antf fot» imef patients.of Die, ft.M. Minkel, now va lieutenant eelofiel if! the *«hy medical corps, extended n Iwarty welce-irtis to JMm Saturday whefi he afld his wife and datigh- tef Susan arrived hers for a'Week end Visit With the tit.-"3. A. Sanft* ftera and other Ifieridgi •! Dri Minkei entered the service in the spflrig of 1940 as. command-' er of the medical regiment. c-f the National Guard recruited at New* toil, Where he and his family had lived since 1986. Hlifwas one df the groups sent from Camp Clal- bourne,* La., to Ireland and then to North Africa. There he saw Action in the field Of battle with the 34th Division. When the 34th moved into Italy he accompanied them and continued his work of caring for the wounded at front line stations. Dr. iMinkel Is reticent about telling of his own achievements, tHe Situ glvf his cobifteit arid eonfaie in l«i";ffitfXWotthdM liffaef f»e. «e has wMtfeti a attthbSf-of decora* tloDiS aM has risen frdm the ranfc df tf iiiulefiant to that of lleuf* eftant •edldnel dttWng his flVe yeard lh service; He had beett ih'Italy sihci the fall of ifl4a. Df. Minkel came to swea city a&out ten years ago ler begin his first prattler after being grad* uated from the University, of Iowa's medical school. He was married soon afterwards to Dorr Othy Doak, of fort Dodge. Their daughter'susatt was born here. , •Early m June of this,year he was' sent back ia the states on & 30*day furlough, most of which has been spent With his parents and other relatives at Port Dodge. MrsV Minkel'and Susan .have made their home there during the doctor's absence. Following the completion of his furlough early in July he Will report to a rest camp at Miami; Fla., then await future orders. - : . Port Dodge patriotic organizations have arranged a program to toe held In the bandshell at one of the parks there," during Which Df. Minkel will speak. This program WOND€RFUL VALU€S itt Nfttlonflliy Advertised Kroehler Suites l7**3f ..-..-...- ,.,.- •,,- •.•• •--. < -....,. •..• • • v 00^ Sno-Sheen Cake Flour, Ig. pkg ,-25<J Pure Grape Jam (1 jar limit) 2 Ib jar 39c Sunshine Graham Crackers, 1 Ib box |7c •* Sunshine Cheez-ets, 2 pkgs. 21C Ring Macaroni or Long Spaghetti lib. pkg, :... T .;.„,.:....•... ... 2 for 25c •••"'•••-.' • . , f|- V-8 Vegetable Juice, 46 oz. can 35c 14* oz. nfew Wieners, Round Steak, grade B, 11 poinU, Ib, ^-' f " : ' : .", -" T * : - " - -.".'•""• " '•,' f •"'-'. I'- . - ' -•'-:•' ; '"'- " T '- ' •• •• SUITE S22-A DELUXE KROEHLEB SUITE Massive, but not too large for the average size room. The hardwood frames are carred, and the backs are bntton-tufted to "fit you/* This is a suite that will beautify your entire home and be the envy of all your friends. v Exceptional value, blue or rose $189.00 Other Kroehler Suites as low as $89.50. Foster Furniture Store package - - 8 oz. pkg. Id A 2 for ,...;.. X....... I9U Fresh Cucumbers, 2 Ibs. ......:......—-25c Iced ^Watermelon, per'lb. —... 4c Fresh Frozen Blueberries, per Ib. 43c Frisky Dog Food Cubes, 2 Ib. box/ 22c Palm Olive Soap, bath size, 2 bars 10C Brillo Scour Pads, giant size, pkg. . 32q Fresh Peas, Carrots, Cabbage, Head Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce, Tomatoes, Celery, Pepper?,' Green Beans, . :f W*'»t Potatoes, Peaches, Plums, Pineapple, Can- ^ taloupes, Bings, Strawberries, , IS AWARDED OF MERIT . the 45th Division of the SeVehth Army in Gefliiany: The Legiofl of Merit recently was awarded: to Sgt. Lebnard M, El* be*t, of Whittemore, Iowa, for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the pdfformaftce of outstanding service from March to November, 1944. toy order of'Maj. Gen. R. T. Frederick,, commanding general of the 46th division. 'lie Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Elbert, of Whittemore, 'and has been in the army since March of 1941, He came* overseas in April, 1948, and is currently a member of Company C, 645th Tank Destroyer Battalion, a for-. mer student of the Presentation Academy of Whittemore, he holds, four 1 major battle stars. It was Sgt. Elbert's task to maintain his tank . division company vehicles, and the citation states that he worked thoroughly and; conscientiously at this job, On ? one occasicfn during an attack he replaced a traversing gear in the destroyer that was under heavy fire. "On other occasions," the citation reads, "he braved heavy artillery and mortar fire to recover destroyers stalled on muddy terrain 'and placed them In action again. "Sergeant Elbert's untiring efforts to better the combat efficiency. of his company hav§ resulted In the utmost of support- Ing fire to the infantry units it served." Dinner Guests < ' Mr. 1 and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and children of Oelwein, 'and Mr. and M>sV : £- I. ROserldahi a|fe'l|tti We?6 Thursday evenfrig ymj% er guests at the" parental HiSme-? ttf Mr. snd> Mrs. Arthur Heldehwltfe. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swans&n were business callers in Emmets* burg Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hermah Mejter were''Thursday afternoon Visitors at th6 home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn near Depew. Mr. and Mrs. John Melne at Mr. and Mrs. John Meme at- A/l , TUTSI,,--, «. nvnet of fh!- ^SsWn&feffiSVt ^^1^.&$& . Sister, Mrs. Rudolph Will, held at Algona Wednesday afternoon, .Miss Elsie Helmke, of Algoni spent the weekend with her par" ents, Mr. and Mrs. J, H. ttelmke. She returned to Algona Sunday '" evening. Nevln Woodward, will be broadcast by the Fort Dodge radio station, and another broadcast, presumably from the studios, '"will also be made toy Dr. Minkel. The exact dates have not been set tout will take place within the next few days. Burt Legion, Auxiliary Will Meet The Legion anch Auxiliary have their business meeting Tuesday evening, July 3, at the Legion hall. Mrs. William Garman and Mrs. G. C. Biddings will be hostesses. Quests at Rash Home storekeeper 3-c. is spending his leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward. He is stationed at an amphibious training base, at Camp Bradford, Norfolk, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and children Shari Ann and Gary Ellen, of Oelwein, are spending a two-week vacation here with relatives. They also will visit . with relatives and friends at Mason City, Easton, Minn., Mankato ahd Minneapolis. Mr: Walker is assistant manager at the Montgomery Ward store. They will return to Oelwein July 6. Art Heidenwith was at Miller's Bay, West Okobpji, for several day's the past week laying linoleum In the Willis Cotton cottage. He was accompanied by his grandson, Ralph Sebers, and brOther-in-law, Herman Meyer. Ralph and Herman tried their luck at fishing, Mr. Meyer toeing an expert lisherman. Although everybody complained that fishing was the poorest it had been in years, he got his limit. Besides that he hooked a 15-inch black bass. ALL MAKIS 0P FURNACES REPAIRED Depend on ui for the bert furnace repair tetvice in town. Under pretent con- ditioM, if i ctpeciillr important that you keep your furnace healthy. NEW FURNACES? If your precent furnace*— cai, coal or oil-fired-—I* beyond ute or repair, you can tttil buy a new Green Colonial. Aik ut about It Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREEflCOLOniRl FURflRCE SERVICE WESLEY NEWS Miscellaneous Shower A miscellaneous post-nuptial shower honoring Mrs. Geraldlne Seefelt Hamilton Was held in the Methodist church parlors Thursday evening. Her husband is in the service and she is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred See- felt. of Washington, D. C., came Friday morning for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash and family. Mrs. O. O. White, jr., and son, of Nashville, Tenn, and Florence Rash of Muskegan Heights, Mich., are also visiting at the Rash home. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Webb ahd son, Gary, of Algona, were Sunday visitors there. Mrs. White and Mrs. Herring had not seen each other for four years. Fortnigntly Club will meet with Mrs. Ray Dremmel Friday afternoon. Mis. J. L. Miller had the mission study group at her home last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Woltz spent Sunday at the Pete Godfredson home in Bancroft. Mary Jean <Rachut came Saturday from Dyke Where she had visited at the Axel Anderson home. Mrs. Melvin Hunt and children of Dolliver, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schweitert. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Ames came Saturday to spend ten days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Frederickson. Ray Dremmel and Dean Kienjtz went to Dubuque Friday to get Don Dremmel who attended the Dubuque University. Don will spend the rest of the summer at home. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz, Richard Lavrenz and Lillian Bro; desen, of Lake Mills, spent from Friday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nor,man Sanderson in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis and Jerry L^e spent Sunady at the Frank Lewis home In Algona. The dinner was to celebrate Jerry Lee's fifth birthday. Mrs. Lewis accompanied relatives to Whittemore where they attended the funeral of a friend. Mrs. Emma Ames, of Redfleld, S. D., came Friday for a visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. H. Schweitert. Frank Ames, who had visited his mother in Redfield, spent a few days at the Schweitert home enroute to his home in Dexter, Mich. Mr. AMes is the owner of the Dexter paper. The following were dinner guests Sunday at the Fred Lavrenz home in honor of Richard and Roland Lavrenz who are here on furlough: Emil Lavrenz and family of Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton and family; . Mrs. Clair Wermerson and daughter, all of Algona, and Roland Lavrenz and family of Burt. Hostesses to Phoebe Society Mrs.-Carson Simpson and Mrs. Anton Pearson were hostesses to the Priscilla Phoebe Society Wednesday afternoon at the Congregational, church. Hold Charivari For Newlyweds A group of young folks held a charivari for the'Howard Funnemark newlyweds Wednesday evening. They succeeded in arousing the couple, who gave a generous treat .to their friends, t Employed in Packing Plant Billy Koppen, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Koppen, and Avery Mullin, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Mullen, are employed in a packing plant in Waterloo. , Mr.. and Mrs. Nick Klein, of Dell Rapids, S. D., visited>jhis brother, Rev. L. N, Klein, f ; last week. . '• "•'•.-•' • . -' • . ':••!'•'; '•' , no points, Ib, „,„,„.,,w,u7$ : AVAILABLE! TIME CLOCKS 12.95 Just set the time switch an* your radio turns on and off as desired. Pings into any i&dio. Beplaces your jnlsstag alarm clock. Can Too used; also, tot controlling electric current in, cWckpn brooders, fans, cooling systems, water systems, tHermo- stats, etc. . limited Quantity . . . Come iariy HUXTABLE STORE f Oft 1M§ by Mmc. Louray CAN YOU TALK TO PEOPLE? ^ • ; v>fSg!#R«)XSv J 3?5a •»i"Mi'TJ* — 'Ss'-- 1 -v.•-")--'• ~" ; -*SSf i -i • ' •".jffeVSv^-'«« J v: !>ia i '-s^ fgraf - a% f '<' > i '••-. 'I-"-': t''-'- : - [I -4--si-.-•[•'-:;-.•:,-" -.WKV " ~-v.---- •-, -- m U^^^S^S&iSS^^^^:^SM^f^^W^^ Mrs. Ed Everly and three children, of Early, spent last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Otis. June Adel Kunz went to Madison, Wis., Friday to visit school friends and her aunt, Mrs.-Ruth Kunz, and other relatives. The J. P. Uhlenhake family of Whittemore and the Will Hrubes of Duncan, were Sunday guests at the R. C. Bauer home. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lease and Burrell returned over the week- eiid from a week's visit with her father, S. W. Burrell, at Urbana. - June Nobel has been operating a Briardale grocery truck out of Des Moines the past few weeks. He spends the weekends here with his wife and baiby. John Meuhe, home 'on furlough, returned from Albert Lea, Minn., last week. He had spent a few days at the, home of his sister, Dorothy, who is now Mrs. Albert Dirkseng. • Mr. and Mrs., Will Martinek attended the funeral of her aunt at J&rtley Friday. afternoon. ; ,Mrs, Charles -Adolph died at Sioux City on' Wednesday.; The Martineks returned Sunday. The L. H. Kleinpeter family and A. L. Kleinpeter spent' Sunday at the Dr. Leon Smith home in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Smith is the former Esther Kleinpeter. ,Her husband, a dentist, is in the service. . . ! Mrs. Helen Engstrom has gone to Estherville to visit for a few weeks at the home of her daughter and family, the Everett Harris's. Prior to that she had visited a daughter and family at Elmore, Minn. ' Harold Skow, son of Mrs. Esther Skow, was honored at a farewell surprise party at the Congregational church iparlors Thursday evening. He leaves soon to attend Wheaton college. Harold graduated from public school last spring. Al Wagner, who Is employed as pharmacist in a Mason City drug store, spent Sunday here with his wife. Mrs, Wagner's mother, Mrs. Ben Felt, and her sister, Mrs. Nina Ransky, had lately arrived here from Florida to spend the summer- months, Mrs. JR. J. Sarunche, the former Evelyn Haynes, came Tuesday to spend the summer months with her parents, P. C. Haynes. 'Her husband, who is an engineer, is working in the south. They will return to their home in Eau. Clair, Wis., in the late fall, Mjs. Howard Funnemark, a new bride, was hqnored at a post • nuptial miscellaneous shower in the local' Congregational church Wednesday afternoon. About 50 friends attended. A program was presented and a lunch served. Many lovely gifts were presented to the honoree. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Eisenbarth and Mrs, Joe Eisenbarth, the lormer Clara Hildman, left weekend fpr their home in Morgan; Minn, They came last week to Attend the Maurice Dailey fu* hersl at St, (Benedict, and to visit Mrs. Joe Eisenbarth's sister. Mrs, j;IB, Meuhe. who was seriously ill two 'wlelts ago but was much. ' the first of the week. BEAUTIFUL KOOL-LUE Youthful, flattering lines In a sophisticated coat dress of ex* quisite "Kool-Lace".,.o wonderful, lightweight summer fabric. Choose from, a rainbow of lovely pastels; white, navy or black. Sizes 1854 to 24K> 38 to 44. Kresensky's WANT A FUR Now is iheTime to Buy it We have received our first large shipment of fur coats, and they are beauties. --Moutons —Fox •+• Silver Fox Paw - Lamb 4 Blue Muskrat Skunk -- Leopard — and other pofj-i ular furs. Come in and see them. You will be surprised at the fine quality and low prices. $98 to $325 Plus Tax. Convenient Terms Buy now on lay away plan HARPER'S BAZAAR VOGUE MADEMOISELLE GLAMOUR CHARM IN THIS New Shipment Just In ^iiiHiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin = • ' : ' * ' t ' • • ••'"•'. ./.-.. ••••••• | Happiness Begins at Home | Dress up Your Bedroom with j One of these Fine Suites Towmend FU»h i,. Hm A* ' Come early before the •' • • '•'.- • "':':. ?---/^ ..':V- ;• ' : . t" .••'•;''• • 3'piece Um^ Onk twite, G^^it^iMm»9,^ams}lmm~m^nfit -^-':'
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month