The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1945 · Page 9
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tltfllllP't^^ ','-"'-••• > August 4, IM& iH and- Mrs f aUl Stude* aM children 1 . Mrs, wens studer'a hbnie «ae day last week, Mrs. Stude* at tended the miscellaneous post* nttptial Shower for Mrs, Clyde FROM CANCER . Out Last Weiley! Funeral serviced wefe held July- 21 at St. Joseph's datho lie church for '.hillUS LOfeiii, 68 wha died at his home fhufsdaj flooft froln cance? ol the liver, He hftd ^been in the Mercy hosplta Mason <21ty,Jor 16 days and had been home 'a. week befow his death* Hev. t./tf. Klein officiated a the reqiuteht high mass. ,Mr. Lorenfc was born April 12 1887, at ZamiberCj Bohemia. He came t6 America with his parents at the age of 8 and they settled near Manly, moving later to Britt There he married Antoinette Stirat. Lived at Brltt The JLorenzes lived at Brltt un til 1928, then moved to Wesley He operated a garage until 16 years ago when he began running a Texaco a gasoline station. Mr. Lorenz Is survived by his widow and five children— Sister Mary Joel, of the St. Ff anciS Cofr vent, Milwaukee, Wis.; Chief pet <ty officer Joseph of the navy; T-Sgt, Edward Lorenz, now in France; Pfc. iPaul Lorenz, now in the Pacific war zone, and Theresa, at home. Also surviving are four brothers— -Anton, of Britt; Adolph, of Council Bluffs; Philip, of Stockton, Calif.; and Joseph, of Britt, arid two sisters, Mrs. Robert Harrington and Mrs. James Hellirian, of Kalespell, Mont. • Pallbearers. Pallbearers were Oliver Young, Clarence Ward, Henry Shore, Leo Bleich, J. P, Hauptman and George Hirner. Burial was in St. Joseph's Sister Mary Joel, the former Mary Lorenz, had been here with her father during his hospitalization and returned for the funeral. She has taught third and fourth grades . in a parochial school at Canton, Ohio, for several years tout will not return there for the coming year . Her companion to •the funeral was Sister Veronica, who was a-' Japanese prisoner of war several months. V Chief Petty Officer Joseph arrived in Wesley 10:30 a. m. Thursday, not knowing of his father's serious illness and had 'been visiting with him when he died at 12:30 p. m. Edward and Paul were cabled about their father's condition, but no^sjriswer had been received' fronPHiiem by the first of the week. ; - •-.-,'• smith, the forme* Bemadine Metille at the home of Mrs. Foley Thursday 'afternoon of last week. Mother, Brother, Mis arid 1 Mrs.'All Hildman and son Jimmy Jerry, spent ffOni Tuesday of last week until Monday at his parental, Mrs. Tillle Hildman home, and at the home of his brother, John and family.,Alf is on a 30-day furlough from the European war zone and will take further training in Illinois and Virginia. Mrs. Hildman and son reside In Des Moines. Goes to Fort Riley. Hugh Llckteig left Saturday for Tort Riley, Kan., following a furlough here at his parental Louis Uekteig home. He had been sta- loned at Camp Robinson, Ark., ind his wife, the former Barbara Schrauth, had been • with him here. She now is at her parental Ben Schrauth home. Comes from Kelly Field. 'Ed Johnson came from Kelly Field, Tex.', Monday to spend a 12-day furlough at his mother's lOme. He is in the air corps. Will Johnson recently met Paul Lorenz on an island in the South Pacific. Vill is, mechanic on a P47. Mrs. Helen Johnson is the mother of Ed and-Will. Mrs. Chas. Kraus was a Mason dity business caller last Thursday. Rose and Christine Arendt, of ilgona, were callers at the John Hildman home Thursday. Mr. Albert Lichteig and two hildren were Sunday guests at tie Vincent Elsenbacher home. Mrs. Clarence Ackerson visited elatives -at Albert Lea, Minn,, everal days over the weekend. The American Legion Auxilary vlll meet-Thursday evening, Aug. Mrs.''Leo Bleich will be hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin visited the Andrew Oppe- ahls at Goldfield and Mrs. Peter Larson at Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz and wo children end Mrs. Rita Ricke nd two children visited the<Frank Uckes at Bobne Sunday. Mrs. Louis Wingert and daugh- er went to her parents' home at ump River, Wis., Monday for a islt. Mrs. Wingert's brother is ome on furlough. •Don 'Hill, of;'Racine, Wis., came (Clroivded Out Last Week) FIRESTONE RECAPPING HERE IN by, Johnson ditch rlght- " < " ired: '•'•'•' : •'••£>!• our own Shop Laura Hanson Is taking a twd peeks' vacation from the Kresert- sky store. Mn. Ha? Hogatt of Ccesco township is in Rochester for treatment for her eyes. Frances McKirlck of Minneapolis is spending the week here at the Sears Roebuck order store. Air. and Mrs. Will F. Walker left today for Des Moines to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. Robert Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert .Richardson, had lis tonsils removed Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shuts came lOme Tuesday from Anamosa Where they spent ten days with ;he letter's mother. Mrs. 'Marvin Clements and Mrs. Ray Beamish and children, Jeanne and Jerry, are spending this week at a cottage at Clear Lake. W, L. Martin, who underwent hree operations a few weeks ago, s recovering nicely and has recently been able to get outside a little. Howard Forsberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Forsberg, is expected home this week for a 30- day furlough. He has been in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Glossi and on, Bill, returned Monday from Chicago and Milwaukee where Mr. jGiossi did some buying for the Lusby & Giossi store. Kathryn Schoby, ' her Cousin Phyllis Schoby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schoby, and Mrs. Jean Ulrich spent the week end at Lake Okoboji. Win. Galbraith and his daughter-in-law Mrs. B. - A. Galbraith and family went to Des Moines Thursday on business. They expect to be gone two or -three days. Betty Hertlg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor iHertig of Clear Lake, is visiting at the home of her aunt Mrs. Jack Craig and grandparents Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Hertig. Mrs. Clarence Ncwkirk is a new clerk at the Elite Shop while Gusta Patterson is on vacation. Mrs. Newklrk'S husband is a sergeant at the P. W. camp. She is an experienced clerk. Tom Beardsley, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley, left Wednesday for Des Moines where he was sworn into the navy two weeks ago. After a final check-up he will begin boot training. Mrs. Mabel Potter of Spencer is visiting at the G.'E. Hayne home where she is helping care for Mr. Hayne, who recently underwent an operation at Rochester, and is not recovering as fast as was hoped he would. Ronald Peterson, son, of Mrs. Florence Peterson, is spending this week with David Shumway at from Clear Lake where MrS, Craig and the children had spent the Week with her brother Victor Hertlg and family. Mr. Craig spent the week end with them. Margaret Beardsley came hdme Monday from San Francisco where she has been a secretary in the Paramalee-Dohrmann Co. the past few weeks. She had previously been employed for three years by Consolidated Aircraft at San Diego, until early in June. Margaret is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs; C. H. Beardsley. Two students of the Open Bible Institute in Des Moines are spending the summer at the home of Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Baker. They are Miss Wilma Jean Altmier and Miss Jery Rourke. Recently they conducted "a two weeks "Troupe School" for children of the church. Fifty-six were enrolled and on July 13 a- program was given to which the adults were Invited. Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. J. N* Kenefick and children came home Sunr day from Okoboji where they have been vacationing. The doctor arrived about ten days ago from the west coast after 11 months of sea duty. He Is on a 25-day leave. Mrs. Kenefick and the children had been at the lake for a while before the doctor's return. Dr. Kenefick will report back to his ship August 8. Mary Anderson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Homer Anderson, is home from Des Moines where she has been studying music at Draki University. The last of the week she had to return for "a" test. Virginia King, daughter of Mr. am Mrs. David King accompanied her for a brief visit. Miss Anderson will continue her studies in the fal but is not certain at what school she will enroll. X-one Keek Matt In England Leonard A. Schultz, water tender 3c, of Lone Rc-ck, arrived in Falmouth, England, June 20 on the LST 294. The boat had just completed a 3-week voyage Carrying liberation troops to Germany am Norway as her last mission iri the European area. His mother is Mrs Alice S. Schultz. Kollasch At Great Lakes Eugene C. Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs. Charles R. Kollasch Whlttemore, is receiving his initia naval indoctrination at Grea Lakes, 111. ' Chances Are You If Won* Get NewTiresfor \ a Long Time to Comet HERE ARE THE FACTS: It is true that more new tires are being allocated but only most, essential "B" and ' "0" card holders are getting them. "A" card holders are not eligible, You can keep your car rolling by recapping your tires nowthe Firestone way, Get the Shumway cottage at Okoboji. Next week he and David will attend the Junior High Presbyterian camp at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Craig and 'children J iTetUfned;'"Sunday : ;.night Sunday morning to visit'his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Ward, and other relatives. He is on leave from the navy. Mrs. Viola Studer and Everett Ackerson visited the former's two daughters Jeannine 'and Mrs. Julius K]elch and 'Mrs. Ketch's family in Estherville Sunday. Mrs. Elsie Philips, of Cicero, 111., and her father, George Kelch, Sr., of Kanawha, visited the-former's sister Mrs. Irene StUder, Wednesday afternoon last week. • Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hrubes, Mr, and Mrs. Will Hrubes and baby and Mr. and Mrs. John (Reims and daughter, of Duncan, were Sunday guests at the R. C. Bauer home. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Venteicher, of-Buffalo Center, were callers at the Will Martinek home Monday. Their daughter Anita came by bus from Osage where she had been visiting. f - . ' Mr. and Mrs. 'Jerry. Thissen, Jack Thissen, home on furlough, and their mother, Mrs. Jack Thissen, Sr., of Fort Dodge, were visitors at the Ed Hauptman home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kunz and Billy were guests of the Tom McMahons in their cottage at Clear Lake last week. 'Mrs. Kunz and Billy stayed till Sunday, . Mr. and Mrs. John Walker and baby, of Rapids City, S. D., visited a few days at the Will Martinek home, The Walker family lived in the Doan neighborhaad about 20 years ago. A thresher meeting was held at the John Hildeman home Monday evening. The ladies accompanied their husbands and spent a social evening, after ~ which Mrs. Hildman served refreshments, .'-...' Mrs. Matilda Johnson, who is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Will'Becker, at Algpna, fell downstairs last week and broke her collar bone, Mrs. Johnson is the mother of Mrs. J. C, Haverly, jflr, ana Mrs, Philip eon and son, of, RqpkweU: City,...,.,. July J§ guests at .the QJetus pit? home on the WJU '" With W§ grgndparents jfqf a pnd Mrs,, John Welter, Pu- jnd Mrs. Roland 'Wsld* «{ fopfDodge, snej)t.this " ^BWfnt^BSI* Qi.ftH" FACTORY* METHOD RECAPPING Shpi Prepprflpnatfly M «4ppJ9ff, yow lfter«w'fw»oB» (Hrfefir, fflUwge, (Crowded Out Last Week) Country Club Dinners— A two-ball foursome and dinner party was given Sunday at the Algona Country Club with 105 members present. The committee in charge was Ralph Miedke, Fred. Timm, Virginia Greer, L. M. Merritt, Kay Setchell, Allen Buchanan, and Dick Post and the men's wives. Mr. and Mrs. Torsten Lagerstrom entertained fourteen friends Monday evening at the Country Club. The Lagerstroms are new people in Algona and are spending the rest of the year here before moving next March to a farm which they have purchased in Union township. Vuanita Wegener Weds— Vuanita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener, and Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Estel Rentz of Burt, were married at 3 in the af- ternon Thursday, July 19, at the Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago.^T-he Rev; Mills preformed the single ring ceremony. : The 'bride'was attired in a yellow streetlength dress and White accessories and wore a gardenia corsage. Neoma Thompson, of Fenton, sister of the bride, wore a teal blue dress and corsage of pink roses. Mrs. Rentz was graduated from the Lone Rock high school in 1940 and has been employed at the Algona Prisoner of War Camp. Russell is a gunners mate, first class in the navy and has spent 23 months overseas, but has been home on a leave. He reported for duty at Boston, Mass. His wife will go to Boston in the near future to be with him until he is ordered to sea when sh,e will return to Algona and live with the parental Wegpners. Riverdale Rustlers— Last Wednesday the Riverdale Rustlers' 4-H Club met with ten girls responding to .roll call which was to name one famous-woman and make a statement about her. Mary Thilges acted as hostess and Helen Becker assisted. Wanda Steele and Mary Thilges gave picture studies and Verena Kayser and Kathryn Kirsch gave homa furnishing talks. The girls learned to crochet under the supervision of Mrs. Patterson, the club leader. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be at th.» home of Thelma Bormann on August 22. Showers for Maxine Hood— A personal shower, was given Wednesday evening for, Maxine Hood, whose approaching marriage has been announced, at the Harlan Frank! home. Hostesses were Mrs. Frankl a.nd her sister Genevipve Sterling. Nineteen guests were present with £tonna Hill winning the prize for "Cootie". A buffet luncheon was served the guests. The bride-elect received many lovely gifts, •Mrs, Wm. Barry, Sr., entertained at a miscellaneous sho. wer last Wednesday lor Cregco Mothers $,#$ Daughters— The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club met Wedjjesday, July 18, With Mr§, Jog JJenry, Mr?, Garland Bpdley assisting, 'Mrs. jpe iBusch" er was, to Charge of, thejneeting was attendee] &y |?7, Roll with bright (Crowded Out Last Week) KOSSUTH HOSPITAL. July 12: Mrs. O'Donnell, Lone Rock, boy. July 13: Mrs. Orville Carey Estherville, surgical; Mrs. Ben Ried, Algona, medical: July 14: Mrs. Doris Hudson, Algona, baby, died; Mrs. Eugene Hutchins, Algona, boy; Mrs. Geo. St. John, Algona, medical. July 15: Mrs. J. J. Harms, Titonka, medical. July 16: Alvlna Kenna, Bancroft, Richard and Marjorie Dudding, Bancroft, tonsilectomy and adenoids. July 17: Mrs. J. W. Nelson, Lone Rock, surgical; Carl, Mary Jean, and Joe Johnson, Bancroft, David and Lavonne Buckelman, Titonka, tonsilectomy and adenoids. July 18: Robert Kain, Algona, JoAnn Meinzer, Bancroft, tonsil- ectomy and adenoids; Mrs. Don Cook, Algona, girl. July 19: Thomas Nurre, Bancroft, Jerry Koestler, Burt, Jimmie Vaske, Bancroft, tonsilectomy and adenoids; Mrs. K. Fraser, Algona, girl. July 20: Mrs. Don McCarthy, Algona, boy; Mrs. Delmar-Plathe, Bode, boy; Patricia O'Donnell, Lone Rock, Mary Ricke, Bancroft, Margaret Fisher, Lone Rock, Lorraine Drummer Wesley, tonsil- estomy and adenoids. July 22: Charles Lee Armstrong, Livermore, medical. July 24: Mildred Fangman, Algona, Irene Blacker, Bancroft, Al-' S vina Eden, Wesley, tonsilectomy = and adenejdB, GENERAL HOSPITAL. July 12: Dennis Schiltz, Bancroft, surgical; Mrs. Geo. 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