The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1945 · Page 2
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PIBGE $1,200 flWt LEDYARD A congregationa meeting was held July 15 at the Methodist church where a repor of the soliciting committee showed that over $1,200 has been pledged to the building fund. A donation from a friend at Louisville, Ky., had been received as well as one from Long Beach, Calif., from former residents. It •Was voted to collect all the funds by Sept. 1 and 'begin work. The following building commit tee was elected by ballot: Harold Heizag, chairman; D. A. Carpenter, N. A. Pingel, E. T. Halvorson and George Thompson. Present plans include putting mi-wood on the walls and ceiling and laying of new floor. There will be no services Sunday at the church, but all are urged to attend the opening of the Bible conference at Lake Okoboji where Bishop Brashores will be one of the chief speakers. There •will be Sunday school as usual at 10:15. Visits Father in Hospital. Mrs. L. C. Stroud was in Omalu, Nebr., from Tuesday to Friday last week visiting her father, P. H. Hargreaves, who is in the hospital recovering from a major operation. , Mrs. LeRoy Aftdefsoft, of Had* eliffe, came Saturday evening, to visit several days at the wiemer hdmes. • Walter M. K. Miller, son of Mr. and M>s. Walter Miller, had his tonsils removed at the Blue Earth hospital Friday. Cpl. Duane Thanyson has been moved from Childress, Tex., to Spokane, Wash., for more school- Ing. Duane did clearical work in Childress more than 2% years. Saturday a group of friends held a double birthday party honoring Mrs. L. C. Strand and Mrs, Henry Hardt at the Hardt home. The af- ;ernoon was spent socially and lunch was served. Velda Estlle, a cadet nurse at Abbott hospital, Minneapolis, and Harlan Logeman, who has been working near Minneapolis, came Saturday evening to spend the week end with relative^. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Busch, on Tommy and Roy Busch went o Hudson Saturday to visit Mrs. 5usch's sister and family, Mr. and Vtrs. George Loonan, and her notlier, Mrs. J. L. Reany. Mr. 3usch and Roy came back on Sunday, but Mrs. Busch remained or a short visit. m Mrs. Bashara's Father Dies. Mrs. Charles Bashara received •word Friday that her father A. Munyer, of Rugby, N. D., was seriously ill. Mrs. Bashara and Tommy left that night but did not arrive in time ot see him for he died early Saturday. Mr. Bashara and Mrs. Fred Munyer, of Elmore, Minn., left Sunday to attend the luneral. Rosalyn is staying with relatives in Armstrong, and Beverly remained here to assist Amoriat Johnson in the store. Henry Frye, who owns and operates the Frye restaurant, was ill last week with a strep throat. Two Algerians Headed Home On ATC Planes Two Algona men are headed home from the European theater of operations in planes of the Air Transport Command. They are Sgt. Wallace B. Mossefin, 29, East Call Street, who has been in Europe 29 months with the quartermaster corps, and S-Sgt. John E. Hopkins, 27, Route 2, 33 months in Europe with the medical detachment. Hopkins has six battle stars and the bronze star -medal. Fifty thousand men fly back from overseas each month. Wesleyan At Scott Field Pvt. Lowell P. Erdman t son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman of Wesley, is enrolled at Scott Field, army air forces training command radio school. He was formerly in Boswell, N. Mex. kedyafd: Miss Evelyn daughter of Moyd 1 Colwell, of Humbbldt, and Lt. William Murray McDonald, oldest son ot Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald, were married June 1 at Montgomery, Ala. Mrs. .McDonald is a graduate o£ the Grant Center high school and has been employed at the airport in Atlanta, Ga. Bill Is a pilot in the Unifed States Army Air Corps. • held Sufid&r at cleat 1 Lake. - .• • . Those attending wefe Mrs. Pete Welter and family of Nashua; Mr. and Mfs. Gleii WoM and daughter, and Mr, and Mr£ Kenenth Wood, and family oi Charles City; Mr, and Mrs. L<S6n> ™ d *S*°£ ?"? d Brolly.. Mf. find Mrs. W. A. Wood and family, and Mrs. Mary Outlet-Jan, of LuVerhe, and Arlene and Geraldihe Vofl Bank, of Irvlngton. Lu Verne Vicinity News Items GOVERNOR'S DAYS AND WATER CARNIVAL CLEAR LAKE, IOWA THREE THRILLING PERFORMANCES FEATURING THE FINEST TALENT IN THE MID-WEST Fri., Sat., Sun., August 3, 4 & 5 IN FRONT OF SEA WALL FAMILY DAY, AUGUST 4—Bring the Family and Picnic in the Park. WATER FRONT PROCwRAM FRI., SAT. AND SUN YACHT RACES—VENETIAN BOAT PARADE SATURDAY & SUNDAY EVENINGS—ALL-AMERICAN AQUA QUARTETTE BLEACHERS ON THE LAKEFRONT — GIANT MIDWAY — BOATING — NAME BANDS AT SURF BALLROOM SAT. & SUN. EVENINGS — ADDRESS BY GOV. ROBERT BLUE SUNDAY AFTERNOON. SPONSORED BY Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce An Opportunity for you to HEAR Rev. and Mrs. Billy Willard Nightly except Sat., 8 p. m. Open Bible Church One block ^yest of Brown's Dairy Plant on Highway 169. This Gospel team has been touring the United States This Gospel team has been touring the United States for some time and are a great favorite among the hundreds that have heard them. ttev. IVillard started preaching at 16 and has a wealth of experiences to pack in each sermon. Besides, you'll enjoy the homey atmosphere they employ and the old-fashioned songs they sing. Don't miss a single service. Come tonight. <jj388^vixy&^^ August Fur Sale At Elite Shop SATURDAY JULY 23 ,We are now showing the Newest Styles in FUR COATS of the finest quality pelts, at a reduction in prices. These coats all carry the Marshall and Swift label which for the last 39 years has stood for the best there is, STOP A|«> SEE THESE FINE VALUES Mr. and day visiting aT"the"home < "of "MI-. and Mrs. Carl Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. George Eggleston spent Sunday visiting at the home of .their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard, at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Merkle and children Joyce and James, of St. Paul, Minn., are visiting at the home of his father and with other relatives. Mrs. Anna Ruberg has been 111 for the past several days and her daughter Mrs. Frank Kendall, of Fort Dodge, has been here helping care for her. , Mrs. Marguerite Smith and her daughter iMary Ann of Minneapolis, Minn., are visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen. Mrs. H. O. Chambers and Miss Clara Rector of Corwith, and Miss Ava Chambers of Seattle, Wash., were guests recently at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. Mrs. Julia Pergande and her daughter Mary Ann and her nephews, Wayne and Robert Pergande, spent he weekend visiting her mother at Blue Earth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Edward .Behnkendorf and family and Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf were visitors Sunday at the home of the letter's father, William Dietrich, at Whittemore. Miss Harriet Beattie, of Malvern, spent a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs". C. B. Huff. Miss Beattie is a former teacher in the junior high school here. Mr. and Mrs. George Kraft and family of Kanawha, and Mr. and Mrs. William Green and family of Humboldt, visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. Herb French, of Forest City were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cote last weekend. Mr. French was manager of the Thompson Yards here several years ago. Mary Ann Behnkendorf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Behnkendorf, visited at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fourage, in Livermore several days last week. Henry Pruse underwent a major operation Wednesday in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Mr. Kruse has been ill for some time and was in the hospital several days before the operation. ', Mrs. Ernest Holzopfel, of'Liver- more, spent several days visiting at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Wilford Berryhill, who is making her home with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Mrs. Bud Dawson and son of Mason City, spent several days visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wegner and with other relatives. Mrs. Dawso is the former Burnell Wegner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hof, Mrs. Har old Trauger and son David, Mis Florence Hof and Alfred Hof at tended a family reunion which wa held Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Dick Ross in Humbold Miss Benona Neal, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal, had ai appendicitis operation in th Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Mon day. Miss Neal has been living a Oak Park, 111., for several months . i 11 -j i jj , , .., s i ted ,?£ the home of his brother' and with other relatives and frl . e nds here. Mr. and Mrs. Hob* Scheldt were former LuVerne residents, Celebrate Birthday. A number of relatives gathered at the William Meyer, Jr., home Sunday night to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Meyer. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Sr., and son Alvin, Mr and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughter Evelyn, Gertrude Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber and daughter Margaret and son Richard, Bode' Mrs. Robert Cash and daughter Virginia, Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and family, -otts Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and family, Depew. Jerry Briar, Peterson, is visiting at the J. J. Rosendahl home. Mrs. John Struecker and Mrs larold Behnke, Des Moines, spent he weekend with relatives. Lt. Rose Butler, daughter of Ml nd Mrs. James Butler, now i tationed at the O'Rielly Genera ospital, Springfield, Mo. Geraldine Rooney, cadet nurse t Mercy hospital at Des Moines pent the week end with her pa- en ts Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron Frank Bestenlehner left for ^rairie Du Chien, Wis., last Thursay night where he will spend wo weeks taking treatments anc rest. Peter Schumacher and Arthur rieidenwith attended the USO meeting Thursday night held at the prisoner of war camp near Algona. • Mrs. Herman Behnke anc daughter Marjorie, are visiting with the former's husband, Herman Behnke, who is taking special training at Great Lakes, 111. Those who helped Louis Braatz celebrate his birthday July 18 were Mrs. Rosa 2abel and Martha Braatz, Milwaukee, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and sons. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer attended the wedding Sunday afternoon of Lt. Knox Campbell and Lois M. Grady, .of Spencer. A reception was held following the ceremony for 10.0 guests in the American Legion Log^Cabin. Mr. Campbell is a nephew of the Meyers. daughter Maxlne, of Manson, , e d Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Herman Schulz. Jean f,?S?& ^ h i?* had spent the we ek visiting at Manson, returned home ounday, Sgt. Edward Lindebak left Tuesday for Camp Gruber, Okla., after spending a 30-day furlough j »»' ome of his Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lindebak. Sergeant Lindebak recently returned from overseas. Mrs. Edward Greenway left recent y for Camp Crowder near Joplin, Mo., to visit her husband, Lt. Edward Greenway. Mrs! Greenway has been visiting at the (l?i m f of £% Parents Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis. , Miss-Dorothy Swanson returned Sunday from Lake View where she had spent a week's vacation a » the j lome °* her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Swanson. Dorothy is the assistant cashier in the Farmers State bank here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hienkel and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson went to Spirit Lake Sunday where they spent the day'fishing. Ronald Johnson spent the day visiting at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Frantz. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bowers and children James, Eugene and Sharon, of Waterloo, are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetsch and with other relatives. Mrs. BoWers is the former Florence Goetsch. Cpl. Howard Smith left recently for Pennsylvania where he will visit friends. Cpl. Smith, who recently was released from a prisoner of war camp in Germany, has been visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Georgia Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Christenson and daughters, Laura Mae and Rose Ann, and Mrs. Anna Hanselman, all of Fort Dodge, spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and son Robert, of Mason City spent Sunday visiting at the home of his mother Mrs. Olla Godfrey and his sister Rubye. Miss Florence Godfrey, of. : Humboldt, was a weekend guest at the home of hen mother. Miss Betty Schulz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schulz, spent several days at Rockwell City visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs. Gus Felder. She also visited at the home of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rosenquist at Manson. Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips and family, of Ames, spent several days visiting at the home of his mother Mrs. Jennie Phillips, and also with his brothers, Harold and Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are leaving soon for Trinadad, Colo., where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Stripling entertained at a dinner Sunday honoring their son Clem who left yesterday for Des Moines where he will enter the navy. Out-of- town guests at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery of Des Moines, and Miss -Bess Conley of Bancroft. Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal were Capt and Mrs. Lyle Nelson and son Larry, of Amarillo, Tex.; Mr and Mrs. Gerald Towne, of Des Moines, Miss Benona Neal of Oak Park, 111.; Raymond James, of Michigan; Garland Monaghan, of Charles City; Mrs. Ray Armstrong of -larion, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Neal and family, of LuVerne. Sunday guests ts Mr. aad ftephens, ' . ; . Mrs. Earl Goepet, MM Clifford Liivstad, Lester Waike* v and Mi*, Ed Johnsdfii Are taking medical treatment at Clear Like. " ^ Violet Walked were Mr, atid Mrs,' prvllle Holdren and family and •Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stoesder and family,, '. >'• .•••.••• •': ; ;•.> .. Bernieee and Marie Walker had as a guest Saturday night and Sunday, Delores Jean, of Algona. Elizabeth Skilling called Sunday evening, Mary Walker/ daughter of Mr.' arid Mrs. Robert Walker, spent from Tuesday until Friday at her grandparents home, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Priester, of West Band, Lester Mitchell of Chicago, arrived Saturday night for a week's visit with his sister and his mother. Mrs. Jessie Mitchell. His wife and Son came a week earlier, Mrs. Mary White, of Englewood, •Calif., who has been visiting her sister Mrs. Howard Witham and her mother, Mrs. Jessie Royce expect to start for home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson of Canby, Minn., visited Tuesday at the Chris Jensen home, The Johnsons were neighbors of the Jensens before moving to Minnesota. ' . Mrs. Chris Jensen and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and family visited Friday with Mrs. Francis Steibertz, from California. Mrs. Steibertz is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dunlap of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dunn and family of West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Struthers of Ottosen, called at the Harvey Broadwell home Sunday evening to help Mr. Broadwell celebrate his birthday, which was July 23. Mrs. Roy 'Lee, assistant leader of the 4-H club, and children Shirley, Darlene and Betty and Mary Jane and Betty Muller attended a 4-H meeting at the home of Ruth Fuersteneau near Lotts Creek Friday afternon. Delores Eisenbarth is spending the week with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shaw near Whittemore. Deanne Eisenbarth spent last week with them. Mary Faulkner of Chicago, 111., visited last week with Deanne. A miscellaneous shower was held Friday at the Ray Smith home for Mrs. Richard Pedersen, of Algona. Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Mrs. Ray Smith and Mrs. Mary Pedersen were the hostesses. Twenty- four guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman and baby son Douglas were Sunday dinner and supper guests at Mrs. Lowman's sister's home. Mrs. Art Alexander, and Joan Alexander who had visited at the Lowman home since Tuesday returned home with them. Mrs. Keith Stephens and children, Mrs. Earl Miller and children, Mrs. Chet Robinson, Mrs. Ben Sloter and children and. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus and children were at .the E. C. Witham home Thursday night. Ice cream and strawberries were served. There was a surprise birthday party Tuesday night for Cecil Bjustrom. Those attending were Cecil's parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 'Bjustrom, the Roy Bjust- roms, the O. A. Bjustroms, the .. a pMlfr (ffiflM hild M th6 Wts .Rdffiifla hottiS. ^M^idlnfrwelfg;; Miff and Mr*, fi. vG>,iWlthaitt aftd l&myi Mrs. B6B Slater" and Children, bf aWoy GjfbVe, Ill.i, Mr., and'- MM; HowaM WithM, Miff .Jessie Rpyoe, Mts. Myttie Vinaifif a«d Hafflet FrancSS tod L, JiLdwniatt. Sunday dihhef 1 guests at the Chris Jensett home were Mf. and Mf s. Ben Schrauth attd Kathfy/i* Barbara and (Befhard r Mr. and Mrs. Cart Htitdhifts and Kathryh; Mrs. John Flynfl and Joatt and Carrol, Mr. and Mrs. Mike' doeta and family, Mrs, Anna Lily, ttow- ai-d Miller and Mr. aMd Mrs. Eldon Shaw. •'.••'••'' Pfe.- Harold Camphey' readhed home Tuesday hlght for a 30"day furlough to visit his'wife, the former Opal Sabin, and his patents, Mr. ahd Mrs. O. V. Camphey, He has been in the European area the past 2 years. He and his wife have been visiting hte parents the past week and will Visit at the John Sabin home this week. Mrs. Nickerson and her sister visited last week at three of the Nickerson daughters' 'homes, the Louis Lowman home, the Lurhl Fessler arid the Aljelt Meyers home, aH of the Fenton, Rlngsted neighborhood, They expect to visit the other two Nickerson daughters Fern Hulings of Brltt and Mrs. Art Alexander, west of Algona. monthly jpaymeht plan if desired. f Cowan Btiildirig $*». 10 0«ll 3 hl/ul Pt.lel Colon/ White, Bltck N O housewife or mother need be worried or "vexed about diiT figured walls—IF (hose walls are finished with Cellu-Tone. Whether in the careless play of children or by accident, walls, woodwork and furniture become soiled, they may be easily washed with soap and water. Finger prints, pencil marks, Ink spots, grease, soot, stains, even match scratches, wash right off its smooth surface. Its beauty makes .it desirable for use anywhere in the home. Its exceptional durability makes it ideal for kitchens. Made in a pleasing range of beautiful colors, Cellu- Tone provides a perfect background for draperies,* rugs' and furniture. Cowan Bldg Supply Co. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA FOR SALE In order to settle up the Hansine Larson estate, Northeast Quarter (NBV4) of Section twelve (12) township 96 North, Range 28, We6t of the 6th P. M. Kossuth County, Iowa, is offered for sale; If you are ' . *» •'-'.. ' •'- . .'.'"' interested in the purchase of this property, contact the undersigned for particulars arid terms. i Hutchison & Hutchison Mom and Pop and the Car... WARD TIRES AND Tires of All Sizes on Hand FLARE BOXES AND On All Rear Tractor Tires ..•':; Knobs or Bars Four Corner News Betty Marlow has been visiting he past week at the Ray Smith lome. Raymond Walker helped put up lay Saturday at the John Sabin's arm. Edith Rich spent from Sunday vening until Wednesday at the Robert Walker home. Mrs, Ida Nickerson has as a ^est her sister Mrs. Dena Grosenbach of Chatswbrth, 111. Also Have Some Grade HI Tires on Hand SCHULTZ BROS. East of Fairgrounds "Ifyou «dc me, George. . . if. high time we had the Standard Oil Man get our .hock ab«orber» in good working-order." ,- ! If your car's become a "rough rider," ita ehock absorbers may need attention. Better ask about this next time you stop ai the sign of STANDARD BEBVICB. Children's Polo Shirts Seersucker Play Suil» . IMMEDIATELY Our store Kours will be 8:30 a. m, to 5:30 p. m, week days atut 8:30 a, ttiu ; •:.'. 1» 10 p*.'afc;^*^ 1 e? fllllliji; fei$$S ,^|wp^lf|sl|Si: 3S* ; -

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