The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1946 · Page 7
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I f MAY FOLK GET «;,• mm OF THANKS lettef of thanks from Oslo, fay. was received here by :e Allen, son of Mr. aha Mrs. •Allen, Whose name v/as in ,6f the packages sent over* by the Methodist Sunday classes during the Victory —>g drive. ie letter, written in Norwc- and translated here by Tom j, reads as follows: la Jack Allen: .heartfelt of thanks for the Handing package my daugh" .received, It contained fancy" useful things and exactly the "" she needed most. It all suitable to her. Really, - you can realize it was a joy to receive it. When we only, so to say, rags, it is r an awakening surprise to ;somethmg new. Just think tet such things from entirely !h people. It is hardly be jle. Well, fortunately we ! peace in this country. Yes, ver had a day of doubt about [outcome. But, it takes time it back to the home-ways ...in. It has been under these [eumstances pretty fair in re- ird to food, but in regard to loth and clothing.we have had .) scratch for it—-but it will nat- (fally come. Wo remain satisfied here. We •a enjoying good health. There ire many many a sickness and Yoary ailment, however, after the war. . , r«. My husband "has at one time lived in Chicago for 6 years and j ijn'ght gladly go back to America jinjtho morning of tomorrow. Are ^you Norwegian, American, • or ;wnat? Hope you -will write to , US. i ,'Bjorg ought to write to you ' .but she thinks it is very difficult to do. She is only 12 years old. She is big and stout for her age. She will send you some snapshots soon. Many greetings to you from us three. Thankfully yours, j Asba Andrcason. FIRST MEMORIAL SERVICE, OTTOSEN Ottasen: The first Memorial Day services to 'be hold in this community were held Thursday morn- Ing in the high school auditorium at 9,30 with .a large crowd attending .. i 'Following the services in the 1 schoolhouse services were held in the cemetery. A line of march was to have been formed 'but due to the rain they drove out to the cemetery. At the cemetery wreaths were t placed near a small white cross to [) honor the two who lost their' lives • in World, -War Jl. One was also |pjaced at the,,restJnk,;place-.ittf^a, Wormer auxiliary memoe! 1 ; A'shprt Ejfprogram was held with the\toand 5 Playing and .Mips, Khitt Oppidahl .reading "In .FlahdWFleloV^antl .(Paul Watnem reading the Gettys- iburg Address. L. J. Schinitt played taps. " . ESTABLISHED 1865 Donate Fire^iren, LuVerne In Memory of War's Dead SERVICE WOMEN DONATE; TO SOUND IT EVERY NOON ALGQNA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1946 Second Section VOL. 81—NO. 22 Lu Verne: Decoration Day exercises were held Thursday af- iernoon in the high school gymnasium with a large attendance. Walter Engel, commander of the ocal Legion Post, assisted by the members of the Legion, had ;hargc of the program. The pro- jram opened by advancing of he colors. Color .bearers were Erhart Meyer and Charles Kwallek. The Legion and the Auxiliary, also the Boy Scouts and their leader, Harold Lichty, marched into the hall in a body. : Commander Engel gave the opening message, after which the high school band under the direction of Miss Stephanie Cowling, played a melody of songs of World War I. Short talks were given by Mrs. Cecil Huf, president of the Auxiliary, Howard Smith, commander of the V,' F. W. Post and Rev. Robert Phillips gave the invocation. Henry Meyer, mayor of Lu- Verhe, gave recognition to the United Service Womens club for tho fire siren which they gave to the town in honor of the boys from this community who lost their lives in World War II. The siren is to ibe blown every day at 12 oclock noon. The speaker oi the afternoon was Frank B. Halligan of Des' Moines, and attorney who served in both World Wars. V. F. W. firing squad gave the salute to the dead. IOHA ODDITIES. O A/^' " f 41TJJE D/W--TA'ntoWSON, O/1/7/ON, IA. Ift ' t1U ^JflVe A BALL fl?OAl THE fiBTK - Ml TOE/JIR /WP PI(?ECTLY INTO THf GOLF BAG W f.f. BlSBEV WHO IV4S JUSTLEAVIW&'ffle f^TEE/ 1 Renwick Miss Esther Merkle, accompanied by Mrs. Peter Thompson, attended a meeting of the Renwick Missionary, society, held Friday afternoon. Miss Merkle -gave a talk on her experiences as a missionary worker in Kentucky and also about her recent trip to Ohio. . Chipman Hostess The Presbyterian Ladies association met'Wedncsday afternoon at the home, of Mrs. Frank Cha'p- m'an. Farm Dinner ( Senior Breakfast— ' The mothers of the seniors serv- d a breakfast in their behalf and ft'to the members of the high school I faculty at the Donald Larson home ^Thursdaymorninc at 11:00, A j>$hrqe course breakfast .was served '•with Gertie Lou Coyle and Dar- V'*1ene Bangs waiting. tables. Mem- pjbers of faculty nreseht were Supt. j, «nd Mrs. E. Emmons, Kenneth \ ^Bryant, and Evelyn Bates. Seniors •were Mabel Schmidf, Phyllis Lar- pon. Genevleve Bjerg and Bernard ', Coyle. A. Mr. and Mrs. Loran Daniel and |;.family were at the -parental Peter 8" Holt home Sunday. • '.« Patty and Rolland Jacobs of 'if Brad?ate are spending a few days ';, at the Peter Holt home. } Mr. and Mrs. Will Sittler of *>Bode called at the Ralph Richards home Sunday afternoon, j, 'Mr, and Mrs. Morgan Hagen *" vi=ited at the Henry Hagen home , at Livermore on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundt S spent Saturday ,and Sunday at the * home of Mrs. Nora SUndt at Spring s Grove, Minn. y Mrs. .Cornelia Siefkin and Mr. ( find Mrs. Ben Dirks of Gllmore y City called at the'Egan Kjeer home *? Friday evening. f 'Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl > and son Knut Jr. and Mrs. Bertha ^ Oppedahl and son Dick called at t 1 he Olaf Lee home near Thor Sunday, Evelyn Bates who has been teaching in Ottosen returned to her hpme. at Ames for the summer t'i vacation. Her parents came after -* her Friday, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Kampen'and lamily called at the Knut Oppe- 1ahl home Friday evening. The lollis. Coopers were callers there ^Saturday evening, T Mr.; and Mrs. Jens SJmons'pn and Daughter and Mr, and Mrs. Ted "ilmonson and son all of-Humboldt ,/ere Tuesday evening guests at the Egan Kjeer home. ' Mr, and Mr?. Mike Coyle and Bernard attended the North Valley ftchpoj pipnic in the Call parkSU*T 'day, The,Coyles daughter Gertie ;is the teacher of this school. 1 Mr, and Mrs. U?y4 Elston, Mrs. ! Mayme Hofius, Mrs,; Carrie BloS* som-and Miss Jennie, Thompson, all gf Algona called, at the Eugene Hofi,us home Sunday afternoon. Wprd has 'b,een Deceived that a seven pound girl wai horn to Mr. bnd Mrs. f loyd Holt pf Ateona Sunday evening. She will be named Betty .Jane. $jp mother and babe ara at the Ifessutji hw^Jtsl Jn Al«jna. Grandparents are Peter Holt of Ottosen ftp4 Mr. and Mrs, Chjjs_Sc<hrol4t oj. Orange. Qajif. .< -.The Comrade;'' Sunday -school class of the Evangelical church served a dinner Wednesday evening in the city hall to the members of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau. Miss Florence Godfrey of Humboldt spent Decoration 'Day with her sister Rubye.. • Mrs. Blanche Scott of Eagle Grove was a visitor Friday' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art RJley. . Mr. ,arid Mrs. Ted Henderson of Rodman were visitors Thursday at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant. George Tiedc of Fairmont, Minn, spent Decoration Day visiting his wife and also his father Fred Tiede. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and son Robert of Mason City visited Thursday with his sisters Rubye and Florence. Miss Bessie Schmidt of Minneapolis, Minn., is visiting at the home of her mother Mrs. Emma Schmidt and with her brother John. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Geigel and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, all of Algona were visitors Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Lichty and daughter Dana of Mason City were guests Thursday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L'ichty. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer of Fort Dodge and Mr. and .-. Mrs. Herbert Lothringer and family of Humboldt called on friends here Wednesday evening. . •'. Darrell Moeding left Monday for Cedar Falls, where he will attend Iowa State Teachers college, Dan-ell., is the son of> Mr. and Mrs, William Moeding. ; • Cecil Stoddard and Helen Wol both students at Iowa State Teachers college in Cedar tfalls have arrived home to spend the summer vacation with their parents. Mr, and Mrs, George Watkinson pf Cedar Falls were visitors Wednesday Only! At Ouy Fountain "CHARLIE- BURGERS" they're new and dif* ferent and mighty . RI6HT H/)A)P ON A BLACKBOARD FAMWS. W/W KKtiVEMlL FKOft n n-^ — -^^ rfRKYlORNeR.FA.WfLR V.U6NSAR 6(?Wf\)ELL.lA,' THE / SAMET/ME/ Howard and Vera Marty and John Schmidt returned home Thursday morning from Flatrock, Ohio, where they had spent the week visiting the former's son Elmer Merkle, who is employed in the Evangelical children's home at Flatrock. The genera) meeting of the Methodist W. S. C. S. will be held Wednesday afternoon, June 5, in the church parlors. Hostesses foiling mooting will be Mrs. C. O McClelian, Mrs. John Tiss, Mrs. Albert Genrich, Mrs. Allen Thompson and Mrs. Peter Thompson. The devotional period will be lod by Mrs. H. E Pt'ilxke and the lesson will be given by Mrs. Harold Phillips Thos. Sherman Will Wed Irene Carman Wesley: Thomas Sherman, son of Mr. and -Mrs. Henry Sherman f.f Algona, former Wesley vicinity residents, will bo married June 1 lo Irene Carman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carman of Algona. They will bo married at St. Ambrose cathedral, Dos Moines. Tom- nn;y served in the army and was overseas. WILL YOUR "SHIP- COME Neitzel Home, Burt, Scene Of Gathering Burt: The following were present at a 'family gathering at the Herman Neitzel homo Decoration Day; Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hanna, Shindler, S. D.: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Boreson, Minneapolis; Coleen Winjum, Sioux Fulls, S. D.; Mrs. Chas. Hawks and son Wayne, Spirit Lake; Mr. and (Mrs. Lcm Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow, Del Marlow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Henedrson and daughter, Mrs. John Newbrough and two children, all of Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marlow, the Paul Olsons, and Mr. and 'Mrs. Dillis Marlow. Poppies Bring $81 Lu Verne: Eighty-one dollars and (orty-one cents -was realized by the sale of poppies ,by the Ladies Auxiliary on Saturday. E. S. Kinsey Rates Insurance Award E. S. Kinsey of Algona, Iowa, a representative of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, has earned membership in his company's National Field club, according to Thomas B. Read, manager of the Des Moinos agency. The National Field club is composed of The Mutual Life's lop ranking representatives from all over the United Slates. Rites May 21 For J. A. Vinaas, Bode • Bode: Funeral services weref held Tuesday afternoon, May 21,* in the Bode Lutheran church for, James A. Vinaas who died at his farm home near here on Friday evening, with Rev. O. B. Anderson of Humboldt officiating. Friends serving as pallbearers were Leonard Pederson, Carl Opheim and Ludvig Olson of Bode, and Morgan Hagen, William Wehrspann and Peter Holt of Ottosen. Burial took place in the Ottoson cemetery in the family plot, beside his wife, who preceded him in death a year ago. recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler. Mrs. Watkinson is a sister of Mr. Legler. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty accompanied , by Ruoye and' Florence Godfrey spent Decoration Day in MaSon City visiting Phyllis Lichty and'- also Mrs. Olla Godfrey. ' .-.-/ Mr. and Mrs. .Ervin Meyer and daughter .Marlerie Of Clarion visited Thursday^at the home of her mother, Mrs. •EJlflVWoito and also witn nis pafeniH- Mr. and Mrs. Henjy .Meyer. Mrs. Mrs and Minne- . - apblisi 'Minn.-,! X'aMv'ed -'Friday :'to Visit at the home of "Mrs'. Brown's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant. Darrell Mbeding ''left Monday for Fairmont, Minn. . Miss Lena Geigel of Renwick and Mrs. Dora Dean of Gorwith were Decoration Day guests at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. Miss Dorothy Helmick of Dallas Center was a- visitor Thursday at the home of her sister and brother- In-laW Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips. Marlys Phillips returned home with her aunt for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson attended Memorial services foi Oliver Plumb, Which were held Sunday in a church in Algona Mr. and Mrs. Davidson also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs Frank Devitt. Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Behnkendorf and daughters of Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCrady and family of .L'ivermore and Mr and Mrs. George Kraft and family of Kanawha wore guests Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stone and daughter Karen, and Mrs. Blanche Allen, all of Mason City, also Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thompson and Mrs. William Guile and son Billy of Eagle Grove were Decoration Day guests at the home of Mrs. H. E. Peitzke. . . Mrs. George Merkle, his daugh- _ ter Esther, his grandchildren, '. _. Don't let it flounder on the seas of uncertainty. Chart a SAFE course to Debt-Free Farm Ownership with a Federal Lan'' Bank loan through the NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION E. H. Hutchins, Sec.-Treas. 110 So. Dodge St. Algona Iowa Low FARM Long Interest LOANS Term , they lived before THf wly fpr yoir .st •-;-'-" '-* 0 * *•* f yw like i|, we'll give you our rwlpe, Served wife 17! 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