The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1945 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 28, 1945
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i-larold Banwart Given Humboldt Auxiliary Meet* at Bode breakfast at golf tournarfteftt* 1 "chow." .--; '. ^ •;•;•' there Virill'jbe" tnttHffiMl plcnlfi for all imemberf antf 'thei? faffi illes on the 4th 6f July .with fire "" girl, Donna Mae works for the "kids. Discharge After Month*. In Service Harold Banwart has been honorably discharged from the army With a total of 110 points after being in the service 54 months. During that time he served 34 months with the 34th division. which left Camp Claibourne, La., to go to North Ireland, then England. and later to North Africa. Harold had compaign ribbons for the battle of Tunisia, Naples- Foggia, and Rome-Arno. He was awarded the Legion of Merit medal in October, 1944. His wife the former Lois Colwell, came last week, and are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georgei Banwart, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell. In the fall they plan to return to college and finish their course. Harold has about a half year's study left, and Mrs. Banwart has had two years of college. Since her husband has been in the service she has been with the FBI, Chicago, but has now resigned her position. No Battle Scars But Finger Accident Hospitalizes Shore Pfc, Spencer Shore, son of Mr and Mrs. Glenn Shore, recently got out of a hospital in Austria, where he is serving with the army of occupation. He had gone through about two months of) fighting without a scratch. After V-E day he accidentally cut a finger, and had to have some ligament sewed, and was kept in a hospital for about two weeks He has been overseas since last January. Bode: The county' American Legion Auxiliary June 19 elected officers for the coming year. Mrs. Peter Helbiek, of Humboldt county was chosen president; Mrs. V ' ident, aM rs. CUM Lans 11AC11L, C111U 4*11.3. V^tll.J. . .UH11UC10, Humboldt, secretary and treasurer. The meeting was held in the Bode Lutheran church and 30 members of the auxiliary were present. Mrs, Henry Olson has been president of the country organization the past three years. July 4 Celebration at Whittemore A celebration will be held July 4th at Whittemore on the Academy grounds. There will be a baseball game between Bancroft Legion and Whittmeore. A chicken supper will be served at five o'clock, and a dance will be held at Swanson's hall. Maify Bea Montag Weds-**, A pretty wedding was Sole'rnn- ized Wednesday at the St. Peter and Paul's church in' West Bend when Mary Bea,.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Montag became the bride of Joseph H. Besch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bescli, of Whittemore. The Rev. P. M. Dob- To Locate in Minneapolis Roy Mathison went to Minneapolis Monday to complete arrangements for employment in that city. His wife and their two children, Mark Lee and David Lee, are visiting in Algona at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kuckynka. . The Mathisons have spent the last three years in SanDiego, Calif., where Roy was employed in the Industrial Engineering Department of the Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp. They arrived in Algona about ten days ago, but expect to locate in Mineapolis soon. New program books will be distributed. Mrs. Wm. Trenary is a new member. Edward Wolf's father is here for his annual visit and is enjoying fishing and the company of his greatngranddaughters, Raphael and Mary Lou Bristow. Fifteen women and ten children attended. Lunch was served. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames Ralph Dugan, Wilbur Stewart and Tom Trenary. Mrs. Robert Harvey is returning home from Rochester Friday. She underwent a serious operation there several weeks ago and has been improving splendidly. The Portland Progress Club met June 21 with Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf. An article on child training was read by Mrs. Clifford Young. A group of boys and girls from school No. 5 sang several numbers and Connie Drone sang a solo. A surprise number was [iven by Joan McWhorter. Cadet student nurses, Virginia nnd Mary Janice McWhorter were Sunday guests at home. Virginia returned Monday morning by bus md Mary Janice went by plane. The pilot flew over the Mc- 'orkle and the McWhorter farms ind Mary waved at her parents, vho were picking strawberries, and the plane proceeded on to lochester. berstein officiated. The couple was Lois Jean Montag, cousin of the bride, and Lawrence Besch, brother of the groom. Mary Ellen Fp- garty, cousin of the bride, vfas flower girl and Jackie Ladd, "a nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. The bride wore a satin gown fashioned with a net skirt and train. Her veil was finger-tip length. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift of the groom, and carried a bouquet of white and yellow roses. The bridesmaid's dress was yellow lace with a net skirt. She carried a bouquet of bronze carnations. The flower girl worts a floor-length dress of pale green marquisette and carried a basket of sweet peas and carnations. The bridesmaid and flower girl wore Dutch hats of white lace. The ringbearer wore a white suit and carried the ring on a lace-trimmed satin pillow. The wedding dinner was served at the Franklin hotel in West Bend to 75 friends and relatives. The tables were nicely decorated in green and yellow with bouquets of white and yellow snap dragons. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents in the afternoon. The bride attended the West Bend schools and Emmetsburg Junior college. • She taught rural schools in Kossuth/and Palo Alto counties and at Okoboji the past two years. The groom attended Presentation Academy in Whittemore and has since been farming with his father. After a short honeymoon the happy couple will be at home on the Joe Besch farm near Whittemore. Dinner Party For Harold Fitch— A dinner party was given Sat- FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 39 - 30 CO-HIT Mary BOUND Philip HERIVALE Usury O'NEILl urday at the Arnold Danielson home in honor of Harold H. Fitch, MOMM-3c, who came on an emergency 7-day leave after being notified of the recent death of his the groom, carried ft bouquet 6f pink and white carnations and sweet beas. Richard Schick, brother of the bride, was the ring bearer. The wedding march was played by Josie McEvoy, who also ac_ companied Father R. V. Styeeney as he sang "Upon This Day," attended by« "Ave Maria," and "O, Lord, I am Not Worthy." A wedding dinner was held following the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents with about 50 guests present, \'~ Out-of-town guests were' Bori- nie Begalka, of Elgin, 111., and Loretta Schrader, of Bartlett, 111., a cousin of the bride. ••• • The new 'Mrs. Cink is a 1945 graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy. The couple will be at home on a farm near Wesley. , . Kuecker-McKean Wedding— The Oelwein Daily Register carried the following account of the marriage of Geraldine Kuecker and J. B. McKean, MpMM-lc. (The date of the marriage was not given, but it is presumed here that it was the 10th of June). "At a six o'clock candle light ceremony in the Lloyd B. Walker home in this city June 13th Miss Geraldine Kuecker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kuecker of West Bend, became the bride of J. B. McKean, Mo M. M. 1-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McKean of Clear Lake. Rev. H. C. Schif f- ler, pastor of the Lutheran church, performed the ceremony before the fireplace banked with spring flowers. The bride, who was ' given in marriage by her uncle, Lloyd E. Walker, descended the open stairway in a light blue dress-maker suit with white accessories. She wore a gold necklace set with her birthstones, a gift from the groom., Her flowers were a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Lloyd E. Walker, aunt of the bride, served as bridesmaid in a brown suit with white accessories. Her corsage was of amber colored carnations. James Kuecker, brother of the bride, attended the groom. Immediately following the ceremony the bridal party enjoyed a dinner at the Mealey hotel. Added Fun For the Family Saturday ' MONDAY, JULY 1- 3 r I TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, JULY 3-4-5 Daily Matinee Continuous Show From 10 o'clock July 4th. AfThijTHEATW... SCREEN ENTERTAINMENT COOL Comfort \ 9UY WAR BONDS AT THIS THEATRE DAY OR NIGHT brother, Pfc. Lyle E. Fitch, who was' killed on Luzon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Hix and Downey and Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and daughters Korene and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. John Koestler and daughter Gail, Mrs. Dwight Ruse and son Stanley of Hurt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiland, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman and sons Craig and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hansen and Esther Fitch of Algona, Ed Fitch of Sexton and Chester Fitch of Algona. Mrs. Ezra Blanchard Honoree— Friends and relatives were entertained at the home of Mrs. John Briggs Tuesday afternoon at a post-nuptial shower honoring Mrs. Ezra Blanchard, the former Laura Mae Vande. Thirty-eight guests were present. A short program wah given. Congratulations were given by Mrs. A. M. Anderson in behalf of the ladies' auxiliary of the Townsend Club No. 1 and by Mrs. Lolla Ladendorff who spoke for all present, A short scripture lesson was read. A patriotic selection, "Our Flag,',' was also read. Many lovely and serviceable gifts were received by Mrs. Blanchard. A ladies' club, of which she is a member, presented her with a lovely 32-piece set of China dishes with an oriental pattern. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Nellie Lupin and Mrs. Laura Cutler, of Bancroft; Mrs. LaVina Mittlieder and Mrs. Marilyn Blanchard, of south of town. The serving committee consisted-of Mrs. Ella Brigs, Mrs. Ted Johnson, Mrs. Hilda Gronwall and Mrs. Mabel Wesley. Mary Schick Weds Louis Cink— Mary Elizabeth Schick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Schick of Algona, was united in marriage Wednesday, June 20, 1945, at 9:00 a. m. at St. Cecelia's church to Louis George Cink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Georfge Cink, of Wesley. The Rev. Father J. M. Mallinger officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a floor- length gown with a white, sheer, satin waist and net skirt over tat- feta, and carried a bouquet of red roses. She also wore a pearl necklace, a gift of the groom. The bride's attendant, Mrs. Henry Eisenbarth, wore a pink, floor-length gown with a lace, bouquet of pink and white carnations and sweet peas. The best man was Henry Eisenbarth of St. Benedict. Mrs. Eisenbarth is a sister of the bride. The flower Bode Sergeant Ends Furlough Bode: S-Sgt. Everett Ferguson, after a 17-day furlough with Bode relatives, left Sunday for Pen-in Field, Sherman, Texas, where he will be an airplane mechanic. Thursday night Everett and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Ferguson, drove to Clarion for a picnic supper in his honor. The picnic was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olson. He recently returned from overseas service. Under the point system he had more than the necessary number for retirement. Before entering army service Everett was a sophomore student at Luther College, Decorah. When he receives his discharge he will complete his college course. He served 12 months with the Seventh Air Force overseas. He, has received the Distinguished Flying Cross, the air medal , and two battle stars on his campaign ribbon. Upon his arrival at Perrin Field he will 'be presented with six oak leaf clusters to be placed on his air medal. His brother, Holland, who is in Shellsburg, Austria, with an engineering outfit, has been promoted to the rank of sergeant. June Stockwell Weds— Miss June Stockwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell of Algona, became the bride of Fred W. Lassahn, of Algona, in' a single ring ceremony June 24. Rev. Luther Loesch performed the ceremony at 9:00 o'c!6ck. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. De Kruif, of Mason City, sister of the bride. iTrte., ibride was attired in a white street dress with white accessories and wore a corsage of red roses. The bridesmaid wore a blue street dress with black accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. The bride attended the Algona high school. She has been employed by Swift & Co. the 'past year and a half. The groom, attended the Britt school and is now employed in Algona by the C. M & St. P. railroad. A dinner was served at the Algona hotel by the bride's parents for the family. The couple left Sunday night for a week's honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lassahn will make their home in Algona at the Vera apartments aftei July 1st. Two-Ball Mixed Foursom?— Over 100 persons attended the two-ball mixed foursome and dinner at the Country Club Sunday Golfing started early in the afternoon and the first players escaped the showers which later in the afternoon drenched several participants who were too far away from the club house to make a run for it. Mrs. Morton served one of her good chicken dinners following which prizes were awarded for various accomplishments, with Chet Kurtz and Ray Beamish making the presentations. There were a few musical numbers followed by dancing. The committee for the party included Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kurtz, chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beamish, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Barry, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Giossi, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hott, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sounders; Norma Reynolds and Frances Parrish. Algona Townsend Club— The regular business meeting of the Algona Townsend Club No. 1 was held at Townsend hall, 108 S. Hall street, Tuesday evening, June 26. The auxiliary chairman reported a very successful sale in June of their rummage material. Formal announcement of the membership contest winners will be made at the next club meeting on Tuesday evening, July 10. It was also announced that another 500 party would be held at the hall on Friday evening, July 6 with Mrs. Lottie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer and Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Swedin hosts. Shower For Mrs. Hansen—. Mrs. R. B. Waller and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbge entertained at a post-r nuptial shower Saturday evening at the home of their mother, Mrs. Dennis Pratt, honoring their sister, Mrs. Louis Hansen, the former Betty Pratt. Twenty guests were present and Mrs. C. U. Pollard received chair prize, Mrs. Ted Vaughn, high prize, Mrs. P. C. Hansen, low prize and Mrs. W. J, Sigsbee travel prize. Engagement Announced— Lt. Mildred K. Faber, A. N. C., daughter of the late Mr- and Mrs. Theo., Faber of West Bend,^ announces her engagement to Lt. Lee Haduck of New Jersey. Lt. Haduck has been awarded the silver star and bronze, star and also has a purple heart. In civilian life he was on the New Jersey state police force* Both young people are stationed in England at the present time. »«» • • • ,• • Surprised on Birthday-^ A group of friends greatly; surprised Mrs. Ernest Ariliker oh her birthday last' Thursday Wheiti 20 of htem went to her home to help her celebrate. A wiener rdatit was held in the Anliker back yafd where they have a fire place and picnic table. , Henry Phllltoses'jsntertelti— , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips -'entertained Friday evening Mr. and -Mrs. D. H, Norton and family who left Monday for Atlantic where they will live. Mr, .Norton has •been the Aetna Insurance . Co. farm manager here the past few years. Post Matrons Have Picnic-— The Past Matrons of the O. E. S. had a picnic, Tuesday evening at the Ambrose A; Call state park With 19 members attending. The committee in charge Was Mrs. C, T. Chubb, Mrs. W. G. McCullough and Mrs. E. W. Lusby. Raney Family Reunion— The Raney family reunion was - ... . . . . , , „ , , , - 'tejtuiq^. Ji^j^j^',.-. ''•'• -^J^IUL;^' i'-^f^'^Ji ' -^^j^^Jlj , -. MgtjttlUhJi^;-; July 4 16 14 Inclusive , Open Agitlii «frily 10 E It CLEANERS FURRIERS _ . „ Ili^AA" 213*14 flfit- Vifff- fife ;' : ,ALOd^A,;KWA,?, : ' ft B, QUARTON tt. W> MSLLKM f .•7«4^~»-«««--,,£(£ ; .j^j^,. , . m LAW ;,A, Mtttchisoft <18eM6S8) ' Donald 0. Hutchison ' , ,Ttje6dor& G. Hutehlsdft Security State Batik Building Phone 281 . Algfojiij tow* B/J. van'Near Alien A, VAN, NfiSS & BttUNSON ,' ATTbRNBTS'S AT LAW" Offices in hew Hette Building t»hone 213 Al£ona, low* SWERL, large pkg. 22c Pure Granulated SUGAR, 10 Ibs. . 65c Dairyland MILK, 3 tall cans 26c Oaylotd D. Shuihway ffidw. £). 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