The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1948 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 18, 1948
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Uppif fti M6in»* May Iff, f94ft 0/arne Qppedtihl, Qitosm, Marries Fort Dodge Girl tf*44.i n^u.^. J^lcl . **^ Plans were Da By Mts. OMosen Oppedahl Bjarne Oppedahl son of Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl, and Darlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Otto of Fort Dodge were married Saturday, April 24 at 5:00 p. m. by Rev.'A. Lockert of Fort Dodge. Attendants were Miss Alberta Otto, sister of the bride, and Harold Oppedahl, brother of the groom. The bride attended Tobin Business college in Fort Dodge and previous to her marriage was a bookkeeper m Fort Dodge. The groom was recently discharged from the navy following six years of service. He is now in the grocery business, located near Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. The.y will make their home at 800 South 10th Street in Fort Dodge. The now Mrs. Oppedahl was honored at a miscellaneous show c'l 1 in the Ottosen Lutheran church parlors recently. For te ,»'tainment two games were played. Mrs. Edward Nessert of West Bend sang "Always" and "Smilin 1 Through". .Following this the bride opened her gifts after which a lovely lunch was served by the hostesses. The bride's colors of pink and white were used in the decorating and also carried out in the lunch. Guests from out of town were Mrs. Thomas Rogness, Mrs. Edwin Bakke, and Mrs. Marvin Rogness of Thor, and Mrs. Henry Lee of Humboldt. Hostesses were Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl, Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl. Progressive Club Parly The Ottosen Progressive club met last week at the home of Mrs. Clifford Lander in Humboldt. Ten members answered roll call and there were seven DON'T DEWY IN OeALIHflWIK RUM L KY'i IfflMW OF COOPSE NOT SILLY- I'M OOINO TO EAT WITH IT. IT'S THE RIOHT WAV TO BE CERTAIN *ot a * *•> *-w»*»*n«(.*iscci for the er's Cay pfotfaW %fei d - iftg, Mrs. HermUft, Kfamer 1 , Mrs. M. O. Kihseth Jr., Mrs. Oliver Lee; kitchen, Mr's, Oliver Kih- seth, Mrs. Ralph Richards, and Mrs. Jesse Vah fiuskifk; progr'am, Mrs. Olzo LewerkS, Mrs, Aft Vin- aas and Mrs. Laurel Wofstef. ftor the prbjram at this meeting Mrs. M. O. Kifiseth Jr. refid from the General Federation magazine. Lutnfefart LadUsi Ptagt ifit The Lutheran ladies met recently in the 'church parlors With Mrs. Loren Daniel and 'Mrs. Reane EnOcksoh as 1 hostesses. During the business meeting Mrs, Lorert Daniel and Mrs. Ernest Enocksofi fejsorjed on the W. M. f. convention : attended at Clarion. A special birthday observance Was neld for all of those having birthdays from January 1 through April. Each member having a birthday through that period of time dropped a penny lot- each year of their life in a box and then each was presented with a gift from the president, Mrs £r asm *» s 9 Js 9, n v For tne Program Mrs. Merle Holt gave the lesson, Mrs. Clara Solberg and Mrs! Ralph Richards each gave read- m , gs a 2 d ¥ rs - Edward Nesscn of West Bend sane. The next regular meeting will be Wednesday, May 19 with Mrs. Antone Speich and Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl as hostesses. New Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer have received word that they are the grandparents; of a daughter born to Mr. and-Mrs. Ardan Ulman of Flint, Mich; ' The babe was born Thursday, April 29 and weighed ten pounds and four ounces. Mrs. Ulman was formerly Marjoric Krarn<?t The Ulmans have another daughter Judy. Mrs Charles Ulman' ol Flint, Mich., is the other grandmother. OfLdkotdDled last Wednesday ' — Mrs. **$ of ay, May S, t a L her h ? me o ednesday evehihg. May 12 at ei>lces W6f€ held one- ill bassed , er husband is and ihe is & tr-ainea will csfttihue h« W6?k long as he is in college. At Special School --j-._ «...vvj<i ffDf The Ledyard-Liheolh " Farm Bureau group, met at the city hall last week Wednesday: eVenine with about 00 present. "' singing led bif ' land and Busch nc... meeting. Mr. La'ir.dp:'field technician for Kossuth ,Cbiiinty's6il conservation, was introduced by Mr. Brown and told something of his work. Pat McEnroe, county, weed commissioner, spoke on hfs work and answered questions, frdm the group. A. L. Brown showed a s °und film, - The Red Wagon, which depicted the life of J F fw $J- n £ e . lation to th e beginning of the refrigerator cars 'for transporting fresh meat. The June meeting will be in charge of the 4-H club members. r, ana Mifs. Merman Jensen a;™ %* ( ! fld , Mf& ' JdhH ft th>p of TUbnkft. were last wee K Sunday visitors with Mrs. Bettus Jansdti. Mrs. Andrew Anderson came home recently from a two Weeks Visit with her son Clarence Christensen and family in Troy, Ohio. Mrs. Donald. Clapper and son came from the Buffalo Center hospital last week and is spending several days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Heyo Berschma'n before returning home. Mrs. Vejrle Elwood was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital last week Monday and underwent an operation for appendicitis the following day. The Emory Smiths were hosts, for Mother s. Day dinner with Mrs. Smith's father and mother Mr - and Mrs. Ray Estle and daughter Norma,.,,id Doris, Mrs. Emma. Smith, Emory's mother, adapted T-, By this year, .Hentia%'Stfilfeh of the Algbn* ImpK C6., AlgTHa, iowa. is attending^ fa-ctbjv-sfeohl sored 6pufs(e;c.f Iftstf Ufitioft' .' In Po« Dddga.tdWa, *,;. • Those fitwndijfg. this -school will receive IMlvlduai'.ln&true. tion from /. 0: Vorhes, P6rttiac Zone \servlce- instructor, through the use of training aids and aft- tual tfork-bivtiie no-.eluteh-nb- shift transmission itself. More than 90 regular navy and naval' reserve officers 'hav«S been assigned As. haVy liaison offldors 'or scouting,",, assisting . and in- jtructing American sea scouts , In nautical subjects. ' • ' [.UjE'PWf ^o»,7» eoffttptefe t^Hi. I'll. nfl&Iifflenfsf «;mf free t homo' dfemptrefMtHon, cftlt y<^r; Mecfifo* -> tt^'JIflii. . ••'. '''•'" ,\ * ' ,Vfi. f * ''lai.,'"" • * •' •\D \ 1 •/on HL v'V .-' \- AtGONA, I " ' " 1 -•'.'', ^ For Re-Election Myron L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs..Norman Hellseth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hyg and family and Mr. and Mrs Peiry Peterson and daughter velma of Rolfe were Wednesday evening guests at the Rasmus Olson home. The occasion was the birthdays of Mrs. Olson and also little Tommy Hellseth who was two years old. .,.' , M'ke Coyle, Chester Alme and William Cooper attended a Rural- Urban dinner held in the Legion building at Humboldt, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniel and family were Saturday evening callers at ' the Charges Daniel home in Humbolcu. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mclntosh. and daughters Linda and Jan of Ames were Tuesday guests at the Frank Leist and Fred Kampen homes. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mathers , and family of Unique were Sunday a.Uirnoon visitors at the ^aaici Woister home. ' Mrs. Lnttie Daniel of Boon, w..o sp> m me past week at th Lo:en Daniol.hi.mB, returned t. SrncKiy callers, at, tne. -Eugen iluajd'iicmj wc: : e,Mrs. Jess Ho henslein oi Amboy. Minn., HI; and Mrs. I. W. iNclson and Mr.' Cora Bacon of Algon3. Mi 1 .* ancl j Ms. Edv. a.d Zinnol and'family, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee and Barbara and Terry and Mr. and M.-s. Knut Oppedahl and sons. In ordsr lo g;ve full recognition to the two inventors of the au-p'ane, U. S. navy records recently were changed to honor the rncmo'-v of both Wilbur and Orville Wright in the nama of the • a rirr USS Wright. Honor 30'Ai Dim>ar , A happy event tbok place fol- Idwing the graduation exercises Thursday when Mr. and Mrs. Ahrend Hans entertained about 30 friends and in honor of their daughter Geneva, one of the graduates, at the home of her grandparents Mr. and .Mrs; Art Lester. The time was spent'visit- ing and a bounteous lunch was served. Geneva received many lovely gifts. . . . * Geo. Hectlands Honored ,Mr. and Mrs. George Hectland' were honored guests at a 7-30 dinner in the Presbyterian church dining room last week Tuesday evening given by the elders and trustees of the church, With their wives preparing a delicious meal served family style. Following the dinner a song fest was enjoyed with Mrs. C. A. Gutkneeht leading the singing accompanied by Mrs. J. E. Ukena. The Rev E H. Buschman gave a talk and Oeorge Ennen played several numbers on his accordian. Mrs. Jerry Heetland spoke briefly in appreciation of the work dorie by the honorees, as George has been a trustee for 9 years. Mrs. I-Ixi- land sang in the choir for several years and has always bseh active in all branches of tho. church work. Bv-JMJns NJV/ Hcsm J. W. Cut.-., sthojl supcrintend- ••it o. cue Lakutd ^^n >ui ior me jast 5 ycai-d, ij electing a new 11-mo in tno \.esl pa.t 01 town. 'ho baiiuiii; will bj 26x34 feel J 0119 -stoiy hmwse wiHi .fWU -bpse-' acnt and aiJ in dern. Be.-aiuc.'oi hs house- shortatfe the Cqoks;;de- •ideci to build thoir own.' They .lavo livid in the Methodist par- .•'.onagj aiiue m )vin> hers. Plane! A wonderfully smooth, N ' ''• rich "satin finish" for ' • ., kitchens, bathrooms, ' . woodwork. Can be washed and ivaahed'— it stands up beautifully. Flows on smoothly, without brush marks. One coat .covers practically any sealed surface. Lasts longer. Six lovely colors — Ivory, Peach, Bijff, Cream, Pale Green, Powder Blue. ' Be A Good Ne^hbor—"I AM AN AMERICAN WEEK"—Sponsored by Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce. 7 , . FU _" a USE.TH£ WANT ADS Here is an Archer Feed that w|U help you produce fast growing suckling pigs T,, stronger, health- ierpigs with a better-than-average change for livability. Archer Quality Pig Starter not only promotes faster, more economical pig gains, but cuts weight loss of the sow as much as 30%. Feed from before weaning to 75 pounds for profitable hog production, Come in and order your supply now, Free feeding directions available on request, 4-H Boys In Meetings Lal-om boys 4-;l club met^al the city hail iast week Monday evening with Floyd Lan^e'as host. G.rtud Gordon waj elected delegate to the shc.rt ta>urse ir Anic;, in June. Donald Winter Ice a discussion on feeding Iwesto- k Loi-cn Larson. ]• ado;- of the PI,eb ron town>h.ip dub, was a guest. Leaves For. Havy Frcdoi.k Kahlcr, r.on ot Mr. and ^.ii-d. i<ay Kanler, left last week Monday lor the Great Lakes training station where he will take his boot training after enlisting in the n'avy for a 3 ycai term. After his initial training he will go to Memphis, Tenn., foi the 44 week course in aviation electronics. Frederick graduated from Lakota high school in 1946 and has passed .his examination making him eligible for the electronics course. 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