The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1945 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper ttes Molncs, Algona, tttWft, September 27,1945 KAVSER.ST.JOE St. J'oe: A surprise birthday pa?ts>>a8 given In hoftor of Vef- «na Kaj^er atithe hpM<3,of Mary Evelyn Borftianrt On Suriday after- AoOft, Sept. 16. Miss Kayafef f eeeiV- <6d pretty gifts. Hie afternoon was spent at playing bingo with Verena Kayser receiving high pftee and Stella Mae Reding receiving low jsrize. A delicious lunch and sup* per was served by the hostesses. Those present were the honoree, Melen Becker, Maxlne fiormanftj Mildred Bormann, Angela Erpelding, Stella Mae Reding and Rita Thul. Relatives received word of the death of Henry Brass of Elkader last week. Mr. Brass was a brother of the late Mike Brass of here. ttenry Fuhrmann from Lindsay, Texas, has been a visitor here with relatives and friends. He returned to his home this week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kenne and son frorn Swea City were visitors h&?e with relatives Sunday. Mrs. K«rine Js a daughter Of Mr. and Mtt* Sebastiah Kramef, Mr. arM Mfs. fehn Relllln^ arid Mr. and Mrs. Richard RelUifig arid daughter rfrdm Carroll were visitors he*e Siiftctey. They formerly lived in this «ommuriity t Mr. arid Mrs, Mathew O'Connor and daughter Stella Mae returned to their home last week Wednesday at Parsons, Kansas, after nearly 2 weeks visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and. family enjoyed & visit from Mrs. 'Fuhrmann's father Joe Kipper from Lindsay, Texas. He re-> turned to his home last week Tuesday. Cpl. Wilfred Kohlhaas returned to Camp John T. Knight, Oakland, Calif., Wednesday this week from Boone, after spending his furlough here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas and other relatives and friends. Darwin Hammer, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer, leaves this week for Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa, where he will attend School. This is his first year of college. He is a 1945 graduate of St. Joseph's high school. ONE IN NAVY, ONE IN ARMY, BUT BOTH SONS HONE AT CARL OMM'S, BODE Bade: After landing on the Pacific side of the Panama Canal following 15 months overseas duty mostly spent at sea In the .central and southwest Pacific, Earl op- heihi, radio man 3-c, arrived home from Norfolk, Virginia, where he will return October 1 after spending a 30 day leave at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Opheim. Earl ,is the receiver of several ribbons and they are the 'American defense, Asiatic and Pacific with seven battle stars, Philippine liberation with three battle stars, Halsey's 3rd fleet ribbon with one star and he is also the receiver of the purple heart. Pfc. Keith Opheim after 2 years service speftt overseas, as courier, carrying messages on a motorcycle In England, France and in Germany since January, 1945, with Gen. Hodges 1st army, has arrived home for a 30 day furlough. During his absence, his wife, the former LaVonne Dailey of Bradgate, made her home in Fort Dodge where she is employed. She has joined her husband here for a visit at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Opheim. Home On Furlough Cpl. Andrew Chantland after 18 months overseas service is enjoying a furlough at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. N, Chantland, after which he reports to Camp Grant, 111. Back OH a Visit Staff Sgt. Everett R. Torgerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Torgerson of Sacramento, Calif., former Bode residents has arrived from the deportation center at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., where he received his honorable discharge. He will remain here for a month or six weeks before leaving for the home of his parents on the west coast, where he expects to complete his college course Which was interrupted by the war. Everett was in the army air corps and made many hazardous missions in the southwest Pacific. Veteran Not Lonesome Since the arrival home of Pfc. Vernon Tompklns there has been a constant stream of visitors at the Tompklns home. Wednesday his parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tompkins Were dinner guests, and Friday Cpl. and Mrs. John Watt spent the day at the Tompkins home. Legion Auxiliary Meets The first meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary following the summer vacation was held at the home of Mrs. Oden Rood Tuesday afternon, Sept. 4. Following the business meeting and short program refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kinseth spent last Wednesday in Des Moines. Mrs. Ernest Jensen is a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kinseth are spending a vacation in northern Minnesota. MiS and Mrs. Thof Selvlg and Mrs. Harold Rood spent Tuesday afternoon in Alg?na. Mrs. A. J. Vidll of Winnebago, Minn., was a recent guest at the home of Mrs. O. P. Espe. Clayton Porter after a brief visit at the Espe home has returned to his home in Des Moines. Mrs. Porter of Fort Dodge was a week end visitor at the home ot her sister Mrs. Walton DeWitt. Mrs A. H. Hanson and daughte? Audrey and Miss Laila Hahson were Fort Dodge shoppers Friday. Leo Kinseth received word from his brother Herbert that he was spending 8 days in Zurich, Switzerland. Phyllis Bakken has left for Decorah where she will enter Luther College as a sophomore student this year. Mr, and Mrs. Clayton Porter after a visit with her mother Mrs. O. P. Espe have returned to their home in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanson and daughter Audrey, Phyllis Bakken and Minnie Hanson were Fort Dodge visitors Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyons have returned from Dallas Center where they attended funeral services of a friend Friday afternoon, Sept. 7. Guests at the A, H. Hanson home the past week were on Wednesday John Jameson of Clinton and Mrs. Otto Knudson of Algona on Thursday. Miss Gladys ¥fyfs« il,. Northfleid, Mihft., SBridSy,- S«®t* fl, whetthshe entered 'm Ola! <M* lege (is. a SOphombre sttldetJt this-; year. . •. .. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hamoh sirid son Robert accompanied Audrey to Decor ah Sunday Where? she eH- ters Luther College this year as a freshman student. , > ';m m m RUPTURED? Well known truss expert to demonstrate marvelous hew Howard truss. No leg straps to gauld, no knobs to enlarge openings Has flat sponge rubber pads designed to hold like pair of hands. It's sanitary. Can be washed. Do you wear a truss that don't hold you and is letting yoU gradually get worse. Protect your health. If you can't be helped you will be told so frankly. CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause pains or nervousness. Please come early. Wives invited 1 . Call for evening appointment. Has brought correction and new comfort to thousands. No obligation. No treatment. C. D. SMITH WILL BE AT ALGONA TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 ALGONA HOTEL Clip This Ad, Hours: 3 P. M. to 8 P. M. WITH ALL THE gratitude in your heart ! for ALL '" ' ' -g« ' thpcp IJLJL W ^ V" > • • :'..;,;,t[ : SO v and USO Gamp Shows | TO COMBAT THE AWFUL BOREDOM OF TROOPS FAR FROM HOME AND IDLE AS THEY POLICE DEFEATED NATIONS. Program Carried on By: Young Men's Christian Association National Catholic Community Service Salvation Army Young Women's Christian Association Rational Travelers Ala Association . I United Nations Relief for China, Holland Norway, Greece, Phillipines and 10 other Allied Nations United Seaman's Service We must not forget the men who delivered the weapons of victory-^who now must bring our boys homeland keep them supplied until they get home, For Kossuth County--, ;'....• The Kossuth Boy Scout District The I<^; District of Salvation Army Various communities will add their e projects t< FINAL VICTORY CAMPAIGN TO FINISH THE JOB! ATIQN AL WAR P U Kf D I - • ' ' ' ' J _ •'•-•••• ^ '*.s We cannot meanly turn our backs on our men still in service—onr troops of occupation — those away from home on guard thru- out the world. Our job is not finished! They expect us to back them up with . v ' • ' renewed loyalty and a faith founded on gratitude for what they have done. lowans in general and the ' people of Kossutb. County/ in particular, have con- tributed most, generously in the past. Now ... to finish the job! In this FINAL drive of the Na- tional War Fund let every individual . . . every fam- ily ... do his full share. Let us all be doubly gen- erous in time of victory. " Victory is Something that Must be Won » . and Kept Won . « w "Any man who sees Europe now must realize that victory in a great war is not something you can win once and for all, like victory in a ball game. Victory in a great war must be won and kept won, It can be lost after you have won it—if you" are careless and negligent, ; ''.-"•'"' ' . ' • ' • . '-. , - • '-.''" " ' • ' * * " • • ' "Europe today is hungry ,,, Many lack clothes and fuel and tools and shelter and raw* materials. They lack the means to restore their cities and factories, I*As the winter cpnies on» the distress will increase,. Unless we do what we can to help, we may lose next winter what we won at luch terrible cost last spring ,., If we let Europe gp cold aftd hungry, ^e may los the hope for ; world peace must rest. . '••"""''•''.' '' J ''. • . ; : ' •-"" '"'" • '''"'•:.-\' : H4RJRY S. TRUMAN tht people «| tht United ;§P Ife 143 a UNITY ••;:•^^jjj^-i". ..'^B- .•. / ^fe:--.';.in.^J^.>•-';.' W^Wv.,, '' '''' = '"'' • ' •

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