The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1946 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 30, 1946
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80 Attend Fenton Shower ItS. CORNELIUS IS tended the _,..-.,.,-- „. ..... a'ne Gornelnm (ne'e Jiffial Ijrod) at the. Methodist church parlors, Monday 'evening; 'tfhe program began wlrfi .advise, .'1,0 the bride .v^rHtcin'by t'he |rtfM.§.i A numb'df 6t igtfrrtes We'rfe 'pljiy'e'd 1 .' f peeial.numbers wer,e f as J ones 'b;y (Beverly'SdHtiTtfc _ Bollirigery ^twlehe -dnd M^yX Weisbrod, jBetiora, Mitchell! ,pU tino-'so'los by Ju'atiita.Ma'e 'Sira-' ley;. and "Today and Tdmorrotyi', tittniversary memories' by ..Mrs.. T.riotnll 11tnlf.V>i./4>j ! .Jfts were opened by Miss, a/mean' CortiellUs a«d* '"Mrs. Milton 1 ,- Weisbrod, sistetiriHrlawte pf 4h& bride. After tWe .'tiprffng of I'the gifts Miss Cornelius .read, ,<a fttbte of thanks from tHe-'felae, w wno was unable to attend as she • >> WHS .rernaining" In, Mlrmeapplis' with ,'her : Tiusba$&. who . expeCts : to: 'b** ; transferred^ 'tb;.another cittYip sbori. • ••'.' . ••. ' ; , ifiostesses were; 'Mrs'. ' ^Ed. ,, Schle'i,' Mrs. John, Light, .Mrs. •' .John; Waite, Mrs'. Charles, Weis- irod, Mrs. Rdy Chrischilles,' Mrs. 'Iwin Sthlei. MrsL.Marpld Sphlei,' rrs... J. B,, Hanseh, ; . ; Mrs; 'G.epifge. ergenson, -Mrs. ; .Pa,ul. Cbrnelius,, Trs. L. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. Gco"go o'etsch, ; Mrs. 'Milton \Weisbrod ' d;. Mrs. Elfner Weisbrod. , , - Isitors From 'Chicago ' iMr, and Mrs.; .-James ,E. Helmer r. Ghicafgo are visiting in' the Ime; -of the former's parents, : Mr. Id Mrs. J. Bi Helmer. - James, Ilieutenant in the U. S. Navy Ttil his recent discharge, .serv- 142 months in the Navy, with Imonths of that time in ,the Ith Pacific 'theatre •'of opera- is. Upon ; the 'tHtiiiinatioti •, of Ir visit her2 they will ,go to )hington,.D. C., for,an indefi- stay.' -; • ••-,.: • urn 16 Scnobi _' Martin and Henry Friedrich Jveturned 'to their- .respective •schools Monday after spending r their Easter vacation with their 1 parents, -Rev. and : Mrs. £; I Martin is a 'second year fat ConcOrdia ^S^mihary, i,,,. ys, Mo.,wh'ile 'Henry .attends ;^pn- fjordia College at St. ; : paul, r :Minn Dr. W. W. sTpJle; 3ay moz-ning, -iii Ibusiness. ''•,-',-. : -.: Mr. and >W^;^ .-,-,-,,dinner fgtteS!t3;etf,^if.,,^n(a J.,Re?ed fh Algona Sunday. . jMt. and ;Mrs. Frank Schaller « Qitbert ;Qrove spent Sunddy with Mr. Sfid Mfs. John Thur, ; Mr- afjd>!Mi'si F. H. Eigler were Suhda^, dihtie'r -guests- at the honie'b? Mr. .arid Mrs. Paul Eig- lei*,- ;.: •: ,,-•-'.; •• • • • Mi>... artd, Mrs. Gerald Voigt and •ff, ' A;"' S^fi'ttfe WWe Sunday dinner fife-fts'&t'tne-^ea Gefeel home at, Algona. , Mr. and Mvs. 'C. 0, fiailey and JjaVptirie Were Sunday dinner gtieSts #t the home of Mr. and Mrs., C; F,. Wegener. . Mrs. day, Woods of Jefferson h,as ;%ari .visitittg her 'mo'ther Mrs. -Phl'l'lp Weisbrod and her sister 'Mrs: 'Carl Kern, .Bd.Jbindsey of Des Moines was a w'eekehd visitor with his wife Midi daughter ahd -parents, Mr. and ; Mrs, ,H,::,C. Lindscy. .Mf. ifi.irrd Mrs.-Ho-Ward King Jr. and childrerf stfetit "Sunday aT the home of Mr. arid 'Mrs. Howard King Sr, at Bmrrie'tsburg. , ;,. Beverly Cady, who attends Augustarta College at Canton, S. v'srperit the Easter holidays at rife'tfetentarAmer-Cody home. .Miri'and Mrs. Fred Newel entertained' Mr. and Mrs. V, J. Aam/ and, .Carol Sue and. Mrs. Tina' -Newel at dinner Sunday. MUS 'Ge'rteyieVe Newel of Min- neap^J-is'lspeht the past week at the HHrfte df -her sister and family,; •Wrr.:,-6tld" Mrs. E.' J. -Frank. 'MH^, and "Mrs,, Fred Meyer and 'fam'fly "and Mrs. 'Maurice Wallace and 'family ..were guests at the Fred ifioettoher ' home Sun' ; |i; ' ^. ; Mr. r'-imd.-rarft. \Chariey Bassett of Sherburn, Minn., called at the Mr. and Mrs.'^Ray .Stoeber 1 'home ?uhdiB3W''.^ ; *Mf6.»-Si«eber is their daughter, < Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Whitmore and family and RonaldJencer o:f Rblfe wereVSunday dinner guests at thf^ homes'* of Mr. and Mrs. •lFrank ! McFall. ." Mr., and Mrs. Ge6. Jentz and Marilyn,' Mr. ,.and Mrs. F. W. 'Jentz and Valerian Priebe called on Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz in Fairmont Sunday. . ... •Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Weisbrod Sunday were Mr. ? and , Mrs. Harry/ Widdel, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Weisbrod and the Bill Krauses, of West Bend. ...Mr. .and ,.M r Si Axql Peterson, Mr. ' : ai}d'. "Mrs. 'wheo Mueller :and ^Whafd; 'Qroh^ah were Sunday dftlner /guests ja't 'the "home of Mr. -anfl AXite. : Jo'hii 'Rugers at Wesley. .Sunday '.dintier. .^guests of ,Mr. '••£fnd -l^frs. Walter Krause were mf. -afnfl -Mrs. /ElSbn flan'tleman '-and ; Mrs. Al -a'nd .Eu- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sexton- and children Judy and Paul of! Cylinder, spent Sunday afternoon.! at the home of Mrs. Mary Han-l S&n. Mr. Saxtdn is Mrs. Han-i sen's grandson. Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenr.. Lbrraine and Harold, Mr. ana Mrs. Holland Watson and family and Bud Pendlebury..were Sunday guests of Mr, : and Mrs. Ray Tielz of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and son and Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Joe Neuman h6mc near Bancroft. Mrs. Philip Weisbrod, Mrs.. Jay Woods of Jefferson, Wayne Alderson and Mr^ and Mrs. Carl Kern spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Weisbrod's son Walter and family near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Krause mo- tpred to Kanawha Sunday to visit with .Mr. Krause's brother Gerhardt. In the afternoon they visited Gerhardt's wife, Who is a patient at a Hampton hospital. Ed Moll and'Mrs. Aug. Nelson oif Estherville and Mrs. Fred Brown of' Fenton were dinner guests of Mrs. Brown's daughter and family, Mr., and Mrs. Al Hewitt of Mason City on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice of Fort Dodge, Mr. and M rs ' Gordon Weisbrod and family of Harley and Paul Weisbrod of Woodward were" Sunday dinner guests at the B. ; D. Weisbrod home. Mr. arid Mrs. DaTe'Long 'and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bleck- w'en'rt and Nbrma Jean" and Mi*; and Mrs. Ben Mitchell of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. John Micklick and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersqn. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Mary Hansen were Mrs. Grace Goetsch and Children Charlene, Eugene and Clea of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Farrell and sons of Whittemore. Mrs. Goetsch and Mrs. Farrell are Mrs. Hansen's daughters. Mrs. Carrie Voigt Is Fenton Hostess Fenton: Circle No. 3 of W. S. C. S, met at the home of Mrs. Carrie Voigt, 'assisting hostess being Mrs. George Goetsch. Devotions were led by' Mrs. R. L. Gowan and the lesson was given by Mrs. Earl Crouch On Jesus and Man's Sonship." Visitors present were, Mrs, Herman Huskamp, Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and Mrs. Gene Huskamp and Trudy. ,' , .- •- - - • ''"' ' UPPER fiflS MDWfiS, ALGONA IOWA, .S.W.A. &^ tf We Have the Coal You Requirements S:''ii^ Ledyard: On April 23rd at the town hall the United Service Women held their installation of new officers. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. George Thompson, president. Mrs. Hugo Fagerland of Swea City, the installing officer, was In* troduced. The following officers were t'herj installed: sergeant alarms, Mrs, HenryFrye; parliament tarinn, Mrs. Jack McDonald; chap- plain, Mrs. Edward Halvorson; historian, Mrs. George Thompson; helpers, Mrs. Wm. Bauman and Mrs. Alvin Busch, Treasurer, Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse; secretary, Mrs. Joe Mayne; first vice president, Mrs. Roy Wentworlh; second, vice president, Mrs. (jhas. Bashara; president, Mrs. Lawrence Ternes; past president, Mrs. Geo. Thompson. Mrs. Wilson played during installation. Mrs. Ternes Was chosert to go to Des Moines May 1C and 17 as delegate to the slate convention. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were Algona callers Saturday. Betty Zleyke entertained a group of friends Wednesday evening-at her home, in honor of her birthday. Robert Cass of Fayette is spending this week visiting his brother Rev. Edward Cass. He was recently discharged from the navy. Bertha Solberg and Anna Marie Mitchell went .to Estherville Friday flight to attend a Lutheran young peoples convention over the week end. On Thursday afternoon, May 2, Mrs. Edward -Nuss and Mrs. Fred Plaeger will be hostesses to the Evangelical and Reformed Women!s Guild at the church. ,„. , . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fene'ma and two children Donald and Sandra, spent several days this week at the Richard Brauwer home. Mr. Fenema is the new depot agent. S-Sgt. Paul Garry left Tuesday for Chanute Field, 111., after enjoying a 90-day furlough at home. Paul has enlisted for another three years of service. His wife remained in Bancroft "with her parents. Theresa Swanson of Sioux Falls and Catherine Sullivan lefl Tuesday for Winona, Minn., where they are students at St. Theresa's academy, after spending several days with Catherine's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sullivan. •Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stewart and Mrs, Lester Stewart of Chicago arrived at the Gco. Lee home Saturday morning to spend the Weaikend. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, Mrs. Nettie Rich and Mrs. Harvey Johnson spent Easter Sunday at the Ethan Light home near Bricelyn, Minn. » Patricia Plumb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb, who teaches at Pocahontas, is spending her Easter vacation with her parents. Mrs. Joe Pierce and two children of Norfolk, Va., who is visiting her parents, the W. Ray Smiths, spent Monday with the Everett Withams. Mrs. E. C. Witham accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman to Fort Dodge Wednesday,where Mr. Lowman consulted a doctor regarding an eye operation he had a week ago. Mrs. Jessie Mitchell returned 'home Monday after spending several weeks at her son Letter's in Chicago. She attended the Easter Sunrise services ot Soldier's Field, Chicago. Ladies from this neighborhood who attended the Rural Woman's Day meeting at Hurt Tuesday were Mesdames Harley Will, Henry Muller, Everett Witham, Wallace Simpson and John Rich. . Mrs. Virginia Brown of Hollywood, visited Winifred Plumb at the Fred Plumb home from Tuesday until Friday. Mrs. Brown and Winifred were friends when they were in the Waves. Mrs. Brown recently received her dis- charge from Terminal Island, San Pedro, Calif., where she was stationed. Joh'n Miller, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb, left Friday night for Chicago to enter a trade school. He will take a course in refrigeration. Mr. Miller and his wife, the former Margaret; Plumb,- have been living at the Plumb home since his discharge from the service, and Mrs. Miller will remain there Until suitable living quarters can be found in Chicago, Juniors-Seniors To Banquet At Wesley Wesley: The Junior-Senior banquet will be 'served in the Catholic Parish hall Wednesday, May 8. Mothers of the Juniors will prepare the dinner. The baccalaureate sermon will be given Sunday evening, May 12. The Commencement exercises will be held Wednesday evening, May 15. J. D. Lowe, Algona, will deliver the address. 3 Licenses To Wed Three licenses to wed were issued last week. On April 24, Robert L. Humphrey and Georgia Scriber, both of Algona, were issued a license; April 25, one went to Allen Looft and Fern Isaacson, Swea City; and on April 26, a license Was issued to James Shillington,, Bancroft, and Marjorie Walsh, Lone ;Rock. New Pharmacist Here Leonard Thompson, a Navy veteran, is now associated with the James Drug as pharmacist. He served in the Pacific theatre, in (he Aleutians and Wound up in Japan before receiving his release. WANT BRINGS HESULTS fl. W. POST 1>RAY AND TRANSFER STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or. damage. Equipped to dp all kinds of drayihg and hauling. FARM LARDS three Complete Units In southern Minn. 120 A., 1*50 A. and 192 A. All with good buildings newly repaired and painted. All on gravel road. Extra good terms H needed. Will arrange to show these farms any time. Write or see ROY L. DUNN Cerro Gordo Hotel Mason City, Iowa 15-18 BASV Late May and June at reduced prices, if you book them at once. White Rocks LcghornSs $10 per 100 Plenty of Feed For Everybddy Duck eggs custom natch* ed. Chicken eggs custotn hatched if from blood tested flocks. Make arrangements for custom hatching' before you bring youreggs 500 Leghorn pullets, 700 White Rocks in the bat-) tery. Nealy Hatchery Burt Phone 58-77 WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! Four Corners Vet Home. Tells Of Map Work For Invasion Four Corners: Verle Harlah arrived home Wednesday with his dischar'ge received at Camp McCoy, Wis. Verte went into- the service three years ago last; June,, and -has spent 28 months- overseas* !sB%lff&Uwent to Loft-, din^aridlaftrfflTl-is,-where »' spent 15 months' and then to Frankfurt, Germany,. » He worked on photo-maps fpr the Normandy invasion, and pre-edited maps that General •Patton used. Tn December -he was transferred to 'the intelligence office, of Chief .Engineer. • Mr. and Mrs. Harlan met Verio at Mason City Wednesday. Charlotte Walker is seriously sick at her home. Gene Simpson spent Tuesday at the Otto iHarlan home. .-Janice and Janet. Bjustrom spent Friday evening at the Otto Harlan home. • Mr. and M rs - Howard Sarchett spe'nt Wednesday evening at the Otto Harlan home. :.L. T.•Mitehell.of Cedar'Rapids, brother of Mrs. Fred 'Plumb, visited at the Plumb home Friday. Cora Torkelson of Hudson, S. •D., has been visiting at the Otto Harlan -home since Wednesday. '.; ''iBif1SiS»Bii'^ • <5 mporitf wf«F «r «j* miff I • ..'MiPi fm* -.,.; -.' •;.•'•;':" " • LrRRH Department Stores. Fresh, Cool and New... Just Out of Their Boxes! 500 New Washable DRESSES In Sizes for All—Women, Misses, Half Sizes They're Those Famiwus 3 Msikes You Know'and Want.. . NAN CARSdN . . . KAY WHITNEYS ... HAPPY HOME ... STYfcECRAFT .,,. JOAN CURTIS. K You'll just ;have to come into Graham's and see them for yourself, for ho amount of words "is .going 'to tell you how crispy fresh and new and full of style detail these dresses are. 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