The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1945 · Page 5
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^mmmrn^iSmaKm .••-•-•• Vif.u. •• : -"V-?-'"if^'if^SK>, f :-]-:f s :fi:i;f;(y-,~. i \ "• . M ^yBLJiSKiHMihgfc Algottft, lawa, Nwei^* BURT SCHOOL IS HAW iSurt: Many of the school chll* 1 arid others have beeft ill •With flu. Seine fear Was felt that some of the cases might be light -cases of polio, so the school board • had the" school house sprayed Sat^ urday night. The state health department di4 the work. \ ' ' ' '" J _______ ;_m-._ -j --,, Aft lUcdcl In Mishap— , Arthur Rledel, brother Of L. H. iltedel, and former resident of this vlelftity, now of Foley, Minn., was in an auto accident last Thursday. He and his pastor, the Rev. Rohae, were driving ,a truck to South Dakota to get furniture for the diurch When a collision with a car occurred. The Rev. Rohae was idiledT but Mr. • only .bruises. Im'i ..I*.. CO Day Leave—- . Riedel suffered ned visited her mbther, She also visited In fies Mbine'9 Saturday ' Robert Moore Jr., SK2-C, came • Saturday to spend a 60' day leave with his parents. He has been in the navy nearly five years and has 13 battle stars; Was also wounded in 6ne engagement. He came from Philadelphia to Cedar Rapids where he visited his uncle Durward Moore. He 'also visited " his uncle Clayton Moore at Iowa City. He brought him home Saturday ahd'visited until Monday with his parents Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul Moore. Lutheran Aid Met—• ; The Lutheran aid .society met -in the church basement last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. H. E. Rachut and Mrs. Wilfred Radig as hostsses. Mrs. Clapsaddle Ill- Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle has been quite sick for the past week. Mrs, R; (I. Hammerstronv Mrs. Fred "Lavrenz and Mrs. Henry Meier , have also been confined to their beds by illness. The S. S. S. girls had a picnic at Call park Sunday afternoon. The Emil Hasses visited the Julius Heiders at Emmetsburg 'Sunday. Mrs. Petra Larson is spending a week with her sister Mrs. Marie Christensen at \Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller visit•~ed Mrs. Miller's grandmother at ' Havelock Sunday afternoon. The Edmund Larsons were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence • Christensen home near Titonka. The Methodist Youth Fellowship had a halloween party in the • -church basement Monday evening. Mrs. Robert Melville, Iowa City, -spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel Caroline Hasse, who teaches £>l 1 Allison, spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hasse. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, .Algona, spent Thursday afternoon ,; and.evening at the E. M. Tooth- -mah home. • The C. S. \Coffins recently re- •ceiyed letters from their :son Pvt. ~ Tjiiirice Cpff inlaying heshad tu> ttomer Sristow left Suft- day hight f6r New York after spending 6 couple of weeks With his parents Mr. and Mrs, Clyde" Bristow. Mr7 and Mrs. Vernon Jacobs cam's from ftavertport Friday for a visit at the F. L. Pratt home. He was recently discharged from the army. Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen who had beett ill at the hom'e of her' mother MrsY G. If. Fairbanks for Several weeks, was taken by ambulance to Rochester Sunday. Mrs. George KoeStler Sr., Mrs. George Koe'stler Jr., Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel and Donald Nordln were at Rochester, Minn., Monday. Mrs. Koestler Sr. remained for treatment. The Otto Harlans, Quinten Bjustroms, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell and the 'Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Kltterman and baby were Sunday dinner guests at the Arie Dittmer home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dacken and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dacken and son Were supper guests at the Andy Nauman home Friday even ing in honor of Mr. Dacken' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gildner and children, Waterloo, visited from last Week Wednesday to Friday at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home The Gildners are moving to Mason City sOpn. ' Mrs. A. F. Butterfield, Bancroft, died Monday morning at the home of her daughter Mrs. Carl W ener. She had been in poor health for some time, tout had been at the Wiener home only since Friday. Funeral serVices were to . be at Bancroft. A. C. Wickwiire and Harold Graham, Des Moines, spent the week end at the Mrs. J. H. Graham home and took in the pheasant hunting. Billie Boetteher, Ames student, and Carol Reynolds, student at the A. I. B. went back with them. Wesley Girl Bride of Nav; Man in California, Oct. 27 Wesley: Donnadelle Anna Haynes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Haynes of Wesley, became the bride of Lt. (jg) William H. Gardner, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Chattel Gardner of San Pedro, Calif.. Saturday, Oct. 27 at Ana- helm, Calif. Rev. Hayden Sears, Methodist minister officiated. The bride Was given in marriage by her brdflier Pearly C. Haynes, Jr., of Whittier. Mrs, Irene Farnum, Whittier, Calif., sister of the bride was her maid of honor. The groom was attended by his friend Ormon Reynolds of San Pedro. Mrs. Gardner is a graduate of Wesley high school and Bryant Stratton business college in Chicago and had been employed the past several years as secretary in Chicago. The groom attended high school at San Pedro and graduated from Whittier college with his degree in chemistry. He has served in the navy since April 194$ and is now on a 30 day leave, after serving 25 months on USS Rigel in South Pacific. The young couple left for Arrow Head, Calif., for their honeymoon. Working In Atgona— Bud Hauptman began work in the Dau garage at Algona Monday morning. He was recently dis- ••'-. '.'HHE. Bleich, Mr. and-;Mrs, Albert Bleich and daughter LaVonne were Sunday supper guests at the L..H. Riedel home. '• '' Mrs. Calvin Bristow has bought 1he house in which the Dale Dundas family is living from Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf. Mr. and Mrs. R.' A. Bleich spent the week end at the home of Mr. Bleich's sister Mrs. Oscar Anderson at New (Richland, Minn. •.'. Gerald 'Riedel who is attending Wartburg college at Waverly, spent the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Riedel. Mrs. Helen Passmore and son David and Genevieve Sterling, Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors at the W. J. Lockwood home. 'Mr.. and Mrs. Harry Raney, West Union, visited Sunday afternoon at the 'Robert Moore home. Mr. Raney is Mrs. Moore's broth- Mrs. Will Ringsdorf returned Sunday from Osceola where she Ledyard Play Date Changed; Principal Actor Is Injured - Ledyard: The Junior class play "So Help Me Hannah" which was to have been given this Friday, Nov. 9, has been postponed one week until Friday, Nov. 16, because Duane Meyer, one of the leading characters, was seriously Injured last week and it has been necessary to-shift characters and learn new parts. Then also there £>eing no school early this week practices were delayed. No School—New Boiler— , There was no school Monday due to repairs having to be made on thej boiler. Anna Marie Mitchell and Bertha Solberg spent the week end at their homes in Fenton and Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halvorson and Mrs. Paul Wilson visited at the home of Mrs. Halvorson's niece at Albert Lea on Saturday. On Monday Mesdames E. A. Carpenter, L. W. Wiemer, E. T. (Halvoraln. »Wilson .^Brack, tBjJB: Mayer;>*Har6ia Herzag and Edward. Cass attended a unit meeting of the Women's Society at Forrest City. Mrs. J. R. Simser of Pilot Grove visited from Wednesday till Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs. Christy Hinricksen. Mrs Perlen Jacobsen -also came Wednesday to visit her parents Mr, and Mrs. Hinricksen. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel, Fred Looft and son and Bernie, Looft, the latter 3 of Swea City, drove to Des Moines on Sunday to visil their mother Mrs. Margaret Looft who has been ill and is at the home of her daughter Mrs. Orville Anderson. er. Orton Discharged t Arden Orton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton, was home this week with a discharge from the Navy. He served nearly four years, of which time three were spent at'sea in Naval Armed Guard crews, in all oceans. I* would be « miracle || Victory b«wgbt a new w to doorstep, pronto} But you can't expect miracles! Even , though new cwr» ttrt being made nqw> chances are/ YOU woo't be. able to get o^ for some' tin*9 yet, WhJch_meani 6$ Etealer is ; »ritt io bu»lnew to <awl ^illoii him frequeptly for ypwr v* yow .w charged from, the army. Mis. HaUptman, the former Jane Haverly, is employed at the Algona prison camp. The 16th Milestone- Rose, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer observed her 16th birthday Monday. Loren, son of Mr. and Mrs. L, L. Lease, was also 16 years old Monday. Welg Infant Baptized— The infant son born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe«Weig, Oot. 24, was baptized Thursday, All Saints Day in St. Joseph's Catholic 6hurch and was named Michael Edward, Alvina Weig and Joe Schuler were sponsors. Has 81st Birthday- Mrs. Lena Larson observed her 81st birthday Monday. A group of friends spent a social afternoon with her and served Junch. Mrs Larson was presented gifts. Awaits Soldier Hubby- Mrs. Jack Robinson, Who was formerly Donadelle Erdman, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Clegg, the latter Marguerite Erdman, all of Eaton 'Rapids, Mich,, came last week for a visit at the parental Paul Erdman home. Mrs, Robin* son expects her husband home son, having been discharged from the army and they plan to live In Corwith where his father operates a produce station. ' Pastor's New Son—.. A baby boy was born to Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Lindgren of Britt, Friday at an Algona hospital. They now have 2 boys and 1 girl. Rev. Lindgren is pastor of the local Congregational church. Mrs. Don Kraus substituted for Ralph Hedges, teacher in high school Monday. Mr. Hedges Was sick. Mrs. John Lickteig spent last week with her daughter and family, the Elliot Waldschmidts near Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCann of Milwaukee has been visiting at the home of her son Lee McCann for several weeks. Pfc. Earl Ward arrived at Seattle, Wash., last week from the Aleutians and is expected home soon with his discharge. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke, submitted to an appedeotomy at the General hospital in Algona Friday night. Al Wagner went to Boone Monday where he will be employed as pharmacist in a drug store. Mrs. Wagner will remain here for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Girard spent his 10 day furlough at his parental Albert Girard home lately. He wil Ireport to Camp Fun- sten, Kansas. Mr, and Mrs. Richard Grifhorst have moved into an apartment In the Maggie Schraeder house on Church street. They are from Kanawha and several weeks ago purchased the drug store from H. J. Braley. Mrs. Charles KrauS is spending a week at the Harold Brooks home at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks and two children left for their home Thursday of last week following a week's visit here at the parental Chas. Kraus home. Mrs. Van Cleve arrived home over the'week end from California. She is expecting her husband home soon With his discharge and they plan to live in Des Moines. Mrs. Van Cleve is the former Agnes Johnson, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Carl Johnson. Mrs. Delmar Pommerening and three children of St. Paul visited at her parental Ed Hildman home over the week end. They were all Sunday dinner guests at the Bob Kain home. Larry Hildman, seaman 1-c, is home on furlough from Lake City, Fla. Cpl. Matt Hildman is expected in the States soon from the Pacific. Mrs. Jack Sherman of Fort Dodge visited at her parental Mrs. Elizabeth Matern home last week. Mrs. Sherman's daughter Mrs. Rita Ricke and two children have been in Des Moines several weeks. Jerry Ricke is in a hospital with polio and Mrs. Ricke and Betty are at the Mrs. Ann Kunz home. Jerry is making satisfactory recovery. Thank ITon f The Algoita Lioitt Club wishes ta thank business men of the city tor their gMe*dSi making contributions for the city-wide Halloween party. * ' « > We also appreciate the work and equipment donated by many people not members of the club* The members of the Lions Club announce theit? next project will be a home talent minstrel show early in January. Keep Your Lamps In Good Shape We repair table and floor lamps as well as fixtures. Replace old light fixtures with modern new ones. We have hundreds to choose from. '<* Pratt Electric Co. Phone 170 - ! Algona I HAVE A, FEtLlWCr WE OUC.HT ^ TO GO TO TOWN \\ \ ' ' X TOMORROW AMD EVERY PAY UNTIL -I, GET THEIR SUBSCRIPTION TO TH& US. VICTORY ^ • wwxu.vwff ti —-=""- TO on buyliig Victory Bonds and Stamps 5» 'V -V SffitK: >mjani ifimy This Ad Financed by the ; ...,,.._.. ^, ,.. * .. Following Patriotic Kossuth Per$Qn$; Someone's coming to call tim , you ate? Wiwfe and effort to 4o ^«w can help him^ lot by checking to fiod : ^ fe^iit-; , ;.;'. ... , ;'-•." ••• •':;•. ;••, » » VIC¥Oll¥ ' ALGONA Chester Albright H. J. Bode Ralph Brown Herbert Haas Homer Lindhorst Ivan Long Robert M. Loss M. H. McEnroe M, NvPhJllip* Alden Reid L. A. Weber Fred A. Will JL. S. Young Wilbur J, Zeigler LU VERNE F.F.Fett Frank J. Hilbert William SchipuH H. A. Warmbier WEST BEND C. C. Baas WHITTEMORE Elmer F. Bell Ferdinand Ostwald Harvey L. Simpson WESLEY John Carlson George Seaberg LONE ROCK K. G.Ewoldt Edward H. Hackbarth David E. Lynch BODE M. T. McGuire C. R. ScHoby ST, BENEDICT Mary McKenna I •V.K it! ;-«ii Ssli -v, i-Jilii 111 '^fi^^f^ • -v; ^Jmmim *Laaim*ii3**ma&ii.°

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