The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1945 · Page 3
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its ' .St. Jot: 6h Mother's day, May l3 ( at the 1 8 dtcldck high mass, *eaa by K«v. l*fV George Theo- bc-Id, 16 children 'received theli! first holy edmniutfloh; They Were Cart .Reding, Norhiffl Jeaft Reding, Marilyn Bofinann, Amanda Berte, Mary Margatet Dunphy, Elaine Wfigherv Richard Hammer, James Hilbert, Ranald Thilges, Dennis ttilbert, Robert Ernst, Harold Illg, -Donald Becker, Jbseph Berte, . t^rnlfih fiber, Robert Bermann find Robert Cunningham left Fri* day from Aig&na toy bus *6f ¥1. Snelilrig; Minn., for fMuttidfl into the afmed forces. A farewell i*arty was given foi> Robert Bbrhiann, son bf Mr. jafld Mrs. Henry Bof- ffiafth, last Tuesday evening^ Tedh. Sgt. and Mrs. Clement Elba, newlyweda, left Monday for Santa Ana, Calit, where the ser* geaftt will ettter a rest camp. Mrs. Efta Is the former Rita Marso, 1 youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Marso. They were married' April 27 ift St. James Cathedral, Seattle, Wash. New Machines No. 10 C. Hammermill with traveling feed table* pickup baler with engine, Farmers Friend tractor power forks, McCormick-Deering electrically driven cream separators in all sizes, McCormick-Deering double and single unit milkers, tractor wheel weights. 1 Set 13-28 Firestone Tractor Tubes. WE DO BELT SPLICING Cargill Feeds Farm-Oyl Lubricants Firestone Tractor Tires and Tubes Pontiac Parts and Service Algona Implement Co. McCormick Deering Sales and Service Phone 52 State and Jones Pretty Blouses Blouses pr etty enough to wear with- out jackets; some tailored; some frilly. Iii Banking white and soft pastels. 2.98 to 6.95 flttftft^ 8.»P fffiMRS (MATE FROM OTTOSEN SCHOOL dttosen; Graduation efceriiises of the Bode high school will take place Friday evening, May 18, at the high school auditorium. Commencement address will be given by Prof, Hamlet Peterson, coach at Luther college. The 12 seniors include Phyllis Berge, Arinand Han^ Soil, Audrey Hanson, Beverly Harris, Delia Janssen, Conrad Larson, Beverly Lee, Agnes Mltsven, Lyle Opheim, Donald Pfibsen, Gerald Holland and Vernon Schmidt. Nose Gunner On B-24 Home After Year In Jap 1 Area S-Sgt. Everett R. f orgerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Torgerson of Sacramento, Calif., formerly of Bode, has arrived from the Southwest Pacific by plane for a 21- day furlough at the home of his parents. He is -assistant engineer and nose gunner on a B-24 and has participated in the bombing of Iwo Jima, Truk, Wake, Yap, Chi Chi Jima and the Marcus Islands. He made a bomb run over Iwo Jima about, an hour before the marines landed. He served 12 months with the 7th air force overseas and wears the air medal and two battle stars on his campaign ribbon. He has participated In 40 missions. At the end of his furlough he will report at Santa Ana, Calif., for reassignment. Walter Dodge R. B. Carlson and Thompson were in Tort Sunday afternoon. Mrs, Walter Thompson has returned from short visits at Decorah and Waucoma. Mrs. Elmo Barber was called to Rodman Friday on account of the illness of her mother. •Mrs Ed O'Neil of Colorado Springs, Colo:, has arrived for a visit of several days at the Taskel Aure home. Pvt. Robert Nelson of Fort Riley, Kansas, is spending a furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson. Cpl. Merle Sorlein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sorlein has arrived home from 3 years service spent in Australia. He will ba here 21 days. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Stone and sons Bruce and Roger of Sioux Falls, S. D., spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of her father, Oscar Grefstad. Pvt. Norman Weiland is home from Camp Robinson, Ark. He was manager of the Bode lockers before moving to Royal and since entering service his family have returned to Bode where they have bought a home. Lt. Herbert 'Larson has returned from New York City routed via Louisville, Ky. and with stops at Kansas City, Des Moines and Mason City going from the latter place to Britt where he visited his sister before "returning home. A party of friends joined with Mrs. Art Gray Monday -afternoon in celebrating her birthday. After a pleasant: social afternoon; refreshments were -.served, A number of presents and Beards were received in honor of the occasion. '" Mrs. Donald Aure and infant son have returned from the Luther hospital, Fort Dodge. The baby has been named Robert Ma:t. They have another son, Donald, Jr. Pvt. Aure has arrived home on a 21-day furlough from Camp Hood, Texas. He is in the antitank division. Word has been received by relatives here that Jimmy Opheim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Opheim of Ames, former Bode residents, has been reported missing somewhere in the Southwest Pacific. He was a radio man in the naval air corps." Dr. Astro'p Larson preached the morning service at the Lutheran church Sunday morning .which was followed by a dinner given by the Ladies Aid for which 300 tickets were'sold. At 3 in the a£- ternobn •. Dr. Larson installed the Rev, Martin Trygstad as pastor of St. Olaf's Lutheran church. " Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rood entertained the Wilbur Rood family of Rutland at Sunday dinner and In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs, Roy Johnson and family of Kanawha came, Mrs, Johnson remain-- ing overnight and left for Chicago Monday night. Sunday evening Mr, and Mrs. Joe Rood joined the party, The faculty of the Bode school went to Algona «Friday nignt where they had a picnic in the shelter house at Call State Park, It was, in the nature of a farewell party for Coach, Geo. Bauer, Mildred Carlson and • Kathryn Sorenson who are leaving Bode at the close of the school year. Gifts were given to them during the meal hour which were graciously responded to, The 7th War Bond Drive open^ed in Bpije Tuesday morning pre-r ceded by a pep meeting in the ci(y hall »t iO. Wter Thompson is' bopd chairman here, assisted by Mrs, J. P. Jensen, Mrs. Dells Quaiiy, Mrs, Burton >Rood, Mrs, Ryth. Owrtson, 'Mrs. Sid RoUsnd, Mrs, Ted f?ossing, Mr?. F, Q. Esmay, Mrs. J^e Rood, Mrs, I, H, Hferjna»; Mrs-• Alfred. V89g apd -"•'"— • Johnson as., c,Q* --^-- •*! ^ --^ ^--y^r. '^-^a^-^-^- .-;- s, N WAR „ "STOOD iiKeAtMamtm t t • WOMEN CAN HELP WM TUB WAK 0Y WJSEXVM6 &£& P&P OF US£& COOKMG J#T. GAWMEP f*TSU6$7/TVre$ FOK THE iWUSrftAL FATS M WSDTOIMP00: TURM M MEW Pf?0f> fORCA&j ANP RAT/ONPOfHTSf "~ at Wetley Stinday Night Wesley: The bacealeureate program was presented; in the high school auditorium Sunday evening. Mrs. Clara Haverly played "America the Beautiful." Rev. Llndgren, pastor of the local Congregational church, gave the invocation followed by school announcement by Supt. Chas. Mullin. Rev. Lindgren read the scripture; the girls' quartet, Rose Studer, Theresa Lorenz, Rosalie Alne, Mary Lou Haverlg and Jeannine Studer sang "The Rotary," followed by the semon delivered by Rev. Lindgren, The girls then sang "Little Mother of Mine," then the benedictoin and the recessional. Members of the senior .class are Ardean Mpnson, Laura' Ann Miller, Rosalie A. Alne, Mary Louise Haerly, Wm. L. Koppen, Cornelius O. Sherman, John L. Carlson, Robert L. Goefz and Harold N. Skow. The class colors are pink and .silver, their flower white carnation and the class motto "Less Than Our Best is Failure." Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson drove to Dows Sunday/ to visit her mother Mrs. Senenfelder. Bud Halligan, USN, brother of FOR SALE One GEHL 15-32 Portable Feed Mill, completely reconditioned Waukesha engine with 1937 Chevrolet long wheel base truck, VERN BATT ALGONA, IOWA Mrs. August Haschay Spell a few 1 days at her name last WeeR., Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Dehhert afld Imogene of Masoh City ' wei'S Mother's day guests at her parental home, the John Bierles. The Magnus Rahms and Frank Youmj wirths were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Preushel celebrated their tenth annivesary Sunday and for the occasion entertained Mr. and Mrs. Greg Studer, grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. and ,- Mr'st attd Jafflily; afla sisters^ Norene; mary.. * . '..• Roy Olloik N., arrived Friday i visit With his wife afld' hefe and his p^ertfe, M£i Mrs. James OllottV He hW in the navy ove* 1 two _ in the Pacific 23 months. YM m° lota MBtr hi MKmel»ne.,.. TM SM Jo» Milhr fi MKenolsde.... 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