Fort; Dodge are planning to spend the summer with the former's 'mother, Mrs. Agusta Lavrenz. Mr. Wermerson will be able to spend each week end ; here with his family as his business takes him to this locality. • Mrs. Ralph Mledke is enjoying a visit from her mother, Mrs. W. F. Gileo, of Moline.'.IlL, who will be here a few weeks. Her sister, Mrs. • Hazel Kohler, also of Mo- lirie, accompanied Mrs. Gileo and after a few days here left fqr her summer home at Longville, Minnesota. • . ,'......:,.''.'.':: . ,,' • Mrs. Mary -/Johnson went to Charles .CityswiWednesday where she visited -Mrs-rAlta Steils who lives with her son there. Mrs. Steils formerly lived in Algona. From there Mrs. .Johnson went to 'Waterloo to • visit :; relatives and will also spend a short time en- route home with 'relatives in Nora Springs. Virginia and Marian Hengel left last Sautrday for Des Moines where Virginia is looking for a secretarial position and Marian is going to take a business course at AIB, They also are visiting relatives at the R, F. Raminger home," They are 'the daughters of Mr. 'and Mrs. Richard Hengel of •Fenton. Ann Louise Haasp- and her mother, Mrs. Gail Haase, are now making their home with the for4 mer's grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Theo, Thompson. Ann was born June 6th at the Kossuth hospital arid her father, who is in the merchant marine on duty in the South Pacific, does not know of her arrival as yet. Mrs, 0, H. Van De Walker and two children of St. Paul are visiting at the, home of her parents, Mr; and jVIrs, Ben Potter, Mr. and Mrs, Potter are also caring for their four grand -children whose parents, Mp, and Mrs, Alvin Nen son, are in Chicago, Mr. Nelson has be?n in poor health and is a patient at the, hospital for veterans, •'.*'.'' Si'Sgt, Glen Burtls and T-5 Ivan Burtis arrived Tuesday for visit? with their brpther,Kermit, wft9 just recently received an honors able djsensrge from the navys- Qjen ,is here on a. n day fur*' lough from MitebeU Field, N, ¥., and Ivan has ju>|pbnie from the ItaUarvfro,nt. Hennas been; over-* 8W. '" L " and Mrs, JuJIns Paul of d |i|r, ^n4 Mrs, Ind Ssughter at Matt Lamuth has been ill for three weeks with the flu, .but hopes to -be able to get out the last of the week. Mrs. Lawrence Misbach and son, Scott, left Monday for Fort Dodge to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. Arns. Mrs. Arlo D. Adams of DCS Moines is visiting this week at the home of Mrs. H. W. Pletch and with other Algona friends Mrs. Beth Jansc Miller is expected home Saturday from Chicago where she has resigned her position with the Red Cross. Mrs. Harold Cowan and son, Jimmy, will be released from quarantine for scarlet fever Saturday. Jimmy has had the disease. ' Miss Josie McEvoy came home Friday from Emmetsburg where she had spent two weeks with her sister, -Mrs. Alice Bradley, and other relativse. Mrs. Earl Moore and son David of DeKalb, 111., came Sunday for a week at the home of Earl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dbn Woods will move Saturday to the Paul Danson house on south Sample street. They have -been living, in the Amos Angle apartment. Guy Mantor is seriously 111 at the Kossuth hospital where he has 'been a patient since Sunday. For the past six months he has been living at ithe county farm Mrs. Carl Wlutt will return to her home in Atlantic Saturday after two weeks with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan and new son. Glenn Carl. Harriett Clayberg, of Gamble's Store, returned to work Monday after spending two weeks at Marshalltown helping a new manager and bookkeeper get started in the Marshalltown store. E. R. Worley, who was formerly in charge of the local U. S. E. S. office, and who is now a district supervisor for the service, was a week-end visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. The Matt Hildmans of Wesley spent Sunday at Fairmont, Minn., with friends and relatives. Little Jackie Davis of Titonka is spending two weeks at the Hildman home visiting the son, Earl. Lois Chism of Emmetsburg . returned to her home after spending two weeks at the Henry Helmers home. Mrs. Helmers - returned Monday from Minneapolis after visiting a week with friends. •', William Spencer is expected home this week for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Emily Spencer. He recently finished his navy training at Great Lakes with a rating of petty officer first class. . Mrs. Arnold Emery and son, ,Jqhnny, of Denver, Colq., will leave Saturday for., .home, after 'thfee'weeks with her parents, Su- 'pervisor and Mrs. J. H. Fraser. 'Mrs. Emery is the former Arlene Fraser. 'Mr. and Mrs. James Voit and son, Stephen, Des 'Moines, came Saturday for a few days at the home of his mother, Mrs. Juliana Voit, and other relatives. Mrs. Voit is the former Kathleen Holtzbauer. Margaret Linnan, who teaches in the college at Pullman, Wash., was a guest Wednesday and Thursday' at the home of her brother, L. E. Linnan. Miss Linnan is spending the summer at her home in Maurice, Iowa. Claude (Barney} Ostwinkle telephoned his father, C. H. Ost- winkle, Tuesday from Mason City •telling him he and his wife, the former Mary Lee Peters, and their little daughter, Claudia, would be in Algona the last • of the week. Claude has just returned from Italy where he has 'been in the army for about a year. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wassenberg and four children, Chevy Chase, Maryland, were visitors Saturday arid Sunday at the home of Mr. Wassenberg's sister, Mrs, L. E. Linnan. They' were enroute to Rochester where Mr. Wassenberg, who is in the air transport command, will go through the clinic, and will go on from there to Beardsley, Minn., to visit Mrs. Wassenberg's parents. . Mrs. Ralph Fish and her sister, Joan Stewart, of Madison, Wis., came Wednesday for a visit at the home of their uncle, Ray Beamish, and with friends. Mrs. Fish, the former Katherine Stewart, will be bridesmaid at the wedding of Emma Jeanne Ring^ genberg and iLt. Duane Lighter on Friday. The Stewart girls lived in-Algona about five years ago. They are daughters of Mr. and 'Mrs. J. C. Stewart, now of Madison,.:. JM[r, and Mrs. Cass Smith, of West LM Angeles, Calif., are the parents of a daughter, Monies Helen, born June 14. They have a son, Roger, 14, Mrs, Smith Js the former Marjorie Jasperson- The baby is a granddaughter of Mr, and Mrs. A. M. Jssperson, of Glendale, California, and M,r« end i. "Q, c, Smith of Burt, The r was given, her secpnd name her aunt, Mrs, Helen White, of court, and is also a niece i, Harry McCorkle and F' p| ipr - . and Blrs,,Lawrence Cpppo? left Sunday fpr Sterling, W., thewe to Miami |*ia., wb,er<? y will spend twp weeks ya.cas : 'U,~ CppppteUl has front; 13 mpntfe? in ipftplfic, with (the 5th in;•wh|cfe4je ilew" ® •£?$ $$§£'n$ ye^iired, cojnjjaj a§ befpr| wM&ihjg WHS- lie " sftfidjV ' ftfr. and Mr*. O. F. P«toon are spending this week , at Detroit Lakes, Minn., where the* former's brother has a cottage. Bert Morlati and *on, Ned, of Terra Haute, Indiana, are visiting hjs'jsftters, Mrs. Bert Deal and Mrs. ; Dick Sorensen. and families. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Colwell spent the past week end visiting relatives in Fort Dodge. They, also visited a nephei^-, Roy Ruebel, who is recovering from a recent operation ait the Mercy hospital. - . Mrs. Raymond Loveall of Brazil, Indiana, left Sunday for Des Moines and thence home after visiting the past three weeks here with her sisters, Mrs. Bert Deal and Mrs. Dick Sorensen, and other relatives. Pfc, Charles Cretzmcyer came home Tuesday irom Iowa City where he is a medical student, for two weeks visit with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeycr. His sister, Jane, is attending summer school at the university. Mrs. Win. C. Dau and her mother, Mrs. Peter Ehlers, of Swea City, returned Saturday irom Walnut, Iowa, where .they had been with Mrs. Ben Sornsen whose husband passed away recently. Mrs. Sornsen is a sister of Mrs. Dau. Flight Officer Elton Elston came Monday evening and will leave again Friday for Westover Field, Mass., where he has been .stationed the past six months. He will receive his reassignment or- ders when he returns. Me^ is vls« iting here with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Elston. Mr. and Mrs. Al Coleman 4nd family .of Cedar Falls, the Simonsons and Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan of Graettinger were Sunday visitors at the Bert Deal home. Mrs. Coleman is a daughter of the Deals, Mrs. Simonson is a sister of Mrs. Deal, and Mrs. Morlan is the mother of Mrs. Deal and Mrs. Simonson. Betty Schmidt of Davenport spent a ifew days visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmidt, and returned Sunday with her sister and husband, Lt. and Mrs. Lawrence Coppotelli, who were on their way to Miami, Florida. Betty is employed as stenographer for the Deering Company. Joanne Hutchison is attending Camp Hantesa, the Camp Fire Girls Camp of the Greater Des Moines Council of Camp Fire Girls, which is located six miles south of Boone, adjoining the Ledges State Park. She will be in camp for period one from June 17 to 24. Joanne is the daughter of Attorney and Mrs. D. C. Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peter of LuVerne are the proud parents of a new daughter born June 7 at the General hospital. The baby has been named Joyce Diana. This makes three girls for the Peters. Mrs. C. Peter and. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Morgan of Algona are the grandparents. "The Vivian Mdrgahiv •*•'.•: • MM. Mfcda Hodflcld Estherviiie W6dMesdiy $oi -if ? days visit at the -Seme of Mrs, A. --H. :-SchfllW> S went: to visit Her grandsdH, waine, who Is Visiting at his tfifi ternai grandparents' hom& 481 week. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ren* field, Duwainfe's parents, are .ttv»; ing at Valley City, N, D., Clark'is a pharmacist in the unit, a branch of the state teaett* ers college. " Mrs. Hatry Hftfgfeavei, Omaha, Neb., and her daug Arlene, of Des Momes, came Mon» day evening for a vsk here with the P. H. Hargreaves, parents of Harry, and at. Whittemore with her parents, Hr. and Mrs. Torti Carmody. Arlene is taking cSdet nurses training at Des Moittes and is on a three weeks' vacation. Before entering nurses training At* lene was employed at the S & I* Store, and is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard SheMott and son, David, returned to Eldora Saturday after a few days' visit at the home of Mrs. Sheldon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jttft Anderson. They will leave today for San Franciscb where Kicham is stationed doing searchlight maintenance work, There , ate about 700 men in the army doinit this type of work. Richard was •Employed at the Algona Upper v Des Moines office. before entering the service in February of 1943. APRICOTS No. 10 Tin 99c CRISCO J Ib. 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