Frank Geigel - 1

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^yi^^jjy^^^y^^j^j^yjl^^j^ in treatment following Injuries fe<- eeived ift the European theatre Of war. Mrs* Katharine McEvc-y and Jc-sie McEvoy went to Emmetsburg last Thursday to attend the memorial services In Assumption church for their nephew, Michael Schumacher, who died in a German prisoner of war camp. He was a tail gunner on a B-17 and received a skull fracture while in combat duty over enemy territory. Mrs. Ralph Carpenter and cliH- dreri left. Friday afternoon for Storm Lake where the former will care for the children of Mrs, Richard Schmitz, sister of Mrs. Carpenter, who is in the hospital in Sioux City. Mrs. Carpenter has been making her home here With her mother, Mrs. S. E. McMahon, while her husband is in service. Mrs. Dorothy Sliatto of DCS Moines spent a few days recently with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Taylor, and son, Ronald. She is employed in Des Moines. Mrs. Taylor's granddaughter, Karen Lee Wooldridge, spent. Thanksgiving at Mtteon City with her mother, Mrs. EJhel Wooldridge, who is employed at the Federal Savings & Loan office. . Frank Geigel and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel attended the funeral Tuesday, Nov. 28, of the former's sister-in-law, 'Mrs. Henry Geigel, of Monroe, Wis., who passed away Saturday, Nov. 23,' in Renwick. Mrs. Geigel had been in Algeria only fefcenUy for a"'visit; and on heir retu'rn she contracted tsnfeU' mtinla wtilch resulted in Her death. She was buried at LuVSfne. Visitors for two days at the Frank and Fred Geigel homes were Matt and John Geigel, brothers of Frank; Dora Heitz, a sister; George Geigel, son of 'John; and Anna Legler, daughter of Matt, all of Monroe, Wis. They were all here for the funeral, of a sister-in-law, Mrs. Henry Geigel, who died in Renwick, but whose home was in Monroe. Ruth Torine left recently from Des Moines for Hunter college in New York where she will take her boot training in the WAVES. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Torine of Algona, and had been home Since the first of November after being employed In are electrical FUR! Top Market Prices Paid Red Foxes, Joe Phone

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  1. The Algona Upper Des Moines,
  2. 05 Dec 1944, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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