The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 5, 1946
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I f i' teSDA^, MARCH' 6; 19441 tJPPEfc DBS M0INES, ALOONA fOWA Repairiiig ( - ! Electrical and; Generator Parts Phone 37 7 Algona, Iowa There Is a DIFFERENCE In REPAIRING and RECAPPING Positive' Mechanical Prensute I Insure.a Perfeot. Circle, JU \ Balanced Recaps No Bidewall - haat or distortion; nidewalls float free from any contact with heat or pressure LESTER D.cBOLT Phone 308 118 S. Thorington inside a fet Is the rumpus^oom scuffed from last " ww »ee te dealer's counts?. We have 4 ftp selection of interior m mm w»*$ '- • F, S, Norton LONE ROCK FANS BACK WINNING CAGERS AT ALGONA Lone Rock: Among th&se attending the boys sectional tournament in Algona friday evert- ing to see the Lon6 Jlock boys win over (he Fenton boys by a score of 22-10 were: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Laabs, Mr. and Mrs. Merton Larson, Raymond Schultx, Lester Schultz, Chas, Schultz, Mrs. J.oe Lynch and Joe Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierstedt, Bill Dreyor, Miss Kohns, Betty Kueck, Mrs. Harry Montgomery, Miss McMahon, Shirley Bates, Lillian Grcgerson, Emma Schrader,.Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz nnd Gary Gene, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Dell Marlow, and Miss lone Lease, with her pep band consisting of: Donald Jensen, Joan Flaig, Gene Blanchard, Doris Marlow and Ruth Kraft. Cheer leaders there wore Joyce Marlow and Phyllis Marlow. Farewell for Mrs. Hanna Those attending a farewell party Sunday evening which they gave in honor of Mrs. Ella Hanna, who plans to move soon, were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegner, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Mr. and Mrs, Weber Yagers, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kerns, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield, Mr. and Mrs. eorge Jentz, Mrs. Art Mueler, Harold Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. VTervin Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. franklin Mueller, all of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mackey, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jentz of Fairmont, Minn.,/and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause of Lone Rock. Idle Hour Aiding Needy The Idle Hour club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. M. O. Richards with Mrs. Frank Merron assisting hostess. Roll call was answered with exchange of valentines by the 11 members present. Mrs. Schuyler Bates, Mrs. Albert Shaser and Mrs. Chris Shaser were visitors. The club voted to give $5 to the Red- Cross. The club will send $10 to Des Moines to be used to clothe some of the needy Europeans, and also wishes to receive a name of a family in Europe and send them a parcel. Mrs. Fred Tigges and Mrs. James Cody had charge of the entertainment. The next meeting will be March 28 at Mrs. H. W. Hobson's. Mis. Genrich is Hostess j---;-Mrs. Fred* Genriehi** hostess to a~Stanley Hostess Thursday evening. Those attending were: Mrs. Arthur Priebe, Mrs. Eric Seegebarth,; Mrs. Lester Johnson, Mrs. Beula'h, Miss Helen McMahon, . Miss lone Lease, Mrs. C. M. Gross,'Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Edw. • Blanchard, Mrs. W. G. Flaig, Mrs. Meryin Marlow, Mrs. Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, Mrs. A. E. Jorgenson, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Don Houck, Mrs. Emil Kraft, and Mrs. Henry Schroeder. Prizes were won by Mrs. W. G. Flaig, Mrs. Al Krueger, Mrs. Edw. Blanchard, and Mrs.. Merwin Marlow. The sales amounted to over $70. Shower for Viola Luedlke Among tliose attending the shower of Viola Luedtke Monday night at the Lotts Creek school basement were: Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs, Eldoir Marlow, Mrs. Hugh Marlow, Mrs. Lem Marlow, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs. Eric Seegebarth, Mrs. Melvin Hawks, Mr. and, Mrs. R. F. Hawcott spent Friday at the Harris wadsworth home at Armstrong. S 1-c Charles Zollcr and mother of Lakota spent Friday and Saturday at the Fred Schultz home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mackcry of Titonka were Sunday dinner guests at the Andrew Thomnen home. Mr, and Mrs. Wrn. Hoppo of Good -Thunder, Minn., spent Thursday at the Ed Hoppe home. Lt. Bernard Genrich received his w'ings Fi;iday morning at Wichita Falls, Shcppard Field, Texas. Mrs. Ada Whitehill spent Sunday, afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs, Lester Johnson, Atgona. Mr. and Mrs. John Cordcs moved on tho W. L Dodds farm, \Vi miles south of tho Good Hope church. Rita, Merwin, and Ralph Hurlburt spent Wednesday evening at the Ora Hurlburt home, in Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Lydia Wctzel spent the weekend at the home of her sister-in-law, Margaret Geilenfeld of Clenr Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cronfor of New Richland, Minn., spent Thursday afternoon at tho Odey Cherland home. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton left Wednesday for a visit at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shellito. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and Mrs. Edw. Blanchard drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs! M. E. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt spent Wednesday evening at tho Bob Hamilton home at Burt. Mrs. Gladys Soderquist of Waukegan, 111., left Thursday evening for her home after a visit at the parental Wm. Nelson home. Mrs. H. A. Blanchard returned home from the Kossuth hospital Thursday, where she underwent an appendectomy operation a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig drove with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of Lakota Saturday to attend the Iowa-Minnesota basketball game at Minneapolis, Minn. Bob Angus left a week ago Thursday for a visit at the Geo. Crow home in St. Louis, Mo., and the Geo. Angus home at Chicago. Word v/as received here by his sisters Thursday that Lt. Robert Gladstone has arrived at New. York from overseas in Germany. His destination elsewhere is unknown. Ronald Christenson, recently discharged from Jeferson Barracks, Missouri, after a few years in the army arrived at the parental Will Christenson , home Tuesday. Red Cross Benefit The Band mothers and the Legion Auxiliary will hold a benefit for the^Red Gross 500 card party Thursday night, March, 7, at the Lone Rock school gymnasium. All are invited'to come. Lawrence Rath flew his airplane to Des Moines on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Eric Seegebarth drove to Estherville Thursday on business, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott spent Tuesday at the Joe Madden home at Fenton, Mrs. Bernard Jensen spent Wednesday at the Marvin Kueck home at Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wejner, Burt.i spent Tuesday at the Henry Schroeder home; Louis Rejlly came home, Wednesday after spending two. days, in, Des Mpines on business. Vassau, Wis., were "Saturday'af- ternoon visitors at the Everett Hanna home. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith of Burt spent.Monday evening there. . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser. Mrs. Chris Shaser, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 'Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rath, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt were guests at a card party Tuesday night at the Lawrence Rath home. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hobson spent Monday at the Harold Hobson home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends 'spent Sunday afternoon at the Ornie Behrends home at Algona. Ornie Behrends has, been sick. Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs! Calvin Householder, and Mrs. Ray Bierstedt attended a birthday party in honor of Mrs. Bierstedt's sisterrin-lawj Mrs* Gordon Sigsbee at the parental Claude Sigsbee home at Burt Tuesday. Mrs. L. E, Hutzell and children drove with Mr. and Mrs. Roy HutzeU of Algona to Earlham, where they visited her parental, the Alfred Standing home. The Roy JJutzells visited /at his parents home elsewhere. Mr, and Mrs, L. C. Williams rode to Algona Thursday;., evening with their son-in-lav^, Don Mitchel of Burt- to visit their daughter and their two grandchildren, twins that were born Monday night at the Kossuth hospital. Herman Strueckers Of Seneca Get Two Farewell Surprises Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Streucker were honored guests at a farewell party held for them at their home Monday evening, when neighbors came in and singed a surprise on them. Present were the Fred Browns,, Joe Maddens, Emil Bjerstedls, John Homans, A. E. Nelsons, R. Helmers, John and Bertha Olson, Mrs. Mortenson and Carl, Martin Wilbergs, Millen Jensens, Henry Loofts, C. C. Voights, also Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen and family of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nileson and Maryadean, and the John and Victor Strueckers. A social evening was spent, after which Mr. and Mrs. Strueck- er were presented with a purse as a remembrance from the group. Mr. and Mrs. Struecker were surprised again Thursday evening when a second group of friends and neighbors came in to spend the evening with them. This group also presented the Strueckers a purse. Mr. and Mrs. Struecker moved March 1 to a home which they purchased at Fairmont several months ago. Mrs. Struecker's mother, Mrs. Eimers,'.who had lived in the Struecker home for the past seven years, moved to the home of her son, Wm. Eimers. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Struecker have taken over the home place. Former Senecans Wed A wedding or interest to Sen- ecans was performed at Estherville last Tuesday, that of Elizabeth Burt and Merlon McKean, both former Senecans. They both 'attended Seneca school. Further details are not known at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Geitzenauer are parents of a baby son, born Wednesday night. Kenneth Voight spent weekend before last at Des Moines where he attended the Ice Review. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller and children of Swea City accompanied by the Maynard Jensens of Swea City, were recent callers at the Lester Osborn's. ( Mr., and Mrs. Fred Brown received a telephone call Tuesday evening from their son Eldon, who had recently been called into service and had been waiting for shipping out orders, that his group were being sent to Alabama arid were leaving Wednesday. ' :' - . MATH. BUTTEMORE WES OUT WEST St. Joe: Mrs. John Origer received word that her brother Matthew Buttemore, 53, had died in the Veteran hospital in Los Angeles, Gal,,' Friday, Feb. 22, just a year and a week later than his brother Len, Mr. Buttemore was a son of Mrs. Wm. Buttemore of West Bend, was a veteran of World War I, and had been a city mail carrier in Dubuque for a number of years until ill health four years ago forced him to retire. For the past two and one-half 3 New Trucks Sold The. now trucks and a new car were licensed in Kossuth county last week, as follows: B. J. Latimer, ' Bancroft, International truck; Wayne Christiansen, Algona, Hudson. years he had made his home in California. Feb. 17 he suffered a stroke and died the following Friday. He was buried in California last Wednesday. JPAGJJ Surviving are his wife four sons, Robert, Who was cently discharged from the nal corps, William, Ann Jean, all in high school, and also/; his mother and three sisters. anct* MARKET DAY SALE Plans have been made for a second market day sale THURSDAY, MARCH 14 QTTOSEN, IQWA Anyone having items to consign, please list with the managers at once. IRVIN MOVIGK KERMIT FOWLER Phone 2451 MERLE HOLT Phone 2611 Phone 2411 9* Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS OUE TO EXCESS AQIP •roeBopKTellsofHomeTreRtmentthat rtust Help or it Will, Cost You Nothing Ivor t tyo million boKli» of Ihfl Wl (J,ARD THE ATM 1SNT have been sold fur relief ol Townsend Volunteers are dedicated to freedom for all. It is not gained or kept without a struggle. Are we in this generation going to sit idly by while that freedom is -taken away from us? 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