The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1945 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 9, 1945
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The AlgoHa Hp^De^Mointt, Algeria, loWa, Au^lst 9,1945 MM. W. B. Kae of MasttA City spent the week end visiting here -with he* sister Mts. Merle WeB- ster. Mrs. Harold Woodward of Whit lemofe went to Rochester this •week where she will Undergo surgery. . Mr. and Mi* Chris Waltukttit and Mr. and Mfs. Hans Wallukalt •of F.ort Dodge spent Sunday and Monday at OkbbbjL' T, 11. ChriBchllles left Tuesday ailght for Chicago on a, buying trip ior the store and is expected back the end of the week. Mi's. r;-F. Twogood, Mrs. II. B. "White and Mrs. Beth rfanse-Miller spent the week end: -with Mrs. W. D. Andf A Okoboji Mrs. Harold Brandtfw and her new son, Roger Wayfi|, left the Kossuth hospital Wednesday for their home southwest of Algona. ^Rogers was born July 29th. . The condition of E. N. Taylor, •who is in the university hospital at Iowa City, remains about the same. Mrs. Louis Buhr, a. daughter from Mason City spent the ;week «nd visiting him. Ray Beamish, Bill Finn, James Schneider and Norman' -Crawford returned Wednesday -from - Lake "Winneblgoshis, Minn., .where they had been fishing since Sunday. They report a very good catch. , : Ann Fechner, accompanied by •Bess 'Hopkins, Louise Magnuson and Clarice Amesbury, spent 'the first part of the week in Minneapolis: Mrs. Fechndr 5 'went- ori a buying trip" "for the Elite Shop'. . Mr. and Mrs. Max Stratton are "the parents of a son, Larry Merle, born Tuesday, July 31 at the General hospital. The baby weighed six pounds and 10 ounces. Mrs. Stratton is the former Frances Sorensen. Mrs. Max Stein of Chicago and her daughter, Mrs. Jack Silverman, • of Minneapolis will leave Friday for their homes after visiting here . since Sunday at the home of their daughter and sister Mrs. Joe Greenberg. Mrs. Ray Hogan returned to Algona Tuesday night from Rochester where she had spent the past month receiving treatment for her «yes. Mrs. D. S. Wildin, who was •visiting there at the time, brought Mrs. Hogan home. • • Dr. and Mrs. L. C. O'Toole of LeMars returned Tuesday after spending the week end here with Mrs. O'Toole's brother, Dr. Karl Hoffman, and fanSlly. The O'Tooles also spent last week at Lake Okoboji with'the Hoffmans. ' Mr. and- Mts. Wnt. Runge ant family are spending tfiis week at pkoboji. Since his return from the .West coast Bill has been assisting at the Elbert Shoe Repair, but expects to 'establish a business of his own in tHe near future. Mrs. James Allen and sons, Jack and Bill, spent last .week end a| Great Lakes visiting their son and brother, Dick Allen, who iS 'taking his boot training there. Dick will graduate Aug. 16 and Will spend a 7-day furlough at home. Mrs. F. A. Corey is expected home the last of the Week from iCedar Falls where she and her 'sister, Mrs. Aggie Knapp, of Mason City have been visiting since last Friday.with Mrs. Corey's daughter Mrs. E. L. Rekers, f and family. Mrs. Ella MacDonald and'chil- dren, Shirley and Sue, of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Chambers and Margaret of Wykoff, Minn., spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. .Ed Chambers. Mr. Chambers is school superintendent atvWykoffi Mrs. W. L. AHaud, Mrs. Mary Boswell, Mrs. Harold - Skow ,of NeWton and Mrs; Yemen" Young of State Center" attended the Northwest Iowa Golf Tournament held Monday at Spencer. Mr. Skow took part in,the tournament and won the state championship. ;' Jay Winimer and two children, Joyce •arid Kenneth', left 1 Wednesday for Bozema, Mont., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wimmer. They plan to be gone about 'two weeks. Mrs. Wimmer is in charge of the Woodward store during her husband's absence. A-C Win. Rex Taylor left last Thursday for the , Midland Air Field, Midland, Texas, after spending a 15-day furlough here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor. Rex has signed up for flight engineering and will be assigned to further duties upon his return.' T-4 Thomas Bestcnlchncr arrived home Tuesday evening to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bes- tenlehner. He is on a 30-day furlough following his return from 13 months overseas in Germany. Tommy is with the 333rd Ordnance Division and will report to a camp in the Carolinas upon completion of his furlough. Pvt. George Banwart spent the week 1 end visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. George W> Battwart. PVt. Banwart is attending a school at Camp Crowder, Mo. : M». J. F. Overmyer left today for Des Moines to meet her daughter, Mrs. Dale Carr and little daughter, Barbara, who will accompany her to Algona for s week's^visit here. Patricia McEnroe arrived home Sunday morning to spend the re niainder of the summer here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe. Patricia has attended Northwestern University, Evanston, 111,, the past year and also took a six-weeks course which she has just completed. She will be a senior next year. ) Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill received a phone call Tuesday from their son, Jack, at San Diego, Calif., announcing the birth of a son, named Jack" Phillips, and weighing -8 Ibs. 10 oz. on the same day, August 7. This is the first grandson <for the local Hemphills. Jack has a daughter, Sandra, who is two years old. He is a mo.or machinist mate first class stationed at the navy base at San Diego. Sgt. Louis Verveer arrived in Algona Wednesday morning for a two weeks visit here with his wife, the former Janet Zerfass, and their son, Phillip, and her parents Mr. and Mrs. 'P. P. Zerfass. Mrs. Verveer and Phillip have spent the past two weeks visiting here. Sgt. Verveer is on furlough from Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio;'where he is in the radar laboratories attached to the air corps. His wife and son Will accompany him back to Dayton. Pvt. and Mrs. Dean Jewenson are the proud parents of their first child, Douglas Kirby, born Wednesday morning at the Kossuth hospital anld weighing eight pounds. Mrs. Jergenson is the former, Mary Ann Flaig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig of Lone Rock. This is the first grandchild for the Flaigs and first great grandchild for Mrs. C. Aclferman at Burtj'.srMrs.-Jergenson^ and Douglas are leaving the hospital today. Pvt.' Jergenson is stationed at Camp'Robinson, Ark... .y' ; Dean Kohlhass, QM 3-c, called home Wednesday morning from Oakland, Calif., saying he had a very short leave and would fly as far as Des Moines. He arrived in Algona early tflis morning. Dean is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas. This was the first wood they had heard from him lor two months; ' The last time after the Okinawa invasion when he was in San Francisco a shqrt time. • Mrs. Kohlhaas had gone -to the lakes Tuesday with'Mrs. Karl Hoffman and daughter, Joan, but returned to Algona as soon as possible. , . 1 Mr*. Cart spies ahd Barbara Haggard'were in Ma'sOff City Friday, ' i G. A. Burrell of Pefr? spent Tuesday evening with his daughter Mrs. H. A. Tuttle and family Lad Coffin and Bobble Gram;bell, from Des Moines, Were weekend visitors at the C. C. Adams home. George DINoto arid twft children of Fort Dodge spent the week end visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Eaton of Duncombe were week end visitors at the home of the former's sister Mrs. S. J. Backus. ; Dick Sittlcr of Des Moines spent the week end here with thlj Glenn Raney family. Dick is a senior at Drake University, Des M6iiies. Eddie Sifert is going to Humboldt the last of next week to present his clown and contortionist act at the Humboldt county fair. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson and son Monty leave tomorrow (Fri.) for a week's vacation at Lake .Okoboji. They will stay in a cottage on Hayward's Bay. Ruth Banwart of Cedar Falls Spent the week end visiting here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George W. Banwart. Ruth is employed in a bakery at Cedar Falls. Mrs. nawha L. E. Rasmussen of Ka- and three children came Cobbler Potatoes £ $3.98 X'the, earliest .. ill: Niys: Rone. Motion made by by Johnson thaf ditch rlght-of " allowed: D^^^_ Hutchiraoiy 3.1 acres-'' idltor to last Saturday and left 'Tuesday night after visiting here With her sister, Mrs. Orville Wicks and family. Pfc. Howard Genrlch spent Saturday here on a 3-day pass .from Winter General Hospital,. Topeka, Kansas, visiting his mother Mrs. E. A. Genrich, and other relatives and friends. ; , , " •' ' -Li. Mildred K..Faber has been promoted from a second .lieutenant to a first. She 'is at. present i/i southern France where .she. will be for several months before her assignment. JoEllen Nelson arrived" home Saturday from Colorado'Springs; Colo., where she had spentth'e past few months. She will remain here indefinitely with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan. Meredith Raney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Raney, spent last week end visiting Ruth Manice^ at Estherville. The girls were roommates for two years at Drake University, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Clark of LaCrosse, Wis., were week end visitors with, relatives here - and at Britt. Mr. Clark is a brother of Mrs. Geo. H. Johnson,' Mrs-; R. V. Fitch and Mrs. B. H. Potter, all of the Algona vicinity. Edna Miller arrived MohddYi evening from Fort^Lauderdalei where she has been doing''beauty work. She will spend about a month's vacation here : with '•" mother' Mrs; Irene 'Gllmpre, ~ fore returning to Florida.^,)/ ' Ruth Ann Sigsbee and' ''Elvie Vera spent the week end- .^siting here from Omaha where'they "are cadet nurses at the Imnjariuel Lutheran hospital. They "visited then* parents Mr. and Mrs. Sigsbee and Mr. and M: Vera,5 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Langniack have rented the Upstairs apart ment In the home 6f the late Mrs J. T. Chirschllles. The Langmacks recently purchased the Ben Frankline store. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ohnesottge have the downstairs apartment. The Ohnesorges now own the fbrmer Barker drug store Pfc. Edward Skllling: Is home visiting his father, Fred Skilling and other Algona relatives and friends. He has been in France and Germany. He has two battle stars, the purple heart, and a combat infantryman's badge. He goes from here to Okimulgee hospital. Oklahoma, for further treatment for shrapnel wounds and kidney infection. Pvt. Eleanor WACS visited Wednesday, and Fraser Algona of the friends Thursday while on a 15-day furlough from the Chemical Warfare Service Dugway Proving Ground, Pooele, Utah. She also visited in Des Moines and attended the Episcopal church workers conference at Clear Lake for a short time. From here she went to Phoenix, Ariz,, to visit her mother Mrs. Walter Fraser. Mr. and Mrs. Dow Laidley and two daughters, Gladys and Rosalyn, of Rochester, Minn., visited from Saturday until Wednesday with Dow's mother, Mrs. Agne Laidley, sister, Mrs. Milton Dahl. and niece, Mrs. Merle Pratt; also with Mrs. Laidley's brother, Roy Nichols. They went from here to Fort Dodge to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Nichols. Dow is employed by. the Whiting Press, a job printing shop in Rochester. 1st Lt. and Mrs. A. C. Llchtcr and Melvln Miner were supper quests at the L.-Glsch farm home last Thursday evening. Melvin are home on Al and furloughs from recent war theaters. Mrs. Lichter is the former Maxine Hood. Al and Maxine were presented a pair of hand-painted vases as a wedding gift. The fried chicken and home-made ice cream 'really hit the spot" according to Al and Mel. Other supper guests were Henry Lichter, Al's father and Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch md daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 3pecht and son and Mrs. Joe Lich- ;er and family. fOR CANNING •BUARTE PLUMS - . _ ._ , ..,,. ...... Boske « 98c CANTALOUPE :...„..........:_;...;...• " .....£...:.; lb . i0c CAR ROTS ........._.......;...._..„.;....;._.._...... 2 SWEET PO T A TOES;/ ;.......:.i..;.:...;...;...,;...;,; 2 »». 19c Cream Style Country Garden Corn....;.-.;.;2 cwis : Heinz-' ; .. • ' . Tomato Soup.... ....„., 2 cans Apple Butter....; ' ...| Armour's Peanut Butter , 'Jack Sprat 46 oz. Grapefruit Juice. JJ5c No Points Brown, Beauty Beans. oz. 19 No. can Hominy ......... ...... ........... ...... |£ c Olive Butter..: ...,„. qt. jar 55 C Velvet • . Chocolate Syrup........ go oz. jar .... 3 1 c Jack Sprat 46 pr. No Points Tomato'Juice ^- 2JC Folger's Coffee, lb. 29c Certo 23c Jack Wheat Puffchv,.,-..,. ...... 2 for |9c Swift's Kitchen Kleru;er T ,, : . 2 cans I3c Pm* 09, . , CauBf Fioiir. t A.»:,.....i. T . 2 for (fg Fo? Overseas - .'",*'.,„. »'• "X Fruit CaJce., ....... _,,..,.211i, 23c 13 oz, Sure-Jell ,..„.'..,J Nabisco " Shredded Wheat - 2 fw 23(8 25c Paint and Surfa?? Cleanser Tidy Houfe Ige size Graham Crackers,. y.'-'Jb- 186; 2 Ujf. 33C »Phyllls^rawf ofd' * Baas came last.WednesdayjSfOf a tfiree. weeks' vacation, w.ith<fjtheir parents, Mr..and Mjs. Npin&h:J. Crawford and Mr. and Mrs.ifulius Baas. Both girls-are taking Headet nurses training-'-at the Lutperari hospital in Des Moines. * Mrs. V. G. Grotte and fsons, Richard and David, of Pico, Qialif., arrived Sunday* and will be .-here for the/ duration at the home of Mr.sprotto's parents, Mr. and'Mrs. John Grotte. The latter and their .daughter, Dolores, and theiyis^^prs expect, to go to Minnesota }next week for a rvacation. ', !? * Jimmie DeZellar, son of Mrs. E. L. DeZellar, arrivi day afternoon from St./Paul, Minn., where he had spent ^ few days visiting. Jimmie has finished •his :'boot training; at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station and is-home, until Friday when he will return to Great Lakes for further assignment, Cpl. and Mrs. i Richard Halphi arrived home Saturday from Camp Carson, Colorado Springs, Colo, where Richard received, a medical discharge last Thursday. Cpl. Halpin had spent 8 or .9, months overseas in the ETO and returned to this,country last, .February. 'While in the army he was with the field artillery. , O. A. Laabs left Tuesday for Hollywood/Calif., after spending 7 weeks visiting here with his daughter, Mrs. Loren Brown, an,d looking after his farm interests. Mr. Laabs has been in California for over a year, living in an apartment owned by his brother-in- law A. C, Wilner, who -runs an apartment court. Part of the time Mr. Laabs has been employed in the shipyards. '.--.- , • Pfc, James Will leaves Friday for Lincoln, Nebr,, after spending two weeks visiting here jvith'his parents Mr, and Mrs. Walter Will, and other relatives. James grgdu- ated from gunnery school July. 21 at Fort Meyers, iFla. His brother, Don, who has been visiting here since-July 2 will leave Aug. 20 for Baltimore, Md., where he will re- pprt to the merchant marine for further sea duty, Key, and Mrs, HSrry M. Burns pf SJpux CJty gpen,t a day last week Visittng 4»ere with" old, friends and at the H. Ar f«i$H 4 re,s,idence. The Algona, Rjy, B,urn| W9/We also canjf ta_-Btti|nfl ihe,w of j^ill JiolQ^^li jBjnd J63tlQ6 man,, daughter-/of Mr; m^A' Mrs. Jphn C. $UJjh.inan r ,,whQ were former residentSih^re at the same time. ' VAIM>. TAlllMuin MDV will awlvrA Lone Rock Couple's Baby Grandson Dies A 10-pound baby boy born Aug. 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, of Gowrie, at the Lutheran lospital in Fort Dodge died 23 lours later. Funeral services were leld Friday afternoon in Gowrie. Mrs". Johnson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs; • Charles Morris, of Lone Rock. The Johnsons have another child, a daughter Carolyn Ann, who is 3% years old. Two Land Tracts, One House Sold Two land tracts and one house have been sold during the last week here. C. W. Nicoulin, real estate broker, has sold a 160-acre unimproved tract in Seneca township Belonging to M. P. Haggar&!In LuVerne township, 160-acres,-« unimproved bel6nging to the* Vaughn estate •have been sold to Gordbn-M. Flint, of DeKalb, 111., for $150 an-acre. ' The William Dray tori house on East Elm street has been sold .by C. B. Murtagh to Sam Olson, w retired farmer from Humboldt, who plans to move here. Former Algdnait Celebrates 84th Birthday lit West Algona people will extend congratulations to C. M. Doxsee, of Redwood City, Calif., who celebrated his 84th birthday last week. Mr. Doxsee is one of the finest men that Algona has known. He conducted an abstract business here for some years and married a daughter of Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Ingham. He moved to Redwood City early in the 1900's, but returns each year for a few days' visit with old friends and to look after property interests. The Redwood City Tribune mentioned the birthday party 1 as follows: The 84th birthday of G. M. Do* see was celebrated with & family picnic at his home, 79 Claremont Ave., on Sunday afternoon. With him, on the occasion, were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur H. Doxsee and children Clarence and Margaret Louise, Miss Margaret Dox* see, Miss Ruth Doxsee, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton H. Woodhams, Mrs. Carol Peters and daughter, Lynn: Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Woodhams Jr., of Palo Alto, and daughters Judy and Jeanne, and Mrs. Cornelia McChesney. On Monday, the employes of the San Mateo County Title Co. held an office party in Mr. Doxsee's honor and he was presented with a gift. Mr. Doxsee has been with the Title company since 1906, coming here; front Iowa. _, organized by his latfc w; George H. Rice, "'" title business in 1 The celebfatiort evening with a family dinner eight at Villa Chattier, '' ' old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. nold Larson, narrdwly serious injury Aug. I. Mr. Doxsee as guest of honor. Bode Child Uninjured When Truck Hit* Her Bode: Susan I/arson, 22-month* escaped Running VlRA LYNN, THURSi, FRI., SAT., AUG. 9-10-H Co-Hit HAVE I THE RIGHT TO LOVE? from • the house to the street, she was struck and knocked down by a Des Moines Tribune truck passing the Larson home.. She'was bruised but not hurt badly. ' Also Serial "Mystery of River Boat" SUN., MON., TUBS,, AUG. 12-13-14-15 Gene Autry "Man From Music Mountain" Co-Hit m ' . ... i i. i, Hotpoint — Dependability Assured By 40 Years Experience When you buy an electric appliance, the reputation of the manufacturer is important. 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