The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 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 23, 1945
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BESSf '^^i^iff^v^!"'^:' " ; ^ ; <K : {ps'jpf"M;*V;j'ffr :; y;?;• 7. iy ;?•/'''•v.£•.{.''f'.," -.•'-'' the Algotia Uppcf PCS Moirtes, Algona, Iowa, August 23,1845 .Csrners: Mrs. 1 .& <3. wit- naffi tobk her fa'ther. L. 3. 'L*w* .man, to ,Liverntbrij Saturday, where he bdarded the" tram tot Blpomingtoft, 111, Mr, Lowman >has ihree brpthefs, Henry; Malt and "George Lowman, arid three sisters living Is llllnbis wh&m he' expects io visit. He was to reach Blobtn- Jngton Sunday In time to attend -the Lbwman' reunion which'Was to Be held Sunday in the Miller park At Bloomingtoiii Phyllis Rich* Cidet Nurse, H«re Phyllis Rich, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ed Rich, who is a cadet nurse at Des Moines, arrived home Saturday evening. She was ad- corfipanied by Ruth Eike df Po* cahontas., They were present at ihe birthday dinner held Sunday lor Mary Joyce Rich at the Rich home. The girls left for Des Moines again Sunday evening. S-Sgt. Don Ramus Expected Leo 'RamUSes received a long distance call from New York Monday mbrning from Leo's brother S-Sgt. Don Ramus saying he ex- .lief e • iM list ttf Sgt, RaMus haS B8e*ft years, and arrived in Ydrk a Jew days ago ffoni • • Jltty ShiHh'A S<m at Guam Mr", and Mrs. >Ray Smith recently nesfd from their sort Ralph, and learned that lie is located at Guam. f Hey 1 had not kndwn inhere he was stationed. We is now Ph. M, 2-c in the new hospital base No. 18 at Guam. Mr. ahd< Mrsi John Rich spent Sunday afternoon at the lakes. Pfc. Harold Company, who has been home on a 30-day furlough, left Saturday. ' Hls.wlfe and Mrs. Maurice Swint took him as far as Des Moines. •.- . / / . , . Mrs. Ray Smith arid Mrs. Tom Trenary of Burt dressed chickens August 16 for both families to be put in the locker. Mrs. Trenary is Mr. Smith's sister, , . • Mrs. Howard Sarehet, the former Clarice Harlari, received a tele- phb'ne call Sunday from her husband that he had arrived in New York and would be home soon. Mrs. Russel Walker, Mrs. Robert Walker and Mrs. Henry Muller attended a shower at Whittemore Sunday for Mrs. Robert Walker's sister, Mrs. Leonard Lindsey, the former Mareella Prlester. OI1ED Ruice Do you know that you can ) recap the same tire casing many times when you have them serviced in our mod-' «n, electric, mechanical-pressure equipment?, Only O.K. protects your tire casing from additional curing temperature that weakens the fabric of your casing. Remember the right way is O.K. 'LESTER, DeBOLT Phone 308 N. Thorington We have now on track for delivery BERWIND BRIQUETS SO. ILLINOIS STOKER,COAL 'SO. ILLINOIS-LUMP > OKLAHOMA EGG Follow your order through with us and • we.' will endeavor to make prompt delivery. f PHONE 229 F. S. Norton & Son WHIRE "GIVE AND TAKI" WORKS WQNDIRS »ft;f f.«,if^|pttlf JW|?« ; ;. ""'^l^sii^ ®^|^|^|^|p;fi^|;| |ff fI j||r ^fi^:$^ilfe ''•'••'••' t, f'-'- ^yUf'fffyjt ifei^-^^S^J^^^^:^ DOROTHY SWANSON WEDS KENNETH SORENSON, L'VERNE LuVernei Miss Dorothy Swan* son, daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. Erttest Swahson of Lake View, and Kenneth Sorenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Sorenson of LuVerne, were united in marriage Sunday evening, August 18, in the Methodist church with the Rev. Robert fhlilips officiating. The bride is employed as assistant cashier in the local Farmers State Bank and the groom is employed as bookkeeper in the Peerless Oil Company garage. The couple left on a short wedding trip. % Floyd McClafan Funeral Services Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at one o'clock in ,the Methodist church tor, Floyd McClaran who died Sunday afternoon at his home following a lingering illness. Burial was made at Sioux City, Mr. McClaran lived on a farm northeast of town. Rev. Henry Schmidt Died Friends here have received word of the death of Sev. Henry Schmidt, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Kesley, Iowa, formerly pastor of the local Presbyterian church. Rev. Schmidt passed away August 9th at Kesley. Funeral services were held Monday, August 13th, at Rockford, 111., and burial was. made there. He is survived by his wife and four sons. Friendly Neighbor Club Meets • The Friendly Neighbor Club met Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 14, at the home of Marion Morgan with eleven members present. Roll call was answered by giving a "Trip : I Would Like to Take." Entertainment for the afternoon was in charge of Mrs. Irvin Friday who showed a collection of souvenirs sent to her by her brother who is stationed in Germany with' the army. At the business meeting it was voted to give a donation to the "Buddy Box" which is gifts for service men overseas. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting will TDO held at the home of Mrs. Wilson Legler: Edward Ilenderlrkson, Navy, Here Edward Henderirkson of the navy spent several days visiting Ms wife, the former Margaret Miller, and his. two daughters who are making their home with her father, Charles Miller, while her husband is in the service. He will return to the west coast September 18. John Reddel of Indiana is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Reddel. Mr. and Mrs. Carl itanselman were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buenger at West Bend. •William Hoepner Jr. of Omaha visited several days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hoepner. ...Miss Phyllis Lichty.of Mason City spent the week end at:,.the 'home of her parents^ Mr. and Mrs. Phil C. :Lichty. . Mrs.. Georgia , Chapman spent Friday .at Goldfield visiting her father George Kabele, and also with her f isters. . , . • a Mr. and 1 Mrs, Art Kraft and^hil dreh of Eagle Grove viere guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blumer. . , Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf was a visitor recently at the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chism In Algona. Miss Bessie Schmidt of Minneapolis, Minn,, spent several days visiting at the home of her mother Mr$. Emma Schmidt. . Mr. and Mrs. Victory Knary and son of Sioux City spent 'the wejek end at the home of his parents Mr, and Mrs. Emmett Knary. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Powell and son of Yale spent several days visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McClellan. Dr. and Mrs. Everett Schultz arid daughter Sally Joe, of Pella were guests Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schultz. Mr, and Mrs, Conrad Ristau of Ventura were guests recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer. Mrs. Ristau is a sister of Mrs. Meyer, Mrs; Art Maass and three children, Marvin, Lavon and Maybelle, spent a few days in Cedar Falls visiting her mother, Mrs. Lillian Cink. ,' ' Mr. and Mrs, Charles Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch an^ •Doris left Sunday morning for Minnesota where they will spend the week fishing. Mr. and Mrs. D, D, Broadie re- turn'ed home the latter part o{ the week from Granger and Polk City where they had spent a few days visiting relatives and friends., . , Mr, and Mrs. John Nelson have returned from Lake Okpboji where they had spent a, three weeks' vacation, Mr, Nelson is president of the local Farmers State Bank, 'Rev.' and W[rsi Paul' Becjtonan and £ynette came hojne Monday from Cedar Falls where they: had spent three weeks, attending the Evangelical Bible cpnferenqe, : Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman aceprnpanied. by wr parents Mr, and Mrs, fcewis Qlsen of Hujnbpidt, spent from .Tuesday'tjntU Friday Visiting Jriep|s. $ Milwaukee, ,W}s. WJlliliB. Jphnson returned tQ hfj. Jipme at A^n:hp,y, a|ter spending a few 4aya visitiflg at ftp tipme sf hey diHgn," iter an4 feniiiy, Mr, and Mr? ? G. . .. W4' Mrs, J, Arnold wot te StPrm_, ifl hjome home dn Masoft City fiftgr having speBt several days Vlsfllftg at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mafry Licih- ty, A summer Christlftas tree program will be given Suftdfly, Aug 26, In jpie Evangelical church sponsored by the mission band class under the direction of Esther Merkle. The offering Wdll go to China relief. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williams and son Jerry of Oceanside, Calif., are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Larmier, and also at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Williams. Mrs. Emilie Benhnkehdorf accompanied her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chism of Al- goha, to Reinbeck where they Spent Saturday and Sunday visiting their sister and- family, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Dedrlck, Guests Sunday at the; home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk were her parents Mr. and Mrs. Clair Jones of Royal, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wisen- buler and daughter Connie, and Mr. and Mrs. B. A. DeMars and family all of Charles City. The Presbyterian ladies association met Wednesday afternoon at- the country home of Mrs. Guy Trauger. Mrs. Walter Engel had" charge Of the lesson and devotions for the afternoon. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Worship services will resume Sunday In the Presbyterian church after a month's vacation at which time the pastor, Rev. A. R. Smith, attended the McCormlck Theological Seminary in Chicago, 111. He also visited relatives and friends at various places. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Merkle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti went to Cedar Falls Sunday where they attended the closing services of the Evangelical Bible conference. Mrs. Albert Hefti, who had spent two weeks at the conference returned home Sunday and Marilyn Hefti, who had spent the week there, came home also. Swea Cityan Marries In Long Beach, Calif. Swea City: The marriage of Lt. Robert Leland, son of'Mrs. Elfrieda Leland of Swea City, to Karma Averett .Wulffenstein, of Long Beach, Calif., took place in that city on July 12. Robert, who is a graduate of the Swea City high school and of Western Union college at LeMars, ,. coached st Superior, Iowa, before, entering •the air transport command. The Sam Shipler family returned last week from a visit with rel- Rev. iFr. Eischeid, of Armstrong, was a caller at the George Butterfield, Sr., home last Sunday even 7 ing. Alta Jean Smith, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. Albert Eggers, for the past month left Thursday by bus from Armstrong to return to her home at Mangum, Okla. Alta Jean, who was graduated from the Mangum high school in June of this year, had made her home with the Eggers family for some time about -five years ago. WKOTA FATHER MEETS SON HE HAD NOT SEEN Lakota: Mrs. Margaret Oemelke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Price, was happily surprised last week when she received a telephone call from her husband, Pfc. Herbert Gemelke, who arrived at Estherville for a 30-day furlough from Italy where he has been in service.'Mr. and Mrs. Price, Mrs. Gemelke and little son Bobby met him at Estherville. Mr. Gemelke had never seen the little son, who is almost six months old. The fam r ily left Sunday for Pilgar for a two weeks visit with Herbert's mother Mrs. Louisa Gemelke. Mrs. Gemelke has made her home with her parents for the past year. Mrs. Murray's Fa,thcr Dies Word was received Monday morning that Mrs. H. H. Murray's father N. C. Hanson of Forest City lad pasesd away at the Park hospital in Mason City following a month's illness with heart trouble. Visits Father in Baraboo Mrs. Margaret Warburton, Des Moines, who has been visiting relatives here left for Baraboo, Wis., via. train from Algona Saturday evening for a visit with her brother William Noble and family. She will return here for another weeks visit before going back to Des Moines. Heetland Children Home BM 1-c Merle Heetland came lome from Norfolk, Virginia, for a 30-day furlough last week and will report on the west Coast following his visit. Eldih Heetland received a medical discharge in July and is now at .home here. Iris Ann Heetland who is employed in civil service in St. Paul, Minn, spent the week end with the family. All three are children of Mr. and Mrs. John Heetland. Mrs. John Miners, Spring Valley, Minn., is visiting relatives here this week. She Was formerly Ahnie Ennen. Mr. and Mrs. 1, E. Wortman spent Sunday with Mrs. Wortman's sister Mrs. Edgar Allen at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Art Lester accompanied the Dale Downings to Boone Sunday and will visit relatives there for a few days. Mrs. C. A, Gutknecht, Emma utknecht, Lena Gutknecht, Mrs. E. A. Wortman and son Billie were Mason City visitors Friday. Mrs. W. E. Ley entertained a Eew friends Thursday afternoon at a coffee party honoring Mrs. Margaret Warburton, Des Moines. Mrs. Mar Nitz was taken to St. Joseph hospital in Mankato Tuesday, Aug. 14, and submitted to n major operation the following day. Leonard Selbolt, the Rufus Olth- offs and Anna Baumann spent last week Sunday at the Henry Bun- foskes at Algona and attended the rodeo. The Andrew Jansens visited at the Tom Loats at Titonka Sunday. A son, Arthur Loats, came home Friday on a'30-day furlough from overseas duty. Margaret, 7 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ennen, underwent an appendicitis operation at the Blue Earth hospital, Friday and is recovering. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ballard, West Union, came Saturday for a visit with the A. E. Ander$otts arid Sunday they all left for a cottage near Fairmont where they will enjoy a vacation for a week, _. The Jerry Heetlands. the James Smiths and Patricia Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paulson arid Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith Spent Sunday at Iowa Lake Where they enjoyed fishing and a picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Downing and two sons spent last week Visiting at the Vance Lesters. Mrs. Downing is a sister of Vance Lester and a niece of Mrs. Art Lester. They left ; day,: and the Km RlaytftoM -M^ went to WaWfljf M6ndiyy r to attend '& three, tiafi ventidh of the" Iowa * at St. Paul LiitKSfM Wartburg college in Wa^My^ Mr. and MM. A, :Q, Md_. and two children of wllnfiari Gall came last week for a Visit Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mf Mrs. A. T. Budkels aftd hef Mrs. Esther Zimmerman..! ».™,,,- s will also visit at Thief Falls, MlittttM before going back. '^ :: <'sM Read The Want''Ada— It Fays GRAINS ARE GREAT FOODS" Ladies' Sites •• -- N 12 to 20 DON'T BOTHER TO TELL US... We've worn S&L's winter coats every year. We know all about the wonderful quality and careful tailoring. And this year the selection is as beautiful as ever... in luxurious fleeces, smooth melton and suede cloths. JUST ARRIVED! .. .Print Toweling Attractive red, green, or blue pattern. Limit: 5 ytrdi to • \tgkf customer. Per yd •>•.........'. | W JKellogg's Corn Flakes bring ypu'nearly all; ,tthe protective food elements of the whole (grain declared etaentialtohumannutritiog. j Vault ^Note- ,Vr We've done so many exciting things with gabardines... twills... ant) flannels this year. You'll love the bright new colors and quaint con- tr st trims on our back-to-school dresses. Sizes 9 to 17 and 10 to 20. 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