The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1945 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 14, 1945
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IRED HANSELMAN, BEND, DIES Bend: Fred Hanselman, at the age of 73 years, passed away at his home at West Bend, Wednesday evening, June 6. He was one of West Bend's oldest and most respected citizens. He had been failing in health for some time and died of a heart attack. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. A. E. Krause, Saturday, at his home and at the Peace Lutheran church of West Bend. Interment was in the West Bend cemetery. Pallbearers were F. 3. Balgeman, George Helmke, H, Kroeger, Gus Berminghaus, AH Zinnel and Ed Wickendahl. He was born April 18, 1872 at Witenburg, Germany, and came to this country at an early, age with his parents, and spent all of the rest of his life around Livermore and West Bend. He leaves his wife, the former Minna Rabe, four sons and a daughter, John of Algona, George, William, Leo, Elvin and Laura, all of West Bend. Three brothers and two sisters, all of Luverne also survive. There are also 10 grandchildren. Mf. and Mrs. George Buettner spent several days recently at her parental John Lickteig home. She is employed in Des Moines and he is on furlough from a camp In Virginia. The Lickteig family and their guests were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter and family, the Elliot Waldschmidts at Ft. Dodge. IETY ;efcwi;«w»s:J?"°c;'A»2*"«s>-XTr*,","' i BtoffWfllIllfflfe:fief6rMtJ6fti for , Foitowteg .IhgjpgtflS jpartieipated in :,«utdbo| aiftef wWch a deitetptMlunch was served by the htiat&iir aftd net mother, Mrs. J. The ne*t meeting will be field carried a bouquet of pink ifoses and white sWeet peas and a white at Ruth Fuerslenau's prayer book* She wore a locket, a gift of the groom, About 100 .persons attended the ^ dinner at the Country club; Sunday^ THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY — JUNE U - 15 -16 BLISTERING ACTION! BLOOD AND GUTS! — Added — "GI JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME" Fun for the Family Saturday Night SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY — JUNE 17 - 18 - 19 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 7th War Bond Premier Sfoeai....Seutty —— IT'S A SOUTH AMERICAN BEAUTY Sponsored by Kossuth County AAA . Courtesy of Every Bond Issuing Agency In Kossuth County A Free Ticket with Every Bond You Buy Plan to Attend Matinee or Night AAA Officials in Charge of Program THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY — JUNE 21 - 82 - 23 ALAN LAPP RUSSELL Putzstiick-HaniHton Weddtn*— '(place-.withgrange At 9:30 a. m. Tuesday morning, June 12, at a ceremony in the Sacred Heart church of Livermore, Mary Catherine Putzstuck, daugh- te of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Putz- stuck of Luverne, became the bride of Pfc. John M. Hamilton of the U. S. army air corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hamilton of Bancroft, the Rev. James Duhigg officiating. Mary Ann Hamilton, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. She wore a pink net formal and pink headdress and carried a bouquet of pink and yellow carnations. Donald Hoff, GiM. 3-c, of the U. S. navy, cousin of the bride, was best man. The bride wore a ninon chiffon gown with lace insertions on train and a finger-tip veil held in Three Burt Soldiers Home On Furlough Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz received a telegram Tuesday from their son, Pyt. Richard Laurenz, stating he is in the states and would be home in a few days. He 'was recently released from a German prison camp. Cpl. Roland Lavrenz telephoned his wife, Monday, that he will be home from a Utah hospital Monday of next week. Sgt. Ernest Lavrenz, who has been stationed in Texas, has 'been home on furlough and will get 15 more days extention so he wil be home when his brothers arrive here. Whittemore News Miss Ursula Ryan of Ft. Dodge furnished organ music and £aag four selections during the nubtial mass, "Happy We, Thus United," "Ave Maria," "Adorate Devote," and "Laudate .Dominum." , A three-course wedding dinner was served to over pO relatives. and friends of the bride and groom at the home of the bride's parents. A thre^-tier wedding cake served ar centerpiece: t . The newlyweds left shortly afterwards for Santa Monica. Cal., where Mr. Hamilton is stationed. The new Mrs. Hamilton IS a graduate of the LuVerne high school, class of 1940, Prior to her marriage she had taught two years in a rural school near LuVerne. Pfc. Hamilton is a graduate of the St. John's academy at Bancroft. He returned to the states in after serving overseas for 26 months, mostly in England. Edwin GUmore Weds — The wedding ceremony of Beatrice Dorotny Cunningham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney J. Cunnigham of Mountain Lakes, N, J., and Edwin J. Gilmore, Lt., U. S. army, son of Mr. and Mrs. 7TH WAR LOAN DRIVE IS ON Whittemore Beats Bancroft The Whittemore baseball team defeated the Bancroft Legion team in a twilight game here Wednesday evening by a score of 3 to 2. In the seventh inning the score was 1 to 0 in Bancroft's favor when the boys started their rally, running in three scores and holding their opponent for another single run. Ethel Kollasch Joins Sisters of Benedictine On Friday morning, June 8, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Kollasch ,and son, Eugene, and daughter, Caroline, and Sister Anna Marie and Sister Mary Matilda, of Mason City, attended a ceremony of religious reception at St. Benedict convent at Sioux City in which Ethel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kollasch, was received as a novice in the Benedictine order. Her name in religion is Sister Mary Delores. The Rev. Victor Kollasch, newly ordained priest and cousin of Sister Mary Delores, was celebrant of the mass. The Rev. Dominic Lovan, O. S. B., performed the ceremony, and .gave an inspiring sermon portraying the beauty of religious life. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Baas attended the funeral of Fred Hanselman held at the Lutheran church in West Bend, Saturday Mrs. Wilbert Haberkamp and ch !1 dren, Roselle, 111., are spending several weeks here visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke. Mrs. Nona Butler left last Tucday for Portland, Ore., whare she will visit for several weeks with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Butler. Bob Gengler called home to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Gengler, from Philadelphia, that he had landed in port, and that he has been lilted to GM. Pvt. Wendell Rusch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch, who entered the armed forces recently was assigned to Fort Sill, Okla., for field artillery training. Evelyn Voigt spent from Thurs- 32. day until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson, Rolfe. She was accompanied home by little Billy Johnson who will visit with the Voigts a week. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Erase and their two daughters, left Tuesday morning for points in Nebraska where they will visit with their relatives for two months during school vacation. Pvt. Calvin Vaudt, who was inducted into the army and stationed at Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Ark., is home on a short furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt. Mrs. John Sebers, Aurora, 111 , visited at the Arthur Heidenwith and the J. J. Rosendahl homes Sunday afternon. They formerly lived at Garner. She came to see her grandson, 'Ralph Sebers. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Gutz, Storm Lake, Visited with Prof. and .Mrs. H. W. Behnke the fore part of the week. They also attended the 4Qth anniversary of Teacher Behnke, Sunday evening, at the Lutheran school. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kuecker and family, Ames, are visiting with relatives here this week. Mr. Kuecker has just recently arrived from overseas being released from a prison camp in Germany. He was in the 102nd division when taken prisoner. Mrs. Martin Meyer and children came Saturday morning to spend the week end with Mrs. Meyer's parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker. She accompanied her husband home Sunday evening, who came over to spend the day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Putman and their three children are visiting with Mrs. Putman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Naas, for several weeks. 'Mr. Putman went to Rochester, Minn., for consultation and possible treatments. Mrs. Putman was formerly Leona Naas. Mrs. Edwin 3. Gilmore H. L. Gilmore, Algona, took place on Tuesday, June 5, at 7:00 o'clock in the Old Cadet Chapel, West Point, New York. : Fallowing the ceremony a buffet supper was-given, by the Cunninghams at Rivercrest Inn to about 40 guests. Besides the Cunninghams and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore and daughter, Mrs. S. G. Klebanoff, atended. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Edwin Gilmore was employed in dental offices in New York City.' Lt. Gilmore just received; -his commission from West Point.this month. He is a 1940 graduate of the Algona high school. The young couple returned to Algona with the Gilmores and are at present spending their honeymoon at Lake Okoboji. Algona Townsend Club— The regular meeting of Algona Townsend club No. 1 was held at their club room, 108 S. Hall street, Tuesday evening, June 12. After a short scriptural reading all bulletins and communications were read. According to the Washington Flash, President Harry S. Truman, has been informed of the big Townsend plan drive for victory in 1945. He has promised that he will give "every possible consideration" to the Townsend plan. A. M. Anderson was given a beautiful white silk tie for his success in distributing the special social security edition of the Townsend National Weekly. A benefit card party was announced for Friday evening, June The next regular club meeting will be Tuesday evening, June 26, with Mrs. Catharyn Holdren In charge of the lunch. A pie social is planned. ' Peter Nelson, Los Angeles, Married 60 Years— The 60th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Nelson of 340 W. 113th St., Los Angeles, was celebrated recently at an open house at the Los Angeles home of their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Wil- li^mson assisted by Mr. and Mrs. William Blandford, daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nelson, daughter-in-law and son, and Martin Sandahl, a son-in-law. More than 100 relatives and friends honored the couple. The Nelsons lived near Algona during their first years of marriage and also made many friends while living in Swea City before moving to California in 1923. Mr. Williamson was also formerly of Algona, and his wife, before her marriage, Anna Nelson, was employed at the county auditor's office. Riverdale Friendly Club— The Riverdale Ladies Friendly club met at the home of Agatha and Rosina Thilges, June 6. Mrs. Julius Capesius was assisting hostess. Fifteen members were present. Mrs. John Altman, Mrs. Faulstick, Mrs. Howard Schoby, Kathryn Schoby, Susie Naber, Mrs. Chris Gales, Joyce Capesius find Gloria Steele were guests of the dub. , , Roll call was answered by shower and wedding gift sug- evening. foursome which had been scheduled for the afternoon was rained out. Following dinner f o u r 'special prizes were,, awarded to D. C. Hutchison, Craig Smith, W. P. French and Howard French. Door prizes went ,to Orville Wicks, Mrs. Ralph Miedke, Mrs. Joe Greenberg, John Kirk,- Mrs. E. A. Genrich, Mrs. Craig Smith, Mrs. W. P. French and Albert Granzow. Some musical numbers and an impromtu floor show added to the evening's entertainment. County Meeting' of American Legion Auxiliary Tuesda'y— The annual county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held Tuesday at ( Burt with election of officers. Approximately 60 members attended. The state president, Mrs. Laird, Rockwell City, addressed the group,, and Mrs. Ellsworth of Emmetsburg, 8th district president, Installed the officers. All old officers were reelected. They are: Mrs. Fred Peterson, Swea City, president; Miss Cpllette Kockler, Bancroft, vice president; Mrs. Martin Dahl, Swea City, secretary, and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Fenton, treasurer. County 4-H Clubs Elect Officers — The annual meeting of the Kossuth county 4-H clubs was held Tueday at the Burt high school with 15 of the 16 clubs represent,ed. Approximately 200 membei's attended. , Election of officers was held, and Beverly Ditsworth of the Greenwod girls was chosen president; Helen Becker of the Riverdale Rustlers vice president; Eleanor, Heidenwith of the Swea Sunny Side club, secretary, and Delores Mueller of the Fenton Forwards, historian. Election of Officers For American Legion Auxiliary — . . The American Legion Auxiliary h'eld its regular meeting Monday evening and elected new officers who will be installed in July. The new officers are: Mrs. Harold Lampright, president; Mrs. T. J. Halpin, first vice president; Mrs. William Dau, second vice pres- Iden; Mrs. Kay Setchell, secretary; Mrs. Marc Moore, treasurer; Mrs. Chan Dailey, chaplain, and Mrs. Frank Sterling, historian. Board members are "Mrs. Ernst Thiel, Mrs. Jesse Been and Mrs. William Clawson. Kossuth Rural Youth Group— -'•The June meeting of the ; Kos- -suth County Rural Youth club 'was held Wednesday evening at the Doan school, Wesley township, .with 23 members and five guests present. The committee in charge was Aline Martinek, Glenn Carlson, Harold Carlson, and Irwin Beenken. The topic discussed was the responsibilities of a good citizen in a democracy. „ The entertainment consisted 01 outdoor games. Later in the evening a picnic supper was enjoyed by. all. Townsend Sewing Club — 'Townsend' Sewing club met at the Townsend club room Monday afternoon, June 11. Those in attendance arranged cupboards to be used for sewed garments and The Quaker Oats Compaq ^ CEDAR RAPIDS, K5VT4 the men who fight for us. WAGES EXCELLENT WORKING CC NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Apply at the Nearest U S. E. FANCY RIPE TOMATOES SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES LARGE TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT FRESH ASPARAGUS 17.6, size ..... doz. 15c 59c :|jlib|8& 25c u>. Bunch SWEETPOTATOES Nancy gw^o. The group joined in singing the club song. Mrs. Nicholas Weydert read the motto of the club, Mrs. Jewell Patterson read a paper, "Advice to the New gride " The annual family picnic will be ' gifts. Arrangements were made for a sale of their rummage goods at the Allen Motor Co. show rooms on Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16. At the close of the session a light lunch was served. The next regular sewing club meeting will be on Monday afternoon, June 25, at the home of Mrs. W. S. Pitcher, E. Call street. Leo Kollaschs Surprised— Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch of Lotts Creek were pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when relatives came to their home for a picnic supper. The occasion was in honor of the Kollaschs' 16th wedding anniversary. Those attending were: Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien and daughter of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien and daughters of Algona. Mrs. Kollasch is a daughter of Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, Wa-tan-ye Party Tuesday— The Wa-tan-ye girls had a party Tuesday evening at the Call state park shelterhouse with 22 members attending. Cootie was played with the prize going to Mrs. Dai- las Klein. Skits of radio programs were also acted out. Lucky chair prize went to Clarice Amesbury, Hostesses were Katherine VanNess Elva Ewoldt, Adah Carlson, Leona Seimer, Amy Johnson, and Anna Buss. Women's Buffet Pinner— There will be a buffet dinner for the women of the Country club at the cluib house Tuesday evening ^•^^^^••KMMMi ^jgjlj^f^j^j^f^^^^^^^mmfl!l*l*mil^mf'lt II nijll, Insulate Now! For A JohnrManville Blown Home !mi*latt<m Mason Jars Pints ..... '.......'.... doz. Quarts ... .......... doz. 69e Zinc Mason Caps ...... doz. 27c Red Jar Rubbers ——2 doz. Sure Jell - 2 for 2lfi Gold Medal Flour 50 Ib. sack Box Book patches 2 for 29c held Jul They live at Ratlins, Wyo.' I picnic Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel, I t we e» « Humboldt, were Whiitemore visitors with relatives Tuesday eve 1, at Bob Casey's. The •" '•*-- served be- m m. ning. They stated that their son. Bob, has toeen advanced to seaman first class. He was on the Zellars which was recently bombed by a dive bomber and 40 men injured, but Bob escaped uninjured and is ia Saa Pedro, Gal.' The Lotts Creefc Lassies met June 8 at the home of Ruth Ann Ehnore. 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