The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 25, 1946
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1 f-fV , JUNE '28,1 UPPEft Dfig KYRWOODOUINN ^ WEDSCAL1FORN1A GIRL ON JUNE 8 AL60NA IOWA -PAtSfi A/tef' 'attending in the morning " Shir Lee ) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. COrley' of San Leandro, Gfi'lTf., and KyrWood Quinn, son of Mr, and Mrs. Jack Quinn of LfbheHRock were united in mar- rtegetifi' a very pretty single-ring ' cf femb'tty dfficiatod by father Donahue at- the Catholic church at San Leandro, Calif. The cere* tflony" tbok place at .4 in the af- ttoioon of June 8 in the presence of the immediate family. Miss Curley.was given in marriage by hjr father. .She was attired in a Jstfev'IfOlt With white accessories and 'carried a bouquet of white orchids. Her bridesmaid, Koye Masson front Satt Ledfldi-o, Calif., w>re a grey and white suit and Sbm* Modtli Avtflfablt Now Many famlllM will M.enjoylni 1000 tfial.nejr, pre-war quality Green Colonial Furnace they've been waiting for. HAVE YOU PLACED YOUR ORDER? » fcot, do It qulcklyj the demand U heavier thati , the Mi-. mediate tuppty — but you'll alKrayi'b* fl.d you waited tot. a Oreen Colonial Fufna'ce. Sw ui today, •y.' •" Wheffi«r fan brefct coal, oll-er «M.thefe'i • ipeclally deilmed Oreen Colonial Vanitet «• taiure your comfort. COAt m taing & Muckey * P 1 Phone 464 'ft, Dodge St. 'Alfiona. Iowa fc GREEnCOLOniflt FURRflrJE: SERVICE carried a b&tiqUet df white gardenias and roses. 'Willard Quinn of Lofl& Rbek was his brother's best man. t. A dfflrter ih their honor was served t6 the Immediate family atid a few guests''al'the Home of he? phreriis. • There Was a seven tier Wadding cake Mth roses for de6ar"atl6ns.'A&ei- the 1 dhihef the .bridal couple traveled to Russian River, Calif., for a brief honeymoon before starting .for the groom's parents' home in Lone Rock. Mrs. Quinn was a gradii- atd of tfye Alameda high school at , Alameda, 'Calif., and Mf. Quinn graduated from the Lone Rock high school, after which he attended college at Ames for one yea.* arid then entered -the army March 19, 1943. He served nearly a year and a half overseas ih the European area!and was pust, discharged this spring. Attends Des Moines School . Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gross drove to Des Moines Friday, where their daughter Doris enrolled ih School at the A, 1. B. there. They also visited a sister, Mrs. Pond at Nevada ort their way home. C. 'M. &po£s and N. L. Cotton were Tuesday business callers in Ma- 'gOft City. Son for Louis Heillys Mr. .and Mrs. Louis Reily ai*e the proud parents of a new baby son, Michael Louis, born Jn the Kossuth hospital' Tuesddy;<Vj\ine 18, and weighing., 8'I'bs. 2,osis.;Mr. and Mrsi Reilly have two other children,' a 'boy and a'girl,.;^ George Hannas Entertain- '' Mr. 'and Mrs. Melbourne' Simpson and children Of Whittemore spent Sunday afternoon dt the home of Mr. and ,> Mrs. Everett Hanna. Thursday evening supper guests there were Mr. and Mrs. George Hanna and children,-.Mr. and Mrs.\Bob Hanna and^Jeanette, Mrs. Ella Hanna of Fairmont, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin 'Han'na of Little Falls, Minn., also Pearl Hanha of Forest Hills, New York. -1 Mr. and Mrs. LlOyd Schenck of Burt spent the evening there. ^ Hostess Ip U. S. W. A. •! •*., 'The U.'S. W. A. met at the home, of Mrs. J. M.' 'Blanchard Friday, June. 14;, —'"- ••"*'-*'•-— I THEATRE SHOWS AT 7 AND aP. M. Friday and Saturday, June 28-29 Surpassing in' spectacle and pulse-pounding • action anything ever shown on the screen) >' GARY COOPER GODDARD PRESTON FOSTER Sunday and Motiday, June 30-July 1 r«nnl» .- . Charles COBURN Ginny SIMMS Rib.rt PAIGE m mm Tkif«U!Us?8 bers present. ^The business meeting Was held aftd lUflch Was Served by the hostess, fhe next Meeting will toe held at the hortie of Mrs. Matty Mttfttgflttt- efy July 12. Granddaughter f6r Jensen* Mr. and Mrs. IB. M. JeHscfl afe the pf-oud grandparents 6f a baby firandd4)Ughter. Christine MBHe Wald, who wag bofn to Mf. dttd Mrs. E. A, Wald 6f Lbs Angeles Friday, June 14, Weighing 8 IbSi 4 osis, Mrs. Wsild was the fbrrfler- Marian Jensen* lliis is theiif* first Child and also Mr. ahd Mrs, Jefi- tten's first grandchildi Attend Butt AnniV«Mary Among those . attehdlftl ^the 50th anniversary of the Burt class of 1896 at the Burt high school June 10th were Mr. and Mrs. J. M, BlanChard, all of Lone Rock, Thefe were afouhd 160 guests there. Mr. and Mrs, W. G. Meitef left Monday to visit in Rockford, IlL Mrs. Effiil 'KraUtfe flttended--the wedding of a' friend at West Uft- ion Sunday. Mrs. Merle Jorgehson of Ledyard speht Pfi'day Visiting hfer mother, Mrs. Lillian Worthington, , '•''«( Rev. and Mrs. Kitterrnah took Darlehe Volentine to Spender last Monday to attend sUfnftier School there. Mr. and Mrs, ti. B. Mittfig -Wei-e Thursday evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henfy Kueck. Thursday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jenseh Wel-e her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanley of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bos of Chicago spent Wednesday and Thursday at the home of Mr. ahd Mrs. Fred Genrich. •Mrs. Ella Hana of Fairmont. Minn., came Tuesday to spend the rest of the week with her son Geo. and family. Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K.-B.Wood were Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and family of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Bierle of Hollywood, Calif., came Tuesday afternoon to visit his mother, Mrs. Alice Bierle and family. Mr. and .Mrs. Chas. Morris spent the weekend at the home of their their daughter Mrs. Jack Johnson'and family at Gowrie. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Angus and granddaughter, Lawton, Okla., were Friday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and'Mrs. R. T. Angus. > Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee •, and Mrs. Gordon" .and,. Agnes of Burt spent Saturday' visiting' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierstedt. H. A. Hblmgf6n''wa's ft, business caller at Fort(• Pledge/ : Thursday, Mrs.. H. A.Y- Holmgren- attended the Rebekah lodge at Burt Friday evening. ... \ ;.-'.!; i Mr. and Mrs. H. A.'Blanchard and. Evelyn Earing, spent Thursday 'evening' visiting" at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Richman at Armstrong. Shirley Saxton of Fairmont, Minn,, and Ardys Peterson; of Swea' City, spent i^rj'dayV afternoon at the home of their cousin, 1 Mrs. J. W. Hartniann. Mr. and Mrs! Wilfred Radig spent Wednesday. evening visit •"O";"^**** *•"*•'«•**•• * .'*•*«*»•% >.AtiwaG"A-»cuii~ stock. and friends,, Mr.- and 'Mrs, Hugh Lewis at Lakota. Mrs. A. E. Jorgenson and daughter Lora Lee aftd Heten McMahon left Wednesday to vis^ it her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wmi Altwegg at Austin, Minni , Darrell Long, son of Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Long, underwent a tonsilleotomy operation at .Burt Monday. Mrs* Ge'oirge Long-was sick in bed Thursday Md Friday", The 4-H girtewfio left 'Friday noon to attend 1 tHe 4-H camp at Clear. Lake were, Betty.,- Person, Joan Zwie'fel, Rita. Huilburt. Lu* cille : , Decker, 'and- , Marvel RnhiriWfV .'-,.•,.,.. •- . ...<t^f !.-. ^the „,.,„_ .Jei 1 ' friends.' Mrs. G. H. Doty of Mason City arrived Wednesday to visit at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen over the weekend. Her daughter has been spending some time there. • Mrs. Ada Whitehill, who has been staying with h«w daughter, Mrs. Lestenv- Jpflnsort- ne^r. Algona, came Thursday to stay for a while with hef other daughter, Mrs. J. M. Blanchafd, Mr. and Mr* Chester Alme and Shirley of Otjos-eh «'ftd Beverly Sones of Siotjx ««&Jds spent Tuesday evening vifjitlftf at the home of her parents, -Mr, aftd Mrs, J. M. Blancftard, Andrew Burt' &f Air*" 1 *— " spent the weekend jwi daughter, Mrs.-N, B, W« family. They attended .< ding of a nephew-.Jp^j 1 EstherviUe Thursday et 'Tr. and Mrs. J, M, Ht|*Bjg!t oi Town By Mrs.. A, fhe total eli resents voting gressional 4is|i o| congress fir Us total club ~ wnship mov YQting »trei ^y current Issue, Lion, our voice (in r*H^ij VH* vy*»-** *#* cj--*wvfK«9pv«» T >*^*f» be fieard above 'the cjamor of leas •—" --ga.pi?e4 groups, ' A. fejg' ,„ well organized Townsend. membership, spells Victory |{l - 1 letters, a ' Olidden were Wednesday night afid Thursday dinner guests at the home of her brother Mr. and Mrs. i, M, Blanchard, They also attended the anniversary of the Burt Class of of 1896. : Mf. ttftd Mfs. Fred Genrich dfOVe to Goldfield Thursday eVeftlftg to get their gt-andsoH, Charles Ge'nrich, who came for a visit. Mrt and Mfs. Ffed Rasmus- soft 6f HeflWiCk Spent Thursday evening at the Fred Genrich home. .Ellen ClfiugSert of SWefl City calffie last Ffjday for a few days Visit at the h6nie of Mr. and Mrs. Bertiafd Jeflsehi Mr. and Mrs. d, L. Welgle and boys of Austin, Minh,, and Mf. and Mrs. Mershel Weigle of SCfahton, Ohio, spent Thursday afternoon visiting the Bernard Jenseh home. Suftday dlrthef guests at the hom6 df Mr 1 , and Mi's, Will Gifford in honor of their son Billy's 12th bifthdriy and the foUrth birthday of Maty Lou Presthus of Bancroft were Delores Prest- huS df flanei-oft, Mr. ahd Mrs. PeftJiiftg MafloW and JudV Kay of Burt, and the Marvin Marlow family. Wednesday evening visitors at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell in honor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wash's 34th wedding anniversary Were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nur- r'e, Mf. ahd Mrs. James Shellington, Delores Schiltz, all of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Walsh and Barbara, and Mr. and Mrs. HUgh Walsh and Edmond. . Monday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cherland were Mrs. Anne Soptland arid her daughter, Mrs. Amos Hafisen and her soft • Clifford ^Soptland Of Humlboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed White, ahd Mrs. Carrie Gustazeson of Marshalltowni and Mrs. 'Albert Seglun of Garden City. Mrs. Soptland and son re- tUrrted home that evening but the rest remained for the night. Portland Club Has Lesson On Creating More Closet Space Portland: The Portland Progress club met at the Burt hotel, Thursday, June 20. Hostesses Were Mesdames Wilbur Stewart, Ted Ringsdorf, Ralph Dugan and Tom Trenary. Miss Peckham, home economist, Algona, explained many quick ahd easy ways to make more closet space and handy conveniences around th'e--farm home. She used a chart; artd>"dis- tributed booklets and passed-pictures of improvements suggested, making it all easily understood; ?,'Patty Ringsdorf : and Marie Young had charge of a/fish contest and prizes went to Mrs. Anthony Jandl and Mrs. Martin Becker. Leohili Drone read "My Mother has the measles." This was very amusing as her ; . : rrtoth- er, Mrs. Fern Drone, was a victim of measles and could riot attend. Connie also sang two numl- bers. "v, Mr. and Mrs. W. i*. Boellcher, Button Willow,. Calif.,- •wepe vis- •itors at the Ted Ringsdorf home the past week. .,„„, . •Friday, dinner 'guests, •at-'the. W. J. (Stewart home were the Emil Primising family of Los Angeles, Calif., .the Clyde Guertin family 6t Slbley, and Mr. and Mrs. John Primising, West Bend. The latter are Mrs. Stewart's parents, Emil a-brother, and Mrs. Guertin, a sister, ' . Ramond ' ' Heiderscheidt consulted a specialist at Mason City Thursday, • -He suffers from a sinusi 'infection and takes frequent,.treatments from his Algona .doctor; T/his trouble is a comp>lica.ti6n. after a severe* case ' - " -• of'scarlet: V M^,; and Mrs. Carl M: tajned.the' J6hft Cox " ?,;. Neb,, ;-apd M 'day evening until ~ iflg.' ; ;The "i»r'oup • Lake r for fishing, didn't get the big one that got away from the Algona men. : Mr,, and Mrs. Don Liqljty, and Mf. and Mrs,' Lee Licljtj;,;;a ; ll'' pf Chicago, visited a few days at J§f afld" Phil-Lichty homes nere ett route to Saint Agatha, Canada, \vnere they attended the weddiflg of a niece. Miss Grace Lichty accompanied them to Canada for an extended visit. AUXILIARY AT LUVERNE HELD ELECTION, MONDAY The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Efhest Merkle Post met Monday evening, June 1?, In the Legion hall with 17 members and two gliests, Mrs, Marie Stoddard and Mrs. Kenneth Soreftsen present. Mrs. C. 13. ttuf, president of the Auxiliary had charge of the business meeting. Memorial services were hold for Mrs. Flora Raney, a member of the Auxiliary Who has passed away. A Solo, The Lord's Prayer," was sUttg by Mrs. Kenneth Sorensen With Mrs. Harold Phillips at the piano. The minutes of the previous meeting were read by the secretary Mrs. Art Dimler. Election of officers was held and the following officers were selected for the coming year: President, Mrs. Harold Phillips; 1st vice president, Mrs. Aaron Steussy; 2ftd vice president, Mrs. Walter Hefti; secretary, Mrs. Herman Meyer, treasurer, Mrs. Van Hansen; historian, Mrs. Frank Chapman; chaplain, Mrs. Ralph Davidson; sgt. at arms, Mrs. Guy Giddings; assistant, sgt. at arms, Miss Rubye Godfrey; executive board, Mrs. C. B. Huff, Mrs. Fred Kruse and Mrs. Paul Blumer. The door prize for the evening was won by Mrs. Fred Hintz Jr. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting by Mrs. Walter Efigel, Mrs. Irvin Chapman and Miss Rubye Godfrey. Pre-Nuplial Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Walter McPeak of Rehwick held a pre-nuptial dinner recently honoring their son Milford who is to be married June 29 to Miss Maxine Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patterson. Those who attended the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patterson and family, Charles Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagist, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman and Lottie and Jennie Mason. To Collect Waste Paper The LuVerne Live Wires 4-H club met recently at the home of Phyllis Nail with six members, their leader and four visitors present. Roll call Was answered and the secretary's report was given. A short business meeting was held. On Thursday this club met in the city hall and were hostesses to the Farm Bureau members. Miss Peckham, a 4H leader, will meet with this group at the next meeting. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. If you haVe any waste paper you are urged to get in touch -with one of the following girls ,and they-Will 1 call for- the paper. The members of the LuVerne Live Wires 4-H club are: Doris Fett, Charlene Henry, Carol Henry, Phyllis Nail, Fleda Fett and Doris Applegate. Wetjner R«ur)ion A Wegner family reunion was Held Sunday in the city park with a very large attendance. Those from out of towik who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery, Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Wagner of Kansas City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. William Steils and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dawson and son, all of Mason City. H. C. Allen in Hospital Mrs. Marguerite Smith and family of Minneapolis, Minrt., are visiting at the home of-her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen. Mr.-Allen is a medical patient in the General hospital in Algona. Ed Allen 'of Clarinda is also vis- iting fit the home of his parents. Mr. ana Mrs. ti. S. Grant spent several days in Nora Springs visiting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Brown afid also at the Hefiry HaWley home. Mr. ahd Mrs. Ralph S~toll and son recently attended a Johnson family reunion at Aldon. Miss Phyllis Lichty of Mason City was a Weekend guest at the home of her' parents Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Lichty. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thompson of lOWa Falls visited a few days at the home of Mrs. Peter 'f'homp'son. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Henderson of Rodman were visitors Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alien Thompson. Betty Ramus of Des Moines spent the weekend Visiting at the home of her parents Mr. ahd Mrs. Otto Ramus. Doris Eggleston of Des Moihes speftt the weekend visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Eggleston. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Espeland of Foft Dodge were visitors Sunday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler. Mrs. Frank Chapman recently attended Q meeting of the D. A. R. at the horrie of Mrs. Ferguson in Algona. This meeting was a Flag Day picnic,. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Luehmann of St. James, Minn., arrived here last Week and will begirt his duties as teacher in the Lutheran Parochial school this falL Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phililps and children spent Sunday afternoon in Oskaloosa visiting his father on Father's Day. They also visited at the home of Mrs. Phillip's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Baker left recently for St. Agatha, Can., to attend the wedding of Mr. Lichty's niece. Mrs. Lichty is to sing at the wedding. Mr. ahd Mrs. Charles Barton arrived recently from Richmond, Calif., to visit at the home of her father William .Bowman and w^th his mother Kate Barton and other relatives in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Tim O'Brien and daughter Judy Kay, Eugene Bahling, all of Burt, Mrs. Don Guderian arid son Louis of Algona were visitors recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and daughter Doris and Mrs. Anna Goetscti spent Sunday visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Darby in Perry, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. McGregor in Boone and Mrs. Blanche Porter in Ogden. Mrs. H. E. Peitzke left Saturday for Clear Lake, where she attended a Peitzke family reunion. She then went to Mason City, where she spent the week visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stone and Mrs. Blanche Allen. Mrs. Ralph Ballard and daughter. Janice of Redwood Falls, Phpne 520-W t i. ' ?£* r For jPrompt Service 9» BOTTLED ^|r i^^^jjP fice-^^No Red cery-^-JTt the Rest. , Bjustrom's Furniture €0. | Chevrolet | CarandTruck Owners I NEW STOCK JUST IN! GENUINE CHEVROLET PARTS Get the Genuine Chevrolet Parts Y6u Need INDEPENDENT GARAGE MEN: See us now for genuine Chevrolet factory-engineered parts. Our present stock includes items which you want in your standard repair equipment. AT YOtW SERVICE Skilled mechanics Up-to-date equipment special tools Wodern paint shop Genuine Chevrolet parts Body and fender Work Minn., and Hazel Curtis of Sioux Falls, B. D.,' visited Thursday and Friday at the home? of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. Mrs Anna Sanhey and Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley. TO BUY OR SEtiL! You'll go. 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