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Dale Ehrhardt Home, Marries California tended "& ' Mr. s&ent Sunday i Mr. and Mrs. fof ;Iiis ey.ei% Ife is OTTO TO STAY IN LOTTS CREEK 'Lotts Creek: Voting members of the Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday afternoon . unanimously asked Rev. A. F. Otto to withdraw his request for release and allowed sufficient time for him to recover from his illness. Rev. Otto had given his resignation to the congregation because of ill health. He accepted the proposition and leaves this week for treatments at Iowa City. Wetzel Reunion. A Wetzel reunion was held July 4 at Call State Park, Algona. Those attending were Mrs. C. T. Heller and son Carl, of West Gate; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thiel and Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, Doloris and Bertha and Martin Vanderlin, of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and family, Martin Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Reinie Wetzel and Patty, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family and Mrs. Lydia Wetzel and family. •four Corners: pale Ehrhardt son of Mr. and Mrs'.. William Ehrhardt, arrived June 29 on a 26-day leave. A first class petty officer in the navy, Ehrhardt was accompanied by Hermoha Click o: Sacramento, Calif., and they were married at the Algona Methodist church July 9. It was Ehrhardt's first visit home since May, 1944. He has been aboard the USS Washington. Ehrhardt and his bride left July 16 for Bremerton, Wash., where Ehrhardt's ship is being overhauled. He expects to go to sea again the middle of August, and Mrs. Ehrhardt will return to her job at the army air depot in Sacramento. Ehrhardt has nine battle stars and has been in waters around Guadalcanal, the Solomons,* the Gilberts, the Marshalls, the Marianas, Peleliu and Anguar, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, the Philippines and the Ryukus. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sprong and Barbara, of Bode, and William Bell, of West Bend, spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pijohn. Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl entertained a group of children in honor of her daughter Diana's sixth birthday Sunday afternoon. Games were played after which a lunch was served. Diana received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family were July 10 visitors of Mrs. George Schultz, Whittemore, to help her celebrate her birthday. On Wednesday evening they attended a birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Whittemore. Ask For More Men For Merchant Marine The local United States Employment Service office has been requested iby the Maritime Service to intensify its efforts to obtain volunteers for the Merchant Marine, William J. Becker, employment manager of the office, announced today. Vacancies exist in recruiting quotas for both seamen and officers for duty at sea and ashore. Men not • employed in essential industry or agriculture should investigate the service immediately, Becker said. Discharged servicemen or men with "F" or "L" draft classifications may be eligible for shore jobs. Don Pannkuk Weds Fairmont Girl (Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pannkuk, former Algpnians who have been living in Fairmont several years, wlil be interested in learning of the marriage of their son Don to Miss Maisie Wright whose home is also at Fairmont. The ceremony took place June 18 at the Congregational church and was followed by a reception at the Pannkuk home. Don has .been at Guadalcanal twenty-eight months. He will report at Ft. Snelling July 30 and-if he is discharged, he and his wife will live in Fairmont. If he is assigned further duty, Mrs. Pannkuk will return to her clerical work with an insurance company in Detroit. Church Of Nazarene Elects Officers The annual meeting of the membership of the Church of the Nazarene was held July 11 in the auditorium of the church. Following the reports of'the different departments, annual elections were held. New officers for the coming year are Sunday school superintendent, Mrs. La Vina Mitt- lider; N. Y. P. S. president, Mrs. Emma Best; stewards, Mrs. Sarah Smith, Miss lone Blanchard and Mrs. E. N. Taylor; trustees, E. N. Taylor, C. R. McVeigh and D. L. Driver, and church school board, Mrs. Mittlider, lone Blanchard, Betty Blanchard and Mrs. Emma Best. The annual assembly of the Church of the Nazarene will be held in Oskaloosa Aug. 13 to 19. Mrs. Sarah Smith and Mrs. C. R. McVeigh are the delegates from the local church. Verafte! tlfers Weds. Verabel Ulfers, daughter of M and Mrs. John Ulfers, and Arnol Madison Swinford, son of 'Mr. an Vtrs. Harvey A. Swinford of Ho Springs, New Mexico, were mar ried Wednesday, June 18, at Ho Springs. The ceremony took place in th Methodist Church garden with th Rev. Bowan officiating. The coupl was attended by Mrs. Jeanne Me Gill and Wililam Snell. Dr. Sher man Meyer gave the bride away The nuptial music was played b Dr. McGill and Dr. H. Rasmussen 'ormer Algona /school music teach er,-sang. The bride wore a white lac dress with a veil and carried muquet of white and pink rose buds. Her bridesmaid wore a tur quoise' colored gown and carrie pink gladioli. Following the ceremony a re leption and dinner were held a he home of Dr. and Mrs. McGil The bride has been employed a laboratory technician in th Vteyer Clinic at Hot Springs fo ver a year. Previously she wa mployed in Algona by Dr. D. W Andrews.and the Drs. Meyers and was also employed for a time by the Kossuth Credit Bureau. She went to Hot Springs when the Dr Sherman Meyers moved there a year or so ago. While in Algona Verabel was a member of the Beta Sigma Phi. Mr. Swinford operates a bulk oil station in Hot Springs when the couple will be at home afte: a wedding trip to the mountain: for a few days. Louis Bodes Give Shower Fae iLashbrook was honoree a a kitchen shower given at the Louis Bode home Sunday after noon at 2. Miss Lashbrook is tc marry Petty Officer 1-c Bernarc Bode. Mrs. Frank Gardner, Mrs Clair Winkie and Mrs. Walte Heerdt assisted Mrs. Bode. Fifty guests attended. Eileen Thul sang several songi and Ethel Gardner and Audrej Heerdt sang a duet, "Always. 1 Ruth .Heerdt played "Anchor? Aweigh." THURSDAY, JULY 19 MATINEE 2:00 P. M. Sport Reel and "Hunky Spunky" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY-20-21 AS A RATTLER... TENDER as a RABBIT! DONNA REED MARJORIE MAIN HENRY MORGAN-PAUL LANGTON Walt Disney's "Donald's Crime" Musical, "Boogie Woogie" Fun for the Family Saturday Night! SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JULY 32-23 Have you heard the one about the guy who walked >in his sleep? A girl who was kiss- less? Oh Mr. Tracy! Oh K4*-a.ty! Hilarious Star Hit! TRACY • HEPBURN ..... KEENANWYNN • CARL ESMOND P*TBICIA MOBJSON • FIIW JBI5SABT Another Pfoffer Comes Home From Overseas Cpl. Henry D. Pfeffer arrived in Algona Saturday on a 30-day furlough after serving overseas in the European theater of»operations He is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer to come home from overseas this summer. Pvt. Michael Pfeffer, who had j been a prisoner of war in Germany | from July, 1944, until his liberation in June-6f this year, came home June 16 for a 60-day furlough. Henry will report to Camp Grant, 111., at the termination of his furlough and Michael will go to Hot Springs, Ark., Aug. 21. Whittemore News Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith were Emmetsburg visitors Saturday evening. . / Mr. and Mrs. William Schwanke Cedar Falls, returned to their home Monday. Mrs. Schwanke has visited relatives here the past week and Mr. Schwanke came Friday for the weekend. Pvt. Howard Esser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Esser, has been assigned to Fort Knox, Ky., for ar- tilelry training. Ralph Gengler, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gengler, also is stationed at Fort Knox. Mrs. Milton Espe, who formerly was employed in the recorder's office, Algona, left for Corpus Christiy Tex., the latter part of June to join her husband, stationed at an air ibase eight miles from Corpus Christi. Mrs. Espe now is employed at the air base with the Personal Relations Department, beginning her new duties July 12. Herbert Zumach, accompanied by his wife and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank Jergens, drove to Kan sas and Missouri July ill to buy potatoes for the Zumach Market here. On their way south they visited with Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher, former pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, now at Clarinda. They made a short stop at Kansas City, Mo., and drove out to see the home of President Harry Truman in Independence. Enroute home Mrs. Zumuch and Mrs. Jergens visited at the homes of the Albert and Herman Vaudts at Farnhamville. Herbert brought back a truck load of potatoes, and the women returned home Monday evening. The annual Voight family reunion was held Sunday at the Arthur Voight home in Whittemore. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and daughter Susan and son Billy, Rolfe; Mr. and Mrs. William Schwanke, Cedar Falls; Rosella Voight, Mr. and Mrs, Edward Hansen and daughter Laura and grandson Dirk Hanson, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mathers and daughter Arlene, Rodman; Mrs. Ewald Voight and daughter Gary Kay, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughter Evelyn and son Raymond, Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Wagner and' family, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voight And son James and Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Ost- wold, of Whittemore. A picnic dinner was held on the lawn. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter Gertrude and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith drove to Pomeroy Sunday morning where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Klassen. They also attended the Lutheran rally held at the Mansbn fair grounds. Services were held in the forenoon and Dr. A. D. Mattson delivered the sermon. Dinner was served by various congregations belonging to the Manson district an4 the afternoon was spent playing kitten- ball, horseshoe and baseball. There were 3000 people on the grounds. After leaving the rally, the Meyers and Heidenwiths drove to Fort Dodge to visit a rel-. ative, (Mrs. Emma Schmitt, from Pomeroy, who is a patient in the Lutheran hospital at port Dodge. . Guessing games tyere th6 bride-to-be opened gifts \vhll a tray lunch was seryfed, Out*of town guests were Mr. arid Mrs Herman B6de and children, of Ma son City. .Townsettd Sewhiff Club Mrs A. M. Anderson entertain ed the Townsend Sewing Circle a Townsend Hall, 108 South Hal Street, Monday afternoon. Those present sewed on children's gar ments and started a top for a crib quilt. At 4 the guests were servet lunch from a snack bar. Miss Mary Lou Werby of Des Moines, poured the coffee. Next regular meeting of th, sewing circle will be July 30.' Mrs Grace Bates, will be the hostess. Celebrate Anniversaries. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Simpson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, Mrs. Irving Miller and' Miss Marie. Seeman Friday at dinner The occasion was in honor of the wedding anniversaries of Mr. fine Mrs. Max Miller whose marriage date was July 12 and Mr. and Mrs Irving Miller 'who were married July 13. Irving Miller is in the service and was therefore unable to join in the festivities. Beta Sigma Phi 'picnic. The Beta Sigma Phi sorority which sponsors a group of camp fire girls is having a breakfast Sunday at the State park for the group. Party for Suzanne LaBarre. Mrs. 'Robert LaBarre entertained eight children and their mothers Wednesday honoring the fourth birthday of her daughter Suzanne. LOCALS Miss Marilyn Daily of Sioux Rapids is a guest of Miss Marjorie Hoss. Frank Schallin has g;one to a hospital in Fort Dodge- for a gland operation. John Linnan of Maurice spent a :ew days the first of the week at the home of his son L. E. Linnan. Arest Maharis, son of Mr. and VTrs. Nick Maharis, is home from he merchant marine on a 30-day eave. Mrs. O. G. Rahn returned to fter lome in Black River Falls, Wis.j Monday after a week at the home; -•I her brother, Dr. A. W. Amunson. Mrs. Leo Spilles left Sunday morning for Minneapolis, Minn., >n a buying trip for the Spilles , at the home of their daughter Mrs. 06n McDbnptigh ift Sbhalfeft ; laSt week. Mr. and Mrs, Oar! Vohs and lardware store. oday. She will reiurn Louise Debe and Barbara Peffer f Fort Dodge are spending tjils veek at the. home of their sister VIrs. Lena Loss, and their niece, ""rincilli. Anabelle Semon and Marceiia Thill spent the latter part of. last veek at Clear Lake. Anpabelle s employed at Kresensky's and Marceiia at the AAA office. Mr. and Mrs. Walter- Roberts, ormer Algona residents, now. of ".tlantic, spent the week end in .Igona with friends. Mr. Roberts s with the Metropolitan Insurance ~o. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Knoll of Vlgona are spending a week or ten ays with their daughter and fam_ y, Mr, and Mrs. George Sears, "rrinnell, and are making, the ac- uaintance of a new grandson, ack. -'-' Jeanne Guderian and LaVonne iacon are spending the week at lear Lake vacationing. Jeanne s employed at the Security State ank, and LaVonne is home fq'r he summer -from Drake Univerr ty, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley and he letter's brother Neill Hintz isited relatives in Sioux Falls ast week. Mr. Hintz has recently een discharged from-service. He as in the European area three nd a half years. Mrs. Peter Heldt, Fort Dodge, as been in poor health the past wo months with high blood pres- ure. At present her son, Arnold nd family are visiting at the eldt home. Mrs. LeRoy Dits- rorth is a daughter of Mrs. Heldt. C. Ph. M. Maurice Thompson, on of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Thomp. on, who was home on a 30-day urlough recently, was sent ta /liami after reporting to Chicago. or two and a half years he has een in the Panama and Nicaragua rea. Dean Steven son of Mr. and Mrs. obert Steven, has returned from owa City where he has been a atient at the orthopedic hospital nee June 30. Dean was afflicted ith poleomylitis when only two ears of age gnd it is hoped this reatment and the operations he nderwent will be of great benefit. " has now had 'twelve operations n his foot. Mrs. George Wesley is recover- ng from a very painful accident •hich has confined her to her ome the past two weeks. In some naccountable way she fell in •ont of the East End Grocery tore and dislocated her elbow. he had to be taken to the hospital or it to be put in place and o use the arm just a little' the ast few days. : Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Finkblne of tlantic and Mrs. Minnie Holland C Des Moines arrived Wednesday or a visit at the G. W. Stillman ome. They will also be guests of VIr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh. Irs. Finkbine and Mrs. Stillman re sisters and Mrs. Holland is heir mother. The Finkbines are emaining only a few days but drs. Holland will make a more xtended visit. Dick Potter is expected home uesday for a visit with his pi? ents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter. ick, who is in the navy, recently •ired his parents from Berkeley, alif., telling them of his leave. Enroute home he is stopping at West Fargo, N. D., to visit the parents of one of his "buddies", Joe Pyle, who was killed last October. Before coming home he will also go to Chicago to visit his $k Mrs. A. H.' kelson, and her nii(8- band who Js a patient in the Yet? erans Hospital -|t Hio.es, JU. children Jimmy and Car61 of .West Bend spent Monday at the G. L. Vohs home. M?S. Anna Madsoit enjoyed a visit last week from Mr. and Mrs. Emll Hagg of Adel. Mrs. Hagg is the former Gladys Madson. ,.Mr. and Mrs.'Witt. o. Ludwlg were Sunday visitors at the Leo Ludwlg home' in West Bend. Leo and William are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Emit Stoffel and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulfers spent Sunday in Bancroft where they enjoyed a family get»to-gether. Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwlg and family are going to Clear Lake this week end for a visit with Mrs. Aidwig's parents Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Joynt. Mrs. Albert Ogren returned this week from a ten days visit with ier daughters Mrs. J. N. Higbae of Scotts Bluffs, Nebr.j and Mrs. J. C. Gibson at Omaha. Mrs. O. B. Lalng and son Eddie and the former's mother Mrs. lakes returned Saturday from Des Moines and vicinity where they, 'isited relatives several weeks. ' Mrs. Mary Potter and son 'James if Chicago have been visiting rel- Itlves here. She returned to her, lome Monday but James will re-, main for a more extended visit. • T. H. Vaughan who is supervisor t Swift's, is enjoying .his vacation, his week and on Wedneday he nd Mrs. Vaughan went to Lake Okoboji where they will spend hefr time. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Querry of Oakland, Calif., spent the weekend at the Harold Mosher home. Front: lere they went to Mason City to 1 - islt other relatives before re-Turning home. .1 Mrs. Cora Bacon and her grand- laughter Mrs. Knut Oppedahl of Ottosen returned Sunday from a veeks visit with the former's aughter Mrs. J. A. Hohenstein at iVinnebago, Minn. Gary McDonald, son of Mr. and Jlrs. S. D. McDonald and David VTerryman, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Merryman, left Sunday for n outing at the Congregational amp at Clear Lake. Mrs. Frank Ross, nee Margaret Vinslow, and daughter Barbara of 'ayton, Ohio, are visiting Mrs. /Tary Miller and other friends, oth Mr. and Mrs. Ross are postal mployees at, Dayton. Mrs. Dale Yoang and three chil- ren Dennis, Beverly and Barbara f Garner visited five days last week at the Homer Young home. Dale Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Germany last December. 'Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins are parents of a son, Richard, born Sunday, July 15, at the Kossuth hospital. Mother and baby are doing/fine. The Hutchins have ;two other boys-, Da-vid ; and Robert.^ .'. Miss LaVonne Wolcott, daughter of' Mr.: and! Mrs-. E. L. Wolcott, arrived Saturday from Sioux City for a week's vacation. She is em • ployed', as a stenographer with the American News company. Young was killed in action in Joan, Eotter who has been employed in Dayton's department store at Minneapolis is spending the summer with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter and sistsr Mrs. "Bud"' Zender. Mr: and Mrs. Chris Wallnkait had Eorna 1 . Fanlsticfc and Fay Kjrause as dinner guests Wednesday evening. The high light of the evening was: a.talk by phone with Duane Wallukait who is stationed at Amarillo, Texas. Mr: and Mrs. Arne Helle of Lansing, Iowa, were guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willey. They brought the Willey's daughter Shirley 'Ann home with them. Shirley has spent some time with her grandparents. . ht: will haW aft dptfatfoft.Jdf the f enftOyal of a cateradt:Bui at pt*s» ent bnly treatments : have Men given, ,. ••••/., ••:••,•••:> t •(... ^ . ;.;';,>. y;; ••Mfi, Cj'.'M; SWalioK'^ft to Cehtervllle by the SeMdUS ness : of her father H> d, staley, prominent retired fawrieiv She left Wednesday, and was met by her sister Mrs. Hi to Conrad of Omaha who will also go . to Ctentervllie With her. ••.-: ;.; v;- : ' ; :. Allen WaMeMs home on a twb weeks furlough with his family, He is located at Camp' Crowd" er, Mo. Sgt. Rayniohd Miller, who is a cousin, is visiting here while also on furlough. He is In the air corps and has been on duty 1ft the China-Burma area. • eftd . with: ills wife Mti BusSell h'al; bfettti a oft one 6f the beaches Med ; by. .. fleers only and their f aMiies and is ideated at the ef f leer s eiub, He will hold this: pMtioii f dp ftt leSst : '- ••' -., . . Mr. attd Mw. Orville Wlsks !*«» turfted thS first of the week from okobdji where they had been ;.vacationing. Mi*, and Mrs. clay ten Percival afid Mr. ahd Mrs. '-Wayne Arnold are also vacationing there and the families are* located near each other. Mr. and Mrs. Percival returned Monday but the Arnolds are remaining a little longer. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. f*yi6r en* Joyed -a ten day visit from their daughter and family, Mr. 'and Mrs; vf8itiiif> ii tfte fcdme M tfttf fofhi '•'' , h6me •ifefivifig rthi f c# a smt 6. extended vMU The lat- part 6f IHA^eek theli* gfaHd*'' Mf,, afid MrsV H. 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