The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1945
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^ti';^ : ?;i') : \v" r; .K : ..'- JiEWOFTORS Fentoh! The FeWton •4-H club met at the home of Phyllis Blerstedt, Sept. i. During the business) meeting new officers were elected. THey are as follows: President, Deletes Mueller; vibe president, Gfcsce Mueller; secretary, Anna .Rae "Welsbrod; treasurer, Mary -Bier* stedt; historian, Gladys Mueller; reporter, (Phyllis Bierstedt. Dies at Emmetsmirg Mrs. Otto Nemitz of Emmetsburg, mother of Mrs. Bill Brass of Fenton, passed away Thursday evening. . The funeralAvas Monday afternoo'n at Emmetsburg. The annual Mission Festival was held at the Fenton Lutheran church Sunday, Dennis and Rodney Prlelbe, sons of Art Priebes of Lone Rock, visited at Ray Priebes Wednesday. Silas 'Flnnestad of Chicago spent from Monday to Friday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lars Finnestad. Tech. Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Berkland were Sunday and Monday visitors at the Lloyd Berkland home. Miss Lorraine Wegener of Des iMoines spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Wegener. fflis MM Marte Iteheii of fentdn and Miss Bertha Solbfifg bMJeptfc 1 Will- teach in Ledyafd this,year. Mrs, C.«< Wewel and Mrs. G, 8. JbhJison took LaVonne Newel to Hartley Saturday where she will start teaching Monday. Miss Viola Mueller, daughter of the F. C. Muellers, left from Primghar Saturday. She will teach the fourth grade 'there this year. ' Mr, and Mrs. Fred Thacket ac*. eompahled by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langerman spent from Monday to Friday fishing in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hantle- mann and family of Minneapolis were visitors at the Wm. Hantle- mann home over the week end. Mrs. E. J. Frank and Mrs. Howard (Rabey took Barbara Frank to Eagle Grove Saturday. She will start her teaching duties Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte, Bel- tnond and Ivadell and Miss Elsie Williams were Sunday dinner guests at the John Schallin home. Miss Eunice Krause and Mrs. Cecelia Bloomquist of Des Moines spent the'Labor Day week end at their parental home, the Walter Krauses. Miss Virginia Hengel and Miss Mariort Hengel of Des Moines spent the week end and Labor Day .at the home of their parents Rich- 'ard Hengels. Mr.' and Mrs. Frank Behne have moved into the house they bought from Dr. Mueller and Mrs. Theodore Bleckwenn moved into her house, which was vacated by Behnes.', CATTLE FEEDERS ATTENTION! Don't let this protein shortage stop you from getting in your Feeder Cattle. It looks like part of our corn crop Is going to get ripe, which makes us all happy. But there st|H will be a lot of late planted corn for slinge. TANVILAC has profcn Itself this year for cattle feeding. Just last week the Grand Champion Baby Beef at the Kossuth County 4-H Club Show showed you feeders what a TANVILAC finish and bloom looks like. This calf was fed Home Grown Grains PLUS TANYILAC, fed by John Coady, Burt, Iowa. TANVILAC may be purchased from your local Feed Dealer or Feed Mixer, and If I can'be of any service to. any Livestock Feeder at any time call Phone No. 215 W. Collect. RALPH TICE Distributor ALGONA, IOWA ANOTHER SOLDIER TAKES A BRIDE, SUNDAY, WLUYERNEHOME LuVerne: Darlene, eldest daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Ramus of Des Moines, and Pfc. Lyle Luch- siftger. son of Mr .and Mrs. Chris Luchsinger of Hardy, were united in marriage Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus, with the Rev. Robert Phillips, pastor of the local Methodist church officiating. Dixie Ramus, sister of the bride attended as bridesmaid and Gerald Ramus, brother of the bride, was the best man. The bride wore a pale green suit and the bridesmaid chose a pink street length dress. The groom wore the uniform of the United States Army and the best man wore a Navy blue suit. Guests at the wedding were her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus. A six o'clock wedding dinner was served at the Ramus home for the bridal party and the guests. The couple left on a short wedding trip following the dinner. Pfc. Luchsinger recently returned home after spending several months overseas where he was wounded in action. He will report to a camp in Texas in two weeks. The bride is a 1945 graduate of the Des Moines high school and the groom attended the Vernon Consolidated school. On 21-Day Furlough I Sgt. Nick Wolf is spending a 21-day furlough with his wife, the former Betty Thompson and with his daughter Carol. Sgt. Wolf is stationed in Texas with the army. 31st Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hof entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of their 31st wedding anniversary. Those attending the dinner were Sgt. and Mrs. William Hof and family of Algona and Mrs. Harold Trauger and son David of LuVerne. Sgt. Hof Will leave Sept. 6th for Miami, Fla., after spending a furlough with his wife and his parents. COM INC Faces turned hopefully toward home and eyes smiled. The Great Moment had come when the world could say fervently, "Thank God, it's all over!"- All over? Not quite. There still remains a mighty big job to be done. Our sons and daughters in far places must be brought home. The thrill of victory, great as it was, "offers no greater thrill than the ' glorious homecoming that millions look forward to. J'North Western" realizes its responsibility; so does every other railroad. We will not fail .our returning veterans. Our services are theirs to command—our trains are at their disposal. No one is more welcome than they. As General MacArthur has said, "The magnificent * men and •wtomen who have fought so well for victory will return to their homes . . , and resume their civilian pursuits. They have' been good soldiers in war. May they be equally-good citizens in peace, 1 ' Mrs. Flora Raney of Reinbeck and her son Arthur of Waterloo visited relatives and friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carlson and children of Wesley were visitors Sunday at the home of Mrs. Guy Giddings. • •Mr. and Mrs. Milton Worby and Mary Lou of Des Moines spent the week end here visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Raymond Petigrew of Algona spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pergande. Mrs. Wilder Rockwood and Mrs. Wayne Sanford spent the week end in Des Moines visiting relatives and friends. Dick Larmier of Des'Moines visited over the week end at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. William Larmier. Mrs. William Thompson spent several days visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. Florence Bogard inBritt. . Miss- Phyllis; Lichty' of Mason City spent the week end visiting at the home 'of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil C. Lichty. Mrs. Walter Hefti and children Marilyn and Marjin spent Friday visiting at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Hefti at Webster City. -Mr. and Mrs. Charley Darby of Des Moines visited over the week end at the home of his son and family Mr. and Mrs. Allen Darby. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin iMeyer and daughter Marlene and Mrs. Ella Wioto all of Clarion spent' the week end here visiting relatives. Mrs. Emma Lehman of Boxholm and Mrs. Earl Lehman and son of Des Moines spent Sunday visiting, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cote and family spent the week end visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson at Amboy, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peterson and son Gordon of Mason City spent the week end visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus. . Mrs. Robert Blumer, and baby son came home recently from the Kossuth hospital in Algona. They are staying at the home of Mr, and Mrs, Robert Blumer S.r. Mrs. Andrew Hanson of Racine, Wis., spent several days visiting at the home of her parents Mr, and Mrs. William Ramus, Mrs. Hanson is the former Vera Ramus. John Tiede was taken to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge recently where he is receiving medical treatment. Mr. Tiede is a farmer living east of town. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and son Robert of Mason City spent Wednesday visiting at the home of his mother Mrs. Olla God' frey and with his sister Ruby. ' Mr. and Mrs. Art Satre and sons Steven and Daniel of Rppkford, 111,, spent several days visitinrat the home other father Fred Fritz- emiet and with her sister Hilda. U, !S, Grant came home Sunday froiR the -Lutheran hospital where he had been a patient for several days. Ed/ Hof and Mrs, Peter Thompson brought Mr. home. .:;;. '• . . ; ; ' Mrs. Anna. Sankey home Friday frpm gpirtt she had spent the week hom? fitter « *, Wi home of Mrs. Wllliafti „— Merle Thompson took he* to Mason City Monday where she went by train to Chicago, • The Cemetery Association will meet Thursday afternoon, Sept. 13 in the city hall with Mrs. Fred Baumgartner, Mrs. Frank Beiger, Mrs. Max Block and Mrs. 1. H. Benedict as hostesses., S-Sgt. Donald ftamud, son of Mrs. Grace Ramus a former Lu- Verne resident, has returned home after spending several months overseas with the army. S-Sgt. Ramus is a nephew of Mts. Anna Sankey. Celia Bowman; daughter of William Bowman, has returned home from Waterloo where she had spent the summer months visiting at the home of her sister and family. Celia is a sophomore In the LuVerne high school. The Women's Missionary Society of the Evangelical church met Thursday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Paul Blumer with Mrs. Fred Merkle as assistant hostess. The lesson for the afternoon was given by Mrs. Walter Hefti. The regular monthly meeting of the Ernest Merkle Post Unit No. 684 of the American Legion was held Tuesday evening in the Legion hall with Commander Walter Engel in charge of the business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Doris and Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch and daughters attended a family picnic Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.JSrnest Behnkendorf at Bancroft. Merrell Parsons of Wisconsin spent a few days here visiting at the home of Mrs. William Thompson and also with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parsons at Irvington. His parents returned,to Wisconsin with him for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hewett and daughter Helen of Redwood Falls, Minn., visited Sunday evening and Monday at the home of his niece and family Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. They also visited at the horne of his sister Mrs. Anna Sankey. Miss Elva Hintz of Cedar Rapids spent the week end visiting at the home of her aunt Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf and with other rela tives and friends. Selma Behnkendorf of Bode also spent the week end at the home of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone entertained at a family dinner Sunday at their home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Will Stone of West Bend, George Stone of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stone of Mason City and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke of LuVerne. The Good Will Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ted Wegner with Mrs. H. T. Blumer as assistant hostess. Mrs. M. J Stripling and Mrs. Charles Hintz had charge of the entertainmen for the afternoon. Lunch was serv ed at the close of the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Karnaski of Garden Grove, Iowa, are the parents of a baby girl born Saturday, Sept. 1. There is one other child, a boy, in the family. Mr. bride opened her many, lovely gifts. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. ;' • Mr. and Mrs. Otto RaiHwS and daughter Janict, Mr. and Mrs. Art Karnaski is a brother of Mrs. Wil- son Legler and Is the superintendent of schools at Garden Grove. Norrna Jean Hanselman of'Des Moines spent the week end visiting at the home 6f her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hahselman. Sunday afternoon Norrrta, her parents and her .brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art ttanselman of Garner, went to Des Moines to visit at the home of Mrs. William Cook. Mrs. Art Riley and Marjorie attended a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the city hall in Livermore for Mrs. Rollen Thorn ton, the former Grace Anderson of Humboldt. The evening was spent playing bridge after which the Riley and Marjorie and Mrs. Anna Sankey went to Fort Bodgfe Sunday where they attended funeral services fof the lattef's brother George Hewett, aged 6, who died Tuesday, August 30 at his home in Fort Dodge. He is survived by his wife, three sorts, all in the navy, and two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Barton entertained at a family dinner Sunday at their home. Those present at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olson and family of Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Henderson and family of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thompson and sons Howard and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. LuVerne Jeffries and son George, all of LuVerne. SAD MAN 1 - His JUT was just Junked! v H a ndsomely tailored - all wool suit. $32.50 font Pali WftriSrobd Too bad. He has our sympathy. It it inconvenient . . . getting around without a car. ( But we can't help thinking he'd have saved himself a lot of grief, if he'd given his automobile better care! Don't follow his example. Start giving your car all the good care it needs. Call on your Phillips 66 Dealer regularly for Car-Saving and Tire-Saving services! Stop in frequently to have him check vital parts such as the air filter, battery, and lubricating system. Let him go over your tires every week. Then. your Phillips Dealer may spot trouble before it becomes serious. Car neglect can mean regret! 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