The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 29, 1946
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PAGE TWO ALGONA UPPER -'DBS&OINE3, ALtfONA, iOWA Don Abbott of Chicago was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bovvn. Albert Granzow returned Saturday from a bultermakers convention fit .lies Moinos. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Heed attended the homecoming fnolbnl! game ill Amos Snturday. Mrs. John Miller of Ayrshire spent, Wednesday with her sister Mrs. Mike Heiderscheidt. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fisher spent Ifisl Suncliiy at Ayrshire with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fisher. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mm. Albert Hagg visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ernst at Humboldt, Thursday. Mr. Ernst is a brother of Mrs. Hagg. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gronbach visited at Ayrshire last week, guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gronbach, parents of Pete. ...Mrs. Robert Middleton spent trie weekend with her parents Mr. and, Mrs. W. C. Irelan. Mrs. Middteton • lives at Clarion. NO. 25 OF A CENTENNIAL YEAR SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County Harry Bode Forty-seven years afro, on the day he was 21, Harry Bode "landed" in Kossutli county, as he says, having 3omo In north lown from Illinois'. Today-hn owns -380 acres of farm land, all of it in Iowa, except for a "small patrh" up near Springfield, Minnesota. U'e stood ankle deep in the rich, freshly plowed loam to ifct this picture of Mr. Bode, after persuading him to climb down oft the tractor. Harry is a busy mail, and when not engaged in farm work, he devotes a large annum! of time to civic work, and during the war did much to make the lied Cross and bond drives successful. There are five sons in the Harry Bode family, all fnrming but Harold, who is in school, and Roland, mechanic with United Air Lines in Cheyenne, Wyoming . . . and two daughters Mrs. James Coady of Burt, and Evelyn, who served overseas. 5 . ; ' We must mention One other thing—that is Mr's. Borlc's? dahlia garden. In early September those dahlias were a rare .sight—all the Colors of the rainbow—and Airy. Bode picked us a massive bouquet which lasted for days. IOWA FACTS 29 kinds of wild ducks and 6 kinds of wild sG arc found in Iowa. Approximatejy 10,000.000 ducks and geese come down from the north to Iowa in the fall migration. Here's a friendly tip to Hunters: Give the fanners of the county a break, boys, during the hunting season. Ask permission before shooting on their land, close gates, and respect I5os»«d areas. NTATH RALPH MH.LER, President HAROLD OILMORK, Cashier HOY McMAHON, Asst. Cashifr rl PROGRESS EVERY f R ^t" The advance of medicine against the enemy, disease, sweeps forward on every front. Techniques of anesthesia have improved to make possible surgical procedures denied to the practitioner of the twenties. Highly refined and specialized mechanical aids, including the x-ray, fluoroscope, and electrocardiograph, have sharpened diagnostic skills. Testing of the blood and urine reveals more significant facts to the physician than e'ver before. In support of the physician, the pharmaceutical chemist continues to forge new chemical and biological weapons to fight disease. Insulin for the management of diabetes mellitus, liver extract for pernicious anemia, sulfa drugs, and penicillin are examples. Your physician and your pharmacist are alert to apply the improved procedures as they become available. THUENTE PHARMACY PUONE 252 focal fyents Mrs. Robert Sanborn of Mason City spent three days last week wiih her sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. George Harris. Mrs. Stella Powell of Auburn came last wek to visit her brother Ed Fosnaugh and family. She will remain for another week. Mr. and Mrs. William Wirljes of Lakota spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butts. Mr. Wirljes is a brother of Mrs. Butts. Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aloert Gran/ow, a student at the Iowa State college, Amos, spent last weekend here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Farmer arici son Michael arrived. Friday from Carroll and remained until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gudcrian. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fandel were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Donovan, at Eminets- nirg. Mr. Donovan is a brother of Mrs. Fandel. Mrs. Jami.- Murlagh returned Wednesday from Nevada, Mo., where she had spent, a fortnight with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. lenry Bratlon. Mrs. R. L. Reid, who has been i patient at the Kossuth hospital the past few months, is reported as not being qiuite so well the past few days. Mrs. Almirn Green returned recently from La Cnisse, Wis., where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grabur. Mrs. Grabar is led with this three years -ago. The present illness is believed^o be due to a throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barton recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Barton at Gowrie. The CleVe Bartons moved .there a short time ago. Cleve purchased a recreation parlor there last Winter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker, with the latle'r's mother, Mrs; Mary Otto, spent from Sunday until Tuesday at Sioux City With Mr. and Mrs. William Otto and M.r. and Mrs. Edwin Otto, the men being sons of Mrs. Mary Otto. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Forest Phillips at Mountain View, Mo., and before returning home next week will visit Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haaso at Little Rock, Ark, Mr. Haase is a brother of Mrs, Phillips. « Mrs. Hugh Rancy, Mrs. Charles Patterson, Mrs. Pearl Potter and Mrs. J, J. Wadleigh returned Thursday from Des Moines, where they had been since Tuesday,, attending a state Grand Chapter convention of the O. E. S. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Galbraith have received an announcement of the birth'of a'son who has been named Kim; to Mr. and Mrs Herbert Uhlomann of Chicago October 22. Mr. Uhlemann is a brother of'Mrs. Gal- Otlumwa, came Sunday and remained until Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan and came here. Upon conclusion of their ALGONA IOWA Elkuder came Sunway to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster and to do some hunting. Mr. Rich- Mr, and Mrs. Paul Hudson returned last Tuesday from a week's visit at Park Rapids, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Erbie Benson. Mr. Benson is a brother of Mrs. Hudson. Mr.,and Mr. A. W. Behvends returned Thursday from Pine Bluff, Ark., where they had spent a week with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Dickens. Mrs. Burnell Brunsvold and sons Joel and Bruce of Cedar Rapids, came Thursday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld. They will return for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mary Ellen Halpin went to Iowa City to attend the homecoming and football game! They were guests of the Geigel son Bob, a student at the college. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Percival of Spirit Lake visited their sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Percival and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Percival, Monday and Tuesday last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wichman and Alden MeAdams spent Inst weekend at Des Moines. The Wichmans were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wiehman, Ralph and Kenneth being brothers. Mrs. Duane Kline is confined to bed with an attack of rheumatic fever. She lied been troub- and then Mr. and Mrs. Ted Eastman and sons Teddy and Ronny of Moose Minn., ani" IVALUBSOFTHEWEEKI Diapers 48 in pkg. for Navy Shirts Sizes; 15 to 16','. S1.05 Plastic Dress Covers for hangers. jruests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey. Mr. Eastman Js a brother of Mrs. Hovey and Mrs. Voss is their aunt. John Hagg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hagg, is home on furlough, coming from Camp Polk, La. He ertlisted sik month* aflo and will refsiort joh dufy October 30 at a cams In' N$yr Jersey from which he will b€ seht to the European area 1 'of Occupation. Mr. ahd Mrs. P. M. Holt wertt to Iowa City, -Friday, and remained until Sunday, They attended the towa-Notrc Dame football gaihe and also look their little daughter Betty Jane tp a specialist 'to* an examination, pertaining to a minor ailment. Mrs, A. B. Hale and Mrs. Dean Halo of Mason t!ity and Mrs. d. D. Fox of DCS Moines were guests of Mrs, Herb Hedlund, Wednesday. Her mother and aunt, Mrs, F. E< Dustan and Mrs, Paul Prcw respectively of Dos Moines spent the weekend here. Mrs. Alice DltfiWorlh and soft Bob left Friday^ for Ames, where they spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur' Jackman and also visited Richard, another son of Mrs. Ditsworth, who is a student at the college. Mrs, Jackman is a sister of Mrs. Ditsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gerbsr and daughter Donna, with Mr. Gerbcr's mother, Mrs. Ben Gerber of West Bend and his sister Mrs. Raymond Esser of Whilte- more, returned Saturday from New Boston and Rockford, 111., where they had spent a week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins look the letters mother, Mrs. Mary Miller, to Minneapolis last week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs, L. A, Crawford. Mrs. Crewford is also a daughter, of Mrs. Miller. The Wilkins returned after a brief visit but Mrs.-Miller remained for another week., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cutler spent Thursday at Sioux Rapids and attended a birthday dinner given for Mrs. Cutler's uncle Frank Wilson of Alta, who was celebrating his 74th birthday. The host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Connor, the latter being a sister of Mrs. Cutler. Joyce O'Brien and Doris McGuire, students at the State Teachers college. Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and Mrs. John Mc- GuiVc. Vernpn Voyles, a student at Grinnell, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Glenn Crilly. Mrs. E. J. Hodges was dismiss- fel frdfh ffie Monday. He,r, , JaMeS ti.m, tit Okla.. arrived Sunday and. rerrtam"f8£ -li fortnight, aef which Mr. Reid will join her here and Mrs. Hodges will return wilh them to Oklahoma fol- the Mrs. R. J, Hutzell and sons Floyd- and Fred and Mrs. Law- fence Hutzell and children Joy Lee and Larry, 'went to Earlharrti Friday, where Mrs. R, J. Hutzell Visited her sister" and brother-ih$, law, Mr.' and Mrs. Russell Hes-', ter, and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Standing. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Runchey of St. Louis, Mo., returned home Saturday, . taking Mrs. Etta Runchey with them as far fls her home at Mo'rayia. Later her son Charles Will join her and following visits with relatives in the souther;! part of the state, will take his mother home with him to Oroville, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Hatold Groild of Bremerton, Wash., visited the John Grottes and Kenneth Wich- mans a couple of days last week. From here they went to Worthington, Minn., to visit relatives. The visitors, with Mr. and Mrs. Grotte and Mr. and Mrs. Wieh- man went to Webster City Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grotte. DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, November 1 RUTH COLMAN And Her Sensational All Girl Orchestra Tuesday, November 5 "BABE" WAGNER And His 8-Piccc Old Time Band. 15 Years with "Whoopee" John and Gene Krupa, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Aldflih sort WllllSm of Des Moines' e last v^eek Sunday and ed Mr. afld Mrs. Ben thge* sort and Mr, and Mrs. Peter fihlers, who accompanied them' to Swea City, where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. P.' J. Helmke at Swea City. The Helm- kes are parents of Mrs. Aldflch and Mrs. Ingebritson, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Greenberg, With their Son and ~duaghtef-ln- law, Mn and- Mrs. Harry Greenberg, tbo'k Mrs. Dem Alt, daUghx ter of the Joe Greentoergs,' and her little daughter Marilyn/ -to Des M0ines last week,' where they Were joined by Mr. Alt.whb took his wife and baby Home to Cedar Rapids. Mi's'. Alt had been spending, a fortnight here. Word received from Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby says, they are now at Daytona Beach, Fla.. and after a week there, they will go to Miami Beach. Mr. Lusby left a Schedule of places and, times where they would stop for mail ( and' Rtoordihg to the vatlousHi j card?, received toy, fytus, Eugene tiutchms,%e Lusbys'arfi ma&lflg {he fcrdgreslf planned, aftd arg enjoying" <themselves, to the full <" extent; • ' ' SHOP UPHOLSTERING REPAIRING , • 210 South Dodge St. Algona •m 11:30 P. M., Thursday, .Octotier 31 Wire Pish Racks S1.69 CHANEY MAPA O'DRISCOIL JOHN CARRADINE1IONEL ATWILL Onkw Sterns Bern Straw. bM »tos Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 29-30-31 4 Days—Friday, Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday, ' , November ?ik*3cr/.^

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