The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1946 · Page 9
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y, MIS, 12,1940 ,«ABELROELFSEMA /ATIIDYARMTH , „ Laftota: The marriage at Mabel •* Jane, daughter of Mr. an# Mrs. Jdhii Roelfsema, .and Ddnald M. 01 Kdllasch, son.df Mr. aftd Mrs. Job 1 Kqllasch, took place at d a. m. , Pefonrary S «t the Sacred Heart *' Shuifch at iLedyard, the single ring jcrettiony" was read by .the Rew E. », »• Mavnard. they were Attended >y Dolores ROelfsma, sister of the ,, 4 , >ride and Richard Kollasqh, broth* *vcr of the groom. 1 A wedding breakfast was sefv- «f /fed following the ceremony for the Wedding party at the home of the groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. Kol. ** lasoh. A reception and 1 o'clock '.dinner was held at ithc home of ( j. the ibrlde's parents to the wedding * 'party and immediate relatives. Waitresses were Joan Heetland, Vernla Edwards and Mrs. Glen Wilson. f The newlyweds left for a short roneymoon at various points in Jlnnesota. The bride is a graduate 1 Lakota high school with the lass of '42 and was employed at lio J. E. Ukena 'hardware store Mil Jan. 1. The groom attended ,.i John's school in Bancroft. They mil toe at home at the Bert Kol. |86h farm near Bancroft where ne groom is employed. .,f Mr. and Mr OuUckfrMV' Is suffering wit! scarlet fevcf and the family l ikota Beats Lcdyard— IA real crowd was out Thursday •ght.for -the girls' basketball nes when Lakota played Led- Jd and won 42-21 and Thomp- i played Grant and won 43-33. bor proceeds was $176. ve Anniversaries— [Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kollasch were Inner guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Her- Jsrt Shiltz near Bancroft Feb. 1 Jcocoasion being the Shiltzs 3rd Bedding and the 4th anniversary •- the Kollaschs. tlslt In Lakota— 1 Mr. and Mrs. Balph Sturdevant, T>rt Dodge, were last week visit- rs at .the Amy Penny home. They IT 0 , on their >vay to California and •[they like it there expect to make heir home there. luys Krausc Home— 1 Robert Hamiton has purchased K C £f^ s ?- T eside nce occupied by he Ed Gubcksens .and will remod- ' later this year. IMrs. Ben Farrow spent Thursday *ternoon visiting Mrs F O frme. I w1 n u 0n the slck list include Wirtjes, severe cold; Stoph Kit's ' tonsllitis ; AU «n Smith; . Lutheran aid society was post poned last week Wednesday on ac count of the storm and the meet ing was held Friday with M«s dames Alfred Christ and Albin Nelson as hostesses. _ thirty-four men attended th. monthly community club dinner a the town hall Thursday evening and then most of them attendee •the sectional basketball tournament at the school house. 'Roland Sm,lth Jr. and Walter Hians drove to Mason City Thursday and brought home Roland omith sr. who Is recovering from a major operation and a two weeks •stay in Mercy hospital there. The Rev. and Mrs. F. F, Darnauer, Mrs. Kilmer Hanson. Mrs. Howard Jensen, Lakota, and Fred Baumann, Lodyard, drove to Man* £? to > Minn., Thursday to visit Mrs. Fred Baumann who Is in a hospital there. • Mr and Mrs. Alrec Boeckholt and family, Titonka, spent last week Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton. The young people Harriet and Anton Boeckholt and a school friend, high school students at Titonka, attended the basketball game here Rev. and Mrs. F. F. Darnauer attended the Lutheran seminar • meeting at Mason City last wee Tuesday and stayed for the Luth eran welfare banquet at the Y. M C. A. and annual meeting with 30 attending. The Rev. Youngquist Swea City, accompanied the Dar nauers to the meetings. BUT MEN VIEW DES MOINES FIGHT t,, , Dr> M ' D - Lichter, Ho Kingsdorf, .and George Lichtei Algona, attended the fight at De Molnes Thursday evening. The' popped at Nevada and took Wen' dfell Rmgsdorf with them. T. N. T, Honors Member— H^°iJm **•*?! met wi th 'Mrs. G li. McMllen Friday evening to help her celebrate her birthday, which Unas the proceeding Sunday. Sunday afternoon following Eastern Star practice the officers surprised her by taking her to a cat" where a birthday cake and ice :ream were served. Mrs. McMullen s worthy matron. W. S. C. S. Meeting— The W. S. C. S. met Wednesday Cternobn at the church with Mrs :. B. Chipman, Mrs. Roy Clark nd Mrs. C. S. Coffin .as hostesses Wrs. Vernel Hardgrove had charge f devotions, and Mrs. Wm. Batt ave the program. Plans were n M d V 01 ' the valentine tea which 'ill be held in the church parlors hursday afternoon. Filling Stations Of State Show Biggest Sales Tax Increase , Place in the December 1945, comparison of gains in re tail sales with December, 1944 was taken by filling stations i Iowa, with 45% 'boost, according to the University of Iowa bureau of business research: For the first time since August, they topped other lines, moving up from fourth place in November. Liquor stores ranked second with 37% increase. The November leader, motor vehicle dealers sunk to ninth place. Among the other lines: Furniture stores, 33%, family clothing stores, 27, drugs and jewelry each 25; lumber-building materials dealers, 21; hardware, 18- eating and drinking places and shoe stores,. each 14; combination stores (groceries and meats) and mens_ clothing and furnishings, * 12. Subscription— $2.50 per year; 7c single copy. Adv. rate 42c inch. emails Return— The A. C. Bernaus, who had been living near St. Peter, Minn moved the first of last week to the Chris Knudsen farm. The Knudsen's moved to Blue Earth. Minn., where they had bought a home Mrs. Bernau is a daughter of the Knudsons. .ALGONA tittMSR DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. Visited in Lakola— TTM >; s ' L. D. Daniels, Mrs. Clifford Holding and Mrs. Donqld Kienitz spent last Tuesday at ithe Elmer Kienilz home at Lakota helping Mrs. Kienitz celebrate her birthday. The Tom Trenarys were dinner ?uests Friday evening at the Henry Smith 'home. Mrs. Delmar Angus and Mrs. G ?. Hawcott entertained at a Staney tea Monday evening. •Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Torgerson Bode, spent Sunday at the home of their son 'Marshall Torgerson. The Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting will 'be held Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 13, at Mrs. Fred •loward's. Mrs. John Crawford, Marion, irrived last Tuesday to spend a 'ew days with .her sister Mrs. J H. Graham. T. Hantwick, .McGregor, arrived Monday evening called here by-the aital illness of his sister Mrs G H. Wessel. Stewart Thaves was in town a ay or two last-week. He recently eturned from Japan and now has is discharge from the army. Mr. -.and Mrs. Charles Schrader attended the funeral of Mrs Schrader's brother Donald Loss a Buffalo Center a week ago Tues day. The meeting of the r Women's Council was postpohec from Wednesday until Friday af .ternoon on account of the storm Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blumer and Junior Sigler, Algona, and Mrs Bertha Wallace sperit a week ago Sunday afternoon at the H. W Manus home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dackoh and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dacken and son, LuVerne. were dinner guests a week ago Sunday at the L. H Riodel home. 1 The Charles W. Patterson farm sale which was to have been held ast Wednesday was postponed un. ,il February 15 on account of the bad weather. The G. O. McFarlands moved ast week to their new home at the north edge of Burl which they bought some time ago from the T P. Trunkhills. Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel left Thursday for Iowa City where she is visiting her daughter Mrs. Robert welville, who expects soon to join er husband who is stationed near ioston. J. N. Holding, who has been laying with his daughter Mrs. van Long near Algona, was rought to the home of his other aughtcr Mrs. W. W. Boettcher hursday. He is in very poo health. Betty and Norman Mitchel spent the week end at the home o their uncle Fred Mitchell at Iowa Falls. The Fred Mitchells ferough them home Sunday. Ivan Smitl who is working for Mr. Mitchel] s P?nt the weekend at his home a Williams. Mr. and Mrs. «arold Weiske anc daughter, Titonka, came Thursday for a few days visit at the home of Mr. Weiske's mother Mrs. iEd Weiske. The Harold Weiskes are leaving Feb. 13 for Berkley, Calif, where he will attend school. He plans to take up forestry. Successful LuVerne Band Mothers Party LuVerne: The Band Mothers club sponsored a card party, Monday evening, in the school gymnasium. There were 1$ tables of 500, £r les ' of brid e e ' a «d 3 tables of cribbage. Prizes went to Harold Wolf for high score in 500, Frank crronbach won high prize in awdge, Robert Hardcopf won the high prize in cribbage Mrs. Arnold Hjelle won the travel prize and Joan Sanford received high score for 500 in the nigh school section. Over $30 was cleared from the party. Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the evening. • -.•, Lone Rock Sends Delegation To First Conservation Meet Lone Rock: Among those attending the .Kossuth County Conservation 'League meeting Friday night were Art Priebe, Melvin Hawks, Ralph Bierstedt, Rober Schmidt, James Long, Alton Pattit, Ray Jensen, Roger Jensen Russel Jensen, Wm. Knoll Jr., Alf Krugcr, Ernest Jensen and Frank Flaig. Birthday Party— A birthday parly in honor of Mrs. Ray Jensen was held Tuesday afternoon al the W. J. Cotton lome. The guests were Mesdames toy Jensen, E. M. Jensen, A A <rucger, Arthur Priebe, A. L. -olton, A. E. Jorgenson, Harry Montgomery and Don Houck. Home From Clinic— Mrs. W. C, Heiter arrived home >alurday night from Rochester, Winn., where she has been going hrough the Mayo clinic for dia- letics. She reports she is fcclin;' 'rely well now. Frank <Fiaig attended a special laclcsmith's meeting at the Ban- rofl legion hall Sunday afternoon.. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schmidt spent Sunday afternoon with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs Alfred Baas at iBurt. Mrs. Edw. Blanchard drove Mr and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard to Titonka, Tuesday to spend the day at the Geo. Klink home. Tuesday evening dinner guests at the H. A. Holmgren home were his brother .and wife Mr. and Mrs,. Iver Holmgren of Ruthven. Thursday evening visitors at the Walter Thompson home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener and Dale and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Rintz of Algona. The Lawrence Ditmer family o LuVerne and the Gerald Angu family were Friday dinner guest at the R. T. Angus home in hono of Mrs. R. T. Angus' birthday. Among those attending the funeral for John Madsen, husbanc of the former Delenna Rogers, for. many of Lone Rock, were Mr. anc Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson, Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Quinn and Mr. and Mrs Andrew Thompson. Mrs. Bob Hanna left Friday for Minneapolis where she is to meet ler husband Bob Hanna, AOMS-c of the U. S. navy, who is in Minneapolis now 'awaiting discharge Bob has spent over a year in Pearl Harbor. She will spend the few days while awaiting his discharge with Mr. and Mrs. Conn Harrington. Ge« Home Comfort that Laitt • Houictimc with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phont ui lod»v CowanBldgSupplyCo. I'lioiie 275- ALGOiXA, IOWA LOW COST ADVERTISING — That's what you get in Upper Des Moines want ads! Over 4,000 families a week read them. Home From India Lone Rock: Word was received by his parents Mr. and Mrs, J. F, Quinn that T-' Willard Quinn has landed in Seattle, Wash., from New Delhi, India, where he has been stationed. He has 'been gone around 3V 2 years. He is to be sent to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. ESSENTIAL IN WAR • NOW VITAL TO PEACE aa 't twztte ttf Cattle Hides! CALF SKINS HORSE HIDES HOG SKINS SHEEP PELTS We Pay HIGHEST PRICES & Fur Co. Operating Under New Management 301 Central Ave. F t. Dodge, Iowa Do Not Confuse Us With Any Firm of Similar Name order to be Sometimes— . . and 3 are reversed, m wh ich case heat 1S al^ ays wasted up the chimney. ' Inspect your plant now to make sure,,ou , have these three dam- ; pers, correctly placed and in good working order. Botsford LumberlCo. Phone 256 Jim Pool SALE STARTS AT 12 O'CLOCK of Livestock .- closin* out , a l e a t my farm , ocated , ^ wes( ^ 4 ^ rf ^ p ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ , February 19, : LWCH BY GOOD HOPE LADIES , • Head of Horses 21 - Head of Cattle - 21 o m °* tly white fa<:e8 ' wei » h * about 950 . Have beckon feed since November Ij 1 nice family cow 2 summer calves. : Head of Hogs Twenty tried Hampshire and Poland sows, bred to R B. Hampshire boar, start farrowing about March 20: 50 late summer pigs, good and thrifty,weight about 135 Ibs.: 1 year- Ung Hampshire boar, purebred. 3000, one FAKM MACHINERY, ETC. if ' ' Farm 11 F201 t kt. ******** ^TA^V-M. *ii 4WJ.V X, iJjJ.^. been fheddejdi drive belt and all belts? on/mtn \Qg\zw; feedtunk, be removed unttt BODDS a f er , C».h, or term, with your , wm men

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