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fhe Algona Upper DCS MoineS, Algona, Iowa, July 15, 1943 CADE-BELL CLAN OT WHITTEMORE, HOLD REUNION Whittemore—The annual Gade- .Bell reunion was held Sunday at the Call Park at Algona. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell and son, Loran, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hiigo Gade and family, and Gustav Kraft, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer and sons, Ernest and Alvin, Mr. and Mrs William Meyer, Jr. and son, William Elmo, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and sons, Henry and Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter, Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roeber and son, Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son, Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. Werner .Gade and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Bell and family, Mr. and'Mrs. Otto Bell and son, Elmer and daughter, Irene, Mr. and Mrs. William Hanqver, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, August Roeber, Raymond Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, Mrs. Herman Gade, and Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade and daughter, Brenda, all of here; Mr, and Mrs. William Bell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas and sons, Don* aid and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade and family, and August Gade, all of West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade ahd family and Mr. arid Mrs. Emil Biersted and daughter, Mary and Carol, of Fenton;-, Mr.., and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and family of Lone Rock, and Mr. -and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and daughters, Arlene and Phyllis, of 0epew. Everybody brought their 'picnic dinner. The'afternoon was spent playing various games for young and old. Robert Bell succeeded himself as president, and Mrs. William Meyer, Jr., was elected secretary and treasurer, succeeding Mrs. Herman Gade. Mrs. Eddy Maahs is suffering with a badly infected finger this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frambacn, of Sexton, are parents of a daughter born at the McCreery hospital here Friday. Senator and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and two sons of Kanawha were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. c'lem Cavanaugh James, 10-year-otd son of Mr and Mrs. Frank Smith, fell of! the roof of the house Saturday while at play. He was rushed to the McCreery hospital and luckily no bones were found fractured although the lad was considerably bruised. A shower was extended to Miss Helen Youngwirth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Youngwirth, at the Academy Sunday afternoon Miss Youngwirth was married to Sgt. Chas. Plathe, of St. Joe, at St. Michael's church Wednesday forenoon (yesterday). At the Academy hall Friday night the Whittemore American Legion Post will present the comedy "All Star Wedding." The cast of characters is made up of all local men and the entertainment is promised to be hilariously funny for all who attend. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly had word from their two sons two weeks ago when the boys, Thomas W, and Edward Jr., telephoned from an eastern port that they were "on their way," meaning they were going to sea. The boys are serving with the U. S. Navy. Miss Isabelle Kelly, of Rock Island, 111., was here over the weekend and attended the wedding of her brother, Arthur, Monday. She is employed in the U. S. arsenal there. Mrs. Woodrow Russell and child, of Superior, Iowa, another sister of Arthur, was also here for the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Elbert, Mrs. Clara Miller, J. V. Elbert and Miss Mamie Ann Aleg were visitors in Rochester, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. C. Aleg submitted, to an operation there last Thursday and is getting along nicely. Mrs. J. V. Elbert is also a patient there and expects to return home in .the next few days. Francis (Bud) Bestenlehner has written his father, Frank Besten- lehner, that getting Jerry put of Africa was but batting practice and that now they are really going into the game. Bud is in the North Africa area serving with the army air corps, and he says it is about time that folks on the home front woke up to the fact that we're at war. He also wrote that could he get his heels on John L. Lewis' eyebrows he'd make 'em look like sand. All of the boys on the foreign front are pretty much disgusted with the strikes, labor trouble and seeming non-interest in winning a war displayed by many on the home front. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 15-16-17 Tim Holt and Cliff Edwards in "RED RIVER ROBINHOOD" Edw Norris and Inez Cooper in "WINGS OVER the PACIFIC" Serial - "G Men vs. Black Dragon" SUN...MON., TUBS. AND WED., JULY 18-19-20-21 CLARK GABLE AND CLAUDETTE COLBERT - The, N Gomedy Hit , .. . HAPPENED ONE NIGHT" — —2nd Feature- THRILLING! TIMELY! SENSATION, with Chester , Richard Jimmy MORRIS • ARLEN • LYOON , Make Your Own Declaration of Independence! , KEEP BUYING WAR BONDS and STAMPS REGULARLY! War Bonds,and Stamps on Snle^Here! ' J Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins are spending the week at Lake Okoboji: Con and Faber Hood of Graettinger are spending the week here at the Wm. Barry, Jr., home. Mrs. J. T. Chriscliilles returned Tuesday 'from a four week's trip to Chicago, 111., and Spring Valley, Minn. Mrs. Dennis Pratt has been in bed since Thursday with back trouble. She will be in bed for another week. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Hansen and daughter, Shelia, spent Sunday at the Andrew Peterson home in Titonka. > Mrs. William Aalderks of Lakota left Monday after spending the week-end here with her daughter, Mrs. Alwin Huenhold. Capt. and Mrs. Leo Dobbin and son, Leo, of Hattiesburg, Miss., are spending today at the Dr. John Kenefick home. Capt. Dobbin is in the dental corps in Mississippi. A. E. Kresensky, Herman Hauberg, T. H. Chrischilles, W. A. Foster and Roy Christensen have all spent a few days this week in Minneapolis buying merchandise. Mrs. J. T. Bohannon left Tuesday to visit her nece, Mrs. Esther Skow, at Wesley. Mrs. Tohra Johnson of Alamo, Texas, is also visiting Mrs. Skow, who is her sister. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr and children, Rarhona and Harold, returned home Thursday after visiting friends in Waterloo,- Independence, and the neighboring vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Medin and son, Howard, of Whittemore spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin. Russell is the manager for the Whittemore Creamery. Irving Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, has been promoted from a private to corporal at Camp Walters, Texas. "Pug" will be home on furlough the lac- ter part of this month. Lt. Robert Post, who is here from Lincoln, Nebr., Miss Virginia Scott of.Topeka, Kansas, who is a guest at the Post home, and the Joel Herbsts left Tuesday for Lake Okoboji to spend a few days. Mrs. Kenneth Medin and two daughters, Sandra Kay and Rosemary, of Estherville visited last week with Kenneth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin. Kenneth is the assistant manager for the Estherville Creamry. Pvt. Ralph Mertz visited with his sister, Mrs. Edw. Green, while here from St. Louis for the funeral of his cousin, S/Sgt. Bernard Mertz, who died in a hospital in Oklahoma •• from infection following 'a tonsilectomy operation. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Galbraith and children, Barbara and Jimmy, of Chicago are here visiting with Raymond's - father, W. J. Galbraith, and''the Bert Gal- Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan will leave Friday for Lake Okoboji, where they will vacation for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Lyle E. Reynolds and two sons, Guy and Dick, went to Mason City Thursday to visit until Sunday with relatives and friends. Miss Wanda Rose Young of Titonka is spending the week with her cousin, Shelia Ann Hansen, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Hansen. L. E. Linnan, accompanied by his father, John Linnan, of Maurice, is spending a few days at Pipestone, Minn., looking after some business interests. Bill Specht, who is stationed at Camp Crowder, Mo., has been promoted from a private first class to a technician, 5th grade. Bill is in the quartermaster corps. The C, B. Murtaghs, Dr. M. G. Bournes, and Theo. Hutchisons all returned Saturday from Manhattan beach at Lake Okoboji, where they had been vacationing. Michael Streit, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit, returned Monday from Ashton, Iowa, where he had been visiting the Peter Nichel family. Mrs. Nichel is his aunt. Atha Hardgrove, daughter of Mrs. Fern Hardgrove, is the new office clerk at the Pratt Electric store. She had been employed part time at Dr. A. W. Amunson'! office. The Jaycees goat acquired a new home Monday evening with the Harlan Sigsbee family. Although it has eaten asbestos off the furnace, it seems to be a welcome guest. Mrs. W. O. Williams of Des Moines is spending a two week's vacation here with her brother, H. A. Tuttle, and family. Mrs Williams works in a beauty shop in West Des Moines. Robert Bolcnus arrived home Friday from Camp Barkeley, Tex. after having received an honorable discharge from the army. The discharge was issued so that Robert could work on the farm. Patsy Coonan of Des Moines arrived Sunday to visit the M. J. Streit family. Mrs. Milton Coonan and her other daughter, Sue, arrived Tuesday to visit the Streils Mrs. Coonan is a sister-in-law ol Mrs. Streit. Vincent Seller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller, Algona, arrived home Wednesday from Camp Butner, North Carolina, for a ten- day furlough. Vincent is a private in the mortar squad, which deals with machine guns. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Thompson left Wednesday for Des Moines with their son, Everett, who will return tV Norfolk, Va., where he is a pharmacist's mate 2/c in the navy. Mrs. Hedlund and daughter Patty, accompanied the Thompsons. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert'Knudson, Jr. of Fort Dodge were Sunday Swift & Co. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bailey of Philadelphia, Penn., came Friday to visit the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs. Lynn Keith. Mr. Bailey s in the defense machinery works. He left last night for Philadelphia while his wife will remain here For a couple of weeks. Kermit Forbes is here for a few days' visit before returning to Pasco, Wash., where he is painting in one of the defense areas. He and Mrs. Forbes recently returned 'rom Chicago where they spent a lew days and where Kermit jought a car to drive wesi. He has been working on the west coast for several months. New Shipment Beautiful Heisey Glassware While our iftdfck is complete is a good time to fill in the pic'cea of Heisey glass you need in your own set. Or add to a friend's collection with a gift piece, We have the Crystolite pattern and the newer Lariat in open stock, • : •• " i • t • Stangl Pottery From owr extraordinary line of this v beautiful pottery, you will be able to find any type of vase that you want for arranging ypuV flowers to the best; advantage or for merely ornamental purposes, We Invite Yen to Vint Ow Store Often The Algona Hardware O. F PETERSON George David Wallukait, brother of Chris Wallukait, returned Monday to Virginia after visiting the Wallukait family. George is in the army. Mrs. H. A. Tuttle and two children, Marilyn and Richard, returned from Perry, Iowa, where they Visited the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell. The Rev. J. T. Snyder of Storm Lake was a week-end guest at the Rev. J. C. Buthman residence. He is the field secretary of the Board of Conference of Claimants. Max Ulrich, who is in the navy, stationed at New Orleans, came Thursday for • a week with Mrs. Ulrich, who is employed at the Algona Co-operative Creamery. Mrs. Eugene McGuire and two children, Patsy and Murray Mich ael, of Fort Dodge came Sunday for a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Storm. Bonnie Bonar came Monday for a three weeks' vacation with her mother, Mrs. J. L. Bonar. Bonnie is in her senior year of nurses training at Mercy hospital in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. O'Haire and daughter, Ann, of Washington, D. C., are expected Friday for a few weeks' visit at the home of Mrs. O'Haire's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. Lt. Robert Post, who is stationed at Lincoln, Nebr., and Miss Virginia Scott of Topeka, Kansas, visited from Friday until Tuesday at the home of Bob's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post. A letter from George L. Miller. who is stationed in the Hawaiian Islands with the Seabees, brings word that he has been promoted from a chief petty officer to a carpenter in that group. Claud Henry, who is employed in the ordnance plant at Burlington, was a guest from Saturday until Tuesday at the home of his son, Raymond, and family. He is having a week of vacation. Jean Devine and Mrs. Michael Gonosey, the former Bernice Divine, came Tuesday for a two weeks' visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Devine. Both are employed in the Naval Ammunition Depot at Hawthorne, Nev. L. M. Ostcrbauer of Ottawa, 111., came Tuesday and is visiting his sister, Mrs. Ann Fechner. Mrs. Fechner drove to Livermore co meet him. Mr. Osterbauer, who is employed at an ordnance plant near Joliet, expects to be here until Friday or Saturday.. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelley and little son left Tuesday for Chicago, where Joe will resume his studies in optometry after a few weeks of vacation. The Sawyers plan to spend a few days in Madison, Wis., and are expected home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mitchell are parents of a son born Monday evening at the Kossuth hospital and weighing 9% Ibs. He has been named Thomas. Mrs. Mitchell is the former Betty Turner. Willard is home on furlough from the Army Air Corps, located in South Dakota. Mrs. Ruth Lund Hrabak and her little daughter, Segrid, are spending a couple of weeks in Algona at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund, and sister, Mrs. Myron Ludwig. Mr. Hrabak, who is a pharmacist in Des Moines, ''expects to be called to service some time this fall. Mrs. Marion Rist and daughter, Marilyn, left Tuesday for their home in Spokane, Wash., after visiting here with Mr. Rist's father, Dr. A. L. Rist, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Griggs. Mr. Rist is in the real estate business in Spokane. Mrs. Rist taught here several years ago as Miss Petty. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Blossom of Niagara Falls, N. Y., arrived Saturday morning for a two weeks' vacation and visit with the R. S. Blossom and Julius Baas families of Algona, and the Clem Hogan and Tom Ketelsen families of West Bend. Clair is employed in the Bell Aircraft plant at Niagara Falls. Lois Schenck of Chicago 'and Mrs. Sadie Schenck of Minneapolis were recent guests at the Alfred Schenck home. Mrs. Schenck went from here to Crystal Lake for a visit with her son, Horace, and family, and Lois reentered the service two years ago! turned to Chicago, where she is braith family. Raymond, is a super- [ evening guests at the W. W. Sul- intendent of a branch house of livan residence. Mr. Knudson is Northwest news editor for the Fort Dodge Messenger & Chronicle. Mrs. Knudson is a sister of Mrs. Sullivan. Mrs. Irving Miller began work Tuesday at the Kent Motor Co. office. She will help Mrs. Chris Reese with the bookkeeping and office work. Mrs. Miller was formerly employed at the S & L Department Store as the bookkeeper. Eleanor LaBarre, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBarre, is her successor at the S & L. J. D. Cash returned to his home in Toronto, Canada, last week after a few days' visit at the W. C. Nelson home east of Algona. Mrs. Cash, who is a daughter of the Nelsons, and her daughter, Mary, will remain here until in August. Mr. Cash is manager of the Toronto branch of the Sharp & Dohme Pharmaceutical Co. Max Miller, Jr., is home on a furlough from Fort Knox, Ky., where he has just completed his officer's training. He is now a second lieutenant in the army. Max this month. Max and his wife ar leaving Saturday to visit the lat ter's parents in Preemption, 111 From there Max will return to his base. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Noland and daughter, Betty Jeanne, arrived last week from Glendale Calif., to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Noland They will return to California this week. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Woodford and three sons, Jim, Bob and I Billy, of Los Angeles, also came with the Nolands. Mrs. Woodford and her sons will remain here for a while with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noland. Miss Freda Wassenberg returned to her home in Chicago after a week's visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. E. Linnan. Other guests at the Linnan home from Sunday until Tuesday were Mrs. Linnan's brother and wife, Capt. and Mrs. Leo Wassenberg and four children, Sheila, Dick, Ronnie and Sally Ann, of Washington, D. C. The Wassenbel-gs have been visit' ing Mrs. Wassenberg's parents at Beardsley, Minn., and will return to Washington soon. Captain Wassenberg is with the Air Transport Command. He is on a four weeks' leave because of a naval operation and convalesence. WWttewore News Mr. and Mrs. J, F. MeCreery of gonda and Mrs. Forbes JMcOreery of Omaha were visitors at the H. S. Dailey home over Sunday. Mrs. Joe Statellman, of near Ottosen, left from here Sunday for Rochester, Minn., where she wili receive 9 check-up in the clinic. Mrs. Laura Engler and daughter, Edith, returned to their Min- nespta home Sunday after a with Mrs. Theresa Sqhmitt Mrs. A. £. Brpgan. Mrs. Glen Allen, # West lend, submitted to aft app.e^tdecto«y at the MfCreefy' hospital »-"-•Her husl * "'— *- ! - fflflaW m t VBJ^ imy*M employed by the American Mea Institute. Lloyd Zwanitzer of Corwith is the new meat cutter at the Council Oak. He succeeds Merrill Gillette, who went into the armec forces recently. Mr. Zwanitzer is married and has two children They are now living at 609 East Lucas. Prior to living in Corwith Mr. Zwanitzer was employed as a meat cutter in Kansas City. Mrs. Norah Kain of DeKalb, 111., came last Thursday and is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Tom Kain, and old friends. She expects to leave some time next week for Des Moines where she will spend some time with her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Pence, Mrs. Pence was formerly Elizabeth Kain and she has a little daughter, who is also named Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stewart of Manson, Mr. and Mrs, George Wilson of Armstrong and- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Peterson and daughters, Shirley and Sharon, of Hum^- boldt were guests Sunday at the 31en Lighter home. Mrs. Peterson is a daughter of the Lighters. Mr. Lighter returned home Sunday :rom the General hospital, where recently underwent an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Esser enr ;erta»ned 'A- W. Jennett, Mrs. Ssser's brother, for several days the last of the week. Mr. Jen vho with his family lives in, vToines, is a representative of the Druggists, Mutual Jnsvjran?? Co.ni-> pgny of Aliona, covering southern owa ansj northern Missouri. The Pruggtets Mutual gevew tb> west, south and middle west, end is one of Algona's most important tnisi- ness institutions. ,, MelvJn Sbilte, who is a chief warrant officer in the personnel department of the army, located at Camp Kearns, near Salt Lake City, Utah, returned to Ms duties? Wednesday after a few' days at he home of his parents, Mr. and 4rs. Frank ShUts. Mrs., ghilts has been ill for some time an/i -" to bsf bed.. 31r. and Mrs. J. €. Wlmmer and children are spending a few days in Minneapolis, while the former does some buying for the Woodward store, of which he is manager. Stephen and Michael Kenefick, sons of Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick, are spending a ten or fourteen day vacation at Okoboji at the Lady of the Lake Boys Camp. Phil Kohlhaas, Jr., is also at the camp. Mrs. Ruth Gorr, who has been here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, for a month is leaving today for South Bend, Ind., where she will visit her Sister, Mrs. B. L. Hillard, and her brother, John Bishop, and wife. Mrs. Gorr's husband is in the army. John Bishop was sworn in as an ,ensign in the navy some week^ ago, but is Still awaiting orders. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marshall and son, Richard, of Baltimore, Mel., arrived Sunday night for a visit with Mrs. Marshall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bankston, and sister, Mrs. Claude White. Another daughter, Mrs. Grant Hagg, and daughter, Vivian, of Dell Rapids, S. D., came Tuesday evening. The three Bankston daughters afld their parents, ttere togethe^ fd* the first time in nine years. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent fecerti^ ly received a cablegram frofti their son, Fred, Jr., Who .» sta'tl&ftedl itt North Africa. The" hiessage was of a routine nature, but assured them that he was well. He had re* cently written home that his particular group was entitled to three cablegrams a day and that it would soon be his turn to wire them, tt6 and Steve Murchland, son of Mrs. R. L. 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