The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1945 · Page 7
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llPliilfe^fi*^ ?;?/-:' v v.-'':-': : '.';'.'-'-;'-:; ::;••;•••'.';•.•••; "• • ;• " . ,.v ' ' ,:::>-,'' : : ,&liM&-j£fiaftt fc sbtt 6f~M*fc , arrived Jj*Md&y em leave :ifbm the South Pacific. m and Mt«, Bill Shatp bf Stoftti Lake speftt last week visiting here with Mfg. H, B. White. MJ, and MM. William Prothman were weekend guedts. of Mr, and Mri. Kenneth E. Kill at Tltbftka, Staff S01* LtfWis CHniflti 6f Foi?t Snelling, Mirtn., visited Miss June Strayer over the weekend, •Mrs. Maty Andfersort oi Worth* wood is visiting at the home of her 'daughter, Mrs. Glen Kittel- .son. ... , .•-•'.• Mr. and Mrs, Roscoe kuhn and Mrs. Ida Knutson of Emmetsburg spent Sunday at the P. E. Stone home. Roy Veach and Louii M. Krier bf Lamotte, la., visited last weekend at the Charles- Hoffman home. Mr/ and,Mrs. |T. L. Pratt of 'Burt were Sunday guests bf Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and Mrs. Mary Lalftg. Dr. and Mrs, J. O. F. Price went to Des Moines Wednesday where the doctor attended a veterinarian meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith • en- Joyed a little vacation last week •Thursday and Friday which they . ,spent in DeS Moines. ' Mrs. Emma CulUnan and Miti •Flora Swiitzer of Inpendence • were weekend guests of Mr. and "Mrs. A. L. Spbngtoerg. -; Mrs. G. D. Stokes went to tSpencer,,Thursday, and will remain 1 over the weekend with her sister, Mrs. V W. J. Becket, Mr.; ..and Mrs. Frank Corey of JIarripton spent the weekend at -the home of the latter's parents, .Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stephenson/ Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder • of Lakota were visitors at the Sid Spear home Sunday. Mrs. Schroeder is a sister of Mrs. Spear, . . •• « Theite is a nice young & herd dog at 603 East Oak street, Algona, Who may be had for the asking. Telephone 846 ,W., Jas. P. White. B; P. Shipler returned last Thursday from Bushnell, 111., where he had spent the past month visiting his daughter Mrs. Edward Vogt. "Bud" Hatpin, who has just returned:from overseas, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs> Thos. Halpih, over the weekend; Bud's family, is living at Boorie. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Peterson of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Harold '.fioethler and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clayton were Sunday guests of Mrs. A. E. Clayton. : Mrs, Rhoda Tale and her son Ansel ah4 his Wife of Los Angeles have been visiting the former's ; \ sisters, Mrs. Lillian Schenck and Mrs. Frank Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Don Teeter, who formerly farmed a short distance west of Algona and now live in Portland, Ore., are parents of a new son, Thomas Arthur, born Oct. 24. He weighed 7 Ibs. and 11 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. R. p. Bjusirom received announcement of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Leon D. Hack, at Shelton , Wash., recently. Mr. Hack was a druggist at Livermore for about 25 years before moving west.! John Holdren wrote his father, M. B, Holdren, the first of the week, that he was being commissioned in the Maritime Service, Tuesday, at Fort Trumbell; Conn., after four months of training there. John has been in the merchant marine since before Pearl Harbor. He expects to be home for a visit soon. TIRE SERVICE There Is & DIFFERENCE In REPAIRING and RECAPPING Positive Mechanical Pressure . Insure! Perfect Circle, Balanced Recaps No aidewall boat or diotorlion; sidewalls float tree from anjr •. contact with heat or pressure All electric no heat variation or steam to "Blow" your tires LESTER DeBOLT Phone 308 118 N. Thorlngton THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, .NOVEMBER 1-2-3 GALLOPING YOUR WAY WITH SMOKING GUNS,., THE DURANGO KI0! Robin Hood ef the Range ., , curing (J-tlilovoi With hot isst MrYlrld M*». ft. tt, Milter to Del MolneSj Mortday, t6 attend a bankers convention. MlU Marion MeQutos earns home Wednesday from Boulder; Colo., where she is attending the university. Mr. arid Mrs. William Gllbett of Harper, Iowa, visited this week with her sister Mrs. Delia TrOutman. I John Mitchell has received hJ« discharge from the navy at Minneapolis and arrived home Monday morning. Mrs. kalherine McEvoy is enjoying an extended visit from her sister, Miss Nannie O'Brien of Letts, Iowa. George Dial and his sister Miss Eva Dtel of Eagle Grove were Sunday' guests of Mr. an;l Mrs Harold Mosher. Mr, and Mrs. William Ludwig spent Sunday in West Bend witt the former's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Frank Ludwig. Mrs. Garnet Pickard of Wesley came Saturday for a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips, i Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fuller oi Bradgate visited at the B. W Lusby last week. Mr. Fuller is a cousin of Mrs. Lusby. Jess Lashbrook, city streei commissioner, has been "ill with a severe case of the flu the pasl few weeks tout is now able to be out. f Mr. and Mrs. John Maahs of Whittemore were Sunday guests at the home of the former's brother, Herman Maahs and family. Mrs. H. L. Pation went to Omaha, Wednesday, and returned Sunday. Mrs. Patton is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs, L. J. Nelson. Mrs. Frank Oslrum, a patient at Rochester, underwent a major operation Saturday. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miltlieder and daughter Ladonna went to Minneapolis, Friday, where they .visited until Monday With' Mr. Mittlieder's mother. Mr; and Mrs. Harvey Kuchenbecker, of ^Rochester, came last Friday and remained until Monday at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. H. W. Miller. Mrs. M. G. Norton returned Monday from a week's visit with her sister, Miss Sarah Geiger, at Milwaukee. Miss • Geiger is a psychiatrist at a county clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Stone and children Roger and Bruce of Sioux Falls, S. D., were guests last week Sunday at the home of the former's brother, P. E. 'Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips and the latter's mother, Mrs. Frank Harvey went to Lone Rock, Sunday, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. William Gifford. . Mrs. B. E. Norton went to Lawton, Tuesday, where she will visit her son Elwood and family a few days. Mr. Norton is superintendent of the schools there. Friends of W. L. Martin will be pleased to learn he is improy-; Ing in health to the extent he can now be out of bed a part of- the time and has .begun walking around the house a little. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lashbrook and the latter's brothers Lyle, Roland and Harley Burtis of Mason City spent Monday with the Graham • brothers, George, Jay, and "Tobe" near Titonka. Mrs. NoAian Sink and daughter Peggy of -Woodbury, New Jersey, and Mrs. Paul Card of Minneapolis, arrived Monday for a visit with Mrs. R. W. Caldwell and with Mrs. Albert Ogren. • Mrs. Ida Nickerson returned recently from a ten-day visit with her daughters Mrs. A. J. Meyer and Mrs. Lurhl Fessler at Ringsted, and with Mrs. Louis Lowrnan at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lynch of Waucoma, Iowa, visited briefly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien Sunday. The couple was married Saturday and the trip here was a part of the honeymoon. ' ,- , Mr. and Mrs. Bert Taylor, Mrs. Helmer Sandberg and Mrs. Mel Poole spent Sunday 'at the Fay Minard home. Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Sandberg are from Lake City. They are sisters of Mr. Minard. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Carpenter and children went to Marshalltown, Friday, and returned Sunday. They were unable to find a residence and will remain in Algona with Mrs. Carpenter's mother, Mrs. S. E. MciMahon, Mr. and Mrs. James Griffith'of Des ,Moines visited last week from Monday until • Saturday at the home of Mrs. Griffith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.'M. J. McCall. Mr. Griffith had come from Fort Sheridan where he received bis army discharge, • Mrs. Henry Lund received a message from her son, Charles, who |ias been in India with th'e air/corps, saying, he was in Camp Grant,, 111., and was eligible ,for discharge but that he WBS com sicjering re>enlisting. JI$ wjl\ be home soon on a leave, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moore of CJolpraiiQ Springs, ar$ve$ § atop* flsy for arivjsit yntil Tuesday at the hc,mg Q|; : |fr. Mppre's brother. J, M- Mopre, >WiWam Mpore of Qskaifjpsa, sen 9< MP> an4 Mrs, j, M.,^oore, ?«pe §wiwl»y &? a yjsjt Witt} yetettve? 1*0<* t° enjpy . WM! *»»ib{tf ar§ levying Sjlur^ay Del Moines, AlfOnfi, towfl, 1,1945 Smith Ml entertain- her bridge ClUlb IHiifsday evening (tonight). Mtt. fi, C. Cherry of Adel visited at the A, A. Fisher" home ovei* the weekend. Mr*. W. B. Crosby, •tffoo has been visiting her sister Mrs. Richard Norton and family the past two weeks, returned to her home at Marshalltown Wednesday, Mr, and Mrs. Chris Wallukaii and daughter Betty drove to" Mason City, Tuesday, taking their son Duane, who was enroUte to Amarillo, Tex., following-his furlough. Diane Ludwig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwlg, went to Clear Lake last Thursday for a Visit with her maternal'grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Jbynt. Mrs, Rachel Brown went to Madison, Wis., Monday with her brother Hamilton Hutchison and family who were here ,to attend their mother's birthday ^anniversary, Friday. Mrs. Paulina Hinlz and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hackbarth went to Mason City, Sunday, where they attended funeral services for the former's brother-in- law, Conrad Ristau. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steven have received word from their son George saying that 'he expects to leave Berlin about Oct. 20 and should reach Algona in at least mid-November. Dr. Robert Kennedy and his sisters, the Misses AgneS* and Jean Kennedy of Hollywood, Calif., and Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart of Kanawha were guests of Mrs. Luella Baker, Thursday. Mrs. Josephine Sargent of Los Angeles arrived Tuesday for a visit with her daughter Mrs. R. F. Sperry. Mrs. Carrol Fraser of Burt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sperry, is 'also visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Carlson are leaving Saturday • morning for Sioux Falls, S. D., where they will attend the wedding" of a niece. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson will remain in Sioux Falls over the weekend with friends. Ann and Marcia Slillman, daughter of Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, are accompanying their cousin Nadine Stillman, Navy Wave, to Chicago and will spend the weekend there. Miss Stillman is located at Dayton, Ohio. S. 2-c. M. W. Knuih and his wife and two little daughters Judy and Roma Lee came Friday for a visit at the J. P. Smith home. Seaman Knuth' left for Farragut, Ida., but Mrs. Knuth will remain with her parents for a visit. •' '• • •• • i Glen Scott is expected this week from Minneapolis where he is receiving his discharge. He will join his wife, ,the former Joan Stephenson, who,-.during his absence has been living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.'E. Stephenson. '.'" j Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Macumber spent Sunday at,the,W. R.gp.'r Dbnnell ' home at Lone -HojckJ They were there to visit wrth! Pfc. Leonard Warner who , is home on furlough. Pvt. Warner is a brother of Mrs. O'Donnell and Mrs. Macumber. . Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gerber of Storm Lake visited at the Chris Wallukait home Monday. Mrs. Gerber is a sister of Mrs. Wallu- kait. Sunday a family reunion is planned and will toe held . at the Gerber home. Mr. and Mrs. Wallukait will attend. Mrs. Lillian Schenck is leaving Saturday for ,Los Angeles. En route she will have ,a stop-over in Cheyenne, where, she will visit her 'brothers, Earl and Bruce Volz, and a sister. She will also visit a sister, Mrs. Frank Scandrett, in Green River, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. William McCamey of Adel were weekend visitors at'the home of Mrs. McCamey's mother, Mrs. Anna Madson. 'Mrs. Madson received word from her, son Raymond Monday that he is in Des Moines and has been discharged from service. He will be in Algona this week for a vdsft but plans to return to Des .Moines. Lloyd MUller, ion df Ml. and Mrs. Peter Muller of Ottosen, left Reims, France, Oct. 23fd, for the United States. He will receive his discharge in a camp in Illinois, i Charles Mittag of the navy left last Tuesday night to return to Little Creek, Va., after spending a 30-day furlough herq with his wife, the former Velma Jean Shipler. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter, Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Marlow of Burt attended the Minnesota-Ohio football game at Minneapolis, Saturday. Rodney Van Ness was here over the weekend, visiting his father, E. J. Van Ness. He had a four-day furlough from an army camp at Indian .Gap, Pa., where he returned Sunday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Harold of Farmer City, 111., surprised the Alvis Hill family last Saturday when they called on them. Rev. Harold had been the minister of Mr. Hill's home church in I1U- nais. Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Raney, Mrs. Ray Fitch and Mrs. Ben Potter went to 'Lu Verne, Tuesday, to attend the funeral services for Mrs. William Raney, widow of a brother of J. A. Raney. Mrs. Ruth Hrabaic and two lit- the folks, Janice Segrid and Jackie Lee, of Des Moines, visited Thursday and Friday in Algona at the home of Mrs. Hrabak's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund. Pfc. James Will left Sunday for Monroe, La., after a 17-day delay enroute. He visited here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter 'Will, and other relatives and friends. Jim expects to be sent overseas soon. Mr. and Mrs. Milt Dahl and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt spent Tuesday in Des Moines on business. Mrs. Dennis Pratt accompanied them as far as Webster City where she remained with the Henry Brunners. Bernard Bode, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, was discharged from the navy Oct. 12, at Minneapolis. He has been in service 3 ] /2 years. He and his wife, the former Faye Lashbrook, are living in the Sam Hagg home. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan returned Monday from a visit of a few weeks with relatives in Muscatine and Iowa City. In Des Moines she also visited relatives and spent some time with Mrs. Meiggs, formerly of Algona.- Mrs. Earl Powell, sister of Mrs. John Ulfers and Mrs. William Runchey returned to her home at Thornton Sunday. She had come to visit Mrs. Ulfers before she and Mr. Ulfers left for their new home in Lewistown, Idaho. Mrs. A. D. Adams, .who has been visiting Mrs. H. W. Pletch, returned to her home " in Des Moines Wednesday morning. She was accompanied by Mrs. Howard French of Titonka who will spend several days with her. Mrs. George Lundvall and Miss 'Bernice PreWj sisters '"of Mrs. Katherine Vodght, left the latter part of the week for their home at Marshalltown. They had been here to attend the funeral of their mother, the late Mrs. Prew. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson, of Cokato, Minn., spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson. Mrs. Anderson is a niece of Mrs. Anton Anderson, being the daughter of the late Fred Holman, a brother of Mrs. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Presthus of Bancroft have a new son, Richard Harold, born Friday,' October 26, at the Kossuth hospital and weighing 7 Ibs. 5 ozs. Mrs. Presthus. is the former Gloria Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Baker Jr. Joyce Sterling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling, Jean Thorpe, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Burton Thorpe, and La Vonne Bacon of Burt visited their parents from Saturday until Monday, AU are students at the Iowa State college. Mr, and Mrs. Russell Huichins arrived Wednesday morning from Cops Bay, Ore., where Mr, Hutchins has been In service as an aviation machinist's mate. He has been discharged, and after a Visit with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Carl Hutchins, Will possibly locate in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs.% Charles Lindhorst of Grinnell were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Rising. They also visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst. Charles is out of the service aftdfiaS eft* tered the contracting business with Dolf Miller, formerly of Al* gona, but hbw of Grinnell, Mr. and Mrs. SteWarl Bar«« returned the first of the Week from Okoboji where they 'have been spending a few weeks in the Barnes cottage. Mrs. Barnes will remain for awhile with her mother, Mrs. Cydney Laird, while Mr. Barnes and his father go back to Okoboji and 'other mmm j Joan ftfld, L up' frorft;,ih6if;' : M)mif:?i|'i|j Rapids the last dfW" '"""" Brown, Who ,fOf,: ft years lias held & re_ i _ _. sition With th6 Qtfftkeif pie, joined in the jihfeas ing. while Mrs, Bro"wn;--lftdK; children spent the tihie home of her sister Johnson. HOOD'S SUPER VE> i«» 2j c SUPER SUDS Larre ^ Med. size IVORY SOAP 7c , uarl NORTHERN TISSUE ......................... CHARMIN TISSUE SANI FLUSH .................................... ......... i CLOROX r t A K a choice .......... ..................................................... No i L A t n t j choice Halves ................................. .......... No DE MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL DEL MAIZ NIBLETS ....... "_ ............ .................... 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