The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 29, 1945
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W ROCK BUM IS SHOWER GUEST Rock: Mrs. KehhetH Sates the former Violet. Nelsbni w« *t«««. ea !u a ml |ce11aheous shawer I,! 6 ." in « tf \ e 1 ' Methodlst <*««»> parlor, Burt, last Friday. Fifty guests attended. The hostesses were Mrs. Eric Seeg&baflh, Mfs. Luverne HammerStrom, Mrs. Wilbur Shoopman, all of Lone >R&rk, and also Mrs. Mayriard kueek, TD °nna, Button, Betty, -Bates, Mi*. L. E. Relbhoff and Entertains tot Sister— . Mrs. Wilfred Radig entertained Monday in honor of her sister -•Elaine Rahmstock of Algona. Those attending were their mother, Mrs. Rahmstoek of Lakpta, and their- grandmother Mrs. Evert of Lakota, and also Staff Sgt. Davis C. Dunn. ' Guests at Cherlands— > • Rev. and'Mrs. «. C. Molsfre and family of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrsj. R. A, Bleich ofc Hurt and Mr. and Mrs, Odey Cheland were guests Sunday at the J. T. Cherland Home. ' , Thanksgiving Oiicsts-^- Thanksgiving day dinner guests of the Lawrence Raths wore Mr. • and Mrs. Carl 'Rath ond daughter I of Stewart, 'Minn., Albert Osher of 1 Taloridge, 111.. Mr. Johnson of Al- ''ona, the Clinton Raths nf Lu- Verne the Wm. Rath fnmilw. the Harvey Rath family, the' Ralph Hurlburt family the Albert Sharer family, and Mrs. Hattle Shaser. .'• :- .: ' ' • (• ' UPPER DBS MOINES, ALGONA IOWA i£35^«« " ; ""°" D ; rtuffhan-B'fulk Wedding— biancharu home. Mr. and Mrs. Harian Blanchard visited their daughter Patty a. \Vbuuwara on Sunuay. , •' Mrs. Roy' Zunkol and Mrs. Ed . Zunkel spent Friday afternoon a( the 'Fred CJ enrich home. Mrs. ii. ji. Woodward of Whi tie- more was a dinner guest Monaay evening of the W. J. Cottons. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Prieoe and family of Fenton spent TnanKs- giving day at the Atl Priebe home. Mi', and Mrs. Dave Weber and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ted Ringsdorf home, Burt. Cpl. Edwin Leudlke arrived home last week from Camp Gordon Johnson, Florida, on a ao-day furlough^ ' • . ' Mr. and Mrs. Schyler Bates and Don Mariow and family .were guests at the Eldon Mariow home on Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich of Burt' spent. Thanksgiving at the home of. their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland. Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, local beauty shop operator, recently had a new Duart- permanent wave machine installed in her shop. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macum, ber and two boys of Algona and : the Lyle Mariow family spent Sunday at the Dick O'Donnclls. Pfc. Wilbur Shoopman has re- r - 'Soefeld'is Bride— discharge from the service. : He was stationed at Camp Polk, La. . * Mr. and Mrs. Benton Currey of ' Graettingcr were guests at the home of Mrs. Currey's sister Mr. and Mrs. Allwin Lockwood here; Mr. and Mrs. Julian Cherland . Reunion at ton* At the hom'e of Mr. and Mrs Vincent Behrens in Lone Ro6k, reunion was held Sunday hbftor iftg Byron Behrens and Rofaer Bennett, who were discharged from service Oct. 24. The young nlen are close friends and it is quite a coincidence that they entered service together July 8, 1942 had furloughs at the same time saw action together and were discharged at the same time. Other ex-soldiers at the Sunday gathering were Russell Bergenson, Vemon and "Buddy" Nielson of kan- kakee, 111., who was in the air corps. Others present were the Ornle Behrens, Mrs. Emma Behrens and the Bergenson children. Russell Bergenson, Ernie Kearney, Ira Bonnett and Vernon Casler of Algona, Joe Behrens of Swea City, LuVerne, Qrnle, Seibert and John Behrens of Lone Rock, and Siebelt Behrens of Ringsted. Lois Bleich Entertains— Lois Marie Bleich, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich ot Wesley, entertaned a group of Al- gqna friends at a 6:30 dinner Sunday evening. Guests were Dffrbthy Young, Norma Voyles, Thelma Putz, Dick Ditsworth, Don Ens- Strom, Donald and James Will, and Don Brdwn. The group then Mrs. Laird Entertains— Mrs. Cidney Laird entertaine ten friends Saturday afternoon a tea in honor of her daughter, Mrs Jane Barnes of DCS Moines, Mrs Robert Lucy (Mary Elizabeth Godden), and Jean French, SK-2c WAVE'S, stationed at- St. Louis Mo. Sunday Dinner Party- Mrs. J. E. Walker entertained the following relatives at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and Marelcne, Ralph Eugene and .Gloria, Mr. and Mrs Harold Kuecker and baby of Wes Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom and Mrs. Frank Moulton. Dr._ and Mrs. Andrews Honored— Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkcn- lainer, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mur- -agh, and Judge and Mrs. G. W. stillman entertained at dinner, Monday night, a farewell courtesy o Dr and Mrs. W. D. Andrews who are leaving for New Mexico oon. !ntcrtaln Family Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee ntertained at a family dinner "hanksaivjng rlsy. Guests were Mr and Mrs. Wi J. Sigsbee, pa- onls of Harlan, Bob Sigsbne who sxasswass-JS '.rffK'-f'SH'E Lake. Mrs. Gene Wray Honored— Following a short business meeting of the Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi a post-nuptial shower was held for one of the chapter's members, .Mrs. Gene Wray, the former Agnes Pelisek. A light lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Merle Pratt. Mrs. Shirley Larson, and Rosalie Swanson. Honored at, Dinner— Sunday evening Mr '.and Mrs Don Hutchison, Mrs. Helen Pletch Mrs. Helen Whtie and Mrs. Rhorla Bonar entertained at dinner for Dr and Mrs. W. D. Andrews who are leaving soon for Alibu^'tiRt-r-uo NeW', and for Harold Cn'v- an, who has recently been discharged from service and was ing welcomed home. and Miss Ruth Ann Steb"e who is in nurses training at Omaha. This is 'the first time the entire family has been together in four years. Betty Mesiiiff to Wcrl— Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Mcsing an nounjce, the approaching marrag' of their'daughter Unity Jran ti Val 'Hplzer o£ Bisrnark, N. D. Tb> wedding •-win take place Nov. 2! at RerrtonV Wash. Mr. Hnlrcr wa< recently discharged from the n.nvj after five 1 years of servic". After an cxM»isiv/; wnrldin" trirt they will make their home at Ren ton. ASK VOLUNTEERS FOR ROOMS HER! The shortage of living quarters in Algona, bad chough- hV past weeks, is acute at presettt. , Reports from the Algona Chamber of Commerce, aftd inquiries made at the newspaper- offices, indicate that • unless rooms at least are made'avail- able, people are going 'to toe practically living in the streets. . , An urgent appeal is therefore made that anyone w;ith. spare rooms in their homes, or, any quarters that can-be habitable, report the fact to the .Chamber of Commerce, phone one; Tuesday, the wife of a soldier overseas, who has a small 'child, searched all. day for a room without results. A young couple moving here to enter business have found no place to live after a week of. searching. Arid o . it goes. . If you have any rooms, or a oom, now is a good lime to rent hem, and help relieve the short- ge. Mr*. Rites Bancroft, Sunday MI'le'r Kntraccrt— itno-oi. <:r-r"iccs for Mrs. Aug- P"tthoff, Pnnf-ofl, wore hold j'ijat 2:30 : ,ii. >. Sun-Jav at thp Im- "lan""! Li;>ran chvrr.h, there. Dr._N. J. Nolron was in chprtje. "-•!. Potthoff passed away last Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller havel Ftiday '.* announced the engagement arid' s ° 's-sun.-i"od by her hus- approaching marriage of their .daughter,. Margaret, to Jerome Hardgrove, son of Mrs. Fern Hard- band, thrr:e children and two sis t*™. Chilrlrnn are Mrs. Oavbrant Wihhnn rif Titonka, and Mary ----- , ----- ..... „. ^ ^.. llalu _ grove. Margaret recently returned-' ''^ DnnaJd at hom from California where she had Potthoff ' of X-akota is a sister. been employed in a bank. Jerome is home from the navy ; Reids Dinner Hosts — •Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reid en- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Cherland The ibride given in m^rtWB e bv and family .spent Sunday with' her father wote a sltTn £ late TWrc PViorlnnrl'd .hrnfnpr nnr! fnm- *« A *..H ...IIL. _ . . •..-:. • .' * a h*" • ,Amy;,K9thryn Seefeld, above, ,.,becdmo 'the bride of Stephen A. Kuhfi,;Sunday .afternoon, Nov. 25, .paui, were married Saturday "••'.The'* RPV Tnthor w T ««,.».• - sff$atf&z$J*8& $*&& sS?5*srti by the Rev. Father L; Piolette.; • , .. Mrs. Cherland's brother and family, the John Jacobsons. of Cyllind- '-; er. ' Lucile Genrich, Helen Jensen and Laura Radig returned to their •'-. school duties at Ames on Sunday ;. after spending the Thanksgiving holidays at their respective homes. Mrs. Angus Cotton, Mrs. Fred ;, Genjrich, Mrs.' 'Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. -/Frank Flaig and Mrs. Emil Kraft attended a' Red Cross meeting in Algona Tuesday afternoon o — ---=—•- ---—-^ «»--..«-". ijic uuupje js now resioi Mr. and/Mrs. Roy Jensen and i 476 Dayton Ave, St Paul M 'nnrl 1\^nn tpf-.-tm-l T/\nr>nM nM,l . ' • *" > *.***' , gown with a sweetheart, neqicliKi. and long sleeves, Shealsii :wore' a fingertip veil and carried! a large ; beautiful bouquet of flowers* . -J~ The maid pf honor was Dorothy Kennedy. • Miss Bifulk, was alsp ? '"ended by three • bridesmaias. Wm M.. Doughan, brpther of the groom, was best manr ' • ' Following the ' ceremony >break i fast -was served at' .the. brfde'3 home. for the bridal pSfty. .-'. The couple is now residing at , ; Mr. .'and Mrs. Ernest Jensen and .,' family were Sunday evening dinner guests of the Fred Dransfeldts, Algona. ••••' ' ' , '••/-. Mrs. Raymond .Bierstedt, Mrs: :, Calvin Houseijoldeu, Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee, Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee and ' Marietta Bestenlehner spent-Mon• day in Fort Dodge. .Thanksgiving day dinner guests -, of'. the'-Roy Jensens',were Mr. and ' Mrs. Otto Jensen, Mr.' and Mrs. Russell Jensen, Hans Jensen and daughter Tina, and Maxine Flalg, Miss Charlene 'Rath spent tha Thanksgiving holidays at the pa- rentaltWm. Rath home. The Raths were Sunday dinner guests at the Allen Hungerford home, Swea City. The Carl Raths of Stewart, ... Minn/,- spent Thursday night and Friday at the Harvey Rath home, Mrs, Harvey Rath and daughters spent Sunday at the Ralph Hurlburt .home. " , Supt. L. E. Hutzell and family r spent -Thanksgiving and the week end Visiting Mrs, Hutzell's parents the Alfred Standings, of Earlham. They also visited Mr, Hutzell's mother at Adel. The Clinton Henderson famil j, spent' Thursday with Mrs. Hen :':• Person's parents, the Herma •v Neitzells of Burt. 'The Durwoo \ Neltzells o,f Bancrqft spent Sundaj , at the Hendersons. ' ; MPT : and Mrs, .Frank FJa'g -... : Maxlne, and Helen Sprenk, wer< Friday evening dinner guests o the Wm, Ratbs: Mr. ar»d*Mri spent Thursday at the gsrt man bpme st Purt, Thursday evening supper « of the EjvJn-WetzeUs wpre ,„,„ Lydis WetzelJ and family, Mr, an,t ; Mrs. Beinbart Wetze}), Mrs, ~ Pomp?, §nd Mrs, Qsear Me] I arjd Ji}dy of AlgPns, • .Mr*!- RiPh9rd«.iiehrends venter aineid |n hpop^ »f her ' ' 'Mbday Sunday, Mr, snd Mrs- Birthday Surprise Party— " ,'''Sunday evening Archie Mcbsmel was giver^ a pleasant 'birthday surprise when the '•;, following friends dropped in for the evening: Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedluncl, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shilts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank «oscoe, Mr. and Mrs: Ben IV^yers, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anllker, Mr. and Mrs. Russell MeDanel, Mr, and Mrs. C. y. Mb- , , . . . Danel and Mrs. Gladys Scott. •for ed.-the double ring ceremony .e 'presence of .the immediate 'Vi ; ' •' ^ •- • l ' I ' e llr • family and close relatives. ;.,.Iniiiaediately following the cere- mpny'';a" j three icourse dinner was- served.- •'The-table was centered with a.: three tier wedding cake b^ked'.by.the.bride's aunt of Britt. ;' The-:new,'Mrs. Kuhn has been a radio operator- for United Air Lines for the.past five years, recently-in Toledo, Ohio. -.-.Mr. Kuhn is station attendant for. the. United Air Lines in Toledo. He/previously was a gunner on a B-24' in, the army a'r force, serving :three years overseas. He earn- ed'tbe;. Purple, Heart. Air Medal and.Distinguished Flying Cross. : .Out, bf town • guests were Mr. pnd-.MtFi.'Fred Sonius of Wesley. Mr, and Mr"; Hnrm Sonius and ffaUtjhter'of Britt, David• Sonius of Woden. Other guests were' Rev. and Mrs. L. H. .-Loes.nh and Mr. and Mrs Edward' Ostrum 'and family, Algona. Mri.,-0. L. LeHert enlerlained the members of her sewing club Wednesday, afternoon. evening for Mr' and Mrs Durwoo Potter and son Jerry who are °fe iting here from California Otho? guests were Mr. and Mrs MuW '' Ringsted Paper Sold The Rincsted Disnatch, owned fcy A. L.'Anderson, has been sold ley. He expects to publish his issue rmxt weok. Ralph An- pu'-blished the paper until when he went into overseas Cross work. He is now at- . , Potter and son. Tommy.'Mrs.' SheiV ? e ? Cross work. He is now at- wood Potter and daughter Donna! tllc Iowa State College Rae and; 'Mrs. -Pearl Potter. ,, - faculty - Lewis McVVhorter is h^ri from olorado for a visit with local clatives and frieri'ds. ' • •' Mrs. fi. J. Murlagh ' #efurtied Thursday from Rochester where she had accompanied Mr. ' and Mrs. W. O; Buell bf Burt. : tbnt nc-.v n-e-wir nilflfily fl/«tn Ci--''l-iil Furnnri! Hli-vH-t (ie»n willjm.jAi',- •'- V? HAVE vou PLACED yrnofotiat^ If not, do it fjti'rlr'y; fh* <" L *V*i'V'ii btnitt tli'nn.''tht.. 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