The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1946 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 29, 1946
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ie •business Fndayi s,' Sam Smith F. L. Pratt in ic4_y» „ * hoinpsott and Mrs. M. .|pn7yfslt'ed Relatives in. Friday, isMMrs. John Hftf(rttrd left fdhesday for Colorado "2olo., on a ten day vaca- Ifcancis Livingston went ' a," Thursday, and will be T the next few weeks with filllam Vigars enjoyed a V Saturday until Tues.. her /sister, Mrs, Emma -Pocahontas., -..-•• iMrs. F. F. Twoffood ._ira .Haggard to Eagle attirday where she will (blic school music. jid Mrs. Hans Wallukait 'Dodge spent * Thursday .;•and MBS; Chris Wallu- tte men are brothers. (.Huxtable returned Sun- Akron, Ohio, - where he .•ee weeks attending a a school of .instruction. . J!«a. Blanchard tff .Cedar Ivvas a visitor, from Mpn- Jtil Thursday at the horne land Mrs. Frank Mittlie- PRosella Williams arid her Jfind husband, Mr. .and Mrs. y.B'a uer of SweaV City -spent' |day' in ; :'Fort Dodge with .'and Mrs. Don Wood and Ison Sigwell spent Sunday Vea City with Mrs. Wood's "a, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ho- Parid Mrs. E. C. Wilkins left for a trip south. Mr, ns is the Sonotone represen- ':. in this community and 4ins owns the 'Star Paul Slack was here from Webster City, Thursday, on business, and also visited his mother, Mrs/ Bell: B&ck.: f . . '•;';• Mts. Cydriey Laird came home from Des MolnesV Thursdayi a*' ter a visit with her daughter' and her husband, Mr, and Mrs. Stewart Baches.' ' '.".'"''.. M*. and .Mrs.- Ef ed Plumb spent trie weekend in Cedar Rapids wiith Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mitchell." Mr. Mitchell is a brother of Mrs. Plumb. . ,Mrs. Jessie Turner of Madison, .Wis., returned to her home the first of the week after about a week in Algpna with old friends and relatives ... Mrs. Dick Post and little: son Babble are visiting her mother, Mrs. Lillian White, at Manila. They will bd home about the first of,' February;' , ..•' A'SeVeh pound two' ounce son was- born 'Friday morning at the Kbssuth hbspital to 'Lt-KCol. and Mrs. Pau,l Hutchins. ,He has been named Edward Eugene. Staff Sgh Frank Straltpn, who has;-been in Peping, China, foi some time is expected home soon Mis;. wife is the, former Rita Will daugrSter J 6f, ; Mr. and Mrs, Walter win;?', v ;: 'v; •/ Edward Norman of Boone visited' his' mother, 'Mrs. Oscar Norman, Saturday. Mr. Norman is auditor' for -'"the"-' Swift company and;'is"qn ; the;road most of the ' ' '•''' • ' "" m. : '•;, .-••••. .• •• : Mrs.->G.'J. Gudknecht returned Sunday ••'•from Humboldt where she had'.been''in a convalescing home and is, now staying -with her broth. •er and wife', Mr. and Mrs. Clark Gpdden, • .' George Steyen, son of Mr. and Mrs. •Rober.t'Steven who has been in service in the E. T. O., has received :his ;dischapge and , arrived •home . last week; from. Camp Grant, 111. iesday, Wednesday and Chursday, Jan. 29-30-31 Friday and Saturday "'v February 1-2 ' fPASSION.' •'•CHARLES BICKFORD •••:,-JOHN CARRADINE ...„., Elizabeth Van *IUn* daughter of Mrs. Nellie V&n Allen, came Friday from Sitrbahk, Calif., for an extended visit. She has been emplbyed with the .telephone company iri 'Burbank. Mf. and Mrs. Wally dldw havi moved from San Francisco to Modesto, Calif., where Mr. Clow las entered business. Mrs. Clow s the former Gertrude Long, daughter of Mrs. Minnie Long. Mr; and Mrs. Nick S> Wagner lave moved.back to Algona from Mallard and are again located on the Frank Seeley farm which has been operated by their children. They sold their farm at Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evars and son Billy of Hopkinton arrived last Monday for a visit at the horde of the letter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Webb. They left for home Sunday. Mrs. Gasta Patterson spent the week end in Mason City with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Patterson. Stanley is with the Veterans Bureau in Mason City and broadcasts every Monday over KGLO. Mr. and Mrs. Firman Laing received a wire from their son, Bob, who is in the navy and has been at Brunswick, Me., that he was recently sent to Norfolk, Va., and will soon be on his way to Porto Rico. ; Mr. and Mrs. William Lamb of Kankakee, 111., came. Tuesday for a few days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz. The Lambs formerly lived here anc Mr. Lamb was a Goodyear tire representative. Eldon Deltman arrived Friday morning from' the west coasf where he returned,from a cruise He has been in the navy w&.past year or two and is here on leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Dettman. Chester Long, who was discharged from service a few months ago and joined his mother, Mrs. Minnie Long in San Francisco, has entered the state university at Moscow, Idaho, to complete his schooling. Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Cooper, Mrs. Robert A. Carney, and daughter, Mary Frances, spent the weekend in Minneapolis, where they visited the.:.Harold Sorensen. family. Mrs. Sorensen is a sister of Mr. Cooper :and;Mrs. Carney. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer, Steil; and children of Des Mbines; who have been visiting at the former's* parents, Mr. > and Mrs> John Steil, the- past- week, returned to their home Sunday., where Mr. Steil is employed as an electrician. Robert Nolle .is again employed at the Ben Franklin 'store^following his discharge three weeks ago at Ft. Leavenworth, He speht,2i months in the Pacific—in New Guinea, Netherlands East Indies j.and Philippines. His wife anc family remaineaVJn Algona^ 'he was gone ano 7 Mrs.T*oTte employed at the'. Ben Franklin store. "•'• Saturday to' teariy/ New Jersey* where he is in the navy. Me hag been oil leave and spent a^-wsek With his patents, Mr. and-Mrs. Hi E. Stephehson* Mr.8. 'B*|i tli Meyer vr£M.- to. oioux 'Falls. Friday,' fbr a visit Until Monday with her mother, •Mrs. G. Haken. Mrs. Meyer's father, was the late Rev. Haken, .pastor of the Reformed church hear-, Titonka. i M*. and Mrs. D. D> G*ee* and children, returned to . their, home n Minneapolis Tuesday after a visit, with Mrs. Greers parents, Mr, and: Mrs- C. W, Morck. The children have been here the past few weeks during the, illness of Mr. Greer's late mother. Mr«. Alma N*lson returned Wednesday from Chadron, Neb>, where she. spent a ,few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. A. E Kent, and made the acquaintance of her granddaughter Linda Ann born December. 19. Mrs. Kent is the .former- Anna Jfelson. A, soft* Donald Eugene, /was born January B at the Genera' hospital to Mr. ahd Mrs. Carro Eraser, Mrs, Fraser was the former Rita Sperry. This is the Ifirst grandson for Mr. and Mrs Robert Sperry and Mr. and Mrs Donald, A. Fraser of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Fox 1*1 Thursday for California for a two months Visit with relatives and friends. They will visit Mr Ftox's daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs.'Rudy,Oster, at Oaklanc and in Long -Bfeach .with Mr Fox's sister, Mrs. Flprience Or thel. Mr. and,Mrs. Ewald .Voigt and •the la tier's'brother,- Don Prew, went to Fort Dodge, .Thursday, -they visited Mrs. R.{ J. Lundvall of Bpxhblm who. was a patient at the Lutheran hospital following major surgery. Mrs. Lundyall is a sister of/Mrs. Vpigt and Ivlr..Prew. :.' , •'' This office, recently received a change of address from the. .Ben F. Sorensen family from Los Angeles, Calif., to Waterloo, la., in care of the Osco .Drug. The Sorensens form.erly. live in .Algona and operated a drug, store, ..where thes present Ohnesorge Drug Store: Js4bcated r . Mft and Mrs. Edflar Finnell and son' are here for a Visit at the home' of Mrs. pinnelrs father, Matt Lamuth. They, came, from Mare Island where Edgar recently received his discharge. Mr. Lamuth is at present in- Rochester, and will be for r week or two taking treat-) m«nts for a skin infection. Mrs. J. C. Smith of Washing- on, D. C. ( arrived Tuesday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith. She has been in 5es Moines with her parents jrior to coming to Algona.. On Wednesday they will go to Wash-- ia for a visit with Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Smith, parents of H. M. Miss Beulah. Mason of. Grand Bapids, Mich., arrived Sunday morning, for,.a ten-day visit,here with her uncle, Henry B. Mason, who fellJanuary 10 arid severely fractured his-hip. He is recovering in the Kossuth hospital. Miss Mason is a teacher of English in the senior high school at-Grand Rapids. Mrs. Martin Thompson' Mrs. Rahda Thompson and Mrs. Albert Olson of Eagle, Grove and Miss Marjorie Olson of Los Angeles who was home on a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Albert, Olson at Eagle Grove were Tuesday visitors at the home of Mr, and.Mrs. Theodore Thompson. Mrs. M. 3, PfMtt;was expected home Sunday from Denver, Colo. Sunday, .tout was detained' there, when her.'i daughter Barbara became .ij$iagaih. Barbara had been ill lor.bverHtwo weeks, 'but wa. thought to, be ..improving and ex pected to return to work until th set back ,'made it necessary t .,..~,_,, pr "Monday for, Cedar JRapids.-to Join her, husband 'obntinuity - writer, for the IdiT, racjio,.'-.station. The .Alts have iqurid' an".'apartment ahd .will imoye,'to {Cedar : Rapids in an- bther, .'v/eek or- tvVo. They lived In.".Cedar <: :Rapids. prior to ;Mr. •Alt's army-: service: Wayne, Douglas arriv about- a"; week ago from - home Great - Ijafces,- where he -received-'^US^ dis- ciaarge,^r6m the' Navy. "He -had been on Guam the past year-'and in.-that area a total of twp.^ars. His family had been living in.; Algona with his parents, Mr. ! ; and Mrs. Henry Douglas.,; They plan to, visit and f. -. .parents,!- sbn>at' vbody to •Mr. anq-MTS. 04. J?.::«.eison>ai. JMH- tie Fallss ^ayrie/iwas.a.Dfesel mechanic : in the navy. :rnnige ..-.j^.f. ' Lt. Mairlt ^Stanton has wriiten his wife, from Self ridge Field, Mich., toatshe is being sent to a separatffiii!tfenter in Dayton, 9., Tuesday, and will receive his. discharge. He will be" home in about a' week. ,M&'. Stanton .and little Sbn have )8>en making their home with Mrsv'Josephine Stanton the past few months. Jack Long, son of, A. L., Long, received his army discharge the first of the week at Fort Sheridan and went from,there to Iowa City, where he will enroll for the second- semester in a course of -accounting. Recently he was in Cedar Rap'vis and:was a guest of Mr. and -M^s. Leo Stalker. The Stalkers will be remembered by Algonians.ias having., owned the present Kphlhaas. hardware .store. t^4 Herman received :-the. death of ;Mrs/ widow of,the late ....... —„-..,,Vai Santa Ana, "Calif. The "Stebbins family is well known^n Algpna where Mr. 1 Jtebbin's' was .'a .painter' and : paper " ' •::&? many years. Children Mf. and,;M*«. H^gh, P*st, received a phone call front their son Capt. Robert- Bost • who has been in Japan the- past several 'months that he has come from there to Tacoma and is now at Fort. Ljeavenworth, Kans. He reached Fort Leavenworth last week but does not expect to be discharged for awhile. Mr. and Mr»i H. Ai Tuttle and hildren Marilyn and Richard were Sunday dinner guests last week of Mr. and Mrs, Alvin Weber of near Lu Verne. The seven- rear-old ';on of the Wetaers, Le- ioy, had suffered a broken coUar >one on Friday when he fell, laving, collided with another boy in "gym" at school. Mrs. Ralph Witham, who was brought; here by ambulance from Galesburg, 111., a few weeks ago to be cared for at the Kossuth hospitil during a siege of, pneumonia, was dismissed the first of the week and has gone to th<: home 6f her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer, to complete her . convalescence. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Scoit left Sunday for Mason City where they are making their home. Mr. Scott was discharged from service about two months ago. His wife .is the former Joan Stephenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. •E. Stephenson with whom she had made her home during her husband's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukaii and Mr. .'and Mrs. Anthony Foth went', to . Livermore, Sunday, where they oel'efcrated the 3i.<jt wedding 'anniversary, of , Mr. and Mrs. 'George,- Foth. ..Other ' guests were {Ge,orge-''Krashel ' .of Rolfe, Peter ^Sweeny .and ; Mr. and Mrs. Crahan . of;. Liv^rrnore. The '. evening' 1 was spVit playing cards.'- .. .- •••'•.• .(':•.••••" •:' Titonka Man In met Tuesday evening " at 'th,e, : home of Mrs. .Edward Boyken. Mrs. Henry Plasier of German Valley was assistant hostess. Merlyn Hansen, sdn 6f Ernest L. Hansen of Titonka, recently discharged ' from the Navy, is spending.a few days,at the home of his parents. Mrs, Edward Sathoff has been teaching Junior High in the Titonka consolidated school, this week, as Mrs. Vincent has resigned; her position; Kenneth Brandt, son of and Mrs. Martin Brandt, ti. scheduled, to arrive ..home Satui| day, or Sunday on furlough. Fot currerit news of ings, The. Algona Upper Moines brings you a weekly StttO mary of what's going on in yo" home area, , •; rf rinr i c LI LlnLLL Mrs. TitonKa: -.Dorothy .' Gruis daughter,, of Mr. ;'and'; Mrs. -'Her- manVGru'is,: became the , bride bi George 'J. : Rippentrqp, ' . son oi George^.Rippentrop," Jan.' ; 16, in -a ceremony performed-at the Ramsey Reformed church by Rev Frank Snuttjer. . ' The Titonka . Federated •• club DIFFERENCE in REPAIRIHG Po»lliv» Mechanical Pressure In»ur«* Petiect .Circle, Balanced Recaps heat or diBtottion;" (idewalls float free Irom any contact • DeBOLT N Phone 308 118. N. *-#.• «t~~*t. FjTT- -;;« A . BuyKROEHLER and Carolyn, Alice „. before ..'.'Hie. family lalifornia. CJ^rblyn .and ind - at ,u\j\j,y " *** -••^IgOJitl'^iw- - —-—T-—r — : - -. . vices art&i burial in 'Rives-view. Sunday and %ndayV^%«a^ Lffil E PIHCBfiEBfl INGREWEMN THE COMMON PESO|nNATOIl The Best l^aowit Bpligious leaching is "Do as you would be flone by." .,, X ' .. . . One shouW seek .for., others ; the, hajfpipeBQ otie desires -for self;" injury, with kljidness '' What you would net wish done to yourself do not- to t . . . Whatever you do not wish your; neighbor to do to rtot unto 'him. ... "JVet none of,you treat a brother the way he himself would dllslike to be. treated." -If you look towftTd n^erfiy^regwa ,not that but hold too .that/whik wiH. ¥wfU- m«* justice; chopae fpr, otherp that which you choose f for t '" '' he true rule is40'4oibys.4he*WnSB of others, y;o "' ' % ll a rviijg^^''^^^ . , ..seethe ndK liw^^ coy^^ ' Platform Rockert&Occationa] Chair(

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