The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1946 · Page 11
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ttfPfeft tJES S, ALGbttA, iCIFICFOR i-iciajraiu^trot-OBt. JL/euma »|. 'mC* 30'ft'ald • arrived hojn'fe Friday 3ct. 4;'With 1 His dlsidhfrgc.' .He entered the. service Setit. 20, 1044 Jflf" Went ffvWBe'a'S iff March *ftttd s Paftsferred j.to, the post .office in |Mnn'Ula,ih'q Wof-k^d-tfiere,tljt fte palled fofjji'6'me. $eftMs plaftsja f enter, ^canege after Christmas land finish Mfe Plul Wttson; who; is. ,.ift da'tviFalls, While her ,iju|band, lil IwUSOti, ..is going to scho6i at State ..Teachers College, it Inow d,61ng tfart time teaching on [the Hbffte Ecot)6rntc faculty at [the college. Mrs. ,Wjl$6'riji .\irh6' j was tKe forrrfer Amna 1 Halvor- ison, Is ,a graaud'te 'tit T. C. She is teaching, cldthing. '. ^200 ,H6f Lunch** Dally- . L Tfie first weefc" ..,&',,,«&: Mot LuncH, program ,at, school! has i com;e tft.i-.a successful close. A'! round '2tfO students were -served leach, dayi Mrs. Q. Frey.,and,. Mrs; |H. Schroeder, who. are in;' charge, F are ^assisted by some of the high f school girls each day. ; . . Mrs. ,^, £ weimer :and Mrs. D. B.'^Meyer attended "Eastern Star Chapter r mefeting at Swea City oh last Tuesday evening. Lu^erii* Faittity D'fn'Her---. ,'.Mr. and Mrs. George ^Thornp- , son attended' a family "reuh'ioh at Luyerne on. Sunday. .The .re-union Was, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ci . Mason, who are visiting here from Pomona, Calif. Rela; lives attended from near and far. the.. Methodist. WSCS met ^Thursday, afternoon .a.t. ,.the Unchurch. With Mrs. Joe M!ayne as hostess. .She was assisted by hef Jw'o daughters, Mrs, .Anderson Kind Mrs. Al Zielske. At ttie next meeting Oct. 24, ,Mr6». Glen Burrows will be progra'tTi chairman, Mr?, Ed Looft will be '..Hostess: 'lans.were also,rnac^e.,for a spe- Jcial business ,,,meeting , Tuesday night,, Oct. 22, for the election of officers. | Mrs,. Eva Worshester, of Shelan, Wash.,-came last week Fri- 3ay, to visit her daughter, Mrs! 3ert Seifert. ,. , . , . Anna Marie Mitchell arid Llll- IJan'. Kvansdale went to Forrest -ity.Fridey. evening to spent the veekehd at the Waldorf collegQ hoWtecorfiiifii. Mf<u ahk. Mrs", Harold , hterzog and Mrs. D. B, Mayer, attended a birthday party . in Swea City last Mdhday evening ift honor of fiej^C^p. Anderson. •i, Ardehe Aricferson and Joe McDonald ; drove to Ames on tues* day. Joe., enrolled for a short course i and Arden, went tp see ,about the. possibility of entering. Mrs. Chas. Bashara, Mrs. Clayton -Roseboro . and ,Terry, Mrs, .D. B. Mayer, Mrs. Edward Halvor- S6n aue'ndeH the ElrhbM' ,li'uth- ecaft . Ladles , Aid On Wednesday aftefnObn.. Mrs. Chester jQh'hson of Ledyard, was one of the h'ost- , ... Th'e . Atfivels arid - AUJci'liary t at the TfoWn Hall Tuesday cyeiiltig for,;, a special . business trieetihg. Tentative plans,, were made f6r a social get-together in tlie near future. A nice lurich was 'Served and a social time was enjoyed, , ,; Thfi. Legion Auxiliary held its regular jrieeitjSg ,at W?e Town Hal , Wediies'da'y e.verijrig with Mrs*. Albert,;Wist;.ah'd Ml-s. Alv.iri Busch aj hpste,ss v es, i Plans were. mftde for another, joint meeting jfrith the .Legion for Monday ev- erffoig Oct^ 2|, , . Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack and Roger returned home Wednesday from Des • Moines. Mr. J^ra'ck attended a , grocers contention and they had Visited at the home of Mrs. Brack's sister; Fern and; family. The Rev. ahd. Mrs. Wilbur Hassebrock. Jlfr. and Mrs. Fred Darnell returned last Sunday from a weeks vacati6n trip With their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thalfred Udstuen and son of Blue Ear : th. They visited Mrs. ,Darnell's .brother in Braham, Minn., friends in Bruno, Minn., and the'n went on to Fort Francis,' Canada. They returned by way of Hibbing, Minn. The George Thompsons, Ledyard, The Rev. Ronald Jottings, of Buffalo Center, and Mr. and Mrs. C, R. Mason, of Pamona, Calif., were .supper guests Wednesday evening at the Donald Pugsley home in Elmore. The dinner honored .Mrs. Jutting's birthday. On Saturday evening the Thompsons and Masons visited the Rev. Andrew Hcddles nt Burt. FINAL RITES FOR Burl: Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church for Mrs. Ada Mann, who died October 2 at the home of her daughter-in- law Mrs. Frank Mann at Van Nuys, Calif. The service was conducted by the Rev. H. K. Hill and burial was in the Burt cemetery. Ada Belle Caulkins Was born Nov. 27, 1850, in Wisconsin. When four years ot age she came with her parents to Kossuth county. She grew up in Plum Creek township and on Nov. 25, 1879, she was married to Mel- WallftCfc Johnson Of Swea City Takes A &ride, Wed., Oct. 9 Swea City—The marriage of Mrs. Wilma Zelske, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brock, and Wallace Johnson, son of Myron L. Johnson was solemnized at Grace Lutheran church Wednesday evening, Oct. 9. Maurice Johnson, brother of the bridegroom, and Mildred, Paulson's accompanied the couple and witnessed the ceremony. *' B'H.f-\ i"t to help you finance a Korii6 of yb'tir own Practical belt) towards a ctebt-frce home is yours for the asking, here at tilts friendly hisiitlon. Together we plan a payment program drawn irp especially to f:t your in'came. Payments' reduce the amount you owe each month', till your home is all yciiirs, free and clear. Interest is low; service is prompt a'n'd helpful in every detail. FEDERAL SAVINGS AN§ LOAN ASS'N PJMie 55 C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y-Trea's. bourne J. Mann. To this union j ohe son Prank J. was born. The' family lived on a farm in Port- j land township, until September, 1901, when they moved into a I home in Burt, Where Mr. Mann died on February 17, 1028. Mrs. Mrs. Mann continued to livr 11' Burt until August, 1045, when she sold hor home here and went to California to '.make hor home With' her Son. .He preceded her in ,death on January 15, 104G. Mrs. Mariri had been in very! poor he.alth and confined to her bed for several months previous to her death. She was c;ired for by her daughter-in-law, who accompanied ih'o body to Burt. She is survived by a grandson, William Mann, Southgate, Calif., and by a great-granddaughter Francinc Louise Mann. One sister, Mrs. E. O. Mann of Burt, and a brother, Hen^y Gaulkins of Wahpelon, N. D., also survive. Out-of-town relatives and friends attending the funeral included Mrs. Wm. Wcgner, De- cnrah; Mr. and Mrs. Mel Peterson, Hnrcourt: Mr. and Mrs. Mel Anderson, Mrs. Mabel Hefner, Rosholt, S. D.; Mrs, H. F Housch, Des Moines; and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, Fairmont, Minn. dVe'ii, both'gifis. Mrs. Guyer came home Thursday, Oct. 10. Wm, Guyers, Swea City, Have A Son Swea City: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Guyer Saturday evening, Oct. 5, at the Holy family hospital at Estherville. The Guyors have two other chil- HEAD TKlfc U/Atff ADS ._! 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