The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1945 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 14, 1945
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§45 TESTAKE , filed lidbft, who has , ifig Itt CHlda&r the past yea?, Afgdtta, towd, Jtme 14, i§48 left Thursdayfor Rochester. „ Jill work in the diet kitchen KaHier hospital<untii she is old _joug'h x td ibeglft fiUfSes training, 1 Ivois, Biaek, aisd of this year's YlPaduatittg class, but Who now <lives at Bricelyn, has also enter* ed this hospital ASM nurses', aid ftind* the girls fddtti together. Lois •Js the,daughter of Mr. and'-MrS.i Cecil Slack.;' ;^;.^' : -' V -Mrs. Rose Moulton, of Ban- ,s6roft, visited over the week end At the Asa'Warner home. The United Service Women held a work meeting Friday evening at :ihe home of Mrs.; Asa Warner. •Eight little frietids' were^ entertained at the Jr McDonald home Wednesday, June, 13, ln4iohdi? of .Ella's eighth birthday. Mrs. Herman Brandt and Mrs. Orvllle Brandt went to Texas 'last week to Visit: Orvllle Who is in ari army camp there. Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Pingel .and three sons visited 'Mrs, Pin- .gel's • mother, iMrs, Ada 'Randall, :at Mason City ott Sunday. '• On next Sunday : morning ,Dn Earl Burgess, district superhv- iendent from Algona;will preach .Jit the. morning service at the ^Methodist .church. ''•£,• \ (Rev. and Mrs, Edward tended a .Mission festival at Buf- the de- Center, .Wednesday, at '^Reform church. Rev. Nuss Leaf t oft the -faM for the next feW .ottths. . '•.•.: - -. Oh Saturday afternoon a group 6f neighibors and Mends pleasant* ly surprised Mrs. Aubrey WateN house •; in '-honor of her birthday. Luhfch arid gifts were tordught by the ladies. * ; , , . ; , ' Lt. Fred and Mrs. Anderson and MfS. Lettby v Anderson,, of Bad* ctiffe, -Were week end guests at the wtemet home. Lt. Anderson has 'been'stationed at St. Joseph, Mo., but has been transferred to the west c6aSt,and is enrdute there now. - , - . Supt, and Mrs, Michard BroU' wfer returned early last week after Mvihg attended the funeral of a relative at Maurice and then spending several days with rela< tiVes at Hull. This week Mr. Brouwer began work with the Blue Earth Canning company. Rev. and Mrs. Edward Nuss attended, the Wedding of John Karels and Frances Dontje at .the Presbyterian church in LaKota Sunday Afternoon. The groom has been In the army,in the European theater/and is home with « medical discharge. They . will make their home on what has been the home farm. Irene Dyer, who has been visiting .her parents the past several months left Friday for Miami, Fla., where she wifl Work. On the same day, Joe, who 'had also been Visiting here left to return to Washington, D. C., Where he is employed by th'e census bureau. He was '.accompanied by his younger brother, Robert, who Will spend the, summer In Washington and return for school In the fall. Come in and see die first quality B. !P. 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Relatives and friends from here who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hinz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hahselman and daughter, Norma Jean, Mr, and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman, Henry Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hinz, jr., Fred Tiede, Mr. and Mrs. William Tiede, Mrs. Max Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hirtz, Rev. and Mrs, Louis Wittenburg, Ernest Meyer, Mrs. Charles Hinz, Mr..and Mrs. Carl Hanselman, Edwin Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Leftoy Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. William RistaU, Mrs. Fred Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbaeh and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Warmbler and family, Doris Hinz and Norman Larmier. Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wittehtourg, Kenneth and Nadine attended the Mission Festival at the Lutheran church In West Bend, Sunday afternoon, Miss Seima Behnkendorf returned-to Bode Sunday evening after spending several days Visiting her mother, Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf. Mrs. Merle Holly and three children of Miller, S. D., spent several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and with other relatives. Kenneth Brayton spent several days In Ft. 'Dodge visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Ansdem and also his grandmother, Mrs. Will Brayton at Somers. Mr. and Mrs. Art Ramus and family of Des Moines visited over the week end at the parental William Ramus home and with other relatives and friends. , Mrs... Edward Six and son came recently from Minneapolis to make their home here. She has moved into tHe Lichty apartments. Mr. Six is In the navy. Mrs. Arthur Satre and sons, Stephen and Daniel, of Rockford, 111., came recently to visit at the home of her father, F. C. Fritze- mler and other relatives. Mrs. Kate Barton returned home, Sunday (from Ft. Dodge after spending a week visiting at the home of her brother and sister-in- law, Mr; and Mrs. Charles Wolf. Dpi. Gail Stoddard left Saturday evening for Greenville, S. C., after spending a 20-day furlough at the home of his mother, Mrs. Marie Stoddard and with .other relatives. Harold Phillips has purchased the Jennie Levier house and will move into it in the near future. Frank Sanford recently purchased the Hof house where Phillips are now living. , Mr. and, Mrs. Art Kraft-and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kraft from Eagle Grove and (Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kraft of Renwick, visited Sunday afternoon; at the home of Mr. and' Mrs:_Henry Blumer;. : -,;£, Mrs.;:Elmer Schnetzer' arid baby son, James Allan, came -home Sunday (from the. general hospital in Algona. Mrs. Schnetzer is staying at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H, T. Blumer. Mrs. Andrew Hanson, of Racine, Wis., is spending a 'two weeks' vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .William Ramus, and^with other relatives. Mrs., Hanson, is the former Vera Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Harry O'Nan are the parents of a 9-pound baby boy born Wednesday, June 6, in the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. O'Nan is the former Donna Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs'. Art Miller. Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Smith and sons, Jerry and Larry accompanied by Mr. and Mrs, Luverne Jeffries and son, George,' spent Sunday in Des Moines visiting at the home of Capt, and 'Mrs. R. L. Corbin. < Mr. and Mrs. Lyle .PecHume: W ,»»',76;*«4lxB^wBt?S*:« i ffJlSa are spending seveM days visiting at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs. Fred Wolf, Mr. Pech- umer is in the army and Was recently returned to the United States ifrom England, The Women's association of th Presbyterian church will mfie Wednesday afternbon, June 13, a the home of Mrs. Clifford Holmes with Mrs. Burtis' De Nio as assistant hostess. Mrs. Emily Guy wil be the leader for the afternoon, William Ellis is very ill at his home. His daughter, Mrs. Lloy Zentner of Humboldt, has been with her father.. Another daughter Mrs. Ed Greenway of St. Louis is expected home soon. Mr. Ellis is nearly 8? years old arid has been in failing health for some time. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant am Mrs. Peter Thompson were d'n- ner guests Sunday at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gugger in Renwick. Other guests were Mr. anc Mrs. Minard Babler and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Elmer and three daughters, Martha, Lena , and Clara. • , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peter are the parents of a baby girl born Thursday, June 7, in the genera hospital in Algona. There are two other .children in the family. Mrs Peter is a granddaughter of the late Fritz Granzow, a band director, who led the local ' band during the summer months several years ago. Mrs. Adrian Goerhing has received word that her husband who is in the army and stationet in Kansas, was injured in an airplane crash there. Mrs. Goerhing is the former Arlene Miller daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar Miller. She has been making her home with her parents since her husband entered the army,. Mrs. Carl Lang and son, Gary went to Nora Springs, Tuesday to visit at the home of Rev. anc Mrs. David Lang. Lt. Lang> who had been visiting his parents came home with them the latte: part of the week and they wil spend several days here visiting before returning to Colorado where Lt. Lang is stationed. The members of the .Methodis church' will have a family dinner Sunday, June 17, in the city hall immediately following the morning worship service. Circle 1 o the W.S.C.S. is sponsoring the dinner and will furnish the ho dishes and the dessert. Others are asked to (bring a covered dish sandwiches and service for their family. . The general meeting of the W.S.C.S. will be held Wednesday afternon, June 20, in the church parlors. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. O. S. Alexander, Mrs. Allen Thompson, Mrs Floyd McClaren, Mrs. Earl Nea" and Mrs. Peter Thompson. The worship service will be in charge of Mrs. Warren Hunt and the lesson will -be given by Miss Myrtle Jordon, the topic will be "Advancing in Understanding." , The Walther League of A the Lutheran church ' met • Thursday evening in 'the church parlors with John, Elmer and Kathryn Pergande on the entertainment committee. Reports were given by Norma League convention which they attended at Lake Okoboji. After the business meeting .the evening was speni socially and lunch was served al the close of the evening. A family dinner honoring Sgt. Leslie Kubly, who returned recently to the United States after having spent three years overseas in the southwest Pacific area, was held Sunday in the city hail, over 100 persons in attendance: Relatives came from Eagle Grove, Goldfield, ; Bode, Renwick, Kanawha also from St. James,and Madelia, Minri. After dinner a social afternoon was enjoyed. Sgt. Kubly will return to Jefferson Barracks, Mo., for reassignment upon completion of his furlough. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Jake Kubly of Goldfield. Nadine Wittenburg and Hippen on the ^Walther :»t^l, •iH Mrs. MoMullen and Jimmy were Bancroft (visitors Monday afternoon. Beverly Howie, of Emmetsburg, is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. I. Lichter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sharp, Algona, spent Memorial day with Mrs. Dora Armstrong. -Mrs, James Christensen will entertain the Fortnightly club at her home Friday afternoon. The Legion Auxiliary held their sewing meeting at the home of Mrs. Claude Sigabee, Wednesday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs, F, L. ,Tribon, Algona, were calling on Mrs. Ada Mann and Mr, and Mrs. Albert Staeble, Friday, . : •pjxe Rev, Q. C. Richardson, Al» gpna, will have qharge of services JH the •Presbyterian church each Sunday vmtil further notice,; Churcft at 8;45 a, OT- ,and SuMf* Mr. «}d 'Mrs. Elmer "of Juakota, and i^Daryi Qatherine AUgj pf AJSPna, and ^fr, 91$ Mrs- Ijeaa^; arfl i?sniej§ WTO dinner gufflts Sunday *v fee home of Mr. mi, Christensen in past years. Mrs. Rose Crose, of Minneapolis, spent a few days tot week with friends at Fenton and, with Mrs. Albert Staehle, Mrs. J. H. Graham and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher here. She called on other friends, also Mrs. Dora Armstrong, who Was her teacher when she was Rose Chris. Mrs. William Hamilton, of Wapello visited last week at the home of her Son, Bob Hamilton and with her Sister, Mrs. Chris Bolie. Mr. and 'Mrs. Abe Durette, o£ Burlington, visited at the Chris Bolie home also, These women are sisters of Mrs. Bolie. They all returned home Sunday. Mrs. O. O. White, jr., and her small son, of Nashville, Tenn., are spending the rest of the month of June with Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash. Mrs. White is the former June Rash. Miss Florence Rash, of Muskegon Heights, Mich., will come the last of the week for a visit at the R. W. Rash home also, Presbyterian circles meet Wednesday, June 20, in the afternoon as follows: Circle A, Mrs. H. O. Buell, chairanan, meets with Mrs. Delmar Angus, Mrs. Henry Smith assisting hostess. Circle B, Mrs. Albert Staehle, chairman, meets with Mrs. Mary Rasmussen, Mrs. Will Grover assisting. Circle C, Mrs. Hedwlg Larson, chairman, meets with Mrs. Floyd Duncan,) Mrs. Clara Fairbanks assisting I hostess. Circle D, Miss Marie' Grover, chairman, meets with Mrs, W. W. Boettcher, Mrs. Cora Stow assisting. METHODIST CHURCH NOTES Sunday, June 17, will toe Children's day. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Children's program, 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship, 8 p. m. Choir practice Thursday evening at the church. W.S.C.S. study group" will meet June 20, , with Mrs. Beth Millet, Wednesday, I Two car loads df young people at 'AlgoM : Your line j$ busy That telephone line you waht run in to your place, that telephone instrument you're waiting foe—they're pretty busy elsewhere. la just one landing operation against a Jap-held stronghold, our warships wen) equipped with more than 48,000 telephones, hundreds of switchboards^ and 5 million feet of telephone cable. Even though the war in Europe is ow* our forces in the war with Japan will continue to require vast quantities of, communications equipment. That's why there isn't enough to go around here at home. We feel sure you understand that any V delay in supplying service is unavoidable; If you are waiting for a telephone, thanks for your patience. 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