The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1946 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, June 25, 1946
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE FOUR Adopt A Daughter County Attorney and Mrs. H. W Miller are busy this week making the intimate acquaintance of a newly adopted 12-lb. daughter. The little miss is named Mary Louise, and reached the Miller home this week-end after some preliminary arrangements regarding ;uioption. Holstein District Show ' Holstein breeders and dairymen of this Iowa district are convening today at the Kossuth fair grounds in a district Black and White show. Breeders from 19 counties are hero for the event. ESTHER BRAATZ, CARL STRUECKER MARRIED JUNE 16 _ --.___ -| -.-_ - -- - • — ,.«.—. —.—_-_- - _ Burt Gruels of 1806 Meet ^ HMe j V M n tkuzl»«. ^f 2-, A I I Y N , D 0 M A I D 'A niiMi'iimli jj 11 " ' TirrT^—imr 1 Added OKM-: AITHY —in— "GOLD MINK IX THE SKY" T1IVRS.. VHI.. SAT. .June 27-2S^J» HIRED Gunmsn ERRORiit THE 5 ? : SBI5T • SBVIOR Mil tlUItt • | meilM HUH ittttH it mm • iia IIIMII Whittemore: Esther Wells, Minn., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Braatz, became the bride of Carl Struecker, son of Mr. and Mis. William Struecker of here in a ceremony performed Saturday June 15, at 8:30 o'clock m bt Paul's Lutheran church. The Rev. Erwin Vaudt. Benson, Minn.; performed the double ring ceremony in a candleiign service. Mrs Hannah Bendifcn, Blue Earth, Minn., sang O Perfect Love and the Lord's Prayer, accompanied by Prof. W. G. Erase. The bride entered the church upon the arm of her uncle, Louis Braatz, who gave her m marriage She wore a white marquisette dross with lace inserts nnd sweetheart neckline with long skirt extending into a long train. Her fingertip veil was adorned with a beaded liara. She wore a sapphire bracelet and necklace, a gift from the groom. She carried a bouquet of sweetheart ros- PS with stephanotis streamers, centered with an orchid corsage. The maids of honor were Alice Struecker, sister of the groom, who wore a blue lace bodice with net skirt, Dorothy Braatz and Laura Braatz, cousins of both the bride and the groom Dorothy wore a yellow floor length marquisette and Laura, a peach floor length marquisette All three carried identical floor fans of blue delphiniums wit!- vellow roses and matching heac bands of roses and delphiniums The two flower girls, Evalon Schlei and Patricia Braatz, wore dotted white rayon bemberg will- blue ribbon bows. They carriec miniature colonial bouquets o delphinium and roses. Carl Zabel, Milwaukee, Wis., cousin of the bride, acted as best man. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the auditorium of the Lutheran school. The tables were decorated with candle-lighted bouquets of sweetheart roses wilh peach, white, and blue streamers. The bridal table was adorned with a wedding cake in the shape of a double white bell. -The bride attended the Lutheran parochial school and was a graduate of the Fairmont, Minn., high school. For several years she has been employed in Milwaukee and Wells, Minn. The groom also attended the Lutheran school here and served with the armed forces for four years. At present he is employed in Waterloo, where they will be at home after a week's honeymooning. Those who attended the wedding and reception were: Mrs. Rosa Zabel, Mr. and Mrs. James Burnette and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zabel and son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zabel, Carl and Arthur Zabel and Mrs. John Korth, Milwaukee; Laura Braatz, Mason ity; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 3raatz and family, Janesville, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Llyn Stauffer and daughter, of Mapleton, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Braatz and family, Fairmont, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Putz and family, and Miss Alvina Braatz, Wells, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Thorwald Olsen, Minnesota Lake, Minn.; Mrs. Hanna Ben- difen, Blue Earth, Minn.; Rev. and Mrs. Erwin Vaudt, Benson, Minn. 3i-esont. : MoiMfe§, M 1 *. arid M>6. Marlon ortnerly of W.lchlta, tfans., now f Larrarnie, Wyb., were guests votn f hursday .until Saturday at he frank HuxtaMe home, the luxtables came here from Wich- ta. Sunday they Went to Minneapolis to meet Mrs. Luther iron's of Wichita, who will visit tere Until Thursday. Mf.'and Mfi, Waits* FJaffibaen ahd family ahd Mrs. Earl Law-it" son, a sister of Mrs. Ffambach, spent froni Saturday to Monday y j ji ^pnr HBO sne suncreu- DCIWWH ulhs mm mmmm her fn• ™ WiWVfMt ,W*ttfttJ« OFFICE SUPPLIES — A. good stock on hand, getting larger every day. Fill your needs at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Gerber snent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Knud Christensen at West Bend.. Allen and Erie, children of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Craig, have measles The third child. Ann, has recently recovered from them. Cora Chadwick of Delavan, Wis., came Wednesday Cor a week's visit with her friend Mrs. E. J. Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Gusler. Mrs Vaughan Rising and son Jon mid his friend Bob Johnson spent Friday in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falken- hainer spent the weekend at their cottage at Coucr dc O KeU- les, Wis. Inez Harris is a new clerk at Hut/ell's Service Center, the .successor to Jimmie Nevilles shoe store. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Johnson were in Des Moines Thursday and Friday visiting their daugh ter Helen, who is a senior m nursing school at Mercy hospital Mrs. Frank Cink, of near A fiona, left recently for Cleveland Ohio, for a visit of a few weeks with her brothers, James, Joe and John Cuia. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Cook look the letter's grandmother Mrs Ras Sorenson to Mmneapoli following her visit with them the past few weeks. Gladys Blin and Milo Kofroi of Cedar Rapids were last week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E Dennis. Miss Blin is a Sistfcr o Mrs. Dennis. Mary, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Wayne Keith of Burt cam Thursday and visited till Satur day with her cousin Manly Dreesman. , Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heider- scheidt and sons Lawrence and James spent a few days last week at Clear Lake during Mr. Heiclerscheidt's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Duden enjoyed a visit Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Curry of Ventura. Mr. Curry is a brother ol Mrs. Duden. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Wicky went to northern Minnesota a week ago Sunday on a fishing trip. They planned to be gone a week. Bill Giossi Jr. left Sunday for Milwaukee to visit his uncle Harvey Drew, who is Mrs. Giossi's brother. The Drews will return to Algona with him for a visit here. Pfc. Richard J. Wheelock, who stationed in the Pacific area, as been transferred to the .-ev- l engineers outfit from the air orp«. 'Dick" is the son of Mr. nd Mrs. John Wheelock. Roy Christensen relumed Fn ay to his home at Aberdeen, S D following a two weeks visit • ilh his parents, who live with is sister and husband, Mr. and Trs H. E. Jensen, and his broth- r and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Christensen. Mrs. Joe Fraser lefl June 14 or New York to attend the wed- ling June 21 of her S9n Virgil to Bernice Lockwood. Virgil served n the navy and is now attending Cornell university. He is taking icronautical engineering. Mrs Fraser will return home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoffman of Bloomington, Calif., visited Mr md Mrs. Walter Elbert last week. They came to Algona Friday and had arrived in Whitte more the previous Sunday, where they visited relatives in that vi- :inity. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Walker and little son Charles of Chicago spent the weekend here with the former's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Will F. Walker. They are en- route to Seattle, where they will spend six weeks while Philip does some auditing for his firm. Mrs. Fred Jacobs 'and son Gary, Maxine and; Paul Nordstrom and Mr. and Mrs. Don Teeter and two children Mary jLUJIlt 11 UIII unit MI \.t»*,j «<«-• ». — «..-— v at Spirit Lake at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. J6e Leinlnger, parents of the Women. The Lelhin- gers live at Lotts Creek,but are spendlrig the summer at their cottage. ,, _. ••,.... Mr. and MrS. Hudbljph Elber nnd Mrs. Elmer Hauenstein ah< little daughter Terrylee spen Sunday at Bancroft with Mr. and Mrs". Ben Butterfield. Mr. El bert is a brother of Mrs. Butter field and Mrs. Hauenstein. Th family gatherirfe was in celebration of the birthday of the But- tcrfields daughter Dorothy. Mf. ahd Mrs. Carl Skorsleth of Fontana, Calif., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby a few weeks ago en route to visit relatives in the east. They returned Friday and accompanied the Lus- bys to their cottage at Clear Lake and will go from there to Des Moines, Monday, thence lome. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox of Aurora, Neb., and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harp and two daughters, Shirley and Marilyn of Hampton, Neb., visited from Monday until Wednesday of last week with Mr. Cox's uncle arid aunt, Mr. arid Mrs. J. M. Cox. From here they went to Spirit Lake foi seme fishing. ^^'^"^5! tm.it ' She . I*J*»t j*a*** j •»,;•" Wednesday _, fi» shfe.sWi weeks, For tw.o t; J ,~:~ Elt CARLSON, •,..' Clerk. KOHLHAA9, ' - ..ar. .... The forefebirliJ Ordlharlce Nff. 4SOJ- tl oSncfe of tHfe City cehtfer thefe the bthef weeks wfefe sbent at Logg and fetihta Attu wh^e she Visited the Hei-to Filt-e 1 , Kfenfteth ahd O. i. Steifhertfoh ^ Dohii JeaH, Mltbhell .Md Grant BlackmaH returned with her. . Ledyatd Installation of diflcerS.for the newly organized Ledyard Atrier- "e&n Legion .AUxiliaty will .take felace thefe Welcth^sday. evenijlgi of Aigo-h-a, i&wa. is aiiiy day of Icated 1!>48 ' uwa, : this 16th, At) Att NOTICE May, SPECIAL MEN'S WHITE Agency for L. C. Smith and Corona Typewriters OrE a7e Siting th7 r D7 A.'Teeters, Perry Lowmans and other relatives. They will return to Portland July 5. : Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Draqer and Irene attended the wedding of Margaret Richmann to Wayne Flohrs Sunday at Ormsby, Minn. Margaret is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. L. R. Richmann, who recently moved there from Burt, where Rev. Richmann had oeen the pastor in the Lutheran church for 17 years. Mrs. W. F. Mullica and daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Herbert Ostland of Salem, Ore. are expected Thursday for a visit at the home of the former's niece, Mrs. Fred Geigel. From here they will go to Detroit where Mrs. Mullica, who is a for mer Algonian, will stay with a son. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byson and three daughters came last week from Glendale and are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Law rence Thoreson at Armstrong They expect to be in Iowa two weeks. Earl 'is employed at the Lockheed factory in Glendale. He reports his father, John Byson, in fairly good health again after his operation of a year or so ago. Larry Lee Simons of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived here Sunday to spend the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ulrich, and with other relatives at St. Benedict and Estherville. The Ulrich son, John Joseph, and Larry Lee left Sunday for Estherville until Thursday. During their visit they will spend some time at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. James Payne and Mrs. Bernard Hum of Riverside, Calif., and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart eft' Monday for Riverside. The Paynes and Mrs. Hum had been called home by the death of the ladies' father, Henry C. Nelson. Mrs. Eckhart is going out to visit her husband who is employed m Riverside. The Chas. Barrick- mans who also came for the funeral are remaining for a longer visit with local relatives. AN HiiNc! %!iWd AND REVISING ORDINANCE NO.-278 OF THE OR01NANC- £0' OF THE CITY OF AL- BE IT ORDAiNED by tne City Cotlhcil of the City of Algoria, T °Se a c. 1. That the final clause iti Sec. 2 of Ordinance 278 Of the Ordinances of . the City of Aleona, Iowa, with respect to conveyance of a tract of land to one F. H. McCall, in which provision reads as follows: "To F. H. McCall a tract described as follows: Commencing at the Northeast Corner of Lot Twenty-six (26) in Block One (1) of Hill Crest Addition to Algona, Iowa, as point of beginning; running thence South One Hundred Fifty-one (151) Feet .to the Southeast Corner of said Lot; thence East Eight (8) Feet; thence North One 11 ^ Cttn F 1U TT J J TTtff \r-r\Y\o I I h 1 ) r Gel. • . . ^*i*miitC sfeiiVicfe CEN-rM (Successor t6 Jinitnle NcVlltc) School and Office SUUUUes Fifty ground Equltfhleht . Full Line Stationery Sltortine Goods Boxed Candy each lOc We just received a Idafl of MURPHY'S FE10 Cut CoUtttflg Feed , ahtl *'*',%,£> Vig Ray Chicken Feed CoricfctUfntes We also Have a complete lineoi WfeLP'SFEEDS . s Come hi attd M& its about your feed problems. We Will Buy Ydiit Eggs at 4 fa Straight Price. Meyer Produce '.'-"'- * ' ' ' " ; .' l- tm ". Sotiih of Hub Clothiers • Known as BehrehdS Feed Store ;24-25* Supplies! Co-Hit OS A 3IAKKX — in — «THK GKNTLKMAN Added Serial .TUNGLi: KAIDEHS** ,SrX., M0>'., Tl'KS., WEI). June !!(), July 1-2-3 For Repairs on Harvest Machinery SEE US NOW Hundred 'FTfty-one . •(151) Feet; and thence West Eight (8) Feet to point of beginning, be and the same is hereby repealed for the reason that it has since been discovered that the said F. H. McCall to whom the Mayor was directed to convey real estate was deceased at the time of the .enactment of Said Ordinance and that the following be enacted in lieu thereof: "To Mart J. McCall a tract described as follows: Commencing .at the Northeast Corner of Lot. Twenty-six (26) in Block One (1) of Hill Crest Addition to Algona, Iowa, as point of beginning; running thence South One Hundred Fifty-one (151) Feet to the Southeast Corner of said Lot; thence East Eight (8) Feet; thence North One FUNERAL CHAPEL Ambuhnce Service The Golden Rule Our Principle Phone 621 r W Algona Your Needs at KOHLHAAS Now . . . New Shipments Have Arrived in Tlrhe! Brand-New 4 Quart Presto ? ^ Pressure Cookers $|2SO *!/** Here's a low, price .yon. will welcome on a nationally, known make, Pressure Cooker—processes four quarts at a time. You'll get years of use from this cooker — ffet yours from this new shipment. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 4-Qt. Wearever Pressure Cooker \ / T* ... rr . t ..;.;.,. v ../.. $13.95 1 Pint and..t Quart Cans for Canning Canning Sealers to Seal Cans COMES fWNG HOME DICK CRANE MARTHA SrEWART HENRY MORGAN CHARLES RUSSELL CHECK YOUR— BINDERS COMBINES HAY MACHINES BINDER AND BALER TWINE Co-Hit VINCENT PRICE LYNN JUKI We Are Equipped to Do Expert Carburetor and Magneto Work Algona Implement Co. McCormick-Peering Farm Machinery International Trucks Phone 52 Wait and Deb Hall SPECIAL NOTICE! So That All of Our Employees May Have Their Full Vacations Haying Need*! ' £ Modern Dry Cleaners & Tailors WILJ. BE CLOSED on these dates: JULY 4 TO JULY 15 ELK CLEANERS WILL BE on these dates: MODERN GLEANERS & ELK , -'&ffih. Hay Ropes Hay Silings Hay Carriers Hay Grapple Forks 3-Tine Hay Forks 3 and 4-Tine Fork Handles New Merchandise Metal Stepson Kitchen Wpte All-Steel Waste B^slfeets..^-.,.-. Kitchen SKeai-s ..4,1.,...,..:....,.^—» ^^. r . f ^, Rubber StoypM*if»85e JtafcberSii&Mats, V»5c BatbfwliMfets,$UO to $£50 Horse Covers & Stock Spray t

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free