The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1945 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1945
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GEELAN RETURNS TOWHITTEMORE MUCH IMPROVED Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swanson drove to Prairie du Chlen, Wis., early Sunday morn- Ing. They brought back Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Oeelan, who have been taking treatments the past three weeks at the Prairie du Ohien sanatorium. Both Mr. and Mrs. Geelan 'have been improved in regards to their ailments. Mr. Geelan, who has been confined to his home the past six months, was up at the store and greeting old friends as usual Monday. Mrs. Joseph Dietrick of Algona Visited with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lauck, Sunday. deroy Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Elbert, who was wounded in the Pacific area, is now in San Francisco, making the 7000 mile trip in 36 hours. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Biersted and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Funk attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riggert at Lotts Creek Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vaux 'and son At len and Mrs. Ellsworth Heiden- wlth of West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Jr., were Sunday evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Sr. ( and Herman Meyer visited with Mrs. Herman Meyer at Port Dodgu Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran hospital. Rev. and Mrs. W. H. DischeY and Herman Meyer visited with Mrs. Meyer Monday afternoon. Among those who attended the Hintz-Struecker wedding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz of Lotts Creek Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. John Rabe and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kroger of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz and 'daughters Ruth and Mrs. Clyde Gingerlch of here, and Mrs. John Struecker of Des Moines. Jail Break In Reverse Someone from the ration office in Clear Lake apparently threw the night Jock on the jail door when leaving. Rationing supplies are kept in the basement of the jail. Chief of Police Buttleman and others were unable to get into the building and called on Welcome Hollister to go in one of the jail windows and release the lock. UNION WOMAN TO FOR MEDICAL HELP Union: Mrs. Rudolph Wilt was taken in the McCUllough ambulance to Rochester Tuesday morning. She was accbmpanied by her husband and her brother, Joe Leininger, the latter of Lotts Creek. Mrs. Will has been in poor health for the past several months. Her friends are hoping she receives relief. Mrs. Soltow to Lone Rock Mrs. Louis Soltow came Tuesday for a visit at the home of ner son, Louis Robinson. Mrs. Soltow, whose husband passed away in February of this year has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Altwegg at Austin, Minni, and is now with her granddaughter, Mrs. Alfred Jorgenson at Lone Rock. Mrs. Soltow's plans are indefinite but she may return and live in her home in Algona. Cowan Building Supply Co. Algoun, In. Phone 275 Won't You Help Me Get A Better Start See your Tanvilac Dealer and ask him to give you the low-down on how TANVI- LAC will assist in getting me to market quicker and at less cost by helping me get more out of my present feed. Better yet, just add 3% New Improved Tanvilac and 3% Ironized Tanvilac Cultures to each 100 Ibs. of Chick Starter you are now feeding and see the results for yourself. Don't Overlook Me, Either! Ironized Tanvilac Cultures were designed to help market me more quickly and economically by uti* lizing your Home Grown Grains, Also ask the Tanvilac Dealer about how IT-77 will help prevent Nutritional Scours and anemia. LIST OF DEALERS Algona Flour & Feed Co ' Algona R. L. Krantz & Son Titonka Hamilton Hatchery Bancroft and Titonka Hobarton Co-Operative Elevator Co Hobarton Jared Nesbit Forest City Henry Kohlhaas Livermore Alfalfa Milling Co Dakota City- Simon F, Blome Elmore, Minn. O. E. Hott Wesley and St. Benedict Ted Hinders Woden Harold Oxley Corwith E. C. Marty & Sons - XuVerne Thompson's Hatchery Elmore, Minn. Lone Rock Cooperative Exchange Lone Rock Hurt Cooperative Elevator Co _ Bart The above dealers carry Chick Starters fortified with Tanvilac. For Further Information Call or Write RALPH TICE Distributor Sailor Phones Parents Charles Robert Bode S-2c of Tacoma, Wash., called home long distance, last week Tuesday. He was attending an entertainment at the USO and bingo was being- played. He had no luck all evening but when it came to the grand prize he was the lucky winner. The prize was a long distance call home. Others present were trying to wish the prize away from hfin but' up the opportunity. Donald MooffeS visit Here . Mr. and Mrs. Ddnald - Modf e came a week ago from Roy, Utah where ithey have been in defense work and took their son Bonnie Lou back with them* He stal with his grandparents, Mf. and Mrs. Lou Robinson, during his parents' absence of about a year, Mrs. Moore was Maxine Robinson They are employed In a defense plant where the things are packed and shipped overseas. They like theh> work. Mother and Son to Boston Mrs. A. W. Llndsley and son Terry left for Fort Dodge Tuesday of this week. On Thursday evening they were to leave fov Boston, Mass., to join Lieut, Lltid- sley who was able to secure an apartment. They will reside at Taunton, Mass. Lteut. Lindsley is stationed at Camp Myles Blandish where he is in the transportation corps when he isn't accompanying troop trains. He Is over« seer at the yards. Mrs. Lindsley has been at the home of her parents the past 10 months. Two Union Men to Arizona Alfred Schenck and George Boevers plan to leave this week for Duncan, Arizona, where Mf. Boevers' son Kenneth resides and is a large ranch owner. If Mr. Boevers likes it there he may remain permanently. Mr. Boevevs will be missed by his Algona and Union friends. MARIAN MAE HINTZ, LOOTS CREEK, WEDS VICTOR STREUCKER, FENTON Lotts Creek: The Immanuel Lutheran church was the setting of a beautiful wedding Sunday when Marian Mae, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, became the bride of Victor L., son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker, of Fenton, at 2:30 o'clock with the Rev. A. F. Otto officiating at the ceremony. Before the ceremony A. Lusmann, organist, played nuptial hymns, also the processional and recessional "Marche Nuptials" at the ceremony. The bride, whose gown was of white tulle over white taffeta with a fitted bodice and full skirt with train, wore 'a full length net veil edged with lace and a crown of orange blossoms which was also worn by the bride's grandmother, the late Mrs. Mary Mittag, at her wedding 43 years ago. Her shower bouquet was of pink roses and white calla lilies. Phone 2J5-W Algous, Iowa confirmation servlcea next Sunday morning 'fft 10 aiithif FentBfi Ltr« theran chufdh. M6Jnto«rii > 6f, the class are Mary filerstedt, Ruth Pauerby, Haflaft 'EHfterX Jftm Jentz and F*ah«s Cuiberts There will foe" no services at the Immanuel Lutherafi <chufeh here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riggert observed -their 25th weddifig an* niversary at their home Sunday evening, Rev. A. F. Otto addressed the 'gathering on the text of Luke 24. verse 29. Their witnesses of 28 years ago were also present, being Dora Riggert, Ortwin Tietz and Mrs. Andrew Funk but Mrs. Emil Schumacher,, who was also an attendant then, was unable to attend. The honorees received many gifts. A midnight lunch was served later in the eve lag. Deloris, daughter of Howard Blairs, returned home last Friday from Holy Family' hospital at Estherville where she had undergone an appendix operation. Earl Prestons received a cablegram last Friday from their son, Pvt. Emory Preston, whom they had not heard from for seven weeks, stating he was well and in Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Ren 'Klugar of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Klugar, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peterson and Mrs. Curtis Klugar America 3 s Smartest- BULOVA A. PRINCES PAT... 17 Jewels... J 42 50 B. PRESIDENT... 21 Jewels... *65°° Piicn Induifi f eJeial Tu We Have Them In Stock Now, Lusby & Giossi Algona Caroline Hintz, sister of the bride, who Was maid . of honor, wore a gown of yellow net and a blusher net veil to match with a velvet crown. Her bouquet consisted of bronze snapdragons and purple sweet peas. ^ Marie and Lucille Struecker, sisters of the groom, who were bridesmaids, wore gowns of pink net wth matching blusher veils and velvet crown and carried bouquets of pink -and white carnations. Mrs. Raymond ' Laabs, close friend of the bride, and Verdell Boettcher, cousin of the bride, who were also bridesmaids, wore blue net gowns with matching blusher veils and velvet crowns and carried bouquets of bronze carnations. Maridean Nielson, niece of the groom, acted as flower girl and wore a floor length gown of blue tulle and carried a basket of mixed flowers. Arthur Otto, ring bearer, wore a white suit with a red rose boutoniere and carried a heart- shaped white satin pillow edged with lace upon which were the rings of ithe bride and groom. Everett Eimers, cousin of the groom, was the groom's attendant and also wore a brown suit with a white carnation boutonniere. Ushers were Dorothy Struecker, sister of the groom, and Eunice Krause, friend of the bride, who wore gowns of pink chiffon and pink net and corsages of white carnations. The bride's mother" wore a black dress with a corsage of red roses. The groom's mother wore a black dress trimmed with fuschia and wore a corsage of white gardenias and white sweet peas. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony with 130 guests attending. The dining room was beautifully decorated with the bride's chosen colors, crepe paper streamers from which hung miniature bells with two large white bells in : the center. The wedding table was graced with a three tier wedding cake with a miniature bride and groom with the inscription before it, "Home Sweet Home" which also decorated the wedding cake of the groom's parents 33 years ago. Table waitresses who wore white crepe paper aprons trimmed with yellow, pink and blue, a gift of the bride, were Phyllis Gengler, Verona Buss, Kathleen Rusch, Velma Wetzel, Lorna Kressin and Lucille Hackbarth. The bride, who grew up in this vicinity, is a charming young lady, having attended the Lutheran school here and later the Fenton high school from which she graduated in 1944, The groom, who is quite well known here, grew to manhood in the Fenton vicinity and is also a Fenton graduate but *has since been assisting his father with farming. ^The newly wedded couple will begin farming on a farm 4 miles north of Fenton. Those from a distance attending the wedding were Viola Struecker, R. N., Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. John Struecker, Des Moines; Marie and Lucille Struecker of Mason City; Doreen Kohlwes of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar -Kohlwes, Alice and Marilyn of Austin, Minn., and Mrs. Martha Geilenfeldt, Leon and Rita of Clear Lake. Arrangements have been made for the Fenton Lutheran congregation to install Jiheir new pastor, Rev. W. H. 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