The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1945 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 23, 1945
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BMHMMMI PRffiBES AT FENTON IM - ,_—v.i! Mr. and tytrSi gdwari Priebe W6f« pleasantly surprise Saturday evening by 6 group 1, friends and Natives who Helpec them celebrate their twenty-fifth }yedd Jig anniversary. Mr. and Mrs Prieb^ daughter and her husband fclannejl the surprise and were hos and hostess. The guests were as follows: Mr and Mrs. Clarence Priebe of Al* gona, Mr. and Mrs.' Truman Thompson of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Priebe and Janice, Mr. and Mrs Ernest Votteler, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck, Mr* and ,Mrs. Edwin Grrlen- ert, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Ernest Priebe and Donnie Priebe, all- of Fenton. , ''500" was played at five tables with Mrs. E. K;- Johnson and Mer- . . vin Priebe winning high prizes and Mrs. Truman Thompson and Edw. Priebe winning low prizes. At the close of the evening a delicious lunch Was served by the host and .hostess. The honorees received several gifts from the guests as a remembrance of this occasion. Annual Mission Festival The annual Mission Festival Was celebrated at the* Falrville Lutheran church Sunday. The morning speaker was Rev. J. Hartmeister o Altamount, 111, A pot luck dinner Was served fit.hoM,The afternoon Ipeakef was Rev; WVFrtedrleh of Featoij, The visiting pastors and their families were served supper by the ladies of the congregation. froiift Visitors Rose Mary. Finnestad and Mrs. Attie Sjhostrum and daughter 6t Minneapolis came Friday to spendl the week end at Fenton. Rose Mary spent tHe time with her parents Mr, and Mrs. Amos Fln- flestad and Mrs. Attle Sjhostrum spent it with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lars Flhhestad. Brenda Finnestad, daughter of the Amos Fin- lestads, accompanied them back Sunday to spend a week with her sister Rose Mary and aunt Mrs. jhostrum. TRUCK OVERTURNS WITH ELEVEN HOGS WESTOFBURT DANCES LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, August 24 Carl Bean Tuesday, August 28" Eddie Wilfahrt Friday, August 31 .Jimmy Smith Tuesday, Sept. 4 "Skipper" Berg Mrs. Forrest Hanifah and Bar-^ >ara Jane attended a party at Lone lock Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry, Lindsey pent Sunday with \Mr. Lindsey's ister Mrs. Dick Umstead of Fairmont. Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Mrs. Jrnest Votteler were Saturday af- ernoon shoppers in Algona. They Iso visited with Mrs. Kate Wegner of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Webber Yager of enton and Miss Rose Mary Fin* estad of Minneapolis were Sun- ay dinner guests at the Amos innestad • home. Mrs. Jake Schwartz, went to.Ro- hester Sunday and will remain with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Karl Schwartz of Gray, Iowa, who Was taken back to the 1 hospital at Rochester. / . Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantle- mann came home Friday from Rochester where Mr. Hantlemann had undergone an-operation some time ago.;/At this writing he is getting along satisfactorily. Bert Schuelke of Storm Lake and Rev. J. Hartmeister of Altamount, 111., spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Rev. A. F. Rehder home. Mr. Schuelke is Mrs. •Rehder's father and Rev. Hartmeister was the guest speaker at the (Mission Festival at Fairville Sunday. Mrs. Harold Ditsworth and daughter, Patricia, spent Saturday at the E. K. Johnson home. They were accompanied home by the Ditsworth, son, 'George, who had spent the week in Des Moines and lad come home from there with Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, who also spent the week there. *»~±~f~±' " «-«%.«. ^^m/iiguig to Joe Me _nke, Bancroft, and driven by John Johnson, overturned on the curve a half mile West of Burt the first of the week. The truck, Which contained elven fat hogs belonging to Wm. Quinn, Bancroft, failed to make the turn.' Neither the driver or a boy, who was with hl1 ", were injured, but one hog was killed, and one or two others badly injured. Considerable damage was done to the truck. Clifford Holding was called and one of his trucks went out and the hogs were rounded up and taken on to Algona.' David Christensen Honbrce Saturday afternoon Mrs. Jim Christensen entertained ten little b °ys and girls at a picnic in honor of David ' Christensen's seventh birthday. On Sunday Mrs. Harts Christensen and son Axel, Rin-*- sted, the Clifford Krautzs, Titonka, Mrs. George Koestler and the George Koestler Jr. family Were supper guests at the Christensen home in honor of the same event. Set. Lester Schwietert Weds Sgt. Lester B. Schwietert and Veneta M. Beckner, Clear Lake, were married at the Little Brown church near Nashua last Week Tuesday. Sgt. Schwietert is a former Burt boy and brother of E. C. Schwietert and Mrs. Vernel Hardgrove. He recently returned from overseas. Gertrude Meyer spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, Lotts Creek. She returned home-Sunday evening. Jay D." Graham spent Sunday with relatives in Mason City. The W. B. Officers were dinner guests Friday evening at the H. A. Thompson home. The Ed Kienitzs visited the Pete Heien.and Bill Kienitz homes in Lakota Sunday. Mrs. Edith Reece, Lincoln, Nebr., came Saturday for a visit at the R. J. Nealy home. The Allen Hinckleys left Sunday to spend a few days vacation witn his parents in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Mann have moved into the Mann house, recently vacated by the Henry Gett- mans. The U. S. W. A. meets Thursday evening at the school house. The •sewing meeting will be Friday afternoon. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon attended the wedding of her niece Jo Ann Lowe at Mankato, Minn., last •week Wednesday. -.Mrs.,R. W. Rasch was brought home Friday from Iowa City where she underwent an operation several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith were Lake" Okoboji visitors Sunday They met Lt. (j. g.) and Mrs. Robert Jensen there. Capt. and Mrs. Ronald M. Elvidge returned Sunday from Lake Vermillion, Minn., where they had spent ten days fishing. Mrs. W. F. Gildner and son's, Waterloo, came, Monday for a few days visit with her parents, Dr. Mrs. Hiram Ward and children returned last week Thursday from a two weeks visit with Mrs. Ward's sister at Buffalo Center. ' The Arie Dittmers spent the week end at Ames. The Quinten Bjustroms accompanied them to Bopne and visited relatives there. The O. H. Grahams recently received a card from the war department, saying that their son, >-pl. Bruce Graham, was being erit overseas. The Ross Buffingtons, Titonka, were Sunday afternoon visitors :t he Mike Arends home. The Ed- mund Larsons spent the at the Arend home. Clayton Moore, Cedar ftaplds. and his sister Mrs. Leonard Schmidt, and two daughters, Bode, spent a couple of days last Week at the Paul Moore home. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Fairbanks and baby left Tuesday for their home at Fort Wayne, ind., after spending nearly a week with his mother Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. W. H. Vogel has been confined to his. bed for several days recovering from an injury he received When he fell from a tractor last Thursday. He fell on a rod of the tractor. Bill Boettcher Jr. who is a member of the Bancroft base ball team, started Saturday with the team for Oklahoma City, Okla., where the national tournament is being held. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell visited Sunday at the W. E. Thomas home at Lake Crystal, Minn. From there they went to Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Buell was to have a check-up. The Fred Lavrenz family and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Bredeson home at Lake Mills. Dorothy Lavrenz remained for a day or two longer. •Mrs. Gordon Whitmore and son Gene came Saturday from Sheldon for a visit with Mrs. Whitmore's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Volentine. The Whitmores recently returned from Portland, Ore. The Clifford Holdings and Mrs. L. R. Daniels met the Harold Robas, Swea City, and the Russell Rotoas, Elmore, Minn., at the Elmer Krenitz home in Lakota for a picnic supper Sunday evening, Sgt. and Mrs. Dale Kennedy left Sunday for Mason City after a week's visit with Sgt. Kennedy's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kennedy. They were to leave Tuesday for Midland, Texas, where he is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Grooms left Monday for their home in Chicago after spending a three weeks vacation at the homes of Mrs. Grooms' brothers Clarence Scott, of Ledyard, and Charles and Louis Scott, here. Mrs. Lawrence Stainbrook and three daughters went to Whittemore Saturday to spend a few days at the P. L. Stainbrook home. When they return they plan to move to Blue Earth, Minn., where Mrs. Stainbrook's parents live, and will sell their home here. The W. J. Lockwoods and Delores Black visited relatives in Humboldt Friday. Earl Lockwood, Mr. Lockwood's nephew, left that .day for Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, after completing a furlough at home. He had just returned from the Pacific previous to his furlough. Mrs. Bahne K. Bahnson and her niece, Bonnie Schuldt, and Mrs. J. H. Graham spent Sunday in Webster City. Mrs. Bahnson and Bonnie visited Mrs. Bahnson's parents and Mrs. Graham visited her sister, Mrs. R. A. Iliff. Bonnie left Monday to visit her grandparents at Inwood. ' Mrs. Anna Phelps, Minneapolis. Minn., visited from Friday to Tuesday at the l Charles ;PheJps home.•'• Saturday Mr. and .Mrs; Charles Phelps, their guest Mrs. Bernard Phelps and children and Mrs. F. O. Stow visited Mrs. Carrie Taylor and the Mervin Bristows at Algona.' The Herman Bussies, Mr. ancl Mrs. C. W. Reynolds and Gary, Mr; and Mrs. August Bellinger aric} Mrs. Werner Strencher and children, Algona, and Sgt. Lillian Bellinger, who arrived Saturday from Eltow, Calif., were Sunday dinner guests at the Wes Robinson home in Bancroft. ' Mrs. Joe Madden, Fenton, and her mother, Mrs. Ida Kohl, Cedar Rapids, were Thursday dinner guests at the R. F. Hawcott home. Other recent visitors' at the Hawcott home included ,Mrs.- Henry Engstrom, Wesley, who spent Wednesday afternoon there, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jenson, Algona, who spent Thursday evening, Sgt.' Dale Kennedy, Saturday afternoon caller, and Mr. and Mrs. George Madden and daughter Vivian, Ringsted, who spent Sunday evening there. ANOMR~FSlY PICMCSATPARK Sexton: Call State Park was the setting for another family reunion Aug. 5 when 38 members of the Pink family gathered there, Uncle David Pink, oldest one present, was guest of honor. 'He is 96 years old. A picnic dinner -was served at noon to Mr. and Mrs. D. J, Pink; Mr, and Mrs. J, H. Pink; Mr, and Mrs Frank Grimes, Buffalo Center; Mr, and Mrs. John Pink, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott and son Keith. Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Kranz and daughter, Jane Amesbury and son Billy Amesbury, Titonks; Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Bolemus and grand- childrerj James, Elizabeth and Thomas Asa; Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. John T./Ink and son Sgt. Howard Pink oOhe army ,ajr fp.reesj Mrs. Avis. Berliiv and ^daughter Janet, Hamptpn.. : •,,:":•.,'' Mr,, $nd 3$rs> Jtgy McMahon snd waugijter. Pauline, &lgpna; Mr. gpd Mrs. .R, k Hswley «o4 gr'ahd^ daughter Constance Joy UeWilde, Mason.cjtyj m and, Mjs, B, g Sanders, Sestenj MP, and Mrs, gepy ^arfitbav'S, Belftr Minn;; Mrs. .Mary Morris, Qhjcago, H},' , Iowa, August 23,194S FORMER SWEA MAN KILLED IN FRANCE Swea-Eagle: Relatives here have received a War Department message saying that S-Sgt. Fred Anderson was killed in France July 24. According to last letters received, he was with a bomber base repair crew. Born in Swea township Oct. 28, 1907, Sergeant Anderson left this community 12 years .ago and was in the automobile business in Los Angeles when he entered service. His wife and daughter live there. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anderson, preceded him in death. Brothers and sisters surviving are Mrs. Franz Carlson, Mrs. John A. Erickson, Mrs. John E. Anderson of Swea City, and Mrs. Manford Petterson, Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. Thomas McCrill.-of Sheldon, and Dewy Anderson, of Boone. the hospital, where he had previously undergone an operation. Miss Dorothy Ann Thieman. whose home is at Albert City but who is a student nurse at the towa Lutheran Hospital in Des Moines came Friday and spent the week end with Betty Jean Schwartz at the J. A. Schwartz home. The girls are classmates and they will graduate from the Iowa Lutheran Hospital in September. .f°? are Earl Mrs; if azel gt'ott, " " '" r .,™..$PtBt tspday .here JW^ffc r --"irtJK Wii mm IBilPo'-*.'•-»*4 I'-jssSswtS' A Finnestad family reunion was held Sunday at Hydro-Electric park Ft. Dodge. Relatves from Fenton, Fort Dodge, Boone, Ogden and Des Moines attended. Those from Fenton were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fmnestad and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Amer Cody and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Finnestad and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad and family, Mrs. Ted LeFeure, of Brookings, S. D., and Miss Bertha Anderson, of Valley City, N. D. Mr. and Mrs.-Hildreth Pettit accompanied Mr. and Mrs Paul Voigt to Fort Dodge' Friday. Bob Goetsch was taken back to the Emmetsburg hospital Friday and on Saturday was operated on for appendicitis and peritonitis. Two weeks ago he returned from JARS, CAPS, LIDS and RUBBERS And follow Instructions In llw Ball Blue Book. To get your copy •end lOc with your name and address to- Mil MOTHERS COMPANY, Munclt, Ind. NEW MACHmUltt Steel tractor mounted sweep rakes. Flare wagon boxes. Steel hog feeders and stock tanks. Electric motors and pump jacks. Endgate seeders. Manure loaders. « Grain blowers, 2 h. p. Fairbanks gas engine. Air Compressors. Used Machinery No. 2 5-ft. Minnesota mower, excellent condition. 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