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The Algotta Upper fees Moinea, Al#m«, Iowa, 1 1§43 LOCALS Mrs. Ante Pedersen and baby son plan to'leave for San Francisco the latter part of this month where she will make her home while her husband, Lt. Pedersen, is located on one of the nearby army air fields. Mrs. Pedersen is the daughter oE Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, west of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Slgsbee, Mrs. Merle Pratt, Dennis and Lloyd Pratt spent the week-end at Clear Lake where Mrs. Dennis Pratt and daughter, Betty Jean, Mrs. R. B. Waller and family and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and son spent the past week at a cottage. The remainder of the group returned to Algona, Tuesday. Lt. Ill White was a visitor with his wife, Mrs. Helen White, county clerk of courts, three days this week. Mrs. White drove to Mason City Tuesday evening and brougiit him to Algona. Lt. White has been transferred from a camp at Topeka, Kansas, to Camp Custer, Michigan, having to report there Friday of this week. Lois Cohvei! arrived Saturday from Chicago, Illinois, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell, and her other relatives. Lois is employed as a secretary in the office of the FBI. Before going to Chicago, she had been with the FBI in Washington, D. C. She will spe'nd the week here before returning to Chicago. A/S Thomas Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, was recently transferred from the Univ. of Term., Knoxville, Tenn., to the Army Air Corps qualifications center at Nashville, Tenn. Tom has had four months schooling at the University and now iie will have four or five weeks at the center at Nashville. Richard Kohl, who is a master sergeant, stationed at Las Vegas, Nevada, left Saturday to resume his duties in the finance depart- ert Harrington. His brother, Cpl. Bill Kohl came early Thursday morning from Salt Lake and is here on a fifteen day leave. Stanley Muckey and James kenefick, sons of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Muckey and Mrs. Marguerite Kenefick, respectively, are now stationed at Buckley Field, Coror- ado, with the air corps. The camp is four.and a half miles from Denver.' After four to six weeks basic training there, they will have five months schooling in a college. Miss Clarice Powers of Corning, is arriving Friday to teach in the public school for the ensuing year. She will teach English, Latin, and have charge of the library. Miss Powers, Miss Grace Miller, and Miss Kathleen Lorenz have rented the apartment in the H. W. Miller home. Miss . Miller will have charge of the commercial department at the school and Miss Lorenz will have the kindergarten. Jerry Gronwall, petty officer 3-c signal man, left Wednesday for Miami, Fla., after an eighteen day furlough here with his mo,th- er, Mrs. Hilda Gronwall, and With friends in Fort Dodge. He has been on sea duty since the firs of the year in the Atlantic and expects to go out again soon. He is attached to the submarine chaser fleet. His brother, Bob, goes into the navy Friday from Des Moines A while before coming home Jerry happened to meet Lewis Neville, who Is also stationed in Miami. Bits About Them at West Bend West Bend—Two West Bend youths, Melvin Gerber and Jame Schmalen, enjoyed a reunion in the South Pacific recently. Both are in the navy and had beoi serving on different ships. Anc neither knew the other was in the region. The ship crews were merged temporarily, on the one ship. Melvin was standing in line for mail call and Jim was lined up for canteen. The Schmalen boy happened to see Gerber and callec to him and the boys got together and enjoyed a fine chat about the old home town and home folks. Philo Falb, a photographer with the navy, is home on leave visiting his mother, Mrs. Fannie Falb. Henry Henricksen returned Friday from Oklahoma City where he had been taking treatment for asthma. Pfc. Rolland Bleuer of Camp Campbell, Kentucky, is spending his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bleuer. Vincent Montag is spending a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Montag. He is sta- ment after being called home by I tioned at Farragut, Idaho. the death of his sister, Mrs. Rob-1 Mrs. Hilma Mars and daugh- FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3-4 SMASHING — SLASHING THRILLS. Kid FUN FOR FAMILY SATURDAY SUNDAY, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5-C All in TECHNICOLOR and all in FUN! / WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7-8 Sv NEW "MARCH OF TIME ON RELEASE CRACK? Virginia Idward AUNQlBr ARHO • •'AflDTHtLWli "^ Anolher MARCH OF TIME 5«wp a> " > l>y 2Q* Ctn i"T ters Olive and Arlene visited Mr. and Mrs. Archie Pertl Sunday. They are from Cowrie. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Friden and LeRoy visited Mrs. Fred Kuecker and her new daughter at the Kossuth hospital in Algona Sunday. Mr. Bruhn has purchased the Csukker property in the north part of town but doesnt expect to take possession until next March. The W. S. C. S. met Wednesday at the M. E. church. Mrs. L. J. Kohler, Mrs. Chris Christensen and Mrs George Thatcher were hostesses. Pvt. Albert /tern* o/ Vicinity CADET ROBERT STUDER NOW AT TUCSON ARM* AIR BASE A-C Robert Studer completei his pre-flight school at Ryan Field, Hemet, California, Saturday and was transferred Sunday to an army air base near Tucson Arizona, where he will fly B. T planes. • He left here March 3th and was sent to Santa Ana for a Course before going to Ryan Field where he used the P-2! planes. On Saturday Ryan Field celebrated its third anniversary and the farewell to the 5th squadron of , air cadets. Mrs Edward G. Robinson sponsored the party which included a group of hostesses from Hallywood. The Catholic Missionary Society will meet Wednesday afternoon, September 8th. Many Wesley folks attended ttie :hicken dinner and bazaar at St. Benedict Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. E'. Loebig have purchased the Matz estate house, .vhere" they have been living. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Carman nnd family were Sunday dinner ;uests at the Tom Forburgcr lomei A baby boy was born to Mr. ind Mrs. Ray Werland at the Kosuth hospital in Algona last week. They now have two boys and one Kenna arrived home Monday from Camp Polk, Louisiana, to spend his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kenna., Miss Flossie Stagman returned to Ottumwa Saturday to resume her teaching duties after spending her vacation with her mother here, Mrs. Mary Stagman. Mrs. Glen Allen gave a miscellaneous shower for Caroline Fabor Friday night. The bride-to-be received many lovely gifts. Refreshments were served by the lostess. Misses Mary Torkelson, Marvel and Anna Hansen, of Bode, and Annette Green, of Rolfe, were recent visitors in West Bend. Miss freen is English teacher in the high school here. Kenneth Besch, son of Mr. and VIrs. Frank Besch went to Des VIoines this week to enlist in the lavy. He passed his physical examination and reported for duty at Camp Dodge Tuesday. Mrs. Ida Reese, mother of Howard Reese, died last Saturday. The funeral was held from the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. Mr. McDowell had charge of the services. Pfc. and Mrs. Peter Nellis left by auto Sunday for Louisiana. Pete, who had been home on furlough, is stationed at Camp Van Dorn and his wife will live in Baton Rouge, which is not far from the camp. Dale Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs A. C. Allen, is home on a 15-day leave from Jacksonville, Florida He is being transferred to San Francisco. He is in the navy anc this is the first leave he has hac since last December. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gerhart en tertained the Five Hundred Clu' Thursday night. Refreshment were served after an evening o playing.' The prized were won by Mrs. Ludwig Reinen, Mrs. Leo Frieden and Miss Veronica Priester. girl. Irene Goetz, of Algona, spent the week end here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mr. and Mrs. Al Derner af Auburn and Mrs. Mary Stiles anc daughter, Helen, of Osgood, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs Leo Frieden. Sharon Rae Frieden, who had spent the week with the Derners, returned home with them. Mrs. Rickie Bowman has secured a position as bookkeeper for Lane Bryants in Chicago. Her isister, Lydia Lander, is a telephone operator there. Mrs. Bowman's husband is a naval flier stationed somewhere in the Soutl Pacific. Bernice Roberts and H. M Hnntz drove to Rochester Sunda where Mr. Mantz will undergo an operation. He had a successful operation of this type on his other eye two years ago. His harness shop will be closed unti his return. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Baker o LuVerne visited at the home o: their daughter, Mrs. Walton DeWitt, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Baker have just returned from the wes coast where they have visited relatives and their son, Merlin who is in the armed service. A. R. McMuljen went to Mankato, Minn., Friday to spend a few days. He is representative o the Mankato Commercial College for the ' state of Iowa and took with him Emma Jean Metzger Darlene Movick and Allene Brown, all of this place, and who have enrolled in that school for a nine months secretarial course. BANCROFT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Fredrickson and family moved to Burt MOHT day, where Mr. Fredrickson is employed as depot agent for the Northwestern Railway Co. Mrs. Earl Elliot and son of Rockford, Illinois, and Mrs. Henry Trenholm of Moline, Illinois, are here visiting the ladies parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carmean. Mrs. A. H. Foth and son Thomas are expected home this week from Provo, Utah, where they have been employed and visiting with A. H. Foth, who is employed there. Ermina Recker of St. Benedict and Mrs. Johanna Vaske and daughter Valeria, returned Thurs day from Ft. Leavenworth, Kan sas, where they visited Corp. and Mrs. Emil Vaske. Pvt. John Bailey of San Angelo, Texas, arrived home the latter part of the week for a visit with his wife and to see his father, Frank Bailey, who is ill in the Emmetsburg hospital. Joe Elsbecker passed away at his home southeast of Bancroft, Sunday evening. Funeral services will be held from St. John's church in Bancroft on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Lieut. R. W. Welp of Phoenix, Arizona is expected to arrive the latter part of the week for a ten day visit at the parental Roy Welp home. Lieut. Welp was graduated and received his commission on Monday. Goetz. Sam Alne and daughter, Raso lie drove to Sioux City Sunday and brought back Mrs. Alne, wb had visited relatives there fo: a week. The Alfred Opheim family o Staples have moved into the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. El Goodnow. The Wesley farm bureau held a picnic at the public schoo grounds Sunday with about 40 in attendance. Louis Simpson is home from a camp in Texas to spend a furlough with his parents, the Carson Simpson family. J. H. Pederson, who was pastor of the local congregational aboul 40 years ago was guest speaker at the church here Sunday. Diana Kleinpeter, Cheryl and Jimmy Meurer were Monday evening visitors and supper guests of Nancy and Roger Daughn. Albert Kleinpeter came home Monday from the Mercy hospital in Mason City where he had been a week for medical treatment. Mrs. Julius Kun?. and Mary Adine returned home Saturday from a visit at Holy Cross, Indiana, Chicago, and other places. Miss Arebella McPherson was brought home Friday evening from Iowa City where she had submitted to a major operation. Sunday evening guests .at the Joe Meurer home were Mrs. Ed Abbott, of Chicago, and the Armour Lemke family of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelch, Jr., and two children, of Kanawhj, were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mrs. Irene Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Silbaugb, Robert and Carmen, and his mother, Mrs. I. E. Silbaugh of Ralston, spent Sunday at Lost Island visiting and fishing. Sgt. Marvin Seimers, of Fort mander. He is in the Pacific area. Dennis Lickteig Is a staff sergeant in Englond. Mrs. Francis Hauptman . Mrs, J. M. Kunz, Mrs. Frank Blelch, Mrs. Tom McMahon, Mrs. H. H. Raney and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer visited Mrs. Lael Roat in the Mercy- hospital at Mason City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin and Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Ftmnemark attended an all day meeting at the Lutheran church in Eagle Grove Sunday. There was special missionary services. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Lickteig and two children visited the Albert Dirkson family at Albert Lea, Minn., Sunday. The ladies are sisters. Little Janice Lickteig was cared for here by Mrs. Irene Studer. Lael Root and two children and Mrs. Roots parents, Mr. and Mrs. feorge Sheridan of Clear Lake, visited Mrs. Roat and infarft daughter at the Mercy hospital in Vlason City Sunday. Mrs. Root '.s expected home this week. Sunday ..dinner guests at • the Leonard Wood, Mo., is spending a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Seimer, at Britt, and with friends here. Sunday guests at the Francis Hauptman home were the Ed Eckerman family of Early, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Otis and family, Fidelis Otis, of Mason City, and Mrs. Mary Otis and Ray. Lawrence Kellner, 15, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kellner, is walking with a cane as he received an injury to his knee while playing ball at the Ollie Foertsch home one Sunday recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig received word recently that their son, Don, is now company com- Mrs. J. M. Underkofler and daughter and Doctor and Mrs. T. A. Underkofler left Monday morning for Chicago, Illinois, after visiting at the H. V. Clark home. Dr. Underkofler reports Tuesday for army duty and will be commissioned a lieutenant. rlenry Haverly home were the E. Olson family, Mr. and Mrs. Watt Laux and the Ray Welp fam- ly of Bancroft. The dinner was n honor of Hugh Haverly who ivas 12 years old on August 31st. Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. Jones of 'ertile are the proud parents of a baby girl born on August 24th. They have one other child, Gary. The Jones family lived in Wesley till several years ago. He was second man at the local creamery. Delia Goetz left Tuesday for her home at Washington, D. C. She had spent several weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Ward, at Titonka, her brother, Otto, at Thornton, and her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Matern and other relatives. Carmel Silbaugh came home Friday from Ralston where she had visited her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Silbaugh, a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Silbaugh remained for a few days' visit at the home of her son, Jim Silbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McNeil are the proud parents of a baby girl, Sheryl Gertrude, born Friday in the Kossuth hospital at Algona. They have one other child, a son, a year and a half old, who is staying with his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson. Private Don Sherman came Monday morning to spend 'a four day furlough at his parental Henry Sherman home. He is in the quartermaster corps of the truck division now on maneuvers in Tennessee. Tommy Sherman is n the ordnance division at Fort Dix, N. J. Lois Hildman spent a few days •acation this week at her parental Anthony Hildman home. She lad also visited at Ames while on her vacation. She was employed at the Iowa State Brand Creamery at Mason City. She will now >vork in the office of the Tent and Awning Company office &t Mason City. The United States Service Women will meet Thursday evening September 9th. Service cards for men and women in the service can be obtair/ed by nearest relatives from Millard Fox in the Exchange State Bank or from Mrs. J. L. Studer. Pictures of service men and women are wanted for display in a window on Main street. A baby boy was born Friday, August 13th, to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Healy, at Meolo, California. Mrs. Healy is the former Dorothy Haverly, oldest daughter of Henry Haverly, and they have one other son and a daughter. Henry Haverly and his other daughter, Margaret Haverly, R. N., of the veterans hospital at Springfield, Mo., will be sponsors by proxy for the infant Sunday, September 5th. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cink was baptized Sunday, August 22d, at the Buffalo Center Catholic church and named John Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Wingert, of Buffalo Center, former Wesley farmers, were sponsors. The Cinks now have four boys and one girl. Mrs. Cink will be remembered here as Gladys Haverly, youngest daughter of Henry Haverly. The baby was I born on Thursday, August 12th. Often Mouse far Coiemnns— Mr. and Mrs. Harvey- Coleman Will hold Open, house Saturday September 4, from 2-8 - and 1-t p. m. at their home, 100 E. Kennedy street; in celebration of their golden wedding anniversary. The Colemans were married in'Alg'ona and have lived their entire married life here with the exception of a few years spent on a farm near Lakota. For many years Mr. Coleman was a blacksmith, but cf late years he has done team work and hauling, and still continues in the business. Their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coleman, daughter, Marcella, and granddaughter, Phyllis Jane Wagner, - of Louisville, Kentucky, came to be present for the occasion. The Colemans have five grandchildren, all children of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coleman. They are Mrs. George (Elizabeth) Steil, Algona; Mrs. Alfred (Minerva) Wagner, Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Emil (Phyl-. lis) Lovstad, Algona; Ross, Jr., Fort Hancock, N. J.; and Marcella at home. There are also four great grandchildren, Elizabeth Ann arid Or land Steil, Billy Lovstad, an Phyllis Jane Wagner. Townscnd Pageant— A pageant wa presented Sun day, August 29, by the Algona an Whittemore .Townsend Clubs., a the 6th district meeting which wa held in Algona. Twelve children took part in the . "March, of th Townsendites and the singing b America." Uncle Sam 'and Mis Liberty had the star places sup ported by the two flag bearers Eighteen nations were represent ed. All children wore traditiona costumes and were ushered in b> appropriate music to form a V fo: Victory and a pledge of allegianci to the United States of America All represented United Stages citizens of different nationalities Birthday Dinner— A surprise birthday dinner was given Thursday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman, honoring Rose Scanlon and Rose Lampe whose birthdays were August 27 and 28, respectively. The Hoffmans and the Phil Kohlhaas were hosts and hostesses. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Mr. and Mis. Theo Chrischilles, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman, and the honorees. The evening was spent In playing f ri- tfoli. The .two. "Hoses" lovely gifts. for Mfs. , Marcella Thill and Eilene Nelson entertained a group of 24 girls at a post nuptial shower on Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Robert Chesheri ; the former Gla-» dys Paulson, who came recently from Corpus Chriuti, Tessas, tmd is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Paulson at Swea.City. Margaret Dahlhauser won the door prize and Mrs. Elmer Gunn, af MethMlst Kvehi the MethbdW Youth ship will, hold .R retreat at the call State park Sunday afternoon 1 'and evening beginning at 3:30 p; m. All the Methodist youths 'of high school age and older will attend. The officers and assisting officers of the Fellowship will make plans for the ensuing year. Doris MeGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire, is president. 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We stillhave a large selection of patterns in both the Standard and Heavy 1/8-inch thicknesses — all priced for true economy. EPEBTLY CEMENTED OVER .LESTING FELT Cowan Building Supply Co. ALGONA, IOWA Twins I dread to see winter coming on. My wife has traded our good old double bed for two small beds. It will be a cold lonesome winter for me. Why do they call these individual bunks twin beds? It is a', misnomer. Not even a ray of hope for twins at our house. Next I suppose it will be an individual breakfast nook. I can eat my prunes and baled hay alone without grumbling, but I am on the offensive when it comes to sleeping alone in cold weather. There are things I will not do. For instance, I refuse to sell shoddy shoes to my customers. For me it is good shoes or no shoes at all. I have no rent to pay and do the work myself. I am trying to keep the home fires burning while the boys are overseas. I feel this way about it. The people of this community have been loyal to me and 1 am sure going to be loyal to them. I will sell them shoes as long as I can find good serviceable shoes to sell, and at prices the same as I have always sold them. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN SPICES - For Pickling and Preserving As usual we have a good line of Bulk Spices. Some of them are hard to get now, but we are fortunate in making an early buy. We have Cinnamon Bark Cinnamon Pow'dcr Cinnamon Buds Whole Ginger Ginger Powder . Mixed Spices Tumeric All Spice Dill Seed Nutmegs Whole Mace Cardamon Seed Curry Powder Celery Seed Whole Cloves White Mustard Seed White Mustard Powder Mrs. Price's Canning Compound The best known and most used can.' ing powder—specially valuable for corn and beans. Book of directions free. Not injurious. ' Giossi ft •*• V

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