The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1946 · Page 4
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Second Section Algona tijpr Tuesday July 16/1946 'wo Brides Honored At Lone Showers tS. QUINN AND i. JENSEN GIVEN IVELY RECEPTION .jnc Rock; A miscellaneous 'Wer was. held In honor of Mrs. Jurly" Quihh Tuesday after- lion at the home of Mrs. Dave fich. Around 75 were present. . game was played with Mrs. s^jyle Marlow Winning-first prize flo'ri it and Mrs. Fred Flaig won •Second prize. Mrs. Curly Quinn f,thi$i. opened her lovely 'gifts with f;.thg' .assistance of Mrs. Marry £M8htigorricry.;. Lunch was then fse^vcd by the hostesses, Mrs. f'Mfelvln Hawks, Mrs. Merwin ••.Mferlow, Mrs. Frank Flaig, • Mrs. '•Emll Kraft, Mrs. Jim Long, Mrs. 3 Albert Hutchison,,Mrs. Sam Mc- CJteish, Mrs. Ed McQuire, Mrs. Ed *~ i'm, Mrs. Dave Lynch, Bridget! linn of Bancroft, Mrs., Ralph [bmpson, Mrs. Andrew Thomi,.Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. ,11. Marlow, 'Mrs. Ray Bicrstedt, ;s. Calvin Householder. Honor Mrs. Jensen IA miscellaneous shower was held Thursday evening at the LShc R6ck church parlors in honor of Mrs. Dale Jensen, nee Donna Jean Bates. A game was play ; cd with several winners and after drawing slips of papers Mrs. W. G. Flaig won the prize. The loyoly gifts were opened by Mrs. Jensen with the assistance of her sister, Shirley Bates. Lunch was served by the hostesses: Mrs. C. E. Houcholder, Mrs. Dick Wet- zcl, Mrs. Don Marlow, Mrs. Lem Marlow, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Luella Bierle, Wilma Laabs, Mrs. Robert Hanna, Mrs. Ed Ohm, Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, Lillian Gregerson, Mrs. Fred Dransfeldt, Cecil Seegebarth, Mfs. Fred Flaig, Mrs. .Russell Bates, Mrs. Robert Bates, Mrs. Ornie Behrends, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Shirley Bates, Mrs. Eldin Marlow. There were around 80 present in all. Miss Charlene Rath left Sun-' day for a week at the Methodist cprnp at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. John Goff of Ma- plcton, Minn., spent Wednesday visiting the. I.'W. Nelsbhs. Mrs. Martin Larson of California came Tuesday for a visit with Tena arid Hans Jensen. The Lone Rock .band played at Algona ; Wednesday afternoon for the Centennial celebration.; there. rid jLawrdnce Newbrpugii."' spent ~ ursday ' on business .at Fort idee'. ' ••'• '<:"#•)••'•'•'<-'< •••••' '• June Beck Of Royal came ursday to spend the weekend i'ting her friend Charlene Rath Lone Rock. _ arlcne Volentine spent over !o fourth at the parental Jess ilcntine home and also this jekend there. jMr. and Mr ; s 4j A^ L. Jackson, of 'ncs spent Thursday and Friday utihg at the home of Mr- and rs. Russel Jensen. Mr., and Mrs. •••Dale :Earing of Tanta Maria, Calif-Moft-WedneS;- ,&y after a visit with relatives in id arpund Lone Rock;' Donny Priebc of Fenton spent i-om Sunday . till Thursday at .e home of his uncle and aunt T. and.Mrs. Art Priebo.' Oscar Wcstori and son-Craig of icattle,'Wash., who js visiting in .Igona, came Tuesday, to visit his stcr, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nyman. 'Margaret DC Long arrived jome Friday morning after a vis- . t» at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Tommy Mayfield at Racine, Wis. if Pearl Hanna left for her home & Forest Hills. N. Y,, Wednesday after a visit at'the home of her brother Everett and sister ">rtle. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends jd Leslie Behrends and Ardys artehson, the latter two of Bar- Seeking Recruits, Marine Yets Find Old Buddy In Algona When two of the'three in the above picture dropped into Algona, lost week, they were looking for recruits for the U. S. Marine Corps. We don't know whether they found any recruits at.that timei' but .they did unexpectedly run across an old pal and former Marine buddy in tile person of Harley Peters, center, of Algona. • ' ",At the left is Sergeant Lawrence Hart, Baltimore, Md., and at the right, Sgt. Herbert Slagle, Grinnell. All three served together from Camp Pendleton- Cal., Hawaii, and into\Saipan and other far Pacific battles. They were together for about three years with the second division, U. S. M. C. ' Hart and Slagle are to be in Algona every Tuesday, from 9 a. m. to p. m. at the postoffice to take applications for enlistment in the Marine Corps. Base pay for recruits is now $75 per month, and any physically qualified man, 17 to 26 and single, may enlist for 2, 3 Or 4 years. — ' supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flaig. J"hey and Mrs. Frank Flaig were Wednesday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Flaig. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bollinger and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heiter were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, .Monroe Heiter at Livermore. Lyla Schmidt and Janice Gade are spending a few days visiting the Henry home near Algona. Scheppman Mrs. Wilfred Radig attended: the Birthday club Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Louis Reidel at Burt. Tuesday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis of Lakota, and Elaine Kamstock and Ted Vera of Algona in honor of Mrs. Kadig's birthday. num are spending a few days at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs.X M. Rhyne and son Emil and daughter Mildred of Silverton, Ore., came Thursday to visit her sister Mrs. J. T. Cherland and family. •Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burt of Armstrong and the Clarence Anderson family of Estherville spent Wednesday evening visiting the Frank Flaig's. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard and Sally of Des Moines left Wednesday after a visit with his parents, M. E. Blanchard's and relatives at Lone Rock. •Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jensen and Don M.arlow spent Saturday evening aiid Sunday visiting Mrs. Don Marlow at Oakdale hospital. Mr. and-Mrs. A. E.' Jorgenson drove to-Mason City, Thursday, to .take .their son*Jam,es and..Lester Schultz and Charles Haw^Sfv all have enlisted in the nffvy; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Helen, Don, Dick and Jerry and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kruegcr, Janet and K?nnit left Mrmday for a vacation at Interlocken. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Williams spent Tuesday visiting their new grandson,' son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams of Welcome, Minn., at, the Fairmont, , Minn., •hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Earing of Santa Maria, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pct.tit, ; a.nd Cecil Seegebarth spcnr'Tuesday everiing visiting Mr. anad Mrs. Edin Howe at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanch- m-d arid Sally and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard were Tuesday evening supper guests .at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough; ; / ; Sunday supper guests at the home of Mrs. Ralph Biprstedt in honor of her birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Bierstedt of Mankota, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen took Genevieve back to Fort Dodge Sunday, where she is attending school, after a' vacation over the Fourth. They brought Verda Bell home with them for a visit until Tuesday. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russ'el Bates were her sister Mr. arid Mrs. Howard Strayer and family of Hartley and Mr. and' Mrs. El- don'Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bates and Donald. Gregerson. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends and Virginia attended the wedding of Dale Behrends to Bernice Prew at Algona Sunday. Thej' were also Sunday dinner guests before the wedding at the horrie of Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends Sr; :. Mrs. Maude Fish of Whittemore and daughter Mrs. Don Westbee and daughter Mary Louise and son. Bobby of Grand Forks, N. D., came Friday night to the J. M. Blanchard and A. A. Krueger homes to spend the night and Saturday. . . • ;Mr. • and Mrs. John Sprank of Washington,'. D: -.C., and Helen ^Sprahki wlerig-*TAursday-'-evenihg ^^...v^..,--;->-..; .v.y...:.-^. __ TWO SERVICE MEN UNION TWP. HOME Union: Two service 'men returned to their 'homes here last week. Frank Jenkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson came July 10. He was in the occupation force in Germany. He stopped at Davenport en route home to visit his sister Margaret, who is a nurse there, arriving here Wednesday morning. Ralph Taylor, who has been with the navy in the South Pacific was discharged as his- ship, and L. S. T., was decommisv sioned. He arrived .at San Frailr cisco via a navy transport Monday, July 8. He is-the son of Mr;, and Mrs. Earl Taylor. Has Tonsils Out Betty Sarchet came home Monday from Sioux City, where she attends school and cm Tues^ day had her tonsils removed at:: the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Return to Rock Island Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson and son Tommy returned to their home in-Rock Island, 111., alter a week's visit with Mrs. Peterson's folks, Mr. , and Mrs. Henry Dearchs. Mrs, Peterson was the former Berniece Dearchs. Newlyweds Visit ' Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bjustrom, newlyweds from Ames, visited at the Quentin Bjustrom home last week, hey; were 'marrie.d , ' the .week previous, coming-here from, '•a/honeymoon at the Okobojisi He 1>( a cousin of Mr. Bjustrom. Ruth Ann Bjustrom, daughter of the Oliff Bjustroms, has also been a guest at the Q. Bjustrom home. She returned to her home Inst Saturday. Th: reshers Get Ready j Thresher meetings are the or- dpr of the day as harvest has already begun. Oats promises to be a very good crop and corn likewise. Has Blood Poisoning Mrs. Glen Jenkinson is suffering from weed poisoning on her right hand. Buys, Moves House Bob Buschcr purchased the small tenant house on the Chester Bailey farm and. moved it last week to the farm of, his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joe 'Buscher, 4 miles wesX of Algona. To Make Home Out Of A Schoolhouse Bode: Cecil-Williams, who recently bought the Royal 400 station, has purchased an abandoned schoolhouse and will move it to Bode to be remodeled into a home, where his wife and son of Lu Verne will join him as soon as it is ready for occupancy. $123 at . ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT THESE? COME IN and see us if you are. You'll be'thrilled, T»h«n you see the complete wiety in erery ;| ' price bracket—the new and exclusive styles—the brilliant flashing'diamonds, trim ktff» ' aiossi ' ••'• -- MODART SHAMPOO ror nair that women envy ana men ^admire »i it to Ml ;-y; •':'•' '•|fftttjt,_M»4 Doesn't require ft 'rmi«. 1^ U»v«l kait you* MOOART Fluff iHAMPOO iUSBY&GIOSSI Garfield Resident For Past 51 Years Speaking of pioneers, Mrs. Geo. J. Struthers of Garfield twp. has lived on the same place for the past 51 years. Mrs. Struthers is now in her eighties, 'and her boys are farming the home place, but she keeps an eye on activities. 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