The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1945 · Page 6
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arid Mfs, A. C. Schissel of Lakota 'were Sundny evening guests; of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent and son Fred went to Des2 Moines, Sunday, )n business. They returned Tuesday. Dr» and Mrs. Robert Lee enjoyed a weekend visit from the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. r P. Lee of Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baker and children of Lone Rock spent Saturday witli the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn and son Bob and Mr. nnd Mrs. Dallas Klein spent Sunday in Emmetsburg with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Clum. Mrs. John Jernigan went to Omaha, Thursday, where she will meet her husband Capt. Jernigan who has been at Jcferson Barracks. BMr. and Mrs. Duane Lighter of Ames, spent the wekend with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lighter and Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Riggenberg. Henry. Scheppman arrived Wednesday morning from Rockford, III., where he received his service discharge. He has been stationed in India. . Kathleen Evans will arrive December 23 and visit until January 2 with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans. Kathleen is a nurse at Findlay, Ohio. Glen, Keith and Kannslh Strayer of Burt went to Waterloo Monday to attend the funoryl of their aunt, Mrs. Daisy McKuis- ter, .only sister of J. A. Strayer. ' Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johannson, Mrs. M. L. Dutton and daughter Donna Jean and Mrs. Florence Schichtl and sons Wayne and Gary spent Monday in Mason City. Mrs. Alice Duryea and Mrs. Blanche Lage attended a shower for Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lighter December 7 which was given at the Danish Lutheran church near Ringsted. Jerry Gronwall has cabled from Honolulu where he recently arrived, and said that he expects to be home by December 28. He is a son of rM.s Nels Gronwall. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Greer and children "Dee Dee" and Jimmie came Sunday from Minneapolis and will remain until Friday with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck. Sob Nolte, with ihfr 31*1 dlwlfl- ioh, is due 6n the west coast this week at San Pedro. He will receive his discharge at Port Leav- enjworthi Kans., and is expected home within a fortnight. f-5 Willed Sariford is home after receiving his discharge from the army at Jefferson Bar' rabies Dec.. ,1. Willard had just recently returned from a year and a half overseas duty in.Eur- ope. ,Mias Dorothy Lewis, 16 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fimnk. Lewis, is still confined to hdr bed after nine weeks of rheu- mhtic fever. She is somewhat im- pifovecl though her recovery is sl6w. 'Mrs. John Kirk came home Tikesday afternoon from Harlan where she has been visiting her brother R. T. Gould and family. Dtiring her absence John has bdcn ill with the flu and is still not completely recovered. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fraser arc parents of a second son born Monday at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. Eraser has been home on furloueh the past few weeks. He is with the marines and loft Tuesday for North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Clow of San Francisco are parents of a son Timothy Jon born December 9 and weighing eight and one- fourth pounds. Mr. Clow is in the service and stationed near San Francisco. : Mrs. Clow will be remembered as Miss Gertrude Long. The Clows have two'oth- er children, Susan and Scott. TIIURS., FRI., SAT., DEC. 13-14-15 Edward Everett Morton in "STKPPIN IN SOf'IKTY" —Co-flit— Chas. SlaiTcll in "RUSTLERS OK BADLANDS" Added, Serial, " .Tiinsle Queen" RUN., MON., TUES., WEI). DEC. 1C-17-18-19 Gene Autry in "SPRING TIME IN THE ROO« TIES" —Co-Hit— Tom Comvay is "FALCON IN SAN FRANCISCO" Did you say they're here? Yes... the m NEW MAYTAGS! Handsome new moJcls . . . exclusive MAYTAG features Important "Post -War" improvements,., «w eficiency, quality, ruggcJncss. Sn a demonstration notv at Algona Maytag Store Phone 399 Glenn Crilly All Kinds of CARPENTER AND REPAIR WORK SEE BUD ROBINSON 801 South Jerome St. 50-52" LEGION BALLIMVOM BANCROFT Friday, Dec. 14 Lynn Kerns Tuesday/Dec. 18 Malek's Accordion Friday, Dec. 21 Al Mcnkc Tuesday, Dec. 25 Scaiuiiiiavina Accordion Xmas Daiice A SIDELIGHT ON THE .1.. ••*. Mi. •••« • . ... •! *« rriHE tick of the telegraph ki-y in JL Tile Milwaukee Koad stalicn at Hnnford, Washington, broke ,1*5 lietwccn-trains quiet of a FebrwV day in 1943. Over the wire cnine n message that caused the ngnnt on tliis peaceful branch line to doulit bis ears. And little wonder! For llie government wns asking that !bc six liuntlrcd. families of the Hnnford slid White Bluffs communities bo moved up. tbe trucks—lock, Block and barrel. Now, at last, the story may b'e told. Tbe flash lo Hanford was only the. beginning. Government removal orders finally resulted in tbe abandonment of 600 square miles of Isnfl in the Priest llapids and llicblnr.d areas of the Columbia River Valley. More than 1,800 families, with their goods and chattels, wero re-located by Tbe Milwaukee Railroad's Agricultural Development Department and oilier agencies. So the way, was cleared for what, was orginally called tho "Hanford Project." Tbe vast extent of this project may be gauged, through the fact that between April 1,.19-13, aild July ill,, IMa.-The Milwanke<->R<>ail; delivered -41,633 Carlonas;pf- freight. ... equal do a frelfeht' tWin SSft'tniles . long ... at rc-ldclit«d Hanfttrd. ; ••', Most.'of ibe.scie'ntifl.c'equipment' hnd industrial material wa»,lii(uled , westward-over the electrified route of 'flic Milwaukee'Hf>(ld,aKri?uglir llie rarigcs of the Kocjclfa«,und;tliciv into llie Saddle Motmtairi*lliat:flnttk tbe Cascades oil tbe eiish, Frflnt llcverly. Wa-hirfgtoiv, mi llie mate lino, a steady elrconi of oilill.y.to|Wtf cd frcipiit moved'twcnty-onis''milcs down tbe branch to IlntifiH-dhtilJare; it was delivercd'lo a-6liottJine tail- road operated by tbe government in llie reslriclcd aven. : ' ; " Few indeed/otber tluxn The Mil- wau'irre lioud men wliii operated the heavy freight trains, bad any Knowl- ,ejjge of the magnitude of life t dpmcnt'thal was under way. The production" of a now weapon, lli« "-. import of which, would smash.all V exifitinjt;onccpts of war and peace, > ' wasi a'Well guarded secret. _..^America's railroads had the' capacity • and- 'flexibility-' whioH, en>. . nbled.thc, government,; science un'd, •v ''industry to •,; tiia'rehall 'llio •nation's .. reBbiirfces any.wllet-e, jn.: ; anj^ ^iiali- < lily,, for tiny; midert«khtgt\ho matter how gigantic. , !,''-'••• Moving X material for a weapon to-end all weapons ..... moving ten- Inch guns from coast to coast at , remarkable 6pa«ds . . . liauling PT bdats from^ factory to aca . . . speeding millions and millions of our fighting men to their destinations .. .or carryirtB boat loads of servicemen's Christmas packages to transoceanic ports are examples of llie wide variety of jobs which only the railroads are capable of performing. THE A home town industry—paying teages and luxes in your community Makes The Perfect Gift Kv«ry ivoinnii lovos fjti'c. ;;lns.strnre—aiirt; few woinon if iiny ever have enough. Glassware this year will he a perfect-pift—exqiilslle In <ns«e-r-r«sfiii»? —anil never .loses ils value. Famous names in glassware will bo found on our shelves at popular prices. Heisey's, Sharp's Cut Crystal, Imperial Candlowick, Rainbow Art—to name a few. There's : -also Lovict and Crystalite —.Viking — Tiffin—nam'-'S known' for the best in glassware. . ' Suggestions GoWtts.. .--.,.... --.-7Sc and $1 Wine Glasses 75£ and $1 [Sherbets —'- 1. ---75t and $1 Saucer Champaigns 75c and $1 Martini Glasses 75<i and $1 Bonbon Dishes $1 and $2.25 (Sonsole Sets $3.75 to $8.75 Hand Decorated Vases $2,25 ' ; You'll, find glassware plain, or etched, col: ored, cut glass,Drolled edge" tumblers. 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