The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 8, 1943 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 8, 1943
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ilia IETY Orrille llanegan Takes Bride- Miss Mary Jane Schoff became the bride of Orvllle Hanegan, son of Mrs. May Hanegan, Algona, in a ceremony performed Wednesday, June 26, at the home of the bride's parents in Huron, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schoby attended the wedding from here. The bride has been teacning home economics in the school at Marion, S. D., where Orville has been coaching athletics and also teaching. The young couple spent a week at Okoboji and are now visiting here at the Hanegan home. Thye expect to leave August 1 to make their home in Marion, S. D where they will continue their teaching. Birthday Dinner Tuesday u-Zl l ^ day evenin g. July 6th, a birthday dinner was held in honor of Eileen Thul at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Thul. A delicious dinner was served after which the party attended the theatre. Twelve guests were present: Dorothy Loving of Detroit Mich.; Joan Whitty of Clarion and Helen Winkel, Mary Lamuth, Margaret Valentine, Doris Drayton, Phyllis Rich, Colleen Parks, Cecelia Miller, Arlene Hargreavcs, Kathleen Huber and Beverly Ste- britz of Algona. Family Dinner Friday— A family dinner was given Fri day evening in honor of the birth day of Russell Cook. The dinne was given in the honoree's specia dining room by Mrs. Cook. Russ' birthday was the Fourth of July Those present were Mr. and Mrs M. L. Dutton and daughter, Donna Jean, and Mrs. Florence Schicht and son, Garry, of Burtj Mr. anc Mrs. Glen Teeter, Lone Rock, anc Mr. and Mrs. Henr£ Johannsen Algona. Red Cross Room Opens— The Red Cross surgical room will be open this Friday, July 9. from 8:30 to 11:30 p. m. It will also be open on Monday from 8:30 to 11:30 in the morning and from 1:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon.; The room will open on Wednesdays from 1:00 to 4:00 p. m. The quota has arrived, so a lot of helpers will be appreciated. Comedy Play Given— The Algona Townsenci Club No I sponsored a short comedy. Whose Who Wedding?" Tuesdav fy^'ng. July 6. at the Legioii Hail. Following the play, cake and coffee were served to all. Chris Reese of the Algona Upper Des Moines gave a novelty violin number, with the members of the cast doing an old-fashioned square dance. The audience then enjoyed dancing the remainder of the evening to the rhythm of Don Burmann's 5-piece orchestra. Picnic for Joan Whitty A picnic was held ' Wednesday evening at the Call State Park in honor of Joan Whitty of Clarion who is the house guest of her cousin. Eileen Thul. Those attending besides the miest of honor were: Mary Lamuth, Helen Wi-i- kel Margaret Valentine, Colleen Parks, Cecilia Miller, and Eileen Meeting of Auxiliary— A regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday evening, July 12, at 8:00 o'clock in the Legion Hall. There will be installation of officers. Mrs. L. M. Merrill's division will serve the lunch. Mrs. G. D. Brundage is the newly elected president. Woman's'Bible Class— The Woman's Bible elass of the Congregational church will meet Wednesday, June 14, at the home of Mrs. Soren Didriksen, near Sexton, for a -covered dish supper. Transportation will be arranged by calling 944. Sewing Club Meets— Mrs. A. A. Bishop entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon bgeinning at 2:00 o'clock with Mrs. Minnie Long, Mrs. Waiter Whitney and Mrs. O. F. Peterson as guests. Hobby Club Meets— The Hobby Club met Wednesday afternono at the home of Mrs. Dale Simon. Bridge Club to Meet— Mrs. Keneth Cowan will entertain the members of her bridge club this evening at her home. TlTONKAtiEWS and son, ,of Stanley, N. D., spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schram and family. Mrs. Maifrice Keil, Bruce and Brent went to Crystal Lake Monday afternoon to get Mrs. Rose Hobbs, who will stay with Mrs. J. E. Keil during Mrs. Florence Reasers and Doyles absence. Mrs. Sartor returned Friday from Chicago, where she visited with J. G. Coyles and Alice Sartor. On her return trip she visited with G. J. Sartor, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. John Bleich of Britt. Mrs. A. L. Honken entertained at three tables of 500 Friday eve- ling honoring her guest, Mrs. Forrest Manwiller. Score honors were won by MM. George fireen, Mrs, Guy Bftins and Mrd, tfra'nk Fisher. Pvt* Clafence Loats, stationed at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, spent the week-end with his , parents, Mr. and Mrs, Tom.LoaU, Ben U. Meyers, Mr, and Mrs. Tom Loats and Kenneth took Clarence to the bus at Garner Sunday evening. Ed Abbas and family and Henry Gerdes attended a picnic at the Elmer Gerdes home, near Buffalo Center, on Sunday honoring the birthdays of Elmer Gerdes and Jerry Lee Kramer. Forty-five friends and relatives from Buffalo Center, Graettinger, Elmore and Blue Earth attended. Harm Huisingas, Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Tapper and Donald, Mrs. German Tapper, Walter Tappers, Dick B. Meyers and Anna Mae Abbas surprised Mr. and fife* Everett Hippentrop 1 Sunda>, j,tt their 10th wedding anniversary Everyone enjoye! a politick din* her. Mr. and Mrs. RlpjSehtfOfc were presented with a rocklftg chair by their guests. BANCROFT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black are the parents of a son born Tuesday morning. Rosemary Welp, Chicago, ill., spent Sunday and Monday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welp. Peter Johnson suffered a slight stroke last Saturday afternoon. He is now staying with his son, Chester, at Ledyard. - A* jMseellaftfctttri Jfifcwli!" hont Iftg.Mlfs^Afifold fcfi&hlfr IStfnW Vewjtoea Paniwanvwiss held sun* dray aiteimotw in st< John's hall, ed Hbme frott Kolfe Monday aftet spending a week there with Mfs. Jake Grethen, Walter' aM Mary LoU. Dr. and Mrs. R.-E: Weber a're the parents of a daughter, Linda" Alice, born Monday afternoon. They now have a family 'of three- girls. Sgt, Clinton Guest left Friday for Boston, Mass., after spending a month's furlough with his mother,- Mrs. Tom Guest, and other relatives, Pvt. Richard Welp left Friday evening for 'Camp Crowder, Mo., jfter , spending a furlough at the tome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welp. Ward ha&fcefen **e«vea here ttf Hie ttftttMiift «! Ati*. L&tiistt Wolf6 t» Warren ttebbiHs 6n Jtise nth. /tdulse Is «dW stationed! at JPbrl Dix, New Jersey, R. D, SHtfafsiail took over his duties last Thursday as the,hew agent at the- C. & •»., W. Railway here, replacing E. P, P redriekson, whb was transferred to Burt. Mri and Mrs. A. J. Berens and Barbara returned home Tuesday evening - v from Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Berens has been u patient at St. Mary's hospital for the past few weeks. Funeral services were held last Sunday afternoon for Patricia Colleen, Infant daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles McGuire. The baby was born Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and died Sunday morning in an incubator in Algona. 'ft. fcfaty tm(P6im, Mrs, Joftrt 8«B«*f,,af c. H. OstwjnklB of Algdnd, wwe married Mdndayr Jun<» 14, at.Sah Ant6Mo;' "TiSaS. ITKe* V 60itfl6 'Will live -Where Claude' will be itranSJ- ferred, tjS,' _, f ,• "' '"' J Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Diers home Were Mr. and Mrs. George Diers and son, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Diers, Mrs, Orvlllfe Pdrrow and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cink and family, Mr. and Mrs, frank Diers and. Mr. and, Mrs. Lee Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dudding hava taken over the management and operation of the Becker Lunch Room. John Seeker,'former owner, left last Monday to join a group of men in Des Moines who eft for Alaska to do construction work there this summer and fall. .FENTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett and • of Tlto "ka, Mr. and Mrs. }**? nd Bobby of Lak °ta- and Mrs Frank Drcyer and td and Mr. and Mrs. John T . ie £ a " were en tertained Sunday at the Henry Tieman home. \> Pf ^. Marvin Luedtke of Camp Van Dorn, Miss., left Sunday nigh •after a week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lued tke, and with other relatives and mends Pvt. Luedtke accompanied two other friends back to camp Mr and Mrs. Guy Thomason o Marshalltown visited Saturday a the Art Bleckwenn, Everett Harfman and Ernest Votteler homes They also visited Mrs. Thomason's parents, the Mike Bukemas near Algiana, and left Monday for their home. Mr. Thomason was inducted into the army Wednesday. W. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. Hugo Dcnker of Lester and Louise Baker ol Des Moines arrived here Friday ni.nht 1'rum Rochester. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod remained there with her daughter, Florence, who •nad an operation on Wednesday ?,r • tho Coloni ' (1 hospital. Mrs. Weisbrod is still going through the clinic. Mr. R. O. Berke of Forl Worth, Texas, is also in .Rochester. Hospital News General Hospital June 30—Dorothy Hesvik, Swea City, surgical. July 1—Clint Lighter, Algona, surgical; W. G. Moore, Swea City, surgical; Donald Hilbert, LuVerne, surgical. July 2—Gwendolyn Link, Swea City, surgical; Harold Work, Swea City, surgical. July 3—Mrs. Glenn Clark, Arm- .strong, .surgical; Stanley Knutsen, Swea City, surgical; Phyllis Smith. Britt, surgical. July 6—Arthur Campney, Hurt, surgical; Lynn Gourley, Corwith, surgical. July 7—Mrs. Raymond Fisher. Corwith, 'surgical; Mrs. Everett Faith, Algona, boy. Kossuth Hospital July 2—Mrs. Arne Pedersen, Al- jona, boy; Mrs. Kenneth McCoy, Algona, girl. July 3—Mrs. John Ailts, Titonka, girl; Mrs. T. W. Aldinger, Bode, girl. July 4—Mrs. Glen Scott, Al- [ona, girl. July 6—Charley Kuchynka, Algona, burns; Mrs. F. F. Fett, Lu- Verne, girl; Alice Merkle, Lu- Verne, surgical. I Friday and Saturday, July 9 and 10 -2nd Feature- FUN FOR THE FAMILY Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, July 11, 12 and 13 THE ENTERTAINMENT ^ Af *A«i»l Of 1943! 130 000,000 AMERICANS ARE BUYING AN t'XTRA DOLLAR S 'iVORIll 01 WAR STAMPS IN lUllf 1 ^..rf S^iy yours o/ f/ns theatre! i «•»/ Mb >•> "•' ,' t ; V ' •." * *• What is the Shangri-La? It's the symbol of America's power and trust in freedom. It is the airplane carrier that will take our planes back to Tokyo where they will avenge the barbarism of the Japs and leave their city in total destruction. It is the fulfillment of every American's promise that the job started by Jimmy DoobWs boys will be thoroughly finished, in true American fashion. How can you help? You can do your part by spending your extra change for War Stamps. It is your dollar, together with the dollar of every man, woman and child in the country that will pile up to the total of $131,669,275 and build the mystery ship. By passing up an occasional movie, or by converting the change from your lunch check into War Stamps, you will be carrying the answer of democracy to dictatorship! Algooa's quota toward building the Shangri-La is $5000. Buy extra stamps allduring July - One dollar's worth' from every citizen will fill the need and send more bombers to Tokyo. Buy from your retail merchants, theatre men and newsboys. Buy'til it hurts and then buy some more. This Ad donated for the cause by the Algona Upper Des Moines $-"•«•£ is-Vi t ':^

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