The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 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 28, 1946
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GRANT SCHOOL ... Swfea dity: Qdftald C. Crouse, Estheryllle, has toefeh elected 16 succeed V. A. Barrett as Suferlnf fcndont of the. Grant tawhshi?) eonsslidatod school. t He is at present 5h the teaching staff of the Esthcfvllle high fefibol. Before taking that posi- Jldn he Was superintendent of Jh6 Emmet Consolidated school liqfth of Estherville. f Mr. and Mrs, Cr6Use have five fcttildren, four of whom are of school age. ; jPmideni Teaching FederaiioQ I J Esther Charlotte Smith* Was f {.recently elected president of .the 1 f teaching federation at Charles i City, This is an organization of f I'70 teachers in six schools, and is I ftho strongest system In north* least Iowa, barring Waterloo and I "Dubuquc. Esther has been vocal Ihriusic supervisor at Charles City ft tor the past two years and has: re,signed a contract for the same 4 -Work for the cdming year. .Celebrate 83rd Birthday 'h-VT wenty wom en helped « 11B . >'JkNelliq' Peterson Celebrate her sf^83rd birthday Tuesday afternoon Mrs. 1 it a coffee party at her horrfe. A Covered ,dish lunch was served and many lovely gifts were brought by these friends and neighbors. The ptjrty was . arranged by by 'Mrs. Peterson's- daughters, Mrs. Henry Johnson and Mrs. Art "Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berggren, San Diego, Calif., arc visiting her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. John 1 A. -Anderson at Anderson Oaks a)id with other relatives and • friends. Mrs. Pearson lo Hospital 1 Mrs. Olof Pearson, who has been an invalid' for several months, was taken by ambulance Recently' to a Fairmont hospital. Her son and daughter G. B. of gt Louis and Berniece of Omaha were called to Swea City last iweek. The Nelsons returned from there to their home in Los Angeles after visiting in Swca City for several days. Martin Molinders Move • The Martin Molinders moved Thursday from their farm to the James E.' Vaux : residence, which ' they purchased early this year, The Vaux family left Wednesday for Bcllingham, Wash. New Babies New babies born during the month at Forbes hospital include Dennis Robert, May 11, to Mr. and Mrs; Skpgg, Elmore; Gifford 'Terry, May 12, to Mr. and Mrs. •Gifford Smith ;Dianna Lynn May 14, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Behr- cnds, Bancroft; and Linda Lee to Mr. and Mrs. ~' "" ' ~ 5>*t. ' - ••••••••••••MMUMHiBBWh^^l^ifciltifl^fl^g^^^^yyj^^^l^^^J : . .j^.a........ , ..._, ..-_;__; i.... .!.. BERNADETTE STUDER BECOMES BRIDE OFHOWARDWME, LUVERNE, MAY 18, uj. . - , , Q. A. McGuan has sold his .farm north'dast of'Swea City to Martin Molmder and will glv« Iposscssion July 1. DON'T FLOUNDER! Economic storms can be as disastrous as storms at sea. Chart a SAFE course to Debt-Free Farm Ownership with a'Federal Land Bank loan through the ' NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION E. H. Hutchins, Sec.-Treas. ; 110 ISo. Dodge St. ... : .Algona , V Iowa Low FARM Long Interest LOANS v Terrp Lu Bertie: A pretty wedding was sdlertihiized .at St. Mary's church, Corwith, Saturday.morn- ing, May' 18, when Bernadettc Studer, younfiest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius O. Studer, Lu- Verne, -became: the bride of Howard Wille, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wille, LuVerne. The louble ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. L, O'Connell. George Gray of Corwith sang Ave Maria following the ceremony. The ''bride wore a gold colored suit with white accessories and a corsage of gardenias and lilies of he valley. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Conway of Algona, who wore d , brown suit With white accessories and a corsage of lilies of the valley. The groom was attended by Geo. Studer, brother of the bride. . The bride has been employed for over two years at the Hefty Lockers' at LuVerne. Her husband recently returned to civilian life after nearly four years overseas. • , Following the Wedding, dinner was served to the immediate family at George's Cafe in Algona. The couple left Saturday on a wedding trip and on their return will live in Algona, where Mr. Studer is employed. LuVerne Live Wires The LuVerne Live Wires 4-H club met with Mrs. Vernon Eg- igleston, Saturday afternoon, May 11. Seven members and four mothers were present for the mother's day party. The mothers were presented corsages. Following the business meeting there was a talk by the leader on how to shampoo carpeting and Max Factor Hollywood "PAN-CAKE MAKE-UP .'A' It gives the skin a smooth, velvety, youthful look. Helps hide tiny complexion faults. Stays on for hours without re-powdering. 50 Lusby & Giossi Lusby&Giossi rugs. There Was also / .alk by Doris Fett on good habits for health, The next meeting will be held June 4 when there will be a program. Attend Doak Funeral . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riley accompanied by Mrs. Anna Sam key, attended the fundral services for Edgar P. Doak, which were held Wednesday afternoon in the Methodist church at Gal- latina, Minn. Mr. Doak, father ot' James Doak, LuVerne, died Sunday, May 19, in the veterans hospital at Wadsworth, Kans., at the age of 49. Mrs. James Doak, who had spent a week visiting in Kansas and Missouri, returned Horrie Wednesday with her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley. James • remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Goetsch Entertains Club The J. J. club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Carl Goetsch with 12 members and two guests, Mi's. Arthur' Riley and Mrs. James Doak in attendance. This was the last meeting of the year. Following a ] :30 pot luck luncheon, 500 was played, with Mrs. Hugh Shirk winning the high prize and Mrs. Goetsch, the low. Mrs. Alvin H'artrcopf spent several days visiting her aunt and other relatives in Amboy, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke went to Spencer Wednesday to attend the graduation of their grandson Roger Deitzel, son of Mr. and-Mrs. George Deitzel. Relatives Celebrate Mt-8. Rich's Birthday May 19 was Mrs,.- Nettie Rich's birthday and in hortor of the occasion a picnic dinner was held at her home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich and children, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vande Grift and son Glenn Allen of Albert Lea, Minn., Mrs. Rhoda Dunn and son Charles and daughter Mary of Scarville; Earl Rich, Mrs. Russel Howard and son Richard Allen of Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Will Drayton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and family of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich and Glen Sabin. Daughter for George Riches Mr. and Mrs. George F. Rich are parents of a baby girl, Joan Irene, weight five pounds, born at the General hospital May 24. To AJJend University Mr. and Mrs. Verle Harlah went to Cedar Falls Tuesday evening and spent the night at Harlan Standley's, the next day going on to Iowa City, whore Verle registered for college. From there they went on to Stockport to Verio's grandparents, the Clyde Harlans. They returned home Friday night. The Clyde Harlans' return with them for a visit. Mrs. W. Ray Smith and her granddaughter Karen Kay Wallace soent Friday afternoon visiting Mrs. Art Alexander. 'Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arns and daughter spent Monday evening visiting at the W. Ray Smith home. Mrs. J. W. Pritchard and children of Wayland visited recently With her aunt Mrs. E. N. Robinson. They were enxoute home •after visiting Mrs. Pritchard's parents, the Leo DeMuWis of •Milford. Johnnie and Larry Ramus, sons of Mr. ahd Mrs. Leo Ramus, spent Friday evening with Ronald Harlan. Raymond Walker and friends left Saturday, May 18, for a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. During the. trip they called on relatives, the Walter Cairns and Lloyd Bakers, near St. Cloud. They found it too cold a,nd rainy for enjoyable fishing and returned home Thursday. A 4-H meeting was held Saturday at the Ferdinand Ostwald home. Officers were installed 'for the coming year as follows: Ellen Witham, president; Anna Mae Erpelding, vice president; Leola Ostwald, secretary and treasurer; Peggy Patton, histor- ian. The girls will start work immediately on rugs. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Witham and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus attended a Farm Bureau meeting Friday night at Eldon Shaws for Whittemore township. Officers were elected and plans were made to hold a family meeting the third Thursday of each month. On Eastern Jaunt Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hutchison and two daughters, Joanne and Nancy, left Friday noon for a three-weeks' visit through the east. They will visit at the home of Senator Hickenlooper and family in Washington, D. C., attend the national Kiwanis convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and visit New York City before returning home. Italians Have Bread But Price Is High Union Boy Says Union: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will received a letter from their son Pfc. Milton Will, who has been in Italy for some time on M. P. duty covering a great deal of the country. He was inducted May 11, 1945, and after basic training soon debarked for Italy. He has been in Bari, Italy, Naples, Pisa and Rome. In Pisa his duties were to guard the bridge over the Canal. From Pisa he flew back to Naples. He states the people in southern Italy seem to be a poorer class than in northern Italy. Wheat is 'heading out now in Italy. Shops seem to have .plenty of bread and rolls but the price, of course, is high. Wednesday Olily! at Our Fountain Chicken Chow Mein with Noodles, Rice, Buttered Toast & Large Glass Frosty ICED TEA 39c Lusby&Giossi Syn-Kro-Nized' COSMETICS' Give your natural loveliness entrancing beauty,. .with these fine cosmetics which glorify your own jkin tones and compliment each other, SStto91.00 Faea Powder with Matching Foundation Ciema orLotion Cleansing Ciem* Hand Cramo • Night Cram* Lipatick with Matching dome or Dry Rouga Skin Freshener • Lotion* tUiamnoo* t Colbanet Lusby & Giossi GIFTS The aura of glamour which surrounds the bride is given added brilliance by her personal and home gifts of fine jewelry and silverware. Let us help you select gifts of lasting value which will always carry the memory of your thoughtfulness. DIAMONDS AND WEDDING RINGS Her diamond and'the wedding ring's arc more than jewelry. They arc a visible sign of the deepest sentiment and affection, for they arc given to one who is loved. And they may be selected at our store with the utmost confidence that they are exactly as represented. We have diamonds to fit all circumstances. Ask about our free insurance. , . . the roa^tc n»me in ifine toiletries for men . . , will bring a/gfju qf appreciation from Dad on paper's Dajr. They're his kjn4 toiletries -v , masculine -Jt, I dirtipgjuslwd by their ' PEARLS An appropriate cift for the f-5)?o«i£4o,,-gXvV '~ single strands. $12 up ^sgsipi ROSARIES A grift to carry with her prayer book. • $10 LAPEL PINS To wear on her going away suit or dress. Beautiful assortment. $7 to $25 SILVERWARE 1881 Rogers. Always a treasured Stft. AM tp her chosen pattern. 5 piece place setting $4,50, - Service foj six 10 ni»c? settings $37 For the Bridesmaids For that gift of appreciation to the bridesmaid or bride- maids, we suggest an Evans, or Elgin American compact, or any one of the gift items listed below. There Is also » fine selection of other gift items. LADIES RINGS Exquisite set rings with choice of large stone. $7.50 to $50 LOCKETS In square, round and heart shape designs. $5.00 up LAPEL LOCKETS To wear on her suit. Gold filled, EXPANSION BRACELETS Several different styles from wJiich to choose. Fed. tftx included. $17.50 new »nd unusual stems, Gold and silver. •HtewH IBFBw 1^^^ f^gfi ^J ^B)P^PF BRACELET5 Bc»«tiCul|y desiened. Gold filled, Some with spmi-prcr clous stpnes, . $9,00 COMPACTS Evans and Elgin American. Smart designs in gold and silver. .•'••• $1.50 to $22.50 CAMEOS Genuine hand carved cameo. Solid gold filligrce. " $22.50

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