The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1946 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 15, 1946
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BOWLING LOOP .Bowlers, headed by In f #t Titdnka with 'a i ttirhSd in games of 200 6t bowling left* ' ALGONA DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA 260 bowlers: Tom .. Wesley, Auto, 201; Cotton* " ,20ft, Johannsih -aha -•Becker's, 203;fihd 210; IB, Burt, 208; c!' Smith, e", 232; Frank Mlttliedet, I Cb'ltW'l Oak, 207; Christians, Ka| n&whaY 218; A. Kromlnga, Titonka ( ~s3!'attdRouze, Jaycees, 200. ' j.S.;gnatngs of. the teams as .play 'this Week's schedule,, fttl- L. Irlnvilac LSfeker's ^.;..j.:..:.;.; „, 43 11 ..:. 38 18 .ey Co-Op ..„ .....34 20 1.........33 21 Lager ..33 21 _ne Rock i 30 . 24 tbnka 30 24 esley Auto 28 26' •tii jC ...27 27 JuncU Oak 27 27 Picmee? Seed 26 28 Barbers ;... ;. 22 33 ** • 20 34' Motors"!!'.'.!!™."'.!'.!ie 38 f'WHemore ........14 40 ;Kanawba : 13 41 In the women's league, Fenney's leam moved into first place with ,25 W'riS arid, 20 losses, with the Modern Cleaners in second, Lusby '&. Goissl: irt -third and Druggist' iMutual trailing. . Calhouti,.Colberg and Lichteig urned invhigh scores for the wot •' JAN» LOOKS PERFECTLY HAPPlT—And why shouldn't she? After four years absence from pictures, Jane Russell has returned to screen'as a full*fledged star opposite Louis Hayward irt the new re-* lease f'Voung Widow". Her last picture Was "The Outlaw", which has so far been uhreleased, • Jane, by th6 way, is from Bemidji, .Minn., so you can see that the Weather .in the middle west .Is conducive to feminine beauty. MWNATASA LEDY'RD Ledyard;. On;last Sunday, Mr. land Mrs.'-;Maynard Warner and kfamily of Albert Lea, Minn.. Mrs. ILeonard Warner and,daughter of Surt, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Warner 911 Mrs. Rose Moulton Of Ban[ croft, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ack- Hrson of Wesley, and Harold War- Jijer who just . recently . returned rom j 'overseas were. dinrier guests it the "Asa Warner home. This was tin honor of Mrs. Warner's birth- Bd"ay--and also a Christmas get to? P'Tpther^'tVhich had been postponed. au?e of ice and snow. .','•'•'::"' : *-:X - •' - ' ' Party— . ,, On' iast Monday the : following .-tie 1 ! helped Mrs. Asa Warner fielebrate her birthday: Mesdames iWaferhouse, Schraeder, .. <Frye, T hompsbn, Halvorson, Johnson, 'Sprpnk, Roseboro, Sullivan, Moul- toiii Strand and Bashara ahd*Am- oriiii'Johnson. ; Mrs. Warner re- ceiVedv.many.vlovely gifts ' and a lunch, was served. , r ; .,',-.. '' ' arid Mrs. f'Irvin "KHnksiek • Keith and Charles Bashara jleft-Wednesday for California. The I'Klinksieks will visit her mother \Mrs. Ella Gelhaus and her sister Find' family, the Lawrence Maynes. f Mr; • Bashara will also visit his ihiother Mrs. Rose Bashara. Returns Home— *> Gleo Stubbe, Sp (S) 3-c. who [jias been in Jacksonville, Fla., the [pas'-tseveral years, arrived home if Wednesday of last week. Her hus- Iband-Wm. Stubbe who has been in [the European theater of war for ^ the 'past, 3 years is expected home the near future. Methodist, Women Meet— The Methodist Women's Society [met at the home of Mrs. Elvin } Carpenter . Thursday afternoon I'with Mrs. D, A. Carpenter assisting;. The -installation of new offic- l/ers.:by the pastor. Rex. Edward rCass, was held. Also the annual [pledge service was held and pros for the . year handed out, next; meeting in two weeks also be at the Elvin Carpenter ) borne. <;'; - f Teacher, -Operated On— J I Mrs, Clare Haag, woh teachw 3&l the 4-5-6th departmental work flat Ledyard was operated on - at iFaiyrnont Conimunity hospital last [week Monday. Mrs. AMowe Bfome f js substituting for her. ; ' Boy Hurt In Fall— f* Dpn-Knoner, 'the second son of ,Mr,:and Mrs.'Edward'Knoner, fell pn the ice Awhile playing at schppi I last Monday and cut his head. f 'Three stitches were necessary to the wound. Marjorie Mayer who for the past, hree weeks had been vlsitirig her , paii&ittf. left Wednesday for Pes . Moines where she will work, ' '•$$*&' Wiemer went to Omaha , ! Tu^scfar.ev?p4ng toy bu§'ana,P.n Thiffsday drove .home a new jiStiia^ba^y.for the YahhHe ga?ag?, il &se\\ Spatscher yeturn«4 tome. p tfgm overseas and he ha* NEWOSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, SWEA Swea City: Dr. Richard F. Snyder, osteopath and surgeon, is now associated with Dr. J, R. Forbes at the hospital here. He will also maintain an office at Ledyard during the' afternoon, but will be at Swe,a City during the forenoons. . ' .•» '.New-equipment for the hospital has arrived, and as soon as it is set up, tonsillectomies will be taken care'.of., . Dr. Snyder was formerly of Madison, Wls. He and Mrs. Snyder have bought the L. O. McNeil property for a home, and will' move in at an early date. First 1?46 Baby Sandra Kay Rjppentrop Was the first 1946 baby at the Forbes hospital. She came Jan. 5, the 'daughter of Mr,' and Mrs. Cort Ripperitrop, Lakota. Larsons to'Close Out E. Or. Larson has bought the Hoeck"estate "dwelling, vacated .by ' the ' Csirl Schroeders, The Larsons plan to hold a closing out 'sale at' his farm in Swea township, and move to Swea City. .... ... War Hero Back Franklin M. Koons . (Zip) re- turrisd last week from Denver With his 'army- discharge. He -and his wife and baby are living in, rooms at the Leslie Cassem residence. Brotherhood Meeting 17*h The Lutheran Brotherhood will meet Thursday, Jan. 17, 8 p. m. Devotions will. be led by Algot Swarison; program, Oscar Linde, P. A. Holcomb, Rudolph Peter- spnv. ian^ti^Mpnlord : Peterson; music; Ray Pehrsbn. - : " '",• Hosts ; wil be'fTheo W.allenWne, Richard Larson, :Sam Rystad, Ed Bergeson and Merton Roalsory. The Lutheran Missionary society will meet Jan. 17 at 2 p. m. Program leader: Mrs. A. M. Youngquist. Hostesses, Mrs. Sam Rystad, Mrs, Rudolph Peterson, Mrs. Weldon Brandt, Mrs. J ,J. Anderson, Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, Mrs. Ed Fdsgren. Birthday Party ' Mrs.' J. August Peterson entertained a.t. a birthday party honoring Mrs. Mervjn Kelly on Wednesday evening. Other guests included Mrs, Aletha Ecklund, Mrs. ."Lillian " Bone, and Mrs. Francis' Sevold!'?,'. '.'; , . : • Mr. and Mrs. Emily Larson and children wej'e Ne/w, Year's guests or the ' Jley." Mr. ind Mrs. S. A, Anderson at Mount Pleasant. Bernard, Karels, recently received his discharge and is visiting his parents Mr. /and Mrs. Hikko Karels. His battle decor- atioris include the Solomons, Bougainville and 'the Philippines campaigns;. ' ' <• .".;:.:•, Ottosen Club Will 'Adopt' Five Needy Families In Europe Ottos'en: The United Service Women met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mike Coylc with 12 numbers attending. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Chester Alme and it was decided to send to WHO and obtain the names of • ten needy families, five from Holland and five from Norway and at the next meeting bring all the clothes each member can to fill these 'boxes for foreign .relief. The next meeting will 1 be at the home of Mrs. Roy Telford and will be Monday afternoon, Feb. 4. Mrs. Herman Pooch is a new member of the organization. Armstrong Girl, 8, Buried At Bode Bode: Funeral services were held in Armstrong at 11 o'clock Friday morning for Mavis, eight- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knutson,' and burial took place in the afternoon in the Bode cemetery. Besides her parents she leaves two younger brothers. Mrs. Knutson Mavis was born and raised in Bode. Mavis was taken ill with flu, which later developed into pneumonia. Relatives from here who attended funeral services were Mavis' grandmother Mrs.. Erick Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Art Christiansen, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rolland, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rolland, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Rolland, Mr.- and Mrs. Norman Rollahd and Mrs. G. P. Arne. 4 Mri- • and', 'Mrs; ; Neal- .'N&sby.. eri- Vertainei"at"fiye':tabl«i's pf oHdge' at their home Monday evening, Dec. .10. High couple prize was awarded to Mr.. and Mrs. Owen Olson. Men's travel prize to Mrs. E. M. Ellingson. . Delicious refreshments were served following several rounds of bridge. Bode: ,Sgt. Kent Rolland, while spending a holiday f\ir- lough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney. Rolland, received a wire from New York City to return .to ship headquarters at Baltimore, Md., to board a Liberty Ship which had been converted into a hospital ship, to sajl for Antwerp, Belgium, for wounded patients to be returned to .the United States; :- r : ,' : Miss I.orna Jensen, sister, of Art Jensen,' arrived Jin, 'Algpna Friday morning f pom'Washing- ton, D. C., where she has been employed at government work. Her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Jensen live near Liver-more. Metzger Home Pvt.Duane Merger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metzger Of Lone Rock, i| home on a 16-day furlough -over 'the holidays. He recently finished 'Jiis training at Caihp 'Rjbblnspn, Ark,, iand Will go to Cajjip: Ptckett, Va,' ' Stainbrook Very 111 :_'•• ,Wh}ttemore: Immediaite , jreja- tlve§ of PhiJip Stainbrook^ were called tc> 'Wg bedside; '.last yfed.Be8day, di|e to serious , ill- nesSi\He has been iU with flvi, Seneca Homemakers Meet At Jensens ', Seneca: A"homemakers'meet- ing was held at the Roy Jensen home, -Friday, Jan. 4. Care of sewing machines was discussed. ; Working , on machines were Mesdames Otto R. Jensen, Martin, Wilburg, Otto Wilberg, A. E, Nelson, Henry Looft, Ray Os- iborh, Tena Jensen and Mrs. Kay Jensen* • A potJuck lunch was served at noon, the afternoon.plans were discussed for- the next meeting, to be held Friday, Jan. 23, at the A. E, Nelson home,'to which all township women are invited. The lesson will 'be on remodeling garments. NAVY STILL SEEKS AVIATION CADEB Minneapolis, Minn.—A public misconception is prevalent that candidates tot flight training aS Naval Aviation Cadets are^;Bo longer being sought, Lieut. Commander G. L. Helehick has discovered in recent field trips as officer in charge of ; the. Naval Aviation Cadet Selection Board of Minneapolis. :' : "Enlistment as a candidate for flight officer training in the havy is one of the finest opportunities open to young men between 17 and 21 and in the postwar plan for national security." Commander Heleriiak p6ims' out in emphasizing the current need for expansion of the flight train' ing program. A rabid desire to, fly, a high school education, and willingness to agree to a maximum of four years of duty are the -essential requirements to be met. H over 19 years old, a term of college must have been completed by- March 1, 1946. Mihors >must have written parental consent and all candidates must agree'to remain unmarried until flight'training is completed, meaning a maximum period of 28 months; i ' Information concerning complete requirements ,to' 'become a candidate for flight officer training can be obtained bjr writing Naval Aviation Cadet •Selection Board, 1667 Northwestern B&nk Bldg., Minneapolis 2, ; -Minn. PGkw a :'v •-,'• Club Met At LuVerne Home Lu Verne: The .Tuesday club met Tuesday afterh'obn at. the. home of Miss Hulda- Fritzemeier With Miss Anna Woitp-'as assistant hostess. Twelve mqrh'bers and four 'guests, Mrs. Elsie Steussy, Mrs. Otto Wille, Mrs. Anna Hanselman arid, "Mrs. Prank Sanford, answered roll call by giving a "Sensible Saving." .-. Mrs. Robert Phillips; gave. the topic for the afternoon Which was "The Religious Influences Of factors in Developing -, the Highest Type of. Personality." . The remainder of the 'afternoon was spent socially and lunch was served by the hostesses - at the close of the meeting. . • 290*Paper Sales Winter weather seems have little effect on sale of'the Algona papers at the Smoke Shop. Counter sales there, last week, for The Algona Upper'Des Moincs, totaled 290,'Lawrence Gillespie, newsstand proprietor, .-said; Electric and Manual Separators . '.;: : 'if jBlectric his wife an4 son. visit RIUW1 QISTRISS OF been over leverfl days GENERAL ELEcreic WASHER NOW ON ' "*/'",. ; ' Milking Machines Activities lit four Comers Area Numerous Thi« Week Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cooper werd supper guests Wednesday evening at the Russell Walker home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman and baby son Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers called at (he E. C. Witham home Thursday evening. Mr. and, Mrs. Ray Smith received word that their son Ralph is in Minneapolis and expected to reach home by Jan. 12 or 13, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meyers of Ringsted spent Monday, Jan. 7, with Mrs. Ida Nickerson, Mrs. Meyers is the former Hazel Nickerson. The Four Cbrners Mothers and paughters club evening meeting scheduled for Jan. 18 has been postponed indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and children and Mildred Robinson Went to Milford Sunday, Jan. 6, to visit at the Leo DeMuth home. Mrs. DeMuth is Mrs. Mi.Uer's aunt. Mrs. Jerome. Eisenbarth helped her sister-in-law Mrs. Clarence Eisenbarth do some quilting, Wednesday. Glen Sabin, who has been in the service five years, reached Algona Tuesday and at present is at Mrs. Nettie Rich's. Mr. arid Mrs. Lurhl Fessley and family 6f Ringsted called at Mrs. Fessler's mother's, Mrs. Ida Nickerson's, Thursday afternoon. They were en route home from Mason City. Mrs. , Ethan Light, daughter Patty, Mary and Charles Dunn and Earl Rich npent Tnurstlay at Mrs. Nettie Rich's. Mrs. Hugh Hartey ?>nd Mrs. Howard Raney spent Thursday at the Russell .Walker home. Mrs. Ben Slotcr and children left for their home at Troy Grove, 111., Jan. 2. Upon reaching home, Mr. Sloter had already arrived from California. Mr. and Mrs. John McNcill and children were supper guests Thursday evening the Will Drayton home in Algona. Mrs. Otto Harlan had a birthday dinner Sunday, Jan. 6, for her mother Mrs. Jessie Mitchell. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen and Beverly, and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom and daughters. Sunday, Jan. 6, afternoon callers at the John McNeil! home were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer and children and. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McNeill and children. Sunday, Jan. 6 dinner guests at Lewis Broesder's were Mrs. Violet Walker and children and THfttSf Mr. and Mrs. Orville HofdfM and family, Afternobn calMs .were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil fijus* trom and family. ' ."•',. Q. A. Bjustrom was taken home Monday, Jan. 7, from the Kossuth hospital, where he had undergone a hernia operation Dec. 31. •';'.' FURTHER DRASTIC REDUCTIONS WOMEN'S AND MISSES' c COATSE VALUES TO *27 * S There is a DIFFERENCE in REPAIRING and RECAPPING Poiiliv* Mechanical Pressure Insures Perfect Circle, Balanced Recaps No sldewall heat or distortion, sidewalls float free from any . contact with heat or pressure UNTRIMMED COATS ! FUR-FABRIC KURt COATS I LESTER DeBQLT , Phone 308' 118 T; N. ThftMnirtoir"' I SOME SUITS NOW! DRASTIC REDUCTIONS; Children's Snow- Wear Girls' LEGGING SETS — Broktn Sizts—Many Colors Girls' and Boys' SHOW SUITS — 2-Pitct Sty/e—Broken S»ci Girls' COATS — Many Stylts— Wrm Fibrltt Hit N«w Fashion Hifhtifhti Cirdifin J«W<lry H«cMin* Monosrimmtd Shoulder Special Reduced Groups! 1 ? " . ' WOMEN'S GABARDINE Style Shoes • Popular Style* • Blickt • Brownj t All «w» in (h« W bm net in ill A "Mlingwged" faft/gn Hit! DRE$S YOUTHFUt JUNIOR «IZM, fTQtl

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