The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1943 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1943
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,*"•«!»• * Hie Algdna tiptter.Des Iow;a, lune 17, 1943 MONDAY'S WIND CAUSES DAMAGE ATIRV1NGTON Irylngton—The wind storm of last Monday evening did considerable damage in this locality by 'blowing large limbs from trees • 6nd in several instances uprooting .them also. At the Chas. Reaper farm home .a large tree was blown over on a .small building, almost severing it ;in Halves. Another small building •was,..also damaged at the same iplace. The roof was blown off a •corn crib at Lawrence Hultchins, while at Rome Robisons and the Barney Capesitis place s6me build- Ings were also demolished. 'It is reported the roof from a •corn crib at the Mawdsley farm in Sherman township was blown .a distance of 500 feet away from •the building. The barn and wind- mill at the Tony Becker farm was also damaged; '•••'•., Harvey Oeilenfeldt'is working at Hugh Raneys for the summer. Earl Nelson of Fort Dodge W visiting this week with the Ralph Lages. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reaper visited Sunday at the F. R. Hunt home at Bancroft. Miss Donna Jean Reeves has come from her home, at Sioux City from an indefinite visit at the An* drew Godfredsons. Mrs. Helen Schore and family of Perry are visiting at the parental Ray Fitch home. They plan to remain until July 1st. Mrs. Ralph Brown was hostess to the Cresco Embroidery club last Wednesday. The entertainment consisted of piano solos by Harriet and Jacqueline Brown. Miss Marguerite - Skilling has gone to California in company With a friend for a vacation trip. Miss Skilling recently closed her school year of teaching at Boone. Mrs. Ralph Brown and Mrs. Put a sparkle in Dad's eye . . .add some color to his wardrobe and surprise him with a gift box from Madson & Hanson. Line Fold Collar Shirts Most comfortable collars in the world. Looks better and fits better. Collar lasts longer too. Dad will love them! Sox for Pops Choose several pairs of good' looking socks for sports and business wear as his Father's Day gift. All sizes and colors. anson Father's Day is more than just an ordinary holiday. It is the one day of the year that has been set aside to honor "DAD"! It is your chance to do something for him. Give him gifts that he likes. Cigars and Cigarettes Beautifully Boxed Set Rings Set Rinds Stationery Nuts - Candy Pipes Fountain Pens and Pencils HIS" 01 IUXI SIT Shaving Bowl , , , Bfttene*} T«& *n4 Afttjr Lotion ..the first two in the ouutanding "HIS" container? with r*WI fr»tUW . . , «U WM to color, Here is an Ideajl gift for tbe particular if quality is to be con»tder»4 tWl Wl wg} ple«»e discriminating. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hutching drove to Clear Lake Saturday to visit at the E. W. Lusby cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sampson and Mr. and Mrs. Clint Sampson spent a few days at Spirit Lake last week. Ilene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Johnson, of Spencer, came Sunday to visit her aunt, Mrs. N. J. Crawford. Joe Lynch, Jr., left Tuesday to visit -friends in Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. He will return the first of the week. Mrs. Alf Kresensky returned Tuesday from a visit to Chicago where she visited her sister in Harlan Park. Bob, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, is returning to Lorns College, Dubuque, Friday to attend 'summer school. x Mrs. Dorrence Greer, Sr., of Minneapolis spent the week-end here with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Dorrence Greer, Jr. Mrs. L. E. Llnnan returned Friday from Marysville, Kans., where she spent about three weeks visiting friends and relatives. Miss Annie Morris of Waxahachie, Texas, left Wednesday evening for her home after two weeks as a guest of Julia McEnroe and the McEnroe families. Lieut. R. J. Harrington came Friday for a visit until next Sunday with Mrs. Harrington and their son, Timmy. Bob is stationed at Camp Clark, Missouri. Mrs. Alma Nelson entertained a party of friends at an afternoon luncheon on Wednesday. Mrs. Yarda Ellis of Hartford, Conn., was an out-of-town guest. Rev. Baker has come to Algona to be pastor of the tabernacle on South Thorington street. He and his family have rented the M. P. Haggard house near the old. M. & St. L. depot. Mrs. Yarda Nelson Ellis, wife of a Hartford, Conn., physician, is here for her annual summer visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Nelson, and her sister, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas. Norman Lee, son of Paul Lee, Humboldt, arrived yesterday from Farragut, Idaho, on his first furlough after completing boot training in the Navy. He is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hornbucklc returned to their home in Draper, S. D., Sunday after a visit of three weeks with Algona relatives and friends. Mrs. Hornbuckle is a sister of Mrs. Eva Deim, Mary and John Beiser. Mr. and Mrs. Melviix Henderson of Pomona, Calif., have a 9 Ib. son, born June 15. He was named Frederick;: Mrs. Henderson -.was Leatha Stebbins, daugh- ' ter oflMr. befpre her marriage.' Both formerly lived in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Norman took their, daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs.'~Stanford Pruitt; of Kansas City to Des Moines Sunday to catch a train to their home. The Pruitts had been visiting here the past two weeks. Mrs. Pruitt is the former Dorothy Norman. Ralph Tice spent the week-end with his father, F. L. Tice at Monroe, Iowa. He expects to leave Friday evening for Johnstown, Colo., for a few days with Mrs. Tice, who is there caring for her mother, Mrs. M. V. Riches, who has suffered two strokes. The Rev. J. C. Buthman, Methodist district superintendent, spent Wednesday at Pomeroy and Fort Dodge on business. Sunday the Buthmans will go to Forest City for a church ~picnic and later in the day will go, to Lake Mills to call on the new Methodist minister there. Mrs. Victor Samson Is leaving Saturday to join her husband in Florida. Mrs. W. E. McDonald was hostess to the O. N. O. Bridge Club last Tuesday. Guy M. Butts, Wesley banker, was greteing old friends and doing business in Algona Wednesday. Mrs. Glee Pitcher and her new son, Bill, are visiting with friends at Mason City. Mrs. Pitcher is the former Doris Long, daughter of A. L. Long. Mrs. Arba Dee Mlddlekauf of Des Moines came Tuesday for a visit with her father, A. L. Long, and her son, Charles, came Saturday with friends. Selma Godfredson were among the group of ladies from iAlgona who attended the district Royal Neighbor convention at Estherville on Wednesday. Cpl. John Coper, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Coper, returned to Camp White, located near Medford, Ore., .last week. He had been spending several days with the home folks while on a furlough. Mrs. J. W. Patterson entertained the Riverdale Frjendly Hour'club ladies at her home on Tuesday afternoon. The occasion was a miscellaneous shower honoring her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Verle Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Maasdam and family visited Sunday at Renwick with the Ben Schmits, the occasion being the first wedding anniversary of the Schmits. Mrs. Maasdam and Mrs. Schmit are sisters. Hugh Raney was summoned to Fort Dodge last Wednesday to report for service on the federal grand jury, However, somewhat later, after he had departed for that city he received a telegram not to report, Miss Dorothy King was a weekend gues^ of her friend, Mrs. Gerald Leek. Dorothy recently completed her year's school \york at Ames and will go to a resort near jyniwaukee where she has employment for the summer months. Paul Gisch arrived home recently and will spend the summer with, his father, Ben Gisch, and sister, Dorothy. Paul has been attending Catholic academy for boys near Dubuque, having just completed his freshman year of school work;. Miss N.aojnt Hjewett, teacher of several years ago in school district Np 4, has just completed her yew «f teaching at Polk school in Cedar Rapids and will return to spend - inonthf! with her Parents, »Jr. and 'Mrs. Jra , ftt Swea Mrs. Andrew. received word from LoweU Samp, stating he Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling and daughter and Mrs. Mary White left Sunday morning for Janesville, Wis., and vicinity. The Sterlings are on their vacation. Mrs. G. G. Richardson and children, Marjorie and Marvin, lefl Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs Nola McClure, at Marshalltown They will be there for a couple 01 weeks. Mrs. James W. Griffith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall of Des Moines will spend the week-end here <vith her parents Mrs. Griffith works in the Selective Service. E. G. McMahon Is expected to be back in Algona soon after undergoing an operation in St. Mary'i hospital at Minneapolis. Mr. McMahon has been there since the last of May. Rev. C. C. Richardson went Sunday to Richland Center, Wis. to visit his brother, Robert, who was home from Camp McCain Miss. Rev. Richardson returned Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. Stott of Tl- tonka and their daughter and son- in-law of Algona, Mr. and Mrs Leo Immerfall, and baby. were supper guests Sunday evening a the Clair Winkie home. Mrs. Ira Vincent of San Antonio, Texas, was a guest of the Bible Class party last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Andrew Peterson and gave an interesting talk on the city and conditions there. Marilyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller, was home for the week-end from Indianapolis, Ind. The Fullers were in Spencer Saturday for the funeral of Mrs Fuller's nephew, Sgt. William Maurer. Mrs. Minnie Long is returning from Chicago where she has spent the last four months. Her daughter, Mrs, Gertrude Clow, and two Children of Chicago are 'to make their home here with her while Mr. Clow is away in the Army. Anita Rose, daughter of Mr. and *Mrs.; Phil: Kohlhaas; i visited her parents last week !from"'N6r- folk, Nebr. She had a two weeks' vacation from the Metropolitan Insurance Co., one week of which she spent visiting. in Chicago. . Dr. and Mrs. Jess Foster of Ankeny and Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett of Eagle Grove spent'the week 7 end at the W. A. Foster home. Dr. Foster is a brother of W. A. Foster and Mrs. Bartlett is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. Beverly J. Kinney and Betty Danielson, of Des Moines, were visitors at the Chris Reese home over Sunday. Beverly, a senior in the local high school, is employed for the summer in the Ankeny defense plant and Miss Danielson is a sister of Mrs. Reese. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel received word from Mrs. Leonard Hays, the former Anne Geigel, of Mitchell, Nebr., thatsa hail storm had ruined the sugar beet and hay crops and damaged a number of buildings in that locality. Mrs. Hays lives in the heart of the irrigation district of the Platte River Valley. . Mrs. Mary Henderson of Pomona, Calif., is a guest at the Elsie Cady home. She spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Osage at the home of her brother, Robin Pelleymounter. She was accompanied by Mrs. John .Kylen of Swea City and Mrs. Rehnar Johnson of Bancroft, who are als relatives of Robin. Pvt. Garmon H. Adams of Pluir Creek Twp. has just graduate from an Army business course a Woodbury College, Los Angeles He has been returned to Pomon Ordnance Depot at Pomona, Call fornia, where he was located be fore he was sent to the school. Hi work is with Army supplies. He enlisted in September, 1942. Algona has apparently acquirec a new and desirable family in the person of Mr. and Mrs. Leste N. Gill and their two children son, Homer Dean, daughter, Elizabeth Ann, and Mrs. Gill's mother Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Paine. They have secured living quarters in the old E. J, Gilmore home pn South Minnesota street. The family moved here, from Kingsley Iowa. Mr. Gill is the representative of the New York Life Insurance Company, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Thompson returned Tuesday from a two weeks' trip through the South and East. They traveled through seventeen states and the District of Columbia. They met their soq, Robert, at Birmingham, Ala. Robert is stationed in the air corps at Gulfport, Miss. They also visited their son-in-law, Lieut. Walter Freesner, at Camp Davis, N. C. In New York they saw their son, Everett, who is a pharmacist's mate, stationed on tong island. Th,e Thompsons also visited ti-ves in Washington, • O. C. ; friends'at New Field, rf J. Bob Gslgel, son of, Mr- and Mrs. Fred Oeigel, Jrvington, received his numeral from the State Unir "-- ofjjpwft fpr freshman Bob has bsun trajosT 4 Pamp, Ferry, Vij,, to , #u<sjjerae, CaM, where be oa naval patro; d H ty fort jn&ne is about forty .ffiftleg ou,t of IAS Angeles, B^ob, is, one of " two boys whj) • - • Donna Dootey left last week for a visit with her sister, Mis. Harold Schuh, and family in Oakland, Calif. Mt. and Mrs. Joseph Pellsek arc moving to Tama, Iowa, the first (it July. Mi 1 . Pelisek has been transferred there, where he will continue his work as express agent. The Peliseks came to Algona about five years ago from Tama. The three oldest girls are remaining here and renting an apartment. Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown, received word Tuesday from the Navy that he is to be at St. Ambrose College in Davenport by July 1st. Douglas has been in V-12 for quite some time. When he graduates from St. Ambrose, he will receive a commission as an ensign in the Navy. Earl R. Naudain, son of Mrs. W. E. Naudairi, has been here visiting for a week or ten days. Earl has lived in Glendale, Calif., the past 34 or 35 years. He is in the electrical business. He has been a very faithful son, coming home every year since he went out to California. Mr. Naudain expects to return the last of the month. John Long, manager of the Council Oak store, went to Graettinger Monday on a little fishing trip. Mrs. Long and their two children have been visiting relatives there since Sunday, and are expected home Thursday. While in Graettinger they were notified of the death of John's cousin, Wm. Lammers, 50, who died after a lingering illness. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney and daughter, Meredith, visited the C. O. McClellan home in LuVerne Sunday. The two sons of the Mc- Clellans were home on furlough. Cpl. Don E. McClellan is from Fort Custer, Mich., and Gunner's Mate Howard McClellan is from the navy. Howard had not been home for three years. Mr. McClellan is a brother of Mrs. Raney. Mrs. L. E. Casey, the former Ruth Dearchs, began work Tuesday at the Godden Monument Co., where she was employed prior to her marriage. She has been living in Des Moines, /but since her husband left there to be stationed in Panama, she decided to return to Algona where her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs, live. Her sister, Mary Lee, is employed in Des Moines. Walter Steven left Wednesday morning from Jefferson with a group of men employed by the Ferguson & Deal Construction Co., who are now enroute to Seattle, Wash., from where they will go on to Fairbanks, Alaska, to be employed during the summer. Transportation reservations have been holding up a number of. such groups which are awaiting call to Alaska. Sgt. and Mrs. Ed Cullen stop- IF VOI7 NEED FURNACE REPAIRS Depend on us for prompt, expert service at reasonable prices. Well help you' be »ure your tumace U tepl In good shape. .. ; The factory provide* us with 24-hour- a-day service on genuine repair part* {or Green Colonial furnaces. _,, ; ' NEW FURNACES? II jour preient lutnae* la beyond ui» er repair, you can (till .buy a new Green Colonial, Auk ui about it. 2 Laing & Muckey Phone 164 N. Dodge 8 ALGONA, IOWA GRE1N COLONIAL FURNACE-SERVICE ped in Algona briefly Monday to visit friends, arid relatives. They had been spending a few days at Whittemore with Ed's parents, Kir. and Mrs. John Cullen. Ed; who was at one time employed 6t the Kohlhaas & Spilles hardware here, is stationed at Camp Hood, Texas. They, were going from here to Beaver Dam, Wis., to visit Mrs. Cullen's parents. Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Genrich, Ames, came to Algona Wednesday evening to visit friends. He is staying with the Glen Raney family. Mr. and Mrs. Genrich came up Saturday to visit friends. They are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nolte. The family is going to Buffalo Center Saturday to visit Mrs. Genrich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones. They will return to Ames in another week. Howard graduated from Ames high school this year. Mr. Genrich teaches radio in the engineering department at Iowa State College. The Genrichs mov- ed, from Algona a year ago. Mr. and Mrs. Vefnon E. Smith were expected home yesterday from Des Moines .where they spent A few days with friends. For the past three weeks they have been living in Algona in an apartment at the home of Mrs. Smith's moth* er, Mrs. S. J. Backus. They have spent the past several months at Baton Rouge, La., where Mr. Smith was an engineer in a defense plant. He was recently commissioned a lieutenant in the army engineers and will leave Tuesday to assume his duties. Mrs. Smith will remain here for the time being. Mrs. Betty Carel of Mason City was a week-end visitor at the home of her mother, Mrs. S. J. Backus. Betty is now employed in the Montgomery Ward store in Mason City. v Mrs. H. C. Adams of Westwood Village, near Los Angeles, Calif., came Sunday from Des Moines where she had spent a few days and is visiting Algona friends fdr a week aAd loo in this.localityV Harry, is In t at Camp 1 Callah wife are the parents b£ a Harry Clarke Adams, who » few months old. The Adams ily lived in Algonaio? mant prior to moving to California fifteen or twenty years ago. Methodist Youth Fellowship Rummage Sale SATURDAY, JUNE ID at KIRK AUTO CO. WO. 2B DES MOINES COMPARE THESE EVERY DAY LOW PRICES. SEE WHAT YOU SAVE AT SUPER VALU. PRICES IN THIS AD, EXCEPT ON PERISHABLES, ARE GUARANTEED THRU THURSDAY, JUNE 24th. Texai Julca of 2 Polnu Per Can No. 2 I n_ IS 01. on I £6 4 Polnu Per Can 9Qc 4801. l>9w 18K Dellcloui Tomato Juice 2 Tomato Grapefruit 18K JulM or Grapefruit 8 Polnu Per Can 24 01. ««cam CuC 10 Polnu i4.,bo«i. 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