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IET 61 a" sister 6f , : " Mr, ttfttt'-Ittl Went to Oniaha last ^eek whe? e they met the lattef's brethef (2. . Sehoonniakef, 'Who ,{& associated Roy 7 Stoffel Is honw "ffoli Ihl K ""R X Extension Now Nearing Completion An extension is being added to the R. E. A. high line west and ; south of the old Lewis farm to the old Pickens place now ownec by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schepp- mann and to the Loran Larsons on the Ridgeroad. With this .new ; addition all farmers now living on this road wil lhave access to elec- . tricity. Ne>v Baby Named Margaret Gladys is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer for their new baby daughter, born a week ago last Monday. The Dittmers have one other daughter, Mary Ann, age five. Crop Prospects With the threshing of oats and flax practically completed in this vicinity farmers are doing their fall plowing. Although the corn crop is not very promising to date soy beans and the hay crops have been excellent. Overcomes Illness Wm. Gronbach arrived home last Saturday from the veterans hospital in Des Moines where he has been recuperating from an attack of sleeping sickness. Although not yet able to return to work Mr. Gronbach has made a wonderful recovery since he was stricken down about three months ego. Mr. and Mrs. John Weber have •had relatives visiting here from Illinois. G. B. Lindholm and Vene Kincaid of Mountain Grove, Mo., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lindholm. Mr. G. B. Lindholm is Paul's father and the later is his foster brother. Faye Krause, student nurse at Kirksville, Mo., visited recently with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause. Other guests at the Krause home were Mrs. Stanley Stnrad and daughter Joan of Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. Stnrad being Mrs. Krause's sister. Out Of Jap Prison Lester McKinzie, Livermore, fireman first class in the U. S, Navy, was one of four Americans released Monday from a Jap prison camp in the Nagoya district. McKinzie's whereabouts had been in doubt for many months, but the official press release, Tuesday, brought great joy to the Livermore area. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. George Wesley visited the Vernon Hohn family at Ringsted last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tice spent Friday in Mason City attending the north Iowa fair. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Thompson are spending a week with relatives in St. Cloud, Minn. Mrs. Fred Wegencr attended the funeral of her friend Mrs. Otto Memitz at Emmetsburg Monday. Mrs. W. Ycakcl of Kanawha came to Algona Monday where she will again teach kindergarten. The Misses LaVonne and Rita 3eilenfeldt of Clear Lake visited their aunt Mrs. Ernst Thiel last week. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks spent Monday in Kanawha with the latter's sister, Mrs. L. E. Rasmussen and family. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Stone spent Sunday in Emmetsburg at the Roscoe Kuhn home. Mrs. Kuhn is a sister of Mrs. Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Percival spent Sunday in Royal at the home of the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christensen. This is a picture of Mary Jane Neville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Neville, Emmetsburg, who was married to Gerald K. Chinn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy W. Chinn, Des Moines, Sunday afternoon. Sept. 9. The ceremony was performed at the Congregational Church in Emmetsburg at 4:00 o'clock with the Rev. G. I. Ingle performing the double ring service. THURSDAY, SEPT. 13 Matinee 2:00 P. M. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SEPT. 14-15 Teriffic — Together Again! WE'LL GIVE YOU YOUR MONEY BACK . DONALD COOK EVEARDEN SUN., MON., TUBS., WED., SEPT. 16-17-18-19 SHE'S RIDING INTO TOWN, An Up and Atomic Bombshell of Laughter and Song: Hetty HufMn'slcyrockets onto Broadway as Texas Guinan, the rampaging reef-head whose > torrid lifetime.' is dazzlingly / told in Paramount's ffECHNICOLORFUI Betty Hutton ARTURO de Cordova '«* CHARIES RU«GLE$. Amur DOCKER . 17 Hit Songs ^ Breathtaking Scene?) It's Hisn Wide and Handsome Wild West Action The MQMlhx • Mourk. Roae. DiiKl«l by GKW« MAHiHAU Meeting of Beta Sigma Phi— The first fall meeting of the Alpha Psi Chapter No. 535 of Beta Sigma Phi was held Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock at the club room. Twelve members were present. Dot Smith, sponsor, and Dorothy Miller, director, were also at the meeting. A set of three benefit, get-acquainted parties was planned for the next month. These will be followed by a rushing party the middle of October and a preferential tea October 21. Committees in charge of the parties consist of: Tuesday, Sept. 18, Shirley Pratt, chairman, Norman Brandow, Valeria Butts, Elgena Calhounj Mary Frances Carney, Helen Dewel and Jeanne Guderian. Sunday, Sept. 23, Agnes Pelisek, chairman, Esther Sigsbee, Anita Hasse, Mary Ann Flaig, Roberta Miller, Ruth Butts, Jean Miner and Irene Hutchins. Tuesday, Oct. 2, Dorothy Miller, chairman, Rosalie Swanson, Ardeen Sampson, Buena Potter, Val Williams, Dot Smith, Mildred Waller, Phyllis Hoover and Jean Ulrich. Townsend Program— A large crowd attended the program at Townsend hall Thursday evening, Sept. 6. A piano prelude was rendered by Mrs. A. M. Anderson. This was followed by an invocation lead by Mrs. John Miller of Des Moines. Two verses of Arri'erica»were sung by the audience, the pledge ot the flag given; and after a few minutes of community singing, " a humorous monologue was read by H. E v Miner. Mrs. Wilbur Holdren recited the poem, "It Can Be Done." John H. Miller, state organizer of Townsend clubs, gave an inspiring message and then introduced the guest speaker of the evening, Dr. H. Truman Gordon of Madison, Wis., 7th regional director including Wisconsin,. Iowa, Illinois and Missouri. Dr. Gordon gave a very forceful and educational address. Visitors were present from Fenton, Buffalo Center, Burt, Whitte- rhore and Emmetsburg. Eva Lee Smith Weds Secretly— Eva Lee Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Smith, and Herbert Wallace of Fenton were married Sunday morning, September 9, at the Methodist church in Omaha, Nebr. The couple had gone to Omnha last Friday to visit Miss Smith's friend, Clara Riebhoff, who is attending school there. The marriage was revealed when they returned home Tuesday and went to their home on a farm near Fenton. Mr. Wallace's parents, plan to leave the farm and will live in Fenton as soon as a home can be procured. The new Mrs. Wallace is a 1945 graduate of the Algona high school and had been employed a few months during the summer at the local telephone office. Several post-nuptial parties are being planned for the newlyweds. The first will be shower Friday at the E. J. Eischeid home. Alfred Petersons Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson entertained visitors Sunday from Marshall, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Julius Paul and daughters Gladys and Elice and son Cpl. William Paul who is home on furlough. Sunday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dodds and daughters, Evelyn and Florence, and three grandchildren of W. I. Dodds, Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds and son Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alt, Evelyn and Ruby Alt, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seely. The Pauls and Peterson were dinner guests Monday at the W. I. Dodds home. Jon Rising and Billie Andrews Celebrate Birrthdays— A picnic birthday party was held Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 5, at the Call state park for Jon Rising son of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Rising, and Billie Andrews, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews. The Boy Scout Cub Den No. 7 helped their fellow cubs celebrate the occasion. Those attending were the den chiefs, Ronald Peterson and Dale Wagner, and Jerry Bob Anderson, Billie Hutchison, Jackie Gross, David Long, Richard Shipley, Kenneth Hutton and LyJe Torine, James Magonegils Celebrate 30th Wedding Anniversary— Members of Algona Townsend Club No. 1 helped Mr. and Mrs. James Magonegil celebrate 'their 30th wedding anniversary on Sept. 9th. The Magonegils, now custodians of the Grant township consolidated school and teacher- age, have long been active members of the Townsend organization. Mrs. Magonegil served in the capacity of -social chairman. At six o'clock the guests enjoy^ ed a buffet supper. The honored couple wa$ presented a purse of money by their many friends. ' Sewing Club at Muckeys— Mrs. Lloyd Muckey entertained the members of her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Fifteen guests were present. Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Mrs. Frank Moulton and Mrs. Frank Ostruni were extra guests. The next meeting will be held in two' weeks with Mrs. R. G. Nealy at Burt. Vanguard Class Meeting— The Vanguard Class of the Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. Jack Craig Tuesday, Sept. 11. Mrs. Everett Richardson was the assisting hostess. Mrs. W. H. Combs led devotions. Thirteen members were present. Mrs. Celeste Sparks was a guest. U. S. W. A. Council Meeting- Mrs. W; G. Curtis held a meeting Tuesday evening of the chairmen of the five circles of the U. S. W. A. The ladies are making for- get-me,-nots for the drive for funds for the hospitalization of disabled veterans which will begin September 29. Harvey Reids Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid entertained at dinner Monday evening in honor of Chas. R. Lewis Jr. Mrs. A. L. Sorenson, Thomas H. Lewis, all of Glendale, and Chas. R. Lewis Sr. of Lakota. Mrs. John Reid and Alden Reid enjoyed the courtesey. Mrs. Mary Ring Honored— Mrs. S. B. French and Mrs. Cydney Laird entertained a few friends at a Sunday evening'sup- per honoring Mrs. Mary Ring-of Glendale, Calif. Those enjoying the courfesey were Mrs. Emily Spencer and Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes. Fellowship Club Meeting— The Fellowship Club of Presbyterian church met Monday evening at the C. U; Pollards. Walter Kempley, president, presided. A. E. Kresensky had charge of the program. Lunch was served later in the evening. U. S. W. A. Induction— The U. S. W. A. women wil) meet at the Legion hall Monday evening at eight o'clock. This is induction night and it is hoped many new members will join the organization. Circle 10 Meets Sept. 19— Circle number ten of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday, Sept. 19, at the home of Mrs. G. W. Hackney. Mrs. Ben Potter circle. is chairman of this Presbyterian Groups Meet— The Presbyterian Council and Westminster Guild will meet Thursday, Sept. 20 instead of on the date erroneously given in tho Sept. 11 Algona paper. • St. Benedict V. F. W. Meeting— The St. Benedict V. F. W. Women's Auxiliary will meet Friday night at V. F. W. hall for their regular monthly meeting. Entertains Club- Mrs. W. G. Curtis entertained the members of her Thimble Club Monday afternoon. Twelve ladies were present. Dinner Party- Mrs. Harlan Frankl and Capt. and Mrs. E. L. Milstead entertained eight guests at dinner Tuesday evening. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby arc spending this week in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs, Joy Cook and daughter Caroline of Moline, 111., have—been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Otto Westling the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey and Beverly spent the week end at Hawarden with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Harvey. The men are cousins. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Coon and four children of Ankeny were week end guests of the former's sister Mrs. John Thompson and family. James son of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Tice, is to attend the Pillsbury Military Academy at Owattona, Minn., this year. He left for there Tuesday, Mr, and Mrs. W> E- Courtney and Mrs. Agnes McBride spent Monday at Estherville where they visited Mrs. Courtney's niece Mrs. Sarii Domney. Mr. and Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Emma Olson of Pocahontas spent Monday with Mr. and Mrg. W. A- Vigars. Mrs. Olson is a sister ol Mrs. Vigar. : Mrs, Ethel Woolrldge and Mrs. Dorothy Shatto, daughters of Mrs. Carrie Taylor, came from Mason City to spjjji<|, fchj. wfek, end wilJv their mother. Phyllis Asa, dauf hteiP of Mf. arid Mrs. I. F. Asa, Is leaVlrig soon tOf Minneapolis Where she will begin her second year df Study, at the Northwestern Bible schobL Mr. and Mrs. Will fllarlchftrd, their son Bill .and his financee Miss Helen Sorlien of Humboldt Visited at the Harry Bates home Sunday and with other relatives. Friends of Mrs. Oscar Anderson will be sorry to learn she has been ill and in bed the past Week. She is still unable to be Up but it is hoped her recovery will be rapid. Mr. and Mrs. John Asa of Chicago visited from Friday until Monday at the I. F. Asa home. From here they went to Minneapolis for a visit with other relatives. .Jim Cook of Webb visited his aunt Mrs. G. C. -Barton, briefly Friday. He was accompanied by a friend.. The young men were out winding up summer vacation before Jim enters school at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lemkee and son Bob, of Irvington, drove to Amboy, Minn., Sunday to visit Mrs. Dorothy Bbnnett. Mrs. Bonnett is a sister of Mrs. Aman and Mr. Lemkee. Max Mesing, who has been Instructor with the Firestone company in Des Moines, is now home that branch of war work having closed. His plans are a little indefinite but he does not intend to be out of town. , Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schoelerman of Everly spent the week ehd at the home of their daughter Mrs. W. A. Bueghly and took care of the Bueghly twin daughters White Mrs. Bueghley and her sister Jeanne went to Minneapolis. Adolph Oakland of Rake Is now working for Raymond Irons in the furnace and plumbing business. He has a wife and two children, aged twelve and four, and as soon as a house or an apartment can be found the family will move here. Kenneth Brown, son of Mr, and Mrs. A. L. -Brown, and Jack Brownell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell, are leaving for Ames next week where they will be freshmen at the college. Both ybung men are Algona high school graduates of 1945, . Mrs. Ann Zlttrltsch of Odell, 111., has been visiting friends here last week. She went to Wesley Sunday to • be with her daughter Mrs. Hoyt Raney for awhile and will go from there to Mankato Where she will visit her two brothers and families before returning to Odell. -.Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Aman and daughter Jessie; of Mason City attended a reunion of the Stevens family here Sunday. Miss Aman has been working in Dayton, Ohio, at Wright Field.-She-is undecided about her plans for the future. They also called at the Henry home. ,-'.••; i . , I. and Mrs. Amos Angle enjoyed a family reunion at their home Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Angle and the family of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fuchsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman and family, Bud Bowman and family and Mrs. Mike Stoffel of West Bend. William Bestcnlehner, who lias been home on furlough, left Wednesday for Rockford, 111. He was in action in Italy. Tuesday he and Mr; and Mrs. Jos. Bestenlehner, Maritta Bestenlehner and William Gilbride were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee of Burt. Mrs. Sigsbee is a sister of William. • Misses Lorraine and Viola Bock attended a convention in Des Moines recently of the Stanley Home Products sales personnel. Seventy-five were in attendance and, the meetings were presided over by Roy Keene, branch manager of Des Moines. The convention was held at the Fort Des Moines hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McKenna arc visiting the latter's parents Mr. ahd Mrs. John Arndorfer, and the Ed McKenna home in Livermore. They came Tuesday from New London, Connecticut, after Mr. McKenna's 30-day furlough will return to New London. He is in the submarine service and is torpedo instructor at the New London base. Miss Betty Jane Arndorfer who is employed with the local telephone company returned Monday from a visit with her sister Lorraine, at Los Angeles. Both are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer. Lorraine was employed at the Lusby & Giossi drug store for some time prior \o going to Los Angeles where she has been working in a defense plant, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. A. Barry Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Barry Jr. and little son, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hpltzbauer and family, Miss Elizabeth Holtzbauer, Miss • Tracie Holtzbauer, John Hopkins and Mrs, Roy Berrie and' children of Mason City enjoyed the week end at a cottage in Clear Lake, Mrs* Berrie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barry Sr. Mr. Berrie is' still in service and stationed on Guam. . Mr, and Mrs. Harold WohJ of EmrnletsbHpg spent .Monday with Mrs. Sherwood Potter. Mr. .Wohl has finished his boot training at the Great Lakes naval station but returned there Wednesday evening for further assignment. 'The Wohlg; were former Algona resi' dents and Mr. Wohl had charge of the meat department at the National Tea grocery. He was en*-1 gaged in the same business in Emmetsburg prior to his- ind tion, . Mrs. Mary Ring of Glendale, Calif., is visiting at the home of Mj-s, Elizabeth fJolmea. Mrs- Ring formerly lived in Bancroft but now makes her home in Glendale with he* daughter Mrs. Robert McNeill, nee Inez Ring, Another daqgljter, Mrs. TpnV gtul), nee Hazel Ring, also lives in Giendale. Mrs. Ring came to Iowa in July and has b$en visiting other friends and relatives at Bancroft and other points, ^ince coming t» Iowa word has been received ol the death of JfcNeiU Jr., $JQ only son, 40 discharge after;- thrW 7 y'eta niotttha iti thr sWM of which were speftt seas Mth the a?myV He 1O sois of Mfc and Mrs, EMI Stoffel, •••'•• R6bei>t Rlchftfdson took his b/other; and wife, Mf, ahd MrsV Ray Richardson, tb Chicago Friday retur wing OB Saturday, Ray , win atteftd the Northern Baptist Semi«» hary this year. Me and his wife have an apartment near the school. : , • -Ma* tttflch, AAOM 2-6, aWived this morning from Great Lakes, 111., where he was given his dis* charge from the navy, after being ! stationed at Wildwood, N. J. Mrs. Ulrich is office manager of the Al- goha Coop. Creamery Co., and has -. VaR Allen, fill been ;disfflis'sed frbitt: a . where she was;'a meniniitis patl ent. She is ree6Vg?ing nleel^ <; v '.; Mf, and '• MM;-:. £oV': : 'Dii and daughteri, Maflene'and Betty Jean, left/last jftid«weefe for their home ili TallUhahi M. t after three months spent in Iowa and South* Dakota with natives; owe: *n6nth was, spent M*e with Greg Ram» me?, father of Mrs. Damhatiser, In White Rock, Sdiith CaKota, they visited at the frank K'argleder home. Mrs. Kargledef and Mrs. Dahlhauser; are cousins. Miss Dolores Rammer who had been visiting her aunt Mrs. J. E. Johnson of Big Stone, S. D., joined the group in White Rock for a visit. LAW itf SaWyir; Biiildlftg -* ; A<E Af HUtchlSdn Donald GHt>tchi«i6tt Phone 281 i . State -Batik Blilldt A| iti' fi. J. Van Sift' Allen A. Bfittftoii AT ^ LAW ;*';•'• OtflceS in neWHelse SuUdJng;: fhbtie 218 Algona, Iff** Cteylofd D. Shtimway Edw. D. K*lly Harold F. Frlstedt '- •;: , SHtJMWAY, KELLY & FRlStfillt ATTORNEyS AT LAW ;^'; Office in Hutchison Bldg. 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