The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1946 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 28, 1946
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* !l «¥titeSbAY, MAV 28, 1046 \ \ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^HHi^MI Figueroa Ballroom Livermore • Rfny *JO, Oscnr Pnlnyk FOR YOURSELF I.jttlc troubles can cause big repair bills later oat CHECK THE STEERING Too'much "play" irt the steering wheel causes damage to the gear . . . makes driving difficult n and unsafe. See us if you need service. WE RECOMMEND ONLY NECESSARY SERVICE MEMORIAL Day Specials (Shop for Them Wednesday) 5c to 25c FLAGS : ^First Aid KITS """Ito •Adhesive ft APE, J / 2 "xlO yd! (Imported LIVE OIL, 8 pz 35c Squibb's Sunburn CREAM Evenflo NIPPLES (EVENFLO 'Complete 'Hygeia Nursers, complete lOc 25c This Week ONLY! Now Thru Saturday * * * Bring Coupon With You COUPON 50c Size 1 ' RUBBING IALCOHOL, I n ' Coupo COUPON 200 j Walgreen 5 Grain * Reg. 74c size ** Algona Implement Go. % Walt anfl Deb Hall Phone 52 State and Jones Wesley: Mrs. Errrta Ktfflz was elected grand regent of,tfiid C. D of A's at the meeti'rVg held Wednesday night. Mrs, Vi61o Loebig was elected vice-regent, Mrs. Genevleve Goctz, re-elected prophetess. Mrs. - 'AttaStflSia Richtsnieier, lecturer; Mrs'; Paul-' irte Pfeffer,. re-elected historian? Mrs. Viola Studer financial secretary; Mrs. Clotilda -Hutchison, treasurer; Mrs. Cecelia Hauptman, reelepted monitor; Mrs" Maud Studer, re-clecterl sentinel; Mrs. Clara J. Haverly, re-elected oranist; Mrs. Cos. Froelich, Emna Studer and Mrs. Rose Laux were elected trustees. t -,,; The group-voted-to dbn'iitc $25 o the new park, project.' Mrs. -lara Erdman, president, read in invitation extended to mem- :>efs of the court from"Garner to ttend their reception ;6f new candidates Sunday ,i afternoon, June 16, and to the rbartlSjU'et at 6:30 . at Garner.. Members Who plan to attend should notify Mrs. Erdman. The -newly-elected officers .will assume their Offices at the first meeting in 'June; which will be Wednesday evening, Juno 5. ' fee married June'4HO Jfaek L'l6k- tcig. Wednesday evening Visitofs" .fit trfe Mrs. JUlius ,L6r<»nz •Home' were Mr. 'and 'Mrs/'Johfi 'Surafe and his.mother and Mrs. Tbhy; Bartik of Britt.' •. • j The >heay.y rain . of TFhursdav and Thursday night'6ause'd;«iany! basements to again 'be flooded with water from a few inches id three'or'four'feet-• ' • i J. •?. -Studer attehided aft oil' meeting in .Waterloo .Wednesday and .Thursday of last week. Siu'dy.CWb'Picnic •The 1 Study ciilib*wjll'h6ia their drin'ual picnic at the home . of Mrs. .-Al Wagner Thursday after noon. JPAGEf •George 'Ferstl of Algona has announced the marriagfe of his daughter-'Agries to Clemens '3e- sOttowski Of JOliet, 111. : 'The '• wedding look place'oh Uie morning'Of May 18 in St Raymond's Catholic church at Joliet; With 'the Rev. Father Adria'n 1 Home on FurlbUgh '•'-'•• S. 1-c James" Seller came home last week • to spend >a 30-day -'furlough, at the parental Tony Seller home. .He-had'been 1 -in the Philippines but will report back to the naval station at Ottumwa. Has Operalioji on : Nose . HermartvStuder. went to Rochester, Minn., Friday to be with his .son Donovan, who was to submit to surgery on his nose- Donovan went to Rochester Wednesday. Legion Parly May 31 The American Legion is planning a game party in their rooms for Friday night, May 31. for : Kellners A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner of St. Joe Thursday morning. The mother is the former Adele Hildman, daughter of the Geo. Hildmans and they now have two. sons ,and 'two daughters. Mrs. Hildman is caring for her daughter and the new granddaughter. Prairie Neighbors Meet The Prairie Neighbors v Home Project club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Gilbert Hall. "Attractive Beds and Bedrooms" was the subject studied and they had a seed and bulb" "exchange. The club plans to hold their annual picnic for the families at Cajl, State^park, .AlgdM; Sunday, June 16. The next regular meet- MILES ADDRESSES Bode: Frank >,Miles gave the Commencement address Wednesday evening, May 22, in the high school gymnasium. Bode Commencement Sunday evening,'May* 19,'to or-, f an music played by Mrs. 'LeSvis ergum the' .1946 • high school, .graduation class 6f the Bode; high school, followed by;8th graders' and high school teachers were Ushered to reserved places in the Lutheran church for the baccalaureate sermOn given 'by Rev. O. B., Anderson .Of ;Humfooldt. Receive Life Membership At Ladies Aid' Thursday, May •16, in the Lutheran : church .par-' lors,.an especially prepared program was rendered by Mrs. Alfred Vaag, life membership chairman. Those receiving .life membership certificates were Mrs. Theodore Evenso'n of Al- ;ona. Mrs. .Martin rKinseth of Jradgate, Mrs. O. T. Larson and Mrs. Kriute Arne. . Thompsons Have 'Itifiend Of Son 10iea^n Pacific Master Sergeant Peterson visited at the Theo. Thompson home last Thursday and.Friday. Sgt. Peterson was a 'prisoner at Cabfin- .atuan, Philippine 'Islands, with their son, 'Donald, during his last ddyS' before he died. 'Sgt. Peterson had promised Don•aid that he would visit his parents if he came out of it alive.follow- ing Donald's death he had written the Thompsons a card, but the card was never received here. The sergeant had written Mr. and Mrs. Thompson a, letter last spring telling of Donald's last days before he died. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Thompson .and son, Maurice, daughter, Mrs. Gail Hasse, and her daughter, Anna Louise, took Sgt. Peterson to Eagle Grove where they.visited relatives there before taking the latter on to Ames. Sgt. Peterson then left for San i Francisco, Calif., where he is now stationed in,the .army. Hertrfan' Studer/';. Jack Hansen, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Rhvmpnd Hansen, has enlisted in the , army and will leave for Fort Snelling, Minn., June -29. 'He graduated from Wesley high school this .month; Clara Hoofle and ArnvRichts- meier of Fort Dodge visited'rela- tives here Sunday, May 19. The latter 1 was confirmation sponsor for Francis Richtsmeier. ' Has) Visitors From Dakota Guests at the home of Mrs. Julius Lorenz several days last week were Mr. and Mrs..John Vondrachek and son and Albert Vondrachek of Valley C'fty.'N. D. They all visited ' the Grotto at West Bend: and. relatives in Britt Wednesday. The North Dakota 'oiks visited relatives in South Dakota and went on tp Ratsville, Wis., where they had lived'more .han 30 years ago. To New Mexico School Edward Lorenz left Sunday night for New Mexico, where he )lans to enter school under the G. L bill,and will take an engineering course. He had been discharged nine mouths ago . after 8 months service^ in the European theater of \yar. He wns rew .chief m tho ajr corps. Edward -drove 'a use 1 car. for Ernest Vnhker. of Algona'as far as New Mexico, another driver taking it on to California; Visit in St. Pjwl Mr and Mrs, ^ Ed Hildman • and jawrence and the ,• Robert *Kain family of Sexton speM the weekend visiting * the two'Hildman Daughters and their families,.the Delmar Pommereriinps and Herman Lyons in St. Paul. Lawrence remained for a longer visit and for employment. Shower for Irene Loebig . Irene Loebig was honored* at a pre-nuptjal shower in the parish hall Sunday afternoon. She will Entertain for Visitors Mrs. T. T. Thompson was hostess at a luncheon at her home Tuesday, afternoon. .Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Wade of Terrill and Mrs. Carhart of Los Angeles. Women's Club-May f Z8 The Bode Woman's club -will meet Tuesday evening, May '• 28j at the home of Mrs.-. Leon'Gange- stad with JVIarie Hegg as hostess; The program.: is" ih charge of Mrs. Bernice Olson and,her subject will be Oriental Garden's'in Beverly Hills. 'Other numbers' Will also--be 'given at this •meeting. While fPlayirtgV '- J o ^Neilspn, .twin, *6ri •<# Herlev^Neilsen fell-against: art-'oil stove while playing ah'd ^burned his' arm which required medical attention. House Shortage-at Bode On ^account of the housing shortage here the .-Art Hansori family has moved r to 'Rutland. The house they .were-living in was sold. Unibn Teachers To Get Pay Increase The Union township school board met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Bjustrom Monday evening, May 20, for a discussion of raising the teachers' Wages for the coming school year. The bonus paid Union teachers at the close of the school year met with difficulties as the bonus brought the teachers' finances into the bracket of the withholding tax, married teachers , faring better than single ones. .The board decided to do -.,a way with . the bonus and raise, the iteachers' wages to $155 per month. The $5 is to be janitor's • fees. Louis Scott is president and. Mrs. Quentin Bjustrom, secretary. 'Fred '.Will is having trouble with a : strep : infection in one of his?arms. - ; ''Mr.. and Mrs. Lawrence Gisch are of theCfew who. are. privileg- e'di'tb dnVe/a'riew car. OTR7'>7 Lickteig Officiating at the double ring ceremony. Ava Mafia was sung by (he groom's brother. The bride was attired in a gown of imported net featuring a dra'pecf" bodice.'. Rows of fluttering formed the cap sleeves and fingerless, long-laced, .net gloves were worn. The skirt was floor-fength with rows of flute- ing around, the hipline. The bride's . frhgcrtip illusion veil hung fromva>m'atching net Dutch halo and;.:i*hd carried a white prayer book with igardenia and lily-of-the;Valley streamers. Veda Mut;v maid of honor, wore a yellow -gown of silk sheer with , matching .halo and carried .a large boliciUct of red roses. Otto Bambfcfa'ttencled the groom. The bridal, party was served breakfast at the home of the groom's mother. Later a wedding dinneriwas served the immediate 'families and close friends in the Rose Room of Hotel Louis Joliet. The table Was beautifully decorated and centered with two heart-shaped cakes inscribed with the bride and groom's name. The newlyweds spent a few days in Algona while on their honeymoon trip at the home of tho bride'sifather. Following their honeymoon the couple 'Mil reside at 1023 Cora St., Joliet, 111. Sorority Entertains Mothers- Members of the Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sima Phi entertained their mothers Thursday evening at the Shelter House, where they were served a hot picnic dinner by the committee, Dot Smith, Jean Miner, Martha Lou Pelisek, Dorothy Miller, and Eleanor Mowers. Forty-eight member.-. am guests were present. Followin the dinner Dorothy Miller, clui director, took charge of the in stallation of new oficers. Th new officers are: Jean Min er, president; Margaret Miller vice president; Helen Bown, rec ording secretary; Ardeen Samp son, corresponding secretary; am Ruth Butts, treasurer. Two guessing games were alsi played with Mrs. Bruce Sand burg arid Ardee'n Sampson win ^mg the/prizes. mor Lemkee being assistant hostess. Mrs. Anna Wftliffc Honored— A party was held May 22 in honor of'the 77th birthday of Mrs. • Attha Wauge. Names of guests were-listed in the Advance paper Thursday, but also present were Mrs. William iLadendorff, cousin of Mrs. Wauge, and .Mrs. Erman Hansen, who read the congratulations for a happy birthday. Mrs. .Witham read a short scripture, and Mrs. Ladendorff gave a prayer. 'Mrs.'Wauge received many lovely presents and cards -as well as a sil- .ver offering from her many friends who were present at the party. Songs were sung and refreshments served. Mrs. Cora Raney Mrs. Hnllie Witham, and Mrs. Hattie Larson were honored as (he oldest friends present. Approaching Mr. and Mrs. Louis Germann of Whittemora hdve announced the approaching marriage of their daughter Irene to Thomas H. Sherman, son of Mr. arid Mrs. H. J. Sherman of Algona, Tuesday, June 11, at St. Ambrose Cathedral, Des Moines. Rftbcltah Lodffe— The Rebekah lodge will meet Tuesday evening, May 28 at the VFW hall at eight o'clock. Mem- ibers are invited to come and hear t about convention, ^Iso birthday ' party. Naomi Circle— The Naomi circle met with Mrs. J. P. Smith Friday afternoon. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Edna «, Harr, Mrs. Raymond Harr and druggists. I Cartto Elects Officers— The Bel Canto club closed its year's program with a luncheon at George's Cafe Friday. The business meeting followed at which reports of the committees were given and the re-election of all officers was agreed upon: president, Opal Bourne; vice president, Ruth Sheirk; recording secretary, Nelha Mathes: corresponding secretary, Betty Stillman; treasurer, Ruth Lewis; historian, .Lucia Wallace; chorus director, Thais Bueghly; syncopation club counsellors, Veda Murlagh and Cecelia Sullivan. One new officer was added, publicity secretary, Helen Pletch. Mrs. Sid Spear. Merry Mixers— The .Merry Mixers sewing-cltlb met with 'Mrs. D. L. Leffert Fri*i day afternoon. Stains,Dullness Vanish from DENTAL PLATES KlecnlK tnds fnM«y,Jtnfmfot brushing. JOM pill fiilr pint* of hhlilo i n ni usng. O pil ilr pn* • of hhlilito in n Rlnil nf WAIefi mill A hi lie Kloi'nilc. I'rtsla! Slaina, ilontnrc oilof, il^rdloi nitlnn<i (linnppfnr. YotlM»tt(l npnrhlr Hh« new. Auk yonf (oilny for KLEENITEf/»cfi/w5/./esi Wai Get KLEENlTE today ftt UltJ- ENTTE PHARMACY (success*)? <lrt. A. tl. Bbrchardt) and all good ihit l*iti Houi • limt with •n CERTIFIED INSULATION 408 CowanBWgSupplyCo, Don'Carlson, Radio Man,2i-c,. is one of the crew on the transport ship "Harry Taylor' -which ! Te-i cently docked in the New York Harbor with a contingent of ser-j vice men from'Germany. Followj ing the arrival the ship is soon to be decommissioned. ] Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hansori spent Sunday, May 26, in De-' corah with their daughter Audi rey, who is attending collegd there. They also attended the annual concert given by the Lul theran college band, preceding Commencement. > Ila Fern Hanson has returned to her work in Mason City,, after a short visit with her parents here. Doris Saathoff has '. returned home from Alden, where she completed her Junior . year in the Public schools there. Mrs. A, B, Larson spent part of last week in •• Hay ward.. Minn. Mr. Larspn .drove i up there for her Saturday evening, (both returning Sunday evening. , A 7 o'clock 1 dinner Served by the Ladies' Aid ph Monday,.evening, May 27, to the .Men'si Lutheran ' Brotherhood will • be: followed by a program, of which Haldor Dale is profirpiju..chairman,. Mr, and Mrs."Wi N. Chantlahd and Amanda Johnson left recently for a visit in Prairie Farm, Wis-, at the home pf Mr, arid Mrs. Harold Johnspii. Services at 10:15. Ledyard Memorial services will be held at Town hall, at 10: J5 with the 'Legion and Auxiliary in charge. Rev. John Van Kommer of '-Bancroft will be the speaker, Musical- numbers will be furnished by -the: girls glee club, Kathleen Reece, ' Stella Frey and Patricia Malzener. Following the program lhe;group will. go to the cemetery for decoration of the military graves toy the Legion. rEntcrtains Club — Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves wa hostess last Thursday afternoon to the : Irvington -Homemakers club. This - is : a newly Organized .club whose , purpose is • to be" a 'literary or study club. It will >lso include the work of the? la die's 'Farm Bureau projects i: a part of the i program. The'motto selected by the chlto is, : "If a Worth doing 'at all it's worth doing well." Club colors are rose -and white. Mrs. Perry Phillips, club president, presided. Roll call was responded to by giving Mother's Day quotations. Guests of the club were Mrs. Henry Eisenbarth Jr., Mrs. Douglas Wilden and M Blanche Lage. The next reg- lar meeting will be on June 27 with Mrs. Marie Frank], Mrs. Ar- ARMORCOAT Choice of; Colors Lumber Go. Phone 256 Ji mi Pool Chester Long lo Wed Mrs. Minnie Long, now living in San-Francisco, announces the engagement of her son • Chester to Marilyn Jane Williams, daughter of Mrs. Sue Newton, Boise, Idaho. An engagement dinner party was given at the Delta Gamma house, University of Idaho, where the couple are students. The wedding will take place June 9 at the Sigma Nu house where Chester is affiliated. Mrs. Long plans to attend. Prairie Pals Meet— The Prarie Pals met at the home of Rose .Mary Studer with eleven •members present. Roll call was answered by giving one new time saver lor room care. The leader gave a talk on well dressed beds, windows, tables and chairs. Diane Kleinpeter .gave a demonstration on how to-make a good laundry bag, and there \vas a picture study. Mary Joan Loebig-gave a talk on good grooming and Carrol Erdman gave a study of Scotland. YOUR SUPPORT FOR W. A. (Bill) Barry Candidate in the Democratic Primary Election for Kossuth COUNTY TIEMUIER WILL BE APPRECIATED —Resident of Kossuth County for 46 Years. —Practical Business Experience and ;Dealing With the Public for 37 Years. —A Kossuth Taxpayer for 37 Years. EFFICIENCY—ECONOMY-rAND ABOVE ALL COURTESY She used to pay $15 for a permanent— 1 . Marian Euuu of .Milwaukee ow she^ives herself a 7& wave at home _-/o you • Lovely, Jong-IaBting. .Quick and euy to .do. OMLY £ CMIMC COLD WAVi: Get Ready far the Decoration Day Holiday! — for lounging ( — for active spOrtt — for beachwear * TWO-PIECE Play Suits —of cool novelty print spun rayon 'One-piece -plaj '• «uit that gives the effect of a tailored shirt with pleated shorts. . .wrap around dirndl skirt, buttoned to'- hemline. COUNTRy:PRICES • Leather Lined •Leather White Crushed Kid Upptr •„ r-^< i .s. i

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