The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 22, 1946
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>«fw 'V *'' . '••";•-. ' •' '*" •'"'.'".•• '-""•<' i•>',--) : '>* ••"'.' -.'i^V*"^ y ?\ l - J >:-'&5'tf-;:'.' f»AGE StX. , ALOONA , ; V^leKiamjMm^ MOMA BM»* BODE MEN HOLD REUNION ON CUAM Bode: Three service men frohi Bode, Lieutenant J. W. Sehnit, F. W. Aldinger, storekeeper 3-c., and Melvih Bratlahd, Mi M. 3-c., met several times oh the Island of Guam recently. V»t talks lo P. iTx. Miles Holden of Humboldt returned service man, gave a talk at P. T. A. meeting Tuesday evening, January 15. He formerly lived in Bode, and during his army career spent considerable time in China. Flityd Torgerson presided over th6 business meeting. Several musical numbers were presented. Th* next meeting will be February 23. Mrs. Leo Kinseth is a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital, Foft Dodge. William Rossing has been visiting at the home of his son Rev. Erling Rossing in Garretsen, S. Dak. ftichard Bakken, T-5, son or after spending 18 months in the European Theatre. Mrs. Robert Bcnbow left for Des Moines Tuesday, where she will spend a few days visiting friends. Elmer E. Wendt, who has been sef-ving in the army the past 39 months, has received his honorable discharge and is home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Berge and daughters Sandra Kay and Jerrie of Algona spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Berge. A daughter was born to Pfc. and Mrs. Royal Hanson in a Long Beach hospital January 5. She has been named Melody Belinda. Mrs. Hanson is the daughter of the late Elmer Pedcrson. Melvin Bratland, M. M. 3-c.,, hospitalized since landing in the States last November, in the Naval hospital in Oakland, Calif., has received his medical discharge and in company with his wife returned home Saturday. Robert Chambers spent a few days here last week visiting relatives en route to Los Angeles, Calif., to meet his wife, who has been making his home there while he was in service. He spent two years overseas in the ETO and received his honorable discharge. When Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Esmay returned from church services Sunday they were greeted soon after 'by a party of friends from Fort Dodge arid Humboldt, who came to celebrate Mr. Esmay's birthday, which was on the following day, Monday, Jan. 14. Pfc. Richard Christianson came by plane from Washington, D. C., to Kansas City, Mo., and thence by bus to Fort Dodge, where he was met by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Christianson. After spending a few days here he left Sunday night for Fort Belvoir, Va. Sgt. Madeline Olson, daughter of Mr. and-Mrs. Chris Olson, after a visit at her home, has left for Washington, D. C., where she a secretarial position with a law expected to spend a few days with her sister Thclma, who has firm there. While here she received a promotion to Staff Sergeant and received orders to report to Kelley Field at San Antonio, Tex. Bancroft Girl To Wed Portland Twp, Youth In Spring Portland; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Doocy, Bancroft, announce the engagement of their daughter, Julia, to Paul Miller, S 1-c S. K., son of Mf. and Mrs. Earl Miller. Portland twp. The wedding is to- be in Iat6 spring, when Paul is released from the navy. He has been on the U. S. Richmond in the Pacific area, for more than two years. He is to report at DCS Moines, Jan. 27. At Ark*ni*8 Wadding Mrs. Edward Wolf . •returned Tuesday evening from a week's trip to Prairie View, Arkansas. Mrs. Wolf was accompanied by her son Clare, an ex-service man, and her daughter Mary Lee Wolf, R. N., Carroll. Ordered lo Bed Mrs. Mennett Trunkhill has been ordered to her bed for two weeks by her doctor. She is suffering with varicose veins. Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf spent the past week with her mother Mrs, Kathryn Mulligan, Bancroft. Rose Marie went up to relieve her mother, for the weekend. Lt. Calvin Bristow and George Moore reached home Thursday, Jan. 17. Both had been in Europe for about two years. Mrs. Bristow and two small daughters recently moved to their new home in Burt. George is back home with his brothers, on their farm. The occasion was the wedding of Clare, only son of l\\a Wolfs and Miss Helen Fitehie, Prairie View. They will Jive at Barnum and Claiv will be interviewer at the !i. S. employment office at Fort. Dodge. 30 Guests Honor Bride At Swea City Thursday Evening Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Roalson entertained at their . home, Thursday evening, Jan. 17 honoring her brother, Earl Berg, and his bride, who was formerly Miss Viola Cheney, Fairmont, About' 30 guests were present, including friends and relatives of the Bergs. Out of town relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Finlayson, Rockwell, and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Berg, Fairmont. The evening was spent with games and visiting. Many nice gifts were brought for the honorees, and the hostess served a delicious two-course lunch at a late hour. Dance Nets $463 The dance sponsored here recently for the benefit of the infantile paralysis fund, made a net profit of $463.94, a report of the dance ' committee showed, this week. Mrs. Glen Tofteberg and Mrs. Magnus Rongved have received official word from the government that their brother Pfc. Laurence Mathiason was killed in action on January 16, 1945. He was reported missing January 21, 1945. His wife, the former Bcr- nicc Partnsy, Chicago, has visited here several times, and is at present working as a nurses' aid at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. . - ; " . SERVE FEUOWSHIP Swea City: Circles 6ne arid two of the W. S. G..S. of the Methodist church Served a fellowship dinner to the church membership ThUrs* day evening. Entertainment was In charge of Mrs. Lucille Swanson and Mrs. Minnie" Thompson, and Included musical numbers,- read- Ings and games. Two fellowship dinners are held during the year, and are served by the various circles of the Society. ' Plan Sale Soon— The Floyd Treats will hold a closing out sale at tHelr farm 5 miles southwest of Swea City, Wednesday, Jan. 23. The Treats Will move to their new home at Brainerd, Minn., this spring, and will operate a fine cabin camp which they bought last summer. The James H. Doocys will tenant their Swea township farm. Returns On Visit— • Lt. (jg) Verne Wegner has been here visiting the Supt. A. H. Schulers, and the Geo. K. Nelson families. Before he entered service he was an instructor and athletic coach in the Swea City high and wHlvifWdi CfiflStl afth6«jid$ , With Bolfind,- ..__ __ .... Nartharn LumbfP'Cor.fttendftd a convention of NortheJ'rt .tumbfcr-i men's Association In Mtfih«a{»dM last week. , , Clinton fi. Vaux, • Mt. Verhoh, Wash,, visited his fa'ther J, L. Vaux and his 'brother Caftt. J. £. Vaux last week, leaving hftr* fdf, Hartford, Conn., to attend 6fi in** surance company meeting. V New Ownership In Ledyard Store A* \ Of January IjSfjh - .';> Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. Wni, Bauman took over thelf$few store! Tuesday, January 15, 'Mid the store 1 will now be the Baumah Variety; store instead of (the Wetfftfe Variety. Mr. Welfare is helping In the store until Feb. 1. Miss ~ lores Gelhaus, Mrs. Baum'atfs sister, is also helping In Ihe store. . Modernette Club— ,: The Modernette clutf held its first meeting of the new year last Wednesday at the home of Mrs; Ray Valvlck. All eight members were present and responded to WU ftsf : teil4n* their objective Jnteresttftf of Clothing.'? , oft on Jltt t*su>— •- - Y .C... '$r7 'and Mrs. Harry, Sehroeder ah* Ben >'Mayfer .went < to Algona oh Thursday-and called oh. Jim lijfslie in the rKdssuth .hospital. Mf, Leslie fell last week and .brofcfe his hip. 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