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- mtm The Algona Uppet Des Moin^, Algotta, Iowa, July 22, 1943 MOLLY PITCHER .Fashioned after the famous Poppy Day, the Legion Auxiliary, in c ; o-opefation with the United States treasury department's war pavings staff, will sponsor a nation-wide Molly Pitcher Tag Day qri'Saturday, August 7. The goal .will be to tag every man, woman ah'd ciiild on the streets of every town in the nation, according to Mrs. Edythe Brundage, president of the local Auxiliary, and plans are being made to observe the day here. Mrs. Charlotte Holta is the local chairman of the drive in Algona. Will Carry Pitchers The volunteers on Molly Pitcher ty .Will carry pitchers and everyone: who buys stamps or, 'bonds will be given a red, white and blue Molly Pitcher Tag. Molly Pitchfer was a heroine of the Revo- .lUfJibiji&ry war and carried pitchers /: : of well-water to the jjfien On the f 'battle: front. When h$- husband U 'fell at' his cannon shf t&6k his ';».i... •- '4 ft • • . • ;fT L . _ Vpl.ace.and fired his battle was won. until the i Ernest Olson come from Ottumwa. last Wednesday for a visit at tne Stagman home. ' Prepare Now to CONSERVE FUEL Your Furnace May Need Repair! .Your furnace may be a coal - waster. Have it checked now when it's hot in use! Call us today. We Sell Green-Colonial .1, vT- Furnaces., ., ' :•.' Laing & Muckey Phone 464 |,;. E, W. Reilly, Lone Rock, Ha* Three Sons Serving In Marines Staff Sergeant Phillip Reilly, Lone Rock, was home last weel on leave from the Marine base a San Diego, Calif. He was visiting with his father, E. W. Reilly Phillip joined the marines in July, 1941, and has been stationed at San Diego since that time. Bernard Reilly, a brother, joined up with the marines in November, 1941, and he is now stationed in the New Zealand area. Prior to being assigned to his present location Bernard served in the Solomon Islands campaign. The third son, Louis Reilly. rather than being . inducted inl6 the army last fall, signed up with tho marines and he is now also stationed at San Diego, serving for the present as cook in the officers' quarters. The fourth and youngest son of Mr. Reilly, Arnold, is at home and running the Reilly farm, do- in# all of the work alone, the elder Reilly being past the age of too much active work. It is surely a fine war record of the Reilly boys, three of them working for Uncle Sam. Walter Davis, Former Corwith Man, Passes At Moorehead, Minn., last Saturday occurred the death of Walter Davis, one-time resident of Corwith some years ago. Mrs. Davis, the former Mattie Raney, is a sister of Dolph Raney. He and Hugh Raney, who is a cousin, attended ' the funeral, which was held Monday of this Week. Mrs. Forest Carey, Sioux City, is also a sister of Mrs. Davis. Ernest Priebe of Fenton was a visitor at the George Pettit home Sunday. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage 1 of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every •J load Insured against loss or J, damage. Equipped to do all ,• kinds of draying and hauling. Protect your clothes against dirt, against moths by bringing them in to get a careful and precise cleaning often. See us for tailoring, Alterations, and? button covering! MODERN Dry Cleaners and Tailors Holmes & Clopton Phone 537 State & Harlan Miss Clynene Tuttlc of Spirit Lake visited from Wednesday till Saturday at the home of Irene Drager. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan and two children ave spending this week and next vacationing at Okoboji. Mrs. Will Bailey of:Cedar Rapids arrived last night to visit her sister, Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, and family. Mrs. Jack Craig and children of Renwick are here with Mrs. Craig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hertig. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles will spend the week-end at Lake Dkoboji visiting the Dr. Karl rloffmans. Mrs. Harold Jcrgensen and children, Rebekah and Mary Jan'.it, went to Cedar Rapids Sunday to visit the former.'s sister for two weeks. Mrs. Flora Tiss is spending a 'ew days in Rochester, where she s going through the clinic, while aking her vacation from the Security State Bank. Mrs. A. J. Eason and daughter, Marjorie, left Tuesday morning or Des Moines, where they are isiting relatives. They are expected to return Friday. Herbert Mathcs, son of Mr. and VIrs. Lyle Mathes, is expected lome soon from Idaho where he s in training at the Farragut "aval Training Station. Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer'and heir two children came home the ast of the week from a ten day /isit at the home Mr. Meyer's ather, near Keosauqua, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wright of DCS VIoines spent last week visiting Jill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 3rail Wright. Bill is employed by he Iowa Seed Co. in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Giossi and on, Billy, left Sunday ' for Mil- vaukee, where they will spend wo weeks of vacation. Milwaukee vas their home before coming to Algona. Robert Inskccp visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom from Sunday until Tuesday. He has been in Rochester because of illness, and is now traveling to New Mexico for his health. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison and children, Sue and Ted, and Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Drummond and children, Mary, Christopher, and Peter, left Monday to spend a few days at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. K. E. Wight of Clayton, N. M., came Wednesday for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey. Her son, Bobby,- ,has been spending the summer here with.-his grandparents. Tasker and Diane Falkenhainer, of Red Oak, Iowa, arrived last Sunday for their usual summer visit at the home of their f athor, Mel Falkenhainer, and with their grandmother,. Mrs. ; Al v:: FalReh- lainer. Julie Chrischilles, Bill Fuller and Bob" Reed are coming home soon, from Blue Earth, Minn., ivhere they have been working in he canning factory. The season is almost over, so they are coming lome to detassel corn. T. F. O'Hairc of Washington, 3. C., underwent an operation for ernia at the General hospital VIonday and is recovering nicely. le and Mrs. O'Haire and their laughter, Ann, are visiting at the .ome of Mrs. O'Haire's parents, Jlr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. Violet Halbrook spent the weekend in Mason City visiting her parents. Mrs. Agnes Harrington of Green, Iowa, is visiting her sister-in-law Mrs. Arne Casler. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz are spending .a week at Manhattan Beach, Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Harold Meyer and two children, George and Douglas, of Hoi- stein came Friday to visit relatives and friends. Fred Goetsch, Livertnore, and Helen Baumgartner of Corwith, spent Sunday at the Ernest Behnkendorf home near Bancroft. Doris Henningsen of Gracttin- ger spent the week-end with her friend, Frances Cooper. Doris is a school teacher at Manning. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Buthman are leaving Sunday to attend the Bible Conference at the Methodist Camp at Lake Okoboji. The conference will last throughout the week. Rev. Buthman is chairman of the Bible Conference Commission. Mrs. Bcrnice Hicks and son, Bob, Algona and her sister, Mrs. J. D. Cash and daughter, Mary, of Toronto, Canada, spent the weekend at Clear Lake with friends. She ladies are twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson. Tommy and Terry White, sons of Mr. and Mrs. James White, returned Sunday from a two week's- visit spent at the home of their grandfather, Tom J. White, at Jefferson and with their aunt, Mrs. Lillian White, at Manilla. Mrs. F. C. Scanlan and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas left for Lake Okoboji today to vacation until Sunday. They will bring back the latter's son, Phillip, who has been at Our Lady of the Lake camp at Okoboji for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal were at Graettinger Saturday visiting the latter's sister, Mrs. Robert Simonson, and mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan. Mrs. Simonson has been bedfast for the last seven weeks, but is improving very well. Elsie Helmke spent Friday at Whittemore where she attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. H. F. Helmke, who died on Wednesday. Mr. Helmke died just a few months ago. Mrs. Helmke was a sister of Elsie's mother. Her husband and Elsie's father were brothers^. ; Lt. Arne Pedersen left Monday tor Hamilton Field, San Francisco, Calif., after a week's visit in Algona with his wife and new son, Robert Allen, and his mother, Mrs. Marie Pedersen. Mrs. Pedersen and the baby are living in the Cady apartment on west McGregor StND YOUR MAN IN SERVICE W§ Have a Complete Une of Stationery Embossed Witn i9»gnia fpr Army, fsjavy, Army Air Force, Naval Air , Uoast GiiaVa and Marines, W™ . pyffB^pwp|.r • ^r • P| l(F 50 Envelopes » BUV A mm The Algona Upper Des Moines Street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Livingston are moving this week to the former Andy Anderson house on Ridgely street, .which they purchased last month. The M. J. Pools live in the downstairs apartment of the house. Mr. Livingston « a salesman 4 for the Norton Machine Co. • ,v ••- '•',' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marhon and son, Jimmy, of Pontiac, Michigan, were visitors Wednesday and Thursday at the''home of the former's sister, Mrs. Roy Nichols. Another sister, Mrs. Andrew Anderson, and son, Nolan, of Fort Dodge were guests at the Nichols home all last week. Russell Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. V.'Larson, who has been stationed at Camp Haan, Calif., in the anti-aircraft, has been sent to San Francisco to attend the engineering school at the University of San Francisco, which is one of the colleges in the army specialized training school group. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Peterson returned to their home" in Mason City Monday after spending' the week-end at the Mrs. A. E. Clayton home, Mrs. Peterson was the former Mildred Clayton. They came to help the Harold Claytons celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary at a dinner given by Mrs. A. E. Clayton and daughter, Jeanne. Mrs. Joseph Stattleman and Mrs. Joseph Schaller of Ottosen were operated on Tuesday at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, after going through the clinic there. Their husbands went up on Monday to be with them. Accompanying the men were Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs. Alfred Reding and Mrs. Harold Reding, who went to see their father, Fred Illg, who underwent an operation at St. Mary's last week. Mrs. Schaller is the mother of Melvin Faber, near Algona. Mrs. Lcona Wedge of Waukegan, 111., is here yisiting her sister, Mrs. Jesse Dalziel. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Young of Storm Lake came Monday for a visit with Dr. and Mrs. McCorkle for the week. Mrs. Young is a sister of Mrs. McCorkle. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Lynch and daughters, Patricia and "Tommy", left Saturday to vacation at Lake Okoboji for a week. They are expected to return Sunday. Mrs. Mildred Johnson and daughter, Helen, are going to DCS Moines this week-end to visit and see the hospitals. Helen is interested in taking nurses training. Freddie Wray, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wray, Council Bluffs, arrived Saturday to work for the Pioneer Hi-bred Seed Company. The Wrays were formerly of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hrabak and little daughter, Segrid, left for their home in Des Moinos Tuesday after a visit at the home of Mrs. Hrabak's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund. Mr, and Mrs. Robt. McConnell were at Mason City Saturday where they attended the funeral of F. A. Kehm, a friend of long standing. They returned to Algona Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin and the latter's mother, 'Mrs. George Bell, of Jamestown,* N. D., Mrs. Mary A. Miller and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf and daughter, Carmen, were Sunday visitors at the Homer Lindhorst home. Mrs, John G. McDowell and two children, Allen and Margaret, are visiting in Iowa Falls with the former's aunt. Mr. McDowell was expected to meet them there from Ankeny, where he has been employed ,this summer. Mrs. John Allen and son and Mrs. Robert Ferges of Racine, Wis., came Sunday to visit the Murl' Potter home. Relatives and friends had a dinner party at Cook's Lunch Room Wednesday evening for the visitors. Maxine Shiplcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shipler, left Wed-' nesday for Waterloo where she will visit her uncle, Clarence Larson, and family. She will also go with them to Chicago, where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Mrs. Art Murray of Bancroft and Mrs. Joe Kelley took Omer Kelley and his wife to Des Moines Friday. From there Omer took a plane to Memphis, Tenn., where he is stationed as a physical instructor in the navy. Omer is a chief petty officer. Mrs. Craig Smith left Sunday to meet her sister, Ruth and Margaret, at Des Moines, from where they will journey on to Dallas, Texas. Margaret and hpr baby will stay in Dallas with the former's husband, Dr. Meyers, who was recently called to military service. Mrs. Warren Lasser, Pensacola, Fla., came Friday for a week-end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halpin. Her husband, Lieut. Lasser, remained in Waterloo at the home of his parents. Rosalie Halpin returned to Pensacola with her sister for a two week's visit. The Chris Wallukait family went to Humboldt Wednesday evening to take Jimmy Sexe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Sexe, Omaha, to stay with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sexe. Jimmy, who is a nephew of Mrs. Wallukait, had been been visiting here for a week and half. Cpl. and Mrs. T. R. Kruse arrived Monday night to visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Cpl. Kruse left Tuesday night for Camp Berkeley, Texas, where he will take up officers' training. Mrs. Kruse will remain here with her parents, and is engaged to teach in the local schools this fall. Staff Sgt. Gordon K. Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmidt, was promoted to technical ser- geant, July IS. He Id attached to the Headquarters Medical Battalion, Camp Blanding, Fla. His wife, formerly Dorothy Hoover, ia spending the summer with him, but she expects to return here to teach school this fall. Margaret Valentine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Valentine, began work at the Modern Dry Cleaners Tuesday. She is replacing LaVonne Wolcott, who is leaving in a Week and a half for-Omaha, Nebr., where she will take a twelve week's course at the Electronic-Radio-Television Institute. LaVonne is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wolcott. Both girls gradhated from the Algona high school this year. Mrs. Blanche Gulbrandson of Chicago is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Nina Dutton, and sister, Mrs. Kenneth Brayton, and family. She is also visiting Mrs. Bertha Dally, her aunt, and Mrs. Mathilda Olson, another aunt, of Fenton. Mrs. Guldbrandson and Mrs. Dally drove up to Fenton for a few day's visit with Mrs. Olson, who is in poor health. Mrs. Guld- arandson left here fifteen years I ago, this then/ ;." '•' 7 •'' Perry White *f ttatitltton, «™» arrived Wednesday; 'motntftg fe* ft two week's Visit with his parents* Mr. and Mrs. W, A, White. ?h» is his first visit here in tbrei years. His wife and. two sdUs* Jimmy and Perry Jr., have beitt here for five weeks visiting thd Ralph Millers and. the W. A. Whites. Mrs. White and Mtt. Ralph Miller have been visiting the former's mother and friend* at Estherville fecetttly. the Whit* family will all return to Hamilton together. Friends of Beulah Hartshorn* who was employed fdr several years at the Marigold Beauty Shop, will be interested to know that she has joined .the Marine*. She recently wrote Mrs. Walter 1>. Jensen about her enlistment and stated that she expected to be sent to New York City or North Carolina for her training. She has been in San Francisco for the past several months, employed by the Kaiser shipyards. She expects to visit in Seattle with friends before going east. ¥OU SIIVEMONE¥ VfVffyftA'Mij^ f . SAVE TIME! SAVE MONEY! 8AVC ENERQV! YOU CAN SAVE IN EVERY WAY BY SHOPPING REGULARLY AT SUPER VALU — BECAUSE SUPER VALU QUALITY AND EVERY DAY LOW PRICES GIVE YOU THE MOST VALUE FOR YOUR FOOD DOLLAR. SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR IB. PKG. QUAKER PUFFED WHEAT THURS., FRI. AND SAT. 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