The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 30, 1942
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Wf Airlift un n for appendic ossuih hbspital Satur• " • ••• • derwent an itis at the 1 day. . Jftan tlemlng o* Chicago and Mrs. Jimmy Memlng of Mason City spent Monday at the home of Mrs. Craig . 'Jtoe. and Mri. o. H. Thltee* of Aigona became the parents of a baby girl Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. ' Annabellc Seaman took her vacation last week from the Kresensky store. She. returned, to work Mon• day. • • ' \ Rev. and Mrs. P. J, Braner attended the Mission festival of the Lutheran church at Whtttemore Sunday afternoon. Hie Trinity Lutheran Ladle* Aid will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. fcVed Kosflleck and Mrs. Robert Liesner as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. O. Ci Smith of Burt, Mrs. -W. K. Ferguson and Mra. H. 8. White left Saturday morning for Los Angeles, Calif,, to visit friends and relatives for three weeks. Mrs. x Ferguson will visit her son, Lewis, at Ft, Stonenan near San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Ouderlnn of Minneapolis spent the Week end at home of the former's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gud- erlan. Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ouderlan, returned with them after spending the 'past few weeks Iw Minneapolis. 4th of JULY WHTTEMORE ADMIS^ t^ GROUNDS BIG FREE ACTS AND PROGRAM Baseball—St. Joe vs. Whittemore Big Chicken Dinner with all the trimmings at 6:00 p, m., 50c Coming Sunday-Monday-Tuesday, July 12-13-14 Prices 10-25-40c Matinee; 10-25-56c at night June Clearance SALE Motor Oil 2 gal in $||Q container I Take one can with you on the week end.. 3 Tine Hay Forks 89c Hay Fork Handle 33c Binder Twine Standard 50. Ib. bales Cattle Fly Spray gal.64C Fly Nets 110 in, $179 I ea. •. Celebrate July 4th in Algona Bring the Whole Family! Oil Cloth Squares All new patterns 59c White Table Cloth 46 inch OB A per yd. JOC Horse Nose Guards £«f IT ea, Thermo Jugs Hot and Cold Me*. Paul Wilte spent last week At the home of her sister. Mrs. t)el- la Woodward at kamrar. RW. «id Mrs; 1* Rlchnian and Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner were Mason City callers list Friday. Margaret and Owen tft&ry, of Omaha, Nebr., are visiting at the home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. McMahon. The members of the W. C. T. V. Will have their annual picnic Wednesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Harvey Stevens north of Sexton. . v Mr. and Mrs. John Naas and Pcfr- gy and Eugene of Chicago, spent from Sunday to Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lehman. Don and Tommy Winder of Waterloo spent Friday and Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk. The boys are nephews of Mrs. Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mcdln and daughter, Sandra of Lost Island, spent Sunday at the home of the Conmer/is p^rerrts> Mr., and Mrsi Sam Medin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ennor of Des Moines visited briefly, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ennor is Dr Meydrs 1 sister. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koops became the parents of their second child, a girl, born Sunday evening at thf> Kossuth hospital. Mr. Koops Is employed by Swift & Co. Mrs. Minnie Long returned to he home in Algona 'Thursday afte spending the past five months ii Chicago at the home of her daugh •ter, Mrs. W. F. Clow. Mrs. Perry White and son, Jim my returned to their home in Ham ilton, Ohio, Saturday evening afte spending two Weeks here at th home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller Mr, and Mrs. D. A. Barnard re turned Sunday evening after spend ing two weeks visiting relatives and friends at Grand Forks anc Fargo, N 1 . D., and at Minneapolis Mrs. -Mike Helderscheldt and chidren of Algona and Dora Helder- scheldt, who is visiting here frprn Bakerafleld, Calif., spent Monday in Mallard visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. James.. W. Griffith of Des Moines will arrive Friday to spend the Fourth of July week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M J McCali. Mrs. Griffith is the former Catherine McCali. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klanip and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas and son, Loyd of Burt, spent Sunday at Spirit Lake where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Myron Isenberger and Mr. and Mrs. John Judd. Word has been received here that L. T. Griiffn, a former well-known Algona resident, ds now a patient at the Colonial hospital in Rochester, Minn., his condjidiion being' isuch that an operation is not advisable at this time. Mrs. J, E.:Willey returned Sunday from Chicago where she had spent the week with her son and family, Mr., and Mrs. Cecil Wllley The elder Mrs, Wllley-accompanied' her son to Chicago Sunday of last week after he had spent the week end here. "~ • Mr. *nd Mrs. Joe Dooley and daughter, Rita, and Mrs. Tom Engesser of San Diego, Calif., were dinner guests Thursday evening at the -home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Engesser at Whittemore. Thursday was Mr. and Mrs. Dooley*s 31st wedding anniversary. Linda Falkenhainer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Falkenhain- er of Des Moines, had her tonsils removed at ,the General hospital Friday. Linda is spending a few weeks at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders at Clear Lake. Mm. O< H. Free spent Friday a Bode at the home of He* sister Mrs, Walter Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Oncai* firicknon o Minneapolis spent the week end in Algona visiting friends. Mrs. Frank Oclgcl apunt Wedhns day morning at Burt visiting hei cousin, Mrs. Will Kennedy. Mrs. Henry Johannsen entertained the members of her circle on Thursday afternoon at her home Mrs. E. U. DeLano left Friday for Hubbard, Iowa, where she was called by the illness of her mother. n and Mrs. W. H, Kockcy, Mrs. H. W. Thompson and Mrs. A A. Bishop spent Thursday Iw Dos Moines. Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart of Des Moines came Thursday to be with Mrs. Robert Stewart who Is seriously ill. Leonia Shinier and Mrs. Ed Parks went to Wesley Wednesday evening to attend a C. D, of A. meeting held there. v Mrs. W. L. Jensen left Monday for Sioux City, where she will spend six weeks 'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Fowler. Mrs. Helen Gleason of Chicago returned to Algona with Mrs. F. W. Dingley and Helen last week and will visit here for a feW days. Rev. and Mrs. D. R. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. David Martin, Jr., eft Friday morning for a week's trip through the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bishop left for their home iiT Superior, Wis., Thursday after visiting the former's brother,' A. A. Bishop and family. W. C. Irelan, L. W. Rouze and G. E. White spent Thursday and Friday in Cedar Rapids attending an Equitable Life insurance meet- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel spent Thursday at Renwick at the home of the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Henry Geigel and her daughter, Lena. Mrs. John Parks, Sr., of Spe.n- cer, spent Friday and Saturday of last week here at the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parks. ! R. O. Bjustrom and son, Wayne, went to Iowa City Sunday and made arrangements for Wayne to enter the University of Iowa there next fall. Mrs. R. J. Gormely and Meredith -.arson will arrive Saturday from Chicago. Mrs. Gormely, the former Maxine Larson, will visit her par- jnts, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson, or a week. Meredith has spent he past few weeks at LaPorte, nd., visiting another sister, Mr?. Carl Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shell- myer and Mrs. Ira Hoover of West Bend spent Sunday at Rochester, here they attended the exercises n which Margaret Shellmyer received her nurses cap. Mrs. Hoover went as far as Austin to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. M. M. Whitaker of Humboldt, <N;ebr., left Monday after a week's visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Freeman. Mrs. Whitaker will be remembered aaf Opal Biggs, who made her home with the Freemans while attending school In Algona. Her husband is superintendent of schools. Mr. and Mrs. William Finn and daughter, Carol, Annabelle Behlmer, Mr. and Mrs. fr. J. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford and sons of Spencer and Frank Roupe were I Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford. The dinner was given in honor of Mrs. Bert Trudell, who is visiting here from Seattle, Washington. Mrs. Trudell is Mrs. James Crawford's sister. Anna Buss in taking her vacation this week from the Iowa State Bank. Mr*. Lloyd Pratt and son, Jimmy, went to Victor Sunday where they will spend the week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. McGahey. Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T*. H. Chrischilles were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Potter of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stlllman. C. A. Gcllcjnfeld and daughter, Mrs. B. Brunsvold drove to Savannah, Mo., Wednesday to bring home Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld Who has been- a patient at Dr. NIckois sanitarium for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Quinn and Mrs. Roland White of Washington, D. C., arrived today (Tuesday) for several weeks' visit. Mrs. Quinn will visit her mother, Mrs. C. T. Chubb, and other relatives. Rev. J, C. BiitlmianrRev. H. M. Burns, and Rev. Jackman of Burt left Monday for Indianapolis where ihey will attend a summer school for pastors of the Methodist churches. They will be gone a week. Ela5n<< Dewey of EaKlc Grove spent from Thursday until Monday with her friend, Dorothy Dailey. Dorothy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey and is employed at the Druggists' Mutual office. Mrs. R, L. Gorr will leave Friday for Dubuque, where she will oln her husband and to visit his parents until after the Fourth. Mrs. 3orr of Joliet, 111., has been vis- ting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A A. Bishop. Mr. and Mrs, Howard Baskin, now if Sioux City, became the parents of their first .child, a girl, born Triday, June 19. The baby has >een named Barbara Jane. Mr. Jaskin was the Miller Dumber Co. before moving to Sioux ^ity last summer. Mrs. Baskin is he former Aria Rocksvold who aught in the Algona schools. Mr*. Afrgle Knapp went to Masoft City Monday to be with her sister- in-law, Mrs. John Qulnby, who is seriously ill at the Mercy hospital following a stroke ten days of two w^eks ago. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr returned Friday evening after spending the week with relatives at Waterloo, Manchester and Independence. Dorothy Andrews of Independence returned with them and will spend a week or two here. Mrs. Lee Passmorc and son, David, returned Sunday from (Des Moines where they had spent several weeks at the hcme of Mr. Passmore's parents, Mr. and Mri. E. E. Passmore. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pingree of Des Moines brought :he Passmores home. Mr. and Birs. tt A. Tuttle spent Friday evening at Perry where th«y visited the latter's parents, Mr. and tfrs. G. A. Burreil. They went :o Des Moines Sunday where they attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. Tuttie's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tuttle. Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauberg spent Sunday at Spring Valley, Minn., nd Rochester. Mrs. Chrischilles isited her brother and wife at Spring Valley, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Welander, and Mr. and Mrs. Hau- 'ierg visited friends at Rochester. Mary Jane Lucas of Lewisljown, Montana, spent the week end at the home of her aunt, Mrs. L. G. Baker. Miss Lucas was enroute from Min- I neapolis where she had been at- I tending an aquatic school. She will ' teach swimming this summer at Billings and Lewistown, Montana. Jock Hemphill will arrive Friday from Chicago to spend a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. HempWill. They w|ll spend the week end of the Fourth at Lake Keronis, Mtlniv Jack .is in the navy and is in- the personnel officf at the Great Lake Naval train- Ing station. Read Th« Want Ads—It Payg White Leghorn Pullets 3 to 4 weeks old $16.00 per 100 Cotton Hatchery Lone Rock AS THE Attention The following Beauty Shops will be closed each Wednesday afternoon starting July 8th. Dreesman Beauty Shop Irene's Beauty Shop Curl's Beauty Shop Twin-Co Beauty Shop State Beauty Shop Modernistic Beauty Shop 3*mmmmn*mMmumm»m*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm$ FREEMAN SHOES . i Keep your feet on the smart course, ready for action, in Freeman Shoes... Alert styling, fine craftsmanship— built to give you more in smartness, comfort and long wear. Come in for a pair tod fiy. HUB CLOTHIERS CELEBRATE IN ALGONA July 5, for 4 Days TOPS In Entertainment! JUDY'S ON THE LOOSE? Cups or Saucers All Elec. Radio model, 5 tubes Two Good' Used Bicyclea on hand Second Feature i Wagons rubber Ore. Milk Pails h<wvy grade Water aiasses for lf)$ Red Barn Paint & - ia 6 go), lots BINDER TWINE We Carry Victor, Bluebird, Columbia, OJteh and! Decca Record* .Popular and Classical We buy old records—2c each for whole ones; broken records, 6c per lb. Phone 170 Kossuth Radio & Electric Co. With Pratt Electric r\ $6.50 *M <*, 9 <fetv^ *«tt4to, -««*« 4 ,<>*> i --J1 ^I'lfe.irSsi^ •

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