The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 5, 1942
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1042 IAKOTA YOUNG MAN GRADUATES ATDUBUQUEU. Calvin WariJlrtg tfkena o| Lako* ta, Iowa, \will receive,, his -Bachelor of Arts degree "fVom ihe tftilvefs- Uy of Dubquue at the annual com- jfldncement exercises which will be •held on Tuesday morning May 12, At St. Luke's Methodist church !n £>ubuque, Iowa. •During his four years as & stud-' «nt at the university, Calvin has ibeeh active in hiany phases of stud* erit activity. For two years hu .served as associate editot of the student newspaper, "The Cue." During his Junior year, Calvin was edltor-lrt>chlef of «h)e Uniyefisty annual, '!The Key,", whldh publien.' tion under tola editorship was hailed as" the''most outstanding- In the history of the school. For four years he has been, an aetfift member of the Gospel Teani.lBtudent Volunteers, Y. M. C. A.,villd is at the pre^nb time ^ecereta^ of. the Mrs. Tribon will selt furniture for H.,B. ; Dobson a't his home at 418 : S. Minn. St. ,.;,,,.,.. . ,,. w- 8 at 10 a. in. Chest of drawers, large glob? map, carpet sweeper, Electro- lux cleaner, • 2 card . tables, 3 floor lamps, 2 end tables, single bed',, box springs and mattress, .-iron cot and pad,' army cot, dishes, cooking utensils, chairs, other things. The Dobson are leaving town and all must be sold. International Relations club. Last fall he Wad elswien one of the r&p- resentatlvea to the national International Relations club Convention which was held In Columbia University, MeW York, N, Y. s He has also been, active In various service committees. ,, • . Calvin Is graduating with & major in English and minors in Religious Education and Sociology. t iA Presbyterian theological student, Calvin will enter the Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Chicago in September. This summer he, will -be employed In Brooklyn, ti. Y., |n special social work and will also attend the; summer session at Union Theological Seml- riai'y of Columbia University. . Martin Dahl, Swea, In Auto Accident Near Early, Monday SWea City: Martin Dahl had quite a shake-up in an auto accident-near Early Monday, caused by the dust storm/ where an unusually large gust of .wind shut off visibility. Two trucks and another car were Involved./ Martin suffered no ser- Iqussdnjuries but the car he was driving and..which belonged to Ray Smith, was badly damaged. ' Mayors Handy , The' board of directors of the Hudson State Bank .has tyro mayors a's ^members; • Mayor W; G. Stra'yer of Hudson and Mayor Chris Dufel of Reinbeck are the two banker-mayors. AMATEUR NIGHT Academy Hail, Whlttemore SUNDAY, MAY 24 8. P. M. Amateurs invited to take part. Cash Prizes. Write Mrs. Wm.'Rusch, Whittemore, for particulars. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW HI LO IS SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY Vallo V. Naudain " ' ' ' '••'.:• ' ', '• '--- ^ ' - ' ' ^ •'-•*' Dealer in all kinds of COAL ALOONA, IOWA .Phones 212-W, 212-R 317 E. State St. ALLEN SARCHET, CLASS OF WEDS IN OHIO Union: 'First (Lieutenant Alt'en Sarchet at Wright Field, Dayton, 0., and Mildred Basset of Falrfleld, O., were married Saturday, May 2, at Miss Bassett's home In Fairfield. Alien, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet, has been raised in rank frpm second lieutenant to. first lieutenant, which carries quite- an Increase in salary. He has been traveling lately to various points with some senior officers whose mission is not known. Points; covered were Texas, Mexico and California.. He Is an accountant. (He and his bride will be, able; to take only a short wedding trip south owing to his duties. They probably will reside at Fatrfleld,. which is a small town near Wright Field. ' Allen was a 1934 graduate of the Algona high school, later attending college at Iowa City and upon, graduation he went to Chicago, later being transferred to Dayton where he has been ever since. Hospital Newt Kossttth Hoslptal April 28-iLarry Holding, Bwrt, surgical; Mrs. Harry Baker, Algona, medical; Mrs. Leo Crowley, Bancroft, surgical. April 29—Barbara Dittmer, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Clarence Ma- cumiber, Algona, boy; R. J. Harrington, Algona, surgical. April 80—Mrs. A. L. Long, AIgona r medical; Mrsi Ben Eden, Bancroft, medical. May 1—Mrs. Carl Shipler, Burt, boy. May 2— Mrs. Fred,Davls, Algona, boy. May 3—Mrs. Randall Clark, medical. .May *—Mrs. Gus Norte, Algona, medical. General Hospital April 29—Mrs. T. Elbert, Swea City, medical. May 8—Mrs. George Blake, Wes 1 ley, medical; Floyd Eggerth, Wesley, medical. !May 4—Mrs. Golden' Authier, of Thompson, surgical. Tues.-W©d., IMay 5-6 Extended run KM HOPE CARROLL • m. Tfmrs.-Fri.-Sat., May 7-8-4 Second Feature " Charles Starret "DOWN MO GRANDE WAY" JflUS Dick Traoy Serial Sun.-Mon., May 10-11 Ma Second Feature Woody Herman's Band Andrews Sisters in- . "WHATS COOKIN 1 " J^T^ rV...,,::.,: For the Prettiest ROSE of All! Howers for Motber—- to show her all the love and affection that's in your heart. Order ypijr'flowers to-day frojn, the Algona to be May JOth, at ,,the time you specify. j -~ i4«S ' :V«, ,*,* •, , A. ft. KfCsemky and D. t. Mc- Ponald are patients this week In the Veterans' hospital in t>es Molnes, Stir, and Mrs. Harold Walker moved Saturday from one of the Caldwell apartments to the Mqe house on Oak street, Orvllle Hanegan spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. May Hanegan. He is a teacher at Marlon, South Dakota Mrs. Paul Dans'on and children have moved to the Leslie Jenkins house on Wooster street vacated by the Irvin Petersons. Mr. arid Mrs. Gerald Voigt of Fenton were In Algona Friday evening attending the senior class plaj*. Mrs, Vioigt is. the former Georgia Ann Geigell. Mrs, Lawrence Wlnkel Is a patient lit the Mercy hospital at Des Molnes, where she went for rest and treatment. She will be gone about a week- longer. Mr, and Mrs. I/. S. Muckcy went to Rochester Monday where Mrs. Mliokey went for. treatment of a kneft ailment wMeh has been troubling her for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dobson and daughter, Susan, are leaving Saturday for Cheyenne, Wyoming, where Mr. Dobson will enter the army. He is a reserve officer. Mrs. Henry Guderian will entertain, a large group of relatives at a family dinner at her home Sunday in 'honor of her mother, Mrs. S. W. Thaves of Lakota. Kev. J.C.. Buthman wlU leave this evening (Tuesday) for Chicago,, where he will attend to business matters. He is district superintendent of the Methodist church. The Kiev. Harry M. Burns and the Rev. J. C. Buthman went to Sioux City this morning (Tuesday) to. attend a- meeting Of the Board of Trustees of Morn-ingside College. Mr, and Mrs. David Phillips .called on Algona friends briefly Monday. They are now located at their old Alma Mater, Grinnell College. They are both former teachers in the local high school. Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Buthman and family will go to Forest City Sunday where- the former will preach the Mothers' Day sermon in the Methodist church. They, will be dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. A. Nygaard there* Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jcnson had as their week end guests, the latter's parents, M r - and Mrs. C. C. Fowler; Mrs. Jenson's sister, Miss Sarah Fowier, her aunt, Mrs. Minnie Barrett and- Clair Levins all of Sioux City. Dr. tt. Ml Olson, Dr. C. D. Schaap, Dr. Harry McCorkle, Dr. Karl F. Hoffman and Mrs. •, Herman Moore, the- latterls office nurse, are attending the three day dental convention in Des Moines Monday through Wednesday. Mrs. N. J. Crawford went to Fort Dodge Saturday evening to bring, her sister, Mrs, William Runkle and daughter, Norma, to Algona for the week end. Mr. Runkle is a petty; officer stationed at the Great Lakes Naval station. Mrs. J. Emmcrson and daughter, Roxana, 'arrived /Saturday from WoITaston, Massachusetts, -for a visit of several weeks with .the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stokes; , Mrs.- .Emnvertson is the former Ruth Stokes. Cadet Bernard C. Morall is listed on the honor roll at Kemper Military school at Booneville, Mo. To be listed a student must make an 87 average-or better in all.subjects. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Morrall of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shackelford an-d 1jwo children of Davenporlt spent the week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shackelford. Mrs. Shackelford Is recovering „ from injuries suffered when lightning struck her a ,veek ego. Mrs; T. C. Sherman has return-' ed from a'several months' trip to the east rioast. She visited her daughter, Mrs. Chester Kingsley at Ocala, Florida, -'her son, Edward, In New York City, and "her ssn, Lt. Richard Sherman, now -in the ynited States army. Mrs. Kate Dittmer entertained at a family dinner Sunday honoring her granddaughter and two great- grandchildren, Mrs. Wendell Robertson and children who are here from California and .are viiiting Mrs. Robertson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson at Lone Ro-;k, Mr., and Mrs. W, L. Whitney left Friday for a visit with their so.i and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitney of Chicago. They will make the acquaintance of their new granddaughter, Dorothy. Mrs. Leslie Hellie, Albert Lea, Minn., took them as far as Mason City. Mrs. H,ellle had been visiting here for a few days. Mrs. 'Lee LJchty, Sheldon,-and her* son and daughter, Evan Lichty and Virginia Uchty of Chicago were dinner guests >of Mr. and Mrs.? Hugh Cohveli Hhi^rday. Evan Lichty is a student in the Moody Bible Institute, They are old friends of the Cglwelis and from here they went to iLuVerne and Corwith, where they formerly lived. Mr. and Mrs. Chet DeSart and daughter, Judy,, went to Mfeson City s Sunday to visit Mrs. PeSart's parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. L, Green, Chet returned to 'Algona Sunday evening and Judy remained with the Greens, while Mrs, DeSart went on to Cedar Falls to spend a few days with n>r sister and husband, Mr. and. Mrs. Robert Ferguson. Mr. and M**< T, H. CDrischUleu expect to go to Boone today (Tuesday) $o meet Mrs, ChrJschllles' mother, *fr«. Sallie .Kranz who U returning, by train from California. Mrs. Kretnz has been visiting ner son an£ wife, Mr. «nd Mrs. Eryln, H. Kran? in 'Pasad?na since last June, and will remain with the Chrlschil- les family fpr an jndeftrtte , *W» Tuesday / untj| at Jftst week attending Optp.metric convention, aflinner MS iteywldj ft — J ~r,; % Mrs. M, O, Bourne and Banbara, spent Friday in MaSon ity. • Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Attelon and son; Eugenfci, spent Saturday In Omaha on a business trip. Mary Frances Inman of Bancroft has spent the past two Weeks In Algona with Mrs. John Kirk. Mrs. E. F. Griffith wlH entertain :he members of her bridge club Wednesday evening at her home. Mr. arid Mrs. Cart Sieble and son, David, from Spencer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller. Howard Hedrlck, Burlington, is visiting his gandmother, Mrs. Willam Dehnert, and his si-ster, Mrs. Ted Vera. > Mrs. Helen White has announced tor Intention' of running for the office of clerk of court on the re- mblican ticket. Mrs. O. B. Wlttern has sold her household goods and plans to join icr husband soon. He is employed n Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs, L. A. Copp spent Sunday at Nashua visiting friends. They were accompanied by Mrs. Ada Chapman of Brltt. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Safley and Ed Dallas of Tlpton were week end guests of the M. J. Moore family. Miss Ella Thompson and her jiiest,/Mrs. OLura Sanders, former lodal librarian, and Mrs. H. R. Cowan spent Friday visiting in Masin City. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs arid two sons of Sioux City spent from Friday until Sunday with Mrs. Aalfs' parents Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey. Dr. W. D. Andreivs,' Gall Towne H. B. White and John Haggard were at Decorah from Thursday until. Sunday where they went for trout fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber lave named their new son, Thomas Prank. He was born last week at :he Kossuth hospital and he is their second child. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Ingebrltson and two daughters and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Dahlhauser spent Sunday at Webster City where they visited the latter's -brother. Mrs. H. L. MoCorklc and three children spent from Sunday until Tuesday of this week at Storm Lake where they visited Mrs. McCorkle's sister, Mrs. V. E. Young. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Misbach spent the week end in Minneapolis where they visilted (Lawrence's brother and wife, Lt. and Mrs. Leighton Misbach. ^ i Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sears of Minneapolis spent from Wednesday un- till Friday of last week with the former's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. "R. E. Ingham. Mr. Ingham Is the local Graham's store manager. Tile Presbyterians have landsrap- ed their church grounds and have set out new shrubbery and bushes. This is a trustees' program in preparation for the eighty-fifth anniversary celebration in early fall. Lloyd Thavcs, Mr. and Airs. Torn Tapenlou and daughter,.Jacqueline of Chicago; are expected Friday ; to spend the .week-end, with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian. Mr. Thayes Is Mrs. Guderian's brother and Mrs. Tapenipu is her sister. Ida Halpln left Monday night for Chicago where she--will join >-.her fiance's -parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lasser of. Waterloo, to go * tr Pensacola, Florida. Ida has spent :he past two weeks in Algona with ter parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Elalpin. Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Walker have returned from spending the,Winter at DeLand, Florida. On 'the re* ttfrri trip they spent ten days With their son, (Phillip Walker in "Chicago, and ten days with their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Messenger In Cedar Rapids. Mr*. Eva Delrrt, Mr, and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Irma Lee Deal and Irma Dee Phillips went to Des Molnes Sunday to visit John Delm, Carroll Owen and Melvin Miner, who were recently inducted into the army. The new soldiers were still at Fort Des Moines. Mrs. Chester Van DeWalker and daughter arrived Sunday to make their home temporarily with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter. Mr. Chester has been sent to Endicott, N. Y., to complete his work with the National Business Machine Co, He was employed in Algona with Pratt Electric, Algona Bakery and the Richardson Hardware. Rev. J. C. Buthman occupied the Methodist pulpit at! Clear Lake Sunday morning and from there attended two meetings of the Youth •Fellowship at Garner and Emmetsburg. Rev. H. W. Jackman of Burt was in charge of part of the jirogram as was the Rev. C. V. Schuldt. The latter will remembered as a frequent visitor here where the Rev. Hulse was Methodist minister. His wife is the former "Bunny" Hulse. Mr. and, Mrs. W. J. Bourne arrived 'back In AJgona on Sunday after spending the winter in Phoenix, .Arizona. They report much rain on the return trip. In Nsw •Mexico they ran into a bad dust storm said to be the Worst in years. The paper reported a wind of. 56 miles an hour velocity. The Bournes brought luscious grapefruit and lemons sent by Gladys Tribon Paddock to some of her Algona friends. It seems that Arizona raises some of the largest grapefruit and lemons that we have seen. DON'T WAIT TO BE INVITED UNCLE SAM hasn't time to send us-each an; engraved, personal invitation to help win the war. 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