The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1945 · Page 9
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tenor Soldier At St. Benedict Home U -St. Benedict: Mt, and Mrs. Geo. T Afndorfer, Mr. 'and Mrs. Herb J-AtHdprfeP,'.and Lucy and Carolyn ,; Arndorfer and Mrs. Laura Fehr '':' Were guests at the Ben Arndorfer Mfirame Monday everting In honor of Robert Witte a riedhew who had " v a-eturned from the 'European area "and had'received his discharge from the army. • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garman were Sunday visitors at the Stan. ley Carman home north of Algona. Henry Arndorfer Jr. came for : an extended visit from New Mex'.. ico wfhere he is stationed at an : air base. Lt. H elen Roskoph, R. N., is vis- ; iting her aunt Mrs, Al Rosenmeyer , . and other relatives. She recently returned from the Hawaiian Islands. ; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Beckmans en"i joyed a visit Monday of a sister of ; his and Tuesday all drove to Ar' cadia, Iowa, to visit the Henry vBeckman family. Mr. and Mrs. .Leroy Stoffel returned from a short visit at Dubuque Sunday. Mr. Stoffel will Vbe. employed at the Viking station 'at Algona since Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dunlap and ;-Cpl. Lea and Leona were Friday •evening visitors at the Ben Dorr home, Leo is home on a 30-day furlough. He returned from Italy •recently. Sgt. Geo. Kunkel returned from Luzon, Philippines after being overseas better than 3% years and •will spend 30 days here and then return to distribution center for fhis discharge. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer received -word of the death of a cousin and , attended the f unreal at Welcome, Minn., Tuesday. Wm. Mayer of ; here and Mrs-. Ghas. Gilbrlde accompanied them. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. C. U. Pollard was ill last week "with the flu. Mis. Albert Haag went to Humbbldt on business Saturday. Paul Liitdholm transacted business in Kansas City a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson spent a few days last week in Eagle Grove with the latter's sister Mrs. John Hartl and family. Mrs. J. F. Finley returned recently from a .three- weeks' visit with her brother, H. E. Daniels, and family at Garden City, Kan. Mrs. D. L. Lcffert spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week in Swea City With her Emma Anderson' arid with her brother J. J. Anderson and family. Robert Cbnklln, sow at Mr. £nd Mrs. George (Jonklin, arrived recently from Iowa City where he has been in radio research work He left the first of the .week for Clinton where he will be' employed with the Climax company. Mrs. Charles Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Armstong of Livemore were recent guests at the Floyd Erickson home. Mrs. Charles Armstrong is the mother of Mrs. Erickson. Floyd is Mrs. Erickson's brother and Js home on a brief furlough. He will return to Ft. Sill. Pvt. " Alfred Schcrer arrived home Thursday of last week from Fort Knox, Ky., to spend a 10-day furlough with his family. He is to report to Fort Riley, Kansas." He spent part of his time at the hospital at the local prisoner of war camp suffering from a strep throat. Mrs. Herman Funk and son, Raymond, who has just been discharged from service, took Miss Florence Funk to Fort Dodge, last week where she entrained for Chicago. She 'has been doing secretarial work and had a three day vacation which she spent with her 'amliy. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson of Union township, received a phone call recently from their son, Tasker, and his wife informing them that they were now grandparents for the first time. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tasker Johnson at Corpus Christi, Texas, where Tasker is stationed in the air corps. Mr. and Mrs. John Gllles of Swea City were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Davidson. Mrs. Gilles is a sister of Mr. Davidson. Mrs. Emma Card of Cylinder, Mrs. George Wright, Mrs. Marvin Wright and Mrs. Joseph Carney of Emnietsburg spent Tuesday with Mrs. R. A. Davidson. Mrs. Gard is a niece of the late Joe Weidman Who was proprietor of the "New Algona" hotel a number of years ago but who will still be well remembered. In a recent letter to his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, Bob told oC the terrible destruction which followed the typhoon which delayed the ship Gen. MacArthur was aboard enroute to Japan. Bob is located on Okinawa. Fritz Neilsen is located only fifteen miles from Bob and the two boys got together and talked over the storm which caused much damage where the latter was stationed. Dewey Skilling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling of Irvington also had written his parents about the storm. The 'wind was so terrific and had such force, ships were beached and many over-turned on their sides. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11-12-13 IN Added, "What Every Veteran S hould Know," VVar Information SUNDAY, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14-15 "RICK" IS ON THE SCREEN...THE GRIPPING, EXCITING STORY OF AMERICA'S FIRST ACE OF ACES! Riverdale friendly Club— Mrs. Anton Becker was hos'l* ess to the ladies of the Riverdale Friendly club and guests Wednesday, October 5th. Mrs. Vern Barker was assisting hostess. The chairman, Mrs. Julius Ca» pesius, presided at the meeting. Mrs. Peter Halsrud and Mrs. Lyle Steele helped with' the meeting after roll call was made by Miss Agatha Thilges. The program was in charge of Mrs. Roy Fitch and Mrs. Raynond Metzen. Helen Becker and Mrs. Ben Potter presented mus- :cal numbers. Mrs. Anton Weydert received a potted plant in a 'lower contest. Guests of the club were:' Mes- lames Ralph Kramer, Victor Taulstick, John Altman, Leon ^olwell, Kenneth Roney, Howard Schoby, Paul Ernest, Ben D otter, Will Reding, and the Vlisses Kathryn Schoby, Adeline Fa'ber, and Helen Becker. The next meeting will be Nov. at the home of Mrs. Nicholas Weydert. Beardsley Reunion— , The C. H. Beardsley family is enjoying a reunion and for the first time in nearly four years the entire .• family is together. Tom, who has finished his "boot training" at the Great Lakes, arrived Friday and will report back to this naval station the 13th. Walter is a lieutenant in i Engagement Announced— Colo. Lt. Larson service for some has been in time, was a prisoner of Wat in Rumania and will soon receive a medical discharge. Prior to his induction 'he was employed with the Botsf ord Lumber company at Bode. It Is not known what his plans are following his release from service. . '•'•'•; Mrs. Holmes Entertains— Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes, entertained at dinner Sunday, a farewell courtesy ' for Mrs. Mary Ring, who will be leaving for her home at Glendale, Cal., in a few weeks. The guests, besides the honoree were Mrs. Maud Free, Mrs. J. O. Paxson, and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe. After dinner the ladies drove out to see the prison camp which Mrs. Ring saw as only piles of lumber when she was here two years ago. S. S. Teachers Convention — A Sunday school teachers' convention will be held at the First Lutheran church Sunday, October 14, at 3:30 until 7:00 p. m. The Rev. and Mrs. J. Vincent Nordgren, of Minneapolis, will be present to. discuss Sunday school work and problems. moving picture film A sound will "be shown in the evening. Sunday school teachers of the Northern District of the Augustana Synod will attend. the air corps and is located at Kansas City. Junior, is Ph. M 1-c. in the navy and his wife and little daughter Charlene, aged 2, live in Austin, Texas. He has been on Guam and expects to be discharged soon, after which he will enter the university at Austin. He and his family -jvent to Kansas City and were joined there by Walter, who made the trip up here with them. Margaret is a teacher in the public school here. It was four years ago Christmas since was together. the family Sorority Rushing Party — The Algona Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertained 22 members and friends Tuesday evening at a rushing party at the home of Mary Frances Carney. A scavenger hunt was arranged and the group was divided into CHARLES BICKFORD BAR! TI'OMAS MITCHELL TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16-17-18 HER FINEST PERFORMANCE! AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19-20 three groups. On their return they were served hot chili and rolls. Guests were Helen Bohn, Jean Godden, Jane Murtagh, Dorothy Schmit. Shirley Larsen, and Ruth Youngwirth. A model meeting of the club for rushees is being planned for next Tuesday evening. Weds in Colorado — Friends of Lt. Herbert Larson, son of^ Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson, of Bode, will be interested in learning of his marriage, Oct. G, to Ruth Ann Elmer, .daughter of Walter Elmer, of Fort Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderiah are announcing the engagement of their daughter Jeanne to Merrill Bacon, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Floyd'Bacon, of Burt. As yet ho date for the wedding has been set. Jeanne is employed at the Security State bank. Mr. Bacon is farming with his father. Glenn Hannas Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hanna entertained two tables of bridge Friday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Phillips, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson. Mrs. Grady Phillips received high score prize. Legion Auxiliary Meeting— The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion hall Monday evening. Mrs. H. E. Wood-, ward, of Whittemore, .gavef a very interesting talk on "The Flag." Mrs. William Claussen was chairman in charge of refreshments. ; Birthday Bridge Party— '< •. Mrs. Hugh Post entertained A grou of ladies Thursday evening, honoring the birthday of Mrs. Ralph Brown. Bridge was the entertainment for the evening, two tables being in play. ; V. F. W. Auxiliary Meeting-r* The V. F/W. Women's Auxiliary will meet at the Algona M. ?. W. Hall Friday night, October 12, at the usual hour. • \ LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crilly attended a radio meeting in Cedar Rapids last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster returned Wednesday from Minneapolis, where they had gone on a buying trip. Betty Varley. of Stuart, Iowa, a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins, arrived Sunday for visit of indefinite length. Mrs. Nettie Rich weht to Buffalo Center Tuesday, where she will spend a week with her sister Mrs. Clarence Schendal. Mrs. William Finn entertained several little children Wednesday afternoon in honor of the eleventh birthday of her daughter Carole. Capt. Pat Cullen left Sunday 'or Tampa, Fla., where he ex- oects to be given his army discharge and return to Algona in about a month. Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Davidson drove to Swea City Sunday, where they were dinner guests of the former's sister, Mrs. John illes, and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Dannewitz and children, Betty, Karen, and John went to Jackson, Minn., Friday, where they visited the 'ormer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dannewitz. Mrs, Harry Bailey came from Minneapolis Tuesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Bert Muckey, and with her nieces Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser and Mrs. Trancis McConnell. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood entertained eight guests at six-thirty dinner Thursday in honor of Miss Grace Ryan, of Mason City, and Stanley Patterson, who is lome from service. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampright and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward larney and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Hugh Carney, of near Whittemore. Word has been received from Edward Cook that he left Calcutta, India, and is en route to he States. He has been in China the past two and a half years and has been in service four years. Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas, Mrs. Rose Lampe and Mrs. Rose Scan- Ian gave a kitchen shower for Lowe last "Tripoli" Thursday played Mrs. Joe evening. and the evening closed with're- freshments. Mrs. Lowe received many gifts. Mr. and Mrs. {lay Anderson word the first of the week from Russell Larkin telling them that he had been moved to Manila from Tokyo and will call them as soon as he reaches San Francisco. Russell was one of the first war prisoners from Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Campney and little son Jimmy, of Emmets•burg, Mary Campney, of Ruthven, and Mrs. Roy Emerson, Of Estherville, visited Mary Corle home at the Mrs. last week. Hubert, Mark, and Mrs. Emerson are grandchildren of Mrs. Corle, children of the former Ethel Corle. Mrs. Lloyd Dowd, of Spirit Lake,' came Sunday for two weeks here with her mother, Mrs. Alvis Hill, and at Humboldt with her sister,, Mrs. Frank Loomis. Monday the Hills and Mrs. Dowd spent the day at Humboldt, where they celebrated the fifth birthday of Sharon Loomis. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait entertained Sunday in honor of Carol Pate, of Clarion, brother of Mrs. Wallukait, who recently was discharged after four years and eight months of service. It was also a farewell for Mr, and Mrs. Sexe, who are moving to New Mexico. Mrs. Sexe is a sister of Mrs. Wallukait. Wilbur Courtney, who is taking a course in engineering at Iowa State College, Ames, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Courtney. He drove up with the Duane Lighters who are also liwng at Ames while Duane attends college. The Lighters visited their parents, the Clint Lighters, and W. O. Ringgenbergs. At the home of Mrs. Mary Zittritsch Sunday a family reunion was held in honor of Miss Helen Zittritsch, who was home on a vacation from Los Angeles. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kelley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kelley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Zitt- ritsch, Mr. and Mrs. Dane Zitt- ritsch and families, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post. Mr. and Mrs. D, H. Goedert left Wednesday for Orlando Fla., where they will spend the winter. They have been in Algona looking after business matters the past ten days. Enroute to Florida they will stop in Chicago to visit their daughter, Mrs. Jeannette Falkenhainer and daughter Linda, and in Moultrie, Georgia, to visit the other daughter, Mrs. Norman Walker, and family. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Barton en, tertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor pf th§ 7th birthday of their little daughter Barbara Jean. Guests were My. and Mrs. JJdward Uaiiptinan, pf Wes- came Sunday fronV Ft. 'Knox, Ky., where the former recently i ley"' grandparent^ of "the little received his army discharge, and j girl, j#r. a nd Mrs. Harold Marti- are visiting Mrs. Alderson's, nek, two brothers of Mrs. Barton, mother, Mrs. Anna Sutton. Hay • - - - - — - . had been stationed at Ft. Knoif since overseas duty. The Jullu* Peierf oni received S.-Sgt. Rudolph Hauptnian, and CpL apd Mrs. Bernard Haunt* man, all of Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thissen, of Fort Fruit Cocktail No, 2V* can 35c QXYDOIt DUZ SWERL Del Monte Pineapple Juice ?° n2 15c No. 5 Tin Grapefruit Juice ea 29c Blended Orange and Grapefruit .. r Juice. No. 5 tin.ea43c / "*! ,-.; - ,-.• / •- . . -• Cherry Ruffs ••••".'%. 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