The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1946 · Page 3
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, SflP*. 3/1940* *ton Folk Home m 3,000 Mi. Trip .ibtij "Mf! flfld Mrs. 3len Helson .acebriitjanled Mr,, aftd i DOriald Gatorielson of Ma- Cityioh a western trip,'of 3,000 miles, . • , points ot Interest included the adlands of south Dakota, the Jllek Hills, Nameless CaVe. Mt. Iqshmore Memorial* Yellow- tdhd National Park, an oil well, t gold mine, a coal mine, a swim it,Great Sale Lake, a tour of Salt Lake City and Temple Sduare, Denver, Cheyenne and » Stop at the Omaha Stockyards. At Cheyenne they visited. Mrs. .oland Bode, a former Sexton :irl. Glciinda Sue stayed at the iome of Mr. 'and Mr^. Martin VHtnbach .while her folks were 5onc. Sisters Operated On Swea City: bori and Mrs. Mrs. Henry John- Arthur Pehrson, bisters, were subjects of niajor Operations at a Fairmont hospital piesday morning. They are reported to be getting along nicely. ode Auxiliary Meets JiBodo: Tuesday afternoon, septemiber 3. The American Le- |ldn Auxiliary will hold its first leetihg beginning the new year, tjthe home of Mrs. Thor Selvig. VSsisting hostesses are Mrs. Elher Hoverstein and Mrs. J. P. Jensen. • • . • 88th Birthday i tMonV Mrs. frank ttoflus on-' teHflihed tht members ,6f' the ible* • search6rfl clas& of the chilfth of Algona, last Tuesq&y , af teffloon • in honor of hef fflether, Mrs., Julia Dearch's 88th birthday anniversary. Thirty-si* pitt r Another Eicttpade i fliflt-'toig ! tfsh" which towed Ralph Morgan, Lloyd' Wellendorf and Ab Latifltzten around Spirit Lak6, .all of ohe night, last spring,, Is still on the loose. - Recently,"'the father of Mrs. Earl iLauritsoh,' Cresco .farmers, was fishing' in Spirit' Lake, when he g6t J strike. The party start- eo -.to.'pull in rthe fish when "bang," something hit their strike, and.away went the line. For- 46 minutes • the BOAT WAS PULLED .AROUND, THE LAKE .WITHOUT ANYONE us- INQ,OARg. /Jhen:the line came loose, and Mrs. Lauritson's father 'h&uled it in and'found a badly cHfeWed-roCk b'ass -on, the hook. Burt Folks Home ; Burt: . Mr. and Mrs. , Melvin Faber returned .home • Saturday after .spending., a weeks vacation in • Northern Minnesota; Wisconsin an;d .CanadEL , The children stayed'-at. the hom'e of their grandparents;' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph.! Sbhaller,. of .W«st- Bend. TOWELS and WASH CLOTHS especially for Baby «* Babies love their baths ... and the soft touch of McKem towels and Wash Cloths will keep ^ h « m ^applly gurgling Jong after the dally bath,is over His or her'very own set consist! «f one towel (2o"x 40") and two Wash Cloths (11" x 13") Whlf*. pink, or blue edging. Cellophane wrapped. $1.75 : ' • . '.' . .., : " ; Gieniilue domestic and Imported leather billfolds • ' l,u Morocco, alligator, lizard, Husxlan calf, pigskin, \. gout and stcerhideN. Good selection of einboswed tterns. Variety of style. Key cas^s to inateh iiy. : : • • "•. -.- ' .' ; •• $2.00 $15.75 . YOUJJ KAJPS lu 23-'K solid gold at no additional charge on cucli billfold and key case purchased here. PHONE 6 EASL " ,' t*» STAfi GlfTS • WATCHtS WAtCH REPAIR LOCALS t Mrs. Clinton Sampson returned last Monday after spending two weeks with relatives at LaCrosse and Ladysmlh, Wis. Mrs, Amelia Brown of Hunting-' ton Park, Calif., visited recently with her niece Mrs. Harry Nolle. She went from 'here to Lone Rock to visit relatives. Eleanor Kollasch employed In the County Auditor's office and Jean Putzstuck employed in the office of Attorney J. D. Lowe spent a few days at Lkae Okoboji last week. Sumner quarton, Sarasota, Fla., son of the late Judge W. B. Quarton and Mrs. Quarton, spent a few days in Algona last week, visiting his mother and manyf old friends. Sumner, who was born in Algona, Ralph Donovan Is again employed at the Botsford Lumber Go's.. mill-Works after a sojourn of a few years in California. The Donovan famil^ will occupy their home which has been rented to the W. G. Curtis family during their absence. Attending the Iowa State fair at Des iMoines Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Butterfield, Herman Geraldine and Dorothy Bleich of Algona, Alvin Beck of Swea City* Betty and Lois Schultz of Hayfield, and Merlin Schmall of Clear Lake. The Ira W. Hansons sent the office a postal card stating that they would like to have their address on the paper changed from Gilmore City to Fonda where they recently purchased the Martin O'Keefe Variety Store. The Hansens formerly lived here. Mrs. Ross Coleman and granddaughter, Elizabeth Ann Steil, came Friday morning from Louisville, Ky., for a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coleman and other reltives. Elizabeth had spent the summer In Louisville and Mrs. Coleman 'brought her back. Mrs. Loyal Young entertained a croup of friends and neighbors on Thursday afternoon as a courtesy" to Mrs. Dayle Craven, who with her daughter Patricia, is here from Astoria, Oregon, visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson. Mrs. Craven will leave for her home on Septem'ber 5. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ditsworth and son "Ronny" arrived home last ^riday from a month's visit on the Pacific coast. The trip was made bjf auto. They visited relatives and friends in Seattle and Portland, Oregon. They were prevented from getting a good view of Yellowstone Park on account of a fire in the park. ' Nelson Price, son of Rev. and Mrs. N. A. Price, came home last week from Minnesota, where he had spent his school vacation employed in a canning factory. The voung man, who will graduate from the Algona high school next June, is full of ambition and energy and allows no grass to grow under his feet. Barbara Haggard returned home Tuesday from Roselle, N. Y., Washington, D. C:, and Louisville, Kentucky, where she .spent the past two or three weeks.'In Roselle she visited the former Eleanor Thorpe, the iMell A. Petersons in Washington, D. C., and the Sterling Goffs in Louisville. The trip was made bjl plane. She left Mon day for 1 Eagle Grove where sh will teach public school music. Round Robin Of Moving, Swea City Swea City: September caused quije a shakeup amon] tenants of homes recently sold The Archie' Briggs family mov ed into the home they recently purchased, and the Ole Molans who were tenants, bought the Warburton property, but have moved temporarily into rooms over the Curtis Furniture Store until the Clyde Hewetts can vacate to the Warburton house. J. H. Holcomto, who bought the Clare Erickson property, tenanted by the Briggs family, wil move to Swea City from his farm next spring. To New Hospital ' S!-Sgt. Harley E. Chambers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chambers of Algona, has been transferred from the station hospital Greensbqro, N- C,, to the Oliver General Hospital, Augusta, Ga. for further treatment. Sgt Chambers has been in the army 4% years. Oliver General is an orthopedic center. Attend High Mass Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs John Kollash, -Mr, and Mrs. M, W. Kollasch and Eugene C. Kollasch, who was recently discharged from the navy, attended the first solemn high 'mass ol Rev. Anthony Zimmerman at St Boniface church, Westphalia, la. la-, Sunday, Aug. 18. Rev. Zimmerman was recently ordained into the priesthood, Suffers Groin Injuries Vincent' Oxley, 33, son of Mrs. Oscar Oxley, who farms, in Plum Creek township, was taken to the Kossuth hospital, Monday morning, suffering severe injur ies as a result of painfully cut ting himself in the groin while JMhe farm yard. . Boys.. Cut Cockleburrs Wesley; Rev, J. A. Biggs has been supervising a group, of bpys who, have been cutting cockle burs on the gen gdeh and Studer farms, EPJES In the pen, iiy f a«er, pjiiy Stweler, John Pilly Gsry Marco, Oscar Chandler Wajrd, Harold John Seder a,nd BarreU roup o- J, w. .tergd as Second ollwe at t W PfW PES Street— Phpn,es 16* J7 & R. g. class Matter at at AJgwa, Iowa, ol March 8, AJLOONA UWfift DfiS M01NES, ALGONA IOWA- JPAG13 Sec Storm Damage Fcnton: Mr. and Mrs' Ervln Wetzol and Wanda and Mr. and Mrs. Claire Bollingcr and Marilyn enjoyed a picnic Sunday at Pilot Knob and then went into Minnesota, where the storm hit. Ottoscn Folks Home Oltoson: Mr. and Mrs. 'Mike Schmidt and Mr and Mrs. Gco. Sruc'llman spent two weeks vis- iting the Black Hills, Yellowstone, Denver, Estes Park, Colorado Springs, and on the way back they stopped at Sabetha, Kans., where Mrs. Bruellman visited a sister and the Schmidts visited cousins. 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