The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1946 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 10, 1946
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PAGE TWO. Q//OTES Mr. and Mrs. Baas Entertain I Alvina Weig Married— Mr. and Mrs. John Baas, south of Algona, entertained Sunday evening at dinner at their home, in honor of their ninth wedding iinivcrsary. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harms, Luolla Frisbio, Fred McWhertcr, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, Mrs. Ralph Harberls, R. W. Will, Martha and Alice Will, and John Leininger. A very beautiful Wedding was solemnized at St. Joseph's Catholic church Tuesday, September 3, at 0 o'clock when Alvina Weig of Wesley became 'the bride of Matt Fisch, son of Mrs. Catherine Fisch. The Rev. L. N. Klein road the Nuptial High Mass.. The bride wns very attractive ly dressed in a white net over white silk crepe skirt with long train nylon fitted bodice which featured a sweetheart neckline and fingertip veil edged 'in NO. 18 OF A CENTBNNIAL YEAR SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County Sidney Payne This weelf, wi- again present one of Kossuth's younger farmers. He is Sidney Payne, and this is his second year of farming on 200 acres that lie has takeii over from 'liir dad, VV. II. Payne, on a i'hare basis. The farm i? located nortl- ol I^cdyard in Grant township, and was bought by Sidney's fa'hcr in 1911. Sidney is married to the former Lucille Rath, who lived near Swea City. They have two young sons, one J'/i years old and the other 8 monhs. Sidney's brother, Bernard, served in the Marines. "I plan to stay on the farm," says Sidney, and along with that he also says he looks forward to many interesting years of farming. IOWA FACTS In the early days, to show the richness of the soil, and to "guide settlers, a furrow was plowed from Iowa Cily to Dubuque—for 70 miles the shining steel slipped through 'the rich, rockless loam. Individuals, too, can "plow a straight furrow" to greater happiness and greater security. This bank is always glad to give you the benefit of its experience -r- and to help plow that long furrow by giving the financial support that fits your needs. RALPH MILLER, Prosident HAROLD GILMORE, Cashier ROY McMAHON,/Asst. Cashier •jf In the play Green Pastures, the character Noah observed, "I ain't very much, but I'se all I got." This is simple hut eloquent reasoning. The realization of responsibility to yourself and to others to be cheerful, sympathetic, and helpful is the basis of a sound personality. Ill and disgruntled people are a burden to all. Take good care of yourself. Do not forget that both your family physician and your pharmacist are on your side to help you stay well and happy. All you have to do is ask for their help. When ill, see your physician. We are fully equipped to fill your prescriptions and furnish (he needed sickroom supplies. THUENTE PHARMACY PHONE 252 'lace and .held in ,p'lace -^ith a '.teW'ia of Crystal 'beads. She -em^i :rld6 a bouquet nt pink ttflisman roses and asters. Miss Weig also wore a heart-shaped gold locket, a gift fr'pm the groom. Following, the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the St. Joseph's Hull for the brida'l couple and theft attendants by cousms and. fri&iids of tire Wide. A '(hree->CDttrse wedding dinner at high noon was served ~at St. Joseph's hall tp 50 relatives and friends. The bride's table was adorned with flowers and a three-tier . wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. The cake, which served as a center piece was decorated by a cousin of the bride, Caroline Shuller. » Table Waitresses were Florence "Weig, Florence Fisch, "Mildred "Loss ana Rose Ann Fisch. The young couple gave a wedding dance at the Legion hall at Corwith for their many relatives and friends. Van Allen-Beslenlehner Wedding ,< ALC10NA UPPER BIS MOINES, ALCJONA IOWA wore a p'iWk net!Lc«h •riefl .0 baske-t of assbMed flowers. The ring 'bearer, BHlte Ses- tenlehner, nephew of .the groohi, was dressed in white-and earried the rings on a white satin pillow. Ushers were Wilbur and l>oren Courtney, John BestenMiner, • and Sigwell Wood. • . A reception Was 'held At 12:00 oclock nt the .LaFiesta club nt West Bend to 85 gttests.* A three- course dinner was served. 'The tables were decorated With white candles, pink 'bows arid while wedding flowers, bells, and assorted Mary Elizabeth is 'a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy. He:en- 1941. She is a member of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority. For the past year she has been employed as a telephone operator*. William is a 1938 gi-aduato of St. Cecelia's Academy! . He enlisted in the service in 1940 and remained' untU November of 1945. He is employed at the Algona postofficci The couple will reside after October 1 in their home on East Lucas St. Out-of-town guests attending Mary Elizabeth Van Allen, above, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, and William Besten- lehner, son of Joe Bestenlehner, were united in marriage Monday morning at 9:00 o'clock in St. Cecelia's Catholic church with th'e Rev. Father J. M. Mallinger officiating. The double ring service was used. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Harold Van Allen of Britt. The wedding inarch was played by Josie McEvoy. Arlene Spilles sang "Ave Maria," "On This Day." and "O, Lord, I Am Not Worthy." The bride's gown had a slipper satin bodice, long sleeves, a sweetheart neckline trimmed with seed pearls, a full skirt with long train of nylon soisette. A finger-tip veil fell from a seed pearl studded tier. She carried a white prayer book and, rosary, a gift of .the groom. She, carried a shower bouquet,;0f pin)$ roses and white pom pom chrysanthemums. Marita •Bestenlehner, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid; and she wore a pink lace gown with net floor length skirt and carried a colonial bouquet. Richard Allen, cousin of the bride, served as best man. Patricia Van Allen, niece of the bride, was flower girl. -She were Mr. arid Mrs. Harold Van Allen and family of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Van Allen of Kansas City, Mo., Frank Van Allen of Watterville, Kans., Mrs. Frank Horan of Albuquerque, N. M., Andrew Bestenlehner of Ottumwa, Tom Bestenlehner of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duffy, Frank Bestcnlehricr, nMr. and Mrs. James Butler, 'Mrs. Nona Butler, Mrs. Mary Erue, and Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, ajl <trf> Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee and Mr. and .Mrs. Loyola O'Brien of Burt, and Ma,ry Mog- ster of Sioux City;..;! • ,'• Thelma Borman WedsH- Thelma Marie Bprmann, above, daughter of Mr. ahdnMrs., John Bormann of St. Jde 'beedme the bride of Edwin Clarence Thilges, son of Mr. and\ Mrs. John Thilges.of .QttQ.spiV 1 ','in 1 . l1 .'3...double., ring"';;eerernony »"iperfqrmed thisi morning'at d:30"'at:the.Sf. Joseph church, St. Joe, by the Rev. Geo. Theobald, in the presence of 80 guests. ' "-"•'--" The bride, who "is- a 1 "graduate of St. Joe high school, wore a white nylon dress made with train and sweetheart neckline and wrist length . sleeves. Her fingertip net veil with lace edging was held in place by seeded ALGONA IOWA Have a BABY CARRIAGE and a HIGH CHAIR arf set for your baby's arrival home ... it will add to his welfare and relieve you of much care. BABY CARRIAGES AS Low As ,. TRAV-L-EEZ Wood Gear ...... $16.75 TRAV-L-EEZ DeLuxe ............ $29.75 BABY HIGH CHAIRS We have a fine assortment of high chairs. Drop in and see the new adjustable BABY GUARD , Priced *5 76 .o 'IS 60 FOSTER FURNITURE C0. orange >blo9s6nid, and she a bouquet of gardening and jrinlcj roses. She also •Wore a double strand of pearls, a 'gift of the bridegroom. The Kreckle Wedding march was plnyed by Sister M. Marion of St. Joe and the St. Joseph's choir sang Salve Regina Masa by. Rossini and Ave Maria, / 'The bride was attended by, Marcella and Mcreila Schaefcr,' cousins of the groom from Preston. Marcclln wore a taffeta formal with net skirt. Her .hc'a'ddress was a blue net shoulder length veil held in place with small bluo flowers. She carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations. blue. over- Mereilda wore p formal with fitted pink satin ho-lico, not skirt and sweetheart necklace Her .headdress waft a pink net shoulder length veil held in place with small pink , flowers, and she carr-ied a bouquet of pink and white carnations. The groom was attended by Maurice Bormann, brother of the bride and Harold Thilges, cousin of the bride. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was held at the home of the brides parents. After a wedding trip to Preston, where they will visit relatives a week, the couple will be at home on the groom's father's farm, 3Vfe miles southwest of West Bend. Relatives from out of 'town who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Gartner and Mr; and Mrs. Julian Gartner of Mapleton, Minn. ,Rev> Fr. L. H. Greving of West Bend; Vc- noid, Edmund, Sicverna, Marcella and Merielda Schaefer of Preston. It's-beeft awfully wet, lately! You don't need 'to be told, but you might iltke (to* •krtow that there; Kaslbeen a total of 4.36 ItHJh'eg Sf. o-nlfl in the Ailgorta 'territory 'foHhg past -wteek, fend brother, that's •«, lot of water! ." ,. 1—ts equivalent t6 118,387^81-° ! lons of water 'for each and every acre rin Kossulh, 2—Is over 200,000 gallons of wa- iSr per square city block. In the opinion of Wiser folks than ourselves, this vast amount of wnter ma/ retard the dorri a little, but not any more Wian misty weather and tiloudy Skies, It will help other drops. AlSo, ponds and streams toeing low, the rains came —and helped. Week's weather! Date (<Raitt) 'High Sept. 3 77 Sept. 4 ' .(.02) 85 Sept. 5 (.IV) 90 Sept. 0 (1.05) 84 Sept. 7 .:... (.84) 71 Sept. R (2.34) 77 Sept. 9 ...79 40 58 on 67 58 50 59 For. Sale FOR SALE: 1C ft. house trailer, oil burner, gas stove, wired for Electricity. Willard Quinn, Lone Rock, Iowa. ph. 1C. .20W3G*; RE.AD THE WANT ADS FOR SALE: Two Brown Swiss milk cows. Alfred Bierstedt, Whittemore; . 12w36" PAINT: Super Tex red barn paint, $1.89 gallon. Coast-to-Coasl Store, Algona. llwSG LOW COST ADVERTISING — That's What you get in Upper Des Momes want adsl Over 4,000 1 , 1&»;-J CIS la' * '1 "• ' . ••'•< , '.', 1 .fiilrtlt Jhis 'is what you ha>6 beeh lookihg for. ' '' , < • A last growing Old Line; Life Insurance Co. wants £ mam who must be 25 years old; 'wa^ff led* have a eat a'ttd • williHS to lm*h. We feach you all *h£ 'ptifi&pate aLttie* belling in the field, pay you a good salary while you leann, also keep a successful 'field nifnVwM 'you all Ih^'flm* you •nead one, so ?6u ettrtf fall. $6 vtiltti us all altoui yautftett. tl you mean business, give two references, who have •Jmown you'fhe pasi ten yieats. WM'le c/o Ma ' ' ,, ; I ' " t ;,J^uesdt|y.and Wednesday,?teiitcrtibc*-10-ll • The Ked Blooded Story of A Red Hoaddd Gifl!, BALL Algona H. S. vs. Lake Mills Local Field—8:00 p. m. SEPT. 1 ' • ' ' t: : " l - fc' -' : ' "- T ''' ' v Aarriissioh^-Seasdrii" Ticketi 5 itekmics^'v"^ • , Adnlt,' $1.67 plus 33c tax, $2.00 ' Student, 8.'5c .plus 17c tax, '$1.00 • i,,«•».• .' *' ' Single Admission—Adult 42c plus 8c tax, 50c ., Student, 29c plus Gc tax, 35c Under 7th Grade, 9c Brldo wf J*wl«tw nd vontjir«. . ^flttvo' ntlnw-N love! •Sci«'nplty'by'Mt4vlnU«vy ifld Fiinclt'Uoiiiil'Fittith • .maudHJ'MICHEL KMIKE • '««<i« t».GEORGE 'SHERMAN - <JehYourTfckets NOW! • For Our •' TWIN SHOty ;-Go r Hit.;;. ,, »•-••' . ','(.". V ' - : , ' Leon Etrbl "HAT CHECK HONEY" 3 Grand Bands -Freddie Stack, Harry Owens: '] ' Ted 'Weeffnfe Orchestras «&!$ m Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept JBf <> *M Sunday and .Monday, September 15-16 a 5 mi le wide 1 . tfvm: £?%•;• ; mm&' •^::^ • , '*W-*.;'.' •';.' A :.^.°^ V ' ;»^£ft..^. • '•'•'.•$*:: : •'•*•<. •••?%'• JOAN CAUlFliiD '~^A **^ ^ fa/ioswatesrt f: -. monsieur Beaucairr Added "Donald's Double TrouW PATR1C KMOWIB MARjOMit UtfHOiOv HAL WALLIS- th« producer of "Go$aWanea","loVi : Letters" and "Saratoga Tamk" now br>ng*iyou "The Searching Wind", bit most dramatic motion picture ,/^"t wanting to marry you : all my life I . . . / never * loved.Emily!" HAL WALLIS ,,««„« - t ,' "RdBERT SYLVIA ANN YOUNG • SIDNEY- RICHARDS l : HE5LtM'ANwSVS • DitKitd by \Vllliim Dleterlf/'.s<(Miif>i?Y by Lillian Hellrnan t A HAL WA : LLIS Produtlion A Pararnounl Picfure 11:30 P, M. Midnight-f-Ticikeis^n Sale Now, 50c i ^ , FOP <**•* A Thrill a' Minute! Paul Kelly «THE

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