The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 2, 1945
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Behskii escaped a few cuto and scrat&hes last Thtiftsday afternoon wheft m freight truck tipped over. A pickup passed him 1 a mile rth of Renwick but cut ahead •of him so Soon that fienskinhad to drive off on the shoulder -to avoid hitting the smaller vehicle. •Hitting loose gravel and a sdft • shoulder, Benskin.'* truck bver- iurfted, The Windshield of the ; truck was broken. , Rev. and Mrs. A, J. Riggs attended the Bible conference at ;; Spirit Lake several days this week. Mrs. Helen Johnson is vacation* ing from her duties as clerk in the Charles Kraua general store this and -Mrs. John Hutchison .week. Mr. returned home Sunday from Clear Lake where they had been for two •weeks. Constance and Carmen, twin daughters of Lou Rlcke, visited relatives here recently. They make their home with an aunt in Fes- •titta. : ... •• .. ' : - • •' . : Mrs. Albert Llcktelg and two .•children went to Buffalo Center Sunday for a few days at her parents' home. (Her mother Mrs. Joe .Smith, was ill. Lt. Ed Puck, of Hartley, spent .several days over the weekend with Sgt. Bernard Erdman. The boys were classmates four years - at Cedar Falls. t The C. D. A.s will not meet again till Wednesday evenirig, Sept. 5. The annual sisters shower will be held in the parish'hall Wednesday evening, Aug. 22. Albert Bleich, who had visited relatives and old acquaintances here the past several weeks, returned to his home in Madison, Wis., Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hobbin, of Lansing, Mich., are expected this weekend lor a visit at the parental Paul Erdman home. Mrs. Hol- ibin is the former Madeline Erd- .rnan. Cpl. Ivan Johnson, who spent a 35-day furlough here with his wife and his parents, left Sunday for Camp Grant, 111. He had been in the European war theater and in Trinidad. •Mrs. 'Robert Genung, the former eMarkJirarl effla fleeter aftemdon in the Goft- chtir'ich parfdrS. Mrs. ie Flom entertained the iadie* last Week. v .'• . , Rote Sftidef, youngest daughter c-f Mr, and Mrs.'All Studer, re- tuifhed hdme Monday evening from Bes Moine* Where she visit" ed Mary Lou Haverly and he? sister, Mrs. Bud Hatiptman, over the weekend. B&nna Haynes, 61 Chicago, 111., and her sister Mrs. R. J, Sauche of Eau Claire, Wis., came Sunday morning for a visit at the parent* fil P. C. Haynes hbnie. Another sifter Mrs. Ed Farnum and daughter tKatherihe of Whittier, Calif., are also here. Mrs. lion Hamilton, the former Geraldine Seefelt, who had spent the past two months with her parents, the Fred Seefelts, left Sunday evenirig for Marion, Ohio, to visit her husband's parents. Mr. Hamilton is in the navy and is ekpected in Marion also. Cpl. Don Kraus received-his discharge on the point system and returned home over the weekend. He had been in service three and a half years and had spent about two and half years In the European theater of war. He was a mechanic in the air corps. The Joe Meurer family, Mrs. FUNERAL HELD SUNDAY ATLUVERNE Shirley Hansen, left" Sunday night for Chicago, 111. Erom there she will go on to New Bern, N. C., to visit her husband, who is in the marine corps. Miss Esther Burke and Miss Elizabeth Fitzgerald, technicians in a hospital at Rochester, Minn., spent the weekend with Mrs. Marie Kunz and family at the Riley cottage, Clear Lake. • The W. S. C. S. met in the Methodist church parlors Wednesday afternoon. Mesdames Carl Hansen, H. M. Hansen, Albert Girrard, U. Marco, Lee McCann : and Curtis Benskin were hostesses. Mrs. Lester Larson and Mrs. *. *i\* w uw 'AT^^v* ^.diiiiijr • JITJ.I a, Helen Johnson and Edward went to Bay Side at Clear Lake Wednesday afteitnoon for a picrtlc. Bernadine Johnson, who was at the Tom McMahon cottage at the lake, and Cheryl Meurer, who was visiting her a few days, joined their folks for the picnic. . Mae Studer and Mrs. Herbert Goepel, the former Florence Burke, left Monday evening for -Miami, Fla., where they will be employed. Mae had visited her parents, the Alf Studers, and Mrs. Goepel and her husband visited his folks at Crystal Lake and her mother at Waucoma for four weeks. Donna Mae, Wayne and Wendall, children of Mr. and Mrs. Don Kinniard, returned home Thursday of last week from a six-week visit at the home of their paternal grandparents at Gilmore. Don's father and his brother Jim and wife came that day and visited till Sunday. Jim is on a 30-day furlough, having been in the European war zone a year. A Goetz picnic was held at the home of Mrs. Helen Johnson Sunday evening. Attending were the Mike, George, Lee and Henry Goetz families, Joe Goetz and three children, Mrs. Philip Goetz and two children and Dorothy Goetz. The picnic honored Ed Johnson who was home on furlough from Kelly Field, Texas. He returned there Monday. Mrs. Viola Studer and Everett Ackerson spent the weekend at the Julius Kelch home in Estherville. Jeanine Studer and Gloria Ann Kelch returned home with them Sunday evening. Jeannine had 'been at Estherville six weeks and worked at the P & G Hatchery three weeks. Gloria Aim, 3-year- old daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. Kelch, will spend this week at the home ot Mrs. Viola Studer, her grandmother. LuVerne: Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, July 29, in the Lutheran church, with Rev. Louis Witteniburg officiating, for Miss Olive Olsen. Miss olsen died Thursday morning, July 26, at Milwaukee, Wis., while swimming in the Milwaukee river. She suffered a heart attack and efforts to revive here were in vain. She was 41 years old. Olive Elizabeth Olsen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Olsen, was born on Oct. 16, 1903, at Fonda. . She was baptized in her infancy and later was instructed and confirmed in the Lutheran church at Bode, by Rev. J. E. Jorgenson. She attended^ high school in Bode and after graduation, taught two years in a rural school. She later graduated from Dr. Martin Luther College at New Ulm, Minn., on June 1, 1928. She then received a call to teach in the Christian Day School of the Fairview Lutheran church, in Milwaukee, Wis. After teaching in this school a number of years, she went to the Atonement Lutheran Day School in the same city, where she taught the primary grades until her death. Last June she completed her seventeenth year of teaching in the Lutheran Day School. She had spent a short vacation in June with her parents and relatives and was attending a summer school at Milwaukee at the time of her death. Surviving are her parents, 'two brothers: Henry, of Bradgate, and Earl, of Bode; seven sisters: Mrs. Lila Nelson, of Austin, Minn.; Mrs. Agnes Solli, of Mankato, Minn.; Mrs. Rhoda Brockman, of Echo, Minn.; Mrs. Aleda Hansel-? man and Mrs. Edna Hanselman, of LuVerne; Mrs. Mable Risvold, of Corwith, and Mrs. Myrtle Hanselman, of Livermore; and 24 nieces and nephews, many other relatives and a host'of friends. Funeral services were held Friday evening in the Atonement Lutheran church in Milwaukee by the pastor, Rev. W. J. Schaefer. The mens' quartet of the Lutheran church sang a hymn and the pallbearers were her six brother- in-laws , Carl, Edwin and LpRoy Hanselman, Leo Brockman, Gerhardt Solli and Ernest Nelson. Burial was made in the Humboldt cemetery. Mrs. Earl Legler arrived here Saturday from Oakland to visit at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Wilson Legler. Mr. 'and Mrs. Lyle Powell, of Yale, visited Monday at the home of her parents,* Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McClellan. Mrs. Merlin Cody and her daughter Gloria spent several days in Humboldt visiting at the home of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ernestj Behnkendorf and family, of Bancroft, were guests Sunday at >the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles COATS BlANCX NE\»/ / -The Fashion Hits t of the New Season i^, J1..T ?' Colorful Chesterfields COATS FITTED STYLES to34 Misses' sizes 9 to 20. Women's sizes 38 to 44. ; You couldn't choose'a better time to buy your wlriter coat—than J a day .on which you've time to shop leisurely, cautiously, critically, and you couldn't want a better selection than ours—featuring fine fur collar styles, and fine all wool fabric combinations in the seasons most dramatic well tailored styles. m • Make /your selection from season's most wanted fabrics. • Wool Boucle • Fine Twills ;, • Wool Shetlands : • ' "i '.9 Fine Flannels , :] • Wool Fleeces ^ i • f Novelty Tweeds Coats New gfl'the;easy"•;•;" the fine ive*./.;-;!*/' Ooetlch. , -.i of Glt^, visited la* week ttt the 'home of tHdiP Ulster and br6thet-in"law, Mf». aftd Mrs. Mat vey Will. Miss DUen Meyef, of Algona, spent the weekertd fit tiRe home of hei* parents tAi'. and Mrs, Ernest Meyer. Ellen is employed At the ration board in Algohi. The Ladies Auxiliary sefved the Commercial Club supper Monday evening. After the suppef a business meeting was conducted by the president of the club, C. W. Cote. Mrs. Isabella Dawson Of Montana, is visiting at the home of her sister and family, Or. and Mrs. T. L. Williams. M*s. Williams has been quite ill and her sister is caring fo* fief. Mfs. Jaflies ttfauger afflved last week from Oakland, Calif., to visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Erahk Sanford. Mr. frager Is stationed in Oakland with the navy. Miss Nadine Wittenburg, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wittenburg, went to Fort Dodge Sunday where she will spend several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf of Fort Dodge, and their daughter Barbara of Denver, Colo., and Betty, who .is a cadet nurse from Davenport, visited relatives and friends here Saturday evening. •Miss Dorothy Wicklow, who is atending summer school at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend visiting at the home of ftev. attd Mrs. Louis Wittehtoufg, Miss Wicklbw taught in .the LuVerne high school last year. Albert fiede, of California, spent a few dajte visiting at the home of his aunt, Mrs. EmiHe Behnkendorf, and his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behnkendorf. His parents live at Ada, Minn. Gene Robert Will, son of Mr. and Robert Will, and Marlene Sue Lowmiller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lowmiller. were baptized Sunday morning in the Lutheran church by Rev. Louis Wittenburg. Mrs. Mary Hoversten arrived recently from California to visit her mother, Mrs. Kate Barton, and her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs, Etffief Been ift Rlchfftondi in'a wir Want' ' . . Mfs,-William Goetseli end ftef daughter Sjohja Rae left Tuesday by train from Fort jDodge for a week's visit in OManS, NebJ-.i at the home of Mr. and Mrs< O Noland. Dohna MoCfady, of erniore, and DdifiS ^«8fi GdgtscW are taking care of Sheryl Ahtie at the farm home. Mrs. H. E. Peitzke has received word of the marriage of her granddaughter, Fern Allen, and Sigfried Sheflo, both of Minns- apolis, Minn. 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