The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1942 · Page 7
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ttoward Hocnk and I>toyd Pratt .-Spent Thursday and Friday at Og•den where they went,on business. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner were supper guests at the home of Mr. .Arid MrSi Herman Maahs on Sunday evening, D«naid, oldest son of Mr. and ,.',>frs. Clark Orion, was recently .graduated frbm the army radio and 'teletype school at Tampa,.'Florida. ,Mr8. Clara Ktahr In reported rest- i.lngj comfortably at the Kossuth •hospital where she is recovering fr'Ott a fall In which she broke her ihlpi ,Bov. and Mrs. ,1. O. Ituthman w.eiilt to Belmond Sunday where the fdtjner otMclated at the funeral of! Mrs. Benson 1 who was' "a friend of the Buthmana. . ftp*. Bind Mrs. Charles Akre arc the, parents of a son bofrtlMotiday, '^ ! - 'iber ' 3d, at Washington, D. 10 baby weighed seven pounds eleven ounces. Merrynian nnllstiMl in thr . , '•-construction battalion of the navy 1 Sutjday. This group Is known, as thb! Seabecs and are trained to "buljd and also fight. ' ' 'Mr;-a*id Mrs. Carl Nelson were . Sunday dinner guests of..Mr. and 7V»rS. M, F. Amfahr. On Monday 'Mr.j and-'.Mra M. Cunningham of ."Waterloo .were their,guests.. i ,TTie Red Cross sewing • room will ••Reopen afternoons Tuesday through Friday of th'a week. 'On Wednes- i <d£yf the *ooms wil open at 9:30 In -the';'morning for all. day sewing. 1 -Mr. and 'Mrs. Harold KucheU- • 'rreuther'land-family have moved.to •tHe" Webster'house on the corner 1 -oi McGregor• and Jones .streets. ' Tfiey 'formerly lived at 310 East Kennedy. ••...,.:. Cf W. Morck went to Omaha on iMJohda'y to meet his son-irt-law, ' lit- 'Pbrrence Greer who flew as far as Omaha'on h?s way to Algona to .rtt^ke the acquaintance of his new "•ion horn Sunday. ' Corporal Campbell Humphrey arrived .Viome Sundav for a short leave rfrom the army. He will be here un; ,tii Wednesday When he will return to Camp Rucker, . Alabama, •where he is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Schultz anj the ; formefs brother, Armin Schultz left Wednesday for California where they will be employed in a shipyard. The Schultz brothers have been operating d filling station. Rev. and Mrs. ,1. C. Buthman will •go to Good-Hope tonteht (Tuesday) .where they will attend a sub- district meettog of Methodist ministers -and their wives tp be held at the home of'the Rev. W. M. Seliaper.' : .•'•"•.•• : 0r. and Rlrs.: A. .1. Eason and daughters, Marjorie and Mary Susan spent Sunday at Orange C'.ty , an*d.Alton where they visited Mrs. TEasbn's parentjj, ; Mr. .'anti Mrs. P. y^^daiea and Jpr. Eason's mothrr, ' ; ifrs. Sue Eason. i,,,:..::Oorp. and'-Mrs. Eartraett Hegarty . Wednesday to spend an eight dayvfuTlbngh with home folks. JBm- inett has'been in the service dlttne- .•April 22, and has been located at -Clovifl, New Mejoco, where his wife .has- been with h'ora. Theodore Zlttritscji, visited from "Tuesday until Sunday with his'.f am-.. jjy who are making their home with Mrs. Zittrltsch's parents, Mr, and -Mrs. Leoir Merritt. Theodore is ecri- ' ployed at the Bowers roller bearing plant at Detrof't, Michigan. .Walter Kempley, son of Mr. and :Miw. W. V. Kempley, is recovering 'from pneumonia at his home on Thorington street. He is a junior in. the local 'high school. Mr. Kempley travels for the Case Co, the fam-'ly occupies the Bonar Pvt A. I/. Pulllam has been transferred from Ohanute Field In Illinois, to the an Antonio Aviation Cadet Center at San Antonio, Texas. He has been in the army since April 22 ami before that< time worked for the Equitable Life Insurance Company in Algona. Lt. and Mrs. Diorrcnco Greor lio r came the parents of a six and one- half pound 'baby boy at the Kossuth hospital Sunday. The baby's father, Lieut. Greer, is with the army and Mrs. Greer, the forme! Virginia Morck, is With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck, h<1re. Pvt. K. F). (Mwody) Huwiliold is expected Saturday for a tfi-day furlough with his .parents< Mr. and Mrs, August Huenhold. Since August," Moody has been stationed at Camp Swift, Texas, and before that in California. This is his first fur-" lough since induction over a year Staff Sfft. and Mrs. J. Roscoe Stewart left Frday for their home in Greenville, South Carolina, Where Roscoe is stationed and where his wife is employed. They were accompanied by his sister, Helen, who has been employed at Waterloo. She «plans to make her home with them in Carolina Mrs. C. E. Hoise, 87, had:the misfortune of slipping at her home on Thorington street and fracturing her hip Monday morning. She was taken to the Lutheran hospt- ta at Fort Dodge for treatment. Rev. and Mrs. P. J.. Bra'ner went to Fort Dodge Monday afternoon to visit Mrs. Heise. Arden Orton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ortqii, returned last week from. Alaska where he has been located for several months with one of the construction companies. He had planned to remain there during the winter, but decided to return home when an opportunity presented itself to cbme. Mrs. Robert Gill and baby Ron Ronald 'Lee, arrived here Friday for a short visit with her mother, Airs. Ethelyn Banker and her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Rf.ce. The Gill daughter, Janice, who has been with Mr. and Mrs. Rice for some time, will return to Omaha with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams became the parents of their first cihld, a girl, born Friday at the Kossuth hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds and five ouncfes and will be named Marijane for her two grandmothers. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey and Mr; and Mrs.' Chet Willams. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Richardson became the parents of their first child, a daughter .born Saturday at iouse. Miss Jean Murtagh, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C: B. Murtagh, will graduate from the State University at Iowa City December 20. Immediately after the holidays Miss Murtagh will take up :hor duties aa a teacher in the high school at Belmond. Mrs. Oscar Proiot "of Park Rapids, Minnesota, spent Thursday In Al- gond visiting her brother and wife, Mr. and MJrs. Leo Spllles. Mrs. Pbirot •went to Whitte'more to vls'.t her mother, 'Mrs. Gertrude Spllles, who ; has not been in the best of health lately, I,t Mark Stanton arrived homo Wednesday to \1isit his* mother, Mrs. Josephine Stanton, for ten days. He has recently completed his officers' training at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, and will go from here to Drew Field, an air at Tampa, Florida. Pairview-Corwith i i; I &' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nail have /received word their son, Edw, has fceen promoted to technical sergeant. ; ' Mrfc-Adrlan iFrazter. the lormcr .Virginia-Walley send^.wprd to her, • "*•'--•• • • • ''' yecelvedfa ent grade 3 ;bn '••a recep- "Master Corps parents, that she promotion to gove; ^f&liig,' Her new .* tlonlst in the Quar of the army, Mrs. Roberta, Trees received jyord from her husband, Fyt. Ball •wh« to stationed at Camp Calif, that he has been In the hos- •pital for a week and has been told by the Doctor that, be nujst rem?'" to the hospital another.week. Ralph suffered a severe attack of. influenza and tonsilitls. Mrs, Donald Anderson has left .. for Chicago where she is attending school at the Western Union offices. — ' ' Ms with the U. S, army „ „, , Q and their little daughter is with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson for the Mrs, Anderson Is the form- Wolf and her sister, Jo- Sitka, Alaska. Mrs. Richardson is the former -Bernlce Norton of Algona, who are grandparents for the eighth.time. j Mr.,R'.chardson Is employed .at an air jbase in Sitka and Mrsi Richardson'Is' aformer teacher. .. •••• ... ; Scrgant Arthur ,J. Plathe Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chun. Plathe at Bode pn his furlough .from the 1 army. •' He '(has ibeen stationed at Camp Barkley, Texas, but upon his return he will be sent to Camp Bowie, Texas. He will stop enroute to Kansas City to visit his brother, Vernon Plathe, who Is also in the army. Mr. and Mrs. D. ; C. Hutchison returned Monday from Chicago where they went on a business mission last Tuesday. They were accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. D6r- weiler of West Bend. The Hutch- ision, daughters Nancy and Joanne, visited their grandmother, Mrs. A. Hutchison in thef.r parentsj' absence. Vernon Nelson and Walter Gorman went to" Pes Moines Friday, where Walter joined the Merchant Marine and expects to leave soon after Chr'atmas for duty. Walter .is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gorman and he was formerly employed by the FBI at Washington D. C. He has resigned his position with that organization for the du- rat'on The Red Cross surgical dressing room wMl be open every afternoon and evening this week through Friday. The ladies report that on Friday by working straight through | from one in the afternoon until ten at night, 2250 bandages were made. On Tuesday (today) a new quota will be started consisting of 2 toy 2 bandages of the type made in the first quota. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gold and their children/Betty and Raymond, are moving today to Albert Lea. Minn.. where Mr. Gold will continue his work with Wilson & Co. The Golds have lived in Algona the past three years while he operated the Wilson truck out of here. They came here from Albert Lea. Mrs. Gold ha.» been an active worker In the First Lutheran church, Ferdinand Koppen and Arnold Becker visited Mr. and Mrs, J, Roscoe Stewart in Algona Thursday. The boys are cousins, Mr, Koppen and Mr. Becker, who have been in fie'navy for two years were spending their first leave In that time with Yho.'.- narents st Lakota. They : were stationed at Pearl Harbor at the time of the attack. Mr. Stewart 'a staff sergeant in the army, Evelyn Cady received word of the death of her friend, Bertha J^e, 30 at Leminon, South Dakota, Lowe Hved in Algona about years ago and taught in the rural schools uirtil -J012 when she iwent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tienr ry L. Lowe to South Dakota, where they homesteaded. When Mr. Lowe Jived '*» Algona he ran a delivery wagon for groceries. Poth the parents and three children are now dead, the only surviving member of the family 'being John who lives at Madison, Wisconsin What Could Be A Nicer Gift Than A New Suit or Overcoat Zeuder's carry the quality lines yon are proud to give. Suits at 25 30 35 40 Coats at 20 25 30 Greif Clothcraft Michaels-Stern Kuppenheimer So Many Things To Buy A Boy * ' . ' ' Christmas is the time to buy gifts for, a boy.• Which you know will make his hekrt, sw;ell with joy—extra nice tilings which you hesitate, about so often but would like so well to see him dressed in. ..'. ••/. » T0&&Z VsS^ AP <® "O^ $V **&$** \^\^y^ >.>• <** Vt^V "•*«\v A, _ VV -voiV wO> v > AV^ -VOt? „ v%>.> '$£$& FOR BOYS ; Here are some of the many items you will find on our boys' tables. '[.' Kaynee shirts for boys from 6 to ' 20. ardines in sport and collar styles, stitched collars in open or closed types. Broadcloths a,n ^regular dress style, 79c to 1.95. Tie sets 25c to 1.00 '. Brush sets ..___50e to l.OD Robes, warm flannels 2.95 Jackets ... .___2.95 to 8.50 Muffler sets _.-i 1.00' Sweaters ____—.__1.00 to 3.00 Slax and jumpers __1.25 to 3.95 - The' finest brandsi money can buy. Arrow Phillips- Jones Marlboro The largest stock you could ever hope to look at 1.65 to 2.50 Also sports shirts by Glover and a really <>Teat gift item. 2.50 to 5.00 Robes An ever welcome gift that is always appreciated. Made by Glover and Standard 4.95 to 7.95 ers. Gloves Gene Gwddls Is leaving today (Tuesday) U emplpyed by the Western h« ^ffjgjg . Announcements have been rece'v- of the marriafre of Ueut, Jar-k City. November 9. to New York wfeere dV4 xsrvic*. Lte «« V. ft Pw«« v e, -/» H -Mi j *'- dls te one of .the few heating en- Kineers In the State. Mr, and. Mrs. Gad4 ! « have Jived here fo* the past two years while he wag with the T.«lfrhton Supply Cp. and they are leayin* only because of government restriction* *» th * J> u %! )ln K J *2 d heating line*. Mrs, Qadjgi and the , Sberyl. can b» 9? suitaWe Uvteg i|!»artew Hosiery Three very famous lines grouped on two well arranged tables for your easy selection. Anklets or fuU length, gartertops. or plain. Iron Clad Interwoven Holeprooi 25c 39c 45c 65c Ti Slippers Soft soles or Everetts, felts or fine Kid leath- 98c to 2.95 in Made by America V finest leather worker gloves, Hansen, s capes and rug,„„. Deerskins in lined or unlined styles. .Many are whipped stitched in the newest and most masculine styles, $1 to $5 ajamas Good Grief—To take one look at some of these Romeos dressed for bed is excuse enough to buy him a dozen new pairs of pajamas. If you <jan't buy a dozen, be sure to get him at least one of these beautiful new pajamas made by B. V. D. or Glover, 1,65 to 5,00 ies This year as in past years. Zerider 's will feature North Iowa's largest selection of ties. Two great racks to choose from and one ' large table selection. -.'• Ties by only the inostfamous v.' > Cheney Arrow Hipsch Frank & Meyer Barg 50c 1.00 1.50 Be sure to visit our Tie Fair Other Suggestions Out this list out and check it. Ask to sec these many beautiful items. Belts and suspenders by Hickock, glass and leather in colors and plains, all beautifully packed. 1.00 1,50 HANDKERCHIEFS Boxed sets in colors or white on white initials, Put up iaboxes of three. For the box 1.00 140 ...... t * JACKETS jackets in fine G*b wlines, wools, from 3.95 to Tie Mufflers Sb,oes A hat makes a lo^ly gift, der ike leatop bawd is bjfc size, or buy a Bftt gift — LiJ2 like these, " ---- "" WEAR FOR ZENDER'S MEN ' S Beautiful Bo*e§ and Wrappings for Gifts

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