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Mg&m f town, August 33,1945 . tor. W. ft. Andrews Is spending? the Week with his family at Lak6 ' 'Okoboji. "„?; • , c Bernle fiieuef of West Bend Js ••> 1 guest of :Elma L6u Anliker: a flew days. , '; Mr. and Mr*. 3. P. tage of Glad* fcrpok were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs; Don Boevers. 'Mrs. Peter Enters of Swea City is' spending the < week here with her daughter Mrs.. Wm. Dau and family, : Mr. atld Mrs.;B; P. Potter spent Sunday in Humboldt with the lkt* Ws 'sister Mrs. Ray, Miner and family. •->,'. " . •. Mrs. Almlra Green sferit the •week end -in,' Atlstin, 'MihU, with .Her friends Mr. and M*S. W. D. StedmanY Mrs.-», batdwelt • ^Friday' fbr^peir Moines where she •will spend the week end with Mrs, Bella. Laird, /v <;., : Mr, and Mrs. Vernoii Casler and fomily spent Sunday 'in Swea. City "with Mrs. Casler's parents Mr. and Mrs. John H. -.Schueler. ;, rfiuella Duncan came Saturday Jftpm Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, .i.flr a two Weeks visit with her atidther Mrs.. Marie Peterson. CjMrs. P. S. Norton and daughter .Eleanor have returned from 1 Lake Okotooji, where they, -havjf been 'ehjoylrtig-a two • weeks "oUtmg^ •'•'•(: Paul J, Palther, Jr., left Monday .for, Ces wh6re he/.will ., . sfottrn into the navy after enlisting and receiving his physical s&me time ago. , " • Miss Ellen Carlson recently re* turned fnSni Mason City where she was special nurse for Mrs, Ed Thaves who Underwent a surgical operation recently. '<f Mr, and Mrs, C. if, Casey spent Sunday In Buffalo Center with the letter's parents MA and Mrs. Jake Hofbauer and, sister Mrs, Arthur Schutter and family, ' Mrs. William Col well and Mrs. Mollle Berry of Fort Dodge Visited at the Leon Colwell home last weekV The ladies are 1 , cousins of Hugh' and Lebn Cotyweli, Mr. and Mrs. Earf Abcrnathy o{ Postville ' visitpd' from Thursday until Sunday of last week at the Don Busch home. The couple is an aunt and uncle of Mr. Busch. Miss Joan Bonnstetter, daughter of Mr,'-and-Mrs. Elmer Bonnstetter of Corwlth is ' spending the week WJth her .aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Willard' Gregson. Mrs. Merle Harlan, who is employed at the Chrischliles store, is spending 'her vacation at : her former hb'trie LajPlata, 'Missouri, and with her parents hear Kirksville. •Mr. and, Mrs. Milton Norton went to Okoboji the latter part of the weelc. Milton remained over the -week end and Mrs. Norton Will Make a' longer sojourn there. .Jttfle Portber nurse; at the Mercy hospital in Ma- soti City spent the w.eek end with He* pafMts Mr. and Mrs. 'AiJfer't Forsbe'fg. ••• ; . ••.^'fci-ft. > ' Mr. itftd Mr*. mthm kite and 17 tot SALE . Improved Y aii,3 Unimproved , : Ranging in size fr6m 80 to 320 acres ,, , s ' Located in . --, ', KOSSUTH AND PALO ALTO COUNTIES, IOWA Good land and improvements. Landlord's share of 1945 corn \ and soybeans go with,- farms- purchased before September 1. Iowa Defense Relocation Corporation ALGONA/IOWA PHONE 226 M I WELLJQNE FOLKS! ' '.•- i proved our na- wer, strength, spirit Shd brains. Our A fighters have fought h»rd, our civil- have victory iion.' I -- , •"'.'. '' • ectric Co. Mr, and Mrs.; RbsS' Madison and sbri Paul, all of Ponca, Nebr,,vWere "•"'"' " Id guests of Mr. : ."anU Mrs. Falk. Colieeif and KArcn Cooper, daughters of Mr, ahty'Mrs. D, C. Cooper, returned Sunday from a week ana. a half visit' with their grandparents Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman at Stratford. Evelyn Dau and Jacqueline Brown, daughters of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Dau and,Mr. and Mrs. Loren BroWh respectively, returned Saturday evening from -the Walther League cariip at Okoboji. / Jim Fraser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence! Fraser, and Jack Dutton son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton, spent the week end in Des Moines at-.the Frank Burke home. Mr. Burke is a'brother of Mrs. Fraser. Phyllis Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford, returned to Des Moines Wednesday following a three weeks vacation with her parents. She is a cadet nurse at the Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan went to Atlantic to visit the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiuff. Mr. Buchanan remained for the week end and Mrs. Buchanan will continue her visit for another week. Mr, and Mrs. Herman Bowman and -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson and son Ronald of Swea City visited Mrs, Isabelle Dahl and daughter Joan Sunday. Mrs. Bowman and Mrs. Peterson ,are sisters of Mrs. Dahl. Dick Potter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter, left Wednesday for reassignment at Jacksonville, Fla. His bride .went -,to her home in West Fargo, N. D., Saturday and will remain with her family until Dick is located. \ Harold 'jcnson of Minneapolis Visited at the Frank Caughay home the latter part of last week; He was enroute hcrtfte'tfrom a visit in Fort Dodge * With >• his father George Jenson and two brothers, Floyd and Merle. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaves have rented the upstairs apartment in the Moe apartment at Jones and Kennedy and will take possession Sept. 1. Mr. Thaves is employed at the Algona Produce. He is a brother of Mrs. Henry Guderian. Mrs. R, B. Waller and daughter Pamela, accompanied by Mrs. Dennis Pratt drove to West Union Thursday and returned home Friday. Mrs. Pratt remained at West Union for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Traegger. Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dailey attended 1 the funeral of Robert Goetsch at Fenton Sunday. The deceased was a cousin of Mr. Dailey. Mr. Goetsch succumbed following an operation for hernia .and obstructions. vives him. His wife, sur- *: - < $•: i *"• f ,;< , tf .•}>]» THURSDA .(FRIDAY,* SATURDAY, AUGUST 23-2*^5 Susanna Foster]!'3 "Riders of the Saute Fe" .:.,, "Frisco Sal" ,nq Serial "Mystery of th, eRlver Boat' ,!.Mr; and Mrs. Harry Quinn of BrittrMr.<and Mrs. Rufus Olthoff and Miss Anna Baumann of La- fcbta'were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H». T. Bunkofske last week. Mrs. Quinn, Mrs. .pithpff and -Mrs/ Bunkofske-rare "••sisters : and' ; Miss Baumann :is a cousin.-: THrs. LeRoy Crapser"'andI Mr. and Mrs. Forest-Hodge of Mason City left Monday evening for a visit with relatives'in Illinois. They will also stop at the Great Lake naval training base to visit Paul Hodge, son of Mr ; arid Mrs. Forest Hodge. Mrs. Crapser and Mrs. Hodge are sisters. Rose Scanlan who is on a two weeks -vacation from the Chris- chilles store, is spending* this week at Okoboji with her sister, Mrs. Karl Hoffman. Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas and son Philip of Algona and daughter Anita Rose of Sioux Falls, spent a few days the first of the week with them. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke of Fenton, Miss Hilda Jaskulka of St, Paul and Herman Jaskulke and family of Grenada, Minn., have been visiting at the Walter Faul.- stick home. On Sunday Mr. arid Mrs, Arthur Leek joined the group for the day. Mrs. Leek is a daugh- Masort City visited AlgSrifl' Sunday. "'•-.'.'Mary Helen McEnfoe spent a few days with her stated Mfs) Bob Schmidt, at Cherokee. Mrs. Arden Orion of Eniinets- burg is visiting her husband's parents Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton. Mr. and Mrs, Floyd IHckson spent Tuesday in Forest City with the letter's brother Jerome Efdman and family, Miss Ella Turner of Sioux City arrived Monday for a visit of several days with her aunt Mrs. S: B. French. Billie Amesbury, twelve year old grandson of Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury is visiting here several days. His home is in Titohka, Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Brink of Bancroft were guests Wednesday at the Floyd Erickson home, Mrs. Brink is a sister of Mr. Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry EiscHied and son Darald spent Sunday in Blue Earth at the home of Mrs; Eischied's sister Mrs. Carl Schimmel. Miss Burnetta Bonnstetter went to Britt Monday evening and met her sister Mrs, Anderegg Who will accompany her to Des Moines for a brief visit. • , Mrs. Ray Ladendorff returned home recently from a few days visit at Sioux Falls, S. D. Her niece, Alice Devlin, returned with her for a visit here. Alice Devlin of Sioux Falls, S. D., arrived Monday for a visit of several days with her cousin Doloris Devlin at the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendorff home. . Jim Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will, returned last week to Lincoln, Nebr., after a two weeks furlough here. 'He has 'been in training as 'a tail gunner at Ft. Meyer, Florida. ''Mr. andTVIrs. Lee H. Reed have received Word from their son Lee Jr. that he is home in Los Angeles on furlough with his family. He is in the .^marines and has been in the Marshall islands. • t: , Mrs. L. E. Stamp and sons Dav: id and Lowell, of Galesburg, 111., pave" been visiting here the past week at the Andrew Godfredsen home. Mrs. Stamp is a daughter- in-law of the Godfredsens. Mrs. L. G. Baker returned home the first of the week. She had visited her sister Mrs. H. H. Fritz who is ill at Iowa City. Her neice Peggy Goodnow of Iowa City returned with her for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Funk and the former's rnother Mrs. Elizabeth Funk spent Sunday in Ringsted with Mr. and Mrs. Boner Iverson. Mrs. Iverson is a daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Funk. Tech. Sgt. Harold Hornbuckle who has been at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, has been discharged from the army and is here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hornbuckle and his aunt Mrs. Eva Deim. Betty Schmltt and Betty Neiswanger of Davenport visited a few days last week at the home •Mrs, G. C. Barton enjoyed e visit Friday from 1 her sister Mrs. J. R. Cook and daughter Jane of Webb. Mr. and MM. Oscar Anderson visited the letter's brother and f amily E. M. Toothman at Burt unday. Mrs. Wilma Brown, sister of Mrs. Chris Wallukait arrived Tuesday from Humboldt for a two day .visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Blanchard are leaving for Cedar Falls in about a week where Mr. Blanchard will be employed with the Gallo-» way milling company. Mrs. A. H, Borchardt is enjoying a weeks visit from her sister Mrs. H. A. Walk, daughter Miss Margaret and Mrs. Walk's granddaughter Rose Marie of Grafton, Iowa. Mavis and Arlin Briggs, children of Alvin Briggs are hdre from Minneapolis for a visit of about two,.weeks with their father and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Briggs. , Mr. and Mrs. Leon Glynn and daughter Crystal of Cedar Rapids arrived * Saturday for a visit of several days at, the home of Mrs. Glynn's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merrymn. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bryant of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmitt, on their return from a week's vacation at Lake ' •• ' . Helen and Julia McEnroe and- nieces Betty. ,Ann, yera -andvMrs/ Betty, *<«ig( Wm.:B;; Higgiris, arid 'small Billie Pat, returned home -Wednesday evening from a 10-day visit with Mrs. Higgins, Sr., at Sioux City and at ,Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Harvey Nichtern and daughter, Mrs. Ralph Weir and two children Judy Ann and Gene Thomas, of Graettinger, visited the Wm. Carney home Monday evening and Tuesday. Mrs. Nichtern is a daughter of Mrs.. Carney. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. y Brown received a letter Tuesday from their son, Douglas, S-lc, saying that he has now been stationedun Hawaii .to teach gunnery. The letter wus written while Haw aliens were celebrating the end. ofethje.-war. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman and daughter; Joanna, of Knox- yille, Tenn., spent Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt at Fenton..The Hackmans are visiting here with his sister Mrs. Fred Geigel. Mrs. Voigt is- George's and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait spent Sunday in Liverrtiore at the George Foth home. The occasion was in celebration of the birthday of Betty Foth. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mayfield of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Angle of Swea City were Sunday guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle. Mrs. Mayfield is a sister of Mrs. Angle. Mr. and Mrs^ Wm. Finn and two children and Mrs. Annabelle Behlmer and little son are spending the week at Lake Okoboji. Mr. Finn will be able to spend only a part of the time there due to business. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Amfahr and family of Jesup and their daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Schuler of Waterloo spent the week end at the M. F. Amfahr home. Conrad is a brother of M. F. Amfahr. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris and children of Estherville visited at the home of the former's mother Mrs. Ida Mae Harris, and with other relatives Monday. Mr. Harris -is engaged in the furniture business in Estherville. Word from Irvin J. Olson, HA-lc, regarding a change of address informs us he has been transferred from the U. S. Naval Training Center at * Farragut, Idaho, to Astoria, Oregon, where he willbe on duty in the naval hospital. Mrs. Chris Wallkait and Mrs. George Foster of Livermore are leaving Friday for Okoboji with four young ladies whom they will chaperon over the week end. The girls are Betty Wallukait, Dorothy' Miller, Ardis Wallburg and Barbara Harvey. Sigwel Wood, son of Mrs. Joe Bestenlehner who has been hi ser- vic'e jthe, past five years, mostly in Itajy, has recieved his medical discharge., .He is a little undecided as j.-: LS^i''-: 1 !.' .1 in -t —• ji a • j_i_ _ •he will do and for the ,. is staying here with his "amftier and,\ Mr. '.. Bestenlehner,\ Mjrs. ,,Jloy Berrie and children, whpJSaye been spending the sum- met'with her parents Mr. arid Mrs. Wm. A. Barry Sr., are leaving next week for their home in Mason City In order to enroll the children in school. Mr. Berrie is serving in the 'navy and somewhere in the south Pacific.- Cpl. and Mrs. Delbert Anliker and .;their eighteen months old daughter Marcia of Tacomn, Wash,, are visiting at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anliker. Cpl. Anliker is in the physical training department and,hence will not be dismissed from service for some time. ''Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell and (two children were week end guests of the former's brother R. R. ;Hutzell arid family. They came f ronv-'Ames and are moving to Lone Rock where Mr. Hutzell has accepted the position of superintendent of schools. ;Mf, and Mrs. Harold ff«e*er of Waterloo came Saturday to speric a few days visiting here. Mr Traeger is in defense work. Mr, Traeger is a brother of Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith of Ann Arbor, Mich., have been visiting their nephew and wife Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green. Before coming t'o Algona they visited relatives in Mason City. Mrs. Delia Laird and her daughter Betty and husband Lt, j. g. Louis Kurtz visited from Friday until Sunday at the Mrs. R. W. Caldwell, Mrs. Sam French and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley home. Lt. Kurtz was on a 30-day furlough. Mrs. Laird returned to her home in Des Moines and Lt. and Mrs. Kurtz went on to Ft. Brandford, West Virginia. Harold Dalns Jr. has returned from Dickens where he has been acting depot agent while the regular employee was on vacation, At present he is substituting for his father at Hobarton while Mr Dains replaces G. C. Scobee in Algona. Mr. and Scobee left Monday for Rochester where the latter will undergo surgery. Harold is only fifteen which is very young to be able to carry on as dfcpot agent. Mrs. L. W. Pox and soir. Billie, accompanied by Mrs. Aufusts Lavrenz and her daughter, Mrs; C. J. Wermersen, and daughter left Sunday morning for Arizoria where Mrs, Fox and Billie have there with her dlughtefls. "' gane for. a yiif't ^>it:. , daughters. Elda M«ep;.fittt Mftfvitf Hiaflv St^SPtteSiteSsjvirBi Lavfenz Wili;'speftk.-";.;ifif"Swln-fiK See the .'|"v|.s Frigidaire Electric I Range on display a* Algona Maytag Store FOLGERS OR BUTTERNUT COFFEE 2 Ibs CRISCO 3 Ib. jar 69c Del Monte PEAS 17c No. 2 can Del Monte PINEAPPLE JUICE Del Monte TOMATO JUICE Del Monte PORN \i VIV .11 Cream Style, No. 2 cai Skippy I PEANUT BUTTER I Texas .GRAPEFRUIT JUICE HEINZ CATSUP HONEY LA FRANCE No. 2 can No. 2 can for Pure Cider VINEGAR Gallon Z9C California Medium Size 0 K A « (j t 3 FAjej SWEET POTATOES^ CAtTALOtfPE P* AC HES EXTRA LARGE LEMONS next week he will attend coaching and ,Mrs. S. J, Fardal of ter of Mr. and Mrs.' Faulstick. est City left Monday after vis- Mr, and Mrs. 1 R, A. Davidson itipg over the week end here with Mfe. Fardal's parents Mr. and Mrs. bring the former's sister and hus- SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY R/ifS. Blossom. They went on to band, Mr. and Mrs. John Gilles, to . . n Stanhope to visit his mother, Mrs. AUGUST 26-27-28-29 Serial "Mystery of the River Boat their home at Swea City. Mr. Anna Fardal before returning to Gilles has been undergoing treat- Forest City. Mrs, Myron ments at a hospital in Rochester. GENERAL HOSPITAL On Tuesday Mrs. Davidson went Ml L K V tall cans ZlC sister, Mrs. Ruth to Swea City to visit the Gilles Aug. 15; Mrs, Roland Elbert, their children came up from their family for a few days. Algona, surgical, homes in Des Moines Monday to Aug, 17: Helen Anderson, Crys- Bulie Orton, daughter of Mr. and help their brother Malcolm Lund tal Lake, surgical; Und.a Smith, Mrs. Clark Orton, left a week ago celebrate his 18th .birthday at the Algona, surgical, Monday for Long Beach where she home of their parents Mr. and Aug, 19: Mrs. J, C. Wimmer, Al- Mrs.. Henry Lund in Algona. gona, medical. KOSSUTH HOSPITAL length of time. She has numerous Lt. and Mrs. Larry Coppotelli relatives whom she will visit and QUALITY MEATS AMERICAN CHEESE SPARE RIBS SKINLESS WIEOTRS are visiting at the home of her she will also spend some time with Aug. 17; Mrs. Wm, Chantland, Mrs. Robert Ellis, nee Mary Mes- Schmltt, during his 52-day leave, Miss Orton was employed Aug. 18: Mrs. H. A. Norman, Lt, Coppotelli received a discharge here, at the P, W. camp, Algona, medical. in July on the point system and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson Aug. 19; Mrs. Elizabeth Koppen, has a position with the Civil Aero- and family spent Sunday at Wes- Algona, medical. Aug. 20: Mrs. nautics Administration as assist- ley. They were guests of the Rev. Leo C, Miller, ar4 airway traffic controller. and, Mrs. J, I, Riggs. Special ser* Algona, girl; Mrs, Whittemore.'girJ, Mrs. Harry Barton attended a vices, were being held in accord- pre-nuptial shower fo.r her sister " ance 7 with the Aug. 21; .%s. Jane Calhpun, Dorothy Hauptmah prayer, After the morning service Titpnka, medical; Lpng, Ajgpna, girl, Aug. 82; Mrs. Sunday, About elgljty guests were a> ppt :i luck dinner was enjoyed- present and the affair was teld in There'was also an afternoon ses- St, ^Joseph's jiallv Miss Hauptman sion, at which Lt. Perry of the Ottpsert, bpy; BavW Buqkelmann, will be married to Harold Martinek gona>FW camp gave a talk, Titpnka, surgical, August 2.8, th.* ceremony tp be held MINCED HAltt Mrs, Fre4 A, Deckmann at Pt, Joseph's Catholic church in and, spns, Jj>hn and Sgt, Fred , is home on furlough, visited. Johnson, graQdmoth- , at the~W« J, lecfeer Mrs , <?. W» Reynolds Mr, and Mr?, H, R. Romantic /?ojf(/e of f/?e Ram ' ''• '•' :'''"-* 5',."....,;?•',.,• . .;.-. '^fe.,:::'y'"-v*feiB'-ft, : £» -.-' fix^iAfif:-.. ai»4 vlftmAJy, Mr. and Mrs, •hornf the latter part of the week. Bollinger were Sgt. Lillian Bol Tuesday The Beekjnanns Jive at Wesjey. Mrs, Johnson makes her home with Werrjei? Strueclter hey daughter Mrs. Becker. Recent- ReyijoW5, Mrs, teP fa& St, S ? sisters and daygbters o| Mr. broke her collar is recpverlng nicely. Barns, 4au*hter of J, D. Bums, returned est p| her aunt ?nd, ' B. A/ Burrowg of jjrs. c. ii ••:•; ' • ...-. *& '(.-.-•.fy. >'-V'V->; .'-';•«:'•'- :-J.-',.H.,VM ; .":--^.s,j..v 7 ;,; 1 5,:;*-4 |-ft5!ft« yeprs. The

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