The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1946 · Page 15
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'; DEC, 3* 1946 ILfREDBRUHNSOF fHITTEMOREWED 15 YEARS, SUNDAY , Whittembre: Mr. and Mrs Alfred Bruhn were pleasantlj surprised Sunday ndon when , Ifomber of relatives gathered a I Mieir/ho'me With well-filled bas tJtets for their 16th wedding an ^ vtllyersary dinner, Those who at .tended were Mr. r.nd Mrs. Her ttian Meyer, Mr, and Mrs. Elme , BUhfiJtfe, and Mr. end Mrs. Alf . f£d Meyer and son Gayle. Those i Who wefe at the Alfred Bruhn liome -the same evening to co jmetnorate their anniversary ; >Were Edward Bruhn, Mr. anc ! Mrs.-Walter Pertl and family of sfenton, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Bruhn and family of Emmets" .rg, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin uhn and family of Depew, Schuliz Birthday ;;' A number of relatives gather- Li,, 6d at the Henry F. Schultz home > Tuesday evening to celebrate the Birthday of Mrs. Schultz. Her ^daughters, Mrs. Ernie Meyer of Whittemore and Mrs. Herbert Potratz of Lotts Creek, also have birthdays the same day. The lat- •t|r not being able to toe present. ,'iThose .Who were present were LfMr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, [Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs, Herman Voigt'and son taymond, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur leidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Henry jKueck'er,, Mr. and Mrs. George Tylaahs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and sons Gerald find Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie "teyer and daughter Elaine and on Eldon Rae, Mr. and Mrs. 3j3ert Seely and son Keith and and Mrs. Milton Espe and Brian. nanksgiving Guests Those who were Thanksgiving JJay dinner guests with their re- "pective parents and relatives yere: At Richard Potratz's, Mr. nd Mrs. John Hopkins of Al- pna, Mr. and Mrs. Alvina Po- atz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wlmar Wichtendahl and family, and Mrs. Herbert Potratz family and Martin Potratz Dtts Creek. the Herman Meyers: Mr. Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and fam- y , of Depew, Mr. and Mrs. Alf- pd Meyer and son Gayle, and fa. and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke of |Whittemore. ,••;! At Herman Voigt's:- Harold, "Josella and Evelyn Voigt of Al* Jona, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe Jnd son Brian of Whittemore Ind .Gerald Ollum of Burt. ,s At the Henry F. Schultz home: Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer and ion Eldon Rae and daughter Slaine, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 'leyer :'and family and Mr. ahd ' s. Henry Kuecker of Whitte- iore. ,''.':.. ,.y ..; ..-;, .-..,-. |Al>Zimmer spent Thanksgiv- fig day with his family in Storm inke.» Mr. Zimmer is manager of. the local locker plant. If Mr. and Mrs, William Meyer pSr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer were 6 o'clock dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert leyer, Lotts Creek. ~r. and Mrs. Henry Lauck en- irtained Mr. and Mrs. Walter truecker and Mr. and Mrs. Erin Struecker families Thurs- fy, at dinner. Ir. and Mrs. Herman Behnke [ire guests of Mr. and Mrs. link Roggo, West Bend, on franksgivmg day. Irs. W. F. Dau had as dinner- her immediate families, *t and Mrs. Victor Dau, Mr. Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Herbert Zumach, Mr. and Wilbur Roeber, and Mr. ad Mrs. Lawrence .Meyer, Whitemore, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jur- jjens, West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs.;.Otto Berriau, Bode. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer ntertairied their immediate fam- lies at a 6 o'clock dinner, Mr. 'lid Mrs. William Ostwald, Mr. jjd Mrs. Edwin Greinert, Mr. ft Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and |and Mrs. Bert Seely of Whit- pbre and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin of Depew. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden; v were Thanksgiving day fr guests of Mr. and Mrs. ^orth Heidenwith of West and Mrs. Lloyd Walker Daughter Shari Ann, Man- Hi^ Mirth., .were Whittemore, Bend and Algona callers irs, Charles E. Kollasch went 'j>wa City Wednesday to be : her husband, who is .em- Boyed with a government pro- She returned home Moru /. Jessie Swanson came Thanksgiving day to visit his mother Mrs, SedteSwa«s.on, Jessie is a ifiyil engineer and }s employed -jth the government. He lives CQlumbus, O. Mr§. George Meyer spent fronv ^st week Friday' wntil Tuesday gitb her sister,ir,:-tew Mrs, John '"•sen at 'Rpcteford. Mrs. Nis'fpn „„«?:•£een an invalid for a aiim* beraf-years. »rge 'Meyep, Mr, and Mrs. 8TO Qstwajd an<J family, Mr, Mrs. Sert Seejyi - and : m\ ,^ f i Mr. and Mrs. fciaiwrence aeyerapd. family, Mr, and Mr?, dinner g^ipstsi gf' ftif Er- ruhn, home. , Mrs, f|pyd IQNA fc^*/" / tt/fftf^ MODEST YOUHGTWIRLER OF — v ^- WNMETER.lA,BUZEPA f AH^\ /0/mLlOHf££T A Of UMBER/' ~X, •-•'*! RECORD ACROSS THE, WJRKOMftSftSTClKI-OU CIEVEWMP INDIANS, ftMO|NW36FftNMED ' /fl/V/fyiNTttESEASOKfS ig3il'BS I Cg? ai ' l ' i ?P^ f3griHJ8fr«»s''Bg- LAST6AM6, AHALLT1ME WL/ gg^^^^^fe^as^gl MARK IM 1ti£ MAJORS. Jf£i GjufEtfaeoouML (%r$i, fw&ai HKneicfx. FAaoeotwjrpE/faiu/t/G nloM 'C£^pwusEMmKATu/?£.M4it.You?coui)fiffo'noustow/t?!iitgf?. .nd husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lor- army, will enter Teachers college m Barker at Cedar Falls over ' " ' ~ " he weekend. Arthur, who was ecently discharged from the at Cedar Falls. M.r and Mrs. L. W. Swanson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. ALOONA*UPPEtt DfiS MOINES, ALGONA, IOWA Clarende Lunnlng of Emmets- iburg, drove to Cedar Rapids Sunday morning, where they attended a ttapids Gas meeting held Sunday afternoon in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Lunning returned home, on the train, while the SWansons went on to Des Moities and Newton on business. They returned home Wednesday morning. CHAPMAN TO HEAD LUVERNE CIVIC UNIT Lu Verne': Irving Ch&pman prominent Lu Verne man, wa elected president of the LuVprn Commercia Iclub, at the annua' meeting and election held afte a supper held Monday even in of last week in the Methodis church. . ; The W. S. C. S. of the church served the supper. . Other officers named wer Hugh Shirk, vjce president, an< John Nelson, secretary. Movies were shown followm the business meeting. Fire At Whittemore Whittemore: The Whittemor fire department responded to call to .the Edmund O'Brien home Friday evening, when roof fire was extinguished be fore it got a good start. Has Heart Attack Union: Mrs, Mame Hofius o Burt, mother of Frank Hofius o Union twp., suffered a heart at tack but. is reported better a this writing. She has not been so well of late. REAt) THE WANT APS For H and M Tractors New Farm Machines If You Want a "Different" Christmas Tree—Use FLUORESCENT Christmas TREE LIGHTS THEY LAST A LIFE-TIME Seven Mg Fluorescent bulbs in a strlnp—and each bulb casts a DIFFERENT pastel light color! Each of these Fluorescent sets Is equal to two of the old type sets—and they make your Christmas tree just as different. Use them In any outlet— if you want to add oi/anotlicr set. there Is a connection provided. Cord is WEATHERPROOF, so you can use these liffhts outside also. 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