The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1945 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 12, 1945
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: f' : S^§I^^^S SOWOLTEACHER, SWEA GUNNER WED SUNDAY Swea City: Helen ^jMoklestad, former Swea City teacher, and Sgt, ILeohard Appelquistt, oldest son of Mr.- and Mrs. C. J. Appelquist, of Ewea City, were married Sunday at the Lutheran church in Estherville. The pastor of the Estherville Churdi performed the ceremony, and the' attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moklestad, of Estherville, brother and sister-in-law of the bride. The bride wore a white street dress with black accessories. Following the 1:30 p. m. wedding cere' tnony, the couple left on a short trip, after which thy will return to Swea City for a visit with relatives before Sergeant Appelquist is called to report for further army assignment. Mrs. Appelquist taught fourth grade in the Swea City schools for several years. Previously she taught fourth grade at Oelwein. She attended Ellsworth junior college at Iowa Falls and Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. Sergeant Appelquist worked in Iris father's grocery store and in She Bravender clothing store be- his Iridu6tien infertile M gunner oh a tenbif* dfj from an English base, M wM 8WI 6f a Crew forced to bp oultoy enemy-decupled Holland In JuftS 1943. He spent 22 mohths in a Nail prison and was liberated In April When three GIs, armed with machine .guns, captured the camp, and freed several thousand prisoners. Sergeant Appelquist arrived home on furlough June 17, just a few days short of the second anniversary of his capture. MISSIONARIES IN AFRICA Swea Eagle: Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Polmquist plan to leave late this summer for Africa to do missionary work. .Rev. Polmquist was ordained at the synod meeting of the Swedish Lutheran church at Moline, HI.", last June. Mrs. Polmquist Is a daughter of Mri and Mrs. Robert Bexell. The couple are here visiting. Mrs. Polmquist attended college at St. Peter, Minn., and is a graduate nurse. HELD SUNDAY LuVeriie: The Pottef.firink fam ily reunion was held Sunday afternoon In the city hall with 23 persons attending. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Feltis Jeanie 'Potter, Mrs. Gay Nerem «\d two children, Mrs. P. H. Thiel Mrs. Blanche Meyer ahd Mrs. Le« Potter, all of .Renwick; Mr. and Mrs. Percy Brink, of Hurt; Mr. anc Mrs. Roy McClure and family, of Belmond; Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and son Robert, of Masof City; Miss Florence Godfrey, Of Humboldt, and Mrs. Olla Godfrey and Rubye, of LuVerne. Election of officers was held and 'Mrs Percy Brink was elected president and Florence Godfrey was chosen secretary for the coming year. After the business meeting the afternoon was spent visiting. Business Caller. George Marty, of Mason City,, was a business caller here July 2. Leaves for Buckley Field. T/Sgt. Irvin Chapman left Wed nesday for Buckley Field, Denver, On its way is the day , when your windshield t will frame a lovely new picture each moment. 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Mr. atid -,.--_their daughter Sally adbompafiled by Mrs. Shirk 1 * JSareltfSjv Mr, ; Mrs, dial* JoneS, of Kttyll^ si Sunday in Des MolfteS '" aOves and friends. Reunion in PAtdti. 'Mr. and Mri. f red family and Mrs. Emma Lehman attended a family reuhlbh at .the Fred Wilson home ih Papofi T day. Mrs. Lehman returned to Her home in Boxholm after spending several days visiting at the home of her daughter and family. , Quests at prystal take. Mr. and'Mrs. Chas. Qoets6h Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and daughter Ooris Jean were gUestS Sunday at the home of Mr. fcnd Mrs. W. E. Nylander, at Crystal Lake. . Stationed at Sheppard Field. Kenneth Wittenburg, Son of Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wlttenburg, who recently entered the army, now is stationed at Sheppard Field, Tex. His address is: Pvt. Kenneth K. Wlttenburg, ASN, 37802077, Sqdn, & 2706 AAFBU, Sheppard Field, Tex. Kenneth writes that Eugene Casey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Casey, who entered the army at the same time also is stationed at Sheppard Field. The boys are both 194& graduates of the LUVerne high school. Visit Parents. Mrs. Morris Espeland, of Fort Dodge, and Miss Betty Dimler, of Des Moines, spent a few days visiting at the home of their parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler. Birthday Party. Mrs. Milo Patersori entertained at a party Tuesday afternoon In honor of her 1 daughter Virginia's twelfth birthday. The afternoon was spent playing .games ,and served at the close of :ittpsBi ... S jgj r — . Ittend $ay*S:,_, r.thi-wtfeK'? A Miss Aiiee'>§w4nsbnY Boole, Spent th«lwle» Ing Her slateVEofibtny;, Santal ?WU %f Mv^a* the .party. Attend Niece's Wedding.' Mr. and Mrs. >F. I. Chapman/ T/Sgt. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. William Chapman went to Goldfield Sunday af- ernoon where they attended the wedding of Mrs. Irvin Chapman's niece, Miss Barbara Jane Mosely, and Carol Bogard, who recently was released from a German prison camp where he had been held prisoner for several months. The wedding took place at five o'clock at the home of her parents in Goldfield. •cave for Chicago. •Marie and Maxine 'Patterson left lunday evening for Chicago, 111., after spending a week's vacation at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patterson. Visits Mother. Kenneth Brayton, of Fort Dodge, spent Sunday visiting at the home of his mother Mrs. Grace Brayton. WSCS to Meet Wednesday. The general meeting of the W<. S. C. S. will be held next day afternoon in the city hall with VIrs. Albert Geririeh, Mrs. John Hamus, Mrs. Andrew Neilson and Mrs. William Larimer as hostesses. Mrs. Frank Sanford will lead devotions, Mrs. William • Goetsch will have the lesson on '^Methodist Coopreation in Latin America." Sunday Ifi HUmboldt vlsltitii Mr 1 Smith's; sufit,- Mrs. ttalptti Hell Miss JBbrothy Mae Lintfelafi 18 Vacationing .this we6k frttni her duties'-as cashier of the local toank Miss Elliafee^ tanning, dl itul._ bbldt, Was a Weekettd guest-at the h&me of Mr,'rind Mrs.,-Lewis Merkle.. •-•;'/:-•,'' -. ; v'; v •'Mr. and Mrs. fildon Pratt ftftc four sbns were weekettd guests al the home oHiis brother Francis in Waverly. Mr. and Mrs. Phil C. Ldchty Were dinner guests Surtday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lawrence In Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schultz were guests recently at ithe home of ;helr son and hlg family, Dr. atld Mrs. Everett Schultz, Pelal. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller arid family, of Titonka, spent Sunday visiting at the parentai>,Alex Miller home and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Glair Jones, of Royal, visited for /a few days at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.... Hugh Shirk. Cpl. Aaron Smith left Sunday morfllng for Camp Hood, Tex., af- ter'spending an eight day furlough at the home of his father, John Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dawson and son, of Mason,City, were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Dawson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wegner. •'-.'.'.Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler and Mrs. Lloyd King of San Diego, Calif.,' 'spent the weekend at, th£ home' of Charles' Konarska near Des 'Mo}nes. '••'..,Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family, of Whittemore, spent the weekend at the home ef his parents- Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fuller recently arrived from Maryland to v|sit Don's father, Ed Fuller. Don recently has been given an honorable discharge from the army. ;• Mr. and Mrs. William Chapman, of Detroit; Mich., arrived Sunday to spend a week visiting his parents, T/Sgt. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman, and also his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Britt Darby, of Perry, and Mrs. Blanche Porter, of Ogdeq, were visitors Sunday,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch. Mrs. Darby and Mrs. Porter are aunts of Mrs. Goetsch. The Women's Association of the Presbyterian Church" will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Otto Ramus. The topic will be "Healing Humanity". Mrs. F. I. Chapman' will be the leader for the afternoon. Mrs. Harold Meyer entertained at a party in thelclty park in honor of hefcdaughter Joyce's second 'birthday Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Leonard Wilson and daughter Gayle Louise, of Livermore, were out-of-town guests. 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