The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 18, 1942
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** ' The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 18,1942 HEART AHACK IS FATAL TO ARDEN REYNOLDS, GRANT Swea City: The death of Afdeii Reynolds, 3tf, came as a> jSihpdk to the entire icOntthUiiity When Word of his 'passing (became km>Wn 6n Monday. Heart disease was the cause of his death, He h'ad suffered an attack last winter, but thd final seizure , came ,pn August 6 and;he waS uftable to withstand lt« .effects, thotftfh fight for life. a< brave ? Arden was the'f dldest child . of the late Larkln and Mamie (Andet*son) Reynolds and Was born in (Grant township, '-Where he attended school and was graduated from the township high school. After : attending Iowa State ,OJollege at 'Ames, he worked as a cattle .tester' 'in the; Mason City arelii He was "married 'to Rose Schfttttil^of Mason '.City, ., and shortly; afterward! the tiouple returned to Grftnt" township ' to farm. There were no children. Surviving besides the/widow are two brothers arid twp, sisters, MM. C. D. Schaap (Clara) of AlgbnaJ James, pilot for a cpihinercial airline, now located at Hopevllle, Ga.'; Wallace, who farms the home place; and Doris, who Hves.ln Milwaukee. The Rev., B. L. Weaver of Kamrar and the Rey.'E, F. Bro- ifoerg were in charge of services at the Methodist church here Thursday. Burial^was In Harrison cemetery, •'••;•-'••''-''..• . - • VWTrtrtrWftVUWWWWWU! UPHOU3TEEING Remodeling all kinds of,.furnl ture. First class work Guar anteed. Sam Kaufman So. Iowa Theatre ' 33* Mr«, E. O. Blias, 92, Dead, Buffalo Center ToKo^uthinthe'70'8 tSwea City: Old residents of Bancroft and Seneca Will ; be sorry to learn Of the death of a former northwest Kossuth resident, Mrs. O. E. BHss, 92, which occurred on Atig. 11 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elda, Sparks in Buffalo (jehter. Mrs. IBliss was born In SHzabethtown, N. Y., In 1850, moved with her parents to Wisconsin (n 1858, later to Mitchell county, Iowa, and in the 1870's to Kossuth. She had taught school In Wisconsin previous to her marriage. In 1888 the family moved from Seneca township to Bancroft where Mr. Bliss died dn .1962. Since 1&05, MM. Bliss had made her home with her daughter 1ft Buffalo Center, For many years she was greatly handicapped by extreme deafness, and during the last years of her life, she wds entirely blind as well. She recognized 'friends Who came to call on her only by her sense of touch, li Surviving her besides her daughter are two sons, George of Pennsylvania and Bert of Wisconsin. Funeral services were held from the Schutter funeral home in Buffalo Center and ' burial was at Graceland cemetery at Bancroft. LONE ROCK NEWS Miss Ann Flalg of Oelweln spent from Monday to Wednesday at the Frank Flalg home. ' Frank Macumber returned from Eau Claire, Wls., Saturday, where he has been employed. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burt, Armstrong, were visitors at the-Frank Flaig home Tuesday evening. John Sprank returned to Washington, D. C., Wednesday after a visit here with his sister, Helen. Mrs. A, A. Krueger and Janet Lee and Kermit spent Thursday afternoon at the Chester Alme home at Ottosen. Edward Haack, Eldon Browning and Lester Rogers went to Blue Earth Friday where they, wjll be employed in a canning factory. / DINNER PAHS --___ ^-..^-..--. ' - '•? -^ :^.; -...'>*> t_. \':-.7-<;---.?* f f-~.^'iJ^tf THEE1JI0 DINKTEB PAILS ____1____$1.50 PT. THERMOS BOTTLES __-_______j_85c FOOTBALLS 60c to $6.00 BASEBALLS 1_______ 25c KITTKNBALLS _________„ 35c BATS ^__J 60c Warm Morning Heaters Kohlhaas Hardware • I A Field of Fast Pacers in a Thrilling Finish Owing to the importance of conserving gasoline and tires, auto races, thrill shows and attractions of a similar nature were 'banned after July 31, 1942. S» the entertainment on the race track at this year's fair will be made up' of horse racing on three days and one day of greyhound races. Harness horse racing Is in reality the; 1 oldest fprm of entertainment at not only county but state fairs. Horse racing became popular in America shortly after the Revolutionary War, and It is still one of the most popular of all sports. When sitting in the grandstand don't criticize driers for trying to beat the field away. It is a business proposition with him the same as with a merchant endeavoring to make his wares more attractive to the public than his competitor. (If the public will just take an hour or so to visit the race horse barns they will, by inquiry, obtain from the owners and men in charge of the horses much valued information pertaining to the sport of harness horse racing. Yiou will find those In charge of the stables courteous and eager to answer all questions pertaining to the horses in their care. Mary Kelso of Whlttemore Is the new bookkeeper at the J. L. Rtcii- ardson hardware. Mrs. Aggie ( Knapp went to Mason City Thursday to visit her son, Harry Knapp and family, for a few Weeks. ' Mr. and Mrs. O. W, Stlllman took the latter's mother, Mrs. Minnie Holland, to Maxwell Sunday where she will visit relatives and friends. Mrs. James W. Griffith and Hazel Potter of Des Moines Spent the week end In Algona. Mrs. Griffith visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Wllma Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore, began work- Ing at the Council Oak store Thursday. She was formerly employed at Dermand's Cafe. Jack Streit arrived home Jasl week from the State University of Iowa at Iowa City to spend several weeks at the home of his grandfather, A. Streit. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Knndsen returned Sunday after spending the .week at a cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mr. Knudsen is employed by the Pratt Electric Co. • Red'Cross sewffng will start again in the'sewing room on Thursday afternoon and will continue until the sewing is finished. Work will be done on boys' shirts. Mr, and Mrs. Halrry Powell and two sons of Chicago will spend the week end at the home.of Mr. and Mrs. <J. H. Swanson. Mrs. Powell Is Mr. Swanson's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray of Belmond and formerly of Algona are selling their' variety store and will leave Belmond. Their plans are not known at this' time. Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Van Amain of Minneapolis arrived Sunday for a few days' visit at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. D. A. Barnard. Mrs. Barnard is Mr. Van'Arnam's sister. Mr4 and Mrs. Raymon Henry recently .moved-from .th"e -Cady. apart- meht';to : the' 1 E;, A. Gehrlch home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jergeri»on have moved into the Cady apartment. 'Mr. tynd Mrs. Ken ,Gowan became •the parents of their first child, a girl, born Sunday at the Kossuth hospital.- She weighed seven and a half pounds and has been named Patricia. Jane Gnaff* nf Ames • returned to her home Monday afternoon after spending a few days' here with her friend, Ardls Kresensky. Ardls is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Kresensky. ' Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Wallace left Monday for two weeks In California, where they will visit Mrs. Wallace's brother, R. J. Grover, who has heen in the hospital since March'with a broken back. Mrs. B.F.JRebci, came last week to visit her son, Lee H. Reed,, and family. Mrs. Reed, a former well- known Algonan, makes her home with heridaughter, Mrs. M. A, Stewart, Yankton, South Dakota. Merle Pratt Is a new member of the Algona Rotary club. Hartan Slgsbee and Ray Funk spent the week end at Spirit Lake fishing. , The United Service Women met Monday evening at the Legion Hall with the new officers presiding. EdWjard Sherman arrived from tfew York Sunday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. T. C. Sherman.. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Buthman were guests Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. S. U. Leinbach at'Bel- mond. Mrs, Doranoe D. Greer went to Minneapolis Sunday where she will spend the week with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chet DeSart entertained the members -of the dinner Abridge club Monday evening ut their home. * ' Robert Wellman of Dodge Center, Minnesota, spent from Tuesday until Saturday with his friend, Roger Mitchell. Mr, and Mrs. Charles H. Palmer and family of Sheldon spent the week end at the parental E. J. Palmer home. Mr. and Mrs. L, E. Hovey and family left Sunday for Minneapolis where they will spend a few days visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A L. Brown attended a district meeting of the county agents.,at Allison Saturday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Diff of Webster City spent from Thursday until Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kflamp. ",.._, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ingham returned Friday evening after spending the week at Sigourney and Oskaloosa with relatives. Dickie Bell returned Sunday after spending the past two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shel&nyer at West Bend. Miss Hazel Fritze of Iowa City spent, a few days last week at the home , of Mrs. L. G. Baker. ,Mi3S Fritze is Mrs. Baker's niece. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Beamish spent the, week end at Iowa Falls Sunday they attended a family reunion of Mrs, Bearaish's family. . Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hutchinson and family will leave today (Tuesday) for a vacation with relatives and friends at Spencer and Pierson. Us at the Fair f or th^ Victory fofe 19 maintain of fine f wrnitwe direct fair, This Mrs. (R. H. Spencer returned last week after spending several months in Detroit, 'Michigan, and. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, visiting with relatives. Mrs. W. Ii. Jensen returned Saturday from Sioux City where she had spent "the past six. "weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fowler. Charles Cretzmeyer "spent" the week' end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, and helped his father celebrate a birthday. Charles Is doing , government research work at Iowa City. Dorothea! Bjustrom came home Friday evening -from- Mitchell,''S, D., to spend a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom, Dorothea attends Dakota Wesleyan at Mitchell. , _ Robert Muckey, son f>t Mr. and 'Mrs. L, S. Muckey, has completed the summer term at the Dakota Wesleyan University at Mitchell, South'Dakota, and came home Friday for a visit with his parents. Mr. ana Mrs. T. R. Kruse of Vinton visited briefly at the home of the- latter 1 ^ parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, on Friday evening. They, were enroute to Lake Qkoboji where they spent the week end With friends. Eleanor and Betty Jane LaB'arre, Margaret MJiller and Betty Lou Towne spent the week end at the LaJBajrre cottage at Clear Lake. Patty Lynch, Marion McQuire, Ruth Sankey and Betty Jane LaBarro to Clear Lake today (Tuesday) and will spend the rest of the week there. , ' Mrs. W, A, Blsfke and' daughter, Jpan,' Mrs. Earl Meiritt, and. Mrs, Sam Medin spent from Thursday until Sunday at a cottage at Lake Okoboji. They were joined Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medin of Lost Island, (Mr. and Mrs. Russell Medin of Whlttemore, ,Mr. Blake, and Mr, aj»d Mrs. W. T. Bunkofske.. Mr, and Mm, jEmll Woodf ord an4 three sons, Jim, Bob and Billy, returned to their home in Log Angeles recently after a month's visit with Mrs, Woodford's parents,.Mr- and Mrs. S. E. NoJai*. The Nolans moved to Algona last March from Hum* hojd^rand 'bought the former Andrew Qo4fredson farm at tbe'wutb " Bj town. /When the Wood' weet home Mrs, Nolan and H£$* Accompanied 'them, as far as Omaha'whei$ they/visited, the son, W«*XW,'employed ,ta a - Mr. and Mrs. Den Sorensen and family of Walnut, Iowa, returned Sunday after spending the week here at the Wm. C. Dau home and at the Peter Ehler home at Swea City. Mrs. Sorensen and Mrs. Dau are sisters. Mr, of id Mrs. Vernon Kohlhaas returned to Washington, D. C., Saturday after spending the past two weeks here with relatives and friends. Mr. Kohlhaas is practicing law and Mrs. Kohlhaas is employed by the 'government. Sue and Teddy Hutchison, children of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison, left Sunday evening for Chicago where they will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Drummond. Mrs. Drummond is the former Isabelle Hutchison. Mr, and Mrs. Chet VafiDeWalker became the parents of their second chfld, a girl, born Tuesday of last week at the General hospital. The baby weighed eight pounds and three ounces. Mrs.^an DeWalker is the former Joyce Hotter. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGollins of Minneapolis and Mrs. W. A. Hollern, Mrs. M. Rengel and Mrs. H. T. Braun of St. Cloud, Minnesota, arrived at the L. A. Matern home for a few days' visit. The ladies are sisters of Mrs. Matern. Ted Chrischilles returned Sunday after spending the past two weeks in Florida with friends. He has unlisted in the navy and has 'been ordered to report to -Notre Dame University, August 31. Ted is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chris- chines. ' , Jack Chrischilles, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischllles, will complete the summer term at Beloit college, Beloit, Wisconsin, August 22, and will leave with some friends for a tour of the west. They plan, to be back around the first of Sep-' tember, ' •. i i, ; Mrs. Richard Cowafti and daughters returned Sunday after spending the past ten days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krogh at Mason City. Mrs. Krogh returned with them arid will visit here until Thursday. Mrs. 'Krogh is the v former Ruth McKee. Mrs. T.> L. Larson was called to Cedar Rapids Sunday by the illness of her father, Frank Gerstener. She accompanied her daughter and husband, Dr. and Mrs. Carl Fischer, as far as Cedar Rapids after which time they went on to their home at LaPorte, Indiana. Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Green.wbod Manhood'* success often depends upon childhood's vision The leaders of tomorrow are the learners of today. A good education is a good foundation for successful adult years. Yet many bright, intelligent, alert youngsters are being robbed of a good education by defective sight. By poor vision that makes studying an exhausting chore, and learning difficult. , Give your child good vision. Have his eyesight examined—now—and corrected if need be. Equip him to learn easily now; his whole future depend; upon it. A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST Algona, Iowa are spending a few days at the home of Dr. and Mns. L. W. Fox. Mr. Greenwood is an engineer arid is connected with the American Alr- 'llnes project In Old Mexico, 32S miles south of Laredo, Texas. Mrs. Greenwood and Mrs. Fox are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Thurou of Stratford returned to their home Monday after spending the past few days at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Win- dell. Mrs. Thurau Is the forfltfff Lela Wlndell, and her husband Ifc the superintendent of schobls ftfc > J Stratford. ' ' l Mrs. Dennis Pratt returned Mfe Friday evening after spending thfe week at the home of her parenta> Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tfaeger, At Sumner, Iowa. She accompanied he* husband who .has been Wiring Utft new county home at Burlington and} the new 'building at the navy prft- flight school at Iowa City. fi. It's a proven fact, tli&t a stored car deteriorates •faster than one that is sensibly driven every diay, The same is true of tires. As proof place a box of rubber bands in storage... After a few .months they lose their resiliency, may even fall apart. So be patriotic and keep your car running—but remember drive fewer miles and sensibly, ' • " Keep Vour Car In Condition For Yourself and Uncle Sam Johnson D-X Station State & Moore Mn ALWAYb (.OUU. ^^ Tuesday and Wednesday, Augr. 18-19 '<GRANJ» (DENTBAL MURDER" . 'STAKTLEnr ANP UVUTOSTCHi" Thursday-Friday-Saturday, Aug. 2M1-»Z JOHN MACK BROWN Sunday, Augi 23—4* Days County Fair W«*k BUTRV toaW«*t... torn by warl TiTlV P E K C W T. 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