The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1946 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 7, 1946
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i > room to relatives arid friends from of town. Attendants -for the couple were three sisters of the groom, Phyllis Bakken, as matron of honor, and Arlefic and LeVonhe Bakken as bridesmaids, and Max Janssen and Richard Bakken and Alvin Cirks. After a %yedding trip to Chicago they will be at'home on th« Jnns- seii farm. PAGE TWO_ _. DELIA JANSSEN OF BODE IS BRIDE OF DONALD BAKKEN Bode': A very' pretty wedding took place in the Lutheran church Sunday evening, April 28 at 8 o'clock, when Rev. Martin Trygstad performed the double ring ceremony before a candte lighted altar, for Delia Janssen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Janssen and Donald Bflkken, son of Alvin •Bakken. Mrs. Donald Aure, sister of the bride at the beginning of the service sang "O Promise Me", and at the conclusion of the service san the Lord's Prayer, both numbers were accompanied by Mrs. Rose Bergum,- church organist. Following the service a reception was held in the church parlors for the bridal couple, and a lunch- Sunday morning from 2 years eon served\in the .'church diningarmy service,-18 months-of which Returns from Japan— Ensign Stanton Olson in a message tp his parents Mr. and Mrs. Andy Alson, told of his arrival in San Francisco, landing on April 23. From Japan to Pearl Harbor was very rough but from there to the States they encountered smooth .sailing. The ship on which Stanton is serving their real dislinalion is on the east coast via Panama Canal. ; . . Returns from Europe— Pfc. Orren Kinne arrived home PECIAl MOTHERS When you.are looking for a'"very ipeqjal" gift, you'll find the tilings Mother Ifkes'best andfappi&iates most in , our store, i Here are a feWfsuggestia*fe:§j * ' • '*" »<,' PLATED 4 FLATWARE $ 9.00 Modern And traditional idttmrn. Heavily plate^, beautifully ( boxed. Completely guaranteed. STEMWARE Heiseys Tiffins Beautiful patterns In clear, crystal- like stemware. Sets ,and open 'Stock lines. . COFFEE MAKER The aristocrat of eoffee'mak- ers Streamlined design with beautifully finished , metal parts. The TEA POT; up Here Is ah appropriate gift Mother wllhcne/-i ish! Beautiful .porce- ' Iain china! Holds 8 cups. HAS HEAT CONTROL S 9 95 up Light In weight, yet efficient. Adjusts to iron silk, wool/ cotton, etc. was spent in European the&tef, the last few months h6 sp&tt r jn the army of occupation lrf CJefmany. His wife met him at LaCrosBc, Wis., where he received his discharge at Camp McCoy located near there. Clehratcs 8irth'cf.iy— Thursday, April 25, Mi's. G.'P. Arne celebrated her birthday in company with a group of relatives and friends enjoying a social af- torn'oon after which refreshments were "served by a committee of ladies. Frances Bergum who has been home on vacation, returned to Fort Dodge Tuesday where she is employed. , Mr. and Mrs. Latvrence Qber- helinnn and softs of' CorwHh were Stinday dinner guests at the Leo Tofleberfi home Lulu Johnson spent the week in Boric from her secretarial duties in Mason 1 City, returning there Monday morning. Earl Skaingstad of Compton, Calif., is spending two weeks at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Hnrold Skaugstad. Mrs. C. W. Hanson'has returned to her home in Spencer after a weeks visit at the home of mother Mrs. T. O. Hanson. The American Lesion will hold their regular monthly meeting in the town hall Tuesday evening, Mm- 7 at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Toftcberg, Mr. ;md Mrs. Albert Bratland and Donald Rnbcrj were Humboldt shnnpcrs Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. F.ugene Lyons were hosts to the Humboldt county Rural Letter Carriers Association Tuesday evening, April 30. Mrs. J. P. Jensen. Mrs. Ludvig Olson, Miss Tillie Swcen, Mrs. Borgina Johnson and Mrs. Elmer 'Pederson were Algona shoppers Snturdav. Tuesday evening, April 30, the Humboldt county Rural Letter Carriers Association was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. EU 'one Lyons. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson and son Howard, home on leave 1'rom the navy, were Sunday dinner quests a* the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Morse. Friday. April 2G, Mrs. Will Chantland was hostess to a ccm- nany of relat'ves and fripnds in honor of her birl.hdav. She was nrcsonled With a gift from the group. Mr. and Mrs. Don Pitman and daughter Janet of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. William DiSomma and son of Washington, D. C., spent Sunday in Mason City and Clear Lake. The regular meeting; • 'of the American Legion Auxiliary will be helci Tuesday afternoon, May 7 at the home of Mrs. Miles Helman with Mrs. Edna Olson'and Delia Neal as assistant, hostesses. Eighteen year old Ernest' Bra.t- land writes friends of his trip to Korea, after finishing his initial army training, of the 3000 Americans on board, Ernie was one of ..ALG0NA WPEK' Is West Bend's A f&fA ' ' -, - r' i n'-Av ^K^y^^$^*4 *_ •^ a ^J" 'J:,^.^K^ll^_£ *&*& OF SYS-TOHE'M E DICSHE One man recently took SYS- TONE three days and said afterward that he never would have believed his body contained so much filthy substance. He says his stomach, intestines, bowels and whole system were so thor- oughtly cleansed that his constant headaches came to an encl several pimply skin eruptions on his face dried up overnight, arid even the rheumatic pains in his knee disappeared. At present he is an altogether different man, feeling fine in every way. SYS-TONE contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, net on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon' fuel different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get SYSTONE. Lusby & Giossi Drug Store. i»«pWfywt»»i</fyv*^»<''tfo^fc^a/v»"«*«"'<7^ Large Coby Rubber Tired Wagons Wood Water Tanks Steel Water Tanks Poultry Feeders and Waterers Hog Feeders and Waterers Tractor Sweep Rakes Windrowers foe 7 ft. Mowers Folding Harrow Drawbars Lime Spreaders Grain Blowers' Cradle Lifts fot Elevators Tractor Tires, Tubes, Rims Power Lawn Mowers Garden Cultivators Electric Pump Jacks DeLaval Cream Separators DeLaval Milking Machines F-M 4Is b. p. Gas Engines Tractor Umbrellas Saw Blades Hammermills and Belts Flare Boxes Fuel Storage Tanks Hog and Cattle "Curri-Oilers" US€D FARM EQUIPMENT Several Sets of Tractor Tires. Burr Mills. Hammermills. Jayhawk Stacker on Rubber. Cream Separator. Wagon Box. Pump Jacks. Steel Wheels. Fanning Mill. Tractor Chains. Mowers. IHC 15-30 Tractor. Moline 2-16 Plow. Electric Welder. 3 Wagon Boxes. 2 Wagon Gears, 1 on tires. SERVICE REPAIRS SALES Allis Chalmers Oliver New Idea Massey-Harris DeLaval Dairy Equipment. Hydraulic Farm Hand Stacker Loaders. Firestone Tires. CMC Trucks. Tractolube / OU. PHONE 714 ALGONA, IOWA BOOSv above. West Bend, is that community's candidate- for queen of the North Iowa b&ttd fesfival, sis fed for Ma- sdH ' Clfy Jiiner- 26. SHe' is a senior and was named by pupils of West Bend high'for the honor. Miss Boos is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Myron Boos. Her father is manager of the M. & J. Hakes Produce ihere. She herself plays ike^ clarinet, is active in .glee club, mixed' chorus ;'and school, dramatics. She is also church pianist in Ihe Pres'- byiepatt" church, and is ,iied ' t6i vaTedicf driari ' in the sen-,, ior class. • < the few who were not sea sick. They landed .th'ei-e on April 11. ; • The Band Mothers club -met Monday evening, May 6, in the high school. At this meeting following refreshmeents, election of officers' took place and plans were made for the annual school picnic to be held on the school grounds. Dorothy Perkins, high school teacher, spent the week end, at her hime in Armstrong. Miss Perkins is returning to Iowa State college at Ames next year where she is finishing her course, majoring in f he mfcmtoirar 6{ the hlfch school bViffrt cam^'ifttB"' ap titfexpested windMl, WferfrtAsdny evet ai '-the lifeaH Aitieric*aff meeting, someone asked if the post could make a donation to help out on the high .band's * banquet, n£ which sffftJo 1 68* or sO-wewtO attetid the 1 to make! a donation; then 1 StiWeOrti* else • stlL. gested passfrtg the" ho^ a ptfretide usually frow'ne'd upoft at Legtott meetings . . . rtet'reSulfc $$& f6r the banquet . . . whereupon Theo. Herbst went down to R. C. Ouster's home, dragged the band direc- lor out of bed hardly giving him tfme to get into his- trousers/ and brought him back to the meeting : accept the donation: , * « • « And spcakhifir of veterans organ' izations, We V: F, WVs banquet last we'ek for' the Spanish-Ameri- ca'n veterans had only one-flaw in it'. . . E. J. Van Ness, after many years attendance, was unable to be a guest... he was in Texas, called there by the serious illfiess of-his son, FOOTNOTE ON F A Wf I L Y mathematics. Sunday callers at the Harold Skaugslad home were Florenus Bakken, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken and Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Bakken, all of Algona, and Mr'.' a'nd Mrs. Glenn "Bakken and Mrs. Oscar Ellingson' of Kcister, Minn. •Orlys Jean, 5 yerar old daughtei! of Mr. and Mrs. Talmai He£gen; had a birthday party Monday afternoon April 29. Her mother entertained nine of her playmates. She received a number of gifts dnd a special one from her parents wiis a beautiful doll. After having their picture •tiaKfn, Mrs. peggen served refrcstimems. " '-,'.'" SHftWFR SUNDAY ulilr rr LA, JUiii/rt I, AT ST. JOE FOR WEST BEND GIRL St. Joe: A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower was held for Fi- clelis Thilecs.'West Bend, at the St. Joe hall, Sunday, May 0. Bridc.c and "500" were enjoyed by the guests. Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch won high in bridge and the "500" prize went to Mrs. John Kirsch. Mary Lou Bormann won door prize. Miss Thilges will be married May 14 at 9 o'clock to Clarence Frideres at Sts. Peter and Paul .church, West Bend. The music pupils of Sister M. Marion presented a. musical recital Sunday evening in the St. Joe.-auditorium. Mivanid' Mrs. Tom Powell are now living with their daughter; Mrs... Peter Schmidt, in St. Joe. Mr.' Powell is /bedfast with! (heart trouble. WANT ADS BEINGS RESULTS May Day-may jnean., bombs and communistic,.•• demonstrations to some people,! but' to the small fry t is MAY DA$!|ii,'--. Preparaffdns.jfor this event are comparable to .the 1 coming of the Easter bunny,) tout < not (.quite-on--«: par with Santa;Glaus. __ ^ The 'project-seems to "start "with making up lists of-other youngsters who are toireceWte the baskets,- develops into; a- complicated problem of what type,,of baskets to n>ake, : . and proceeds .into the stage of production with colored paper, shears, tape, ribbons and what not; built around:a paper drinking. CUD.base. All this is preliminary to the delivery stage, - which takes place May first, the accredited hours evidently being between '4:30" and' 6 -p. m. Anything can happen; and you can get anything in the melee that follows . . . crackerjack, popcorn, peanuts, candy,' hardtack, soy beans and fruit start changing hands so fast it makes your head swim. So far ihis angle of life has not been interfered with by any government regulations . . . and aftef it's'all over-yOu're 1 ready fp» v a •good nap . . . btit it sure raises cairt ; with : appetites for the evening meal, ]''.-. A far cry'isW't it, from the pictures we, <ge't .'of, the youngsters in foreign cpu'ri,tijres, emaciated, dy- .ing-'of malnutrition—a generation born to poverty and disease and hatred ' ; " : ' ;1 ''; SYMPATtflr —To? trfe a«to'deSleVs WHo are amfieti if they d6 andid'am thejc dSn'tj)*' d«l«ery' of- which they can't get; and for every one they deliver five people get madder. —To the teachers; who really* ifinve a job trylrtg to keep yotithful jntnds ' on blackboard subjects while the sun shines from a blue 1 Sky outside, the fish are biting and greener fields beckon to the pupils, — To . the political candidates, who kn6w that everyone they meet isnn going to vote for 'them and the question is — How many Will? — fa President Trttitfaft, Who finds himself getting all the blame fof what Congress does do, doesn't do, and the strike^ that "JbhH 1 L', Lewis and Co. h'ftve called 1 . . « * i* Many new device* tot} lib«t*. . saving- will appear »H the fairm' in 'a short time, news say, but- the morst uftefilf, cral purpose Iabw saving vle* ort' the-' farm will -always be the farmer's -vrlfe; » » . « The '\vtse veteran, today, Is the>, fellow- who ,is flndirtg himself a job, even if it isn.'i exactly to his liking, and making the best of i(i The boys who arercontent to-take the $20 a week' offered temporarily 'by -the government for unemployed, vets will probably, find that runs out, atf having havl the O. I. "on r program offefS &\t salary in the lg A 8odd»paying ji Smiih Jn compete in the Soap Box Derby, as, & representative of this papers If i dbn't hav» aft-etit^ IWed nlen Famous Last Line fri«M(Kff»n«i fool'* -rthllA Nnm«d> Mrs. >li. -fi JtlebnO^,oi,riBrt*HBl been 'appointed «halrtfiah of the Nfctioha! ,Kwa 'JSfie^lH^ M* lettion M;the ffaft '»(JdffiftirtiSH?f The various .thurehes Vand are- <oop«ffttif»g in" 1 ' this' of* food ot, 4f' of 'May the" cKufbHes by II,- sH Bereft- at Nichols Shoe Repair Let Us Make Mtake Yfttir Old Sfftfes tike, NeW. Again — We '»«'EXpcrti: Shoe Repalr- htg; Our New .Location: Behind Ketrt^MofolfS fe , calls at any, time day A 88* i». Order Your and v Chicklings Now! CnfcKS'from.tJ, S. Approved -j-lf; • &} Etilloruftr Tested Flocks. TurKgy 'Breeder Flocks Fullor- timVCle»3n. ; •" P&uttry authorities" predict hiBtter egg arid poultry meat prTCei > tftr9«J6h l rihg r f all and winter. Our chicks ptirdhased now ; wlll give,you these" results arid ' ' ; : Batches;. twfce weekly thru the^seastttv Write or phone your Order; riow. ':-, ' v, Sortie Start fill Chicks on Hand at- Btersfalrt $ Hces.< Haitcheiy Swea (Dlty, Iowa Phone 35 •'"Onc^f bur scouts reports qf a'case where a farmer nearby 'pays off his hired man while 'the latter'is lying in bed; Bill: Giossi'^has no problem of scre'en doors a'nd storm doors . . . he left the screen door on all winter'. J '••'. ' ''. ''- ' • ' • ' * ' * * Last Week's rain, which started Thursday, probably accounted f&r the fact that the Taylor Implement opening, slated for Friday, had a hard time doing so, what with 40 or 50: farmers trying to get in on 'Thursday. DON'T RSSK UNPLEASANT «OWL ODORS use FLUSH •,- CLEANS^; PERFUMES DEODORIZES THE K^SSUTH HOSPITAL • '-'^ '$£"• is now operating under entirely new management as of May 1st. WE WOULD LIKE to have patients of the past and those of the future know that we desire to £ive the best possible care to all. ''• {•*••• ". •••;•" '•;..,'' WE THEREFORE ask all patients on entering the hospital to co'pperatp with us to make provisions foi* p^ymont of hospital care upon< entering THANK VQU Mrs. Dora Bolin For Prompt Service GAS 20 Years Experience — No Red 1 Tape*— Just Call Us For- Absolutely 'Dependable Delivery. Bjustromrs Yes! we hove WEED KILLER FOR CROP AND PASTURE WItbS. At> L -. bindweed out of a field of ripening corn wlthovt KlllMtitM i mustard'out of- wheat without killiny th« wheat. SjlrMTM on pastu** WeedonS picks out and kUlff noxious Weeds i<M«mWWttfW oro*r» Weedone kills most thistles? whitf top, wild garlic^ mevntng glor^, honeysuckle, burdock, .bitter weed, hortff tail,. poUfttt »Vy, a«4' many others. . ,/ j._^ij_ One gallon of Weedone coats JlO'ano'mfcKitf-tnCBgK'WWr w half ah a«ire. Ask for prices on litfcAr quwitlilt*,. Or«f^y*Blu Weedone today. We Now Have This Famous 2-4D Stock in 5-gal. pdils at only .Per 5-g^l pail .. IN SINGLE GAkS., per gaJt-.,.- .^fi,..:........:..,. It yomteeire only oiu^npo npl0ss>biint own container, Ono i^, of^Jwttimj Js enough to spray half fl(ra|P^ flpr"9pflP^!Wff «P ^^^§ witodJFwm ^hl^wif w PHONE7H -^

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