The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1945 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 17, 1945
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- > •*< -ii ?;V! j-rer;;H"*->v?!j;-f,o,3~ya^ fhe Alfdfta Upper:fte«^follies, Algoita, loiya > May !?> 1945 B0AY PARTY CtEEKlESIDENTS *otts Creek: A number of rel- at| i/e9 and friends gathered at the he of Mr. and . Mrs. John ftallin Wednesday evening to , ip John celebrate his 60th birth* d y. Those attending were Mr. aj d Mrs. Martin Dreyer, Larry d Janice of Buftj Mr, and Mrs. ahk .SchalHrt of Algona; Mr. d Mrs, Donald Radig, Roger d Marlys, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rfi- », Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buss and mes, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mtt- td{, Mrs. .F. W,. Mittag, Mr. and M| k s, Herbert Potratz, Edward and :hardV Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zu* \ch and Mr, and Mrs, Robert eyer, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel and i's. Clara Pompe, Mrs. Bertha Klatt of Virginia, Minn. 500 was played for entertainment and high score prizes went to Donald Ra- dig arid MM; ii. f. Mittag, and 16W scbire prizes went to Mft attd Mrs. Carl zumdch. ' Birthday Party tot fiefone* Several gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herm Relsnei? to help Mr< Reisner celebrate his birthday 'Friday evening. Those attending were Mr. ,and Mrs, Frank Schallin bf Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumaclv Mr. and Mrs, Hi F. Mtttag, Mr. and Mrs. J. Schallln, Mr. artd Mrs, Will Boettcher, Mrs. Clara Pompe, Mrs. Lydla Wetzel, Mr. artd Mrs. Noah Reisner and Mrs. Minnie Reisner. 500 was played and high score prizes went to Mrs. Earl Zumach and Will Boettcher and low to Carl Zumach and' Mrs. Mittag. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Faulstien are the parents of a daughter born May 3. Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Otto and Eunice spent Thursday afternoon at the hohie of Rev. and Mrs. W, H. Dlscher of Whittemore who are moving this week to Clarin da. Seeds We have on hand Mule Hybrid Seed Corn, Sorghum Canes, .Pasture'Mixtures, Clovers, AI- falifa, Rape, Sudan and Eye Grass. BE SURE TO USE NITROGEN ON SOY BEANS. Plenty of Garden Seeds and Plants. •Tomato, Cabbage, Celery, Pepper, Cauliflower and Egg Plants. LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR I SWEET POTATO PLANTS White's Market Phone 631 Algona , Mom and Pop and the Car... "George—we must go 'round and have the Standard Oil Man look at the plugs In the car!" ^ Dirty or worn spark plugs can Dealer help you got bettor gas waste 1 gallon of. gas in every 10. mileage by making sure your Gas is vital to victory, important plugs are in perfect running order. tb'vnii. Have your Standard Oil ;. ' tammm mi, maauo <m.<mimin tUVERNE SAILOR WEDS EAGLE GROVE GIRL IN ST. LOUIS LuVerne: , Petty Officer 2-c Richard R. Smith/son of Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Smith of LuVerrio, and Miss Ardls Nelson of Eagle Grove were united In marriage at 2:30 Saturday, April 28, at the Lambert Field chapel at St. LoUis, Mo. The post chaplain performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride, who was given in marriage by Lt. Paul Bartell, wore a white satin gown fashioned with a Sweetheart neck, long sleeves, fitted bodice and long train. She also wore a long white veil 'held in place with a tiara of orange blossoms. She carried a bridal bouquet of ro?e buds and sweet peas. The bride's sister- in-lnw, Mrs. Burclette Churchill, served as matron of 1 honor ancV wore a floor length gown of pink over blue net. She carried a bouquet of sweep peas and snapdragons. The bridesmaid, Mrs. Paul Martell, was gowned in a door length dress of blue net over nink. She also carried a bouquet of sweet peas and snapdragons. Cpl. Burdette Churchill served his brother-ni-law as best man. Nuptial music was provided by-a friend, Joseph Kramer of the navy, w;ho sang "I Love ,Y<w Truly" before the ceremony. ~Another navy friend played the organ. Immediately following the ceremony a recepion was held for the bridal party at the home of Lt. and Mrs. Paul Bartell. The couple will reside at St. Louis where the groom Js stationed at Lambert Field. ,' Baccalaureate Service Held Sunday Evening The Senior Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening, May 13, in the school auditorium. The following program was presented: Processional, Mary Margaret Phillips; invocation, Rev. Robert Phillips; 'hymn, audience; scripture reading, Rev. Phillips; song, "As Torrents in Summer", girls' glee club; sermon, "The Price of Leadership", Rev. Phillips'; bass solo, "The Lord's Prayer," Kenneth Wittenburg; bena- diction, Rev. Phillips: recessional, Mary Margaret Phillips. Graduation exercises were held Wednesday evening. May 16, in the high school auditorium. J. J. Club at Dehnerts The J. J. club met Friday at the home of Mrs. Ed Dehnert with 13 members and one guest, Mrs. Chas. Wolf of Fort Dodge, present. Roll call' was answered by giving the name of "a woman I admire." The topic for the afternoon was "Women's Place in the World Today" and papers were read by Mrs. Harold Sorenson, Mrs. C. W. Cote, Mrs. Merlin Cody and Mrs. Lewis Wilden. Mrs. Harold Sorenso'n, vice president of the club, had charge ot the ^business meeting; in .the. absence of -the president.: Plans were made for serving the commercial club dinner in' June and it was also decided to give a book to the local library in memory of Mrs. Lola Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of. the afternoon.. : Sam Swank of Clinton, Minn., is spending several days visiting friends here. Betty Ramus of Des Moincs spent the week-end at the home o! her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. , Glorine Stevens of Sheffield spent several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Knopf. Mrs. Elmer Kubiy and. infa-it son Dale Alan catne home Saturday from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Josie Will of Fairmont, Minn., spent several days" visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. AugusfGrametz of Fort Dodge spent the week-end visiting at the Fred'and Matt Baumgartner homes. The Women's Association of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday afternoon, May 17 at the home of Mrs. Ralph Stoll. Mr. and Mrs'. Wm. &nopf, i£ Paul Knopf and Glorine Stevens spent the week-end visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thlel at Corning. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cote and children, Timmy and Susan, were week-end guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Johnson at Amboy, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Henty Kubly were guests at the Wm. Bleasuer home in Eagle Grove Friday. The Bleasuers were neighbors'of the Kublys when they lived on the farm. Erhart. Meyer has resigned his position as city marshal and has accepted management of the Ramus Wildin pool hall. As yet no one has been appointed to fill the vacancy. The Legion Auxiliary will hold its monthly meeting Friday evening, May 18, in the Legion hall A memorial service will ,be heir! for Mrs. Geo. Merkle at this meeting. •Mrs. Ted Jones and children Joyce and Jerry of Waterloo spen; a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goetsch. Mrs Jones is the former Esther Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marr anc children Joyce and Raymond of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. P D. Schichtl and son Jerry of Estherville spent Sunday at t:i° parental Otto Ramus home. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund and daughters Delores and Mrs. Willard Ziegler were dinner guests Sunday evening at the home o: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Palmer and son Randy of Renwick were guests there also. Sgt. Leslie <M. Kubly arrived home May 10 from the Southwes Pacific to spend a 45 day furlough his first in over three years o service. He served 35 months overseas and was in four invasions, among them Leyte, Mindora and 'Luzon. He is the oldest son of Mr and Mrs. Jake Kubly o Goldfield, formerly of LuVerne. Mrs. - Swab and Sgt. Edwarc Swab of Blue Earth, Minn., accompanied by Mrs. Julia Pergande and Mary Ann spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs Pergande's aunt at Wesley. While playing, Mary Ann Pergahde, 14, fell and broke her leg below the knee. Mary Ann is an eighth grade student in the local Lutheran school. -V !";vVS&f;!-i MEMORIAL DAY AcnvrnESBY FENTON GROUP Fenton: The Auxiliary met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Earl Dean. Ten members were present. Guests were Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth and >Reba Stumbo. Roll call was answered by the topic, 'My Favorite Magazine and Why." Mrs. Earl Dean, poppy chairman, selected a committee to decorate windows and place flow-, ers in the church Memorial day. The committee selected consisted of Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mrs. W. E. Laage and Mrs. Einer Fauerby. The members of the Auxiliary will sell poppies the Saturday before Decoration day. They have 650 poppies to sell, 000 by department and 50 donated by Bluer Fauerby which he made while in the Veterans hospital at DCS Moines. Decorated white crosses with poppies will be placed -on veterans graves. Mirs. Hans Baage is hostess in June. Sewing meeting May 25 at the home of Mrs. John Tieman. Lunch was served by the hostess at the doss of the meeting. Barbara Frank spent the weekend at the E. J. Frank home. She teaches at West Bend. LaVonne Newel, teacher at Hartley, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Newel. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Osborn, Wilma and Bruce of Rockford, 111., spent the week-end visiting relatives here. Rev. and Mrs. Rehder of Fairville attended a farewell party for Rev. and Mrs. Discher of Whittemore Friday. Florence Weisbrod, Edith Laage and Shirley Frank, all of Des Moines spent Mother's day at their respective homes. Mrs. Mae Back of Portland, Oregon, has been visiting for the past two weeks with Mrs. Clara Gremmels. Mrs. Back is Mrs. Gremmels' step-daughter. Mrs. J. Wallace Smith, visiting here, received word rfrom her husband at Corpus Christ!, Texas, that his rank has been raised from lieutenant,(Jg) to full lieutenant. Mrs. W. E. Stoeber entertained Sunday evening at a dinner in honor of Mr. Stoeber's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, Mrs. J. Wallace Smith and J. A. G. Smith. David Alfred, infant son pf Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn was baptized at the Fairville Lutheran church Thursday. Sponsors were Gertrude Meyer . and Rudolph Hanover of Whittemore. Mrs. Art Bamsey and children of Graettimger visited last week at the parental Julius Gremmels. Patty and Larry Bamsey have been ill with measles. Mrs. Bamsey and Sandra returned to their home Saturday. Mrs. Charlie Newel, Mrs. Gaylord Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson attended the funeral of Mrs. Lizzie Johnson of Elmore, Minn., Friday. Mvs. Johnson was an aunt of Mrs. Newell, Gaylord Johnson and Lester Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack entertained at a dinner, Friday night in honor of their daughter Dolores who had'a birthday 1 that day. Guests were Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Rosseisen and Jimmy Hantelman and Vvonne Arbogast. Yvonne was an overnight guesK Mr. and Mrs Earl Osborn and family of Rockford, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Anna Osborn. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and Wilfred of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell entertained a group of relatives at dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Mitchell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Long and daughters of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn and Norma Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers. Esther Charlotte Smith, vocal music supervisor of the Charles City schools, spent Mother's day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Smith. August ttlerstcdtij Ei Mother's day gust Bierstedt; . Mrs. Alffed fieil aftd Whittemore, the.Fefdi. lers and the Emii SisfstMS spent the afternoon mother and enjoyed otgether before they home. Evening callers were and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt family. Mr. and Mrs. Bierstedt and family spent evening there. — . m :B8 Dray and Storage of all kinds Lang distance hauling. Every load insured against loss of damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. Lt. "Zip" Koons to Germany; Helps in Victory • ' Lt. Franklin.M. ("Zip") Koons returned to Germany a few weeks ago and thus had the priviege of seeing the defeat of the enemy he began fighting three years ago. Zip has the honor of being officially credited as the first American soldier to be in actual combat in this war. It will be. remembered he was with the American Rangers and volunteered in the Dieppe raid in the summer of 1942. He returned tp.the States last year with a sergeant's rating and entered officers training. jXTREMELY durable and waterproof, long-oil "61" Spat Varnish protects front doors, porch ceilings, boats, spars and all exterior wood surfaces from the effects of weather and moisture. Ideal for kitchens, bathrooms or any surface subjected to fresh or salt water. It has great elasticity, exceptional body and luster- it withstands severe climatic changes. ^ Cowan Bldg Supply Co. 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