The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1946 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 9, 1946
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. ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, ALOONA IOWA. Martin Jenson was in Mankato Ursday and Friday on business. Vfr. and Mrs. A. L, Long spent nday with Mrs. Dora Johnson d family near Bancroft. Vtr, and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer vis- d Mr/and Mrs. Tom Loats in Ti- ika Friday, Vta,rle Obe and'Kathleen Capita . t Friday evening for a week end ourn in Chicago. Urs. Aggie F. Knapp arrived iday evening from Mason City a visit at'the home of her sister > 's. F, A, Corey. Mr. v and Mrs. W. C. Irelan ide ;a business trip to Mihne- ' 3lis. ; Saturday, and remained sr the weekend. i VIr, and Mrs. C. W. Morck spent t week end in 'Minneapolis with sir daughter and husband Mr. ' rl Mrs. D. D. Greer and family. Vlrs. Charlotte Parsons went to i s Moines Tuesday for a visit of 'oral weeks with her daughter A husband Mr. and Mrs, L. W. ' hn. • Vlma Lou, daughter of Mr. and •s. Ernest Anliker, has been ill ce last Tuesday with strept •oat and was still a bed patient ! first of the week. Vlrs. W. J. Payne accompanied • '. Payne to 'Fort Dodge and imboldt Monday and Tuesday , his salesman route for the Des )ines Register and Tribune. VIr. and Mrs. A. R. Corey of Des >'.lines were visitors Sunday at ! Mrs. F. A. Corey home. They :re spending a few days at Wes• at the home 'of Mrs. Julius mz. Irs. James Stebblns, Mrs. Gar- Pickarl of Whitlemore, Doris 'illips and .Mrs. Henry Phillips, ither of the young ladies, spent .'dnesday with relatives in Mai City. VIr. and Mrs. Ralph Faith leave :dnesday for Longmont, Colo., lere he will be in the trucking siness. He has been employed, 1 the past several years by John :Guire. VIr. and Mrs. W, T. Giossi and » Billy and Ruby Murtha are pected home Wednesday from nneapolis where they have been ce Sunday attending a buyer je seminar. Mfr. and Mrs. George Kohl int Sunday and were dinner ests at the home, of Mr. and 's, George Fandel in Whitte- jre. -Mrs. Fandel and Mrs. ihl are sisters. fir. and Mrs. Julie Baas 'and Mr. J (Mrs. MurlPotter went to Min- tpoiis Saturday and remained til Monday. The men attended a vling tournament and the iples attended the ice follies. Vlrs. Sam.. Myklebust.. of.. Alapa, Calif., and Mrs; R. C. Adams toes Moines came last Monday " remained for a week's visit Ir, hd Mrs. iMartinx'Jensori. ""' e sisters ------ 'Wi* » ) 1 » i f t > .1 • r* i r 1 i .»• ,i* and Mrs. G. B. Wise of Ma-, ICi'ty visited Mr. jand . Mrs. (ry •Phillips and family Friday jjfwere overnight guests. Mr. ife is a nephew of Mrs. Phillips ,>the"couple were married very ently. ••-•-. Irs. Anna Gill who makes her he..with her daughter Mrs. Leif McWhorler has been confined her b'ed the past several days h the' chronic knee trouble ich bothers her ait intervals. She i6w improved and able to be up ;ttle. tfrs;. K... r>. James took Mrs. C. phubb-and Mrs. George .Paine Hiimboldt Friday to visit Mrs. C. Dickinson very briefly. Mrs. :ldnson is much improved but is 1 riot strong enough to have hy- callers. She is able to take ew. steps and her general con- Ion,is decidedly'better. VIr.-and Mrs. Claude Samson ye- writiten their daughter Mrs. (tor Samson they were leaving (Algona Monday, April 1 and |ald arrive about the first of the • ek, They went to Glendale the jt Of Decemlber and were acoom- pied'by Mr. and Mrs. Clinton jnson who are remaining for 'hile longer. , Ir. and Mrs. Harold Speraw left arsday; for Neosho, Mo., after ting; in Algona.with friends and h 'his parents "at Fairmont and 's at Livermore. Harold is out the army, but is dispatching in oyernment motor pool at Camp wder. Mrs, Speraw ?md their haye 'been at Neosho with Har- since last June. Irs. W, H. Wolle is a guest of daughter and husband Mr. and , Lewis Lynk having come last ;k' from Sioux City where she been spending the winter with (sons C. J. and W. C. Wolle. i will return to her home in mond a little later. On Sunday . and. Mrs, H- R- Wolle and ighters Joan and Nancy of Min" 'Lake, Minn., .came to spend Vith Mr. and Mrs. Lynk ,. wns.iWoUe. "-•... Vord has been received that nes. W. Dower, a rnember of the ira'^iaf Ass'n,, has become as- iated:'With the law firm of Ha- nnm v ;Dberr at.Davenport. His e is tKe, former Mary Katherine rn, daughter of Mrs. Catherine rn of Algona. -Mr. Dower is a iye,#f Marengp, and. was recent^ -•---'""-• f r om naval service, His been living at Rochest- he was \f\ the ser- arrived Saturday a visit with the Jat/ Mr- and Mrs.. Theo- 5. ..Mr- gprmley, has ently* rf turned from. 'France, ere. hf his tieen }n service, " js S espeptf4 the , is a nurse; at t,. hjs; been "ill the , lor ,8 c,e, Mrs. from a cifl pti s aauehter with and with Mrs. Alex Nielsen wds bh ihe sick list last week. Mrs. E. C. McMahbn enjoyed a visit Friday from Mrs. Pearl McDonald of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs, Merle Pratt and Arthur Weiss spent from Saturday until Wednesday in Chicago on business, Mr. and Mrs, Roy Hutzell spent Sunday in Fairmont with Mr. and Mrs, Theodore Weinman and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Lairell went to Austin, Minn., Friday for a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuehyn* ka visited the former's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs, Anthony Sulek in'Fort Dodge last Sunday. Harold Kuchenreuiher and Pat McQuiston went to Minneapolis Friday on business for the Kent Motor company, by whom they are employed. Mrs. William Dodds Jr., Mrs. J. B. Winkel, Mrs. Russell Walker and Mrs. Murl Potter spent Tuesday of, last week in Fort Dodge with friends. Roy Loonier and son Bob of Chicago were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Mahoney from Thursday until Tuesday. Mr. Loomef is a nephew of Mrs. Mahoney. Mrs. Ida Nickerson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alexander to Bode Sunday, where they spent the day and enjoyed dinner with Mr. and Mrs. West Moreland. Mrs. Bob Dewel accompanied Major and Mrs. Mona to M : nne- anolis Friday tor the weekend. Mrs. Dewel will visit her brother William Chubb and the Monas will visit friends. Betty Jane LaBarre, who is a student at Beloit, arrived Thursday and will be'here till Wednesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBarre. This is her spring vacation. Mrs. Ben Potter went to Ringsted to assist her daughter Mrs. Alyin Nelson move to a new location north of Ringsted. Mr. Potter joined her on Saturday and the'y returned home Sunday. Janice Marie Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jensen, visited her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen in . Ringsted from Sunday until Thursday, when the Jensens brought h^r home. Mrs. Oscar Anderson was taken to the General hospital Wednesday. She has been in poor health for some time suffering with diabetes and complications. It is hoped hospitali7,ation and rest will be greatly beneficial. Mrs. Tom Kruse went to Fari- .bault,'Minn., Friday for a .visit § -"'ith v'friends • she met while aching d&eSaya , s few years , ago. n Sundaf^sr-'C. ; B. Murtagh, Mrs. James.'Murtagh, and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison and little son Tommy met Mrs. Kruse in Faribault and took her with them to Minneapolis, where they visited Mrs. C. B. Murtagh's sister Miss Mabel Cratty a few days. Mr, arid Mrs. Luke Linnatt went to DCS Moines t Friday, on business, Mrs. Harry Ward is a patient at the Kossuth hospital, where she underwent major surgery last week. Mrs. D, L. Leffert visited her sister Emma Anderson at Swea City from Sunday until Tuesday of last week. Mrs. J. F. Capp has relumed to her home at Bremerton, Wash., after several weeks spent here with her mother Mrs. B. E. Norton. David, little son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Macumber, is one of the latest on the chicken pox list. The little fellow is having a light case. v Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwlg and children Deanna and Vernell visited t/he letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Joynt, Clear Lake, over the weekend. Mrs. Henry Lund and her sister, Louise Magnuson.were called to Des Moines Monday by the serious illness of the former's daughter, Mrs, Ruth Hrabak. Betty Ann McEnroe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McEnroe and Joyce O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien, who are students at Clark college, in Dubuque, spent the weekend with their parents. Bruce Sandberg underwent an operation for hernia at the Kossuth hospital last mid-week. He is getting along nicely. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Sandberg, of Lake Mills, are here and will remain for a time. Mr. and Mrs. L.. J. Malueg returned Wednesday from Liberty, Ind., where they visited their daughter and her husband, Rev. and Mrs. O. E. Parrett. Enroute home they stopped in Chicago and Milwaukee for a few days visit with relatives. A few ( of the out-of-town persons in attendance at the funeral services for the late Mrs. Joe Harig were Anita Rose Kohlhaas of Sioux Falls, Mrs. Joe Lickteig, and Mrs. Larry Carter of Cresco and Mr. and Mrs. William Owens of Greenfield. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Lonergan, who have recently returned from Milwaukee, where they spent the winter with a daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Block, have rented an apartment with Mrs. James Finley and will take possesion April 20. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Williams of Lakota visited in Algonn Monday of last week, the doctor attending the meeting of county doctors who discussed the hospital question and Mrs. Williams spent the time with her aunt Mrs. Anna McQuaid. ' Leo Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer, has written his parents he is now discharged from service. He has been stationed at San Diego and is going to San Francisco to work until the first of June when he will come home for a visit. i-.v,Mr. ,«nd Mrs....Ralph Laird .of Des ; Moines Yc'ame Tuesday to attend the funeral services Wednesday for Mrs. Joe Harig, Mr. Laird acting as pallbearer. They visited at the home of the former's mother Mrs. Ella Laird and with Mrs. Ethel Chubb, sister of Mr. Laird. a Sidteia, It's M King w ,^M for Spring fever' bscoMit thty sstmi-tft *e with Mtt, C. U, P6ll»rd tad MrJ, Lefloy McWhorter took Miss P«« tricla Polldfd to Rochester Suh* day, whefe she will resume hSf work at the St. Mary's hdspital following a few weeks spent with her parents while convalescing from an appendectomy several weeks ago. Mr. and Mr*. Lyman Potter M* rived Saturday frotti Long Beach and will make an extended visit with his mother Mrs. Pearl Potter aftd other relatives. Lyman has been in California the past three years and has been env ployed most recently with the Shur-Fine Soap company. Mr. and Mr*. Gene Mutftah and daughter Judy returned last week from Arizona and California, where they spent the past three weeks., Mrs. Murtagh had been in Tucson several weeks before her husband and daughter joined her. They visited the F. F. Twogoods in Los Angeles. Theodora Hutchison and Duane Dewel drove to Des Moines Friday on business and remained until Saturday. They were accompanied by Chester Call, who has been here since Tuesday visiting his sister Mrs. Archie Hutchison. Mr. Call's home is in •Kansas City, where he has lived for several years and is associated with the Kansas City Life Insurance company. Mr. and Mrs. Whiisit Wilson Sr. of Burbank, Calif., Mrs. Robert Raisig and son Bobbie of Chicago and Whitsit Wilson Jr., also of Chicago, visited Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Kent from Friday .until Tuesday of last week. Mrs* Wilson is a sister of Mr. Kent, and Mrs. Raisig and Whitsit Wilson are daughter and son of the Wilsons. They had 'been visiting them in Chicago and the .group came here together, to visit the Kents. Frank Bulierfield of Bancroft visited his daughter, .her husband and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fr,ank Lewis last week. Dorothy Lewis, daughter of the Lewises, is with her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis at Butt. She has been with them the past three weeks. Miss Lewis had an attack of rheumatic 'fever some time ago and has been confined to her bed until recently and is now allowed to sit up 15 minutes each morning and afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Keainey and children Jiditlrand Marilyn went to Evcmotsburg-Wednesday where they attended a family dinner at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mmno Behrends, given in honor of their son and his wife of Bclmond, the former having been recently discharged from service at Camp McCoy, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Behrends live in Belmond.where he has opened the shoe shop he operated before his induction.' Mr. and»Mrs. Kearney and children also spent, the'Weekend with Mr. • and Mrs. Omer Everett at Britt. . . : .,' M*S. A. D. Bruner, sister of Mart Weaver, came tip from her D^s Moines home last week to frieet many old •' Algona friends artd attend the golden vyeddingof hfir brother and his wife, which Was one of the pleasant social affairs last week. Mrs. Bruner is a gfaduale of the Algona high school and spent her girlhood days in Algeria, where she was rated the belle of the thriving young city. For some years as May Weaver, she served in the court house as deputy auditor under her brother Mart. She and Mr. Bruner have for a number of years made their home in Des Moines, where their children have grown up and established their own homes. For many years she has paid Algona an annual visit on Memorial day, when she meets many of her old friends. 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