The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1946 · Page 11
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TUESDAY, JULYGS, 1946 Officers Inptolted by Lu Verne's Legion Verne: The Ladles Auxil- iafv of the Ernest Merkle Legioft Post met Monday evening in, the Lg'gioh.hall with '21 members present. Mrs. Ceofl Huff, 'retiring president of the Auxiliary, had charge of the business meeting. Following the business meeting installation of dfficers was held with Mrs. Irvin Chapman as the installing officer. New officers installed were: President, Mrs. Harold Phillips; first vice president, Mrs. Aaron Stcussy; second vice-president, Mrs. Walter Hefti; secretary, Mrs. Herman Meyer; treasurer, Mrs. Van Hansen; historian, Mrs. Frank Chapman; chaplain, Mrs, Ralph Davison; sgt.-at-'arms, Guy Glddings; and assistant s -at-arms, Miss Rubyc,Godfrey.; Mrs. Harold Phillips-presented corsages to Mrs. Cecil Huff arid Mrs. Irvin Chapman, both-, past presidents of the Auxiliary. A trio composed of Mrs., : Walter Hefti, Mrs. Ray Stone artd Mrs. Harold Phillips accompanied by Mrs. Aarori Steussy at the piano sang a musical number, v poor prize for the evening wa,s won'by Mrs. Emily Guy. Lunch' was stfrvcd at the close of the meet- iiig by Mrs. Walter Hefti, "Mrs. Ehiily Guy and Mrs. Frank Gronbach. The' next regular, meeting will be held September 16. . ' Home By Ambulance '< Max Meyer Kreturned Friday 1 afternoon by ambulance .from Iowa City, where he had. <bcen' ,a> patient for several weeks; .• V/eek-End al Lake • '• Mrs. Howard Smith, accompanied by her guests Elizabeth Short, Margaret Gorinlcy; :r ;Hah- nah Kenah and Mary- .Elizabeth' Milliron, all of Pennsylvania.,* , .1 i -i ^-i ri*_ :_!A spent Lake. iroh is A sister of Mrs. Smith. Marian Thorhas, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs E. B. Thomas,.' who is employed In Titonka, left recently for San Bernardino, Calif., to spend thre v;eeks at the home of hervbrother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.- Edgar Thomas. J( ' Mrs. Eai-1 Henry, Mr. and Mr* Robert Henry and Mr. and 'MfS; Byron -Henry,-all of battlcbor- pugr, Vt., spent several days visiting at the homes of Mrs. Fred Schneider, Mr. and' Mrs. Raymond Meyer and with other relatives and friends. i. Mrs. Phil Lichty, accompanied by Mrs. H. E. PcitzkeY spent Thursday and Friday in Masdn City. Miss Phyllis Lichty camfe home with her mother and will spend a few days visiting here, wirs. Peitzkc visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern 'Stone. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Chapman of St. Paul Were visitors for a few days at,the home' of his brother and sister-in-law Mr.; and Mrs. F. I. Chapman. They also visited another brother in Des Moines and returned here for a longer Visit; at - the Chapman home. . Mrs. Eric Laval of California, who has been visiting 'at the home of her. parents Mr. and Mrs. William. Hectrick, left Thursday night-for Dayton, O. 1 ;.where she will visit her' sister Alice, who is employed at Wright Field there. Mrs. Laval's small S£(n WILBUR ZOLLER OF LAKOTA MARRIES Lakota: A wedding of inter- 1 est to Lakotans took place Sunday, July 14, at. the Lutheran parsonage in fBricelyn, Minn., when Wilbur Zbller, son of Mrs. Mary Zoller of Lakofa and Wilma Sandergard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sandergard. of Manchester, Minn., were married by the Rev. E. Jorgenson. They 1 were attended by Wilbur's brother Charles and Lois Holan, friend ,bf the bride. The couple left or Ghicago for a honeymoon and will make their home in.Wells, Minn., where Wilbur is employed in the Schutts Hardware. Harry Warburlon, Elmore\ Minn., was a caller at the F. GV Torino an J. H. Warburton homes Thursday. ': Barbara and Mrs. Will Kephart were recent visitors with their children at Hampton and at Ma r son City • with' Mr. Kephart's brother. Mrs. Wilfred Carlson, Swe, City, and her daughter Mrs. Jack Halsey and son Steven of Kansas City, Mo., were recent visitors a' the I. E. Wortman's, i , .Robert Darg of.Manly called ;it the Otto Koppens last vveok SUiirlyy. His parents, Mr! 1! ant Mrs. Dnrg formerly lived on a farm northeast ;of -jtown. \'. Robert Higgins,; Whitlemore, visited. li$st week .'with his ma-' •"• ' ' " and left ,ALGONA WPEtt Dt!S M01NES, ALGONA IOWA. Wed tn Slue Earth _PAC3i3 FtV* John O'Kccfc, brother of Allred O'Keefe, has been in the Veteran's hospital in Minneapo*. is, Minn., for several weeks and Ma condition is not much improved. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortmaft Look Mrs. Wortman's sisters Mrs* Ruth Ewing, Dayton, O., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown of Kansas City, Mo., to Webster City last week, after a visit here. Mrs. Ernest wortman drove to Blue Earth last week Saturday, taking Mrs. Rachel Kienitz and David there to catch a bus to D?, where she is aunt Mrs. Anna the weekend at '• .Spirit H.es Tonsils Removed . 'Mrs, Harold Sorensen, :accpm- f pa'tlied • by her sister-in-law Mrs- Lucille Johnson of Al Monday in Fort Doge/ a, ; spent ' , Mrs. Johnson had her toflsils 1 ire- moved in a hospital thetfe. , ?he spent a few days recuperating at t.ie Sorensen home. .'.', • Billy his remained at randparents. the 'h'omcyisf Methodist Circles ':• ' The th,ree .Circles of the 1 Mcthv ridisl W. S.iC; S. met Wednesday isftcrnoon:' .Circle 1 met, in' the > church, parlors with Mrs.''John Rmnus'land Mrs. William Goetsch. . us.'hosttsses. The devotional period was led by Mrs: H.. E,, Pcltfc- kc.- and the lesson.HvasXgiyon by t Mrs. John Voss Jr. Circle 2 met at the country home of,. Mrs. , Hulph Davidson v/ith ; Mrs-.; Fred 4. Kruse as assistant-hostess. -iM, 'V Fred Zwicfel ledi'-the devotions v' and the lesson was gjven by Mrs. y,t PItil Lichty. Circle 6 met at .the Jb home of Mr. Ed Hof with Mrs. P " John Vos Sr. as the assistant I hostess, The devotional pcripd r VV;IK led by Mis. Jack . Vaughn hr.d the lesson was giveri'by Mrs. • t Duane Neal. Mrs. Luther Ny- aard of Wesley,, ;Mrs. Harold and Mrs. William Hof guests for the afternoon., • pinner at JUvermore ', ;'. v M:-. and Mrs. Art,-,Riley'and JMi;. and 'Mrs. James D.oak were 'dinner guests Sunday ; at', the, iiorne of mr.,.and Mrs. Judd Ber-j ryhill in 'Livennore, the dinner being in honor of Mr. and Mi's. 1 Russell Meeker and children 1 or Waterloo. Mrs. Meeker is a niece of MI-S'. Berryhill and Mr. Rilcy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thorn accompanied her aunt and uncle, from Humboldt to Dcs.Moines Thurs* clay, where they spent the day shopping. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Tiss, Johnny and Dixie, returned home Thursday afternoon after spcndr ing several days visiting .relatives and friends in, Louisiana. ... Mrs. Ernest Meyer and son, of Whittemore came Friday evening l« visit at the home of Mr.-and, Mrs. Max Meyer and to help care lor Mr. Meyer, who came home i-riday' afternoon from the hos- ttilal in Iowa City. Mr.- and Mrs.' Johr> Phillips and children Bob, Jack and, Janet left Friday morning fW Colorado after spending several weeks visiting at the home of his mother Mrs. Jennie Phillips and with other relatives. Margaret Gormley and Hannaft Kenah of Beaver, Pa., Elizabeth; Short and Mary Elizabeth -M^iron of Monaca, -Pa., arrived Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith. Mary Mill- a gi r»uu.pai s.,.i<tj. ,, , ,*>;vi : •»,•' • Mr. and Mrs.- liawrejiqe;' Siem and sons Charles and Witty" and daughters Frances andJVlrs. Ver- nqn Finholt .and son G|ry, all of Ddcorah.-werc visitors $unday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus.' Mrs. Finholdt and Gary remained and spent the' week visiting at the Ramus Home. Mrs. Ramus is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sicm. , Party At Ringsted ; ; Fcnton: A party f was at the Theodore Christiansen home, Ringsted, .Thursday evening in honor "of . Mrs. Christiansen's birthday. Those present. -were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Theesfield, Fehtoni • Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Christiansen, the Erripst Christiansen' family, Ringsted. The group attended the Ringsted carnival, then later in 'the .eve'ning went to the Christiansen 1 home COL' refreshments. ; ternal/'/.-jj-andparerits, Mr. Mrs. ''George Winter. He '•here for San Diego, Calif, f '.The J E. Smiths enjoyed a visit last week Sunday with Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Louisa Lepley of Eldora and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Furst and son of.Algona. Brookings, S. visiting h,er Tinker, Mrs. . 'Connie Roelfsema and two sons of Paton, la., were last week Tuesday visitprs at the J. A. Bargar home. They were on ,their way to Rochester, Minn., to Visit Mrs. Roclfsema's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prigge. Frank Kent and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Kent of Homestead, Fla., arrived last week Monday for a visit with Mrs. Ida Smith and the Raymond Smith family. Mrs. M. W. Kent is ' a sister of Mrs. Ida Smith. The visitors left Monday for home. Last week visitors at the Henry Mitchells were Henry's nephew and family, .the Clifford Beachs of Doland, S. D. Henry accompanied them to Nashua, la., where they visited Mr. Beach's parents over the weekend. Henry returned Monday. Barbara, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. George Mussman of EUs- worth, Minn., came via'-train/tb Estherville last week Tues<|iy and Mrs. Harry Mussman met her there and brought her here for a visit with the Mussmari's.. George Mussman is a former Lakota hardware merchant: Swea City: Announcement was made last week of the mar- fiage of Elaine Brandt and Jas. Brock, which took place at Blue Earth on June 22. *fhe couple was attended by Velda Lloyd and Robert Schcrmerhorn of Blue Earth. The couple will live with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brock, for the present. Born Prematurely, Dies Burt: A premature son La Verne K., was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Hammerstrom, The child lived only a few hours. To Picnic In Algona Bode: Sunday, July 21, the Bode 'Woman's- club will have their annual picnic in Call State park, Algona. Seneca Saddle Show County Junior Meet Swea City: The Seneca Saddle club of 150 members will hold a rodeo Sunday, July 28, on its grounds a mile and a half north of Seneca. This annual event it witnessed by a large crowd of fans who enjoy trick riding, massed drills, and_ other exhibitions of horsemanship. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Swea City: Four Junior Amer ican Legion 1 baseball teams bi Kossuth county will participate in a county tournament here July 29. Algona, Bancroft, La kota and Swea City will compete, with the Swea City team closing its season on that date. ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Mbines WIRING 01 i • . 'i ELECTRICAL COHTRACTINC No Rtitrlctloni On FURNACES txw w«itfe{ for. 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