The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1945 · Page 2
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, fhe Alga** ttppsg fri Mdiftii? Algfe twt, Aagttrtg; FAIRMONT GIRL, SWEA-EAGLE MAN ARE MARRIED Swea-Bagle: Llla M. Oles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesper Oles, of Fairmont, Minn., and iMerylln R. Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg, were united in marriage Sunday afternoon, July 22. iRev. Edward Lee performed the double ring ceremony at the (Methodist church. The bride wore a pale grey suit with white accessories. Her corsage was of harmonizing colors. Her attendants were Mrs. Ray Miller, matron of honor, and Viola Cheney, bridesmaid. Mr. Berg was attended toy his brother Earl Berg and Ray Miller. —'After the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. Guests were the immediate families and a few close friends. The couple will live in Fairmont where the bride is employed in the Paul Cooper law office and Mr Berg at the Montgomery Ward store. Show** to* Bitty Mtes Betty Anderson wasi hoh- ofefl at a miscellaneous snowjsr at the' JEnill Larson home Monday evening. Thirty-five guttti were pffisettt. Games were played and a lunch was served. Shower hostesses were Mrs. Ed Fosgren, Mrs. Olive Anderson, Mrs. Waldon Brandt, Mrs. Francis Torine, Mrs. Maynard Jenson and Mrs. Emll Larson. Seaman Lawrence Hanson, stationed on the Western Coast, is home on leave .visiting his parents the L. E. Hansons. Henry M. Larson has bought the Charles Fisher 80-acre farm. The Larsons live on the .first farm west of Swea City and the Fisher 80 is on the north. Harvey Larson, F 1-c, and his wife are spending a leave with his parents, the Henry Larsons, and with her parents at Armstrong. Harvey is taking special navy training at Detroit, Mich. Pvt Russell Gi-bbson, son of Mr and Mrs. Sam Gibbson, completed basic training at Camp Robinson, Ark., spent a furlough here and now writes his parents that he is training at Camp Maxey. Texas. r Ail-Metal Weather Stripping will protect your home from icy blasts around windows and doors when cold winds howl this winter. BODE GIRL WEDS IOWA SAILOR- ON JULY 28 Bode: Florence Larson, daughter of Mrs. O. H. Larson, was married to Max D. Nye, <3M 2-c, son of Mrs. Aimee Nye, of Fertile, July 28 in St. Olaf Lutheran church. Rev. Martin Trygstad pet* formed the double-ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate families. Mrs. Lewis Bergum played Lohengrin's wedding, march as the wedding party approached the al tar. Preceding the ceremony Miss Arlene Halversori, of Fertile, sang "I Love You Truly." The bride was dressed in an aqua linen suit and wore a corsage of pink carnations and sweet peas. She was attended by her sister Mrs. George Williams, who wore a white linen suit and a corsage of orchid gladioli. The groom was attended by his brother, Norman Nye, of Fertile After the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother. A two-course luncheon in charge of Mrs. Walter Bakken and Harina and Emma Olson was served to 45 relatives anc friends. A three-tiered wedding cake decorated in blue and white and topped by the traditional bridal couple was the central decoration of the bride's table. The couple left for a wedding trip after which, at the close of his leave, Mr. .Nye will report to the West Coast for duty. Mrs. Nye will remain here and resume her position with the Coon Rapids teaching staff in September. at 4 Sunday ftt Mr, and Mrl. , Hd.. !». and Mrt, T. M, R68sttg Jfttef- ;ained at a'diftnef In hone* ef s«t and lift. Rabeft Btf|laiiay df Mason City. Others gresjftt *«* Mr. and Mrs. Joe 4 Hanfctt ,afla daughter Lofna, of MAS5ff City> and Martin Hanson, Lalla Hanson and Robert and Audrey Hanson, aU of Bode. Later the group came fere where they spent the balaftde of the day at the HanSoli home, ; tritui ufttu rutftiffi Bums! «f! fair* was a Itof at the homft o* Mfi^Emlly Larson.' 1 otiat Work now Is emglbjfcd at the Citizens Service Oil G&ftip&ny. She Sees Dorothy Linde. whd Iftff for Seattle, Wash., to seek em- | 4V&11 a«UA AV»& B> JCWOL^ ».. if' find attendee! he local SShodlS, - 4 j , Vaughn Sehichil left tot his home in San Fratttisc6 last f ues- l&*Stofc. SeWchtl, at th? ,Mflj! __ .. . . . . b* . ...sj^i* ..t_iu£iu~~ •tt'^i.^LJatt 1 , btatijt But be sure to order it now when we are not too rushed to handle it before winter conies. Also now is not too early to order storm doors and storm windows. FUEL WILL BE SCARCE this winter and in order to be comfortable under FUEL RATIONING you must take every fuel-saving measure. You can't afford to take a chance this year. Cowan Building Supply Co. Celebrate Birthdays. Twenty-five relatives and friends gathered at the Lewis Bergum farm home July 29 to celebrate two birthdays. Hans Christiansen's was July 28 and Lewis Bergum's was July 30. Mr. Bergum received a congratulatory telephone call from his daughter, Mrs. William Di Somma, of Washington, D. C. Following a social afternoon a pot-luck supper was served. Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Herlev Nielsen entertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Herbert Benge. Their daughter Ida Mae, who had been spending a week with relatives in Pocahontas, returned home Sunday. A private sewage system for Your Farm Think what this means! The comfort of a modern home brought to every member of the family. Health and happiness with the utmost in sanitation now Is possible through the installation of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And the cost is so small. Easy to install too: Phone 275 Algona Any Firm Home, May Now H«ve • Bath and Inside Toilet Mate TOUT hom« modern I Cnjmr tb« i*m« comforti th»» ptopl. ta Ut IMIII oitlM F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 229 4-tf BOEVERS OIL CO. Owned and Operated by DON E. BOEVERS After serving for some time as Commission Agent lor Sinclair, operating the Algona bulk plant, I am now Distributor in this area for Sinclair's full line of petroleum products Under this arrangement, I furnish the same high quality products and satisfying service as heretofore, amplified, if possible, by the incentive resulting from pride of ownership and management, of one's own business. I am equipped to render complete wholesale and retail service. Dealers in Sinclair products in this area: Marvin Clements, Jones & State Sts Algona Link Machinery Company Swea City -' Mrs. Jake Marti - ...West Bend B. F. Sparks & Sons Hobarton Sinclair products available for you include Gasolines—Fuel Oils— Tractor Fuels—Opaline Motor Oil—Pennsylvania Motor Oil—Stock Sp ray _p. D.—Industrial Oils and Greases. BOEVERS OIL COMPANY j. DISTRIBUTORS r SINCLAIR PRODUCTS r ALGONA PHONES Station 2?3 House 941J Mrs. Jbhn O. Ddie arid M*. afld Mrs. Asle Bolhhe" were visitors In Kiester, Minn., Friday. Ruth Nelson of Chicago, 111., ia visiting at the home of hef aUht Mrs. Lewis Bergum and .With other relatives. , A letter from 'their son, Pvt. DeLdnfe Pooch, Informs Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pooch .that he has recently landed in Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Anderson, of Thompson, have returned to their home after a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Severt Nelson. ' Mr. and Mrs. D. Ladman have returned to their home in Ames after a week's visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Eugene Lyons. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Opheim entertained at a family gathering Sunday at their home in honor oj their stm and his wife, Lt. and Mrs. Merle Opheim. Richard Opheim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernold Opheim, who has been a surgical patient In the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, returned to his home Friday afternoon. Lt .and Mrs. W. F. Palmer and baby daughter Michelle, called here by the death of Lt. Palmer's step-father, A. W. Gray, will spend a 15-day leave at the Gray and Ted Munson homes. The Luther League met Sunday evening at the farm home of Henry. C Olson, of the Maple Lawn district. This was the first outdoor meeting held this year. Following the program, refreshments were served by a committee. The Threshers Club met at the home of Harold Skaugstad Friday evening. Fourteen men were present, most of whom are charter members of the club organized a quarter of a century ago. After plans were discussed for this year's work, refreshments were served to the group. Mrs. Ole Torgerson is making a two-week-visit with her niece Mrs. Stacy Peterson, of Milford, Mich. The real object of her visit this time was to see her great nephew, the son recently born to Mr and Mrs. Peterson. Her daughter, Mrs. Joe Olson, of Clarion acompanied her to Milford. Mrs. Floyd Torgerson entertained at an afternoon party Friday for her sons Larry, whose ninth birthday was July 26, and Marlin, who was 8 years old Aug. 3 Twelve boys were present. After an afternoon's entertainment of games and stunts, Mrs. Torgerson read a story.and refreshments were served. S-Sgt and Mrs. Harold Johnson have returned from Waterloo and Okoboji where they have been spending a part of Sgt. Johnson's furlough. He has just-reeentlyrer. turned from overseas- duty. Mrs. _ Johnson during his absence has wwWW been making her home with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Chantland. • Before Pvt. Donald Torgerson s departure for Fort Ord, Calif., Aug 1, he was entertained at several dinners given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Torgerson, and by other relatives including Mrs. Maynard Satern, Mr and Mrs. Marshal Torgerson, of Burl, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald May of Hardy, and Mrs. Osmund Watnem. Last Friday Mrs. Keith Nasby and son Jerry, with Muriel Gunderson, left by auto for Camp Parks, Calif., where she will join her husband Keith Nasby, recently returned from the southwest Pacific. A seabee, he had been on leave for 30-days, after which he was sent to Camp Parks. Miss Gunderson will visit with her sister Arlene, who is located in Oakland, Calif. Two Children Baptized In Fenton Sunday Fenton: Two children were baptized here Sunday. . Keith Arthur Ramsey, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramsey, of Graettinger, was baptized at the Fairville Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. G Don e Craig e Yager, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager of Des Moines, was baptized m the Methodist church. Sponsors were Mrs. Carl Kern and W, V. Yager, grandparents, and Mrs. Phillip Weisbrod and George Yager, great grandparents of the child, Visit Daughter Mr, and Mrs. Bert Schuelke and Norma Schulke. of Storm Lake, spent Monday at the home of their daughter and sister Mrs. A. t. Rehder and family. Bert Rehder, who has spent 'the past week with his grandparents at Storm Lake, accompanied th'em to his home. gee Bancroft Game. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Weisbrod, Henry Lindsey, Jake Schwartz, Frank Behne and Hadley Bailey attended the Junior Legion baseball game at Mason City Friday. Two Fenton boys, Junior McQuam and Fred Bvmnke, play with the Bancroft team. Mrs. E. K. Johnson «nd Kenneth and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan and Barbara were Emraeisburg shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel, Mr. and Mrs. E, K. Johnson, Mrs, Forrest Hanifan and Barbara Jane attended the tarsen reunion held at Algona Sunday. Mrs. Henry Lindsey received word last Thursday of the sudden death of her brother, E. J. Stoutenburg. of Los Angeles, CaM. He died of a heart attack. Word was received here the first of the week of the death oi Wil^ jam Hantelmamj, ol pubuque. Mr. Hantelmann was Arnold and Eldon Hanttemann's ^ajntdfather. Mrs. Howard I^ey who is era ployed in St. Paul, Jton., spent from Friday., fc Mo^ft? &-&S home of ta» E. J. Frank. fi- . Mrl Erwin Hove?, of Ken6i5«a, ,Wi$., visited last weett at th| hdmetof her brother*, Robert attd •Rby Pehrson. . :•••• MrS. Thomas Grady of MMAfe* aisoHS, Minn., returned home Thursday after a weeks stay here at the Art Anderson home and the homes of other relatives., The Lloyd Gardner family, of dahtoh, S. D., were here visiting one day last week and looking after Ms farm where Milton Petersons are tenants. The Gardners are visiting his parents the O. R. Gardners, .and her mother . Mrs . S. Berge, at Wallingford, Minn NEWS ! Ids ft Wif6~ --Ti elty, is,—_. . It has be«f .„,» *~ was heme last.' •> Mr 1 ', and Mrs', J. P.' Sfttdet flrtd [uestS ' 'dt tHe J parental 1 Hemy Scheppmanri, Sr,, home. Mrs* Glen Pigmah and daughter Oofls. of Heron Lake, Minn.^ were also recent guests of the %nepp-< mann$, Mrs. Pigman and Mrs. Scheppmann are sisters. The two threshing funs on the Ridgeroad, which includes the former'J. A. Maasdam group and the west run. operated by J. C, Mawkteleys machine-,have «6nv cu iu «uiu u«vJ*thfe hSftd, iVifttfiitattr. C»« l» wasnwi.- uo"'you'•Wear a .trtM thdt doft't hold you j»nd !»JJj StaThrSiMe WHI14 W«rMn& and"ls letting yoil gradually get worse? Protect your health. M you can't be helped you will be i-told so frankly, l CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cau|6 pains ot netv- J ^Usness, Please Conw early, Wives invited. B^>£jgL^r |;,polntment. See this. No charge. No obligation, No treatment. -TtfiESDAir, AtfGUS* 14 ALGONA Perry Phillips is Visiting with his son, Clarence, and family a Deadwood, S. D. Thte Jerry Ukenas and L' E. Wortman families, of Lakote, were Sunday guests of the Wade Balls. Rev. Alex English conducted church services at the local Presbyterian church last Sunday evening in the absence of the regular pastor, Rev. C. C. Richardson, who is vacationing with his family at Lake Okoboji. Other guests of the Raneys are Mrs. Richard Teidmann, Of Milwaukee, Wls., the former Maude Schlchtl, and Mrs. Nellie Andrews of Staples, Minn., and three children Farth, Lucille and David, all came to visit their mother Mrs. Schlchtl. . Mrs. Armor Lemkee returned from Chicago last Monday morning after visiting several 'days with her sister, 'Mrs. Edward Abbott Mrs. Abbott has been critically'ill with heart trouble and other complications. No hope is given for her recovery. „,_.,, Sgt. and Mrs. Harry Schieell arrived at the Lemkee home the first of the week from Patterson Field, Dayton, Ohio, and will spend a 15-day leave here. Mrs. Schieell is the former Adelle Lemkee. Miss Betty Lemkee of Arkansas, recently spent a few days here with her parents. W W • • • ••••••••••™™~~ I H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or .damage. Equipped to do all i klj^ls.of draying .and haul- DANCES LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, Aug. 10 Lynn Kerns Tuesday, Aug 14 Scandinavians Friday, Aug. 17 Al Menke Tuesday, Aug. 21 Malek's Accordian i Men's and Boy's Work Socks Lb. $1-03' Size 10 only Cotton Towel- ff | 1 ft Ing 10 yds. .... JI.IV Steel Wool, 16 pads Sugar Sacking, 07 rf 8 for 7l r PHONI 25* fO LIKE A OAS FACTQUY One lady said recently that her used to toe Wke a "gas Th*t is, when *• .ate « it sewed to turn right tato gas. She was always floated, l»4 awfwl stoTOScb gas pains, dally heldaches jind cpnstent irregulw bowel action, Nowi however, this * is mSE OF STQM* and she says the change »greewlth her.. No gas or after sating. Headaches wd Pation we gone «OW w*at relter f states this lady. ."Why don't other gas and constipation YOUR DEPENDABLE HEADQUARTERS FOR CANNING FRUIT CAN ALL YOll CAN . J. ASK US ABOUT ARRIVAL DATES CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS , - r WHITE GRAPES The easiest of all fruits to can; Require little sugar. Can now as the season is short. NICE SIZE VALENCIA ORANGES POUND .... VINE RIPENED CANTALOUPES . PER I -POUND BLEA GOLDEN HEART FIRM—BED SLICING TOMATOES POUND .... ISc FIRM GREEN SALAD CABBAGE 'HEARTS OF HONEY" GUARANTEE0JIIPE« Algona Creamery BUTTER 43Cu GARVEY'S PEANUT BUTTER 25-oc... 340 "Finer B/eniT TAG-CUT ROBS-BOSS, PANCAKE & WAFFLE MIX Family Bag 8CNMAID "SEEDLESS, , NECTAR RAISINS, 15-01. HtU'Eltn WHOLE BED _ TABLE BEETS, No. 2... A Matchless Combination of Several Fine Coffees. Drip & Regular FOUND JAE .. J30 16c BREAD Nancy Ann Enriched TOLEDO CBEAH STYLE GOLDEN CORN, No. 2 LITTLE DABLIKO SLICED GREEN BEANS, No. 2 MEAT SUPPLY LIMITED COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS PRICI SUBJEI TOSTOCI BOLOGNA BIG AND RING PER LB. 32c FRANKFURTERS IN BLANKETS gfranWurters Stodard bakta,- powder Roll out,dough (about V4 inch thick). Out in 4-inch squares/Plaice a'frankfurter on each square and wrap dough around the frankfurter,'moistening arid pinching edged of dough together. Bake rolls in a moderately hot oven (425 degrees F.) 16 minutes, or until done. May be- served with white sauce to which a little prepared mustard has been; added. Seryes PER LB. SMALL FRANKS 35c RING LIVER SAUSAGE, pound 28c PICKLE AND PIMENTO LOAF, pound 3lc| MACARONI AND CHEESE LOAF, pound r JI ; c LONG LiVER SAUSACiE. pound ... ..: .... >• -•'.*& 38c i LONGHORN. Mli-D YELLOW CHEESE, §W5-TQNS contains 12 Great they cleanse bowels, ga? If skxmftPb, act 911 K~* VT-^TV ' DEiiuET TABLETS 11 * V MOT *'. S ..«.T% "MA BEANS' 05d RENNET TABLETS lid W ADDI F SAUCE 1 « ponna a»g ••••• '• * uff FaefcBge • " g f „„ , ' • m j 1 FIBST FBIZB . . . MOHNISG» uaiw ?^cK I gai ............ Iwl MEALY BEAHS INDIA TEA 22li* MOTTS 4 Ounce Package ., &mw APPLE JUICE 32 2U PENJEI SuruhlniCleniur an* W«0!» » UART BOTTME;..,,. AU IRAN TANDUFOOT PKICK'STARCH VANISH ARQP OLOSS 1Qj| ii*."7«iiM ••«'•!»'<. if" •pf5sil«6liSL6C §rOKES •>. .-" Jf'. . .a , .- .. . '[ i =,.-, i. 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