The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1945 · Page 3
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WP fh* Algotitt i, Algoita, Iowa, AngnsjAfr '$wea Gityjfceleh Dory, <5f Ma"ft dltft was ; United In Marriage j Pfc; Chester Fagefltind, son of -Jr. and Mrs, Mu'gO Fageflund, , Aug. 4 1ft the Ififtmflriuei Lutheran tfSrsohage. Hev.» A, M. VoUngciuiSt performed the ceremoriy In the presence of the Immediate fam- * llies. Attendants were Mr. and Mta. Gene Fagerlund, brother and slsteMnilaw of ttfe bridegroom. • Th bride's dress was blue with White accessories and she wore a •cdrsage of gladioli ahd pink roses. The matron of honor wore dusty rose with brown accessories and •'tr pink rose corsage. Following the Ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the groom's parents/ The bride, a daughter of Mrs. iilllan Dory, of Mason City,'is a student at Hamilton business college in Mason City, where her :husband was also a student prior •to his induction into the army. He recently returned from six months •se'rvice with the 13th armored, di•vision In Europe. Following a short •trip to Minneapolis, the young •couple' will visit at the FagerlunH Home here until Aug. 30 when Pvt. Tagerlund will report for re assignment. , cMfldite Smith left to* day ffir MiMSapdU* wMf6 She Will slSend a; f*W days. , Mr. and MrsY Arthur Bensofi of Sramefcl, Mlnfl., came last WetSk td attend the funeral 6f Martin NeisonY Mfa. Holm is a daughter 6t the late Mfg. Nelson. Seneca Bay Break* Leg Above Ankle Seneca: 4>erfy Peterson, I2*yeaf* old'son of Mr, and Mrs. Jens Petersen broke his leg just above the ankle a week ago Sunday. • He was helping his father move a brooder house when a plank slipped out from underneath, striking Perry sharply on his left leg. He was taken immediately to the Kossuth county hospital, Algona, where the bone was set and his leg put in a cast. He Was brought home the same evening. Seneca Band Mothers Give Niemeyer Party Seneca: The Seneca Sand Mothers have planned a community farewell party for bandmaster Gerald Niemeyer at the' Seneca school tonight at 9 o'clock. Mr. Niemeyer has resigned his position at Seneca, Armstrong and Swea City artd has accepted a position as 1 bandmaster at Worthing- torl, Minn. He has been here 7 years. HONEVMEAO MEEi •' 'HOMEYMEAD MEEL Is Jejlgmd to tie TWO vital f«tdl*g |obs •; ,— that em "mak»" or "brink" yoir fall pig crop. ' • ^HONEYMCAD MEEL fimlihti a baldiie* of qialUy protclm, 1 • 'body-building-minerals and vitamin soirees to htlp keep sows (| !?h good, firm fl«sh and thrifty condition all through tho gtsta-' ( • I i*lo«. farrowing aid lactation periods. At tht torn* tint —It,. »i • ••tps sows develop vigorous yowig pigs that will Hvo, grow 'and gal*. ;----•- •;'•:. ••••• "/.• So—begin NOW giving yo«r sows th« nutritional holp they need | , for largo, stiirdy, money-making Fall litters—a dopo*dabl«,> ",low.e..»;woy.ialnneotht ration ^IthHOHIYMIAD MKL^.^v ^;;{: : >:t : j.\m;-?i^^^ : Tnere Is A HONffMMO ' ] BALAHCID mOTflH For. t -,- • • ; C. four fvery Feed/Jig Meerf., HONEVMEAD ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO; Next to Northwestern Freight Depot on 169 • Phone 257 RICH FAMILY HAS DINNER AT CALL PARK Four Corners: the Rich reunion was held Sunday at Call State Park and a picnic dinner served to 69 relatives. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich and family, Mr. and Mrs. (Lewis Broesder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Holdren and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and family, Mrs. Violet , Walker and family, Mrs. Nettie Rich and son George, and Mrs. Edith Rich. Doris Brayton, Mrs. Rhoda Dunn and family, of Scarville, Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin and family, Mrs. Herman Llndeman, Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Light and family, of Brlce- lyn, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cairns and family, of Rice, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Philip Baker, of St. Cloud, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. v Harold Campney, Mrs. Rex Swanson and daughter Nancy.' < Tom SabinrMr. and Mrs., Walter Rich and family and Mr. and Mrs. Led Sabin and family. Mother's Club The Four Corner's Mother and Daughter Club met last Thursday at "(Catherine Walker's home. Ruth Harlan was assistant hostess. Roll call was answered by 20 members. Norma Walker read a poem entitled "Rabbits," by Edgar A. Guost and Irene Bjustrom read a magazine article etltled, "New Hope for the Deaf Child." Breaks Wrist Mrs. Jessie Royce, who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Howard Witham, fell Wednesday evening while in the yard and broke her right wrist. She was taken to the hospital, given ether so the bones could be set and her arm was put in a cast. Mr. and Mrs. Don Buffington, of Lone Rock, were Sunday supper guests at the Ray Smith home. The Frank Newell family, who have been Working for Russel Walker for some time, moved to Missouri Sunday. Betty Lee, daughter of Mr": and Mrs. Roy Lee, visited from Thursday evening until Sunday evening at the John Rich home. Mr. 1 and Mrs. Leo Ramus and children were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Ramus' parents Mr and Mrs. Howard Witham, in Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsh were expecting. Lawrence's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Kirsch of Eagle Grove to arrive Sunday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schendel were dinner guests Tuesday of Mrs. Nettie Rich and attended Mrs. Estella Sabin's funeral in the afternoon. Shirley Lowman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman, of Sexton, spent from Thursday until Saturday visiting at the Art Alexander home. The Chris Jensens had as Sunday dinner' guests Mr/ - and .'Mrs • Charles ? Eg'el: and ^granddaugraei Gwen of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldort Shaw. Mr. imd Mrs. Albert Walker had as Sunday dinner guests their three daughters and families, the Durwood McArthurs, the William Broesders and the Clifford Lov- stads. v Ruth Samson, of Spirit Lake niece of Harvey Broadwell, has been visiting at the Broadwell home last week. She left for home Friday and Shirley Lee accompanied her home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers had a birthday dinner Sunday for Mrs Helmers' brother Elmer, whose birthday was Saturday. Others at- tending were Mfs. Wlffttefsi parents Mr. and M«. & C. Witham and daughter Ellen, M*. and Mrs. Waltef i&aims and children Clayton and .Mary, of Rice, Minn., and Mrs. Cairns' parents Mr, and Mrs, Philip Baker of St. Cloud, Minn., arrived Saturday at Mrs. Violet Walker's home for a short visit and attended the Rich reunion Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and son Walter attended a birthday dinner Sunday at Henry Smith's home in Burt. H.enry is a brother of Ray Smith. The birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and of two of Ray's sisters Mrs. Floyd Dunc-jn and Mrs. Tom Trenary and son Kenneth Trenary were observed. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Drayton left by train Thursday night ' for Stoughton. Wis., to spend a few days at a lake there. They were to join the Horace Drayton's of Sycamore, 111., who had afrlved at the lake a few days earlier. They expect to accompany Horace Dray- tons home for a visit at Sycamore. On their return trip -they will visit the Ed Pedeske's at Davenport. Mrs. Pedeske is Mr. Drayton's sister. Mr. and TVtrs. G. C. Koerner and daughter Joyce of Kernton, 111., have been visiting Mrs. Koerner's sister-in-law, Mrs. Ida Nickerson. They arrived Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Nickerson's daughter Mrs. Fern Hulings, of Britt, coming on to Algona the next day. While iere they visited at the Nicker- on's daughter Mrs. Art Alexandr, Mrs. Aljelt Meyers, Mrs. Louis Bowman, Mrs, Fern Ruling and Ars. Lurhl Feisler. They also spent few hours at West Bend .looking t the grotto. They left Friday oon for Minnesota to visit Mrs. <oerner's sister and will go from iere to Fort Gamble, Wash., where oyce teaches. They expect to make their home in Washington. ?he Koerners at one time lived in his neighborhood.' Pvt. John Richard Capeslus, stationed at Camp Fannitt, Tex., for his 17 weeks 6f basic training telephoned his parents Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius, Sunday afternoon. Private Capesius is a graduate of St. Joseph's 1946 class and was inducted June 21. Mr. and Mrs. August Schad, from Plain View, Minn., arrived Saturday for a visit at the Adolph Fuhrmann home. They also attended the Thilges'Hofers wedding. Mrs. Fuhrmann and Mike Hofers are niece and nephew ot Mr. and Mrs. August Schad. Mr. and Mrs. William Capesius, Chicago, 111., Mrs. Anna Capesius, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, Edward Capesius, Mrs. James Torne- bane, Karen Jo and James, all of Algona, were last Tuesday evening supper guests, at the Julius Capesius home. William Capesius is an uncle of Julius. They visited iere the past week. ANNOUNCEMENTS ALGONA PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. Kindergarten will run halfway, serious starting 5th. Enrollment Tuesday morning, September 4th. , September II. Diatriota for elementary grades—by buildings / , A; Third ,TT»rd~All children, grades one to six inclusive, who live east of North Wooater oir east of South Phillips. B. Bryant ' ^ "t • 1, All children, grades two. to six inclusive, who live west or south of the above dividing line set for Third Ward. 2 All Children, grade one, who live north of a line from West McGregor to Thorington to State and west of North Wopster. r^ an t ,,* 3. All children (Gr. 1-0) living beyond city limits enrpll at Bryant un, Buildin^oom No. 14ff, All children who live south of a.bove live designated for Bryant first grade. P,, Kindergarten, High School Builing, Room No, 145, Date of Enrollment . - , , A. For seventh grade students (or eighth grade not previously enrolled s t & Sw£) Ifnifh ^Sopl Buying m Saturday morning , - her iPt ftt 9:00 a. TO.-— junior »t«dy hall, 34th **' S^OC I p, m,- newWgh sohool ( (grad i!p-v-*« v ^ illy ; %S|piS^^§^ailiS^ iWMfiMii^^ ~'t' .%•; $£^'g$^j,'*::$-teS'i.u*k*sHi&<m&ji-n*A afSgSI i- mmmm W,fa •' '"•>''-'' "'-*'."-.'. •s.::&^"->~ •','<• •/>- r "-L- ."-"•?;:• ';;v .'•,-•-•"•..* --•..;•-;' •. - •?•;,;''>!;.-.<'-" "t'lVK'-v •*'"v i - • - • *'••' '?' V '•* ' ; ' - : **« "*i*'' "•' « \ •> ST. JOE NEWS Shirley, Franklin and John Wagner spent Friday and Saturday at the George Scuffham home near Algona. ''Rita 'Fuhrmann, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joe Fuhrmann, Chicago, ;il., arrived here last week for a visit with relatives. ;, David and 'Dorma Thul, from Al- B 'ona spent several days last week at the home of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Thul. , Mr. and Mrs. Herman Illg are the parents of a daughter born Aug. 8 in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital. This is their first child. : Mrs. Joe M,osser and daughter Irene arrived from Durrant, Okla. last Wednesday for a visit with relatives and attended the wedding of Florence Thilges and Michael Hofers. Mrs. Mosser is Mr, Hofer's mother. IRVINaTON NEWS Jimmle have returned to Toronto, Canada, after visiting- with her mother, Mrs. Belie Black, and other relatives here. Mrs. Fraser, who is a registered nurse, has employment in a Toronto hospital. Wilfred Glsch has returned to a base in California after a furlough here with his father, Ben Gisch, and other relatives. "Willie" has >een in active service and is a tail- <unner on a plane. He was on the aircraft carrier "Hornet," which went through a typhoon in the "•acific last April. The Irvington 1's 4-H girls club met at the home of Ardis Bosworth July 26 to assist the demon- tration team. The team is work- ng on its demonstration for the county fair. Ardis Bosworth and Louise Sorensen are the team members. Lunch was served. The next regular meeting will be with Arlene Hagg. Miss Carmen Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Miller, of i'enton, had her appendix removed Wednesday at the Emmetsburg hospital. Miss Leota Norris has returned to Sioux City after spending a 3-week vacation with her parents. Leota, who is taking nurses training at the Lutheran hospital in Sioux City, will complete her course in October. Mrs. Elmer Dye and daughter Betty of Fort >Leavenworth, Kan., were guests last V/eek of Mrs. Dye's mother Mrs. Alice Duryea. Major, Dye, who is a chemist in the armed forces, has been stationed at Ft. Leavenworth. Mrs. Mary Black Fraser and son *Bib Style quality cotton •*Assorted floral prints FOL3 .CAR PERFORMANCE Tomorrow's Aid TODAY ; m Matcos research In the dftvetopment and matiufMtnre *{ Medical Electronic instriiiMents f»r the Armed Forces Mia •; Medical profession enables them to pffesettt t»ift»»6^« hea*-* Ing aid today. New materials developed during the war, more moisture «5» slstant, new mounting of microphone and other pans ott rtlB* ber, make the instrument more quiet as to cftse^- cord— and clothing noise. Plus control of sound through the entire colt-' versational range. Smalls-compact — easy to Wear. Attend Special Dettiottstr&tiott HOTEL ALGONA ALGONA, IOWA Tuesday, August 21 Bouts: 9:00 a. in.— 5:00 £, m. If unable to attend demonstration, write for free booklet information. MAICO OP DBS MOINES 630 DCS Moines BM«T. Paul Grout, Manager DCS Moines, Iowa MOTOR OIL For b'es£ performance, your car needs a HIGH VISCOSITY INDEX oil. For only a HIGH VISCOSITY INPEX oil Js thin enough to penetrate in between close-fitttog, moving parts; yjt' .TOUGH enough to stand up and not break down under terrific tenv- peratures, high epeeda and PT«« aures. . . •; Champlin HJ.VJ, ft» the name implies, is a HIGH VISQOSITY INDEX pfl, Re8ne4 cws . . * fro* IQQ% Paraffin Baw? Mi4-Continent; Qriidc , , , the finest \obtsinable , , , #• a real fighting aviation oil, |j piovidw motors on the ground, tjje ,pp«i^y* lubric«|on, ft* *• ( 'And Champlin HI-V-I is so clear, to pure, so free from carbon, tar, and gum, it washes away sludge and other power-robbing formations, This helps prevent stuck valves and pistons . . , reduces blow-by . , , restores compression. Naturally, oil .consumption definitely is reduced. So for car performance at Its best, make sure the next oil you buy is a HIGH VISCOSITY INDEX oil. Specify Champlin HI-V-I. 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IZ0 BLUE :- TAG Did CARROTSiu CKEAM STYLE GOLBEIT CORN, Hi 2../.. 120 JI011NING LIGHT <•••._, SPINACH Si? 170 DWABFIES POPPED WHEAT, 8-oz., BRAN, s-ii,a|^g 1lt([| KELLOGG'S 44^! KRUHBLES,pkg... 110 KELLOGG'S BICE KRISPIES, pkg... 120 MEAT SUPPLY LIMITED COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS PRICES SUBJECT TO STOCK BOLOGNA GUPS wHh Potato save wm . Buttered Carrots) Sliced Tomatoes Have large bologna sliced on No. t or 11 slicer (twice the usual thickness) and allow 2 slices for each person. Put a little butter in the frying pan and heat the slices of bologna just long enough to cup them, not fry them. It takes about 1 minute for each slice. Arrange the cups on plate or chop plate and fill with a spoonful of potato salad toppe4 with a sprig of parsley. • There: is flood nutrition in any cut of meat RING LIVER SAUSAGE. 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