The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1946 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 25, 1946
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, Whittemore Shower Whittemore: 'A miscellaneous shower was held at the auditor* ijum of the Lutheran school Sun» tiay afternoon in 'honor of Leona Kiriftit*, Osgood, \vho will be>come the bride of Ernest Meyer, Wednesday afternoon at St. John's Lutheran church at 2 1 o'clock. There were about 75 ladies . present. Hostesses were ijMesdamos Hugo Meyer, Albert Meyer, William Meyer Jr., Leon- k Jifd Meyer, Henry Lauck, Martin -"» Meyer, Herman Behhke, and Edwin Lieb. DANCE Legion Ballroom. BANCROFT Friday, June 28 LYNN KERNS Tuesday, July 2 EARL HUNT Friday, July 5 LEO PIEPEli Music "Styled with a Smile" .ALGONA ANNOUNCING! TAXI and SERVICE STATION NOW OPEN Formerly K & H Station at Dodge & Nebraska—• Across from Legion Hall Hi Cities Service Gas and Oils •n , ?; Clarence Hunt &.'; Operator * f i^ t ?Phohe897 For TAXI SERVICE Glartnct ErMldlng W»di— Claferica fielding, sort • of Peter Efpeldirif of St. Joe, and a graduate of St. Cecelias Academy in Algona, took a bride, June 11, at Muenster, Tex., friends and relatives in this area were informed last Week, The bride is the former dath-. erine Swirezynski. The double ring ceremony Was performed in Sacred Heaft church, Muenster, Tex. Thre6 nephews and two cousins of the Couple served as acolytes, including Bobbie Fuhrmann. Attending the bride were Coralee and Rosalee Fuhrmann, cousins of the 'bridegroom. A dinner was Served at the home of the bride's parents for Immediate members of the family at noon, and in the evening an Informal reception and buffet supper was held. The bride and groom thert left on 'a wedding trip for about two weeks, during which time they planned on making a short visit at St. Joe, also. The bride is a graduate of Sacred Heart high, class of 1939, and for the past several years has been employed as a telephone operator. The groom is engaged in farming. Guests at the wedding from this area included the following: Peter Erpelding, Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frideres, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs, Nicholas Waganer, LuVerne, as well as Mr. and Mrs. Adolh Fuhrmann and family and Miss Marcella Thill of Gainesville, Texas. Honor Freda WVssenberg Mrs. W.' £. Lorenz and Mrs. H. M. Smith entertained eight women at dinner .Wednesday evening at the Lorenz Some in honor of Miss Freda Wassenberg, who was visiting here last week with her sister,'Mrs. L. E. Linnan. Miss Wassenberg left Saturday for Chicago and has reservations to fly back to Europe the middle of next month to continue her work with UNRRA. Mr. and Mrs. Linnan entertained a small group in her honor at dinner at the country club Friday evening. Gardner Family Reunion— Union:" A Gardner family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Patterson, in. Algona. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Russel Walke/ ?nd two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner and Mr. and Mrs., Delos Gardner and son Curtiss. '.:'.. '••.'" Others present were Mrs. G'en- evieve Perry, and son of Salt Lake City, U,tah, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs and two sons Of- Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gardner and three children of Sargent, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey,, Mr.'and Mrs. IJugh' Raney, 'Mr. and Mrs Lyle waney ' and son "and iMr; v and Mrs., Thlsscn -•'(Pictured above is Mrs; Edwarc THisseh, the former Lillian Jphnson of .Wesley. The couple was married June 18 at Wesley. MRS. HANS BA AGO if EW PRESIDENT OF fENTONADXILIARY viFenton: The Legion Auxiliary riot at the home of Mrs. Jack Tie- nian Friday. Seventeen members ahd one visitor were present anc the following officers were electee f6& the.coming year: '.President, Mrs. Hans Baago vice president, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Ray Kyhl; recording secretary, Mrs. Lyle Newel; treasurer, Mrs. John Waite; historian, Mrs. Martin Ohm; .chaplain, Mrs. Geroge Jorgenson;, ' Mrs Merwin Hale. . •The Tcuhidri -. is /held every year, but h'p officers are elected. A •potluck dinner and social afternoon is the usual custom. Church Circle Meets— ' ' Circle 4 met Wednesday at the home, of Mrs. Will and Don Wois- .broci., The lesspn was gi.ven by •**•*-•'• Dr. Ruske'Vn'd devoOons'.&y Dorcas Society The p.ofcas Society of the Mllhe Qulcktrf CJeanart B«tt«rl Surge is adjustable to nay cow •—only 4 inches of rubber in*' stead of 4 feet— pail made of sanitary, easily cleaned, ru stand -corrosion proof Staialesi Steel— the everlasting meul, Cpme In/ > What You're Buyin. First Lutheran church will meet Thursday at 2:30 in the church parlors. Hostesses are Mrs. Oli- vpr Bakken, Mrs. Peter Halsrud and Mrs.. Harry Spongberg. Townsend Benefit . Members and friends of Algona Townsend club,No. 1 held a benefit ."500" . card party at Townsend,Hall, 108 So. Hall St., on Thursday .evening June 20 with "Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolfe and Kenneth Dbbley * serving. High score prize went to Mrs. Lou McMurray, low to 'H. E. Miner, chair prize to W. R, Carney and door prize to Henry Stehle. The next card party will be held Thursday evening, June 27. The public is invited. Supper lor Old Neighbors— A cafeteria supper was held at the Herman Veerkamp home Sunday, June 16, in honor of old neighbors of Qttosen. The evening was spent in visiting and playing cards with a lunch being served later 'in the evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy TeJford and,Dean and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Martin' Meyer and Edgar. Eldpn, Paul and Henry,' Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle and Bernard, ' Mr. and Mrs. George Bruellman and Harley, Donald, Eugene, Elaine, and Melvin, Miss Agnes Wagner and Mike Wagner, all of• Qttosen. Others attending were Wanda Steele and Mr, and Mrs. Joe Thilges and Leo-of. Bode, Mr. and Mrs, Aloysius Thilges and Robert of Al- —, Mr,, and Mrs. Henry Bell of M»ywood, Chicago, HI,, have an- nounped the engagement of their daughter, Lorain, to Lowell W, Smith, ?or» of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith of, Miss 'Bell is a graduate of the State University of Iowa, Iowa. CHy, Mr, Smith attended Iowa. StSte ceHegs, Ames, prior tq hig entry to th« army air forces.' He over f9 u r years before &&hapge recently, Mrs. Don Weisbrod. Guests were Mrs. • Axel ' Peterson, Florence Weisbrod and Edith Laage. Has Appendix Out— Wilfred Brown, Armstrong, grandson of Mrs. Anna Osborn, had an appendectomy at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Wednesday. Will/red is a junior in Armstrong high school. Finishes Beauty Course— Mrs. Pauline Goetsch has completed her beauty course at the Rockford, 111., 'beauty school. Her •final exam from .the school .lasted from 9,a..rri. to 3:30 -p. m. and filled 12 notebooks. She still has the state board exam to 'take soon in Chicago. At Soap Box Derby- Mrs, Fred Mortensen and family went to Algona Thursday to attend 'the soap box derby. Victor-Schutt, Mrs. They took Mortansen's cousin,-to meet the Fort Dodge bus, whore he will visi-t his sister Mrs. Weldon McFarland. Victor has recently been discharged from the service and has -been visiting friends and relatives at Fenton. Ronald Mortenson spent a. week with his mint M«'s, Clifford Haase, Algona,'and, returned with his mother Thursday. Circle 5 Meets— Circle 5 of the WSCS met Thursday at. he home of Mrs. Roy Chris- chilles, Mrs. John Tieman assistant 'hostess. Mrs, Elmer Weisbrod gave the lesson and Mrs, Ed Reimers led D£S MOiNES, ALGONA IOWA. •the devotions. The ne*t meeting will tie a "picnic in the park, Vistiln* In Minneapolis— Brenda Finnestad, daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. Amos Fihnestad, i? spending two weeks at the home of her aunt Mrs, trum, Minneapolis. Blanche Sjos- Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gremmels, Graettinger, spent last week and Friday of the following weeK with their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gremmels. J. A. G. Smith spent the week in Kansas. He visited hisiuricle C. E. Knight, who is 84 years old, in Agenda, Kansas. He also visit'* ed two brothers. Jack Smith, Atchison, and Art Smith, Sabetha. Back from Vacations— Mr. and Msr. Charles Newel, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause returned Thursday from a week's vacation in northern Minnesota. Plan Canadian Trlfo— 'Mr. and (Mrs. Wm. Wcisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod have received invitations to attend the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Dau, Three Hills, Alberta, Canada, on July 15. Mrs. Dau is a sister of Mrs. Wm Weisbrod. The Wm. Weisbrods and Florence .plan to attend the event. The Daus lived on a farm north of Algona several years ago. Tht Walter Widdels returned Tuesday from a trip to northern Minnesota. The V. F. W. is sponsoring a dance at the Fenton gym Wednesday, June 26. The Kenneth Halversons, Sunday at the home of A. sons, Seneca. •-..-, . Mrs. Ed Priebe and Mrs. Mervin Priebe and Janice were-ir-Algona shoppers Wednesday. '' Gerald Cody and Bob Huskiimp returned Saturday from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota.'; •-.* i Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of L. J. Reid, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kyhl, Mrs. Robert Kyhl", visited Monday at the home of August Kyhl,' Ringsted. The Home Builders class had a picnic in the Fenton park Sunday. Mrs. Frank Behne is presidenf'of he class. Pamela Weisbrod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, had -tonsillectomy performed at Burt, on Monday. Ernest Priebe has been staying vlth the Ed Priebes while Car) riebes are in northern Minnesota and Canada. Hazel Weisbrod and her friend Ruth Halverson, came Friday for he weekend with Hazel's' mother Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod.' •••- .' (Patrick Lee King, Emmetsburg, [randson of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert iolldorf, is / spending' a few, days n Fenton a't the their home. • Mrs. Virginia Eigler has moved n her home in Fenton. She will .each "third and fourth grades in L,one Rock for the coming year..<^ Rose Mary Finnestad, daughter of Mr. and (Mrs. Amos Finnestad, lad .the mumps last week. She'is stenographer in (Minneapolis. •. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfgrami Fairmont, 'came Sunday for- severr al days at the home of their daugh- er Mrs. George Jentz and family. Virjean Cornelius spent Thursday in Mason City at the band:fes7 ival. She played tuba with thfc Rock band,'directed by'lone ..ease. ' . Ivan, Weisbrod, son of Lester Veisbrods, had the misfortune to pet the mumps on his birthday une 19. He had planned to have i birthday party. Pfc. Gerald Jentz, son of Mr. and ilrs. George Jentz came Tuesday rom California for a : ifur- ough. He will be transferred to Ft. Snelling, Minn. Miss Erna Baars, Burt music in- tructor, is directing the Fenton gh school band for the s'ummer pncerts. The concerts will be held n Saturday nights. . ? Pfc. Dale Weisbrod has written hat he was to leave for the States ometime between last Sunday o Tuesday. He has been Frankfurt, Germany, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tr, wo children, Waterloo, visited at he Lester Weisbrod home from Monday to Thursday. Mrs. Tracy is a sister of Mrs. Weisbrod. Mrs. Marie Dreyer and children Margaret, Karen and Alex, left Sunday for California after sever, al days at the home of her parents Mr. arid Mrs. E. C, Fauerby. Pfc, Derwood Voigt, son of Mr. J>ACtf3 THftKfl ,ahd Mrs. Arthur Voigt, has been fltoved from -Ft. Shelling, Minne- •aoplls, to Ft, Knox, Ky. P&. Bob. •l$e Mitchell is also at Ft. KftoX. (Friday guests at the Lindsey hdme were Mrs, Eddie Lindsey's mother Mrs. Mabel Smith, Mrs. Gfant Gahgstee, Ellen, Ruth and Sheryl Gan?stee, all Minn. of Elmote, Let Us Do Your WELDING We Have One of the Largest Portable Electric Welders in This Section—We Can Handle Your Job', _NORMAN Machine & Farm Equipment REPAIR SHOP. G, R. dJfcp .Oxy and Acetylene Welding Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte Visited from Wednesday to Friday in Gaylord, Minn., at the home of Mf. and Mrs. Wm. Schulte %nd Mrs. George Fonmhals, parents of the Schultes. •Jttrs. Bert Peck, Long Beach, Calif., who is Visiting her son John Munch, .and other friends and relatives, went t& Burt Wednesday to stfend a few. days at the W. W. Bofettcher home. (Mrs. Jake Schwartz returned Sunday after spending a few d.l.vs in /mes wi'/vlcr • «'.n sr.d Mr. and Mrs. Jirn Schwartz, and new grandson, James -Michael. Wm. Miller, Carmen and Cordelia, and Vordell Boettcher were in Algona Thursday. Carmen takes Voice lesson from Mrs. Bcughley, vocal music instructor at the Al- high school. Mrs. Harry Tunge and baby son David Alan, and Mrs. Lillian Peterson of Sioux Falls, S. D., are visiting several days at the John Fin. n«(;tad home. Mrs. Tunge is a daughter of the Finnestads. Circle 1 met Wednesday night at the church. Hostesses were Mrs. Art Voigt and .Mrs. S. E. Straley. The lesson was given by Mrs. Frank Behne and devotions by Mrs. C. F. Kern*r. Mrs. Preul was a guest. ,,,. ;. - • .Anna Rne .iWeisbrod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod, and Mary Bicrstodt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil .Bierstedt left Friday for.ithe 4.-H summer camp at Clear Lake. They will return on Sunday..]., ,n ,-• <Mrs. .Ray iPriebe, bonnie; Jacqueline, and Barbara; left Friday fon Decorahi,to visit Mrs. Priebe's parents Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larsen. Donnie (Will remain; H for a mpnth and the. 'others • returned Tuesday. . . .' '•<'. Georgia Gehart resigned as clerk at 'Priobe's grocery Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Frink, Emmetsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland, Cylinder, were Sunday visitors at the- -'home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kyhl..,. ' The Kenneth Halversons took their daughter Barbara to Dr. -Martin, (Fort Dodge, Tuesday, where she had a tonsellectomy. The Ger. har.t Hantelmaris took their daughter Eunice there the same day also ior a 'tonsilleetomy. ••••••.. Mrs. E.. C.' Weisbrod entertained a few friends at her home Tuesday afternoon The guests were'Mrs. O. J. Ranney, Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs.' Emma Reijners, Mrs. John-Munch and Mrs, Bert Peck! the latter of Long Beach, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behne, Janet and Layton, left Thursday for a week's vacation to northern Minnesota visiting fritnds and fishin*. Laylon is spending the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 'Palmer. Rocktord, la., but oame home for the trip to Minnesota. Circle 3 of the WSCS met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod, Mrs. Maxine Os* born, assisting hostess. Mrs. Carrie Voigt gave the lesson and Mirs. Pruel. led the devotions. Guests •were Mrs. Fred Brown and Mrs. Russel Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Benora, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and Dale spent Sunday in Charles City with Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Heller. Mrs. Heller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (Morris Mitchell, returned to Fenton with them and stayed until Thursday. Mrs. John Gramenz, Mrs. Rolland Watson and children, Sandra and John, left last Saturday for Clinton, Minn., to visit relatives. John Gramenz and two sons Harold and Raymond, and RoHand Watson, left Friday for Clinton and all returned Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cornelius, Ringstcd, are the parents of a baby girl born June 15 at the Estherville hospital. The new girl has been flamed Karen Pearl, and weighed 7% pounds. Thursday Mrs. Paul Cornelius and Rose Mary, Fenton,. went to Esthervillc to see the new baby. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs .Wm. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod and 'family, Mr and •Mrs. Ed Schlei, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Denker, of Lester, .the latter having spent the. week end here. Mrs. Wm. Weisbrod attended the anniversairy of the class of 1896 at Burt Wednesday. 2 ST. JOE BOYS OUT OF SERVICE St. Joe: . Marv.'n, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kramer, arrived home Sunday morning, June 23, after receiving- his army discharge at Fort Leavcnworth, Kansas, on Saturday. He entered service in February, 1945, and served 11 months in the Southwest Pacific. Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Berte, arrived homo Thursday after receiving a navy discharge at Minneapolis. St.-Joe: The-,infant-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker Jr. was. baptized Delores Alvina by- Rev. Father Geo. J. Theobald Sunday, June 23', in St. .Joseph's church. Sponsors were Mrs. Harold Thul, St.'Joe, and Harold Or- igcr,: Whittemore. Bride Continental Hammered Aluminum Trays Iland Distinctive Design Superb Quality Prices $4.75 to $11.50 Silver Piece* ftra Salt and Peppers 400 Acre Minnesota Farm For Sale To close an estate will sell 400 a«re farm In the Pafk Heglon of Minnesota, near Sauk Centre for $9,000.00. 224 acres plow land, balance pasture and hay lands. Two* story, frame, eteht room house; hip roof barn 44x46 feet; granary, machine ghed, garage and, chicken coop. Possession may be had October 1, 1946. This Is a real opportunity. Address JAMES J. QUIGLEY, Administrator, St, Cloud, Minn. All Summer Long DRESSES YOU LOVE to wear from June to September . . . they fit in with almost any event on your summer calendar! Classical casual and more dressy styles in flowered rayon prints. A larpc new selection here at KRES. ENSKY'S in sizes 1? to 44. 55.95 (to $10.95) SWEET WHITE HATS that make you the picture of summer, smartness and coolness! Open crowns, half hats and large crowns in straws, horse hair braids and white felt. They're fresh and NEW— every, one! $3.95 (to $5.95) WHITE FABRIC GLOVES in regular or long lengths to wt off your summer costume, . particularly with short sleeves or no-sleeve dresses. They look so smart on suntanned arms! THE NEW RAGE — wide, wide belts. They slim your waistline and are a decorative note for your summary dresses or play clothes. The one pictured is in shiny black patent leather! 51.39 (and $1.98) $3i95 W YOU WOULD carry the latest. caVry a plastic handbag in either shining black or shining white! Also (q call finish. Pouch or envelope types In a nice new large so, (ection. $3.60 (to $5.80) JJJIE SHORTER "SHORT DQAT' Mwt pvpry woman finds so w*py \ms for frop »»w |o fi»U! W*»r tt youp yjjupfcg' wcAr ypjijr Bdurty

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