The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1945 · Page 13
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, MOV. 29, 1945. lAGERDESOF lEStEY MARRIED lf ARMY CAPTAIN •Wesley: Sylvia Ann, youngest Hatighter of Mr. and Mrs. IHtto Gerdes, was married to Janies Lincoln, son of Mr. and Mrs. J>ohfi Lincoln of Malcolm, la., Friday afternobn. Nov. 16, irt the Congregational eh.urch at Hiawa- . tha, Kans. Rev. Chas, read the single ring ceremony. vThe bride attended ; , Wesley High scliool, Grinnell college 'at Grinnell, la., last year and is a sophomore at the University of IoW6 at Iowa City this year and will continue her studies. Mr. Lincoln graduated from the Grinnell high school and attertd- cd the State college at Ames before he Joined the air forces four years ago and as a captain he piloted 80 missions over Italy, China, and the Burma-India theater of war. He received his dis- chnrge August 13 of this year. • Me is taking an cngineerinf course at the university and the young couple will reside in Iowa City. At K, & «. Office .'Lillian Johnson began her duties as office girl in the K. & H. Cil Co,' replacing Mrs. Bob Pink, the -former Lucille Olson. Lillian recently returned from Buffalo, N. Y., where she had been employed in a department store. Brings Son's Wife Home v Mr. and Mrs. Albert Girard •iyweht to Mason City Tuesday .to get their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wesley Girard, who had been cwith her husband at' Camp Fun- ,,sten, Kans. He is an M. P. and .•'•'.'was transferred to Camp Dix, N. J., arid; -expected to.be sent p.ver- Ed Downs were sponsors! v MA Jafvls, Who Had been at Cattfp Hood,, Tex., /arrived here undiiy ftoon. -He will report to 'drt Rlley,, Kans> Dec, 9. En}«f fain at "500" Mr. and Mrs, Will Maftihek entertained « three tables of 500 Sunday evening. Mr, and Mrs, Amos Angle, of Algana, were out of loWii guests, ; Miss Adeline SheddaV whb teaches at Cohfoy, ,-was a end guest home. ,at, the Ed Loebig . . . Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan : and: 'ffaul Ryan ; of Marerigo >^istted the past 'week at . the hbmes. ;:scas spon. ..The Girards "their daughter Zelpha, at the Mercy hospital. . visited ; St. Paul Visitors .'.' Mr. and Mrs, Herman Lvons and three children of St. Paul ;' spent the weekend here at her parental Ed Hildman home. Matt Hildman, recently discharged, '.went to S.t Paul with the Lyons ! 'family to also visit another sis: ,ter and her family, the Delmar u; Pommerenings for a few days. i'Baughter Baptised -* The • infant daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jarvis, Tues•day, Nov. 13 at the Kossuth hos- v pita! in Algona was baptised ; Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. L. N. Klein and v j named Jean Marie. Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. Lucy Brdbec a$l Wginia of St. Louis ahd.;p^W <v !ot Des Moines were w'feeke^id guests at the Frimml homes. Mrs. Jdhn Smith and the Leo Bleich 'family were Thanksgiving dinner guests at...the, Lawrence Smith home. j\ ; . The George -Kelch lamily at Kanawha and the Leo Young family of Garner were Sunday guests at the parental Alf Studer home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seaberg and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson return- eti to their homes' at Dayton, Tex., last week following 1 -several weeks Visit With relatives here. Sunday guests at • the...jyiaurice Studer home at Garner included Mrs. SUsan Lease, .the A. M. and L. L. Leases of Wesley arid Mr., and Mrs.'E. J. Studer_ of Kanawha. '.' • •'.' •. •„'..";';7..'.''" Paul Lorfertz spent' 'IhS Holiday' weekend here at his parental Mrs. Julius Loreriz home. He has been at a' .cam^ near ^Madison, Wis., but will'be transferred to a diiferent'ciamp soon. i; > V '• • Marv: Adin'e '.Kunz of^phic..go came Friday' and accompanied' her mother and sister, Mrs. Marie Kunz and June Adel >to Rochester, .Minn., where they' f spent the holiday weekend with Esther Bufke. •':•.. ; . -". Thanksgiving 'day 'guestS-at the Glaf Funnemark homevWe're the Oscar Johnsons, the Ei ^j^Tifcus and Will ;Montag of Brit't, the Ivan Jbhrispns, the H. -Funne- marks. and Mrs. Ida Blaine and Lester." . Thanksgiving day guests at the Albert Yegge home were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Yegge ( and ; daughter -Lucille, :alsp Kenneth Rienig, all of Garner, Mrs. Adaline Johnson of Long Beach, .Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Ray..Daughan and.fam- ily and :Mr; and Mrs. Raymond Nelson, all 6f Britt. . .. • LOIS LOOFT WEDS ROBERT SANDERS AT SWEA, NOV. 24 Seneca: A wedding of interest to all Senecans was performed- Saturday evening at 7 p. m. at the First Baptist church at Swea City, when Lois, daughter of Mr. • and Mrs. Frank Looft, long time. Seneca residents now living at East Chain, Minn., and Robert Sanders, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Willia'm Sanders of Seneca, were united in marriage. It was a candle light ceremony, with thei single ring service being read by (the Rev. Van Kommer of the Bancroft parish. The wedding march was played by a cousin of the bride, Mrs. <*^-.1i_ . • /"I .B.U.JU.. *Ri*.«!.' /^t. «s tu Walter Gardner, Minn. Preceding East 1 Chain, the exchange of vows Elmer Frank, Swea City, sang "1 Love You Truly." Her attendant was her sister Jeanne. The groom 'was attended by his brother Raymond. .. 'Immediately following the ceremony .a Wedding supper was served to the immediate ^ tives. • '.'- ,'"'• .';•"•'"••'': ?"•':'. the young couple AtiMtittfi a brief heneymdon 1&,;M: and will staH helisfcfc^L Armstrong; where the\#oi v accepted a position as jftiistftnt buttermaker. ' , ' . • The bride is Well kflfiWh Jtt Seneca community, having ,b86h born 1 and raised hefe*;' SM I* f graduate of the local-high'techeol. She later attehded feaehefii .c6l* lege and tatight school for s0jfie time. / '•••-.•. V • .' ";"•'. The grooift is also well fchowh in this community, havihg llvga northeast of Seneca,,' of -fteBifdf the Swea City Vicinity for sotne time. ', . ' , For the past four year* he htfs been in the service from'whicli he recently received art hbifirf- able discharge. The Seneca community joins ,lrt best wisfres for the n4wlyw«ds. At Membrial Rites 'LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wolf and Mr. and Mr«. .Walter Heftl attended memorial serviced for Lt. Martin Klassie, son' of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Klassie., held Sunday at Renwick. Lt. klassie was reported as. officially; killed in ac tion in Austria, • , •- •Dilnian Schwietert attended the American -Legion convention in Chicago .'last, week..,....; •/ " • Seniitlonal MAICO "UNITEER" . I. the FIRIT audiomctrkolly fitted, • • top-quality ilnate-unit Inttrument -..made and guaranteed by a recbg: "nixed leader. • Excr.uivl developed ** .. 99% of 4rn«rfc«> te«t Intrutritnta. • No leparate batter; pack! • No botheriome battery cord I ; -.•. • . ,. . '• ATTEND SPECIAL DEMOMSTIIATiiCWr^ Tuesday, Dec. 4. Hours, 9 a; ^. •"'••'•i Algona Hotel,- If unable to attend demonitration, write for tion. We have • batteries for alt makci of ;he«rint' : iijlli v Maico of D«$ Moines 630 D»iMoln«| •" Pail 6ro«t. Manafltr , '. » , ALGONA 10WA_ Melfred Mitchells Of Lone Rock Lose Infant Son Friday Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersen Friday evening received sad news of the death of a new nephew* a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Melford Mitchell, Lone Rock, on Tuesday, Nov. 22, al the Kossuth hospital at Algona and who passed away Friday, Nov. 23. Death was due to an internal, Hemorrhage. Funeral services were held at the Mitchell home Saturday afternoon, with the- Rev. Gilbertson of Cylinder officiating. The body was then taken to the Depew Lutheran cemetery for burial. The Mitchells have had great sorrow in their home in the last year and a half, having lost two infant sons, and a son Eldoh', 18 years of age, who died of pneumonia last March. Mrs. Pedersen stayed with the mother, who is still a patient at the Kossuth hospital, while Mr. Pedersen attended the funeral services. The Rev. Gilbertson had 'Visited the mother and baby at the hospital on Wednesday, and while there had administered the sacrament of baptism/The baby was named Donald John. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Madseh were Thanksgiving day supper Quests at the Cecil Sanders home at Dolliver. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and daughters of Fort Dodge were Thanksgiving day guests at the Emma Petersen home. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Miller and family spent Thanksgiving day at Mclntyre, a family reunion. . Mrs. Ray Hartshorn, been very ill at her h last Thursday evenihg;, ported to be recovering. , *., Mrs. Marvin Sanders and soft were brought hbrfie fr6tlS: Kossuth hospital at Algona urday. The Sanders are harhiftgi their little son Blaine "Edward.- -;J; ' ' '' Supt. and Mrs. W. B. '6ffie« and family returned' ',SatUfday| from Diagonal, where they spent the Thanksgiving end. . • i , * •$ . . TR ' •'• \ ,'-" . ' - ' •;'••• ;'"•.'*' • ' ' ' • . '»'',A '-.''. Hate a For everyone on your shopping list there is a gift at Lusby & Giossi's which will win the hearties i approval of your selection. However, we suggest that you start your gift selection early while stocks arc at their best. . In the toiletries line there are fancy soaps, colognes, bathpow- dersj cosmetics, in many well known'brands listed elsewhere. And'there is the increasingly : i f". ?* . '•• popular line of "HIS" "toiletries for men. Also we have the Sad- 1 die Club line for men. I M L CHRISMAS: •f I rTTW^TirViT v Tr* rT --V 7 ^?.-' "-•vr ; ' : '"" *-*,'-i.T»sp ,,, v.mfK'S^ftiilStgiK ii« •i|! & •' ; aA .^ ;". ff.'"';/^-rl^-'-.--V ^^-'vff,"•'-=••'•:• ' r ' : J \-'^.&3• 'iVv '£ •>:; : ^-:vy^Vf.-.^ --- •-."•• &. iJlJL_^i^lAl^±_^-^__lJL^L.-^^l^L^-. i ... . ... l§ ,/JRGE ^ASSORTMENT' GIFT WRAP1PINGS STATIONERY Always a perfect choice for Christmas ffivinff. 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