The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1946 · Page 6
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pfppH^illf^ •ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES. ALGONA IOWA. Rock Hostess &dck: The Ladies' Mite -bcietjr met at the home of Mrs. L. A. Krueger with Mrs. William fehrfider assisting hostess ThUrs- jay j afternoon; There were f'sfttrid 35 present.' The regular yitiflfe and Bible Study! whs lA&nd lunch was served by the 'esses. The; next meeting will t potluqk ipicfiic held in two Is at ,the Lohe Rock school Ads. IVALUBSOFTHEWEEKI NEW LAMP , SHADES f - " Assorted sizes •• and colors. 39c 69c 79c 89c $1.19 Johnson's Baby Powder I Cream & Oil lOc 25c 39c 49c ANKLETS Assorted sizes and colors. 20c 25c 39c WATER TUMBLERS 3 for lOc 5c ea. 7c ea. jSII PICTURES OF ORIENT Lakota: A family reuhion of the Tormes was held at the F. G., TorineV last week Monday. Those preSetti. besides the 1 hosts were; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anderson, nee Ellen Torine of Manchester, S. D.; and their.son Robert of Milwaukee; Wis.;'Mr.'..and Mrs. Edw, •HUtterstrum nee Hilda Torine of Baraboo, Wis.; Mr. arid Mi\ Perry Torine and on Lyle of Algona; .Mr. ,and Mrs. Francis Tdrine and two children of Swea City. Visiting filled the?' hours between "eats" and "Bob," who spent four years in service, two in the States and two in Honolulu, showed pictures taken in Hawaii; also some taken in China by Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed HiltefStrom, who was recently discharged. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wafburton were also guests. At Ihsutanc* Picnic : > Arlene and Marilyn. Ennon, daughters Of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swalves last week Tuesday and on Wednesday accompanied the Swalve family, to Spencer to attend .the district picnic of the States Farm Insurance company. Reunion rfeat> Bancroft . Mr. and Mrs. Ed fHulter^.rufn and son Harold, Baraboo, Wis., attended the HUlterstrum family reunion at the Oscar Jo'.msons, south of Bancroft last week S^t- urday and Sunday. They ,als9 visited' Mrs. Hulterstruni's broth 1 - er F. G. Torine and wife at La r kota during their stay in the county. Thqy .left for home Friday morning. ,.';',' Death of Bifoitief ' ' Mrs. Roland Smith Sr. received a message last-week Tuesday of the death of a < ' brother, Cecil Cairns at his home at> Correction;ville, la., that morning. ' Mrs. Smith' and her daughter Mrs. Paul Kollasch left Friday to attend the funeral.. , Mrs. Henry SWalve and daughter Hulda were business visitors at Elmore last week Tuesday. Mrs. Henry .Swalve entertained her mother,. Mrs.' Hulda Krueger of St. Pauli Minn., last week..... Katherirte BeCker is'helping at her brother Arnold Becker's near Buffalo Center ,\ for several weeks. , ; Mesdames J: E. Ukena and >J. W. Cook entertained 12 friends at bridge last week Tuesday evening. ,. Mr. and Mrs.' C. C. Gerzema took their son Larry to Fort Dodge last week Monday for foot treatment. •-<"' Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Dorsey, Mr. and Mrs/Frank Nitz and Eli Edwards went to Crow Lake, S. D., recently on . a 'business ,-trip. • Mrs. Einer .i.Ravn drove to Wells, Minn,, last week Wednesday to meet her sister Mrs. Ever- tets Hackett of Stillwater,- Minn., who came for a visit with the Ravnsl Mrs. Fred Schroeder -drove to Get in j the Swim!; ""mittr m For smooth, even Power it's Phillips 66!* : • . : ;.'••:•'*. '•'•... '' ' . . rrny are-ipore And inore and ','; gallons of Phillips 66 Gaioline being tiled by smart motoriJW? fiecauie they'Vi; di^coY- '(.':. ered how impprt^nj pur tyMra of " we»th«f- . Controlling" Phillips 86 it fo tb«ir dming. :'.•}..-. Easier starts in told weather— §oiooth«c driving in'bot-^an.4 mor4 economical drir- '; ing all the time. TTh«t'i lirhat PhlUip» 66 i! - airas to d«fpfyou.'^ '... ' ; ".". ' • » '/ ' Why witfc a v Station with the or«|if «.»*«|'6J«*k i^HiM In fteetl •,; '"" "' " ' mjf ; ;>.; • •£•• '.(^i^ : ^M^(|tefii m^^-^msam ; «wr 8 ' Slue Earth last Week to meet her daughter Diana, who came from Mankato via bus, after a visit with her friends, the Ray Anderson girls. Fred Stroebel is still at the Mounds Park hospital in St. Paul but his condition is much better. William Baum was a business visitor at Blue Earth, Minn., Thursday. Recent guests at the Lauren Thompson's west of town were Lauren's parents, Mr. and Mrs< Reat Thompson, Forest City, and his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Vernelle Thompson of Minneapolis. The Rev. F. F. 'Darriauer and family left Thursday morning for Cresco for a visit. With friends and later went to Dutouque for a visit with the Rev. Darnauer's mother, a (brother and a sister. They expected to be gone a week and will take the rest of their vacation later. Dorothy Ukena and Bernadine Gerzema drove to Buffalo Center last week Wednesday afternoon and. brought home little Kent Gerzema, who had been visiting his aunt Mrs. John Bruns a few days. A family picnic was held last week Sunday at Uhe 'Raymond Winter home honoring Cathy Huss ;and her sister Marcia Huss of St. Paul. Besides the hosts and honorees were: the Emory Smiths, the Henry Mitchells, Lakota; the Ray Estles, Ledyard; the Caleb Hartshorns and Leroy Estle, Seneca; Jeanne Estle, Swea City and Leon McCoy, Armstrong. The St. Paul visitors left that evening for home via bus from Blue Earth. Former Algona Girl Here From Arizona Mr. and Mrs. Otis Paddock and daughter, Miss "Pat," came from their-home in Phoenix, Ariz., last week for a visit at the home of Mrs. Paddock's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Trlbon and many old Algona friends. Mrs. Paddock, as Gladys Tribon, was for several years society and news reporter on this paper, and she has always been held in high regard here. She and her husband have been located in Phoenix for 20 years and have established a prosperous store and filling station there. They made .the trip to Algona by auto and enroute visited in San Antonio, Houston and Galveston, Tex., and stopped in New ' Orleans fur a few days. Last week they left for Mountain Grove,'Wis., for a visit, accompanied by'Dr. and. Mrs. Tribon. Dorothy Tribon, now Mrs. Herman Leeftink; lives at Mountain Grove. Masonry School Underway, Today The first' training session for the-Algona school'of masonry ba.- gan this morning (Tuesday) at 8 a. m. at the fairgrounds with 15 men registered for the course. Under the supervision of the Iowa Retail Lumbermen's Ass'n and the Structural Clay Products Institute, the nien will.toe.: taught bricklaying, laying Cement blocks, mixing mortar and other fundamental knowledge needed in construction work'.' \ Ben Biggs of Sheffield was giving instruction in bricklaying, and J. M. Anderson, field engineer of the clay products group, was to assist. ST, JQE NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL Swea City Lady Hears From Norway After 6 Year Silence 'Swea City: Six years of anx-, ious waiting ended happily last' week for Mrs. Emily Peterson wihen she received news of .relatives in Norway. The news came! as the climax of another happy reunion when she arrived in New York City with her daughter;.£l- nbra of Tama to/visit, a-brother whom."she had riot-'seen for ,'.47 years./.-' , , ;' ;Born., in Norway, Mrs. Peterson and'--her brother came,,to th,is country, over 60 years ago w\t\en the brother was an infant. They left behind in the old home near Oslo other • brothers and sisters w.ith whom "they kept up. a correspondence through the years. IiV'19&9 the Nazis marched into Oslo: The last ..word received,by Mrs. Peterson came early in 1940, when a • letter came from her sister. The sister, although seroiusly ill, was being, forced to eyacuate.her home and flee^ to the country, although she., ^"was bedfast and liad.np fclace 'to.go,;.' "Early this month -while,;Mrs; Peterson and Elnora were visiting her New ' York :brother,, .a nephew : arrived., from. .NoPW^yi, He 'brought tidings- of 'his 1 mothers recovery from <her illness and reported that all the family had been spared, although Airs; Pet-, erson's brother, a man i.i nis fifties, had spent five years -in a German concentration camp' be-i cause oi resistance to -the Nazist • The nephew also, reported .thai Norv/epians are still in dire need of cltith'pg, although. American relief parcels' 1 are Coming throughl One of the. main objectives 'in visiting New York was to buy.clothing to take to his children, since none is available in' Norway.at any price. Donate $40, Sum An offering of $40 was received at the Methodist church'..Tuesday evening when the Rev. and Mrs. P.aul Paulsen of Oslo, Norway, were guests at the Methodist church. The Rev. Paulsen, who is pastor of the largest Methodist church in Norway-, gave an address. vHe. and his wife and the Rev. Erling Falck with his. wife end,': daughter Gladys of 'Crystal Lake were dinner guests, of'the local pastor, the Rev. S. H. Hammer, and family. : der lights on the local diamond: Members of VFW are planning a one-day celebratoin to be held on JUly 29. The Royal shows, which recently exhibited in Armstrong and Algona, have been engaged to furnish the street carnival and entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lowry of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting Mrs. Lowry's grandparents, Olof Pearson and the T. F. Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bamford of San Francisco are spending a month at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson. Adrian Clark is visiting his brother John at Townsend, Wis. Their sister Mrs. Nora Boyce of Batno Rouge, La., will also come to Townsend. Mrs. Laila Peterson returned Monday to Kansas City after a visit with her parents, the Andrew Bergs. Her son Gary will remain here for the. rest of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Simmons received word that their daugh- le, Alha, and her husband R. S. Evans are parents of a daughter born July 2 at their home at Strawberry Point. The Evanses have an older daughter. Mrs. Howard Hosier and children of Superior, Wis., are visiting her sister Mrs. Roy Kluger and other relatives here. Howard is now employed as a fireman on the Soo line out of Superior. . Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Payne and Mrs. Payne's mother, Mrs. R. Glenn Brown returned to Chattanooga, Tenn., after a week's .visit with the Sam Links and other relatives here. Bernard, who is employed by an oil transport company in' Chattanooga, served in the Pacific theater with the. air force and received nation-wide publicity in 1943 when the plane in which he was a crew-member successfully completed an observation mission over Truk, taking aerial photographs which were of utmost importance in planning the subsequent attack. C. G. Dourte returned Thursday from Los Angeles, Calif., where he had gone to attend the funeral of his sister Mrs. Claude Spoor, who died June 29. He was accompanied as far as Denver by his brother George, of that place, who had accompanied him to Los Angeles. Plan Celebrations ,>.-Swea,;City: Local service 'clubs arid patriotic organizations are sp9nsoring. .: three . public: L^enter- tai'nments 'this: month. The first, on Tuesday, is the Zailee broth. . P6st, 'American . Legiojr: It: will give two performances on. the Fred Peterson lot five 'Blocks south of the DX station. The afternoon performance will be at 8 and therevening sh'pw at 8. On Wednesday night, the;local Lions club- will- : play a softball team •from 'the Algona Lions club un- Caroliric Kirsch, ,Algona, spent Sunday with friends in St. Jqe. •" . Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schultz of Evanston, 111., visited the past Week at the Will Reding home. , Mr, and Mrs. Karl Krause of Chicago, 111., arrived Saturday to spend the weekend at the Will Reding home. '' The Riverdale Rustlers' 4-H club held their annual, picnic July 2 and at noon- they enjoyed a wiener roast. iii . > '• : • i Mr. and Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas and daughter Darlene returned Tuesday after spending several days in Minneapolis. / Rosalee Reding, St. Joe, and Sheralyn Kramer, Livermore, were visitors at the Will Reding home the past week, .' ; Mr; and Mrs, Clarence Erpelding, newlyweds, arrived in St. Joe Wednesday at the hbme of Mr. Erpelding's father, Peter Er- peMing. They :\vere mawied June 41 at Muenst.er, Tex; : Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales anjd Mrs. John Altman and Ptsna qf St. Joe and Mr, and Mrs. Walter llbert of Alg6p$ left .Thursday for Techny, III,,- Saturday, July 6. Sister Carla, tihe.^prtner Lu^ cille Gales, was i,nve$ed ' as a mm in the Order o| vflie Holy Ghost. - ''- :V '* Mr, srid Mrs. Ralph Re4 Jpg are parents of e 7'»,s4wi«Hter born Tuesday : at ;the Mwreery hoS' pRal, Whittemore. The Retjings new have » {amily of three girls and Qne bpy. The Bedlng. phi}- djf-en are at their materna} grand' parents, Mr. an4 Mrs. Ti* Mrs, Harry *l Wjr. »n4 prWe, reeejitjiy frp«n service -i vfe itif. ; .at hwe a few days." Believe 1 fin Progress (As the above picture-pf recent concrete floor lay- Ine at our feed store shows you) ' AND WE ALSO FIND A KINDEED SPIRIT IN CARGILL Who bends every effort to bring out the newest and best in FEEDS, Cargill Feeds return you MORE in pounds of pork and poultry per dollar spent. Come in and see us on the Milwaukee Depot corner — we think you will become "Car- minded" too. : ' 36% HOG 27% PQULTBY GRAIN 8o% LAYING MASH <'.^ ' .w*4SS* ; ;%". ; ''^|# ' . 1 #- i . ; ^Wp!>j^.'";.-|- ; 5™, wSSjsR'j-SV'Ivll kl'S 5- iJSSlB =&,. •fesK.iSfesisisffSsIIB OB Corner Just South IV^lwaykee Depot Eugene Lyons New Commander Of Bode American Legion Post Bode At the regular monthly meeting of the American Legion held Tuesday evening, July 2, the following officers were elected for the enstfing year: Eugene Lyons, commander; Max Shelton, 1st vice commander; Conrad Rossing, 2nd vice commander; M. E. Helmen, adjutant; Howard Hemmestad, sergeant at arms; Ronald Olson, service officer; Cecil Johnson, historian; chair- manders are Thor .Selvig, "Emit- Gjefle, Joe I. Dale and Kcrtttit: Gran. Thof Selvie, legal) Led; Kinseth, finance, Milton Kinseth, , publicity; Kermit Craft, athletics. Mrs. McWhoftef Will Be Hdstew Portland: The Presbyterian church Circle D wijl toe entertained Wednesday By Mrs. Ray. McWhorter at her farm home. Mrs. Chris Bolde is chairman and.? the ladies will take a package 1 valued at 75c. Each will buy one and anything can toe taken from fresh home made rolls to feed WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS NORTH IOWA'S GREATEST FAIR — At — MASON CITY, IA. AUGUST 30,31 SEPT. 1, 2, 3 Showdom's Newest and Brightest MIDWAY ATTRACTION THE GREAT GEM CITY SHOWS ON THE MIDWAY EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING No Outside Gate on Opening Day— Friday, Aug. 30 Rides, Shows, Concessions of Every Kind Come to the North Iowa Fair Mason City, Iowa We've Been To Market! We Have It Coming! KEEP YOUR EYE ON The Chicago Furniture Market Trip Was Well Worth While . . . Deliveries Will Not Be As Speedy As We'd Like, But We Found What We Know You Want And We Have Many Carloads Of Merchandise Ordered, And We Suggest You Drop In To Keep In Touch With New Ship, meats. ^^^^^^ ^^Hr '^^jj^ .- ' W^PP^ •. ..i-;;-.-:,-^^^..rf, —;-.-^Hj^_; T^^..;/;.-. £^jjff.\ .;.- -^^^f'^-^HB;- ^^pfr • • _ . j..ft -,: •• jj.it,f ,*v .'..ii* 1 : f .,'. ,.. •$£.. -.'>•;'.•• - *; *,•" ".w:" v J 1 ''"''%'-"S?'-.' 1 .^"'~>"-K*h,J -^H "- 8SJ iSi ml

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