The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 9, 1945
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SwffSf ANNIVERSARY -Wesley: Mr, ahdTMrs. «ittpson celebrated theif thlfty- fifth wedding anniversary Sunday "With their six children and a-few friends at-the home oi their oldest daughter, Mrs. Arthur Larson, and family, Rehwick. A son, Sgt. Louis Simpson, is at Gulf .port, Miss. Others who attended the dinner Besides the Simpson, children and ihelr families were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gerbef, 6f LuVerfce; Mr. arid Mrs. Elof Pearson and family, of ^Wesley, rind, Mr. and*Mrs. Reese Martin and family,.of Ellsworth. The children gave .their parents a picture and a glass coffee maker. Mr. and Mrs. Simpson gave each of their children a photograph. Mrs. Stanley Smith spent the week end in Des Moines. Tom McMahoh took the Ted Abbas baby to the Buffalo Center hospital Saturday night. . .Mis* Madeline y O'Connor, 6f lomCity, vjsited at the Alfred and Paul Efdman homes the' past Week, Lelsher, of LogaflSville, wisv, came, 'Friday mofhliig for a visit With he? Sister, Mrs; Howard Funflemark* . .The Frank Bielchs, Jack Kul- charas^and Cpl. Bud Kutchafa were Sunday guests at ,th6 Will Hauptly home. •Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraus and Mr. and Mrs. Don Kraus attended a Ketchen family reunldh at Hampton Sunday. A group of 36 boys and girls started detassling corn for the Mullins Hybrid seed company Thursday, morning. The Sisters shower will be held in the Parish hall Wednesday evening, Aug. 22. A pot-luck lunch Will be served. •Mr, and Mrs. C. Hobbins, of Lansing, Mich., are visiting her parents, the Paul Erdmans, She was Madeline -Erdman. Laura Ann Miller, a student at Htamilton Business College, Mason City, spent the week end at her parental Joe Miller home. , ILEWIS BLOCK, LU VERNE, NOW MRYUKYU LuVefne? .Mr. and .Mrs. Mast Block have received word that their son,- Cpl. Lewis V. Block, is now in the Ryukyu Islands. Me ha* 'been there since the invasion. Recently he met his cousin Dav id Pech, a lot of his buddies from the outfit he left last February and Thees Schnakenberg, of Lu- Verne. He reports that he is well and plenty busy at the office where he works. Rain, mud and heat seem to be abundant and he would like to hear from anyone who cares to write. The Blocks have received a piece of money from Corporal Black, a yen worth 10 cents. Not surprised when he saw the natives because he "had an idea what they would look like," Corporal Block says they carry everything on their heads and wear no shoes. He also reports that the terrain is quite rolling and that some of the valleys and mountainsides are "very beautiful." There are small rice (fields, cane fields, small gardens and a few banana patches. Contrary to first reports that came out about the islands, Block has seen no snakes since he landed. The natives have a few cows, a horse or two, perhaps a pig or two, a few chickens and plenty of goats. I ting at Royal aftdVllsd^at Lake Okobojl, Miss Velva Schlpull of Algona, spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. 6nd Mrs. William Schlpull. Jimmy and David Hoepner, of Algona, are visiting at the home of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William Hoepner. Ronald Kraft, of . Kanawha, spent the week visiting at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetsch. Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti were Theresa and Alma Theis and Witmer Theis, all of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Anna Hanselma of Fort Dodge, was a weekend guest at the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs, LeRoy Hahselman. Mr. and'Mrs. Allen Darby and family spent the weekend In, Des Moines visiting at the home of his parents and wlth,other relatives. Mrs. Earl Legler has returned to. her home at Walnut after having spent the week visiting at the home of Mr ."and Mrs. Wilson Leg- 5'^*^ .*Sj ,. .the, earliest-u ill! Nay?: None. .' Motion made by by.Johnson tha ditch rlt ' ' ' allowed: Hutchlrson, 3.1 acres-v DRIVERS Motorists are reminded that automobiles must be parked in compliance with the painted markings. They are also admonished that double parking is a violation of the City Ordinances. Traffic regulations are in the interest of public safety and the police are being instructed to make arrests for violations. Frank Kohlhaas ; City of Algona. Corporal Block graduated from LuVerne high school in 1940. Moves to Minneapolis Mrs. Edward Six and Gary moved Monday from the Lichty apartment. Mrs. Six now has stored her furniture over Larmier's cafe and has gone to Minneapolis, Minn., to make her home until September. Her husband is in the navy. Mrs. Six is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas. - , Sunday Guests. Mr. . and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and Robert, of M6son City, were guests Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Olla Godfrey, and his sister, Rubye. Miss Florence Godfrey, oif Humboldt, also spent the weekend at the -home of her mother, Mrs. Godfrey. Family Dinner. ,, '.A family dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr. .and Mrs. Aaron Steussy in honor of Mrs. C. H. Brooks and her daughter Barbara, of Tampa, Fla. Those attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. George Heimenbinger and Miss Helen Goede, of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Weiland, of Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Will Weiland, of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiland, of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Weiland, of Clear Lake; Mrs. Mary Weiland of Spokane, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs.- Phil Wilson, of Livermore. -Mrs. Jack Guy and.her brother, Gaylord Heinkel, were Algona vis-' itors Monday. •&.•'£;*-•'-.' ^xi-.v-. .;Mr. v and. .Mrs, Charles * Wolf;5?.'ot Fort Dodge, 'spent,/Saturday here visiting relatives and jfriehds. ler. Oscar and Ida Riley, of West Bend, were visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley. They are cousins of Mr. Riley. Mrs. C. W. Cote and family spent several days recently visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, at Amboy, Minn. Mrs. Irvin Chapman spent the week end at Goldfield visiting at the home of .her father," George Kabele, and also with her sisters, Frances and Martha. Arnold Wegner was brought home Friday from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where he had been for several days receiving medical care. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Schlchtl and Jerry, of Estherville, spent Sunday visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto^Ramus, and also with his mother at Irvington. Mrs. -Lillian Zink returned to her home in Cedar Falls Sunday after spending a few weeks visiting at the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Maass. Fvt. and Mrs. Fred Pieiffer, of Camp Crowder, Mo., spent several days visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Arjlpimler. Mrs. Pfeiffer isSthe foritfer Shirley Dimler. •: • . Mr. and Mrs. Ray S.toiie and family took Mrs. E. C. Schroeder to her home in Cedar (Falls Sunday. Mrs; Schroeder had sp'fent several weeks here visiting at the Stone home. , -; Mr. and Mrs. George Frantz and Mrs. Hollis Wilson and r Larry spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kubly in Goldfield. Mrs. Frantz is ia sister cxf Mr. Kubly. Mrs. William Stiel and family have returned to their 'home in Mason City after having 1 ; spent several days at the,;home/of .Mrs Stiel's parents Mr. and <Mrsv- nold/Wegrier;: ' Weiley Give* Buddy Bo* $5 Wesley: the American Legion Auxiliary held its regular meeting Thursday evening. Fourteen women attended and Voted to donate $6 to the Buddy Box fund, used to send Christmas boxes to service men and women from the folks al home and sponsored by the United Service Women of America. Mrs Marie Bleich was the hostess. The next meeting Will be the annual membership party on Thursday evening, Sept. 6. A pot-luck lunch will be served, and a free membership will be given. Mrs. Clara Erdman is chairman. Ricke Children Visit Richard, Dean and Joan Ricke, children of Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke, went 1 to East Dubuque last week with Mr. and Mrs. John Welter. They will visit relatives several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Welter have been visiting at the home of her parents, the Ben G. Studers, a few weeks. Mrs. Welter is the former Zita Studer. St. Louis Visitors. Mrs. Violet Waldorp and small daughter Donna, of St. Louis, Mo, were visitors recently at her parental Eli Goodnow home, and with her sister and family, the Herman Ostercamps. A family picnic was held at the Goodnow home July 29. Attending were the Ostercamp family, Gordon Giddings family and the Earl Goodnows and the Vernon Beener family, of Mason City. ' Patrick Scanlan, of Colman, S. D., Came Friday for a few days •visit at'the home of his aunt Mrs. Viola Studer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman and Mrs. Jim Silbaugh were Tuesday evening dinner guests last week at the Robert Kain home near Sexton. Ruth Vitzthum, who is employ- ed in the Park Inn, Mason City, came Thursday to attend the funeral of Robert Welter Friday afternoon. ' Mrs. Jim Silbaugh visited friends here test week and disposed of household goods which had been stored at the Roy Kollasch home! Mary Lee Erdman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdman, Is spending a 12-day vacation from her duties as a stenographer • in Dayton, Ohio*. Mrs. Eunice Nelson went tc Clear Lake Friday night and ac companied her son Tom Nelson tc Colorado. He was married Vivian Turner there Sunday. Ed Studer, Jr., of Minneapolis Minn., visited Ben, Julius ant 2mma Studer here Thursday. He had been a supervisor on the Alan highway for 3 years and wil >e employed in similar work at Wells, Minn. Mrs. Silbaugh and daughter iarmen, who visited relatives at iost Island several days last week vent to Ralston Monday. They xpect to leave soon for their home n Long Beach, Calif. Nona and lobert Silbaugh are employed in cranton. Horn* Comfort thai Lull • Housttim* with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phont ui today CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 AtGOJTA, IOWA Cowan Complete &W!A. '>..?V:i:.. jfl Roofing — SIDING — Insulation Weatherstrip — Paint ASK FOE A FBEE ESTIMATE' You may buy on our convenient monthly payment plan If desired. Cowan's can give you a complete job of repaft and remodeling and Insulation of your home. Cowan Building Supply Co, ALGONA, IOWA Mrs. Elda Kollman and family spent several days last week vis- HAGG POST, rican Legion presents e S. Miller'sRodeo AT Kossoth County Fair Grounds ALGONA, IOWA S HQW EACH NIGHT 8j30 P. M. 5HC>W SUNDAY 3;00 P, M. S- "' ^ , •• ' "/;': ;•/..•;;:• has'heeh visiting 1 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Maude Koob, at Webster City, is at the home of her daughter and -family, Mr. and Mrs. Aft Dimler.. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson, have purchased the 80-acre farni belonging to the Mrs. Jennie Lavier estate. They will take possession March 1, 1946. Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Stampka are living on the farm at present. Kenneth Fraser came home Monday from a "'hospital in Fort Dodge where he ahd been fdr several days receiving treatment tor a broken pelvic bone. He will have to remain in a cast for three months. •Robert Bornholcit, manager of the local Thompson Yards, Inc., had as guests Saturday his ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bornholdt, of. Arnolds Park, and his aunt, Miss Ann Deinema, of Concordia, Kansas. ' Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer came home Sunday evening from Woodward 'where they had spent two weeks at the home of her father and at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sturgeon. Mr. and Mrs. George Tiede, of Des Moines, Helen Jean Mosher, of Cedar Rapids, and Jimmy Lothringer, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Lothringer, of Davenport, spent the week end here visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jack LaWarne, of Fort Dodge spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. LaWarnes parents, Mr. and Mrs. H .E. Rogers. Their son John, who had spent the week at the home of his grandpa' rents, returned home with, his parents, Pfc. Gordon Dimler, son of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph pimler, recently returned to Hot Springs, Ark., after spending a 60-day furlough at the home of his parents. Private Dimler was a German war pyison'- er for 26 months. He was liberated on April 14, Mr, and Mrs. 'Herman Schulz and Penuis accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reinholtz, of Manson, to Jamaica, Sunday where "they spent the day visiting at the home of Mr, .a^4 Mrs. W, Jpnes. Mrs,, jjd ^ | j pnps are ., s j s . Towwend Flash «y JMfrs, A, W. Anderson : ' create tor wbisht vffi Wife 8 '911 &:, WASHINGTON 198 || 13-14 IB. LUG FRUITS VEGETABLES \ CALIFORNIA—EXCELLENT FLAVOR WKMII vni-v» i <• h«%**fctihKTl I rtoMTWIl, \ . ^^•'~ '• • Bartlett PEARS * 15 cT RED. SWEET, JUICY PLUMS :"19«'. CALIF. VALENCIA—288 Slit or Zaire ORANGES 5 u*. 57 C ORANGES r 5 ' 39 C SCNKIST-FOB BEVERAGE "*" LEMONS -..^u, 12c NEW, GREEN. 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