The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 5, 1945
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y\j: v ;f$^.Sf}T^ -"."'•',,. /•";".•,'"' 'X' ; •".'•'•'' "" '"'•.-. •;''- ',">:'.'.'.•• • • ' ..'•' '. SWEABAPHSH ATTEND CAMP A group of Swea City Baptist jrotihg people are attending the Bible camp at Okoboji this week. Those receiving free scholarship to the camp %ere Donna Blair and Carol and Marcella Stone. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of perfect attendance at Sunday school, young people's meetings and church over a period of three months. Max Treat, Lavonne Peterson, Clalr Uhr, Mary Maude Eggers and Ruth Sanders were entitled to act as alternates in the event that any of the three winners was unable to make use of the award. The Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson accompanied the young people to camp. Their small son Gene went to Minneapolis for a week's Insulate Now! For A Johns-Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative 44tf Visit z wtth hts^iraftdiJab^, Mf, ind Mfs. Q> A«de*9on, W*ro hstd spent the w6ekeftdi hefe. ButterfieW flcfle, v The annuail family picnic of the Butterfields was held Sunday at the parental George Butterfield, Sr., home. Twenty-one were *pres« ent to enjoy the strawberries and other foods which are a traditional part of the picnic, present from out of town were the Fred Butter* fields, of Dolliver, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Siemens and daughters Helen and Marjorie of Madelia, Minn. Before coming here on Friday, they spent a few days with Frank's parents at. Coon Rapids and Will go from here to Algona to be with Mrs., Smouse's parents, the Fred Petersons. They will visit again at Coon Rapids on their way back to Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smouse and baby are spending the week with Mrs. Smouse's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. August X. Peterson. Frank, who was employed at the Curtis furniture store a few years ago, now is working at the Martin Aircraft company's Omaha plant. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Butterfield and Mrs. George Butterfield, Sr., drove to Algona Sunday evening to call on Mrs. Mae Butterfield, who is a hospital patient there Mrs. Rose Moulton, of Bancroft, returned with them and will spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. George Butterfield, Sr. Buy Farm Nar Algona Irvington: A farm changed owners last week when the Dave Gerbers, of the Galbraith vicinity bought the 280-acre farm tenanted by the Carl Hutchins, east of Algona. At this date the Hutchins have not determined where they will locate. NEW MACHINERY "TOWER" Master Hi Lift SWEEP RAKES and "JAYHAWK" HAY STACKERS. Hydraulic-lift cultivator for Allis Chalmers "C" tractor. Rotary pickup attachment for A. C, "60" combine. Power takeoff for A. C. "C". Electric motors and pump jacks. 4-section spike tooth harrow with folding draw bar. Mulching attachment for Oliver 60 tractor. Windrowers for 7 ft. mowers. Flare-type wagon boxes. Electric attachment for DeLaval cream separator. Endgate seeders. Brunner air compressor for farm units. Wood stock tanks. Used Machinery ' Several good plows, mowers, sweep rakes, Wagon boxes, Hammermills, speed -jacks, wagon hoists, good New Method manure loader. Rubber tired trailer and box. Complete service for Allis Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea and Massey-Harris machines. We are equipped to put liquid weight in your tires. Bring your' tires in for FIRESTONE FACTORY RECAPPING. "Hydraulic Farm Hand" Stacker Loaders Phone 714 Algona, Iowa PASStJWll! leheca: .Mrs. Anna Klelfl, a long" tithe resident of Sefteba, pasied aw<ay at the home o£ her daugh* tef, MrSi Joe CrowleyV thine 24. Eighty*elght years old, she had been In poor 'health for several years. Funeral services were June 27 at the St. John's Church Ih Ban* croft, with Rev. J. H. Schultes officiating. Burial was in the St. John's cemetery., iPall bearers were I. P. Engesser, Mike Kennedy, Francis Foley, Dan Lynch, Frank Merron and J. W. Bollig. Obituary Anna Frost Klein, daughter of Roanne and Mathias Frost, was born Sept. 7, 1856, in Blackhawk county. She attended school there and lived with her parents until her marriage to John Klein in 4879 at Eagle Center. In 1880 Mr. and Mrs. Klein moved to the Seneca community. They farmed here until Mr. Klein's death in July, 1013. From that time until the time of 'her death Mrs.. Klein made her home With her children. Survivors Surviving 'here are seven children—Mrs. Rose Arend, Waterloo; Mrs. Lena Carey, Marshall, Wis.; Mrs. Ella Crowley, Seneca; Joe Klein, Milwaukee, Wis.; Henry Klein, Seneca; Fred Klein, Algona, and' John . Klein, Waterloo. She is also survived toy one sister, Mrs. Reider, of Waterloo. Osborn Ends Furlough. Pvt. Lyle Osborn concluded his furlough at home and left Saturday for Camp CJaitoorne, La. Heretofore he has been at Camp Barkeley, Texas. . Lyle ,spent Thursday visiting at the homes of his sisters, the Wm. Richmonds near Armstrong and the Lawrence Saxtons near Fairmont, Minn. Hosts to Teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen were hosts to the Seneca Lutheran Sunday school teachers at their home last Tuesday evening. Present were: Rev. and Mrs. Harry Mol- stro and sons, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson and Barbara Halverson, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Looft and sons and Mrs. Otto Wilfoerg and daughters. Vacations in Idaho. Alice Olsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen, who has been employed at the Emmett County Branch Bank at Ringsted, has resigned her position there. She left Sunday evening for Moscow, Idaho, w<here she will vacation with relatives. Her sister Harriett is attending summer school at the university there. BOYS WASH SUITS $1.44 Value $1.19 each' CHILDREN'S POLO SHIRTS (85c value) each Women's Ration-Free PLAYSHOES A I i ($1.98 value) VI •* PHONB 65c soh'S KSBUtf;wlf ling at ttfel fh&ss .•$?*__ _ .... Ufa. AlbSJJi e^iSt £»6nna tfelh and MaxL. Mrs. J*Vin Classen tM and Levant M*. andMfifc 3j|ffij5k sen, and Mr. and-Mrs, Howard Preston and sans, Swea Attend Church Pichio. Raymond, Helen arid RUth San* ders attended a Sunday' school and bible gcfiool plfiftle recently at interlaken Park, Minn. This group was from the fiaptist chufftH at Swea City,. . .' : • The Jens Halversons were hosts for a family reunion Sufiday, with a picnic dinner at noon. , 4 Present were Mr. and Mrs,: Alfred Enness, Ames; the Llttu's Jensens, Albert Ullestads and Ronald Careys, Ringsted; the Jerrald and Je'ss Halversons, Cylinder, arid the Otto Wilbergs. Dinner for House Guest. Mrs. Ralph Mlllam and .daughter Marilyn, Northgate, N. D., are house guests at the home of Mrs. Mellon's .brother, J. H. Jertsen. Thursday the Jensens entertained at dinner In her honor. )"" Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen and daughter, Ringsted; Mrs. Alice Faye, Champaign, 111.; Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Ringsted; Mrs. Anna Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. JenV sen, Fenton, were present. Mother-Daughter Reunion. A reunion was held at the Curtis Olsen home last Saturday afternoon When six of the Larson daughters and their mother, Mrs. Carrie Larson, spent the day together the first time for several years. Present were Mrs. Clarence Olsen, Los Nietos, Calif., who arrived a week ago to visit relatives in Iowa; Mrs. Ray Goering and children, Jackson, Minn.; Mrs. Earl Stafford'and Mrs. Harvey Echart, Mallard; Mrs. Carrie Larson and son Eldon, Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Irvin Classen and Donna. Rev. Gilbertson of Cylinder, spent Wednesday afternoon at the Sam Olsen home. Misses Donna Jean and Lorraine Foley are spending two weeks visiting relatives at Dwight and Chicago, 111. Gerald Olsen accompanied the Kalmar <Randas, of Ringsted, to Lake Mills Sunday to visit the Thomas Codys. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Classen and the Truman Classens, of Fairmont, Minn., spent Friday evening with thoir brother, Irvin Classen, and his family. . «,' Mr.\and Mrs. J. H. Jensen accompanied by Mrs. Clara Mellom and daughter Marilyn, were Tuesday evening guests at the Martin Jensen home, Ringsted. lftal« and two <Maf6fe«!; 8M Mfs. . MfB. Pahnkuk and (Millttrift, Busy Bee Club. The Busy Bee Club was to meet with Mrs. Tien O'Brien .tomorrow but the meeting has been poslfr ; poned until July 13. Idle Hour Club. Idle Hour Club met at the home of Mrs. Harry Hobson, with Mrs. Walter Thompson as assisting hostess. Election of officers were as follows: President, Mrs. Odey Cherland; vice-president, Mrs. Harry Hobson; and secretary and' treasurer, Mrs. Milo Bonebroke. The club picnic will be held June 15 at Interlaken, Minn. Mrs. Frank Merron and Mrs. Odey Cherland conducted the entertainment. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Ed Blanchard's 'home July 26. Celebrate Birthday. In honor of Guy C. Giddlngs' 65th,birthday, June 24, the following relatives spent the day at the Giddings home: Mrs. Guy C. 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