The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1945 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 8, 1945
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MRS. BUTTERF1ELD KITES BANCROFT Funeral services for Mrs. Prank •Butterfield resident of KossUth Bounty for fifty-four years Were held from the First Baptist church "In Bancroft Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. "Van Kommer, The Rev, John pastor, was . in » «*• j.i.wiiiiiivi.) jjaaiAsii waa , 111 charge. Burial was in the Greenwood township cemetery. Pallbearers at the services were Albert McCarthy, Bert Quintt, E. J. O'Dell, Martin Vant; Albert 'Cutler and Henry Fox. Mrs. Frank Butterfield died «arly Monday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Wiener, at Burt following an 111•ness of about seven years. Her •condition became critical about two months ago and later she went •to spend some time with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs.,Butterfield retired from active farming eight years ago and moved to Bancroft Mrs, Butterfield is survived by 'her husband, three children, four-i 'teen grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. The children Mrs. Frank Lewis of Algona, 'Mrs. "Wm. Doocy of 'Bancroft and Mrs. Carl Wiener of Burt. One brother, Hoy Blood, of Cody, Wyoming, •also survives "Visited In Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Twogood returned home the early part of the week from a few days in Chicago, where they were joined by Miss Barbara Haggard, who is teaching music this year in the schools at Battle Creek, Michigan. They also visited Mr. Twogood's sister, who lives In Chicagb. See Bull Fight^ Word from "Mr. and Mrs. Chas. ^Patterson who ;are on a trip in Mexico With their son and wife, 'Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Patterson, .•advises Algona friends that they .recently attended a bull fight. Algona Boy Served On Pacific Deatroyer George & Bahr, Sl-c, 320 North Lafttry St.. Algona, served on the destroyer Twining, when \ she de* livered Admiral Wm. F. Halsey and Ms staff to the customs pier at -Yokohama, to ring down the final curtain on that vessel's war"* time Career. In battles from the Marianas to Okinawa and the China Sea, the ship lost only one man—he was washed overboard during a storm. Burt Girl Home Before News Item Hurt: Although the war is over, government "publicity bureaus" still grind out the news, even if a bit late. Anita, Van Stcenbcrge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Van Steenberge, who as a WAG has been on duty at the . base censorship office, Blak, Netherlands East Indies, according to a government news release had just attended a masquerade party at a club for enlisted personnel at that place. She was reported as dressed in a a gown of shimmering parachute cloth, made from a salvaged parachute. BUT—Miss Van Steenberge beat the hews release home. She arrived here Saturday, ' with a 'discharge. Nftvy Coxswain Tells of Riding Out Second Typhoon in China Sea Arnold Arndorfcr, navy coxswain, recently wrote his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfcr of Algona, that he was all right after the big typhoon at Okinawa, this was the first word the Arndorfers had had from their son since Sept. 28. Part of the letter follows: "Dear Polks: Just a few lines to let you know I'm O.K. You probably heard of the typhoon we had at Okinawa. It certainly made a mess of tilings. However, the CEBU rode It out okay. They sent us out to sea the day before It struck, but We caught the tail end of It.' We rode on a 50- knot gale. You should have seen the waves—this ship did everything but kick up its heels. "This harbor we're now in "Buckner Bay" is full of ships that went on the beach or Sank. Casualties were plenty heavy. It is hard t6 understand Why they have a repair base here since We have been pulled out twice to avoid ty- > phoons. We went 5 days of bouncing around each time. I certanily hope they tell as to pull out for good soon. "This letter may take sometime to reach you since the postofflcc on the beach has blown done. Your son, Arnie." Arnold has been In the navy 3 years last September. He had been In Lc.yte Bay since last February before being- moved to Okinawa. Teacher Is Delegate Helen Comfort^ local AHS vocational homemaking instructor, was a delegate to the Iowa Vocational Association meeting held in the Technical High School in Des Moines last Thursday, Nov. 1. J. R. DARNELL, formerly of Ringsted, and an ex-service man is the new internal revenue representative here. • His office is in the basement of the postoffice. Mr. Darnell is single. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, NOV. 8-9-10 John Mack Brown in "STRANGER FROM SANTA FE" —{Jo-Hit— Miry Beth Hughes in "THE LADY CONFESSES" / Serial, "Jungle Queen" SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER llr-12-13-14 A PICTURE WITH A HEART AS Pklur* RITA FOSTER-JOHNSON Directed by LOUIS KING 'Produced by ROBERT BASSLER —Co-Hit— _ Duncan Renaldo—Cisco Kid "SOUTH OF THE RIO GRANDE" LET'S FINISH THE JOBF BUY VICTORY BONDS AT YOUR I LOAN' MOVIE THEATRE i Mis, John McGuire and Mrs. Jess Lashbrook spent Tuesday in Mason City with their sister Mrs. Gerald Ashlock. Jean Mayer of Des Moines spent the weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mayer. Miss Pearl Conaway of Webster City was a weekend guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Harow Meyer. Roy Bjuslrom took Frank Ostrum and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ostrum to Rochester Sunday to see Mrs. Frank Ostrum who is a patient at the hospital. They found her much improved. Elmer Phillips, driver of the Post transfer truck between Mason City and Algona, suffered a shoulder injury recently and during his convalescence Dick Post is driving in his place. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Spencei ar rived Friday from Portland, Ore., for a 30-day visit with the former's mother Mrs. Emily Spencer, Bob expects to be discharged from service at the end of his leave. John Cronan and John Nafus of Nashua are here this vreek for a few days looking after their farm interests near Algona. John Cronan is the son of the late John Cronan who was an employe of the Swift company several years ago. Mis. H. T. Bunkofske and Mis. D. L. Cooper Went to Cedar Falls, Friday, and remained until Sunday. They were guests of the former's niece, Miss Norma Olthoff, who is a student at the college. They also attended the homecoming football, game. Dr. Guy Anderson/whose home is hi Baltimore but who had come here from the clinic at Rochester to visit his sisters Mrs. Mary Sands.and Mrs. Raymond Irons and brother'Homer, returned to Rochester the latter part of the week. He is suffering with sinus, complications. Theo Chrischilles Herman Hauberg and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hauberg, Beech er Lane and Dr. Karl Hoffman went to Minneapolis, Sunday, the first two on a buying trip and Dr. Hoffman to attend a dental school for a few days. They returned Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks enjoyed a visit last Friday from the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cryder Wicks of Kanawha, his sisters Mrs. Don McCormick arid little son Donnie of Britt, Mrs. Vance Basley and daughter Jo of Los Angeles, and his cousin Bernard Erickson of Kanawha. Pfc. Dick Cowan arrived the first of the week from Camp Campbell, Ky., for a 30-day furlough with his wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cowan. Mr. and .Mrs. Cowan have received a wire last week from their son Harold who sent it just before embarking for the States. He has been at Guam and will be discharged, Ted and Joel Herbst, Vernon Voyles and Bob Butts went to Cedar Falls Saturday, to attend the homecoming. football game. Ted and his orchestra were playing for the dance and the boy's went with him. While there they met Jim Potter, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. R, Potter who has > finished his training at the Great Lakes. He accompanied the group to Algona for a brief leave. Ted left for the Navy this week. Mr, and Mis. Edward Peters of Davenport, were visitors ''at the James Kelso home last week. Mrs. Peters is a sister of Mrs. Kelso., Mrs. Aichie McDanel returned Tuesday from Ames where she had spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Bert Watkins, who has undergone surgery there. Miss Dorothy Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, has been confined to her bed with the flu the past week and will not be up for a few more days. Mr. and Mrs. C. DeKiuif and their two sons, Jerry and David, of Sheldon spent the weekend with Mrs. DeKruif's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Turner. F-k, y pBbrlk ifL Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cowan went to Iowa City Friday and returned Sunday. They attended the football game on Saturday. While there they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Barker, former Al- gonians. Mrs. Aveiy Apple and small daughter, Nancy Jo, will go to Mason City today, Thursday, to take, the Rocket to Dallas, Tex., where they will meet her husband who has just received his discharge from the navy. Mr. and Mis. M. I. Ormf of Sioux Falls, parents of .Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller, are bringing the Miller children, Douglas and Patty Ann home Saturday. The little folks have been with their grandparents the past seven weeks. 1 Pfc. Leioy Peteison Rev, and Mrs, C. & Richardson spent Tuesday in Des Moines. Mis. W. C. Irelan entertained at a bridge party' Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. John Falk Jr. of Titonka spent Sunday with Mrs. Ann Fechner. Mrs. D. D. Paxon entertained her bridge club at a one o'clock luncheon Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson visited the former's sister Mrs. Ben Brink at Bancroft Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. August Bock of Coswell, N. D., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Am- fahi-. Miss Frances Bradley of Humboldt spent Sunday with her brother, Walter Bradley and family. Mrs. Mabel Potter has returned to her home at Spencer after spending several days with relatives here. Mrs. William Vonderhaar of Humiboldt was a weekend guest at the home of her daughter Mrs. Joe Bradley. Mrs. H. T. Bunkofske entertained nine little friends of her son James, Monday, in honor of his ninth birthday. Horace Clapsaddle and son Don went to Des Moines, Tuesday, where Don was to see about reenlisting in the army. Mr. and Mrs. William Cannon of Perry visited Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Anderson Sunday. The men enjoyed a day of hunting. Mrs. Hugh Colwell left this mid-week for Barnum where she will spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Ruebel. Mr. and Mis. Henry Becker ie< turned Monday from Storm Lake where they had attended funeral services Sunday for a relative. Mrs. Lou Mrs. H. E. Quinlan, sister oi Rist, arrived last Thursday from Hollywood and will spend about a month here. In honor of hei little son Loien Jr.'s sixth birthday, Mrs. Loren Thompson entertained 12 of his little playmates at a party October 30. Mr. and Mrs. Lawience Hutzell and family of Lone Rock were Sunday visitors at the Roy Hutzell home. The men are brothers. Mrs. William Dau is enjoying visit from her mother, Mrs. Peter Ehlers of Swea City, who arrived Sunday and will be here several days* Mi. and Mrs. Brail Wright have been enjoying a visit from Mrs. Wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Toay of Shenandoah the past week. Miss Juanita Donahoo left Monday evening for Chica'go for a visit with her brother Bayard, arrived She had been visiting her aurit Wednesday "rnorning from Camp Mrs - F - w - Dingley. Kilmer, New Jersey, on a 12-day | Mr. and Mrs. Robin Pelly- furlough which he will spend mounter of Osage were Sunday with his wife and family at the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Clinton Lighter home where Mrs. Peterson is living with her parents during his absence. James Kelso Jr., whose home is in-Davenport,; has been spend-' ing his nine-day furlough wjith his wife. He wil be sent to California and thence to Japan. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso, went to Davenport, Saturday, to visit him over the weekend. Lt. and Mis. J. J. Cox and little daughter left by car Saturday for Santa Ana, Cal., where he has to report. Mrs. Cox, the former Dorothy Ward, has been living at ;he home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward since her hus- oand went overseas in March 1944. Mi. and Mis. Clinton Lighter an'd Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ringgen- berger went to Ames, Saturday, to attend the football game. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lighter, Mrs. Lighter beinfe Jie former Emmajean Ringgenberg. Duane "is enrolled at the college. Richard Keen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keen, has written his parents from Des Moines where Long. Mr. Pelleymounter is a brother of Mrs. Long. Mrs. Nettie Herman received word Monday of the serious illness of Dr. - George • Elvidge of Perry. He had been taken to a hospital in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan spent a few days in Des Moines last week. Mr. Irelan attended a convention and Mrs. Irelan visited relatives and friends.' Dr. and Mrs. Kail' Hoffman and daughter; Joan and Miss Dolores Develin went to Saturday, for the Iowa Ames, State- Kansas State football game. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chantland at Bode Sunday. Mrs. Chantland is the former Evelyn Toothman, a niece of Mrs. Anderson. 'Miss Eleanor Sorenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Sorenson, arrived from Des Moines the latter part of the week,where she had visited an aunt en route from San Diego. Mr. and Mis. Walter Loienz, Mrs. John Koons and Mrs. John Quality PRINTING Check Up $QW On Ywr « ' ' - . ^> ' * ~ : * , f f. ~ , i .. c. , * M Blotters Tteri fftQNft PrM it ARMY, NAVY SEEK NEW ENLISTMENTS Both army and navy are announcing «n extensive recruiting drive, with the army running an ad in today's paper, calling -attention to some of the special inducements, short term enlistments, and factors, of appeal <to ypung men, Until Nov. 31, thousands of re, turning veterans have an oppor* twitty to re-enlist and retain rights and privileges accruing to them by previous service. State array recruiting offices are located in the Old Federal Building, Pes Moines, and a substation is located at Spencer, with recruiters visiting Algona n rom es ones were Thomoson went to New Rich is studying radio that he will ^nd Mten fast week to attend h<r.a/4,.aeti n ir f™™ \nmn K Q _ I ?" a .' J* 11 " 1 *'! J ? s f weeK to attend sionally. Exagt information as to when they are to Ajgojja may be ^ be broadcasting from WHO beginning Nov. 13 on the Tone program. The time will be 8:15 a. m. to 8:30 a. m. He has some other engagements to sing and if the program is to be broadcast, an announcement will be made in the locals of this paper. Mr. and Mis. Lloyd Muckey have received word from their sons Robert arid Stanley that they will soon be home. Robert is leaving • Shanghai on November '9. His wife is teaching at Selby, S. ,D. Stanley is at San Angelo, Tex., and will receive his discharge. His wife and baby are living in Algona, Mrs. R. W. Anderson has a great-aunt, Mrs. Mattie Beers, who received the orchid Wednesday morning and was heard via radio on the "Breakfast at Sardi's" program, from Los Angeles, Mrs. Beers, aged 82, and her daughter, Mrs, Fay Scace of Corwith drove to California a few weeks ago to spend the winter, Melvin Muckey of Tacoma has written his brother Lloyd and family' that he is at present in Washington, P. C,, having flown there to attend the labor conference toeing held there, "He witt return to Tacoma but expects to be, called to Washington again in about a month, at which time he will stop in AJgpna for a visit with friends, and relatives. Mi»», Evelyn Crapser, who is a cadet nurse at Sioux City, spent the' weekend, with her parents, Mr. an4 LeRoy {Jrapser. the Prapser»s alsQ oyer the week, end were Mjv and Mrs, Forest Hodge of Rockwell. On Sunday Miss, Harriet was a dinner guest, the affair toeing in celebration of bjrj^day anniversaries oj Miss Crej>sej> ^ j^ Grubfe, enlist' rve at rir at the Wednesday " the i»- the funeral of a cousin of Mr. Lorenz and Mrs. Koons. Mr. and Mis. Charles La Barre entertained their bridge club Monday evening at dinner. Prize winners were Mr. and Mrs. W A. Foster and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough. The Ray S n y d e r s, who recently lived in Algona a short time after moving from Lone Rock where they had lived for nine years, have now moved from Fostoria to Goldfield. Bible Searchers class of the Methodist church will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Anton Anderson, 14 N. Harlan street. Assistant hostesses are Mrs. Edna Smith and Mrs. May Harris. and Mrs. A, E. Kresenaky, Jay Wimmer of the Woodward store and W. E. Hawcott of the Hawcott & Ogg store went to Minneapolis, Monday, on business for then- stores. They returned Wednesday, Mr, and MIS, Glen Buchanan §on Alien drove to Atlantic, Saturday.where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiuff, parents of Mrs. Allen Buchanan Whom she and the baby have been visiting the past fortnight, Mr. and Mw. Thomw Gripe pf Fort Dodge arrived Monday for a two days visit at the home of Mr. §nd Mrs. Charles Miller.-Mr. Grice recently received his dis- pharge from the navy and his wife has been discharged from the. WAVES. Mj. M4 Mrs. Harry Raney of Ifesi Union spent the weekend With th£ former's mother, Mrs, Cora ftaney, his sister Mrs. N. E, Heifer, and Ws brother """ , y* They el§o visited Mr> Mrs,. Robert Moore sf Buij 8M their son Hapert Jr. Who M? from th,e in celebration of little Tommy Vinson's third birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase, who have been spending the summer at their cottage at Lake Okoboji, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. On Monday they left for Iowa Falls where they will remain until Wednesday with Mrs. Chase's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. William Hager. The two couples will then go to Los Angeles for the winter. Guests ai the Jess Dean home over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen and daughter, Judith Ann, from Walnut. Mr. Hansen has just received his discharge after serving three years overseas. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Alva Deen of Ottumwa, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gollin and son, Frank, of Des Moines came up for pheasant hunting and spent a short time with them. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. MacDougall, formerly of Algona, will be interested in learning that Mr. MacDougall has been promoted to assistant manager of the Botsford lumber yard at Winona, Minn. They are living at Balaton, Minn., where Mr. MacDougall is manager of a Botsford yard. He was employed with this company when in Algona. Their son Bob, who is now in high school, recently broke his leg while playing football and is on crutches. County Agent A. L. Brown was in Ames the past week attending a county extension meeting.. On Saturday, Mrs. Brown ahd son Gordon went to Ames, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stacy. Mrs. Stacy is a sister of Mr. Brown, Accompanying Mrs. Brown to Ames were Mr. and Mrs. Heftr? fohaftffiSdri w1 tended the Araes-Kaft|ial f game, and Mrs. fisthef He and daughter Shiftey wto ped at Sheldahl for a visit Mrs. Helberg's family. To North Iowa Home Owners Farmers We will soon enter full-scale operations in ...... TREE TRIMMING LANDSCAPE WORK TREE SURGERY There is a definite public demand for this type of service in this area ... we will provide it. Watch this paper for further announcements. ARDEN ORTON Phone 7F11 Algona, Iowa 8 FANCY Jonathan Box Apples NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES TEXAS LARGE GRAPEFRUIT RUTABAGAS _ ORANGES Medium ;. ;.. 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