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jv •" ,;-.», •." COLE1TA ELBERT WEDS, SEPT. 2 Whlttemoi'e: St.,Michflel's Catholic church was the-"'scene of a very, inipresslve wedding, Monday morn ng, Sept. 2, when Coletla El- fcert tfecame the bride of Francis k. Mullin,'son of- Mr, and Mrs. Frank 1 Mullin. of Brltt. .The Rev. C. Kneip, LeMars, Iowa, read the nuptial mass and double ring ceremony. jMr. and Mrs. Reinhard Sate, accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Fleming, sang and Mrs, Fleming played Lohengrin's march at ihe recessional. The bride was given in marriage toy 'her father Simon Elbcrt. She.was attired in a white satin gown with net overskirt, entrain with lace edged fingertip veil, adbttied. with seeded pearls. She! carried an arm bouquet of white roses centered .in a white satin ribbon* Mary Jane Uhlenake, cousin 6f the groom .attended the bride as maid of..honor. The groom was attended as .bestman by Edmund Elbert, brother of the bride, Harvey Mergen and.Hugh Mullin were ushers.. A wedding .breakfast was served at the John Uhlenhake home to the., bridal couple and Rev. C. Knelp, and the Rev. Raymond iPiclt. The yellow and white color scheme was carried out as well as at-the wedding dinner at noon at thej Franklin .hotel a,t West Bend to about 30 guests. Later in the af- tehfoon a reception was at the home of the 'bride's parents. Mrs. Mullin was a graduate of Presentation and has been employed at the Farmers State bank in Whlttemore. Mr. Mullirt finished his high school training in the public school at Britt, and attended .Iowa State college for three years, .being employed at the Farmers State bank when he entered the army and served for three years pf Which part of the time he was in Europe. After their wedding trip they will live in Whlttemore. ESTABLISHED 1065 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1946 Six Pages—Second Section VOL.81—NO.'38 Gas Fumes Ignite; 2 Burt Farm Buildings Burn CULLEN REUNION ATWHriTEMORE , Whitternore: -'Sunday the children of Mr. and Mrs. John Cullcn gathered at the parental home. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Clo Cullen, Jacksonville, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cullen and family, Flannagan, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cullen, Beaver Dam Wis.; Mr.' and Mrs. Steve Cole and family, Cedar Falls;. Mi', and Mrs. Joseph McTigue and family, Emmetsburg; Mr. and iMrs. Jack Gimley, Menlo Park, -Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Knoer, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert McTigue, Fort Dodge; Pat iLarkins,;LuVerne, Minn.: Pat Cullen, Algbna; Mr. .and. Mrs, Jerry McTigue, Emmetsburs; Alice Flynn, and Joe iFlynn, Mallard. , NEWSPAPER REACH OVER 4,100 FAMILIES EACH.ISSUE; ' v '- Ladles of" the Irving ton Church Will Serve Their Annual CHiekEN SUPPER At The Irvington Church THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 Serving Begins at 5 O'clock ' MENU Pried Chicken, Gravy, Baked Beans, Cabbage Salad, Sliced Tomatoes, Pickles; Rolls, Pumpkin Pic, Coffee. ' v /' Come early if possible an4 avoid the 6 o'clock rush. LANTERN STARTS A BLAZE AT CLARK COFFINS, SEPT. 3 Burt: Two small buildings belonging to Clairk .Coffin burned down Tuesday evening. One building was full of baled straw and the other Was a .tool shed which contained 60 gallons of gas. The buildings Were located on the farm just east of town, which Mr. Coffin farms. The fire department was called out and managed to save a large corn crib near the buildings Which burned. Mr. Coffin had gone to his farm about 8:30 p. mi. to look after some pigs. A truck was stalled just opposite the buildings and the driver asked him for gas enough ot-get into town. He went int6 the building containing the gas with a lantern and the gas fumes presumably chused he" fire. Mr. Coffin escaped without injury. CHICKEN SUPPER .Served by the VVhittemore Methodist Ladies WED., SEPT. 18 At the WhUtemore Methodist Church M»shcd Potatoes aXi| Gravy Paked'Beans Cabbaje s'alad *.,- PJe, CeiftsWaS Jfefl Entertain' at Supper— Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Faber entertained at supper Sunday night, Sept. 1 the, following: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schaller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schaller, Bennie and Richard Metzger of West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller aid dpusrhter of LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Matt Frideres and" daughter of Algona. and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shory of Charles City. The occasion was their daughter Kathleen's 5th birthday. Sinsrs at John Riebhoff san? at a wedding at the church of All Nations in Sioux City .3 week ago Saturday evening. John, who is a student at Morningside college, is at home on vacation, but his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff and daughter Lurena took him over'and attended the wedding. Supt. a Grandfather— Supt; and Mrs. W. B. Officer are grandparents since Thursday, when a daughter was born to Ensign 'and Mrs. Wallace B.' Officer Jr. at San 'Francisco,'Calif. Mrs.' Officer is the former .^Roberta Carney, daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Ed Carney, Algona. ,*' Mrs; "Bertha Wallace spent, last week with a friend at Clear Lake. The Sewing Circle met Fridav afternSon with Mrs. W. 'H. Vogel. . The 4-H club met Thursday ev- enin? at the home of Its leader L. H. Schenek. : John Riebhoff visited from Tuesday to Saturday'with relatives at Bricelyn, Minn. Mrs. H. S. Young, Osage, spent the weekend -at the home* of her mother- Mrs. W. A. Peters. F. L. Pratt and R. C. Dremmel went to Minneapolis Sunday where Mr. Pratt did Christmas buying. ' The Legion Auxiliary will meet for its monthly sewing meeting Wednesday, ,Sep$. 11 at the L. H. Schenek home. Mrs. R. J. Nealy Is entertaining the Algona' sewing ctub of which she. is a member, this week Tuesday afternoon.' The 'Lutheran Aid spclety met Thursday afternoon- with Mrs. Herman Bussle and Mrs. Homer Dodds as hostesses. ' • Mr. and Mrs, Hugh McDonald and baby returned Thursday from Browersvllle, Minn., where they had spent a few days. Mrs, Olof Olson, Lake Mills, visited from Monday to Wednies- day at the home of her Another Mrs. Anna .Toebben, • Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Lockwood were called to St. Ansgar Friday by news ,of the death qf a small niece pf Mrs. Lockwood's. ^ 'Marie Grover returned Thursday from Walker, Minn., where she had «spent a few days with Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace, Mr,: and Mrs. Ed Dugan. Hayward; Calif., visited from Wednes-' day to Friday at the home of Mr. Dugan's brother Jess Dugan. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Soretison and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bierstedt, Lone Rock, .returned a week ago Sunday from a three weeks trip in the west. Mr and Mrs. Harold Allison, Cedar Rapids, called 6n Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson Thursday morning, They were on their way to the Spencer fair. Albert and Ruth Chantland, Bode, spent the weekend with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Tootham; while their parents visited in WJscbnsin. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Waters, Waterloo, visited from Saturday to Monday a week ago at the A. G. Volentlne home. Mrs. Waters is Mrs. Volentine's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meaney, Man- Jy, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kienitz were dinner guests a week ago Sunday at the Clifford Holding home. Mrs. Tom'Frankl, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers and August Meyer. Algona, visited a week ago last Wednesday and Thursday at the R. C. Rehmers home at Watertown, Minn. Mrs. Albert Staehle received word Saturday of the birth af a grandnephew Paul F. Kriethe III, born September C to Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kriethe Jr., of Washington, D .C.'This is their first child. Mrs. Paul Macauley and son Donald and Mrs. Harold Steward f and daughter June were Mason City visitors Thursday. Donald has been suffering from an eye infac- tion and went there to be treqted. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller spent last. Monday afternoon and Tuesday at Ames and DCS Moines. They brought their son Lawrence and wife home for a visit here. Lawrence is attending Iowa State college at Ames. I - • Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle, St. Genevieve, Mo., came Thursday for a ••hort visit at the home of his brother Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle. The two went to Mason City Friday to ree their father who is a patient at Park hospial. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus spent \ week»aeo Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs, Ed Blumer in Algona. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Manus and their 'son George and family visited at the George 'Man-, us home at Northwood. ,*v *•• Dr.- F. E.' Burgess' cdn'Hucted the last quarterly conference at the Methodist church Thursday evening. F. L. Ryerson was elected lay delegate to conference with Mrs. W. J. Lockwopd as alternate! Mr. and Mrs. Jdm Smith are spending a week or two at the K. J. Smith home. . Richard Smith, who is .a student at Coe, is also soendine a week or two at home. Jim Smith will go to Iowa City this week where he will take work al :hp university. The W. S.- C. S, met in th Methodist church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. B. K Bahnson. Mrs. W. B. Officer and Lurena Wessel as hostesses. The vice president, Mrs. Sumner Par- orni"*, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Walter Campney had charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Kvalo, Wis- sonsln. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Macauley and son Donald, Mrs. Mary Steward and the Myron Meinzers. Seneca, .were supper guests Wednesday evenlne at the Harold Sto- Algona Girl Weds Swea Cityan In Double Ceremony On Sept. 1 Swea City: A double wedding of interest to this community was solemnized at Ifnmanuel Lutheran church Sunday, Sept. 1, at 8.p. m., when Katherine Nielson, Algona, became the bride of Leonard Larson, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John. Larson, Eagle township and Ellen Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John. Larson, became the bride of Wm. Klusendorf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman F. Klusendorf, Fairmont, Minn. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. A..M. Youngquist played a short program of organ music and Mrs. Truman Kittleson sang- . "At Dawning" and "I Love You Tru : ly." The service was read by the Rev. H. M. Youngquist, who used the double-ring ceremony. • The first couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nelson, sister and brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Their honorary, attendants were Janice Bervin and Laverne Larson, and Darlene Nelson and Dianna ..Cross-ley were their flower girls. Ellen Larson was attended by Mrs. Russell Davis, sister of the bridegroom, and Mr. Klusendorf's best man was his cousin, Franci Scheff. Honorary attendants of this couple were and Ellen Klusendorf. Mary Their flower girls were Marlys Harris and Victoria Procknaich. The four rings were carried by two little boys. Ushers were Lily Kline and Richard O'Green, cousins of the two bridegrooms. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at Luther Hall, where • congratulations were received and a wedding supper was served. Pastor Youngquist acted as toastrriaster for .a program which followed. Mr. and Mrs. Larson will live on the former Magnus Larson farm, which they have bought. •] Mr. and Mrs. Klusendorf will live in Fairmont, where they nave bought a house, and where Mr. Klusendorf police force. .works on the SEES SISTER FOR FIRST TIME 33 YEARS, IRVINGTON Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Gray of Pottresville, Calif., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Greenfield, Mrs. Gray being Mi. Greenfield's sister. The reunion has ibeen more pleasant due to the fact that brother and sister, had not met for thirty-three -years. Las Thursday evening the Grays and Greenfields with their daughter Edith were entertained at Mr. and Mrs. Harold Currans at Corwith for 13 birthday dinner honoring the .71st Greenfield. birthday of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause have' been .-visitiriig relatives m Milwaukee. John Weber went to Iowa City a week ago last Sunday for medical treatment. '. Mrs. Agatha Hansen and Mrs. Francis Larsen are the newteach- ers in school Dist. No. 9. John Reding is having his barn and corn • crib repaired. Davis is doing 'the work. "Buck 1 ' ward 'home. Mr. and Mrs. Kvalo had been married at Fairmont, Minn., that afternoon, Mr, and Mrs. H, A, Thomnsor. and daughter Barbara arid Mrs. Gerta Thompson left Sunday for MBirshalltown where Mrs. Gertn Thompson visited at the home of h^r daughter Mrs. Earl Girton, while the others went on to Dubu- aue where Barbara will again attend Dubuque university. : Ray Blair of near Lamoni reports lightning struck twice on his place last week. A milk cow was killed in the team Jot and two head of stock cattle, 80 rods-away, were also killed. PUBLIC AUCTION f- ' * , School Hoiwe and land in District NP, 6, Whittemore To\^8hip, »t 2;00 p, m, Georga Ann is the name Mr. and Mrs. George Skare have selected for their new daughter. Violet Larson of Roland has been, visiting with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Rasmie Hansen. -Mrs ; Mamie Frankl and Mrs. Marie Frankl returned recently from a month's vacation spent in Colorado. Cassie Skilling has returned to Washington, D. C., after a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dick. Skilling. The many friends of A. L. Jordon will .be pleased to learn he is WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS recuperating nicely from his cent operation. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hurt and daughter attended the Clay county fair last week. The Hurt's reside in the elevator house. ' On Aug. 31 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Colwell and family motored to ,Fcrt Dodge to attend the Colwell- Black family reunion. •. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole have completely modernized their home .which they purchased some time ago from .Jessie Smith. ,. Dewey. Skilling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Skilling, was discharged from the service in July and has now enrolled at Ames for the fall semester. Chas. Cunningham and Leon Frank of Blue Earth visited last week at the John Webers. Charles, former Irvington youth, is the son of Mr./and Mrs. Clem Cunning- 'ham. . Irvington,I's 4-JI gij-ls.club will meet on Sept. 16 with Ardis Bosworfch. This will be Ardis' last meeting as she plans to leave soon to enroll as .3 cadet nurse for nurses training. Mr. and .Mrs. Merle Weaver and Merle's mother Mrs. Matilda Weaver are living in the apartment t over .the former Frankl store. Merle 'is employed at the LEDYARD WOMAN HAS HEART ATTACK Ledyard: Mrs. Karl Krammers- meier was taken seriously ill with a heart attack on last Wednesday. She had been ill with the flu for a week or so and her daughter Mrs. Hugh Bortz of near Spencer was here helping care for her. She is somewhat improved at this writing. , T-Sgt. and Mrs. M. B. Douglas visited last week Tuesday at the R. B. Rogness home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oswald of Mankato visited at the parental Herb Zieiske home last Sunday. Joan Gable left Sunday for Cedar Falls. She has enrolled in commerce at Iowa State Teachers college. Mrs. Billy McDonald and small daughter Becky Jo of Atlanta, Georgia, came last Sunday to visit a week at the Jack McDonald home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson left Saturday for Cedar Fails where Mr. Wilson has enrolled' at Iowa Stale Teachers college for pre- medic work. The Methodist W. S. C. S. will entertain the W. S. C. S. societies firm Grant, Elmore, Lakota, Buffalo Center and Swea City on Thursday -at the church. Supt. and Mrs. S. R. Knutsen and four sons of Hutchinson. Minn., visited last Sunday and Monday wi.th Supt. and Mrs. R. B. Rogness. .Mrs. Knutsen is Mr. Rog- ss' sister. Glenn Dyer returned Wednesday from a motorcycle trip to Washington, D. C., Where he visited h's brother Joe. Glenn expects to leave soon to enter the law college at the state university. Betty Lew.is left Monday for her home in Denver, Colo, after spending the summer with her aunt and family the Wilson Bracks. Her uncle Hugh Lewis took her to Ames .and put her on th<= train for Denver. Mrs. Herbert 'Zieiske tindj Mrs. Arthur Zieiske were hostesses to the Evangelical and Reformed Women's Guild at the -church on Thursday. Rev. Nuss led devotions .and articles were read • by Mrs. Elmer Junkermeier and Mrs.'' Art Runkesmeier. The hostesses next month \vill :be Mrs. Warner Beenken and Mrs. J. C. Blorrie. trict president. Mrs. Mary Kelly! of Garner accompanied Mrs. | Strake. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba of Clear Lake, a member of the local unit was also in attendance. Herman Bode attended the August Straub cattle sale at Manly Thursday. Mrs. Bode and daughter Marlene accompanied him to Mason City where they visited Wesley Auxiliary Is Host At A Party Thursday, Sept. 5 Gerald Frankl farm. Camilla Frankl returned home Wesley ' The' American T win- on Sept 2 after having been grad- < Auxiliary' held f t £ lencan . Le « 1 °-' uated from nurses training at Mercy hospital in Des Moines However sh"e plans on remaining at home for a rest before following her profession, Mrs. Vera Dutton Arnold and daughter Barbara Whalen of Omaha visited here last week witii friends and relatives. Mrs. Arnold will 'be better remembered here as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J Dutton for many years owner of the general merchandise store. OTTOSEN •INVITES YOU TO ITS CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION / ' THURSO AY AND FRIDAY SEPT. 12-13 "- « > . DANCING TWO,NIGHTS SOFTBALL BASEBALL St. J ys. W§5t Rend, F*Way, STRERT 3FQKTS ; HORSESHOES A QI4OT MID Vf AY §HO W membership party Thursday evening and a good crowd attended. Lois Bleich rendered a piano solo followed by a very interesting talk on the meaning and accomplishments of the Legion and Auxiliary -by Mrs. Mae Strate of Garner, a past 8th dis- Alvina pppedahl of Chicago spent last week at her parental Mrs. T.illie Loebig home. Jack Lickteig entered the Mercy hospital in Mason City Thursday for treatment of malta fever. Martin Alne and son Harold of Vermillion, S. D.. visited sevpral Havs last week at the Sam Alne home. Mrs. Anna Severseike of Story City came Wednesday evening for a visit at the home of her daughter Mrs. Sam Alne. The C. D. of A's. met Wednesday evening in the parish hall. A party for their husbands was planned for Tuesday evening, Sept. 17, Mrs. R. C. Bauer, Ralph, Bernadette and data Lou went to Milwaukee Tuesday and Bernadette entered St. Mary's academy. The Study club will meet Thursday afternoon. Sept. 12 at the home of Mrs. Alfred Erdman. Mrs. August Studer will have the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson and M>rs. Maud Smith of Leaven- '"orth, Kansas, visited at the Harry Thompson home several days last week. John Dickteig and son Jack have begun a repair and redecorating .iob on the outside of the residence purchased from Emma Studer last spring. Mrs. Tony Hildman and daughter Lois attended the wedding of the latter's friend Helen. Cullen nncl Tom Brady at Emmetsburg Wednesday morning. G. L. Olson returned to Minneapolis Thursday to continue his work in that state as salesman. Mrs. Olson teaches the first four grades in the public school. The Catholic Missionary Society met Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 4 with Mrs. August Gai-man and her .mother Mrs. Rose Laux as hostesses. The next regular meeting will be Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 17 instead of Wednesday, Sept. 18. .Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman left Tuesday for a few days outing. They spent Tuesday night in St. Paul; visiting their two- daughters and' their "families, 'the Herman Lyons and Delmar Pommerenings. JVIrs. Clarence Nelson entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon. Her mother Mrs. Ign Eisen- bachor was a guest. Mrs. Norbert Hiilbert won high score prize and Mrs. George Kemper travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Studer, Mark Studer and Mildred Fox accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Roland Waldsmidt spent the labor day weekend at the John Welter home in East Dubuque. Mrs. Welter is the former Zita Studer. DAIRY CATTLE CONGRESS Dairy Industry's Greatest Show „ National Belgian Show Hundreds of Educational & Industrial displays Complete Women's Dept. Thrilling Hippodrome Show .. twice dally SEPTEMBER 30-OCT. 6 WATERLOO, IOWA BUY your printed or engravpri It costs less than ONE CENT PER HUNDRED READERS to advertise in The Algona Upper Des Moines. REMEMBER.fie Sure Your FURNACE IS A GREEN COLONIAL VouH 3 c| matt • comfort. convtnltoM «nd economy • •' ww Grt» Colonial Som. modeb m tviiUbU •:•• Place •wntht r n * w *^Tfn ****»*w»»i»ana«i«j*BaBj MgpV. ..:_ ; v '• - (•:;, COAL . . . GAS . . . OIL ...... 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