The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1946 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 16, 1946
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x MSDAY, APRIL ia, IMS- «•* Figueroa Ballroom Livefmore April 18, Carl Bean April 25, Jimmy Capon .ALGONA UPPER DES M01NES, ALGONA IOWA. Tuesday and Wednesday April 16-17 Gary Cooper in "THE ADVENTURES OF MARCO POLO" Co-Hit Ken Curtis in "THROW A SADDLE ON A STAR" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 18-19-20 * LAZING ADVENWRE!ji Hou*aw«rmlng-8ifthday Patty— Me. and Mrs. Harold Brandow were given a pleasant surprise, Sunday, at their new home.near Humboldt when their relatives came in with a pot-hick dinner, the party being a house-warming as well as birthday celebration for Mrs. Brandow. Those attending were Mr.- and Mrs. W. H. Brandow, parents of Harold; Mr. and Mrs, August Brown, parents of Mrs. Brandow; August Brown Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson, daughter Linda; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brandow; Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Brandow and Mr.'and Mrs. Leo Walters. Cresco Mothers and Daughters— Mrs. Ruftis Lindhorst was Tibst- ess to the Cresco Mothers and Daughters club Wednesday-afternoon, .Mrs. Charles Potter being assistant hostess. Twenty-four were present. Mrs. Ralph Lindhorst was a guest, and Mrs. Carroll Potter became a member. The program was in charge 1 of Mrs.-W. H. Bosworth and M-fei^R. E. Morgan. Mrs. E. C. Potter favc a report on the Federated clubs meeting held at Titonka, Tuesday. Bingo furnished *:the afternoon's amusement 'and ffow- er seeds were given to the players. Mrs. Potter stated there! Were 99 ladies in attendance- a"t= "the Titonka meeting. piK BROWN; ; IYNNE CARVER-RAYMOND HATTON DOUGLAS FOWLEY-SMITH BALLEW '- WCURT BARRETT and the TRAILSMEN ;;•- Co-Hit :' Basil Rathbone in ji'lPURSUIT TO ALGIERS" '• Serial, "Royal Mpunted v' Rides Again" Maxine Caldwell Weds— Maxine Caldwell, daughter of Mrs. R. W. Caldwell, became the bride of Robert N. Brenton, son of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Brenton of Union City, Ind., Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of the bride's mother in .the presence of. Mrs. Glen Roland and Mrs. Don Nelson as the only guests, with Rev. N. A. Price of the Methodist church performing the single ring ceremony. Miss Caldwell was employed in the United Air Lines office in Los Angeles one year and served as control operator in the navy WAVES for two years, being station at Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands, where she met Mr. Brenton, a Lt. (jg) of the landing signal office who served three years. ' Mr. and Mrs. Brenton left Thursday noon for Union City, Ind., where he is employed with the Back-Stay Welt company They will be at home with Mr. Brenton's parents for a short time. Kuypeirs Give Reception Rev. and Mrs; Gilbert Kuyper of the Presbyterian • church gave an informal reception at the manse, Thursday evening, for the following persons who are 1 entering into church membership: Mr. ! and < i;Mrs,;;Frank v Huxtablc,^;:.Mr, ;and Mrs.:Vernell- Hardgrove^Mr., arid Mrs. E. H. King and daughter Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knutson, Mrs. John Strayer, Mrs. Willis Colwell, Mrs. James Murtagh, Mrs, Gilbert Kuyper, William J. Finn, Milo Ahrens, Walter Dennis, Kenneth Asa, Paul Lindholm Jr., Harriet Brown and Harriet Long. . It is customary for the elders to meet with, the prospective members and elders present were Messrs. Frank Geigel, Ivan Long, William McKim, George St. John, Joe Wadleigh, and Homer Young., Mr. Geigel gave the history of the Algona church. Lyle Mathes gave a financial report, and Rev. Kuyper gave a talk on Presbyterian church history. The evening closed with refreshments served by Mrs. Kuyper. Presbyterian. Council— The Woman's Council of the Presbyterian church meets Thursday, April 18, for a one o'clock luncheon, Circle D serving with Mrs. Charles Redemske as chairman. Coin Shower for Rita Thul A miscellaneous coin shower was given Sunday in the St. Joe hall for Rita Thul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Thul of St. Joe, who will be married Tuesday, April 23, to Milford Plathe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Plalhe of near Algona. Invitations are also out for the wedding dance to be given the evening of the 23rd at the fairgrounds floral hall. * The "O-WG-Go" card club met "0-We-Go Club" Thursday evening with Mrs. Clara Sankey. All members were present. The last meeting was with Mrs. Anna Thul, March 14. The club meets once a month. Methodist Church Circles— The circles of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church meet Thursday afternoon, April Irt, with the following hostesses: Circle 1, Mrs. Herbert Hedlund, 416 E. Oak; Circle 2, Mrs. Dallas Klein, 502 E. State; Circle 3, Mrs. D. S. .Hutchinsoh, 707 Park ave.; Circle 4, Mrs. E. L. Hagg, 415 W. State; Circle 5, Mrs. Howard Platt, 1331 E. McGregor; Circle 6, Mrs. Mart Jones, 218 S. Thorington; Circle 7, to be announced. Circle 8, Mrs. P. M. Collins, 615 E. Oak; Circle 9, Mrs. Ernest Godfredson, Rfd. 2; Circle 10, Mrs. William Runchey, 819 S. Minnesota. . \ Party for Russ Cook— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen gave a dinner at:George's Cafe, Wednesday evening, as a farewell .courtesy to Mr. and Mrs: ;RiisselL Cook: ;:Foll6>ihg;: the dinner the guests" went to the Jo- f Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, .Wednesday, Apr. 21-22-23-24 l>f Co-Hit TUGBOAT ANNIE'S BACK! ... and the port's coming apart at the seams ... as she feuc(», fights and fumes... In the heart- hitting film of the year! Let Us Prepare Your Car for Spring Driving! ' ' 'f Greasing, Washing, Polish' and Wax Let's get the Winter Oils and Greases Changed to Summer Weights. O Brakes Relincd D Whee, Ba.anc.n, D Motor Tune-up Q Battery Service g Cleaning f- CLEMENTS SUPER SERVICE M. E. CLEMENTS, Proprietor SINCLAIR PRODUCTS ;: FIRESTONE TIRES Phone 283 > Jones and State Streets -»*Ar-+~&~^^ I Boy Rogers in OF GIVE TO FIOHT Automatic Center-Fold Harrow Draw Bars Air Compressors Pressure AVater Systems Electric Chicken Brooders , John Deere PloW'Sole Fertilizer t Attachments for 2-bottom Plow, •^liTO^fe-'i'- hannsen home, wliere «atd8 w«*6 played. Guestt ^rfif# M*. 4ftd Mrs. Roy Bjustrotri, Mr. ah.d M«, Lloyd Muckey, Mri ahd Mfy- George Boiiwell afl'd Mr. arid -.*$•&. Russell Cook. Wlftn^r of ' Wi6 high score prize Was Mrs. Milfck> ey, and Mrs. Cook/vfron th(! lp<v score prize. Russell Cook wort the cut prize. ' ,, v Chrisi«Aincr tndliDltoft Grandma Mrs.'Lillian and her son arid' daughter, Maurice and Miss. Jo.Sini' Whjte, came, up from Manila, Iowa; Sunday'to attend the Chf.istehing of little Miss Post, boHi: two weeks ago to Mr. and Mrs. Di6k Post Of Algona. The little girl was named Joan Elizabeth, and is' their second child. A 'big family dinner at the home . - of Grandpa and Grandma Hugh Post was given'in celebration of the event. This child makes ,Mrs. A. Norman a great great-grandmother for the second time. Dorothy Gl«ch Honored— At the home of Mr. and Mrs, L. Gisch Thursday evening a dinner was given honoring the birthday of Dorothy Gisch. Those present 'were Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch and children, Madonna and Rosemary and .Mrs. Gisch's mother, Mrs. Meshes of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lichtor and children Jim, Judy, Bob and Denny, Mr. and Mrs. William Specht and son Bill, and Wilford Kphlhaas. Entertains Club— Mrs. John Thompson entertained the Merry Mixers sewing club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Hertz Entertains • Mrs. Gene Hertz .entertained a group of friends 'Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wm/'K. Ferguson in honor" Of her mother, Mrs. j; C, Bussahmus, •' of Glenwood, who has been visiting her the past several days. Guests were Mesdames John ~, Kirk, Don Miller. Roy Ingham, Craiff Vinson, Fred Geigel, ,MyTle , Griggs, Don Smith, W. G.- McCullough, W. A. Foster,' M. G. Bourne, and. A. M. Amunson. Congregational Circlet— .The circles of the Woman's Association of the Congregational church will meet Thursday, Apr. 18, as follows: Circle i, 1-15 with Mrs. W. K Ferguson,- 117 W. College, Mrs. W. B. Quarton assisting; CircJ-j 2, 2:30 with Mrs. John Clyde, 321 S. Moore, Mrs. tj. W. Lusby, assisting, and prp- gtatn by Miss Minnie Coate; Circle 3, 2:00 with Mrs. H. R. Cow- ftn", 811 E. McGregor, with Mrs. Dick Cowan assisting; Circle 4, 2:30, with Mrs. D. P. Smith, 220 Ni McPherson, with Mrs. K. S. Cowan and Mrs. Elizabeth Hen- sole assisting. Smiths Entertain Club- Mr, and Mrs. D. P. Smith entertained their bridge club at dinner Monday evening. tables were in play. Three Bulierfields Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Marion Butterfield entertained the Algona Baking Company personnel at a 12 o'clock dinner Saturday noon. The young couple, who Were married March • 30 at Dakota City, Neb., were presented a National Pressure Cooker. Glamorous Easter Bonnets Flattering styles to compliment your Smart Easter Costume. You will find just the hat you are looking for in our wonderful new spring array. Over 200 hats just arrived. Flower hats, half hats, bare brows, air domes, sailors, beautiful straws, felts, hairbraids, bow trimmed modes, in black, brown, navy, toast, red and white. LITE Hebekah Birthday Club*Mrs. B. A. Galbraith entertained the Rebekah staff birthday club Tuesday evening. Those whose birthdays were being honored wefe Mrs. Emma Dehnert, Mrs. Rose Smith and Mrs. Esther Barton. ) Dorothy. 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Galbraith, was confined to her be3 from ', Tuesday 6f last week ufttU Stm<i day with another attack of fh6U*. matic fever. Last Ndvembef she had her first attack and Was 'b*dk* fast two months. While this time*, she is not as ill, she will tie Uh»able to attend school for a time;; Adris Jane Reid, daughter qfMr.f and Mrs. Raymond Reid, has also? had a recurrence of the same' With the coming of another Easter —a peaceful, joyous Easter— \ the officers and personnel.of this banking" institution send Easter greetings . and best wishes • • . to all in the community. IOWA STATE BANK Ralph Miller, President Harold Gilmore, Cashier Roy McMahon, Asst. Cash A YEAR AGO-1945 Headlines in the Papers/ Things to Recall! Yanks Driving .on Berlin Patton in Czechoslovakia New Push in Italy Infantry Gains 200 Yards on Okinawa Russians and Americans Meet on the Elbe Army Reroutes Materials from Europe to Pacific Dead, Wounded, Missing, Longer Casualty Lists AND EASTER TODAY 1946 • ;" , ^.-, :«• .*,,'•*•'•'',-''• - •'•• • Peac£ is once again with us, and the blessed spirit of Easter rest? over the land. The earth again springs forth in all its grandeur, and hearts once again respond to the age-old Easter message. , • But on this Easter of 1946, we are thinking reverently of those who made the supreme sacrifice so short a time ago.".»of those still far from home f ,,^o^t|i^millions of people who have endured great hardship, We are thinking of those in our midst to whom Easter, 1946, is a time only for the' call of fond memories, j is her§! and it will b§ good to go to Chwrcli on Easter 5unday over again the beautiful Easter mewage—to consider our blessing ana to take courage for the tasks yet ahead, > : /c.'.v''v' ''•';:•:'. • : ' : - 1 '-: "-•» : '"-v' 4 j|'W :

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