The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1946 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 29, 1946
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.ALGONA UPPER DES MOtNES, ALGONA IOWA Potratz, Ada Fandel of lent ore, Recent Brides &: St, Paul's Lutheran Hhe Scene of a vdry "siding Thursday al- •iOO, Jan. 24, "When the RWelnhold, in a double ^ united in marriage ante's popular ybuhg Hiss Bertha Potratz ( Mr, artd Mrs. Richard I ! Capt.,Loren O, Bark- TMr., and Mrs. £ugene 3sage, ; ; ; . _ the ceremony Evelyn Sfl ( sang O Perfect Love ing ihe ceremony she brd's Prayer. She was ". by Prof. H. W. Behn- ayed -the processional glondl wedding marches, liores Polratz, sister of |:was bridesmaid, and fichtendahl, niece of the ••girl. Rbger Pot- of the bride, acted as Segroom was attired in uniform, and Clifford Irother-in-lnw of 'the ed as best man. Martin other of the bride, was tg the ceremony a recep- fteld at the home of the J'e'htSi with approximate- Ids and relatives present. if'S -table. Was beautifully ; in the bride's favorite ;a three tiei' wedding nte'd -with a miniature I groom. Table waitresses _|e ?umach ahdMrs. Mer- fljie^ friends of the bride.' Jark-er attended the Luth-l irochial school at Lottsl her early youth,. and _endcd the Algona high Sbm which she graduated, f several years she 'was- a filerkrfn the H. RV^Zumach land i. for, the. pairt three |e was employed in the Farmers State bank Seeper, .:', farker attended the high ]t Little Center, and later pdcd . Teachers college at alls, and. for severa years it-ill various high schools gr year in the Whittemore ool, where he was highly fias a4utbn.,and..very cap- rtd instructor. From here ^inducted into the service Jjountry a'fid is serving as S^'He served four years, of "NO y^ars were overseas in opeari 'theater,; At present Jn terminal leave, -and his ifge'will, bec'ome effective ^Earch. 16. 'Mr. and Mrs. <c will .be at home .after 4 at Cedar Palls where/Mr, will continue his stuaies. Whltlemorfe: At St. Mfchcal's Calnc-lle church at 8:30 a. m. Thursday, Miss Ada Farltiel, daughter of Mr and 'Mrs. William Fandel, became the bride of William McCtillum, son of Mn -'and Mrs. Roy McCullum, ol Dyer, Indiana, the Rev. James Faridel, Alton, 'brother of the 'bride officiated .at the double ring deremony dnd high mass. Acolytes were Mlcheal Kelly and James Geelah. During the cere.rriony Bernadctte Fandel, sister of the brWe saitg. On This Oh Beautiful Mother, she was accompanied by Stete'f Mary Leo. - ' . The bride was given in marriage toy her father, and the bride's sister, Roseanne Fandel, served as maid of honor. Zita Fandel ( also a sister of the bride was 'bridesmaid, and Anita Kelly cousin of both the bride and groom, Was the train bearer. Paul Fandel, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. The groom was attended by hid cousin Dick Kelly. Eddie Kelly cousin of both the bride and groorii acted as usher. ••'. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to the immediate family. A three- tiered wedding cake mounted with a miniature bride >and groom served as centerpiece on the 'bride's table. Among the out of town guests who attended the wedding and reception were Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCullum, Mr, and Mrs. Leroy Aipplequist, Dyer, Ind.; the-Rev. James 'Fandel, Alton; the Rw. Edward Fandel. Sanborn; Mrs. Anna Reily, Litchfield, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kelly, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandel and •family, Mason City; Mrs Emma Hilbert, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Con- Ion and son Mlcheal, Emmetsburg. The bride, was a graduate from Presentation Academy and of St. Joseph's-Mercy College of Nursing of Sioux City, and has followed her profession the past two years. 'The groom, a graduate of St. Mary's Academy at Emmetsburg, has recently been discharged from the army after three -and on-half years of service which were spent in the European theater. Following a short wedding trip the young couple will make their, home in Lansing, 111., where Mr. McCullum is now employed. Heidcnwlth Son Home— Opl.'Ellsworth Hendenwith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden- .with, returned home from Camp Grant, 111., Friday a week ago where he received his honorable discharge from the army. Ellaworth served his country both in the. navy and army. .Me enlisted When he was 17 years, and due to a slight defect in his back he re- ceivea an honorable discharge, and in 1942 he was Inducted into the arrhy and 'Spent a year arid one- half overseas in England, France, Belgium and Germany., Change Residences— Clarence Struecker moved into the Carl Peril residence in ilhe east part of town last week Sunday, Vacating the Martini house on the north side, and ftalph NiCols moved from the Theodore Biersted residence into the Martini house, Everett Frost Vacated the Pertl house moving to Nebraska, where he bought a small store and summer camp. Richard Arndt will vacate the late William Olliver home now owned by Joseph Priester, in the near future and move into the north apartment of Dora Elbert's on main street. Two New Arrivals— ^Mr. and Mrs, Paul Ludwig arc the parents of a son born at tha McCreery hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Dietrick are 'the parents ^of a girl born at the Mc- Crcery hospital last week. Bob Gengler is-visiting with his wife and daughter In Springfifeld, 111., ithis week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller and family, Waterloo, visited with Mrs. Miller's father Martin Duffy Sr. last week, Mike Kopperi is remodeling ithe late Jim McGovern residence into an apartment house. The Elmer Bwalds are now occupying the house and after the house is completed the Carl Johnsons will move into the other apartment. Joseph Schumacher, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Peter Schumacher, arrived home from Hawaii Wednesday morning being discharged from the army. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson and son, Ledyard, visited with Mrs. Johnson's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and son Allen Rae, and daughter Elaine, visited with relatives in LuVerne last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and daughter Susan, and son Billy, Rolfe, spent last week Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mathers. ; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and family, Depew; Elmer Ruhnke, Lotits Creek, were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter Gertrude. ( In a deal macie last week Herman Meyer sold his vacant'lot west of his resident to Elmer Ostwald •and Martin Zimmerman. What the latter two intend to do with the lot has not been learned. Just fall Me Mister *,, Says Thin ftitfuned Service Man' (A Weekly Revi6W,itVith Alt Overseas Veteran) —Algona Upper DCS ivfolncs Flaslifoto If you ask Glee Bullock of Burt iWiherc the best spot in the world Is, he has no hesitation of telling you. In the above picture he is answering the question. Like many other Kossuth men, Gee has seen quite a bit of the world is the past several years—courtesy of the U; S. Navy. He left Burt, wfiere he : and his wife, the former Beulah Larson of Algona, operated a .cafe, in the 'fall of 1943. After that time he served on landing craft irt amphibious duty, including the invasion of Normandy, and was then transferred'.'to the Pacific,' Where his travels included Okinawa on LCT and : LST sraft. • At the 1 time of his discharge he carried the rate of motor machinist mate second class. Glee is reopening his restaurant .business in Burt this week, and judging from 'his comments it is safe, to say that his future travels will be confined more; or less to the Immediate vicinity. Wesley and Lakota Win Girls' Wesley and- ''Lafcoja, girls . basketball teams-'won' the south and north county titles,'- Satjifday night, in the final games of tournaments played at JLU'Verhc and Grant Consolidated.., , X .,.>; Wesley .dropped Whit.terhore, 46 to 37, thus avenging a.ptfevi- ous defeat by Whittemore. Titonka downed Burt, 31 to 22, in a consolation game. The -Wesley girls have lost only one game in the last sixteen. ••••'.' At Grant Consolidated school, Lakota defeated. 'Ledyard, 61 to 12, while Seneca took the, consolation prize from Grant, 46 to! 20. Grinncll Honors ' Miriam Norton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton, Algona, has been named chairman of her residence hall at Grihhell college, for the college's world student service :fUnd drive;' .A junior, she is a -graduate .of Algona high school. ' .. • ; 'tsk &y "S» ^ > DRESS UP DRESSES Flattering new dresses with the new rounded look —"The Global Silhouette"—the pinched in waist, rounded hiplines, little peplum, soft bows, different sleeve lengths for your bangles. A grand selection in a multitude of fabrics—both plain and printed—and lots of sizes too. / Pretty long sleeve ray* on gabardine, One or two piece styles, $14.95 Pretty rayon crepe pep., lum styles in black and colors. ' S10.95 Crepe and printed je>""- spy QJT crepe combine tions. _ v -i- - 4-jT 4 , ,'/?.?'•; .a.Ji.'ci.tSiaii^ Relatives Of Wade Ball Die In Fire Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball received word last ; week of the tragic death of the former's niece, Mrs. Claude Kelsall and ten months old daughter, iMary Ellen, in a fire at Laredo, Mo., on January 16. A •Stove in the house exploded, trapping the young mother and babe. The father was able to get his wife out, but she died in a hospital the same day. The toaby could not be reached. Mr. Kelsall and a two year old daughter Barbara Jean survive. Mr. Kelsall received minor burns. KROMINGA, BAAS, PRIEBETIEFOR BOWLING HONORS ,A three-way, tic for high sc&rc honors in the Kossuth Bowling League turned.' tip after last Week's contests had 'been concluded. In the triangle are R. Krominga of Titbnka, Julie Baas of Old Stylo Lager, and Priebe of Lone Rock. Other 200 or better bowlers Were Furst (203), Amfahr 210), and Beamish (205). League standings as of Monday: Team W. Becker's * 46 Tanvilac 38 Wesley Co-Op -.38 Old Style Lager 37 Lone Rock 36 Burt 34 Titonka 33 Wesley Auto _. 32 K. C 31 Pioneer 31 Council Oak ... 29 Barbers . 26 JayCeos 25 Percival Motors 16 Whittemore 15 Kanawha 14 In the woman's circuit, high scores were turned in by Butts (168), Carney (162), Henningsen (154), Colberg (171) and Peterson (160). There is a first place tie between Fenney's and Druggists Mutual for first place, with Lusby & Giossi in third, the Modern Dry Cleaners trailing in fourth. GEORGE' FOR FINE FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP ALGONA, IOWA J Rotary Forum Tonight The second.speaker in the open forum series being sponsored locally by the Algona Rotary club will be held this evening (Tuesday), in the Methodist .church. Archibald Gilchrist, Australian radio bnoacaster and speaker, will be on the • platform. More than 1,000 families in Algona alone read every issue of this newspaper. iiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii FLINTS LIGHTER FLUID CIGARS CIGARETTES FINE SELECTION PIPES Let us repair your old lighter or sell you a new one— CIGARETTE LIGHTERS Park, Dunhill, Superior Flare, Bowers RAZOR BLADES Schick Injector, Auto Strop, Gillette Thin and Other Popular Substitutes Barry's Recreation Many New Styles In Living Room Groups AT FEBRUARY CLEARANCE PRICES Two-piece living room suites, a nice selection; full steel coil construction of back, bottom, and • .cushion, in a variety of colors and covers—rail quality products, at. .00 to $224.00 LAMPS FLOOR and TABLE MODELS ,6- New 6-way. floor lamps. The big- i , ' gest stock you've seen in a long time, with rayon silk shades, metal bases, same as pre-war quality. A new shipment just received* ALSO> GOOD STOCK OF TABLE LAMP3, AND BED LAMPS , , , AND ALL AT POPULAR PRICES, UST Complete Home Owtfitter*—Algona, Ipwa •viv i--! 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