The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1946 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 30, 1946
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>< ^Tdl^iiend'Fiaili^ •,.Hf .'Mif, A, Mi Anderson .;• • Hf affilrtlfton, D. C., The; ways and m^ftnS eojflhlittee hears the Towft* fiehd Plan for the first time' iti 1 ff future of the tr. S, f^ts fre^.Efip'. Pat Canneh 6fi 'of the *pwttsehd Plan said, ''National stability a«d Safety in this Critical period of wortd cortfu* sioh and domestic doubt can be in* : siitea by .the committee; ew ways arid means." He cited recurrent depressions right up to World War il, pur economy has faltered imdef the : . Weight of these depressions, the basic requirement for national strfehgth Is a well-adjusted, pro- duetive -economy in which all forces of free enterprise ftre working as a team. . . . F6r this reaSoft t km convinced that the enactment Jf H..;R. 2229-H. R. 2230, the Townsend Bill is a "Number One Must" on our domestic program.—Adv. MAN HAD BRICK IN HIS STOMACH FOR 10 YEARS One man recently slated that forvlO years he felt like he had ,a brick in his stomach. This fcel- .ing-was due to the lump of undi- i%osted food ne always had inside ftlf'hlm. He was weak, worn out, | headachy, swollen with gas anc 'terribly constipated. Recently he stapled taking SYS-TONE and says the feeling like a brick irt his. storfadh disappeared the sec- Bowels are regular now, I pfls, and headaches are gone and hc^J-Kcls like a new man.' SVS-TQNE contains 12 Great Hc'rbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and; kidneys. Miserable' peo* pib'soon: feel different all over. So don't gov on suffering! Got SYSTONE. Lusby . & Giossi Drugstore. •!||^^^ <••• " : -™ ^ • : r-'- T - r :XAtCj^jTA ^M^t^ppNfeg, ALGOMA mwA_ .., - ..•'•. ' :-:...^.. Dau-Bernav Wedding Rites, Whittemore Now in 40lh Ye-t RECOGNIZED BASEBALL GUIDE TI:E UU IS NOW READY ':;• y. •; • • tr- y • , - . fli»ur««-16 B!g Ltogwt Ttom* Offlciol Rul««-Av»rag»* ' lift Story-Prof us«ly Illustrate* -A. B. (Happy) ChandUr, Commitiioncr of Baioball Bab* Ruth'* CompUt* Horn* . Run Record, «tc., «te. •O C. C SUNK * SON, SfINK IUIIDINO-ST. tOUIS 1, MO. We answer all calls up lo 1 A. M. daily and emergency calls at any time day or night. PHONE LOEBIG'STAXI 12tf Order Your Baby Chicks, Turkey Poults, and Ducklings Now! • Chicks froni U. S. Approved -4y. S. Pullorum Tested Flocks. Tijrltiiy Breeder'Flocks ; Pullor- uiin Clenh. , Poulti-y authorities predict higher egg and poultry meat prices this coming fall and win- top. Our chicks purchased now will giye you these results and cxtra.prpfits.vrj Hatches • twice ';weekly thru the seasorj. Wri.te or phone your order now. ,'' Some Started Chicks on Hand at Bargain 1'riocs. • '. ' •; Swea City Hatchery Swea City, Iowa ••' Phone 35 COUPLE TO FARM M OF ALGONA Whittem&fei: •Wednesday af tertlbqn >t 2 o'clok, April 24, St. Paul's' Lufliefftn churai .was the scene of ah fia'dtdf weddlng,wlien ih ah elabpiffttig double ring cere- m'bhy, th? Rev. Paul Weihhold United Miss Luerina Dau, daughter of Mrs. W, F. Dau, Whittemore, and %nest Sernau, son of Mr. and Mrs, August Bernau of Bode, in mqfriage in the presence of relatives and friends. Before the; ceremony, Prof. W. G. Brace played a ten-minute musical preludi* and as the bridal COliple approached the altar, he changed to Lohengrin's wedding march. After the bridal couple had assembled at the altar Miss Esther 'Braatz, Wells, Minn,,' sang two vocal selections. The attractive bride wore a gown of white ninon with train. Her fingertip veil was .edged with lace. She carried an arm bouquet of cala lilies and wore a ;old cross, a gift from the groom. Miss Wilma Dau, Chicago, sister of .the bride, was maid of honor, and Mrs. 'Victor Dau,- sister-in- law of the bride, was bridesmaid. Victor Dau, brother of .'the bride, attended the bridegroom. Roland Bernau and Lawrence Meyer were ushers. A reception was held., ih the auditorium of the Lutheran school 1 at 6 o'clock to 70 guests. The tables'wore decor'ated in the bride's chosen colors, ; pirik and blue. A miniature bridal' couple- topped the wedding cake, which was the centerpiece of the bride's table. Table waitresses were Evelyn Dau, and Delores Potratz, Algona, Nelda Gade, Alice Zumach, Gladys and Arleen Struecker. Both the bride r and bridegroom attended the. Lutheran school here. Mrs. Bernau has been employed in West Bend the past two years, while Mr. Bernau has been farming with his brother; They left on a short honeymoon and the bride's going-away gown Was a two-piece yellow dress with navy accessories. They will be at home May 1, on a farm south of Algpna. Senior Elay Pmented The senior class play of the Whittemore high schpol was a great success -and drew a large audience at the Academy hall, Thursday evening. "The Tangled Yarn," a comedy three-act--play, had the- following cast: . 'Rodell Rusch, David Wcinhold, Raymond Voigt, Willis Wehrspan, Dean Meyer, Ruth Ann.Behnke, Marie and Marion Heinric*KfVVer- bna Zumaoh, .Laona Wichteri'dahi; and HarriefejSfchmeling. '.i,,<,i. . A number, of relatives gathered at the hprne".'6f.Mr." ! and Mrs. Chris Meyer, /.Tuesday 'night, to celebrate the SOlh birthday . of Mr. Meyer. Present 'were Mr. and' Mrs. Otto Wiehtendahl, Lotts Creek, Mr. arid Mrs. John Geitzenauer, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finsted and daughter Delores, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. John Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voight, and Mr. and Mrs. William Lauck. Shari Ann Walker, Carolyn Smith, Terry Bob Bchlmer are confined to their beds with the measles. Mrs. Maurice Schwindt of Algona visited at the home of her parents, Mn and Mrs. Otto Bell, Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinrich drove to Rochester, Minn., Fri,. day morning, where Mrs. Heinrich will consult with specialists at the Mayo Clinic. The pupils in Prof. H. W. Behnke's room 'had a twoday Vacation Monday and Tuesday as Mr. Behnlce attended a board of directors meeting of the Iowa district west at Fort Dodge. Mrs. George Frost and daughter of Nebraska City visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell, last week. She accompanied Mrs. Everett Frost, also of Nebraska City, who visited with her mother Mrs. Theresa Venema, who accompanied them home.for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Lotts Creek, accompanied by Mrs. Bernie Meyer of here drove to Savanna, Mo., Saturday morning, where they went to bring home Henry F. Sohultz, who has been a palient there the past two weeks where 'he had a cancer removed from his lower lip. The women are daughters of Mr. Schultz. •Those who celebrated Herman Meyer's birthday at his home Wednesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and family, Depew, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Ga.yle, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnkc, Rodman, Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mrs. Ruth Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, and Mr. and Mrs.- Ernie Meyer'and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and- family of Ledyard visited last week Sunday at the home of Mrs. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. Henry Felder. Kathleen Sullivan, a granddaughter of the latter arid her friend a Miss Swanson of Sioux City also visited with Mrs. Felder. Both are attending St. Theresa college, at Wmona, Minn. All were dinner guests and also Mrs. Matt Krebsbach. The immediate family of Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele v/ere dinner guests at her home last week Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eisele. Blue Earth, Minn., Bonnie Bisenius, Dos Moines; Mr. and Mrs. James Lenhart, Stprrri Lake; Alice C. Kollasoh and Michael Lloyd, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank-OKollasch. and family and .Mr. and Mrs. James. Bisenius and family. JUNIOMIORS Yov fteyer^cmotf So Easily I Klttnltt f n<l» wwnxt fc««»» [ fui ltfi»|iJnir, JM»( »<H rni W- ' '{'wt'St' A4/»JiHl* §!•!«» B,,. niie^Piwjpl... ^»i(i», v 4U, W'lffitl»f*..J»!KWi«/WWWIi".'VMJ ^^mw^^'w .ftr f/l* KIEENITE theBrushles* Way « ' ^^jfefei$'^jji4&i^S'^fetitj:i 1 *,' ;j ^S'M i^lw |p ''' iiliii fq - » ; - ';," JK s Sn:--'.L^=- J z.. tar."!—- -£^-^ m WW; iffff </'««' fft '':••• - I&J il (Ml \m St, Joe: At 6:30 p. m. Thurs' day night, April 25, Rev. Father 1 Geo. Theobald, the Juniors attd Seniors of St. Joseph's school, gathered in the auditorium for the Junior-Senior bahcjuet artd prom. The World theme was used, throughout the decorations and dinner, , A delicious three-cOurso dinnei- was prepared by/the mothers of the seniors and juniors and gfirV* cd by the sophomore and'fresh- men girls. Immediately following dinner was the program: Toastmistress, Marccllo Klein; toast to the Seniors, Ralph Kohlhaas; "Ave Maria" (solo), Leonard McGuire; Toast to the Juniors, Ernest Ernest Gales: Toast to the Faculty, Leonard McGuire; Toast to the Pastor, Helen Bormarin; End of a Pcroct Day (solo) Erhcst Gales; address, Father George J. Theobald. . . The remainder of.the evening was spent in dancingl. • - Frlderes-Thilges Banns < Banns of marriage were (published in ' St. •. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. Father Geo. J. Theobald for .Clarence Frideres, son of the late. Mr. a..nd Mrs. Nickolas Frideres 6f St. Joe, t and Fidelis Thllges, youngest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, 'John Thilges of West Bend. V'flhey^will be married May 15 at;:West Send.; i Casper : Thilgos r has'been ill with inflammatory .rheumatism, : Pvt. Maurice Reding,'son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Re-dint?, is flow stationed at. 'For: Lewis, Wash. ' , ; .';.:;. I Tec.-5 .John Capesius,. son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius'Capesius, returned Friday night.'to- Camp Grant, 111., after .spending three days with relatives and friends. Mother, Son Both Undergo Operations / Fenton: Keith Bollinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bollinger, un- .acrwent an operation at the University hospital, Iowa City, for removal of a tumor in the roof of his mouth, last week. Mrs. Bollinger also underwent an operation there Saturday, and reports are that both arc making satisfactory progress. TO BUY OR SELL: You'll go a : long way .before;you can better the reader coverage'Vof Algeria Upper DOS Moines-want ads! FAREWELL STAG FORSWEACITYAN Swea City: A farewell stag par- tyy honoring A. J. Chrislensen was held Tuesday evening April 23 at the Legion hall. The affair was sponsored by the American Legion and guests were members o£ the city council, the fire department and business men. A probable 100 men were present to have a part in the send off for their friend, and former mayor. ; 'With Mel Korsrud as master of ceremonies, a program was given. Maxine Korsrud sang. A male quartet comprised of A. B. Tweeten, Richard O'Green, Walter O'Green and Gustave Isenberg also sang several .numbers. Mayor Aggers, representing the town council, presented Mr. Chris- •tensen with a fine brief case. A past commander button from the Legion post was presented by Gregor Deim. Talks were given by Geo. K. Nelson, E. L. Hansen, .W. E. Carlson and Sam Hethershaw. Mr. Christcnsen responded expressing his (hanks. Operation- Mrs. Dewey Cochran was the subject of a major operation at & Fort Dodge hospital April 23. She is showing signs of improvement at this writing (Saturday) but has been a very sick woman. Baptist Annual Meeting — The annual meeting of the Baptist church will be held Wednesday evening, May 1. At this meeting •dfficers will be elected and other business conducted including the adoption of the 1946-47 budget. Lunch will be served following the business meeting. LONE KOCK Mrs. N. B. Wood, Andrew and Mrs. Carl Jensen spent Thursday visiting Mrs. Wood's daughter, Mrs. Forest Teachout at Storm Lake. They also brought her two boys, Jerry and Dennis, back with them for a visit. Alfred Schenck was a Wednesday dinner and afternoon guest at the home of Mr; and Mrs. Everett Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. Hanna were Sunday dinner guests at the Sumnor Parsons • home at Burt. Miss lone Lease look hor *mu- FUXEJIAL CHAPEL Ambulance Service Th« Golden Rule Our I'liono 521-1V For Fusil ions on a Budget! «! ... in top-flight style! f Pfyw Suede Tones mid Shetlunds • Tie or Buckle Ucltcd Models • Popular Collarle§» Trends • New Season Colors '<*» i K'.c students, Joan Flaig, Victor nfcyt-r and James *org£ii$on to the St. Musid Contest at Sad City. James was to sing Friday, morning. As yfet the results ^re unknown. Mrs* RUssel Bates^ entertaihe.d Mrs. Wm. Fischer, Mfs. Mpvih Kueck. Mrs. C. E. Householder, Mrs; Frank Householder, of F£n* ton, Mrs. Matilda Marlow £|t a Stanley hostess party Wednesday evening. The total taken, in was $12. ' ,;:):'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scjrtroeder spent Tuesday evening visiting her sister, Mrs. Ray Chrischilles arid family at Fenton in honor of Mrs. Chrischilles'. toirthday. Mrs. Ray Chrischilles of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiner of Burt spent Wednesday at the Henry Schroeder home. Sunday dinner guests at -the home of Mr. and Mrs; Wm. Nelson were Mr. and Mi-si Melvin Nelson and family of Goldfield, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schoopman of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck of Swea City, Mrs. Kenneth Bates of Algona, and Donna Dutton of Burl. LOW COST ADVERTISING — Thai's what you get in Upper DCS. Moines want ads! 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