The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1945 · Page 4
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PAGE TWO_ 2 LUVMNE CLUBS MEET; ONE HELD ELECTION OpERS LuVbrne: « Tho J. ,1, club mc-l Friday aflelfiioVifv.dt the cininlry home of Mt»t> •Mferi.fy Miller with twelve, members answering roll cull. Mrs.'Harry Lichty, vice'presi- dent of the club, had charge of the business meeting. A book review was fijven tiy-" Mrs. J. A. ttjetle. The entertainment for the afternoon was-irr charge of Mrs. William Boetseh and quiz games and contests were -held.- Lunch was served.by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting will be a Christmas party, Dor. 14 at the home of Mrs. Hui'li Shirk. The Good Will club met Tuesday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Robert Hardcopf with Mrs. H. D. Rlstau as assistant hostess. Election of officers was held at this meeting and the officers elected were: president, Mrs. Ted Wegner; vice president Mrs; Churls Hint/; secretary, Mr:;. Harry Chrislensen, and treasurer, Mrs. Helena Stripling. Sixteen members were present at the meeting. Entertainment for the afternoon was in charge of Mrs. Harry Chrislensen and Mrs. Helena Stripling. Lunch was served by the hostess-at the close of the' meeting. The next'meeting will bo a Christmas parly at IHc-home of Mrs. Frank Sanford. Two New Youngsters— Mrs. Albert Fish and her baby son, Albedt Jr., came home Thursday from the General hospital in Algona. Mrs. Fish is the former Vera Fctt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Felt. Mr. Fish is in thy navy. Pvt. and Mrs. James Thorn are the parents of a 7 pound 0 ounce baby boy born Saturday evening ui " o'clock in the Kossulh hospital in Algona. The baby has been named Timothy John. There are two other sons in the family Mrs. Thorn is the former Velma Hiimus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olio Ramus. Pvt. Thorn is spending a furlough with his wife and family. Returns from .Rochester— Postmaster..J. L. Lichty came home Saturday evening from Rochester, Minn., aft*r spending a few days with his wife who had undergone a major operation 'n the hospital there. It is reported that Mrs. Lichty is geting along fine at this writing. Home on a Leave— Arlq Dchnert, QM2-C, spent a short leave with his mother Mrs. Ed Dehnert, and also with his sister Donna. Arlb is in the navy and just recently returned to the United Stales, from. Nagoya, Japan. He has eleven battle stars and expects to be discharged from the navy by February: He left Monday evening for Lemmon, South Dakota, to visit his father who is employed in construction work there. Upon completion of his leave Arlo will rcporl'lo San Pedro, Calif. He Is a 1041 graduate of Ilic LuVernr high school. Breaks Back in Fall— Mrs. U. S. Gram received word Sunday that her son Frank Brown of Norn SmToas fell from a ladder Saturday while ho was painting and received a broken arm and back and log injuries. He is in the hospital in Mason City. Evelyn Jones who is attending high school in Minneapolis, spent the week end at the home of her mother Mrs. Art Jones. Mrs. W. W. White of Santa Ana, "alii'., called on friends hero Monday. Mrs. White has been visiling in Renwick for the past month. Mrs. Lawrence Hof returned to •ier home in Denver, Colo., after spending several weeks visiting hr husband and other relative/ and friends. Miss Florence Godfrey of Hinn- boldt spent the week end visiting :it the home of her mother Mrs. Olla Godfrey and also with her sister Rubye. Pfc. Kenneth Marly arrived home, the first of the week from Camp Grant, 111., to visit at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs., William Marty. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti and Mr. and Mrs. James Paulson attended a locker convention which was held in Marshalltown, Thursday and ^Friday. Arnold Pergando, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. August Pcrgande, has enlisted in the navy and ho left Friday Tor California where he will receive his boot Irainini-. Mrs. Ralph Stoll and Mrs. CUn ; - otifo Nielson accompanied by M> - . and Mrs. Joe Johnson of Aldon were guests recnntlv at tho home of Mrs. David Strain in Webster City. Marian, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rusher, fame home recently from the Merry hospital in Fort Dodge whom r-iie had been a medical patient for ,-evfir.i) weeks. Anyone wishin™ to c»nd letl f "'s or cards to Mrs. J. L. Lichlv who is a medical paliomt at Rochet- , Minn., should address the fnn'l to Mrs. Lichl.v. %Samaritan Hole! Ro'-hoster, Minn. Guesis over the «'eek en'l nt l'~"> home .of Mr. and Mrs. Fr"d M"rHe were 1st LI. nnd Mr<; Earl Lehman and son Billy of Des Moine<; Cord Party St,.Benedict Sclioo! Hull ••] DKC'KMHKK 9 ;".', J O'clock '•;.; liuiieli served •,-3^^'':'lBen Kuntel |Irs. BJJke Arudorlfer Mrs. Emmii Lehrtian and' Walter "Rapp both of Boxholth; Mr. dhd; Mrs. .Toe Johnson of Alden wefjs week end 'guests at the ••home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll. They also visited at the Willinm; falter and Clifford Johnson' homes in Algona. Week, end guests at the home of Mr. and Mi's Bert Ramus were her parents Ml 5 .- and Mrs. Lawrence Soim, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Seim and Clarence Aakre all of Decov- ah. Mrs. Clarence Aakre who had spent the week visiting at the Ramus liotYie returned homo with them. The Women's Missionary Society of the. Evangelical chuvch met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Miller with Mrs. Paul ncckman as assistant host- ess. Mrs. Edwin Hefti had charge of the devotions and .Mrs. Walter Hefti gave the lesson. Election of officers was held. The Comrade Sunday school class of the Evangelical church met Wednesday evening at tho country home of Mrs; EdvvtH Marty. Mrs. Albert Hefti had charge of the devotional period and Bernard Wolf gave the las- son. Miss Esther Merkle had charge of the entertainment for tho evening, Mr, and Mrs. Victor Knary and son Curtis left the latter part of the vveek for Sioux City after spending,several days visiting :it the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Emmelt Knary. Hector, twin brother of Victor, who recently received his honorable dis- cKtirge 1 roni the" flMy f$ttjfftiiefe'td Siou* City \vith tteffi to'visit Jfoi 1 several days. •••,r : : ' Bodfe School Closed ^' Bode: The Bode scHbdl wfis" closed Mondny beeausls '$"". t "flu" epidemic. Many .pup;ils wore ill, and lya Nclr Larso'A, fith ftrade teaeHen and'Supt>';K( O. Berkland, were nl^o" strickc'ft. Boy For Itildrtiatts mu, N WesJey; A bqby girl vj?as born Monday morning .to Mr,, a'tid Jyfi's. John Hlldman. They rf,oy>, have, a fqinily of, two girls, a'nii. o.ri,e boy. Mrs. Hildmari is llie''former Florence Hilbert. - *-**••*+*• "—" Men, OAK " to GREATER '-pHRtFT Is the "buy £J. word" at Council b<tk! 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