The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1945
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Women's Day For Methodists Sunday Next Sunday has been set apart «s Women's Day in the First Meth- tftdisl church of Algona, with a Special emphasis on men also attending. The chorus choir will be inade up entirely ot men, and a thale quartet will sing. The side sections of the sanctuary will be feserved exclusively for men and toys. Right there is where the Women take over. The worship service will toe conducted entirely by women. Mrs. D. H. Norton, president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service will preside and conduct worship. The scripture lesson will be led by Mr.-;. Paul Bell, Mrs. R. A. Davidson Will offer prayer and Mrs. Gens Hertz will preside at the organ. The address will be delivered by 'Mrs. J. E. Feller of Spirit Lake, past president of the Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service. Her subject will be :"Yester-Morrovv.' The five ladies who will serve as ushers are Mrs 'W. C. Irelan, chairman, Mrs. L. L. Riter, Mrs. M. L. Vander Waal, Emma Jeanne Ringgenberg and 'Mrs. Robert McCullotigh. The •entire center section will be re- .served for women and girls. 'Corp. Richard Halpin Returns to States Calling over the telephone Sun>day morning from Camp Edwards, Mass., Corp. Richard Halpin told •his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Halpin, that he had arrived from the France area and that he was about to fly to Topeka, Kansas, •and from there would be given a furlough to visit his parents and his wife, the former Betty Scan- San. Corp. Halpin was wounded in action during October and he will be hospitalized in the states •for the present. He joined the service in February, 1943, and had been overseas since July of last year. On April 4 of last year he married Betty Scanlan and prior to his overseas assignment she was with him at Trenton, Now Jersey, ( near which city Port T>i\ embarkation point, Is located. The Halpihs have another son Second Lieutenant Thomas Hal pin, who" Is now with Patton' army in France. LuVerne Boy Enlists In Maritime Service Duane L. Richardson, 18, of Lu Verne, joined the U. S. Maritime Service Monday at the regiona enrolling office in Minneapolis He will be assigned to the training station at Sheepshead Bay Brooklyn, N. Y. After completing training he will begin service on ships of the U. S. Merchant Ma rine, 'the largest in the world. Duane is the son of Mr. and Mrs Clif Richardson, of LuVerne. He attended the Maple Grove grade school and was employed on i." farm before enrolling in the ser vice, He has a brother, Corpora Francis, serving with the army somewhere in the Philippines. Raymond W. Bierle, Lone Rock, In Marines Minneapolis, Minn.: Raymond W. Bierle, of Lone Rock", has enlisted in the U. S. Marines following a call to active duty by his draft board. He was enlisted ir the marine corps on January 26tl and has left for the marine corps base at Parris Island, South Ciro- lina, for training. All men inducted into the armed forces have the privilege of applying for duty with the marine corps if they can meet the qualifications. Algona Upper Des Moln«ss f Al|on§ r lowa, P Aft <? A I f? FOR SALE Pvt. Kenneth Minard Given Combat Award European theatre veteran, Pvt Kenneth J. Minard, Algona, was awarded the Combat Infantryman's Badgcyby Col. John P Wheeler, commanding officer o the Army Ground and Service Forces Redistribution Station, Ho Springs, Ai'kansas, in an impressive ceremony Saturday, Feb. 13 THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, FEB. 8-9-10 Daily Matinees A T/utKd0 AFFAIR SUNDAY AND MONDAY, FEB. 11-12 PLEDGE TO BATAAN SKI WHIZ TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13-14—TUESDAY, 11:30 P. M Midnight Sweetheart Show: Price 44c Joan Davis, Leon Errol —in— SHE GETS HER MAN' Plus Special "March of Time" Coming Soon: "Since You Went Away" lETY Clarice Powers Weds— > Clarice Powers, Algona English and Latin teacher, and Ensign Roland O. Hegg were married Tuesday, Jan. 30; «t 7:30 p. m., >at Our Savior's Lutheran church in Portland, Oregon, with the pastor, the Rev. Robert Fenning, officiating. The wedding was a double ceremony with Ensign Wm. Hecht and Veronica Kampschmidt of North Carolina also speaking their nuptial vows before <an altar decorated with palms, chrysanthemums and candelabras. Ensign Malcolm Ellison played Lohengrin's processional and the Mendelssohn recessional wedding march. During the ceremony he played "Because", "O, Perfect Love" and the navy hymn. Ushers were Ensigns Richard B. Stump and John B. Sack. The bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Powers of Corning, wore a white net formal with a fingertip veil held in place with a pearl tiara and carried a bouquet of white gardenias and chrysanthemums. About her neck she wore pearls, a gift of the groom. The double ring ceremony was used. Following the wedding a reception was held in the orchid room of the Heathman hotel. Mrs. Hegg attended Simpson college at Indianola and there became a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Before coming to Algona she taught at Milford, and she has been here the past three of four years, until she resigned recently to be married. Ensign Hegg is a son of Ole Hegg, Fargo, North Dakota. He is a graduate of Luther college and was a band instructor in the schools at Milford before joining the navy. The couple is now at home at Rose Manor, Apt. 7, 4546 S. E. McLaughlin, Portland, Oregon. Roethler-Kramcr Wedding:— A beautiful wedding took place at St. Cecelia's church at Algona at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning when Lucille Roetbler, daughter of Mrs. Veronica Roelhler, became the bride of Irvin Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kramer of Bancroft, with Father Mailinger officiating. The bride wore a gown of white brocaded satin, with a sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice, and long train. Her long veil was of illusion veiling, with an orange alossom crown. She wore a three strand pearl necklace. The bridesmaid, Adeline Faber of West Bend, cousin of the brido, wore a gown of sheer sky blue marquisette, trimmed with silver sequins. Her headdress was matching blue veiling with os- .rich feather -trimming. The groom had as his attendant his friend, Leroy Nauman of Bancroft. Eileen Thul, friend of the bride, sang "On This Day, Oh Beautiful Mother", "Ave Marie 1 ', "Amor Jesu", and a communion hymn, accompanied by Josie McEvoy ai the organ. The reception was at the home }f the bride's mother, with 55 juests attending the three course tinner. A three tier wedding cake The Combat Infantryman's 3adge is presented only to those nfantrymen who have been in actual combat and have performed their duties in battle so well hat they deserve the decoration n recognition of their courage, esourcefulness and ability as fighting foot soldiers. KHDRCHESI BAPTIST CHURCH Robert F. Kittrell, Pastor 10 a. m., Sunday school. 11 a. m., Morning worship. Sermon: "The Great Scout." The Boy Scouts of Algona will be uests with us in the morning vorship service. We welcome riem. Beginning Sunday evening we will participate in the Preaching Mission. The first service will be in the Presbyterian church. The B. Y. P. U. will meet at 7 o'clock there also to participate in the youth services. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Rev. Leo I. Best, Castor Sunday school 10:00. \ Morning worship 11:00. Sermon: "Basic Principles for Successful Soulwinning." N. Y. P. S. This service will be in conection with the union service at the Presbyterian church, Evening service will be in the Presbyterian church. No midweek prayer meeting. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Nelson Allen Price, Minister 9:45 a. m., Church school. 10:45 a. m., Women's Day service, Mrs. D. H. Norton presiding. Mrs. J. E. Feller of Spirit Lake will speak on "Yester-Morrow." Men's choir, women ushers. 5:00 p. m., Junior High Youth Fellowship social hour and potluck supper. 7:00, Union youth meetings. 8:00 p. m., preaching mission in the Presbyterian church. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Clarence C. Richardson, Pastor 10 a. m., Sunday school.- 11 a. m., Morning worship. The pastor will speak on the theme, "Fading Frontiers." 7 p. m., Union young people's meetings (both junior aiid senior) preceding the preaching mission service. 8 p. m., First service of the 4th annual preaching mission, sponsored by the Algona Ministerial Union. This service will be held in this church. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Luther H. Loesch, Pastor Sunday school 9:45. Bible class 9:45. Divine service 10:30. You are always welcome in. the house ot God. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Mallinger, Pastor Mass: 7:00, 8:30 and 10:00 a. f>. with miniature bride and groom was a centerpiece on >the bride's table. The couple left on a week's honeymoon after « dance given at the Legion hall in Bancroft. They will live on their farm three miles southwest of Bancroft. Madelia Vigdal is Wed— Madelia Margaret Vigdal. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vigdal, Algona, and Melvin Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker, Algona, were united in marriage in a double ring cerfe- mony Feb. 4 at 0 o'clock in «the evening. The wedding took place at the Trinity Lutheran church with Rev. Luther Loesch officiating. • • The bride wore a two piece toast brown street length dress, and a corsage of yellow roses and sweet peas. Mrs. Raymond Vig- dal, sister-in-law of the Wide, was bridesmaid. She wore a two piece gold street length dress, with a corsage of mixed cartia- tions. Both the bride and the bridesmaid wore head-tiaras made of fresh flowers. The two mothers eacTi wore a mixed corsage. Raymond Vigdal, brother of the bride, was best man. • Music was played by Cheste: Platt and Irene KnofI sang "Oh Perfect Love." After the ceremony, a receptioi was held at the home of thi bride's parents for 39 member; of the immediate families. The young couple will spend a few days visiting, and then r'esid on a farm near Lotts Creek. . Courtesies for Duane Wallukalt— A dinner was held at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukai Sunday in honor of their son Duane, who has been called to the air corps. Guests were Mr and Mrs. George Beebe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Wallukai and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wallukait and family, Mrs. Wilma Brown and daughter Sharon o Humboldt, Lorna Faulstick, Glenn Jones, and Maxine Brethorst o Algona, and Jim Dodds who is attending the navy school at Minneapolis. Dinner guests Wednesday in honor of Duane were Lorna Faulstick, Faye Krause and Glenn Jones. Duane left Wednesday night from Fort Dodge, and '.will be stationed at Amarillo Field Texas. Surprise Birthday IJarty— .^ ; A surprise birthday party'was given in honor of Mrs. Peter Muller of Ottosen on Friday, Feb. 2 at her home. Thoise attending were Mrs. Sal Frideres' and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Frideres an.d daughters, Kay Ann and May Rae, of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Muller of West Bend, Cletus and Nick Reding and Mr. and Mrs, Henry Muller of Whittemore. The evening was -spent playing cards, followed by a deliqioijs lunch. The birthday cake jwris frosted in blue and trimmed with red candles. The honoree was presented with a lovely gift. : Townsend Club Met Tuesday— Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdren entertained members and friends of Algona Townsend Club No. 1 on Tuesday evening, Feb. 6. The first part of the evening was devoted to the regular business session. The main topic was "The New Washington Flash" soon to be released, in which direct news will be available to all club members. Following the business session the group enjoyed a Valentine box, and participated in several contests. A committee of men served the lunch of hot dogs and coffee. Birthday Party Held— A birthday party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Funk Tuesday evening celebrating the birthday of Mrs. Funk. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer and sons Gerald and Melvin of Burt, Mr. an Mrs. Ern est Asleson, Mrs. Beata Klatt and daughters Evelyn and Vedolia of Algona. 500 was played at two tables and high prize was won by Mrs. Beata Klatt and low by Mrs. Arnold Meyer. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening. Surprise Birthday Party— Esther Eiscbeid was surprised on her 17th birthday Wednesday, Jan. 31, when a group of friends arrived with well filled baskets to help her celebrate. Esther received many nice gifts and cards. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Vo.i Jank and daughters Arline and Geraldine, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Guderian, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wood and family and Mr. and Mrs. H. Thilges, all of Galbraith, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Guderian of Algona. Stork Shower Given— Mrs. L. A. Gronwall and Mrs. Joe Christensen were hostesses to a stork shower in honor of Mrs. D. W. Mittag of Lakota on Monday afternoon at the Oliver Bakken home. 500 was played at four tables with Mrs. L. A. Gronwall winning high prize, Mrs. Laura Vandee low, and Mrs. Archie Dodds travel. Twenty ladies shared in the courtesy and Mrs. Mittag received many lovely gifts. Lunch was served by th,e hostesses. Birthday Party Held— Mrs. Keith Strayer entertained several couples at four tables of 500 Sunday honor of her husband's birthday and also in honor of the. 17th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dains. Mrs. Clyde Priebe won high prize and Mrs. L B. Hudspn low for ladies. Harold Dains won high and John Weaver low for men. Bridge Luncheon— Mrs. Mell Peterson and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Tuesday noon at the Mrs. W. K. Fergeson home. The afternoon was spent playing bridge, and prizes were won by Mrs. All Kresensky, Mrs. Ralph Miller, Mrs. Joe Greenberg and Mrs. A. L, Peterson. Patty tttliU* ,A 6:30 dinner party b£ Mrs. Ralph Carpenter 1 at home of her mother, Mrs, S. IK MoMahon, on Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Mell Peterson wH6 ifc leaving for Washington next week with her husband, Coth* mander Peterson, Nine women were present. Mrs. Kresensky Entertains— Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. This was the last meeting before iMrs. Matt Streit left and she was presented with a gift. Mrs. Milton Norton Won high at bridge. Light refreshments ware served. Miscellaneous Sliower Given- Evelyn Dau and Helen Baas ,, Dan hente hi honor 6f Mrs. Paeta. tite former* fttsMfl sen. sixteen guests tshftrea 1ft the courtesy. ! *u.<>_b Auxiliary to Meet- the American Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday night, Feb. l£, at 8 o'clock at the legion hall. A progfam on Americanism will be under the direction of Mrs. Frank Sterling. «-k_JJ__U Party to Be Held— The Rovek Neighbors will en« tertain at **< Valentine benefit cavd party tonight «t eight o'clock at the V. F. W. hall. Prizes will be given and refreshments Will be served. •• 4 Registered Brown Swiss Bull Calves from high producing herd. Located 2* miles west of Faii-mont, Minnesota, on Highway No* 16, Barrett & Fransen ' RAY'S-S MARKET It's A Thrifty Wind Blowing Folks Here! A Sale Special Medium Size Sunklst NAVEL ORANGES NO. 1 NORTH D^CIOTA RED TRIUMPH POTATOES Bag S3. EXTRA FANCY, DELICIOUS, 180 SIZE APPLES BM $3.89 PUERTO RICAN FANCY YAMS.;...; ,....: 3,-,, 29c LARGE SOLID HEAD LETTUCE.. ...... ........ 2 tor 25c LARGE SIZE ONIONS ................ : 10 lb . Bag 59C RUTABAGAS 3 „,, 15c Planters PEANUT BUTTER I£ 290 Jack Sprat APPLE BUTTER Richelieu HORSERADISH SAUCE •_£ 23c Rose Dale SPANISH OLIVES ."*- 45c GOLDEN SWEET CORN I fcr 25c No. ZVi Can NANCY LEE SPINACH 19c 2 lb. 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