The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1946 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 4, 1946
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PAGE TWO_ ._ ALGONA UP^M' Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Frlstcdt and flaughter Virginia were called to Burlington recently, toy the death of the former's brother-in-law Mark Barton. Enroute Virginia slopped at Clarence and remained with her maternal .grandmother until her parents returned from Burlington. Donna Ueen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Deen, former Algonians now living at Arnolds Park, has been elected, president for the coming year of the Alpha Lambda Delta, an honorary scholastic sorority at Coe college. She will arrive at Arnolds Park Juno 10 to spend (lie summer. . MiV mid* Mrs, Olenri Crill.v and Nonna Voylcs went to Newel, Sunday, to visit «t the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Edgar Crilly, Mr. and Mrs. John Crill.v and Mr, and Mrs. Paul Sehunzel, of Seattle, are visiting nt the Edgar Crill.v home and this is a re-union of the three Crill.v brothers and their sister Mrs. Schunzel. Who Bad Most Pair? Kid* of 1940 Or ! Vs, ^ 7* ,' '> V r "• , , ", v • '*'''-' NO; 4 OP A- CENTKNNIAT, YKAR SERIES Presenting Tlie Farmers of Kossuth County C R. Schoby Known widely over the stale, as well as in his home Kossuth county, is C. II. Scholiy. On the clay we visited his place to draw his picture, dozens of new Iambs and their mothers grazed through the shady grove that surrounds the Schoby place, corn planting was weir along, and the usual activity that goes with a typieaUowa fine farm was in progress. Mr. Schoby, Chairman.of the Iowa Dairy Industry Commission, has long been prominent in dairy affairs, and maintains a model Ilolstein herd. He is optimistic over the future outlook from the producer's standpoint, particularly for the dairy fanner, lie says ther<- is no question but what dairy products can be produced as cheaply here in northern Iowa as anywhere. On the 560 acres farmed by Mr; Schoby, assisted by four hired men. you will find corn, oats, hay, alfalfa, 1.080 chickens, 3,500 turkeys and a couple of hundred hogs. IOWA FACTS The world's tallest corn—a giant stalk measuring-26 feet 10 inches—was raised in Iowa in 1942. Here at this bank, we arc constantly striving to "grow" greater friendships by careful, personal attention to your financial needs and desires. A H TAT RALPH MILLER. President HAROLD-GILMORE, Cashier UOY Mc-MAIION, Cashier Authorized Frigidaire and Maytag Dealer FRIGIDAIRE Refrigerators-Electric Stoves - WATER HEATERS Jud Whitehead Electric White Electric Sunbeam Automatic Oil HEATING EQUIPMENT Stokermatic Stokers For Automatic Heat Coleman Oil Burning Floor Furnace WILCOX-GAY BECOBDIO Make records in your own home. It's fun. Phonograph-Radio Recorder-Public Address REPAIRS—We repair all makes of washing machines and refrigerators. Wringer rolls for all makes of washers. Crilly Appliances Phone 399 State & Harlan . Union: Did.the young folks of years ago have n bettor time, ih a. simpler, way than the young folks of today? A group of Vnion township women wonder, and while they didnt try to answer the question, they- enjoyed talking over old times at and following a dinner held Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Lillian Hendficks of Garnett, Kans., and Mrs. Paul Benjamin of Miami, Fla. Mrs. Andrew Hanson was also a guest of honor. Others attending, all former schoolmates and friends, Mrs. Frank Gruikshank, Mrs, Alice Dilsworth, Mrs. W. Pi Htiwcott, Bessie Hopkins, Mrs. Lulu Hartshorn, Mrs. Louis Bode, all of Algona, and Mrs., W, H. Hyno and Irene Lamuth of Fort Dodge. After the dinner, the group went to. the • Louis Bode hotne jn Union.township, where a py. get-together, was held. The evening was spent' remin- .iscin-g of: times: spent lits.former 'years when some oft the- group formed a. club known- as- the H. S. G. B; club.. The initials puzz- led'the'young men of'that period and their.- meaning- was;never revealed—and: still • isn't*, ' , The club was started! in 1910. Ofte member has since died, Mrs, Fred Cottrell (Verbal, Morgan). In those days parties were held at each other's homes,, andt in- ,cluded musical: numbers, games^ taffy, pulls, andi similat., amuse:-* monts and entertainment' that do not enter into present»-day actlvi* ties of young folks. At the gathering Saturday, night. an..imr promptu program in 'duplication of those of' an. earlier day, was presented. jdafighter and , of. fie*, es» motei, .Mr. amftJVfrS-. v ~ Ctirlew, Mrs; Ned'BKJWrt'attdiMrB. Deena Johnson of Graettlrtger. Mrs. Schmutz,. Mrs. Buhr, Mrs, Rae and-Ed Taylor Jt; are the-T«y- ,ldr, children. Mrs. Ed Johnson and Mrsr Brown are sisters, of. Mrs, Taylor. A purse of money was giv* en Mn and) Mrss Taylor by theirs children,, the*others gave Individ J ualigifts,.The /flay lors-began tMelr 1 married life-at'Coriew where -Mri Taylor' was manager of' a lumber yard* Ifi 1926 they moved to*AH gon-a anclt M», Taylor- engaged i ih a-ifew years ago; Belly Kohlhaas Weds— Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenzen, Rockwell; Bette Finnegan, Mason City. Episcopal Guild— •; '. • The Episcopal Guild will meet Thui-sday at 2:30 with Mrs/Austin Gardner. Society— V r A ('} as Society of the First I 'Dorcas Dorcas Society of the First"Luth eran church will meet..,Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in'the''!church parlor. The hostesses will be Mrs. Loren Thompson, Mts. Melvin Thompson and Mrs. John Ubben. Betty Kohlhaas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, be- c-:ime the bride of Dale Eugene Brand, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brand of Fort Dodge, in a single ring ceremony performed at 9:30 I Monday morning in St. Cecelia's church by the Rev. J. M. Mallinger. | The bride wore a wedding gown with a white satin em- broid bodice and a net over satin skirt, which extended in a long train. Her short veil was held-in i place with orange blossoms, and sljc carried, a .bpucruet oj -^yjjite roses and lilies. Anita Kohlhaas was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a yellow satin and net dress with a lavender veil and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and lavender sweet peas. Keith Johnson of Fort Dodge attended Mr. Brand as best man. Miss Josie McEvay played the i Lohengrin Wedding March and ' the bride's sister-in-law, Mrs. Vernon Kohlhaas of Washington, D. C., sang the Lord's Prayer, Shubert's Ave Maria, Panis Angel icus, and Just for Today. Following the ceremony, a' wedding dinner was served at the Algona Country Club. After her graduation from St. Cecelia's Academy the bride attended Iowa State Teachers college, and has taught two years at Swak'dalo and two at Clarion. While at Cedar Falls she was affiliated with the Delta Phi Delta sorority. Mr. Brand attended Cornell College following his graduation from Fort Dodge high school and is a member of Delta Phi Rho fraternity. He has been teaching imd coaching at Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Brand will spend the summer at Boulder, Colo., where Mr. Brand plans to complete work on his masters clef.;roc«. Out of town guests at the wed- dintj wore as follows: Mr. and Mrs. John Brand Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Kt.-ith Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. .John Brand Jr. and Darwin Brtmd, Fort Dodge; Roger Grove, Bob Miridk-ton, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ebcrt, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rohor, Mrs. Jo Ellen Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenneth Roney :mcl Warren Hutchins, Clarion: Fiances Caliian, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. George Dovey, Sioux Falls, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Kohlhaas, Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan Jr., Celebrate • Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor were married 48 years ago June 1 at Emmetsburg, and in celebration, a family dinner was given-Saturday at the home of their daughter Helen and husband Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schmutz and daughter Shirley of Salina, Kan., Mrs. W. B. Rae of Mason City, Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Buhrand Benefit Party- There will be a" benefit party at ,lhe Academy Thursday afternoon at two oalock, sponsored, by Josle McEVoy and Mrs. Rose-Stebrte Wftslfey Wizards Mfeet^- The Wesley Wizards 4-H club met, with. Joan_Eitzenburger Saturday, June 1. In the absence of the president the vice president, Shirley . GoetZi secretary/ -had charge-of the meeting; Ten. members were present. A demonstration ,on ."Your, Flowers Tell on You" was. given, by. Joan. Goetz. A talk on "A' Girl Lives in-Japan',' was given toy. Shirley Goetz. Plans were, made for the Rally. Day to be held at. Burl on.JunQ'7. Shirleyj appointed, a, committee of Joan Goetz, Burdine Hanson, and herself .to prepare a menu for the-picnlc to be held June 16 at the Call ;state park, Mrs. Ivan Johnson! .,4^-H leader, helped the girls, n ; Three,'new members were present. They were Joan Hilbert, Shirley and ROse 'Mary Yegge. Mrs. Leander .;.Seefeld• • and triplets, Donna,; Dixie and Dennis, were visitors.' j.f.i. Tie BHds-ls a daughter ftf'tMe ftte''3Vlf^.ar^dlJ«r8^ Martin S8ttft* jstetter.. Mft,Boharinon is a sort of'Mfft- Aftp B&haWhon and*t Jlat*- J, T. Bohannoft. • Tne couple went on. a short Hotteyrrtaotr ter MtHtieapolfs^ aftd will be at home at C02 E. Me* Gregor- street- in< the near- future.- Garden, 'Club — : Members of the Garden Club met at the - library at one o'clock Monday jOnd were taken by cars on a fa'ur of four gardens in Bart- and several in Algona. Following this inspection, the ladies returned to the home of: Mrs, William Dau: where a. picnic was held at six o'clock. Mrs. Dau is the president of the club. . Bohannon'-Bbnnsleller— L.. Si Bohannon,, Algona' insurance man;, and; Burnetta; Bonnr stetter were married 1 Wednesday, May. 29; at-, the Congregational parsonage 1 by, the Rev. Jbhn< B. L6tha t&Cllsiiek , M' a-, double ring* !Stitl'd&y. at( 2 o'clock Ifi- the Lu Itheroh' church at Lotts- Creekt iLdrhSiFaulstlck, daughter-of Mn aridfMfSt H. J. Faulsticfc Of Lone (Ro«k> artdJDuane-Wallukait, soft 'of*Mr. and Mrs. CWris Wallukait; Algona, were united in marriage by the Rev. A. F. Otto. The couple . was attended by Mildred Faulstick. sister.:. 1 of the •bride, as maid' of' Honor;V Bette Wallukait,,sister of tMe groorrt(.as bridesmaid^ JamesvDodds; friertd of the groom, and George Wallu- kait; cousin .of the groom. Judy Beefoe of Humbbldt, cousin of the groom, was flower girl. Mayrne jAnn: and Bmelene. A'lig< friends ,of the. bride,, were'Ushers.. , The processional 'Marche Nup- tiale'- 1 and. recessional', "Marche Triumphant' 1 by, Walter Sass- rmanshausen, were played by A. Lusmann, The toide was. given in : marriage by. her. father..Marie F ; aulstick ( sister-of; the bride,- and Marion Gade, cousin oft the bride, sang, a-duet,, "The Lordi Is; My Shepherd.-" The bride wore a gown of white slipper, satin with net skirt and train edged in lace. She also wore a finger-tip veil; and sweetheart 1 crown with beaded orange blossoms. Lorna's toou- quet was calla lilies. She carried the handkerchief her mother car" ried; at her- wedding. The maid of honor wore a ,wMite, Adfttulfette gdwh ...... t&lfetfi flbdicejfirid carried pink ianH; wniti&' (iflrnatlons. The br!8eiin«id WA^attired in a White .talfeta gWft'Wlth net skirt and 'also carried pink and white carnations, The. flower girl and 'usKers^aiso' wore white gowns, Mrs. fattlstlck wore- aft- aerus dress• with black' accessories- and a corsage of, yellow roses, MrSi [Wallflkait* Wore aft> aiiua,i dfes? Iwith white accessories affdi a 'corsage- of' yolloW' roses, , ' A Wedding, dinner was served ;to thirtyj gyests^ &t> the Mrs. w* 'K. SeiWflon Home lit Algonaj The-weddrnfe'table was decorated witH;ftfthree^ier cake whl6H,Wfs topped w-ith a miniature bride and ^ groom. TAble waitresses ,^yere Lorraine Bock, Emma Jean •Mfetzgeft P.ay.e Krause, and Vttn* ,nie Brdgari. ' ••' ^ • Both; the bride^ and* groonr are 18*44 graduates of the 'Algeria high school. Duane is m the army air forces stationed at Am- •arillo,-• Tex.-, where they will make their temporary home, Lorna has- been employed 'by Thompson,Distributing Company. , Dihfter— Dr. and Mrs, Karl Hoffman entertained; Sunday evening' at the Country. Club- at a-pre^nup? tial dinner in honor of, tnein niece, Betty- Kohlhaas t andi her fiance Dale Brand of' FortiDodge,- Others attending were the .horn oree's parents,- Mr. and'Mrs:'P." J: Kohlhaas and sons Bob, Dean and Philip; Mr. and Mrs.'T. l H; Ghrischilles; Rg*e liampe, .Rose Scanl&n, Joan Hoffmani Mr. arid Mrs. Vernon Kohlhaas of Wasjlr ington, D. C.; Anita Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. George,Dovey of Sioux Falls, Keith Johnson, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Mabel'Kerndt and son Bobbie, Chicago. : / •; 6f! We«i i FfedrtCi u.u.^&liitib'e.ihi.Ni.Ji Othf Stg were Mh and- Mrs* „=„„ Qtliesaie^ RfttHtut. diiles*- Olfe, fvan KbHlhaa* and Erlelt Wlilrett*. 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