The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1945 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1945
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THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SEPT. 20-21-22 DOUBLE FEATURE MtO'J ftUDIN"... and fUNNIN' WITH A HOCK Of HIll-IIUY KIUW-OIIKMI W1CE LESSEfi PRESTON GAIL FOSTER-PATRICK FUN FOR THE FAMILY SATURDAY NIGHT SUNDAY, MONDAY, SEPT. 23-24 BRACKEN ev<wic LAKE Henry King • Roy NoMa."• Joo fieicltman TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 25-20-27 WEDNESDAY, SEPT 26TH AT 11:30 P. M. 11:30 P. M.—MIDNITE SHOW—11:30 P. M. Tickets Now On Sale—Selling Capacity Only, Price 65c HORRORS RJces Wed 25 irears-- ,-',, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice held open house Saturday evening al their new home on north Thoring. ton in honor of their silver weeding anniversary. About 200 guests called from 4:30 until 7:00. Light refreshments were served With Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles and Mrs H. M. Hauberg pouring. Out of town guests were the Rice daughter Mrs Charles DuCharme anc children Charles and Julie of Grosse Point Farms, Mich., Mrs. W. L. Hagerhorst of Eagle Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Auner and Mrs. Josephine Pruyn of Des Moines. Assisting hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chris- chilles, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg, Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh. Assisting in the dining room were Joan Pletch, Ann Stillman and Marjorie Dewel. Following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Rice entertained their assisting hosts and hostesses and the out of town guests at their home. The Rices received numerous _ifts of flowers and silver in honor of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Rice were married Cheyenne, Wyming, where Mrs. Rice's parents lived at the time, and have lived their entire married life in Algona. Mr. Rice has been in the theatre business since prior to his" marriage and ins given freely of his time to civic affairs. Anniversary Honors- Four Corners: A one o'clock dinner was served at the Q. A. Bjustrom home, Four Corners, Sunday, Sept. 16, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom of Algona, whose silver wedding anniversary occurred Saturday, Sept. 15. Hostesses were Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom, Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, Mrs, liff Bjutrom, Mrs. Anna Bjustrom and Mrs. Frank Moulton, the latter a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom. In addition to the above, those attending were Lawrence Bjustrom and family, Stratford. Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom served the dinner. There was a three-tier wedding cake, decorated with paper silver jells around the edge, there being a bell for each wedded year, and a minature bride and groom and silver wreath decorated the cake's top. Among gifts received by the couple was $25 in silver presented MORE HOG FEEDING VALUE! MultiRICH Sargent Minral Meal gives you 5 great improvements —**- added to the original Minral Meat Meal formula,—at no increase in price: More Protein %£!* Minerals /More Vitamins ADDED DIGESTIVE ENZYMES Tailor-made to help you feed out your hogs on LESS CORN. Costs no more than average minerals- feeds twice as far as tankage. Stop in for a bag today. Minral Meal WHITE'S MARKET Phone 631 E. State by Andrew Bjustrom, Roy's fath' er, and his brothers Cecil* Qtilh ten, Milan and Cliff. Another $28 gift was received from Mr; she Mrs. Frank Moulton. A salt and pepper shaker was also presented At 5:30 p. m. another dinner was served to those remaining in honor of Andrew Bjustrom, whose birthday was Sent. 17»A birthday cake featured the latter event. Mnry Lamuth Married-— Mary jLamuth, daughter of Matl Lamuth, was married to Hollls Raymond Boswell of Corning Saturday, September 8, at 3 p. m. j in St. Ambrose Cathedral, Des Moines. The Rev. Hyland officiated. The bride, wearing a beige suit with brown accessories and a gar* denia corsage with white roses and white tuba roses, was attended by Sophie Stovich, who wore a white suit with black accessories and a corsage of red roses. Donald Boswell, brother of the groom, was best man. Also attending the ceremony were Phyllis Rich of Algona, Ruth Joke of Spencer, Gladys Peterson and Mrs. Isabel Meiggs of Des Moines. The girls are in nurses training and Mrs. Meiggs is their house mother. Mr. Boswell recently received a discharge on points from the army air corps. He served three years in the sevice, part of which were spent overseas. He is now employed in Des Moines. The.couple will temporarily reside at 1103 7th St., Des Moines. ; —o— Eva Lee Smith's Wedding- Last week's Upper Des Moines carried a wedding write-up of Eva Lee Smith to Herbert Wallace in which it was stated that they were married secretly Sunday morning in the Methodist church in Omaha, Nebr. However, since the newlyweds' return Wednesday, it has been learned that the couple was married Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. in the Methodist parsonage at Hiawatha, Kansas. Both their parents knew of the approaching marriage. Ervin Luedtke of Fenton also went with them and was best man along with Clarice Riebhoff who attended the bride. The Rev. Hasti performed the ceremony. A-reception was held Sunday at the parental W. Ray Smith home. Approximately 30 relatives of the Smiths attended. A shower for Mrs. Wallace was held Monday afternoon at the E. J. Eischeid home. Reception for Teachers— A reception was given at the Congregational church Tuesday from 4:30 to 7:00 o'clock for the teachers in the public . schools. Those receiving were Miss Esther Quinby, Mrs. Richard Cowan, Mrs. August Slagle, Sev. and. Mrs, J. P. Clyde and Mrs. Dana Paxson. Mrs. E. W. Lusby and Mrs. A. L. Long poured. Mrs. C. C. Shierk gave two piano numbers, "Aber- esque" by Debussy and "Fi^lan- dia" by Sibelius. Two' vocal numbers were given by Mrs. W..'G.' Bourne, "Molly O'Day" by Edw. German and "Look for the Silver Lining" by Jerome Kern. The four numbers were greatly enjoyed. In closing Rev. Clyde gave a few words of welcome to the teachers. About a hundred guests were present. —o— John Deere Picnic— The Kossuth County Implement Store employee will have a picnic this evening at Call State Park. Those attending will be the owners, Mr. and Mr?. Orville F. Drennan, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. August Hang, Rudolph and Theresa Harig, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Nelson, Herbert Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kettleson, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller and .Tohn Lawless. Mr. Miller is the Tohn Deere block man and Mr. Kettleson is his assistant. Mr. Lawless is to be manager of the electrical department of the store which is opening Saturday of this week. Sorority Benefit Party— The Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sponsored a benefit party Tuesday evening at the riome of Mrs. Don Smith. Twenty- four members and guests attended Erma Lea Deal received hign prize and Emogene Metzger received low prize for court whist. There will be a benefit carnival Sunday at the club room at Mrs. Dennis Pratt's beginning at 2:00 p m. All members are asked to bring their white elephants to Jean Miner. Honor Mrs, Schmitt— Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmitt had „ birthday dinner Sunday for the former's mother Mrs. Theresa Schmitt of Whittemore who celebrated her 88th birthday on Saturday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schmitt, Mrs. Laura Brogan and daughter Bonnie, Mrs. Stanley Brogan and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thill and son Gene of Whittemore. SEE THESE ELECTRIC DRIUS $25.50 ELECTRIC TOOL GRINDER $29.50 Electric Soldering Irons Steel Wheel Barrows 5/16 and 3/8 Chain •Kohlhaac Hardware, dinner M6H gona counlEfy *to, Intf then" Went ta .the.hpffie of M*s. And? Jdhftsofi where. Edith : Welter aft'dV Mfs'. Johnson had charge of a social elr* ening. An out of town gU6»t was Mrs. johhsan's slater, Mrst Keipp of Fergus falls, Minn. Country Clutt Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sauberg, Mr. attd Mrs, Mekar Falkehhaln« er and Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Lyfieh entertained •?() guests at the AU gona country club Thursday evert- ing. Dinner waS served followed by a social evening. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Malllnger, Pastor . Masses at 7:00 8:30 and 10:00. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, September 23: 9:45 a. m., church school. 10:45 a. m, morning worship. Sermon by the minister, "The Road Ahead." - snip/ fit • Barfeifl Moo _ tsjmf£; S«'lp83i:;lf John Pi Clyde, Minister Sunday" school at lOiOO; < GhurcW Service at ll;0ci, BeMbft theifte, Values of a Myth;.;-, • . Pilgrim fellowship at, fiftd.;^ HOSPITAL NEWS GENERAL HOSPITAL Sepi. 15: Mrs. Dick Helpers, Algona, girl. Sept. 18: Mrs. Donald Edwards, Algana, surgery; Marcella Agnes/ West Bend, surgery. Sept. 19: Bbnnie Cockrel, Brltt, surgery! Marvin CalhoUtt, Al* gona, surgery. KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Sept. 13: Mrs. Arthur Olson, Algona, medical. .•',•: Sept; 14: Fred Kent, Algona, medical. Sept. 15: Eddie Lalng, Algona, fractured arm. Sept. 17! Mrs. Louis Hagg, Algona, medical. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SEPT. 20-21-22 SERIAL, "MYSTERY OF THE RIVER BOAT" SUN., MON., TUBS., WED.^ SEPT. 23-24-25-26 ,. BOB NOUN AND THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS GALE STORM SIR AUBREY SMITH • JOHN MACK BROWN CONRAD NAGEL > MARY BOUND FRANK CRAVEN. JOHNNY DOWNS A MONOGRAM PICTURED WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26 MIDNIGHT 11:30—CALL THEATRE Stage Show Attraction "ASYLUM OF HORRORS" Personal Appearance of Frankenstein Tickets for Seating Capacity Only. Now on Sale Box Office or Mail. Price 65c. .'^^^•^^ Thrifty Payment Plan Available 59 95 $1.25 per week Payable Monthly NOW ON DISPLAY The first brand new Qoronadp Washer since 1942. . Check these Corongdo features when you visit owr store; lajrge porcelain twfej cadmium plated wringer; inassiye balloon rolls; large, high rape agitator; sealed-Jn-. oil transnussion and lifetime motor, We have worked pwt ft Plan seems th§ mos t sft$s|8JJtory for the of the gift washers, are aati^Uy limited . day and tod »«*' tow te p«*ebjif » ww Corona4o washer. at Gh^tcns^rt 1 ! Monday, September 24 ^ We offer this 90th Albrecht "Anniversary collection? of furs designed, created and proudly presented by^; the'largest manufacturing furrier in America. ? Select your new Fur Coat Now! , : -4] Exclusive "Albrecht'? Agency. Mark Your Calendar Sept. 24th "" . Sorensen Specials Cauliflower, large fancy heads, each 25C Waldorf White Soda Crackers, 2 lb 2§| Clinton Puddings, vanilla, . v^ chocolate or butterscotch....3 pkgs- |Qg; School Girl Peanut Butter, qt. jar..... 45c Swans Down Cake Flour, pkg............27ci Asparagus, fancy cut tips, No. 2 can 33^ Tomato Juice, 46 oz. can..... — - 23lS; Green Beans, No, 2 canl.......;,2 cans 23C; Apricot Jam, 1 lb, jar Dill Pickles, qt. jar Kraft Dinner, no points.,.,.,..,.2 pkg«- I9l| La France.,..,.... , w ,,. v ...3 pkgs. Tidy House Paint Cleaner, Pears, Peaches, Prunes for Canning ' •• .• ": " ; ' - ; • ..." '•.-'- : .' •' .' .. : - - ,• <^ : Fresh Frozen Pineapple "-• "^ '•? \ ' Fresh Celery, Tomfttp^s, Carrots, Green Peppers, Hes4 l*ettwse, '' Squash, Sweet Potatpes, Yftms, Peaches, Pears, ,Bk • Frejh --Side | .. . „. - ^;;-4;SD#W'si^|%*gsV5-5?4t*r|yplr! ; •»"•• •• --,»»•••- i-^ov-.j-. • ; --Ki---i%jfc^m s f,|fe;|^Sto% 1 |0c|8;S^^I»«f*;**f%W;CJiip|i

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