The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 12, 1943
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DCS Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 12, 1943 ANNUAL REUNION FOR RICH CLAN OF FOUR CORNERS Four Cornets—The annual Rich reunion was held at the Call State Park, Algona, Sunday, with 56 attending. Picnic dihnef guests were Mrs. Edith Rich and son Earl and "Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman, Algdna; Mr. and Mrs. Wfn. Rich, the John Sabin, Wm. Draytbn, Edward Rich, Leo Sabin, Arville Holdren, Lewis Breeder and Robert Walker families, and Mrs. Harold Camphey. The Arch Walker and Cecil Bjustrom families and Mr. and Mrs. John Rich Were Unable to attend until in the afternoon. Out-of-\town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hesselhaus of Conrad; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and Donald of .Wesley and Mrs. Rhoda Dunn, Charles and Mary, of Ledyard. Several Illinois and Minnesota families were unable to attend. Phyllis Rich was a guest at the Ralph Valentine home Sunday 1 evening in Algona. Delia Witham spent the weekend with her grandmother, Mrs. Austin Witham, in Algona. Mary Joyce Kollash of Wesley, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walket, spent several days recently at the Walker home. Threshing in this vicinity finally got under way Saturday afternoon at the Eai-1 Tripp farm. Unless more drying weather is due soon present plans are to tip shocks in the morning and thresh in the afternoon as the heavy dew of late has stayed on past the noon hour. A picnic dihner at the Call State Park Sunday honored the Cliff Bjustrom family of Des Moines. Visiting local relatives attending were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Bjustrom, Janice and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and Harold, Francis and Charles and Milan Bjustrom. Jacqueline, daughter of Mrs. Earl Miller, McCook, Nebraska, was surprised on her tenth tyrth- day at the Everett Witham home Saturday afternoon. Twenty- eight guests presented her with gifts and sang "Happy Birthday." Ice. cream, cake, cookies, sandwiches and Coolade were served by Mrs. Witham and Mrs. Lowman. Jacqueline, her mother and brother, Marvin, are spending a month's vacation with Mrs. Lowman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Robinson. Mrs. Earl Robinson, of Spirit Lake, brought Mrs. N. R. Robin- son and daughter, Nellie, to the C. N. Robinson home Saturday Mrs. N. R. Robinson and Nellie are mother and sister of C. N. ant are from Sarasota, Florida. They are spending the summer in Iow«» Mr. and Mrs. Berne Sands, of Cedar Rapids, stopped at the Robinson home Sunday afternoon en- route to Okoboji for a week's vacation. On their return trip they plan to stop ahd take Mrs. Nellie Sands, Berne's mother, back with them. Mrs. Addie Gingrich Buried at Lakota Lakota—Burial services were held Sunday afternoon at Maple Hill cemetery at Lakota for Mrs. Addie Gingrich, Algona, who passed away last week and she was laid to rest beside her late husband and a son, Clark, who died years ago. She is survived by two sons, Raleigh and Loyal, who live in this vicinity. The Gingrich family were pioneer residents of this vicinity and moved to Algona ' after retiring from the farm. The Henry Schroeder family attended a Scroeder-Weiner reunion at Emmetsburg Sunday. Carrol Schmeiling, of Whittu- more, returned home with the Schroeders for a week. UMCIL QAK STORES YOUR FRIENDX^VT MEALTIME FRIDAY and SATURDAY, AUGUST 13 and 14 HEADQUARTERS for CANNING PEARS California "Mountain Grown" Bartlett Pears are now available. . . . Pears with the finest texture and flavor. ... No better pears for Canning and table use . . . May be had in any quantity. HOME GROWN CABBAGE, Pound ... .3c RED RIPE TOMATOES, Pound 8c GUARANTEED . —— WATERMFl AIR • Hare ^, 5 L 0 ,' 1 1 ? ade 7° nr Watermelon "•••fcniUfclUmO Pickles for JText Winter! STOY SOY FLOUR Use STOY to give your meals richer flavor and increased Pood Value. STOY is one of the world's 5 great protein foods. 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H Benedict received word Friday that their granddaughter, Caro Meyer, had been taken to the University hospital at Iowa City suffering from an attack of infantile paralysis. Carol is the sixteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Meyer, formerly of LuVerne, but now living at Muscatine, Iowa. At the latest reports she was getting along nicely and it is thought that she was given • treatmens in time so that she would recover all right. RICHARD BRINK A SENIOR IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Richard Brink arrived home from Iowa City Saturday eve- ling to spend three or four weeks before beginning his senior year as chemical engineering student it the University. This is a five year course and Richard expects to complete it in April, 1944. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brink, LuVerne, and a graduate of the local high school, class of "40. He has just recently returned from a trip to-war planfs in Barbeton, Ohio, the Eastman Kodak at Rochester, N. Y., and Lundy at Niagara Falls. Kathryn Dimler, of Des Moines spent the week end at home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal of Clarion, were guests Sunday at Duane Neals. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ridenour are the parents of a daughter born July 29th. Mrs. Porter Adams, of Council Bluffs, has been visiting her niece, Emma Marty. . Mrs. Frank Sanford was called to Estherville Sunday by the illness of a sister there. Marjorie Lee Boyle, of Fort Dodge, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Harry Von Draska. Florence Godfrey, who is employed in the newspaper office at Thompson, spent the week end at home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips and Mrs. Anna Marvey, of Algona, were guests at Paul Phillips' Sunday evening. Kathleen Sanford, who is employed in the Rath Packing Co. offices at Waterloo, came home Saturday for a visit. t Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thiels and daughter, Rose Mary, of Cumberland, Iowa, visited at the parental Wm. Knopf home Saturday. Edward Dehnert, who is working on a Construction crew mak- ing an air field at Mitchell, So Dak., was at home for the week end. Henry Hinze's have received word that their son, Francis, has been transferred from Fort Ord California, to a camp near Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Gilbert Hefti and dough ters, Marline and Judy, came from Webster City Sunday to spend the day at Edwin and Walter Heftis and Marline remained for a week's visit. Pfs. Lewis Block arrived home from North Camp Hood, Texas, Saturday, and is spending a shoit furlough here. Also on furlough s Pvt. Kenneth Marty, of Camp McClain, Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goetsch and granddaughter Doris Goetsch, .ook Mrs. Ted Jones and children .0 their home in Waterloo Friday. The Jones family had been here 'or a couple of weeks. Mrs. P. C. Lichty spent Friday n Mason City and on Saturday was accompanied home by her laughter Phyllis, Doris Dehnert and Ellen Meyer. The latter two attended business college at Maon City. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Jutting and son, Gerry, of Buffalo Center, were Sunday evening guests at \ottie and Jennie Masons. Mrs. utting, the former Mona Mason made her home with the Masons everal years ago. The Marty families around Lu- Verne were entertained at the George Marty cottage at Clear Lake Sunday. Those attending from here were J. O. Marty, Wm. Marty, Henry Marty and their families and Miss Emma Marty. A picnic honoring Miss Billy Yaw, of Concord, North Carolina, who is visiting at Roy Braytons, was held at the LuVerne park on Sunday. Corp. Walter Brayton. Camp Blanding, Georgia, and Pvt. Francis Brayton, Sioux Falls, were also at home. One of the sons is Bert Thomas, of LuVerne. Mrs. George Miller was hostess to the Lutheran Ladies' Aid society last week Thursday after noon. There were over 40 pres ent and committees were appointed for the preparation of the dinner for Mission Festival which will be held the third Sunday in September. Of interest to LuVerne people is the fact that Roger Ditzel, a grandson of Mrs. Henry Peitzke and Scoutmaster Bob Ditzel, Renwick grocer, are among the sixteen scouts and two scoutmasters who are spending a month at the Philmont Scout camp at Cimar- •on, New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Huff had word Saturday that their son, Junior, had been notified that he was eligible for training at West Point. He was inducted into the irmy in March and was stationed at Camp Butner, North Carolina, until after a recent furlough when he was sent to Miami for aviation cadet training. Mrs. Harold Woito and son, of Cedar Rapids, spent several days last week with Mr. Wm. Woito. On Saturday Mrs. Woilo and her guests and Mrs. Fred Schmidt and son John went to Cedar Falls and Mrs. Harold Woito stayed there for a visit. Hulda Fritzemeier. who had been attending the Evangelical Conference at Cedar Falls, returned with the Schmidts and Mrs. Woito Sunday evening. them Sunday evening for a few day's visit. L. J. Lowman, Mrs. Everett Witham, daughter Ellen, and granddaughter, June Adel Slater, took Mrs. Earl Miller and children of McCook, Nebr., to dinner at the Louis Lowman, Jr., home, near Fenton, last week Wednesday. On their way home they called at the Mart Elmore home. Old Sickle V. G. Stephens of Bedford found a 4-foot sickles that has been identified as a part of an old reaper. The sickle operated in a wooden run, cutting grain that was swept back on the platform and then brushed off loose in a pile to be bound by hand by men following the reaper. CottldYouUM *10O Bet you can think of many use* for it! Well, you can get $60* $100 - $200 or more In IMMEDIATE CASH thru us. Money to pay store bills, doctor bills* insurance, buy coal, clothed, feed, livestock — easy monthly payments. (Special Plan for Farmers.) L. 8. Bohannon Phone 103 AlgoM, J*. Four Corners News Mr. and Mrs. Walter Merklc, Joyce and Jimmy, arrived Saturday from St. Paul for a few days visit at George Merkles. Mrs. Carl Merkle and sons Richard and Linden,.who had been visiting here returned to their home in Minneapolis Friday. Arthur Raus, who has been managing a bus company in Des Moines, has sold that business out and with his family came to Lu- Verne Saturday to spend a short time before entering upon another business. They are visiting at the Wm. Ramus home. Mrs. Abe Thomas, 68, of Dayton, died Saturday at the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, following a stroke suffered Friday while her husband was at work. Besidos ner husband she is survived by three sons and two daughters. News Items of Fenton Vicinity Eunice Johnson visited her friend Kathryn Ohm at Waterloo last week. Emil Newel of .Davenport w&s a visitor at the Elsie Dreyer home on Friday evening. ; >',Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thompson were supper guests of the Lloyd Berklands Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard "Hengel and girls visited at the Everett Dreyer home Sunday evening. Kay Berschman, of Lakota, visited from Wednesday until Monday at the George Newel home. Mrs. Herman Gade and Larrj and Marion were visitors at th< Bill Haase home Sunday after' noon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klus and Harry Kluss visited at the Edward Zweifel home in Titonka Sunday. ,The Fairville Ladies Aid mei Thursday with Mrs. Art BlecK- wenn and Mrs. Walter Biersted hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ohm and Kathryn are visiting with Mrs Ohm's parents, the Albert Kres- sins, this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Berklanc and family were dinner guests al the Kalmer Banda home at Ringsted on Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Rehder spent from Wednesday until Friday at Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Rehder consulted a specialist. -Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber and Mr. and Mrs, V. J. Tatum and Carol Sue were supper guests at the Alfred Meyers home Sunday evening. • Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Godfredson of Ringsted visited Sunday afternoon at the home of John Arbogast. They were also supper guests there. Marian Widdel, who has been in Des Moines, has been visiting her father, Harry Widdel, since Friday. She expects to return to Des Moines soon. Harry Kluse, of Peoria, 111., visited at the Fred Kluss home from Thursday until Sunday From there he went to Gait, Iowa to visit his brother, Alvin anc family. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlves of Austin, Minn., visited with relatives here from Wednesday until Friday. They were overnight guests on Wednesday a.t the Everett Dreyer home. Billy Firmestad celebrated his jirthday.with a group of boys al the Algona swimming pool Sunday. After swimming the boys enjoyed a lunch at the park, Mrs. rinnestad serving them. Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, Norman and Wayne, attended a shower on Lorraine WichtendsM who lives near West Bend on Thursday. fliss Wichtendahl will marry Lyle Anderson of Whittemore. Sgt, Eugene Newel, of Fort Bragg, N, C^ arrived Friday to spend a furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Newel. He expects to return to- camp about Thursday of this week. Mrs. Hazel Hanson and Eithal, Evelyn and Ramon, of Aberdeen, S, P., have been visiting at the J. A. a. Smith home. Eithal and Evelyn are m their way to T^loa, Illinois, where they will teach school. Mrs. WiUred Stosefeer ang Wm. jpej*r, who attended tt* Hardware convention at ~~ day, accompanied by Mrs. Carl Sievert and Carmen and Wayne. On Saturday Wilfred Stoeber returned, accompanied by Mr. Sievert. The Sieverts returned to their home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich, Mr. and. Mrs. George Lee and Delferd Johnson were callers at the Wm. Drayton home Sunday morning. Fr. and Mrs. Rex Swanson of Des Moines came home for the week end last Friday afternoon. Mrs. John Sabin -and daughters. June and Janice'went home with IF YOU NEED FURNACE REPAIRS Depend on ui for prompt, expert service at reasonable price*. We'll help you be sure your furnace is kept In good shape. 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