•<••.•"•."- ,f •*jS'f'jf*l'jS s, Algdfla, tawa, August SO. i§45 Brail Lotila with relatives the Sexton Ladles Aid is '„„October 4 as the date on y Wil1 hold a chicken Ilott at the home of Mr. and £ rank Bahling, Burt, where were dinner guests nM f?' 9' R ' taBarrc and Betty left Saturday for • few days outing at Clear Lake. Week are expected home thls mld ~ Blends of Mrs. Paulitfames will learn she & still cone «- s con- imed to her bed. She his been 111 the past three weeks ;Jnal flu. jth intest- & Peterson Vera Mac Semon is the new office assistant for Dr.,J. p. Herrlg who recently opened a dental of- lice in the — building. • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey • ;sperit a few days at Okoboji last week and from there they Went to , Luyerne and Curry, Minn., where they visited relatives. >Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lackmann ^ -and three children, Bee-Dee, Loni; ?' e , an , d Ly nn of Doone, Iowa, vis- !; ited Sunday and Monday at the ,, home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc,| Enroe. I c ,,?; l ,? hard Skilling, son of Fred 5, Skilling, was just recently pro- emoted from a private, first class, to "• ?u se oi e .u nt> H * is stationed with the 27th Infantry Division on Okinawa. ; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh returned Friday from Okoboji where Mrs, Murtagh and daughter Judy spent several weeks. Judy returned home Sunday by plane with Dr. W. D. Andrews. i; L. E. Linnan and his father; John Linnan of Maurice, Dr. F. C Scanlan, son Jimmy, and his father R. D. Scanlan of Rock Valley, are spending this week fishing at Lake Kapitogama, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Preston and Barbara Jane spent the week at , Winterset where they went to bring home their son Bruce, who has been visiting there with his grandparents for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. fcud Barnatd left Tuesday for Gass Lake to spend two weeks of vacation. Bud Is manager of, the Gamble store. Mrs. .f. M. Thurstdii, Virginia, Minn., Is slowly recovering from the heart attack she suffered a few weeks ago. Her daughter Mrs. John Haggard is with her. Jane Cretzmeyer arrived fast Thursday from Iowa City for about a month's visit here with her,parents Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer. Jane recently received net- masters degree in history at the State University of Iowa. Pfe. James p. White was sche- ted to arrive In New York on the u. S. S. Milwaukee Thursday after spending the greater part of the past year in the ETO. His wife and two sons are living in Algona with her mother Mrs. A. Norman. L Jane Moe of Sioux City spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moe. She Was accompanied here by her sister Shirley, who had gone to Sioux City to spend her birthday with Jane. Jane is a graduate nurse and Is now employed in Sioux City. Pvt. Edward C. SkilUn* left Friday for Glennan Gen. Hosp. Okmulgee, Okla., after a 30-day visit with relatives here. Ed, son of Fred Skilling, expects to be transferred to a hospital at Bould- er j £ olo> He J ust recently returned from a hospital, in England. Gusta Patterson came home last week from Rochester where she went through the .clinic and was also with her sister Mrs.:. Martin Eischeid of Webster City, who underwent an • operation. Mrs. Eischeid expects to return to her home this week from Rochester. John Vinson arrived Tuesday from Oklahoma City for a month's visit with his daughter-in-law Mrs. Milton Dahl, and other relatives. He has been living with his daughter, Mrs. Helen Stillman, Jn Oklahoma City. Mrs. Stillman is expected to make a visit here sometime in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson and two daughters, Joan and Kay, arrived Monday from Arte- A/0 Wm. lift* Taylor and Wife 16ft Thursday for Trenton, Mo., where they visited with her pa-< .rents. They had been visiting here With Rex's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Taylor. Mrs. Rex-Taylor Was to remain at Trenton while her husband went on to Midland, Texas, where he is stationed in the air corps. Pvi. and Mfs. toon J. Miller have arrived here for a short visit with Don's parents. Don has just received his discharge from Brooke Gen. Hosp* Center at San Antonio, Tex., where he was convalescing from Wounds received during the invasion Of France in June, 1944. Don was married to Eunice Campbell of Lufkin, Texas, May 4, 1945. Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Richardson and family returned from Lake Okoboji Wednesday after , a month's vacation. The first week of the • vacation Rev. Richardson acted as dean of the Presbyterian Junior High summer camp which was held on the Walther League grounds. He will resume preaching this Sunday at the First Presbyterian church. Arden Orion, S-ic U. S. N., is home on a 20-day leave visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton. Arden's ship is being repaired for damage done during the battle of Okinawa. Arden has been in service nearly three years and- holds two citations earned in the Mediterranean and three major battle stars also , earned in the sia, Calif., for two weeks with Mrs. Stephenson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson. Kenneth is employed in an aircraft concern. The Stephensons will also visit Kenneth's brother Ellis and family at Newton. •'••*' Mediterranean Mrs. Howard Baskln and three- year-old daughter, Jane, of Richmond, Calif., left Wednesday after visiting here since Saturday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. D. G. Clop- tbn. They have been visiting her parents at Inwood, Minn., and Mr. Baskin's parents in Hammond, Minn; Mr. Baskin, who was at one time an architect with Geo. L. Miller, Algona contractor, has been working'in. the shipyards, but recently-has returned to architectural work in Richmond. Mrs, Baskin was the former Aria Rocksvold, who taught here a few years ago. Mrs. Otto Schmidt, Mrs. Gordon Schmidt andSpn Michael,'Mr. and Mrs. Cliff. Hffbver and Mr. and Mrs. Claud Hain returned Monday from DeWitt,; Nebr., where they had visited Mr/ and Mrs. Elbert Dunn-and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hain are Michael's great grandparents and Mrs. Otto Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover are his grandparents. Mrs. Dunn and Mrs. Hoover are sisters, daughters of the Haihs. The two Mrs. Schmidt's, Michael and Mr. Hoover spent the week end at DeWitt, jut the others had been there a ew days longer. M«s, Almiftt Greeh went to Fenton Tuesday for a visit of several days with Mr. and Mfs, George Yeager. Mrs. Fred Schaeifef a«4 daughter Kay of Mason City were last week end guests of the "former's mother Mrs. J. O. Paxson, Mrs, Ed NeltMl artd iwo children Darlene and Beverly of Fort Dodge were week end 'guests at the Charles Miller home, Mrs. Laura. Wloto accompanied by her daughter Delorls has gone to Iowa City where she will consult specialists concerning her eyes. Mrs. S. D. McDonald enjoyed a visit from her friend Mrs. Roy Marsh of Iowa Falls who arrived last Monday and was here four days. Mr. and Mrs. Russell McDanel and three children have moved lo Hobarton where Mr. McDanelis employed by the Sparks . family who operate an apiary. Mrs. Stan Pruitt artd little daughter Shannon are •'arriving Saturday from Kansas City, Mo., for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Norman. Jean Gross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Nielsen, is expected home from Iowa City Saturday for the week end. She is a senior nurse at the university hospital. Miss Selma Spaulding' of Waterloo, fiancee of Floyd Minard who Is in service in the south Pacific, Is visiting his mother Mrs. Fay Minard several days. Mr. and Mrs, MarfMcCall are expecting their daughter Mrs. James W. Griffith from Des Moines Saturday. She will remain here until after Labor Day.. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer are enjoying a visit from the letter's sister Mrs. Lulu Lorton of Lincoln, Nebr,, who came a week ago. She plans to be here a few more days. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Noland and two daughters left Wednesday' for their home in Omaha after a week's visit with' the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Noland. Miss Mary Thompson of Estlicr- ville arrived last Thursday for a visit with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller. Miss Thompson plans to return home Sunday. Mrs. H. W. Miller returned from nnoimcmg ourappoXmentasa DEALER FpR THE COMPLETE LINE OF Okoboji the first of the week after a few days as guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway at their cottage. Mr. Miller spent the week end there. • Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorklc and children went to Clear Lake for the week end. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Young. Mrs. McCorkle and Mrs. Young are sisters. ::"*'» • Bob McCullough drove to Correctionville Sunday and 'brought Mrs. McCullough home 'Monday. She had been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles .Mlchaelson the past week. Harold Neville and Albert Bunkofske of Burt are leaving today (Friday) for Los Angeles; V Mr. Bunkofske will be employed in carpenter work. . Mr. NeVille's plans are indefinite. ' : i' Mrs. LcRoy McWhorter enjoyed a visit Wednesday from jMrs. James Fletcher, Mrs. Edith O'Bft and,Mrs. Matid Mitchell". Mr, and Mi*. W. C. faylof spent Tuesday in Swea City on business. Miss Harriet Brown spent the wefek end in Waterloo with her cousin Kathryn Hutchison. Mrs. Sain Haggr spent the week end in Wesley with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Al Sharp of Waterloo were visitors from Friday until Monday at the Ed Hansen homfe. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlhaas of Austin, Minn., were guests of Mrs. Paulina Hlntz the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison and children were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hackney were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lister at Lawn Hill which is near Eldora. Miss Ruth Ann Butler who has been visiting Mrs. J. W. Sullivan the past month returned to her home in Des Moines Monday. Miss Emma Dittmer, R. N., of New York City is visiting he- mother Mrs. Kate Dittmer and sister Miss Josephine Dittmer. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. McLaren of Minneapolis have been visiting at the H. L. Hoenk home the past several days. Mrs, McLaren is a sister of Mrs. Hoenk. Miss Bertha Godfrey returned Monday from Ames. Mrs. George Godfrey with whom she had been visiting accompanied her for a visit here of several days. Mrs. Erby Benson of Park Rapids, Minn., is visiting her mother Mrs. Sadie Cavanaugh, and sisters Mrs. James Allen, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen and Mrs. Ray Cook, for a week. i Mrs. Clarence Achilles, nee Ruth Jackson, of New Hampton, who was a former teacher here, 'has written relatives her husband is home on furlough from service in | the south Pacific. Mrs. Nettie Herman is suffering with an attack of arthritis and is confined to her home. It has been necessary for a friend to stay with her and' assist in the house work and care for her. Mrs. E. A. Faschke of Echo, Minn., has been spending a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Herman, Mr. Paschke and Ml* H. M. Hdfrls and Inez and Mrs. George Harris spent Tuesday in Mason Cit?. Mr. and Mrs, M. Sandberg and grandson Dean arrived Sunday for a visit with their son Bruce and family. Mrs. Henry Pins of Sioux Falls, S. D., arrived Saturday for a visii of several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Goeders. Mrs. Pins is a sister of Mr. Goeders. Mrs. Nyle Latch and children visited her parents 'Mr. and Mrs. George Biensen at State Center last week and also with Mr. Latch's parents Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Latch. Doloris and Janet Jensen, daughters of Mr .and Mrs. Wendell Jensen, went to • Ringsted Tuesday for a week's visit with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Jensen. Miss Jean Holdren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdren, is enjoying a weeks vacation from her duties at the Call theatre. She is visiting at the J. T. Lallier home near St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houdek are leaving Saturday for Calmar where they will spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Meyers, Gerald Baker and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Srana. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Steil arrived the latter part of the week from Sioux City and are visiting the former's father Joe Steil and the latter's mother Mrs. Clara Walker. Mrs. Steil is the former Phyllis Walker. Matt Lamuth and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clappsaddle and twins Jack and Jill returned the last of the week from Birch Lake at Grey, Minn., where they enjoyed a ten day vacation. Matt reports fishing as having been "only fair." Betty Kohlhaas, daughter of Mi 1 . and Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas is ing Saturday for Clarion where she will teach departmental work in fourth grade. She will have social studies and arithmetic. This is her second year at Clarion. Lt. and Mrs. John Jcrnigan enjoyed a three day visit last week from the latter's .father H. H. Crump of Nashville, Tehn. Mr. Crump expressed pleasure in the cool weather Iowa was having as Nashville was very warm when he left. Ardis Kresensky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Kresensky, left Wedneslay evening for Jacksonville, 111., where she will enroll at the McMurray school. This'is her freshman year. Enroute she will visit in Chicago with her aunt Mrs. I. S. Riggs. Mrs. Roy Huntley, the former Hazel Johnson, has received word from her husband that he Is in the states and will be home on furlough soon. He has been in service in India. During his absence his wife and three children have been living with her parents. Dorothy Lage, daughter of Mrs. Blanche Lage, returned the first of the week to Berkley, Calif., where she is employed at the Oakland army base. She has been here about two weeks having returned with her mother who had been visiting her in Berkley. Roy McMahon, his mother Mrs. Nellie McMahon, and aunt Mrs. S. E. McMahon went to Minneapolis Sunday where Roy and Mrs. McMahon will visit the latter's niece Miss Kathleen McMahon, and Mrs. S. E. McMahon will be a guest of her son Maurice and family. George will remain in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gibson of Merle Hopkins, son of the late "Pete" Hopkins, visited at the W. Kohl, Paul are arrivi"n'£ visit of a fevir dflj$. visit Mr. and Mrs* Ira Mrs. R, J. Harrington. a brother of Ira and Mfs. Harflng< ton. Mrs. Roy .Keen returned from State College, Penh., wheW she spent three weeks with help; daughter Mrs. Eu&ene Wettstoftef and family. Mr. Keen Went with:? Mrs. Keen but was unable to: re* main as 16ng as Mrs. Keen. While \ there the Keens also visited at Ocean City, New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" Koltvet of Clarion were guests Friday at the W. E. Hawcott home. They als'oV; visited at the Mrs. Laura HopldhsT and Mrs. J. E. Moulds homes, these -!' ladies being grandmothers of Mrs. Koltvet, nee Patty Moulds. '• The) Koltvets are moving front, Norman, Oklahoma, to Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson received a letter Monday from -their son Raymond in which he states the destroyer upOni Which he serves is being sent to Japan, He has) been in service four years and ;' was in action on Okinawa. Mot having heard from .him in eight weeks,'his family'was 'much re- , lieved to have his message. Mrs, Rhoda Bpnar received a recent/letter from her daughter JLt, Bonnie Bpnar of theinursing corps) which was.sent frpm»TNe,w.Orleans. • This was her point of embarka- .'• tion but she was not allowed tor , say where she was. going*. It! will be about a month before Mrs. Bonar Des Moines and the latter's son cwill know her destination/Bonnie did say however that the' clothing isued was for •& cold climate. SNO-WfflTE Dodge and /Mrs.' .J; C. Barth and Mrs. S. W. GiU,.of:Havelpck. ... 0 ,Mrs. R. F. Cooper of Wauka- shaw, Wis., visited her mother Mrs. Charlotte Parsons and her brother -Victor Parsons and wife last week. Mrs. Cooper will be remembered as Janet Parsons. Sandra, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle, and cousin Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter, visited at the Ray McCorkle home in Austin, Minn., from Thursday; until Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mosher have toeen enjoying a visit from Mr.;and Mrs. Robert Farnstrb'ni and sons Bob and Terry of Detroit, Mich. The Farnstroms are son Roger came Sunday and she returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kurtz brought their daugther Joan home from Mason City the latter part of the week. She had been visiting her aunt Mrs. R. E. Bonini for ton days. Mrs. Bonini is a sister of Mr. Kurtz. Lavonne Adams will return today (Thursday) from New Hampton where she has been visiting since Saturday with the George St. John family. LaVonne is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Adams. Miss Alvlna Wassenberg of Chicago arrived Sunday for a weeks visit with her sister 'Mrs. L. E. Linnan and family. This midweek Miss Wassenberg and Mrs. Linnan went to Okoboji to stay until Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs. John P. Clyde of the Congregational Church have made ^preparations at iFayette to .piove into.the.parsonage here Fri•day.. The parsonage is'toeing re- , decorated for their return follow- II PURE CIDER ing~a few weeks'vacation. l— __ . Bartlett iM DA PEARS 20 ib. i ng !>1.37 RED MALAGA G R A P £ 2 ibs. 29c NEW POTATOES 10n 39C BLEACH _ gal . JU8 41c d , ffir ,. f pkgs;-t IW V CLINTON PUDDINGS PORK AND BEANS BUTTER BEANS No. 2 can leaving for home Sunday. The ladies are sisters. • Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson and son Terry'of Manchester are expected for a week end'visit at the Cecil McGinnis home. They will toe here while Maynard's brother Kenneth and family are here from California., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown, fisWe are proud to haye secured a franchise fcir the, nationally fa* mous line of electric appliances— KIOTEQIJJT, The Aame HOT, I PQJNI has been famous for 40. symbol ;qf quality and in electrical home . ;'.. - K--'" : : '-0%' op appointment, we also ' tfi$v, *Wi , . become headquarters for Next Kitchen Center" — »a plan that enables you to own a com- •• plete electric kitchen on conven» lent terms. Wei invite you to in-' spect a series of 25 kitchen plans already available, and to consult with us on a suitable kitchen plan for yoiw h0nj0»1 ) --,••": ' , .. , Disposal^ iff!i'f;"r- ;.'•>. Sinks :;Kyr$B ^pi|i]jl^ni^B; M- m SS BiiiWiiiilii 1 * i^tm-tifmvmi formerly of Boone, are arriving Sunday for a visit at the Archie McDanel home, Mr. Brown is a railroad employee* and is being transferred to San Francisco. He is a brothex of Mrs. McDanel, : Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Maynard have been visiting at the Mrs. Fay Minard home. Mrs. Maynard is the former June Minard, Her husband left this week for Philadelphia and is still In service, Mrs, Maynard will remain here while he is gone. Mrs. Ann McQuaid Is enjoying a visit from her cousin Mrs. Louisa Wolf of Portland, Oregon, and Mrs, Mabel Baker of Lake Crystal, Minn. Mrs, Wolf is a sister of Mrs. Baker and came to Lake Crystal fifst. Then the two ladies to Algoiia for a few days, Mrs. C, W. Mprcb, Mrs. H. L. Gilmore -and Mrs. Ralph Miedke and little son Pete are enjoying a fortnight's outing at LongviHe, Minn, where they are guests of Mrs, Haze! Kohler Pf Mo}ine, 111, Mrs, Kohler.,i§- a - sister of Mrs. Miedke, ,Tbe ladles will return in another weefe /.'Y.'.-.'••. The Misses Grtwe and Clara Mrs. A. W. George, nee Ruth Ellen Gorman of Chicago, is here for an indefinite length of time while her husband is taking a refresher course in radio at Treasure Island, Calif. Until he completes this course and is relocated Mrs. • Mrs. Jo Ann Nelson, nee Irelan, and Miss Betty Kohlhaas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas spent a few days in Des Moines last week. Betty -visited Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bauman, the latter being the former Rozanne Holtzbauer. Mrs. Wm. Hof is enjoying a visit from her brother Robert Reed who arrived Monday for his leave of several days. He has been-serving in Italy and will report to Jefferson Barrack's,, Mo., at the .termination of his furlough. Robert is a son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reed. ' Mr, and Mrs. August Huenhpld have received word "from their daughter, Mrs. Victor Samson, of Ft, Lauderdale, Pla., that her husband is with her on a thirtjrday furlough. after which he will report at New York City. Victor ia the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samson. Mr. and Mrs. Frances French of Pontlac, 111., left Sunday for their home after a visit at the Helmer Helmers home since August 16. They took their little four year old daughter Charleen home with them. She has been here for some time. Mrs. French is a sister of •Mrs. Helmers. Maurice Thompson is leaving Thursday (today) for Miami, and expects to remain there for at least six or seven months. 'He reports his work in the anedical corps as 'being very interesting and his location as being convenient and modern in every respect, even to air conditioning which adds to the comfort, Staff Sift. Howard Hanson and his friend Roland Jensen of Des Moines have been visiting the former's unqje, John Kirk, and .Mrs, Kirk, Howard is on a sixty day VINEGAR _ PEANUT BUTTER SAN IFLUSH DEL MONTE PEAS DAIRYLAND MILK W & N ...I 2 Ib. jar 240 PKGS. OXYD0L WHILE IT LASTS . 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