The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1945 · Page 9
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Weekend visitors . her paiJents, Mr. Henderson. i Wayne Jones and all, of Cennison :' 8 ue9t9 a* the mother Mrs. Art • c ALOONA UPPER DBS. MOINES, ALGONA, IOWA Stork LfUeral} Swea City jlQteeats Three Boys, OneGfrl Swea City: The/stork was lib* §uf tif fieNio and era l wlth lh e baby allotment at eaton, Minn., Sun day.' morning immediately 1 fbl l"wng;the worship Service in the ™-' 1 : ' nous Wittehburg performed the dou- . fc AsJthir<bridaT,party antefetf the church,. Werner Horn played Lo SPSS- 'Mendel March tyas • used i for ____. v . : - The;Mdb :was givcrr-jri ,,, ul - riage by her father. Miss Viola Schipull, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid.:. Alen Lupkes of -Wheaton, Minn., brother of the : ;groom, was best man. Sharon Horn was' ;the flower girl and Jerry Horn was the ring bearer. "•After the Ceremony, a wedding dinner was giVen in the church and . On Nov. of ti-l And also ott the 14th Mrs. '.;Aivi4ssrj..manan,:, Tnomas of Ti- - U1C '^ u> mr - «nq Mrs. tonka .spent 'frbhi Monday until Wm - Beck became parents of their W«*Hnn(ii1rio-vis(ttri» n* 4U- i—„_ second child, hnth IJ!HC- fti« ««,;, . oay un - ens o er %ajje^day; visiting at the homek e ? ond c ^ lld ' both girls.. The nevv of.'hei'-ptirenta Mr. and Mrs. E. B. P aby is Barb arn J« and her daddy THdrhflsP •••'/'<> . is in service in Japan. ' > . . 'M4rle Thompson, who is em- A. third child, Edward .Tames, ' P 6^ed fa * savage in, Kanawha. o h Nov ...thaj'Weekend,fli the homei m - ., -v. ~ ~> ."•• Hi, /mother ^I;>,Wi=| &^.^o^afe^ Capt. Don Patterson And. Family Visit' Parents At Thorii'ps6n. Henry Pergande was in !"na ..Friday,af<ter : boon where I ~ , . ••., ° 0 ° rents! - Dcrnlcl Albert is Ihei - r ° " -.* **««.>' v uiitui ijuun wnere i - - . S J™$« s i?' d T ±,-'?!»•.-— Fifteen, women, and eleven, high u^i ....j.^i. were enumeratotg — -, —-- MWJJ- uciUgJll/G General hospital there; i . , Mr. arid Mrs. Wilson-Legler ac- ?- ,?. -v—---••".- ^.. u ... C iuium compnnied-. her sisier^and broth- u ? wa rcl 'Sious census tnk r ei^in^laU*. Mr. and "'."»' i.on-h*™ )„„< .,.~_i- m,.-.. , ... ting : to Son: biego, u ' OBtweek ' They Miss, of Mrs Elnor.a Schipull of LuVerne.'Thei ?, l . nne .T wa « prepared by Mrs. Em- iiie Behnkendorf - of. Lu Verne ana- Mrs. Otto Jagles of Hum- bOldt. : ..':'. ' -.The bride attended : schools in IJbyd where ' and Schufef"' Rl T J- Surt: Capt. and Mi's. DoHal Patterson and baby came u from Des Moines to spend th T*mno weekend with Capt. Patterson ,-nw;; P arents - M' 1 - nad Mrs.. G. W. Pat ,. uivert tersbn, Capt. Patterson recehtl received his separation paper's ft Weslover Field, Mass. 'He ,en tered the army October 31, 1941 at Houston, Tex. He was com missioned, second lieutenant May 21, 1042. On December 9, M)42 he was made n "first lieuterian and became a pilot at one... of-the West.India bases on May'1, 1943 For meritorious Work on patro duty over the Caribbean he was award, the air medal and oak leaf cluster. G> Smith and/A ' fa*' Henry nnd ' nn daughter .Mrs. Edwj.fi Mar- returned vhome. Fr'idai^ from ' - . at- funeral ; ser^ees, for •'.,-- -•-— .**j*^iiik/iiu. .'pi' Lake.and Mrs. .P. D. Schichtl G Esth ? ry|lle. vjsited Sunday'at th home., of their,; parents,' Mr. 'am Mrs. Otto Ramus ., ^ -'"f- -',-' Nle .lsbn was taken tc -the,;Lutheran :,hospital in For Dodge Friday Evening, where he underwent a major operation. It is : ,reported ..that .he is .getting along.,nicely at...this writing. Mr Nielson is-a farmer living northwest, of town.:. The: J. J. club met Friday af- tonoon at the home of Mrs Walter Hefti with 15 members a nd.s',one guest, Mrs. .William Mqeing- present. Mrs. Carl Gqeisch, president of the club, **..M>»I -..* ^business meeting: the-Iu"VernrvSnity aV; anrfor ^ Sd^rs"^ received his ..honorable discharge! from the army after being in the' service three years, having spent' some time in Iceland. Mr. and Mrs. Lupkes will make their home in Algona where he will be employed as a mechanic. Sale ^Grosses $425 The W. S".'C. S.'of the Methodist church realized over $425 from their bazaar and' chicken supper held Saturday. Tuesday Club Meeting The Tuesday club met Tuesday afternoon at the country h ° m e_of Mrs. Fred Merkle with Mrs. Ed Hof as assistant hostess. Eleven members and one guest, ; Mrs. Art Benschoter and son Dean, .of Bancroft, were present Mrs.| Paul Blumer gave a book ,' -review. ••'••:, ;i /, . , ; . *• ~, !.->••• • ' -. -- - '- ' . i To Wed on Sunday >... '* Miss Martha Fourage, daugh- : ;; ter of-Mr. and Mrs. Philip Four.?. age of Livermore find Harold ;| Ristau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen•1 ry, D. Ristau, will be married |:, Sunday^af ternoon-'at* 2 -o'clock, in I the Lutheran church .with Rev. |-,, L , ouis Wittenburg performing the I' ceremony.. Harold just received * ins honorable discharge from the i army, i Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williams ;. pj"" son Jerry visited' here'over the weekend. I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert French ; of ^Forest City spent-"the ~week- : end yjsi.ting Mr. and Mrs. C W Cote. i Miss Esther Merkle went to Meservey, Sunday, where she gave a talk on her mission work in Kentucky. Mrs. Raymond Pettigrew of Algona visited over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs , £.d Pergande. Richard Smith, who recently received his honorable discharge from the navy, started to work in the Corner-Store. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Surby of .Lavonne Wilson, Arleiie Peter' .gave.;a paper istory of -.Lu/ Verne. -.Shirkvhad Charge of tnexenterttiinrnent for thfe ' af ter- v LunclvAwas served' by the of the meet- '' ' . . . At Waslita spent .^siting . .iv*, vr:ecently, fell, and has -I_1 «i 1 • »» " '• '•••>• •__. T^uiiii. y ." ""'M uuj'ue j^munu, Phyllis .Tohnzon, Mariana, Peter- son . Arlene Griffith, Esther Genrich Betty Batton, .Daryl'Peterson and Betty-Beadle/ Miss Berniece Pearson spent th .Armistice week end with,her pa i,rents, Mr.'and Mrs. Olof'Pearson The first, open forum ' program ever held here by the .parent teacher association was a ieatiir of the November meeting. Th questions had 'to do with revisio of the secondary schools ctirri cula. Talks were given by Mrs Wm. -Thompson, Dr. Forbes an Mrs. Walter G. Smith respectively with Supt. H. H. Schuler as mod erator. A Thanksgiving program was t feature of the meeting . of tlic ladies Guild last week. The program consisted of a solo by Mrs J. August Peterson, a solo by Joyce Leland, a number by thp girls' glee club accompanied bj Mrs. Gregor Deim. Also , severa interesting articles were given by Mrs. Roy Kluger and Mrs. C. H Kisbe, who was program leader. ton of Washington, Dl C., has been visiting her since the first'-of the week. Iryington -Lady's Fiither Succumbs .Irvington: Mrs. Marie: Scuff ham received word last week .that her ather Had passed away in Wash- ngton state. Mr. -Lyons had been n very PQpr health,for, s,ometinje nd earlier in the fall Mrs. : Scuff- lam accompanied by. her brother ierman- Lyons went west to. visit To Wed November 27 le, Henry ^.f'' 8 ?, 1 ' T °ny Pace, Ellwood I, Ew Pet- ;Cltv ,' f a -' ls spending several weeks here at the J. B. McDonald home. He and Mary Jean McDonald are to be married November 27 at the Presbyterian church. The, two met in Seattle, wash., when:Mary was working her.e : ahd he was stationed there. Jig, .Thanksgiving Dinner ,- A., large Thanksgiving gathering was-held at the; Mrs; .Pe'tra Larson and Harvey Larson; home. Guests; included the Verne Teeters, Algona; Mrs. Marie- Christensen, the Clarence Christen- sens,. Ross Buffingtons,. and Ilo Buffingtons, ' Tit6nk'a ; '^he Ed mund Larson, and FranzlTeeters The Missionary Maidens wil meet. Saturday afternoon with Gladys Groen. Paul Olson arrived Saturday having received his discharge from the navy. ' The ', Glenn Teeters,, of Lone Rock, were Sunday dinner guests at the Franz Teeter home. Pyt. Wayne Ollom left Monday, for Fort Riley, Kans., after a ten-day furlough at home. Mr. and Mrs. W.. W. Boettcher and^J. NV Holding spent Sunday at the Clifford Holding honje. ,Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krugei- and laughter Marie were Sunday dinner guests at the Will - Rings- orf.horne. Mr./and Mrs. Donald kienit# pent the weekend with his : ''par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer j Kie- itz,.Lakota. - •? The iDale Dundass^ljajve rented ooms. at Mrs. Dora" Armstrong's.' The house in which they are-liv-' ng .was sold recently. f : M r-;and Mrs.jloy Peters on' and 1 on" RicftaVa.'^Ringsted, ^sited •om Sunday ,to Monday at ; the onald , Ringsdorf homo. -.; } ',-', Virginia • MeWhorter, wh J ! is a cadet, nurse at .Rochester, Minn spent the Weekend- With her paii ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Me Whorter. The .low.a ,: R.eligious census v/hich w^fi in charge of H. A Thompson, was completed" here last week, 12 ladies assisting in the work. ' Mrs. Chris Bolie entertained members of the Presbyterian Women's Council at a Thanksgiving tea, at I her home Wednesday afternoon, 1urMr - and'Mrs. H. 0. Buell and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, Algona, left Monday 'for* Rochester, Minn, whore Mvi> Buell was to have a check-up and treatment. M r ' and Mrs. Julius Heidcr and Willard . Wojahn, . Emmetsburg, werd ftiippbr guests Friday evening at the Emil Hasse home in honor ofiiAlbert Hasse's birthdav. Tli6 Fidelis ^Sunday school class will meet Wednesday, Nov. 28. Mrs.'G. J. F; Vogel and Mrs. I. U. Stow are hostesses. Mrs .'. L. Pratt will have charge of he games. The Rev. A. G. Heddle, Kaye loldmg, ack McMulIen, Shirley Lockwood, Helen Graham, Margaret Officer, and Deloris Black attended,a Methodist youth rally at Forest City Sunday. Last week Tuesday evening Mrs. Petra Larson, -the 'Harvey Larsons, Franz Teeters, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ortman were guests at the Edmund Larson home in honor of Mr. Larson's birthday, The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Kit- lerman and baby, the Arie Ditt- rners, the Quinten Bjustrom and the Otto Harlans were Sun day dinner guests at the Ro Sarchet home in honor of Mi- Howard Sarchet's birthday. Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks spen Sunday at the home of her so -ol. Luther J. Fairbanks, wh ias spent a month here on fur pugh. He will leave this wee! 'or a camp in South Carolin; and expects to go from there ti Washington. D. C. Mrs. Florence Schichtl receiv ;d a telephone call Saturdaj rom her son, Corp. Wayn 5chichtl, who had arrived in New Jersey after serving in Eur- pe for two years, where he was wounded: He has been in the ervice three years. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jensen ar- ived Sunday from Norfolk, Va. o spend a week with Mrs. Jenen's parents^ Mr. and Mrs. K. J |Ihe Time Get Your 1:. CREOSOTED POSTS We have just unloaded a fine car of these posts. ' BARB WIRE AND WOVEN WIRE ARE AVAILABLE .'..-a See Us At Once. ii."... IS. NORTON & SON i PHONE 229 Smith. Mr. Jensen has ,recejvjac his discharge f horn fhe'havyj The Jensens will live at Qraettingfr, where,he will be itfj busittess with his father. Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks, i Marie Grover and Mrs. Rv M, WallHce and Mrs. Anna Fairbanks,, Algona, returned from' Rochester^ Minn., Friday, where they had gone to visit Mrs. Gr U. Fairbanks' daughter, Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen. They founrt her a little better. Mr. Rasmusaen went up to see her Saturday.. KnsKiidi Ormnly. ss. IN m.STIllCT nouriT. . : ...,~i,' iB4ii. Mi). If.isn TO AU, wnt>; Ttra Anm t Thrti'ftri Inatrii^nelil Iri 'be 'the iftsi i^jH- nf. Hn,Hle HiulSDhi ,, • ' this rlfiy niptl, opnnod ny Jim Si-il. dny of 1.11 -IS, Is -m-ftd for IrertHiiR!' t' samp nt u.« court Mnnxtt In A1tfohrf v fowa, hefpro Ilio Dlsjrlfit Cmirl fif fcrtW- Cftiinly m- Ihc CIpfK of ,sftl,1 ' r;miH;:nml AC ton nVlrtrk A. '-tit;, nt llic> dny nhovr- mentioned ail 1 n6C- RnriH In lores I pel n'rh lierofry i/olirinH ' find rpfiiilrrit in njippar, . a'tid slioW If any (hoy hnvn. Wily .sold ' . . . Inslnimeni should . noi be prfiliafpd' fast Wllf . o e nml allowed n« and for (lib ftnrt Tpslhmrif:! of snlrl dnnpio. rialcn.nl Alnronn, lown, NovpnilTtii 1 ?n IflJft. .',-.•'• - (SKAT-,) • IIRLION V) tltttt. :'• Hlprlc nf DlftiHnl t!imrf; M. .7. VA.N N'MSS. Attorney,-.' A1* tm. lown. 4i NEW MACHINERY Hog Watefers Hog Feeders Hammermill Belts Manure Loaders Tank Wagon Boxes Electric Motors Pump Jacks Air Compressors Grease Guns Firestone Tires DeLavaL Milkers and Cream Separators Stock Tanks, Steel and Wood A Good Stock of Parts for A. C., New Idea and Oliver Corn Pickers Oil and Grease 2 IJsed Wagons, good shape. 10-20 I. H. C. Tractor, Rubber Front '£ Model D John Deere Tractor ' ?; I. H. C. Hammermill • Victor Endgate Seeder 3 Section Springtooth Harrow 1 Pair 11x25x36 Tractor Tire Chains No. 50 Smalley Hammermill We have complete service for Allis-Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea, Massey-Harris and Firestone. "Firestone" Tires "Tractolube" Oil BRADLEY BfcOS. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa "Hydraulic Farm Hand" Stacker Loaders ;!• a'io;n- LESTER Phone 308 118 N. Thorington No ResfrictJons Qj| mm Head of Horses Mares, 1 liny, 1 roan, smooth mouth Head bf Cattfe ;r^t calf—J.Guernsey, 1 red roiin, 1 l»lue roan 1- Rii'i others Guernseys; 1 Brown Swiss Imlfc^yrf Y ^C : Head of Hogs % ":: 24 Hlnte spring gigs crossed with white hog and spotted sows; 13 fall nigs, «aine cross. HAVS yoi|.P W i»t, fe ft. beavter Uion w»!JS«(». wmH . wm'i -friwwt/ ',f4%i !; 4; GHEEnCOLOnifll -,••**<>*.:•••,: lf.:.';,nV'-" ;,'•»• 't-:f£(:!'-A^*'ft£>'§y Auction l ^« l Ko"k"Vn,H^ 1 St!' I ' V Vi ", ll0l<1 M«rm.nucti«i!.nt my farm located: 1^ miles north, 1 n,Ho east ijjV.'SjiwiM) noc.Kj -I iiiiU's noiitli, 4 miles west of Hancroi'l, on '" -••'••-. Tuesday, December 4th 19 fWr nnir vnnxt -'.- .' •" Lunch will be s.erved )»y Ladies' Mite Society of Lone Rock 17-1 Swisses heifers com- LVcalyosj 4 yeajrllwgs. m Head of Ewes BJost of these are young ewes. 30 White Leghorns ..„ JSfryearlliiB hens; 500 pullets Jn laying production. These pullees are from tran-nested tyiiite Leghorn roosters from trap nested flock from Tom Cockran, Cam^iij%6.•'; ™ Maehmery, !]|.B trnctqr, $ yrs, old, f • ' " j, 1 " i,;' T*^'- •• ^.- •-! -;iv • ' ,"-'»T»-.-'T'-;''TT- •-•f^ff^-vf-ff-i'^^if ' j««kfi J5»ft, tr«ctor aise; 7»lt, power m« eprn planar mid wire with tractor a»a >jeeaer} 3 Ji, p. gas go.ft, dragwitli gpoa a«t« steer mjgoii and , ^r» •!«>•-; »&»;??* ; tW«M*«V (HWBg¥»t» i «?^.S,'!% -ll|l||t >.||PIIWf»t •"',l^- 7 .'',! $W&.^ ¥ff *"* "fW*i^yoiftMg*Pj g™ Ji^i&lilyii^^l^^Wf^uillIj ]s in Yery good ooudtt'o?it - ' '' • >'.•-"•.'-•'••-- ?.••.- -.^•'•>v-vv-i?'.;.v,.--T i :-i*-.-it-.:.'-f.is,s^>s _, ^,,.^^jnerows to mentJoji, ipc^aing I caiilnet set, roujMj-«48»Jn,| stud|«,cpucli, , ! '• - ; - ... - •.--•-..•.-- ," '.:.*"•".;? - ••^•^••-,'•••mx^-^ '-•-•'" : '~ : : - -.^-.,... ...:,.:--.. .,.-, • . ...... -.;.. Vii ;:\ ^.. : ' ] -. . .F^S Vi

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