The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1945 · Page 2
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AigdMa< it: *£ 6 , Mwr Chest j-We. was a , $240 w thef* were • Mes* . Stir GeihaUS, BUM , Ue>$d, and Cask and the Chair* man. was MM.- Gear g6 Wive 1 , Saltor «»« M. A. l*c Dearie Wentworth came this week to visit at the Ray Weritwort/h' .home. is in the navy hospital in Fred On Anniversary, afeiiion Philadelphia. She has been in th Waves tot a yeac and this is he first furlough. ^' # 1-d Frank Lilyard of Califbt hlfli is also visiting at the Went Worth home. Honored at Shower— S Among those from Ledyard wh< attended the shower honorlni Mrs. Arlowe Blome which wa given last Tuesday at the John FUrSt home near Lakota wer Mesdames .Wilson Brack, H. Sel berg, Fred' Selberg, R. Lutter Ralph Johnson, Paul Gelhaus Billie Bauman,. Irvln Klinksie'k E, Nuss, August Kllnksiek, Tec Thllges, R. Worden, J. Blome and Doretta Johnson. , back again. as ever fhe famous handbags you've been waiting for, •fashioned to the same exacting pre-war quality, 'tailored with the sama fine pre-war details" • Roomy zipper compartments • Longwearing leathers . . • Impeccably styled. . . . • Modestly priced . . . ». . Sequin Trim Love 1 y little hats— sparkling with Sequins or nail heads. Black, brown. 3.50 Sequin Beanies— - some .ji o;n Chesterfield Coat Your.' favorite - coat — shaggy, fleece, tweed, , or Melton cloth,. Inner- lined for warmth --' J»-Black, brown, navy, B, grey, green, and fuctiia, 10 to 46. Mr. and ^trs. Arthur Zulske en tertalned a group oi relatives on Sunday. On Friday afternoon a group o friends surprised Mrs. Paul Nitz at.her home in honor, of her birthday. On Saturday evening Mrs. D B. Mayer entertained the G. O, F Club in honor of Mrs. Tice Brack's birthday. Mrs. 1 Edward Halyorson and Mrs. Edward Cass aterided a Missionary Federation at Hake last week Tuesday. Mrs. Pearle Jacobsen returnee Saturday from San Diego, where she has been with her husband He has now been transferred to Treasure Island -from where he will be sent across. • , Mr.;,aiS-ftirfc ( Herb Brandt and son of •Hollandale, and Delores and Virgil Gelhaus who are helping at Hollandale during the potato harvest spent the week end at the •Paul Gelhaus home. Mr, and,Mrs. Edward Halvorson and daughters Marvel and Al. yira visited Mrs. Halvorson's niece Mrs. Gene Nelson and baby boy of Frost at the. Buffalo Center hospital Friday evening. Albert Looft Went to Des MoineS Monday to visit his mother Mr Margaret Looft who is in the Methodist hospital there. Mrs. Looft is much better. Edith Logan of Long Beach, Calif., came last week to visit her brothers family, Mrs. James Logan and 'children of Algona and with other relatives and friends at Swea City and Ledyard. Friends here will be : interested toJearn of the birth of a daughter on'Sept. 22 to Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Hassebrack of Des Moines. 'She has been named Jane Elizabeth. Mrs.. Hassebrack is 9 the former Fern-Lewis,-Sister of Mrs. Wilma Brack.. ' , f ^Phyllis '.Strand who teaches 'at Waterville pame home Friday and accompanied her father and Nor- deeri to Omaha to see Calvin .who is staying with his aunt, and.therr on to Savanah, Mo., to visit Mrs. Strand who is in a sanitorium' there for treatment. ' • Wilson Brack went to Des Moines Monday: to attend a .gro cers convention; Albert Loift'.ac cprnpariied him „ and; visited, h; ':alsp ..lw!dnt?{uong • "arid"^lsitedv he daughter Mary Ellen, the.'J. R McNerveys.. They returned Tues day.. WEDS AT SWEA CHY ON SUNDAY Swea City: Mrs. Jennie Zufall Swea City, and John Zufall, Bradford, Iowa, were married Sunday, Dct. ,7, at 4 p. m. at the home of ler son Clarence Jufall at Elrriore Minn., in the .presence of immediate relatives and their families. The service was read by Rev. Mr. Mortens'eri, pastor of the Blue Earth Baptist church. .'The .couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. John Haglund. • ' Following the ceremony a wed- .ding dinner was served by Eva Ackerson, daughter of Mrs. Zufall; Mrs. Zufall is well and- favorably known in Swea City having made her home here for several ,years with her daughter Mrs. Ackerson. She is ( also, a sister of Mrs. Rena Haglund and Mrs. John Hag-, liind. . ' 'The couple are, living at Bradford, Ipwa./where Mr. Zufall owns and operates a business. Tr'n,to Des ; Postmaster /Ida' E. Larsoij and Mrs, "jFred ' |*ete|5pn spent -the week ent} in jpes,, Urines where Mrs. Larson^ ajltend^d, a meeting of state of f itel$$l the National League of District Postmasters, and, Mrs. Peterson visited her daughter, a freshman ;at Drake uniyer- ' i. v "'.'' .- ; i . Joe Mavlone has leased the for- t mer. A- M. McAninch oil 'station. •' : The Sam Rystads yisited relatives in Rembrandt Sunday, Oct. •7, .•••••:-• :: : ! :VV---" -;'• ' .' • Mrs, Rose Mqulton, ;pan.croft, Is visiting her ?|stejc Mrs, Geb. Butand slsci with friends at ' Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jehtz entertained 60 relatives and neighbors Saturday evening in honor .of their 25th weddilng anniversary. The evening wa* spent socially and at cards. A buffet luncheon was served. Guests attending from a distance were Mrs. Leo Kressin, Mrs. Eddie Kressin and baby, Mrs, Mathilda Kressin, all of Wahpeton, N. D.; Mrs. H. C. Mlndeman, Alvin, Marvin and Dorothy and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Radig of Barney, N, Dak>j Mr., and Mrs, Otto Leisner, of Austin, Minn.; and Mr. end Mrs. Walter Jentz and Maynard of Fairmont. The Jentzs received several gifts in remembrance of this occasion. The 500 Club surprised Mr. and Mrs. Jentz Sunday evening in honor of their anniversary. Cards were played at five tables, with Mrs. E. J. Frank and C. F. Wegener winning high prizes arid Fred Jerttz received the draw prize. Lunch was served by the self-invited guests and the club presented Mr. and Mrs. Jentz with a gift. • , On New Mexico Trip- Mr, and Mrs. Wilmer C, Hantle- man of Minneapolis came Friday and on Sunday were accompanied by Wilmer's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hantleman to Albuquerque, New Mexico, for a-two weeks visit with Mrs; W. C. Schuetz, formerly Alice Hantleman, daughter of W. L. Hantlemans. Mrs. Schuetz's husband, a captain in the 200th Coast Artillery, has been missing ever since the fall of Bataan and Corregidor. Roy Theesfield recently returned to Fenton after being discharged £rom the army. Mrs. Paulihe Goetsch and Mrs. Anna Osborn spent Monday at tho Clarence Osborn home. Mrs. Jennie Jensen of Ringsted spent Friday and Saturday with her sister Mrs. Anna Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisorod and Mary Alice, of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at F. C. Kluss home. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Weisbrod and son John came Friday from Plainfield, N. J., to visit relatives. Pvt. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and PVt. Calvin Vaudt were Friday evening dinner guests at the E. K. Johnson home. Mrs. Kate Wegener of Algona spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs. E. K. Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty of Fredricksburg spent Saturday and Sunday at the S. E. Straley home. Mrs. Doty Is an aunt of Mrs. Straley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdel and Mr,, and Mrs. Mierwyn Widdel Spent Sunday at Ames visiting Mrs. Walter Widdel's brother Lawrence Wessel. George Jergenson Jr. came Saturday <to visit at the George Jergenson home. He has been in ser- vice 4% years. Miss Cotinns Voss of Marshall, Minn., Is also Visiting at the Jergenson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Khyl and son and Mrs. Clara Khyl went to Mason City, Wednesday returning Friday. Ruth Mae Khyl accompanied them back and returned to her work after two weeks Vacatidn. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Arrighi of Washington, D. 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