The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1946 · Page 3
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, JULY 23,1640 .ALGONA UPPER t)ES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. JPA8! THM6 • Norman of Seaitle, have been .visiting here vllh his mother Mrs. Osfcar Nor- mdfti., A family picnic was held ^..aslfsutiday at the Call State EUjparkV Another son, Edward of TChicago had also Visited here. A third son, Bill,, of ; Enid, Okla. f }is efcpeeted td be here, in August for a visit. , All three men work fOr Swift & Co. in the respective 1 locations. Mr. and Mrs. Don trauger and bhildren of >, Washington, D. C., fere expected this Week for a visit Ivvlth the former's mother, Mrs, jfT. A, Trauger. Mrs. Trauger imoved to Algoria about three lortths ago and is living/in her douse on east State street. She jfdfitierly lived in Algona, but has ppMt the past few years in Liv~""fore taking care of her moth- frho died during the past year. Its. Jessie Boeckholi of Buf* ||>'.G"nter has announced the gageh.bnt of her daughter Mil"l-?Thea to Robert O. Richter, pf Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Rich- ,6f Hermosa Beach, Calif., now ling the latter's sister and |f nd, Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Rid- wadding will take place gust and the couple will j'C'ailLone Rock where Robert iloyed as mechanic in a y^' 1 " I'Josephine Souihgate left |fpr Ypsilanti, Mich.,where J^visit her son Robert and (till July 25, at which time 1 leave for Chicago and for Long Beach, Calif. She will be with her sister and bfolheHtt-law, Dr. ahd Mrs. A. A. Larkey, at May wood, Calif., for a short time, and then will take an apartment at Long Beach, Where she plans to make hit home. Chief Yeoman And Mrs. Leftoy Schepprhan and baiby of San Francisco,, who have been visit- Ing the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman and sister Mrs. David Smith and family, left recently for Illinois to v|sit Mrs, Scheppman's parents. DeRoy will sail from San Francisco August 1, for Pearl Harbor. Mrs. Schepprnan will join him as soon as the. necessary arrangements arc made. Junior Long, son Of Mrs, Minnie Long, who has been attending the Idaho State university at Moscow, Ida., arrived Thursday for a few days visit with Ted Chrischilles. He was recently married,. and until he can find living quarters s in New York City, where hie is going to take a course in commercial p'hotp- graphy, his wife Will remain with her mother at Salt Lake City, Utah. Mrs. Albert Moyle of Aberdeen, S. D., and Mnrybelle .Taylor and her father, Mr. Taylor, visited Mr. and Mrs. Garns Ackerman, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell,' Friday, en route to Earlham for a visit With.Mrs. Russell Hester and family.; They will return to Algona later for a long er visit. ,Miss Taylor is a mis sionary and served in Africa fo three years of the seven she ha: been in service. : • Visitors at the A. M. Anderson home over the weekend Were Tuesday and Wednesday, July 23-24 / Bing Crosby Basil Rathbone in m IE COMES THE WAVES" "DRESSED TO KILL" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 25-26-27^ Hf.'.r,tr> BY 1HF INDIANS IBOB STEELE r. nrog ! F'<5rtfn'' >rt the home" of .. ' ; ''f returned' he. 1 " 8 ; rJt past foiir • ,«-Biinin^'M™- Rernffrd ft ^ i$ t"< s spending his *°Ix 'vW-vth' 'iome of the,form fr-' •ir^Mr, and Mrs. F. O ^ vawitibn iore's rural ;;bert hauled tj3>, • iOld \ yalyick w i uv, the nia~ \\YiM .5 ^Ulll- Added Serial, "Jungle Raiders" Mrs. Ray Gold and children'Bet- ty and Ray, Lois Nelson, Mrs David Lent and daughter Katy Mae, and Mrs. Albert Anderson of Albert Lea,'Minn., and Mrs Agnes Lent of Los Angeles, Mrs Anderson remained for several days visit. She is Mr. Anderson's mother. The Golds formerly lived in Algona, but for over three years have owned a cafe in Albert Lea. Mrs. Harry Moore of San An tonio, Tex., came last Thursday for a visit of several weeks With her Algona relatives, the 1 J. W., M. P. and John Haggard families! and the Mattie and Melzar Palk- enhainers, .md the Gene Mur taghs, Mrs. Moore is a guest al the J. W. Haggard home. She has been a teacher in the San Antonio city schools for 18 years. Her son Stanley is a captain in the air corps and with his wife is now stationed at Scott Field, in Illinois, across the river from St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sabin and daughter Lavonne 1 drove to Camp Foster, Lake Okoboji, last Sunday and brought home Geraldine Colwell, Donna Chamberlain and Vida May Lindhorst, who had been spending a week at the camp. En route home they stopped in Spencer to visit Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Solomon and the former's mother Mrs. Maude Solomon, an aunt of Mr. Sabin. Mrs. Maude Solomon is well known here, having spent a considerable length of time with her sister, the late Mrs. Estella Sabin. Mrs. Solomon had not -been very well of late but is better now. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson lefl last week to visit their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, at, Albany, Ore. Enroute Mr. Wilson was taken ill, and by the time they had reached Green River, Wyoming, was so ill they left the train. There was no hospital and the Wilsons had to take a tourist cabin. A doctor was summoned and it was found Mr. Wilson had a bad case of pneumonia. Mrs. V. K. Rising, daughter of the Wilsons, talked with her mother by phone and •has had other reassuring messages that her father is considered out of danger and is getting along nicely: As soon as he is able they will resume their trip to Oregon. Mrs. S. E. McMahon returned recently from a two weeks vacation with her daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmitz and son Peter of Storir Lake at the "Land-O-Lakes,' Can. They reserved a cabin on a rocky island, 25 acres in size and theirs was the only dwelling. To obtain meals, they wem by motor boat, across a channe to a hotel. Mrs. McMahon ant Mrs. Schmitz drove to Winnipeg for a few days, and were particularly impressed by the luxurious hotel service. However, in soite of the grandeur of the service the management was forced to hold rigidly to butter and sugar rationing, on a much closer scale than in the States. Mrs* McMa* hon was also aware of the difference in daylight, compared with Iowa, for as one goes north the longer the days become. Mrs. H. J. Sherman will be hostess to the Amvet Auxiliary Thursday. July 25, at her home here, The meeting will start at 2 p.- m Anyone Interested is invited to attend. The group will sew carpel rags, whch in turn will be sent to veterans' hosptal. Anyone with carpet rags which they will donate should call Mrs. John McEnroe, and the latter will call for them. Three Cars Collide A three-way automobile \ mishap occurred Monday evening in front of the postofficc, when cars belonging to Don Nelson, W. A. Bueghly and Norman Best all be- ctlne mixed up. Nelson and Bueghly collided, and the latter's machine careened into that of Best. None of the men were hurt, but there was some car damage done. In Mayor's Court Three minor cases were brought before Mayor Frank Kohlhaas, as of Monday morn. Oscar Romer was fined $10 and costs on chargss of drunkcn- enness and disturbing the peace. Vernon L. Hogen, charge;! with speeding, was released upon payment of costs, and Walter L. Gorman, charged with doing electrical work without a proper license, had his case continued until July 23. Corwith Hit By Hail Corwith was struck by a severe hail storm last Thursday evening, and 80 window panes were reported broken in the Corwith school. Some other dam- are was done in Corwith, also, but fortunately the jagged deluge of hail covered only a small area in that vicinity. SHOWER SUNDAY FOR ST. JOE BRIDE ; St. Joe: A post-nuptial show* ef Was given for Mrs. Clarence Enpelding. Sunday, July 21, at the St. Joe hall. Bridge and "600* were played toy the guests;' Mrs. John Altman won high score in bridge. The "500" prize was won by Mrs. Arthur lllg. Mrs> lllg also received door prize. Mrs* Efpelding received many lovely and. useful gifts. Darwin Hammer visited with friends in Dubuquc recently. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew O'Conner and daughters of Parsons, Kans., arrived Wednesday to visit relatives. Mrs. O'Connor is the former Stella Bormann, daughter of Nick Bomrann of Algona. Richard Thul is driving a new Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ratke and family of Hum'boildt were Sunday visitors in St. Joe. Joseph Friclingcr was taken by ambulance to Rochester, Sunday morning, for medical aid. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and Mr. and Mrs. George Thul attended the wedding of their niece Betty Thul at Clarion Tuesday, July 23. Moines Wedding Ruth Cruikshank left for Des Moines, where to attend the wedding Long, daughter of Mr. Chris Long, who live Algona. Mrs. Long and accompanied Ruth. At Des Union: July 20 she was of Zelda and Mrs south of her son New Telegrapher Job Lu Verne: Rosalie Trunnellc spent last Tuesday visiting at the parental Ted Trunnclle home. Rosalie, who has been employed by the Illinois Central railroad as telegrapher for the past two years has been transferred from Charles City to the Omaha district, and left or there Wednesday morning. Is Registered Hospital The General Hospital, Algona, las been granted.listing as a registered hospital, it was announced last week by the American Dsteopathic Ass'n, which publishes a registered hospital list. A ;otal of 190 such hospitals are registered throughout the U. S. ' HOSPITALS Inday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday July 28-29-30-31 H B WNH M! I ASPHALT Sf INGLES ENOUGH TO COVER 26 TO 30 HOMI5 2- Ji,||IS^ We have 210 Ibs. of CERTAIN-TEED Thick-Butt Asphalt Shin gles in storage, and we must vacate the storage barn ... SO OUT THEY GO! KOSSUTH HOSPITAL July 8: Rfchafd Schlck, Algona, Phillip Egel, Algprta, Kenneth Barker. Algona, Jane Casey, ton* sillectomles. July 9: Jean Ann Rahe, Ban* croft. Betty Satchel,' Algona, tonsillectomies. July 10: Mrs. H. H. Dearchs, Algona, surgical; LaVerne Meyer, Wesley, tonsillectamy; Dale Koes;- ler. Bancroft, tonsillectomy. ' July 11: Evelyn Hellman, Bancroft, tonsillectomy. July 12: Florence Merritt. Chicago, pneumonia; Mrs. William Bell, AJgona, medical; Mrs. Lloyd Gerber, Algona, girl. July 13: Mrs. Wm. Specht, Algona, boy; Mrs. Art Thilges. Algona, girl. July 1*: Mrs. Ewald. Voigt, Algona, boy; Mrs. Florence RUtledge, Algona, accident. July 15: Mrs. Lloyd Pratt, Algona, boy. July 16: Leon E. Cartwright, Algona, medical. July 17: Mrs. Clarence Eisenbarth, Algona, girl; Mrs. Clarence Arndorfcr, Corwith, girl. July 18: Mrs. George Wic- gand, Titonka, -girl. July 19: Mrs. Lloyd Martin, Algona, medicaL- July 20: Mrs. Edward Cink, Woden, girl. July 21: Mrs.. Erick Hawk, Algona, girl; Mrs. Wallace Hawcott, Hurt, appendectomy. GENERAJL, HOSPITAL July 8: Katherine Dutton, Algona, tonsillectoiny; Laura Wichtendahl, West Behd. tonsillectomy; Charles Ulfers,, Algona, minor surgery. ' . July 9: Mrs. J. C. Childers, Corwith, girl; Alton Rochleau, Whittemore. torislllec.tomy,' Leonard Studer, Corwith, medical. July 10: Mrs. 'Don Ramus, Irvington, boy; Mrs. '-Jacob Zwiefel, Fenton, medical. '•'•'•. July 11: Mrs. Carl Paetz, Algona, medical; Arthur- Krause, Irvington, medical. ••'•<••; July'12: Norma Pollock, West Bend, medical.. ' . ' July 13: Mrs. Albert Liekteig, Wesley, boy. . ', July 15: Alice Faye Fraser, Algona, tonsillectomy; July 17:' Mr. Lester Kenyon, Algona, girl; Bill Allen, Algona, medical. July 18: Arthur Maasdam, Lu- Verne, medical. ' July 21:/ Maxine Shipler, Burt, minor .'surgery. Book Softball Games The Algona Lions club is having a busy kittenball program, with games being played every Friday night. Games start at 8 p. m. on the Athletic Field dia* mond. Bode, Plum Creek, S'wM City and the Pioneer Seed teams". are all booked for successive FrH days. • , l SUMMER HARDWARE Rubber Tired Wheel Barrows HANOI CARTS $875 CLUB CALF HALTERS $375 2 Burner (Insulated) OVENS $575 ELECTRIC TOASTERS Wearever Pressure Cooker* $1395 1 Burner OVENS $235 Ashwood Baseball Bats $ 2 60 .. Kohlhaas Hardware.. 200 Squares Red Blend Grained Shingles. 65 Squares Slate Blend, Grained Shingles. 116 Squares Lawn Green, Plain A Few Squares of Green and Blue Blend. Note: About 15 squares are usually required to roof an average home. Regular Price $7.50 per sq. CLEARANCE PRICE per square while they last THESE ARE HARD TO GET AND THIS PRICE APPLIES ONLY ON THIS LOT OF ASPHALT SHINGLES Act Now! 3s* At The COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO, - 1 i "'it t'V • . 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