The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1946 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, February 12, 1946
Page 7
Start Free Trial

«, . ^RITBAT BODE FOR FARMER , services wfir Wiuff, Monday » »** "£ Vj B ? r -ppae* ana at 2:30 in Baptist church ih Humboldt ^n ill for sevcra -::- -,••--.» a complication o $£?****•. H* Is survived by his Wife and three children, Virginia Mftfjofle, and Wilford and also his father, one brother and -three sisters, . . W« Vtitfaa Wed* A/ the parsonage Wednesday evening, January 18, at 6!30 oc- tmjred the marriage of Edward Hanson of Bode and Miss Jean Penning of Humboldt. A sister attd ^brother of the bride and groom were their attendants. The ceremony was performed toy Rev. Martin Trygstad. Edward is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson and is a veteran of World War II, having .served In tooth the African and European theatres of war. ESTABLISHED 1865 ALQQNA, IOWA, TUESDAY, "FEBRUARYT2Tfl4fi" Section Two -Six Pages Team of VOL. 81—NO. 6 x It Shower Hosiftss Mrs. Olaf Bruvlck has invited a number of people from Bode Wednesday evening to a miscel- lanMus shower at her homo north.of Livermorc for Mrs. Edward Hanson, the former Jean Penning of Humboldt, whose marriage took place here Janu- Velaran Home I *«^°'/s Charles Larson, son of Mrs. O. H. Larson, arrived on the I aircraft carried Yorktown at Alameda, Calif., on January 13 and after receiving his honorable discharge has arrived home. He was with .the 745th anti aircraft artillery and served, in the Philippines for 29 months. .Percy Holland, accompanied by his son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. David Holland and Roberta Kay spent the weekend at Armstrong with friends and relatives. Floyd Dodd came from Garner, Saturday, to move his family there, where he manages the Garner creamery. He was toutter maker here until Dec. 4. Th house vacated by the Dodds wi be used as two apartments, to b occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Rus sell Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs Ronald Olson. ; _;Richard Berge', son of Mr. an Mrs. Ernest Berge, left, last wee Ifor ;Fort Snelling to be inducte •'nto J the : army. - i^M'Berge of Algona stoppc It-the. home of his parents Mi •pd Mrs. T. H. Borge, enroute t ho,; teachers convention in DC Tomes Friday and Saturday. lusband Of Algona FGirl, Psychologist In . •—••fcUWsL iT .»H. *** *_,*> , > jt, ^^i v i w.nuniiigion, Feb.' 4 — 2nd Lt | Seymour G. Klebdnoff, of 87 Gil pert Ave:, NeW -^Hayen, Conri. leaves Gushing General Hospita today -for thp Separation Center atiF.ort Dcvens, for separation from-the service. He has been ; cluilcal psychologist at the hos pital. '•'•• A ',graduale of Yale uni^ersilv wilh an. A. B. and M. S. in psy- chplogy, he was chief psvcholo- gret at, Clarinda Slale hospital lowa^before entering,the service m, July, 1942. Prior to coming to COshing in .'November, 1945, he was i stationed at the'A. A. F. hos- at, Cochran Field, Macon, T j 17 ??,"^' 8 return-to civilian life, Lt. Kletoanoff, will toe the assistant _in psychology to Dr. Samuel J.. Bfick, -at the Michael Reese .'Hospital,, and Northwestern Uni- Versity, Chicago., .Hip .wife, Mrs. Mary r Lou' (Gilmore) Kletoanqff, formerly T of Algona,-Iowa, now laves : atNatick, 3-YEAR CROWN AS DIOCESAN KING Kossuth county's three entries n the Catholic school cage tour- ament at Fort Dodge last week idn't win the championship, bu' ave a good account of them- clvcs in the Siou* City Dioces an meet, which was won by Trinity of Sioux City. St. John's of Bancroft, champions for the past three years, was dethroned early in the meet, but went on to win the consolation honors. St. Cecelia's 'ofVUgona lost its first round game of the regular tournament, 29 to 20, to a good Le Mars team, and also its first game in the consolation round, 21 to 19, in a battle that saw the locals last half rally all just a mite short of victor v . St. oe Wages Battle Strongest contender for the title from Kossuth, however, turned out to be St. Joe's entry. The squth Kossuth boys hammered through the meet to the semi- iinals, inally going x down, 28 to 24, before Le Mars. At the end of the first period in Jiis game, St. Joe led, 6 to 5, but Le Mars took the lead in the second quarter. Never more than a ew points separated the teams. Trailing 24 to 18 with only a ew minutes left to play, St. Joe nade a gallant rally with Red- ng, Borman and E. Gales hitting .he hoop, but Nemmers of Le- Mars kept 'his team far enough ahead for the win. Le Mars (28) FG Mayrose i Hofman i Nemmers 6 Bray __I'0 Henkcls o ic Cage Tournament FT 0 4 4 PF 0 3 3 -0 St. Joe (24) 9 .10 1 1 FG FT PF E. Gales 2 2 McGuire . 0 2 R. Gales ... _.. 0 2 Reding 1 4 2 Kohlhaas i o Bormann . 1 o 8 8 1 Honor Letts Creek Lady On Birthday Lotts Creek: Monday evening, Fob. 4, visitors at the H. F. Mil- tag home were the Carl Zumachs and John Schallins from here and the Frank Schallins of Algona. The occasion was Mrs. Mittag's birthday. , Art Rusch had a milking machine installed Monday, Feb. 4. First 'new.Ford' 1 in this vicinity is being driven by Kenneth Kuecker. Mrs. Lydia Wctzcl visile Thursday evening with Mrs Herb Potratz. : rMs. Arnold Moine went t Rochester Feb. 3 for a checkup a .hd-Mayo clinic. • The 'Rev. Rehder of Fairvill visited- with Nick Gengler Tues day afternoon Feb. 4. Glen Opbeim and Harold Wol er were at Minneapolis las week, consulting with doctor about their asthma. Walther League meeting wai ostponed Friday evening on ac- ount of the. play at Fenton Murder Mansion," <by the jun- or$ of school. • Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell of West .Bend were Wednesday evening, Feb. 6, dinner guests al the 'Elmer Piiahn .home. Loren? Pijahn was also an evening visitor. Ed Luedtke, who was in Ihe service for sevral years, returned home with an honorable discharge Wednesday, Feb. 6. Laurence Vigdal also came home Thursday with a discharge. Joe Leiningre received a call from Fred Gepkins of Wesley lelling them that their 13-year- old daughter had an appendicitis operation Monday mornin, Feb. 4 at the Kossuth hospital at Al- "tona. New Cart Gift To Mailman At Bode Bode: Auslin Mitsven was Ihe proudesl man in Bode, Monday morning of last week. Mr. Mitsven, who has been hauling mail from the Bode postoffice for the past 40 years, and acting as extra clerk, had the misfortune to 'have his mail carl break down, WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! Jt creates a lovely new complexion ...stays on for hours without rc-powdcring. $ nso JL iiiui 1,1. . Trod. Mar RtS. U.S. Off. after many years of use. His friends came to the rescue, ^however, and a sum of money was collected to .buy him a new cart, with a little something left over. It was a presenl tha was very timely, because his toirlhday was Sunday, Feb. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anliker visiled Ihe former's brother, Noah Anliker and family, at Bradgate Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W, WHtkopf spent Sunday in Marshalltown with the former's sisler and her husband, Mrs. Fred Kossieck. I lusby & GiossiJ! WINNER. 49-14. IN CONSOLATION FINAL After dropping from the chain pionship round, St.. John's o Bancroft came back 'holer than jver,' last- week, to down Varina for the consolalion litle., St John's took a 22 point lead )efore Varina even scored. Center John Murra v was the ' key man in the potent Bancroft of- ense, wilh John Devine, for- vard, dropping them in from all angles. Smith counted four buckels, x and Hamillon, Rustc meicr and Gangstead all contrib- iled two. Murray netted' 16 iQints to lead the scoring, and Devine 12. WINKEL STARS DESPITE tLGONA ACADEMY Despite the fact that his team ropped both games in the Dip- esan tourney,. Gordon Winkel vaa one of the outstanding play- rs of the meeting. Agains Lq- rtars he tallied 12 points ^tick- *tyv«t ...^^...•/i/wgl Gifts of jewelry to make your Valentine sentiments ring true forever and ever. A sparkling diamond. A simple gold heart to wear about her neck or a jeweled pin are just a few of the items from our special collection. For Your Valentine DIAMONDS Dark.. .Vivid... Intriguing! Amazingly assumes the color compliment of any complexion ...•for Blonde or Brunette! Glamorous "BLACK CHERRY" lasts longer! It is Delicately scented! Not waxy! 'm& LIPSTICK SIX POPULAR SHADES On* Dollar. Rifilli Fifty CtnU LUSBY 6- GIOSSI NEW! NOW ON DISPLAY ' ** ' FOR THE FIRST TIME 1941 Light Fixtures Dozens In Our Display Room Hundreds In Our Stock Room WE INVITE YOU TO SEE THEM* ^Beautiful Expansion Bracelets $1750 Fed. tax included ; 0 Diamond Rings Beautifully cut blue white Kanar diamond with small diamonds on each side. AJ.SO QN DISPLAY— NEW 1946 REFRIGERATORS WESTINGHOUSE RANGES OENDIX DELUXE HOME WCTRIC ELECTRIC Ladies Set Rings $350<n Engagement Rings Exquisitely cut Columbia diamond with small diamonds on sides. i." "it up -Tax included • $7250 up Diamond Wedding Rings Set with from one to seven diamonds; Diamond Rings Finely cut blue white diamond, guaranteed perfect stone. Exquisite Lapel Pins Made from all precious metal, gold and sterling. up $ 35*50up «50°° U p Buy Vour Registered Diamond from a Registered Jeweler Delicately Designed Lockets U P Valentine Coupon Good for $10,00 on purchase of any diamond ring or wedding ring of $50,00 or over, Limit one coupon per item, Lusby & Giossi Coupon Not Good After Sitmrday, February J6 TOO AT HER HEART STTHNOS WITH afiWEURY < - .'.••* . n>',,, _ \*>-»;%&

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