The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1945 · Page 3
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' 'v . V" , ,\M n,n" , *-i'\.' $V- rf'? The Central Lutheran church in Oakland, Calif., will be the setting for the seven o'clock candlelight wedding of Storekeeper 3-c Maxine Elain Brundage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage of Algona and Storekeeper Z^c J. W. Biggers of the Coast Guard, son of Mrs. T. C. Biggers 'of Tuckerman, Arkansas, on Jan. 19. Rev. Ansle Severston of Oakland will perform the single ring ceremony. The bride will be in uniform ahd wear a corsage o£ white orchids and lilies of the valley. Her attendant, Mrs. R. D. Solomon, a WAVE, of Ogden, Utah, will be ih uniform and will wear a corsage of pink and white bouvardia. The two girls have been together since they first went into the '.WAVES last January. Best man -ivill be Storekeeper 2-c George CJaekle of Des Moines. Miss Constance Anderson will play Lohengrin's wedding march, "O Promise tMe", and "Liebestraum." The bride is a 1941 graduate of fthe Algona high school. She at- iffended Iowa State college at Ames i'Jihd was affiliated with the Y. A., Home Economics clUb, and also contributed to the college newspaper. The groom is a 1939 graduate of the Tuckerman high school of Tuckerman, Arkansas, and also attended business college prior to joining the navy. Out of town guests at the Wedding will be the bride's mother, Mrs. G. D. Brundage of Algona, and Mary Mesing Ellis of Long Beach, Calif. Many friends in the service will also attend. The bride's mother will wear an orchid corsage. After a week-end trip to Sacramento, Calif., they will be at home at 1454 36th avenue, Apartment 10, Oakland, Calif. Storekeeper 2-c Biggers is stationed at Alameda, Calif., and Maxine is stationed at the Navy Supply Depot at Oakland, Calif. Aurellla Alig Becomes Bride of George P. Besch— At St. Michael's church, Whittemore, Jan. 15, at 9:30 in the morning a beautiful ceremony took place when Aurellia Alig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Alig, became the bride of George P. We'Shopped The Market We have just returned from the Chicago Market where we purchased the following items and many others which are very scarce. We invite you to come in and inspect the new merchandise on display—whether you need any of these or not. Weather Houses 1 and 2 Burner Oil Stove Ovens Galv. Round Pig Pans Hair Clippers Galv. Flock Chicken Feeders Rubber Tire Wheelbarrows Electric and Oil Burning Brooder Stoves Spilies Hardware North Side of State Street THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JAN. 18-19-20 KORVINf RAINES J. CARROL NAISH GALE SONDERGAARD GE01GE OOttKZ MUSS , Fun for the Family Saturday SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JAN. 21-23 ...and with Technicolor beauty and Ouccdneersi &6HOPE PRINCESS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23-24 Daily Matinee 2 F. M. (SAY SOUTH Coming Soon "SINCE YOU WENT AWAY" fiesfch, soft of Mf. and Mr8, t>68 ». Besch o* West fiend. Hev. William Veit rJerfoMne the nuptial mass. Letand Alii brother of the bride, and Dea Oswald, cousin of the bride, serV ed as alcoligtes. Sister M. Leo at the organ play ed the wedding march and accom panied Donna Jean Alig, sister . the bride, and Mary Jane Uhlen hake, who sang "Oh, Lord, I Am Not Worthy", "Ave Maria", an "On This Oay, Oh Beautiful Moth er." The bride, given in marriage b. her father, was attractive in he gown of white twill crepe wit' train. Her veil was of fingertip length. Around her neck she wor a single strand of pearls wffl matching earrings, gifts of th groom. She carried white roses Ensign Genevieve AHg, sister o the bride, was her only attendanl She wore a shell pink gown witl the skirt having net over taffeta She carried pink and white carnations and wore sweet peas in he hair. Paul Besch, brother of the groom, served as best man. A dinner was served at -the home of the bride's parents to the Immediate families and Intimate friends. The couple left for a short honeymoon. They will live near Rake Iowa. Mrs. Besch is a graduate oi Presentation academy, attendee one year at Brier Cliff college Sioux City, and has been employed at the Geelan store in Whittemore for the past several years. Her husband attended the Wesl Bend schools and has been gaged in farming. Plum Creek Elite 4-H Meets— The Plum Creek Elite 4-H club met at the home of the leader, Mrs. Mary Long, on Saturday, Jan. 6. The meeting was called to order by the vice-president, Jane Keith. Seven members answered roll call on "A New Courtesy I Have Adopted." The minutes of'the previous meeting were read and approved. . The secretary took a vote on pictures for picture study. Money was then collected for the pictures. Names were drawn for the "Secret Sisters club." Marilyn Weber and Harriet Grubb were nominated to attend training school. Mrs. Mary Long gave a talk on "Architectural Features in My Room" after which each member gave some way she would like to change her room. A talk, "Ways to Add Interest to Plain Fabrics" was given by Virginia Zeigler. Picture study was Joan McWhorter's discussion and Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler conducted a quiz on health. After the meeting was adjourned Mrs. Long took the group to her room and explained the improvements that she would like to make. sJoan Bliech joined the club at this meeting. Games were played and lunch was served by thtj hostess. Norms Ann Ketelson Weds— Norma Ann Ketelson, dauglite of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ketelson became the bride of William R Faetz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Car Paetz Wednesday afternoon a two o'clock at the Trinity Lutheran church with Rev. Luther H. Loesch performing the double ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a white satin and marquisette gown and a finger-tip veil' with rhinestones. Attending her was the groom's sister, Helen Paetz who wore a blue marquisette gown with a shoulder veil. Robert Loesch, son of Rev. Loesch, was best man. After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents for thirty guests. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. • Baas and daughter Elda, grandparents of the bride, and her aunt and uncle, Harry and Edna Ketqlson, all of West Bend. The bride is a 19^9 graduate of the Algona high school. After a two weeks honeymoon in Chicago they will be at the home of the groom's parents northeast of town. Capt. Stanley Moore Weds— The Haggards, Falkenhainers, Gene Murtaghs, and others in Algona have received invitations to the marriage of Capt. Stanley L. Moore, which takes place January 20, in St. Matthew's Cathedral, Dallas, Texas. The bride is Miss Madge Ragan Leon, of Dallas. Stanley, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore, former well known Algona folks, who for many years have made their home in San Antonio, Texas, is a flying instructor at Perrin Field, Sherman, Texas. For many years he spent his summers in Algona at the home of his uncle, J. W. Haggard, and is acquainted with most of the Algona younger set. The newly-weds have rented a cottage at Perrin Field, Sherman, Texas, where they will be "at home" at least for the present. Capt. Moore has been in the flying service for three yearo. getting his training at Sheppard Field, Randolph Field and other Texas fields. Soroptimists Hold New Member Ceremony— The Soroptimist Club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Nita M. Isaacson for its first ceremony of taking new members into the club. New members are Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter, public school nurse, and Mrs. L. F. Rice of the Algona Baking Co. Mrs. Frances Grantham, an associate member has been one of the club for the past few weeks. The candle lighting ceremony was given by Rose Scanlan, Mrs. Veretta Hoenk, Mrs. Alice Wilkins, Mrs. Jean UJrich and Mrs. Clara Craft. A social evening and lunch followed. Mrs. Mabel Sorensen and Edith Welter were Social Chairman Jean Ulrich's committee. Ruth Mamies Weds— The marriage of Ruth Mannes, daughter- of Mr. and Mrs. John Mannes to Staff Sgt. James Fosnaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Fosnaugh was solemnized Monday evening at eight o'clock at the Nazarene parsonage •with Rev. Leo Best performing the single ring ceremony. The bride wore a street length dress of gold crepe and a corsage of yellow and white roses. The gt, itfugh >Ct JJCOHr^ f V-.li itt&ti ,OT ffir T UallaUglly UVme ,UII „.. afte* eomfjtetlht 98 slons over Oermafty,' /Mil ..,„ to Santa Ana, Calif., late* in tft month for reassignment, Mfs Fosnaugh will continue hef wofl for the present as waitress at ih Orotte cafe. Shower For Norma Forty relatives and close friend attended a miscellaneous showe in honor of Miss Norma Ketelse* at the C. C. Baas home at Wes Bend on Sunday af terndOfi, • Jail 14. 600 was played at seven tables. Miss Emma Roeber wbn high prize, Mrs. William Roebet low, Miss Elaine Ketelsen Woi travel prize and Miss Bonnie Kefc elsen won the door prize. The bride-to-be received mahy btiau tlftil and useful gifts. AvtteUdlou two course lunch Was Served a the close of tfie afternoon. T$i hostesses were Mfs, Harold Baas Mrs. Lester Baas, Miss Elda Baa! and Mrs. C. C. Baas. Miss Ketelsen became the bride of William Paetz of Algona on Jan. ITvJ'a the Trinity Lutheran church Vifl Algona; ' •, t i ~ ( y BJrtHday Party Uold— ^.^ Sandra McCorkle, daughtet'jfti Dr. and -Mrs. Harry entertained ten girls McCorMje frpm ftur o'clock- until six Tuesday after* noon in honor of her tenth birth- Jay. Those attending were Nahfiy Jorton, Mary Lou Clawson, Judy Vest Murtagh, ^larcla Stillman, SHlr- en- ey Kuchendeuther, Carmen Wel- endorf, Judy Nasby, Jeannette Sorensen and Alice Kresensky. United Service Women to Meet— The United Service Women ill meet in the high school building Monday evening, Jan. 2, at 8 o'clock. There will be^'a irogram. Any woman whose husband, on, brother, father, sister or aughter is in the service is wel- ome to attend the meetings and iecome a member. ost-Nuptial S'hower— A miscellaneous shower was eld Wednesday evening at Cook's rivate dining room, honoring /Trs. Walter Boeckholt, the former Mildred Elmore. Hostesses 'ere Dorothy Vigdal, Helen 'ooper and Frances Willey. 'hirteen guests attended and Mrs/ oeckholt was presented with an ccasiqnal chair. {ridge Party Held— Mrs. L. J. Reed gave a bridge arty Tuesday afternoon honoring er sister, Mrs. R. W. Stoeber of enton, who is visiting here. Mrs. lei Thompson was high and Mrs. Tville Wicks was second high, /ith Mrs. Clayton Percival wining consolation prize and Mrs. oren Thompson winning trave rize, - ' - ' Party for Miss Coate— The Misses Bertha Godfrey (Hattie Wilson,.Esther Quinby anc Helen Comfort entertained a group of ten friends at Miss Godfrey's Friday evening at a dinner party in honor of Miss M. J. Coate's birthday which was the following Monday. Miss Coate was presented with a corsage. s Surprise Party Held— ; A ^surprise birthday party wa"s held'in the..Presbyterian manse following choir practice Thursday evening honoring Rev. C. C. Richardson, whose birthday was Wednesday, Jan. 10. Lunch was served and the group presented Rev. Richardson with a gift. Post Nuptial Shower— Maxine Shipler and Shirley Weber entertained thirty guests at a post nuptial shower Saturday afternoon honoring Mrs. Charles Mittag, the former Velma Jean Shipler. The courtesy was given at the Shipler home and the bride received many lovely gifts. Naomi Circle to Meet— The Naomi Circle will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. S. Montgomery. Mrs. Rosa Jones and Mrs. Meda Redfield will be assisting hostesses. Mrs. Roy Hutzell Entertains— Mrs. Roy Hutzell entertained m. :tti».,. Charles fy, Elsie and Bridta Clttb Mr, and Mfs. L, J, Heed* „..„..- talnfed their bridge club Saturday evening. ftnfttiif* Club Met— • file Knitting club met .. day afternoon • with Mrs. Nylfe Latch. Sewlnjf Club Met*-> iirs. Pearl .tJbben entertained her sewing club Tuesday evening. i48 *. - »,» tfSf wotshifS, ' the' future"! , . church ffloft, , p. >«!., Junior High IVfetfcttdist Youth fellowship} \7iSO, Youth ttttf fiinHftttA# CHURCH aenebl and ' at 9:46| divine settee. Monday, The V. P. S. met Friday evening at the Lutheran school, .Mrs. H. F. Mittag entertained at a quilting. party Wednesday afternoon and evening..;* i 1 'Mr, .and Mrs. Richard P.otratz and«Mrs. Albert Potratz ;of Whittemore were Friday dinner 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'Wilmer Wichteri- Sgt. Paul Fuerstenau has been spending a 30 day furlough at the iqme of his mother, Mrs. H. F. Ci Mueller. Paul has been overseas and made 60 missions ori the famous Nevada fortress 8f which he was. radio man. LtfttEftAW CHURCH E. K. Nelson, Pastor Sunday school and Bible class at, 10:00. Divine worship, 11:00. Theme "Christ, the Author of Faith." Memorial service for Fraftk Moore will be held on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 28, FIRST PRESBYTERfANiCHTJRbl C. C. Richardson, Pastor 10:00 a, m., church school; 11:60 a. m., morning Worship. Ifliis will be communion Sunday with bap- ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Malllnger, Pastor Mass: 7:00, 8:30 and 10:00 a. ro. In Fenton Area Buy Your GOLD MEDAL "KITCHEN *ESTED» ENRICHED FLOUR At E. W. Kraus Mkt. F. Bailey Estate Ray Priebc Clip Coupon on Page Z Keep in Step with Wartime Demands EAT A HEARTY BREAKFAST! SUnnyfleld Prepared PANCAKE FLOUR 8 ib. ba* 26c Sunnyncld Quick or Regular ROLLED OATS! CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Leo I.. Best, Pastor Sunday school at 10:00; morn- DANCES BANCROFT Friday, Jan. 19 Lynn Kerns Tuesday, Jan. 23 Eddie Wilfahrt Insulate Now! For A Johns Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative 44tf RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. HOFFMAN of Minneapolis, Minnesota will demonstrate, without charge, his "Rupture Shields" in ALGONA, IOWA AT HOTE& ALGONA, ON FRIDAY, JAN, 26TH from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Please come early. Bverijngs by appointment. [ have specialized in the field of Rupture Shield service since 1928. have fitted thousands of cases in the United States. during this time. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in your community, CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large rup- ;ures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection ;reatments, are especially iqvited. 'If you want it done right, don't experiment. See Hoffman." If unable to see him at this time address: HOFFMAN'S SURGICAL APFMANCE CO. 315 Masonic Temple Minneapolis, Friday, Jan. 26 Lee Barren (Canada's Toast from Coast to Coast) WANTED We are looking for townspeople and farmers who need $50, $100, $150, $200 or More. You can borrow thru us to pay bills, taxes—buy fuel, clothes ahd winter necessities. Car repairs, ' home improvements—or any emergency. Repay monthly or on a farmer payment plan. FARMERS! We have a special LOAN PLAN to help you buy stock, farm machinery, or for amy farm use. Individual payment plan allows you to repay when you sell your products. SEE US TODAY L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 ? , Algona, Iowa .-., Nabisco Famous Shredded ;m WHEAT 11 A [^ 12 oz. ukir , I I B 12 oz. Pcnlck's Crystal White SYRUP 62 02. J Fresh from Nearby Farms IOWA EGOS «A A Dozen carton ww» We Pay Highest Prices for Eggs! Texas Marsh Seedless Size 96 GRAPEFRUIT ,|Q for 39c Florida Size 176 Juice VALENCIA ORANGES doz. 4g e Washington Combination Fancy Delicious or WINESAP APPLES 2 H>s. 24c Louisiana Porto Rican FANCY^YAMS 2 H*. I9c We Invite Quality Comparison—There Is a Difference! $1,98 Sunnyfleld Enriched Depend* able FLOUR ....50 ib. bag Paramount Salted • Soda CRACKERS .-. :..2 Ib. box Boston Style (Not rationed) |f|_ ANN PAGE BEANS ....18 oz. jar IUC White House Vitamin "D" (V/ 2 pts. ea.) EVAPORATED MILK 4 tall cans Jane Parker Sugared 100% DONUTS Dated for Freshness Dozen- Carton 17c Blue Plate , , l ib. 13 oz. can Sweets: Potatoes, ih Syrup ................ 20c Reber With, Molasses and 'Bacon 1 Ib. 4 oz. can Butter Beans ,|3c Scott Co. . 1 Ib. Jar Mixed Vegetables (4c Home Style . 1 Ib. Jar Pickled Beet* ...................;.. Vigorous and Winey COFFEE 2 ibs. Sic 5c Cleanser SUNBRITE .-,v.....l4 or. can l" i T >. Buffalo Strike Anywhere " *%Mm. MATCHES 6 boxesftIC Cleanser BRITE-IZE ....'. .'...14 oz. cani 8c The soap that agrees with your skin SWEETHEART ...... ..... 3 reg. cakes 20c Bath Size Cake ............lie Bring in your waste; fats for explosives,!. Protect Your Car : . * • ' ' Against Winter Wear USE THIS NEW AVIATION OIL Your war weary car needs the best of care to see it through this winter with the., least amount of engine wear. So you better rely on Champlin HI-V-I, the new fighting aviation oil with its TWIN-ACTION lubrication. Dewaxed by art amazing new sol- yeflf.jN-Hexane, Charaplin HI-V-I flows freely at zero or below , . . f gives swift, positive lubrication'at the Sdt turn of a zero cold motor. ' Refined by a special new dual solvent process from 100% Paraffin Base Mid-Continent crude pi!, it has a remarkably high viscosity index, and the stamina to stand up and lubricate when motors get hot , . , even boiling or above. So this winter give your car the TWIN-ACTION lubrication essential in the sky. Drive in to your friendly Champlin station today. CHAMPLIN REFINING CO. i,. Refiners. , ol Petroleum Product^ Since Enid, Our ft* Blatk Mflrk.r^ENPORSE TOUR RATION CPUPON5" HI-V-I an THE GROUND OR IN THE SKY Recommended and Sold By C, & M, SUPiB SERVICE Phono 798 State and Harlau It's Easy To Do This Essential Work Help Wanted ' " \ - • If You Are Looking for an Essential Job WE HAVE THE JOB FOR YOU . . . Good Pay . . . Inside Worft . . . Low-Cost Meals in Modern Cafeteria . . . Adequate Rooming Facilities MR. FARMER! You can help speed meat to our fighting men and help create a steady flow of livestock to market by spending the winter working at Rath's. WE NEED YOUR HELP Here's all you have to do ,,, ,, , 1, See your County Agent for a Farm Release,' ; ' 2, if 18 to 45 get a Selective Service Release, '"-< ' s 3,. Get « Referral Card from your local United States Employment Office, * • .<•„... gee Qw Representative January 2Q, at V. a E. S, Office in AJgona Without FaU! , - ,. - , The Rath Packing Co, . • - • * . ' •-• *;', » • /'. rl" . . <•- \

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