The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1945 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 1, 1945
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'. -y^^:^^^^ BIRD DOC GETS SHOT AT SEXTON Mf. attd . r Mbines, visited Stift- day With their cousins George and ftalph Yanser and took advantage of th« opening of pheasant season and Had wonderful luck getting their 'quota for the day. But along with the good tame a bit of toad luck for their bird dog, Which of course was along, got softie of tne Shots, and with the aid of Dr. Fox the shots were extracted. • , Mr. and Mrs. A."w. Loekhart of Jewell spent the week end in the Glenn Gahrielson home. B. fi. Sander's received wore Monday morning of the death of an aunt at her home in Illinois. Mrs. .William Kirschbaum spent the week end in Cylinder at the home of her friend Mrs. Kate Esser, . , Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gink and ffamily were Sunday afternoon visitors at 'the parental Joe Cink home- Alfred Opheim drove to Bur . Saturday evening and took Mrs Opheim and Mrs. Drusie Noble where they had dental work done Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise an( daughters Charlotte, Gloria am Ruth, Renwlck, were Sunday din ner guests at the home of th- former's mother Mrs. Sarah wise. Dinner guests Sunday in the Glenn Gabrlelson home were Mr.i and Mrs. Geo. F. Clark of Ames, John Gabrielsort of Stratford, and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Loekhart of Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders, twin daughters Doris and Deloris and son Tommy of Britt were Sunday evening visitors at the home of their mother and grandmother Mrs. .Drusie Noble and Mrs. Sarah Wise. Bode Band Gives A Drill Exhibition For "Navy Day" t Mft. JaW Wafc&ffil ot Los Afl* Mr, and Mrs. Art Jensen attend^ ed the Minnesota and Ohio State football game ^Minneapolis Sat* irday. Mrs Guy Lansing whd is a pati* ent at University hospital, Iowa City, IS reported as Sdtnewhat improved. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Erickson and family were recent guests at the home o£ Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Qually. Phyllis Bakken, daughter of Al virt Bakken, who is a sophomore student at Decorah has been elected head of intra-mural sports. , Mr.- and Mrs. Daryl Johnson and Byrl Shelton of Des Moines were guests from .Friday till Monday at the home of the letter's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs Max Shelton. Wallace Mitsven.'son of Mr. anc Mrs. Lars Mitsven, has received his honorable discharge from the army and has returned home after 2 years of overseas duty. He was with the 45th Inf. Division though Italy, southern France and Germany. Sunday afternoon visitors at . thi home of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Mils ven were Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Lo men and daughter Helen, and Rev and Mrs. Mostrom and family o Clear Lake. They came to se Wallace Mitsven who had just ar ived home from overseas. Thursday evening Mrs. E. _H. Norman entertained her Bridge lub. Three guests were present Mrs. R. F. Gulllxson, Mrs. John Hardcastle and Mrs. Norman Roland. High prize went to Mrs. Gullixson and second high to Mlrs [Neil Nasby. After several rounds of bridge the hostess served dainty refreshments. Tech. Sgt. Eugene Carlson who has been home on a 30 day fur- ough from 2 years overseas service has returned from Camp Crowder, Mo., where he received his honorable- discharge. Sgt. Carlson was with the signal .corps. His wife and young son John lived lere during his absence. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Carlson. Milwaukee, Wls., came faturday of « few days visit at the Mrs. Anna Vinaas home and to take ifl he pheasant hunting. Mrs. Marie Christensen, Titofl* ka, was a Sunday dinner guest a. he -Harvey Larson home. The Clarence Chrlstensens had Sunday dinner at the Edmund Larsons. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cherland, ftufey and Arlet, %. and Mrs. Odey Cherland and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reynolds and Gary were Sunday dinner guests at the R. A. Bleich home, Vincent Nurre of the U. S. navy, who was on furlough at his home ih Bancroft, called at the W. B. Officer home last week Wednesday. He was Wallace Officer's roommate at one time. The Mike Arends and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Andreason and sons, Arnold and Warren, were guests at the Clarence Christensen home last week Tuesday evening m honor of Wilbur Christensen's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hennings and son Lee Fred, Mishawaka, Ind., came Saturday for a fey days visit at the home of Mrs. Hennings 1 mother Mrs. Mary Steward. Mr. Hennings came for the pheasant hunting also. Mrs. R. O. Richter and son Elwood, Minneapolis, spent the week end at the Mrs. Chas. Leeck home. They, Mrs. Leek, Teehle and Ben Leeck were Sunday supper guests at the Albert Metzgef at Lotts Creek. the Lyle Shiplers, Wodep, were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Belle Reynolds. Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. George Ackert, who was visiting here from St. Paul, accompanied them home. After a visit there Mrs. Reynolds was to accompany Mrs 1 . Ackert home to Lake" Glfysta Friday ttt SMdSiy Neit2el home. Mr other toro Rih1l them SUhday. The. dersons, Lone ftocfc, ifriSrt , , Sunday dinner guests at the zel home. N • ' Hi ; •••: -y^s d«?i ' Bode: ' i Friday morning at 11 o'clock the high school marching band, which won a number one rating in the contest recently held in Pocahontas, gave an exhibition of band marching tactics on Main street, accompanied by a half hour concert. Miss Nellie Olson is band director. Betty Schock is drum majorette and Nella Satern anc Velva Berge are twirlers. This was in recognition of Navy Day. Weds In California— Miss Ima Sorlien of Oakland Calif., daughter of Mr. and Mrs Magnus Sorlein of Bode, was married to Alfonse F. Seifer of San "Francisco,, on Oct. 14, at San Francisco. Mr. Seifer was recentl; ' discharged from the coast guard They arrived in Bode Friday afternoon, Oct. 19, for a several week visit at the home of her parents They will ntake their home in Oakland where Mr. Seifer is em ployed. Doer Movie Fan Dies. • Brownie, Manning's No. 1 movi fan, who never missed the showin of a picture in ten year's of con s.tant attendai}ce,pis. no more. -Th aged dog owned by Fred Dethlefs movie operator, collapsed an died, presumably of a' throat in lection on a hospital lawn, whil returning from a- performance. Mrs. Otto Marian and daughter Clarice and guests Mrs. Inez Lane and Mrs. Vera Knill, Stockport, visited Sunday evening at the Edmund Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schrader AMERICA'S GREAT Insulate Now! For A Johns Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. "'•'^ '''DEL*: ilEANEAGH /,;' /. 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