The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1946 · Page 9
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Phone BOTTLED GAS Experience—No Red Tap Dependable Delivery-—Just Phone lustrom's Furniture Co. ALGONA 4 Plus Gilbert Roland in "GAY CAVALIER Thursday, Friday ; and Saturday, June?13-14-15 3AD1N'FOR A SHOWDOWN In Cherokee, Where The 'Law Is Written In Bullets! The Cowboy King SA A ^ «**t*tx \\$* of Melody At His Fighiin,' Singin' BEST! LEE "LASSES" WHITE THAU r «ONOOMM FICTURI Plus Leon Errol in "RlVERBOAT RHYTHM" Added, Serial, "Jungle Raiders" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, June 16-17-18-19 NECK.TO-NE fINISH! French Honored At Uhion Township Urtion: A very pleasaftt s" er Was tendered Mrs. lri»he Klein Gisch at the parental Lawrence Gisch home Thursday afterncioiH by a group of nei^hboi 1 ladies. Six .tab.les '6f ','500' wer^ in play. High < sfiore was, ivoii by Mame Winkelj chair pflze v bV c Mrs,- W. : . D6ddS, and lo\y, by .WtfiSr; Walter Tuesday and Wednesday, June 11-12 — • — — "->•«( »%..** iWF 17 , 'HTJ *"** W* * »~ «**V* Lichtcr. A delicious lunch "•< was lerved. • "'.. ; ..•' "• : V .•-.:......-,' Mrs. Gisch was triei a couple of weeks ago by.her husband Bernard at Chlcagb, being s.traHded .here from hef pverseas joUrhe'y >y the strike,: She is French and s readily getting . acquainted with her new surroundings.'••She s overwhelmed toy , the ' plehti- ness of everything'over here, and was deeply grateful for the rnahy jcautiful presents she received. She was presented'With' 1 a. cb'rs- age. The hous'e Was • tastily' ; deer orated With cut flowers arid peonies and a special 'bputfUet'Was given to the bride by a neighbor "dy- ; •.',•...'', ..;,::. Union is. happy to Wejcpmc his young lady to the commun* ty and with .her pleasing per- onalily and talents Will, be a great asset. We • w'ish-her 1 kick In 'ier new home she has chosen, 7 Calendar Committee • The Calendar committee for the Union Mothers & Daughters club meets Wednesday,(June 12) with Bertha Safdhet, 'chairman. Others . attending, were Ethel Smith and Dorothy McKim, also Julia Taylor and Marguerite Gardnqr, this year-secretary and president, arid the new president,. Mrs. Frances-Dodd's, . ; Home on Furlough ,'.' : ' Molvin L. Arcnd, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs.- Peter Arend, came home last •: weetk - on' his first furlough 'since 'entering.'ithe service March. 13. He-departed Sunday evening for Memphis, Tenn., where . in ; company with ten other army .men he-will entrain 'for Fayettcyillc, 'No. Carolina, for a ten: -weeks -course ' iii the medical .corps.'•;: ; : .•/.:{,,•' The Arends had two-other-sons in service, but who- are •. now- home, and discharged. Richard nrrivcd home the. fourth of; last November. ; He -was .a water tender petty officer 1st class. He served in the Pacific, area six months, then to the , European zone two years later, going back to the Pacific area, where he assisted in the capture of Okinawa and Japan, ffe is assisting Ed Johnson with carpenter work in Algona. " ;''.;, ; ;," .'-•'. Duane, who .was a corporal in General Pattpn':s 3rd army-in the European invasion, was- discharged last December .14 '.and' is 'assisting his father. With the farm work He was m the anti-air- ciaft division. ' , *i 't S </<! MOINES, ALGONA 10WA Wallace P. Hawcott, Wantalee Runchey, Burt, Married May 27 $unt;. Announcements are out of'tho.marriage of Wallace 'P. Hawcott; son of Mr. and Mrs! G. P. • Ha-wcbtt, ' and Wantalee Ruhcheyj daughter of Mrs. Row ena Ruhchey, Algona. The mar- Wage t&6k place in the Methodist church at Fairmont, Minn., on May 27. t The bHde graduated from the Algona high school a few days before her marriage. The bridegroom graduated 'rofri the Burt high school in 1940. He received his discharge January 22, 1946, from the army, n which he served three years, !8 months of which was spent in •he European theatre of opera- .ions. He was wounded twice. The young couple are making heir home with the bridegroom's parents for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Miller lave.rented rooms at Mrs. J. H. "rraham's. The Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon <vith Mrs. E. C; Schwietert. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace P. Hawcott spent the weekend at Brook's Beach, Lake' Okobdji. VMr..and Mrs. Nels • J. Nelsoij left Friday for Purdue, Minn., where they visited Mrs. Nelson's mother. The Legion • Auxiliary sewing meeting will,.be held at. Mrs. Helen Holmgren's Wednesday afternoon, June 12. -•The Lutheran,Aid society met Thursday afternoon with 11 Mrs. Albert Baas "and Mrs; Rudolph Willrbt as hostesses. ' ; ''. • . x Ruth Hasse returned 5 ; to Iowa City Tuesday .after a tWo weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Emil, Haase. •'"-'•-•• The Sewing Circle'met 'Friday afternoon with Mrs. M; E;' Polhemus. The birthday of Mrs. J. P.- Stow was celebrated. Miss Emily Watson returned Wednesday after nearly a two weeks' visit, with relatives at Radcliffc and Fort Dodge. Ronald • Elvidge, Waterloo, came . Thursday : and ' on Friday took his Wife and sons, who had spent a week here,' home with him. .... ..Betty Bee Christensen returned to DCS Moiries a 'week ago Sunday after a weekend visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Christensen. ... Cablegram From Son Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenknison received a cablegram that their son Pvt'; Frank Jenkinson, who has been serving overseas near Heidelburg,. Germany, was to Sail June 5 'for home. Nothing definite .as to ..how he. was coming has been received. His;, last \lsit home was a year agdi this last January. ',> |ptt Jerry Alvoy, who had been in the hospital nearly seven weeks recovering from injuries received in an auto accident was brought home Friday. The Lutheran Walther League had a party in the church basement Wednesday evening, at which members of the confirmation class were guests, also returned veterans who were former members of the League. Helen Bestenlehner, Washington, D. C., visited from Wednesday to Thursday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Gordon Sigsbec. Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee and Mrs. Robert Leason also spent Thursday afternoon at the Howard Sigsbee home. Good progress is toeing made on the Ralph Bristow residence. Mr. Bristow moved into a small tenant house a few weeks ago and is having a couple of rooms built on the back of it. John and Fern'Sewick and Paul Olson are doing the work. More than 40 children attended the Methodist daily vacation Bible school, which was held at the schoolhousc the past week. The Rev. A. G. Heddle, Shirley Lockwood, Kathleen Groen, Joyce Geilenfeld and Margaret Officer taught the classes. The Burt 4-H club had a picnic dinner last Wednesday at the home of the club leader, L. H.. Schenck. County Agent Brown was present. After dinner a tour was made of .the homes of the club members to examine the projects of the members. Axel Anderson, Dike, has 'been hired as athletic coach for next year. Mr. Anderson was coach here a couple of years several years ago, but has been farming since 1941. He will take a refresher course this summer. W. B. Officer and daughter Margaret returned the first of last week from Diagonal, where they had spent a few days with relatives. Mrs. Officer and Mary remained for a longer vidit. Mr. Officer's father, I. B. Officer of Fort Dodge, came home with him for a few days visit. Burt friends have received invitations io the wedding of Mar- H. W. POST DRAY AND TRANSFER STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage... .Equipped to do all kinds bf .draying and hauling. few PUN** it « Mfmwed to #ve plenty of i»C condition! * PHIUJP5 RESEARCH ENGINEERS FOON9 THE TO GREATER (5A50UNE For yean Philjip* MM«rch Kieotitts have worked to ' consumption. 4r*w on, »fl4 with new * smooth, M i||«t if W jfat yw even, ewnomi- fxtfoa*ti!*c* : *b-miaii«:i9»i fa tiw w*»tber fet*,, «4 ««;<« miwtK t*4«jvJts^.wp w yow Harms Oil Company, Dist. -?t i " * ' ' ^ l 'D ! f • JPAOE caret Richmann, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann, now of Ormsby, Minn., and Wayne Flohrs, The wedding will be Sunday afternoon, June 23, at the Ormsby Lutheran church. The Richmanns formerly lived in Burt and Margaret is a graduate of the Burt high school. A shower was 'given at the Methodist church parlors,Thursday afternoon for Donna Jean Dutton, who is to .become the bride of Raymond Nelson in a ceremony at the Methodist church on June 16 at 7 p. m. A large crowd attended the shower. She is to be given anothnr shower on Tuesday afternoon, June 11. This also will be at the Methodist rhurch. Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom, Mrs. Harold Steward and daughter June went to Eldora Wednesday, where Mr. Ollom received medical treatment. They also went to Des Moines, where the Olloms visited their son Roy at the Veterans hospital. They found him doing well. They all spent the night at the home of New C. D. of A. Officers at Wesley Installed June 5th Wesley: C. D. of A. installation of officers was conducted in the lodge here Wednesday evening. New officers are Emma Kunz, grand regent; Viola Loe- bi'g, vice regent; GenevieVfe Gpetz, prophetess; Anast>B"fp' Richtsmeier, lecturer; Pauline Pf offer, historian; Viola Stufler, financial secretary; Clothilda Hutchison, treasurer; Cecelia Hauptman, monitor; Maud Studer, sentinel; Clara J. Haverly, organist; Mrs. Froelich, Rose Laux and Emma Studer, executive board. Following the installation 500 and bridge were played with. Mrs. -L. Koppen and Mrs. N. J. Weber winning high score prizes in 500 and Mrs. J. L. Haverly the Olloms' daughter, Mrs. Max Smith at Eldora and returned home Thursday. and Mrs. Matt Becker In bfidge* Mrs. Leo BJleieh, Mrs. Fraftcis> Hauptman, Mrs. Henrjr Haverljf and Mrs. Lou Hauptman were o% ?the. entertainment committee, '" Members ate iiivited to attend 1 a reception of new'members and' a banquet at Garner Sunday af-i' ternoon, June 15. All who plan] to attend the banquet should no* ! tify Mrs. J. M. Kunz, grand re*, gent. Four From County Are S. U. I. Graduate* Four of the 572 graduates from! the State University, of Iowa, Saturday, were from Kossuth* county, three from Aglona and one from Bancroft. Algona graduates were William Henry Godden, Glen Emil Nielsen, and can. Nielsen Ross, Algona, and Mary Maxine Kennedy, Bancroft. kfRRHFims Department Stores OUR JUNE-TIME CURTAIN EVENT to Dress .Your Windows! Hundreds of Fresh, NEW CURTAINS Graham's Has Sheer, Cool- I looking Panel Curtains • Graham's Has Big Billowy I Priscilla Curtains There's Everything Here to Make Your Windows Cool and Beautiful- Looking for Summer Days! It doesn't; matter what kind of windows you have; or how many . . . in. this Graham curtain selection now you can find a material, a style and a color to suit! Fluffy coin and flock dot Priscillas, that look so nice at bedroom;windows ... gay colored Cottage Sets, for/your-kitchen windows . . . lovely lace net panels and glass curtain panels for your H vine and dining rooms . . . novelty weaves that 'will almost change the whole appearance of a room! And'colors! . . . rvcrythlric'frpm snowy-white through ecru, beige, blue to swarms of fruit and flower patterns! GRAHAM'S bring you curtains now—at almost any price you want to pay! READY-MADE DRAPERIES Vnlined for Summer Pinch-Pleated Pair S7.49 to DRAPERY MATERIAL 70 'Select Your Own and f « Have Your Drapes to Made Up. 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