The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1945 · Page 9
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''' The Algona type* ttes Matties, Algona, Iowa, ^eptembef 27,1945 OPENING.. SATURDAY, SEPT. 29 The Phillips 66 Station ONHIGHWAY18 Formerly Known As Johnson's Service Station Because of my health, I have quit the painting business, and have leased the Johnson station, whef e your future patronage will be appreciated. FREE-Iqt. Oil WITH EVERY 5 GALLONS OF GAS PURCHASED ON OPENING DAY. ALBERT HAGG —the £asy-to~Vse Wall Paint in Colors Preferred 3 to by Leading Decorators Extra Durable and Washable. One coat covers most surfaces including wallpaper. Dries in 30 minutes; No "painty "jjdor.;pne gallon does, an average 10 : ,x 14 room. Mixes with water. 11 beautiful colors. *In a national opinionpollbn uiatir-mlxpaint colon. SPRED A GLIDDEN Tir|e-Tested Wall Paint SPRE01 Cowan Building Supply Co., Algona, la, Algona Bay In Oftdief'* Landing Party .Thai Occupied Jap Naval Baae Kenneth Merle Pederson, chief yeoman, TJSNR, of Algona, son of Mrs. Marie Pedei-sen of Algona, was in the first wave of Navy men fo go ashore when forces occupied the Yokosuka Naval Base In Japan. The base is situated 30 miles from Tokyo. Kenneth is attached to the light cruiser USS Oakland, and the expedition ashore was chiefly for the purpose of freeing Allied prisoners in Japanese hands. The group registered, outfitted and arranged transportation for those able to be evacuated, and gave medical attention to those seriously ill. Howard J. Andersen, ship's cook first class, USNR, of Whlttemore, is another member of the crew of the USS Oakland, which is pictured above, anchored off the Japanese coast. This newspaper regrets that the following local and society items could not be run in the Shower for Newlywed— A miscellaneous shower foi; Mrs. Herbert Wallace, the former Eva Lee Smith, was given at the A. J. Eischeid home Monday af ternoon, Sept. 17, with Mrs. Eis cheid and daughter Esther as hostesses. During,the afternoon contests were enjoyed, after which Mrs. Wallace opened her gifts Lunch was served later. Beside the guest of honor those attendin were her mother Mrs. W. R Smith, Mrs. Harvey Jergenson Mrs. George Stewart, Mrs. Peter Arend, Mrs. Harley Troutman and Mrs. Shirley Arns. Vedolia Klatt Weds— Announcement is made of the marriage of Vedolia Klatt, daugh- terof Mrs. Beata Klatt to E. H. Holloway Jr. of North Carplina, on August 12. The couple is now at home in Oakland, Calif., where Mr. Holloway is in the marines. Mrs. Holloway has been employed in the navy hospital at Oakland since she left Algona the first of the year. She was formerly employed at the VDr. H. D. Meyers office. Presbyterian Party— The Mariners Club, a group of young married couples of the Presbyterian church, held a party at the shelter house in the Call state park Tuesday evening. Twenty-two Members were present. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Joe, Skow and Mr. and Mrs. Don Weaver. —o— Sewing Club— Mrs. N. L. Latch entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Ten ladies were present. This club meets twice a month. —o— Gilmores Celebrate Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore celebrated their twenty-eigth wedding anniversary Tuesday evening with several friends at a picnic. " to *• 1 " ««« & t fflife/r«iiA^.y^}ii*%?^^f|j:^,-J.",v^5« - '-, •/-Jl last issue due to the necessity of accommodating a last minute farm sale ad. Townsend Meeting— Members and friends of Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met at Townsend Hall, Tuesday evening, Sept. 18, for their regular business meeting. Mrs. Grace Carney had charge of the devotional period. Reports of the petition drive were very favorable. A group of Townsend members visited Buffalo Center, Lakota and Ledyard on Tuesday afternoon. The regular council meeting was to be held on Friday evening, Sept. 21. All officers are requested to be present as this will be an important meeting. The club auxiliary will meet on Monday afternoon, Sept. 24, with Mrs. Cera Holdren as hostess. The next regular club meeting will be Tuesday evening, Oct. 2. The group decided on a box supper. All women are to bring a box lunch for two. It was announced that Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. James Penticqst and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley would sponsor'a benefit 500 party at the hall on Friday evening, Sept. 28. Following the meeting all were served a lunch. Kathryn Hutchins Has Birthday— Kathryn Hutchins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs-^Carl Hutchins, cele- b. gated., her, .eighth.. birthday. ,,W.edr riesday. The following little friends helped her enjoy the occasion: Adel Herbst, Barbara Bourne, Sue Sprague, Ruth Shierk, Patty Hargreaves, Marilyn Kuhn, Janet Scuffham, Donna Powers, Deana Isenbarth, Jackie Laing, Mesdames Perry Phillips, Katherine Parks, Caroll Hutchins, Wade Ball and the Misses Audrey Single and, Glendora Burbank also were guests. A six o'clock dinner was served. Courtesy for Californian— Mrs. Viva Peterson entertained a few friends Frdiay at six-thirty dinner complimenting Mrs. Mary Ring who has been visiting here from Glendale, Calif. Other guests were Mrs. K, D. James, Mrs. Geo. Free and Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes. Shower for Bride To Be— Mrs. Leo' Immerfall attended a shower Thursday at the W. M. Ringsdorf home for Miss Helen Lattimer of Bancroft who will be married to Wendell Ringsdorf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf on Monday. The hostess is the grandmother of the prospective groom. Honor E. -K. Nelsons— Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen entertained at six-thirty dinner Tuesday evening honoring Rev. and' Mrs. E. K, Nelson. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Al Thompson. Shower for Mrs. Swinford— Mrs, William Runchey and Mrs, Mayne Smith entertained twenty ladies Thursday afternoon at a shower in compliment to Mrs. William Sjninford, the former Verabelle ulfers. Mr. and Mrs. Swinford have been at Hot Springs, New Mexico, but are planning on making their home In Washington state. Naomi Circle Meeting— The Naomi Circle will meet Friday afternoon 'at the home of Mr?. Raymond Reid. Each memr ber is requseted to bring the dollar she has earned, Prayer Hurt Methodist prayer g will be held Tuesday] SfBtember 25, at 8:30 p. m, at the home of Mrs. kanee Riebtyrft. and. Mjsjs/kuJtt Uawcott, > LuVerne Boy Wills An Army Promotion Mrs, M8* «. Hock. 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