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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 23, 1946
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. .«*" f ri W GADE REUNION AT ILL STATE PARK 'ELL ATTENDED /hittemore: The annual Gade ^ftioh was held Sunday,- July 1j I at Gall State park:in" Algona Tifbse who'attended were as fblWBte: .- Mr. and Mrs. Herman N Syer, :•' Mr. and .Mrsr. William MSjpor Br.. Mr. and Mrs. William HSJiover Sr.,. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Jiflfii Hanover Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs Rjjflolph Hanover and family, Mr, and Mrs. Otto Bell and sons •Ejrner and Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. Mfiuric£ Schwindt, Mr. nnd Mrs< William Roebef and son Melvitt, MR and Mrs. Wilbur Roebor, Mr. aj|a Mrs. Maynard Roebor, Emma libber, August Roeber, August O&le, Wilma Dau, Mr. and Mrs. . Werner Gade and family, Mr. aM Mrs. Edwin Gade and fam- § Mr, and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, and Mrs, Alfred Bell and ily.:Mr. and Mrs. William' Otjde, Mr. and Mfs. Lorenz Gade aittl family. Mrs. Herman Gade, BflVmond Meyer. fldr, and Mrs. Lester Baas and WHiily.,of here; Mr. and Mrs. EJftll Bierstedt and family, Mr. § Mrs..Herman Gade. Fenton, and Mrs. Walter Bell and ily, William Bell and family. •and Mrs. Gerald Sprong and family West Bend; Mr. ana Mrs. Elmer Pjabn, Mr. and Mrs. Hueo Foulstich, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin WiChtendahl and family, of Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Robert BeU Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wittkopf, Mr. and Mrs. Hupo Gade and family, August ""Kraft, Forrest Gilmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade and family, of Algona. The afternoon was soent playing cards and -Bingo. Hugo Gade was elected president and Mrs.. iEdwinv.Wittkopf, secretary and,treasurer, ; for next year. AM F*n4V HM Bean 111 Mr.,,and. Mrs- L-ip;yd 'Walker 44- spn^ Gary;' arid/ daughter m /Abft accompanied 'by Mrs.. ll^;'j'ii t.Tt-ri J-L*_ -J.Ji-L _ n . i_ .. .. . t . rtffeidenwltli. .of here, and Mrs: Walker yisitfd 'with Mr. . nnd,: Mrs.: Arthur-' Fandel. Mh Farider suffered a" heart attack and has been in bed for six weeks and have to remain there for five more weeks. The Walkers . are . spending the bal- nnce of their var-pHon with Mrs. J,. E. Walker and other relatives . in Algona. '' - 4 Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaildt and son Eujrene, arp spending a week's vacation at Clear Lake. Mr. and .Mrs. J. B. Geelan were, in Minneapolis Monday of last week, where they; attended a dry goods shoy/., . . •. • , Mrs. An'na ,__ 4 daughter St6lla~' ^, v«u, .™yifiuc. Wis., are visiting at the home Of Mrs. Katherine. O'Brien. Ruth Braatz " returned ' hr '"*; from Wllwaukee, Wis.: last v,'. an }i where she had been visiting crl Pd relatives' the past four wea'' l if» nl i!' LATER COMMANDER M CHIEF tVASOME / MISSISSIPPI PROWO/M THE FIRST CLEAR WATERWAY, WHICH HAS SMCEMWE THE fVORTHWE,STOtfE OF.THE MOST IMPORTANT SKT/Of/S OF THE COUNTRY. - -j AVJJf A4-SI\0'T L VOC/8L£ BARf>£LE$ " /MUZZLE LOAVER.MW SHAMMERS ON EACH BAKf?£L -CANF/REASPAPIO LIEVE0 70 S£ mOffLYGUf/OFITS FROM TH£ BELGIAN ItoYAL FAMILY BY 8E/M/W.tfoSNA6 BEFORE COMM6TO /OHM MJ862. INDIANS H/APA WORD FOR rr/ THE waffo TOrYA" ORIGINATED FROM THE INDIAN WORD *KIOWA",s/6, "THIS IS THE PLACE" WAS MIStf/ATED ft 1670 BY AN IOWA P/Oft££R, JOHW LAWRENCE, POSTMASTER M A VILLAGE MAR CALMA/?. THIS METHOD OF HANDLING MAIL POUCHES MS LATER f>£RFEC?e0 M0MAOE TO SEW£SMALL TOWS " . SLAKE MAPPOU iv/a PAY&/. Fo«Ef,cH HISTORICAL ncr <?,? wiYKr>!x,vftvro law. fiWJSHEt) If/ THIS FEATURE. />fa,'i YOU/? COHWaum/JS K> TMSPAPid. Lone Rock Local News Mr. aijd Mrs. Rernsrd Elkqder Js spending his <°£u- r at the home of the form fs <par- v ents, Mr, arid Mrs. F.: O. Hahn. Edward . Farrell enjoyed _ , t week's vacation from Whittemore's rural route.' ' Andrew Elbert hauled the mail. last week ; Mrs. E. L, Chalus and daugh- . ters Evaline and Mary of Clare .« were last Tuesday evening dinner guests with Dr. and Mrs. J. « W. McCreei-y. . Mrs. Milford Elbert underwent an appendicitis operation at the McCreery hospital.. Tuesday afternoon nnd at last reports is > getting alonif fine. ' Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mey«r, , Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle visited with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke at Rodman, * Wednesday evening.- Prof, and Mrs. W: 6. Erase and . their two daughters left Wednesday morning -to'Viiit- with "febth Mr, and Mrs. Erases parent? at '» Battle Creek and Lincoln, Neb. Mr., arid Mrs, Oscar Schatt-^ schnelder, Davenport, yisit^d with old friends fcre and at the home of Mrs. Schattschneider's '» parents, Mr, aiid Mj% Frank BalgernanV West Bend, Oscar is t employed with the government * arsenals at East Moline. Mr, and Mrs, Everett Sigler J and daughter. Patoi); Ja,; Mr, and Mrs, Qeorge Frost and daughter, , t Bode, spent the weekend at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs, Elmer BeJJ, returning to their respective homes Sunday evening. Mrs, Ruth Monsel arrived here last week fpr a visit with her sis> ter Mrs, Qodfrey Mrs. lives at Moline, JU. "Mr. and Mrs, George SehuUt and faniily arrived here last Tuesday .from Sajie Madra, Calif., to visit at the parental home for two weeks, / / A bjrthday party was held at the home of Mr, end Mrs, jlle? last Tuesday evening in honop <»f son Francis, wh« is how* on s torlpu^h frpm Fort Lewis, Wash, Guelts were Mr. and Mrs. L*a§pjJiB^ and dau«»* ter AjJene, Mr, and Mr«, |U*fr t Poirpi awi Mm. Anna Polrot, Ai- f una, ,Mr, and Mrs. Frfnk urk, Rank Wilson, w* Bari Steier. Delores Marlow and Verda 3ell Behrends left Thursday for a camp at Cedar Falls. Merril Fae is visiting at the lome of his grandmother, Mrs. T. W. Collins at Livermore. Ruby and Arlet Cherland are attending the Lutheran Bible "lamp at Okoboji this week. Mrs. Wm. Knoll Jr. attended ,he funeral.oE her Uncle, J. L. Ditsworth , at Algona Thursday. Joe Walsh of Chicago, in., spent a couple of days last week visiting at the Hugh Walsh lomer * . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koryn of 2astletown. N. Y., came Tuesday to visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Alice Bierle. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz of Smmetsburg spent Thursday evening visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft. Mrs. Bill Radig and Frank and Villiam of Pasadena, Calif., came Thursday evening to spend a few •.days at the 'Alex Radi^ home, jr- J' . i l Rt -Lo.n g and iRoger, Mrs. * 'w. Blanchard, Delbert •/erie, and Mrs. A. D. tyew- v spent Thursday in Fort Mr. arid Mrs. Geo. Klenk and Florence Reynolds of Titonka spent Tuesday visiting at the home of Mr. and Bl^nchard. Mrs. M. E. Mrs. Rah>h Bierstedt, Mrs. Marinus Nelson, and Mrs. Wilfred Radig attended a Guests Day at the Lotts Creek church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Evelyn,Hume and Connie nnme Thursday 'morning from Washington, D. C,, to visit at the parental Alex Radig home on a three, weeks vacation. Visitors at, the home of Mr and Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom for the week were her aunt Mrs Harold Frederickson and cousin P,vt. Bud . Frederickson of St Papl, M'nn. Mr. arid Mrs. Rio Miner _ Fairmont, .Minn,, were Sundai djrtner guests at the home of Mr Ralph H'jrlburt home. The Ralph Hurlburt family spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and 'Am. Lawrence Rath. Mr. and 'Mrs. Milton Madison drove to Moorland Sunday to visit her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Grover Hostetter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiener of Burt spent Thursday and Friday visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs."Henry Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ablema:i of Reno, Nev., and Mrs. Alfred Pettit and two. sons of Emmetsburg and Mrs. Buma Schultz^ of Swea City called at the home of Mrs. E. M. Hawks Wednesday evening. Mrs. Charles Olson of Tacoma," Wash., visited there Wednesday. Dr. John A. Rustjfo of Hollywood, Calif., Alf Hawks of Coron, Calif., and Mrs. Gladys Poole of Los Angeles, Calif., came Thursday to spend a few days at the E. M,. Hawks home. Mrs.• -Bill Duddint! vof -Bancroft •and MrsY Wm."Enis" of VSahta Clara, Calif., .visited'' """" Wednesday. and Mrs. O. Richards. They all went to Algona in the after noon to call on relatives there, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Morris spent Monday afternoon as busi ness callers. in Fort Dodge and then traveled to Cowrie to yisi their' daughter and family, Mr and -Mrs, Jack Johnson, tha evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends and daughter Virginia and grandson Ronnie attended a shower Sunday for Mrs. Dale Bdhrends at the Jim Botger home at Em- metsfourg. Mr. and Mrs. Ornle Behrends spent Thursday, evening a t the kossuih Cog lily, K.S. IN niSTHICT C01THT No. 348«, -Ain-il Terms, 1940. TO ALL WHOM Jf MAY CONCKRN r YOU AHB HJ3UKBY NOTIFIED ThjU an. liiBtcurtient of 'writing pur- poi-llntr, to be the lout Will am Pf .iQlin I.aulientlml, . ceasecl. daieil 10, liavlnt, , , , been this iluy flleii, opened gntl read Monday the 5tll. iJay of August, IQ-Ui I* (lx«ci for Imtn-ins proof of same at tlie OiHm )ioH»a ID Aljfona, Iowa befqre the Pluti'lct Court , of County, or tie CJei'K P( V MM anil at (0 o'clock A. M., of the t|qy above pipntlofted all pui-sona interested are lieryby uotifleU ami r.equlr- a»l W ufipeai', ami show cuitse. If. any tliey. )*»ve, wljy »<tM instrument t bo probated ami allowed us an4 fqj 1 the last \V(U un4 Testu- riietit of s#lcl deceased. 1)8 tea at Alijopu, Iowa, July 20, •'• HKLKN WWTB, Clerk of. District Court. KELLY and SPJKS, Ally*., Em- metaburg, Iowa, SO REYNOLD'S PACKET SAU FUN NHfittl » « «w v»mm < "$5.05': , ««,- Mrs. Rystad Heads Swea City Auxiliary Swea City: The Swea City unit of the American Legion Auxiliary has announced its officers for the coming year as follows: President Mrs. Sam Rystad; vice resident, Mrs. Rena Haglund; second vice president, Mrs. R. E. Berg; treasurer, Mrs. Martin Dahl, secretary; Mrs- Fred Peterson, caplain; Mrs. John Anderson, historian; Lulu Haglund; sergeant-at-arrhs, .Mrs..' Gregor Deim; executive committee, Mesdames A. J. Bilsborough; G. D. Curtis, A. G. Eggers. Supt. Schiller" Home • Swea City: Supt. and Mrs. A. H. Schuler, Elsie Van Wert of Hampton and Violet Knutson of Bricelyn have returned from a trip through the eastern states and Canada. Misses Van Wert and Knutson, ai>e teachers on the local faculty. CONTEST OF HATS Ottoseri: The losing side in the Ladies' Rural club entertained the winners Thursday aftftf* noon in the Presbyterian church AtGONA UPPER fJftS MOiNES. ALGONA IOWA _ In Mavy Radio Swea City: John P. Karslen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kars- tofi, has enlisted in the navy and is now in the radio section at Great Lakes naval station. For the past year John was enrolled as an engineering student at Jowa State college at Ames. EX-HOOSIERS HELD A PEPPY RALLY Fenton; The Hoosiers from this locality held their annual picnic Sunday at the Ralph Dugan home, Burt. Anyone .may attend the event who has at some lime lived in Indiana. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Ferilon; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary, Mrs. Paul Mulligan and family, Bancroft; Mi', and Mrs. "Ted Green and familv, Herb Trenary, Ledyard; the Earl Trenary family, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunk- hill, the Mennet Trunkhill family, Jake Stewart, the Roscoe Stewart familv, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart .and David, Mr. and Mrs. Simnson. the Hiram Ackerman family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert .Ackerman, Janpt Sage, the parlors. Mrs. Eugene Kofi us Mrs. John Coyle were the two highest and each gets her name engraved on the trophy and gets to keep the trophy half of the year. To start off the entertainment Mrs. Mike Covle acted as direct' or and ench of the winners was cnlled on to do a certain stunt. •Then each was directed to make" a hat and Mrs. Eupene Hofius won the prize for the best and funkiest hat. All of the cllib members that hnd sewed 200 hours in the club for the American Red Cross were pivon a certificate of personal service from the Humboldt county Red Cross chapter. Ice cream anr' cake were served. Winners ware: Mrs. Flo ^I'-uthfM's, Mrs. Charlie Welter, Mrs. Edward 7,innel, Mrs. Holljs Cooper, Mrs. John Covle, Mrs. George Cooper. Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Eugene Hofius. Mrs. Herman Kramnr wns at thp " O. C. Tabnr home in Humboldt Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Win-en McMahon and Carrie Mae of .Algona at the parental Oli' <>ro > ver Kinseth home this* w'r.ek. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard if T-,on» Rock and Mrs. ' Ada Whitehill were last Sunday dinner guests at the Chester Alme home. Mh and Mrs. Ralnh Pichards and granddnuehter Glenda Nor- •nnn spent Saturday and Sunday it Marshall, Minn., visiting rela- The annual meeting of, ,the American R.od Cross will be Held "t the schoolhouse at R p. m. on July 23. Election of officers will be held. '' Bruce Sorenspn of Beach, N. D.. was a list Sunday afternoon waller ?t the Herman Kramer home. He is a nephew of Mr. Kramer. '• . . Mrs. Donald Westbee and children of Grand Forks, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. A/f- Kr^uger. ,of Lone-Rock were Saturday evening visitors at the Chester Alrtie home. Mr. and Mrp. Eapn Kjeer and M>'S. Co'-nplia Siefkin of Gilmore City called at the John Sasthof home at Gilmore Citv Synday H p nriette Saathof returned home with them for a visit, Mr. and Mrs. F,d Jung of St Louis, Mo., and Frecf Nash.'anc children Shirley and LeRoy of Gilson. 111., visited at the-John and Mike Coyle homes and i.also at the Everett Nash-home at Dakota City. Mrs. June is.a.'SJRter of-'-the two, Mrs;'.Covlesf.a;Kil .-Mr" Nash. It was. the-first vis'it'foi these peool^ jn ten vears. Gertie Coyle find Bernard Cbyle-'.return- ed to St. Louis for a few days visit and upon their return Willard Harrington, - of St. L'OUJ'S, a rtpnhp"' of Mike ' Coyle, came with them for-a visit. FAIRMONT J.C.C. SEEKING QUEEN The Fairmont Junior Chamber ot Commerce is on the hunt for girls! A queen is neehed for the Water Carnival festivities August 2, 3 and 4 so a Queen Contest is now in full swing. Any girl in this territory between the ages of 18 and 25, inclusive, and single is eligible, and the most charming and attractive of the group will become queen of the carnival. I All entries will be guests of the Junior Chamber August 2, 3 and 4 and Will have their expenses paid while in Fairmont the thre days. And yea, more, each and every entrant, will receive a beautiful prize, with a special award going to the young lady selected the winner of the contest. The queen, to"- be crowned at the dance at Inlerlaken August 4. -will be snt to the Minneapolis Aquatennial in 1947 with the, honor of representing southern Minnesota. Girls desiring to enter should sent their name, age and address j,. .,-, - ,--- to Arthur Edman or Dr. S. E. Ackerman family, Mr. and Mrs. Tande, co-chairmen, , Fairmont, TCm Trenary and Viola, Harold! as soon as possible and further Becker, Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Car-i information will be sent them. BUDGET v ISTtMATE--SeHOl>i, iN'OTICK:- •-TlK> lion nl »f I)MTM:|<H-« of \hf ..)m)#pnni)enl Snliool FtNtili't- nf Hurl, Hurt TuwiiHlilp, K'IHMIIIII CrMinly; luwft. Will moM Alifcfiwt 5fH. 1S(«. nl S I'. M.. n( School House, llui-l. Inwii. filxpn.vpi'f! »vlll IIP liquid ffil in 1 iiKiilnxi HIP fiillnwlntf osllmiiir.' nf I'xppndll ni'i 1 ." fnr Hip ypnr lipfrlnt Inpr .Inly 1, !!>!«. niii! pndliiK .Mine :]0. 1!II7. v,\ ilPtallffl RlntPif1/>li.i df Wrpltll* nml dlsliiii-Mfiiicnls, Imlli imsl m:d ;ini Idpn'Od will IIP il,vnllfll)I(> ill ill 1 " ' !•:. 10. KISKDIMf'KSKN. District Rrcn-tnn. Fund* I - :l KxpcndlHiros Tor Yrnr I ,Z c c l, Or-noriil $23.m Tumi CiMicnil Funil $.':',.1111 I'on/lK :i' d I III iM'rst 1.!' I U T'lijii All I'linmHi's $L'5.:»7;! I.S7 : ? £7 $:n.onn J.d'MI $:::'..iinn .*£- fs. In, 8.000 (23,0011 000 %i i 000 j.oon . .$13,00(1. H .?l:i.o!>!).t l $is,oils.11 .SfiTfhi!•>•'« llnliiiifp .Inly 1. in 1C: I. (Ii'lir-rul l''ur.d :!. l.rss Ifiil-iiH^ 1 KcjyiM'Vt'd Not t'ni^iournlirM'iMl |{M In ncc i (1. K, i. ,. - - . SHiniil HoilKC Fund $;1,IOS.S7- Kii. lux i-Pi' $1.oi)!i,iiii'iisst-nKi-il viilui 1 . $".7.:is ,. NuinlM 1 !' nf pi-r^nns of si-li'iol ii^-r-. L'OI ' - 1.' vii I mi 11'.'n, I !i 1.1 $< 3.1.1 (IT Munpyx II nd frr-illls. 10 IS , $7S.fi7(i ,"py. all of Burt: Mr., and Mrs. W. R. Smith, and Walter, Algona. Mr. and Mrsi Clarence Anderson, Fenton, were unable to attend because of Mr, Anderson's illness. •- • "• Fenlon Threshers Meet Fenton: A threshing meeting was held at the Fred Kluss home, Tuesday evening. Those who al- tendcd were John Munch, CJp.r- enee Anderson, Harold and Ray-, mond Dreyer and Harry Huase. Mr -Haase owns the threshing machine. • WANT ADS are the biggest bar- Entries close July 31. fH. W.POSTI TRANSFER Storage of AH Kinds fMsdince Hniilint? Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and drayina. PHONE 298 Algona, la. WHO'S TME <3UV 'WITH THE BOP/aUAFUPS -TM6 INVENTOR OP 7H5 ATOMIC eO!,1O? Phone 229 Algona Man On L S, T. C. Play Project Cedar Falls: Harold Brown of Algona, la., has been named to the technical staff for' the Iowa State Teachers college- summer production. He will serve «n,the building crew. '•••'.• The summer' production, "Hay Fever," is a sprightly comedy by Noel Coward and will be presented July 25 and 26 in the Teachers ' college . auditorium. Both performances wijl;be at 8 p. m. Hazel B. Strayer is director, assisted toy Leland Zimmerman; technical directo'r..' , • TQ BUY OR SELLrYou'lJ gcTa , 1'ong way before you can better the reader coverage . of,,. A& Upper Des Moines want ads! . 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