The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1948 · Page 12
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'i .<v ; fi> . \ x ii fji .<'( >-, on mm fulutey, JuTy 56,i$4§ Rose Finnestad Of Fenton Is Bride In Mpls, Penton—In a simple, but pret'- ty and impressive wedding ceremony, performed June 2(3 at high noon in Mt. Olivet Lutheran churph in Minneapolis, Rose Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad, and Mark Urbick were united in marriage. Rev. Youngdahl performed the ceremony. The bride was attired in a white suit and hat. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johannsen of Minneapolis, were their only attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Urbick are leaving in the near future for Arizona where the groom will attend school at the university this fall. The new Mrs. Urbick was honored at a miscellaneous shower Saturday evening, July 10 in St. John's Lutheran church parlors. Hostesses were Mesdames John Finnestad, Lloyd Finnestad, Norman Finnestad, Amer Cody, Lula Knutson, George Jentz, E. K. Johnson, E. J. Frank, W. V. Yager, Roy Prietae, Clarence Wegner, Arlo Ranney. Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth had charge of the program. A reading on Rose Mary's life, Mrs. Bob Johannesc:n: two vocal solos, Carmen Miller; reading, Doris Bollinger; skit, Mickie" and Minnie, Brcnda Finnestad. La Von Cody, Judy Eigler, assisted by a group of six girls singing in a chorus. Shower For Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berkland were honored at a miscellaneous shower in St. John's Lutheran church parlors last Friday evening. The program for the evening was as follows: vocal duet by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pringle; talk, Rev. Gilbertson: vocal duet, Mrs. Harry Barkue and Mrs. Eldon Rhodes; vocal solo in Norwegian by Rigmor Thorson; reading, Ar- clith Randa: movies were shown by B. G. Berkland. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Osvig, Mr. and Mrs. John Finnestad, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Randa, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cody, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland. Honored At Reunion A family reunion was held Sunday in honor of Mrs. Alfred Chapman of Lake Arthur, La., Mrs. Tom Matson and son George of Brownwood, Texas, who have been visiting with relatives at Fenton. They, left for their respective homes Monday morning. Others enjoying the family gathering picnic dinner held in the Fenton park included Mrs. Dora Bruer of Minneapolis, Mr, and Mrs. Howard Geesmah, Mickie and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. William Boettcher and son William of Burt; Marty Dittmer, Colesburg; Mrs. Charles Schemmel of Swea City; Albert Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch and sons Joe Jr. and Pat of Lone Rock; Mrs. Emma Reimers, Mr. and Mrs. John .Munch and Jackie, Mr, and Mrs. Arlo Ranney ana Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Fellowship Meeting The Fellowship Circle of St. John's Lutheran church at Depew met in the home of Mrs. Andrew Berkland on Wednesday, July 14. Rev. Gilbertson led in devotions and Miss Anna Marie Mitchell gave a reading. Guests were Mesdames V. G. Gilbertson, Ole Peterson. Anna Osborn, Oscar Sorenson, William Mueller, Pete Randa. John Jacobson, Harry Barkue, Peter Jensen, William Fisher, Dan Hantelmah. Rex Wolfe, Art Cody and Cora Ann and Eleanor, Clarence Berkland, Bennie Berkland and children, Anna Marie Mitchell and Edna Hantelman. The hostess served a delicious lunch at the close of the afternoon. A Family Reunion The following enjoyed a family reunion and picnic dinner in the Fenton park last Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles and Ronald. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Schroeder, Edith and Art, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ulster and family, Louis Wiener, Worthington, Minn.; Mrs. Michael Carroll and sons Richard and Elmer, Spring Valley, 111.; Mrs, Harry Sohmeling'and children, Whittemore; Mrs. G.lenn. Mino and children, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wciner, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder andvsons, Lone Rock; Shirley and Doris Wiener, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wiener and family of Algona. Mrs. Reimers Hostess "Mrs. H. E. Reimers entertained last Friday, Mrs. Tom Madsen and George of Brownwood, Tex., Mrs, Alfred Chapman of Lake Arthur, La., Mrs. R. N. Bruer pf Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. John Munch and Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Jack Gerhart. Mrs. Bill Boettcher of Burt; and Mrs. Charles Schemmel of Swea City. New Granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Leland Anderson of Estherville are the parents of a 7 Ib. 4 oz. daughter Judith Kay, bofn f uhday. tfuly* 8 at the Moiy Family hospital ift EstHerville. Mrs. Anderson is the fowtver Ev-< elyn Ruecker. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuecker are the maternal grandparents. *> Mrs. F. E. Ranney of fiuron, S. D., is spending the week in the O. J. Ranney home. Sunday guests in the Ranney home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson 'and daughters of Marshall, Minn., and Mrs. F. E. Ranney of Huron, S. D, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Racobs' spent Thursday in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Newel and son 'Douglas of. Humboldt spent the weekend in the parental George Newel home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cornelius and family of Sioux City and Harold Smith of Chicago have been recent visitors in the Roy Chrischilles home.. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hanseii are the parents of a 7 Ib. 9 oz. daughter born Friday,' July 9 in the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. She has been named Randa Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. George* Newel are the proud grandpa- reifts. Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks, Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hicks, Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. William Brown and son Wilfred of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and Roger accompanied Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Potter on a sight-seeing trip in northeastern Iowa, Wednesday. The Potters were en- route to their home at Rockford, 111., after visiting with relatives here. The Browns and Osborns returned home Wednesday eveji- ing while the Potters returned to Rockford Thursday evening. Mrs. R. N. Bruer of Minneapolis has been a visitor in the E. C. Weisbrod and Emma Reimers homes. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoebcr and children were Sunday after- non and evening visitors'of Mrs. Hanna Anderson at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and daughter visited Tuesday evening in the Arlon Kohlvves home. The Kohlwes baby who had recently undergone an operation at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge was brought home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Amer Cody and family, Mrs. Blanche Sjostrum artd daughter Grace Carol of Minneapolis, Mrs. Lula Knudson and Lars Finnestad enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday in the park at Fenton. ^ Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and family, Mrs. Fred Mortenson and family, Mrs. Reynolds Laabs visited last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Virgil Wolfe at Bancroft. The occasion was Mrs. Wolfe's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks of Micks 6f Los Angeles visitM ing the past week at Fent6n. Mrs, Ffan'HlfcKtf'ls A sister of Mrs. Rettd Newtoh Hicks is h6r Mr. and 'Mrs. j3eorg6 Muffshy, Mr. and Mrs. P«Ul>Eigler and girls, Mrs. Virginia Elgler^Rl sdn John, Mrs. Retta jBijUer, .Mr 1 ., and Mrs. Frank Hicks, OmahS, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hicks, LtJgiAn- :eles, enjoyed a picnic diMerin iylvania park at Fairmont* r " Sunday evenihj£«4kfa69tSlft the Roy Chrischilles home Were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ulster and family,Louis Wiener. Worthihgto'n, Minn.; Mrs. Michael Cart«oll and sons Richard and Ehner, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Wiener, Hurt; Mr, and Mrs. Henry Schroeder and sons, Lone Rock; Shirley and Doris Wiener, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. William Wiener and family and Mr, and Mrs. Orville Wiener and ^daughter. ' ' ' Mrs. Michael Carroll and sons Richard' and Elmer of Spring Valley, 111/, have spent the past two weeks visiting in the Roy Chrischilles home. 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UNIVERSAL, UECT1UC APPUAMCiS "Service Behind Ivery Sale" Stung When a yellow jacket Which popped through his windshield stung him on' the chest recently, Roy Krick of Schaller learned he has an allergy that might easily prove fatal. A short while .after the stinging Roy nearly passed out and big lump rose on his chest. A physician pulled him through, gave him some medicine to carry with him in case Of future bee slings as he is allergic to them.' fliid visited, m* "•" . ;s at Blue EarlHy MiflM, 16 RftAii lUfftW Hit if|* kle one day last Week, fracturing a bone.-She IS able to get Mound the house & little after the foot was bound. ~ , * Mr. artd ,M«. Wayne Riddle and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cham' bers ietufned last Week ffoltt Chicafflfc 111,-,wnere they attend* ed a Tucker ear meeting. They were accompanied home by Mrs. H, O, Bartefs ahd Naney fiaftels, daughter ot, Mr, -and Mrs, H. L, Bartels, who are visiting Mr, and Mrs. Sid Speaf. Mr. Battels join« ed his wife here Saturday and will remain for three weeks. Mr. and Mt». EdWfttd Respite had-fts Weekend guests' Mf, and Mrs. John Steil of Faribault, Minn. Mts. E. R. Rising and Marian visited Mrs. Roy Adams Saturday at her rural home near Whittemore. Mts. Thos. O'Halte of £>«s Moines has been visiting her sister, Mrs., Alice O'Rourke, the past several days. •Sunday, she accompanied John Ferguson to Des Moines, where he had gone to bring home his Wife and little daughter, who had been Visiting there the -past fortnight. Mr. and Mts. B. H. Pottet returned Friday from a vacation of a week at Minneapolis, Minn. Mt. and Mrs. G. R Cook returned to their cottage at Park Rapids, Friday, having spent FUNERAL HOME "^TIERE REVERENCE A^D DIGNltt ENSHRINE A SACRED MEMORY*' Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 11 Algoni, Iowa IT'S THE BIRDMAN TALKING AGAIN— > tnd MM. ¥et,utniub-t!«ilf hone, tl ma, fro* fdliawing &• visit ttoto Wesks.'MtK'f ftied*. rtfe* «Ves|erg. <M>s.,Kahn is tfie for* fhttf-ftttb? frjgyer* »• .".M* aftd M*i, ftobiff Pmridft Ml last week Moftdsy to visit , Mr, dWd^Mfs, jww M#. &M MrsrH, j. August is , . at atttirtfwa'find Pells' re- They plan to -KV-V-. T i lle > ?-'i D 't having earii clUded M visit Vth. Mrs. Hilda Qronwall and Mr; and Mrs. Keith Rowley, ' MV, and Mts. W, j, Pay«« have had As guests the past fortnight their daughters and husbands den City, Calif., Mr. and Mfs. Lei llnr Seeberger of Fort Dodge, Mr. and-Mrs. Clyde Ridenour of Rioenester, Minn., and Berna- »^u • Ba . fbai<a s o| Ann Arbor,- Mlch., whom, also visited Mr. and Mrs. John Bieser. the> also visited Mr. and Mrs. Jess Reynolds, ah other daughtei* artd son-in-law of ( the Payne's;,MisS Barbara* was taken to Mason CHy Thursday to board a pirne for Ann Arbor, Where she is bookkeeper at St< Sh« , Friday, to sissM a with her parents;. Mr. Ed J?etg"snde. Mf. PfetlN .yfe. there each evening |l|sisted in'.som^ field work ;Mr Pergande ilhbt as slur* .' W.He 'should •be/.haviftg suf- a a^hfeat strbke'soffle time agb. Alffed OpheiA. Weht , Minn.. Friday to sister, J Mrs.,'Llovd StfeVffl-and to see Lofen-Lee, the sfflfll Sbn who had a recent ato* f>etfdectomy at a Mankato hos'-' pital. , , "aftd Mts, Curtit Muih.and ,..:»fld Mrs. Victor FreiderS left , tu}d6y for Lak^ Brant, S. D., ind-'wlh also spend some time at feuXxFalls with Mr. and Mrs. E. Ik Kfepford and at Brandon they wlUvlsit Mr. and Mrs ..Orlan JergeHsoh. 34«f«i-L. J. Misbaeh and Mrs, W. A,- Hall spent Tuesday and Wdd-' 1 nesday at the Okobojis with Mrs. H tl !tf. Cbwan. ' . , , H pkDohria McDaniel who > is ehi- |loye"d at the academy at' Nevada,' spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mc- HiotJ IfntV March a^ he. does ftot -Make mUiGh &f OB fir. RiChdfd el, Mot 10ft Whs peeft boated ',at ,the Little lock f Afk., is staff'at the veterans' Moine's. Mr* and Mrs. L r W, _... have as* guests Mi«. and Mi-S. _ Hftrtmah and Cick. of Gfete, Who tame 1 ' last Week,Tuesday Will rerfialn' another wateR, L. ^isitlhg 'other relatives irt the 1 1 , 'V mium " and Mrs, Carl M<jrck and.Mt\ arid;.] Mrs. Fred Timm returned "" day 'from RapidaH, ^Minn,, th^y had spent a week at, MorQk cottage. - , a Don Lewis Moro, who llves t a farm north of hero, spent .1 week with his'•grandpar.ents and Mrs. LeW Robinson, '; Callers at ihe A, L. LorigsV: Thursday, 'were Mrs. Olaf son and, Ida JacOt, of Hampton. W, A. rosier and Wesley Da lett returned Thursday from Chi-, fcago, 111.,,where they had gone- on a bUyfng trip for the FosterJ Furniture Co. ,, , ' f . By DICK POST ALGONA'S BIRD MAN i \. . i Well, now lhai most of us local writers seem to bs getting back to town from vacations, fishing trips, and what not, I'm going to slart the ball rolling again for you folks with some more of my bird lalk. J i • • '' Mu, I didn't have a vapation. Not what you cpuld call a vacation. I have been taking my shirt off these hot days, and as a result I've got a bcttcr.tan than moifet of the local boys I see returning from vacations. • H We have quite a few first-rale''birds now Hat ihe Post aviary. It's outdoors, you know, during this summer weather, and there's really some singing and chirping going on around our house. We hpve been teaching a lot of young .birds to eat. < Funny thing, these canaries and parrakeets have to be taught how Jo eat when they're old enough to get out of their nests. While they're in the nests the clu folks feed them—that is mama and papa canary or parrakeet. But now that this new crop of birds is getting into the -'wean- inf, stage', I've had my hands full with this eating problem. I've been slipping them cod liver oil, milk, bread and some ground-up feed. They are thriving on it, and now we are soon going to have another batch of high-grade birds for sale, Some are already sold. If you want a good canary or parrakeet drop out to the Post aviary and look them over. It's fun just to look, for free. Which brings me down io why I really do this writing. That's to promote ihe moving, crating and storage business..We have been humping right along during June and July—doing an awful lot of moving. Hugh has also bean busy with ihe crating de.parirneni. We even had a call from some local wag last week, during that 9!i degree weather, asking how much we'd charge to move him up to the North Pole. Matter of fact, we have done a lot of long-dis* tance moving, and have connections to move household goods anywhere in the world. Remember our phone number when you move, We aye on ihe job io give you an expert job, Everything insured while we have il-and ws get you there in appl* pie order. Tor birds and moving ine name is • ; When You Plan to Phone ^^^w ^^^^ ^Hlff POST Tranfffr & Storage MEW MERCHANDISE : :• • • .i*>,.'> THE SPECIAL VALUES HERE WERE PURCHASED^ Oti A RECENT TRIP TO MARKET — ALL BRAND ./ ;.'... ' ' NEW GOODS . - • l BATH TOWELS 20-in.x40-in. Cannon Quality Reg, 69c Wa»h Cloths, lOc MEN'S OVERpS ' 1259 S-oz. Denim Sanforized Short Lengths of Reg. 69c >: Quality Another Special Value WHITE OUTIN(r 27-in. Wide Heavy Weight Reg. 39c '*flW**'A Real Value T !« 1 « 1 <\ • J4 BLEACHED MUSLIN 36-in. Width Reg. 49c 395 DRESS CHANBRAY Reg. 89c Value Not Too Much \on Hand at . This Price 80 SQUARE PRINTS AN EXCEPTIONAL VALUE. SLIGHT IMPERFECTS OF OUR REGULAR 59c PRINT-, A L L BRAND NEW PIECES. 36-INCH-. ESWIDE., GUARANTEED TO WASH^ l^p BUY NOW FOR SCHOOL SEWING, DISH CLOTHS ,Good Quality 81x99 Sheets Pacific Mills Nylon Ho ™ t- VB^.J 45 Gauge New Colors TUNE IN THE "ALGONA HOUR 1 ' EACH wx-m-* KSMN^IOIQ GfN Y © U R t I 7 •, \ V, 10;OS TO lljQQ A Hm mt .,^& '< j

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