The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1946 · Page 7
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\-*;*r f w Professional Advertisements AWORtfeirS At LAW W. B. QUARTOtt M. W, MILLEfi • ATTORNEYS. AT LAW ' Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALOONA, IOWA "lltJ'fcmSON A HUTCHISON —; ATTORNEYS AT LAW •-*• A. Hutchison (1862-1638) Donald,C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 261 , Algorta, IoW8 Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly Harold F. Frlstedt BHUMWAY, KELLY A FRISTED1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg. ,' Phone 58 Algona, Iowa ' LINNAN & LYNCH ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 26 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phone 180 Algona. Iowa J. D. LOWE . ATTORNEY AT LAW Booms 212-214 First Nat'l Bk Bldg I j Phone 287 Algona, Iowa 'E. J. VAN NESS Law Offices E. J. Van Ness Delia Walter : 2nd Floor New Heise Building Algona, Iowa Jftote 4KMUMM^tetahyiMitt«U*idlrilM||ii0MiiiHi ESTABLISHED 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, f tJESDAY, SEt>T.' 3, 1946 - SECTION TWO, FOUR PAGES VOL. 81 Entertain HAROLD J. McNERTNEY LAWYER • Office in Hutchlnson Bldg. Phone 354 . Algona, Iowa SB, •' PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 „„.. SURGEON & PHYSICIAN flOffice in John Galbraith Bldg. MELVIN G. BOURNE , PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 'one—Office 197 Res. 194 Across from F. S. Norton & Son I DR. ROBERT W. LEE I Physician and Surgeon I Sawyer Bldg. Mice Phone 127 Res. 827 I JOHN N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ver James Drug — Phone 300 Residence Phone 326 DENTISTS A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store hone Office 59" 'Residence 859 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST : Office in New Heise Bldg. Phone'44 s Res; Phone 110 Hi DB. J. P. HERRIG , ; vi DENTIST - ROOOM 13 and 15 seard Ik Peterson Bldg. "" X. . >j :,' i "broken. Team Wound Up With S300 Cash Reserve Burt; About 58 men Were guests at the BUrt Athletic club at a dinner given Thursday everting in the American Legion Hall. The dinner was given as a courtesy for those who had sponsored the club financially or haa assisted it in any other manner. The managers and captains of all teams in the ball league were invited, but only those from Wesley, Lone Rock, and Algona were present. The dinner -was served by members of the Athletic club, which includes both the basketball and baseball teams, with Donald Hammerstrom as chief cook. Those attending report an excellent dinner and a good time. No regular program ,was given but several short extemporaneous talks were given. The Burt baseball team, of which Robert Moore is manager, finished third in the league' The club also had a good season financially, having more than $300 in the- treasury at the close of the season. Return io Teaching Mary Jean Rachut left Saturday for Lake Park, where she will teach again this year. Lorena Riebhoff will leave Monday for Eagle Grove where she will teach first and second grades. Caroline Hasse left Friday for Allisort, where she will teach again this year. Her father Emil Hasse and son Junior took her to Mason City, where she took the bus. Lura Sewick will teach at Forest City again. Many to State Fair Wayne Keith and children Edgar and Jane, and Shirley Lockwood spent last Monday and Tuesday at the state fair.'Among other Burt people who 'attended were Mr. and Mrs. J- L. Miller, the F. L. Ryersons, the L. E. Riebhoffs, the Fred Habegers and Raymond Westlings, the Roy Ringsdorfs, ; i'the, Donald. Ilirigs- dorfs, and Hairry.,;Chr^t.ehsens also, attended. ' 55 At Burt Baseball Banquet •J..u'rit of 217, i school-. Supt. Rowing' teachers: y Ann-Bran- Larson, Mrs. Lola STarbara J. Victor, Rus- and V. A. Barrett. RD • CONSOLIDATED 145 ENROLLMENT 'ard: About the same as last year enrolled at 245 ,pupils starting here last week. The fac- complete with one excep- r Jo,one has yet been hired ich grade and high school/ VjSupt. R. ,B. Rogness is in' i',:' and Robert Leland V ;City is cofch, with Shirts' •' ";of Spencer, principal. ,-''• /, •1'es Hilferty, PaulNitz a( /'; jorgensbn ' are driving j 14 new school busses. •'• • '••'" grard-meets Lakota in "Wday,Sept, 13.- -L both abd his ankle in a LEDYARD BROKEN ON Ledyard: •youngest Jack Me," v/hile met Mrs. ESLEY STUDIES Fifty-four ptr m the Wesla 1 Charles ident and Mullins, RalpiX : 0?ias, Mrs. He/ .nna Flom, Mi/ fiers are Jesf • Harr, ' is a regi: arochial s . Supe ailia and / «r,d elficieotijr Ollom recently un.. operation at a hos- /aldora. /•s Spry attended a dis- r 51ephone meeting at West last Thursday. .. and Mrs. Virgil Schrader ,'"—' Laurence Chipnian left Fri- fi on a fishing trip. ; "Vulius Heider and, Willard i/qjahn, Emmetsb'urg, spent .Monday evening at the Emil Hasse home.' The Auxiliary to th^ V. F. W. held its first regular meeting Tuesday evening; Aug. 20 in the theatre basement. • Mrs. H. R. Chantland and children, Bode, visited Mrs. Chantland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Toothman, Friday. A few girls were entertained at a party at ; r the Donald Mitchell "home Friday afternoon in honor pf Betty's birthday, , Mr. and- Mrs. Dale Kennedy, Mason City, spent a week ago Saturday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy, i • , -The W. B. Shiplers, Ledyard, the Will and Roy Ringsdorfs were dinner guests a week agb Sunday at the Donald RingSdprf home, '•.'.' • Betty Bee 'Christensen, who works in Dps Mpines, is spending a three weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr- and Mrs, Jim'Chris- tensen. Mrs, John Langc, Perham Minn., visited from Monday to Thursday at the Nels J, Nelson home. She is Mrs, Nelson's sister-in-law. Mrs. W. J, Stewart returned home Thursday frpm Maspn City, where she had had an op* eratjpn, ftt the Park hospital a week a.gQ Tuesday. Mr- and Mrs,"'W, B. Thomas, Lake Crystal, Minn,, and Mr, and Mrs, Robert Thpmas ol Cs)k fprnia were weekend, vi§H9rs at the hftme ot Mrs, H Q. S 'Helen Grahsrn, D_orif Salisbury and iMerilyn Oitfwortb IOHA ODDITIES ///IP ChopStiey'ftous(,( AS 3 WHO HWE Sfl?VEP Z.QfluJUf) s.CcKmJfi. owe o/tx /oosusHfis OF SEED CORHIDFWeiKVt THE VICINITY mo MXIP 6NE1KCROP AGAINST SLAVEDUES ~d BLAKE HADDWMU 'fw4l. FWEACH HISTORICAL FACT ORowTYfVRTA/Mw TO IOWA • •MAIL mwcoNrmuTiof/s Tom/sf%p£R Thursday after spending a few days at the Mrs. Anna Lovstad home- 'Mrs. Hinsen was a sister of the Inte Ed Lovstad. • Mrs. Russell Wierman and two daughters, Jeffers, Minn., Arlene Schmeling, Windom, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Will Lauck, Lotts Creek, spent last Tuesday afternoon at the Albert Baas home. The 'Axel Andersons ' moved here- from Dike last Wednesday. They .arey living in .the Charles Olson house recently vacated; by Mrs.'Neva Ollom. Mr. Anderson ^be;i.atWetit<4C,fta^-here~-this; ... L. R. Daniels: was taken to Rochester, Minn., Uasj; .Tuesday toy Mrs. 'Clifford Holding and his wife, who, .remained with him there. • He underwent an operation Thursday .afternoon for the removal of his gall-bladder. ^ :MTS. Elza Wpltz:, Mrs- J. P. Stow, Mrs. F. O. Stow, Mrs. Wayrie Mann, and Mrs. H. A. Salisbury were dinner guests Thursday at the Floyd Duncan home in Fenton. In the afternoon they visited Mrs. W. E. Brace at the S. E. 'Straley home. G. P. Hawcott went to Des Moines Wednesday and brought home his Son Wallace "and the latter's wife. Wallace had been a patient at the Veterans' hospital for several weeks'and while there, had undergone two operations,: one for the removal of \ a piece of shrapnel from a bone in his arm and the .second ah appendectomy. • 'Mr. and iMrs.'R- A, Bleich left Thursday for a. week or ten days visit with relatives at Avoca and Spring Green, Wis. George Bol- lin'ger, .who had been visiting here, .returned/ with them to his home at Avoca,, His cousin Gary Reynolds went' home with him for a few days. Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Reynolds accompanied them to Mason City, where they spent the day celebrating their wedding anniversary. , Mr. and Mrs. H. %; Hauerman and son Jimmy returned to their home at Sparta, Wis.i Friday after a few days visit at the home of Mrs. Sauerman's mother Mrs, Albert Staehle. On Thursday Mrs. Staehle entertained a group of ladies at a pne o'clock luncheon at the Marvin hotel, followed by bridge qt her home in honor of her daughter. Other guests included Mrs- P, >F. Kriethe and daughter Eugenia, Owatonna, Minn,, Mrs. L. R. Gardner, Hum- bojdt; Mrs. Howard. 'French and Mrs, Clifford Kr&ntz, Titonka; and Mrs.^H,' Q, B.ueJl,'Mrs, F, L. Pratt, Mrs. <?7c. Smith,'Mrs, K. J, Smith, Mrs, W.' W/ Soettcher, and Mrs. Donald MltQh.eU- Mrs. Rrjethe an4 iwggnla .visited at un_tU Friday. LESTER FUCHSEN WHITTEMORE WEDS Mrs. Lester G. Fuchscn In a ceremony at 9 o'clock Monday morning, Marion Degan, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Degan of Granville, became the toride of Lester Fuchsen, con of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. : Fuchsen, o,f Whittemore, at St. Joseph's Catholic church. The Rev. Dalhoff, performed the ceremony. The bride was attractive In a white eyelet embroidered , gown with fitted bodice, high neck and capped sleeves. She wore a long eyelet gloves, and caried a toou- quet, Esther and Florence Degan, mai dof honor and 'bridesmaid, sisters of the 'bride, wore -white eyelet gowns similar to that of the bride. Both attendants wore colored halos and corsages to match. The grom was atended toy his torp- ther, Joseph Fuchsen. Gene Martini and Len Degan w ereushers. Following the wedding qere- mony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schilmoeller, of Granville, Later a three course dinner .was served to the immediate families at the home of the bride's mother. Friends were served at a bufet lunch at four o'clock. The young couple went on a honeymoon to Niagra Falls, and Canada, and upon their return will live on the groom's father's farm just south of Whittemore, where the grom has started farming this spring after being released from the navy, Mrs. Fychsen is a graduate of Granville high school and the past five years has >been a beauty operator }n City, • Barbara Underberg, Otteson, Shower Guest on Saturday Whittemore Girl Weds August 28 * . Whittemor<:: In a very impressive wcdcling ceremony at St. Michael's Catholic church, Wednesday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Miss Alice Kollasch, of Mason City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kollasch, Whittemore, became the bride of Michael Lloyd, son of Mrs. Loretta Lloyd of Mason City. The Rev. William Veil read the double ring ceremony and the nuptial mass. The bride was'given in marriage by her father Frank Kollasch and was very attractive in a white satin gown with fitted bodice which featured a sweetheart neckline and net skirt with long train which matched her combination finger-tip veil and blusher which was adorned with seeded pearls. She carried a bouquet of,.'pink gladioli and white asters, Edwards Johnson acted as best man. , Both the groom and Mr. Johnson" wore blue suits.- The maid of honor was a cousin of the bride, Bonnie Bisenius. Patricia Kollasch was flower girl. Paul Elsie, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. Ushers were Joseph Eisele and Dean Elbert. Mrs> Kollasch, mother of the bride, ware a two-piece gray dress with black accessories. Mrs. Lloyd was dressed in a black crepe dress; both wore shoulder corsages of white gladioli. During the nuptial mass Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kollasch and Mrs. Marion Hyink sang various hymns, accompanied toy Sister M. Leo;^ Who also rendered Men- delssphn's wedding march at the processional and recessional. Following' the ceremony a wedding: breakfast was served at the Home of the bride's grandmother,»Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele, to the immediate families, and at high noon a wedding dinner was served' a't the Academy hall to t about, }50 realtiyes and, ; friends. 'A. thiee-tiered.' ; '•*; w,£ddjng *' -caR'e wrrneoV ttie centerpie'ce' "af• ithe bride's stable. Following a short wedding trip they will >be at home m Mason City, where Mr. Lloyd is connected, with the Mutual Benefit Insurance company. Mrs. Lloyd was a graduate of Presentation Academy with the class of, 1942, and .for the past three years was employed at the Locke Studio in Mason City as a retoucher. The groom was a graduate of the Wesley high school and is a veteran of three and one-half years in the European theater of war. oneer. Barbara,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Underberg, and Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs- Bernard Opheim of Bode will be married at the Lutheran church in Bode oh Sunday, Sept. 8. The couple plan to make their home in Ames, where Roger Will attend Iowa St.ite college. . ' v Progressive- Club '.- The Ottosen Progressive club will begin the new year with the first meeting to be September 5 at the home of Mrs. -Oppedahl. Mrs. Max Clark has the lesson. The qlub has been on a vacation since the latter part of May.' .-•• Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anliker and family and Mrs. S- J, Hinton of Worthington, Minn., were Sunday callers, at the Ben Anliksr home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hpfius and Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee and family • were Sunday dinner guests at the Knut Oppedahl home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards attended a service dedicated to the returned veterans at the Danish Lutheran church in Rutland Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R6y Jacobson and daughter Lois returned nome Saturday after two weeks vacation in Denver, Colo., visit- tog relatives and friends. BLANKS, dfjsfc blotters, adding machine rolls, stamp P3ds, The Algona Upper De* \tQlnes,- 9 NO, podgp St. Ex-Swea Cityans Son Was Killed Swea City: Relatives of the Harold Fletchers, former Swea Cityans now living at Northfield. Minn., received word Monday of the death of the Fletcher's oldest son Robert, in a plane crash. No details of the accident were given, Robert, who was about 20, had been in the -army but had more recently been working for his uncle Glenn Crosslcy, near Austin, Minn. His mother was 'Mabel Crossley 'before her marriage and lived here, as did her husband. Funeral services were scheduled for Thursday at Northfield. The Wm. Bargers, Mrs. Jenny McCrary and other local relative? drove up -to ibc present. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf celebrate their daughter Sandra Jean's fourth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Benna spent the weekend there. Mrs. Benan is Mrs. Schadendorfs sister and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schadendorf are his parents. Return From Arizona Portland: Earl Miller has been on a trip to Arizona with Doctor Fox, Algona. They returned Saturday, Aug. 24. LONE ROCK WOMAN TAKEN TO CLINIC Lone Rack: Jeses Stebritz was driven to Rochester, Minn., the 17th of August where she intends to go through the clinic. She became very 'sick on Thursday before she left for Rochester. She will have her 'beauty shop closed for a month and so will.have to cancel all appointments she made during that time. M'ary Ann and Alice Walsh spent Thursday afternoon visiting at the Bert Quinn home. Mrs. Deloss Gardner and her mother Mrs. Moore of Algona spent Thursday afternoon visiting Mrs. R. F. Hawcott. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Baas and family of Algona and Mrs. Paul Schmidt and Ivan visited relatives at Madsen Sunday. Mrs. Alex Radig and Verona attended a shower in honor of Mrs. Reuben Fuerstenau at the Lotts Creek school house. Irene Gaulke of Sheldahl came Monday to "visit Lucille Genrich at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan and three granddaughters of Wesley spent Sunday afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson. Agnes and Patricia Quinn went along with Joan Zwiefel for a pic- ',nic,dinner at -the Algona Call park Sunday and then also to visit at West. Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson and daughter of Arnold, Nebr,, spent from Saturday until Tuesday visiting at the home of his cousin Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough. The auxiliary fire unit will toe delivered 'to Lone Rock and community either Monday or Tuesday. Ruth Krueger is spending the week with Mr. , and Mrs. P. M. Chnistenson. Loretta Mino of Swea City spent the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder. Miss Betty and Elenor Kibbler of Millard, Nebr., cousins of Henry Schroeder, spent Monda^^isiUng there. Carol SchnK^agaJJ^B^bmoreis spending thBB^^^^H)ale Schroeder. Mr. a^f^fjffj. Parsons and Carol of Aifton spent a few days visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. ' Andrew Thomsen. -He is Mrs. Thomson's brother. They and Mrs, Thomsen drove to Mason City to spend a few days with their sister Mrs. Glen Doty and family 'before returning to Afton and Lone Rock respectively. Mr. and Mrs.- Wm. Schadendorf of Lakota, and two grandsons Carl and Bill Fischer, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ennen and Leroy, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benna of Albert City spent Sunday helping Mr. WANTED AT ONCE Vacant Lois—Houses—Acreages—Hioro HuSidings \on is tli(! time to sell tluit vacant lot or house* H<! have a large niinilier of waiting prospects wanting to luiild or buy a home. List linil properly ivilli us today for a ready cash sale J'lione f>.Vor call at our office C. R. 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