The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 25, 1945
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LuVeffie Ba«keteers III Renwick Tourney • v, LuVerne: The boys' baskctbal , ' Heftm took part in the Little Nine ' tournament at Remvick Thursdny, jfrflday and Saturdny nights, * Thursday evening LuVorne defeated the Goldfleld team 37 to $2. Henderson wn|s high point .srrtatt with 1(1. Friday evening "West Bend defeated the LuVevne inoys by one point, Hie score be-' ing 35 to 30. Snturdny evening the boys defeated Corwith 35 lo 20. Llvermoi'c won the tournament by defeating West Bend. The boys on the team are Dale Brayton, Dnrroll Moeding, Maynard Henderson, Clarence Cast>y and Wayne Sorensen. Pvt. Orvin Ristau, LuVerne Soldier, Missing In Action Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Ristau, farmers near LuVerne, received word recently from the war department that their son, Pvt. Or- Viu Ristau, has been missing in •action in Belgium since Dec. 23, .1944, which is the same date that • '.he entered the service of his country two years ago. Since the no- tlco they received another letter -from the government saying that when the boys are missing in action in the European theatre of lETY Ardccn Olson and Tom Snmpson Wed-— Ardeen M. Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin M. Olson, and Thomas W. Sampson, son of Mr. and Mrs, Clinton Sampson, were united in marriage Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1945, in the First Methodist church with the Rev. Nelson Price officiating. The double ring ceremony was performed by candlelight at 4:00 o'clock in the afternoon. The bride, given in marriage by war where he was, they are usually a prisoner of war, but as yet the official communication has not come through. Pvt. RisUui was with the field artillery. He went overseas to England in November, 1944, and thence to France and Belgium. The Rislaus also have another son in service, Cpl. Harold Ristau, who is somewhere in the Pacific thea- Ire of war. Harold is with the signal corps aviation and has been- in the service three years and has lever had a furlough. Except for being in the Gilbert Island 7 nonths. he has been stationed in Hawaii the rest of the time. her father, was attired in a gold gabardine two-piece dress With brown accessories and wore a corsage of yellow jonquils and talisman roses. She was attended by Mrs. Jean (Young) Godden, who wore a brown two-piece crepe dress with gold accessories and n corsage of yellow roses. The best man was Richard L. Sampson, brother of the groom. The mothers wore dark dresses with rdH roses. The grandmothers. Mrs. Laura McEnroe and Mrs. Helgcns, wore pink carnations. The bridal chorus from Lohengrin's Wedding March and the recessional "Chancel Radiance" by Kern were played by Mrs. Gene Hertz. "I Love You Truly" and "Sunshine of Your Smile" were sung by Mrs. V. K. Rising. A wedding dinner was given at the Olson home at 6:00 o'clock in the evening for eleven members of the immediate families. A three-tier cake adorned the center and' a gold and white color scheme «was used. The bride and groom are 1939 and 1936 graduates of the Algona high school. Ardeen is a member of the local Alpha Psl Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi and the Wa-Tan- wrar at i Jesse 4 .Sachet sfl ' ' ' Tucsday, Wednesday and Thursday, January 30-31, Feb. 1 Maintain an Even, Fuel Saving Temperature With proper insulation your home can always be comfortable, without extravagant use of fuel and with minimum "regulating." This is the time of year to have essential repairs done- f or your own well being and economy — as well as to assure vital fuel conservation in line with the war effort. Cowan Building Supply Co* a - * Phone 271 ¥6 Clotj. Shjjtf* b«6H f __„„_ keeper in the 6eeurlty ; Stat$ ffiflfc the past yesr and will, frenitfttte thefe for twe or three months " the training: 6! & new "Tommy" received an honorable" discharge from the army ih 06* tober, 1943f after Serving fttf'wO years. The couple will be at home ori the Sampson farm 10 miles north* east of Algona. Tommy will 6p- erate his father's farm, since his parents left Monday for dall* fornta. Eastern Star' Installation-— installation of officers for the Order of Eastern Star was :held Tuesday evening, January 1 16 at the Masonic Temple. Preceding the installation the flag was-presented by Clinton Lighter, After the pledge of allegiance to the flag a brief history of the Eastern Star was given by M. J, McCall. Then followed a solo, "Open the Gates to the Temple" by Mrs. Robert McCullough, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. C. A. Phillips. Lola SculTham acted as installing officer; Alice Hutchins;-ilni stalling chaplain; Do'rothy parsons, Installing marshal; Millie Klnmp, Installing organist; Max Miller, Guy Stokes, Hugh Raney and Bert Norton as installing escorts. The newly elected matron, Eva Wille, was escorted to the East beneath a bower of roses antt hearts, a gift of the chapter, formed by her officers, while Mrs. Robert McCullough sang "LoVe, Here is my Heart" accompanied by Mrs. C. A. Phillips at the piano.' As the newly elected worthy patron, Clinton Lighter, was escorted to his station, Mrs. Ethel Loss sang "Just for Today." When all were installed, Robert McCullough sang "The Lord's Prayer." The Past Matrons gave a loVuly service as Hazel Lusby presented the retiring matron, Pearl Potter, with a past matron's-pin. Dr. Di A. Martin presented ,the retiring patron, Hugh Raney, with a past patron's pin. At the close of the year the retiring matron, Pearl Potter, was presented with a lovely crystal candelabra, a gift from her officers of 1944. Refreshments were served in the dining room where the tables were beautifully decorated with ships in keeping with the new matron's theme for the year, "Friendship." The list of new officers for the Eastern Star was given a week or two ago in this paper. Lawrence Gisch Has Birthday— A supper was given 'Tuesday evening, Jan. 16, in honor of Lawrence Gisch, Sr., who was sixty years old. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gisch are farmers four miles northwest of Algona. Two sons, Larry and Bernard, were not .present. Larry; has been in service over four years and is now in the Philippines. Bernard has been in servce over a year and is now with Patton's Third Army. A daughter, Mrs. William Specht" of -Algona. w--. not present because of illness in her family. Three daughters at home were Dorothy, Ruth and Rachel. Dorothy is bookkeeper at the. S & L store in Algona. Ruth helps farm and Rachel is still in school. John, the ^destv son "4s married, has two daughters"and" also farms in Union township. Mary, the eldest daughter, now Mrs. Joe Lichter, lives in Algona. Her husband is in the navy and is stationed at Indian Head, Md. Mary and her three sons were present. It will be a happy day if next year all eight children are present. Rita Sperry and Carrol Fraser Wed— Miss Rita Lloydine Sperry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sperry of Algona became the bride of Carrol A. Fraser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fraser of Burt, in a double ring ceremony read at 4:00 p. m., Jan. 19, in the home of Mayor and Mrs. Putnam of Blue Earth, Minn. The Episcopal priest,' Clark' W. Clurwry, officiated. Miss Dorine Fraser, sister of th£ groom, and Harold Fischer, Jr., both of Burt, were attendants. The bride wore a dusty rose suit with brown accessories. Around her neck she wore three strands of pearls, a gift of the groom. Miss Fraser wore a biege suit with brown accessories. The bride was an attendant of the Algona high school and the groom a graduate of the Burt high school. The couple are making their home with the groom's parents on a farm near Burt where he is employed. Young People's Banquet— r The young people of the Presbyterian church held a banquet Tuesday evening, Jan. 23. The theme was "Westminster Fellowship Marching On." Bob Butts acted as toastmaster. Fun singing was led by the Rev. C. C. Richardson. Tommy Barker served as pianist. Movies were shown by Rev. Richardson. Malcolm Lund gave a toast to Westminster with special music by Ellen Roscoe and Claudia Pollard. Toasts to Fellowship and Marching On were given by Dick Barker and Lena Tammen with special music by Billy Guderian. The address was given by the Rev. Paul Figge of Burt on the theme mentioned above. Following the program lunch was served by the ladies' circles. Lotts Creek Lassies Meet— The Lotts Creek Lassies met at the home of Roseanne and Joanne Garman on Jan. 13. A business meeting was held and a study of different pictures was enjoyed by all. Plans were made for each, girl to have an expense book for the year. Rosanne and Joanne gave a talk on "How to Choose Wallpaper - for One's Room." Af«ter the meeting a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses and their mother. N. F. Weber* Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Weber pi Wesley entertained at a card party last Friday evening. Three tables of "500" were in play with Leander Seimers of Britt winning high prize. Others attending were their children, Harold and Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Draeger and Irene and Eugene of Alfiona, Mr. and Mrs. Leander Seimers of Britt, and Mr. and Twelve >ctfut>i«a ef the efijoyed a sleigh fide. it use Don* aid Weave? faffh Mfcftdai eV6* »lft«. After the sleJfft «d» Mf. and Mrs. Nyle Latefr and Mr. and Mrs. Beechcf Lane served oyster Stew, this was one of the leg' Ular meetings whidi iyas to have taken place last week but was postponed because of Christian Education week. Mrs. Laura Wotto Entertains— Mrs. Laura Woito entertained tt. W. Mf. and MM. W, . entertained Mr. and Mrs. Herb MedluBd, Mr. arfd Mrs. Perry Col* Hns, and M& and Mrs. LeVl Pres* tfih Monday evening in hahoif of three birthdays. Those • having birthdays were 'Mrs. Sedlund, Mrs.', Collins aria Mt, Preston. son ana Mrs; PMnk ftaflus, IMefc wis Betted, The^ flgxt 'regular rneeting Will be tfebv 12 With Ida Winkle, to, in Algdna, Mrs. ^oet tterbst and'Mw. Christenseti entertaned several la dies at tea Wednesday afternoen W horiof bf iMftl, Matl Stffelt. Mr. , Mtanr <5tob to Mrs. Clint L, 4 taltt the Melftt SMSMhsi dhA -f rl- day evening. , Knlttirt* clttb1w''M6eW The Knitting eilib wUl iftetsr with Mrs. Paul Llndhaim on PH- day. Breakfast Foods KELLOGGS CORN FLAKES 2 POSTTOASTTES 2>,15c WHEAHES 3 fM 29c RICE KRISPIES. . 10c Hot Cereals COCO WHEAT 1 : ..;;' 19c CREAM OF WHEAT _ 19c GEORGIE PORGIE 19 C MALT 0 MEAL '_ 19 C IN QUALITV MEATS SPARE RIBS NECK BONES BULK SAUSAGE SLICED BACON End Cut PORK CHOPS PORK LIVER LINK SAUSAGE SKINLESS WIENERS BOLOGNA 21c .ib. lb lb ,„ ,,, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ''' Florida Tangerines Large Size 39c Extra Fancy Winesap Apples Per Bushel Per Doz. Head Lettuce 4 Doz. Size Calif. Navel No. 288 Oranges Sunkist, Large Size Doz. 10c i I] Lemons 6 for 29c Arm and Hammer 1 lb. Pkg. 'SOMs^v^gc' 1 Baking Powder ' 1 lb. Can CALUMET Swansdown Cake FLOUR......^ Hershey's' ' •'''"* I. , JA COCOA; ;..;.;„;.. Dromedary Gingerbread MK,,. Pitted DATES New Cabbage Per lb. Extra Fancy 5c i V Apples 4 IBs. 49c Emperor Grapes Per lb. 19c YELLOW Russet Potato's U. S. No. 1 Grade 10 Ibs, 49c &' oz. Bottle , CHILI SAUCE I lb. Can COCOMALT I lb, Cw NEMO OVALHNE Small Size ., ONIONS BAG S 1.89 FLOUR 50 lb. Bag: Gold Medal -$2.29 (Coupons Still Redeemable) Consumers ..... $1,89 Omar Flour 5 lb. Bag 10 lb. Bag 25c 49c Golden CALIFORNIA CARROTS Bunches 15e KARO SYRUP iom Pwl.,... 20c 39c L ^59c ., Jie Del Monte Whole Peeled APRICOTS N *,°*29$ In Heavy Syrup KADOTAFIGS "I™ NQ, ?% QAjh Vm 38C Purple PU1S •'•*& Lor Cabin . |Q M Jw'll SYRUP -^ I Kraft DINNER 3 to 20c , ~ i * Par* ".- •. • " i\ ."' Ifr-Qili jJi^W* APRICOTS BQOSTEH COFFEE -ts.vy; 'i-t'T"' •ifc>.'*.| 3 f *.'-<-. ': ; ttjf^ ' Loaves 2 if C

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