The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1948 · Page 12
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h / jona Upper Bet Mdtnift Tueidtiy, February 3,' 1$48 Fandels Tell Of Trip to White House Recently • ifthiiiemoire: Mr. and Mrs George Fandel recently returned ft.dtnc from a trip to Pcoria, 111., Washington, D. C., Hyattsville, Sfd., and Virginia. While in Pe- ofi'a they attended the funeral of Hubert Schmitt, brother-in-law of Mrs. Fandel and Mrs. George S : . Elbert of Whittemore and Mrs. George Kohl of Algona. From Pcoria they went to Washington to visit their son-in-law and daughter, 'Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Conrad. Met at the Washington station by the Conrads they Went directly to Mount Raincr, Md., where they spent tWo weeks sight-seeing. A guide took Mr. and Mrs. Fandel through the Franciscan Monastry Memorial church of the Holyland. Here visitors obtain accurate idea of the catacombs in Rome. Their daughter, Mrs. Conrad, made arrangements for a tour of an hour through the F. B. I. A guide explained the work being done there. The White House is open a few hours a clay for visitors and here the Fandels saw the blue room, red room, and the green room. At the tomb of the unknown soldiers, a soldier is on guard at all times. At the agricultural building they stopped at A. J. Loveland's office. Mr. Loveland vyas for- 1 merly a PMA chairman in Iowa. At the capital the 88th congress was in session, and Mr. Fandel, shook hands with Senator Wilson. Some time was spent at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, where money was being made. About 300 million in replacement bills were being made a dav. The bills are looked over 17 times to be certain that the perfect ones arc in circulation. Imperfect ones arc punched and burned. 1 Going through the Pentagon, the Fandels learned that 15,000 people are employed there, among them is Joe Conrad, their daughter's husband. A half day was spent at the Smithsonian Institute of National History They felt that they could have broused for two days more through the exhibits from many lands and many periods. Other highlights were Jefferson's Memorial, Lincoln's Memorial with its architecture of serene beauty and several other places. The Fandels enjoyed exceptionally fine weather in the District of Columbia, with no snow but all sunshine. to New Farm Vern Mathahs moved his farm equipment and family to his farm southeast of Clear Lake, which he purchased last summer. He took his stock over Sunday and moved his family and household Monday, Feb. 2. Charlie Sal-/, will move to the farm vacated by Mr. Mathahs. Birihday Celebration Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family of Depew, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert and daughters Verdell and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald and •family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Sehultz, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and'family, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt helped George Meyer celebrate his birthday at his home last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gingerich and family of Algona visited with Mrs. Clyde Gingerich at the Louis Braatz home last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer entertained a number of young people at their home at a 7 o'clock dinner Friday evening. Those who were guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and son Kenneth, Alvin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and family. Mrs. J/H. Helmkc had the misfortune to slip and fall on ice at her home last week. She broke a wrist. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith had as guests at their home Sunday evening Mrs. Ruth Sehultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery FIGUEROA BALLROOM LIVERMORE, IOWA . February 5 AMBYMiYERS Tyesday, Feb. 10 BIG PRE4iNTiN \ DANCi mm EUIS Pfhestra were at Fonda Sunday' visiting Mrs. J. F. McCreery, their sister^ in-law, Who has been ill. They did not find her condition favorable. The Fox hunt scheduled for last Sunday was postponed "due to the funeral of Melbourn Simpson, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Margaret Conlon and son Vincent of Ayrshire visited with Mrs. Kate 1 Cullen Tuesday and called at the Peter Waldron home in the afternoon after attending the rites of Mrs. Agnes Mehan. Mrs. Alvin Hanselman and baby son left the McCree'ry hos* pital Saturday afternoon. And oA Monday Mrs. Erwin Ruhnke and daughter Teresa Ann left the McCreery hospital for their home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Youngwirth and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thill attended the wedding of William Barr and Miss Delores Jean in Algona, Sunday afternoon. Arlcne Thill and Irene Youngwirth were bridesmaids for Miss Jean. The Whittemore Township Homcmakers were present for a lesson on Legal Rights of Married Women given by Mrs. Fred Kollasch and Mrs. Walter Fandel. Eighteen women were present at the home of Mrs. Ar"old Knecht, last week Thursday. About 40 attended a farewell party given at the home of Mrs. Joseph Besch Sr., on Friday evening. ' Those honored were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Besch Jr., .vho will move to Graettinger in February and Harry Thill and Pauline Kissner, who will move to a farm north of Algona. Both jarties were presented with table lamps. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Benschoter attended an elevator meeting at Dos Moines, last week. They left for Des Moines Sunday and returned home Thursday. Authorize Purchase The Algona library board has authorized librarian Beth Annis to order the latest senior edition of the encyclopedia Britannica. Irvington Man Promoted To Sgt, Witli The Eighth Ai-rtty In Sap* poi-o, Japan' (Delayed)—^Sergeant Phillip A, HalSi-ud, noto serving With the 187th Glider Infantry Regiment, llth Airborne Division, on the Island of Hokkaidd in northern Japah, was recently promoted to his above grade from that of Technician Fifth Grade. Sgt. Halsrud is the son of Mi\ and Mrs. Peter P. flalsrUd, Box 11, Irvington, la. Halsrud entered the service in 'March, 1943 and fought in the Pacific With the 4th Amphibous Engineers. He , was awarded the Bronze Start medal for outstand^ ing courage arid notable, efficiency and contributed materially te vie* tory in Luzon. He also is entitled* to Wear Asiatic-Pacifib hiedal with four stars and a arr6whedtiv As well as the PhilippineMibei'a*- tion; occupation . medal and the good conduct medal. Hfe got discharged iri December, 1948. He re-enlisted in December, 1&46 and went to 1 the Airborne schobl at Fort Benning, Ga., and gi'ftdiu ated as a qualified parachutist in April, 1947. He then sailed the Pacific again and joined the llth Airborne Division in June, 1947, He was then assigned to 187th Glider Infantry Regiment station-; ed hear Sapporo, Hokkaido, Ja* pan. WANT ADS BRINGS REStlLtS PUBLIC SALE OF House and Grounds IN ALGONA, IOWA Saturday, Feb. 7th at 10 o'clock A. M., The Anna Bowman property wilt be offered for sale at auction at the court house in Algona. This property is located on Jones street in Algona being the last house on South Jones st. on the west side of the street. v Premises has six rods frontage, house and out building. Possession can be given in 30 days. Must be sold to close estate. Abstract will be furnished showing merchantable title. And conveyance by Adminsirtors deed. ' . . 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