The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 4, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 4, 1945
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Grlnnell where JEftf, speht several weeks with her |«6ft, & & Miller and wife. -yMf. and Mrs. t. ft O'Mnlre nhd daughter, Ann, left Tuesday tor »t&felf home In Des Moines after 1 Sending the holidays at the home *f Mrs. O'Ha ire's parents, Mr. and Jtffcf. H. E. Eist. * lAura Hanson, bookkeeper at Kfdsensky's, has been in the hospital for about a week, but was eXjsected to be able to return home the last of the week; She will he Unable to work for another few days. Mrs. Mary Ann Jensen of Burt 'Returned Sunday from Huron, S. D.j where she spent a few days With her brother's wife. Mary Ann, Who Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Smith, is teaching ttUsic at Forest City. "Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. McEnroe left Wednesday evening for \New York City after a two weeks liollday leave spent with Pit's Tparents, Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe and his sister, Patricia. Pat Is an ensign In the U. S M. S. ~rvfc—Frank—Jenkinson—arrived home New Year's eve from Camp JlOOd, Texas, where he has just •Completed his basic training. He •expects to leave this week-end tor transfer to another camp. He Is .the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson, farmers north of town. Mrs. James P. McDanlels are parents of a son, James Reuben, Jr., born Dec. 23, in Caroleenj N. C. The baby weighed 8 pounds McDaniels PW camp last summer and Mrs. McDaniels •was employed at the Elite. Mr. McDaniels has since been given a medical discharge. Mary Helen and Betty Ann McEnroe will return Sunday to Clarke college, Dubuque, where Mary Helen is a senior majoring in sociology and Betty Ann, a freshman majoring in primary. and was 6 ounces. Mr. stationed at the The two girls Christmas and have spent the New Year's holidays here with their aunts, Helen and Julia McEnroe, and other relatives. Sgt. SigrvvcH Wood is spending a 21-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bes- tenlehner. Sgt. Wood was wounded in action last May and up until November when he came back to the states he had been in a hospital. He has been in the army four years and had been 'overseas 33 months. He will return to the Schick hospital at Clinton, Iowa. Mowers, the former Eleanor La Barre, accompanied her to Lo Angeles and plans ot find employ ment there. Mrs. Mowers ha been employed as bookkeeper a Chrlstenseh's. Slihday dinner guests at the Mike Pfeffer home were Cpl. Hen ry D. Pfeffer of Fort Sill, Okla. Verna Eischen, Mr. and Mrs, Uil Green and family, Mr. and Mrs Carl Ludwig and daughter, Sandra Jean, all of Algona and Mr and Mrs. Ray Muller of Wes Bend. Cpl. Pfeffer was home on 'e,a after completing 12 weeks schooling in communications at Fort Sill, Okla. Ivir. and Mrs. Richard Sheldon !d son David were in Algona the day before Chrstmas and visited at the home of Mrs. Sheldon's jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson. Richard, who, was formerly employed at the Algona Upper Des Moines, is in the army, sta- ioned in San Francisco. He was lome on a 16 day leave. The Sheldons also visited Dick's par- ints at Eldora. Mrs. Merle Webster left the IrstuTthe week for K o visit her husband. She had ilanned to go a few days earlier. iut her husband called saying that he was about to be transferred. Later he called her again after he learned that the transfer would not be made immediately. Merle is a painter first class in the navy. Upon her return Mrs. Webster will be employed in Kresensky's shoe department. Mrs. A. E. Clayton returned from Minneapolis where she had gone on Wednesday to attend the wedding of her nephew, Wayne Peterson, and Maxine Swensen of Rock Island. The ceremony was performed Thursday evening. Wayne is a son of James R. Peterson of Minneapolis. He is attending the ministerial school in Rock Island where his wife is a teacher. Wayne is also a nephew of Mrs. W. C. Dewel and Ida Peterson. 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Bob Muckey returned last Tuesday, Dec. 26, to Bergstrom Field, Austin, Texas, alter spending the Christmas week-end here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. Bob had previously been stationed as a training Instructor at Minter Field, Bakersfield. Calif. He is now receiving trnin- Teffance Padgett Weds Washington Girl- Miss Bernadette Levesque _ Olympia, Wash., and T. W. Padgett, AMM-2c, oldest son of Mr and Mrs. R. L. Padgett, were married Saturday, Dec. 16, 1944, in the chapel at the U. .S. Naval Air Station, Alameda, Calif., with the Rev. Father Ballinger performing the ceremony, on the C-47, plane. Chaplain a large C. M. cargo Buck, whose wife and family recently moved to Texas, is the head ch,ap-< lain at the same field wiitv'Bob. The bride was attired in a brown uit with white accessories and vore a corsage of white orchids, he was given away in marriage y Lt. (j.g.) Sam Snodgrass. Ann 'erch^ey was her maid of honor nd Gordan A. Donagly, AMM- c, was the best man. Terrance met his bride while iationed at the naval air base at )lympia where she lived with er parents. She had been a sec- etary at the state house. Ter- mce was stationed • at the air ase near Olympia for over a year and was just transferred a month ago to the Alameda air base. Prior to his being stationed at Olympia he had spent one and a half years in the Aleutians on Kiska and Atu Islands. "Terry" graduated from the Algona high school in May, 1941, and joined the navy in October, 1941. The couple will live at Hotel Alameda--at the present. Surprise Party— A surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Anderson Dec. 22 in honor of their 20th wedding anniversary and Mrs. Aftdtersbn'ff birthday which was the 23rd. Approximately 28 guests attended, The Townsend cbunctl member? were in charge of the arrangements. "SCO" was played with high prizes going to Mrs, Amos Angle; 1 * low to Amos Angle; doer prize to Arrte Lallier, and travel prize to Mrs. Anderson. A lunch was served later In the evening. Gifts were given to the Andersons and also a purse of money. Post Nuptial Shower- Patricia Mchnroe entertained _,_. fTife tteltfer! Sfefv» i# Women of the Whlttswofg Thursday evening of Christmas week at a miscellaneous • post nuptial shower complimenting Mrs. Patrick G. McEnroe of New York City who was married last September to Ensign Patrick G. McEnroe U. S. M. S., Patricia's, brother of Algona. The courtesy! was given at the McEnroe home on North Thorington street. Twelve guests shared in the cant"? 'Lotts Creek Lassies" told Christmas Party— A Christmas party was'held a he home of Ruth Ann and Mars Muller on Dec. 15. A meet ng was held after which game vere played and Christmas carol ivere sung and enjoyed by al! "lifts were exchanged and lune was served by the hostesses an< their mother. —o—• Vinson-Dahl Wedding— Milton Dahl and Mrs. Marguer ite Vinson were married Saturda; evening with Rev. D. R. Martin performing the ceremony. Tl were attended by Mrs. Merle Prat and Craig Vinson. Mr. Dahl own the Kossuth Radio and Electri Shop. The couple are now awaj on their honeymoon. Chapter have f c6mpleted tfoni May 5 until Jan, 1, 7 qiilltSi 10 wheel chair robes, fl ehair pil* lows, 18 fraeture pillows, and it handkerchiefs', other donations given bv these women- were SIO to the honor roll bortfd, $8 per month to hospitals, 'find $8 tb hospital for those who gave. There are 44 members. A couch robe disposed of before Chflstmas netted the members $42.30.' 'Anyone having ariy woolen ma* terlal such as suits arid overcoats and wish to donate them to be made into various articles to help (those who are in .should leave them /(all in Whittemore. the service, at the town Compliment Visitors — Mr. and Mrs.- John McEnre FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, flAN. 5-6 'with NIIS ASTHIR- HELEN WALKER Added Musical, "Jamming the Blues Fun for the Family Saturday SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, JAN. 7-8-9 was a scoundrel ...and lhat he would always //£& Pflwr Cirtoew and daughter Patricia were hos and hostesses at an evening part> Wednesday of Christmas weel complimenting Mrs. Patrick McEnroe and Ensign Patrick G McEnroe U. S. M. S. of New Yorl' City. Guests were Thorington street neighbors. American Legion to Meet — The American Legion Auxiliarj will meet at the Legion hall Monday, Jan. 8, at 8:00. Mrs. Jess Deen's division will have chargs of the program and refreshments 1RVINGTONFARM BUREAU WOMEN IN ALL DAY SESSION Irvington: Mrs. Harold Hunt will be hostess on Tuesday, Jan 16, to a group of Farm, Bureau cooperators who will meet for an all day lesson. Irvington toWn- ship will be represented with the presence of Mrs. John Schulz and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer. These ladies will then present the lesson material to the general Farm Bureau meeting on the afternoon of January 19 at Mrs. Barney Capesius' with Mrs. Gilbert Hardgraves as assistant hostess. All ladies are cordially invited to attend this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. McCoy have :one to California to spend the winter. John Schulz spent several days .he past week at Pontiac,, 111., on a business mission. J. A. Mawdsley recently visited with his brother, Wm. Mawds- ey, at Centralia, Mo. Mrs. Arthur Krause is recuperating at her home after a recent operation at the General hospital n Algonn for appendicitis. Mrs. Bernie Burlingame has )een at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Wickwire, recuperating from a recent operation. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lindholm entertained several guests at u New Year's eve party, the main attraction being an old fashioned sleigh ride. Among Irvington's young people who were home for the holiday vacation were the Misses Ruth and Evelyn Black, Marguerite Skilling and Esther Scheppmann Smith. Recent guests of Mr. and Mr-= Ray Filch were their daughter. Mrs. Hazel Schmidt and son Durwood, of Ruthven, and their grandchildren Delores and Mary Stiltz, of Livermore. Mrs. Martha Platt and family who have been residing on the old Relton farm now owned by Herman Becker has moved to the Mark McGuire farm near St. Joe where they will be employed. Mrs. Helen Schulz Sanborn, of Maxton, N. C., was a holiday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz. Mrs. Sanborn, who is a WAC, is stationed at the Maxton Laurenburg air base in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. George Sharp and family have moved their household goods to Mason City where Mr. Sharp will be permanently employed by the Northwestern railroad. The new station agent for the local depot has not yet arrived. Several ladies from Irvington attended the shower last Thursday afternoon at the Center school house in Plum Creek township honoring Miss Edna Miller whose approaching marriage has been announced for January 10 to Car^ roll Hutchins. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Trehune have retired from farming and moved to Algona. The Fred Ship- leys have purchased the Trehune farm but will not take possession until March 1st. At present they are living in one of the Edw. Mawdsley tenant houses. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Chamberlain have received word from their son, Merle, that he, with Lawrence Riedel and Joseph Lapps, are stationed at Camp Roberts. California. The' boys were inducted and left here on Pec. 6th for army service. A very interesting number on the program o{ the reseat Farm Bureau meeting held at the Bon- aid Jenkins farm home was question and answer,, discussion with Russell Hutchlris "answering questions on his stay in the New Hebrides Islands while he was stationed there." '- Russell received a 30-day furlough and will report to the west coast next week, Dorothy King, daughter of Mr and ••Mrs. David King, was graduated oil-December 20 from Iowa State Cojlege at Ames, ; witfr a Bachelor of Science degree. On December 26th she left for Newark, N. J., where she will, be employed by the great Brystal Meyers Corporation to do laboratory research work. Dorothy completed her work at Ames in three years and two summer schools. Burt School Has Fine Record In Bond Drive Burt: When the classes in Burt schools put on a patriotic contest n the nature of bond sales in the Sixth War Loan drive they turned "n a total of $31,839 in sales. Two classes, the sophomores and the seniors, were tied as to the amount of sales turned in by them. Results of puschases were: Teachers $ 950.00 Students 1,889.00 Outsiders 29,000.00 Total sales $31,839.00 This surely is a fine record for i school in a town the size of Burt and again proves the spirit of our county's students in their activity in the last bond drive -and which soared so successfully over the county's quota. Mr, and Mi's. Leo Swanson and son visited with relatives in Mason City last week. Richard Hansen, Ames, spent a week's vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Hansen. — Joftn Burke, -Chicago, visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burge. for the holidays. Mary Jane Reding, Chicago, i* I home .on a 12-day visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding,'. Miss Lois Kelly, Davenport, is 'spen'dlng the holidays at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly, Sr. . ; Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Heinrich received word that their son Harold, who is in the southwest Pacific area, received a broken leg while on duty. • ' Ralph Nichollis from Humbotdt is'the new manager of the Tri- County Drying plant. The former 'manager, Mr. Brown, returned to 'Fort Dpdge with his family. _ at fHttf .„._ Mative-r aM ffieMs, * Cfoest's eiudM- Messrs. and M&id$M«s giojto Buhcafl, Menfy Smith, Say Smith,' Algbhaf > Ralph (mU JeSS fiuiaflr EdWafd Wolf, St# mid V. g A, Ringsdbff, Clyd6 BflstoW, HdSS * i{& Chas. Scott, Wilbur Stew* < art, Pete Plemmel and Harold is Beckefc Cards were- played and i the Tfenafys were presented wltli it a gift 'of $28 in silvef. A dainty B lunch, including a three tier Wedding cake,- was served-ahd the hew year started with best wishes fot ;he fcrlde and groom on the next 25 years of married life, Ths Trenarys have three children, Mrs Ralph Dugan, Viola, beauty operator at Burt and Kenneth, in the army at Camp Hood, Texas. They also have one grandson. DANCES BANCROFT Friday, Jan. 5 Chuck Hall Tuesday, Jan. 9 "Skipper"* Berg Friday, Jan. 12 Al Menke f .. v , Iwfrtr 'farii* ; ' ' >' ^ , January PUR SALE; Fur Coats Buy your fur coat tit this January Sale and save. Furs—Furs tor glamour and loveliness ... for warmth and wear, An alluring group of varied furs in new smart models on sale at reasonable prices. We urge thai you take advantage of present values. ELITE SHOP ? V V "i ' '''?-,?"'! iiS'l *%,J *"3> iVAtlONAL roR ^^ j^^^ ^g A. ^^ EVERYDAY UKUSHEX'S i£ 10c ?? Cocoa DROMEDARY Gingerbread Mix %~ 20c PILLSBUBI'S CAKE FLO0B • Sno-Sheen .... ,*$£."• 28c NANOT TALBOT ,k" "M**, ^Doughnuts ... ."£&„ *!§& COME AGAIN—CHANGE 1 * * ¥ • i'-'|* Marmalade .. V« 32c ! COME AGAIN > Grape Jam ... V« 36c v COMB AGAIN Plum Preserves LIBBY'S Apple Butter . "S* 34c NATIONAL—1 Point Evap. Milk .3 l ££"26c .BLUE LABEL, 4h'l$ij fcwrs/T S V , *N* >f - TS HOMEY *;£• 37 c DIAMOND BRAND NOODLES PURE NATIONAL'S QUALITY MEATS AND TOMATO SAUCE HURFF'S 23V4-M. Glass GROUND BEEF Home Remedy For Relieving Miseries of CHILD'S GOLDS The modern external treatment most young mothers use to relieve discom- — forts of children's colds ... muscular soreness or tightness, coughing, irri' tat ion in upper bronchial tubes ... is Vicks Vapo-e^ 1 ! Rub. So easy to use. You just rub it on—and right away blessed relief starts to come as VapoKub .,, to upper bronchial tubes with its special medicinal vapors chest and back surfaces like a wanning poultice Often by morning most of the -misery of the cold is gone. Remember this,.. ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this special penetrating-stimulating action. It's time-tested, home-proved, the best known home rem-& m m f* u ^» edy for relievingmf I IS •% S miseries of colds. V V<m? R V9 BEEF ROASTS u. s. GOOD BEEF SHORT RIBS ECONOMICAL Lb - BIEATY, SELECT SPARE RIBS MIDGET—PUBE PORK CUTLETS BEADY FOR THE PAN PERCH FILLETS FRESH, FROZEN,. ROUND NORTHERN PIKE HEADLESS AND DRESSED—SCALED WHITING CENTER CUTS HALIBUT STEAKS ROUND STEAK COFFEE Lb. u. lib. X.b. OUR BREAKFAST SPANISH SALTED * PEANUTS U. S. GRADED GOOD C Lb. NATIONAL Raisin Coffee Cake SUNSHINE HI-Ho Crackers .. SUNSHINE Cheez-lt Crackers FORT DEARBORN Soda Cracker*. ?. ISe Each 16-01. OOji Pk». Z3C 6*11. • A. i>k ( . A«C Srlb. 94 M p k g, <a*C. 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