The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 22, 1945
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t, Michael's Cath* 6iia chtoch was'the scene of an iiffipresslvr wedding Tuesday mowing, N6v, 20, when Carolina AfMievKollflsch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Charles ft. koliaseh, b^ eattle thfe bHde of Clarence Sor- mahtl, Softvdf Mr. aftd Mrs. Mike Bermann. Bode, the KeVi William Velt> performed the nuptial ,mass , aha. single ring ceremony before jt.largevhost ~of relatives and ffteftds, Nuptial musk was, played by. Slstfer Mary Leo. Louis Rbl- wsch brother of the brldd sang Ave Marie. Other hymns Were sung by Mr. and Mrs. ftlenald • Sfite attd.,Vlnceht Wilson. the bride was given in marrii age by hei« father, the matron of honor wasrJo,Anne Kollasch., sister of the bride. .Attending the groom as best man was his brother Harold Bormann," , Dedicate Plaque; at Lakota Itt Memory of 2, Who Died .ALGONA Ushers were Ivan Kohlhaas and Milo Kollasch. Following "the wedding ceremony a' reception was -held 'at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Bormann attended Presentation Academy from which she •graduated and for a number off years she was employed in the C. | L. Cavanaugh drug store, and for. ;the .past;- two she was employed with the KossUth County Credit Bureau at .AlgOria.Xv The groom graduated from the St. Joseph's; Academy at -St. Joe, and since, his '.graduation" he has. been' farming 'with his;father. • .'; '.': After < they ! return from llieir; •honcyinpon: 'they, -will be at nome •southwest of 'Algeria on the groom's father's farm; : Lutheran Guild Clcstii-- ':••--'•• '•• Members of 'St> Paul's Lutheran 'Men's- Club held--'" their rp.gulsr meeting^Tuesday evening, Nov.i 13 A dedication service Was held at the Presbyterian church Suh day morning for the outside bul lettn board honoring Captain Virgil Lewis and the inside board honoring Ralph Geefdes. Both boys gave their lives in service overseas. P-vt. Clifford Knutsoh is spending a 21*day furlough at home. Melbourne Jones is home on A ;ermlnal leave from overseas Service, , ' Mrs. Merrill Westerlund and ion Paul visited at the Peter Westerlunds In Bricelyn, 'Minn., ast week. Mrs. August Klocks and Mrs. ''fed Mabus entertained the Lu- heran Aid society at the church parlors Wednesday, Nov. 7. ' Mr. and Mrs, Ray Hertekc and wr. and Mrs. Einer Ravn drove o Iowa City Saturday for the Iowa-Minnesota football game. Pvti Clifford Knutson,.wife and With Mr. Elbert's parents Mr. and Mrs. J, V. Elbert and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family, Lotts Creek, visited. Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Potratz's parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry SchuHz. . Sam Mogler and Paul Banwart' left last week Tuesday night for! :BlufftOWn, Ind., where they at-! tended a Christian Apostolic conference. . . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer | dre the parents of a daughter born Friday at the McCreary hospital. They have twoother children a boy and girl . .'.'-'.-Mr. and Mrs/William Mielke, iNOrthwood, were Whlttemore calibers .last •week Wednesday visiting 'at the home of Mrs. Emilie Siems and Mrs. Herman Gade. ... Word was received here by relatives Monday morning that First Lieutenant Meta Gade has arrived, at San Pedro, Calif., early that 1 morning from the South PadfV Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Sr ,' Mr. and Mrs.-William Meyp'- Jr.. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and fanrly. Mr nn^ '""-• •Leonard Meyer helped 'Albert Mever. LnHs Creek, celebrate hi? birthday Sunday evening. son Eugene spent last weekend visiting Clifford's parents Mr. and Mrs. Eric Knutson at Blue Earth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Ukena took their son Paul and wife to Des Moines, Thursday where Paul met friends whofti they accompanied to camp In Texas. Mrs. Paul Kollasch, M^s. W. E. Gutknecht and Mrs, Delia Smith were callers at the Dwight Smith home and also drove to Blue Earth Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Margaret Warburtoh, Des Moines, came via bus Friday and visited her sisters and their hus- bans the J. H. Warburtons and F. G. TorineS. Mrs. Harry War» burton and daughter Ruth Were also Sunday guests. •Mesdames Frances Adams and Guy Beemer Were hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid society Thursday afternoon. Following the business meeting Mrs. Adams had charge 'of devotions. Mrs. Fred Schroeder gave a talk on "Women of the Bible." Enjoy Shuffleboard The Lutheran Brotherhood met at the town hall November 15 and the men entertained their wives. Shuffle board furnished entertainment with a husband and wife playing as a team and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nltz won the tournament. Leonliard Christ and Raymond Hertzke - were hosts. Mrs. Bertha Spear i.-f Algona brought Wilbur Zoller hoine Sunday following; his discharge from a camp in Texa^. A family, gathering was held at,,thc home- nf "Grandma" Mrs. Peter Hans Sunday. Among those present i were the Walter Hans, the Ahren Hans, Mrs. Spear and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. :Shultz of Lone Rock. MolNES, ALGONA, IOWA Swea City Major Write* From Japan Swea City; Major Gail #«,«=, writes his parents the. C, H, K6s lers that he is now in Tokyo*, where he is in charge of (Construction engineering, Major Kesler's wife and- children are living in Minneapolis, Mrs. Clyde Butterfield/ arid two-year-old son, of California* spent last week her* visiting relatives. Mrs. Jennie McCrarjK'is spelid' ing this week with her Son WaltV er, superintendent of schools a Dunbar, Iowa. Mrs. Warren Schram, who hai been visiting her mother, Mrs Jennie McCrary,, left suhda; evening for her hohlei in Chi' cago. Mr. and Mrs. C, H. were Saturday and Sunday visitors at Ellsworth, la., to meet a sister of Mrs. Kesler's who has been in California the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. F. Treat, Swea City, returned home from Em-' metsburg a week ago Wednes-'. day, where Mr. Treat had spent! several weeks in a hospital, due to injuries received when he fell from a tree. Mr. and". Mrs. Willard Harris! and daughter of St. James, 1 Minn.,'.atid''Mr. and Mrs. Renn. | Kluger, Des: Moines, Were guests Sunday Of'their parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kluger. Another 1 daughter of the Klugers, now Mrs. Walter Meihe, is here from Ontario, Calif., with her husband, i They expect to be here until the?! Friday following Thanksgiving. Chick Pirices ;$»r Jan.-Feb. Delivery WHITE EiE<SM@RM: JSSlifcftn per 100 100 StartediiGhicks at Reasonable!'Prices. GetiWKati¥ou Want! Navy Release Due George L. Andersen, CMl-c, ITSNR, of Algona, was reported as o nhis way 'home in a' New news release from Pearl Harbor. He was returning on the USS Nevada. He was to reoort at a separation'cen- ter for Phone' 581 From LJAAIVC SUPER-VALU Serve Yourself and Save ALGONA CREAMERY BUTTER „ 47 C Large package :pf : ,e\ection of .off lifers .'for the en- :suiti«>>e^r.i ftJagnr^a.jMf'ahs' was namert president LVlt.rPeHl, vice '] prrsiqetjnf: H. W." .Behrtlre.% Kenr.?-. i tariff arid Hugo/ MSyer, treasurer- «Tfehry*, schu,Usf,";F)-ed >and TCrwin ;' Sl.riiecker. atirt- Au^uSt'.Vanrjt, Sr., I iyere,<.on the 'serving .committee. • '•;' Injurtd Boy Home— .Marion Hylnk, poc 'Arthur Helmke, drove .'to- Sioux City in the Swanson nmbu'ance , Thursday morning whore '• they 'Went,/to. get Mr,' Helrnke's son Wifliam, iwho.fcll two weeks ago in the.driveway from the avcviiead rkranary floor to •' the concrete breaking his back. H,e! is reported ' :&a doing well and,soon' will be up and around as-usual: ; Evelyn Voigt js Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson,-Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs.^William Wehr- spann.-Ottosenj visited,:with-'rela- ; tiv'es, Sunday. ;';. • •; Elsie Helmke, Algona, spcn-t the week f^'with :her ..parents Mr, "' and Mi'fi.'^.'H. Helmke, '** Mjj;'andj> Mrs, J.i J. R&sendahl 1 and'sqpvDai^ny'were-Sunday dinner guests "at the "William Meyer Jr. home. "-,-'.'.; Arthur Heidenwith was In Lone "-R<}ck. Monday and. Tuesday of. this WeeH Ipying linoleumat'the Lone R<fck' parsonage, ; !• •. Francis Elbert ai\d son Gayle, Salina,.Kan,, are visiting .here Keep Your Farm Records ,.. -it'' i < s, we reasoned, is ho time X to offerfolks a car th|t stops with artful faceflilting. , - P It has been nearly four: years .since purist new :$4$jfc was built - it would-be ^^ooting square now to f give you less - ' «. » - -jft;-v • that in some cases exceed those straight-eight that's even live- of iiaircraft engine production. Her than in 1942, m. 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