The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1945 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 28, 1945
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itgjfl^ijff^ HONOR AT SUNDAY DINNER Thirty?fiVe relatives and frlehds were Invited to a 7 p. m. dinner ;i f"nday at the home of Mr. and . Mrs. Mike Pfeffer, east of Algona. It was given in honor of their son, Pvt. Michael Pfeffer, who recently returned from overseas • duty and arrived here June 18. He has a 60-day furlough at home. Those.present besides the guest of honor, his parents, two brothers John and Walter, were Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Pfeffer and sons Phillip and Lonny, of Callendar; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green and family: Mr. ahd Mrs. Carl Ludwig ana daughter Sandra Jean and. Mr. and Mrs. Ray MUller, Bend. of West Verna and Bob Elschen, of Sexton; Mr. ahd Mrs. H, M. McEnroe Iowa, fane 2cV and. soft John j Mi*, ahd. Mrs, lie MeErirW ahd daughters Sole June and Nancy; Leonard Thll ges; John Johnson and JohflftJ Besch, of West Bend,' Mr.; and Mrs. 'Ralph Wltnahi and family, of La Harpe, 111., a'Isc were invited but were unable; t attend* i • , Private -pfeffer has been in/.the service since April 2, 1942. H< has been overseas Since early in March, 1944, 11 months of which he was a prisoner of war of the Germans. Me will report , to Mot SpringSj Ark., | AUg, 21 for further assignment. The other two . Pfeffer sons Prahcis and Henry, are also' overseas. Pfc. Francis is In Betgluh and Cpl. Henry has been In Germany but is believed to be on his way to the Pacific. he Pfeffers also have a daughter, Henrietta 'Pfeffer, who has been in Long Beach, Calif., since January, 1941. ./ Bits Abow§ Them at Whittemore Wilma Dau In War mining Miss Wilma Dau, apughter c Mrs. W. F. Dau, has enrolled i the war training program at th .American Institute of Business In Des Moines. Students taking thi training are employed under th "United States Civil Service C6m mission and receive $130 a month while attending A.vI.'B. Upon comple^on O f the course Mis Dau will be sent to Dayton, Ohio where she works in the office o the Wright Field at the minimum salary of $146 'a month. Mis. Dau is a graduate of the Whittemore high school, class of 194! and is making good progress a . A. I. B. . Visit Grandparents Lucille Lauck, Gladys Streuck- er and Arlene Streucker left Friday morning for Steen, Minn, where they will visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ' Lauck, and other relatives. ' Sgt. Leonard Elbert arrived 'home Sunday after serving in the army since March, 1941. He wenl • overseas in April, 1943, where he participated in many combats. After the ceremony the group returned to the Shinn home at 'Mason City for a late dinner in honor of the occasion and also to celebrate the first birthday of "L. W. Jr. L. W. Swanson, Jr., son of Mr. . and Mrs. L. W. Swanson, was baptized Sunday at the Little Brown Church in the Vale; by the. Rev. "S?. L. Hanscom. During the baptism Mrs. Hanscom played the organ. -' Attending the services were TMr. and Mrs. Thayne McConnell, Godparents, Mr.s and Mrs. Vern ' Shinn grandparents, Mrs. C. Shinn great-grandmother, and Donald Shinn, all of Mason City, and Mrs. Sadie Swanson, grandmother, of ."Whittemore. The USW. women met at the new Seely Walsh Post hall for a social gathering June 21. They -finished 19 bed pillows with .-slips, 11 wheel chair pillows with 'covers, 24 handkerchiefs, one Af- •;.ghan/and one: wool quilt. There -' ., ' ':;Mr.- arid 'Mrs. Ewin .Kuecker, '.and children of Ames and Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, of Oelwein, were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har- Kuecker. The former ' are visiting at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker and the latter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. -. Mrs. Roland Weber returned ,to her home in Morrlsville,' Pa., on Thursday after a ten day visit at the Simon Weber home. Mra. Weber is a stenographer for the Princeston .Worsted Mills at-Trenton, N. J. Her 'husband, Cpl. Roland Weber, has been moved from India, to the Pacifib. For some time he could not let the folks at home know where he was 'but now he Writes that he was located on Tinian Island with .the S8th Bombardment Wing that is part of the 21st x Bomber mand. Com-* Bode Lutheran* Hold Picnic, Honor Regular Attendants Bode: Following the Sunday morning chtttch services in the Lutheran church, the annual Sunday school picnic was held on the church lawn. y Preceding church services, the Children's day services were held, during the Sunday school hour. During the 1944 and 1945 year 81 pupils received honors for 36 or more Sundays of attendance. •Teachers receiving honors for attendance Were Mrs. P. O. Es- ittay, Mrs. Thor SelVlg, Mrs. Burton Rood, Mrs. Earl Olson, Mrs. Art Jensen, Mrs. Henry Olson, Mrs. Archie Holland, Mrs. Talmai Heggen, Mrs. Floyd Torgerson, Mrs. Lee Rolland and Mrs. Severen Arne. The Junior and Senior Leagues assisted in the serving of refreshments and entertainment during the afternoon. Following the program ice cream and Cool- ade were served. Wesley Brothers Meet In Germany Wesley: Mr. .and Mrs. George fitzthun have received word from heir' sons, Sgt. Dennis Vitzthun, and Staiff Sergeant George Vitz- hun, that they met about June 0 near Gotha, Germany. This ivas the first time the brothers had seen each other for three rears. Dennis is with the anti-aircraft if the First army and 'George is n the quartermaster, truck com- iany of .the Ninth army. Another brother, Pfc. Tom Vltz- hun, Is in the Pacific war zone, le was injured some time ago tout s now out of the hospital. Brail Wright Is Itt Si; Louis this week buying for- the Graham Store of which he Is; manager. Bruce Snore was dismissed tt6tn the Kossuth hospital Tuesday following an operation for hernia, Elizabeth ttoltzbaucr Is spend- ding a few days in Mason City with her niece, Mrs. R. C. Berrie, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Fox spent Sunday at Wesley with the former's 'brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fox. Mrs. A. J. Pattern returned to het 1 home In Sioux City Monday after Visiting since Friday with her sister, Mrs. O, F. Peterson. Mrs. Harry Helmke was taken to a hospital in Fort Dodge Saturday. Mr. Helmke is employed by the Thompson Distributing Co. Calvin home on an 8-day furlough from Ames where he is attending Iowa State College through the V-12 program, Calvin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh. - Mrs. Win. Gossclin, of Coronado, Calif., is here for a month's visit with her brother,/ A. F. Thompson and family. The brother and sister had not seen each other for 33 years. John It. Gorman, of Huron, S. D., Elmer Gorman, of Canton, S. D., and Kathleen Gorman, of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Lt. Pat Gorman, just returned from the Pacific area, all spent the past Bode Vicinity News Items Class Has Wiener Roast ' Thursday evening Mrs. Henry Olson entertained her Sunday school class, a party of nine boys and girls. After a wiener roast and supper, games were played. Those who attended the ' party were Thelma Berge, Jane Kinseth,' Ruth Christenson, Elwood Thompson, Robert Ellingson, Orlin Olson, Wallace Underberg, Bernce Phliksen and Harlan Sundermeyer. Entertain Relatives Mrs. Vernon Tompkins enter- ;ained a party of relatives and friends from Humboldt ,Thursday and .Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tompkins and Mrs. Barrett Tompkins, of Humboldt, pent the afternoon at the Tonip- cins home. ; lecovering From Illness Mrs. T. O. Hanson Is recovering rom a recent sick spell which onfined her to her bed for about en days. • • /••• .•-,,• • . -'.. ;. Cadet Nurse Vivian Kinseth, of Minneapolis, spent the weekend i the Leo Kinseth home. Mr. .and Mrs. Loren Eastman have retuf ned from a week-end isiti with ••.relatives in Sac City. Charles Merryman, who under- vent' a surgical operation -in Iowa City last week, has returned to his .ome. Vernon Schmidt, son of Mr. f LAST CALL FOR EXPIRING STAMPS Ration Calendar BLUE STAMPS RED STAMPS SUGAR N2. Thru Z2 and Al Thrus HI, all Effective. N2 Thru Z2 all Effective. No. 36 good for . 5 Ibs. • Blue Stamps N2 Thru S2 and Red Stamps E2 Thru J2 Expire Saturday, June Pasteurized FRESH MILK - 1 qtl I fir Bot lUC V A&P Fancy (10 pts ea) APPLE SAUCE, No. 2 can Flavoripe Unpeeled (lO'fits ea) 'WHOLE APRICOTS," Zfa can Reliable Cut Stringless (2 for 10 pts) GREEN BEANS '<'•'-' 17|» A No. 2 can • •** A&P Fancy Whole Kernel (20 pts.ea) GOLDEN CORPf 12 oz. Vacuum can ... . Punch Brand Fancy (2 for 10 pts) TOMATO JUICE IQA 2 No. 2 cans :., I'V Fresh Colored (12 pts Ib) CHEDDAR CHEESE, Ib. ........ Kern's Pure (20 pts ea) CIHLI SAUCE, n oz. bottle.... 32c I9c BANG-UP FRESH FRUIT & VEGETABLE BUYS Iced Texas 22 Ib, Whole, HaU or Quarter WATERMELONS „..,.,,...... Ib, 4c California Fancy tEMONS f ,.,.,,,,,...,,....4b, Texas Fancy and Mrs. Leonard Schmidt, has joined the navy and reports June 29 in Des Moines for his physical examination. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olson accompanied their son, Wayne, S2-c, to Boone Wednesday where he left for the west coast, Schumaker, Calif. Mrs. Donald Merryman has returned to her home in-Des Moines after a visit at the home of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merryman. Mrs. E. O. Berkland and daughter Margaret left Friday for a visit at the home of her parents living in Lily, S. D. Her brother. Pvt. Joe Matthews, was expected home on furlough from Fort Benning, Ga'. Mrs. Lois Granseth, who has been visiting .at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Ole Torgerson, since the close of her school year in Gilmore City, left Sunday for Cedar Falls where she will'attend a summer, school session. Mr.'and Mrs. C. J. Shanger, of Waterloo, stopped at the home of Mrs. T. O. Hanson Saturday en- route to Ringsted to attend the Jensen family reunion, an annual affair. Mrs. Hanson was unable .to iattend this year because of 111- ness. •:;;;-' ; '•»;;"' ;'. .;.•-••.•••••:•••.<.••-.. , •Following -confirmation services Sunday morning in which Stanley Arne was a member of the class, a dinner was given in his honor to a company of-relatives and friends at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Arne. Mr. A. W. Gray and Ivtrs. T. M. Rossing drove to Des Moines Sunday morning, returning that evening with Mr. Gray who had been a patient in Mercy hospital there the past three weeks. He will continue to convalesce at home after .which he will resume his duties as manager of the Farmers Elevator. . Mrs. Sidney Rolland, Delana Alfred Schultz Women's Home Project chairman, will accompany Mrs. Myrtle Hewitt,. Humboldt County home demonstration agent, to Mason City Tuesday. They will attend a 2- day district Farm Bureau home project meeting to. arrange a 19451946> -program for county home project meetings.. The town of Bode, with a quota of $13,294 for the 7th War Loan reported to Harry Strong, county chairman, that the amount subscribed was $23,896. Walter Thompson was chairman assisted by a corps of workers including Mrs. 'Eugene Carlson, Mrs. J. P. Jenson, Mrs. T, M. Rossing, Mrs. Sidney Rolland, Mrs. Alfred Vaag, Mrs. P. W, Qually, Mrs. Burton Rood, Mrs. J. M, Rood and Borgina Johnson, week with the Walter Gorman family. Mr. and Mrs. received a letter their son, Sgt. Armand Schultzi who wrote that he iiad met Leroy Stoffel somewhere in the Philippine Islands. Armand has been in service two years and has beeil across 18 months. ; Catherine Streit ieft Monday for Mason City with the Ken Cowans. She had spent the past two weeks visiting here with her grandfather, A. Streit, and has now rg- turned to Chicago. Ken went over to take the train on a business trip as otherwise reported on this page. - ' ,';. S-Sgt. George Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murphy of Lotts Creek, left Monday for the hospital at Springfield, Mo., afteir a 30-day furlough at home. George has just returned from. 18 months overseas with the 4th ar ; mored division in Gen. Pattbn'f 3rd army. ;l Eleanor Steinman, .daughter? of Mr. and 'Mrs. Roy Steinman and Luena James, daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Ray James, recently spent S. two weeks' vacation at Columbia visiting Luene's sister, Mrs. Keitft King. 'Luene is leaving July 6 for Omaha, Neb.; to enter the Air, Communications. School. : .„•-,.-> Marilyn Allen and June Forsjs; burg left Thursday for Masorf City where they will cpntinu^ their cadet nurses training Mercy hospital a|ter three week! in Algona with their .parents, Mr| and Mrs. W. E. Allen and Mr. am Mrs. .'Albert Forsburg.' •'; They -t the first part of their training ir Sioux City. Kathryn Mary Gorman and her. cousin, Lt. Pat Gorman, left Wed-; nesday evening for Chicago wherd, they will visit Kathryn's sister, Ruthellen, who has been attending school there. Ruthellen will accompany them home in a week'to spend her summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gorman. Bernlce Thill and Maxine Bret- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sorensen and family went to Okoboji Sunday for a week's vacation. Mrs. Louis Madden of Marshall, Minn., spent Saturday visiting here with her niece, Mrs. Martin A. Jenson. The T. T. Herbst family and Mrs. Josephine Southgate will spend the week end vacationing at Clear Lake. Evert Vigdal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vigdal of here, left Friday night for Chicago to attend Cogne Electrical School. Mrs. Henry Brunner of Webster City returned to her home Mon.» day after spending a week herewith her niece, Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mrs. Richard Hawcott of Burt was taken to the Kossuth hospital Monday following a slight stroke Mrs. Hawcott is an aunt of "Mrs. Martin A. Jenson. Joe Bloom went to Minneapolis Tuesday on a buying trip for his Coast to Coast store. Mrs. Bloom and the children have been visiting relatives in Minneapolis since last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heard entertained company from Fort Dodge from Tuesday until Sunday, Mrs. Odas Faith and children. Mrs. Faith is a daughter-in- law of Mrs. Heard. J. J. Dooley went to West Bend, Wis., Tuesday to visit his son, William, and family. He will be gone a week and upon his return There will be no church services at tbe Sexton church next Sunday forenoon. The pastor, Rev,: J, A, Riggs, is on his vacation, Fred Layman of Burlington, is spending a week's vacation visiting, his daughter, Mrs, Glenn Gab- rjejson and : h,er husband and baby Miss Mary MoMahon returned tp .hep home, •. In Ch}oag<j Sunday horst spent the week end here) with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thill of St. Benedict and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brethorst of Algona. ;BotH3ffi|iSI8#lare about to finish a business course at AIB, Des Moines, from where they will go to Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, to be .employed by the government. Judy Murtagh Marcia Stillman, Nancy Hutchison, Joan Hutchison and Joan Pletch are attending Camp Hantesa, the. Camp Fire Girls, Camp of the Greater Des Moines Council of Camp Five Girls, which is located six miles south of Bobne, adjoining the Ledges 'State Park. .The girls are in camp for period two from June- 24 to July 5. Mrs. Frances Grantham left the first of the week for Keosauqua to spend five days with her son, Wayne, who has been attending Doan College at Crete, Neb., and will soon report to the University of Colorado at Boulder. Wayne is now in the V-12 program, but has been in the navy since a year before Pearl Harbor.r He was at one time on the Saratoga aircraft carrier, Mrs. Grantham is havhig her vacation from Western Buyers. ' ' . Mrs. Paul Nellis, Mr. and Mrs. Paul MoNeill and family and Mary McNeill spent Sunday at Wells, Minn., where they visited their brother, Thomas •. McNeill, A. S. and family, Tom is home on leave from Great Lakes where he finished his boot training about a month ago, but has since been confined to the hospital with first a siege of scarlet Jeyer and then nw>npg. He dry cleaning concern in Wells before going into the service. Jfthn Spencer, who is sja will bring his grandson, Mike, 7, who will spend the summer here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Phillips Monday from and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Stebbins and Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Pickard spent Sunday at Clear Lake where they attended the Wise family reunion. Seventy- five relatives attended. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendorff and Delores Devlin will leave Saturday for Minneapolis, to visit Mrs. Ladendorff's sister, Mr^. R. H. Lapin, and husband. The two families will then vacation a week at the lakes near there. Rita Dooley came home' last Thursday because of bronchitis and has spent the week confined to her home. Rita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley, is interviewer for the War Manpower Commission offices in Des Moines. Mrs. Dan Engesser entertained her brother-in-law and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Engesser, of San Diego, Calif., last Thursday. The Engessers are spending two weeks, here and are also visiting Tom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Engesser, of Bancroft. Harold II. Fitch, MOMM-Sc, was given an emergency 7-day leave after being notified of the death of his brother, Pfc. Lyle E. Fitch, who was killed recently on Luzon Harold left Saturday for New York where .his ship/has been reassigned to the Pacific theatre of operations. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs spent last Friday at West Bend where' they • visited the , latter's sister-in-law,- Mrs. Frank: jergens. and son Victor. Mr. Jergens is in the army stationed jn Germany. Victor returned to Algona • with his aunt and uncle to spend a week here. A change of address from Carl J. Newman of Macon, Mo., informs us he has again moved back to Shell Rock. Mr. Newman writes that it is cold and rainy down there and not much corn has 'been planted. He also says that some of the small grain dons not look very good. Rev. C. C. Richardson went to (Spirit Lake Wednesday to conduct a pre-eamp faculty meeting of, the Faculty of the Presbyterian Junior-Hi Camp which is to be held at Okoboji this summer. ; The dates of the camp are July 29 to August 4. Rev. Richardson is to be the dean of the camp this summer. '• Mrs. Andy Phillips and daughter, Andra Lou, are spending this week visiting the Henry Phillips home, Mrs. Phillips -has been living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore, at Burt, since her husband was sent overseas Pfc. Andy Phillips is now stationed in France helping to process troops. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tollman ol Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Wm DeKruif and two children, Billy and Bobby, of Mason City, were week end visitors at the home of the,women's parents," Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell. They "came to attend the wedding of- their sister, June Adel, who was married Sunday to Fred W. Lassahn, ; Mrs. Henry Decker, who has been visiting for the past month with her mother, Mrs. R, J. Hutchison,, and sister, Mrs. Rachel Brown, left, Tuesday for Des Moines'where she will visit tor the 1 next two weeks., She will then return here for another month's visit before returning to her home at Long Beach, Calif. Attending Bible Camp at Clear Lake this week are: Rev. and Mrs,, Eugene K. Nelson and two sons, Berger and David, Arlene Hagg, Arjene " Mathson, Joanne Wplpott, Mary Lou Sandberg, Olson and Bonnie Fisher. Bey, Nelson is the business man- Judge and Mfg. O. W. StlHttmi -will leave Saturday for a week o vacationing at Lake Okoboji. ' , Robert LaBarre and Ofvilt Bakken left Friday to drive t San Pedro, Calif., where they wil report for further duties with th Merchant Marine. Ruth Maniece of Esthervllle and Florence Erickson of Roland were week end visitors with Meredith Raney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Glen Raney. All three girls are Drake University students. Mrs. Will Drayton and her mother, Mrs. Nettie Rich, left Tuesday for Hastings, Neb., where they will spend two weeks with their sister and daughter, Mrs. Robert Ward and family. ' Billy Guderian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian, is spending a few weeks at Spirit Lake wi*,h David Shumway, son of Attorney and Mrs. G. D. Shumway, who recently bought a cottage there. S-2c Russell Plckett will leave Sunday 'after spending the week here with his family. He reports back to the Great Lakes Naval Training Station where he has just completed his boot training. Margaret Hunter, Tillic Ruhnke and Elaine Chambers spent the week end in Mason City where they visited Tillie's sister, Esther and Marian Brown and Mrs. Dean Brown and baby daughter, Deana M?. and Mil. HV& &M daughter, Virginia, ate leaving 61 Thursday to spend a Week with the former's parents in Burlington and with Mrs. Fristedt's mother and sister in Clarence. Mr. Fristedt Is a member of the law- firm of Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt. Lt. Dick Ditsworth left Sunday evening to return to Westovei Field, Mass., after spending a 6-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs". J. L. Ditsworth. Dick is a navigator and expects to be assigned overseas soon. Mr. Ditsworth became quite ill Tuesday and is confined to his bed for a few days. Mrs. Delbert Anliker and Marcia visited in Algona last Thursday with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anliker. She and her daughter returned to owa last week from Tacoma, Vash., and .are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bleuer at West Bend. They had been with Cpl. Anliker in Tacoma. The corporal ter wilf been stationed at th& here for over a ye^r, ;: hair, given orders -for oversesgS ' and will report ih daltfdrfllt-atte«? a week in Battle' Greek. MlsS fforif' Hickey, whtf has 'been visiting theY Cumbacks the past three weeks, expected to return With them ttt' Battle Creek which is also he* home. , Mrs. John Ounh of Los Angeles, Dalif., arrived Monday to be with ler mother, Mrs. Mary Thaves, of Dakota, who Was taken to -the Xossuth hospital a week ago M6n-» day following a stroke. Her condition is not very good. Also here ;o see her mother is Mrs. Thomas Papineau and son Billie, of Chi* cago, who arrived last Thursday. A son, Leland Thaves, of Port Huenema, Calif., arrived last Sat. urday. Mrs. Thaves' sister, Mrs. Emma Bennett, of St. Paul, Mlnn.> came Sunday. Mrs. ' Thaves' children are also visiting their Dee, K. S. Cowan left Monday for Lake Taneycomo in the Ozarks of Missouri where he went to attend the Eagle Pitcher Sales Company annual seminar for the southwestern district of the United States. Mrs. Murlln Westphal left Wednesday for Providence, R. I., where she will visit her husband who is stationed at Camp Davis- yille. Her two children are staying with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anliker. Mary Latnuth, who is a cade! nurse at Mercy hospital in Des Moines, spent the week-end here with her father, Matt Lamuth. Matt is able to be out this week after being ill with the flu for the past, three or four weeks. Mrs. W. D. Andrews spent last Tuesday 'and Wednesday at Kirksville, Mo., where she' attended the funeral Tuesday of her brother. W, H. Swanson, who passed away Sunday, June 17, following a lingering illness of several weeks. Mrs. Harold Neville came Monday from Corona, Calif., to join her husband in Algona where they will make their home. She and Harold have been employed in Corona since Harold was given an honorable discharge from the navy several months ago. THURS., FRI., SAT. JUNE 28 - 29 - 30 •m HAIKU WITH MANY MURDEICX BUT NEVEt ONE LIKE THIS! training men in calisthenics. , ~ Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Nelson sister, Mrs. Henry Guderian. nd son, Paul, of St. Louis Mo., pent from Thursday until Monay visiting here with Wilfred's mother, Mrs. Alma Nelson. Her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Kent, of Chadron, Neb., also visited here from Thursday until Tuesday. And another daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hamlhi Iverson and two sons, John and Low- I ell, of Ely, Minn., left Wednesday I morning after spending a few days' here. Mrs, J. C. Mohler and daughter- in-law, Mrs. F. C. Mohler and two children, all of Des Moines, came Tuesday for a visit here with the former's daughter, Mrs. Norman L. Rassieur, and family. Mrs. F. C. Mohler and children left Friday for Minneapolis where they were to spend a few days before going farther north to spend the summer. Major MoHler is somewhere in France. Mrs. J. C. Mohler will remain here a few days more and will then return to Des 'Moines. Mrs. R. L. Ogden and son, Jon Edward, of Omaha 1 , are visiting at the home of the former's parents, Lt. Col and Mrs. A. T. Lobdell. The latter brought them to Algona last week after taking another daughter, Mrs. John W. Harrington, to catch a train to Liongview, Texas. Mrs. Harring- | ton has made her home in Algona with her parents since they caine here when her father became the commanding officer at the P. W. camp. Her husband has just returned from Okinawa. Lt. and Mrs. R. T. Cumback and daughter, Candy Ann, left Wednesday for Battle Creek, Mich., V. F. W. CELEBRATION Interlaken Park Fairmont. Minn. THRILLING FREE ACTS CONCERTS BY ALGONA BAND FIREWORKS Dancing, Skating, Swimming, ' Speedboats, Rides and Concessions Admission to Park 25c, Children under 12 Free Free Parking and Picnic Grounds CARTER JEFF DONNELI LODEN TINDALL TALA ' BIRELL employed by a Air ' at r 9g« for the camp. /There is an - Of Approximately 500. Patwrday until his mother, ^frs, JE Spencer, 0'8p wa? also ~vis- hi? {nether, hfving Just co»"- pleted his hoot trfilhinf at Great julia Dearchs of Bock (slang. ,, f»d her aunt, Esther Rawson ^WRfis arrived Saturday, to visit at the home of Julia's parents, •Mp. and. Mrs. H. H.. De»rchs, She 'bf here until after the fourth, hfr aunt returned! to Suiiday, Julia is director ,01 the Calif. Fancy Fresh. APRICOTS, 24 |b Northwestern Bing CHERRIES, 16 Ib lug . alter spending a ..month op so with J»e,p mother, Mrs, Essie HipMahon, other : relatives, carloa'd^ of cattle were shipped to PhipagQ from, Sexton .Sawr^gy gyening. 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