The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1946 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 21, 1946
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; ,' r i Ik I k V TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. Visit Our New Building »i in** He re'Arc Some Of New Items That Arc Coming In jVSHI ft Garden' .Cultivators f S7.50 Combines pulverizer and wecdcr. Sturdy. stronjr handle. NEW SHIPMENT! Mullins Hybrid 'Seed Corn We have plenty on hand ""nd\v. 94% (Termination. NEW SHIPMENT! Feed Grinders ; Case and, Harvey Redhead i ; Feed Grinders now in stock. Get yours for next fall and- wlnter.' NEW SHIPMENT! Steel . Wagon Boxes 6x11 feet. 100 bushel ear . corn capacity. | NEW SHIPMENT! Farm Trailers $110 These just came In. TImkcn bearing. NEW SHIPMENT! Tractor Tires One of best stocks in >thjs section. 7 , Sizes 10x38, 11x38 • and 7.50(.»8. Gillette, Goodyear, Kelly. ' SHIPMENT! Baler 'Motors" Received 2 Wisconsin. VE-4 Baler motors. Get your baler in shape for, summer work. NEW SHIPMENT! Combination Chicken & Hog Waterers S39.50 While they last! On skids . .and equipped with built-in . heating ' unit. NEW SHIPMENT! Speedy Corn Shields ; Brand-new . arrivals! For your 'tractor cultivator. NEW SHIPMENT! ; Steel Folding Eveners Get- your steel folding cven- •pr for harrows. NEW SHIPMENT! Pump Jacks Brand-new . . '. punt]) Jacks with motor. Come In and sec these, NEW SHIPMENT! Stand-Hoist Wagon Jacks These just came in, too . , . It's a make you know, ,. Equipment 1 Lctz Feed Grinder UHC Burr Mill % Flare Type Wagon ' } John P<?erc Corn G Binder ^ 4««»w Case Plant 4 IHC 15-fopt Disc Implement Co, S^, Phillips St. ESTABLISHED ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1946 Second Section VOL. 81—NO. 20 f MLB MCE, ST. JOE, BRIDE OF CLARENCE FRIDERES, WEST BEND St. Joe: Fldelis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'John Thiiges of West Bend, >and Clarence, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nlckolas Frideres of St. Joe, were married Tuesday morning, May 14, «t 0 o'clock in a -doublerlng ceremony performed toy Rev. Father P. M. Dobberstein «t the Sts. Peter .and Paul church In West Bend. Bridesmaids were Marcella Schiafer, Preston, cousin of the bride, and Caroline Kirsch, Al- gonn, cousin of the groom. Best mon were Edwin Thilges, brother of the bride, and Martin Frideres, brother of the groom. A rccepetion was held at the home of the bride's parents for 80 relatives nnd.friends. The bride's table was centered with a three- tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature ibrlde and groom. Mrs, Frideres, graduated from Sts. Peter and Paul school in West Bend and Mr. Frideres graduated from (the St. Joe school. The groom served 44 months in the U. _S. army, 22 months spent in the southwest Pacific. The couple will live on a farm 1 V6 miles west of St. Joe. A wedding dance was given the same evening at the Whittemore hall for relatives and friends. Relatives from a distance attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Ralphael Gartner and family •and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Gartner •and son of Mapleton, Minn.; Mrs. George Sch-afer and daughter Merilda and Mr. and Mrs. Venoid Schafer of Preston, Iowa; .Mr. and Mrs. Prank Feller and Mr. and •Mrs. Alvin Feller land son of Ma- quokete, Ipwa; and Mr. 'and Mrs. John Kiirsch of Eagle Grove. Baccalaureate Service- Baccalaureate services for the high school seniors were .held Sunday, May 19, at 8 o'clock. Rev. Geo. J. Theobald addressed the class of fifteen. Members of the class -are Germaine Becker, Irma Becker, Betty Jane Bormann, Cathleen Barmann, Helen Bormann, Maurice Bormann, Charlotte Claus, Arlene Faber, Ernest Gales, 'Robert Kirsch, Nelly Malkmus, Leonard McGuire, Donald Reding, Stella .Mae Reding, and Cecelia Schmit. Mrs. Clarence Frieders IMPROVEMENTS ON UNION TWP; FARMS Union: Alfred Schenck is building a cattle shed on his farm using material from a cattle barn .which collapsed some time 'ago. Electricity will soon be enjoyed by the Pete Brpeldlng family on the Wellendorf farm: ' The house and buildings were wired this past week. Joseph Mojerus of Chicago, is Visiting;a week with friends in St. Joe before;going to northern Minnesota for trie 1 summer., ••.;.• The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.,Leroy Thllges was baptized •Dorean-Rose -by Rey^Father -QetK J. Theobdld. Sunday at St. Joseph's church. Mr. and Mrs. -Herman Thilges, Fenton, were sponsors. :''• Lakota Veteran Weds At Winona Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel drove to Winona, Minn., last week Monday, where they attended a dinner that evening honoring their nephew John Nett who was married the .following morning to Jean Enright at the Catholic church in Winona. A breakfast for • the families was given at the Hotel Winona following the ceremony and a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents in the afternoon. The 'groom, John Nett, was recently discharged from service and the wedding was held on the 27th anniversary of the brides parents. Mr. and Mrs. Schissel returned Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner spent last Friday with their son Donald and family at Sargent, Minn. 'Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gardner and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner were dinner guests last Friday evening at the Louis Bode home, also Judy and Mark Johnson of Fort Dodge who came to spend the weekend. Mr. 'and Mrs. Clair Winkie spent •a couple of days near Minneapolis last iweek. They report the ground in a very dry condition. Stock were in the feed lots and not out on pasture. Some people reported they had no rain since February. At Elevator Meeting . Burt: > J. L. Miller of the Burt elevator attended a district meeting of ..Farmers elevator managers at.West Bend, last Thursday ev- ALGONA vt)ft»Bl£ b^S MOINE5 9 N. Dodge "Street—Phones- 16rl7 J. W. Haggard /&R.-B. Waller. ' Publishers Entered as Second Class Matter a the Postoffice at Algona, Iowa under act of Congress of March 3 1879. Issued. -Weekly. Poppy Sale Saturday, May 25 Benefit of World War Veterans Sponsored by Legion Auxiliary SHC USID and KAY DAUMITf Only finish V _•'(...'•• _ A you f a, w this girl in VOGUE magMHW } { j womeij aeke4 "C'au (A«t bo true,,, '" fF|io <fftct ifi tliAt tbu u&ffllioujtl 10 fresji 0ed ck»A. AniJ a jw }pU § Jong, lofl| * tiisc. 0«Jy...,,,,,.,,,,,, £f| OQ •- • ^-IT Lugby & ninflfif V Mr«, Will Drayton Attended A State Episcopal Meeting Four Corners: Mrs. Will Dra#ton went to Waterloo Monday to attend the 94th annual convention of the Diocese of Iowa Protestant Episcopal church, and the annual convention of the woman's auxiliary, which was held Tuesday and Wednesday at the Christ church and St. Mark's at Waterloo. Mrs. Drayiton returned home Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Whitham were Friday dinner guests tat their daughter's Mrs. Pete Helmers in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman and children Iris and Douglas spent Wednesday at the Art Alexander home. Whittemore school district No. 1 held their school picnic Sunday, May 19 at the state park. Marcella Fandel is teacher. Mrs. John Miller, the former Margaret Plumb, left Monday night for Chdcago to be with her husband who is attending school there. Mrs. Russel Howard and toaby son of Washington, D. C., arrived by itrain Thursday morning for a visit with her parents the Will Draytons. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb plan to attend a district V. F. W. meeting at Carroll Sunday, May 19. Mr. Plumb is commander of ihk local V. F. W. f Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holdret) and children and Mrs. Violet Walker and son Dunvood and Raymond were Sunday dinner guests at the Lewis Broesder home south of Algona. Mrs. Ida Nickerson accompanied her daughter and family, the Fern Hulings, of Britt to the Atjelt Meyers home near Ringsted Sunday, May 12. Mrs. Nickerson re- BACCALAUREATE AT LAKOTA, MAY 12 Lakota: Baccalaureate services were held at the school auditorium Sunday evening, May 12 with a large crowd present. Program • as follows: Processional, Rodney Heetland; Invocation, the Rev. E. H. Buschman; boys' quartet, "Now the Day is Over" by Barrrby; sermon, Basis for a Victorious Life, the Rev. Buschman;. Girls' Glee club, "Crusaders," hymn 1 German Air, and O Bread of Life, Frank; benediction, the Rev. Buschman; recessional, Rodney Heelland. Building Problems Eighth grade .commencement exercises were 'held at the school auditorium, Monday evening, with the following program: Invocation,* the Rev. F. F. Darnauer; boys' double quartet Jr. High singing Hark to the Drum and Fishing Fleet; trumpet solo, Arlo Pannkuk; V Vilia Song and Minuet in G; address, the Rev. Darnauer; Girls Glee club Jr. High, Evening Bells and In the Spring; Presentation of Diplomas, Supt. Cook; Honor Roll, Mrs. Lola Graham, teacher of 7-8 grades; benediction. Eicjhih Grade Ceremony Henry Boettcher came home Sunday, May 12, from Modesta, Caif., where he went March 18'to help his son Clarence Boettcher build a house. Scarcity of building material has halted finishing of the home. Four hundred pounds of nails were shipped mained there for a visit and also expected to visit the Lurhl Fes- slor home and Louis 'Lowman home during the week. She expected to return to Algona Satur-'.iy evening. Doric...Vivid... Intriguing! Amazingly assumes the color ...•for Blonde or Brunette! Glamorous "BLACK CHERRY" lasts longer! It is Delicately (tented! Not waxy! LIPSTICK SIX POPULAR SHADES On. Dollar. Rtfilli Fifty CtnU. Lusby & Giossi from lowh to Modesta to help with the'Building so far. Methodist Hostess— Mrs. A. T. Buckels was hostess to the Methodist W. S. C. S. at her home last week Wednesday afternoon. Following the business session Mrs. J. H. Warburton had charge of devotions and the lesson with "Pray Now" as the topic. Several visitors were present. At Algona Funeral The Otto Koppens, Orville Koppens, Edward Hagges, Wayne Koppens, Kathryn Becker, the Peter Koppens, Leo Korepples, Dorothy and Irwin Koppen, all of Lakota, attended funeral services for Mrs. Joe Koppen at Livermore Catholic church last week Tuesday morning and she was buried in the Algona cemetery. Mrs. Koppen underwent .a major operation at the General hospital in Algona Tuesday morning, May 7, and passed away the following Saturday night. Attend Christening Mrs. Ida Ukena, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena and Mrs. Walter Hans drove to West Union Sunday, May 12, to attend the christening of Mrs. Ida Ukena's granddaughter, Ceryl Julie, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena. The maternal grandfather, the Rev. Frerking of Dubuque, performed .the bap- of Lakota. Dorothy Ukena, student at Dubuque university, accompanied the Rev. and Mrs. Frerking to West Uinion and Mrs. Gerald Ukena took her and Mrs. Frerking to Dubuque that evening, while the Rev. Frerking and the Rev. Ukena went to Twin Lakes to do some work on their cottages there. Welcome a Daughter A daughter!wasiborn to.lheRev. and Mrs. Norman Frerking at a hospital in Monroe, Wis. She has been named Judith Kay. The Rev. Frerking is pastor of a Presbyterian church in Warren, 111. He spent many of his younger years in Lakota when his father, the Rev. O. H. Frerking, was pastor of the Presbyterian church here. Mr., and Mrs. Jerry Ukena spent last week Monday with Jerry's brother Dr. Maynard Ukena and family at Colo, la. Outfng At Okoboji For Lakota Pupils Lakota: The high school students, chaperoned by Supt. Cook and the teachers went to Lake Okoboji in two school busses last week Wednesday for a day's outing and picnic. The grade pupils enjoyed a picnic dinner at the schoolhouse with their teachers in charge. Fenton Food Locker ! Under New Owner ; Fenton: In a deal made last week, Geo. M. Jorgenson purchas* ed the Frozen Food Locker plant from Ed Weisbrod. The firm namd will be Joregensons Cold Storage'. Mr. Jorgenson will 'be assisted in the operation of the cold storage plant by his two sons Geo. O. and Donald W. Jorgenson. Both of the boys served in World. War II. .Mr. Jorgenson has managed this business for the former owner for five years. Yippi-i*i-ki-yay! 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