The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 10, 1946
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1946 [EVEYN BEXELL OF tA CITY, BRIDE IN SEPTEMBER 4 Irs. . City: Evelyn Bexoll, IdaugHicr of,;Mr. arid Mrs. Robert jffi SweS City, and Paul OlV Sjn of the Rev. Mr. and Fred Olson, ChlsholmV tinn.fcwere married Wednesday, Sept. |4, at 3:30 p. m. at-Immnn- E! Mitheran church. 7 Just before the ceremony -Mrs. liPhilitJ: Holcomb at the organ several selections. Phyllis ^ndelfson sang "The Pledge" and F'Bloss; This' House." fliS> wedding service was read Jiby the Rev. E^fett Bexell, Ifbrothdr of the biifdi, and the IfRev. "Mr. Olsort, father of the Iigroorn. The double ring cere- "ijmonyl was used. During the service the Lord's was sung by Pastor A. The; bride came to the altar on'ln .of her father. Her,gowh f white |iatin was made with a Bghtfbddice and full skirt. The t |vvas of net over satin, and tormid a long train. The. maid of honor was Orpha Austfa, Minneapolis. Brraesrnaids were Helen Hpl- [combp Redwing, Minn., cousin of I the bfide; and Ruth Oredson, St. "James, Minn. Carmen Nelson i was flower»girl and Luther Bex- kell, nephew of the''bride, carried i the. rings on a white satin pil- 'jlow. The bridegroom's attendant vas his brother James Olson. iReyhbld iV Holcomb, ' Guckeen, Minn., and Louis Almen'Hudson, Wis., were ushers. Initfledlately after the Ceremony a reception was held at Luther hall. The bride is 'a graduate, of Bethesda Hospital, St. Paul, and •was college nurse' at Gustavus college, St. Peter. ' The bridegroom is a theological student at Edmonton, Can. , The couple left for a honey- hear Duluth. LUVERNE SHOWER FOR FUTURE BRIDE Lu Verne: Mrs. Fred Baum- gartrier entertained at a miscellaneous shower on Aug. 30 honoring hcf daughter ' Thclmsi Baurngartner of Fort Dodge. Thirty ladies attended the courtesy, The .,. afternoon was spent at garnes in charge of Mrs. Wayne Sanford and Mrs. Wilder iRockwood. The honored guest then opened iher many beaufa'ul gifts. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. • Out-of-toown ladies who attended were Mrs. Kelsey Burtis of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Donald Frns- er and daughter Donna of Burt, Mrs. George Hoto'bs of Algona, and Mrs. Arthur Satre of Rockford, 111. ' • Thclrna is engaged to marry Durwood Burtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Burtis of Fort Dodge. The wedding date has not been ^set., The brid-elect is employed" at Fort- Dodge. Mr. Burtis, who^received his honorable discharge from the navy last May after three years of service, is now employed at the Tobin Pat-king Co. plant at Fort Dodge.. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! K.< %' £?, 5§ ,*'?' !*»• .f.' w 'i' I {' V 'i. •(, > •/' « I i !•. Phone 520-W * For Prompt Service On 1 BOTTLED '.>•• . -. . GAS ' 20 Years Experience — No Red Tape — Dependable Delivery — Just Phone Us a and We'll Do the Rest. ^|, - Bjustrom's . .. '-. Furniture Co. Established 1925 Algona, Iowa ; ,. . . . • i 1 ' , •'•..'" .>^ . - .. . I'..! As Materials Become Available, We Are Prepared to Assist You Through Our Property Improvement Plan for ' Home Modernization / * • • Investigate This Plan Now If You Contemplate Building or -' , Modernizing Gome in and Talk li Over F. S. NORTON & SON ; / ,. 2 • PHQNE229 >. , , " LEOKINSETHSOF BODE OBSERVED 25TH ANNIVERSARY 'Bode: Sunday, Sept. 1, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kijiseth celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with open house. One hundred and fifty callers throughout the afternoon and evening wore served a lunch and spent little time visiting with the -honored, couple. Mrs. Kinseth was attired in a lovely jink dinner dress, wearing a white gardenia corsage. Amffng out-of-town callers were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stamper, Gilmore City; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kinseth, Foil Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kinseth, Lu Verne; Mrs. D. R. Dindsay, Chicago; Cadet Nurse Vivian Kinseth, Minneapolis. Back From Vacation Mr. and Mrs. A. H. -Jlanson, Audrey and Robert have returned from a throe weeks vacation at Lutsen, Minn., and Canada. Will He-Enter College Roland M. Torgcrson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Torgerson of Sacramento, Calif., arrived in Bode August 31 by plane_ as far as Omaha, and his brother met him in Fort Dodge. He will remain here till he re-enters Luther college, September 22, where he was a former student. Holds Family Dinner Mrs. Ole Torgerson entertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor of Holland Torgerson, who has arrived from Sacramento, Calif., where he had been at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Torgerson since his discharge from army service early in the-summer. His brother'Ev- erett, who has been here since his discharge, from the army air corps, was also present. Enrolls ai Minnesota U Cadet Nurse Vivian Kinseth, who has been spending a part of her vacation at her home here, has left for Chicago, where she will spend the remaining time at the home of her aunt Mrs. D. R. Lindsay. Returning by plane to Minneapolis, where she is enrolled 'at the University of. Minnesota for the corning year in cadet nurse's training. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Garigestad' attended the state fair on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tofteberg have named their baby daughter Rochelle Gene. •Mr. and Mrs. Loren Eastman attended the circus in Fort Dodge September,; „!;: '••,' v -Mrr*imd- MrseTA , Audrey 'and Robert, Spent : Labor day in Rolfe and| Hum&bldt; Mrs. Roy Davis of Algona was a guest of Mrs. Viola Thompson Monday and attended Lars Larson's funeral. • , Mrs. Julius Opheinv after a weekend visit at the home of her sister Mrs. Andy Olson, has returned to her hjome in Ames. On August 31 at Hutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Selvig. i She has 'been -named Sandra 'Lee. ' ^ Jean Bergum • and Stanley Townswick have returned 'from Tewaukee.Wis^, where they were employed at a summer" resort near there. ^ Mr. 'and Mrs. Otto Knudsen of Algona, accompanied by Mrs. A. H. Hanson, Audrey and Robert attended the circus in Fort Dodge Saturday. Mrs. Viola Thompson 'and Elwood spent three flays, in Des Moines last 'Week, visiting points of interest and attending the Centennial fair. ' ^ . Roger Olson is home from Ames for a three weeks vacation at Iowa State- college. Roger is a senior there \this coming year, majoring in architectural engineering, A daughter, was born 'to Lieutenant and Mrs. Herbert Larson in the Hawthorne hospital at Hawthorne, Calif., Thursday, August 29. She has been named Linda Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M, Edgerton have returned to their home in San Diego, Calif,, after a ten-day visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mads Gunderson and other relatives, Mrs. Gertrude Lotson of Whittier, Calif., and Mrs. James Miller and daughters Mary and Ruth of Pasadena, have returned to their hdmes after a visjt at the h'ome of" Mr. and Mrs. P. *O. Esmay. They were enroute from New Jersey, where they had accompanied Mrs, Miller's husband who sailed for army service in Germany. •* .... COST ADVERTISING — That's what you get in Upper De? Moines wa,nt ads! Over 4,000 "Afcrry STORE WITH coyNTRV PRICES" .ALGONA UPPER DBS MolfNES, ALGONA IOWA ~ mann and Harold, Helen, Marjorie and Maurice Bormann attended a chicken supper and a dance at St. Mary's church, Mallard, Tuesday evening, Aug. 27. Mrs. Will Reding and Marcil helped Mrs. Reding's parents, the Jacdb Garmans, Minneapolis, move into a home they purchased recently, the latter part of this week. Relatives from here attended the tenth- wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mori in Fort Dodge Sunday evening, Sept. !.• Mr. and Mrs.' M. T. McGuire received a telephone call from ttreir son Donald Thursday night, tha"t he had landed in a west coaSt-port. Don served in the U. S. Marines for 21 months, Mr. and Mrs. George Bormann and.George Jr. and Marcel and Stella 'Mae Roding took 'the Sisters to St. Joe fishing last Tuesday at Lost Island. FfVM Party At John Baas* Home Union: A group of Union folks were entertained at 7 o'clock dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Baas near Whittemore Sunday, Sept. 8. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Heerdt and fafriily, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner, R. W. Will and daughter Martha and Alice, Louis Bode family and John Leininger. ST. JOE SCHOOL IS RESUMED MONDAY 'St. Joe: School opened Monday, Sept. 2, in St. Joe. Sister Clare Tcrese is principal. Other high school teachers are Sister Utropia and Sister Casserino, Sister Agnes Marie teaches grades 1 and 2; Sister Dorothea, 3 arid 4; Sister Phillipi. Marie, 5 and 6; Sister Carilas, 7 and 8; Sister M. Marion is music teacher.- Father Geo. J. Theobald is religious instructor. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thilges and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider left Saturday for a two weeks visit in Chicago. Mr. and Mfrs. Matt Kellner, Livermore, are caring for the Thilges sons during t'heir parents' absence. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann spent last week-end with Mr. Hermann's uncle, the George Kleins, Watk"ins, Mirm. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding spent from Tuesday until Saturday touring northeast Iowa. Mary .Evelyn and Roger Bormann attended to the duties at the Reding home. "Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bormann and sons and Helen Bormann returned Monday after visiting Mrs. Bormann's relatives at Earling several days* Mr. and Mrs. Art Illg, Marjorie, Lucille, Francis, and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bor- Honor St. Joe Girl At Shower, Sept* 1 St. Joe: A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower was given Sunday, Sept. 1, in St. Joseph's hall for Thelma Bormann. Miss Bor- rnann was married this morning to Edwin Thilges of West Bend. Court Whist was enjoyed by the guests with Mrs. Nick Mergen' receiving high score. Mrs. Kate ' (Peck had low score. Door prize was given to Mrs. Ralph Kramer. The bride-to-be received [many useful gifts. i Relatives from a distance attending the shower were Mrs. Steve Devine, Corwith; Mrs. Adam Reding and Dorothy, Rodman; Mrs. Julian Gartner, Mrs. Ray Gartner, Mrs. Ole Proahl, all of Maploton, Minn. May Move Ralph Harberts Home Soon Union: Mrs. Ralph Harberls spent some time last Week at the Rudolph Will home. Her husband, who was injured in Pennsylvania, may get to come home sooner than was thought. Hii would have to be moved on a stretcher and placed in a cast after his arrival home. RHEUMATISM and ARTHRITIS I suffered for years and am so thankful that I am free from pain and able to do my work that I will gladly answer anyone writing me for information. Mrs. Anna Pautz, P. O. Box 825, Vancouver, Wash. Pd. Adv. NUE-OVO Laboratories 42tf Portable Grinding Let me do that job for you at home. Reasonable prices. ' ' Phone Algona 541-W or Whittemore 2331 L. J. DOYLE RUPTURED? Well know truss expert to demonstrate marvelous new Howard truss. No leg straps to gauld, no knobs to enlarge open? ing Has flat spong rubber pads deferred to hold like a pair df hands. It's sanitary. Can be washed. ITtftettt j-ottr health, I£ you can't be helped you will be told so frankly. CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause pains or nervousness. Has brought correction and new comfort to thousands. No obligation. No treatments-Call for evening appointment. GEO. L. COOK WILL BE AT ALGONA WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18th ALGONA HOTEL Hours: 9 A. M. to 12 Lost Our Lease! H'e arc interested in the lensc or [Hircliase of property suitable to oilr Inisiness, and in Algonn. . Will Jic interested in suitable vacant property on wlilch to build. Kossuth County Hatchery Address care Spencer Chick Hatchery, Spencer, la. 7cn.yic£Ion! Totft&iutts! Us* UUlAM FARM AUCTION As I have decided to quit farming, I will sell the following described property at my farm, £ mile north and mile west of Lone Rock; or 4i miles east of Fenton; or 1 mile north and 5 miles west of Burt, on SALE STARTS AT 12 NOON PROMPTLY LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 10 FIVEHQLSTEINS Head of Milk Corn TWO BROWN SWISS TWOREDPOLLED 10 ONE GUERNSEY EfcTRA GOOD^-HAVE SUPPLIED LONE ROCK WITH MILK FOR THE PAST TWO YEARS 1 Holstein heifer coming 2 years old; 1 Holstein heifer calf, 3 mos. old; 1 bull coming 2 yrs. old (Holstein); 1 Holstem bull, 5 mos. old; ; Jl x • 1 white face bull, 7 mos. old; 1 white face calf. 46 Head Spring Pigs-Weight About 150 Ibs. 46 * '•''• ' *f*~ ' '•*'*«'-A' " ' '' " " %• Farm Machinery McCormick-Deering corn binder; 1 Minnesota binder; John Deere 15-ft. disc; McCormick-Deerlng 6 ft. No. 7 mower; John Deere spreader; 1 four-section harrow; McCormick-Deering 16-in. plow; walking: plow; John Deere 999 corn planter with wire; Farmers' Friend 40-ft. elevator with hoist and speed jack; Gail 10-in. ham- mermill; Minnesota 12-ft ha^ rake; single-row cultivator; McCormick-Deering seeder with grass seed attachment; wagon and hay rack; wagon box. Form Equipment—Miscellaneous Tractor chains; belts—one 8"-40' long, one 4"-12 ft. long, one 8"-60 ft, long; Surge dairy water heater; shingles; 1 oil brooder stove'; 1 electric brooder stqve; 12 chicken feeders; chicken water- ers; electric fence*; one ton fertilizer^ wooden gates; 10 steel ppsts; 5 creosotei corner posts; 200 rods barbed wire; 2 tree sprayers; some lumber; 4 lawn chairs; 1 croquet set; tools; hay slings; 14-ftr ladder, 2 brooder bxmses Wxl2; 1 brooder house 7x14; 1 hog house 10x12; 1 175 YEAR OLD HENS. 450 LEGHORN PULLETS. THIS IS ONE OF CXXTTON HATCHERY'S FLOCKS. individual hog house; 1 feed house, 6x10; 1 feed box 4x14; 140 bates straw; 100 bales clover hay; water tank with hog watering fountain; tank heater; feed cooker; 5 slat porn crijbs; 6Q-bu. hog self-feeder; 1 set harness and collars; Chore. Boy milkiiig machine just overhauled; milk cans, pails and strainers; McCormick-Deering cream separator No. 4; 40 acres good corn in field; (if interested see this before sale date), . * ,, i * * SOME HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT$ND OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION, \ '' USUAL TERMS •i^f, 'v$ , ,^ 'Jl,

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