The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1946 · Page 13
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|e Hgona ®pper • > • • ^^^. . ' *.^ Third Section TUESDAY, DEC. 3, 1946 Six Pages Twin Brothers, Fenton, Observe 69th Birthdays l|Fentpn; Messrs. Ernest and Dust Haack, twin brothers, cele brated their 89th birthdays Sun- Hay, Nov. 24, at the Gust Haack home. Present for. the occasion were; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Waltei •taack and Beverly, Mr, Arnold -Hainzinger mm , Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Han- elman, June and Ralph, and Mr. and and .leiman, June and Ralph, and Mr. find Mrs. Bob Campbell of San ' . Diego, Calif. The Camp/bells i ft *, ^ _left Monday tor San Diego . after spending tome time here with Mr. Haack, Vho has been quite ill but is jeadily improving. Jtto Borchardls Hosts . Otto Borchardts were s.at a' Thanksgiving dinner ,_- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loeb Slnda and Allen of Chicago, 111., /erdelle Borohardt, Des iMoines, fit. arid Mrs. J. W. Bell of Em- netstourg, Mr. and Mrs. John .erber and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Vndon Kerber and children, nd Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Bor- ;dt and Brian. .r. and Mrs. Louis Mueller Olivia were evening callers. ,-.-•. Loek arrived Thursday 0m Chicago and was accompanied home Satuk-dayl by his frrfe and two children, who have fi|fP visiting her .parents, the Borohardts and other rela- ai Hanielmans irs. W. B. Schmidtke and son Wlmer and MrS. Waldemar Bchmidtke, Karen, and Kennard Morristown, Minn., and Mrs. larles Hannon and daughter hora of l,ong Beach, Calif., ent Tuesday and Wednesday |h their sister and family, "• Wm. Hantelman Jr. Wilvas discharged from the U ny Friday after 23 month. "Jce. . tins Sewing Club fas. Rex Wolf entertained the ik & Eye Sewing club Tues rf ... afternoon. There were seven nembers present. The hostes lerved dainty refreshments a close of the afternoon. ss to New Mexico f Hilbert and Walter Hantelman ook their sister Susan to Mason City .Tuesday evening, where ihe left via train for Albuquer- |ue, N; Mex. Hilbert was an ight., .guest;. /Tuesday -and ding of Stanley Whltmore, Rolfe and Donna Stiles. The Jack Tiemans had ns thei: Thanksgiving day guests, Mr and Mrs. Art Tietz and Bobby o Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tieman and Les, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and children. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman had as their Thanksgiving guests Walter D. Hantelman of San Diego, Calif., Mr. and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman and family Mrs. Wm. Hantelman Sr., anc Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman Jr and family. Duane Dreyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Evel-ett Dreyer, has been confined to his bed with rheumatic fever for four weeks. Duane is in the sixth grade at St. John's Lutheran school. His grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer has been staying at the Dreyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and family were Friday evening guests at the Leonard Madden home, Armstrong. Other guests were Mrs. Madden's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson of Viola, 111. The Johnsons are known to some Fenton residents. Mr. and Mrsi Hans Baago have had as their house guests the past week, her brother Charles Schmidkunz, his wife and son of Abbotsford, Wis. Other guests Thanksgiving day were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Huskamp of Fairmont, Minn., . and Robert Huskamp, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFal were hosts at dinner Thanksgiving day in honor of the latter's DO YOU KNOW- nat the Hag as a military- ensignr probably had its origin from the field aland- ards of the Romans and other ancient nations who i Iu n f d a 8quare P'** of cloth to a cross-bar at the end of a spear. It may also be traced to the whip and L^u*'i •y/ nb ?"*lng the authority of a leader over men visit until Saturday. Mrs. Dan Hantelman entertained at 6 o'clock dinner Thanksgiving day. Guests were he daughter Salina of Water- oo, Rev. and Mrs, Harry Dieter and family, Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hantelman and family and Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hantelman and family. The Dieters and Salina returned to Oelwein and Waterloo Saturday. Vernon Kepfer, who is attend- jng college at Davenport, spent the Thanksgiving holidays with the Simon Kipfers. The Simon Kipfers had as their Thanksgiving guests, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Kipfer, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dallam . and daughters, Dr and Mrs. E. J. Capesius and son. Howard Schulte and Delores Kipfer. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meier, Cleo, and Charlotte of Whittemore were Thursday evening callers at the M. C. Hantelman home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengel attended the wedding of their daughter Marian to Ralph Templeton which took place in Des Moines Thanksgiving day. Buys Swca Dray Swea City: Rverett Lester, former Swua Cityan, now living at Lakota, has purchased tho awea City dray line from Cliss. atone and is now operating it. Mrs. Lester wil move here as soon as living quarters can be 'ound. Mr. Stone will do painting and paperhanging. From Zender's HEAD THE WANT ADS aunt Mrs. Mary Owatonna, Minn. Hayenga of Guests wne ' n • *" .» V: :nesHay r , . . iriesHay at smother's Sueiis at Arbogasta; • v Guests at. the Clarence Arbo- gasit home Thanksgiving day Were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and Trudy Kay, Mrs.'Car- Voight, Lila. Boevers, Virla Eigler and John, Mr. and B.-. Adolph Harispn and Lyle, I and Mrs. Homer Huskamp I'son Leo of Britt were after- callers. jirian Gade is assisting at the ase Market. ie children of Mr. and Mrs. uihard Eggerling have been past week. arid Mrs. Richard McCarty [artley spent Tha'nksgivin ;her parents, Mr. and Miles Newel, v , ..—lina Hantelman, Waterloo isited with Mesdames Martin 5r.\j and Wm. Hantelman J day afternoon. • ilrs. Lena Hengel is visiting a home of her son-in-law an iughter Mr. and' Mrs. Princ iminger of Des Moines. * . and Mrs. Oliver Stoebe jhildren were supper guest csgiving day at the John jugge home in Armstrong i, and Mrs.' William DeWal [family were Thanksgivinj 'guests at the home of he u r, Mr. and Mrs, Amos Eg >f Wallingford. fand Mrs. Charles Langer if Fairmont, Minn., visited 'Irs. Hantelman Sr. anc iusan and Walter Hantel day aftern.oon. at the- Ferdinand Bier . home Thanksgiving day (were Mrs. Mollie Kressin son and Nina Muir. The s.nce Bierstedts were after: callers, and Mrs. R, C, Goetsch en;Thanksgiving day for ena New^C Mr; and Mrs Behne, Janet and Layton tnd. Mr, and Mrs. Fred th Ann. .. and Mrs. F. C. PreuJ and, Mrs. Rex Wp|f wpnt t Thanksgiving day, they atti?ri(le4 the wed- - . „, *.•* tun, VJUCOI.O W'_lU Mr. and Mrs. John Mcnz. Willard Menz, Mrs. Art Voight, William Voight and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell • . ftusch, Mr and M-s. Dale Weisbrod and Pamela were afternoo.i callers. Mr and Mrs. Don Shaw and daughter Carol 5 of Des Moines were Thanksgiving guests at the parental E. J. Frank home. In the evening . they all went to Humboldt where thev visited with Mr, and Mrs. Howard Rabey. Mrs. E. K. Johnson visited with her daughter Eunice in Des Moines Thanksgiving day. . Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz entertained Thanksgiving day for Mr.-and Mrs?'Albert'-V ' ., Mr. '.awaWrs. Harvey. Higley ; and family, V; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mackey, and June Abel Hanna of Fairmont; also Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and son and Marilyn Jentz accompanied the Higleys DETECT AND PROTECT Against* HARD STARTING Now! Call on us for all Auto Repairs and Service Ho6rilk iANII West of Court House Christmas Present for YOU! 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