The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1945 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 22, 1945
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ill f. Mfd Mft,, (Sifts; He«i „„„ ,.,_.sksiivirig. day giresis df Mr hd Mrs. Con Miller, L. EV Lihftaft made a business rip. te Minneapolis, returning Wednesday of this week, M*> Siid W*. Perry celling lent, Sunday inKblfe with Mi fid,,Mrs. Walter Heald, I Mrs, Etwina Dehnert entertain- li members of her '/Thimble" ub, Monday afternoon. IMrs. fife ttey frbwhprief enieV lined, tho rnerribers. of her sew •E club Tuesday afternoon.. I Mr. and Mrs* Herb" ^HecfluhtL /uendedf the Dnake horne-cqm;- Hg< Saturday at Des Moines. 'Mr. and, Mts., Leo Mmetfait pent Sunday in Port Dodge with p, and Mrs.. Raymond: Blair. |Mr» and Mrs. ;MV Sandberg of flke Mills came Sunday for a Fsit with their Son Bruce and imily. -,.• _ •;•-' , . ".. I John LSnhan anet, Mr. Cullert of rfauricc spent the weekend at ne home of the. former's son, L. : Linnan..". . V ••'-,'. . ' fir. and Mrs. ;M. G. Bourne and daughters Julia Ann and Bar- para Jean spent Wednesday in DCS Moines. Mrs. Henry Guderlan, WHO has Jbeon. a patient at the General |hospital, returned to her home his mid-w^ek, - •'. Mrs. H. Jt Harrington, Miss fdith Welter and Miss Delia welter spent Saturday in Mason City with friends. 1 Mrs. Gusla Patterson returned Ipnday, from Des Moines where le spent the weekend with her feter, Mrs. C. W. Conner. [Mrs. Jbe Martini of Ernmels .urg came Thursday, to spend he day with her daughter Mrs. I. L. Hoenk and-: family, Harlan Frankl arrived Sunday light on a furlough of 60 days. fe has been in the South Pacific lie past several-months. , F Judge G. W. Siillman will at- fjend a state, meeting of district Vkmrt judges in Des Moines the fatter part of 'this week. Mrs. Helen White and Mr. and Irs. C. R. Bennett went to Storm lake to visit Mr. and. Mrs. Bill [harp, Thanksgiving day. JMrs. Rachel Brown spent the Jfeekend in Des Moines with ber naughter, Harriet who is a student at Drake university. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom are Lioving Friday into their house Tji East Nebraska -street which ley recently purchased. »\Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer of iorwith and Mr. and Mrs. Efeorge Manus spent Sunday at Ihe L. W. Gillespie home. k Mrs. W. A. Hardy enjoyed a k |ekend visit from Evelyn Cragg rJvl-c. and her sister Miss Karen Igagg, both of Minneapolis, jirMrs. Agnes Laidley went io paurens, Saturday, where she dllr-visft uhtilv'aifferf Thahk'sgiy? r " with her son Paul "arid fam- •ithe weekends* in; Ibwav City and attended, the Iowa-Minnesota fdotbfill gamer . . , Mr, and Ji*i, Wkfirii EfseheW !of ,Fo¥t- 'DD$g\ ( were visitors Wednesday at the Qen'e Hood liprHfe. Mrs. Jgisehefd is A siste'f of Mr8,vHb»d'< fn honor of her daughter Bev- jly's 13th birthday Saturday Jfrs. Prank Caughey. invited 13 jirls to help celebrate the occas- Mr. ahd Mrs. "Lou Kresensky nd son Torn of Mankato came Thursday and remained until ' -iday at the A. E. Kresensky |bme. ;, Mr. ahd .Mrs. Harry Helmke jent Thanksgiving in Whitte- iore with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Es- >r. Mrs, Esser is a sister of Mrs. telmke. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagghave •eceived an interesting letter jm their son ROM 3-c., who 'as in Tsing-Tao, China, when IQ wrote. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Anderson jturned Monday night; after wending a week at Cherokee ,?here they were called on,an «mergency. . Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dailey went i; Milwaukee, Wednesday, for a isit until Saturday with the for- icr's sister, Mrs. Henry Liesch, id family, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cowan and; Ir. and Mrs. J, P. Herrig spent of fiiyiK wet& Sunday"vis'itws" at the Mr.^ahd' 'Mrs. Prank Geigel home/}, M^s K'efinedy ^is a cousin of Mr$, Qeljjelj ,:>, ' • . - ,Mflry; Anderson, daughter, of Mr, and^Mrs. Honter Ander.<ton ( ajrived Wednesday from r'.CSfiftj 1 Palls' where sho', has completed: a teaching course. *•"'•*•' Mrfc- 6. Si' tCUfik eritefiatri^d seven 'little, gues'ts, .last Wedfles- 4 ' day at dinner in hohor •-"*-'-K-A» daUgHierv,, Carolyn 1 ', ';• ( fourth' bftthday. Mtt :and Mrs. Perry J0 Visited Mf. and Mrs. J, B. ston, - Sunday.. .Perry, r,e8$n% out of, the Navy, intends'to'IpV cate in Oes Moines. . Mr. and, Mrs. E. M, Gilmore and: family of Clear Lake came Wednesday arid.'spent Thanksgiv- rig with the,/.former's mother Mrs. Irene Gilmore. Dr, George. Elvidge of,-Perry who w'as crititally •' ill in' a Des Woines nOspifai'a fdw weeks ago s reported by Mrs. Nettie - Herman as slowly recovering. . Mrs. 1 'John Bestehleliner, Mr. jnd. Mrs. Jos. Bestenlehner and tliss Marita Bestenlehner spept Thanksgiving .with Mr. and MA. Gordon; Sigsbee at' BUrt, T ' Mr. and MrsJ Robert Lovelad of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morrison, and daughter Mamie were guests., of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cr.illy--Thursday. Mrs. F. A. Bunting and daughr ter Frances went to Rock Island Wednesday where they, remained until Sunday with the former's mother Mrs. C. S. Dennis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caughey and children went to Fort Dodge, ThursdaVj where they spent the day with the former's father Thomas Caughey. Miss Lillian Granzow who teaches at Dennison arrived Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving-with her mother Mrs.. Sophia Granzow and, other relatives. The "Alpha" chapter of the Delphian_socitey met with Mrs. Luella Baker Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Dana Paxson and Miss Beth Annis ,;had. charge of the lesson. Dr. and*, Mrs. J. P. Herrig and Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Cowan spent the weekend in Iowa City where they visited- friends and saw Iowa defeat Minnesota 20 to 19. Mr. and Mrs; ,L. W. Gillespie and daughter Marlene spent Thanksgiving at Corwith with Vlr. and Mrs.' Phil Puffer.. Mrs. Puffer is. a, sister of Mrs.\GUles- pie. ;•'. ,v' v.,'''. • •• . "' -"-"vSii,. Mrs. Sim ttirner of St. BWe- dict-.left 'Tueslday;' Evening fdK.'Qis Angeles.^ Calif,-/ where she ''will spend a.month's 'vacation with .her daughter^ Mrs. Wendell Williams. , ; ; : Hex Voyles leaves Sunday af- :ter a 30-day leave here with ,his parents, Mr. and -M r s- Glenn cWl- ly. He will report to Des Mojhes for further assignment with-the Seabees. He has been ini the South Pacific. , • Mrs. R. H. Smith of Seattle, Wash., visited Mrs. P. A. Bunting last, week ; while en route from Chicago to her home. Mrs. Smith is, a cousin of Mrs. Bunting. ';• .',-, Bruce'; Shore came Sunday from -San Diego, Calif., for a visit with his 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen,. Shore. BruCe is jn'the marines. ,,He- >vill be here a 'week before ^returning .for further. assignment, . . • • Mrs. J, E. Scribner, daughters Betty, and Georgia, and Ralph Diekoff left 'Wednesday for; Man-, lius, 111,-, to spend Thanksgiving at the, horne of the, former's daughter,-Mrs. Ward E. Boyce. They wlll;.return Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Richier and family, of E]more and Mr. and Mrs, Wallace McArthur-of Irv- ington were Sunday dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. W. A Duttdn, . Mr. arid Mf*. W. E. Itawcott Mrs, taura- Hopkins, Miss Bess Hopkins and Lee Hopkins wehl to Gleaf Lake Thursday, where they sp.ent the day wilH Mr. and Mrs.. James Bailey. . Douglas, little sdn of Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller, has been having ear trouble and on Monday it Was necessary to lance the ear. He is now somewhat improved. Mrs. Luella Baker entertained at a six-thirty dinner Monday evening honoring -her daughter- in-law Mrs, Durwood Baker, who has been visiting her the past few. weeks/ •• Mrs. Carson Taylor Charles, of Austin ft* and' son arrived , Wednesday to speMd the remain? der, of the wiiek with Her sister, Mrs. Glee Pitcher, and- her father, A. L. Long. ,, The "Fellowship Club" met with. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky Mqfiday evening, Major ahd Button 'being assistant UPPER that they have now arrived a Deland,. Pla,, where they wil spend-the winter. Before going to Florida the Walkers had Visited 1 in Des Moinesj Cedar Rap- 'ids, and Chicago for three weeks Mrs. Stewart Barnes of JD8s Moines arrived Tuesday for a visit With her mother Mrs. Cydney Laird and grandmother Mrs S, B, French. On Thursday the ladies and. Mr. and Mrs Wendell French and son Donalc Went, to Tjtonka for Thanksgiv ing dinner at the Howard French home, Mr. and Mrs. Al Coleman and family of Cedar Falls were Thanksgiving guests at the Mrs. Bert Deal home. Mrs. Coleman is a daughter of Mrs. Deal. Mr. Coleman has purchased a plumb- irtg. business at Clarion and the family will soon be moving there. Roy- Bjuslrom Went to Cedar Rapids, Sunday, to attend a convention. He returned Monday. He was accompanied by Mr. and gave Mrs. hosts. Miss Haltie Wilson a book review. . J ••*'-., Mr. and Mrs. V., V. Naudain had as Thanksgiving: dinner. guests Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne and daughters Julia and Barbara Jean; and Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Maland of Elmore. ' Friends of Charles Akre* well J<no\vn former Algonian, will be interested to learn he has been discharged from the navy anc will join his wife and two children in Holljwvoqd. In honor of the second, birth- Mrs. L. R, Walker tho former's sister who Mrs. visited Emma day of their daughter Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley entertained , Theresa Walter several friends and relatives at 6:30 din ner Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. B.. Nugent and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. . Cordingly and daughter of Des Moines arrived Thursday mbr'nihg to spend Thanksgiving day with Mrs. F. W. Dingley and Miss Helen Dingley. Leon Dehnert, who has been in service in Belgium, arrived Monday from Mason City where he had stopped to visit a brother. After a few days here he will go to Kansas to visit his sister Florence. Mr.' and Mrs. Peter Muller of Ottosen received a telephone call from their son, Pfc. Lloyd Muller, that he arrived in the states Sunday and would have his discharge and be -home by the end of this week. < Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson and family spent Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. Walter, Weisbrod of Burt. Mrs. Weisbrod's Soupe, who is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins and Mrs. Glee Pitcher went to Mason City and took Mrs. Paul rlutchins and children Karen and Sandra with them where they eft for Eau Claire, Wis., for a holiday visit with Mrs. Hutchins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gunder- ion, Mr., and Mrs. G. C. Barton spent Sunday at Webb with the letter's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook. On Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Cook, their son Jim, who is a student at Ames, and their daughter Jane of Kani sas City were guests of Mr.-^nd Frank Bonder !, ALGONA, IOWA '. Aberdeen, Maryland, that he wil ' " .discharged about December Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Bat ry entertained at a family dinnei Thanksgiving. They> were joinec W Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry Jr. Andrew Holtafoauer and family the Misses Elizabteh and TraCy Holtzbaucr and their daughter Mrs. Roy Berrie.and Mr. Berrie Who recently received his discharge, and their children "of Mason City. ....... Mr. and Mrs. Roger Michel are parents of a seyan pound daughter, Dianne Ruth, born October 30, at Plerre, ;; S. D., where . Mrs. Michel is living with her mother, Mrs.. Oma'Tnorp'feV while .Mr. Michel dated : _ Bertha Miche. ed in Algona; .„ .. ternal grandmother service. He is lo- Pacific. Mrs, formerly liv- child's pa.— &. ...,v,.. Mrs. E. J. Kelley and son Gene, who was recently discharged 1 at Jefferson Vliss Lois' !Mp., and has been Visiting, here arfo* with 'other relatives in St. Benedict, and vari- oUs places jw'JOhio 'the past month, drove to Tulsa,. Okla., last week and spent a, few days with Mr. and Mrs.- Maur parents of Miss L'ois. Mr. and. Mrs. JV' H. Combs en- dyed- >a' family . r'eunion Thanksgiving day, when. thoir son Roger, who -is . . brother, Rev. Raymond Kresensky, who has been- at Emerson, Neb., was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hackney enjoyed a visit Saturday from their nephew Don Milligan of Berlin, Wis., who has been discharged recently. .He was en route to Mahaska, where he was marrjed th? 'first of: the weeJfc« v . rMrs. Marion Ballard of Mason City, arrived Wednesday .at the J. L. Downey home arid' on Thursday she and Mr. and Mrs. Downey went to Buffalo Center to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Harms, parents of the arrived: from Gamp Crowder .and another, son,. Albert, artd his wife , ,. , came from Ft. Worth, Tex. Ham; the fourth son, is at home. This is the first time the family. has been together in over three yedrs. Mr. and Mrs. theodore Goeders, Miss Susie Goeders, and -Henry Priester of Britt drove to Ruthven, Sunday, where they Visitec Mr. and Mrs. "Hub" Camphre ' -- Mrs. Camphrey is of Mr. Goeders an 'and family. Miss Goeders. Mr. and Mrs Goeders had planned to spen the winter in Long Beach bu have found it impossible to ge an apartment or house, so hav given up their plans for this win ter. Victor Thaves charged from service after ove three years spent in It arrived Saturday and is home of Tamily. Durant will ladies. i( Miss Margaret Spend . Friday -in Des Moines where she will attend a luncheon meeting 'at Younkers Tearoom of the recently organized Iowa Poetry Day Association. She' will be accompanied by her sister, Miss Carrie Durant. Mrs. Almira Green returned from Emmetsburg recently where she had teen caring for Mrs, E. M; Thompson. On Monday she and her son Lloyd and his wife drove to Emmetsburg to call on Mrs. Thompson who is greatly ,. improved. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuchynka and. daughters Joan, Dot and Gretchen went to Minneapolis Wednesday where they, spent Thanksgiving at the home of, Mr, and Mrs. LeRoy Mathison. Mrs. Mathison is a daughter of Mr, and Mrs; Kuchynka.. A note from. Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker informs this office Watch For THE NEW JEEP Mrs. Barton. Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Mary Frances*- ot Kansas City are expected the first of the week for a fortnights visit at the Gene Hood horhfe They will also attend the marriage of Stanley Patterson, to Miss Grace Ryan at Mason City December first. , n> Mr., and Mrs, Jerry Lewis and daughter Jane, and Henry Becker, drove to Chicago the latter part of the week. Mrs, Lewi's and Jane left by train from Chicago for North Carolina, where they will visit a sister of Mrs. Lewis. Mr. Becker and Mr. Lewis returned to Algona Tuesday. Clyde Buriis, his son Lyle and daughter Mrs. Gerald of Mason City came Thanksgiving at the home of the former's daughter Mrs. John Mc- Gfuire. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lashbrook and family were also guests of the McGuires. Mrs. Lashbrook is a daughter of Mr. Burtis. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer spent the weekend in Iowa City and attended, the football game. Their, daughter Jane who was visiting there, r them Sunday and over Thanksgiving. , Cretzmeyer is also at lo.wa City but .\vill be .able to join " family here for the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duffy and sons, John and James of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bestenlehner and Miss Marita .Bestenlehner were Sunday din- with Mrs. Hugh O'RourkeV nee Alice Rist and. little son Deflnis who are visiting the O'Haires.'' Mrs. Quinlan will, go from thqre to her home at Hollywood. Mrs: Rist who has not been in the' best of health recently decided to remain at home. Miss Harriet Brown arid het friend Miss Marylin Stotts 'Of Des Moines came Wednesday for their Thanksgiving Vacation which will be spent with the former's .mother/ Mr8. i Browri and gfandrhbthietv Ji Hutchison, Both; ybung ? ladies fare students at Drake .un'iV'e^if^. ahd fire Chi Ottegas,- 0'tW%r-i gne$t^ at t the Hutchison ..home THaflksgiving were Dr.; and .Mrs*. P. O. Dorweiler of West Send, Mr, and Mrs. John Hutchisdft df Wesley, and Mr, and Mrs. S^idd Lawson of Corwith. The ladies are daughters of Mrs. R. J, Hutchison. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, NOV. 22-23-24 THANKSGIVING JOY MATINEE CONTINUOUS PROM 1 O'CLOCK ing and will make. his. home a Mason City. Lloyd Thaves, o morning to spend the holidaj with his relatives. Mrs. Mary patient at the Kossuth H. E. .Hist and Mrs. Lou Quin an went to DCS Moines Wednesday where they spent Thanksgiv- former's daughter student at Ames, came and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas or the holiday. . O'Haire and daughter Ann THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, NOV. 22-23-24 ,; & THANKSGIVING. MATINEE 1-3:30 No.l SINGIN' COWBOY of RECORDS and RADIO! JIMMY BETTY GRABLE JOHNPAYNE JUNE HAVER News Walt Disney "Duck Pimples' S. Z. S AKALL Reginald GARDINER will remain Dr, Charles' Fpy, WHIina and the. "Rid*» of; th* Purpl* Sag*" •_«••: •».<** ,i ; i .i:* r :t!.i<\^±',:;:;r. , f ±~, • SNDAY, MOND AX, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY -- NOVEMBER 25-26-27-28 SUMMER STORM Al Pearce in "iHTCH HIKE TO HAPPINESS" Buy Victory Bonds at the Theatres Bay or Night . ner guests of Mrs. John Besten- John has written from ONE Performance See lite finest <tf the SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER'25-26-27-28 FRANKIE' CROONS/ WITH THESE ,'lf i« still available »s a N«w, bwuuful stylin , >,. ; Jmprore4 sble in the same chassis, . Po»!iac, which ma 011 display, W be » sfyle pacspiter, a qual Jnt« Iiapr<}np<j

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