The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1946 · Page 2
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'Vtv ;: l'''; : M''; : ^-' ; : : ^ '^<r:'^,.S +•!::• : ^ PAGE TWO_ jfpcatfyents Norman Crawford has been ill with yellow jaundice the past week but is now improving. Henry Eischeid and Andrew Gollner were in Ames Thursday attending a "K & H" meeting. Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler of West Bend spent Friday at the home of her mother, Mrs. R. J. Hutchison. Miss Jane Creizmeyer went to Des Moines, where she left Wednesday by plane for Shreveport, La. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McDonnel of Whittemore were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bes- 1,'nlehner. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann of St. Joe were Thursday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann. Mrs. May Buiierfield, who has been a patient at the University hospital in Iowa City, returned home Sunday. Severt Tesdahl of Ames left Saturday after a few days visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Roy Brownell. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beamish went to Boonc to spend last weekend with the former's brother Jess and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Buenger and daughter Wanda Lee of West Bend spent Friday at the hnipe of Mrs. Mary Buenger, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bock of Le- Mars visited the former's sisters, the Misses Lorraine and Viola Bock last Thursday. H. R. Coggins, who has been ill several weeks with neuritis, is now completely recovered and has gone back to work. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson and family visited the letter's mother, Mrs. Charles Armstrong, at Livermore Thursday. Several friends of Mrs. Leonard Maasdam gave -her a surprise birthday party Friday afternoon. The time was spent sewing. Mr. and Mrs. Art Baker and children of near Good Hope spent Saturday with the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll. Mr. and'Mrs. Harry Helmke went to Fort Dodge?, Sunday, where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vischeid. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bueghly went to Everly, Friday, to attend a birthday party honoring Mrs. Bueghly's father R. J. Schoelev- man. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schendel and daughter Bernice of Buffalo Center were Sunday guests at the home. Mrs. Elsie Lindeman Mr. and Mrs. Don Fleming of Forest City were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mr. Fleming is a Dooley. nephew of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young of Clear Lake visited last weke at the home of Mrs. Nels Jensen. Mrs. Young is a cousin of Mrs. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laabs of Grenada, Minn., visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstick Thursday. Mrs. Laabs is a sister of Mrs. Faulstick. Mrs. Maiiida Weaver, who fell on the ice recently and injured her leg, was taken to the Kossuth hospital Friday for further treatment. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lee of Edgemont, S. D., arrived Tuesday for a visit at the home of their son and wife, Mr. and M/s E. G. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Felkey of Armstrong and Mrs. Charles Curtin of Mason City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. last week. M. Coliinson Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Hovey went to Bricelyn, Minn., Sunday, and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rosedahl, the latter being a sister of Mrs. Hovey, Mr. and Mrs. Florian Neurolh of Ames spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hardgrove. He is an ex-service man and is studying engineering. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lighter of Ames spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton' Lighter and Mr. and Mrs. William Ringgenberg. Mrs. T. C. Sherman left Sunday to spend the remainder of the winter at Ocala. Fla., with her daughter 'and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kingsley. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison and children Sue and Teddy left Friday for California. They are driving through and plan to be gone about three weeks. Robert Ryno of Fort Dodge spent the week end at the home of his aunt Mrs. Louis Bode. He recently received his discharge after serving in the Philippines. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera, who recently sold their acreage plan to move into one of the apartments in their building on east State street about March 1. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall enjoyed a visit from last Monday until Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. William Walters, parents of Mrs. Hall, from Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, and Mrs. Harvey Johnson were dinner guests at the Ben Terhune home in Algona Sunday, January 13. Chas. Robert Bode came home Friday from Tacoma on a 15-day leave. He is stationed on an oir- c-raft carrier and will return to the west coast for further assignment. E. S. Kinsey returned Sunday night from Hot Springs, Ark., where he has been attending a school of instruction for the Mutual Insurance company the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow went to Ames, Saturday, to meet their son Boyd Granzow, S 1-c., who came from San Pedro for a 13-day leave. He is on an aircraft carrier. Rev. Earl Burgess has been at Armstrong the past Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday on a preaching mission. Other pastors attending were Rev. S. H. Hanson of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Gilly Myers of McGregor, Minn., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clements Tuesday and Wednesday. They own and operate the "Bay Horn Resort" at McGregor. Ted Herbst arrived Friday from San Diego, where he has completed his boot training. His leave is for only three days-, after which he goes to San Francisco. . ..;.i; : Mr. and Mrs. DiiWayrie"~.tnfcln v moved last week to Fort Dodge where the former is employed by a meat company. He was discharged last November from tho army. Mowry J. Mowers left on business for St. Louis last week and is expected home this midweek. His wife remained with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles La- Borre. Miss Emelene Alig, bookkeeper at the Norton lumber office, was ill with the flu and had to take a few days off from duty. She returned to work the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blinkman and little daughter Carolyn of Mr. and Mrs. &**• spent Sunday with Mf. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson at Bode, James Esser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Esser, who recently returned from three, years army service in Italy, is now employed in the dry cleaning establishment Aalderks left at Pocahontas. Mrs. William Thursday for her home at Lakota after a visit since before Christ- was at the home of her daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhokl. Last Sunday Mr* and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke of Burt to Lakota, where they enjoyed dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland. Mr. and Mrs. William Bailey of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend at the H. D. Hutchins home and visited the former's mother Mrs. Ida Minkler. Mrs. Minkler has not been very well of late. Wendell Carney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carney of Burt, had his •tonsils and adenoids removed Monday morning at the Kossuth hospital. Wendell is recovering slowly, but getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Denton Crandall of Jefferson were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clements Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Mrs. Crandall is a sister of Mr, Clements. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle returned Thursday from the University hospital at Iowa City where Mr. Angle underwent major surgery a few weeks ago. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Jim Pool spent several days last week in Minneapolis attending the lumbermen's convention. Mrs. Pool has been in Denver the past week or ten days with their daughter, Barbara, who was ill, but is now recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Madson and two children of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCamey of Adel ca : Tic Saturday for the weekend and to help their mother, Mrs. Anna Madson, celebrate her birthday. Hehry Mason, who was taken to the Kossuth hospital a short lime ago, is getting along very well. He fell on the ice near the "Pantry" and broke a small bone near the hip and pelvis. Armiii Schultz came home Thursday after being discharged from the army at Ft. Leavenworth and has joined his brother Wesley and his father, Alfred, in tho Schultz Bros. firm. Armin recently returned from Japan. Mrs. D. L. Cooper and Mrs. Durwood Potter went to Tama to spend the weekend wilh Iheii; husbands who are partners in a grocery business there. The ladies will move to Tama as soon as dwellings can be found 1 . Mrs. Joe Lichteig of Cresco returned here with her sister Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, Fiday, after the latter had:spent %week in Cresco. Mrs.—Eirehtei'g*«win visit at the Kohlhaas home and with other 'relatives for a week or two. Mrs. John McGuire and Mrs. Jess Lashbrook went to Mason City, Friday, and brought their, sister, Mrs. Gerald Ashlock and Howard Pofftbfeif , t6H el;'-; ' and M«h-. - i t bfeett ihfet'e frbftt CftfnJS Swif, fiirl6tfgh< La§1 Tex.j on a Sunday he ftfid Ma to Albert City wherS tfey Spenl tfe ilda the day with Miss Hilda berg attd Benhart PofSberg, brother and sister of Albert Ralph Smith, recently ed son of Mr. iahd Mrs. Ray Smith, his grahdiathe* li, J. Lowmati, Four Corners, «hd Betty Marl<5% of Lone Rock, Went to Colfax the* first of last wgek t<j attend the funeral of Bessie McCtillough,',fi cousin of Mr. LownMih. ftaiph wfts in the naVy' a little over three years. • . ' Robert Kohlhaas, PM 2-c, came home Monday tot a 21'ddy leave wth his parents Mn and Mrs. -Ft J. Kohlhaas. He has been on duty in 'the Pacific. His brother Dean called the same ddy ifrom Los An* geles where he had jtist 1 returned from Manilla, but will be unable to come home now ias his ship goes out again (Feb. 4. , Mrs, Leroy Peterson and ehil* dren Shirley, Sharon and Patricia spent the weekend in, Humboldt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Miller. Mrs. Peterson will join her husband in Humboldt as soon as living quarters can be found, Mr. Peterson and Mr. Miller are partners in an oil station Which they have purchased. Mrs. J. J. Dooley suffered a heart attack early Monday morning and was taken to the Kossuth hospital where she is receiving medical care. All the children are 'here, including her son William, of West Bend, Wis. She is somewhat better at "the present time. what better at the present time. Flash: Mrs. Dooley died Tuesday morning. - . j Garmon Adams, son of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Adams, arnved home Thursday evening from Manila in the Philippine Islands. He received his discharge at Ft. Leavenworth. Garmon served in the army 40 months of which 26 were spent overseas. Mr. Adams visited his brother Leroy at Ames Thursday. The two had not met since they spent a furlough together in England two years ago. Stanley McKinney, CBM, who carne from California on leave with his wife and little daughter Kathryn left Saturday for Chicago. He has been in the navy eight years but will receive his discharge in March. During his absence his wife has been makr ing her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester DcBolt. He. will join Mr. DeBolt in a partnership in the vulcanizing business upon his return home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry Sri and Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer went to Des Moines last Tuesday) where they visited Mr, and Mrs. Peter Baumann, the latter bein| the former Roseanne Holtzbauer. Mr. and Mrs. Baumann are parents of a second child John. Peter, born recently. They have a little daughter Rosanne.. They- also itedf Mrs.-'. Jerome'. yoit^4he:. rrier-' 'I4.atmee.ii iroltzbauei 1 •&«' Mrs. C. B. M. Smith, a sister of Mr. Barry. , . , Harold Dilimer, who was' here from Los Angeles visiting ; his mother Mrs. Josephine Dittmer and his sister Mrs. Albert Gran- $ffiNfs,med&t * tft^A r ..:..:,,:;.,:: bw Kiii&itfrCtiti^ £ Emmetsburg spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Minnie Blinkman. Harold has a grocery store at Emmetsburg. See Us For- Rubber Tires for Wheelbarrows $7.50 31-4 ft. Saws $3.75 5£ ft. Wood Saws $3.25 Keen Kutter Single Bit Axes $2.85 32 in. Cord Circle Wood Saw 1 1-8 in. Arbor Hole $10.95 Stock Tanks 2x2x5 $12.95 2x3x8 $23.95 2x2Vi-x6 $16.95 2x3x10 $29.50 Electric and Oil Tank Heaters Electric Hog and Chicken Waterers -, • 7*8 in, Hay Rope—Just Arrived—Good Quality, Long Fibre. Spilles Hardware baby daughter Laura Lee home z°w, left a day sooner/ than he with them for an extended visit. Mr. Ashlock is still in service. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox and Mrs. Gerald Dudding attended a 7 o'clock dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fox in Bancroft Thursday evening, the occasion being the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom enjoyed a Sunday visit from the former's mother Mrs. Sam Bloom, a sister Miss Bertha Bloom and another sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Garfin and son Stanley of Mason City. Jack Long took Miss Belly Crabbe to Mason City, Saturday, after her visit since Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. From there Jack went to Cedar Rapids, where he will visit friends for the next ten days. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ' Clement and daughters Charlene and Ruth Ann went to Renwick, Sunday, to attend a family gathering at the home of Mr. and Mr.;. Roy Guy, whose son Jack is home on furlough. He is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Clement. Eugene Clement, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Clyde, drove to Fayette, Friday, lo get his sister, Nancy, to bring her home for the weekend. She is a student at Fayette college. He was accompanied by Mrs. August Slagle and daughter Audrey, and Mrs. A. L. Long. Roger Burgess, Ronald Taylor and James Burns left Mqnday for San Diego where they have finished "boot training," end were on leave last week at the homes of their respective parents, Rev. and Mrs. Earl Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns. Charles Slevenson, son of Mrs. Theo Herbst, has written his mother he will be home soon. He has been in Manilla and will be sent to the separation center at Chicago. He hopes to be home by February 1. His wife and baby are living et Lu Verne, Minn., during his absence. .Dennis Becker arrived last Thursday from Camp Grant after having received his discharge from service in Germany. His brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs Carlyle Becker of Armstrong spent Saturday here at the W. J Becker home visiting him. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asa and son Philip, Mrs. Ray Cunningham and son George Rae, Earl Hutch- had planned, called home by an accident suffered by his 16-year- old son Melvin. In company witl: some other lads, *hey had driven up into the mountains and in n'any placps the road is very nar- r->\v. A car side-swiped'Mplvin's car and his left ami was severed. Boyd Granzow, cousin of the lad, went to see him in a hospital and reported him as being in the best of spirits, already able to dress himself and recovering very nicely. ison and Waterloo Hutchison Robert visited and Hutchison of Mrs. Mrs. R. J. Rachel Brown from Saturday until Monday of last week. Mrs. Asa, Mrs. Cunningham and Robert Hutchison are grandchildren of Mrs. Hutchison and Earl is her son. GLEN A. BRUNSON RITES; BURIAL HERE, LAST THURSDAY ! Funeral services were held here Thursday afternoon at the Congregational church for Glen A, Brunson, prominent in Iowa civic and law enforcement groups' for many years and a former Algona resident. Mr. Brunson died Monday at St. Paul, Minn.,where! where he had gone a month ago to make his home with his son,' Allen Brunson. > The Rev. John P. Clyde officiated at the rites and burial was' in Riverview cemetery. The A1-, gona Masonic lodge was in charge of graveside services. Pallbearers were C. W. Nicoulin, Albert Granzow, L. C. Hanson, K. D. James, Dana Paxson and E, J. Van Ness, all of Algona. As a young man he served as an employe in a state hospital at Independence for eight years, and for a time ran a drug store in Livermore. In 1910 he was elected sheriff of Kossuth county, and he served in that capacity for two years. Later, he was connected with the state crime bureau in Des Moines, and became head of the federal prohibition service. He retired a number of years ago. Brunson had held membership in the Algona Masonic lodge for more than 50 years, and at one time he was an active member of the Algona Military band. He is survived by his wife and two sons, Allen of St.. Paul and John of Mason City. He also owned the building that houses the Algona Hotel and Gamble store. Two On Way Reports from Pearl Haroor state that Joseph B. f sser, MoMM 2-c, son ol Joseph gsser Sr. of Whittemore, and Wayjje E. Douglas, MoMM 3»c, whose wife, Ifeva, lives at 103 iB. JAWO? St., Algona. are both returning to the states for their discharges. Esser was to have arrived about Jan. II, Douglas, Jon. 9. The above map shows -the counties in Iowa-with organized Soil Conservation Districts. Kossuth county is how getting orgatmed with the prospect of organizing a district and the object being to assist with a better county drainage program. ' . According to George Patterson ofSurt. who is acting as ternpc ary organization committee chairman, petitions Will be circulated iii the very near future. ' : • ' Before the Si-ate Soil Conservation Committee can authorize a referendum and election in the county, 20% or more of the land owners must havfe signed a petition requesting same, Burt Pastor's Wife Died On Sunday Mrs. A. G. Heddle, wife of the Burt Methodist minister, died Sunday afternoo/i. Funeral services were to be held Thursday morning at Burt, at 10 i. m., : with Rev. F. Earl Burgess in charge. Services will also be 'held that afternoon at Dayton, and burial will be at Dayton. Mrs. Heddle died at Cherokee following an illness of about two months brought about by a nervous breakdown. Pneumonia and other complications followed. She was born .Anna Sarah Watson, Aug. 15, 1880, in Engi land, and came to America with her parents wheh about a, year old, settling near Fort Dodge She was married to Rev. Heddle Oct. 12, 1910. The family lived in Wisconsin, Lu Verne, Swea City, and other points in Iowa before coming to Burt a'year ago last fall. , < Surviving in addition to ^ husband are her daughter, Mrs. Hubert Steward, a sister, Nancy Watson who made her home with the Heddles, and a brother, Kenneth, at Portland, Ore. New Hardware Oil Burning Brooder Stoves Electric Brooder Stoves 5 and 8 ft. Flock Feeders Glass Net Window Covering , Glass Cloth it;.; All Size Forks, .W i 'f! if* I '•*.'•,,',, i MONARCH COPPER CLAD and WASHINGTON RANGES Kohlhaas Hardware . , Federal Savings & ; Loan f -last.-Wednesday afte.rnbottj H.R, Cowan and M. P^elvef were feelected- 6i,;direetbf^t& sefVfe ahdifter; three-few; :,-te.rth'.-- Routine 'business- and« jorgahtea* tioh concluded the ieest, of'pthte fneetlnf.-. ••;..-; ;--f'. ; .r;." ; ' ; i>V.;&Yfo.' ;i; ' Burt, Lone Roeij: '-j : M Depoaitftjncluded ^ J% ' Through an oversi'ght, .hi^ntiort; Was not .made last, w.^eft, ,of two Kossuth banks, in a story ,sufn- ftiafteing the savings oh. deposit throughout this areai .., The Burt Savings Banfo has de; t6taiing ,a'ttertde'd' v.wesl<S»; 'TIKI .pasKetBau:•• i h&re: beliveeti AVesley and Ve: Cbnsolipted .Mded In ..Me' .tbv 'ijotM - Wesie# .ieams. TM wbn'f 28. id 19, and the girls victors, 43 to 'i 9. • . :'•. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 22*23-24 TlllERE IIARKED^OR M lift DER... and one b/«rie^ ffc«y had t« die! ROLAND YOUNG JUNE DUPREZ^C: AUBREY SMITH MISCHA AUER-JUDITH ANDERSON RICHARD HAYDN • QUEENIE lEONARD TRUCKERS ATTENTION! WE JUST RECEIVED A BIG SHIPMENT OF Safe-Flex Truck Tires and tubes IN ALL SIZES AT Special Low Prices 650x20—32x6 8 ply Rayon '',.. $31.77 750x20—34x7 10 ply Rayon $57,00. 825x20 , 10 ply Rayon $60,38 Plus Fed. Tax Tubes Butyl Synthetic Rubber is now used—much better rubber. 600x16 Passenger or Pick-up Safe-Flex Tubes....$2.98 750x20 Truck Safe.FJex Tubes ..:..; ..J$7,U 825x20 Truck Safe-Flex Tubes , .....MM 900*20 Truck Safe-Flex Tubes... Plus Fe<J, Tax Coast-to-Coost Store fs Friday and 'Saturday, > January 25-26 m SOMETHING WONDERFUL! Comedy — as only Coburii can "Dingle" it. Music -— as only Ginny can -sing it. Love -r- as only Bob can en- tagle it. Larceny never so merry before! , -.;•'': Plus, March Q£ Time No.^5 ; "Challenge to Hollywood" ' AUN CURTIS MARTHAO'DRISCOU Joe Frisco Kolhtoen Hoyvard: ;.'.,'• Sunday and Monday, January 27-28 YOU'll UVE * . UFETIME OF HAPPINESS AS THIS STORY UNFOLDS} A WISTFqi; NOSTALGIC STORY OF UFE ON A WISCONSIN FARM I . ROBINSON Q'BRIIN

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