The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1942 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 16, 1942
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^ Mr', ^td Mrj. yoyd JPrftH Attd »Mr, ana (MrsY'Teid' veto's pert t the v week end at Cleat Lake/ Mrs. William HagerhoMt of fi»R» le Grove spent (Sunday of aaat •-week at the home of'Mr, • Ahd'jurai, .. N. C. Rice. A. Lt Bfown went to Ames. Satur.- day to bring back the 4-H .girls, r who have'been attending the <•« contention held there Wist week; Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage '. spent 'Friday' in Mason City on builh'e'sfc MfV >BrUnda£s' la the manger of the local liquor store. Evelyn Toothman, local telephone operator, spent from TueS- • day until Thursday with, relatives .and frieirds at Sioux Falla, S, D. Mrs. Thomas Akne fit North Hol- ly\trood, California, arrived Friday for an indefinite visit with her son ?,.and, wJIet, Ajr, ,and Mrs. Donald »Mr. and Mrs* FranksShllfe spent the week end at Lacrosse, Wlfl •visiting the latter's d||fehler <|ndi htsjstlandl "Mtf. and - 1 SRBfl."^Mer^h •FoOtffi :• .-.'I.''".,: ,, ' '-f; • j.' .' Mr< and Mrs. Brvln Shellrnycn oftW^St Bend's'pent Sunday at the home'''of Mr. and. Mrs. Paul Bell. •'!' Mr.-.Bell Is -employed , at Green! berg's. Auto Supply. . , t . . Mr. and Mrs., Harold Brandt and , ' . Ml 1 , and Mrs. Vic Parsons returned Saturday of last Week from Leech Lake, where they had spent several days fishing. *'<••'• y ;'• Tjuollle Schneider of Waterloo arrived Thursday for a few days visit ' -with her friend, Maxine Brundage. i' Maxine Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage^ Mr. and' Mrs. Marvin Clement and .:MB. and.Mrs'. R. (L. Beamish left : Saturday" •evening for 'Leach Lake, Minn., where they will spend a few day? on a fishing trip. - Mr!'and Mrs. Gene Gaddls and daughter. spent Sunday at Clear 'Lake with the latter's patents, Mr. ., .and Mrs. Walter Gaddls of Cedar '• Falls at their cottage. Mrs. Sadie Schenck of Minneapolis Is spending several days at the • Alfred Schenck home north of Algona. Mrs. Schenck is a former Union township resident. • Mrs. Omer Kelly arrived Saturday morning from Detroit, Michigan. Omer enlisted in the navy and Is stationed at the Gerat, Lakes TTaval Training station. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow and 'Mrs. A. J. BaSon will go to Okoboji Sunday to bring home the boys and girls who have 'been attend- "'ing Camp Foster last week. Alwln Huenhold spent Friday and Saturday in Des Moines where •he attended a meeting of the Flor- 'ist Telegraph Delivery Association -,<!. held in one of the hotels there. !V; Mrs. H. F. Trudell of Seattle, •'•'.'Washington,' arrived Tuesday for • ; ' a visit of a week -or/ ten days at '.'' .the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. iCharles Roupe and other relatives. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sharp, and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White left Fri- 'day. ifor northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. They expect to go to ' <( the Canadian line; and will return ^Thukpday..-;.... ,,V< Mr. and Mrs. Arrie Hereford, now of York, Nebr., spent Friday eve. :ning and Saturday morning in Al.; -'gona visiting friends. Mr. Hors- 'f^rd was formerly employed at the : ^local Gamble store. .. '. -. !• ' Week end" guests at the home '<'• •..'of Mr.- and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore ' -. ; ,were their daughter, Mary Louise ,W Gilmore, and Dr. Klebanoff of Clar- Inda, i and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd . • Saunders of Fort Dodge. / ; Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dolan and ' son, Jerry, of Herington, Kansas, arrived last week for a' few days' visit at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. \ J. E. Lynch and family. Mrs. Dolan is Mr. Lynch's sister. Reception of new members, cpm- rnunion, and baptism is to be held ' Sunday at the Presbyterian church. 1 Rev. and Mrs. C. CV Richardson ., -will leave Monday, the 22nd, for a month's vacation at which time ;• there will be, no church services^ • Marilyn Fuller, daughter of Mr. ! and Mrs. W. J: Fuller, came Fri:...' day. from Des 'Moines after completing her first year'at 4Drake • University there. Mrs. Fuller's ' sister, Mrs. D. J. Logan of Spen' cer, spent from Thursday, until Sunday here, Mr. 'and Mrs. v Richard Sjorenson and Mr. and Mra, iB. P. Ingebrltson left jlVedrte^day for northern Minnesota for a week's ifishing trip. The two Ingebritson daughters are spending the week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Helmke in Swea City. • , Mr. and Mrs. B. U Hilllard of South Bend, Ind., arrived Thurs. day for a visit at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mr. Billiard left for Ottumwa Saturday and Mrs. H11-. Hard will remain for a visit 'of -' a week or ten days, ;, Mrs. A. J. Bason »nd daughter, Mary Susan, spent from Wednes,. day until Sunday 4t the home of Mrs. Epson's m,otheF, ,Mrs, P, An- i.dringa at Orange City', Mrs. Eas^* em's niece,,Phyllis Qrowley of Le- Mars, returned- to .Algona with them ant} will spend'the week here, Irme>Lee Qeg* W|;Friday eve,, nlng tffan BpQne^or.Sweek or ten, day vacation Rt Cheyfrwe, Wyoming wheye she will visit John Deim •who Is'In the. army and stationed there, Mjss Deal fs the. daughter/ of , Mr. and Mrs, Bert; peal and }s employed at'the v l9p8l telephone dffice. Roger Barfed** fon it B«v. and Mrs. Earl Surges* «rf Spencer, spent a few days l&st week at the home of Mr. an4 Mrs. A- if* Brown. ' vUiting their son, Kenneth, who , will be a sophomore it) (he local . was a one time pastor vt ^he local Methodist church. Mr, a^d Sir*. K. W. Newel ana daughter,'Dorothy of Ernmetsburg left W*dOT«d8y jfor two ^y«eJfs, to the east. -VTOJe gone yjeywitt visit My. and M|g t M« w y} *fyfljp-#t; Oof- ipjbuTohto. |Jrs7M*9JPC,wW be remembered M the fsrniflr Ellen .N*wel, formerly musip instructor In the Aljionft family left vacation I Forks f. 'A, Barnard returned to Grand Chet DfeSftrt Mid Marian spent Sunday at Clear La"kd fish- Ing. 'I 1 . C, Hutchison spnnt Wednesday arid Thursday at Des Molnos attending" to business matters. Mrs.'Carl tfauwe\ will entertain the member* of her .bridge club on Thursday evening at her home. Mrs. II, M. Smith left Monday for Washta where she will visit he* husband's' parents for a few Mrs. A. Hutchison and daughter, Dorothy and her friend, Helen Pryor, the latter two of Evanston, spent Sunday at Okoboji. Lloyd leaves of Chicago spent several days last week at the home of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and*Mfs. Henry Guderian. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stlltman and two children spent the week end in Okoboji where Mr.| Stillman attended the Lawyers Chautauqua. .JlttrB. Verne Lovely and spn, Ml- .6hael, ; -spent the week end at Fort Dodge visiting her 1 parents. Mr. Loyely Is a clerk at the James dnig stoife. »••••» .John Llnnnn spent several days last week at the • home of his son tihd wife, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. The elder' Mr. Llnnah Is from Maurice, Iowa.' Lillian Qorbett arrived Thursday for seyeral weeks', visit during the summer with her sister, Mrs. Kyle Keith. MiSs.Corbett is from.WIn- nemuccai Nevada. Mrs. Clevo Stewart Is helping at the Hahdy Grocery during the illness of LeRoy McWhorter. Mr; MoWhorter is reported gaining slowly at this time. , . Tlmmy Harrington, son of Mr and Mrs. R. J. Harrington spent the week end with his grandparentSj Mr.-and Mrs. George Kohl, while his parents were at Okoboji. Jean. Guderiajn, daughter of Mr, and Mrs: Henry Guderian, is spending several weeks in Minneapolis at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and MM. Milo Guderian. Esther Lavrenz is on un extended leave of 'absence from 'the Iowa State Employment office in Dos Moines due to ill health, and is with her mother, Mrs. Henry Lavrenz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richardson are spending the week, at Kenosha, Wis., visiting the latter's parents. Mr. Richardson assists his father at the Richardson 'Furniture store. TIico. Herbst and his sons, Teddy and Joe, and Max Miller, Sr., spent Monday at Spirit'Lake fishing. Theo. is taking his vacation this .week from the Algona Insurance Agency. : Lillian Grange went to Madison, Wis., Tuesday .where she was called by the /illness of, her father. Miss Grange resumed her duties at East Lawn Memorial Park office Monday.. - ' 0 . .; ;.,, ...... ^•..:''. ..-*< • -". Mr. and Mrs. Walt Hall and family left Saturday for Okoboji where they wlill spend part of a two weeks vacation; Mr. Hall is v th'e manager of the local McCormick-Deering store. . - • Mrs. T. K. Kruse returned to her home in Vinto'n Wednesday ..after 'spending'several'days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. _C. B. Murtagh. Mrs. Kruse is the former Betty Murtagh. Mrs. G. D. Shinnway and son, David, spent from Wednesday until Sunday at Lake Okoboji at the Edward Kelly cottage. Mr. Shumway joined them Thursday and attended the lawyers' chautauqua. Richard Keen came Friday' for several weeks visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keen. Richard graduated this spring from Coe College \at Cedar Rapids and had spent the week end at Chicago. Miss Agnes Rice left Friday for Bloomington, Illinois, after visiting her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. R^ce,,,$[is,s Rice is a teacher in a" normal school there and was at one time a teacher in the local schools.; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Blinkman of Shakopee, Minn., spent the week end in Algona at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey. Mr. Mucksy is a clerk at the Anderson- Bros, grocery.' Mr. and Mrs. John Glsoh, farmers north of town, became the parents' of their first child, a gi«l, Friday at. the KJcjssuth hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds. Mrs. Gisch is the former Mary Mescher of Bancroft. Mr. -'and Mrs. E. C. McMahon spent the Week end at Okoboji at the Joel Herbst cottage. Mr. McMahon attended the lawyers' chau- tauqua. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrington and Joe Lowe also attended the meeting Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison and family and Mary Edith Drummond, the latter of Evanston, 111., spent the week end at Okoboji where' the two men attended the Lawyers' Chautauqua. Mr.' and Mrs, H. Pierce Wittmer of Des Moines, became the parents /of their second child, a girl, born .Wednesday at Des Moines. Mrs. Wittmer Is th.e former Helen' Lusjiy,. daughter of E. W, iLusby. The baby weighed 7 pounds and 14 07. and has been named Sally Lynne. • , Betty Merr/m of Estherville-«nd Mrs. Perry White and son Jim* niy of Dayton, Ohio, arrived Friday for a, visit at the, home pf Mr, and Mrs, R, H. Miller. Miss Merron returned to her home in gstherville Sunday and Mrs. White remained for a week's visit. MrsA White is the forme? Ponnabelle Merronr. • Mrs, Fred Ounn of Iwamle, Wyo., came Saturday with her nieoe, LaVonne Bacon of Burt for a visit with local relatives. La, ... . ". ._".".., q! Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Bacon, had spent three weeks In Wyoming with hep aunt, who waa. Mary PWJMpa. before her marriage. Her husbftftd U connected with the stste college at L^rsmle, _ jP^ ^ ' < |h|iQ|^|^|i9 llft¥9 f¥990lV n ed « tettep from gjefc WBI, Jsmes, who is stationed at Ft- BJlw, pear , jj™^ hjs well hejf 4 Jim^ "^*^^7 sv listed a^ a b.ujek 9m jj&Z$7,£t* v*< Mrs. I^e r«»»morp and «t»fl, David went to Des Moines Saturday for a *eek or ten days with Mr. Passmore's parents. C. W. Nicoulin and his sister, Mrs. H. 'E. Rist leave, today for Rochester where the former will undergo an operation at the Colonial hospital. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kurtr, are moving from Des Moines this 'week to the Rev. Fuerstenau house In Algona.' Mr. Kurtz is manager of the Swift & Co, plant. Mrs. Eugene Wettstone and son. Jerry Bob, will leave, the first of next week for their home in State College, Pa., after a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keen. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson returned Sunday from Cedar Rap- Ids'where they had spent a week while Mr. Jacobson- was having his vacation from .the'Borchardt drug •store where he is jeweler. Mrs. James White and little son, Terry, came up from their home In Cedar Rapids yesterday and will visit for a time with Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. A. Norman, who is spending the summer here. Patricia McEnroe arrived Sunday from Big Piney, Wyoming.^to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe. Miss McEnroe has been teaching, at Big Piney and also has been taking advanced music, Mrs. J. T. Chrlschlltes and Mr. and Mrs. T. L. 'Larson returned on Sunday from Chicago and Indiana. Mrs. Chrischilles has been in Chi- gao about a month, and the Larsons have been visiting their daughter. Mrs. Carl Fischer in LaPorte, Indiana. Mip. Hugh (PRourke of Flint, Michigan, came Monday for a three weeks' visit at the .home of her parents, Mr and Mrs H. E. Rist. Her sister, Mrs. T. F. O"Halre and daughter, Ann, of Washington, D. C., are expected next Monday for a summer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Shackelford leave today enroute for California after a few days' visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mi's. W. S. Shackelford. Dick, who was coach and manual training teacher at Keokuk last year, has enlisted as an aviation mechanic in the coast guard. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hendricks and son,, Bobby, and Nels Olson of Sioux City came Monday and will visit until Wednesday- at the Roy Richardson Home. Mrs. Hendricks and Mrs. Richardson are daughters, of Mr. Olson. .Monday Mr. Richardson and Mr. Hendricks went fishing at Okoboji. Mr, and Mrs. Kftjr Gol* and t children, Betty and Rayfnond, 'will leave Friday for a two Weeks' vacation In northern Mlnntsilota.' they will be accompanied by Mrs. J. P. Gold and Mrs. Emma Anderson of Albert Lea, mothers of Mr. and Mrs. Gold. Mr. Gold drives ths Wllsdn & Co. truck In this area. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitney and children, John and Laurel, arrived Saturday from Chicago and will attend the 25th wedding anniversary of the former's paren-ts, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney. Mrs. Leslie Hellle, the former -Dorothy Whitney, of Albert Lea, Minn., is also here to attend the celebration. C. R. Bennet went to Omaha last week and is now attached to ths Army Signal corps as n inspector of training centers. He has Kansas and Missouri as his territory. He was formerly education director of the C. C. C. camp at Bancroft and recently had been- helping to close up several other C. C. C. camps In the stated Mr 4 land Mrs& Edw, ,Vpgfj are now living in Bushnell. 111., where Mr. Vogt is a buyer for the Vofit Packing Co. of Phllndolplila. Mrs. Vogt is the former.Meredi'-hRicha:'*.'.- sort. Her father, B P. Richardson, recently spent a few days with her at Ames where she had'been attending Iowa State College during the spring quarter. •Mr. and Mrs, Robert Nolte left Sunday for Moline, 111., where they will visit the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Nolte. They will also visit friends at Aurora, 111., and will go to .the Great Lakes Naval Training statlon'where they wiill visit Mrs. Nolte's brother, Charles Miftag. Mr. Nolte is on a two weeks' vacation from the Ben Franklin store. • Of Interest <(6 a numher of AV gonans will be 'the news that Mr, and Mrs. T. A. Baughn and Mra. BaUghn's daughter, Zelda Reed, haVe moved 'from Oakland, 'Calif., to Fallon, Nevada, to make their permanent home Mrs. Baughn's other daughter, Mrs Carl Dodge, recently presented her with a home as a Mother's Day present. The home had formerly belonged to Mrs. Emily C. Dodge. Mrs. H. C. Adams of Hollywood Calif., left Sunday for Des Moines to visit friends after a week in Algona looking after her farms and seeing old friends. Saturday evening she entertained a group of eight ladies at dinner in the blue room of the Hotel Algona. The Adamses formerly lived in Algona in what is now the Vera apartment house on South Harlan street, and Mr. Adams was a former Iowa senator. Walter Be&rdsley came home on Thursday from Chamite Field at jPt&ntoul, III., for a 18-day, furlough Walter has become ait. Instructor following a recent appendectomy, in the A. C. T. S. at Chanute Field. He |s visiting his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley. Charles Corey and jjiMighter, Katherlne of Wendt, South Dakota, stopped in Algona last week for, a brief visit with his s!ster-iir- law, Mrs. F. A. Corey. They Were enroute home after a visit In Rockford, 111., with the Paul Cforeys. Mr. Corey, who Is 83, farmed years ago in the Wesley, neighborhood. 'Lt. Commander Mel Peterson, of the U. S. Navy, with headquarters at Honolulu, sent his family several copies of the Honolulu Advertiser, a daily paper published in that city, of perhaps 150,000 population. It is an eight page paper, seven columns to the page. It has little advertising and not half the war news carried by Iowa dallies. It is apparent that the censorshdp is strict. Letters from Commander Peterson tell nothing of his movements, and his family here don't know whether he was in the Midway battle or was In Honlulu. All letters are forwarded and the postmark is merely "Navy." Kossuth Calf Club Boy Honored by National A*s'n Heaving proved himself capable of doing satisfactory Holsteln calf club work, Paul Schenck, Algona, has just been awarded a Certificate of Merit and has been given junior membership In The, Holstein-Friesian Association-of America, Brattleboro, Vermont. He was recommended for these awards by the Btate 4-H club leader. 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