The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 5, 1946
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PAGE TWO OClETY Methodist Women— The W. S/C. S. of the Methodist church meets Thursday, Miirch 7, for a 1:15 luncheon. Mrs. Waller Klamp is chairman -with Mrs. Glen Roland as assistant. Devotions will 'be-lecl by Mrs. Hattie William and •tne 'progrnm will be-given by Mrs. T. C. Hutchison. Women— The Woman's association of the Congregational church meets Thursday, March !i, for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs, Ruth Kin-tigh is the chairman. Devotions will be given by Mrs. John Clyde and the program will be a talk by Lewis Ferguson on coins. Fourth Birthday— 6ft her fourth birthday, Monday, Pamela Waller was hostess to several little friends at, a parly al the hortie of her grandmother, Mrs. Clara. .Pratl. Guests were Judie PJckett, Kathie Dermand, Bill Sigs- toee, Jim Pratl, and her brother Dennis, Presbyterian Luncheon-*Al the Presbyterian church Thursday, March 8 there will be a 1 o'clock luncheon, -a lhree-in*one affair. The membership committee are the hostesses. This is the close of Rie cliuVch year and new circle names will 'be drawn. . Surprise Party— Mrs. William Tjaden and Eileen Thill entertained at a surprise party at the Thul home Sunday evening for'Betly Wildin, who was celebrating her birlhday. Twelve guests, were present Gifts were opened' an'tl a lunch served. •—o— Seventh Birthday— • In honor of her little daughter Jane's 7vh birthday last Saturday, Mrs. C. II. Casey entertained the following quests at a theatre parly after which Ihcy went to the Casey home for ice cream and birthday cake: Marilyn Drccsman, Shirley Peterson. Sarah Laivell, Judy Dal- hauscr, Marilyn Kearney and the -honorec's sisler, Mary Ann.. ^ w^w^^wf; |H j« N' [§; CHECK SWIFT'S CHICKS they're HUSKY! HEALTHY! HARDY! —'VJ ¥ Swift's are hatching vigorous, strong chicks now... from selected, tested flocks. They'll grow into money-makers for you! They're bred for High Livability... Fast Growth ... Fast Feathering ... Early Maturity. They're the kind of chickc you want for profitable production! Get your Swift's Baby Chicks early for early profits! Choice strains of popular breeds. SWIFT'S HATCHERY Mildred, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schmalen of West Bend, and^Grarrrion^son df: Mr, and.'Mrs. Roy Adams of Algona, were uhit- ed in marriage-Thursday,-Feb. 28, at 9 o'clock in ; the mbrhlrtg, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church'by Father J. M. Malling6r. Thc ; doutole ring ceremony was vised. Josie McBvoy played the organ as Arlene Spilles snng "Ave Mai'in" and "On This Day, O Beautiful Mother.". •• i ....... John Schmalen, brother of the bride, was best man; • . A threercourse wedding dinner was served to about 35, relatives and friends following the ceremony at Hotel Franklin in West Bend. A reception was held, at the home of the bride's parents. . Waitresses Were Irene Schmal- cn, cousin of the bride, and Geneva Maguire, friend of the couple. .Mrs. Adams attended the West Bend school and the Sioux City Beauty Academy. She 'has been manager of Irene's Beauty , Shop here for several years. : ' Mr.'Adams attended the Ottosen school, He was recently discharged from the army after serving for three years, The couple will live on a farm near Algona following their wedding .trip. , Out-of-town relatives who'at- tended w?re Jake Schmalen of. Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. Mirsch of Eagle Grove, Mrs..,W. .C. Hoag of Humboldi,. Mr. and Mrs.. John Olson of Livermore, Mr. and "Mrs., umft DBS . defend Hoag of feradgali '% arid 'j-tten 't Archie Adams Bf Mrs. J. E. MoMahon of Gllmore City,, and. Mr. and . Mrs. Theroa Kendall of Long Beach, Calif. Irene Wagner Is Bride— . In a beautiful ceremony rit Stk Peter'and Paul's -CatHolic chilrchj dt West-.Bjehd on.Tuesday frfofn*; ing bit 9:30, February,20, Miss IreneV Wagjier, daughter of Mr, and -MrsJ. Philip Wagner, became the brldtg .of Walter P. Freilihger, son of Mil and Mrs. John Freilinger of Liver* Sore, The 'Rev. P. J. Durkin, a' LaSalette Father of Milford" Ia|, officiated at the double ring cere*- moiatf dtid nuptial mnss. I Alfred, Freilinger, brother of thfe grooVn, served tos best man. : I Aflter the ceremony a .weddjrig dinner'vwas served at the hpmffjbj the bride's parents. The room My.ias deqdrated in the 'bride's choffcn dolors.) , • , / Approximately 40 relatives rincl friends of 4he .couple were pros int. A 'three-tiered wedding 1 cake Wpp- ped; with a,miniature;,biJde . (and groom; .\ya3 .the.cesptcrpiece; fot«.-.Uj6 table. The dinner was ' serve $ by" Misses Alvfna .Freilihger ahd| Ag-> rleis Berfe.Kfttlv.of Liyer.mot'e.i; .: i I TJie bride was a graduate Wthe West Bend high school in the'class a'f '417 • The .grbpfri attendted St. Joseph's' school at St. J6'e\ /' ' ! The'young •couple entertained at a "wedding daricevat. the'F/iguer'oa-, ballroom^ .at: Livermore : fpr, their- friends and relatives.on,March 4-• -Mtv and Mrs. Walter FiJeilinger will live on a farm north (of Liv- Ifert ALGONA IOWA met ^ith William Vigars Frldny evening. -Ms is-a-^rotijvof eight men who meet each Friday even- Ing to play cnrds. Neighborly Party— , , v f Mrs. C, L. il'hgersoll an'd Mrs. fat. R. 'Cogging" ehterlaine*d fl gr%up Of ladies Friday trtternbtm^in-ah irt» formal gathering of neighbors who have -these rgeuto-gethers frequently. - Additional guests were Mrs. Charley Klamp, Mrs. LeR6y MdWhorler and Miss Capitola Sample, ermore. • ( P. E. O. Meets J Wednesday— j-... The P, E. O.-meets i with _ Miss Ella Thompson Wednesday aftfer- no6n, March '6. Mrs. R. A.'Bv.ante is the retiring president arid officers wlll ; be elected at , this meeting. Miss Minnie Cpate will give'the program. ' -. i.•.-.-. . .,—o— • • . Dorcas S.oclety— The <Dorcas society of the First will meet Thursday at 2:30 p. m. in ..the .church parlors. Hostesses w{H ibe Mrs..R. H..Galbraith, Mrs. Andrew Horvie, •and Mrs. Alma -Nelson. A Farewell Party— . . 1 A farewell party was given Wednesday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings who are. moving to Sexton where they have purchased a -home. The couple was pre- s&ited'Witn 'a .gift'.' "r^;. •'-. '.-. '/ •- Mrs. O. fi.'Hott entertained the members of hei* Lat-A-Lot bridge club Wednesday afternoon. High scdre pri^e went to Miss Deena Kohlhaas -aridi low score prize to Mrs. Clara Sankey. The next meeting will be ih two weeks with Mrs. L. A. Wlnkel at which time a potluck' IiureheofV Will-be given and a pew year, begins for the club. ; ciub.Wostess^",-! : r .\; ; ,-.;' ; -Mrs. Anton Dldr'iksen'entertain- ed the members of her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. is a Club Guest— Miss Evelyn Cady ? was guest at a party Thursday afternoon' given by the P-C ,club. of- Svhich she is a member. The afternoon was spent socially, v. r . Titonlifi:„, :Le>oy s '&. Loats t - son 6ffMr.Jand.i,Mrs, Tffltti Loatli ot TOPSffLERSlIN; ONE GAME, SERIES i Tom. McMahon, hefty; representative of :the Wesley 1 Auto Co. bowling -t.eam, captured .high honors .for the bowling: week'in the Kossuth League, r last week. Tom turned in a 236,score. : Other men scoring,200 or better were Don Smith (204), Marvin Calhouii (218), A.'Krominga (208), A. Young (226), R. Krominga (203), Elmer Peterson (207), "Soup" Briggs, who had .'a close shave. with a 200, Peter Waldron (225),.Doc ThiSsen (217), Erdman of Wesley (210); Beamish (210),-. Cotton (210), and Hutchinson With 200. Al Young of Titonka had a 630 series, bested by Tom McMahon by three' phi's,"'with"--B33." • • i; : ; •" ,Tit6nka t waS^oriflflirted and, Stalled »as £&\:6r- 'bf the mm Presfoyterlaft? church, in Mdnfo Wis., recently. • He'- had %ee studying nearly seven year's to attain this position and-had beeft serving as student pastor of the congregation., , ,„, LeRoy earned tots B.-A-. degree in 1943 fromMhe Unive»ity..iol Dubilque. , tt§ spent(\|t)AiS itifflft doing missionary Wwrk ^fajftong Reserva;tldh iff South'-J" ' then, entered, gan Fra!.^.. r _ fl ological Seminary. AlteP •". pleting his JUnior yenFutiieTe^int! returned to Iowa and finished his training .at- Iowa State -colleger - His mother, Mrs. ,1nios..-Ijoats, att0hded the ordihation cere"- thohy. :...•„:... Lulu Eden a Bride. ; , j >--,-, Miss Lula : Eden,' d&igHteir''of Mrs-< Louise MEde'n,v tecamev.-ithc bride of Wilbur W. Peterson, son ,of Mr; and: Mrs. .010, JV/Eeterson of-;JBritt:iin.i a ..doubje r.ingacere- mony ; -performed by; ihe • ReV.V W. L. Patterson at the'!^Methodist •parsonage - in: Belmondi , Tmey were, attended by Mr/-and Mrs. Walter J, R6sh^of Clarion. , V The bride 'arid gro6m' 'will' be at home to their many; ^friends on a farmn ortheast of .Woden-.'after a short honeymoon^ Mr. and Mrs. /harijld Johnson Of Sheldon were, dinner ;|Jests of. Mr. and Mrs. .George Sachau, Thursday evening, as we"re,?also Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgesoh^The Johnsons were planning on moving .March 1 r from the. ; cabin camp at Sheldon, .where tftey have, been , temporarily residing, to a house in. Orange .Cityvr;.' Kenneth Zeigler, recently ^discharged, from the .army, sp.?nt a few days .visiting his sister,,Mrs. Oscar Norland. He. is rio\v-liv- ing with his mother at Emmetsburg.. . : : -: >-. •.';•; .\" \ Mr. and, Mrs. John Pink-'and Mrs. Kline of Iowa Falls''spent the weekend at Spencer . and . t v. ,,De A 9terreichef , arrived la^t F¥idly after being ' the navy. H£ as .Minneapolis, Minn., ,wlfh thftjawit of Phm. 2o. ., A great TSart of his time in service was spent aboard a hospital shift, bdt Was SEfvihf fin a minesweeper, shortly before his discharge. DIOFR6NALD , — — Jtt^u -Tr f —L . •I urti :HMtar^aret,,Traub, of'Mr, ahd Mrs; Fred Traub, Ottosen, and Ronald Miller, son bf Mr. ,an'd Mrs. BY fi. Miller of Igeman. .Whittemore, and pelbert .Bdlgenian, Wes't Bend, werd Ush' A (Jiftn^f foi' th6 weddlhg'paf'"' ty vvaS'se.tved at'6, o'clock at the, nome of the brides parents; Mr. ( n'nd Mrs. Pred TraU'p,.Ottosen. At 7:$6 t» reception ^vas held for a, lafge" group of fHends and relatives. . ., , After a .feW days' ihoneymeon, the bride Will return' to D<«- Mbines, where she-will spend &i)c Vnoriths ! c6mpletlng her -nurse's training dourse. » i < i /, i i t « « Tuesday and Wednesday, March 5-G One of the Top "Iowa" Attractions PRC ft EDDIE DEAN ff^*~^£> In Jennifer HOLT • Ian KEITH Al LaRUE . Sarah PADDEN Emmett LYNN Photographed in Ttatttteit @o(vt Produced and Directed by ROBERT EMMETT 4 OF A KIND! Leo 'GORCEY AND . THE EAST SIDE KIDS HuntzHALL Billy BENEDICT Gabriel DEU- Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 7-8-9 LIFE WITH THE BUMSTEADS WAS NEVER pia/ tij Conuk Ue • Dutctii] b/ AbbY bi —Co-Hit— Iw*/.. Serial, "Federal Operator" No. 12 "Royal Mounted Bides Again" No. 1 r»^ .-••'••:•' J-H' : - ; - : ' :; ' •' --,- : --- ILverybody wants goods; .Mannfiicturers want to make them for yon. Yet niontha, lifter the war's end, yon still 6nd It difiicait to get many of the •' ; ; .r-r.,-( Vh: • i' .-. '.-•'•; - = •'. • • •' .- • r,-t things yon want and should have. • ' iV ••• 'M'i' ' V'lV'.v .- •- 'T-- -,;>- :•' •; - : •: > v So, Isn't this the time for all of us to •-f*:*'p ;•'-••<< i •. ,1. , :.-• :r : i -.--• v .'.";; "•. ;.;••.'• take stoclc ; ; ; to learn a lesson : i ; to find ouf, if we can, what will cure the •'•!••• J-:.?ySVV '••••;• f.-\ .')'•:.,', '. -•'•• -.-„• trqables we are having and prevent - : '^?-y- ' • ^ ;• -or their recurrence? •••.,'''•"•; j • '• ' -.•.-•"• i, - . i i < tf - r Let'* look ahead and agree on • • W';Sy'f';K '-•'•••• ' : ••;• :: . "'. • : ' ' •• program that will insure the full pro* ..•" ; / -f •;:•>•. : - - -* • duction everybody agrees is the real answer to most of our problems. •'-.• :.:'• : ' ' \t'-' • '•• > - -• •' •' , •"• Suppose we begin by taking a good look at three roadblocks to prop^eri STRIKES "'^""- " '•-* • ' :•'• '• • :"*:, ..•. '. , --'-i'.'V <!>,.: Whatever their Justice or Injastice, strikes paralyze production, force people to 099 up their savings, «n4 '.$***' "'. ' " ' 'f! ?'f' j ' , , , , t . ,, . result in losses that can never be made ''-' •' op." Full production (sp'l possible when -, ,' T • • p j •'-*(--•" -j t •«.^'*..»;.W • .r- t ?*-. .; ••, •-'.-• .r Indnsby suffers Ipjiet b«caof<B of rif* . v >: J )• *•• - v •' J ri'w>.v ••••••; • ••>(••• "-••-? Ing costs and frozen price*, Price .ire the only onei that can effec't. Tell them hew you jfeel' m ,„. . * COAT-IS HERE v. At M^o«e from Spring'*. . iur* >t ilicir pc«ki - SeUct Aowi... ceilings' limit production — goods just don't get made. GOVERNMENT SPENDING Continued huge government spending means continued high taxes. High taxes discourage production, hinder the creation of jobs, and leave joa less to spend) ISN'T THIS THE WxYf • The people, through Congress, can remove these roadblocks In the long* range interests of all i M By establishing a labor policy tnat will treat labor and management exactly alike, and above all be Mr to the public; By removing the shackle* of price "•.; -:-,*': • ^ ' • '~, *Ti - '• ""•.•'-."* .'-'-.-•' ','•. * control on manufactured goods} By cutting down > on government *,'!;!* -1 ^^ .. : , • •* »;«r * •-"•'**• .- w «? spending now and balancing the ; Federal budget by the 1947 fiscal yeu ' '• ' T er * * • '•*" V '*'••£'.: i i' • 'J t'.-.^v;^' ^*." : it^' •t a level of income and outgo thai taxpayers can stand, vP^'^f^f^ ^M* pwgrtim ts fj| the public interest?

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