The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1946 · Page 12
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fAGE SIX- WHITTEMORELADY A BIRTHDAY GUEST Whittcmore: A number of relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jtyttliam Leinenger, gathered at their home Wednesday evening to h«lt> Mrs. Leinenger celebrate her birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch and son Fank- litii Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke and ?on Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. William Zimmerman, Lotts Creek; Rudolph Will and daughters Alice and Martha, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. William Lauck, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ost- w.ald, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmerman. Cards were played and lunch was served. Mrs. Otto Ruhnke and William Zimmerman winning high. Miss Alice Will and Herman Zumach, low, and Mrs. William Lauck winning the travel [ prize. Leonard SchulU, son of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Schultz, has just recently been discharged from the navy in. which he served the past •three years. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hose and daughter Charlotte, and son Leon, Winnebago, 111., visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer last week. Mrs. Hose is a niece of Mrs. Meyer. Miss Rose Butler reported back to Springfield, Mo., to resume her duties as an army nurse. Her sister Miss Ruth Butler, also returned to Des Moines last week for her studies. Both girls are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. James Butler. The Jolly 500 club met with Mrs. Simon Weber Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Nick Mergen won high, and Mrs. Mike Mergen was low. Mrs. Milton Espe and Agnes Wagner were guosts of the club. Mrs. Wc'oer served a delicious lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden- witli, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith, accompanied by Shari Ann and Gary Allen Walker, grandchildren of the .former, drove to Mankato Sunday morning where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker. Gary Allen remained with his parents, while Shari Ann returned to Whittemore where she started school here and will stay with her grandparents until 'the spring term closes. New Suits Given LuVerne School Nine LuVerne: The high school boys have begun to, practice for the coming baseball season. The boys have received new suits, they have been changed from purple and white to bright red and light grey. Following is the'baseball schedule for the season: April 16, Bode there; April 18, Goldfield, there; April 22, St. Cecelia ol Algona, there; April 30, Renwick there; and May 4, C and 7 sectional tournament. v \ _ ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, 'ALGONA IOWA Seneca Club To Adopt Daughter Of A Veteran Soon P^|^T^/f^^§^^Wf Seneca: The Seneca Chapter of the United Service Womeh voted to adopt a six-year»old daughter of some veteran, under the child care "program of ofgaft^ ization, at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. James Nyman lost Tuesday, with Mrs. Jack Behrends the co-hostess. During the business meeting, new officers were installed. MfS. Fred Brown joined the organisa- tion as a new member. The next U. S. W. meeting will be hejd. May 7 at the home of Mrs. A. E. Nelson, with Mrs. C. C. Volght assisting. Fenton Church Dedicates SERVICE MEN ALSO HONORED WITH PROGRAM DINNER Fenton Beats Seneca Fenlon; Fenton high school's baseball team defeated Seneca, 7 to 4, on the Fenton field, last Tuesday, in a twilight contest •' from FUELS COAL COKE For Many this Easter is a Fulfillment of Months of Waiting and Hoping Those who kept faith during the separations and hardships of war: those who have been spared the loss of loved ones: those who at last are again able to be with their families— derive a very special meaning from this Easter season. Perhaps they, more than any others among us can fully interpret the words spoken in His name during Easter services, and can best gather the significance of Christ risen. Everything has been done by your Church to make Easter observance intensely interesting, enjoyable and inspiring to those of all ages, and from all walks of life. F. S. Norton & Son ALGONA, IOWA BUILDING SUPPLIES Fenton! v Sunday, April 7, \vas an outstanding day for the Fenton Methodist church, At the morning worship the service men and women were honored. Following the morning worship a basket dinner was served toy the ladies of the church. At 2 p. m. the new Hammond organ was dedicated under the leadership of the pastpr, Rev, F. C. Preul, who was assisted by Supt. E. F. Burgess of Algona, Dr. C. J. Semans of Estherville, and the Rev. R. A( Grigsby ol Armstrong, and the response .was by the official board and congregation. Following the dedication service Mr. Ford, staff organist' for a piano company of Des Moines, gave an organ concert which was very much enjoyed by the congregation and visitors. Harold Newel "Out" Major Harold Newel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Newel of Fontoji received his discharge from the Field Artillery Tuesday. He served in the Pacific theater of operations for more than two years and was in the service six years. He is employed with the Texaco company in the engineering department. Mr. and Mrs. Newel reside in Long Beach, Calif. W. E. C. S. Meeting . The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church held its regular meeting last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Light gave a report, Mrs. G. B. Johnson was in charge of the devotions. The program was led by Mrs. E. W. Ruskc. She was assisted by Mrs. V. J. Tatum, Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. John Light, Mrs. Fred Mortcnsen and Mrs. O. H. Stoebcr. The hostesses were Mesdames Paul Cornelius, Wilfred Stoeber, Earl Crouch, Shelby Wcisbrod, Clarence Osborn and Rex Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel attended the funeral services of an aunt at Lime Springs, la., Monday. . Miss Betty Jean Schwartz, nurse at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, was a- Tuesday visitor in Fenton Olive and Wilma Morgan of Eagle Grove spent from Friday until Monday evening at the Leo Woods home. T-5 Wm. H. King Jr. landed in Seattle last week. His wife is living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Holldorf. Mr. .and Mrs.' John Strueckcr entertained Miss Eunice Johnson and Pfc. Calvin Vaudt at dinner, Wednesday evening. Ed Lindsey, who attends school in DCS Moines, spent the weekend with his wife and daughter and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Schuelke of Storm Lake spent Monday at the home of their daughter Mrs. A. F. Rchder and her family. Mrs. Neoma Thompson and Gene spen* Inst weekend at the- home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegencr, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Wolfgram are visiting Fenton friends and their daughters Mrs. Geo. Jentz and Mrs. Art Mueller this week. Mr. and Mrs, Simon Kipfer left Sunday evening to visit their son Warrant Officer Loren G. Kipfer and wife at Newport News, Va. Miss Lorraine Gramenz and Miss Phyllis Gibbons wer Sunday dinner guests at the Russell Pendelbury , home at Emmetsburg. John Fuhr, Rolland Watson, and John Gramenz were in Mason City Monday afternoon where they attended a D-X oil meeting. Mr. and Mrs. H. Thomas and Barry of Green Mountain came Sunday to spend a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Weisbrod. Pvt. Gerald Jentz, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz, left Sunday from Mason City to return to Fort Ord, Calif;, after a ten-day furlough at home. Elmer Krause of Fenton has accepted a position at Zumach's Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Krause have one child and will move into the Zumach residence. Pvt. Gerald Jentz, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz, left Sunday from Mason City to return to Fort Ord, Calif., after a ten-day furlough at home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod arrived home Wednesday after spending four months in California with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Munch and small bay. Vernon Finnestad, who, attends Augustana Academy at Canton, S. Dak., spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Finnestad., Sylvester Brace of LiuVerne and, Ruth Ann Clement of Algona were dinner guests at the S. E. Straley home last 3unday. Mr. Brape is Mrs. Straley's nephew, Capt. and Mrs. H, N. Wilberg, who are visiting relatives in Rjnjsted, spent last Friday after- jaoon at the . A. Schwartz home. C?apt. Wilberg if, a nephew of M.rs. Schwartz. Mrs.'Otto Ohrtman of Fenton and brother Carl Hunt of Rockwell City have Just returned |ypm a IQ-ctey auto trip to Newcastle, Pa., where they visite4 with their mother. Machinist Mate 3rd Class Carl Qhrtman, son pf Otto Ohrtman, called his folks from San Diego Tuesday evening. He had Just arrived from the Marshall^ after being there- nine months Previous to that he rpent ten months at Peart Harbor, Y • s • " - • MEN! HERE'S "FROMT PAGE" NEWS 1 • We've Just Received . ' ,• a Shipment of < Handsome New TOPCOATS •25 <• '35 Including "Alpagoras" and Crest-Knits ; - '••';'" But Come Early for Yours! ivc simply say: If you need a Topcoat, and ivnnt something rcnlly good, get down to Hull Clothiers and see these! Ji'l.eo.'ip.O.Sf tweeds, herringbones' — in en me! xhad'rt, light and dark greys, blues. Jfetv- f-st Oy front and 8-bntton styles. 'Nuf suM! Leuthold - Williams Company GREETINGS This Friendly B^nk Extends Cordial Easter Greetings to All Its Many Friends in Al- gona, Kossuth County and Northern Iowa, SECURITY STATE BANK J, W. Hazard, Vice Prtp, &> BcbwneH. C*sWer

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