The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1945 · Page 6
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IniSijtti^ OTTOSEN LAMS ^PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN MEET Ottosen: The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met Friday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Evered Bryant and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl as hostesses. The meet- Ing was presided over by ' the president, Mrs. Joe Anliker. Son;?, The Old Rugged Cross, was sung by all. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Plans for painting the church basement were discussed and it was decided 'to paint the bottom part up to the windows brown and the upper part a light buff color. Song, Are There Any Stars in Your Crown, was sung followed by a talk on mothers by Rei'. Schneck. The meeting was clos- ede by a song, Mother's Prayers Have Followed Me, and the benediction. Mrs. Ralph Richards and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl were honored at 'the birthday table which was nicely decorated with a small May pole and 12 candles. The next meeting will be June 1 with Mrs. Ralph Richards and Mrs. Don Moore as hostesses. Memorial Foi Bancroft Soldier Killed In Action In Philippines -Mrs. Ralph Richards spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Johnson of Humboldt. Mrs. Henry Lovig and daughter Barbara of Martells spent Saturday visiting friends hero. COVERS WAILS"* C ONE COAT SPEED-EASY • Dries In an hour • Goes on easy • Thins with water yet leaves an oil paint film on the wall • One gallon makes about I'/a gallons ready-to-use • Gallon does an average room »Beautiful modern colors (From Bancroft Register) Thomas was inducted into the ASK FOR SPEED-EASY. ITS NAME TELLS THE STORY GAL. $2-85 Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool IliNf PAINT SERVICE CENTER Memorial services for Private Thomas A. Murray, killed in action on Luzon, P. I., April 1G were held in St. Johns Catholic Church Monday morning with t solemn high mass at 10 o'clock The Rev. J. H. Schultes was the celebrant, the Rev. N. J. Becker of Royal, was deacon, and the Rev. S. A. Grady, of Schaller, was sub-deacon. Thomas A. Murray, third son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murray, was born at Bancroft, November 8 1925. He attended St. John's school, graduating with the class of 1944. During his four years of high school he was a member of the baseball and basketball teams. He was a member of the St. John's basketball team that won the diocesan championship in 1943 and. 1944, and was placed on the all- diocesan team. Thomas also won honorable mention in the all-state high school selections. In baseball he pitched his team to the state championship played at Ames in October, 1943, and pitched them to the district finals in the spring of 1944. He.was a member of the Bancroft Junior Legion team for three seasons. July 26 of last year, Frances Schuelcr Weds— In a double ring ceremony Monday evening, May 7, at 8 o'clock Frances Schuler became the b'rtdG of Edward Hammond \vlth Hec. William Bohi of Swea City per* forming the services at the. John Sehueler, Jr., home at Bancroft. The bride was given in mar* rlage by her father. John Schueler, Sr,, and was attended by.Mr. and 'Mrs Otto Karles of Bancroft. She was attired In a powder blue dress with red accessories and a shoulder corsage of red roses and white sweetpeas. Her attendants also wore a powder blue'dress with matching accessories and a shoulder corsage of red and white carnations. Thiflty-'one relatives attended the ceremony, which was followed by a reception dinner. A three- ier cake topped with a mtnla- ure toride and groom and decora- ions -of red, white and blue were arranged for the occasion. The bride-elect, daughter of VTr and Mrs. John Schueler, Sr. )f Bancroft, is <a 1945 graduate of he Swea City high school. The groom is a 1943 graduate of the Swea City high school. His father, John Hammond, resides in Illinois. Edward has been farming with a brother of the bride, but since Friday, May 11 he has been at Fort Snelling, Minn., -e- ceiving induction pasers, but as yet has not been assigned to any camp. The bride will live wito her parents until .'his return from service. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. August X. Peterson, Rev. and Mrs. Bohi, Mr. and Mrs. Sy Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Beadle and son Clifford, all of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond .and children Rhonda and Deraldine, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Berger, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Casle and children Donald, Elaine and Richard, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. John Schueler, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Otto Karles, Mr. and E X- t &tou&tojti*' • 11 '••''l y MW.-: Since April 1 and the wftmen hat: 44. W. B. Caroey was top win- heer for April and was presentee •with a leather paper file. ; Thfe auxilalry sewing grdup had made previous 'plans to hold their meetings twice, a month. Foliow- ing the meeting the group enjoyed 500. At a late hour a light lunch was served by Mrs, Ellen Bjustrom, Mrs. Marie Pedersen, H. E, Miner and 'Mrs. bora Flora. sent from there to Camp Fannin, Mrs. John Schueler,^and chil- Texts, where he received his five months basic training in infantry. He arrived home December 23 to spend a fifteen day furlough with his parents and friends. At the end of his leave he reported to Fort Meade, Maryland and was transferred from there to Fort Ord, California, where he left for combat duty. He had been stationed in the Philippine Islands and recently attended a Flame Throwers School there. He is survived by his parents, one sister, Mrs. Eileen Kelly and four brothers, Lt. (jg) Joseph, Pfc. Donald and John and Jimmie. Members of McKinnon Post .No. 377 accompanied by Commander Robinson, L v E. 'Linnan and Ralph Miller of Algona, attended in a body. Servicemen attending were Pvt. Wayne Kelson, S.Sgt. Albert Karals and Anthony Kra'mer, U. S. navy. Thos. D. Garry, adjutant of the McKinnon Post, presented the flag to Mr. and Mrs. Murray. The Lovigs were former residents here. Lois Jacobson, daughter of Mv and Mrs. Ray Jacobson and Mabel Coyle daughter of John Coyle spent the week-end at the parental home. The two girls are employed at the Des Moines ordnance plant at Ankney. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus and Mrs. Alf Lee and childran, Terry and Barbara, and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and son Knut. Jr., were callers at the Mrs. Cora Bacon and Lloyd Elston homes 'n Algona on Mother's" Day. Vera Struthers who has been seriously ill in the Methodist WED., THURS., FRI. Daily Matinee 2 P. M. GEORGE MURPHY CAROLE LANDIS CO-HIT "IT HAPPENED IN SPRINGFIELD" SATURDAY, MAY 19 ANN MILLER Added Attractions: "Yankee Doodle Donkey" No Doughboys Fun for the Family Saturday Night Buy Bonds of the United Service Women at the Call Theatre Booth. SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MAY 30-21 hospital in Des Moines was returned home by ambulance Sunday. She had been taking x-ray treatments following a cancer operation and was taken suddenly worse about two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Von Bank and children, Eugene and Jane of Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Frye and family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and sons Larry and Deanne and Pvt. LeRoy Worby were all Mother's Day guests at the home of Mrs. Caroline Telford. Mr. and Mrs. Warren McMahon and Carrie Mae of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. James Barber and son Dennis Ray of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naeve and son Donald of Fort Dodge were all Mother's day dinner guests' at the Oliver Kinseth home. Pvt. LeRoy Worby was also an afternoon caller there. Pvt. Le Roy Wor'oy was honored at a spring filled chicken din-, ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vlike Coyle Sunday evening. After the dinner the evening was spent in visiting. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Telford and sons Deanne and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle and son, John, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Honus, Misses Gertie Lou and 3erniece oyle. Coyle and Bernard Ottosen Graduating Class and School Activities For Week Ottosen: The Ottosen junior- senior banquet was held in the Franklin hotel at West Bend on Thursday evening. The table was decorated in the class colors of purple and white. The motto, "Climb, though the rocks be rugged" was carried out in the centerpiece of the table. Mabel Schmidt, president of the junior class, gave the welcome and Phyllis Hundtermark, president of the senior class, responded. Supt. E. B. Emmons said grace | before the meal. Following the banquet the class was taken to the West Bend high school where they saw the West Bend senior class play. Following is the schedule for graduation observances to be held beginnng this week: Class day to be May 18. Charlotte Jacobson will give the salutatory; class history by Richard Kropf; prophecy by Lillian Kramer; class will by Evelyn Speich; class poem, Richard Kinseth; humor, Marion Underberg; ambitions, Robert Jacobson; activities, Donald Bruellman; meaning of the motto, Stanley Vierkamp; song of the class of '45 and the valedictory will be given by Phyllis Hundertmark. Baccalaureate services will be held Sunday evening, May 20. Rev. Wongberg of Rolfe will be the speaker. On May 24 Wm. Scarborough, dean of Morningside college will be the commencement speaker. Closing the school activities b» the anauaj pteflfej on - " Robert, and Judith and Mr. and Mrs. George Schueler, all of Bancroft. Ardis Nelson Weds in Missouri— Lambert Field (Naval Air Station) in St. Louis, Missouri, was the scene of a candlelight, mili- •tary wedding Saturday, April 20, at 2:00 p. m. Miss Ardis B. Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nelson, formerly of Bode now of Eagle Grove became the bride of Petty Officer Richard R. Smith SC-2c, of the U. S. navy, son of Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Smith of LuVerne. • The -bride "was entrained•-, in: a' long-sleeved gown of show white satin, with sweetheart neck lino and bodice. She wore a long veil with a tiara of orange blossoms. The only jewelry was a strand 'of pearls. She parried a shower boi£ quet of white snap dragons "with -sweet peas and white roses. The bride was attended by Mrs. B. E. Churchill, a sister of the groom, as maid of honor, and Mrs. -Paul Bartels. They were dressed alike in colors of blue and pink floor length gowns and carried shower bouquets of spring flowsrs-. The bride was given in marriage by Sgt. Paul Bartels and the groom was attended by Cpl. B E. Churchill. The double ring ceremony was read by Chaplain Capt. Martin. A solo, "I Love You Truly," was. sung by A. Shirmer, Sp(W)-lc. who was accompanied by L. Hayes Sp. (W)-2c.. The latter played Lohengrin's wedding march. The bride and groom received th,eir congratulations in the Main Entrance of the chapel. Tho groom's commanding officer was the first to congratulate the newly wedded couple. Following the ceremony a reception was held and dinner served 'banquet style. Townsend Club Meets— Algona Townsend Club No. 1 held its regular meeting at their new club room 108 So. Hall street, on Tuesday evening, May 15. Plans were laid for the Spring Festival to be on Friday evening, May 25. All memners and friends are requested to save any newspapers and magazines for the scrap paper drive which will be one of the features of this festival. All deliveries to be brought to the club rooms on or before May 25. A "500" party will be the entertainment for the evening with Mrs. Grace Carney, Mrs. Mary Heard, Mrs. Ella Briggs and Mrs. Lolla Ladendorff as serving hostesses. Beginning with the May 5th party, regular "500" nights will be established for every other Friday night. ,T>he group also voted to have the business meetings every other Tuesday evening, the next one to be May 29th. Mrs. A. M. Anderson, club president, called a council meeting for Friday evening, May 18. The membership chairman, Mrs Mary Heard, announced that the men were ahead in the contest with 50 members to their credit Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 5304 March Term, 1945 To All Whom It May Concern: .You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purport- <ing to be the last Will and Testament of Robert N. Kyhl, Deceased, dated January 24. 1922, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 28th day of May, 1945 is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 15, 1945. HI8U5N, WHITE, Clerk of District Court. Alary L. Kelso Wed in New Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso have announced the marrage of their •daughter, Mary Lenore, to William D. Hughes,! son of Mr, and Mrs. H. P. Hughes, of Emmetsburg, at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New Y6rk City with the Rev. Father Maher officiating on Monday, May 14. 1945. The bride, attired In a luggage' suit with white accessories and white orchids, was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cornpalo, friends of the groom. Following the single ring cere-- money a wedding dinner Was held at the Hotel Pennsylvania. Mary, a 1940 graduate of the Presentation Academy, Whittemore, was employed the first year and a Half following graduation at the Paul Urich variety store In Whittemore. She then came to Algona and was employed for 2% years at the Algona Hardware. Six months, ago Mary went to Davenport and managed a grocery store for her uncle. Upon her .return from New York City she will resume her duties at the store in Davenport and will reside at 326 East 29th street. ' N . , But, Witt :ttrisf«' tB the ..Mbbm•; Md.:•'weeir/: aid silt felt So feet to ahip deck w affbjie 'fie was" hanging febfo He wMked 6ft cfutefe-fdS a fe%v flays and then manSgM With ft cane;' Although ho bdftes' wer'e fractured, tHeatfcldeflt left him quite seriously bruised, Secret Marriage '»t MarjoHe Dray ton Announced— and Mrs. Will Eraytott of Aigotta announce this secret marriage d'fttielr eldest daughter, MaHorie Jane, to Russell Howard) of Washington, D, C, The turns riage took place November 6th, 1944, in a little town near Washington. , Marjorie joined the WAVES in December, 1942, and Was called to duty January 11, 1943. She took her training at Hunter College In New York. From New York she was sent to Stillwater, Okla., for further training. She graduated with the rating of yoeman, third class. After a short furlough at lome She was sent to Washirigtoh, D. C., where sfhe served in the navy department of ordnance, in February she was given an honorable medical discharge from the lavy and has since been employed by the American Legion as a stenographeij in Washington, D. C. John Fiber, Ottosen, Celebrates 70th Birthday Wednesday Eve- Sixty relatives ! and , friends gathered at the home of Mr, and Mrs. John Faber Wednesday evening to help the former celebrate his 70th 'birthday. The evening was spent socially. The centerpiece was a birthday cake with 70 candles. A delicious lunch was served later in the evening. His many friends wished him a happy birthday and many more to corns. «««wt • • : ;...; : Sw|;ipl v , • ' ORBIK Noy^Mjw HIADOUARTIRS for (MDI-TO-blWM •fcUBBiR STAtopfi YOUR ORDER WILL II F1LLID PROMPTLY AM EFFICfMTiT oiid( a kt,M*f0ICbMk*«KlT*fl«. SMI Stamps /••'.'•-:':.•. 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