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The Algona Upper Des Mdnes,AlgdHtr, Idwfl, Ji»my 24> SWEA-EAGLE GIRL WEDS SEATTLE CAMP SOLDIER Swea-Eagle — Kathryrf Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson, became the bride of Bernard Bosford, Seattle, Wash., in a candlelight service st Grace Lutheran church in Fairmont Friday night, June 11, at 7 •o'clock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. Olson. Attendants were Miss Dorothy Lindo, cousin of the bride;, and Keith Anderson, brother, of the bride, Near •relatives witnessed the ceremony. .A reception for the newlyweds was held that night at the home of the bride's parents, sixty being present. \ Mrs. Bosford graduated from Swea City high school and then attended the University of Washington, Seattle, for one year. The past : two years she has been employed as a receiving clerk in n 'Seattje store. She came home two -weeks ago. Her husband crfhie last week'. They returned to Seattle, Wash'., Saturday'where he is employed in the civil service at Boeirtg air field. Ge(5. McGregor.of Deer Lodge, Mo., ; is visiting at the home of his brother, C. F. McGregor. Miss Beiyl Hyler, Swea Sunny Side Girls : 4-H club leader, and a large; number of girls attended t the county rally at Call Park, Al' gona, Friday. ' r : Cadet Robert W. Johnsgn, of the army air corps of Morningside College, Sioux City, visited a few days last week' with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Johnson.- Miss Clara, Gpraczkowsi finished a business course at 'A-.I.B..- in. Des Moines and .will visit here'a week, then return to an -. office stenographer's job. Her • brother, Pvt. Peter GoraczkoWsi, stationed at Long Island, New York, is here also at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goraczkowsi. Mrs. Nets Swanson and; daughter, Joanne, visited last week flt the Otto Larson home. Mrs. Swanson moved from Mason City last week into rooms at the Gun* ard Stenstrom home in town'. Her daughter, Meta Mae Swanson, has been accepted 'as "a WAVE and will leave for. New York at an early date. ., \ Mrs. O. A. Jenson entertained the folldwing ladies at an afternoon luncheon Saturday: Misses Louisa, Emma and Esther Adolphson, Mrs. Anna Adolphson and daughter, Ruth, Bancroft; Mrs. Sam Faugest and Mrs. Claude Faugest, East Chain, Minn.; Mrs. Olaf Pearson, Mrs. W. O. Nelson and Mrs. Emil Larson. Mrs. O. A. Jenson received word recently from her brother, Otto Eckholm, Wilmar,--' Minn., that his wife and daughter, Avis, have left for Kingsburg, Calif., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tegelberg. The Tegelbergs farmed here many years before moving to California. Both are past 80 years of age and are in good health. Mrs. Eckholm expects to remain for some time if she likes California and her husband will join her and they will make that their future home. ST. JOE NEWS osystssxeix^^ Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramer, of Whittemore, spent Sunday in this vicinity. Pvt. Norbert Thilges Is expected home this week from Camp Hood, Texas; for his first furlough. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges. U. B. Frankl and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frankl and son of Irvington were Sunday evening visitors at the George Wagner home here. Corp! Math Fr«lei«s of Camp Grueber", Okla., spent the' weekend here with his' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Frideres, and with relatives and friends. Petty Officer George Mueller, of the navy recruiting station in Des Look at These Spnrt-er.e ghiilie tie \\'AAC-type walking shoe. Widths AAA to B. Sizes to 10. , Aerotued crushed kjdjghillie tie. Other afcn-types. Widths AAA to EE. Sizes to 11. H'tlSNowl Be sure to bring Sugar and Coffee Ration Boole No. 1. SOME FOR ALL? Thanks to rationing you can still have BUTTER AT EVERY MEAL 1 „. U>J' *•_ - i Dale Schuldt of Spencer is now in charge of the meat department at the National Tea Store. Mrs. John Haggard (eft last week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thurstori, at Virginia, Minnesota. Lylc Mathcs is having- a vacation this week from the Kresensky store, where he is in charge of the shoe department. Mrs. V. Rising and nephew, Jon Peterson, and Mrs. Lorcn Brown and daughter, Jacquelin, went to Mason City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hanson spent the week-end at Mason City visiting their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mortensen. Mrs. Jean Oclrich returned last week from Rochester, where she had a check-up at the clinic. She expects to return to her duties at the creamery some time next week. Mrs. L. J. Dickinson and Mrs. F. E. V. Shore and the latter's son, Phillip, are expected Friday for a week-end visit at the home of the ladies' sister, Mrs. A. Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan and Mr. and Mrj. Joe E. Lynch spent the week-end at a cottage at Okoboji and attended the annual Law Chautauqua which is held every year at the Inn. C. A. Phillips, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, left Tuesday for Rochester, Minn., to bring home Mrs. Phillips who underwent an operation there about three weeks ago. ' F. J. Knceland is the new printer at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. He comes here from Decorah where he has been employed on the Hammond paper, the Decorah Journal. Clifford Byson of San Diego, Calif., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Byson, has enlisted in the U. S. Navy and is now stationed at the Naval Training Station at Farragut, Idaho. Paul Lindholm is going to Rochester Thursday for further treatment for his back, which was in- jured'about three .weeks ago while he was doing some lifting. Paul is the Standard Oil tank man. Mr< and Mrs. Erwin Maulcg have purchased the Page Jensen three-room bungalow on Pine street and will move there July 1. The deal was made by C. W. Nicoulin. The Jensens are planning to< leave Algona. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Giossi anil son, Billy, and Ruby Murtha spent the week-end with Mr. and Mcs. E. W. Lusby at their cottage just south of old Algona beach at Clear Lake. The Lusbys are expected home the last of this week. , ; , Mr. and MrsJ O. >F. Peterson have rented the Leo Thilges home on South Minnesota and expect to move in this week. The Petersons came, here from Waupaca, Wis., since Mr. Peterson purchased the Richardson Hardw^rS. Mr. and MrsVw.} A. Foster went to Arlington Sunday ,to; attend a family' reunion. From there Mr. Foster went on to Chicago, to attend the furniture mart and do some buying for his store. They are expected home the last'of the week. Ralph and Bob Knapp of Mason City spent Monday with their grandmother, Mrs. Aggie Knapp. Ralph has been in the army for several months and is home on furlough. Bob expects to leave next Friday to begin training in the army air forces. Tom Steven celebrated his 80th birthday June 10. He is hale and hearty and says he can trip the light fantastic at the Townsend, "Club dances/ as well as the next fellow. The day of his birthday negihbors brought in ice cream and cake to help him celebrate. Mrs. Emily Spencer arrived home Tuesday morning after visiting her niece, Mrs. J. L. Weldon, at Grosse Pointe Farms^Michigan, for several months. She also wasr in Philadelphia, Penn., where she visited the P, R. Jacobs home. She . saw her / brother while in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling and Joyce returned Sunday from a week's vacation. They were accompanied to Janesville, Wis., b.v Mrs.. D, G. White, who remained to visit her sister, Mrs. E. W. Tessin, The Sterlings visited at DeKalb, Illinois, with a brother and sister of Mr. Sterling. Mrs. Lyda Allen came Sunday from Sheldon, where she has been visiting her daughter for several weeks and will make her home with Mrs. A. Hutchison. Since the death of her cousin, T. H. Wadsworth; for whom she kept house several years, Mrs. Allen has been employed in Mason City. Evelyn Brophy, who has been employed at the J. W. Haggard home the past few months, has returned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brophy, near-' Hardy, and will operate a tractor on the farm this summer. Miss Qrtha Mevers. is taking Evelyn's place' at the Haggard home. Donald Reed of Iowa Falls is visiting with his sister, Mrs. R. L. Beamish, Doris Paetz is the new stenographer and bookkeeper at the Algona Implement Co. R. O. Bjustrom left Sunday for Chicago where he intends to do some buying for his furniture store. Mrs. Mary Otto of Sioux City came Saturday to visit her daughter, Mrs. H. W. Becker. She will remain for qwhile. Mr. and Mrs. M. F.' Amfahr visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cloves at Goldfleld Sunday. Mr. Cloves is a brother of Mrs. Amfahr. George Meyer, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer, former Algon- ians, is here from Holstein visiting with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jenson were expected home last : night from Kansas City, where they have spent the past three weeks. Mrs. H. C. Adams left Saturday for her home in Los Angeles. Calif., after a week in Algona looking after her farms and visiting friends. Dick Sorensen and his wife left Monday to .spend a vacation at Spirit Lake. Their little girl is staying with the Bob Simonsons at Graettinger. Mrs. J. T. Chrischllles left last week to visit with relatives in Chicago. From there she will "o to Spring Valley, Minn., .to visit her brother and family. Mrs. B. L. Hillard of South Bend, Ind., arrived last week to Visit, with her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.. Bishop. She will return home Friday evening.- Mrs. A. W. Amunson and son, Dick, left Friday to visit Mrs. Amunson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Reynolds, at Ellsworth, Iowa. They will return Sunday. Mrs. Vincent I. Good, of Marshalltown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Reese, and Marian Reese, of Burlington, granddaughter, were visitors at' the Reese home the past week. Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough, has begun work in the sports department of the Cassidy Dress Shop at Des Moines. She has been a student at Carlton College, Northfleld, Minn. Amy Seefcld of Cleveland, Ohio, vacationed here for ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Seefeld. She left Saturday to visit in Kansas City, Mo. Miss Seefeld is a radio operator for the United Air Lines. Julie, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, .Bill, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller, and Bob, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reed, left Saturday;-;.for -:Blue Earth, Minn., whete they? wlil work in the canning factory. Mrs. Milton Fox received word recently that her daughter, Lila Schmidt, is now employed at the Interstate Aircraft, and .Eqgineer- ittfe s-Plant," aj -*H6rmo£a - Beach; Calif. She has been there about a month. Her brother,'Verle, and his wife, the former Thelma Sankey, also live at Hermosa Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Walker left Friday for Morristown, N, J., to visit their "son and "wife"," Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Walker; The trio is a fiftieth wedding anniversary gift from Phillip, who is comptroller of the International Plastic Co. of Morristown. The Walkers observed their fiftieth wedding anniversary last April. Mrs. Dow Laidley and two daughters, Gladys and Rosalie, came Sunday for a week's visit with the former's brother, Roy Nichols, and family and with other Algona relatives and friends. They expect to go from here to Fort Dodge for a week with Mrs. Laidley's parents. Dow is employed on the Rock County Star at Lu- Verne, Minn. Mrs. Cora D. Miller came last Thursday for a week's visit with Algona relatives and friends. She; will go from here to Los Angeles, Calif., stopping enroute in Sioux City to visit for a few days. Her daughter, Maureen, is head clerk of the selective service board in Los Angeles. Her son, Ed is married and lives at Lament, Iowa. Mrs. Miller came to Algona from visiting them and making the ac- quqaintanc'e of her six months old grandson, the first child for the Ed Millers. Mrs. G. II. Free returned Friday from a visit with her sister, WrjS. C. H. Cochran, at Waucoma, towa. Two dther sisters of Mrs. Free were also guests of Mrs. Cochran at the same time. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwcll attended the wedding of Jean Hill to First Lieut. David Rhodes at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Rhodes is a niece of Mrs. Colwell. The Rhode.! will move to Texas, where Liqut. Rhodes is stationed. A. A. Bishop received a cablegram from his son, Lt. Jim, for Father's Day. Jim is serving in the Marines across the waters. He has written a letter home this week slating that he was going to have a weeks' rest somewhere in a civilized land. Ardene Olson, wno has been em- oloyed at the Mid-West Service office the past few months, has written home from Jacksonville, Fla., where she has been spending the past three weeks, that she has accepted a job at that place and will remain there. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carney and two sons, Wayne and Wendell, moved from Algona to Burt this week. Mr. Carney has been employed on the Alfred Schenck [arm, northeast of town. He has now begun'work for the Produce Co. of Wells, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Qulnn leave Saturday for their home in Washington, D. C., after two weeks in Algona visiting Mrs. Quinn's mother, Mrs. C. T. Chubb, and Mr. Quinn's sisters, Mrs. Roy Christensen and Mrs. Joel Herbst, and other friends and relatives. Mrs. Sterling Johnson and children, Judy and Larry, of Madison, Wis., are expected to visit the Robert Carney home some time this week. She has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Larson, Titonka. Mr. Johnson is a salesman for the Gamble Store in Madison. ° Richard Woodward, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Woodward, arrived last evening to visit the Glen Raney home. Richard will leave for Iowa State College at Ames where he will begin his training in the V-12 on July 1st. The The Woodwards moved to Sioux City a short time ago. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Zajicek of Council Bluffs spent last week visiting the latter's mother, Mrs. Lottie Johnson, and daughter, Norma, in Algona and the Tod Johnsons at Bancroft. Mrs. Johnson was called to Eagle Grove Friday to be with her daughter-in- law, Mrs. Edward Johnson, who underwent an appendectomy, but is recovering nicely. Edward is in the army stationed in Canada. Frances, daughter of Mr. and Could You Use $100 Bet you can think of many uses :for it! Well, you can get $50$100 - -$200 or more in IMMEDIATE CASH thru us. 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Cecelia, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eerte, underwent an operation for appendicitis at St. Joseph Mercy, hospital at Fort Dodge recently, She returned home Tuesday, j Mr. and Mrs. George ThqJ and Mr. and Mrs. John Thul anc} Rita attended funeral services for John Merk, 57 t at Clarion on Tu,ejd,ay morning. Mr. Merfe was a cquain of the ThylS, '." Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hemjley, of Hodman, are the parents of a daughter, born. las^ week, They have one other child, a boy, Mrs. Hemley is the former Rita Becker, daughter of Mrs. ld$ Beifeer-of this, place. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Jph»?£ri£ler$3, Mr. and Mrs. Ptjter Mujlen and sons, and J!^^* FTI-, ereg and fsmUy §ntj MFS, Bojs ^enjoygg a THURS., FRI. AND SAT. June 24, 25 and 26 -2nd Feature COSMO IONES . SUN., MON. TUBS, and WED. JUNE 27, 28, 29 and 30 A MONOGRAM PKIUiU VI ?nd Feature Rosemary Lane-Patrlc Knowles ^iOUiS6 B^&v^rs i "AW, 8^ 4 Battle of the 4V 4*4*0114 fHEATEES ••'.< Mrs. E. J. Hough, has been in New York for a short vacation from her job as fashion copywriter for Loenstein's in Memphis,. Tenn. She and Jane Cretzmeyer, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, met in New York while they were both there. Jane returned home Monday after two weeks there. Frances will come to Algona in July for a tWo weeks' visit. J. D. Cawthorne of Aberdeen, S. D,, came last week to act as manager of the S.&L. store, while Jack Kerner is vacationing near Fergus Falls, Minn., in the interests o£ his health. Vern Johnson, district supervisor from Mankatd, has been in charge the past two weeks or more. He left Saturday accompanied as far as Mankato by Mrs. Kerner and son, who were going on from there to join Jack at Fergus Falls. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson, Mrs. Florence Peterson and Ronald, and Mrs. V. Rising attended the celebration of the Methodist church at Swea City On Sunday. This is the fiftieth year since the dedication of the church. 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