The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1946 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 14, 1946
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FOtm. Farm Bureau Milt Henie and Pestivallemlune 26 Again this year the Kossuth Cotftit.V f&fm Bureau will hold a county picnic and sports festival, the last one held was In 1041 before the war. Again tills year, the state Farm Bureau is also going to stage a Festival at -Iowa Stale college, September 5 and 6. The county event is scheduled for June 26 and the place Is to be the fairgrounds, Algona. A committee composed of representatives from the 4»II clubs, Rural Youth, Young Married and County Farm Bureau Board, held their first planning meeting at Buct last Monday evening, May 6. Committee chairmen appointed were: baseball and softball for the men and boys, Harry Felter, and for the girls and women, Mrs. Walter Camginey, b6th of Plum Creek. Wayne Keith, County Farm Bureau president, will head the track events committee and Hugh Black, Irvington, the field events committee. Henry.Looft of Scneea, together with Mrs. Esther Skow of Wesley, will be responsible for the horseshoe and other miscellaneous events. Winners In the county festival will be eligible to enter in the state festival. LOCALS G. D. Stokes returned Monday evening from Rochester, where he has been taking medical treatments at the clinic. Mrs. Emily Heidenwiih received a wire on Mothers Day from her grandson, Melvin Kueck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keuck of Lone Rock. The message was sent from Salzburg, Austria, where he is stationed. He 'has been in the service two years. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin and the latter's mother Mrs. George Bell, were Mother Day guests at the home of the Martin's son, Lloyd, and family. Mrs. G. L. Vohs returned Sunday from a three weeks visit with her daughter and her husband. Dr. and Mrs. D. P. Grettie at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bulls of Des Moines visited the former's relatives at Renwick Saturday and came to Algona Sunday for the day with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butts. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pelleymounter, of Palo Alto, Calif., drove to Spencer Monday to visit friends of the latter couple. Charles and his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pelleymounter, lived in Spencer a few years when he was a lad. Mrs. Paul Bell look her sister Marian Rising and their cousin Mrs. Lee Garey, of Downs, Kas., to Rochester Sunday .where Miss Rising will go through the clinic and Mrs. Garey will remain with her until she is ready to come home. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson •went to Fort Do.dge Sunday to attend a family Mothers Day celebration held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Steiner. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Sonerholm, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nelson of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. James Slattenow of Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Sonerholm are the parents of Mesdames Anderson, Steiner, Nelson and Slattenow. Mrs. S. L. Bailey returned last week from Sioux City, where she had been with the children of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs while the latter visited her sister Mrs. K. Wight of Clayton, New Mexico. Mrs. Aall's is the former Merle Bailey, daughter of the C. L. Baileys. Edwin and Floyd Weishaar and some friends wont to Veseli, Minn., Saturday and remained over Sunday visiting Sister Lambertine, an aunt of Floyd and Edwin, who teaches in Veseli. Attorney and Mrs. Gaylord Shumway went to Southerland and Primghar, where the former transacted business. At Southerland they also visited Mrs. D. F. Shumway and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Nendel of Glendale, Cali., mother and sister respectively of Mr. Shumway. Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz had their daughter Patricia Lynn baptized at the First Lutheran church Sunday morning. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Presthus. A family dinner was given Sunday, May 12, at the Schulz home, at which Mr. and Mrs. William Baker, parents of Mrs. Schulz were present; also Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Presthus, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Schulz. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Slater of Polo, 111., came Saturday for the -weekend at the Fred Zeigler home. Mrs. Slater and Mrs. Zeig- .ler are cousins. The Slaters are •former residents of this vicinity. Mrs. Otio Esser relumed last week from Rochester, where she was a patient for two months and had two .major operations. She is recovering nicely. Joyce Sterling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling, was chosen a student advisor in Roberts hall for the coming year. She will be a sophomore. Gene Anliker, MMM 3-c, called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anliker, last week to advise them that he expects to be discharged from the navy the first part of June. He has 'been in service two years. Mr. and Mrs. Anliker and children Beverly, Alma Lou and Dale were recent visitors in Wm- throp, Minn. Frances Price, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. N. A. Price, was recently elected cabin chairman of the Physical Education club at MacMurray college. She has been a member of the varsity hockey team and is a member of the Macquatics club. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Meyer, farmers living near Ottosen, recently received word from their son, T-5 Victor H. Meyer, that he was one of the men escorting General McNarney into Berlin. Victor is now occupying the Patton barracks formerly used by the German S. S. troops. Prior to this he was living in a private German house in Berlin. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarehet are the patents of a 6-lb. 2 batoy girl born Friday mofnitvg, May 10, at the Kossuth .hospital, She is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Harlan and Mr. and Mrs. Moy Sarfihet. Howard is at present farhling with his father, but will enter 'i State college, Ames, this fall. Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert Johnson •and son Paul of Bakersfleld.-Ca-lif. left Tuesday for -Boston after visiting since Saturday with Mrs. Johnson's sister Mrs. Perry Lowman «nd family.'Mrs. Johnson will' be remembered as Agnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Nordstrom. She and her husband expect to be in Boston for seven or eight months while Dr. Johnson dikes post graduate work in ra- cHology. Mr. and Mrs. Nordstrom and ten of their children are now living in Portland, Ore. H. D. Clapsartdlo, Matt Lamutll and Edw. C»pesius will leave today for Gray, Minn, on a fishing trip of 'about two 'weeks. Lorraine Waters of San Diego arrived Thursday for a Visit with her sister Mrs. Walter Hall. ' She will also visit her parenls at Okoboji. Maxine Moore who is employed by the LaPlant Choate iMfg. Co; at Cedar Rapids, and her sister Mrs. Emmert Dean and two children, Marc Willis and Mary Margaret, of Fort Dodge spent Sunday in Algona at the parental Marc Moore home. Doris Kilbourne of Wheeling, Mo., was a recent visitor at the home of her aunt, and uncle 'Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball. Mrs. Anna 1'oirot returned Thursday from Rochester where she .had undergone a checkup at the clinic. T. II. Chrischilles, II. M. Hauberg, A. E. .Kresensky and J. C. Wimmer are expected home today from Minneapolis where they have been on buying trips, since Sunday. Wednesday. Mr. Ohris- ehillcs and son Ted will go to Chicago to do some further 'buying. Roy Brownell. who Is employed in Detroit, spent the weekend in Algon-a with his family and father J. A. Brownell, who 'has not been in the best of health. Ellen Carlson, 'popular Algona nurse, who has done special duty nursing for a number of years, will leave today for Buffalo Center -where she will do general duty work in the Dolmage hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allen spent Sunday at Pocahontas visiting the latter's parents Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Healhman, and at Fonda where they visited her brother Elmer Heathman. Par a Lone-Rock: Miss'.Velma Gregerson of Lone Rock, daughter of Martin: Gregerson of Pocah;6ntas,>IoWa, and John.Henclar, son of Mr. and Mrs.,Andrew Heneiar ofDetroit, Mich., were vmitesl in Marriage Wednesday, afternoon, April 24;,at the home of ReVvA.'M. Tyler, Methodist, minister, in Rockvilldf."M'aryland. The bride and groom are shown.above. ,- •.-'.•:;' •'.''• . •,wa?"attended:byl,a former roommate who is employed with the-F. ,B.,I, at .WashingtorijD. C.,'Miss Donna Jean Bates/forwier- ly of Lone Rock. -The groOrfi Was attended by a former shipmate, Anthony^Boris of Worcester, Mass. ' The, br{de : is''a'.graduate '"'of the Lone Rock public high school and was employed at the Veterans Administration at Washington, D. C'., 11 for a year, while Mr..Henciiarwas'a yeoman first class in the navy and was discharged-.iMarch 19, 1946. .They left Washington,-D. C., shortly after the ceremony and arrived at Lone Rock May 5th. They are visiting the bride's isister, Mrs. Russell'Bates and-family, ! 'and plan to stay for a short : time. They will make their home' in Detroit Mich., where Mr. Henciar will be employed at the Packard Motor Company. Meeting At jLifVet-tie ^ Cautery-', ASS6d*tk>h iflel Thitfsday afternoon ih thfc city' hall with a .Very large .ltl4!«M ftnce..'HostWses for the meeting were Mta. ; PhtL Lichty, - Mrs. ace Lichty. Mrs, 'SJlmef T H<int ^M Mrs. William Moedin& Mrs. fir* vin Barton,.president,of the as-' socia.tion, presided at the »business-i meeting. The program for the aftertiobn consisted of a pjaho accordion solo by Prances Wterkle, a cornet solo by Allen Miller and a flute solo by Marilyn Hefti, group singing Was led by Mrs, Harry t-ichty With Miss Hulda Fritite-, meier as the accompanist. Lunch •was served'by the hostesses at the close of the afternoon. Hostesses for .the next regular meeting will be Mrs. C. O. Mc- CJellah, Mrs. : Andrew N-ielson, Nielson, Mrs.'Lew Pearson and Mrs. .Jennie Phillips. COMING Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, May 2(5-27-28 .*• -, CHECK FOR YOURSELF Wise motorists know it pays to take care of small services before (bey become big ones. CHECK THE CLUTCH There should be about one inch of "free movement" before the clutch disengages. If there isn't you're wearing out vital clutch surfaces. WE RECOMMEND ONLY SERVICE Algona Implement Co. Walt and Deb Hall Phone 52 State and Joues ISfcSSS ' ,. —Algona Upper Des Moines Ncwsfoto Another expanding Algon-a,business is that of Evroul Loebig, above, who operates the Algona Qab Co., which recently added another cab,'providing local folks in'heed of transportation with two cabs at their disposal. ;;"; >.. ,.;.'/ Loebig succeeded Charles Murphy as owner of the firm, recently, and since then has added a second oab. Service is now being maintained on ah 18-hour schedule, and Loebig hopes to soon provide 24- hour cab service here; He is a former Wesleyan, and his second driver is Don Haverly. also formerly of Wesley. Loebjg-is married and lives, .in one of the government houses; re- ently -purchased. '•., " V ' Irvington: Mrs. A.; J. Brown and Mi's Walter Barr were hostesses to .the Cresco Embroidery club at their annual. Mother's Day-guest meeting Wednesday afternoon. Roll call vWas responded to by the members . giving Verses -from old Mother';s Day. cards; .Mrs. 'Paul .Wille and Mrs. 'Margaret' Larson each 'presented .a -Mother's Day •tribute Mrs. Eniil Benzpn gave a talk on Mother's Day.:Late in the .afternoon a buffet lunch was served. Mrs. Arthur Krause, Mrs. Clarence Seimers and Mrs. Harold Hunt attended the' township chairman .meeting of the ladies Farm Bureau at Burt on May 6. Mr. and (Mrs.' Bob San-born of Mason City visited Sunday at the parental John Schulz home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause have received word from their son Don that he is now stationed at Camp Polk, La. However in a Ehort time 'he .is expected to be transferred to a camp in New Jer,<=PV where -he hopes to take a course in teletype work. He further stated due to the swampy conditions at Camp 'Polk it had been ordered closed as there had been many cases of malria. mK*n «KI ^figfittTTSa 1 ; Thursday, May 0; at the'home of Lucille Rich,-.with-Ate Milter,dS assisting hostess, ,One of the featui&Mif the occasion was a revleWf'dii^tylfes-^old and new — of wedding toWns, dance clothes, grandmother's early ddy clones, and 'bathlnft.sUHs of bygdrte days. s , " Po6ms were presented by VBrla MJllei', Norma Walker, and the i'OHgln bf Mother's Day" -was given by Gladys Eisenbar'th.. ' . A vocal duet by Marine Dlttirief, and Irene B.1us£rom r accisrnpanled at the.'pjano/tiy RltUi HfirMn,'C6n> eluded . the' iarograirif '$ f t'er .wh ieh a lunch was servefr By the lipst'' esses. •:-.-, . ; : :--.'t ; ..^'--. Cuts Hand, Fentoh: Maurice Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. -Maurice'^ Wallace, cut his left hand badly, Saturday afternoon, .When he fell on a piece Of-tin while, at play. /Two stitches were taken-to close/the wound. • ''• ;llnj ( otj« nal beauty ltt|l|' ;• !t>itf -Racial lurtftJrt»ll, ,4ild itretehetMo flriffi"<Bt / Al she. Call us now-; ^ i->••'' ffeetie 267 We Call for and deliver (East Across the Slrce' from Court House) Boyken In, States Fenton: Bob Boyken, Bkr 2-c, .landed in San Diego, Cal., April -27, after,22-months overseas. He took-part'in ithe invasions of .two Jima and Okinawa, and has more recently been in China. He.ev- pects v to J move to Waterloo with his -folks after a visit in California. ; v CALL THEAfRt Sun., Mon. and Tues., May 19-20-21 . "> •>; *} CIARK GABLE EARSDN M <k M-G-M's exciting screen dventure BLONDELL Thomas Mitchell \ THESE OTHER. BUMS ANO ay si* TWELVE BOTTLes FcrryeuiB F6R.T&MK3HT Tuesday, May 14 Rita Hay worth and Glenn Ford in Road Show Attraction .^- ,'•} On the Stage , Matinee 2 p. m. Night 7 p. m. Prices: Adults 50c Children 20c TOBY AND HIS RANCH HANDS Helen & Toby "Curt Delaney" "Sweetheart Mary" • ' • From KGLO Mason City On The Screen * ' Sunset Carson in THE KID" News arid "War Birds" Thursday, Friday arid Saturday, May 16-17-18 This Be^ufiful Blonde Tries To Step In Where This Goweous Brunette LeffOff '"*'„* ' \ifff 'f* 1 * 1 ! i I i "i '^ H| w^PB^WSf^^i^P^BIwf^^^ fMrnif

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