The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1946 · Page 14
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PAGE SIGHT. Lokoto Community Club Will Sponsor Banquet For Cagers Lakota: -Mrs. Edward Hagge was hostess to the Methodist W. S. C. S. at the church last week Wednesday afternoon. Plans were discussed and committees appointed for the banquet the community club is sponsoring honoring their •wives, the girls and boys high school basketball teams, cheer) leaders, school faculty and parents ' of the basketball teams at the school gymnasium April 4. The W. S. C. S. women are serving the meal. The next meeting will be April 17 \v1ith Mrs. Orville Koppen as hostess. Acorn Club Hostess— Mrs. F. F. Darnauer was hostess to the Acorn club at her home last week Tuesday afternoon. This meeting was a postponed meeting from the proceeding Thursday because so many members were in Des Moines at the girls basketball tournament. Roll 'call was Name a Lake. Mrs. Francis Adams read an interesting paper on Minnesota lakes; Mrs. J. W. Cook sang a solo, By the Waters of Minnetonka: Mrs. J. H. Warburton talked on Miracles of Science by Arthur I. Brown. The'March 28 meeting will be with Mrs. H. H. Murray. At Alffona Wedding:— Edward Thaves drove up from Algona Saturday March 1C, and his sisters Emma and Louise Thav- es accompanied him to Algona for a week end visit and on Sunday they attended the 2 o'clock wedding at the Presbyterian hurch of their niece Jeanne Guderian and Merril Bacon of Burl. Jeanne's mother, Mrs* Ruth Guedrian is a daughter of the late Will Thaves and wife, and a former Lakota girl. Presbyterian Society Meets— Mesdames Guy Beemer, George' Winter and Henry Swalve were hostesses to the Presbyterian Missionary Society at the church, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. D. W. Mittag had meditations: Mrs. W. D. Ley 'had charge of devotions: Mrs. E. H. Buschman had the lesson from Women and Missions. Son For Clanbaughs— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clanbaugh at the Buffalo Center hospital Friday, March 15. Mr. Clanbaugh is employed at the Heetland produce station. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Wi-bben at an Algona hospital last week. His name is Loren David. The Wibbens have two other boys. Mrs. Steve Powers spent last week Friday and Saturday visiting friends in Algona. iMrs. Kilmer Hajpson was hostess to the Lutheran Missionary Society Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Cclla iBunkot'skc and Stella Krall oC Garner were last week Sunday dinner guests at the F. C. K rails. .•Mr. and Mrs. Gunn of Emmetsburg visited Mrs. Gunn's sister atid family the Herman Weringas Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kilmer Hanson drove to Frost last week Tuesday ni?ht to visit Mr. Hanson's mother who is ill. Mefdames Robert Addy and Reindcr Johnson held a Stanley products party at the Johnson home last week Wednesday after- boon. Mrs. Mary Zollcr and Mrs. An- dreW Anderson went to Keistcr last week Tuesday morning to at- tetrl n funeral and Mr. Anderson went after them that evening. The Good Will club Will meet Thursday afternoon, March 28, at the country home of Miss Emma Krause, with Mrs. Clarence Krause as assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen and daughter Pauline of Mason City visited Wednesday afternoon and evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engel. Mrs. L. E. Dcibler returned home recently from Ariba, Indiana, where she had been for several days attending the iuneral of her brother, who died recently from pneumonia. The Missionary Study Class of IN: Methodist church held their meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. The afternoon waj spent studying from their study book. Robert Chapman of Ames spent a few days visiting at the nome of his grandparents, Mr. •md Mrs. F. I. Chapman. Bob is jttending college at Ames, and this is his vacation between quarters. Those who are on Ihc sick list from the community are Mrs. Smmett Knary, Mrs. Art Riley, \Trs. H. C. Allen, Mrs. Anna Sankey, Mrs. William Wolf, Marlin Heli has pneumonia and Douglas Holmes is ill with the measles. Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton irrivcd home from California, where Mr. Hamilton has received his honorable discharge from the army. Mrs. Hamilton is the former Kalhryn Futzstuck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Putzstuck. They arc now living in Titonka, where he is employed in his father's hatchery. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Putzstuck received word the first of the week from their son Mo. M. M. 1-c James Putzstuck that he has landed safely in San Francisco after spending about two years in the Pacific area. James is in the navy and was sent to Minneapolis, Minn., whe'-e he received his honorable discharge. LOIS ELAINE BJERG OTTOSEN GIRL IS BRIDE, MARCH 17 Ottosen: Lois Elaine, daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. Jens Bjerg, manager of the Ottosen Co-op. Creamery, and Paul Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oordon Hamilton of Auburn Heights, Michigan, were United in marriage Sunday evening, March 17, at 8 o'clock at the Besthaba Lutheran church in Des Moines. Rev. Stanley Larson, Des Moines, performed the double ring ceremony before about 125 guests. Miss Bjerg was given in marriage by her father and they entered the church to the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding March played by Miss Emma Hanson of DCS Moines. Preceding the ceremony Alvin Knutsen sang I Love You Truly and Because. Attendants were Gcnevieve Bjerg, sister of the bride, inatrpn-of-hon- or, Mrs. Emmert Bjerg, DCS Moines, sister-in-law of the bride, bridesmaid, and Robert Stewart, best man and . John Hamilton. Following the ceremony a re- ception'was given by the bride's parents in the church parlors. Waitresses were Misses Marjorie Peterson, Norma Vickey, Vera Kyar, Doris Kvar, LaVona Hansen, and Mrs. Dorothy Vickey, all of Des Moines. Miss Vanita' Peterson cut the wedding cake and Mrs. J. W. Hansen and Mrs. E. M. Peterson poured coffee. The bride is a graduate of the East High School in Des Moines in 1944 and was employed by the 'Meredith Publishing Company in that city. The groom was recently discharged from the navy whore he spent three years in the South Pacific. 'At the time of his discharge he was a Putty Officer second class. The couple flew to Chicago, where they will spend a few days honeymooning and from there will go to Aburn Heights, Mich., where they plan to make their home. Hurnbbldt gave a tflftt bft UNO. at "s06" ' ; "•> Mr. and Mrs. Oscar 6ppedahi e'htef tained friends: • Tuesday evening in, their home, five Hundred was played. Prteca,,. were won by Jens Bjerg and Mrs. Chester Alme, high, arid Morris Larson and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson as low. Those attending were. Messrs, and Mesdames Morris liarson, Sylvan Jacobsort, Jens Bjerg,-Harold Sundt, Percy Watnem, and Chester Alme and Alfred Lemke. Lotts Creek: The members oCl the Men's club met in the school] auditorium Monday evening, Mcrch 12. After the business meeting some motion pictures were shown and inside baseball was oUivecl. Art Zumach and i Bi'l Zumach were on the serving committee and Delbert Gcit/e- nauer and Lorcnv Pijahn on the entertainment. A lunch was served. LYLESCHIPULLOF LUVERNE WEDS AT EAGLE GROVE Lu Verne: Miss Evelyn Pink- ele. daughter oC Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pinkele o£ Eagle Grove and Lyle Schipull, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Schipull, were united in marriage Thursday evening, March 21, at 7:30 in the evening. The wedding was by candlelight. Rev. Tompkms, pastor of the Methodist church, performed the ceremony before a group of friends and relatives in the Methodist church in Eagle Grove. Lohengrin's Bridal Song wns used for the processional and Mendelssohn's Wedding March for the recessional. Preceding the ceremony Margaret Willard san r ; two selections. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Paul Mickelson, Eagle Grove, was her sister's matron of honor. Otto Schipull, brother of the groom, was the best man. Ushers were Viola Schipull, sister of the groorn, Yvonne Pinkele, Alfred Schipull, cousin of the- groom and Paul Micheleson of Eagle Grove. Raymond Schipull, brother of the groom, and Lewis Pinkele were the groomsmen. Following the ceremony a reception for 30 guests was''held in the church parlors. Betty Hefti of Lu Verne was a waitress. Following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Schipull left on a short wedding trip. Lyle jqst recently received his honorable discharge from the army after having spent three years and five months in the service. The bride has been teaching school for the past few years. Those from here who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. William Schipull and family, Alfred Schipull, Betty Hefti and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lupkes. Marlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti, is ill at his home with pneumonia at this writing. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips and son Dean arrived home Monday evening from Muscatme, where Rev. Phillips officiated at the marriage of his niece. Nick Gengler drove to Spencer on business Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Insko and family of near St. Joe visited at the John Kohlwes home Tuesday evening, March 19. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin PolraU visited at the Don Radigs-Tuesday evening, March 11). The Fritz Meyer family visited at the Arnold Meine home Wednesday evening aft::r church services. It was Janice Meine's birthday. Mr--. Rev. A. Roh:l<.r nnu boys from Fairville, called on the Rev. A. Olios Friday afternoon. Little Eunice Otto returned from the hospital Wednesday afternoon. Lorenz Pijahn left for Brainerd, Minn., Friday morning for a visit with relatives. From there he will join with the Stucler Construction company at Northficld, Minn; The Roinhard Wet/els had as Tuesday evening, ?.iarch 19, dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Harold Luedtke and family, Lorenz Pi-' jahn and Ferdie Miltag, the Edwin Wichtendahl family wore later visitors there. The following dropped in at the Art Ruschs Tuesday evening, March 19, the occasion being his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Leininger and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmerman, Mr. and Mis. M. F. Meyer, and the Reinhcld Zun-.achs of Whiltcmorc. Mr. and Mrs . H. F. Mittag drove to Sheldon Monday, Mar. 18, for a few clays visit at the Hugo MitUig home. Hugo was recently transferred from Truesdale Co-op. Elevator, where he served us manager to Farmers Co-op, elevator at Sheldon. Edward Priebes Of Lone Rock Entertain Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Priebe entertained at 7:00 dinner Monday evening in honor of Edw. Priebe's birthday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fisher and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fisher, all of Lone Rock. Also Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe and family, Ernest Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Priebe and Jamce. &lb Stgle Cage Jtmef/'ca's Qua/ify Beef ?;_jjflttMAN BUG. CO.. IA CHOSSI. WIS. Humboldl Teachers Meet The Humboldt county teachers met Wednesday evening at the OUosen school with about 40 attending. .At 6:30 p. m. a two- course dinner was served by the Lutheran Ladies' Aid in the Lutheran church parlors. After the dinner they went to the school house, where a business meeting and a short program was held. The program included a vocal duet by Greta Fowler and Violet Nelson, songs by the girl's sextette, and Mrs. Ken Smith of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobsori and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl visited Mrs. Fahey Gress, who Is confined in the Kossuth -hospital in Algona, on Monday. The Qregs baby weighed seven pounds at birth and has been named Rodney Lee. Mrs. Alf Lee entertained Tuesday, evening in honor of her hus- barfd's birthday. After a chicken dinner cards were played. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Vinaas and daughter Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius, and Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and son Knut Jr^- "" Surprise For F. F. Fett Lu Verne: A surprise birthday party was held recently at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fett in honor of Mr. Fett's ibirthday which was March 12, Friends and neighbors gathered at the home for the party. No Restrictions On FURNACES Some Models Available Now Many families will be enjoying scon that new pre-war quality Grtsn Colonial Furnace they've been waiting for. HAVE YOU PLACED YOUR ORDER? If not, do it quiclclyj the demand i.« heavier than ths immediate flupplj- — but you'll always be &lad yon waited for R Green Colonial Furnace. See us today. • Whefher you prefer coal, oil or gat there's a spccinlly deiignsd Green Colonial Furnncc to Insure your comfort. BLOWERS Laing & Muekey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa . , The New Chevrolet- Now on Display at Kossuth Motor Co. in Alsona is Worth 2 in That car you are driving NOW, though it may have a few rattles and may have lost a bit of its power and speed, is worth two cars that aren't here quite yet. It, or some other used car, is going to have to carry you many miles before you can replace it with a new one. So we say frankly and earnestly, take care of your pres- 'dnt car. Make sure it stays in the best possible condition mechanically — UNTIL you can have your new car! and Let Kossuth Motor Experts Check on the Following: % CAR BODY—Does it need body work or painting? Q MOTOR—Does it need tune-up or overhaul? & LUBRICATION—Have you changed to summer grease? ^ CARBURETOR—Does it need cleaning or adjustment? ^ IGNITION—What about points and plugs? • GENERATOR—Let us look it over, also Starter. Kossuth Mofoi Co. CHEVROLET DEALERS (16 No. Dodge, Across From Post Office) Don Nelson Joe Harig CHECKYOUR ITEMS HERE D Ladies Gloves Large Assortment Black, Brown Navy, Pastels D Tea Aprons Made'of the new pastic. Assorted C4 fifl colors | D Pillows One lot just received. Ass't colors Si DO and designs i D Fancy Towels For your kitchen. Gay designs and VI Qc colors. D Bath Sets Chenilles in all colors and designs. $353 D 8 02. Ticking Now is the time to replenish your stock. Yard D Crib Blankets 27x26 size in pink or 33° blue. Just received D Rag Rugs Full size in assorted colors. $929 24x48 size. V fc .rt " D Brown Muslin 36 inch width. Ideal for many uses. / D Infants Gowns Good weight flannel. Pink, blue white C] Carpet Warp Assorted colors. Heavy weight. % lb. ball A&VM » £ 49° Q Brassieres White or flesh. Sizes 34 to 40. This event 79" D Ladies Belts Just received. In white. All sizes • 59* D Cotton Hose For ladies. Everyday w«ar. Sizes 9 to 10% n Anklets For children. All sizes 4 thru 10»/a 39' CD Boys Shorts Sizes 26 to 34. Broadcloth, Asst. patterns, 13 Men'* Ve«t» Cotton knit. Good weight. CCe All sizes, PiP D Polo Shirts Long or short sleeves. Ass't POlors and sizes, ' YOU WILL FIND THIS STORE FULL OF THE THINGS YOU WANT FOR YOtfR SPRINGTIME NEEDS. BLANKETS Famous Beacon quality. Ideal for .cover, car or picnic RAYON SLIPS Tailored or lace trimmed. White or $4 40 flesh. Prices start I C U R T A I NS Pricillas, Tailored, Ready Made Drapes, Cottage Sets, Lace Panels, Assorted designs and colors. Priced up from WASH FROCKS ? A new shipment justtt rfB IIC in. Prints, Crepes and V U Seersuckers. Prices ^start at V.- ,. 1 SEERSUCKER Floral designs. 36 inch width.- Per yard , Childs Dresses Large assortment. Sizes itbl4. start at KNIT VESTS Ladies sizes 38 to 44 Be Here Every Day We Will Have on Sale Each Day Some of the Still Scarce Items. Due to the Limited Sup- ply and Abnormal Demand They Cannot Be Listed Here. No Certain Time Each Day. CHILDS HATS For that spring outfit. Just received RAYON WEAR Panties, Briefs. Made of spun rayon. Up from Ladies' Neckwear Collars, Dickeys, Jabots, Scarfs. A large display on the front counter, Priced from 1 DINNERWARE $£.95 6 Your choice of 25 as* in ?2'pc, 35 pc, or 54 p<?. FjQraJ or Gold mfc/SU* ypr Trims, Set BLOUSES I €fiilds KrinWe krepe worn rVJens, MARCH 25 CKfHmj,;. MARCH 30 ITEMS HERE D Dress Sox > " For men. All sizes and assorted patterns. D Rockford Sox For spring Wear. Light weight.' All sizes. DBuddyalls For boys or girls. San- forized material in ass't colors D Child* Blouses Just received for spring. Sizes 7 to 12 D Sweaters For boys in gay colors. Slipover style. D Remnants One'lot at a. real bargain. v JL All priced 2 D Boys Unions ^ Long leg and sleeve. AH cotton D Ladies Go_wns Krinkle krepe. Sizes 11 and 17, $170 Ass't. colors I D Girdles Two-way stretch. Sizes small, med., Ige. With garters D Playtex Pants For babies in sizes small, med., Ige. Latex rubber qChildsPanty Rayon with : elastic waist. All sizes El Window Shades 36"x6* for your spring house cleaning D White Cups St. Denis style. Not many left. lOXfi so hurry fc IA 2 D Pyrex Bowls 4 pc, color bowl sets, Brighten your kitchen D Table Lamps A good sjsjed one, To liven your S025 room il - D Cqmbinets .'•^••r 4 qpa£t4izp with li&'ry] BluestQne £4&?-^&^v;-lE£^V.^^

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