The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1946 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 26, 1946
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V 4 'MAR. Ottosew Ccraffte Ifefl fifty Yeats; 100 i?ay Respects V.who assisted with Iwere Mrs. Lester Ottosen: Over 100 relatives and friends of-Mr. and.Mrs. John Jorgena.-called on them Thurs day, March 21, • to ' congratulate ;them on. their golden wedding ;anmversary. Mr. and Mrs. Jer- ;ens held open house from 2 un* 11 five in the afternoon and from :pvpn to ten in the evening. 'The table from which ( a buffet •Style lunch was served -was dec- oiated in gold and white with a three^tiercd wedding cake with,a .miniature bride -and groom standing in an arch as a centerpiece. Individual pieces of cake were decorated with gold roses, i Mrs. Earle Pease of Humboldt P poured at the luncheon. Those, the serving' Jergens of IHugo, Colo., • Mrs, Earle Mann [and Mrs. Irwin Jergens Sr., Da- Ikota City, Mrs. Andrew Jergens lof Rutland and Mrs. James rilruthers. ' During the afternoon and again In the evening, Mrs. -Earle Pease Tread a poem she had written on fhe 50 years of wedded life of he honored couple. Mrs. Ralph Mchards gave a reading "It 'akes A Heap O'Livin, to Make home." Mr. and Mrs. Jergens were re- nembered with many beautiful and useful gifts. Miss Queen DeGrotte and JJohn C. ; Jergens were married in fHumboldt, March -21, 1896 'and Iwent to live in Chicago, where hey lived for one year, after which 'they .returned to Hum- iboldt county, where they lived .on a farm:<until 1907, when they- moved to Hugo, Colo., and .bought .& Branch. ' In 1939'they returned to Iowa and.moved;'onto' their farm West of Ottosen until .three years ago when they puiv chased a ho Us 2 in Ottosen and moved -to tov.'n. " The couple havt; one son, Lester of Hugo, Colo., and ^granddaughter, Katherine gens'. .Among .the- relatives > present one Jer- ness which Mr. •Weaver contirl ued to operate after his ;partnef'S death until a year or so ago when he sold out to the Buchanan Abstract Co. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver have always taken ah active .part :iri community life and social affairs. As a hobby ..Mr. Weaver has :been an ardent sportsman arid still enjoys a hunting.or -fishing trip .as much as anyone. The Weavers have two daughters, Mrs. E. A. Schomel,'AJgona, and Mrs. R. A. Menzel, who arrives today from her home in Houghlon, Mich. There are also two grandsons, Mart Scheme!, a senior student^at Coe college and Hugh Menzel, jloughton, Mich. . Keith Slra.vers Honored-— •Mr., and Mrs. M. O. Dains and Mr. and Mrs. -Ernest Egel .gave a party Friday, Marh 22, at the home of Mi', and Mrs. -Keith Strayer honoring the letter's 12th .wedding anniversary. The evening was spent at 500, four tables being in >lay. Other guests were Mr. and Wrs. Berle Priebe, 'Mr. and Mrs. ?lyde Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Don Weaver, Mrs. Beecher -Lane, Har* old Dains Jr. and Mr. and ''Mrs. Oran Hudson. High score for'wo- men went to Mrs. Beecher Lane, ow to Mrs. Clyde Priebe, High for mcnt-to Berlc Priebe and low to farm northwest of Whittemore. =-Out of town relatives and friends attending ..the ceremony .'were James Dodds, aviation •metalsmith third.class of Minneapolis, Minn., Evelyn Dodds of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs..Robert Albright and children of Churden; Lloyd Bleckwenn of Fenton; 'Mr. ."and Mrs. Edward Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grteinert and children, Edwin Greinert'and daughter, of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alt and son of Burt; Kale Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seeley and children, Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dodds and family, Mrs. Walter Weisbrod and dau&h ter and Mrs. Algona. Mayme Winkel, of CeiMt Strayer. farold Dains.; Travel prize to •for the oceas.'on were: Mr. and JWrs. Lester 'Jeirgens arid /daughter, of Hugo,'. Cnlo., Mr. Jin-gens' mother, Mrs.".Elizabeth Jergens, arid,'Mr. and Mrs.'Andrew 1 Jer- .aens of Rutland, 'Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jergens Sr., Louis tcrgdns Jr., and'Mr.,and.Mrs. Frank Jer- £ens of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs of Algona, Mr. and,Mrs. Perry DeGroote of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cook of Gilmore City, Mr. and Mrs. George Jergens and so nof'Whit- .temore, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jergens v of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. O.' H. DeGroote, Mr.' and Mrs. Carl Cook, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Oxborrow, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Oxborrow, Mrs. Earle Pease, Mrs. tKatherine Teflier, Mr. John De- Schmidt, and the Misses Lucy, Anna and Frances DeSchmidt, all of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Earle Mann and Shirley and Mrs. Irwin :Jergens Sr., Dakota City, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapman and soh of Rolfe. Julie Orton Weds— '• A telegram from Bulie Orton,the First of the week to her parents, iVTr. and Mrs. Clark > Orton, an- liounced her marriage, to Capt. Wilson Arbanathy of March 22' at Ithe home of the groom's parents in ^aluski, Tenn. Captain Arbanathy -^- J ^as?;a?»iustang flgftter,-jpilQt ''tVii' tiXiii- nnW-;J*"'-/,^i/lUi«jT-*_ . hooting down five-German planes'.' tapt. Arbanathy is- a .member of C reserves and will soon enter eorgia university .where he will jidyaeronautical engineering. itlie has recently been eroplpy- |at the following ^ return from .California where was employed for a time. —o— l Tjadens Honored— , A house warming party was held Junday night at the Bill Tjaden ome. The Tjadens moved March to the Henry Potter farm home from Burt. A gift was given them |nd a lunch served. Those attending were Robert Bode. Henry Dearchs Jr., Dorothy Ind Ruth Gisch, Kenneth Sarchet, "JeUy Wildin. Eileen Thul, Ward Tinkle and Ray Devine, Andrcasens .Celebrate— Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Andreasen /ill hold open house at their lome south of Burt on Sunday, March 31, from 2 to £Jn the.'after- loon and 8 to 10 in the evening in honor of their 25th weddtn'g anni- ('ersary. The Andreasens have two sons, Arnold attending Iowa State .college and Warren in' the merchant [marine. Warren arrived home last; [wek after recently returning to the ^States after four months in the Philippines land Japan. Arnold was tilso home over the week end. Both boys will toe home to help Iheir parents celebrate the occa- 1 lion. prs. Mayer Has Birthday— • Relatives, of iMr. and. Mrs. Isa- tfore Mayer of St. Benedict gath-. fered at their home Thursday -ey-, ening, March 21, to honor Mrs, layer on4ier 70th birthday,;Cards ffflere played and cake and ice i were served to 84 people. Alvina, daughter of Mr. and Mayer, who -was pn leave from her work with the American Embassy in South America, was present. ' Other guests were Mr, end . . Chas. Gilbride and Louis, Algoaaj Kr ? end (Mr*. Leo Hanig, Ponald, itanley, Billy and Mary LQU, Mr. *v4 Mrs. .Louis Goetz, Mr. and Irs. Alfred Erdman and WilJis, [of Wesley; and Mr. & Kam Mwer; Robert,,' |and Ramona, Algona. —o- ParewelJ for Mrs, Mrs. Joe Lowe entertained pne o'clock luncheon T,' a farewell compliment f . *alph Carpenter, who is n o Marshalitown April I. -\ {•e Mesdames Wade SulUvan, Kenelick, Dans PflJfsou, Smith, and Phil JJohJlyias. m4 Katherine Kain. for Mrs. mJS.peUan.eous shower ivss FrMay afternopn at iftp Q| MwWK,. F«pB tor Weavers Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. M. P, Weaver will hold open house in honor of their golden wedding anniversary on Tuesday, April 2, from 2 to 5 o'clock in the -afternoon -and from 8. o'clock in the evening. :No ,,.; ;;- ^iVersarK v ,cele,W-at(on' Se , three* Algona Women who attended the wedding, 'Mrs. C. T. Chubb, Mrs. Al Falkenhainer and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. , A family, dinner will be held that evening at George's Cafe. "The Weavers were married in 'Algona 50 years ago by the- Rev, Sinclair, pastor of the Congregational .church. Mr. Weaver was deputy .auditor .at the time 'and Mrs. Weaver, .then Alta Powers, was :a 'teacher in the second .grade. The Weavers • b'uilt their present home and, moved into it the Fourth of July -.after' their' marriage. During the following years Mr. Weaver- served as auditor and later was postmaster for several years. 'Following, his, postmastership •he and' Chas. Lathrop purchased the .jC. M. .Doxsee abstract busi- ITS. rle Hoover, Mr$. , ts. Tom Sampson Give Your Angel Florence Dodds Weds— In a candlelight service at the Good Hope Methodist church: Sunday, March 24, Florence Dodds, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. .W. I. Dodds, was united in marriage to Elmer Greinert, son of Mr., and Mrs. Edwlard Greinert, of Whittemore. The single ring ceremony, was performed by the Rev. R. D. Kitterman before an ,altar of palms, ferns, and cut flowers. The couple was attended by Betty Kueck of Lone Rock, cousin of the bride, and Fred Greinert, brother of .the groom. Helena Weisbrod played a few seletions on the piano and also sang a solo and was accompanied at the piano by her mother, Mrs. Walter Weisbrod. The -bride wore a twilight blue suit and carried a white brble.-She wore a corsage of white,gardenias. Her attendant wore alight gray suit with a corsage of yellow roses and jonquils. Both mothers wore corsages of jonquils and sweet peas. A wedding dinner was served to 40 .guests at the Dodds home. Table waitresses were : -Ruby .Alt, Rachel Weisbr.od and .Bernice Winkel. Mrs. Greinert is a .graduate of the Algona high school and of the Samuel Beauty School in Sioux City. She had been employed for a time in an Emmetsburg beauty assistant in Modernistic Beauty Shop here, and had been employed for two years in a'De- fense plant in Battle Creek, Mich., where .she -'also ,-.was •n-'-nursesi-alt}. in ^thfr veterans-hospital;... ^..,r .<. _„ .I'Greineri reserved' '/with-*"the; first, cavalry in'the army;arid .was wilih the first unit to enter Manila and Japan. He''also served in Australia, New Guinea, and .the Philippines. He was overseas .for' ,3G months. The .cojjpleicre nowon.a honeymoon trip, ,bu\ .'will reside .on a shop, had been an Bernice Winkel's Entertains JCHitliiiff Club— 'Mrs. Joe Wadeleigh was hostess ;to the,members of her knitting :ckib Tuesday afternoon. The club 'has ten-members. •—o— !Rel Canto to Meet Wednesday^ The Bel Canto club meets Wednesday, March'27, at 2 p. m. at the library.'The program is Wagnerian •opera-Alice Weber, Francis Carmean. Illustrations, Thais Bueghly, ! Francis McMahon. —o— iHousewarming for Presthuscs .Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthus, who moved here recently, from ! Bancro"ft and purchased the former John Goeders home on E. North Street, were given a house- warming'by 15 friends Monday evening. A pot-luck lunch was brought by the guests.- .Guests were 'Mr. and Mrs. Ole Allison, Mrs. Alma Nelson, Mrs. Anna Bohannon, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Thompson, Mrs. Marie Peterson and daughter Maxine, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren and Mr. and Mrs. George Spongberg. Rev. and Mrs. Benzon were unable to be present because of a church meeting in Gowrie which they had to attend and Mrs. Chas. Rosewall was unable to attend because of illness. fOlVA___ Spoar, Cecilo Wittern, Betty Gal- ltWr.:*K A i... • r-t . %-t >i braith, Alrnirn Barton, Linnca netas Lynk nnd Mrs. Lynk save Green, Esthei Hiserodt, Ber- Mcda Kedfield. the interpreta- Farm Couples Group Meets The young married couples of the farm group with County Agent A. L. Brown as the head will meet at Burt Wednesday for a 7 o'clock dinner to be served at the Methodist church. This is a regular monthly meeting. Danny Engesser is Three Mrs. Dan Engesser entertained Wednesday afternoon, March 20, for her;;little son Danny whose third birthday was .being observed. 'Guests were Joan and Darrell Flynn, Janice Jensen, Billy Higgiris, Paul and Bob Eisele of Whittemore, the mothers of :the children were also guests, and Mrs. N.- J. Weyderfr of Whittemore, .and the Misses Julia ancl Helen McEnroe. Rebekah Lodge-to Garner ;. -„. '-Twenty-three members of the Rebekah .lodge.'.went ,to;. Garner JThurs'day; evening^to ; present the' >symb61ic,al work "Moon and Seven "Stars." TheVladies taking part in this were clad in blue and -white formals, and various appurtenances of blue and silver were used in the rite. Those taking part were Mesdames Pearl Moore, 'Rose Smith, Bertha K.D. JAMES The REXALL Store * •$h.eV«i angel but go >vor}«jly«wi$c. -She keeps you guessing ajicj you Jove It! Enchanting )>Qtiqi4gtrK)en4 with an, 7,50, 0,00, 3.50. «/ « K, D. James Aspiroids 50c Rexall Syrup of Figs .!50c Rexall Baby Laxative 35c Rexall Children's Cough Syrup 35c Rexall Throat Gargle..... 50c Rexall Cold Tablets 25c Puretest Mineral OH..... 75c Monacet Compound, 100 tablets 75c Rexall Optex Eye Wash 50c Vineland Tonic $1.25 Economy Slie Battle af Pvrettit —^ ASPIRIN TABLETS «£&, 49 C ll't the Rexall Drvg Radio Shaw ilar- rlng Jimmy Pwronte and Oarry Moor*. .coaK— Friday Nlohti. rt/fef/W: 5TAO flff iUM Shying Cream IN PRlHiS ^ IF J *,. ^S: THE «£SS PRESCRIPTION Bff*RTHINT IS KEYED T0THISI TIMES... IT IS TH8 PQtiCY pf the Rex- <tU'PfHg St(jpc40 mjintain 9 apfllplcte supply of laboratory- fresh drugs |f*ii fl'mes.... In- by . IT«S BISHT tion and Mrs. Hodfield presented the silver stars. The Garner chapter had 41 members present. Honor Keiiefick Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison, Judge nnd Mrs. G. W. vStillman end Mr. and Mrs. Duano Dewd ontcrlainr-d' .at dinner Saturday evoning for'.'Dr. and Mrs. John Konr-fick, a '••compliment to the doctor, _ who-has recently returned to his practice after serving as a commander in the navy. The evening was spent socially. Past Matrons' .Luncheon— I'lm Past Matron cluh menls Tuesday for,a.'one o'clock luncheon at the Temple with Mrs. K. W. LuKby, Mrs.' W. K. McDonald and Mrs. Clinton Lighter as hostesses. Naomi Circle— The Naomi CircTc mot with Mrs. A. M. Collinson Friday afternoon. Twenty-nine guests were present. Attend BanSroft Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Casler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. larence Mogensen and Mrs. Stella Schueler and sons of Swea City went to Bancroft Wednesday, where they enjoyed a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Schueler, the occasion being in celebration of Mr. Schuoler's G2nd birthday. Celebrates Birthday— Mrs. g.-'B. French observed her birthday Sunday with a dinner at which tho members of her family ancl their children were present. ' Club Host io Veterans— Members of the Presbyterian Men's club were hosts last Wednesday evening to ex-service men from the church congregation, and other service men friends of theirs at a dinner and program in the church basement. Frank Roscoe was chairman of the kitchen committee, assisted by Fred -Shilts, Paul Lindholm, J. A. Reid, while the cleanup committee consisted of Elmer Langmack, Rev. Kuyper, and T. H. Vaughn. George St. John presided at the session, while Paul Lindholm acted as chairman of the program committee, and introduced Joe Rickcr, who told a few humorous anecdotes. Service men present each rose, gave their length of service, theatres of duty, and branch of service. About 05 men were present. Loses v finds a $350 Dimond Here Saturday Mrs. W. K. Laivcll lost—and found—a diamond valued at $350. last Saturday afternoon, in a story that is unusual, to say. the least. Mr. and Mrs. Laivell were downtown and stopped for a few minutes to talk to Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan at the latter's car. The Linnans were in tho car with a door open during the conversation. A few minutes after they •left, the LaivcIIs discovered that the setting in Mrs. Laivell's diamond ring was gone. They retraced their steps, looked on sidewalks and streets, and had just about given up the search. Then they l-.appened to think of the car conversation and called Lin- nans. A search of the car revealed the diamond nsslling ON THE RUNNING BOAKD. It had remained there over a journey of several blocks, the machine being of a type where the doors when closed cover the running board. Lowe Tells Rotary Of Mousing Struggle J. D. .Lowe, city attorney, spoke at the Rotary club'-'meeting, Monday noon, and told of background work in 'connection with obtaining approval for 20 government aproved homes here. The "homes" will probably be apartments made from the hospital building by putting in appropriate partitions, at the prison camp. He also described work that had been done to get the government to grant the prison camp land with some buildings and equipment to the city for use as an airport. He was introduced by Walt 'Bradley, program chairman, and the talk was most interesting, particularly Mr. Lowe's visit to 'FHA headquarters in Chicago. '.Burt Project IVfeethtg Burt: The county 'Home ject committee and township chairmen met at the Marvin Ho* tal for a one o'clock luncheon-last week 'Monday. Plans Were made for Achievement 'day, which will be held April 23 in the Burt Presbyterian .church. Mrs. .'Raymond Sayre, state president,. <is to be present. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! system. Kiwariis Hear Cooper The Kiwanis club, last Thursday noon, enjoyed a surprise program of unusual interest wMn Supt. Cooper of the State 'Training School for Boys was speaker. He told of conditions that he found at the school when he .took over last fall, and added that had ho known the true condition he would not have left his position in the Fort Dodge school Jftdj u tffu bfe R 0 W -1R 0 P For FlNGER TIP taririing • '•''•• ' • . - • • *» OFFICE SUPPLIES — A good stock on hand, getting larger every day. Fill your needs at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. Tuesday, March 26 Gene Tierney in "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" Outdoor Technicolor. Wednesday and Thursday, March 27-28 Daily Matinee 2 P. M. The only cultivator that you can raise, lower, and set the depth with a SINGLE Finger Tip Control. Put it on the new Ford Tractor j or take it off, in a minute or less I Easily adjustable to wide range pf row widths. Sweeps or shovels have vertical and' lateral adjustment to : meet all conditions. Adjustable shields; ample clearance for tall crops. Kent Motor Co. ALGONA Tuesday and Wednesday, March 26-27 Peter LORRE-Katina PAX^ Added Attraction Laurel & Hardy in "MUSIC BOX" VictorFRANCEN Friday and Saturday, March 29-30 Cartoon —• Musical — News Sunday and, Monday, March 31-April 1 Comedy — Csirtoen «. $§ws iv Out .of the terror-haunted swampland... storms -the ''daring screen version of this world-famous novel! wlth-'flUTH-NELSON •• -DORINDA CLIFTON IOREN TINDALL • GLORIA HOIOEN • ERNEST COSSART • VANESSA BROWN Screenplay by Erna Laiarui Produced by ALEXIS'THURN-TAXIS Directed by MELCHOR C. FERRER Thursday, Friday aridiSaturday, March 28-29-30 COLUMBIA PICTURES presents Warner BAXTER .-. C0UITE*IRWIN • MILES MANDfR . JOHN AtlQTt EDWARD CUNNELU • land on Hit p»pul»r CIS «qdlo fr«o""» "Crlm* Doctor" by Max March ~ ----- . frodurtd by Rudolph C. ftethow . Pir.ct.d by William C<KI« JOHN lim . DUSrf ANOER50N . ARD CUNNnU . IdMd oa « Slecy and Scntnplay by Eric'Taylor CorHit 'Graie Autry in "BLUE MOUNTAIN SKIES" Added, Serial, "Royal Mounted Rides" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, .Wednesday, Mar, 31-Apr, ti2«

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