Thfe Algona tJppcf Pe^ Mdincs, Algona, Iowa, August RADIO TEAM WILL APPEAR HERE AT FAIR Lulu Sell and Seotty, homespun *fidlo team from the WLS National Jafn .Dance, will appear here at •the!'Koss\ith County Fair Aug. 28 and 26. ; Lulu B^lle and Scotty, whose real name 1 Is. Scot Wiseman, 'are /both from the rural districts of : North Carolina trul never met Until they teamed up on the Chicago ; air show. 'They were married in •1935, and have two children. | With' the 'Midway part of the ,'Jair is a 1 side show, Congoland, 'featuring wild, animals from, all over the World; a monkey circus; a miniature sawmill and logging camp, and a Fly-O-Plane. iWhittemore Sailor Visit* Home Folks Walter Decker, S 1-c, arrived home the first of last week for a visit with his parents, Mr. and "Mrs. Win. Decker, Whittemore. He came from Okinawa after taking part in the invasion of that ,'island, the Philippines, Palau, Saipan, and Iwo Jima. He has been overseas 15 months and in service since a year ago last March. He was last home following boot draining at Farragut. . Algonan Returning S-Sgt. Harley E. Chambers, Algona, leaves Italy soon for the "United States.. He is with the First Tighter Group, oldest Fighter «utfit in the AAF. He has served overseas 19 months and has participated in 10 campaigns in the ^Mediterranean Theater of Operations. THURS, FRI., SAT., AUG. 16-17-18 Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Gaddeh Arc spending the week at Lake Okoboji. Harriet Clayberg is spending this week at Lake Okoboji. She is on vacation from the Gamble Store. Mrs. W. T. Giossi and son Bill and Ruby Murtha went to Clear Lake Tuesday to spend two weeks at a cottage. LaVcrlle Lone was bridesmaid at the wedding of her former Cedar Palls roommate, Kitty Harlan, in Marshalltown Sunday night. Mrs. John Haggard was called to her old 'home in Virginia, Minn., the first of the week by the illness of her mother Mrs. J. M. Thurston, : who had a heart attack. ,' Mrs. C. K. Bennett spent the week end at'Clarion attending a fathily gathering Which honored her nephew just back from.Oki- nawa for a 30-day furlough.; Mrs. Thais Beugfhley, who has been spending the week at Lake Okoboji, . spent Wednesday ; here to help With the Presbyterian Thanksgiving services in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egrel of the Irvington vicinity and Owen Egel, daughter b£ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest D. Egel, were Sunday dinner guests at the Chris, Jensen farm home. .' < 'Rev. and Mrs. Leo Best are in Oskaloosa this week attending -the Iowa District Camp Meeting and Assembly. Marilyn Blanchard is with them representing the local Church of the Nazarene. Mr. and Mrs. -Win. Runge and family spent nine days last week at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Leonore Peck, Mrs. Homer Clark and son, Bill Stebritz and Jeanne Esther Hanson were their guests.- E. H. Plttman and son, Clayton, are spending the week at Lake Okoboji. Clayton 'is office and credit manager for the Firestone Co. in Waterloo. Mrs. Pittman joined them Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Clara Craft and her mother, Mrs. Mary Dudek, spent last week -at Clear (Lake. This week Mrs. Craft, who is on a two weeks vacation from the Western Buyers, is visiting at Belle Plaine. Mrs. Don Musslcr of Cedar Rapids is visiting Mrs. S. W. McKinney at the home of the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester DeBolt. Mrs. McKinney will return to Cedar Rapids with her for a few days. Harry Baker arrived in Algona Sunday for a visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baker, Sr., and other relatives'. Harry is foreman- for a large paint contractor on the waterfront • in San Francisco. .He plans to be in Algona about a week. Marccllft Thill is spending the week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Thill of near LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mcrgen are parents of their first child, a girl, toorn at the Kossuth Hospital Friday' evening and weighing 7 Ibs. 2 oz. She had been named Donna Jo. Mrs. J. ti. Haverley of Wesley spent Monday visiting here with her mother, Mrs. Mathilda Johnson, and sister, Mrs. W, J. Becker. Mrs. Johnson had her shoulder hurt a month ago and is steadily improving. Jerry Bob, young son of Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Anderson, returned home Friday after a two weeks visit with his aunt Mrs. A. P. Nel- sort, and grandparents, We. .and Mrs. A. O, Sonnerholm, at Britt. They also accompanied him to Algona and spent the day here. Chester Call, a son of the late Ambrose A. Call, founder of Algona, is in Algona for a visit with his sister, Mrs. A. Hutchison, and many old friends. Chester has considerable property interests here which calls him to Algona occasionally,- also. He lives in Kansas City, where he is In the insurance business. Elizabeth Marjorie Johnson, of Scarsdale, N. Y., is the houseguest this week of Patricia McEnroe. She arrived Wednesday. Miss Johnson and Miss McEnroe were classmates their junior year In college at Briarcliff college for women in Soiux City, Miss Johnson expects to, Visit at Sioux City and places in the Dakotas. Miss'Johnson was in New York City at the time that the airplane rammed the Empire State Building and saw at close quarters the catastrophe which killed 13 persons. , f A picnic dinner was held Sun,day at the Dry M. G. Bourne home for a few relatives who were visiting here. Mrs. Bourne's brothers, Mervin Sarchet of Racine, , Wis., and Earl D. Sarchet and wife antJ daughter, Linda, of Mason City spent Sunday here; another brother, Woodrow Sarchet and wife and two children, Judith and Myron, of Biwabik, Minn., came Saturday night to spend the week visiting here with the Bournes and the V V. Naudains, and also at Titonk with 'Mrs. Sarchet's bro'ther, Ar thur Hike and family. Follow^ their visit, here the Woodrow Sar ohets will! go to Albany, Ore where Woodrow has accepted position as instructor of instru mental music at'the high schoo in Albany. Others attending th picnic dinner Sunday were M and Mrs. C. M. Maland of Elmon Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. V. V Naudain of Algeria. Mrs. Malan and Mrs. Naudain are aunts of th Sarchet brothers and Mrs. Bourne Thost thecklng worac •tart radio's Crlm* Doctor off on hit most amazing caitl wtUKttUlir ,, KICK: OMAN • mm scon • SIEWDI (j ttai u Iti pcjito C5J Mi tana 1™J~# SWEA-EAGLE GIRL WEDS MEDIAPOLIS MAN IN CANDLELIGHT CEREMONY Co-Hlt Jimmy Wakely In "SPRINGTIME IN TEXAS" Serial '^Mystery of River Boat" SVN-, MON., TVES,, WED. ''AUG. 19-20-21-38 T! Swea-Eagle: Miss Elizabeth An derson, daughter of Mr. and Mr Arthur E. Anderson, became th bride of T-Sgt. Alvin J. Nelson son of Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Nelson of Mediapolis, in a candleligh ceremony at 9 p. m. Friday at th First Presbyterian church in La kota. Rev. O. H. Fierking, of Du buque, read the double-ring cere mony. Miss Ruth Anderson was organ 1st and played Lohengrin's weddin march. Albert Anderson, brothe of the bride, was soloist. He sani "I Love You Truly" and "O Prom ise Me" preceding and during th ceremony, . White Chiffon Gown The bride, wno was given in marriage by net • father, wore ; gown of white fchiffon with sweetheart neck?and a fitted bo dice of hand-emjbroidered barred chiffon. Her long Veil fell from a coronet of pearls &nd she carried a bouquet of re$i roses with shower of stepharibtis. She als wore cameo earrings and brooch gifts of the bridegyom. They wen brought from Rome, Italy. Mrs. William Biddle, sister o the groom, was matron of honor She wore a nice^hlue crepe gown and- carried a bouquet of pink gladioli and. white snapdragons Bridesmaids were Miss Joan Anderson and Mrs. Vernon Smith One wore a gown of pink and the other one of blue frosted organdy Each carried nosegays, of .mixed gladioli and snapdragons. Flower Girl Janice Kay Stoeber,; flower girl wore a floor-length gown of pink organdy and carried a basket 10! pink sweet peas. Ringbearer Arlm Olson wore a brown suit. T-5 Virgil Peterson was bes man. The gromo and best man wore their army uniforms. Arthur Anderson, Albert Anderson and Rev. Fierking wore white carnation boutonnieres. The ushers Miss lola-Tobin and Miss Mildred Paulson, wore pink gowns, }; , Bride's Mother < The bride's mpther wore blue with % corsage of white daisies and sweet peas. The mqther of $6 groom was attired in Wack with » corsage of white gladioli and snapdragon, Following the service a recep, tion was held In the church, parlor, decorated with baskets o* garden floweri A «vfttwgi wedding cake topped .with soldier g?« and bride was the centerpiece •je face's t9We,. fcimoheon A tworgoujrse luncheon was awry, e4 to 150 guests including relgtiv- £B(J IriendJ- -Olrt'Ol-tpwn r""° were Mr- ami M/S, _Aj?Yi4.» Galc-m? Butt and Biddle, Medjapejisj W. «»d,..Wl« Clifford Anderson and leiw'Mwiys jwwj Wf~ "^"^jD* and daughter Ardene, Albert Lea Minn., and Mrs. O. H. Fierkin Dubuque. The ,bride is a .graduate of th Swea City high school and attend ed Dubuque University for a year later completing nurses training a the Kahler School of Nurses, Ro Chester, Minn. Last year she wa a nurse • in Boulder City, Nev working under government civj service. The groom has been in the arm ed service four years, servin overseas 18 months in the medica corps with the 5th army in Europe He returned to the States a week ago. He will report to Camp Bowie Tex., Sept. 7 for further assign ment. The couple left for a, honeymoon trip to Minneapolis and northern Minnesota. , ' • Sgt. Paul Dahlhauser Returning To States Sgti Paul P./'Dahlhauser, whose father Peter J. Dahlhauser lives a Whittemore, is returning * to ; thi United States after completing 33 months of duty in the South, Central and Southwest Pacific, He is an aircraft mechanic with a heavy bomber group and has participated in 10 major campaigns, beginning at Guadalcanal. He was employed at West Benc as a. mechanic before entering service and has a distinguished uni citation with a bronze oak lea: cluster and the Asiatic-Pacific campaign ribbon with 10 battle stars. 1 "The Farmers FrTenfl" West Bend Elevator Co, B. W, Jurgens, JVIgr. West Grain" Feed - Seed - Coal Grinding - Felco Feeds Processors of Soy Beans , This elevator company, Ipcatec at West Bend, has long been known pver this territory and has always been -popular with the larroers of West Bend and community, They feej that they are always assured the best prjges and honest weights. This cprapany handles a large volume of grain each year ww ;hey alsp sell an excellent line of seeds, and cpaJ at a popular They hgye always been found bopstjns and supporting any loca] lse whlph was, known ts for the, betterment of the po munity. They art in touch at all Imes with the best outlet for th^r [rain and\are therefore in position <. part towards Dean Olsen and Malf Ida Saftd- berg are delegates to the northern district of the Luther League Convention at Mansoh to be held August 24 to 23. Rev. E. K, Nelson of the First Lutheran'Church will be a speaker at the contention on Sunday evening, Aug. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan left Tuesday for Little Falls. Minn. They will be gone a week. The Douglasses will visit their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wayne Douglas and two children Bruce and Judy, and the Morgans plan to do some fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tuttle of Blue Earth, Minn., are visiting here with their daughter,. Mrs. W. O. Ringgenberg. They came to see their granddaughter and husband, Lt. and Mrs. Duane C. Lighter, before they left for Miami, Fla., Sunday, Aug, 5. They are returning home Saturday. Dr. I. J. Werncrt of Pittsbunr, Pa., came Tuesday morning and will spend until next Thursday visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. I. Wernert. Dr, Wernert's wife and daughter were unable to come .because of transportation facilities. Dr. Wernert is the head chemist of the D. K. Elliott Co. of Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips and daughter Aria Dean and son Larry, of Albert Lea, Minn., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Phillips. On Sunday the Paul Phillips family, Mrs. Jenny Phillips and the Harold Phillips family, all of LuVerne, joined them for a picnic dinner at the Elmer Phillips home. Don Deal, Don French and Richard Mathes, left Tuesday noon for Minneapolis, Minn., where they expect to visit for about a Week. They are the sons of the Bert Deals, W. P. Frenches and Lyle Mathese, respectively. The boys drove up in Don Deal's "old flivver" so the trip may prove quite interesting before it is over. • Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lakin of Ruthven were callers Sunday afternoon at the Kossuth hospital lo see the latter's Sister, Mrs. Mike Miller, who has been confined to the hospital since March 29, Lee Manning, also of Ruthven, and step-father of Mrs. Miller, accompanied the Lakins. Mrs. Miller is the mother of Mrs. Ernest D. Egel of Algona, Mrs. J. W. Duston and Mrs. Anna Rupe of Des Moines spent from Friday until Tuesday of last week visiting here with their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Herb Hedlund and family. Mrs. Hedlund's brother, John Duston, and family spent Sunday visiting here. They were on their way home to Des Moines after spending a vacation at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Zerbe and two sons and Frances Metzger, of Winfield, came Tuesday for a visit until Monday at' the home of Mrs. Zerbe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Seaman. Jack is owner and publisher of the Winfield Beacon. Prior to going to Winfeld several years ago he owned and published the Wesley News-World, but disposed of his interests there this spring after the editor, Mr. Hospers, gave up publication of the paper. Sunday dinner guests at Me home of Mr, and Mrs. Ray Muller of West.Bend were Cpl. and Mrs. Henry Pfeffer, Pvt. Michael Pfeffer, Alva Grice of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Mike Pfeffer and John and Walter Pfeffer of Algona. The men ' are brothers of Mrs. Muller, who is the former Marie Pfeffer. Henry has just completed a 30-day furlough at home after serving overseas in the ETO. He reports lo Camp Grant, 111., Aug. 16. Michael had been a German prisoner for 11 months and was liberated in June of this year. He has been on a 60-day furlough at home. He reports back to Hot Springs, Ark., Aug. 21. Mrs. Muller received a letter Friday from her third brother, Pfc. Francis Pfeffer, stating that he is in Bremerhaven, Germany. Firsts for Fall An exact copy of your favorite sailor's pea- coat . . . anchor buttons and all! Takes beautifully to skirts ' and slacks, dresses, too. Popular short length. Navy Pea coat. . 17.95 Right anywhere, anytime and over practically anything, the Chesterfield is everybody's love! That's why we took great care to select these choice models in many delectable colors. Bright Chesterfield . . . 22.75 to 49.50 patronage and e J«gate4 feiere, There's More NOW IN SIGHT FOLGffiS COFFEE Drip or 1 Ib. Grape JUICE pint 196 regular ....... ........... jar_ iLv V NECTAR Grapefruit JUICE 46 oz 29c CARNATION MILK National Shredded WHEAT WHEAT1ES Kellogg's Raisin BRAN. Imitation Black PEPPER Pickling SPICE VINEGAR lOc lOc lOc 19o We gal; &VV Assorted COLD MEATS Ilb 14c OLE vveefo. an «n-ed i n f u --- Large PRUNES RAISINS New CABBAGE ! Ib. Sweet. A ' POTATOES V Ibs. GRAPE-FRUIT 4c 29c 3 f 29c Sunkist LEMONS.... Bartlett PEARS California CARROTS.... 6 for29C doz. p!)C 2 *» 19c ELBERTA Peaches Per Crate $2.09 FRESH FROZEN SUGARED Apricots AND BingCheries Cobbler POTATOES 15 Ib pk 59c WATERMELON AVOCADOES T YffAWX FLOUR SALE KITCHEN»E ,.„„., 59ft , ^ $1.98 CONSUMERS §9 Ib. S1.89 Clinton SURE JELL .... 10c Ball Zinc CAPS 296 Lewis LYE SOILAX .3 for 25C 23c Lifebuoy and Lux TOILET SOAP Fly SWATTERS Sunshine Krispy CRACKERS COOKIES .. 81ta .39e DrM . - ,' ;'.,,- •' PEACHEj ;i ,;„ i,,,39g 'DILL wr|f ''' !C "^*^'*'
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month