The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 5, 1945
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steel* Alfttui, Iowa, July 5, her* teeMvci Wof A last M ithe suddeft % death of Bert Cddat atJiiS home at Letts. B6rt Aftd-hw bMHer%o^nea a farm east 6t tSW7SM IlVid .there'many years, tot they ttttiydd'to Letts sev-i eMl years ago. TnVdther>bK>th> no has passed away' sinee they Jnfved.V •'•; ' . , .-. : :rs. J. E. Smith accompanied niece Vivian Pink of ^Buffalo ter, to MimieapdliS to Visit her ' whe is tsrtaln .__. andiMfs. JV.G. Twitte were its <te Several fo'rmer neighbors __ _ni Plum Creek tbwnship. A pic* lite, dinflef was brought fay the Jifiests.' Following ate the names of'the visitors! Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Priebe, (Mr* and Mrs. George Johnson, 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adam's and.Mr. and Mrs; Jule Larson and Mfs. Larson's father, George'Mill- er, LakOta guests Were-Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Watlburton and Mrs. Emiwa Smith. ; \< • ; Relatives Visit Mii. Frye.' ." ''"Relatives'' '.visited'' Mrs. C. G, iFrye Sunday at the Lutheran hos- ^ital in prti Dodge. Mrs. Fjrye '&iUnder.wehl a gall bladder operation ** " '' ' • ' ins Born. ' -.-. -.• >; •'• ' • fralfcies a boy arid girl, were .tb'MK-and' Mrs. Robert K61- fsch, at the 'Blue' Earth hospital It 'week. The twin daughter died, he little toby is in an incubator in :he hospital.. 'Mrs. Kollasch was ipjfrtlerly Viola Rolfsema. .warded Citation, , .'..,'' •Mrs.' I.. E. "•' Wortman received iword last week that'Marine Cpl; Walter- Ewing, Son of her sister, w^sSwiSs^^^BviS^ieMMsi^ft ftjr -m teffi MaM* a«d ardft^' staf leadef 6i a aetJldHtiefi Sltiad fitid flame ttifflW* er ;6fl T aJ«w8»< Salpan and • ;th« Islands. '<•-:• . ' Visit In Eagle Grove. ,Mrs< : Bertus iJaftsfeti and sdn Heflman JanAenNand family were .visitors with Herman's sister anil family at Eagle Grove June 24. fall* ffoltt ttay MowY " Jahic§, Stysar-bid daughter of Mh arid Mrs. ^Ottb Hertzke, fell (from the hay mow 1 while visiting Her grandparents Mfi and Mrs. Everett Sleper and suffered a brain concussion last .week Friday. Minister In Guest, Rev. F. F\ Darrtauer and family spent Sunday at St. John's Lutheran .chUrch at Woden where the pastor, Rev* H. Knoploh, conduct* ed the annual Mission Festival. Rev, Darnauer was guest speaker Sunday afternoon. family Visits" Mr.' and 'Mrs. Ole Revn and daughter and her husband Mr. and •Mrs. Allen Strong and baby of Swea City, ivere Sunday afternoon visitors at the F..G. Torines, The families were neighbors when they lived near Armstrong. The August '- Juttings, Bulfalo Center, were' Sunday visitors at the Wilbur Wirtjes. ,. / Mrs. '.R. E. Johnson has been taking treatments in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. ••Herman Dreesman, daughter Lydla aftd son David, Titonka, .Were" Sunday; visitors of the Ge'drge Heetlands. Mrs. Heel- land and daughter Arils accompanied the Dreesmans to Minneapolis Monday, where they took their daughter Lydla. She will bo employed in Minneapolis this sum- men Mrs.-Heetland and Arils visited Mrs. : Deetland's niece, Mrs. Otho Krause.'They returned home Monday night. Sun., July 8th - 2:00 P. M. Palo Alto-Kossuth All League Qame WHITf EMORE, IOWA •'" Each Teani'Plays ,3 Innings. American vs.:........... .„ National Ruthven •'.'.... .vs.........:............. Algona Whittemore ......ys....^....... Mallard ; Graettinger vs............. Lotts Creek '/Lone Itock .....;..vs..-..:.. : -... Eirtmetsburg vAI^SSION ^M^ IK CASE OF RAIN, GAME TO BE PLAYED SEPT. 9TH Mr, and Mrs. Gfebrge Miller and fttily, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and family, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Miller and lamily, Mr, and Mrs. George Johnson and family, Robert and June Miller, Mr. and Mr's. Richard Wer- mreson arid family, of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Darrell'Burtis and son, oi Port Dodge, and Mr, and Mrs James Johnson, of Humboldt, attended memorial services for Pfc Elmer Strieker in Mason City Sunday afternoon. Weekend Guests. / Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Jones, ol Sheldon, were weekend giiests al the home of his mother, Mrs. An Jones. Loren Jones, of Sioux City, was also a guest at the home of his mother over the weekend. Miss Jean OPultzstuck of Algoria. spent the weekend at th'e home ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Putzstuck. Miss Lucille Behnkendorf, oi Davenport, and Miss Irene Behnkendorf, of Humboldt, were weekend guests at the home of their .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behnkendorf. Miss Phyllis Liohty, of Mason City, spent the weekend at the home of'tier parents Mr. and Mrs Phil C, Lichty., ,MiSs Ellen Meyer, 'of Algona was a weekend guest at the home of her parents, Mr. a/id'Mrs. Ernes! Meyer. . ~ Former Residents Visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Surby, of Sumners, spent • a few days here visiting friends. The Surbys are former LuVerne residents. Other Visitors. Mrs. Arnold Ristau, of Sioux City, spent several days visiting at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Alex Miller. George Smith, of Humboldt spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ellis. Mrs. Emma Lehman, of Boxholm, spent the week visiting a' the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle Mrs. Walter Merkle and her 1 mother, Mrs. H..J. Giese, both o St. Paul, Minn., visited a few day. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lev/I* Merkle, They ' also attended th< memorial services for Pfc. Elme Strieker in Mason City Sunday afternoon. ' , Missionary Society Meets. The Evangelical Missionary Society met Thursday afternoon a the country home-of Mrs. William Marty with Miss Anna Woito as assistant hostess. Mrs. E. C. Marty led the devotions 'and the lessor was in charge of Mrs. Lewis Merkle. The topic for the afternoon was "Educational and Development Trends"; Sunday Guests. . "Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf were guests Sunday, at the home of Mr and Mrs; BU4 Livingston in Cor- i Joyce Diane Pester, daughter o: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peter, 1 was baptized in the Lutheran' church Sunday morning. - •; . ..' • Visits SlstersT"" " Merle .Thompson spent severa days in 'Madison, Wis;, visiting a' 1 the homes of his sisters, Mrs. Doris Erickson and Mrs. Merrell Parsons.' Farnily Reunion at Boone. i 'Mr. arid' Mrs. 'Em'il Anderson went to Boone Sunday to attend a family reunion at the home of'Mr and Mrs; Eric• Peterson.. Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson and sons Mervin and Roger, pi Humboldt, were guests Sund^x ?t the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Alex Miller. - - " '.Rev. and Mrs. Paul Beckman accbrhpahied by 20 young people of the. Evangelical churchy attend; ed a youth rally in (Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon and evening Rev, Beckman and Esther Merkle took part in the program. New Baby Boy. ' Mr, ano^ Mrs. Emil Heine are the parents of a baby boy borr July 2 at their home. There are three other children in the family Methodist Circles Will Meet. The W. S. C..S. of the Methodist church'will meet Wednesday afternoon. Circle 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson with Mrs. U. S. Grant and Mrs Allen Thompson as assistant hostesses, Roll call will be "A Givls School in the United States", The lesson will be on tlje seventh chapter in the book, "C«i the Indian ii the United States". Mrs. Warren Hunt will lead the devotions. Circle 2 will have a picnic ir the local -park, The lesson and devotions will be in charge of Mrs Jt Vrljyans. Circle 3 will meel at 1 the hpme of 'Mrs. Jess Lindebak with Cecil Baker "as asslstan hpftess. Devotions will be* 'in charge -pi-Mrs; Puane Nealand the jpfspn-'i-wjli be given by Mrs.,/' bjrt Genrieh, . ', LuVerne Uye^ Wires. p^et 8t the ftpme pf Gladys i ••Sgyen,'n»B*er*- apj ^ft »n§Wer§(i ?»U call, which fpj? fceh|[theBing the At for the mrs. Inez wilcox oi R«6», visited friends here several days last week; , . , .;•'.' v'x'vr"-'. •Miss Alice Newland, of £>es Mdlnes, spent a few days visiting at the home of Mrs. Edna Larmier. John Wiener, of Lincoln, Nebr., visited recently at the home- Of Al Miller and with othet relatives and friends. Miss Florence Godfrey, 6f Humboldt, spent- the weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs. Olla Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Palmer and son, oi Renwick, were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund. Cpl. and Mrs. Lyle Pechumer are visiting at the home of Mrs. Pechumer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf. Mrs. Darrell Burtis and son, of Port Dodge, were Sunday guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Kubly and sons Keith and Dale, accompanied by. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, wer"e Fort Dodge visitors Tuesday« Mrs. Irvin McGowen and son Stanley left recently for Washington, D. C., to visit Mr. McGowen, who is stationed there .with the navy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hint? and son Gary, of Livermore, were Sunday guests at the home' of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus. Mrs. James ..Neville left recency for Montgomery, Ala., to visit her husband, Lt. James Neville who is stationed there With the air corps. Mr. and Mrs. Chester StOddard attended funeral services for A; f. Walkner in Hardy Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Stoddard was a cousin of Mr. Walkner. Marie and Maxine Patterson, of Chicago, are visiting at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patterson. The girls both are employed in Chicago. The Cemetery Association will meet Thursday 'afternoon, July 12. with Mrs. Phil Henderson ' and Mrs. Helena Stripling as hostesses. The meeting will be in the city hall. Werner Horn, accompanied by Sally Shirk, Lorraine Eustace, Norman ' Larmier and Harlan Schneider, spent the week at the Walter League camp at Okoboji. They returned home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Jeffries and their son George, Miss Elinor Barton and Howard Thompson went to Carroll Sunday where they met Mrs. Jeffries' sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olsen, of Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetsch, Mrs. William Goetsch and daughter Sonja Rae visited from Sunday until Tuesday in Waterloo at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jones and Mrs. Henry Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gugger and children Demerith and Jimmy arid Mrs. Elby Brown and daughter Shirley leftSunday for their home in Los Angeles', Calif., after spending 10 days here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant and with other relatives and •friends. ' :. Mr. andjiMrS, Qrville, Anderso: and sori'sri attended : memorial "s'Cr, vices for Pfc. Elmer Strieker, son of-Mr. 'and Mrs.' Godfrey Strieker, in Mason City Sunday afternoon. The services were held in the Bethlehem Lutheran church. Pfc. Strieker was killed in action on Luzon May 7. He is a cousin of Mrs. Anderson. Completes Junior feat. Phyllis Anderson has completed her junior year at Gustavus Adolphus college St. Peter, Minn., and will spend her slimmer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andersofi. The Anderson's and sons Dale and Maurice drove to St. Peter two weeks ago to at* tend a concert of the college Schuman chorus in which Phyllis sang. Stationed at Great Lakes. Walter C. Peterson, Jr., who left Fort Snelllng for navy Induction June 25 Is stationed at Great Lakes, 111. Dinner Guests. Lt. and Mrs. Franklin Koons were Sunday dinner guests at the Sam Link home.. SEXTON NEWS Learns of Brother's Death. •Mrs. Pearl Beukema received news Monday morning of the death of her brother, John Eckhoff, of Minnesota. Burlington Visitor. 'Mrs. Charles Stratton, Burlington, 'visited over the Weekend with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, Sunday evening they were .tooth visitors at the home of her sister, Mrs. Alfred Qpheim and family. Spends Weekend With Grandparents ' ( Richard Cink, son of Mr, v and Mrs. Arthur Cink,'spent the weekend with his grandmother, Mrs. Joe Cink. Visits Aunt. Doloris Mabbe, Mason City, returned to her home Monday after a visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. John V. Huff and family. Visit Here Sautrday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stevens and family, Emmetsburg, were Saturday, visitors at the home of his 'Hrother, (Mr. and -Mrs, Parvey Stevens. \ " Mrs. Ella Hartley, who has been making her home in Britt visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.- 1,. 'P, Brethorst northeast of Sexton. •." . J : ' , M.F. imp: Mrs, Herman Wise and daughters Charlotte, Gloria and Ruth; of R,epwick,' were Sunday dinner guests ^t the home of his ., Sa^b, wise, Mrs, -Jo? f&ieps and ehiWreh, J.pan w& Jerry were Sunday visitors Vflt the home of Mrs, ! : fiwests, MF, and Mrs. s f ojrbJH'gef and family, Wesley stsytag <at the home ,' Essie McMahon, SWEAdlffNWd Visit Parents. Lt. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson visited last week at the home of Mrs. Nelson's parents, the Joe Prestons. They returned to Miami, Fla., where 'he is stationed. Mrs. Francis Sevold's sister Edna who makes her home with an uncle at Fairmont, Minn., is visiting here. Evame Eggerth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eggerth, recently graduated from the University of Dubuque, having completed a two-year elementary course. Miss Eggerth will teach in the Grant Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson In a recent news flash through the Townsend National Weekly, Dr. Francis E. Townsend, president and founder of the Townsend Plan, is scheduled for an interview with President Truman who is anxious to know more about the Townsend bill as presented to congress this spring. With this news comes the notice from the National office that Townsend clubs all over the nation are increasing in membership by leaps and bounds.—Adv. consolidated school this ialt. Earl Kvahwdale and Mafcus Langefman have completed boot training <at Great Lakes, 111., and are spending their leaves here with their parents. ., Seaman Russell Erickson, of Virginia, and his wife MtS. Erickson, Ounnell, Minn., were weekend visitors at the home of the Erlck- son's sister, Florence Erickson. Mr. and tos. Emil Larson, Mr. and Mrs. ffaheerfrelt isM (hi Selmef Uhr family were Tuesday supper guests aB the Fldyd Tieat home. / Janet Thackery,'0, and Cheryie Torine, 8, had a birthday' party June 27, at the JbHrt^Jongtefg home. : Mrs. Marie' Peterson who has been at Holy Family hospital Es- terville, has returned to the home of her daughter Mrs. David AH- home. . at the Kbsluth d«mty ; She was attending au ftt'Algbnia artd iplafti '&'leltOSEJifJ ari early date.' •' ; ^vfev«oS Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tbrlfii SHdl; children were Sunday guests it's the Howard Nagle home across the Minnesota line. -o Beautiful- Durable --Practical Advance Fall Fashions From $98 to $325 ADD FEDERAL, TAX Buy on easy lay-away plan. The pick of next season's crop is here! Rich pelts, wonderful Styles, amazing values. You'll like especially.the new saddle shoulder and balloon sleeves, the deep luxurious cuffs, the casual tuxedo fronts. Fall furs are ready for you now. 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