The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1946 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1946
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?",-„<«"• 7r PAGE SIX. LESTER REISEM OF BUFFALO CENTER WEDS NEW YORKER Lakotn: Lester Reisen, son of Lars Reiseni of Buffalo Center, was married at the Lutheran church in Buffalo Center, Saturday evening, September 8, to Angela Caddick, daughter of Chester Cnddick of Flushing, N. Y., in a doubly ring ceremony with the REV. R. L. Ttolltgnc officiating. Mary Person of Ames, cousin of the groom, was maid of honor and Mclvin Olson, Ltvkotn, was best man and Henry Slocnhard and Lawrence I.t'wis, Liikota, acted as ushers. A reception was held in the church -parlor following the ceremony and the newly-weds arc- honeymooning at Lake Okobnji. Lester was born and reared on a farm northeast of Lakota and his mother passed away several years ago. After Lester went into service his father sold ihe.'l'arni to Ahrend Hans and movc'rl to Buffalo Center. He graduated from Ledyard consolidated school with the class of 1937. He served in the navy and since being discharged has been attending Iowa State college. Son for tlic Becks— Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beck are parents of a 7'a Ib. son born to them at the Buffalo Center hospital recently. He has been named Robert. Briggsvllle, WIs., spent last week visiting Mr and Mrs. W. -E. Gutknecht, Roland Smith Sr. and family and Mrs. Delia Smith. Allan, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Emory :Smith, celebrated his 8th 'birthday la$t -week Wednesday with a'party and 16 friends as guests. Games and eats furnished, entertainment. Mesdames Larry Stafford and' Elmer Paulson were hostesses to the Amvets .Auxiliary nt the town hall last-week Wednesndy evening. The annual Fofget-me-not sale will be .-held Saturday. Sept. 19. Several carloads of women frmr> 'he .Lutheran and Methodist "hurches attended a guest day of the-W. S..C. S. at Ledyard Thtirs- •lav afternoon and report a splendid program followed by ice cream cake and a social hour. A large crowd from surounding town? were present. To Business School— Marcus Rippentrop left last week Monday for Des Moines to enroll in A. I. B. college. Mr. and Mrs. George Enncn were hosts at a family dinner last week Sunday honoring Mrs. Ennen's brother Marcus Rippentrop. Wesley Puts Two Pin Teams Into Action Wesley:" Two Wesley bowling teams are swinging into an act ive season. Both are in the Kossuth 'League. The .Bauer Implement team consists of Tom McMahon, E. M. Olson, Frank Bleich, Lael Root, Tom Forburger and Charles Mullin. On the other team, sponsored by the Mullins Hybrid Seed Corn Co. of Corwith are Ed Weig, L. L. Pfeffer, Paul Erdman, Richard Grifhorst, Jim Walker and Paul Engen. Plan Supper And Bazaar At Sexton For September 26 Sexton: The Sexton W. S. C. 9. met at the home of Mrs. Will Wermersen Thursday afternoon and plans were made for the'ir annual bazaar and chicken supper to be held Thursday evening, Sept. B6. The next meeting of the society will be held October 10 at -the home of Mrs. Arthur Olson and election of officers will be held. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hammond, near Algona, were Sexton callers 'Friday evening. Mrs. Kate Esser returned to her home at Cyl!nd<.r Tuesday •ifternoon after a visit since Sun- dny with her daughter and hus- ALCSOKA wmt BIS Rtoim ALGONA IOWA „ ter's >ba'by daflghter Mary. Afttt Of near whitlernore were Friday afternoon vfs*itoi's at the home-of their mother and grandmother* Mrs. Sarah 'Wise. «M^, . -<..(„ J, 1 ...«. «*£,M*<**,: band, Mr. and Mrs> Martin Miffi" bach. Mr. and MM. Aloys'ius .Kirseto* baum, Crystal Lake, were visiting in Sexton Thursday afternoon with his mother lay Mrs. Lena Kirschbaum and his ' brother August and family. Arthur Greenfield ahd daughter Edith former's of .Irvington brother-in-law, the Mr, Gray who With his Wife .is visiting the Greenfield home, Were Sexton tellers last week Mon-< day. Mr. and Mrs, Herman Wise and daughter Chnflotte, 'Rehwick, accompanied by Hermann's mother Mrs, -Sarah Wise, -Mtere Mason City visitors 'thuwday at the' home of Mr. .and rMi%:*M||ek Wise arid family. ..?%';' Mrs. Henry Plumps anc daughters Doris of 1 'Aj&ona one Mrs. .Garnet Piokord dhd th« lat- Win Wesley: The Jurtior-'Senioi' hunt of the public school WaS held last Thursday evening. The Juniors lost, so they treated the seniors to refreshments Has Leg Ifl Cftst Ledyari; has beeri Itofeert tJyef, hospital' at who feito ffof foUf .WeekS is thfc result df a Bfokeft let, suffered ift art accident, caftie 'home last Thursday, His leg is still in a cast and he on Crutches for some time. He is a Senior in high sdhool. x tVANf ADS HIMNQS Enters Nurse Sclwdl dftUghter E^dtTidH, Went Sundayt and <(ent .School of : , JP.atiy, A youngest of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred to Sioux ... .the 9t» Nursing. graduated .from .the local sdhool .last spring. .FAMILII ADS' Ift Ttt ,__.OVSR4, ISSUE- I To Beauty School— Elaine Koppen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kopprn, who graduated from Lakota high school last spring, and Genevieve Henning left the first of September for DCS Moines where they arc attending the Wiley University of Beauty Culture. Two Birthday Parties— Little Albert Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Becker, celebrated his 3rd birthday with a family gathering Monday, Sept. 9. Roger Rippentrop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curt Rippentrop, celebrated his 8th birthday with a parly recently with 15 little friends as guests. Games and birthday cake and ice cream furnished entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Wilforcl Raclig of Lone Rock, visited Mrs. Radig's mother Mrs. Rose Ralmstock and her grandmother Mrs. Marie Ebert last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine spent .last week Tuesday visiting the Alfred Jergensons at Lone Rock. Mrs. Jergenson was formerly Genevieve Altwegg. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nugent, 9 I I I Not a Poor Field Yet Farn-,c : r O. F. Steltcr. Bloomer, Wisconsin, says: "I have watched other fields of Car- Kill corn as well as mine and have not seen a poor field of Carffill corn yet." Carjjill Hybrid Seed Corn is sold in AlRona by FITCH FEED STORK, Milwaukee Depot Corner. i i i i 1 Jot It Down MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 Albrecht's special show- ing of fur coats at Christensen's Algona's iStyle Center YES, OUR NEW FURNACE Will BE A GREEN / COLONIAL Vou'll get mote comfort, convenience «nd economy n a new G(e«n Colom«L . _ Some modeli a ( < available A % now. Place your order now. The demand it 4i«n the immediate supply. COAL . . . GA& . . . OIL BLOWERS Whether you prefer coat, oil. 01 g*» thcrc'i * specially deigned Green Colon.ol Furnace to iniuif youi comfort. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREEnCOLOniRL FURIlflCE SERVICE Wed Forty Years Burt: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Odev Cherland, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bussie, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reynolds helped them celebrate that evening. Burt: The Lutheran Aid society entertained at a Guest day, Thursday afternoon, with more than 100 present. Delegations were guests from Whittemore and West Bend. Rev. Wiese, Lake View, former army chaplain, lectured and showed pictures and curios. Boy's Leg Broken Swea City: George Hethershaw, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hethershaw, is laid up at home with a broken leg, result of a fall when his bike collided with a truck driven by Floyd Montgomery. Worst luck, to him, is that he cannot .play baseball. CORRECTION In reporting the sale of the L. E. Stephens farm last week, it was stated that Mr. Stephens was a retired rural mail carrier As a matter of fact Mr. Stephens is an active rural mail carrier. MASONRY FOR FARM CONSTRUCTION THAT CAN'T WAIT Tell us what you want to build and we'll give you a free estimate. Prompt Deliveries J. I. Merryman & Sons West side of Fairgrounds Until your new ear comes.. •/ s , Let Hudson Protective Service keep you in the driver's seat Why you should see llic New Hudson Never before in history have so many thousands chosen Hudson as the car they want most to drive. And never before has Hudson offered so much in luxurious, dependable motoring. Smartly styled exteriors and wholly new interiors are capturing hearts across the nation. Hudson Super-Six and Super-Eight engines provide outstanding performance. And Hudson's tested en- ginecring means top safety 'and endurance. Your neighborhood Hudson dealer is one of 3,000 chosen on merit to sell and service these grand new cars. See him today. . It's our job to keep you in the driver's seat,.. • In n grand now rfudisoii, just fts soon its we cnn make delivery. • Op In n good iiScd.cnr—; ._• • Or in your present cnr, backed by expert service that wilt stretch its operating life, keep it safer and more dependable, and ' assure a.higher value when you trade it in <m a new Hudson., We ate doing our level best to meet the greatest demand we'have ever known for Hudson style, performance and dependability. Surely you owe it to yourself to see these brilliant 1946 cars, and let us explain the delivery situation. Then look to us for the kind of service that will keep you rolling—and happy—until you can become the proud owner of the greatest new car in Hudson history. HUDSON Taylor LOOKS LIKE PORK IS **« THAT WAS A GOOD ONE THE VETS PUT ON LAST WEEKEND HERE'S A SAMPLE OF WHAT YOU'LL FIND IN THE OL.' ( WESTERN BUYERS CORRAL ALMOST ANY DAY NOW—

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