The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1946 · Page 3
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, JUNE 11,1046 ~^ . AttiONA tJPPEtt DES MOINEH, ALGONA IOWA -PAGE TttftEK. Thank YOU! I wish to fejqtfess my appreciation fof the generous support received in the recent primary election campaign. It is the aim of our office to give prompt, efficient and courteous service to the public. Art J. Cogley 'Democratic Candidate for Sheriff Authorized DeSoto - Plymouth Sales arid Service Let Us" Check Your Car For Summer SAFETY ( Brakes — Steering — Lights ^ ' Motor Tune-up MOTORS West of Court House Phone 391 llf- ••fids- yea ««» ft» l»b»i-*jr<m jsuovf iff 5 jwtfc&lr f !|t ^wlifcr wMtriil* y , in bvitatv* « 99(199 f w of , Rebekah Lodge Supper— The Rebelcahs •will have a potluck supper at the V. F. W. hull tonight. June 11, at 6:30. A lodge •meeting will toe held 1 at 8:00. Viol* Thilges Weds— Viola M. Thilges, daughter of iMr. and Mrs. Joseph Thilges'of Bode, -and Raymond J. krebs, son of Mr. end Mrs. Albert Krebs of Olney. Okla., were married Tuesday, June 4, at 8:00 o'clock In the morning in St. Joseph's church, St. Joe. The Rev. Francis lllg of Mallard performed the double, ring cererri6ny. The bride wore a white satin over not gown and a sweetheart neckline 'and train, full-length Sleeves, and a finger-tip veil. The •bride was attended by Mrs, (Mike Hofer, a sister, who wore a peach rayon satin gown with a peach head veil held in place with white carnations. Mike Hofer, cousin of the groom, was best man. A reception was held at the home of the bride for about 00 rel- •a lives and friends. The 'bride's table was decorated with a three- tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride 'and .groom. A wedding 'dance was held the same evening at the Floral hall in Al- yona. Viola attended the St. Joe' school. Mr. Krebs attended the school at Lindsay.. Texas. He has served 31 months in .the U. S. navy of which 24 were spent . In :the South 'Pacific. •Raymdnd received his discharge December 19. 1945; The couple left on 'a three weeks wedding trip to Texas and Arkansas. They will make their hpme/on a farm near Olriey, Oklahoma. Plum Creek 4-H Mcctinsr—r • ..-. •>.. The Plum Creek.Eli/te.,Clu>b held a special meeting June 6 at the home of Jane Keith for the purpose ' of planning an initiation ceremony for.Rally Day at Burt; To carry out the custom, the twelve girls attending covered.10 yards of rope with, clovers which they carried in -at the Rally Day •and formed a Jarge 4^-H clover. The 4-H club was represented by twelve members, at the Rally Day Friday. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod was initiated. • The club's nominee 'and club president. Jane Keith, was elected nresident/of all the? 4-H clubs in Kossuth county.- .. Honor French Bride-— Union: Sixty-eight, relatives and friends were entertained Sunday, June 9, at a shower honoring the French bride of Bernard Gisch at the Lawrence Gisch home in Union township. . , •. . Cards were played and others spent the afternoon • visiting and making the acquaintance of the newly arrived 'bride. At 5 p. m. a buffet supper. Was. served. • Attending wer.e.Mr. -and Mrs. Joe, Freh .and M^g^y^ejare;. M '" and Mrs. Joe Kramer ahd Magda* line of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Collins ahd daughter. Mrs. Heinle Zeimet and daughter, Wilfred Gisch, all of Livermore; Mis. Andrew Gisch and Kenneth of Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Neuroth. St.. Benedict; Mr. and Mrs. Clar, ence Kramer and sons, St. Joe; and Mr. and Mrs. Urban Kramer and Evelyn, Humboldt. iMr. 'and Mrs. Gerald Frankel and sons, Mrs. U. B, Frankel. Irv- ingtoh; Mr. and Mrs. K.' Kohlhaas, sbn Wilfred; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, Ann Frankel. Clara .Murtha, Mary Frankel. John Lentsch, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kramer and family; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Specht and son Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Joe 'L'ichter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch and family, all of Algona. DcBettlgnies-Buschcr— St. Mary's church in New Hampton was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday. June 5 at 9:30 in the morning when Elaine DeBettignies of that city became the toride of Raymond Buscher of Algona, The Reverend Father Hintgen, pastor of St. Mary's, performed the double ring ceremony. Leona Fisher friend of {he bride, from Mason City served as rriatr6n of .honor. Jeannette Buscher. sister of the bridegroom, and Ellen Sheridan of Lawler, friend'of the bride, acted as bridesmaids. •Robert Buscher. brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Armin Schultz, cousin of the bride, and Ervin Schuller. cousin ' of bridegroom, were.other attendants. Townsend Flash By Mrs, A. M. Anderson Sister Mary Joeetta played the wedding march and recessional. Th6 senior choir sang the high mass. Mary Jean Birgen sang a solo at the close of the mass. , James and Gilbert Buscher, •brothers of the bridegroom, served the mass. A wedding dinner for approximately 60 guests was served in the party a-oom of the Mainliner Cafe at 12:30 A .three-tier wedding cake decorated in the bride's colors and lopped with a miniature bride and groom was the centerpiece. The table waitresses were .Teanefle Kunz. Mary Jane Goetoel, Mary Jean Bingen, Margaret Johnson and Mrs, Grace King. •Wednesday evening the young couple left on a short wedding trip, After June 12, they will be at home at 412 First St. N. W., Mason City. The 'bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. DeBettignies of New Hampton. She is a graduate of New Hampton high school with the class of 1942, and was nreviously a stenographer for the Standard Oil Co. of Mason City. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher of Algona. He is a.graduate of the Gilmore City high school. In 1942 he enlisted in the seabees and served 3! months in the Pacific. He received his discharge in September. Mr. Buscher is stock manager in Kresge's in Mason City. Gar man n-Sherman Nuptials— Irene E. Garmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Garmann of Whittemore and Thomas H. Sherman, son of Mi. and Mrs. H. J. Sherman, Algona. were married this morning at eight o'clock at I the St. Ambrose I Cathedral in DCS •t,\ Moines. The Rev. ' Fr. Deere performed the single ring ceremony in the presence of 80 relatives and friends. The bride wore a light grey dress with white accessories. Her bridesmaid, Wanda Sherman, wore a dress of chartreuse with white accessories. Mr. Sherman was attended by Duwayne Garmann. A wedding dinner as served at the academy hall in Whittemore. The bride is <a graduate of the Algona high school and the Iowa Beauty College. For the past five years she has 'been employed as a beautician in Younkers Boauly Salon in Des Moines, Mr. Sherman served four years !n the military forces, two years cf which were in Europe. After a wedding trip of indefinite length to be spent at the lakes in Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Sher- man will at home in Mason City. Honor Corwith Man's Fiancee— ' As a courtesy complimentary to the fiancee of Leonard Enfield of Corwith, a group of friends of the honoree, Kathryn Kelly, of Buffalo, N .Y., gave a dinner Friday, June 7 at the Oasa Lorenzo in Buffalo. There were ten guests. Country Club Activities- Over eighty members of the country club attended the first two ball mixed foursome and dinnet held Sunday. For the nine hole low score prize there was a three- way-tie with a score of 54 with Elizabeth Lowe and Lloyd Robinson winning the high prize, Delia Welter and Jim Reid, second, and Genevieve Genrich and Bob Will- rams, third. Ella Mae Peters and Bob Harrington and Twylah Lorenz and Don Smith tied for second with Peters and Harrington taking high money. •Mrs. Jim Reid and Harley Peters •won a prize for their score on No. 5 and Betty Granzow and Howard Hoenk won a prize for high score on nine holes of golf. Twylah Lorenz and Fred Kent Sr. were also awarded prizes. The committee of which Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kurtz were chairmen was in charge. The high school students, whose parents belong to the country club, and their friends held a party at the club house (Monday night. A ladies party will be held Wednesday evening with a dinner at •seven o'clock. Reservations can toe made with Mrs. Boswell until this evening (Tuesday). Four Corners Club— The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday, June 13 at the home of Irene. Holdren. Assisting hostesses will be Rose Sabin and Violet 'Walker. This is a guest day. Each member is supposed to ibring a guest. Irene Bjustrom is chairman of the menu commitete and Herlinda KiTsch IS program chairman. Celebrate Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt of Union township entertained at 7 o'clock dinner last Friday, June 7. in honor of their 23rd wedding anniversary. Those attending Were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt. Louis Bode family, Rudolph Will and daughters, -Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkie, Louis Heerdt, John Leininger and Mr. and Mrs. John Baas, the latter of Whittemore. Pinochle was played and a late^ lunch served. The honorees were 1 presented with gifts and flowers. (Mrs. Heerdt's parents Mr. and Mrs. N. Bolin of Swea City, and a granddaughter Dorothy Bolin came for a weekend visit. ;' The central objective of every Townsend club and member is to enact the Townsend Plan bill into law. 'All other objectives are secondary; To do that we must now mobil- ize'our forces on all fronts. We must concentrate our forces at certain strategic points where one individual and joint effort will bring the best results. Two bills in congress, H. R. 2229, H. R. .2230 call for action by congress. But,'final congressional action depends upon how strongly we can build on the home front. Build now to force actions on Townsend Bills. There are no spe- I cl.al awards offered for the kind of every day service our club mem- •bers 'are doing. Each person who joins with others in this crusade will find deep satisfaction in work'-; ing together with his friend.''or, neighbor in the strongest popular movement of our time. The. final reward will be found at the 'end of the long campaign when thH v i c " tory -has been won and the Tovm- jendrBlaii&tiecomes a law—Adv. SUN CLOTHES for the young and gay! SUMMER has bcfirun for you ng Algonians! There's tennis, bicycling-, swimming, hiking:, weincr roasts and so on for the pigtail crowd . . . and sand-pile fun for little kids! Here arc the sun and fun clothes they need—easy to wash, little in cost! Come to Kresensky's 2nd Floor Children's Shops for your children's summer vvashablcs! Give Dad Wrist Watch! A~7-jewel watch of fine make, with mannish leather strap—for $25! Or at higher prices, 15 and ,17-jewel .wrist watches that are shockproof and waterproof!, Such watches have been difficult to get, as you know, and we are really proud to have these for Father's Day! Here's your chance to jrlve Dad an unusual gift—a gift he really wants—« fine wrist watch—f»r little more than the price 'of an ordinary gift! *mm WHMOW wiwte m:< Dlace It in hla hahdn -• .. i J^rTW 9V T*? MBITF fWfSTOHf" * t . , Shell Cordovan Leather FOLDS «»* Jgn/p Jhta leather with HWe/'^eU c«r4»V*n Is valuable tyttter. aoiefl f«r INFANTS BROADCL O T H SUN SUITS in cute little styles —and so low in price you can buy that young- 'un of yours a whole wardrobe of them. Practically all colors. $1.79 SHE'S WEARING her "pedal pushers' 1 ; , . the comfy slacks all the young crowd is wearing. We have girls slacks in twill or gabardine—brown, tan and blue. Sizes 7 to 14. $2.98 (and $3.98) LITTLE MISSES spend the summer in shorts! Spun rayons, chain- brays, twills in stripes and smart new plain colors. Nicely tailored and low in price. Sizes 7 to 14. $1.59 (to $3.25) LITTLE BOYS seersucker sun suits let him get plenty of good, healthy sun . , . and are easy for Mother to tub. Put him out in thejse all summer long. Sizes 2 to 8. 95c SWIM SUITS foi the pigtail gal are styled along the lines of her older bis- ter's , , , pne and two. t |» great $2,26 $5.00 W * j. SHORTS AND SHIRTS in such, variety you can select just a few and make so many different combinations! Navy Blue Shorts in sizes 7 tQ U 52,25 Basque Shirts in small, mod* lum and $1,00 LHTLE MEN of oue to four should h»ve plenty of these trial-fitting, comfortable broadcloth su» emits , , . they w»sft «» easily, admit plenty of sun, and are pra^r tieally a summer uniform for him! Sfeeg H» 4, $1.06

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