The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1945 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 27, 1945
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WHITTEMORELADY IS CLUB DIRECTOR Whlttemore: Mrs. H. E. Wood•ward, sixth district director of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs, met with the club presidents of Webster county last week Wednesday at Webster City to make plans for the district convention at Fort Dodge in October. Bock From California William Gengler returned home from California last week. He has been employed in a defense plant the past two years out west. He expects to return on a farm next spring. He was accompanied by Charlie and Otto Elbert from Long Beach, Calif., who are visiting with their father Peter Elbert and other relatives here. L. W. Swanson WHS a business caller in Algona last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and son Danny spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lament Baier and family at Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Jr. and family spent the week end •with Mrs. Meyer's parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. George Carmody and their two children, Clinton, Iowa, spent last week at the home of Mr. Carmody's parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt were Wednesday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwlth. T-5 Roscoe Fouss is home on a furlough from Harmon General Hospital, Long View, Texas. He returned from the Pacific several months ago and after his furlough he will be hospitalized again. Alfred Meyers Of Whittemore Hosts At A Card Party Whittemore: Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Meyer entertained a number of relatives at cards at their home, Sunday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer and son Robert Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Zumach and family, Melvin Zumach, Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and family, Depew, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl, and son Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs William Meyer Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughter Evelyn, and Rosella Voigt, the latter from Algona. Cards were played. J. J. Rosendahl and Mrs. Ernes! Meyer winning high and Mrs. Herman Voigt low. Lunch was served. GUEST AT MM, SUNDAY' Burt: The Rev. T,. S. Bassett, field representative of Wall Street Mission and the Good Will Indus* tries at Sioux City, preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning and in the evening showed slides of the Mission and gave a talk on the work there. He was a guest at the par'sonage from Saturday to Monday. He and the Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Heddle were Sunday supper guests at the Mrs. G. H. Wessel home. Portland Club Meeting The Portland Progress Club met Thursdoy afternoon with Mrs. Henry Smith. Mrs. Ed Smith, Mrs. Jake Smith and Mrs. George Koestler were assisting hostesses. Entertains Sewing Club Mrs. R. J. Nealy entertained the Algona Sewing Club of which she is a member Tuesday afternoon. Mission Festivals The Rev. L. Wittenberg, Lu- Verne, preached at the Lutheran church Sunday morning and the Rev. Ferdinand Reith preached at LuVerne. Both churches were holding a mission festival. F S OR SALE TO CLOSE ESTATE 80 ACRES CW! W| SEi Sec. 36, Lotts Creek Twp., Kossuth Co., 5 miles west of Algona on pavement. 160 ACRES NE| Sec. 34, Lotts Creek Twp., Kossuth County, 62 miles west of Algona, 1 mile north of pavement. Bids will be taken at the Courthouse in the courtroom on Saturday, September 29th at ten A. M. Hutchison & Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 Algona •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• VETERANS' DANCE To help welcome home Kossuth's service men, a dance jointly sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion will be held Thursday, Oct. 4 Floral Hall, Fairgrounds, Algona STARTING AT 9 P. M. This Is Not a Public Dance Admission FREE to any man who has served in the armed forces of the United States, by presentation of a membership card in the V. F. W., American Legion, Spanish-American War Vets, honorable discharge, release to inactive duty, to men or women in uniform, or any veteran who can be properly identified. FREE TO ALL LADIES. ALL SERVICE MEN AND VETERANS OF KOSSUTH & NEIGHBORING COUNTIES WELCOME VETERANS FOREIGN WARS AMERICAN LEGION Post 2541 Hagg Post No - 90 Raymond Westling has been laid up with a bad back of late. The Joe Zankes spent Sunday afternoon at the Harry Bode home at Plum Creek. Mrs. C. H. Klamp, Algona, spen> Monday afternoon at the Mrs. G. H. Wessel home. Supt. and Mrs. W. B. Officer and son Charles were Des Moines visitors last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings visited Sunday at the home of their son Guy at LuVerne. The Methodist Youth Fellowship will have a party in the church parlors Friday evening. The Birthday Circle meets Thursday afternoon of this week with Mrs. Chris Bolie. The Franz Teeters were Sunday dinner guests at the Glenn Teeter home near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert were Sunday dinner guests at the F. W. Baum home at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Nels J. Nelson and Arlene were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Reitter home at Britt. Mrs. Edward Brandt and daughter, Lake View, spent last week Wednesday at the J. L. Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. George Manus and son Larry took a few days vacation at a lake at Aitken, Minn, last week. The Robert Voigls and Merwyn Cunninghams were Sunday dinner guests at the J. P. Cunningham home. Gary Schichtl celebrated his 12th birthday by entertaining a group of boys at a party in the afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Thompson and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Thompson's mother and sister at Waverly. William Mackey, Pipestone, Minn,, came Sunday for -a visit at the 'home of his sister MrS. Elizabeth Patterson. Lililan Bredeson, Lake Mills, and Richard Lavrenz were Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Steward home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwpod attended an insurance convention in Des Moines several days the first of the week. i Mrs. Joe Fosnaugh and children, Algona, spent Monday at the home of Mrs. Fosnaugh's parents Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings. The Clarence Larsons, Waterloo, came last week Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. Larson's parents Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson. Mary Jean Rachut, who is teaching at Lake Park, spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dutton and Insulate Now! For A Johns-Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGII Local Representative 44tf BonM Jean vllltfett eOfp Woldeft, BdwSj wh6 patient In a MaSonGit? hM Sunday. The Wardens forntgrty lived neaf Hurt* The American Legion and Atist* illary will meet In the Legion Kali Tuesday evening With Mrs. Henry Smith and Mrs. Harold Holmgren as hostesses. ! Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chfistensefi and son David Spent Sunday af- :efnoon at the home of Mr. Chris- ;ensen's mother Mrs. Hans Chrls<- ;ensen at Ringsted. The Walter Campney's Spent Sunday at Havelock, where they visited Mr. Campney's grandmother, Mrs. Elnora Thompson, who is in poor health. Mr. and Mrs. E. R.. Andrews, Baltimore, Md., visited last Tuesday at the Martin Greise home; Mrs. Andrews is Mrs. Grelse's sis- ;er. Ed Smith came 'home Saturday ,o spend a furlough with his pa- •ents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith. ,He •ecently completed his boot traln- ng at Great Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney and daughter Dawna, Sac City, spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Heaney's father J. P. Trunkhill. and with former Burt friends. LaVonne Greise and Clarice Riebhoff, who are attending an electronic school at Omaha, Nebr., spent the week end with their parents,,Mr. and Mrs. Martin Greise and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reib- hoff. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson and son Larry, Paton, and daughter- in-law, Mrs. Gail Peterson, spent the week end at the G. H. Mullen home. Mrs. Carl Peterson is a sister of Mr. McMullen. The daughter-in-law recently returned from London. She was a WAC. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Richter, Minneapolis, Minn., have been spending several weeks at the Mrs. Chas. Leeck home. On Sunday their son and a friend, the Albert Metzgers, Lotts Creek, and Ben Leeck were also guests at, the Leeck home. Mr. Richter is Mrs. Leeck's brother. Mr and Mrs. Glenn Graham and son, Mason City, spent the week end at the Jay D. Graham home. Mrs Joyce Graves . came with them Sunday. The John Emmerts and Kenneth Grahams also of Ma- City visited at the Graham New Implements Low wheel farm gear, steel and wood wagon boxes, elevator speed jacks, Hudson and Sioux steel hog feeders, Dane rotary feeders, small and large, 1 small grain elevator, hammermill belts, heavy duty tractor oil. Hydraulic Duzall manure loaders for International and John Deere tractors. Priced reasonable. You should see it before you buy! Kelley-SpringfieJd Tires and Tubes For Passenger Cars and Implements. Rubber tired trailers. I 3,16 in. Grand De* tour. 1 manure spreader (cheap). 1 low wheel Wagon. ^mmmfmatrnm Taylor Implement Co, Algona, Iowa son wn-j v*fc«.*wM. w. — - __ home. Mrs. Emmert and Mrs. Graves remained until Monday and SM2 Joe Graham, who was at home on furlough, went back with them. Buys Half Interest In Furniture Store At Swea City Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smouse and 2 year old son Danny are again residents of Swea City. They arrived here last Friday, Mr. Smous ehaving purchased a half interest in the furniture store of his uncle G. D. Curtis. Possession will be given Oct. 1 at which time they will move into the apartment over the store, vacated by the Gilford Smiths. Newlyweds Honored A reception and shower was held Thursday evening at the P. W. -Larsons, for their son Merlin and bride, who were married the week before at Minneapolis. Only relatives and "nearby relatives were present. The Larson newly weds were honored guests at several dinners during their short stay here including a dinner at the home o£ his aunt Mrs. Anna Larson. Merlin and wife left Friday for Iowa City where he will enter the university for post graduate work. Mrs. Hans Mortensen and daughter Linda Lee visited friends at Iowa Falls over the week end. The Raymond Lanning family, Albert Lea, and Mrs. Sadie M. Junkins, Bryant, S. D., were guests Saturday of the Walter Smiths. Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson left Wednesday for a visit with the Ralph Priebe family who have purchased a fine home in Austin, Minn. Mrs. Priebe and Mrs. Peterson are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kesler and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Thompson of Estherville visited the Martin Thompson family Buffalo Center Sunday. Mrs. Kesler is a sister of the two Mr. Thompsons. Doris Briggs, daughter of Mv and Mrs. Wilbur Briggs, Grant township, has gone to Los Angeles to visit her sister Mrs. Harold Halverson for several months. The Halversons are the parents' of new daughter. Mr. a^itl Mrs. McEiwee have purchased ft far«i three mile's , north of Armstrong and will move to It in the spring. Roger .Llftde 'has purchased the farm where Frank Isakcsbft Is a :enant. Frank and his family will remain on the place. The Floyd Trets recently bought a Cabin re* sort on Gull Lake, 30 miles from Sralnard, Minn., and Will move in ;he spring. Mr. Treat's health prevents him froni farming. They are offering their 200 acre farm in Swea township for sale. • ' Mr. and "Mrs. John Jongberg moved front their farm home in Swea township last week to Armstrong having rented the John 31oom residence. They have turned over management of their farm ;o their son and his Wife Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Jongberg. This is John's lirst move off the old home farm laving lived there < since birth a ittle over 50 years. Although the parental -home was where his sis- ;er Mrs. Walter C. Peterson lives. After the death of their parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jongberg; Mrs. Peterson and John became heirs o£ the 160 acre farm. John took the unimproved 80 where he built a home and farm buildings 20 years ago. The Jongbergs haVe two sons, Ellis a recent discharged service man and Arden, F 2c, with the Atlantic fleet. Mrs. John Johnberg's niece Janet Thackery makes her home with -them. Young People to School Phyllis Anderson, daughter rf Carl Andersons, is starting her senior year at Gustavas Adolphus, St. Peter, Minn. Her major is public school music, Marieta Thorson, daughter ol O. L. Thorsons, is beginning her second year at Gustavas Adolphus. She is taking preliminary study of a nursing course. News of Service M«n. Pfc. Clarence Goraczkowski, a veteran- of thg Italian campaigns, Cpl. Wallace Johnson of the European campaigns and Sgt. Donald Haisman who served as tank driver in the campaigns of North Africa all recently home from overseas, are visiting relatives and friends. Wendall Erickson (R. M.) of San Francisco, Calif., is spending a Susan JS^ktldy Md ^feVfipfll little girls in Saturday for,her birthday. Miss Beloras Koliasch Is em* played as bookkeeper at this Swea Glty bank, Mrs. William Thompson was In Estherville Thursday attending the Methodist district conference. . Mr. and Mrs. Otto Reuteel are parents of a daughter born Tuesday, Sept. 18, at Forbes hospital. Mrs. Ida Larson and her son Merlin Larson and his recent bride of Clinton were Thursday supper guests at Emil Larsons'. Mrs. Henry Schular has returned home from a Fort Dodge hospital where she underwent a major operation 'three weeks ago. 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. row Any Firm Horn* M«y Now r}*y* • Batb tod ln»id* Toilet hon« OUMM9I {Color F. S, Norton & Son PHONE 299 4-tf Swea-Eagle News Martin Molinder, Clifford Anderson, Harry and Oscar Linde and Roger Linde were in northern Minnesota seveal days last week on a fishing trip. Oscar Petterson's carpenter crew are doing considerable work Virgil Jensen's farm home, new roof shingles, some additiona windows and a back porch. Mrs. Dale Reed and baby daughter left Estherville hospital Sunday and will remain a week at parental home Roy Millers before returning to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jenson and children Duane and Lavonne spent the last week end with Mrs Jenson's sister Mrs. Alfred Nelson, Ames, and Maynard's aun Miss Lyda Eckholm, Des Moines Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Andersoi have received word from than daughter Betty Nelson that he husband Alvin Nelson ha.s receiv ed his discharge from army ant they are establishing a home a Medapolis, Iowa. At the Roy Klugar home Mon day evening a large number of the young married Baptist Bible clas meet for a'farewell honoring thei teacher Mrs. Albert Eggers wh with her family are moving thi week to Alva, Oklahoma. She wa presented a set of pictures. Swea Seats Seneca Seneca: Seneca high basebal team went to Swea City last Fri day afternoon, where they playe< their second game of the season with the Swea City bpys winning 15 to 5. Doan Church SUPPER Tuesday, Oct. 2 Fried Chicken Dressing Mashed Potatoes Gravy Buttered Corn Vegetable-Plate Rolls Cole Slaw Pie Coffee Serving begins at 6 p. m. Prices 75c and 50c 39* POPULAR GAMES AT Academy Hall SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 30 AT 8:00 P. M. Lunch will be served, Sponsored by : Catholic Daughters of America will be djieri every nighl e*eei*t Monday commencing Tuesday, September 18* WOMEN'S KNIT VESTS and PANTIES 56c each Finely tailored of 25% wool, 70% coilon and 5% rayon Easily laundered— no ironing All seams strongly sewn — reinforced at points of strain. THEY'RE ON THE WAY PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Once again production has started on typewriters ;,. we are fortunate to jhave retained our agencies, as of pre-war .days for ' '- • •','"• V- CORONA AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS WE SUGGEST THAT IF YOU DESIRE A NEW PORTABLE, YOU PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW. 'L. C. Smith and Underwood Full Size Machines Will Soon Be .In Production. WE CAN HANDLE YOUR ORDER > • ' Algona Upper DesMoines 9 No. Dodge St., Algona, Iowa COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIES Ccthh in. on IDoni-fld OPENING Auction Sales Company FRIDAY, SEPT. 28 ONE O'CLOCK SHARP The Algona Auction Sales Company has purchased the Colwell Sales Pavilion at the junction of Highways 169 and 18 and will open their place of business and have their first auction sale Friday, September 28,1945. We will have in a good consignment of stocker and feeder cattle, also a good run of local stock for this auction sale, "< Regular Sales Friday Afternoon Bring in your livestock early m tht*« safe* wilibfe M io'stesltt This i* the place where the. buyer ai^ *f % roe^t* Y^^^ for your stock »nd-» square dejil. - : - : ; " •;: • ' / ; ,%;\-'- : ;$f-^^^ HARRY Phone 3gi-W Owners and fl

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