The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 25, 1946
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PAGE SIX_ .ALOONA MOlNBS, ALCloW John Waite Heads Legion At Fenton At the annual election of the Ponton American Legion, last week, John R. Waite was named as the new commander, with Kenneth Halverson as vice commander. I S. E. Straley was named adju- tant, Donald Gross as sergeant- at-arms, Harold Bleckwenn as service officer, A. H. Krause as finance officer, Harold Kruegor as historian, and Ray Osborn as chaplain. The Fenton Legion and V. F. W. Posts have made tentative plans for a Fenton celebration, the two vets organizations to cooperate in sponsoring it. Quick, Efficient, Up-to-Date DRY CLEANING With Old-Time, Friendly Service &* SEND US YOUR. • Dresses • Coats • Vacation Togs • Curtains • Drapes • Blankets Algona Dry Cleaners Launderers 1-DAY SERVICE IF REQUESTED Free Pick-up and Delivery EAST ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE COURT HOUSE 30 GUESTS HONOR RECENT BRIDE AT BURTON FRIDAY Burt! Mrs. Wallace P. Haw- .cott was honor guest at a postnuptial shower Friday afternoon at the home of Lulu Hawcott and .Selina Clifton. About' 30 Were present. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Rhoena Bunchey and daughter Sharon and Mrs. Will Runchey, Algona, Mrs. Wayne E. Smith and Mrs. Lyle Runchey, West Bend. A color scheme of blue and white was used in the decorations. Fortnightly Club The Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Ben Bahling. Mrs. Fielding Perry, Algona, Mrs. Hugih Williams, and Mrs. Lyola O'Brien were guests. At Farm Bureau Meet Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, G. H. MoMullen and sons Jimmy and Jerry, Selina Clifton and Lulu Hawcott attended a Plum Creek Farm Bureau meeting Friday evening, at which Mrs. Lewis Kent Jr., English war bride, ;iavc a short talk. Miss Chipman Visits Jo An Chipman, Dolliver, came Tuesday for a visit at the home of her grandfather, E. O. Chipman. Jo Ann was a graduate this year from the high school at Madison, Wis. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman, went to see her graduate, and she accompanied them home. G. P. Hawcott was a business visitor at Williams Thursday. The Sewing Circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. John Scott. F. L. Pratt is having the front and interior of the drug store redecorated. Mrs. Richard Lavrenz visited .Crom Monday to Wednesday with her people at Lake Mills. The T. N. T. celebrated Mrs. M. I. Lie-bier's birthday with a party at her home Friday evening. A nnouncement! Open July 1 On Highway 18; located of Selzer's, x /2 mile east of Chrome. «! • ! is j • ! «! Any of Your Hogs Will Be Appreciated. < Bruce Gi»ahflm went td Ames Wednesday lo spetid a f^W da^s with relatives thfer.6 ahd ift Oes Moines. IVIr. and Mrs. Otto WestliHjf of and Mrs. A. G, Bernhard were Sunday dinner guests at the Raymond Wesiling home. , Mr. and Mrs. frank Dau, Stillwater, Minn., who Were dcAVrt for the Herman Dau funeral,- were calling on Burt friends Friday. Mrs. Van Amberg, Charles City, came Saturday to spend a couple of weeks at the home of her 'granddaughter Mrs. 3, D. Peters. Duane, small son of Mr. and ,Mrs. Allen Hinckley, had his tonsils removed at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddles office Saturday morning, The' Fidelis Sunday school class meets Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. W. J. Lockwood's, with ,Mrs. G. H. McMullen as assisting hostesses. ".-,,. Mrs. Inez Wiener and two daughters, Princeton Mo., who have been visiting relatives in Algona, came Friday for a visit at the John Kocstler home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schultz, Cedar Falls, were calling on Burt friends Friday. They came for the Schultz reunion, which was :held in Lone Rock Sunday. Mrs. Jay D. Graham -and Joyce .Geilcnfeld went to Mason City Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. .Graham's children there. Mr. .Graham also spent Friday in Ma,sort City. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Fred, Hartman .left Thursday for Crete, 111., after R visit with Burt, Bancroft, and Algona relatives. . Mrs. Hartman's mother, Mrs. C. I. Man- .^mith, Bancroft, accompanied hem homo. Mrs. F. L. Pratti'i$Ma«>r5&lbert Staehle, Mrs. W." '• W. H BHeltcher, and Mrs. L. A. BoettcKcrj : wbo is visiting here from Button, Wil"uw, Calif., snent Thursday at the .Lawrence Gardner' .home in Humboldt. •••; ; . •:' ' . The W. J. Lockwood family, Gerald Rie'del, Maiione Dremmel, Mary Grcise, Stella Rachut, and Helen Gettman were among .the Burt pcoole who attended the band festival at Mason City Thursday. Mrs. L. E. Town, Ballaton, Minn., and her sister Mrs. Will Fish, Whittemorc, spent several days last week at the F. L. Pratt home. They attended the anniversary gathering at the schoolhouse Wednesday. Pvt. Harold Bates arrived Thursday from Fort Belvoir, Va., where ho has bocn stationed for a two weeks' visit at 'the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Ml'S; Earl Tnnthman. From ..there will 70 to Camf) Stoncman.'' Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Orville White and son of Nashville, Tenn., and Flor- nnco Rash, who has 'been teachi in:r at Muskecon, Midh'., came a voek ago Sunday for a two visit at the home -'of thS r,a rr -niv t jyfr. H p^ Mrs. BI ''"iTnr visit here. ' ' -' Thn Rov. and. Mrs. '-Edgar "nscke aid t'iree children ' of Kansas City, Kans., visited from Thursday to Friday at: the Rev. Rcith home'. ' Rev. Is Mrs. Reith's brother'. The Roschkes were on'their way <r > Minnesota to visit other relatives. ' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Patterson, Billings, Mont., and their «on Goorpe, who has been at- tcndintr schopl~at Ames, visited '-onson. On Tuesday Mrs. Patterson and her guests were •nie.sts at a noon dinner at the C. W. Patterson home in Algona and had dinner that evening at ,the G. W. Patterson home. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Lavrenz received word Wednesday evening that their son-in-law, Hans Weber, had suddenly died at his home in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Lavrenz and sons Erncst> and Richard, left for Chicago early Thurs- day morning, ftayimond Lavfeni left Friday to fee there fof ;tK6 ,funeral Saturday. Mf. Weber ,was a young rnan apd he/attd his wife had only been married a year or two. Mis wife, Lois, and a small child survive. • Arthur and Leon Wheeler . OT Phillip, S. D,, visited from Tuesday to Thursday at the horfte of ,their sister Mrs. J. P. Truftkhill. ,They came to attend the celebration of the 50th anniversary or the Class of 1896. They .belonged to a later class. Tuesda'y even-. )ng Mr. and Mrs, R. F. Elvidtfe, Mr. and Mrs. Max Mesingi Al* gona, G. W. Patterson ahcT vhis brother Howard, Billings, Mont., were also guests at the Trunkjilll home. They, were former school" males of the Wheelers. MNYNORTHEND FOLK AT WELFARE FAMILY'S REUNION Ledyard: The Welfare reunion was held last Sunday in Sibley park in Mankato, Minn. Those present were: 'Mr. and Mrs. Sam Welfare, Mr, and Mrs. Albert West and Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pingel and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch and family, Mr. and' Mrs. Virgil Loucks and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Welfare, Kenneth, Merl and Maxine Welfare of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. George Looft, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Krammersmcier and daughters, all of Lcdyardr Mr. and Mrs. Willie Welfare and son, Mr. iindiMrsfjjWillis Pingle and f am-' ily-fep-ilmWe, Minn.,' : Mr." and. Mrs; : JVH. Welfare and Mr. and; Mfsi»iEMe». Bbnnicksen of ; Ring^ sted, Mr/i and Mrs. Leslie Casr- sem arid daughters, Mr. and-,Mrs. Harold' 'Krouschr and | family of Swea City, Mr. and' Mrs. Alf Welfare and son of Morris, Mirin:, Mrs. Will Watts and son of Wa- scca, Minn., Mi:, and Mrs. -GeO. Watts and family of Wells, Minn. Six-Pound Grandson Friends have received announcement of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thompson of Sioux City on June 17',at the Lutheran hospital in Sioux City. He weished 6 Ibs.' and has been named David Martin. -His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson of Ledyard .went to Soiux City Saturday to visit over the weekend at the Dunne and Milton ..Thompson homes. Mrs. L. A. Nitz and Mrs. Paul M it7, were Algona callers on Friday. , s itev.i and Mrs. Edward Cass atr tended .a-Sunday school meeting at Storm Lake last Monday. N. W, Williams of Clinton, la., is visiting this week at the home of.his sister and family, the W. E. Wiemers home. •i'tte; Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet at the church Thursday afternoon, June 27 with Mrs. L. W: Wiemer^as hostess. Mrs. Rose Moulton and ' Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz and children-returned Tuesday from a fishing trip in Minnesota. t. .-o Mrs. Wm. Dau and Evelyn and Mr. and M>S.*Peter Chiefs of Al- jtttftft Visited fhUttday eVetiing at tHe Marry. Sdhrfiedef home, , ''Marjbrle ^tytaj/ef» Wh& tyorks iA Y6iihker8 Ih DOS Moines, Spent Sunday at the Home of her par* ents, Mr, and Mrs. D. B, Mayef. Mr, afld Mrs. iD. A, Carpenter left Thursday for Dat-danelles, Ark., td Visit at the home of ..their, daughter; aftd , iamlly, Mr. and Mrs. tftfjiri B&tc'helor. Tna'Ajnydfa' 1 Auxiliary met at •thfr; honie-.^f yMfs. Henry Frye last IHiesday: evening with Mrs, Asa, Warner: and Mrs. Lawrence Ter'hes. assisting;,, >, •• Mrs:'W.'E. : Wlernar drove to 1 Minneapolis Wednesday evening after Mrs. Wierner and Craig, Craig had been 4n Abbott hospital since Friday, being treated for sinus. '..,-. <• • Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne and Wallace arrived Monday evening ftom Long Beach, Calif., to spend a' month visiting relatives here, at Algona, and at Alden. Mrs. Lowell Lamp Honored At Shower In Uion Township Uhoin: Mrs, Lowell Samp was honored at a post-nuptial shower at the Andl'eW Godfredson home last Wednesday evening with 16 ladles In. attendance. Hostesses Were Selrna, Godfredson and Elaine Sam'p,.. The guests cut pictures from magazines and the oride pasted them in a large scrap book depicting her and her husband's future life. Recipes and' advice "were written also for her 'benefit.. .The bride then opened her gifts, winch,were placed on a table 'decorated in.,pink and white streamers With' a pink parasol 'suspended .from the light fixtures with oVaftge blossoms completed the . decorations. Lunch was saryed, ' i' Those: attending were Ruth •Phillips, ' Zelba Brown, Esther Smith, Ann Kelly, Ethel G.ird- 'nev. Marie Bode, Dorothy Runty, Dolores'LOjjue, Amy Gearing, Be Lynk, -Helen Geilenfeldt, Mrs. Walt Geilenfeldt, Josie Dearchs, .Elizabeth Dearchs, Norma Bailey ;and- Mrs, Godfredson's.. daughter Mrs. Helen Bradbury of Sioux City. i . OFFICE SUPPLIES — A good •stock on hand, getting larger every day.. Fill, your heed? at The Al- •iona.ppner, Desj Moines office. Nichols Shoe '' ' Make Your Old Shoes Like New Again — We Do Expert Shoe Ilepair- Our New Location: Behind Kent Motors GtORGE'S CLOSED From Sunday Mwii23 tf^i*^''£Jy£* ffifo'jjfe'fe'''*' ( .•^V-" V >'T'«'-^- : '•• To July i f * t. 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