The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1942 · Page 7
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; The Algona Vpp^f jtefc Moin»s, Algona, Iowa, March 24, . . , ftoperty Owner* of Union \ The Board of Review will meet at Central School on the first Monday of April next, frjohi ft a- fa. to 12 o'clock noon unless funtter business .demands longer tune. Blf BOARD OF REVIEW Post Toasties LOCAL^NOTES Mrs. Gene Gaddls entertained at a neighborhood tea Firday - afternoon, Mr, and Mrs. Tom bailey spent Sunday In Whlttemore with Mr. and Mrs. Harve Galley. Eveyln Toothman spent the week ehd at Burt with her parents, Mrl and Mrs. E. M. Toothman. Heleft Corey visited her sister, June, at Rochester on Sunday. She reports that June continues to Improve. Dr and Mrs. H. M. Olson and children spent Sunday with Dr. Olsons brother, Albert Olson, at Rowan; Iowa. • Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Woodward ,and son, Richard, spent Sunday at Nbrthwood visiting the Dr. A. L. Hotelling family. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Peters and daughter, Mary Ellen of Lakefleld, Minn., called at the Ed Parks home Saturday., The ladles are sisters. Mr*. Walter Klamp will be host- ess'to. the members of the Executive Board of the M. E. church on Thursday afternoon at her home. Roso Scanlan spent the week eiid in Rochester visiting Mrs. Karl Hoffman and June Corey, both of whom had major 'operations recently. ,,.'•' ' \ Tues.-Wed., March 24-25 Oleson & Johnson in comedy Hit of the Year "HELLZAPOPPIN'.V Thurs^Frl.-Sat., March 26-28 JOHNNY MACK BROWN i. \fnrn ptana FUZZY KNIGHT Second Feature Dive Bomber's Blonde! WHAT THRILLS! AWMMCft MOS. rwiuiic.wMt ALEXIS SMITH LLOYD NOLAN ' CTUUO STEVENS Serial Holt of Secret Service Sun.-Mon., March 29-30 Second Feature "OBUDGING YOUNG LADY" Beftwrd Wflson of Lake Mills, Iowa, visited his parents, Mr.- and Mrs. S. D. Wilson last Thursday.' Djorothy Day spent the week end with -her arents at Clarion. She IS employed at the Iowa State Bank. Mr«^ Jim Pool returned Sunday from 'Rockf6rd, III., where -she had been visiting; her mother for two weeks, , Huss Waller, United States Naval Reserve, Des Moines, spent the •week end in Algona with his wife and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson went to Iowa City'Sunday to visit their son, Roger, who is a student at the University of Iowa. tTjohn JCcrndt of Chicago, spent Thursday night in the T. H. Chris- chllles home. Mr. Kerndt is Mr. Chrischilles' cousin. Ruby Turner, student) at Iowa .State College at Ames, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Turner. Kelanor Thorpe, student at Morn- ingslde College at Sioux City, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe. Air. aind Mrs. WL K. Hawcott spent from Wednesday to Friday at Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Hawcott went through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ellis and. son Bsbby of Spencer spent the week end with the former's .brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs". Clint Lighter. ' • ... titan EVELYN $33.75 THE PRECISION WATCH , t t V "•' ^ . *WHEN you are choosing your' gifts, don't forget that a Gruco is the noblest gift of all! We are featuring Gruen wristwatches for men and women . . . priced from only $24.75! tuen VERI-THIN MOt)ISTE J33-" ELGIN, HAMILTON WATCHES $25J>, $33.50 and up < Other Dependable Watches : $15.00 up BORCHARDFS m mm m mm m ms m m MSI U. S. CRUISER "LOST" in BATTLE OF JAVA—Washington, D. C.: Above is a photo of -the U. S. S. Houston, one. of the 13 United Nations ships lost in the battle of Java, according to an official Navy Department announcement made here last week end* The ships were lost in a battle with a vastly superior Jap- 'enes fleet, of which the Allied force sank eight of unrevealed destinations. The second American ship sunk was the U. S. S. Pope, a destroyer . Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pierce and daughter, Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon- Lindstrom spent Sunday at Webster City visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Higgins, Whittemore, were at the McEnroe home, East McGregor, Sunday evening. Mr. Higgins left for army service on Monday, George Kajewski began work on Monday morning at the Park Service station. He replaces Jess Beamish who will go soon to the Great Lakes Naval Training station. The Presbyterians report a 40 per cent increase in giving toward their current budget as a. result of a very successful Eve'ry-Member cainvass cpnducted last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. MeMahori, 'James Duhigg, the latter's father, and Roy McMahon, spent Thursday and Friday in Minneapolis where they attended the Ice Carnival. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle spent from Thursday until Saturday in Perry with Mrs. Tuttle's father, G. •A. Burrell, and in Des Moines with Mr. Tuttle's father, W..E. Tuttte; Gerald Hartshorn, who has been using Algona as his business headquarters, spent the week end with his wife and family in'Des Moines. He is the son of Mrs. Lulu Hartshorn. '.; ' Mr. and Mrs, Sam Medin received word that their son, Howard, has been transferred from Williams Field, Arizona, to Santa Ana, California. He is in the army air corps. Robert Conklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Conklin, will leave Saturday for Chicago where he will attend school. Robert has been employed at the Viking Oil Co. for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. John Frank! returned home Tuesday from a trip through Texas. ''. They welcomed their'first grandchild,' Diane Maria, born ~ to Mr/ and Mrs. Harlan Frankl during their absence. Evelyn Helland, Minneapolis, spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. L. E. Hovey. On Sunday the Hoveys took her to Brlcelyn, Minn, where they visited another sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rosedahl. Bob Muckey is on the, business management committee for . the play, "Ladies in Retirement" at Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell, S. D. Mrs. Minnie Long accompanied her daughter, Mrs. W. FVClow and daughter to their home in. Chicago on Monday, where she will visit for a few weeks. Mrs; M. B. Kuckcnbccker of pwiu tonna, Minn., left Sunday for her home after spending a week with her daughter; Mrs. H. W. Miller and Mr. Miller. - Lois Colwell spent from Thursday until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell. She is a second year student at Iowa State Teachers' College at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Leroy Phillips and daughters, Sharon and Shirley, of Humboldt, spent from Sunday untilll Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Phillips' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Lighter. Mrs. Vaugfyn Rising entertained at a family dinner at her home Sunday, honoring the birthdays of her parents. Mr. and Mrs, S, D, Wison.,. .Their. birthdays "'fell' just a w.eek apart. , Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ostrum and family of -London, Minn., spent the -week, end with .the former's par- entsi (Mr. arid Mrs. Frank OstrUm. Ed is in employ of tne Botsford Lumber Company. • , . .-:•<_ Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Alexander of Eagle Grove, Andrew Leevison, Mr. and Mrs, Theo. 'Leevison and Mre. Ha<rity Graves of Jackson, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests ire the Roy Davis home. Mr. and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee spent Sunday in the home of the former's parents; Mr. arid Mrs. W J. Sigsbee, at Fort Dodge. They were-accompanied by Mrs. Louis Wegener who is Mrs. W. J. SigsbeeV mother." - ' . „',..— .-• ATTENTION PLEASE! •' * . ' Does Your Subscription Expire APRIL FIRST? i / 'All Subscriptions Are Stopped Immediately Upon Expiration. HoweVer A Notice Is Sent To Each Subscriber Two Weeks Before Their Paper Expires, With A Self Addressed Check Enclosed For Your Convenience. May We Please Have Your Co-operation By Mailing Your,Check Today, •.../;''''.•; : ."' - • i v ' " ' .' •> *- ' ) * ' I , " ' ' • ' Algona Upper •MFj^^P HP _ '' ^IPI TIP d.dpl ^JP;IPP, Ed Gilmore,; son 'of ^Mr7 aiid Mrs H. L. GHmore, pa'r-tlcipated in the Kemper invitational indoor track meet. at Booneville, Mo. Seven schools participated and Ed ran the 880 yard dash. He is a student at -Kemper. ' Mr. and Mra, D. K. Lone and tw» children spent Friday, in Minneapolis on business.' They reported .very bad weafher on the return trip 1 with the paving very icy. Mr. Long is the owner of Long's Photographic Studio. Russell Buchanan,,, student at Cornell college at Mount Vernon, and AllenJJuchanan, with the Metropolitan Life Ins. Co./ at Siou\ Falls, spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and, Mrs. G-, S. Buchanan. , Mr. and Mrs. Russell Medin of Whittemore spent Sunday "in the parental Sam Medin home. Russell is the manager of the Whittemore creamery for the duration. The former manager, Kern Elerick, has joined the armed services. Afr.i. Roy Berrio and two cliitlieu of ^lason City spent from Friday uiKt'.l Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry. Mrs. Berrie Is the former Betty Barry and was employed by this newspaper as a society reporter some 'years ago, Miss, Helen Dingley returned on Wednesday from Des Moines where she had gone to attend the weddipg of her cousin Bill Cordingley. Her mother, : Mrs.' F. W. Dingley, remained in Des Moines to visit until Easter'when Miss Dingley will go after her , Miss Frances Messer, formerly a teacher injh,e Algona high school, has been elected an executive committeewoman of the Iowa State Teachers' Association at the North Central Division meeting in Fort Dodge Saturday. Miss Messer is now at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs, Leland Thaves of Spencer spent Sunday with, the former's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian. They were accompanied by Mrs. Guderian's mother, Mrs. F. W. Thaves, who bad spent the week with her son and was returning to her home in Latepta. Mr, and Mrs. R, I* Beamish and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Beamish spent Sunday at Iowa Falls where they visited in Uyj parental Edgar Beamish home. Mr- and Mra. Jess Beamish then left on ft trip to Madison, W4s., and other points in Wisconsin.. He expects to be inducted into yie armed services soon. Charlie Hofbn«n says that JM> has the Henar Aman Model T Ward re, - eenfly pictured in, j&e Upper Ges Moines bgat for a number of ye^rs in service. Charlie bad his, ijodel »nd It looked &£? and. $aj *WI go? ing strong. Jt is a W?3 mod has therefore been driven Jfc years- The ATOOT. WF I" ft "— *•* JVti»B Adetla Hufsclimidt who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. T. Chrischllles for several months, has gone to Spring Valley, Minn., to spend a few days with Mr. an-d Mrs. H. E. Nielander. Miifs Huf- schmldt plans to return to hit home In Lansing, Iowa, soon. Mrs. Bernard Yoenian, Webster City, 'has been removed, fiom the Lutheran hospital at B'ort Dodge to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hudson of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Yoeman is convalescing from an appendectomy performed last week. The children, Richard and Ann, are with Mrs. G. C. Yoeman here, and Divid and Margaret Marie are with the Hud- tons. Maxlne Nordstnom of Portland, Oregon, writes that they were surprised to have Robert Deal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal of Algona, spend the night with her brother, Helmer, last Friday. The boys met on the Algona to Portland bus. Bob was enroute to Alaska to join his father and Helmer was returning to Portland after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nordstrom, of Algona. Mrs. Frank Dingley and her daughter, Miss Helen, were in Des Moines last Tuesday where they attended the wedding of Will Cordingley,"Jr., son of W. A, Cordingley, Sr., Mrs. Dingley's brother, who for many years has been circulation manager of the Des Moines Register and Tribune. The bride was Miss Mary Jeannette Bowles, a Des Moines girl, and a wedding reception followed at the Des Moines club; >Dr. G. W. Darnell, dentist at Ringsted, has completed arrang<!- mehts with Dr. C. C. Anderson to be at the Anderson dental office •three days each week while Dr. Anderson is in ,the army. The office' will be open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, beginning March 31. Station KFVD Fort Dodge will broadcast the boys' basketball tournament at Des Moines starting with the Livermore game Thurs. evening beginning at 8:45 and carrying through till tne end of the tournament. This broadcast is being- spbilsjorod by the DeKalb Corn Co. at Humboldt. Does Vour Radio Stutter? STOJP WOREYltfG! There's nothing wrong -wijtili it that a thorough going-over at Kossuth Radio won*t fix. Bring your radio in today. 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