The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1943 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 14, 1943
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The Algona Upper t)cs Moines, Algontt, Iowa, October 14, 1643 Mrs. Al Granzow is how em- i ployed full time as bookkeeper for the Allen Motor Co. Mrs. J. M. Fleming of Whltte- more spertt Tuesday In Algona with her daughter, Mrs. Craig Smith. Mrs. George Free spent Sunday at Mason City where she visited with her sister, Mrs. Frank Kruhwn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wesley and the former's parents, Mr. ond Mrs. George Wesley, spent Sunday visiting at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Mary Bclilmcr has returned to her work in Kresensky's store after spending several weeks in Kansas visiting with her daughter. Mrs. Ned Downing of Marshalltown is spending a tew days in -Algona visiting her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pierce and family have returned to Algona from Tucson, Arizona. They have rented the Chris Godfredson house on Lucas street. Mrs. Arne Pedersen left here last Thursday to join her husband, Lt. Pedersen, who is stationed at Santa Rosa, Calif., which is near San Francisco. Sgt. Elmer A. Lee is home on a 10-day furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McQuire. Sgt. Lee has been stationed at Fort Crocker, Texas. Mrs. Chris Wallukait returned Sunday from Omaha where she had spent the past week visiting her sister, Mrs. Gaylord Sexe. Mr. Wallukait went to Fort Dodge to meet his wife. THtJRS.-FRI.-SAT. OCT. 14-15-16 SDN.-MON.-TUES.-WED. 6CT. 17-18-19-20 WOMAN-CRAZY KILLER! She placed herself in the clutches of a madman to save her dad! A Woman's Heart Kevealedl Charley Grapewin dorqomd • Gilbert 2nd Feature Russell Hayden —in— "SILVER CITY RANGERS" Serial: "Don Winslow of the Coast Guard" 2nd Feature Fibber McGee and Molly —in— "HERE WE GO AGAIN" We Have - Feed Bunks Hog Troughs Set up and ready to go Woven Wire Heavy Barbed Wire Brace Wire Steel Fence Posts For Electric Fence Revolving Head Ventilators Air-Flo Window Frames * Roof Windows fv Barn Paint Sherwin-Williams House Paint Window Glass Glass Cloth Putty Tarred felt of all kinds. Screen door covers. As'.'• phalt roofing. Asphalt shingles. Order Storm Sash and Storm Doors Now!! Moore & Moore, Inc. Sexton, Iowa Phone 40-J-l From where' I sit.,. I /^Jpe Marsh J Mil allows he's swimming rigt |n style these. days. Dan's always made a point of finishing up whatever food was puV before him. ^Pon't make (sense to waste food Jest tp be stylish," he says. • Now opt comes an etiquette authority who says it's wartlroo fashion to take only what you're going to eat-and finish it up clean-becauea *Poo4 Fights fpy Freedom." As Poc itfitcheU says, folfes eat too much snywsy. and bpy, I've wal^l^d this fcown for years, and 75% of ys dig our own graves with pur teeth." Fronx where J sit, this new style in eating may lead to moderation, and moderation has never hurt anybody, In fact, you ftnd moderation and tolerance g« baad to hang ... whether it's what yon eat or what you tblnlf..,,0r whether one man prefers a moderate glasij.of b,ee? when yo» yourself would rathe? baye a soda. Cofyright, 1343, Brewwg M&fy F The American Legion Auxiliary has reserved Saturday, November 20 for a rummage and bake sale. A. L. Brown and William St Clair spent from Sunday unti Wednesday in Des Moines attending the Fall Conference of farm bureau agents. Mrs. Bob Williams and daughter, Marijane, Mrs. Chet Williams Mrs. Roy Christensen and soi Bobby spent Sunday with Mr. an Mrs. Frank Bandy ( at Britt. Arden Orton, son of Mr. anc Mrs, Clark Orton, is now though to be in Persia. Arden is a gunner in the merchant marine, and ha the rating of seaman, first class Mrs. Emily Spencer and Mrs Raymond Norton left Tuesday evening for Chicago. Mrs. Norton will meet friends there and Mrs Spencer will go on to Detroit to visit her niece. Mrs. Addle Ellis returned from Emmetsburg on Friday where she has been visiting her son. Mrs Ellis makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Clinton Lightei when in Algona. Mrs. Mel Peterson and Mrs. S. Bohannon spent from Friday until Monday at Omaha. Th?y were met there by Mrs. Peterson's sister, Jean Murtagh who teaches at Clarinda, Iowa. Pvt. Henry D. Pfeffer left Tuesday evening from Mason City for Camp Gruber; Okla., after enjoying a fifteen-day furlough ai the home of his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Mike Pfeffer, liear Algona Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ffeffer and their son, Pvt. Henry D. Pfeffer and Verna Eischen drove to Hawarden Wednesday to see Mr. anc Mrs. L. G. Pfeffer and family They returned on Thursday evening. Mrs. Nels Gronwall recently received word from her son, Jerry, that he had been made a petty officer second class. Jerry is on a submarine chaser in the Pacifi 'He has previously been in the Atlantic. Bill Frcutcl visited here for the week end with Darwin Deen. Bill is schooling at Iowa State College at Ames through the Navy V-12. Darwin and Bill went to the University of Iowa together last year. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green of Algona are the proud parents of an 8 pound baby girl born Sunday, October 10th. As yet the little miss has not been named. This makes them a family of four boys and three girls. D. D. Moiilux is spending this week in Minneapolis where he is attending the Grand Chapter of the Royal Arch Masons of Minnesota. Mr. Monlux is the official representative from the Iowa Grand Chapter. Mrs. Irving Miller left Wednesday evening for Camp Wolters, Texas, where she will spend a week with her husband who is a Corporal in the army there. Mrs. Miller is employed in the office of the Kent Motor Co. • Bruce Miller left Wednesday morning for Douglas, Arizona, after visiting ,his parents, Mr. and Mrs.- Max'- Miller here since Thursday. Bruce has just finished an eight weeks course as an army physical training instructor in a Florida school. Darwin Deen and Pat McEnroe left Monday for Sqji Francisco, Calif., where they will enter the merchant marine. Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe and Patricia accompanied them as far as Sioux City. At Sioux City Patricia will continue her studies at Briercliff College. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crowe of Lemmon, South Dakota spent Friday evening in the home of their nephew, Dennie Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Crowe then went on to Corwith where they will visit several weeks with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oxley. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullcn of Omaha spent a few days last week in Algona visiting at the home of the letter's father, A. Streit, and with other relatives and friends. They also visited the John Cullens at Whittemore and at Mason City, their former home. Mrs. H. M. Smith, sister of Mrs. Cullen, accompanied them to Omaha Sunday for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Seefield haven't^ seen their last rose of summer yet, because they are still displaying some beautiful roses of numerous varieties. Their roses are extra large ones that look like not house roses. If any of, you rosebud lovers want your centerpieces decorated with some of the latest roses, maybe you should take a little iaunt over to the feeefelds for a visit. Corp. Richard Halpin was here Saturday on a week-end pas= from the School of Mines at Rapi^ City, South Dakota, where he attends an a'rmv school. He visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Halpin and his brother Lt. Tom Halpin who was here on leave from Camp Swift, Texas. Lt. Halpin and his wife, the former Betty Hilsteadt left Sunday for Boone to be with Mrs. Halnin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hilsteadt, for a few days before Lt. Halpin returns to camp, Mrs. Halpin plans to remain in Boone. ' \ Mrs. Lee P. Wolf, who recently moved to Algona from Titonka, spent Thursday jn her old home town, She attended the meetipg of the Titonka Women's club. Mrs. Wolf was on the prosrarn. One of the interesting parts of the meeting was roll call, which had every member reading a let- fpr when their name was called. One letter which was read wa^ 10? years old, and was written bv a man who was in England. Other letters that were read had been written during our Spanisn- American War, Civil War, and World War J, The grammar, spelling, and general contents o* these old letters were considerably different from, the manners of writing Kathryn Kelly returned last week from Los Angeles yi/here she has been visiting friends and relatives. She is the daughter o: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kelley. E. A. Genrlch, now an Instructor in electricity and radio in the navy school at Ames, was visiting this'week at the Harry Nolte home arid with friends here. Mrs. Merle I>raft spent the week end with her mother, Mrs Marguerite Vinson. Mrs. Pratt is taking training as a telephone operator at Spencer. The course lasts six weeks. Sunday guests in the J. W. Fuller home were Mrs. Fuller's sisters, Mrs. D. J. Logan and Mis Anna Boylan and her nieces, Mrs Kenneth Livingston and Maxine Boylan, all of Spencer. Mrs} Edna Miller arrived in Algona from Omaha, Nebr., Wednesday evening for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Irene Gilmore Mrs. Miler has just completed a course in teletype at Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Barker and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox spent Sunday at Burt where they attendee a dinner in the Earl Miller home honoring the second Miller son who is entering the armed service Mrs. M. E. Baker of Iowa City and Mrs. W. H. Fulton of West Des Moines spent the week enc here with their sister, Mrs. G. A Burrell, of Perry. Mrs. Burrell is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. A Tuttle, and has been here for some time. Maxine Hargreaves plans to leave next week for San Pedro, Calif., after spending a month in Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves, and other relatives and friends. Maxine is employed as a checker in a grocery store. Mrs. Andrew Godfredson has received word that her son, Lowell M. Samp, radio man with the navy, has arrived in the South Pacific area. He left San Francisco on the 2nd of September. Lowell has been in the service since the 26th of September, 1942. Betty Sclimitt of Dovenport underwent an appendicitis operation last Wednesday at the General hospital. She will remain m Algona several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmitt. Betty is employed at the John Deere Co. in Moline, 111., in the auditing department. Mrs. R. E. Harr returned Monday from .Marfa, Texas, to live with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith. She has been with rier husband, Cpl. Harr, who has been transferred from the advanced flying school at Marfa to ECingman, Arizona, for training at the air force gunnery school. Pvt. George McVay, son of Mr. and Mrs. John McVay, city, was recently graduated from the Fort Crook Ordnance Automotive School, Fort Crook, Nebraska, according to word received here. The courses covered all phases • of automotive repair and mainte- H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. uwwvwwwwvuww.w. SEALOF MINNESOTA FLOUR 50 ib Bag White's Market WAVE, of Home On Short Beulan p, JBggleston, WAVE, of liUYerne, has completed a course of training tit Memphis, Tenn. Prior to feportiog lor additional diity'ghe yul gpend^a short leave In £uYerns with her fag^iy gnd friends. She expects to arrive in OJB Friday o| this week- If you have fat cattle for sale drop us a line or phone us at Austin, Minn. Geo. A. Hormel &Co. Due to gas ratiosjng we iave discontinued, having i cattle buyer stationed i* the AlgPP9 territory.' y& <m nance of all types of army vehicles. Mary K a t h r y n Merryman, daughter ..of .'Mr., and Mrs. J. I. Merryman, -underwent a 'major operation recently at Iowa City. Mary Kathryn first had a minor operation several weeks ago, and now they have made a major operation to correct a peculiar throat ailment. She is a junior in the local high school. Among those attending a sectional teachers' conference at Spencer on Saturday were Supt. and Mrs. O. B. Laing, Donald Miller, Misses Bertha Godfrey, Hattie Wilson and Frances Messer, former Algona teacher and now county superintendent at Humboldt. Mr. Laing and Mr. Miller were the official delegates from the local school. Helen Wtnkel .Irene Eisenbarth, Camilla Frankl, Betty Colman, and Helen Johnson spent from Wednesday until Sunday in Algona with their respective parents. The girls are all student nurses at Mercy hospital in Des Moines. Another Algona girl, Arlene Hargreaves, is also a student there, but she went on to Omaha to visit her parents who now live there. Lawrence Daw, of Klamath Falls, Oregon, was visiting here with his uncle, Justice J. B. Johnston over the week end. Mr. Daw is scaling lumber with one of the big lumber firms in the west. 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