The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1945 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1945
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\ ',,•'' , , - l • v '..'V '• v A>YT;$ the Algona Upper PCS MolneS > Algona, Place Your Order NOW! FOR ALL METAL CRIB VENTILATORS Orders will be filled in the order received. Papec Hay Chopper and Ensilage Cutter Kossuth County Implement Store THE JOHN DEERE STORE Speed up the growth of your PULLETS and develop them into good layers early. Get a consistently peak yield oi quality eggs from your HENS. HONEYMEAD GRO-LAY CONCENTRATE is designed to help you do both of these money-making poultry raising jobs —easily, economically, profitab YOU FEED WITH GRAINS HONEYMEAD GRO-LAY CONCENTRATE contains calculated a °o N u E Js M o E f A V D itJmins A B D and E. riboflavin -f.™^,,^ Every one of these nutrients is important to getting an above e" Yield of quality eggs from your flock — to keeping free choice" with, grains. "Tfiere Is a complete line of HONEYMEAD Balanced Prote/ns for every feeding need SON OF WESLEY PASTOR WEDS IN INDIANA, SUNDAY Wesley^ Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Rlggs and their daughter Mrs. (Betty) George Burnette left last week for Indiana, where on Sun" day they attended the wedding of their son Francis, who on the 12th graduated from the army air corps as a second lieutenant. . Rev. and Mrs. Riggs expect to attend several days of the Methodist conference held at Estherville this week. Moving Into Home Mr. and Mrs. June Noble and baby "Butch" will move into the house north of main street owned by Mrs. P. C. Haynes. The house is being cleaned and repaired by Nobles, as it was damaged by fire last fall when they occupied it. The house they have been living in, east of the public school, has been purchased by Mrs. Rita Ricke and she will move about Oct. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ward will move into .the place vacated by Mrs. Ricke and two children, in jthe east part of town. / Convitlr Bazaar The Catholic ladies of Corwith are having their annual chicken supper and bazaar Sunday, Sept. 23. There will be one in Duncan on Wednesday, Sept. 26 by the Catholic parish. At Wheaton College Harold Skow went to Wheaton, 111., this week where he entered the Wheatorf college. He attended the summer school there this year also. Harold graduated from Wesley high school in the spring and is the only son of Mrs. Esther Skow. Enters Chicago School Mrs. Marie Kunz and June Adel took Mary Adine to Chicago the first of the week where the latter will attend the National School of Education, for her second year. Mrs. Kunz will go on to Madison to visit Mrs. Ruth Kunz and other relatives before going to Fowler, Colo., to visit Mrs. Kunz's mother Mrs. John Anderson. Mrs. Anderson expects to return here with the Kunzs. Threshing Party A neighborhood threshing party was held at the John Hildman home Tuesday evening of last week. Ice cream, cookies and coffee was served after a social evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Young of Garner called at the Hildeman home Tuesday evening. A baby boy was born Friday the 14th, to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. Next to Northwestern Freight Depot on 169 Phone 257 Get Home Comfort that Laiti • Houselime with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone ui today CowanBldgSupplyCo, Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA Insulaton Musi Be Installed Correctly Our many years experience in installing insulation correctly is at your service. Eagle Insulation, correctly installed, pays for itself and gives you comfort. = READ THIS LETTER— West Bend, Iowa, June 27,1945 Cowan Building Supply Co. Algona, Iowa We are very much pleased with our Eagle insulation. We not only needed much less fuel, but we were decidedly more comfortable. We would recommend it to anyone not already having it. Yours truly, Mrs. G. J. Struthers, West Bend, Iowa Cowan Building Supply Company V%1 O V fi V <T\»fi €r 91W UB^^h.^^^^ \Jf m f^ \ . ^* TT^Sii •' ^ T Phone 275 Cruise at the Mercy hospital 1ft Mason City* Mr. and Mrs. Dale Swaftey of Britt and Mr. aftd Mrs. June Noble and "Butch" were Sunday dinner guests at the Tony Seller hoine. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meuref, Cheryl and Jimmy attended the funeral of Mrs. Meurer's uncle Henry Brass at Elkader Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Diana, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kleinpeter, was brought home Saturday from the Mercy hospital. She had submitted to an appendectomy .the first of the week. She is an 8th grader in the parochial school. Mrs. Viola Studer accompanied by her daughter Mrs. Julius Kelck and two children Gloria Ann artd Bobby of Estherville left Satur* day morning for Sioux Falls, S. D. and Colman, S. D., for a few days visit with Mrs. Studer's sister and folks. They returned Wednesday. A baby girl was born Sept. 8th to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munson of Spartanburg, N. C. The mother is the former Helen Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Eunice Nelson. Mr. Munson, Who is private first class in the army, is a brother of Clifford Munson of West Bend, who was employed in the Exchange State Bank when the family lived here in the Kennedy house until several years -ago. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Hildman and son of Des Moines Spent a few days last week here with his mother Mrs. Tillie Hildman and his brother John and family. Alf was recently discharged from the army, having seen service in the European theater of operation. He is again employed ,by the Archer Ball Room Co. and was looking after their land interests here. The farm tenanted by the Leo Mal- iceks was badly damaged by the high winds recently. CAPT.SCHULEROF SWEA IS HOME; OTHER VETS NEWS Swea City: Capt. Harold SChul- er of the army air corps arrived last week from Colorado Springs. He will report back Nov ( . 1 for his discharge. Capt. Schuler returned early this summer from England where he completed a round of missions over Europe while he was with the eighth army air force. He plans to take up the teaching profession, when released. August Helmke Home August Helmke Jr. has received his military discharge and came home last week.. Men overseas that have indicated they expect to reach the states soon include Lieutenant James E Vaux, in India, Cpl. Vernon Ewmg and Cpl. John Steenhard in the Pacific and Lt. Wallace Speicher of the army air corps in Europe Operation Performed Mrs. Martin Sampson, formerly of Swea City, but now of Estherville, was the subject of a major operation at Iowa City Friday. Her husband and a daughter Mrs. Fred Butterfield, who were there at the time, returned home Saturday evening and reported Mrs. Sampson getting along nicely. Farewell Party A farewell party was held Wednesday night at Guild hall honoring the Albert Eggers family who are moving to Oklahoma soon. Mr. Eggers will be employed in a large hatchery there. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCrary Ventura, visited his mother Mrs. Jennie McCrary last Sunday. Radar Mate Second Class Francis E. Polton is a patient in the U. S. naval hospital, San Diego, Calif. Pfc. Edward Anderson, in Germany writes that he has been transferred from an infantry company to an armored division. Pfc. Harry Kauzne recently returned from the European theatre, is now located at Camp Selby, Miss., a'fter completing a furlough home. Cpl. Gerald Robb writes Editor Sperback from the north Altantic hat "we expect a boat here to get us so don't send the Herald here any more." Cpl. Maurice Kollasch is a patient in the marine hospital at Quantico, Virginia. He will complete his present enlistment per- od Nov. 1. Cpl. Carl G. Drew sends notice that he has transferred from the marine barracks naval supply depot, Oakland, Calif., to 416 Frederick St., San Francisco. Lt. Harold G. Swanson of the army air corps at present is based at Hendricks Field, Sebring, Fla. His brother Lt. E. C. Swanson with the fighter group in Europe is on the move and expected home sooner or later. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Countryman of Ironton, Minn., visited last week from Wednesday until Saturday evening at the home of Mr. Countryman's aunt Mrs. Geo. E. Butterfield, Mickey Maguire In Hurricane, But Home Gene "Hickey" McGuire, F 2-c, USNR, arrived here Monday for a 10-day visit with his wife and three children, and his father, B. L. Maguire,- Fort Dodge. The latter has been seriously ill recently. Braving the recent Florida hurricane, the ship to which Gene has been assigned, the U. S. S. Ear^ hart, came through the worst of the storm and arrived on the east coast safely. Gene said he hopes that he never sees another disturbance of similar proportions. The ship at one time took a roll of 43 degrees. \ He has been in service for the past 19 months. Unusual Accident Mrs. Ruby Johnson returned Wednesday from Fairmont where she went to see her neice H^zel KoonT thirteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Roon who was critically injured whip riding a bicycle. A car, driym hi?h speed and with faul hit the chltt in sw* 9 was tossed through the receiving seygre .cute sad MM, CORP. THOMPSON VISITING LEDYARD Ledyard: Cpl. and Mrs. Thompson arrived Saturday for a ( cw days visit with his parents fir. and Mrs, George Thompson. They are enroute from the west :oast where he has been stationed to Alamagardo, New Mexico, to which place he has, been tratts- 'erred. On Sunday both families visited at Mankato and Albert Lea and on Monday visited the grotto at West Bend and with relatives at LuVerne. Shower at Bancroft Mrs. Jack McDonald attended a shower Sunday afternoon at St. John's hall in Bancroft given in lonor of Miss Helen Latimer. ' 15 Day Furlough Pvt. Arlowe Blome and Pvt. Herbert Beenken arrived Saturday to spend a 15 day furlough with their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blome and Mr. artd Mrs. Warner Beenken. Both boys are in Camp Livingston, La. The Ranney Koestler family of Deel, Minn., were Sunday guests at the Paul Nitz home. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Bonnlcksen of Ringsted were Sunday guests at the J. H. Welfare home. . Mrs. Billy McDonald of Atlanta. Georgia, is visiting this week at the Jack McDonald home. Mrs. John Hinricksen of Blue Earth visited at the Christy Hinricksen home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel visited Mrs. Pingle's mother Mrs. Margaret Looft at Swea City Sunday evening. Phyllis Strand, who teaches at Waterville spent the week end al the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Strand, Mr. and Mrs. Eudon Fletcher of Sioux Falls were guests Thursday f flday at ffie Wiisen VMif. Piettfief M & ebUslfi.ef flfs, fcftCKS. s" -, - ' v ' Mfg. ttattte SpfMiks* sister" ffttm dora visited her last w&k, Oft Sunday'Mrs. Sprank accompanied her to Spencer for a WW days visit and fromjhefe to Sioux City to visit relatives, Mf, and~Mrs. Albert Flynn 6f Engelwood, Calif., spent last week visiting at the Charles Bashara lome. On Sunday Basharas and riynns were guests at the Homsey lomes in Armstrong and the Flynns remained there t6 visit this week. \ CHICKEN SUPPER And Festival SUNDAY, SEPT. 23 LEGION HALL CORWITH Sponsored By Catholic Ladles Aid Serving Begins at 5 p. m. 37-38 ELECTRIC Radio Tubes or Adapters Mail us your tube orders. Ship P. P. C. O. D. Electrical Service Repair all electrical items. Little to Largest. Contractors WIRING LIGHTING EQUIPMENT New electrical items available as our supply comes. Send us your orders now. NORTHERN DISTRIBUTING CO. BRITT. IOWA ELECTRIC SHOP AT TITONKA, IOWA 38-41 Pratt'* Can Ydur Iron condltiwi. 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