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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 2, 1945
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TheAlgona >V;^ : l%fe|=bfe^>^^^^^^ If^-^'kilii^lrk-cV:'^O^^ pnTTEMORE GBtti MARRIES SAlUi MOM PLOVER .* terhobn at Spencer whefe they visited Mr. and Mrs. Erwin "" * rieeke, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyef Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vbigt and daughter Evelyn and Mr. and Mrs J. J. Rosendahl and sons Ralph and Danny visited with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith Sunday whlttemore: MJss Lillian Barg- evening. inan, daughter of Mrs. Minnie Bargman, was married to Warren Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones, of Plover, Saturday evening at the Grace Lutheran church at West Bend. The Rev. Kruse performed the wedding ceremony. following the wedding a reception Was held at the Franklin hotel at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bargman and family attended. Mrs. Jones Is an accountant for the Trans-Continental Western Airlines at Kansas City, Mo., and will return to her duties after her husband's 30-day leave expires. He is in the navy and will return to Guam. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swanson spent Sunday at Arnolds Park. Mrs. Erwin Vaudt, Benson, iMinn., Is visiting a week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vaux and daughter, Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith, visited at the Arthur Heidenwith home Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Roeber, Lincoln, Nebr., spent the week end at the William Roeber home and with Mrs. Roeber's parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and grandson Ralph Sebers, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, spent Sunday af- Insulate Now! For A Johns Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Worrahoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative 44tf Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bargman, Des Moines, visited with the former's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bargman. here Tuesday. Henry recently has been discharged from the army. He served at Guadalcanal. Two infants were baptized in the Lutheran church Sunday forenoon by Rev. Rehder, pastor of the St, John's .church at Fairville, who is relief pastor here. -Sponsors for Ann Louisa Baas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas, were Miss Elda Baas, Emma Roeber and Sgt. Maynard Roeber. For Lloyd John, Baas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Baas, the sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. John Baas. Home on a month's furlough from the South Pacific, Sgt. Leo Kramer was visited by friends at a lawn picnic dinner at the John Kramer home Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Kragh and Mr. and Mrs. Severt Kragh, Jackson, Minn.; Mr .and Mrs. Simon Kragh and family, Mr and Mrs. Nels Kragh, Albert Berkness and family, Mrs. Gilbert Berkness and family, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Chris tensen and -Mr. and Mrs. Walte Kruse, Lakefield, Minn.; Nel Kragh, Millston, N. D.; Mr. an Mrs. James Hatten and family Bancroft; Mr. and 'Mrs. Harla Kramer and family, Ringsted Mrs. Paul Beck, Richmond, Calif Mrs. Ernest and Marlln and Ser geant Kramer. Mrs. Joe Becker, ST., underwen a major operation in St. Joseph' Mercy hospital July 26. Mrs. George Wagner returned home from St. Joseph's Mercj hospital Monday afeernoon. S-Sgt. and Mrs. Carl Ernst anc daughter Aljean arrived here las week from Goldsboro, N. C., for a visit with relatives and friends. Pvt. Herbert Kayser, son of Mr and Mrs. Peter Kayser, arrivec home last Wednesday for a 30-day furlough. He just returned from overseas. Banns of marriage were announced Sunday in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Fa. George Theobald for 'Florence Thilges, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thilges, and Mike Hofers. The wedding will take place in St Joseph's church on Aug. 13. Read the Want Ads—It Pays '••SeeVfof OK Rubber Welders Lester DeBolt Phone 308 N. Thorington CALL US FOR FURNACE REPAIRS Depend on us for the b'eii furnace repair, service in town. Under present con* ditions, it's especially inw portant that you keep your furnace healthy. NEW FURNACES? If your present furnace— gas, coal or oil-fired — it beyond use or repair, you |can still buy a new Green Colonial. Ask us about it, Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREEnCOLOniflL FURRRCE SERVICE WANTED Experienced Mechanics ALSO MECHANIC HEPERS . KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 Algona, Iowa 28tf LAKOTA CHILD SWALIMPM) OTHER ACCIDENTS Lakota: Accidents and tonsillectomies were topics for conver* sation here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gordon's two- year-old daughter, Friday ate ft cracker dosed With ant poison and became ill. Put out by an older child the cracker was eaten by the little girl and no one knew of it until her body grew stiff. She was taken to an lElttiore, Minn., doctor who used a stomach pump to remove the poison. The child now is recovering. Also improving is the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jakie Peterson, who was injured recently when she fell with a stick in tier mouth while playing. Three small Lakotans had their tonsils removed this week. Yvonne, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Keefe, was at the Blue Sarth, Minn., hospital July 24 and was taken home that evening. Mrs. O'Keefe's niece, Betty Rhub- ae, of Buffalo Center, stayed at the O'Keefe home and helped with the work while they were at the hospital. •Mrs. Art Lester and daughters, flrs. Laura Adams and Mrs, Arend Hans took Mrs. Hans' two children, Geneva and Gordon, to the Lutheran hospital 'at Fort Dodge tha Same day. they A severl ralil ihd struck the'Blue fiafth vIMfty 1 frl day. ••.••'-, • ;: : ' "O^;. ;• ••;/.£,,•'.•- : ; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Seldttd two sons, Algona, were Stmday visitors with the Fred Sehroedei*. Mr. arid Mrs. W. D. Ley and sow David spent last week end with the A. O. Sehtssels at,their cottage at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Torlne vis* ited at the Victor and Hattie Hull* erstrom home in Bancroft Saturday afternoon. Sgt. Ray Wirtjes, who has toeeft stationed at Santa Barbara, Calif., has been sent to Camp Crowder, Mo., for training.. His wife accompanied him there. Mrs. Joe Simmons and two children spent Thursday afternoon and evening with Mrs.' Wilbur Wirtjes while Mr. Simmons went fishing. He got a nice catch of bullheads. Mrs. Laura Adams and two daughters Margery and Joyce left for their home at Charles City* Saturday. Mrs. Adams spent last week visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Lester, and the girls spent six weeks with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Adams re- :eived a letter from trtelr son Donald in Okinawa telling thehi of the natives ih the island. He says they are short in stature but strong, but that the young in years ook old. Don has been with those uardlng Reverand Byrd. 1 ..--™,. HONOR REL News Items of Fenton Vicinity Auction Sale DR. J. A. MUELLER 7 Room House FENTON, IOWA MONDAY. AUGUST 6, 7:30 P. M. 7 room frame house and 'two lots. House has bath, new force-feed hot water heater with stoker. Completely insulated and weather stripped. Force feed soft water system with automatic electric heater. Reason for selling: Going west for wife's health. DR. J. A. MUELLER Fred Flaig, Auctioneer 31* Mr. and Mrs. Lester Theesflel are parents of'a son born July 2S Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haase are pa rents of a daughter born July 25 Ed Priebe is substituting on th mail route for Carl Priebe, wh is ill. Mrs. ^Forrest Hanifan and Bar bara spent Tuesday afternoon a the Mervin Priebe home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerbe and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland wer Fairmont shoppers Saturday. Mrs. Eddie Lindsay and Char len, of Elmore, Minn., have been visiting at the Henry Lindsay home. Donnie Priebe, son of Ray Priebes, returned to his home af ter spending a month with grand parents in Decorah. Bob Goetsch returned to hi: home Tuesday after two weeks in the Emmetsburg hospital, where le underwent an operation. Lois Diane Schlickelman, infan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schlick- elman, was baptized at the Fairville Lutheran church Sunday. Miss Luella Newel, of Chicago 11., is spending her vacation with ler sister, Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth as well as with other relatives in Fenton. Miss Eunice Krause, who is employed in Des Moines, came home Saturday to spend the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs Walter Krause. Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mrs. Forres Hanifan and Barbara Jane were hoppers in Algona on Saturday They also visited at the Mrs. Kate .Vegener home. Miss Loraine Wegener, who is employed in Des Moines, came lome Friday night to spend the weekend with her parents Mr. and VIrs. C. F. Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Nelson ook Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantle- man to Rochester the first of last iveek, where Mr. Hantleman will undergo an operation. •Phyllis Frank and Hazel Weis- srod, Minneapolis, Minn., spent he weekend at the homes of their Darents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank nd Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager nd sons Kernie and Don, of Des koines, came Saturday to spend wo weeks at the parental W. V. fager and C. F. Kern homes. Miss Betty Ann Meyers, cadet urse at the Methodist hospital In Des Moines, is spending her vaca- on at the home of her parents /Ir. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack nd Delores and Mr. and Mrs. George Siems and Shirley spent from Sunday to Tuesday at the Walther League Camp at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Boggess.and children, Patty and Tommy of Marshalltown, have spent the past two weeks at the Rev. A. F. Rehder home. Mrs. Boggess and Mrs. Rehder are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Will Weisbrod and Florence, Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Pruel and Mrs. Carrie Voigt are attending Bible conference at the Methodist camp at Okoboji this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland were business visitors in Mason City Tuesday. Mr. Priebe attended a banquet and Chevrolet meeting at Hotel Hanford. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck entertained Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit and family, Evelyn Madseu, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack, Lyle and Delores and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fisher at dinnej- Sunday. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and daughter Pamela recently returned from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., where they spent a week with their hus band and father, Dale Weisbrod, who is in the army and stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Newel, of Fort Dodge, are parents of a son born last Thursday. Parental grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Newel. Mrs. George Newel went to Fort Dodge (Friday to see her grandson. Miss Betty Jane Schwartz, who is a cadet nurse at the Iowa Luthr eran hospital in Des Moines, is spending a month's vacation at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Betty Jean will graduate in September. Mrs. Lloyd Berkland entertain-? ed at a party in honor of her son Darrel's third birthday Thursday evening. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thompson and Shirley of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Berkland and Mrs. Andrew Olson. Mrs. Henry Reimers entertained her bridge club Thursday even- Mr, and Mrs. Tyre Lively, of Texas, spent the past week with Mrs. Lively's mother, Mrs. Tena Newel, and other relatives. They left for their h*ome Monday and were accompanied by Phyllis and Janet McFall as far as Lawton, Okla., where they will spend two weeks. The Fenton's Woman's Club entertained Mrs. J. A. Mueller at a farewell party last Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. The club presented Mrs. Mueller with a gift. Dr. and Mrs. Mueller and family will leave Fenton Aug. 1 for their new home in Montana. S-Sgt. Carl Schwartz returned to Jefferson Barracks Sunday for reassignment after spending a 30- day furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz of Fenton, and his wife, whose home is at Gray. Mrs. Karl Schwartz has been spending the time with her husband at the J. A. Schwartz home. Sergeant Schwartz has spent 26 months in England where le was a radio technician. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel, of Hartley, entertained Fenton guests Sunday at a reception in honor of iheir son and his wife, Lt. and Mrs. Warren Newel, of Texas, who were married recently. The guests ncluded Mr and Mrs. Charles Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Newel and 3eth Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Tyre l,ively, of Texas, Mrs. Tena Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth and Miss Luella Newel, of Chica- m. City: Mr. aiid Mr & y and daughter, Mlhfte ajoHs, Minn., visited Datives he Sunday* A faftMMf>16Kic wtfs field in. the pa*k itt thei* Htebt with about 4o persons present. , They included MrV and M>s. Bernard Peterson arid family, Hagbert Olson, MfsV Hannfth An* derson, Mr, and Mrs. O. T. Aiid6f> son, and Mrs. Addle johnsdhvEl More, Minn.; the Burdette Aftder- son family, Forest City; Mr, and Mrs, Henning Ffoom, Brieielyn, Minn.; the Bernard Olson family, Buffalo Center? Mr, arid .•-.MM. Ernest Burkhead, Armstrong; Mr, arid Mrs. Oscar Berggren, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Anderson and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Olson and family of Keislerj Minn.;Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Anderson and daughter, Albert Anderson and isabelle Totoln. Mrs. Mcdrady was formerly Lily Sundstrom, of- Bancroft. She will remain here to visit relatives for several days. Mr. McGrady and daughter Myrna returned to Minneapolis, Monday, Mrs. Emily Larsen is home after having a major operation at a Fort Dodge hospital, 'Mrs. Earl Kramsdale is working in the office of the Peoples Natural Gas company at Estherville. Swea City Boy Scouts, with Scoutmaster A. H. Schaler, are in camp at Spirit lake this week. The O. W. Blomsters returned home Sunday , evening from a week's vacation at Alexandria, Minn. (Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Andersen and young son Gene left Tuesday l^eiWpiglX^gg •'- ' *w ; ^Mlsi IWiUctii ^Stpyii^^ Id spend fitt ifidefin s iWHK her piirifttsi Mr, Md Mrs. Algoi MA fat ana DStmMoi ir have ^ itllf Sanf&d's iribther Mrs, '" '' MifiiiSls If flfiS" Beff _ _ i- aM -MM, -. Flanfe • . Seereffif f l*lut 'feefeer es the SwM Cit£ Saddle Club Will •hold its first praetiee ride 6f the seasoK 6H the gMinds a half mile east bn Highway 9 Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs, D. V. Charl* son and children, of Walnut Grove. •Minn., .visited a few days 1 last week at the home of Rev. and A. Mi Youngquist. The Rev. Charlson is a brother of Mrs. Youngqiiist. /. New babies at the ForbS hospi tal include a. daughter, Carol Mae, born to Mr. and Mrs, itenry Dontje July 18, and a son, Dennis Banks, born Thursday tb Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hafl, East Chain, The Halls have three other children. RADIO TUBES We can now supply you with .Tubes or Tubes and Adapters for nearly all types and numbers." . 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