The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1946 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, January 15, 1946
Page 4
Start Free Trial

Shirley Capeshis Hostess— • Miss Shirley Capesius enter* talned some of her- classmates from &t.,CeeelIa's Academy at her home Friday night. .Present were Harold Bode, Tommy Wolfe, Paul Gisch, Merle Walker, Mary Jo Baser, Catherine Huber, Maralyn WUhelmi and Pelores Kinsey. Games and cards were enjoyed, concluded by a lunch. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson entertained a group of friends n't three'tables'of 56'0 last Wednesday evening. George Kohl and Wm. Bodds..won the high and low prizes respectively for the me-i, and Mrs. Wallace McArthiir and Mrs. Clair Winkle won high anA low prizes for the women. ANNOUNCING MV CANDIDACY COUNTY OF KOSSUTH COUNTY ON THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET Your Support ui (he Jifrte Primaries Will Be Appreciated Wm. A. BARRY Resident of Ko&tith CoWn'ty For 46 Years Exclusive Distributors In Kottuth County AtdO»A Lalng; assistant diFefctuf, Bray ton; musician,, Betty Stcph ens; installing staff tttftcer, OTtft £aret BVaytoh; aho? ffssMnrt flf ficei-i Wllitia SWayer. — o— fi'uf dinfc totvnd fiifrnM'rfi The twilight, marriage of, Burdine Towne Burnham to Hefbei 1 Glenn LudloW was performed >by ftev. English at 'the home of thd Mrs. Gerald Gronwall •Photo by Long's; Stuciid Syn-Kro-Nized 1 COSMETICS - 7 ' GJve/owr natural loveliness entrancing beauty.. .with these fine cosmetics which glorify your own •kin tones and compliment each other, 55 't to 91.00 F«o« Powd« with M»tching Foundation Cr»m« or Lotion Cl««nting Cr«m« Hand Cr«m» • Night Cr.rn. Lip.Hck with Matching Cr«m« or Dry Roug* Skin F«ih«n»r • Lotion* Shampoo* • Cologne* Hosalic Swnnson Weds— In a beautiful double ring cere mony Sunday afternoon, Jan. 13 it 4 o'clock Rosalie Ann Swansoi vas given in marriage by her fath er to Gerald H. Gronwall at th Hethodist church here with the Rev. N. A. Price performing th ervice. The ceremony was performec lefore an altar surrounded by alms, white gladiolas, and white apers. Ruth Ann Clement ployed ..ohengrin and Mendelssohn's vedding marches. Mrs. Vaughi Rising sang "Because" and "O Promise Me". The couple was attended toy Robert A. Gronwall, brother of., 'the groom from Des Moines, and Jdan Conrad of Omaha, cousin of the bride. Ushers were Clarence Brims and Keith Rowley. The bride wore a lovely ivory, brocaded, satin floor-length gown with finger tip veil and Juliet cap of silver sequins. She also wore a pearl necklace, gift of the groom, and carried a shower bouquet of white roses .and stevia. A reception was held in the church parlors for 100 guests following the ceremony. Mrs. H. M. Smith poured and Mrs. Richard Cowan served the cake. Assistant parlor hostesses were Audrey Slagle, Harriet Brown, Mrs. Dwaine Lighter, Mrs. Clarence Brims, and Mrs. Richard Pool. The new .Mfg. OonWall, daughter of Mr.,and Mrs. C. H. Swanso of Algona, is a 1942•graduate o the Algona high school and attend ed Cornell college, Mt. Vernon She is affiliated .with .the Beta Sigma Phi sorority jn.AlgOna. Mr. Gronwall, son of Mrs. Hilda Gronwall of Algona>'-.".has recently been discharged from the navy after serving for four years. Prioi to his entry into service he w-is employed in the A & P store. He is also a graduate of the Algona high school, class of 1940. The couple has gone on a honeymoon trip and on their return wiil make their home at Rock Rapids, Iowa, where Mr. Gronwall will be assistant manager of the Economy Center Market —o—• D. of H. Officers Installed— At a meeting of the Degree of •lonor Society Monday night, Jan. 1, at 'the V. F. W. hall the follow- ng officers were installed: president, Lucille Ostrum; first vice, Marie Scuffham' left assistant, ielen Laing; right assistant, Rose Smith; second vice, Rpsella Harr: inancral secretary, Amy G.eering; reasurer, Goldy Guderian; re- ording secretary, Bernetas Lynk; sher, Ruth , McGrew; assistant sher, Elsie Reid; inner wa'tch, Bee Baldwin- .outer watch, Yardn parents, Mf. and Mrs. F. Towne, Saturday, January 12. Christine Biirnljatfi acted as ring bearer for the double ring cere- mnrty which look place in th'e pr^ence of the immediate family The nuptial vows were- exchanged by candlelight before. a background of palms offset by red carnations and .White pompoms In urns of pine boughs. The groom, who is the,son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D, Ludlow of, Indianapolis, Irid., has for the past year been 'budget and fiscal officer at Traux Field, Wis. The bride has been residing in Madison, 'Wis. Capt. and Mrs. Ludlow will foe at home in St. Louis, Mo., where the groom is assigned to duty at the Headquarters Army Air Forces Technical Training Command. Cresco M & D Club— The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club \vill hold a 7 o'clock pot luck supper at Mrs; Doug Wildin's, on February 1. Bring a covered dish and sandwiches for own family. Mrs. Mabel Hargreaves is as sisting hostess. , ; —o—• Harold Claytons Honored— The Cresco Mother sand Daugh ters club and friends and neigh bors of the Harold Clayton famil gave them a farewell party at th newly remodeled Cresco Com munity Hall Friday night, Jan. 11 A large crowd enjoyed cards anc nftl Btyte Of At rs. Aeftdlit HSSU rs. H<Hte is the Mafic just f*5lfttiji> d$eHati ed, Mrs. Clal? WWRte fflfit Wft' Kenneth arid Oavld SfiWh«, aldaiid , to thfe,tmils.J8ea$ hfthi^ (iards wfere pfoyw. Th4 Joined th&e by d g^pUp Bode. family's neighbdrs. lunch, brought by the giuests, wn s"erv&). two CoupleS, ntarTled On th lath of January", haV6 eetebrillet their anniversary togelhef for thp past, several years. dancing. Music was furnished by Emmagene Wildin and\ Carrol Potter. The club members presentee Mrs. Clayton with a lovely crysta buffet console set with silver candles. A purse of money was also presented to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton by the guests. The Claytons are moving to a farm near Estherville and will be greatly missed in this community. —o— Cresco Younff Set Has Dance— The young people of the Cresco community and their friends held a dance at the Community Hall on Thursday evening, Jan. 10. These parties are open to all the young jeople of the Cresco community. —o— Celebrate 30th Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode celebrated their 30th wedding anniversaries Saturday evening at a wnim»=. V.n=f w~, •,! T ir, . V , ° . UI ""' ev emng ai a / ner. xnis will De toilow Holmes; past president, Helen o'clock dinner at George's Cafe. 6Und_er's day program. ReMkali At 4- Beating at toe V. P. w. hai Tuesday evening/ Jan. 8, thfe following ofricert* Were installed 1 i'rt the Rebekah lodge of Algona by the' Blrft iW?ta1fetibrt group; Nbbfc Grand, Meda R&tfleld; R. S. 16'N, G., Myrtle TufhbaUglv L. S. to N. G., Amy Geering; Vice Grand, Margaret iReldi'R. S. t6 V. G., filte- abeth Galbralth; L. S. to V. G., Betty Steplnfok; seeVetaW, Mabel Lund; treasurer, Hose Smith: warden, Rosella Harr; conductor, Harriet Schmidt; inside warden, 3erthA Spear; outside warden, Gbldy GMerlan; chaplain, R'oSS Anderson; ^musician ,, Millie Clamp- instructor, Esther Bartori; trustees, Myrtle Turnbaugh; and past Noble Grand, Bernetas Lynk. —o— Royal Neig-hV6fs~'IiVsiall-— •the Royal Neighbor lodge installed the following Officers Thursday night, Jan. 10,' at the V. F. W. hall: Oracle, Alma MaV- shall; Vice Oracle, Amy Geering- recorder, Eva (Potter; receiver, Selrria Godfredson; chancellor, Myra .Ostrum; marshal, Shirle Helberg; assistant ^ marshal, Rut IN BUftT <Vliitc , • f Island Red Chicks , ; ', r ' . AVnllnblc 2l(» r ,70 nrtrt FcWuary 2* $11.SO per hundred oft these early chicks. '" They will frtfike yVtf motoey as early broilers! aittl,.'; think of th'c ^ggs'yoo wfll get from August ok/i through the Winter months. ; Hatches cowtiifg dff,eve^y Wedrresday and SJMuM^^ ; , '' ', ' '- r /4«' I^lacc your order tii once fo^ VfaifHc Il6cks aM WJ^fe 1 "!/' "' Baldwin; inner sentinel, Mari Scuffham; outer sentinel, Berth Spear; manager,. Elizabeth Post flag bearer, Verna Jensen; musi cian, Koset'tal. Johannson; pas oracle, Atha Hardgrove; and de gree captain, ;., There are also five graces: Zelba Brown Bee .Baldwin, Esther Helberg, Bernadine Allen .and Nellie Van Alen. The installing staff consisted of Fern Hacdgrove, installing officer; Elizabeth Post, ceremonial marshal, and Bernetas Lynk, as- isting marshal. The Mariners club meets Tuesday evening (today) at the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. E. Cf. Lee and Mr. and'Mrs. Harlan Sigstee are the chairmen. The P.'E. O. -will meet at Mrs. W. K. Ferguson's home; Wednes- ay, Jan.; 1C,' for; a s'ix o'clock diner. This will be followed by a Lusby & Giossi ALGONA, IOWA They're all saying NEW PONTIAC h the Finest of the Famous "Silver Streaks" F arm Action vinj- dopidod to quit farmfniy, I ^vill hold n closing; out snlo of the, followlnp property at fn'e fft'rni located one inilo west, 14 mile south of Doan eluireliaiid 2 miles west of Wesley and 5 n'o'rfn On 220 rtn<t J mile west nnd 14 mile south; 0 miles south on 226 and 1 mile west and }4 south of Tlforika, , * ' Tuesday, January 22 Wed., Thurs., Fri., January 16-17-18- It's The Ptothise QfA Good Time! FRED MacMURMY •nlli MAMUERUf CHAPMAN iKIM WILLIAM RIM WHS'S 1 " . w.,,.,,!7. •• Added— "Bountiful Alaska" "Kids in the Shoe" Saturday, January 10 . • " LOUISE ALLBRITTON W w,,» „ , , VIRGINIA GREY • AUH MOWWAV <- ' ERIC BIORE • WIH.IAM w. i4«fif ., , JACQUEUNE de W]]N ERNKT_T«^|{_, A Added— "Frontief "Sunbonnet Blue" Fun for the Family Saturday J Night! Suriday and Monday, January 20-21 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 2l Head of Livestock 21 11 Head of Cattle 11 Throo roan helfors; « food inilk cows; 1 spotted Iioifer; 1 good 2-yoar roan bifll} a calves. Good Work Horses Head of Feeding Hogs Pontiac owners, as well as owners of other cars, all say (he same thing when tb«y see (he new Pontiac for 19-16. With its basic prewar quality plus impressive improvements and refine- menis, they are proclaiming the new Pontiac to be tne finest oj the/itmoiii "Silver Streaks." Come in—the new Pontiac is now on display. The Algona Implement Co. McCormick-Deering Tractors and Farm Equipment Internationa) Trucks Walt and Deb HaTI Ffeone 52 _ State and Jones Fatiii Machinery Iron wliMl wagon; John Deere erigtooj Jolm Deere primp jack? SfcDeerlnff ondgate se*<leri <-on. planter, 80 rods wire; Deerlng 5-ft, iftower* MHHTOII, complete ivltn new boxj ftfcel ril Hrear, new; liaj rack; liny rake; HeDeerlrig cr e»m sopnlrnton McDeerlng 8-ft. binder, in good snap*; merson M-fii. gnng plow; Kmmorson 10-lnch sulky plow; 14.1n, tractor LWcDeering' 10,fft, disc; 4,.sec. drag; SO^lm, liog f«ed«r, ne« ; 4 l.u. hog feeder; g.row ^Hlvstorj glc cultivator; 2 sets of harness; 2 sets fly nets; !J2.ft, elector with hoist and power; Jolm Du lire spreader; 1U.2A tractor; 8-ft, st«el hog frough; no gal, g»s tank, complete with hose and l. self watering hog tank, »m» s|«. Tuesday, Wf|ge«Jay ^nd Thursday, Janwwy or sec your Dauber before sale, Carlson LOV 3IATERX, Auctioneer

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free