The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1946 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 18, 1946
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'rt TUESDAY, JUNE ID, 1946 SAVE DURING 'ift*ton« SUPER v A J i) t bits -Spectaculdr ' Savings,,; JFpr ^onre and,Car .ALGONA UPPER DfcS MOtNfiS, ALGONA IOWA. .PAGE FlVt Buy on Tlf^^tOn^ Easy-fo-Pay BUDGET TERMS Marjorie 3. Weber, Bride At Whittemore on Monday Just 1.49 Hat Handy "Hip" Roof Reg. 3.9B ' TO OIL 3.49 B a*fc Hoary steel, baked enamel finish. CRemovable tray. 21- inch length. Five Star Special! lllpOLD llliaMs,, *s^«$ :*.*b- ."•K'^f-f-'.'''- 1 '-*:- 9Sc i Two kinds . . . one an all-purpon type of fine quality broom corn; ths other, a sturdy fiber* broom grand for scrubbing, Itaagin* fin* brooma at thin low price I Limited quantity, come early. Watch for Other Five Star Specials! %C.Li-. '&£ SP .;% •£&'•: /riY :,-*< Glorious Colors I R»0. 4.28 SHAG RUG £^ "fci.1- <KT<I » d Think how their luxury -will beautify your bathroom. And think of the-money you aavet Bug, 20 by 33 inches. r\ i u HOUSE PAIN'' Shampoo and Bath Spray £M 57 C The it to convert your tnb bath into a shower. HOUSE PAINT |!". contains Titanium Dioxide, ; a quality ingredient which •gives it uniform, lasting and brilliant whiteness. Covert and Stall In On* Coat Tircsron« '«u*tH*;Wff | t MUTHOU Re>g. 4.4» Aluminum Paint *%', For use on wood, metal or brick, Oast be sprayed or . brnshed. Come In and $•• th« New He Luxe Champion 7A« Wrf ihtti Sfeyi $«ffr Wif»fr 1. yp TQ 5*% $TRPN9iRI 2, Uf TO *Q%' r MOM NO'N.SKIP . -AN.ei.iS! :'-v -; : ...:•-. 3. yp TQ ||% l^NfiR MitlASii 4, R>Y9N CGRB ATllfyiAR PRlCil Whittomorc: In a pretty wedding solemnized Monday morning at St. Mcihael's Catholic church June 17, at 8;30 o'tlock, when Miss Marjoric J. Weber, only -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon P. Weber, WhiU'emore, be- caitie the bride of Bernard D. Ferden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ferden, Rolfe. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. William Veil, in the presence of a large crowd of friends and relatives. The bride was very attractive in a white floor length dress of lace and eyelet. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a tiara, bnd carried a white colonial bouquet of mixed flowers. They were attended by Delores Ferden, sister of the groom. She wore a floor length flowered dress, with a pink bluster. She carried a pink colonial bouquet. Dennis Weber, brother of the bride, acted as best man. Both men wore dark suits. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents to 'the immediate families and relatives. The table decorations were carried out in 'he brides chosen colors pink and white. The bride attended Presentation Academy and graduated with the class of 1940, and has been employed in several offices in Al'gona, and recently she resigned from frorri the treasurer's ;ffice ^at the court house at Algona. The groom is a graduate with Hie class of 1938 in the Rolfe high school. He entered the service of his country in 1941, and received his -discharge in Novefn- bf- 1945. The young couple entertained theii- many friends to a wedding Hfinre Tuesday evening fit the Sportsman Ball Room in Whittemore. ;.''• " ' • t Dinner Guests punrinv dinner cuests .. at the Fred Strueckcr home was in ! ionor of Mr. Strucckor's and his Hsufhter Mrs. Martin Meyer and <-'aughter-in-law. Mrs. Walter Struecker's birthday, the former 'y.-o being on Sunday, 'While the '-tier's was on, Saturday. Preset were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strueckcr, Mr. . and Mrs. ^rwin Struec'ker and family, of here, Mr. and Mrs, Martin Meyer and family, Garner. The dinner "•as served by Mrs. Walter and Mrs. Fred Strucckcr and Mrs. Martin Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. V/il- lirm Meyer Sr., were ' afternoon callers. .- • ...-••'. Havo Pictures Taken The members of the Lutheran Men's club held their ..regular meetins in the auditnrkinLpf^ho school Tuesday :.eyening: 'Fflof, to the meeting'they all met 'a, mile north of town on highways 18 and 44, where a picture was taken by the Lutheran Hour Sign Board which was sponsored .and erected by the club. And after returning to the school the evening was spent nlaving cards, Fred Ftruerke'-. Walter Struccker, August Vfiudt Sr.,\.and August Vaudt Jr. were on the serving committee. Leave for Vacation . . . Prof, and Mrs. H.^ W. Behnke left Wednesday forenoon''on a month's vacation with relatives in Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana. They made their first stop at Atkins, la., where they visited with Prof. and .Mrs. H. W. Albrecht, a sister of Mrs, Behnke. They will spend most of their lime with their daughter and family, Mt. arid Mrs. Wilbur Haberkatap ih Roselle, 111.' Aid Election The members of the 1 Ladies Aid Society of St. Paul's Lutheran churdh held a regular meeting Thursday afternoon. After the regular business routine election of officers was held. Mrs. Louis Greinert, was elected president, Mrs. Wilbur Roeber, vice presi" dent, Mrs. Lorenz Gade, secretary, and Mrs;W. G. Brace, treasurer. Mrs.' Victor Dau, Mrs. Anna Dau, Mrs. L.oronz Gade, and Mrs. Edwin Greinert, Were on the serving committee, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach were Fort Dodge callers 'ast Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John DahlhaUser and family, Popria, ,111., are spending a week's vacation 'vith relatives here. Alvina Braatz, Wells, -Minn., is visiting relatives here and srlso was a hostess at her sister's •hotver Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. MiHon Esoe spent Wednesday evening with -Mr. and Mrs. George Frost, Bode, it beimr.a birthday anniversary of Mr. .Frost. . " "•' '• '.. Misses .Ruth and Phyllis,; Bell ire visiting for .n week At the '•p'-no of -their sister and., husband, Mr. and Mrs.- Everett Sig^ •«• at Paton, la. " . • Ei-win Siems loft for .Rochester, Minn., last Tuesday whero 'IG will jro through ' tjie clinic ••nd consult witH specialists in •• »rd to his health. Vnnrv'. Be>inkh arrived hrre Monday mornina to visit with his ••lothcr. Mrs. Alhort Behnke. He '^ crhplqpycd in Glen Kl.yrij 111., "H is cnjoyint; 'a vacation. ' Prof, and Mrs. Werner Siem? nd family, Fort Wayne, Ind.j are •^ndintr a month's vacation here rit.h the former's mothdr; Mrs. 'milie Sicms, and other relatives. ' . ........ .. ......... Mr. and Mrs. Edward Greinert and Mr., and Mrs. Vcrn Mathahs and daughters Donna Jean and Carrol Rose -visited with 'Mr, arid Mrs. Arthur Hcidenwith . Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie " Meyer ve.rc at Lu Verne- Thiifscl$y.;afr- tcrnoon as the former's' iath'er, Max Meyer, his been in poor health and- is., to leave for Iowa City in the near future. j.- ^ £ anri . -Jlfrf r-'fjB J ' v ' sBogsn, Algona; ' ., Mr. • andT* Mrs, , /Herman .Voigt, and Mr. and Mrs. 'Milton Espe helped Mr.- Lorenz Hanson celebrate .his birthday last TUes- day evening 1 at the Hanseri home. • Mrs. EJlnicr Bell and son; Gnyle DC an and mother, Mrs. .-^Bertha Carrol, .visited- with relaiiyjbs in M.'son ;City. Fi'H.r/ Mr|. Bell ivtnfne'd home the. same .evening while tier .-nolhyr stayed ''for an extended visit; 'Mr. • and Mrs. Henry Lauck, Mrs, Herman Bohnke,.' ^Ernest Meyor and Leona Kinitz, the lat- tpj-' from" ". EnVmctsbure, were Spencer 'shoppers, Wednesday. <Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber received a call from their son M^lvih last Tuesday evening that he had arrived at a port in New Jersey from the Eto where he Hits been the past year. 'A Kitchen shower was held Wednesday night in the auditorium of the Lutheran school in honor of Esther Bi-aalz, who be- Hiame the bride of Carl Struecker Saturday night. The evening was £<pent playing games and the bride received useful articles; Useful in any kitchen. Mr. and Mirs. Herman Voigt received-a call Friday night from their son Harold that he arrived at Seattle, Wash., June 13, from Tokyo, on S. S.| Goucher, Victory. He left Seattle for Fort Leavenworth, Kans., Saturday, where he will receive his discharge. Harold has been in the South Pacific for the past two years. > Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and daughter Shari Ann and son Gary Allen, Mankato, arrived here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker, Thursday evening. The latter drove to Mart- kato, Thursday morning, to bring, his brother and family here as' Lloyd has just recently been re-' leased from the hospital and will hot be able to resume his duties at the Montgomery store in Man- Kalo for a month. LEDYARD . .Mr. and Mrs.-Harry.Schroedar and family were Algona callers Tuesday. , ..'Mrs. Alfred- Lloyd ' and Mrs! Kenneth.. Busch entertained 14 ladies •'Thursday afterhpon at 'a Stanley Products Tea at the Ken-, helh Busch ; homc.. . . Harold Warner returned from California last week Friday. Hatold had.feecn working for an uirtcle out there since his discharge, from the- army. He plans ''o remain here now. • : Mrs] Wm. Fbnerha and Sandra 'off Wednesday for Waterloo to Visit relatives. Mr. Fenema- and Dopald went down on Saturday evening and they attended a family reunion Sunday. Mesdamos W. E. WJemc" ' W. >. Wiemer, Ed ' 'Knoner, Ticc Brack, Wilson Brack, D. B. Mayer and HazeJ Jehks attended an Eastern Star Chapter meeting at Swea City last Tuesday evening.. Mr. -and Mrs. .Lorenz.-Nitz and. Iw'Htf-''' Barbara went to Wisconsin Frida'y'to visit at the "Bart" Dorsey home. Betty Jcan- Dorscy. who .has been visiting . here the.past two months, re- .t" - "ed hitne with them. . '. - On ' Friday afternoon Mrs. 'Harry Schroeder entertained ten little girls. and bbyg honoring; Tiisr daughter. Karen's ek'nv-i | htrthday., Karen received many gifts and lunch was served by it.hostess, 1 Mrs. Au- v-'Wu' 11 "' •••''' ' A . ' Friday for Rochelle, 111., where he is to be timekeeper for the Del Monte Canning company. Mr. Brauwer has accepted the suporintendeticy at Cylinder and the family will move there around August 1. Mrs. Brauwer and Judy plan to remain here during Mr. Brauwer's absence. The Methodist Women's .Society of Christian Service met at the church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. D. B. Mayer as hostess and Mrs. Wilson Brack and Mrs. Tice Brack assisting. Mrs. Edward Looft was program chairman and she led devotions. The lesson on Evangelism was presented by Mrs. Glenn Burrows, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, and Mrs. E. T. Halvorson. The next meeting will 'be June 27 with Mrs. L. W. Wiemer as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Griffith and son Hal of Nicklasville, Ky., spent several days visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers returned home with them for a visit. Mrs. Joe Schultz came home Sunday from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, where she had been a medical patient for several days. Dr. Everett Schultz of Pella brought his mother home from tihe hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of Ledyard, accompanied by Mrs. H. E. Peitzke and Mrs. Peter Thmopson, spent Sunday afternoon in Fort Dodge visiting little Biliy Guile, who is a patient in the Mercy hospital there. Mrs. H. T. Blumer and her daughter Mrs. George Schnetzer attended a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Ernest Kraft ih Eagle Grove honoring Ruth Kraft, who became the b"'dp of Allen Van Vran of Des Moines on April 13. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thompson of Eaple Grove and their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. William Guile of Santa Monica, Calif., were visitors Thursday at the home of Mrs. H. E. Peitzke and also at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. ' Erna Eustace, daughter of Mrs. Elnora Eustace, and Janet Schneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider, are in Hereford, Tex., visiting at the home of Janet's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Wedel and with other relatives. On their home they will slop in Slalel*' and visit relatives. : ;Mr. and : Mrs. Harold Herzog, Rev. and Mrs. Edward Cass, Mrs. Edward Halvorson and Mrs. OWnn Yahnko and Fred Dutton went to Clear Lake last Tuesday evening, to : attend a Missionary Alliance : convention and to hear ff.'G. ,LeFoumeau spuak. • Mr. and Mrs. W. E. , Wiemer took their son Craig to Minhe- nbolis Fridav to Abbott hospital. Cvaitt' had the measles .recently and hasn't ..been w,ell; since. He suffers 'also- 1 from ''asthma and hay f ever'and they werit'; to consult a child specialist.'for''him; r ,; S\ipi. ' Richard • Brauwer • left Schedule lot Issuing Renewal Applications for Operators' Licenses ' Applications for renewal of operators', or drivers' licenses will be issued acording to the following schedule. For the benefit oi those applicants who live in the different communities, a representative of the sheriff's office will be in each town for one or two days from 9 a, m. to 5 p. m. All operators' licenses expire on'July 5,1946, excepting license of service men and women, which expire six months from the date of their honorable discharge. However, the service men and women who arc now discharged, should renew their licenss during this renewal period, It is necessary that every applicant sign the application., so each should appear in person. ^ The fee is 50c, and the new licenses expire on July 5,1948. Applications will be issued in the available town at places designated, and every day from the 12th of June to 5th of July at {h« sheriff's office, i • ' . Town Place Date Swea City-City Ha||......... June 1748 ; tedyard—-City Hall.... June 19 Lakota—CityHslU June 20 Bancroft—rj-,egion H«il. ....Jun« ?1»?8 '", . Fenton— ..., , June 24 f ?^ne BQcjk--T||ia(nk....: ..:.,...:.............. June 25 Burt—Bank •,.,..,:..„.•..... June 26 June 37.28 June 39 Wesley—Bank .....July ,_ ...July Art I. Cogley . HA IL INSURANCE ON GROWING CROPS ~ -.v--,--t-— -,-*«** •*•«*•-«.!*• cttcr Rates Better .Service See-^L. S. BOHANNON Over S. & L. Co. Phone 103 Young Men ! Here's Your Chance to Learn a Profitable Trade — Without Cost to You Through Cooperation of the Iowa Retail Lumbermen's Association and the Structural Clay Products c, Algona Will Have Masonry School EVERY TUESDAY Beginning July 2nd ENROLL NOW! Contact Any Algona Lumber Yard for Full Details —All You Have to Do is Sign Up for the Class. Here's the reason for this school: There's a definite shoria?:e of skilled bricklayers in this area, and most of them are past 60. Wli'Je they are doing: a fine .fob, tliry simnly cannot meet the labor demand which the pent-up building potential will place on the masonry <rR''~. ,tfore's a chance for a man to learn this wcll- navi"«r (ra^"—and thpre's no "catch" to it. No tuition f«"«. thc-In-'i'utc will furni=h your textbooks and com- nl* 1 . 4 "- instruct'on by e.xner'ts. Go to your lumber yard In Alffona now—get full details—and plan to sign up.. HERE ARE SOUtE OF THE THINGS YOU WILL LEARN: f) Use and Care of MtTson Tools. (^ Use of Masonry Building Materials 9 Blue Print Reading. , 0 Estimating and Masonery is ^ Good Trade! It Paye Good Money! Skilled MerJAre Needed! Contact Any AlgoMa Luiiiber Yard for Full Details CHEVROLET DEALER CAR-SERVICE IS Y5>U R B E S T C A R - S A V E R I' «f * I flffi W| I |-; r 4 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Mafct your vocaHon trip— and all Wpi—ioWy' FOC LONCEI CAR UK ANP SAFIR DUVINO-WI RECOMMfNP THUI IHVICI PPWATIPNS , , , Chfck |l«*r)ng and whttl aliynminl —keep it serving safely and dependably until you get delivery of your new Chevrolet Today, mpre than ever before, it's important to keep yovr ciar "afSfvt'VtQ keep it servini yew safely and dependably-TMn'M ypu ?en ?ef delivery «f a new^tiiyrple^Anttho bf it way lo do that U to comMa v» fpr ilfi'/ett re//oW», ear-taving ierv/e« n«w and fit regular it|tfrvflii« Owr expert rne«^f\i|f m^VfirkJng. with rtiodsrn tooU, genuine paM<\ quality : p|jfri«l^wf an. add menthi sn^nlMMi f« tfit l^^f Remember— we're m^mb^ri gf Xrneri?a'f eome in, W TJF ^Hl^ ^Kr ^fHp ^H^"' • w. W ' II. Jtoth

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