The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1946 · Page 10
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POUB- Arlene Hargreaves Graduate of Nurse Training; Into|Arm^ GRANDPARENTS AT WHITTEMORE VIEW GRADUATION, 5TH Whitlemore: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmocly were in Des Moines last week .Sunday to attend the graduation exercises of their granddaughter, Arlene Hargreaves, who graduated from the Army Nurse Corps at Mercy hospital: The exercises were held in the St. Ambrose Cathedral Sunday afternoon. Arlene passed the state board examination in February as a nurse. She is a graduate of the St. Cecolias Academy, Algona. C. D. A. Officers Re-elected In a meeting held one evening last week at the Academy hall the members of the C. D. A. held their annual election of officers and all were re-elected, Mrs. Inez Eisele, Grand Regent; Mrs. Geneva Elbert, Vice Grand Regent; Mrs. Veronica Elsenbast, Prophetess; Mrs. Veronica Slagel, financial secretary, Mrs. Marie Elbert, treasurer; Mrs. Isabel Lobach, monitor: Mrs. Lois Vigclal, sentinel; Mrs. Agnes Eichler, lecturer, Mrs. Theresa Kollasch, historian; Mrs. Evelyn Andre, and Catherine Kollasch, trustees. Ada the Ayrshire Lutheran Ladies Aid To Be Host The members of the St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid mot Thursday afternoon in the auditorium of the Lutheran school. After the regular business routine it was decided that the local aid would entertain the members of the Algona, Lu Verne, and Lotts Creek congregations, Thursday afternoon. May 1G, and on the following Thursday afternoon, May 23, Fairville, West Bend, and 'Fenton, ladies aid members would be the guests. Mrs. W. G. Brace, Mrs. Louis Braalz. Mrs. August Bernau and Mrs. Fred Bierstedt were on the serving committee. Andrew Elberts Return Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elbert returned home Tuesday of last week from a nine weeks visit in ••the west. They visited with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ervvin Laabs, in Tacoma, Wash., and with Mrs. . Elbert's brothers and sisters at South Bend, Wash., then on to Seattle, Wash., and Portland, Ore., and into Canada. At Los Angeles, Calif., they visited at .the..Charles Albert home, a brb'tfier gf "Mr.' Elbert, and made stops at San Padro, Pasadena, Glendale, Hollywood, and Lone Beach, and Albuquerque, N. M. 'I just Ignore her when she acts like thatl" ntry Gentleman and Mrs. Ernie Mr. spent the weekend with Mr. Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer, Lu Verne. Meyer of the county mec-lin^ that was attended at Hardy. Tiic ladies voted to make two do/on c-ook- C. D. A. Breakfast The members of the C. D. A. held their annual May breakfast Saturday morning at the Acad- .emy hall. The committees were •as follows: Mrs. John Wjldron,. Mrs. Joseph Prieslcr, Mrs. Frank! Slagel, Mrs. Mike Koppen, Mrs. Marion Hyink, Mir,. Edmund O'Brien. Mrs. Mike Thill, Mrs. Harold Wehrspann, Mrs. John Fischer, Mrs. John Marty, Mrs. B. Gierres, Mrs. Martin Duffy, Mrs. Isabell Besch, and Miss Josey Foley. Kenneth Stcier, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Steier, was rushed to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday in the L. W. Swanson ambulance. Kenneth has not been well for some time and Wednesday he became seriously ill and had to enter a hospital at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke, Rodman, were Whittemore callers Friday forenoon and also visited with relatives in Lotts Creek in the afternoon. Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins, Sioux City, called on old friends here Monday and Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinrich, who left for Rochester last week Friday.where Mrs. Heinrich went lor a 'checkup, returned home Thursday evening and will be on D'ee'Oswalt is attending a national school of meat cutting at Toledo, O. He will take a two months course. He has just recently .returned from the Veterans Hospital at Des Moines, where ,ho underwent a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. William Schmeling and daughter Arlene of Windom, Minn., were 'guests at the home of the formers son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schmeling last week Sunday. William Rooney and William Kollasch left for Fort Snelling Monday morning for physicals. They returned home Wednesday morning and will be called for service later. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elbert accompanied by their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Elbert, drove to-";Wisliington, where they will visit at the home of Mrs. Frank Elbert's sisters and brother: They will then go to Long Beach, Calif., where they will visit with Frank's brother and old acquaintances who live in California from this vicinity. Ellsworth Heidenwith, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, drove to Algona Friday to visit with Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith, who is a patient in the General hospital ies apiece and bring to the next meeting to be held June I) at the home of Mrs. John Vinaas. The meeting was closr: 1 by the recos- sional of the fla.j and singing ''God Bless America." RAZE 3 BUILDINGS AT WESLEY PARTLY BURNED IN FIRE Wesley: The two partly burned buildings just east of the Leo Bleich garage have been completely razed by the Meyer crew of Denhart. Fire in April, 1944 .Partially burned the Joe Meurer harness shop, the apartment upstairs, Frank occupied then by Bleich family, and the the McMahon Funeral Home.in the west part of the building:' The east part of the building, which then housed the Marco barber shop and beauty parlor was saved and is now used by McMahon for funeral accessories. MflrCoS are how In the buildiritf jUst' last of the creamery. At Ames Graduation Lawrehce smith and Barbara, Accompanied by Mrs. Leo Blelch, Marjorie and Lorraine went to Otho Thursday evening to attend the high school graduation exercises. Leland Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Smith, is a merrt- ,ber of the class. Mark Smith is a brother of Lawrence Smith and Mrs. Bleich. Drug Store improvement Mr. ahd Mrs. Dick Qrifhorst Sr. of Clear Lake spent the.past two weeks here at the. home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. • Dick Grifhoi.-st Jr. The men have covered the outside of the Grifhorst Drug Store with a brick siding, which greatly improves the'looks of the building. The elder Mrs. GrifhorSt had cared for her granddaughter while the latter's mother has operated the drugstore. ( Class "Skips" id Ahies Members of the Senior class of the public school spent their skip day, Friday, at Ames, . where they visited the Iowa State college. Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter, their sponsor, accompanied them. New Arrivals Are Home Mrs. Lawrence YoUngwirth and infant son, who was born Wednesday, May 1, at the Kbs- suth hospital in Algona, were brought home 'Wednesday, May 3. They went to her parental Tom Forburger home for a f^w days. -°( V Mrs. Luke YoungW,j|rth and her ibaby boy, born the same day in the same hospital, Vjvere also .brought home Wednesday. They have three children arid live at the parental John 5 - Youngwirth .home. The babies tipped the scales at a few ounces over eight pounds each. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly spent Wednesday evening at the home of their son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Evroul Loebi? in Algeria. It was Mrs. Loebig's birth- clay. Dr. Alson Braley, a discharged officer in the army, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Braley, is now doin£ part time work in the Institute of Ophtholomology, New York City. He is also connected with the Columbia University of New York City..Mrs. Stanley Smith and two children of Des Moines came Friday and spent Mothers Day weekend at her parental H. J. Braley home. Lieutenant Smith is expected home from Singh- pore the fore part of June. He will, be discharged. , : i Mrs. Ralph Jarvi?> ; received, word from her husband that 5e' expects to be . traflsferred•, sofln from Fort Riley^'Kahs., to a carp> at Baltimore, Md., to attend a Counter Intelligence School. Chief Petty Officer Joe Lorenz has recentl been transferred iron a navy canlp in California to China. He 'has been, 4n service for .nine years.. Edward and Paul Lorenaz have received their discharge^ from the army and are at their parental Mrs. Julius Lor* cnz home. tt. Hi Hand and son Robert of Council Skiffs and Bmil Petersah of Emmetsburg were guests at the Curtis Beriskin home. Mr. Hand is president of the Miner* lax Co. . Mr. nnd Mrs. Vearl -Benskln" called at the Louis Gink home Thursday evenihg, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer, Mafc, Rose, and Ensign "Bud" Stiider, .the Ed Downs family, Mrs". Ralph Jarvis and two children spent Friday eveninf at the Leo VoUtffe home near Gttrneh The Geqfige Kelch family of Kanflwha ^ere' also guests at the Young home. u Bud" left for the East coast over tha weekend. He had spent a ten-day furlough here. Mrs. Don Hamilton, the former Geraldinc Sbefelt, and Mrs 1 . Cbh- nn Boyd, both of Maribh, Ohld, spent Tuosdny nittht *t the JJflr^ erital Fred Seefelt hoihe. THey left the next morning for Tacohia Wash., and Seiittle, where Geraldine's husband is Statiohed in an army camp. MOTHERS HONOR BURT MUSICIANS Burt: Mothers ofxthe 36 boys and girls, who took part in:, the district and stale music contest entertained them at a chicken dinner • at the Marvin Hotel Thursday evening in appreciation of\their fine work in the-contests. : . •. , Down the center of the long table a music staff had been made, The notes on it .were those of "There's Music in the Air." Spring flowers and yellow candles were also used in the decorations. At each place were large black notes on which were .written in white "1946 Music Contest." The youngsters sang before, during, and after the meal. Patricia Wolf made a speech thanking the mothers for their dinner. Miss Baas, music director, also expressed her appreciation. At the time of the state contest, while waiting .to hear the results of the girls' .glee club, Miss Baars laughingly remarked that if Burt got a first she would have her baton framed in gold. They did get first, ..so she kept her word and this was unveiled at the dinner. Several of the mothers arranged the decorations, waited on table, ahd had. tharge of the games aftdr dinner. Monday, May. b, was the birthday of Mrs. John Johnson, aii.d ten ladies were present to hel]? iheivenjoyy the :eventi She received several birthday cards .land gifts. At conclusion of 'a social afternoon. Refeshments furnisK- ed by the ladies were served. the road to recovery short weeks. in a few- Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin, Algona, visited Friday evening at thx> home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Swanson. Ottosen U. S. W. Pick Orphan Girl, Four, As Adopted Charge Ottosen: The United Service Women of America met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl with 12 : members attending. The newly elected officers took over their respective offices with Mrs. Ernest Enockson as president. The organization received the name of the veterans child that they requested to adopt. She is Nola Jean Conklin and lives at the Lutheran Children's Home at Muscatihe. She is four years old. The organization sent her a little coat and cap to match and a dress a slip for Easter and voted to send money for a pair j of shoes and also Hiy her some anklets and under clothes. Mrs. Enockson aave a review Men - Here's That SUIT 1 Ready -To • Wear Store Closing Hours Algona Ready-to-Wear Stores will close at 5:30 o'clock on week days, and will close Saturday evenings at '.'•'' 9P.M, The Chrischilles Store Kresensky's Christensen'a You've Been Just Unpacked) 3-PIECE 100% WOOL SUITS Men—this is a Real Sizzler of a value ... You've got to be in here to get them. We had a rare chance to get this purchase and we snapped it up. Pattern is a handsome check, 100% all wool — coat, vest and trousers. A suit you will wear, now, comfortable enough for summer wear, and you'll get a nice combination by wearing coat with slacks. AH year 'round suits —come in and get yours early! WOODWARD'S ^Hi^» ^^^fc - ^^^M' • ^^^W • i^MHM^. -". /^H^k »>Bfc ^PMb '." '* " \ > ** v >!'' 1 !f j ,'',' '; „,,, \ ^ t -, *;£ ^A^:^.:^.^ ^i.«M MA¥iiail BODETEACHtt TO BE BRIDE IN M; SHOWER HONORS , tewsMfv wai.ftftl field Saturday, ev^hlti ' 1ft .Gala , my and Barbara HanSdn entertained it ah anhoUncemcnt pntly. Gifts •were frrSsetiled ; Iti ... a beaiiutnl Basket a*6j»fal44 with, blue and (jvhlw <Ji"ep<8 paper, Attef the igif td w#e, tinned a lovely lunch* eon was set-vfed, and the evening .was spent/ iri , felaylftd "GoUrt •Whist." Miss Qwtedahl, whose iriarrlaflg will .take .place to Orville Olsen, sort of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Qlsott of Bode, in the month of Juhe., Potty were present at the riffs!?. evehWf, April 30, fiufenfe j L Iv«n lk rfhtRfl, MlMl.i mm «f Hia N» MilfriifNi On FURNACES htoi Mtf*fi Avill.bU N«w fe j Lyons •enter ^ftfcmdt Ccunty , and talnM 4 the Rurkl uettfcr Caffltil-8 nsiodatiori nhd their Auxiliary, Out of county gju&stgj ,who wei-a past mid present district Off l-iefs were Mr. ahd Mr.i Lloyd, ScKMck of Hurt and Mr. ..ahd MH, Frbcl Oenrich of Lohe Rock* f '.velity-sevon attended the mefeUng. After a brief busihess.sessiph the fevenini* was Spent iftfpriiially, after which refreshments 1 , were , served by the hosts. On Bomb Test Ship Cla'rence Olson, S. 2c, oh his return to San Diego, Calif., affer a visit at the home of his father this spring, was assigned to the U. S. S. Appalachian. Clarence enlisted In the havy before his 18th birthday and entered his boot training 'in San Diego in December. The Appalachian 'is one, of the fleet which will participate in the Bickini Bomb rtest, to be staged In July. Mrs. Eva Carhart of Los Ange- . Jtt«ftUl M IniUrt your tdmfort. -• COAt Laing & Muckey Phone 464 H, bodge St. Altfona, Iowa, J /eet Iff ROlEftT f! 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