The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1945 · Page 6
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PAGE FOUR. AT WESLEY SOLD TO EDMUND OTIS Wesley: A deal was closed here Saturday when Dr. R. K. Richardson sold his residence to Edmund Otis. The house has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dwyer. Mrs. Dwyer and children have been living in Humboldt. Mr. Dwyer is with Del Benton in the operation of two corn shelters, and general trucking. Dr. and Mrs. Richardson moved to Algona Tuesday find he will operate the General hospital with Dr. S. W. Meyer. They had been in Wesley about nine years. Mnfor Wester Oul— Major Karl Wester, wife and two daughters left for their home at Oskaloosa Sunday noon. They came Friday night to visit his parents the Emil Westers. Karl was recently discharged from the army following two years service in the Pacific war zone. He will resume his work with the Extension service of Iowa State college at Ames. Spl'l With Titonka— Tha pirls basketball team dc- fonled Titonka in a game played there Friday evening. The local 'hoys were beaten the same evening by Titonka. Mrs. Mullin Hostess— Mrs. Charles Mullin entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Tom Mc.Mah.on' and Mrs. Don KraUs .were guests. Mrs. Francis Hauptman won high score prize and Mrs. Kraus low score prize. Santa Glaus Dec. 22— Santa Claus will visit Wesley Saturday afternoon, December 22 with treats for all children, His visit is sponsored by the American Legion, the Lions club and business places of Wesley. The Conservation League is rnonsorins a feather party Wednesday evening December 12. Mr. and Mrs.. John Llekteig and SMMey wefe Sunday gulsts at the Dennis Lickteig home in Clear L*jce. fra^Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs..Will Meyer is ill and confined to his home with a strep thrdat infection. Rev. J. A. Riggs and Mrs. Esther Skow have completed work for Wesley and Wesley township m the religious census. Mrs.j3enry Swanson and Mrs. Guy Dlmond entertained the Priscilla Pho.ebe society on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Frank Bleich, Mrs. Tom McMahon, Mrs. H. H. Raney and Bud Ktitschara went to Mason City,Thursday of last week. R. C. Bauer, local implement dealer, attended a 3-day convention of International Implement Co. at Des Mpines last week. John Meuhe, who is employed at Albert Lea, Minn., came Friday evening and spent the weekend with his father J. B. Meuhe. Edward Haack, who was recently discharged from the navy, is employed in an electric shop m Sioux City. He also attends a night school. Mrs. G. L. Olson entertained at two tables of bridge Friday even- ' "1&. .Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer won high ! score-pfize and. Mrs. H. J. Raney i low score prize. • ] Ed Drummer arrived here Saturday from Fresno, Calif., with his discharge after four years in service: He was married in February to Teresa Weig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Weig. Lois Hildman and five lady friends from Mason City spent the weekend at her parental Tony Hildman home. Other Sunday dinner guests included Mary Jane Studer and Rosemary Matz. 'John Bauer returned' to the Prairie Jones Hospital Center at Fort Custer, Mich., last week fol-' lowing a 50-day furlough at his parental R. C. Bauer home. He visited Paul Lorenz at a camp near Milwaukee. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson, Cedar Rapids, came up Friday evening to spend the weekend at the J. L. Haverly home i here and at the Will Becker i home at Algona where the ladies' mother, Mrs. Matilda Johnson, now lives. I' Adam Matern took Mrs. Rita IRickc and son Jerry to Des Mr», J. P. Jensen of Bode Hostess At Club Meet . . Bode: Tuesday afternoon ' vember 20, the Bode Women's club met at the home of Mrs. 3. P. Jensen. The Scheduled program of the year, 'Famous Gardens of the World" was in charge of Mrs. Loren Eastman. It was decided to have their Christmas party on the evening of December 18 when there would be a special program with an exchange of Christmas gifts. MaVis Olson, Shirley arid Phyllis Dasen spent Thanksgiving at the Rudy Olson home. Mrs. George Free of Algona spent Thanksgiving day in Bode at the home of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Walter Thompson. Mrs. Glen Graham and son Gary have returned to their home in Mason City after a week's visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Eastman. Mrs. G. R. Smith and children ot St. Paul and M. L. Hauge of Minneapolis spent Thanksgiving and the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jensen. La Fry Olsen returned to Coon Rapids Sunday evening after spending the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Irvifl M. Olson. Earl Opheim, Radio Man 3-c., after ?. 72-hour leave at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Cai'l Opheim, has returned to his duties at Chicago, Great Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gangestad and daughters Rebecca and Rachael were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. .Damborg in Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Enger have received word that their son Capt. Le Roy Enger has arrived in the States from Korea. He had been in the Philippines for 29 months. While Mrs. Leonard Schmidt is visiting her son Vernon who is Moines Thursday of last week where Jerry was given a medical check-up. Mrs. J. M. Kunz and Billy accompanied them to Des Moines and visited at the parental Mrs. Ann Kunz home over the weekend. In the Mavj^tatioMjfvMftf _ h6ma City, her mother Mfgtj MOdfg of Buri il staVWf at Schmidt home. ' ' ! , o <." Private RMafd CiflksJ sort of; Mr. rind Mrs. Art tJttfj* tiaftsbri, is home ori S 30-day fi lough frorn Port JflcRSofl. Sr ! _., after which n6 refidrts i tot dfity at Port She'fidah, 111, ., f' : :'\' Mr. and Mrs. .ftayJ^'difti arid son MafVin Lee 6f Feritdri WlrS visitors at the Meivln'Braltla'ndS and were /Thanksgiving dinner guests there. Mrs. KadiWg is til* former Gladys Brattlflftd, , Last week Mrs. Aifllo.,Smith tertained Miss Pern Wdlfe^of son City and.Mr.-ana-Mrs.; N..JJ; Howell of San Diego}»<3alif. Pfa Milo Smith is with the army intelligence service and is now located in Tokyo. Mr. and Mrs, :P,....G), t JSsmay had as their.-'** -«.^ ••••-- - ••••• guests -.:-f .._ Claire,: Lt. _.. Moore and-l^iss all bf Hurribbldi: Phil Van Driest' Dunhill WindjnMtiJE arelle Lighter StBrlinaySSlver Uses No Fuel ", SJze 1'4x3-in. si, Exira Wick Inclu^a' fHONt ''. : >'.?$,:' C^ ^^763 tflth MT^"".'^-."!**-»*«»•';-**» iMi6- ; rla1^: IfV' ft»;h«vflbeefi' tm m resioenwj.OTi's.^ea'/.fefiiytra yfMK^t&lii^'fm^m ':-JS%^'*i|8yjfe^PJP4ayi!| Yoti will be able to find the ideal Christmas gift for everyone on your list here in our store, gay and beautiful with Us holiday merchandise. We invite you to come in * ? n d look around. 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