The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1948 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 22, 1948
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ebekahsHeld h Wesley, llfh u - -Hobo party „„»„-< by tho Rebekahs anti held' :lay evening in their rooms, . th S Exchange State bank'Was tended by 32 people. - Member*^ « tho lodge werfe-'dressed as bbos and Mrs. Richard'^mith "on rim prize for her"' gawny- <k outfit. The party was a •tic-fit used for their new lodge H. Vco Mullin won the bloom?- an ever blooming rose a'rtd Juno row. Coke 'and coffee /ere seryed. HI, : . •'. ''. •/: Jions G!ub Picnic tM/T ho members of the Lions club Intei lamed their wives at a pic- •,lRc at the shelter, house in Call 2 park at Algona .Thursday following the elcnie dihtter cards wete enjoyed.- Airattf 40 .attended, Mts., and Mrs, Tom MeMphoh of P.deahbntafc, •W^sleyaws, also attendee!. An Elbow , V i 6-yeiSr old son oKMtf jftd Mrs..t)rtiah' Netiroth, felk-dft a .b&afd at his hbme one dayiagH wek and spraifted his left elbow He suffered c several days. jpi He suffered considerable .pain to. AUNT HET BY ROBERT GUILLEN tf "I reckon some stock .companies make money. Bui Pa never look part in one ij.'ihat didn't go bust, and he must o' been in forty."' • e of the most important ags about your automobile front wheel alignment. If :an be wrong, and youodon't :now it. Best and safest thing o do is bring 'er in and lei .our experts check that alignment \nd balance. It's IMPORT ANT! KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. . , ^*..,^ii - At Nephew's Wedding -Mrs. Clarence- Ward,- H Shdre,>Mfs' ( .JM M.<Kun«yttd SundaYl'ifi 1 .'attend the ^.eddirtg'of .Mrs. Ward's ^Viephew^^Kenfteth Smith to MfirgaDet. Pictus, which was held at 8 o'clock that evening at the Methodist church. A •eueption was held at the church sriplors following^ tne ceremony;. The Wesley folks returned Mon^ ••' 'tu_^4- ';' • .,-:. Home Fr6m Pocahohtas Shirloy .Lickteig, dalighter of Mr. and' Mrs. John liickteig, returned home Thursday from Po- cahpntas where she had spent several days-at-the home pf her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott (Edna Mae) Waldschmidt. Back From Missouri Mr. . and ; Mrs. John Lickteig and Mrs. Louis Lickteig and Pet- '?r Lickteig qi Cresco returned home Friday from Clyde, :• Mo., •where .they had yisited;,the for- mer's'sisters, Sister Florentine jnd Sister. Anastasia, ,a few days. Visits.Grandparents ' . '. Julia, daughter of Dr., arid jMirs. H. H. Raney, visited her grtma- parentS; the J. A. Raneys at Algona the'past week. , i !:»,;, Are Bridge Hosts , . .'• <••-:,:!' Mrs. H. H. Raney_ arid ; ,Mrs. Chas. Mullin entertained at three tables of bridge, at the former's home Wednesday evening, June Ifr; 'Ml-s. Frank Bleich won 'high score prize and Mrs. Wilfred Loebig, low score prize. Mrs. Tonr McMahon of. Pocahontas was ah out-of-town ,guest. "'j Phyllis Bakken Of Bode Lake Park Man .- -Bddi—Sunday afternoon, June 13, at' 3 • o'clock a very pretty $reddlng took place at St. Olaf Lutheran church, wth Rev. Verger T. Jfordahl per.for.ming .the §uble rjng ceremq'ny, w.hen iss Phyllis Bakke,n, daughter of Alvin Bakken, and the late Mrs. Bakken became the bride of .,Bush, son ,of Mf, and Mrs. Martin' Rush ;of Lake Park, la. . MBS. Lewis Bergum played the ,jSta-hup«al music; while the guests were seated by Leslie Rush and Richard Bakken, who also attended the bridegroom, "pie bride was lovely in a dress of white satin, with a sweetheart neckline and a long tr'airt. 'tier finger-tip veil was held by a beaded tiara. She wore a string of pearls and carried an arm bouquet of white stephonatis and white "carnations. 'She. was given in marriage by ; her • fatneri preceded down .the aisle was the little flower girl, niece of .the bridegroom, scattering rose petals. .The ring bearer was Tommy Schar, carrying the rings on a Honor was Mrs. William Siemens pf Kanawha, sister ofthe bride, who,wore a light blue formal and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and snap dragons. Bridesmaids were LaVonne Bakken, sister of the bride, a Betty Rush, sister of the uri( groom, wearing yellow and carried Colonial Jeanette Lund of Laurens sartg ''O Promise Me" and At Studer Funeral Wesley relatives Who attended the 1 funeral ,of Ed Studer at< Excelsior, 'Minn., Wednesday morning at 8:30 were Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Studer, Alf Studer, Mrs.; Mpna Bonn, J. P. Studer, Emma Studer, Sister Bernadette, Sister; Myra and Mr. and .Mrs: Al -Richts;, .meier. • Mrs. Lou ,M.a,ter.n ,pqna accompanied ,them. Studer of Canada, a son of .'MM Ed Studei- dnd the .late Ed StMeri came .back with ,the relative's' for a fewcdays visit here. :Banns Of Marriage iBarins -<w!ei;e published .-foe' the .second, time, for, the iapovdachinp ''d HMrn,an and of ;.LiVern^pre. marriage . Eleanpr Kpppen ' They will' be married>)^ue'saay, June 29. - r "'•••'•' Visit In Kanawha , f Mr. a,n.d Mrs., Ed .flow/is .and i». .' i *#*.A; l."._V.t tm*-'j«, MOVING OR STORING YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS Brady Transfer & Storage Co. Fort Dodge, 'Iowa Agents, Allied Van Lines, inc., in your locality World's Largest Long Dislince Moving Service Excellent equipment, cornpeleni' ai\d Courteous service. Phone or write for estimate on • any moving problem. '" . *•.--'•-••'•.".'••' ;Utf ^"1 1 ^ And have your bin filled this summer with our famaus Chemasol Processed We have car? arriving weekly! " f-""" Call Us Today! ** ' * -^ - ' - •• Botsf or d Lumber Co. '/> ^ *><*** ' white satin pillow. Matron of I school. •— ' I , .....-...- i - ..,-, ,•-.« ..... ... . I The groom and his best man each wore grey suits with white carnation ;boutonniere. Following .the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors, where the three-tier wedding .cake, decorated in blue and yellow, was serv edto the guests. The young couple left for the west, where they will spend the summer in Idaho, and Mr. Rush, a student at Iowa State college, will attend summer school in connection with his Work at Ames. Mrs. RUsh is a graduate of the Bode school and Luther college, Decorah, and for the past two years has been teacher in the Lake Park public Jarvis and family visited at the George Kelch home at Kanawha, Wednesday evening, , The women are,,.sisters. Sharlene Downs stayed for a visit at the 'Kelcfr home ' and "Mike" Kelch is ' visiting at the Do.yVns' home* Ai' Seneca Show Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downs of St.. .Benedict umd.,,the..Ed Downs family attended the saddle show ''a'rSenet'a on Sunday of last week. Re-enlists In At my ._-, Gordon Loebig w.ho re-enlisted in the army, left Monday : for Denver,, Cold.,: and will ibe in the medical .corps in, Fritzsimmpns veterans hospital as a .permanent T. Serge.nt.. .'•:.•' Gordon's ..wife will join-him as soon as liyjrig .quarters can be fdund.- Sunday 'dinner guests at the parental '• Ed Loebig home Were the Edmund and Evroul Lbebigs of Algona, the • Wilfred Loebigs, .Jack, Lickteigs and -AJ- yin Lpebigs>of Wesley./Mr. and jjlrs. Gor.don Loebig haftte .been hying at the Ed Loebigsl Bathhouse Finished "The 28 by 10 bathhouse . A yvas completed lust week. ItYwas constructed of/hollow tU.e c by-a ;Titonka fir.m. Fly To l)V?;FiJre~ ' Ja.mes-Walker, Paul Erdman Frank JoKnson,,flew".with Johnriy' Hauptmton to' Laurgns - on Monday of last week to. see ; the ruins of .a.460p.000ifire . i,n the Hakes.Whplesfile GEOcery. Walter i had worked there 6 years before] going in^the army>,an,d'.he.j3uys; inucn of his i supplies'"there fori his grocery stpie. ,„] Homemabers «Meet ' **" H The Wesley Homemokers met'j at the farm home of ^drs. L,' er Blain on - Tuesday, June > 8, with Mrs. Qlaf>Funnemarik,,aSias- sistant hps-tess. M,rs,.John ,Huff gave the lesspn on qartnlng. Roll call was "My favorite Salad". The wpmen discussed the uses pf feed s,acks. Th'eJuly meeting will be with Mrs. John Huff. .Girls State Choice Marian Kleinpeter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter, Whp was selected, toy, the Ameri- >ean Legipn Auxiliary ;tp-,\attend ^Pawkeye Girls State left Sa,tur- 3ay frpm Mason City. for Grin- nell where, she will be for one week. Helen Reding, daughter , of Mr. and Mrs. John "-Reding of Wm\ttemore accompanied* her. Job- In Mason City ..-,,. Loren Lease, son ,of Mt Mrs. L. L. Lease, began , , at the Trade Home, shoe: stp're^irt Mason City Monday of last week!. 1 Undergoes Operation Mrs. Joe. Hauptman submitted to a gall bladedr operation at iJb •Mercy hospital at Mason Cjl Friday morning. Mrs. L. L. Lease submitted to major operation at the Mero'y hospital at Mason City Wednesday morning. ' : Gary Marco .and Burrell -Lease spent the weekend at their respective homes here. They .are employed at Sumrnitt. ,S. D., doing < .electrical work with Ralph Hedge. Mrs. Jeanette Hopkins of Livermore spent the weekend at the Ihno Gerdes home. Mrff. -Ruth Hopkins Latham of LeMars 'Vis- ated at the Gerdes home tiie past tw.o weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George if?>ir,nette drtd^baby of Ames spent tho at the pa rental 'iRey. J,. jgs home. The, baby;was . ;ed Sunday by her grand* tfatttfjr and named Rath&fyh Ann. '•t, and Mrs. Eric Bach a.nd 2 ttt Chicago visited at the _—-aWesler and Ole Flom homes ThureHay. Mrs, Bacji -is a sister^of ,the late Viggo Kilsholm, who was )1<11C AC. VV. T >B5V 4>-JJ ibutter"ftiaker here some years ago'. • Mr/and Mrs. Will MaUptly, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gouge accompanied by Rudy Young of Garner were t ahifig at Spirit Lake and Lost land! Thursday., A' Mffii Adolph Glrreil and baby Wrt^Were brought hqfne Thursday from the Kossuth Hospital at Al- #otta where the infant was born FHdBy.'Junc 11. •fhty now have a family of four girls and one boy. Myrtle Hilbert is employed at -the Giri-es home. Mary Ann Hauptly, daughter of the Will Hauptlys, spent last week at the home of- her uncle and aunt tho Frank Benteles at Swiea City. •the, Frank Bentels of Swea City Were dinner guests at the I "•Vahk Bleich home Sunday, Juno 13th, '.the Will Uauptlys and the Ro- land Schmidts of Garner were Tuesday, June 22, t$48 dinner guests at the Lawrence g h Koppen home Sunday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mahoney and son John .and Bob Sears of Duncombe were Thursday evening supper guests at the J, B. Meuhe home. They and John Meuhe visited Mr. Meuhe at the General hospital at Algona that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lickteig spent from Monday till Thursday at Omaha. He purchased a new Chevrolet truck and an 825 gallon oil tank for it. Her folks Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith of Buffalo Alcana Upper Dat Main«-9 Center stayed at the home witht he foUr Chas. Mullin, tiick Grifhorst, Leo Bleich and G. L. Olson spent several days last week fishing at Rice Lake, Minn. Mrs. Albert Dirksen and • -her Lickteig brother Bob Metthe Lea, Mifln., visited tl B. Meuhe. at the Gerierll at Algona. Bob has fcieifeft „. .. vicinity selling the be&Utlidl ,'j .tificial flowers that he makes. AiteriUtniji Own Your Own Home Now low Cost...High Value Y«t —It's good'looking, quality constructed-but it's'in a surprisingly low price range. Provides a tpacious, comfortable bouse you'll be proud to own;'tow price made pOMible by mass production and standard design. Fully insulated, warm jn winter, cool in dimmer. Easily and quickly .erected of precision.-built sections. Quality materials—strong, long-lasting and neat-appearing. Available now. 20 x 32 or 20 x 40 feet f izei; pl«ni to meet four oeedi; 1. 2 ot 3 bedroomi; .with or without buemem. Come in—gst details. Mr. John Van Gerpen BELMOND HATCHERY Belmond, la. SEE l.S. FOR HAIL INSURANCE on Growing Crops Phone 103 Over S & L Store From where I sit ^. Joe They lot the Wives in 1 The ex-OI's of our .town enter- t;iined their Wives the other night at one of their "feeds" Of 4iam^ burger sandwiches and ice cold beer. (The girls had hinted that they'd like to see what went on when their husbands got together!) Being wary, the boys provided chicken sandwiches and cake .and cider—for those wives who might have other tastes. But though they wove grateful .for ithe choice, most of the wives agreed that 1mm- burger sandwiches and beer, were a mighty pleasant combination. After the "feed" the took their wives on at a game Of darts, and later they played "In* dications." The party broke Up around ten, with the boys agreeing that it was mighty successful. From where I sit, .it's this .companionship among young couples today, and their moderation in a- sensible beverage like beer, that's won the younger generation such a wholesome reputation. Copyright, 1948, Unitid States Urewers Foundation (portable Mojdels) SM8TH-CORONA UNDERWOOD PARENTS: Are your children interested in typing? Start them but now before classes begin in the fall. They'll love it! - v-;.'.„,'. \ ON DISPLAY NOW AT THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS Office Supply Dept. 111 E. Call $t. '- ; ' : Sw I About How to Wlake Those Draperies, Slip- Covers and Rugs Shine with Newness Again? In addition *o ou? regular 0arjfue.«t $l»y pjeanlng service, we .ere now • specialising in Jhf cleaning of drapes, $}iR cover?, r^igs—even elk l«P»p «n8desl.Oujr service is vmder the management p{ -94r. Dprwan Jones, .djfy:cie«niog expert, Npw—we offer i complete dnr Bleaaing seryice— tor home *nd and w* gtWBBtw ^Service f hat .p#ltoQ%»¥-y Phone $56 Ask About Our 100% Moth, proofing |or Your ^Garments That Can B* OJyeiv «t the fame rime We Pry Clean-Them. „ Algona Laundry ^. %*5 -vJ^WT.*^ .*• - «-' 1 -T * -|., -^ -~ Dry Cleaners and Furriers l^, £.' - ' 5 r • '' , JSeit Airoi« Street From **i r * . i tt - "^ * -t ' /" i "' ' - lA-.j " 'fl^~™ K ?^§^^* 1 ? WVM ^5SaW t * < '1'','^tt*?>«rtt! ^-'.w^"^-*^!*^. ' «\"n?^t" ^? v "*73^'f^ 4^-1^?^-* t -4^ ^ s~*~ , * - ' ^^ "* .^^.'" J < -,, < ,V ( / ' "~\ ^?,**^'^*r£^-^r%"-*3^^'^/^ •'-.'<,. 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If if s a motor-tune»up, we take pains to put pn (ustments that mean smoothness and rhythm Jn yowr motor, And Come In-We'll Be Pleased to Lot You See for Yourself r We Wont to peserve Yowr Businew Permanently 't «*.<

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