The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1946 · Page 2
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ALGOMA Uf»£fi« IOWA NO. 5 OF A CENTKNNIAT, YEAR SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County Charles R. Bode This week, we present one of Kossuth's younffcr farmers—a veteran of World War II who has re-entered civilian ranks after an exciting: two years in the U., S. Navy. He is "Bob"' Bode, son of Louis Bode, rind he farms with his father 3'Xj miles north of town on highway 169. Bob served 011 the aircraft carrier "Vellafftilf", which plied the south Pacific during war action. Now Bob assists in farming the home place, and has'rented 40 acres in addition. His dad, Louis, one of the well known farmers of Kossuth, wants him to Sidy on the farm, and for the present at least Bob is taking that as sound advice. Bob is single, and says "he has no prospects" . . . IOWA FACTS Thei'ft were three capital cities of Iow.a—Bur- lington, 1838; Iowa City, 1841; Des Moines, 1857. 'We spell the word "capitol" at this bank . . . 'because that is what we supply individuals for worthy, enterprising endeavors that build the individual and the Community. A Si TATM RALPH MILLER, President HAROLD OILMORE, Cashier ROY JVIeMAltoN, Asst. Cashifr Remember Father on His Day Sunday, June 16 GIFTS HE WILL ENJOY HAVING • Oculens Sun Glasses Auto Point Pencils Tie and Collar Sets Money Clips Key Chains Watch Chains Leather Secretaries Utility Sets Men's Fitted Cases Watch Attachments WATCHES Waterproof case, dust proof, shoe'* proof. Has stainless steel back, luminous dial and sweep second hand. 7 jewel $27.50 17 jewel $37.50 Dress Watches $39J5 BILL FOLDS Genuine imported and domestic leathers. $2.00 to $15.75 AU bill folds stamped with name in 14k gold leaf at no extra cost. BAN'S Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart went to Des Moines Thursday for a visit with friends. • Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jensen left Monday for a two weeks visit with the latter's mother, Mrs. C. C. Fowler, Sioux City. Mrs. Marte SeKunkee of Cedar Falls spent Monday and over night with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mi's. Ed Hansen. Capt. Durwoort Baker Of Kor'ca, has been 'assigned to the main office at Seoul as assistant chief of all veterinarian affairs in Korea. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thompson went to Fairmont, Minn., Thursday. Mrs. John Kirk went lo Waterloo Sunday and returned Friday. She visited her sister and her husband Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Windor. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirltpalrick and daughter Adele, Sioux City, arrived Saturday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lee. Mrs. Agnes Cook of Fairmont, Minn., came Wednesday for a week's vacation >with her sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gollner came home last week from an c'Xlended visit at various points in Wi' : :::onsin. They made the trip by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wooclford of Los Angeles spent Wednesday •with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Nolan. From here the 'Wood fords went to Spencer to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reid of Chicago, arrived Thursday for a visit of several days with the former's daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagg, and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stewart and daughters Helen and Jean of Manson were supper guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lighter. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wolfe and daughter Marcia of Waterloo visited from Thursday until Sunday with Mrs. Wolfe's mother, Mrs. Ezra Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ingebritson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Furtk, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baldwin returned Sunday from a two weeks fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Mrs.'T. F. O'Haire Sr. of Norwich, Conn., and Mrs. T. F. O'Haire Jr. and daughter Ann of DCS Moines visited at the H. E. Rist home Thursday and Friday. Marvella McDanel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie McQanel, left Friday for Ottumwa "where sha will be employed by a book company for the sttrnm'er,.§he has been a student at ffie^Nevada 1 Scademy the past school year. -•"' Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lighter of Marcus were weekend guests of Mrs. LeRoy McWhorter and her mother Mrs. Anna Gill. Mrs. Lighter is a sister of Mrs. McWhorter. Mr. Lighter is the editor of the Marcus newspaper. Mrs. Charles Rosewall recently received a letter from her son Paul in Chicago in which he slated he hopes to -be able to get a new car soon, and then plans to visit his mother here and his brother Hjalmar at Blue Earth. Mr. .and Mrs. Theodore Aulman and their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Sanderson of Des Moines visited Mrs. Ella Laird and Mrs. Ethel Chubb briefly Friday en route from their cottage at Lake Okoboji. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kapp were Mrs. Louis Kapp, Mr. and Mrs. John Pullman and daughter Ann of Breeze, 111., and Mrs. W. D. Hemingson of Woden. Mrs. Hemingson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kapp. Dorolhy Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, had a tonsillectomy at the General hospital Tuesday. She has beeh ill for some time with I'heuhiatic fever but is much improved' and well on the road to recovery. Atrtoncr Algonia'iW Wh6 aiten'd ed the Law Chaulauqua at Okoboji were Mr. and Mi's. T. 'C. Hutchison and family, Mi*, and Mrs. E. C. McMa'hon and family 1 , Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fristedt and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway, L. E. Linnan, Donna Hill and Ruth Youngwirth. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Sco<Wle of Marshalltown and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scovillo of Ellerisburg, Wash., left for their respective homes Thursday following a visit of several days Wiit-h Mr. and Mrs. William Funk. The O. W. .Sco- villes arc parents of Mrs. Funk and Charles is her brother. A family picnic was held Sunday at Clear Lake at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V.' E. Young. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. El-* mer-Jasperson of Buffalo' Center, Mr. and .Mrs. Andy Jasperson of Glendale, Calif.. Mr. <and Mrs. Ralph ;'Hofer of Goodell,. and Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkel, and families. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardy left Tuesday for. the Ozarks and Will spend a week's vacation there. They were accompanied as far as Sedalia, Mo., by Mrs. C. S. Kurtz and daughters Penney arid Joan, who will visit a fortnight with Mrs. Kurtz's mother, Mrs. Lela Lee and grandmother Mrs. Geo. Yeager. -' Mrs. F. W. Dingley and daughter Helen returned Sunday from Des Moines where they had been visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. W. B. Nugent and family. They had all attended the graduation of Ding Nugent at Loras College, Dubuque. Ding is studying for the priesthood and will enter a seminary this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore of Rochellc,,.!-!!., came Thursday for a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore, and other relatives in this vicinity. From here they will go to Ortonvillc to see Mrs. A. L. Moore, an aunt of Mr. Moore. He will also attend to some business in connection with his farm. Mrs. Joe Lynch and son Joe Jr. left Friday for Aurora, Colo., for a fortnights visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Ma-honey. Mrs. Mahoney is the former Margaret Mary Lynch. The other • Lynch daughters "Tommy" and' Patricia who are students at Iowa City, came home' Thursday. arid: will spend the summer" with their parents. //wsMSSSft., Sister Mary Patrice of St. Jps'- eph's at Eureka, Calif., arrived the first of the we&t.and went to Clear Lake to visit -her parents, Mr. and Mrs." T. P. Joynt. She will remain there three weeks. Her sister Mrs.', Vefnell Ludwig and children, De'anria and Verne] 1 Jr. joined the family. Mr. Ludwig Will also be there part of the time. Mr. and Mrs. William Martin arrived Monday, driving from southern California, where the former had been with the marine corps. He has received his discharge and the couple plans to make their home near Algona. Mr. Martin is a brother of Ernest Kearney. The Martins are staying at the Kearney home for a short time until they get located. Delores Woito returned Wednesday from Iowa City and reports her mother Mrs. Laura Woito, recovering nicely from the optical surgery she had at the University hospital last week. Betty Jane LaBarre arrived Friday from Beloit, where she is a student at the college. She will *> * sp-encf her' kuWKniS* Vatttfen her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. LaBarre. , v SHY, ftnfl fKflfe *r«6y frirfft of ft.- Lauderddle, Us., arrived Monday^ fof <a visit of several days with the latfer's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Carl 'Hutchins, and wltn friends. Mr. tripp is the assistant postmaster at Ft. Lauderdale. The family is well known in Algona, having lived here several years and Mrs. Tripp grew to young womanhood here. She is the former Ruby Asholfofd, John Kohlhaas wets h4re from Tuesday until Friday with ,,his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas Si 1 . When he returned to his home in Iowa City-he was accompanied by his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs; Ambrose Kennedy of Bancroft, who went to se'e their daughter Marine graduate fi'pm the university Saturday. John and his wife are both stuUentS at the University Norman B. 6age of.Saerarfisri- to, Calif., visited a few days last. Week with his uncle, J. B. Johnston. HV Whs enroute to Jersey City, N. J., to. visit his daughter and see a new grandchild. Mi'. Gage, who Is in the shipping department at McClellan Field, had not seen his uncle for 30 years. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chambers spent Tuesday in Graettinger with their niece, Mrs. Jacobsbn, and her two brothers who were visiting there. Mrs. John . Haggard went to yirigiriia, Minnesota, last Friday for a visit of several weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Thurston. The trip was i made by plane from Mason City, to Minneapolis, lime one hour,-and'With-a close plane connection by plane there for Duluth.'.Another hour was con- Lv^-:^!^^.^.^A^JX3$&b Mrs WillWm"'anV'hrs""wlfr : fliiT"imi6 1 left Tntirla^foVtneir KttW a?' 1 ter vislfirig last week at CyHnt% ~with Mr. anct'Mrs. Percy Larson. Mrs. Larson js the former Sarah Neoling. Tnj* . second daughter, Hazel, and her husband, Don Daw, live ri6ar Stockton, CJalif. The Neellngs are 'former Algon<- ians and will'be, well remember"" ed.- Mrs.'Neelirtg visited Algona friends a few days the first of the week., Mr. and Mrs.'E. W. Lttsby went to Clear Lake Thursday and joined Mr. artd Mrs. Gordon Whisen- Hunt who had been there a few days*previausly. Mrs. Whisefihuut is the (former Marguerite; Dalziel, daughter o-f .Mrs, Lusby. The Busbys will remiain at 'the cottage during June. Mr, and Mrs. Gene Hutehins and children went over Friday for the weekend. MY. and Mrs. Whisen'hunl left Monday for Callfornia where they.will make their home. They are driving back via Texas, to visit relatives of Mr. Whisenhunk ./ .: ,. ,.-,..: Mr. and Mrs* Vincent Isaacson and little'daughter, left'Wednes- day for their home in Santa Monica, Calif., after' several weeks Here' with the former's mother, Mrs. George Boswell. JUNE 30 A, BIG DATS FOP. ARMY MEN! C^ftftECTI<5N; '.-"• Last week's issue 'Of., The Algona Upper Des- Moines should have stated .that'.V.GOunt'y -Farm' Bureau riiembership -quota .was 1,500 and that l',563 members had been obtained. The numeral "5" vfras.dropped' from- ea'oh' figuYe' :rt' a typographical error. 0e§ Moines Want Ad* Bring Results. Take Jlrnmie lynch's word for it! Be Safe! Come in and see us now for the fire that OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES! Don't think those tires Jimmic risks his neck on are specially built.They're production-line tires. The same tires B. F. Goodrich is turning out by the thousands to meet America's overwhelming preference for "the tire that out- wear) prewttr (ires.". The same tires we're ready (O s?ll to you! They're the new B.F. Goodrich Silvertowns with the wider, flatter "road level" tread that makes your rubber go farther. Come in aqd see,us today. .20 Pl'rtTM Lii/cn to the new B. P. Goodrich r<tJio quit "Dilicl ami Collect" uilb LIUI Lebr <u M. C. e* AOC atlunr/l, 1bur>t*i CONVENIENT T E R W S AVAILABLE O.K. Rubber Welders U8 N. Thorington Lester DeBolt Phone 308 ft E S5 * i^ ricl| If Ydtif have been discharged tfyfti the Artny-if you held A' gfade and wish to retain it-if you hhvc dependents - then act now". . . . June 30, 1946, is the last day off which $6ti-fian enlist in the Re|u!.1f Afmy and SJSll take advantage of twa^nf- pftrtnftt benefits . . . rdfehfibrf; ol your old' grade and faniily' afiowances. » EftUST MW «f YOU« ******* Fmnify nllowanacs for yoiif HfcpWdfents Will be ennrMWd Mimtlgnont ydu'f ctofistm'clit onfy if,you enter the Regular Xttny before July i, 1946. , II yott linvc been' disch!!r|e-rf fr6m Hie AfrhJ> and Wish f<v re- bnlist at yoitf did grade, you ' . your discharge. And befoYd July y..^.t.-._...--^.-. ,^^i- .Wwnr.-.lv^^ WKa*** ^R«w c n-n KB Sunday and Wfonday, June 16-17 Vunda M ...DADSA KIN&! 1-^41 M a k « «i5N"MIGflTy SP£CIAL"...wh«n v ^>*n ,-. ydu A || Com£ ovtp, Cool Off SHave fun !,; rous i . '-iiv.-ii V * , ' •.4j)/sWi'Ar*j' i, 'fSift-j I TJWTH*M P«f AIL ; :Tlft-IED IfBHTS... X L..THEIR LOK WAS. • A FLAME THAT j 'DESTROYED! It's Warner's Biggest! 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