The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 20, 1942
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LOCAL-NOTES Mr. and Mrs. August Harig and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haring spent Sunday at Forest City vlsitiflg the .men's sister, Mrs. Chaa. Stufllcki Emellno AHg or Whittemore In the hew (bookkeeper at the F. S. Norton & Son lumber yard. She began her new duties last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Medln left Sunday for their home In Dubuque after a visit with Mr. Medin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medln. MTB. George Free and Mrs. D. D. Monlux Spent Wednesday afternoon at Bode where they visited the former's sister, Mrs. Walter Thorrtp son. Evan Finnell has been In Algona recently soliciting job printing work for the Bancroft Register. He is a former employee of the Algona Ad» vance. Tom Kohlhaas spent .the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. John Kohlhaas. He is a student at Creighton Unlversltyl&t Om aha. • " Mrs, M. P. Chrl8tlan*«H went an emergency appendectomy Sunday evening at the Kossuth hospital. Her condition was reported good on Monday. Mr. and Mrs.' Dennis Pratt, Mrs. R. B. Waller and daughter, Pamela, spent Friday afternoon in Mason Gtty where Dennis completed work for his cross country flying license. Mr. and Mrs- O. D. Stokes returned Saturday from two weeks at Glenfleld, North Dakota, where they were looking after their farm They report that crops look flnt throughout the Dakotas. Mrs. J. T. Alexander of Los An geles and her daughter, Mrs. R M. Mason and the latter's daugh ter, ElizaJbeth, of Arlington, Va. came Sunday for a -vrslt at the home Mrs. Alexander's son. Dr. W. D. An drews. The three visited relative at Perry before coming to Algona Mrs. Alexander formerly lived in Algona but has resided in Calfor nlft for several years. Vote for Art J. Cogley (For Second Term) Democratic Candidate for Kossuth County S H E RIF F >We're all working together to save rubber for .• %ncle Sam. Our part in this nation-wide pro- : " gram is to hjelp you. Come in ... let us check' your tires for hidden cuts and bruises, for uneven tread wear. wrrTWI «ACS You save money by using our VIKING- UAb AND OIL. Our lower operating costs make it possible to sell for less. 'Use VIKING HIGH TEST and watch' your motor purr at 110 greater cost than when you use other regular gas. Or buy VIKING REGULAR and buy War Savings Stamps with the difference. Viking Oil Co. E. B. iCarlson Milwaukee Depot Plaza ...PRICED TO FIT WAR-TIME BUDGETS THEM HERE FRIDAY October 23 STORAGE FURS Wat BE HERE Have y«w fat been in Cownle Hygro-coU ftojrage this ««P^ mer? T^en Vw W &* *?* here iat pur store during thi» special sKowinif. w«Ie»s yott have instructed .CftW»l» • to bring them Your new fur coat may have to .serve for the duration.— -so choose a Cownie Fur. .Choose this week while you can select from our brand-new showing of 1943 fashions in! Cownie Furs. They're excellent values, backed by the True-Value Certificate of Iowa's largest furriers, Typical values irt* r j Gipae? Chekiang Cjracwl * PrfcM inh^t Vftory KRESENSKY'S Mls» Lwcift Wallace spent Sonday in Mason City where she visited her sister, Mrs. Alfle Chapln. Bernard Wilson of Lake Mills, Iowa, spent Thursday In Algoria with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D.Wilson. Mr, »Ud Mrs. W. A. Hafdy and son, Robert and daughter, Cynthia spent the week end with relattves In Minneapolis. Mrs. Milton Norton is 111 at her home. Her condition is somewhat Improved at thia time. She has a nurse in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish of Iowa Falls spent the week end In Algona with their son and wife, Mr, and Mrs. R. It. Beamish. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scheppirian are the parents of their second child, a son, born Saturday at the General hospital. Their first child Is also a son. Mrs. Malry B. Brown of DCS Moines is veiling her son and wife Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Thompson. Mrs. Brown arrived Sunday and plans to be here about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian and Jean and Billy spent Sunday at Lakota with Mr. Thaves and Mrs. Guderian's sisters, Emma and Louise Thaves. Mrs. B. M. Wlngert underwent an emergency appendectomy at the General hospital Saturday. Mrs. Wingert's husband i« In the service and she is living in the Mlsbach apartments. Mrs. Chet DeSart and daughter, Judy, have joined Mr. DeSart ta their new home in Fort Dodge, where Chet is manager of the shoe department in the Montgomery Ward store. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Buthman entertained the members of the Methodist sub-district ministerial union at their home Monday evening at a meet'ng in, which plans for the year's work were made. Mrs. Gene Oaddls and two children went to Cedar Falls Tuesday to visit Mr. Gaddis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gaddis. Mr. Gaddis drove to Cedar Falls during the week end to bring hi* family home. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Crawford and daughters and:the former's mother, Mrs.: James Crawford ot.Whitta- more spent the week end in Minneapolis with their brother and son and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford. Fred Kent, Jr., spent the week end in Algona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent. Fred is in the army and was being transferred from Camp Button in North Carolina to Camp McCoy • at Sparta, Wisconsin. Mrs. F. W. Dlngley, Mrs. P. l>. Zerfass and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan went to Ft. Dodge Thursday where they-met the former's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nugent of Des Moines and spent me afternoon with them. Jahnes Irvln flatten, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvta Gatton and Irene May Jacobs, Infant daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Jacobs, were baptized Sunday at Trinity Lutheran church with the Rev. P. J. Braner officiating. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Dau were at Whittemore Sunday where Mrs. Dau attended a post nuptial shower for Mrs. .Donald Hurlburt at the Lutheran school hall. 'Mr. and Mrs. Dau were Sunday supper guests in the Victor Dau home. Mr. and Mm R. O. Bjustrom and the latter's mother, Mrs. Bessie Walker spent Sunday at Delayan, Minn., where they visited ta the H R Walker and the E. Walker homes. The Delavan Walkers are sons of Mrs. Bessie Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee spent Sunday at Fort Dodge at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J!» Sigsbee. W. J. was home for the week end from his job as steam-fltter at the Gopher War plant at Hastings, Minn. D It Clopton resumed his du r ties' at the Modern Dry Cleaners and Tailors Monday after several weeks' illness. He ha'd spent some of the time at the hospital, but the past few weeks had been convalescing at home. Mr. Clopton is a partner in the firm. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves and Mr. and MrS. Ralph Blbert left Saturday for Chicago where they were called .by the death of Mrs. Hargreaves' niece, Mrs. Henry Kraft. The twin Elbert sons are visiting their aunt and uncle, MA and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves while their parents are away. Mrs. M. Jrf Strelt and Mrs. fit M. Smith spent Thursday at Mason City where they visited Mrs. Maurice Cullen and family. Mrs. Cullen is the former Teresa Strait. Mr. Cullen is a civilian instructor at Fort Crook, Nebraska and Mrs. Cullen and the children plan to remain in Mason City for the.time being. Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt, Mrs. R. B Waller and Arthur Wiese went to Des Moines Monday where they visited R. B, Waller and the J. H Hoppes. Merle and Art left Tuesday morning- from Ames for Great Lakes, Illinois where they will report back for duty after a nine.- day leave. Both Merle and Art have passed tests enabling them to go to electricians' schoql in the navy. Mr, and Mrs, A. I* Brown and Alma Schultz will attend a Seneca township farm bureau meeting tt the Osborn home tonight (Tuesday). Mr. Brown attended a cow tester's meeting at Bancroft on Monday night The title of the county agents over the state has been changed to county extension agents and the hoane demonstration agents are now called county home economists, Mr. and Mw. forest Wry came up from their home in Sioux City the first of the week for a few days vistt with Algona friend* Mrs, Dairy late* went to Brttt for a visit with relatives, while Forrest remained here to make some improvements on his farm, the old Boals place near Hobart, Forrest is » prosperous serum manufacturer, and reports his businness very good at present Mrs, Chester KiSgsJey of Qcala, Florida, returned to her home on Wednesday after a brief visit in Algona with her mother, Mrs. Eva Sherman. Mrs. Sherman and W«. Kingsley (brought the!* son and brother, Richard ghermw'9 car to, AJgona for the duration. Mr». Sherman visited her son |n New Yprk before fee was 8f»i oversea?. An othjE SQ.JJ, Bdwajd. Sherman, been c M. W. Jacob**! open* Sunday \n Ohftrlfis City where he visited M*. and Mrs. N. Miller. Mh. Homce C5tftp«icldlc l*ft Sonday for Rocliester, Atlnn., where she entered a hospital for a checkup. Mrt. P«ul Llndholm I* entertalr» r Itifr the members of her sewing club at her home this afternoon (Tuesday): E. S. tteddJn of Salem, S. Dakota, visited from Tuesday until Sunday of last week In the home of his daughter, Mrs. Mel Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr nnd children spent Friday evening at Goldfleld where they visited at the home of Mrs. Arnifahr-s brother, E. B. Clue. Mr, and Mrs. Julius Blinkman nf Shakopee, Minn., spent from Thurf-- day until Sunday in Algona vislt- ! .ng their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Muckey. Mr. and Mrs JOarl Selbcl and family of Spencer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller. Mrs. Fuller's sister, Mrs. D. J. Logan returned with them to Spencer aftnr spending two weeks here. Mrs. Ed Sheehan and Mrs. Ixjifn Brown went to Des Moinea Thursday to bring Mr. Sheehan home from a hospital where he had spent the past ten days. His cbndttion is improved and he is at his home hero. A. F. Cumin Is at Iowa City at the State Hosprtal undergoing further treatment on his eye. He left Wednesday and he was not sure how long he would have to be gone. Mr. Curran's eye Is much improved. Mrs. Ellen Wapgoner left Saturr dav for Kewanee, 111., where she will visit her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Doy. She will make the acquaintance of her new grandson, Jerry Lee Doy, born September 23. Mrs, Lawrence Mlsbach is expected to return soon from Wichita Falls, Texas, where she has been the past two weeks visiting her husband who is stationed at Shepard Field. Mrs. Misbach is receptionist at the General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre und Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan spent £e week end in Iowa C'ty with the former's daughter, Eleanor 'LaBarre and the latter couple's son, Russell Buchanan. The occasion was Dad's Day at the university. Rlr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischllles and son, Julie, took the formers mother, Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles to Spring Valley, Mirm., on Wednesday where she will visit indefinitely at the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Icelander. Max B. Bartholomew, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew, went to Des Moines Friday where he enlisted in the army. Other Algon- ians listed in Friday enlistments in Des Moines were Robt L. Kin^ and Gayle O. White both in the navy. Mr. and Mrs; Henry Lund have received word of. the birth of a grand-child, a daughter horn to their daughter, Ruth, now Mrs. Hru- bak, of Des Moines. The Hrubaks are about to leave for the west where Mr. Hrubak will be in government service. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey had as their Sunday guests the. latter a father, Alfred Hellarrd, Bricelyn, Minn.,' and her brother Clarence Helland of San Diego, California/her sister, Evelyn Helland .of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Helland of Bricelyn. Frank Esser is thinking jof growing chin whiskers so he may more gracefully bear the title of grandpa." His son, Vincent Esser was presented with a second son by his w''fe last Thursday. These are the only grandchildren, but the grandparents are tickled pink. Clark Redfield has enlisted in the navy and expects to. leave October .28 He is the son of Mrs. Meta Redfield and for the past several years he has been employed in the Borchardt drug store. His w.fe will remain here. She is an Algona Creamery employee. Helen Bestenlehner, daughter of Joe Bestenlehner, has arrived .-n Washington, D. C, where she is employed in the F. B. I. office. Foi the past two years she has operated the Vanity beauty shop at Graettinger and she has stored her equipment in Algona until after the war. Dick Keen Is visiting his mother Mrs. A. J. Keen before he is called to active service in the navy. Dick, a recent graduate of Coe College, has been working in Cedar Rapids and is due at Columbia Uni- vers'ty the twenty-sixth. He had enlisted in the V-7 plan of the navy. Mrs. William Newioth received word from her son, Florian that he has been promoted to the rank of corporal in the mechanics division of the Army Air Corps. Since the first part of February Florian has been stationed in Australia. He writes that he is well and hap py and likes the 'country. Keith Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. O Scott Moore, is a member of a class of seven candidates certified by the Seventh Service Command headquarters at Omaha for three months traniing as a junior repairman, civilian signal corps service, in the Nebraska state trade school at Milford, Neb. The group has begun training, Mrs. Mamie Kelly and Mrs. Arthur Murray of Bancroft left on Thursday for Chicago where they will visit the former's son anil the latter's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Kelly and also Mrs. Kelly s aon and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly. Omar is on the Great Lake s Naval Training school football team and they expected to see -him play Saturday. Connie Jean Bathke, Infant daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Rathke, was baptised Sunday at St. Joe. The baby was born October W a. Kossuth, hospital. Mrs. Ra^bke is living at the borne of her father, Matt helmet for the duration and her husband, Jn the Naval Re, serve, is somhewhere on the WS n seas: Sponsors at the baptism were Matt Zeiraet, St. Joe, and Mrs. P%n jtanus of JWvennore. Mr, and Bfr* H, I* OUmpre returned Friday from a. two weeks eastern trip, They visited their son, 1&, a .cadet at West Point and saw West Ponit play LaFayette and also Cornell. Jn New York they saw the last of the World Series baseball ganies. Tfcw spent some tune with Mary Catherine H\jrn, da JtM Of W«- Ifotherlne-Hurnof gona, new to New .York »» the staff magazine. Bill Johanmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Johannaon of Perry, has enlisted In the navy and Will leave Wednesday for Texas. Bill spent last summer In Algorra wdrk- Ing with his unclfr, Henry Johannson. Betty Reynolds spent the weels end In Algona wlbh her mother, Mrs. Lyle Reynolds and attended the wedding of her brother, Jesse, to Ntorma Payne on Monday morn-- ing. Betty Is a nurse employed In Des Mo?.nes. Mr. and Mrs. Boy Ingham went to Des Moines Sunday to attend a merchandise meeting and from there went orr to Oskaloosa for a day or two with the latter's parents. Mr. Ingham is manager of the Graham store. Ralph Llndhorst spent Saturday in Algona on a short pass from the army. He Is stat'oned at Savanrran, 111., and looks as if the army is agree'.ng with him. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst and is the former deputy sheriff and Mrs, George S. Jfeel and two children of Highland Park, til. Mr. and Mrs. M. 3. Stfelt spent Sunday in Emmetaburg where they visited Mrs. Streit's mother, Mrs. Martin Coonan and her sister, Mrs. Milton W. H. Morl.'.ng. Mrs. Mor- llng Is making her home with Mrs. Coonan for the duration. Mr. Mor- liing, well known in Algona Is an officer candidate at Camp Lee technical sergeant in the army and in Norfolk, Virginia. Mr, and Mrs. R. W. Mcscher and daughter, Barbara, of St. Paul, attended the Frank Riebhoff funeral here and visited with relatives and fr.'«nds. Mrs. Mescher is a daughter of Mrs. Flora Riebhoff, city, and a niece of deceased. Mr. Mescher s a son of F. XL Mescher, former mail carrier at Bancroft, and is now n the railway mail service out of St. Paul. Miss Camilla Riebhoff, a a nurse in St. Andrews hospital, Minneapolis, was here wih the Mes- chers. Ted ChrlBChine* MM finished W« month's basic training in the naval reserve at Notre Dame and has been transferred to Northwestern University in Chicago for officer's training In the midshipmen's school there. Another T. H. Chrlschllles' son, Jack, has enlisted in the V-T plan of the Navy Reserve and has toeeto sworii In. He will remain at JOCK IB in nw imm j*.*.' «,««»?! but 'because of sumrnef scao61 he 1* classified as a Junior Plus. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Clnk are tte parents, of a'daughfce*' born test Monday; They have one otbe£ child. Rex Taylor spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tajylor. Rex. is a senior at Iowa State College majoring to ag- rictultural economics and military science. He holds a second lieutenant reserve commission in the field artillery. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Reynolds and daughter, Bernice and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Reynolds all of Mason City, spent Sunday with Mrs. Lyle Reynolds and family. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. 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