The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1946 · Page 16
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PAGE EIGHT- __1 .ALGONA tJt*t*En bES MOINES, ALGONA, Swea City Cwwnunity To Start Chest Drive, Oct. 15 Officers and directors' for the Community Chest drive to open October 15 completed arrangements at their meeting last Tuesday, and set a goal of $1000, the surplus after the quota for U. S. O. is to be used for community projects. Following is a list of the tearri that have been named to canvass the various districts. No. i—Mrs. Oscar Peterson, Mi.-s. Alvin Ewing, Algol Swanson, Sam Rystad. No. 2—John Karsten, A. G. Eggers. I No. 3—Mrs. A. H. Schuler, El- •'mer Smith. : No. 4—G. D. Curtis, Virgil .Blpmster. , No. 5—Gco. K. Nelson, Allen Hungcrford. No. 6—Mrs. Jennie McCrary, A. J. Bilsborough. No. 7—Mrs. J. A. Sanftncr, Art Collins. No. 8—Mrs. R. E. Berg, W. C. Guyer. Forest City Produce Co.—F. D. Hanifan; Swea City school, A. H. Schuler. Community chest officers arc: Ray Smith, chairman; Harold •Roba, vice chairman; Roy Bravender, secretary and treasurer. ' Directors arc W. E. Carlson, Mrs. J. A. Sanftner, A, H. Schuler, Geo. K. Nelson. At Legion Meeting Swea Cityans who attended the joint meeting of the Kossuth American Legion and Auxiliary last week included Harold Appelquist, Cletus Turnbaugh, Edward Montgomery, Richard O'Green, Sam Hcathershaw, John rtaglund, Clarence Hovey, Fred Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson, Curtis Kluger. Dentist Returns Dr. C. C. Anderson returned early last week after having spent several weeks on the west ,-oast. Dr. Robert Dewel, Algona, had charge of the dentist practice here during his absence. New Garage Mechanic Gordon Corvin, formerly of Rock Rapids, is the new mechanic at the Hungerford garage, having begun work Monday. The Corwins have one son, aged 12 'Sp'-k From Japan Billy Beck arrived home froir several months spent in Japan last- week. A newcomer in his home here is a baby daughter whom he had not seen. They returned home Friday. Mrs. Haehel Brown left last .veck for Denver, Colo., where he will remain till near Christ-•> Her datirhter Harriet, who teaches at Osage, spent last weekend here with her mother. Jack Knoll of Si. Louis recently visited Mr. and Mrs. William Geering. Mr. Knoll is a nephew of Mr. Geering and was discharged from the navy a few weeks ago, having been in service in Japan. Mrs. Albert Hagg and son Ralph went to Fort Dodge Saturday on a business mission. At Rutland they were joined by Mrs. Franklin Ernst, sister-in- law of Mrs. Hagg, who spent the lay with them. Mrs. Agnes Eischeid and Mr. and Mrs. John Birk and children of Blue Earth spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Froelich. Mrs. Birk is a niece of Mrs. Francis Froellch. Mrs. Birk is a niece of Mrs. Eischeid. Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Heed left recently for Portland, Ind.,where they will visit the letter's sister till after Thanksgiving, and will •hen go to Los Angeles, Calif., to spend the remainder of the winter with their son Lee Jr. and in Leo Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pelley- nounter, of Osage, spent Satur- .lay with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. AHorney and Mrs. S. J. Pbw- s of Des 'Moines were weekend ;ucst3 of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. .jong. Mrs. Vidla Likes, of Clarkston, Wash., recently visited Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Riter. Mrs. Likes had been at Minneapolis, where she was a delegate to the W. C. T. U. convention. The Riters and their guest spent a day 1 ' at Eagle Grove, the former home of Mrs. Likes. Mr. - and Mrs. Merman / Duden spent last Sunday at Klemme with Mrs. Duden|s. parents, Mr. son their and Mrs. Clure Curry. A Kenneth, his wife and ''•' Mrs. Emma Rislau, Clear Lake, v spcnt Sundav with her sister, ,'Mrs. Paulina Hintz. •- Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Holt spent ' Sunday with the former's par- •. •v'ents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt, at | .iOttoscn. I '"'• Mr. and Mrs. Orvilla Wicks ' ; went to Duncombe la.=t week to see the letter's uncle. Harold :Holm, who is seriously ill. I Mrs. Almira Green visited Mr. ' and Mrs. G. W. Yeager at Fenton. Wednesday and Mr. and • Mrs. C. O. Bailey at Seneca. | ' Mr. and Mrs. Art Laitinen of •Kimball, Minn., were weekend puests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardy. The women are sisters. Mrs. J. L. Misbach and son Scott visited her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ncavin, Fort Dodge, last •• week. Mrs., J. C. Bussanmus of Glen'•wood returned home Sunday following a week's visit with her "dp'Jshier Mrs. Givio Hertz an.l •family. Mr, and Mrs. Ted Larson re turned last week from a fo:-t- Thcv ii-port tno-fishing a., being excellent. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk snent thp weekend at West Concord, Minn., with the Raney Put?, family, who formerly farmed near Burt. Mrs. Wiliam Aalderks of Lakota is visiting her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold and will remain for another week. Mr., p.nd Mr?. Charles Runchey arrived last week from Oroville, Calif., to visit the former's father, Robert Runchey, who has been in rather poor health the past few months. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin HuenhoM and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie went to Minneapolis Saturday to see the Minnesota-Indiana football game. Mrs. Herb Hedlund and Mrs. Russell Smith spent Wednesday at Humboldt. Saturday. Mrs. Hedlund and Mrs. Raloh Valentine spent the day at Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales went to Waterloo Wednesday to attend the funeral of Edward "night's vacation at the Okobojis. Bender, uncle of Mrs. Elbert. Try Our Complete Locker Service TENDERIZED CURING OPEN KETTLE LARD RENDERING SAUSAGE SEASONING OTTER LOCKERS PHONE 110 113 So. Dodge Street PICK YOUR CORN EARLY! Dry If In Crib, w/fh Be/ifen All-Steel Ventilators and Tjinnefs New, modern, last way to dry com- .No more waiting for corn to dry in fields. Pick early, when mechanical pickers work best. Crib it, and let Behlen Ventilators and Tunnels dry corn faster than you ever dreamed possible. Kossuth County Implement Co. Long. Mr. Pelleymounler ij-othcr of Mrs. Long and is a their birthday anniversaries are on the same day, October 5, hence a small family celebration was held. Belly Waldron of Sioux City and Mrs. Joe Martini of Emmetsburg visited Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk Tuesday. Miss Waldron, a cousin of Mrs. Hoenk, is a nurse recently graduated from St. Joseph's hospital, Sioux City, Mrs. Martini is mother of Mrs. Hoenk. Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie and her sister Mrs. George Manus of Burt went to Mason City Thursday to see their five year old niece, Peggy Puffer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer of Corwith, who is a patient at a hospital, having bioKen an arm ;v cently. It was only six month; ago that she broke the other arm. The accident causing the later break was a fall from a ladder. daughter Pamela, Mason City. were also guests and joined in the celebration of the senior Mr. Curry's 51st, birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Skogsirom went to Laurens last week to attend the ..funeral Saturday of the lormers nephew 'Lawrence Jr., 11 day old son of Mr/- and \Mrs. Lawrence Runneberg. Si'. From there the Skogstroms went to Ayrshire and spent the weekend with Mrs. C. O. Skogstrom, mother of Harry. Mrs. Alberi Ogren returned last week from Omaha, where hail been with her daughter and son-in-awl, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Higbee of Scottsbluff, Neb. Their daughter Margarui, 3, m t . patient at a hospital ill with acute leukemia. The child has, •een given three blood transfusions and daily injections of ireptomycin, a new drug. Soon t'lcr the treatments, she was up playing with her dolls. The child ms been sick two years. Phy'.Hs fiundan &f riie Wednesday for a fuvv di'ys, sit With her sister ahd nil- Mr. and Mi's. Pete Gronbach. *"; ., •'''•••]', Mr. «ri4 Mri, f rUrik HorUft lift Thursday by plahe frorn Mason City for Albuquerque, N. M., following a visit with the letter's brother and family, Mr. and' Mrs. Tim O'Brien. Mrs. , Horari had been here five weeks and Mr. Horan two weeks. Mr. Horan is an attorney and has an office near Dr. Dwight Andrews, for* mer Algonian. , • Mr. and Mr*. E. W. Lu*by Itti Thursday for Des Moines, Wher^ they will spend a fe^v days .with the former's daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Wit- 1 mer. From there they will visit relatives in Missouri aftd Ken tucky, and will go thence to Florida. The last of their time will be spent at Houston, Tex., the length of time spent in Florida and-Texas depending .largely on accommodations and how well they like the various locations. They expect to be home April 1. During their absence Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson will occupy the Lusby homo. .WE WILL BUY YOUR IIOME- RRNDEJIED LARD IN ANY QUANTITY. BRING IT IN! Algona Baking Co. Bakers Of 'Honey Kriut" Bakery Products Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson Dr, Townsend calls for action in Ihe 80th congress. Plans have, been m-ide for 11 demonstration • day (D-Day) while congress is in scs- s'on to show the ent're nation tha Townsend club members, are' ten hull)on strong and demand action novi? to- insure people against future depressions. People -are yoic- ing impatience with congres which voted itself $5,000 pay. raise and voted aged citizens only $5. Washington D. C. — Amefiia' money system is owned outrigh by 12 private banks. Honolulu, Hawaii—Wm. Booth which, tax commissioner of the is Cand says "Cost of collection, of i "ioss income tax is just abou l>/2%. 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