The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1945 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 27, 1945
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'^MMi^iii^is^M €ity MethodfetM Piisk Wisconsin Man For Pulpit .' Swea City: The Rev. S, Hammer; from the Wisconsin Methodist conference, has accepted the pastorate of the Swea City M. E. •church and will hove here during the month of October. Mr. Hammer who has preached 8 years at Westby, Wis., was willing to make the change into Iowa at this time. The Swea City and Grant charge •was one of several churches left to be supplied, following the conference at Estherville last week. Mr. Hammer, who was visiting a pastor friend, attended the conference, where he met Swea City delegates. He was guest speaker at the local church Sunday evening which resulted in his being hired as pastor here for the coming year. The Hammers have four children, 2 girls and 2 boys, the eldest of whom is a daughter about fifteen. Mrs. Hammer expressed her appreciation o£ the parsonage here, which has been redecorated throughout during the interval without a pastor. The local Baptist church is still without a preacher, the candidate •for the pastorate thus far, having 'failed to get the .75% vote neces- .-sary for election. Arrives in Manila Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Pearson and "Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Johnson, grandparents of Lt. Gordon Buell Pearson, have received word that he has landed at Manila, after having spent 68 days enroute from San Francisco. Lt, Pearson was one of 60 officers who were in charge of 1600 soldiers aboard a Dutch transport, manned by a Dutch crew. Several stops were made, including 5 days at Pearl Harbor. The news of the Japanese surrender was received while they were at sea. Mrs. Pearson who spent several weeks with the grandparents here recently, is now with her mother in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bargee and daughter Marian visited the Delbert Hunts at Waterloo Sunday. Mrs. August X. Peterson and Mrs. Fred Looft, both officers in the Royal Neighbors of America camp at Armstrong, had a part in the program of the 50th anniversary district convention held there Sept. 20. Swea City was well represented at the Methodist conference at Estherville last week. Mrs. Wm. Thompson, delegate, and Mrs. T. F. Johnson, J. Iva Moats and Lou Haglund, attended. On Friday Mrs. Harold Kranz, Mrs, Curtis Kluger, Mrs. Fred Seylar, Mrs. E. C. Smith and Mrs. August X. Peterson were present for the day and evening session. The Grant township church was represented by Mrs. Martin Tokheim, delegate, and Mrs. Mable Mino. WESLEY NEWS maaaaaxx^^ Miss Margaret Demer of Chicago was a guest of Mrs. Eunice Nelson last week. The Stitch and Chat Circle met with Mrs. Rev. J. A. Riggs this Week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Josephson and son Keith of Boone visited relatives here Sunday. Miss Angeline Shedda, who teaches at Conrad spent the week end at the Ed Loebig home. Cpl. Ivan Johnson is expected home soon with his discharge. He is at Camp Gruber, Oklahoma. The Elliot Waldschmidt family of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests at the parental John Lickteig home. 'Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Raney were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Dr. E. Schaffer home at Forest City. Loren Lease, a student at the Waldorf college, Forest City, spent the week end at his parental L. L. Lease home. Mrs Clarence Ward entertained the Willing Workers Circle of the Methodist church on Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaiser of Southerland visited at the home of her sister Mrs. Will Martinek several days last week. Larry Lang, who is employed at Waterloo spent the Week end here with his wife and two children at the parental J. L. Havevly home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Donovan of Bellingham, Wash., are spending two weeks visiting his brother Wallace Donovan of Hvitchins and another brother in Algona. A few friends were entertained Tuesday afternoon at the Olaf Funnemark home honoring Mrs. Howard Funnemark, who had a birthday Wednesday and Mrs. Sam Alne, who had a birthday Monday. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 MATINEE 2:00 P. M. Humphrey Bogart in "CONFLICT" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 28-29 Fun For The Family Saturday Night ii //Jl\ Musical Cartoon News SUNDAY AND MONDAY, SEPT. 30-OCT. 1 T«Al£ OH, SO PLEASIN' CARTOON AND NEWS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2-3 DAILY MATINEE 2:00 P. M. "March Of Time" Unusual "New U. S. Frontier" MBiTERSWNOR At a meeting .of the Algeria Ministerial Union held; Wednesday, Sept. 12, it was vqted that a resolution be adopted as a fate- well courtesy to the Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Nelson, who moved to Holdrege, Nebraska, Wednesday, Rev. Nelson came to Algona in July, 1941, from the Augustana Theological Seminary in Rock Island, 111. While here he served the community in several capacities. He was president of the Kossuth County Ministerial Association, past secretary of three years for the Algona Ministerial union, and also a senior member of that group. The services at the County Farm were arranged by Rev. Nelson. Besides his local activities he has been vice president of the Iowa Luther League the past three years and editor the past year of the Conference Luther League paper. • . . Rev. Nelson was pastor of the First Lutheran Church whose congregation set aside a fund last fall for the future erection of a new church. So far the fund has reached $2500. The resolution, in part, states, " . , we express our appreciation for the good fellowship, cooperation, leadership, splendid service and work with the Algona Ministerial Union of the Rev. Eugene Nelson family, but we send our good wishes for their future success in their new field of service ..." New Hour Schedule At Selective Service In accordance with a directive from the President of the United State sthe local Selective Service System Office must close after 40- hours have, been -worked. Therefore, the office hours since September 1st, 1945, are from 8:00 a m to 5:00 p. m. Mondays thru Fridays. The office is not open on Saturdays, Helen Dingley, clerk, S 8 Board meeting days have also been changed. The board meets only one day of the week, on Wednesdays. Appointments must sun be made for hearings. Whittemore Folks Visited In Oelwein Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and family accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and grandson Ralph Sebers, drove to Oelwein Saturday morning where they • spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and family. Mrs. Walker is a daughter of the Heid- enwiths and Ralph and Lloyd are brothers. Mr. Walter is employed Si' assistant manager in the Montgomery Ward store at Oelwein. Mrs. Heidenwith stayed for an extended visit. , . ^ Swea Dinner Guests Swea City: Dinner guests at the L E Poulton home, Sunday, m honor o£ their son-in-law, Ptc. Clarence. M. Bruns, were Mrs. Mae Butterfield and so-ns, .Marion and Beryl, Miss Emma Bleich and Mrs. Clarence Hunt, all of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Polton and son Dale of Elmore, Minn. 'Twas Good Hunting Swea-Eagle: Duck hunting on opening day, last Thursday, Shi many hunters to Goose Lake? Eagle township. The lake is state protected and with plenty of rainfall all summer has kept high water. Ducks seemed plentiful on opening day. fnf cotnlftf skiuiwaiaaww Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine were Sunday visitors at the Harry Warburton home in Elmore. Mrs. Roy Tipton and her brother Merle Heetland went to Minneapolis where Merle went to see about employment. Melvin "Bud" Olson is spending his furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Olson after several months overseas service. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ailts and family of Wagner, S. D., are visiting at the parental George Ailts home and with other relatives. Mrs. W. D. Ley, David and Lieutenant Marvel Odland left for Sioux Falls, S. D., to visit their parents Rev. and Mrs. Odland. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman went to Brookings, S. D., Friday, to visit their son Don who is in A. S. T. P. training in the college. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paulsen took Mrs. Anna Paulsen to the Lutheran hospital Sunday where she will stay a few days for observation. Raymond Meyer is home on a 30-day furlough after more than two years of service on the island of Oahu He is the son of Mrs. John A. Meyer. Frank Lewis received word of the birth of a daughter Friday to Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Hassebrock of Des Moines. Mrs. Hassebrock is the former Fern Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis, Frank and'Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brock and Roger of Ledyard were Sunday guests at the home of their father Frank Lewis. Mrs. Louise Wolf of Seattle, Wash., visited a short time Friday at the Chas. Winter home. Mrs. Wolf and Mrs. Winter are old time friends and had v not seen each other for many years. Mrs. Wolf is a sister of the late John Altwegg, a former resident of this community. She is visiting a sister in Algona now. Mrs. Ruth Rekadahl of Wallingford visited Sunday at the Alton Anderson home. Mrs. Rekedahl taught music in the local school two years ago. Mrs. A. H. Jansen received an announcement of the birth of a son Lloyd Glen to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Buchanan of Mason City. Mrs. Buchanan is Mrs. Jansen's niece. Rev. and Mrs. E. H. T3ushman went to Carroll Thursday to attend the fall session of Fort Dodge Presbytery. From Carroll they went to visit where Rev. Bushman had his first church. Conseauently there were no services in the laical church but services will held as usual Sept. 30, Bride 6* D*fryl At Boise, Idaho, on Friday, September 7, occurred the marriage of Miss Colleen R. Hahson of Sioux Falls, S. D., to Cpl. Daryl Sandberg, son of Mr, arid Mrs Bruce Sandberg. The' ceremony took place at 6 p. m. in Chapel 2 at Gowen Field with Chaplain J. S. Sanders officiating. Mrs. Dorothy Gartner and Flight Officer Herman .Shapiro, attended the couple, the latter being a member of Daryl's crew. The entire crew attended the ceremony after which all went to the apartment already prepared for the newlyweds where refreshments were served. The wedding cake was a gift of Mrs. Gartner. Preceeding the, ceremony Sgt. L. D. Hartinger .played the organ number "I Love You Truly" and "Lohengrin's Wedding March". The bride was attired in a black and white checked suit with black accessories and wore a corsage of red roses and white gladioli. The young couple are at home at 1111 N. 23rd Street, Boise, Idaho. Mock Initiation of Eastern Star Matrons— The Order of Real He-Men No. 23 of the Algona Masonic Lodge entertained the past matrons of the Order of the Eastern Star at a mock initiation Tuesday evening. The program was begun with-a'- welcome 1 song to the past matrons. The Most Honored Cave Man, D. D. Monlux presented the past grand electra, Mrs. Laura Chubb, to the east, and also the Worthy Matron of the Algona chapter; Mrs. Eva Wille, and the president of the Past Matrons Club, Mrs.-. Delia McCullough. The candidates for initiation,' Fred Shilts and Frank . Roscoe, (better known that evening as Fred A-Bella Shilts and Frank: A-Bella Roscoe) were brought be*' fore.the group in their blackj sleek evening gowns which set. offi Fred's bright red, curled wig ana Frank's brown, .rolled wig. ThS* "female stars" were then initiate', ed into the order of the masons.-' The past matrons were-present-' ed in a group and each given a white cotton-ball which had been; made into a rose. The cotton-ball had come from Texas. The emblems of degree were all-day suckers. The three other past matrons presented earlier in the program were also given cotton-ball roses. A speech of welcome was then given by D. D. Monlux. Another song was sung by the group and then a farewell song was giVn en in behalf of the past matrons.r They were then ushered into the dining room which was decorated with purple asters and ageratums and purple tapers. The place cards were floral stars of blue, yellow, white and red, which are Eastern Star colors. The party proved to be a great success. ' Paul Dahlhauser Weds— In a single ring ceremony performed in St. Michael's Church, Whittemore, Elizabeth Piper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Piper of Ripley, Tenn., was united in marriage to Paul P. Dahlhauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser of Whittemore, on Friday, September 21, the Rev. Veil officiating. The bride was attired in a navy blue suit with black accessories and wore a corsage of pink rosebuds. Her attendant, Mrs. Henry Dahlhauser, sister of the bride, wore a light brown suit with brown accessories and a corsage oE talisman roses. The groom's mother wore a black, jersey dress with a corsage of red rosebuds. Henry Dahlhauser, brother of the groom, was best man. Lohengrin's wedding march was played by Sister Leo with special music by Donna Jean Alig and Mary J. Uhlenhake. Members of the immediate families and close relatives and friends attended the ceremony. Out of town relatives were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dahlhauser and family of Elgin, 111., Cadet nurse Angeline Dahlhauser of Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elbert of St. Paul, Minn. A wedding dinner was served tr 50 guests at the home of the groom's parents. Mrs. Dahlhauser is a . graduate of the high school at Tallulah, La., and of Louisiana State Norr mal College. Prior to her marriage she was a teacher in the rural schools of Madison Parish, La. The groom is a graduate of Presentation Academy, Whittemore. He was just recently dis>- charged from service. The couple will live at West Bend after October 1. Union Mothers and Pau&hters—• The Union township Mothers and Daughters Club held its first meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. George Kohl in Algona. Mrs. Louis Bode was assistant hostess. The new president, Mrs. D. C, Gardner, presided.. Mrs. Fred Vogel, chairman pf the calendar committee, explained, some of the work of the club for the coming year. Something ne\s? which the club Is* Adding to its rural school day is a first and seci orid prize pi $2:50 ajwj $1.00 re- spectively iof, fi jostw and essay on "Some PhaM of Faftri Llfe'V This Is fo* rural fcnolsl pupils only, Length of essay" and other details will be planned teter at ft teachers' meeting. Mrs. Bode gave a short accbunt of a recent trip she had taken, and Mrs. Wftv, Dodds Jr. gave a very interesting book review on "Home to India" by Santha RaiM Rail. Twenty-five members responded to roll call. Guests were Mrs. Bowman, Mrs, H. D. Hutchlns, Mrs. Ralph Harberts, Mrs. Bernard Bode, Mabel Leason and Ruth Gisch. The next meeting of the club will also be In Algona with Mary Lichter, Cora Bacon assisting hostess. A panel discussion "Is the Trend in Europe Toward Communism" will be held. Taking part will be Helen Vogel, Marie Bode, Alice Welsbfod and Luella Schenck. Regular Sorority Meeting— Fourteen members of the Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. DOn Smith. Plans were made and dbrnmit-; tees chosen for the.rushing season and the formal banquet. There will be an informal rushing party Tuesday, October 9, and the committee in charge consists of Mary Frances Carney, chairman, Valeria Butts, Rosalie Swanson, Helen Dewel, Mary. Ann Jergenson, Anita Haase, Jean Miner and Buena Potter. A .model meeting will be held Tuesday, October 16, and the committee is composed of Ardeen Sampson, chairman, Roberta Miller, Shirley Pratt, Phyllis Hoover, Elgena Calhoun,' Agnes Pelisek, and Mildred Waller. The final rushing project, the preferential tea, will be held on Sunday, October 21. Committee in charge will be Esther Sigsbee, chairman, Dot Smith, Irene Hutchins, Valeria Williams, Ruth Butts. Norma Brandow' and Jeanne Guderian. Helen Dewel gave a talk on 'Words of the Good", and Elgena Calhoun, on "Action of the Good." Wcsleyan Service Guild — The Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist church met Monday, Sept. 24, at a 6:30 dinner at the church with over 30 members and guests present. This was the first meeting of the new year. Devotions were led by Alice Wilkins. Oneta Didrickson presented the lesson which was both timely and interesting from the study book, •West of the Date Line." Hostesses were Bertha Godfrey/ Mrs. Alice Wilkins, Mrs. Yaekol, and Mrs. Florence Bjustrom. Mrs. Walter Klamp's circle of the W. S. C. S. served lunch. Shower for Alma Grandgenett— • Mrs. Charles \Jlfers attended^ a shower given Sunday at the St. Benedict hall for Miss Alma Grandgenett'who will be married to Roy Stoffel Tuesday: The ceremony will take .place at the St.. Benedict church. About ; ninety guests : Were 'present at the shower Five hundred and bridge were played. Mrs. L. Rosenmeyer winning high •score at bridge, Mrs. H. L. Patton the low. In 500 Mrs. Joe Blak won the high score and Mrs. George Simon the low. Mr. Stoffel is a brother of Mrs. Ulfers. R. N. A. Convention— The R. N. A. of this district held a convention Thursday at Armstrong. Those attending from Algona were Mesdames Rosetta Johannson, Elizabeth Post, Myra Ostrum, Mary Muckey, Beatrice Baldwin, Nellie Van Allen, Esther Helberg, Zelba Brown, Fern Hardgrove, Bertha Spear, Betty Tor-.. doff, Florence Valentine, .Dons Nolte, Beatrice Lynk, Amy Geering, Selma Godfredson, Mrs. Wolle of Belmond mother of Mrs. Lynk, Eva Potter and Miss Atha Hardgrove. Legion School of Instruction— A county meeting which was a school of instruction for presidents and secretaries of the American Legion Auxiliary was held at the Legion hall Tuesday with Mrs. Fern Peterson, county president, in charge. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Marie Dailey, chairman, and Mrs. Edith Brundage and Mrs. Marie Ogren, assist- in££ Mrs. Marie Lampright is the Algona chapter's president and Mrs. Harriet Setchell is the sec- r.etary. Parties at Country Club — The Gaylord Shumways, M. G, Bournes, W. W. Sullivans, Duane Dewels, Don Hutchinsons and Helen Dingley entertainer) approximately 100 guests Sunday eve at a 5:00 o'clocK dinner followed by a social evening. The W. P. Frenches, Chet Williams and W. E. Hawcotts entertained a group of friends Wednesday evening. The Junior Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a party this evening, Thursday. Zittritsch Reunion- Sunday at the Hugh Post home 25 relatives gathered for dinner and to visit Mr, and Mrs. Matt Zittritsch who were here from Omaha. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. "Dane" Zittritsch and family, Mr. and Mrs, Tony Zittritsch and family, Mrs. Mary Zittritsch, mother of the men, Miss Annie Zittritsch, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kelley and daughter Katherine and Mr. and Mrs. Russell ifelley and family. Carnival Benefit The Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta SJgms PM held a carnival Sunday afternoon at the club robrri. Ap*- prpxijnately 20 members . and guests were present. This was the second {n a series of benefit par ties 1 the, sorority girjs are sponsor test benefit payty will be held next Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock at the home oj M?«. W, . fergws oft. euj? 8Pflft TJaa Qub Scoujts beW a {49$!$ the Cm state* park T««5d»y iv W' ilts, .Wiiliattt (Setrittg^ enter* talne'd a |K>tip tsi 4adlis i M6fidaj»' evehtfig 1ft hbnbf at- the birthday annKtersaify 6f MfS, Lotus LyhK, It was a SuipftsS fifty find 20 ladles were present to enjoy the occasion. Thd guests wafe itteM- befs of the Rebeke^i fierce Staf& Courtesy {fa-- Mft and Mr8. Grille Wicks 6tt"; tertaihed at 6:30 dinner Sunday 1ft honor of Rev, and Mfs. E. K.-Nel» son who are leaving this hud-week' for Holdrldge, Nebr. Other guests were Mr., and Mrs. Clayton Pet*i- val, Mr. and Mrs. Vernort Jensen afld Mrs. Wayne Yeakel. Entertain Clear Lakers- Mrs. R. M. Wallace and Miss Marie E. Orover of Burt are entertaining at a luncheon Friday. The guests will be Mrs. Oscar Amundsen, Mrs. L. Kutschara, Mrs. Arthur Johnson and Mrs. ; Peter Anderson, all of Clear Lake. Honor Mother's Birthday — Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert J31aok were dinner guests of Mr. find Mrs. Robert Richardson Thursday evening-honoring the birthday of Mrs. R. G. Richardson, mother of Robert and Mrs. Black. Congregational Conference— ., The fall session of the North Central Association of the . Congregational Christian church will be held at Chapin . on Monday, October 1, beginning . at 9:30 in the morning with registration. Party for Mrs. Engstrom — Mrs. Jack Craig was* hostess to nineteen ladles Friday afternoon 'at 'a 'farewell party honoring Mrs. L. V. Engstrom Jyho has moved to California. She was presented with a brooch as a fare'well git. Shower At the home of Mr. Sarah Soltow last Wednesday, a shower was held for Mrs. Garnet Pickard and Mrs. James Stebbins. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Lou Robinson and Maxine Moore. C. D. of A. Sponsor Party — The Catholic Daughters of America will sponsor a popular game party Sunday evening at the Academy Hall. The games will begin at 8:00 o'clock and a lunch will be served. Shower for Mrs. Orton— The ladies of the Church of the Open Bible gave a shower last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Clark Orton for MT S - Arden Orton who is here on an extended visit. Post Nuptial Shower — A miscellaneous shower was held Wednesday afternoon at ithe I. O. 0. F. hall for Mrs. Herbert Wallace, - the former Evft Lee smith. . ..-,.. :• • ,;'j ,;,.,, Cheryl Immerf all Is Three — Mrs 'Leo Immerfall entertained seven little guests Sunday afternoon in honor of her daughter Cheryl's third birthday. Hostess to Club — Mrs. Theodore Larson eriter- tained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. The club consists of eight members. Idle Hour Club — Mrs. Viva Peterson entertained the Idle Hour bridge club at a dessert luncheon Wednesday. BODE NEWS Pfc. Donald Bakken arrived Saturday morning on a'week end pass from Schjck General Hospital, Clinton, where he has been confined for several weeks. , Pvt. Ernest Bratland after a week end visit at the home of his parents left Sunday night for Fort Snelling where,he will receive His assignment to a ,traning x camp. Tech. Sgt. Carlson Is home from 26 months service in England. He arrived in Des Moines Tuesday where he was met' by his wife. He will have a 30 day furlough. Mrs. Osborne GranSeth has resigned her teaching position in the Gilmore City school and has left for North Carolina to be with her husband who is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyons attended a family reunion held at Castana, Iowa, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. Ladman of Ames returned home with them for a few days visit. Mrs. B. H, Barnes of Lamoni, Iowa, and Mrs. A. R. McCay of Kansas City, Mo., have returned to their homes after a weeks visit at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Burton Rood. Pfcv Vernon Tompkins who has been a patient at the veterans hospital at El Paso, Texas, has been released for a short tijne and is now home with his wife and three small daughters. 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