The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1948 · Page 9
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\ ^ '° 1 iV r / 1 SECOND SECTION mtiui ,.|W.-, ,,l.,i. imat.nt.1 tgona MARCH 30,1948 . . ,.• ., it. Whitteniore Bali Tells Of Visit To White Home George Carmody Met President On Jaunt East Whiflem6rS~<tn a letter to his father, Tom Carmody of Whltte* more, George W. Carmody of Clinton, sales manager of the Coca Cola Co., bottling works there, tells of a fiHe trip he rnade to,Atlantic City to attend an international Coca Cola bot- alers Convention, He and his/wife left Clinton > March 5, driving.* At Atlantic City they found faVoraBlo weather. Jim'Farley was'also a visitor at the convention, and George riiet him. • They visited in Washington, D. C-. and through an acquaintance •were admitted to thd White House and shook-"hands with President Trurhan. They received ' a box' ,of book matches inscribed with the presidential seal and the words "President's"House". George writes:, "Mr. Truman is .all I have felt he is; a really sincere man, and regardless of political' ideas I will unreservedly; state that he is a good man in every respect and doing what he thinks is the right thing;" They - also visited a session of Congress and heard several U. S. senators speak in'debate. • ' .-. tipsts To 72 Guests ' Mr. and Mrs. Fertllnand Ost> wald entertained 72 guests at.din- ner Sunday in honor- of their twin daughters ; Leola and La- Berta, on . their confirmation. Present were the Werner Gaaes, 'August Bernghouses, the Louis Schaefers, the August Schaefers, West Bend; the Henry Schepp- mans, Irvington; Rosa- Barto,' Dora Bierstedt, Algona; the William Madsens, Burt; the Thimoty Kleins, Rodman; the Carl Ost- walds, j;he Theodore , Ostwalds, the Eugene Elberts, the . Louis Wehrspasns, the -Lawrence Meyers, •the-Herbert'. Schmitts, Mr. arid.'Mrs. Elmer" Ostwald, and the William Ostwalds." . , . • •• • Carl Ostwalds were the paternal grandparents, and the Louis Schaefers are the maternal grandparents .of the twins. Evening dinner guests' were Rev. and Mrs. Paul Weinhdld and son David and daughter Jeane, frot. and Mrs. H. W. Behhke, and Prof, am} Mrs. W. G. Erase, Mr. and,Mrs. Carl Feye 1 and daughter He*e Fdj ArmiversJrY Mr. ahd Mrs. 'Fred Schallin and son Dean of PctalUfn«; Calif., ar* rived here last week Sunday ev-, enihg" by dar. They came to help celebrate the fiftieth wadding atv niversary of the forM^r'd parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sehallin of Algona, which j*van HeW at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur RUsch on Wednesday, March 24, in Lotts Creek. .- . . Mrs. Sehallin v^ill; be remembered here as ElfMeXWagnc-r, sister of Mrs. Joseph Esstif. and Arnold Wagner of Whfttcrrtore. On Tuesday the Esscfs'i rind the Schallins drove to I ffo't't Dodge where they visited another sister of the women, Mrs. t). Baker. They returned to' tHelf home Saturday. .-'-.•". .. , Henry Laucks Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eaitek Jr. entertained a numbei* 6( relatives at their home at a (£ o'clock dinner Sunday evennig'-, : in ; honor of their son Henry, on His Cbrifirma-, .tjo'n, Present were Mr. arid Mrs. William Meyer Sr v Mr; arid Mrs. Ernest Meyer jand sftii Kenneth Mr 1 , and Mrs. Elmer Ejell, of nere, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Latick, Stecn, Minn;,' Mr.' and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and family, Lotts Greek.- Others who Were present latet! in 1 the ev- eiyng were Mr. and' M*sl • Henry Lauck, Steen, -Minni, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and' family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter 'Struecker, West Bend, and Mr. and'Mrs. Erwin Struecker, Rodman; In State Contest . - Sister Sacred Heart arid Sister Mary Rose, accoinpaHiedi Mr. and Mrs. Will Fandel and daughter Marian, to Iridianola; where Marian took 'part in the state 6ratori- cal contest sponsored' by the American Legion, A week ago Sunday, she had given her speech at a St. Patrick's day program at Presentation academy and received much praise on the 1 quality of her delivery. Whittempre is proud to have had a 1 representative at the state contest. - •;-' ' • ' 81. Injured In Fall ,' , William C. '» r Elbert ! /received word last week' that'- his o'nly brother, 'Andrew ElbevtV . X 81, .at MetamOra, 111., fell a 1 week- ago Saturday and broke his hip when his family were helping move a stove, Mr. Elbert lives alone in his home.ff.^&.j'y, ,< ,. ' '*t »5, ' '' '"• They Cut That Bridal , ENGAGEMENT & WEDDING RlKGS SHARP'S JEWELftf THE BRIDAL; CAKE is cut. Pictured above are Mr. and • Mrs. Ernest Anfinson of Algona,; as ihefy cut'their wedding cake at a reception held Sunday, March 21 In the parlors of the first Lutheran church here, following the Wedding ceremony. Mrs. Anfinson is the'former Martha Lou Peliska. The young couple Were expected home this week from a wedding trip io Texas. (Algona News-, papers Flashfolo). . rived home from /Rochester, Minn., last week following an operation which Mr. Burke underwent. Their son John Burke went to Rochester by bus and drove the Burke car home. Frank is getting along splendidly and has been up town greeting old friends. Returns To Montana Mrs, Sophia Fritzpatrick returned to her home in Billings, Mont., after visiting" here at the home of Mr. and ,Mrs. Henry Kuecker for several/months. She left by rail. Tuesday morning The members of the Veterans' Mothers club met Thursday . afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Gengleiv, Mrs.- Gengler arid 1 Mrs. 'Frank Schumacher were hostesses. : , . r Mr., arid Mrs. Leo Kollasch and family, Lotts'•'Creek-, and Mrs. Catherine O'Brien ; visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien at Bancroft r ~v „.-,, • <, Peter* 5 and' 4 Edward Noonan,> John and Peter Waldron Sr., drove to Vinton Saturday where they visited at the Larry Dunn- vvald home near Waterloo Sunr day. -, . • Mrs. Catherine O'Brien arrived home Thursday afternoon, having been met by her son 'Edmund O'Brien at Mason City. MfS. O'Brien spent the past th'ree ; months visiting with her, son^iri-* law and Daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Horan and family in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Ruth Ann Bchnke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Behnke, is enjoying an .extra lortg Easter vacation from her classes at Iowa State college at Ames. The quarr ter ended last week and the two vacations have been combined.. Arlene Thill, who was removed to the Kossuth hospital after complications following'- an- apr pendectomy,'is now on'the road of recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lauck and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Sr., of Stecn,' Minn., visited here from Friday until Monday at the homes of Erwin.and Waiter Stru- ecker' and Heriry 'Lauck Jr. ,«.-8lr. apd Mrs, Walter Strnecker had'as'dinner guests Sunday, Mr. Spenf Year On Guam, Portland Visitors Portland—Mr.-|nd/Mrs. R. J, dent at Mankato Teachers' Grover, California,', who recently returned from a ,.year. in Guam, were visitors at-, the .Will ..Grovey home. Other gue'sl,s were Mrs. Clara Fairbanks and ,Marie Grover, Burt. The latter'are sisters of the Grover men;,- '• Mr. arid Mrs. Will Housh, Dps Moines, spent a day 7 at Will Grov- cr's .last week and 'attended the funeral of Mrs, Fannip Mann. Students Home » Marcella Bartlptt, a senior stu- Bridfes/ 'i Now you may get your f): "OWLE S T J3 H L I N G .\ at, SHARPS JEWtLRY Set 9 Jlfptime pattern for f racious.Jiv. ing wUI» Pfle of tfte twelve beautiful Towls psitems, Towle S<erJin| is «&J eilveri Designed and fashioned in craft tradfyfQRS d»>ing ba,c|^ to 1690. Y^t, for alt it9 proud tradition, Towl^ ii not " ' 9, l-l ,' '" .t"-v *•*.< -^,-m JEW! \3'-\ V^"* 1^"' -KKK-^ college, was home fotUhe Easter va*- cation. Shirley Ha'rvey was also home for the weekend from Indianola. James Harvey spent a week's vacation/from his studies at Ames. Mary -Lee Parsons "was home from Forest City. Stewarts Entertain .'Mr. and'Mrs. Bill Stewart, Waterloo, have' been 'visiting relatives here the past week. Mr. ahd Mrs. Roscoe Stewart entertained a group of relatives at Easter Sunday dinner. Betty Stewart, R. ,-Ni, Fairmont, Minn., is coining soon for a-visit at home. Mary Janice McWhorter, R. N. from Rochester, spent several days here and returned to do special work at St. Mary's. AUNTHET BY ROBERT QUILLEN JUH -/ "J knew (heir mwriagf* would»'* work. Folks can't be partners u both think 'they're big shots »nd can't stand havin' any competition,*' , ? ' Your car gets spring lever, , tog! Priye H in and let us take up $\l the vattles and tipo wiii hplp a Jpt-Njet that apcwmul^ttpn of win^ tw grunt and dirt pff. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. r ..J Mrs. Fred Struecker, WrUtte* more, Mr. and Mrs. August Rog- ROW, West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Sttruecker, Rodman, and Mr. arid'Mi's. Henry Lauck, Bteen, Minn...., i Mrs. Noll Fafrell had as guests M her horrte Wednesday and 'liurtday, Mrs. .Henry Holder and VIrs. Leo Wolkien; of Pocahontas. \n& on WedJ&esday. night Mrs. Carroll had i several ouier guests o prove their skill at pinochle gainst the Pocahontas ladies, but will went home with the bacon. >li-s. Hilder winning high, and Wrs. Wolken, door prize, and Mrs. osoph Priester, low. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Schultz and son Norman and daughter Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. creorge Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer and son Eldon, helped Arthur, Heidenwith celebrate his birthday at his home Tuesday evening. The evening'was spent playing 500, Herman Voigt and Mrs. Potratz winning .high, Ruth Schultz and George Meyer, low- DANCING Thursday, April 1st AMBV MEYERS Thursday, April 8th AL MENKE Thursday, April 15th TINY LITTLE Figueroa Ballroom Livermore, la. . A luncheop. was served .following the'card games. Mn and Mrs. Hefmafl Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer RUhnke were Sunday evening 6, o'clock dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn in honor of their daughter Arlene's confirmation. Mrs. Edna Grimm and sons Floyd and Lloyd of Gilmore City, were weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grimm. The Grimms moved back to their home Saturday evening following the fire they • had several weeks ago. With the quick work and help from the local men the home was plastered and repaired in shcy.t order. Jury Indicts Man At West Bend West Bend — The Palo Alto grand jury has indicted Jas. R. Jacobs here on a charge of assault with intent to do great bod- . *• •.•'•••..--•**.. HE'S SMARTER THAN HE LOOKS/ I JUST SAW HIM BUYING ' LUSBY&GIOSSI IF Moving or Storing your household goods contact . 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