The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1946 · Page 2
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( PAGE TWO Attention Rebekahs— There will be a meeting of the Robekah lodge October R in the now hall under the White Front on the corner of Thorington and Slate. All members nro asked to wear house dresses. Luncheon for Mrs. Goedcrs— Mrs. Campbell Hmvtphrey en- ALGONA UPPEft OBS tertained at a luncheon Thursday for Mrs. Dennis Goeders. Other guests were Mrs. D. D. Paxson, Mrs. Don Hutchison, Mrs. H. M. Smith, Mrs., Walter Jensen, Mrs, Emily Spencer, Mrs. Cydney Laird, and Mrs. Howard French of TitonUn. The afternoon was spent at bridge, prize winners being Mrs. French and Mrs. Hutchison. , ALGONA, tOWA NO. 22 OF A'CKNTENNFAI, YEAR SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County Floyd T. Bode One of Plum Creek township's well-known younger farmers is Floyd T. Bode. Floyd rents 215 acres from his father, Harry ,T. Bode, who is one of KosSuth's pioneer farmers. Floyd has farmed the place since 1940. His work with Holstein breeding- stock has become widely known throughout this section. At present, Floyd is milkinff 18 head, and has a fine crop of young stock and bulls. His work in this direction has caused him to IIP active in the Holstein Friesian Association, and he is a great enthusiast for improving dairying through developing finer breeding stock. Floyd also has 82 head of hogs, with 11 brood sows. His last litters averaged 7'/i little pigs each. His beans look good this year, he says, and might make 30 bushels. Floyd's corn looks good, has filled out wonderfully, and wind did hot do much damagp. Rotation of crops is a biff item with Floyd Bode. He seeds down about \'\ of the farm every year for pasture and runs the cattle into it. He likewise makes good use of commercial fertilizer, and is intent on maintaining the soil's fertility. Last but not least by any means, the Floyd Code's have two small children—one boy a year old and a daughter going on four—both of them bright as a silver dollar. IOWA FACTS Yankee cight-rowcd-corn, Canada Club wheat and Norway oats were three of the earliest crops grown in Kossuth county. Our business is "money"—and putting it to judicious use in furthering the business and agricultural interests of our community. We welcome opportunities to discuss ways in which "our business" can be of service to you. IOWA M TAT RALPH MILLER, President HAROLD CILMORE, Cashier ROV McIMAHON, Asst. Cashier WHAT is * PHARMACIST •jf The function of the pharmacist is distinct 1 and set apart from that of the physician. As pharmacists, we are trained and skilled in the art of compounding and dispensing medicine. We are not qualified to diagnose your ills nor to prescribe the proper medication. Waste and suffering commonly result from experimenting with various forms of self-medication. • Go to your physician first. After a careful examination be will tell you whether or not medicine will help. If he gives you a prescription, bring it to us for expert compounding. You will find our facilities and service adequate to every need. THUENTE PHARMACY PHONE ALGONA IOWA Alig-Wiedman Wedding ' St. Michael's churcTi, Whittemore, was the scene of a lovely wedding Saturday, Octobe* 5, at 9 o'clock when Freda Mae Alig, Chicago, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Conrad Alig, • was married •to Donald Wiedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wiedman of Evanston, 111., at a nuptial mass officiated by Rev. William Veil. Miss Alig was attractively gowned in vyhite embossed satin en train with a fingertip veil which fell from a crown of seed pearls. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses and pom poms. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Mayme Ann and Leland Alig, her sister and brother. Sandra Jean Graham, niece of the bride, acted as flower girl. Jim Geelan and Joe Schilz, friends of the bride, acted as ushers. Jack Geo- lan and Marvin Dahlhauser were acolytes. The new Mrs. Wiedman is a 1939 graduate of Presentation Academy and since that time has been employed by the Treasury Department in Chicago. Mr. Wiedman is a graduate of the Evanston high school and Northwestern university and has been employed in Chicago since his discharge from the army in which he served four years, two overseas. A wedding reception was held at the home of the bride's parents at 1 oclock. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wiedman of Evanston, Mr. and Mrs. George Besoh and Mary Jnne of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Lawrence Kneppin of Wheaton, Margaret Wente and Mary Shaat of Chicago, George A'ig, Maurice and Arvilla of Pocahontas. The young couple left on a short wedding trip, after which they will be at home at 1700 Ctvenlriaf, Chicagi. Hostess to Knittinff Club— Mrs. Herb Hedlonci entertained the members of her knitting club Tuesday afternoon (today). Shower for Mrs. Bradford.*A one o'clock luncheon and miscellaneous shower was given Friday afternoon for Mrs. Burville Bradford, nee Bonnie Bonar, the hostesses being Mesdames Don Hutchison, Eugene Murtagh, G. W. Stillman, H. M. Smith and H. W. Pletch. Arlene Hargreav*s Bible Class, io Meet The Woman's Bible class of the Congregational church will meet for a pot luck luncheon at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon, October 9, at the home of Mrs. Pearl Potter. Surprise Birthday Party— Mrs. Edward Hackbarth of Lotts Creek, was given a birthday sur- nrise party Thursday evening at the home of her mother Mrs. Paulina Hintz. Ten guests brought a pot luck lunch and the honorce was presented with gifts and cards. CHICKEN SUPPER GOOD HOPE CHURCH Tuesday, Oct. 8 Serving Begins at 5:30 MENU Creamed Chicken on Homemade Biscuits Mashed Potatoes Gravy Baked Beans Vegetable Plate Cole Slaw Pickles Cottage Cheese Rolls Coffee Pie Children under 10, 50c Adults 75c Mr. and Mrs. Harry Har- grcavos of Omaha, formerly Algona, announce the marriage of their daughter Arlcne Margaret, above, to Lt. Emmett Bernard Malhiesen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henning F. Mathiesen. of Council Bluffs. The ceremony took place October 1 at St. Ambrose Cathedral, Des Moines. Mrs. Richard J. Cook, Rantoul, 111., was her sisters attendant. Following the ceremony a wedding luncheon was served at Mrs. Doty's Tea Room for the bridal party and members of the respective families. The bride has been employed at Mercy hospital, Des Moines. She graduated from St. Cecelia's academy in 1942 and completed nurses training last May at Mercy hospital, Des Moines. Lieutenant Mathiesen is presently stationed as a doctor at the Veterans hospital, Marian, 111. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carmody, Whittemore, are Carmody of Whittemore are grandparents of the bride., Irene Eisenbarth Weds Irene M. Eisenbarth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth of Algona, and Leonard Inderlee, son of Mrs. James Spellman of Claremont, Minn., were married Wednesday, October 2, at 9:00 in the morning in St. Cecelia's church. Algona. The Rev. Father J. M. Mallinger performed the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a white satin gown with train and a fingertip veil. She also carried a bouquet of roses and pom poms. A gold bracelet, gift of the groom, adorned her arm. Barbara Eisenbarth, sister of the'-bride, was bridesmaid,, and Wilbur Courtney was best man. Mrs. E. McMahon sang, acconiT panicd by Josie McEvoy. A three-course dinner was served 40 guests at the home of the bride. Out-of-town guests attending were Mrs. James Spellman and Mrs. Will Brown of Claremont, Mrs. Dane Fikel- stein of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvia Ked-izone of Owatonna, Minn, The bride, a graduate of St. Cccelias academy, has been attending Nurses' School at Mercy hospital, Mason City. She has a few months left and will corrt- plete her course at Claremont. The groom attended the Claremont high school. He served four years in the U. S. army. He is now a clerk at the Springstead store in Claremont. The ' couple, who spent a week's honeymoon at Mora and Minneapolis, Minn., will be at home after today at Claremont. Shower for Mrs; Besienlehner— The Alpha P.si Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held a shower Tuesday evening honoring Mrs. William Bestenlehner, who was recently married. Court-whist was played with high prize going to Mary Frances Carney and low to Ruth Butts. Fourteen guests were present. The committee in charge consisted of Jeanne Bacon, Jean Godden, Helen Sown, LaVonne Wolcott, and Ardene Sampson. file Legion Atutilfar? .will it Monday evening, OctJ,l4J,at _„_ Legion Hill at 8>o'eloofe Mis. >Wm. ClauSSfth and 1 Mfs. O, HJ 6gg will be in charge of the refreshments and program. i _^_ I.KU Rlvcrtlalft Hostess— ,. The Rlverdole Ladies Friendly club met Wednesday, October 2nd,with Mrs. Nicholas Weydert, Mrs. Julius Capesius and Mrs, Anton B"ecker assisting hostsses, substl* tilting for Mrs. Lyle Steele Who was absent because of illness In ,the family. Mildred Paber of West Bend,army nurse, gave an interesting discussion of her travels and experiences in England, France, and the Philippines. Guests were Mrs. Wm. Becker, Helen Becker, Patty Lou Kramer, Mrs. Earnest Bernau, Mrs. Matt Kirsch, Mrs. Wilbur Martin, Mrs. Lawrence Thilges, all of Bode; Mrs. Steve Loss, Mrs. Chester ; Schoby, Mrs. John Simon Jr., Algona; Mrs. Bob Casey, Mrs. Harry Thilges, LuVerne; and Mildred •and Adeline Faber of West Bend. The November meeting will be held Wednesday, November 6th, jwith Mrs. Wm. Boldridge Jr., Mrs. •Boldridge Sr., assisting. IPlum Creek Woman's, club— , The Plum Creek Woman's club will meet Wednesday at the home |of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson on October 9 at 2 o'clock. Cresco M. & D. Club— , The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club will meet Wednesday, October 9lh, at the home of Mrs, W. H. Bosworth. Mrs. Burnetta Martin and .Mrs. B. H. Potter will •be the assisting hostesses. Entertains for Daughter— .Mrs. Ray McCormick entertained at a birthday party for her daughter Shirley, who was nine years old Thursday. Guests were Dorothy Bagg, Janet Schuffham, ohfl Lee and y pl6yfed. i' M*i, ' MrSi-.Jolfrt'AlUtt, (Jakcim, gpitoluded a visit with the Lloyd Baftletts and other relatives at T(- lottka and came here Sunday to visit Mr. and .Mrs. W. A. Ladendorff 'till Tuesday when she will entrain for New York City and East Orange r N. j;, to Be witW.Het' sons Mitchell and fiarttett'respsc* lively. Tuesday, Oct. 1 a. family, party celebrating he? birthday and also Ray Ladendbrlf's, was held at the Lloyd Bartlelts; Mrs. Be«ha Minihilih rofutn- ed Thursday from Crete, 111., where she had been since June with the Fred Hartmans. Mrs. Hartman, her daughter, under- went'major surgery at a Chicago hospital, and during-her sojourn there'and her convalescence Mrs, Mansmith remained .with the family. After a brief visit here with her daughter Mrs. L. W Gillcspie, she returned- to her home at Bancroft. Mrs. Ben Sornscn aild- chjldrer and Mrs. Augusta S6rnseh, Walnut, and Mr. «nd Mrs. Henry Tramm and granddaughter Virginia, Council Bluffs, were weekend .guests of Mr, and Mrs. William Dau and Mr. and Mrs. Petei Ehlers. Evelyn and Billie Dan also spent the weekend with theii parents, the William Daus. Evelyn is employed >at a photograph studio at Fort Dodge and Billie is a student at the Hamilton business college, Mason City. John Faulsiick, who had been employed at Minneapolis, came last week to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstick. Friday, with Lorraine Heider- scheidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Heiderscheidt, Burt, he went to Fairmont, where they spent the day with his cousin and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Blum, and with relatives of Miss Heiderscheidt. The couple left Sunday for Los Angeles, where Mr. Faulstick will be em- '• af'tef a three -weeks' stay at the,, "'••—'" L where she uiv 1 ' dtser^tion. BOX CANDY Chase's High Crest $150 I BRACK'S SJCHICK INJECTOR BLADES 75c PIPES $7.50, $5.00, $3.50, $2,50, $1.00 EVANS LIGHTERS $3.50 RECREATION "viKrS^ Shop here ana yearn no more! A wee sum deposited today on the gift you want will bring you heaps of happiness later! Choose anything you want in our store ... deposit any amount you desire . . . your selection will be held on our "Lay-Away / iPIan" until wanted. GIFTS • WATCHES WATCH REPAIR Something Ne,w~L Hen-Sized Crumblized YES-IT'S HERE! The greatest advance in Poultry Feeding since last spring's introduction by- Cargill of Crumblized Chick-Starter. Now it's nature's size food bits for laying pullets or hens. Don't Forget- CARGILL'S HOG SUPPLEMENT CARGIIX'S DAIRY FEED CARGO'S CALF MEAfc CARGILL'S DOG FOOD Would You Like— t A SELF-CLEANING No Bending--No Stooping Don't F«ws§t Oiir Poultry Wormer Given in Water Fitch Feed Store ON THE COBNI^ ahejf f jtefaarjoicehLJt,feiaJimB 20-206west STATE ST Tuesday and Wednesday!, .Oct. 8-9 jy, Edmund GWENN Janis PAIGE LESLIE BROOKS JIMMY ItOYD ' JEFF DOHNEU ROBERT STANTON M MILTON DelUGG AND HIS SWING WING Tjiurgday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 10-l>12,; f k ,^ ^ •You'lliHave the Movie-Season'^ GayesfrXImef;*,,,* -^ You'll Hear the Commotion from Ocean to Ocean! Cartoon, Trap Happy : _ Golden Horse Sunday and Monday, Oct. 13-14 Solid Sfreunite Ifo, 4

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