The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1945 · Page 14
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ALCldNA Swea (City: son, son- -6f •:•> son, Swea^r,e Marsch.idauftKteP-.ftl;Mr. afldyMrsV Oscar Harsdi, :-Bofrsteei, :•$$.• $p.« were married "Ftjdny v.-jpothmg; Nov. 30^fr 10io'i«oek-in:?the:'Birst Methodist .efctifoh, :Sipux:>?aits. : The serVlcfe was read b'y Dr. John V. Madison and the bride waif given in marriage .• by her. father. ,The attendants wete Ryth Harsch, sister of the bride, and Dr. C. C. Foulk, -Siouxi Falls. A wedding dinner was served at ; the Lloyd Harsch home, Canton', :S. D. THie couple will live, at 'Pipestone, Minn., where Dr. Anderson has bought a veterinary practice. After graduating from Iowa Slate college poctor .Anderson practiced ; at Brlstow, S. D. Doctor and "Mrs. Clarence An* derson left Saturday ;by car lor California. Dr. Anderson expects to open up his dentist of- tice here when he returns after a short visit. Go to Minneapolis— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson closed their house-Saturday and left for Minneapolis. Of late ye.ars Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have spent their winters with ; their sons in Minneapolis and their daughter in Chicago. . Bjick From California •JJVIr. and Mrs. 'A, J./Bilsborough are home, after an extended visit with their son Donald and wife ajid other relatives in California arid-Texas. Don is employed by the air lines at San Francisco. !Mrs. John E. Anderson underwent a major operation at a Fair- mint hosnital Friday, Dec. 1. .-.Nancy Butterfield, daughter of M.r. and Mrs. Stewart Butterfield, has been ill with pneu- rs. jJohn^rE. Atfder- son attended ,:the ,w6dding of Itheir *-i0n Hpr. ••.'Jw.Vllle . vMrs. ('HafOld Mfcpelquist and daughter 'Judy '"returned ' last week to their apartment here, after stayjfig ..several ^months at Bmmefabufg. ,\vhiie Harold .'.was serving ih'the navy. He expects to -.get., his,, discharge Jhis week and-'retut'n -to -Swea- City -to "be With his 'family. .Carl..Reed was. in Waterloo on business Friday. 'Raymond'-Heller and Norbert .Zumach Ayerc-discharged from the army last week. Mrs. Elzabeth Eisele is confined to her bed ,wJth the flu and under th6 doctors care this week. Mr. and Mrs. .Clyde Oingerich spent the past week visiting with relatives in Benson and Worthington, .Minn. Evelyn Voigt,attended a turkey dinner wjth the. court house gang .-in- Algona Monday night, at Leona Siemer's. /A son wasjborn to Mr, and Mrs Clarence, Striiecker in. the/Luth- eranihospital at Fort Do.dge •Wednesday of |ast .week. Mr. 'and Mrs. J. J: Rosendahl and sohs Ralph" and Danny were Wednesday .evening visitors with Mr. and-Mrs. Edwin Greinert. .Mrs. Dofa'l.Elbert and Mrs. Nell Farrell accompanied Mr. and Mrs. George Yeager to Miami, Fla., where they':will spend the Winter. Mr. and ^Mrs. Herman Meyer, Mr and Mrs. .Herman Voigt and August Gacie .were Sunday night visitors \ytih Mr. and Mrs! Arthur 'Heidenwith. . Fehton: Bob.Weisbrod.arrived Sunday ,after .receiving his discharge at Lowry ; Field, :W6 has .been t in the service thr^e years ; and three .months, and ^perit .five .months of it overseas in the Pacific area. , Birthday Honors ; Mr. and.Mrs. Gerald Voigt entertained Mrs. Voigt's parents Mr. and Mrs; Fred Geigel-and her gi-andparents.Mr. and .Mrs.;;F.rank Geigle, .all .of Algpna, at dinner Sunday. The .occasion was in honor of .Mrs. ;Fred Geigel's birthday. Sioux City Round Trip i Mr. and Mrs. ;Ernest Votteler and Mr. and 'Mrs. E. K. Johnson motored to Sioux City Monday. They returned the same evening. Miss Josephine Lund spent the Weekend in Mason City. ;Joan Meyers of "BitefiS college spent ,the L! we8k6nd.at phreritnl-Alfred" Meyers hothe. ' Mf.-ahd.Mrs.nWtally Smith left Friday -for JlMnSiii -to Vfelt fftends. ! Prom 'there 1 -they IntetM to go out West. ;Mr. a,nd Mrs, defence .Yagef and sons .Don ajid/Iiearny of Des Moines spent -the ,wefekehd at the parental -W:'V. 'Yager nftd C.- P. Kern homes. Mr. and' Mrs. -Forrest frartifdrt and daughtei^BfiVbafa Were Surit" day dinner and supper gue'sts nt the home Of Mrs.* Elfrieda Leland at Swea City. Mrs. Ray Priebe an~d da,tjgHters|j| Jacqueline and Barbara returned' home Thurstldy •otfter ,spendingi several days ^at.rthe home of her jarents. at Decorah. Lt. Mary Jane Eigler spent from •Wednesday k to Sunday at the home ,of"her;;paren.ts,; the Frank tRi«lers. '-She is stationed at a camp in Missouri. Her parents -.uon her to Des Moines Sunday,' •from where she^went•.on to Mis- -,'ouri. . . "•.-...') Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Jackie Gerhard and Mrs. H. E. -% &;>w '"• *£*# *' •'•v*' ? '/I*' 1 , . ' \ ' '-7--O: .' ; -'I':" \.,-..*--^f:;±^^^^ s ,Weftt to Spencer (Wednesday evening to se-e^'WiU ftediRdimtsrvwhd'WflS in 1 Spencer u.on ,bu?iness in connection with' the insurance company he vworksj-for in i D<js" "^MoineS. fMn- Relmers -was recently (discharged after 20 months in the army.' ffhe boys' and girls' basketball iteams played Lakota 'here Fr'lrtay .night and won both games. .The girls' game was close and the local girls won by 1 point 15rl4 The boys' store was 41*2S. "Earlier in the'Week Ledyard playe'd -Seneca there and lost,bothtgames. , Edw, Priebe entertained ,tthe nigtnftfifs 6f her bridge club Saturday afternoon, OufcsW dMhe'alub.'Were'MM. OU IVer Stoebef, ,Mrff. -Hex Wolffr Mrs, Ernest Vflttelerj Mfsy.MerVin 1 PHfcbe ahd Mrs. <X F. Wegenef. High score pftfce.went to Mrs* Ered Newel, aflrl second hjgh to Mrs. E. 'K.' Johnson. ,!BBAD THE WAHt ADS Assure your family of na warm, ^comfortable J home these coJd winter :dayS. 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