The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1945 · Page 5
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dlfmsf wfi* iet»ved ai the Bavid Lynch home in ton ' "' . The c6tiple will be at home Ifl tiedyard to their niany^jrlends The groom operates a'servlce^sfa' tlort there. , Memorial Day ' Program A memorial day program Is be ing prepared to be held in hall Wednesday at th 10 o'clock. Tentative plans includ Rev. <?. C. Richardson of Algon~ as the speaker. The Legion firing squad from Swea City will help in the program at the cemetery Immediately following the program at the hall. Frederick Metzener Memorial On Sunday, May 27, at 2 p. m memorial services will be held in the Evangelical and Reform church in Ledyard for John Frederick Metzener, who lost his life in a typhoon last December on the U. S. S. Monaghan. The Legion will present a flag to the family .v;-. -. , {daughter of ' Mr, and Mrs. Guy Smith, :. of &l> Paul, , > , forlde of Jack Lynch, Son of Mrs. , . .THofnas Lynch, oil Tuesday morn- at the Sacred Heart Church at Ledyard with the R.ev. ather^ Maynafd officiating ^ . cptipie was attended by Mrs. M. . . Mherty, steter of the, bride, and Oavld Lynch, groom The bride ; wore an aqua blue ; suit with white accessories and a corsage of gardenias Her bridesmaid Wore with gold accessories and a corsage of roses After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to the bridal group and -Immediate relatives' at the Algona hotel. At noon a three -N ••x..;^,V..;-;::if-'> W (rV..- f losing a home-p ''' tippet D«8 Molncs, "KaveKatet" Drawstring neckline and sleeves... nipped in waistline atop a full shirred skirt...a dream of a dress in Sugar White Nassau Spun Rayon. Sizes 9 to 15. $ J095 I«w«, May 24, 194S Central Council Closes Year's Books Left to right: Secretary, Dolores Rammer; senior representative, William Beiser; prefect, Gordon Wlnkel; vice prefect, Robert Winter; senior representative, Louis McEnroe. Not pictured •Howard Weydert, treasurer. St. Cecelia's Academy, Algona. Bible School Opens Daily Vacation Bible School of the Methodist church began Monday morning at the school with about 30 enrolled. Rev. and Mrs. Edward Cass, Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Stella Frye are teaching the classes and Mrs. Paul Wilson is teaching the music. Mrs. E. O. Carpenter and Mrs. -.. Rosebow Were Swea City callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes attended the graduation of a nephew at Buffalo Center last Wednesday evening. , , Donnie Krebsback the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. John Krebsback, was seriously ill last week with an ear Infection. Mr. and Mrs. Bonlcksen of „__„, j,,^u, J-*V.t*H,IYOCIl Ul Rlngsted and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and family were Sunday guests at the J. H. Welfare home. The summer Bible school of the Evangelical and Reform church will be held the week beginning May 28 to June 1 from 9 a. m until 4 p. m. daily. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Knudtson and Mr. .and Mrs. Andrew Duns and daughter Virginia, of Graet- inger, visited Sunday evening at the Clayton Rosebow home. Leon J. Worden, of Fairmont, and his son, Harvey, who is home on furlough after completing boot raining at the Great Lakes naval raining station, were dinner guests Saturday at the Aubrey Waterhouse home. Joyce Nitz, the older daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul Nitz, fell Friday while playing with a group of children, on some large tiles )iled in Main street, and chipped ;he bone in her elbow. Her arm has been put in a cast. Rev. E. P. Nuss and Fred Fleeter left Monday morning for Glencoe, Minn., where they attended, .the annual synodlcal.meet- .toS* 0 *?the Evangelical and-Heforni church. Rev. Nuss had charge of the devotions on Tuesday. Mrs. Nuss accompanied them as far as Hamburg where she visited with relatives. Mrs. Jennie Phillips came home Sunday from the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge where she had been a patient for several days. Mrs. Emma Schmidt will stay with Mrs. Phillips for several weeks. JUDGE NAREY TO GIVE MEMORIAL ADDRESS, LUVERNE LuVerne: Memorial services will be held Wednesday afternoon May 30th, at 2:30, at the cemetery. The following program wil be presented. Selection by the band, march by Legion and Auxiliary, message by commander o the Legion, .invocation by Rev Robert Phillips, floral ceremonj by the boy scouts and cub scouts address by Hon. Judge H. E. Narcy of Spirit Lake, selection by the band, salute to the dead by firing squad from Prisoner of War camp in Algona, Star Spangled Banner by the band, taps, march by the Legion and Auxiliary. Auxiliary Has Program The American Legion Auxiliary met Friday evening in the Legion hall with 21 members and 7 four guests present. The theme for the evening was "Poppies -and Memorial" and the program was in charge of Mrs. Walter Engel, Mrs Art Dimler and Mrs. O. S. Lund After the business meeting a memorial service was held for Mrs. George Merkle, a member who had passed'away during the year. A short play entitled ''A Day of Peace," was given by Mrs Bert Ramus, Mrs. Harold Phillips and Mrs: Art Dimler. Mrs. Harold Phillips sang "The Lord's Prayer" accompanied by Mrs. Ray Stone at the piano. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Ella Woito, of Clarion, spent Sunday visiting With relatives and friends. Mrs. D. D. Broadie and lont. Brayton spent Monday and Tuesday in D^Moines, INSULATION is now a MUST! . ..,...' • , ••* 20 per cent Less Coal Inl9451 IOWA HOMES GET ONLY 80 PER CENT OF COAL USED IN 1944 CERTIFI€D INSULATION 3AVE YOU WPCfrOF YOm CAN'T A^ORI? WT TO INSULATi *• ' - -' • ' ' • '' ' '-' ' ' • ' - •" I! _ ^^^^S _ . ^& ^ .- ^^R ' ^ ^^[(^^^ , / ; W^^V (IMIIIil • SiftifctaSi. M:%^.lKps&t. Insulate :IM|11|§|||^||^ ; ^^' 3r " !:tS5:i/xw ' N "iiBii -The Lutheran ^school held its picnic Friday on the school lawn. Werner Horn is the teacher. Miss Florence Godfrey of Humboldt spent Sunday visiting at the home of -her mother, Mrs. Olla Godfrey. Sgt. Paul Knopf went to Des Moines Saturday where he entered the veterans hospital for medical treatment. Miss Betty Dimler, of Des Monies, spent the week-end at the 'home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler. • Miss Imogene Mertz, a cadet nurse from Des Moines spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mertz. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Palmer and son of Renwick were visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund. Art Kraft and children and Rudy Rickie, of Eagle Grove, were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Henry Blumer, Mrs. Morris Espeland, of Fort Dodge, visited over the week-enc at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Dimler. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hess, of Des Moines, visited several days at the Vern Toohey home and with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Toohey. Mrs, Lyle Hersom returned re- centy from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where she had been a medical patient for several days. 'Mrs. Gilbert Hefti and daughters Marlene and Judy, of Webster City, visited for a few days at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Walter Hefti. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Meyer of Clarion, are. the parents of a baby girl born Saturday, May 19th, Mrs. Meyer is the former Eleanor Woito. Mrs, RusseJl Courtney, of Lexington', lUJnois, spent several days recently visiting at the home of her .parents, M ; r. and Mrs, Wm. L^mier, ; ; > James gwijafel, son of Mr, and Mrs.'A, Fygwiefel, underwent m operation $pf appendicitis, Sunday evening IR the Mercy hospital a t Fort Podge,; * MJss Hejeii C?hjistensen, a cadet ""— frwn Des. Moines,' was'-.« 9vep; Jhfi weekend it the Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wittenburg went to Knierlm Sunday where Rev. Wittenburg conducted services in the Lutheran church in the evening. The church has recently been redecorated. The Walther League met on Thursday evening in the church with Mildred Lenz as hostess. A business meeting and discussion was held after which games were played. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the evening. >Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty were visitors Sunday at the home of Mrs. DeRay Lichty in Mason City. Mrs. Lichty and little daughter, Dana Darlene returned 'home with Mr. and Mrs. Lichty and will spend several days visiting here. S-Sgt. Merle Thompson came home Friday evening from the hospital in Algona where he had been for several days receiving medical care. He left Saturday evening. for Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, after spending a furlough here with his mother, Mrs. William Thompson and with other relatives. Former LuVerne Boy Killed In Action An Luzon April 24th LuVerne: Relatives here have received word of the death of Pfc. Delbert Thompson who was killed in action on April 24th on Luzon. Pfc. Thompson was with the 25th division of the infantry. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Thompson, of Waltham, Minn., former LuVerne residents. SCHOOLS AT BURT CLOSED FRIDAY Bart: The" school year closed Friday with the 3rd and 4th grades and 5th and 6th grades having a picnic. The teachers left the last of the Week for their homes. Miss Edel went to her home at Sumner; Edith Milbrandt to her home at Buffalo Center for a few weeks later to attend summer school at Iowa State; Verona Radig went to Fenton; Dorothy Spindler to Schaller; Fern Bemel to Algona; Pauline Hess to Charles City and Mrs. Robert Murray to Graettinger. Hot Lunches Next Year The room that had been used for storing the musical instruments has been made into a kitchen and plans have been made to serve hot lunches next school year. Eighth Grade Graduation The eighth grade graduating exercises which were held Wednesday afternoon in the school •auditorium were well attended by the mothers and friends, A shbfi play entitled "Our Good Neighbors," given by the class Was very interesting and educational. The cast was Uncle Sam, Who might be a mite stuck up, Junior Rachut; Columbia, who could tell him so, Marlene Dremmel; Canada, our great neighbor to the north, Jo;Jce Ryerson; Central and South American neighbors were portrayed by the other members of the class, as well as two islands represented by Mary Of- fleer Sftd Gerald ^. U x S ciuiui>< certainly deserve; efedit foif'S part in the" /play/ A v Spt dance by four girls was ty\as was the daneing'l., fourth graders. Supt. W. ; ft^ fleer spoke to the class arid' sented them with -their dipJ Music was furnished by • Baars and Shirley LockwOodl play was directed by Mrs* *« Bemel, junior high instructor.;- Read the Want Ads-*-It FOR SALE SY 2 of the NWW of Section 12, Hutnboldt Twfl., Humboldt County, Iowa, is offered for sale to the highest bidder, with the 1945 lease to be assigned. All Webster and Clarion loaai. Buildings are quite good. -If Interested, will you look this place over and make your bid to the undersigned? J. A. 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