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i mmrnim mmmm '.'.",' With a 14 team league assured, and the possibility of two more "teams might join, the Kossuth Bowling League will get underway on the Barry alleys Sept. 10, Bill Barry, Jr., manager of th alleys stated yesterday. , Dr. R. J. Thissen, president o the league, said that a meeting o team managers and anyone else interested in entering a team, was to be held Aug. 31 at his office to iron out final arrangements. Teams already entered, and their managers, are as follows: Tanvilac, Don Smith; Lions Club, Hank Furst; Council Oak Herb Adams; Bradley Bros., Wai Bradley; Burt, Carl Anderson Pioneer Seed, Wendell Jergenson Lone Rock, Angus Cotton; OK Style Lager, Julius Baas, Jr.; Percival Motors, Bill Pech. Titonka, Elmer Peterson; Junior Chamber, Bob Williams; Wesley No. 1, Paul Erdman; Wesley No. 2, Tom McMahon; Knights of Colum- tms, Dr. Thissen. The alleys will officially open 'Sept. 4, after being redecorated, and with new masking units installed. Bill Barry, Jr., added that pinsetters will be welcome and anyone interested in jobs should •see him tit once. League bowling will be fou nights a week, and the girls' lea gue will have one night. The latte organization has not as yet an nounced its program. V-J Day Brought Over 1000 Long Distance Calls In City Did V-J Day mean anything to the long distance telephone operators? Just ask them quite recovered yet. they haven't According to Fred Timm, manager, of the Northwestern Bell in Algona, the period following V-J Day brought the greatest total of long distance calls in the history of the company here. And, incidentally, the average long distance calls now being handled here is 1036, as compared with 620 calls on an average business day prior to Pearl Harbor. "The little lady who is working on your long distance call is faced with a series of headaches,' Mr. Timm pointed out. "She first of all wants to keep you happy, then she has to struggle through operators all along the line trying to keep other people happy, and when she reaches her destination she may have trouble locating the party," he pointed out, all of which combined with the greatest run of long distance calls in history may mean some slight delay to the patron. Every man returning from overseas wants to call home the first thing, which is natural. Government business has required many additional calls, he declared, and this coupled with a general civilian increase in long distance use has really given the "hello" girls a run for their money. Mr. Timm didn't say so, but your reporter gathered that the phone girls will greatly appreciate consideration of the problems they face in giving the .best possible service,to long distance users. Hinricksen Reunion Held August 26 at John Frandle Hoihe Ledyard: On Sunday a Hinricksen family reunion was held at the John Frandle home Aug. 26. The following attended: Mr. and Mrs Hans Hinricksen, Howard Hinricksen and Mr. and Mrs. John Hinricksen and children and Miss Joan Hinricksen, all of Blue Earth; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Osmundson, Waseca, Minn.; Mrs. Silver Anderson, Mrs. Ben Brown, Mrs. Jennie Smith of New Richland; Minn.; Mr and Mrs. Louis Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nielsen and Miss Louella Nielsen, all of Owa- tonmi, Minn.; Miss Betty Nielsen of Albert Lea; Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Frye, Rosalie Frye, Mrs. Ernest Henning and son of Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagge and daughter of Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. Christy Hinricksen, Mrs Perlin Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. L -A. Nitz, Paul Nitz and Paula Kay, all of Ledyard. Episcopal Picnic St. Thomas Episcopal church will have its annual church picnic at Call Park on Sunday, Sept. ' flt 1:30 p. m. MM^MMM A private sewage system for Your Farm Think what this means! The comfort of a modern home brought to every member of the family. •Health and happiness with the utmost in sanitation now is possible through the installation of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And the cost is so small -Easy to install too, Algona Lady Cares 7 or Accident Victim Mrs. Henry Phillips has recently eturned from Mapleton, Minn vhere she has been helping car 'or her ten-year old nephew, Nei Iteven, who was injured whili riving a binder, it struck a ru nd he was thrown to the ground and the tractor ran over him. His leg was broken below the hip, the "bone protruding through the flesh. He is in a Mankato hospital where he has had weights put on the leg. Later it will be put in a cast. The accident happened two weeks ago but the chile will be in the hospital for some time. S-Sgt. Cecil L. Cook To Be Discharged Mrs. Henry Cook has received word that her son, S-Sgt. Cecil L. Cook, who with his wife and daughter was here last week, leaves today for Camp Chaffee, Ark., where he will be given his discharge from the army. . Cecil went from here to Camp McCoy last week. His wife, the former Pearl Hovey, has been making her iome at Kenosho, but will join lim later at Camp Chaffee. Cecil has been in the service two years and five months and overseas nearly a year. He has been wounded three times and wa awarded the purple heart. He wa with the 44th division which rout ed the Germans out of the Alps. Post Nuptial Fete For Seneca Girl Seneca: Mrs. Raymond Bergum was honored at a post-nuptial miscellaneous shower held at the Iver Bergum home Thursday afternoon. A social afternoon was enjoyed after which the bride was presented with many lovely and useful gifts. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. John Nyman and Mrs. Iver Bergum. Capt. Dud McDonald Of Algona On Visit Capt. Dud McDonald, until his entry into the army a real estate ind land management business man in Algona, returned this week 'or a visit. He is at present sta- ioned with the army air corps in California, but is expecting a discharge in the near future. Mrs. McDonald and the children ire staying with relatives at Willmar, Minn. Capt. McDonald's plans for the future are indefinite t this time. He has 'been a guest f R. S. Blossom during his stay lere, and when in business in Alona had his office in the Blossom nsurance quarters. Captain McDonald served in two vars, having been an army aviator n World W^r I. __ Lotts Creek Lassies Moid Lucal Achievement Datf-* ' The Lotts Creek Lassies met at the home of Mary jane and Betty Muller for local achievement day. Roll call was answered by all members except three, "One new thing I have made in my room this year." A report was given by the vice president on the number of war 'bonds and stamps bought by the group this year. The club's reporter told the group how many home furnishing articles Had been made. The history of the club was" 1 read. The assistant leader gave a talk on the accomplishments of the club during 1945. The Home Furnishing Demonstration, which was given by Betty Muller and Shirley Lee, was introduced by the leader. A. talk was also given by the judge, Miss Peckham. The girls joined in singing 4-H songs. Following the meeting a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses and their mother and also several members of the club. Mrs. Erby Benson Honored— A picnic, honoring Mrs. Erby Benson of Park Rapids, Minn., was held Sunday at the Call State Park. Those in attendance were Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Mr, and Mrs. James Allen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook and family and Mrs. Sadie Cavanaugh The ladies are sisters of Mrs. Benson, and (View, Hi., Mr, afia MM. M. & Whiter of Masofi City, Mr*, arid Mrs. «• A> ,, W m t ? r ' ^ Raymond find Russell Wintef families, the J. II Meetland family, Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. I. E, Wortman, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. tikends and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Vernon Smith and daughters, Mrs t C. A. Gutknecht and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wortman and sons, all of Lakota and Mrs. Katherlne Park ol Algona, ' > Iowa Theatre, Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed., Sept. 2-3-4-5 f D. A. R, District Meeting•> -A meeting of the flth district chapters of the D. A. R, will be held at the Algona Country Club Thursday, September 8. Registration will be held at 10 a. m. The meeting will be called to order at 10:30, and lun-cheon will be serv* ed at 12:15. The afternoon session will begin at 1:30. The principal speaker will be the state regent, Mrs. C. A. Oarlock of Fort Dodge. "D. A. R, Projects" will be her subject. All D. A. R. members are urged to attend. Phone Mrs. D. D. Paxson for luncheon reservations by Tuesday, Sept. 4. ' Plum Creek Elite Club— The Plum Creek Elite Club held a special meeting Thursday, Aug. 7 red Kruse, LuVerne Breaks Neck in Fall Luverne: Fred Kruse, farmer liv ng southeast of town, received a broken neck and other injurie, Friday when he fell from a haj rack. He was taken by ambulance to the hospital in Fort Dodge. I is reported that he is getting along fine at this writing. Any Farm Home May Now Have • Bath and Inside Toilet W-BKe your hom« modern I Enjoj the »m« comforti th»t peoplt !• th* lugu oitiM wjoy. F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 229 4-tf Algona Teacher Hurt In a recent letter to Mrs. E. W Lusby with whom she has made her home while teaching here the past few years, Miss Alvena Louise Miller of Cedar Falls said she had sprained the ligament in one leg and had been unable to get around. She hurt herself while clearing up some branches left after trees had been trimmed. The accident happened August 9, just six months after she fell and broke an arm on the icy steps at the Lusby home. Fortunately she has recovered sufficiently to take up her teaching and is expected here Monday. Pederson Sale Held Bode: A public sale was held at the farm home of the late Elmer Pederson 1% miles east of Bode Wednesday afternoon, August r 2fl beginning at 1 o'clock at which time Mrs. Bertha Pederson, executor of the estate, sold all farm machinery and equipment anc livestock. Lx-Irvington Boy Now Aerial Gunner Takes A Bride Irvington: Announcements have been received here telling of the marriage of Rollen Thornton to Altha Grace Anderson of Humboldt in that city on Friday, Aug. 17. Rollen, a former Irvington youth has been a tail gunner in the U. S. army air corps. He has a 30-day leave and he and his bride were calling on friends and relatives here la.gt week. Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley and children Richard and Mary returned last Sunday night from Reinbeck where they had been visiting Mrs. Mawdsley's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weiler. Church services will be resumed this coming Sunday evening with Sunday school at seven and church at eight. There has been a month's vacation while the pastor the Rev. C. C. Richardson has been at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dreyling of St. Paul, Minn., will be week end guests at the Mrs. Daisy loney home visiting their mother "Wrs. Nellie Schichtl Andrews and randmother .Mrs. Nina Schichtl. The many friends of Mrs. Schictl are pleased to learn she has re- overed sufficiently from her re- en t illness to sit up awhile each day. Mrs. Cavanaugh is their mother. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shipler, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Volentine of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Byers of Swea City. Mrs. Hudson, Mrs Wolf, Mrs. Shipler and Mr. Byers of Swea City are all sisters of Mr. Benson. All were together for the first time in six years. Townsend Party- Membership contestants of the Algona Townsend Club No. 1 held a get-together on the laWn at Townsend Hall Friday evening, Aug. 24, at 7:00 o'clock. The women losers, Mrs. Mary Heard, Mrs. A. M. Anderson, Mrs. Ellen Bjustrom, Mrs Cora Holdren, Mrs. Grace Carney and their families entertained the men winners, A. M. Anderson, W. R. Carney, Kenneth Dooley and H. E. Miner and their families. A wiener roast and picnic supper ,was served. Mr. Carney was also honored for his birthday and a large birthday cake and parlor ash stand were presented him as a remembrance from the group. Sankey-Grcen Nuptials— Miss Pauline Sankey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sankey, and Lloyd Green, son of Mrs. Almira 23, at Marion and Virginia Zeigler's. The meeting was to complete fair plans. Beverly Kain and Jane Keith, demonstration team, went through their demontsratiqn which IOWA'S OWN SfAfE PAIR coMiSToirga ONTHESCRIENI More glorious with thrilling new songs by Rodgers and Hamnjersfein, • who gave you "Oklahoma" and "Carousel" I Green, were married Saturday evening at seven o'clock by Rev, A. English. Mr. .a.nd Mrs;, Clifford Hauenstein attended the couple. Mrs. Hauenstein is a sister of the bride After a brief honeymoon Mrl and Mrs. Green will be at home with Mrs. Almira Green for a short time. Mr. Green will be associated with Henry Johannsen at carpenter work. Mr. Green has recently receiver] his discharge from army service after three and a half years in the European area. Wade Balls Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball had as guests, on Sunday at their home south of town, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Liesveld and daughter of Glen- is on "Dressing Tables". The meeting was then adjourned'with lunch being served. Entertains for Mrs. Tlerney— Mrs. iR. C. Carpenter entertained a small group of friends Saturday evening in honor of Mrs, Gwen Tierney of Mason City who was visiting in Algona. Another out of town guest waS'Mrs. James Reid of Bartlesville, Okla., who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodges. Housewarming-— A group of eight ladies gathered at the home of Mrs. Viva B. Peterson Monday evening for a 6:30 dinner followed by bridge. The occasion was a housewarming for Mrs. Peterson who recently moved into the Amos Angle apartment on No. Dodge street. Presbyterian Circles- Meetings of four Presbyterian ladies circles will be held next .Thursday, Sept. 6, as follows: Circle A, with Mrs. R. H. Guderian; Circle B with Mrs. Lloyd Robinson at 419 No. Phillips; Circle C with Mrs, Katherine Parksr and Circle P with Mrs. Ralph Brown. Methodist District Conference— The Methodist District Conference of the Algona , district will meet at the. Call Park Friday, Aug. 3j. from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. A cov-, e'red dish lunch will be served'-It riten. Supt. and Mrs. Earl Burgess "'11 .furnish the coffee and ice larii. ' ;o; ""' "•• ••''''• •'• '•'• Honor Mrs. Johnston— .'Mrs. J. B. Johnston was honoree at a birthday dinner Sunday, at the home of her daughter Mrs. •Harold Lampright. Other guests were J. B. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carney and family and Mr. arid Mrs. Ed Carney and family. Idle Hour Club— Mrs. E. J, Hough is entertaining the Idle Hour bridge club this afternoon (Thursday). Rodgers and Hammerstem s 2O» CENTURY-FOX PICTURE DANA ANDREWS MANNB CD A IN DICKHWMES VIVIAN SLAW£ FAY BAINTER. CHAS.WtNMNGBK FRANK McHUGH PERCY KILBKIDE: Sgt. Sands Returning Mrs. Mary Sands received wore Wednesday morning tha ther son Staff Sergeant Stanley R. Sands was enroute home from overseas after a long term of foreign service. Lei Cowan do the Complete Job Roofing — SIDING — Insulation Weatherstrip — Paint ASK FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ITou may buy on our convenient monthly payment if desired. Cowan's can give you a complete Job o? repair and >' remodeling and insulation of your home. Cowan Building Supply Co. KHORCHESI FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. John P. Clyde, Pastor 10:00 a. m., Sunday school. 11:00 a. m., church worship. Sermon theme: Division Walls That Hinder Progress. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Mallinger, Pastor Masses at 7:00 8:30 and 10:00. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Nelson Allen Price, Minister 9:45 a. m., church school. 10:45 a. m., morning worship. Sermon, "He Went About Doing Good." LOCALS Mrs. Edna Harr is visiting he sister Mrs. Ed Smith at Burt a fe days. Mrs. George Dettman went t Mason City Tuesday for a vis with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ringsdorf o Eugene, Oregon, are visiting rela lives in this vicinity. Mrs. H. C. Black of Ottunuva visiting at the home of her daugh ter Mrs. W. C. Irelan. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Patterso and Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Peterso drove to Blue Earth Sunday. David Harold Nelson, five yea TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH L. H. Loesch .Pastor Sunday, Sept. 2— 9:45 a. m., Sunday school. 9:45 a. m., Bible class. 10:30 a. m., divine service. 2:30 p. m, divine service. This is our Mission Sunday. Special arrangements have been made. The morning speaker is the Rev. Ferdinand Reith of Burt. The. afternoon speaker is the Rev. Ar- ,hur Ansorge of Emmestburg. A cordial invitation is extended to all. 'IRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. C. C. Richardson, Pastor 10 a. m., Sunday school. 11 a. m., morning worship. The pastor, who has been on vacation, will preach at this service. HOSPITAL NEWS KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Aug. 25: Leroy Nauman, Bancroft, medical. Aug. 26: Mrs. L. N. Bormann, LuVerne, boy; Mrs. Robert Blumer, LuVerne, boy. Aug. 27: Mrs. Adah Whitehill, Burt, medical. Aug. 28: Mrs. Walter Brooks, Britt, girl; Mrs. Frances McConnell, Algona, boy. GENERAL HOSPITAL Aug. 25: Mrs. Wilma Duer, Ka^ nawha, girl. Aug. 26: Helen Andrews, Spencer surgical. Aug. 27: Mrs. L. J. Stalzer, Algona, girl; Dorothy Beaman, Britt, surgical. Aug. 28: Mrs. Christina Seeger- barth, Lone Rock, girl. Aug. 39: Mrs. Rosemary Devine, Sexton Folks Visit New Arrival at Home in LuVerne Sexton: Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson and little daughtei Glennda, Miss Martha Anderson who has been their house gues the past week, drove to Irvington Friday afternoon where they visited at the Art Krause home. They also visited at the Frank and Francis Sanford homes near LuVerne where they made the acquaintance of the new baby girl at the Francis Sanford home. Corwitb, girl; Britt, surgical. Keith Korneisel, Harvey Steven has been on the sick list the past week. Mrs, Evert Hodgins, Greenville is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. Fred Laymon, Burlington, came Friday evening by bus for a visil with his daughter Mr. and Glenn Gabrielson. Miss Deloris Mabe, Mason City came Thursday evening to visit a few days with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. John V. Huff northeast of town. Mrs. Vinnie Laymon, Worth- mytoe, Indiana, came Saturday for an indefinite visit with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson and family. Miss Theda Aman, Mason City, and her brother Walter Aman visited a lew dayf last week at the home of their unple and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gink and other rel' atives. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and family, Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs. Drusie Jfatole and Ruth Piane Wise were Friday evening visitors at $he Herman Wise hojne ^t Renwick, the occasion being Herman's birthday. Henry phijiips and Doris, Mr. and Mrs. James Steb, £>to§ and. Btoer gtf^ritz, Algona, were also there. ,ojd,,son of Mr. , and , Mrs. Harold Nelson, underwent surgery Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mohlcr of Schaller were week end guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter last week. Miss Phyllis Thompson of Rudd spent last Wednesday and Thursday visiting at the W. C. Taylor home. • Mrs. T. C. Sherman expects (o leave Friday for Minneapolis for a visit with her sister Mrs. R. R. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shakelford and children of Davenport visited relatives here on Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund enjoyed a visit from their son U. S Lund and his wife and children of Des Moines over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig were week end visitors in Clear Lake at the home of the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Joynt. Mrs. Laura Hopkins enjoyed a Visit Sunday from her daughter Mrs. J. H. Bailey and her husband and daughter Jean of Clear Lake. Lt, Cmdr. Edward Sherman left Saturday for Cleveland, Ohio where he 'is stationed, after a week here with his mother Mrs. T. C, Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt, for. mer Algona people now living in Fort Dodge, spent Sunday in Algona at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Roy Ditsworth. Mr. Heldt is employed by the Sears* Roebuck store in Fort Dodge, H. E, Miner has received several papers from Long Beach, Calif., telling of the account of the 40th' annual Iowa Picnic held at Bixby Park. Herbert Hoover, only living former president, was guest of honor as he was celebrating his 71st birthday that day. An estimated, crowd of 100.000 attended. Mr, <md Mrs. Jos. Ohrbeck and children, Tommy and Miss Delores came home from their home' in Minneapolis and visited over Sunday at the home of Mrs, Ohrbeck's mother, Mrs. A. Norman. Mr. Ohrbeck, who is g veteran aviator, lies a big passenger plane from Minneapolis to New: York City. Another son, Pick, also flies art-. other passenger plane over the ame route. Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Gollner, who we? e married Jast spring, are ff lor a belated honeymoon at soints in Wisconsin. Mrs. Qoliner, efore her marriage was -1 Grace Preesman. Since dis ng her beauty shop in the Hotel B}9ek, sh$ has bjeen earing or tier mothstr, poor,. \0« "&* '"i4c l&fcte 1& rtl THUBS.. PEL, SAT., AUG. 29-30-SEPT. I HSAK m SONGS OF we OLD WEST! 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