The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 10, 1946
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PAGE FOUB .AL&ONA Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wllklns recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nation at Yntler. Mr. antl Mrs. John Fonkcrt, of Orange City, recently visited Mi's. Margaret Hunter. County Agent nnii Mrs". A. L. Brown went to Ames Friday to attend the sports festival. Mr. anil Mrs. John Hestenlchiicr spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Duffy at Whittemoro. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tiintn visited the Jailer's mother Mrs. Laura Cronan at Hampton last week. Tlie Sexton church lias reserved the night of Thursday, Sept. 2fi, for their annual ha/aar and supper. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sheldon and son spent tho fore part of last week with Richard's parents in Eldora. Homer Tultlo left Thursday for Minneapolis to attend a buyers seminar. He will be gone several days. Mr. and Mrs. II. N. VVatUins and Mr. and Mrs. William Watk'ns spent Uist weekend at Fort Dodge with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Whcelock anil Audrey Fry spent last wii-kend at Park Rapids. Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Knopf of LuVerne visited their daughter and her husband Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zweifel Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. lioiner Anderson and daughter Joyce went to Fort Dodge Friday where Mr. Anderson transacted business. Mrs. William DeKruif, of Mason City arrived ' Thursday to spend Ihe week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stockwell. Mr. and Sirs. Tom Vipond have moved lo their farm wesl of lhc Y Wallburg tourist camp. Tho house has been extensivi'ly remodeled. Mrs. Ernest Anliker has returned from Mason City where she recently underwent surgery, and is now convalescing at her home. Mrs. Sophia \VaIdcra of Farso. N. D., is visiting her son and daughter-in-law Mi 1 .' and Mrs. R. G. Waldora. She expects to remain several weeks. Mrs. W. R. Laird and (lauffhter- in-law Mrs. Ray Laird Jr. and lit-. lie son of Sioux Falls, S. D., spent Friday with Mrs. Ella Laird and Mrs, Ethel Chubb. Mr. and Mrs. I'us.sell Weise returned to their home at Belle Plaine, Thursday following a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Don Weise. The men are brothers. The Edwin Wolcotts attended the wedding of Mrs. Wolcotl's niece Darlenc Fosnes, Lake Mills, to Adrian Saxrudc. also of Lake Mills, Sunday. Sept. 1. Mrs. Minnie Holland, mother of Mrs. G. W. Sl'illman, has returned to her home at Maxwell following a visit of several days. The Stillmans spent last weekend at tho Okobo.iis. Mr. and Mrs. .T. C. PriUil of frock Rapids are visiting the latter's sister anrl her husband Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Vopond. Mrs. Prahl is the former Lela Collinson and is well known here. Atrs. F. M. Sterltnff and Mrs. Homer Anderson visited Mrs. William Pestotnik at Boone last week. The Pestotniks formerly lived here. Mr. anil Mrs. Frank ?lo'fli*r aiitt daughter Veva of Indianapolis, Ind., were recent visilors al Ihe Bert Cronans. Mrs. Hofler is a niece of Mrs. Cronan. Mrs. -Ezra ftlanchard returned last week from Waterloo where she spent a We'ek with her daughter Mrs. Wayne Wolfe. Mr. Bla'n- chard went after her. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Wood were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson, Mrs. Christine Hill of Belmond, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hom- cr.vold of Swea City, and Melvin Homervold of Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. II. -E. Stophcnson took theiiv granddaughter Sharon Kay, to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Glen Scott, of Mason Cily, Friday following her three weeks here. Rctty Lou •diiag'htei of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Towne left last week for Appleton, Wis,. to resume work as speech pathologisl in a school there. She attended summer school at the state university, Iowa Cily. Mr. and Mrs. George Wesley went to Fort Dodge Wednesday on business. Mr, and Mrs. George Wesley previously had been at Mason City and attended the Norlh Iowa fair. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson A'ent to Fort Dodge Friday where Mrs. Anderson spent the day with her sister Mrs. H. D. Stciner and Mr. Anderson went on lo Iowa Falls lo attend a business meeting. After spending- two weeks vacation with their respective parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grefe of Hoi- stein, and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cruikshank. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland E. Grefe have left for Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winkle and their niece, Frances Larson, returned Sunday from Davenport where they visited since Thursday with Mrs. Leo Colter and family. Mrs. Colter is a daughter of the Winkles. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Valentine met their daughter.. Margaret at Fort Dodge, Tuesday and brought her home for a few days vacation, after which she returned to Mercy hospital, Des Moines. where she is a nurse. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ulrich have received word from their son-in- law Albert Simon, of Los Anaeles. lhal a daughter was born by Caesarian section to him and his wife •lasl Friday, but the. infant live"! onlv.till Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundagc left last week for Blythcville, Ark., to visit their daughter Mrs. J. W. Biggers and family. Enroute home they will slop in Des Moines Sept. 18 to atlend a slale liquor store managers meeting. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cartwright left Tuesday for Denver, Colo,, for two weeks. They will visit Mr. C'artwrighl's brother. The Carl-, wrights and Harry Herrs spent the Harry Herrs spent the previous weekend in Creston. Mrs. Walter Will returned last week from Iowa City where she had 'been with ,her daughter Barbara, a patient at Ihe hospital for diabeles. Barbara is gaining, ibut will have to remain at the" hospital for a few more weeks. Mr. and Mrs Ernest Vogelpohl and daughter Charlottg, of New l)lm, Minn., recenlly visited Mrs. Augusta Lavrenz and Elda Lavrenz. They were enroute from St. Ltitils, Mo., where 'Mr. Vogelpohl had Iransacled business. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Strantlbcrgi of Storm Lake were last weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker. Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Corey of Dos Moines returned home Friday, having completed a few days visit with Ihe Beckers. Mr. and Mrs. Dclbert Anlikcr and daughter Marcia, returned to DES M01NES, AI.GONA lOWA^ arrived. PrlAdy for a *>isflt of'Sev- eral days with .Bfer ilftele and'Stint Mr. attd Mrs. William. eafney.^The Cdrneys 'daugiite'r, Mrs* Hri^Vey Niohtert, and their granddaughter Mrs. 'Hglen Weir ahd fchlWfen Gene arid Judy df drflettlriger, spent I'plday.hei'e. , pstiwaift,, a^iiiftittt' of Mrs. John McEnroe, who is spending i a 'month with her parents, will return Sept. 16 to Evartston, 111., to continue Work In the. Bureau of Recreation there, and niso.continue studies to attain her iM. A. degree in public school music at Northwestern university. Mr. anrt 'Mrs. II. W. Thompson Iqft Friday for Cottonwoodi Ariz., whore they will spend tl\e next several months. The Thompsons FARM WIRING APPLIANCE REPAIRING WIRING OP ALL KINDS ELECTRICAL CONTRACT me PHOnE 2O-2O6WEST STATE ST. n 7afa# "faxt&rivert itv/tf/br/t/ See us for the tires that OUTWEAR PREWAR TIRES "For safety's sake," says Mr. R. W. Thompson, driver of Yellow Cabs, Louisville, Ky., "I want the protection of the new B. F. Goodrich Silvertowns. No prewar tires I ever roje on could match them for ruggedness and traction." Over 17 million miles of tests were run on taxi fleets, police cars, and on the B.F. Goodrich test fleet. From these tests came proof that the new B. F. Goodrich Silvertown was a superior tire that outperformed, outran, outlasted, and outwore prewar tires—even at high speeds. Supplies of this new tire are still limited. However, we'll do our best to keep your car rolling until we can get new tires for you. listen lo the »eu> B. F. Goodrich rtdio <JWM "DtHcl aad Colltct" trttb Lew Ltbr *> M. C. on ABC network, Stluri PluiTM toe-it 1.1 mm WELDERS Lester DeBolt 118 N. Thorington' Phone 308 B.EGoodrich their home at Davenport Friday, were in CoUonwood • lasl winter. Mr. Thompson, who is with tho Pioneer Hi^brcd Corn Co., is doing some special seed corn develop- menl work in CoUonwood. Cmdr. add Mrs. Mell >A. 'Peterson and sons Mell and Charles left Friday for their home in Arling- lon, Va., afler a few days here wilh their parents Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mtirtagh and Mrs. Viva B. Peterson and the T, C. Hutchisons. Mell Jr. has been here the past few weeks visiting his cousin Tod 'Hutchison. Mr. artd Mrs. Kobcft Lovstnd of Burt/ore parents of a daughter Susan Kay, born August 19 at the Kossuth hospital. The little lady having concluded a visil wilh Iheir respective parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernesl Anliker and Mr. and Mrs. John Bleiler at Wesl Bend. Mrs. Charlotte Pafsoiir. has re" turned lo Des Moines where she mak,es her home with her daughler arid son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hahn, following a visil wilh her, son Victor, his family, and the daughter Mrs. Henry Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrcll of Perry visiled Iheir son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tutlle lasl week enroute lo Tacoma, Wash., for a month with another daughter and her husband. The Burrells arc making the trip ay auto. Mrs. MCda Rcdfielil and her brolher Raymond Ward returned last week from a visil with their brother-in-law and sisler Mr. and Mrs. Waller Carey of Wolf Point, Mont. Mrs. Carey is the former Quinla Ward, well remembered by friends here. Jean Fitch has resigned her po-' silion as bookkeeper al the Algona Cocperalive Creamery and is now employed at Iho North Star Dairy in St. Paul. She began her new duties lasl week. Jean was employed in Ihe local creamery four or five years. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ludlow, who had been living at St. Louis, Mo., came lasl week to visil Mrs. Ludlow's parents Mr. and Mrs. Gail Towne. From here Ihe Ludlows wenl lo Indianapolis where Mr. Ludlow will "teach "mathematics"in Ihe high school. Lorraine Tierney returned lo Des Moines last week following a few days wilh her aunt Mrs. Bridgel Tobin. She was accompanied by her nephew Craig Tierney who had been in Des Moines and wenl from here to his home at Mason City. John McEnroe has returned to his farm al Moose Jaw. Canada, after spending a few days with his family here. He reports crops there in excellent condition after a few years of adverse climatic conditions, thus far everything promises a bumper crop. Helen, daughter of attorney and Mrs. L. A. Winkel, left last Tuesday for a month with friends at Boston. Mass. She Was graduated in August from Mercy hospital, Des Moines, and has -been nursing ar-tho Kossuth-hespi4al,'¥(*«re3BRB« -past-week. will resume work on her return Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker of Emmelsburg arc. parents of their fourth child, a daughter, born August 31 at a hospital at Emmetsburg. Mrs. J. E. Walker, mother of Mrs. Kuecker, and Mrs. R. O. Bjuslrom, a sisler, and Mrs. L. R. Walker wenl lo see the baby last mid-week. Mrs. Estelle Lawlyes of Chicago first child. Mrs. Lovslad former Shirley Voyles, is Iheir is the daughter of Mrs. Glenn Ci-illy. The mother and 'baby v?ere guests for a few days at the Crilly home before returning to Burt."" Edna Gilmorc left last rWCCk for her home in Fort LdUnderdale, Fla.. after spending two weeks with her mother Mrs. Irene Gil- mtfre. She was 'accompanied toy Laura Fanning, who joined her here after visiting in Chicago. The two had vacalioned for three weeks in Ihe Adirondacks in New York before coming here. Recent guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Al>{rhompson were Mrs. A. O. Bo- garcl of Porlland, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Strand of Rockford, 111., Mrs. C. J. Trepstra of Dar- linglon, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Scott and daughter 'Madge of Corwith The women are sisters of Mrs. Thompson and are members of a seven daughter family. Bernard Green came from Mar- shalllown lasl Sunday to visil his molher Mrs. Tobilha Wilson, who returned with him for a few days. From Ihere she wenl lo Grinnell and Kellogg where she visiled her brothers. Enroute home she slopped at Hamplon to be wilh her son-in-law and datighler Mr. and Mrs. Wv C. Lumley, arriving home Thursday. . ... • ;• Mr. and Mrs. L. E. L-innan are at While Fish lake .near Hauer, Wis., on a two weeks fishing trip for Ihe benefil of Mr. Lih'nan's hay fever. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lo'renz lefl Friday lo join tHem for Ihe second week. Mr. and Mrs. M. -T-I. Falkenhainer were al Iheir collage on Lake Court O'Reilles, which is not far from White Fish lake, the fcz- Gcrald, Dean, and : *tifrry, so||s of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford, of Minneapolis went week after visiting the Lloyd Wel- lendorfs. the Fred Bartholomews, the E. C. Wilkins, Iheir maternal grandmother Mrs. Mary Miller, and their parental grandfather Mr. Crawford, at Whitlemore. Gerald was recently discharged from Ihe navy. Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 6. A. Thorpe, got horfie $i;iday from West fliver. Md., whgfe she had been a girls' camp counselor. With her was her c6*ojv^l-kdr; Alice pean Scott, of Hartwell,'Ga. y ' who remained here a few days. Miss Thorpe will now return to Ames to continue college, and Miss Scott will again , attend thb unl- versiy of Georgia. Dr. and Mrs. Doit Grettlfi and, sons Jon and Don of Chicago, re*turned home last mid-week following a visit with Mrs. Grettle'S parents Mr. and 'Mrs. G. L. Vohs. A family, dinner was served at 'the! parental home during their jpurn here, Mr. and Mrs/. Vohs and children Janice, 6artil; Jean and Jnmcs, coming from' West Bend for the day. - i Sgt. Henry Nelson was discharged from service "$t Sheridan, 111. He had been Ideated: Ide ff. at Fort Knox, Ky., and httd ff.yetir' and a half of service'. His \v1fejs the former Marie StOckWell; daughter of Mr. and *Mrs. Dale Stockwell. The couple have gone to Ruthven, their home prior .to Henry's entering the army, and he is employed as section foreman on tho Milwaukee. Mrs. Anna Wletlcinan, Mr. aiid Mrs. Glen Wiedeman, , daughter Sally Rae, and Mrs. Margaret Carlson, pf Burke, S. D., came Thursday for a week with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Vaughan. Mrs. Wiedeman is mother of Mrs Vaughan, Glen is a 'brother, and, Mrs. Carlson is the mother of Mrs. .Glen Wiedfiman. The visitors and the Vaughans spent a part of the time at the Okobojis and at Mason City attending the fair." John, son of former C. C. Secretary and Mrs. C. A. Phillips, ex- Algonans now living at Ottumwa, returned home Thursday following a visit with Louise Wadleigh. He had been attending summer school but had n brief vacation be- for re-entering the state university at Iowa City. Miss Wadleigh recently returned from Rochester where she had an operation for goiter. She has recovered nicely and is feeling very well. R. F. Perry and Ralph Brown of Oklahoma City spent the Labor day weekend at Remer, Minn., with Ralph's brother Ray, of Wells, Minn., and did some fishing. The three men have purchased sixteen lots on Trelipe Lake, near Remer. Ralph and Ray are sons of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Brown of Cresco township. Ralph is an oil cssayev in Oklahoma City and Ray owns a dry cleaning establishment in Wells, Minn. Grief Falls Three Times In Six Weeks At Sexton Home Sexton: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings have had sorrow befall them throe times within six weeks. First': Mr.'. Jennings' mother at Ti- lonka passed away the 29th of July. Then Mrs. Jennings was called to Detroit, Mich., by the death of •<her,.grandmother there, andnthis *wew?" t$r§. Jennings' foo.tlfer Mrs. Carrie Graham pass- 'a'wfly at her home near Titonka. the home of Mrs. Bill ftoith of town. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn 1 Gflbfielsort ,ana Glennda Sue were dinner and ^utper guests Sunday in '-the $QM- aid Gabrlelson hortfe near Masbh Qtiy. 'Hendrick -from -Silbley, '111., and Mr. and Mi's. Bill Brotiker. Visitors Wednesday rit the'Glenh Gabrielson home Were Mrs. .GtH brlelson's mother Mrs. V.lhnrle Layman of Webster Glty..afid Jier a,unts Mrs. H. R. todllSlto of We'b- $fer City and .Mr*. RttlHa Wees of W,orthington, Jnd. tMrs. Satfan ,W'lse Deceived word Wednesday that tye son of a cous- •ln, Mr. a'ftd Mrs. 'Charlie Cameron df MftcksbUrg, -la., was injured fa- , Mr. and Mrs. Art Swedel of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the Ferd Brethorst home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ellefson. north' of town, went to Spencer Thursday where they took in ths fair. The Sexton W. S. C. S. will meet" Thursday /afternoon next at U..YOU Can t Beat It! send «Plft*h /lly Mrs. A, M, Anderson (Chicago: A resolution demand- Ing a federal pension of $50 a month for all World".War-'I veterans 50 years "of age or over was passed here by overwhelming voice vote at the "Victory"- convention bf the IlHn&is 'Department of the American Legion. Congress, jitst recently, voted themselves retirement pay. If they deserve il then all citizens deserve •the same chance to provide for their retirement. This actibh shows the influence upon public Ihinking Of Dr. Francis E. Townsend and the Townsend Clubs of America. Washington: The senate finance committee, definitely committed to a full'pledged study Of the Townsend plan, -has just moved straight ahead into afarge scale inv^stiga- tion "of all aspects of social security". The committee has been voted $10,000 to do the job.—Adv. Largest Selling Hybrid Corn ORDER YOUR DEKALB TODAY FROM GENE HOOD, Algona C. V. BANGLE, Livermore- M. L. BESCH, 'Whitfetiibre MR. FARMER: 'Let Tlhdse Porkers Feed the Modern Wajr—^and Save Yourself a Cot of Work! Norton's are Building 'Em Again! Place Your Order Now for a Lastflpring o'tfr 'carpenters were kept 'busy'makirigNorton "Thrift" Hog Feeders. Farmers like them—instead of handling feed so often^ just fill c the feeder up -every, few days'. • Now we are making them with DROP or 'CAR SIDING. . 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