The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1948 · Page 15
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5 "fW Upper foi Molnes tueadayv Februtrty If, "1948 Regina Henry, Whittemore, Gamer Man's Bricfe, Feb. 7 .. Regina Henry of Whittemore daughter of Mrs. John Henry became the bride of Dr. Ray mond Ryan of Garner, in a cere irtony performed Feb.-. 1 at St Mi6hael's church, Whittemore jvith Father Veil officiating. A double ring ceremony was •used. Mrs. J. M. Fleming of Wliitte- ., .rnore, organist, played the wedding march and recessional and Atiine Spilles of Algona presented vocal numbers during the peremony. John Monaghan of Charles City acted as the groom's attendant, and Jeanne Loss of Algona attended the bride, Ushers were Duane Sheppard, Whittemore, Eugene Henry of Algona. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Loss of Algona. The newlyweds then left on a wedding trip to Minneapolis and other points. » The bride is a graduate of Presentation Academy, Whittemore, and since graduation had been in the employ of Dr. D. O. Dorweiler of West Bend. The groom at tended the University of Minne sola and Iowa State college where he took a veterinary course. The couple will be at home a IN GREEN COLONIAL'S OIL FIRED 5Am Lc FURNACE COMFORT—in all'kinds of weather. ECONOMY — owners report fuel savings up to 20%. CONVENIENCE— trouble free; easy to operate; long life. LAING & MUCKEY Phone 464 North Dodge Garner, where Dr. Ryan is on gaged in the practice of voter inary medicine. , Guests-from a distance attend ing the ceremony were: -Mr. anc Mrs. Joe McCoy and family o Rochester, Minn.; Mr. and "Mrs Logan Petlit, Mr. and Mrs. EC Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ryan and Mrs. Kathryn Raddle Plainview, Minn. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler West Bend; Dr. and Mrs. J. C aiser, Rockwell; Dr. and Mrs. H C. Krueger, Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Monaghan, Charles City; Mildred Fuchsen, Pocahontas; Rev. Veil and Rev. Pick of Whiltemore; Mildred Elbert, Spencer; and John Monaghan, Charles City. Lincoln Program Feb. 13 Held By Fenton Auxiliary Fenion: The American Legion Auxiliary met on Friday. Febru- nrv'13. at the home of Mrs. S. E. Stralcy with Mrs. George M. Jorgenson, assisting hostess. The program was a reading on Lincoln by Mrs. C. C. Voigt; duet. Mrs. Jack Tieman and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod acompanied at the piano bv Mrs. G.eorge M. Jorgenson. A reading on "Washington." bv Mrs. Roy Osborn: a t.Rlk on Valentine's Day. Mrs. Kenneth Halverson. The Auxiliary president, Mrs. Rex Wolfe, favored each with a lovely Valentine she hncl made. Mrs. Charles Newel is a new member. There were also two" 1 guests present. Mrs. B. G. Berkland and Mrs.'Floyd Duncan. The hostess served a lovelv lunch. The next meeting will b<> at the home of Mrs. Rex Wolfe. Methodist Circle The Marv Circle of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday. Feb. IT, with Mrs. R. C. Goetsch with Mi.-is Agnes Goetsch assisting. dames John- TlteSSfiiSlcl, Munch and Jackie, Ervin Borchardt, and ^pn, Peter Christian* sen, Louis Riley, Henry*, Sehroef der, C. M. Gross and Otto Borchardt. Denew Circle Mei , The Fellowship Circle of the Depew church met .Wednesday< Feb. J). at the home of Mrs. Ben Mitchell. The program included songs by all; reading, Mrs. Oscar Sorenson; scripture reading and prayer, Rev. Gilbertson; severa Norwegian songs by Rigmo Thorson. , Guests were Mesdam&s Sophie Bleckwenn, Anna Osborn, Pete Jensen, Gilbertson -and Ruth Herman Norland,' Ole Pederson Mrs. Newel Hosiers The Woman's club met Tues day afternoon, February 10 a the home of Mrs. Fred Newe with Mrs. Elsie. Eigler assisting hostess. Tlicre Were two guests Mrs. Behne and , Mrs. Everet Dreyer. Sunday Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch were Monday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe. Music Numbers At Seneca Guests si Seneca The Seneca township Farm Bureau membership drive invit- •>d the Fenion townshio membership drive "to a meeting and a special lunch on Tuesday evening. Owen Hurt of ' Algona showed moving pictures of food jnd soil. From Fenton township attending were Messrs, and Mos- Mrs. Henry Tieman, Mrs. Jack Pieman and Terry and Lester Tieman visited Thursday/afternoon with Mrs. Art Tiet'z'at La- iota. Tuesday afternoon guests of Vtrs. Jack Tieman were Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mrs. Herman Dreyer. rtrs. Reuben Luedtke ahd Mary lice Rossiter. Fred Newel went ' to Des loines Wednesday to attend the Hardware Dealers convention. Mrs. J. Schwartz and Mrs. Will Weisbrod accompanied him to Des Moines and will visit relatives. SPECIAL! Aluminum Foil Frozen Food WRAPPING Exclusive at Our Store Just prepare foods, wrap and place in sharp freezer. Also for covering bowls in refrigerator. 'In handy carton container. PRATT liances NOW 1 Mile East on Highway 18 From No. 169 ACCESSORIES - BATTERIES - TIRES PHONE 798 Complete Garage Service All Mechanical Work Done by Paul Phillips . . . Expert Work On Any Make of Car Or Truck. On No, 18, One Mile East of 18-169 Comer LuVerne Pupils At Band Clinic Lu Verne: The following mem bers of the Lu Verne high school band, Barbara 'Meyer, Marilyn Hefti, James Phillips, Merlyn Swanson, Robert Pergande, Delores Lund and Joanne Sanford and their instructor, Weston Noble, spent Wednesday in Forest City attending the annual band clinic. Mrs. Walter Hefti, Mrs. Frank Sanford. Mrs. Hugh Shirk. Mrs. Herman Schulz, Mrs. Paul Phillips and Mrs. O. S. Lund drove cars, taking -the young people and attended the clinic. Go To Semi-Weekly Iowa Falls: The Iowa Falls Citizen, which has been published weekly for many years, has announced plans to increase its frequency of publication to twice - a - week, Tuesday and Thursday.' Seneca — The Seneca Parent Teachers orgartizatiofi held--its regular meeting Thursday, eyeri- ihg at the school SymftasJuri with Mrs. Gerald Madden as pro gram chairman, ' „, i The program ; opened?:%i{hy thi pledge o'f' allegianceJt&^ffid J fljig iollowed by the regulfitf, bUSirtfes. meeting. ; ' ' •> Supt. Wetzler reported {Hat" the Seneca hot lunch tfrqgram i progressing satisfactorily, as re vealed by a recent check made by the state inspectors. Although 'several • schools are charging a little less for the same type of meal served, or the A type meal, several.were charging more, and the Seneca school wa: one of the great' majority, who were charging 20c for the type A lunch. A trio composed of Barbara Speth, Frances Larson and Patty Doocy sang three songs and a little skit entitled "My Dolly Has the Flu" was very well presented by the little misses Ann Madden as the mother and Delbres Jensen as the little hurse. The program closed with a very interesting film on sclldols to the. south of us. Refreshments were served bv Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fisher,'Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen, Mr. and Mrs. Les Anderson, Mr and Mrs. James Nyrnan and Mr. and Mrs. James Arbogasl. •> Jerry Godden was ill at his lome the early part of the week and was under a phystdiim's care. He was up and about again .on fart Lafs6ft en- sdtt&evgnihg in .of their , dauihlei* Prances' birthday, anftivef slaty - and on Thursday evehirtg for;'theh* son Cleo's birthday. 'Guests' ftwludfed several of their class and school mates. ' ' ' ' ' The' Ha'r| do'uclv hdme ' was the 'scene of a hdtfie project leader training school when- 'Alma Schulta, home ec., presented the third lesson of.thlS ye"af's worK beirif * *", A " ; t ^ ,- V' $,* • v ^; 1*-Vi i ']U •' . the subject beirif ^ise Consumer Buyingf /.'ter.16 { women representing,, several (different townships These- worten will -in turn pro sent this information at their lo> cal tdwriship wbrhen's meetings. Rudolph Elbert At New Location 'Rudblph Elbert, son or Mrs Lawrettce Elbert of Algona, is now- located on a 230-acre farm owned 'by Irving Brandt, just inside .Hancock county and aboul five. miles east of'Titonka, he informed this newspaper Saturday, w1ul6 in the office to take out a subscription. He has" been there since Dec. 20. The farm lies in both Hancock and Winncbago Counties, and Rudolph says he liable to cross ;he county line anytime without chowing it. Prior to going to his present ocation he was farming near 3ritt, where 'he h&d been for a number of years before leaving he- (lAlgona-Whittemorc ncigh- orhbod. Hdr'fiOth Birthday Wesley—Ign Eiscnbacher ob- erved' his 80th birthday Febru- ry 9th. ' LOTTS Ben Schmidt- and Ferddie Mittag were at Fort Dodge Wednesday where the former consulted a specialist concerning a skin rasu'on his arms and hands which has caused him considerable irritation the past few months. The Imanuel Lutheran men's club was entertained at a party by the St. Paul's .-.Lutheran men's club of Whittemore ' at their Lutheran school basement on Tuesday evening. Those from here attending were Wm. Znn- mermann, Edwin Licb, Albert Meyer, Hugo Faulstich, George Woiter, Nick Gengler, Carl Pi- Jahn, A. R. Willrett, Elmer Pi- jahn, Herbert Potratz, Arthur Zumaeh, William Dreyer and Martin F. Meyer. 500 was played for the entertainment, Lotts Creek vs. Whittemore with Lotts Creek being the winners. All reported an enjoyable evening. The ladies aid met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Arthur Zumach as hostess. Rev. A. F. Otto led the devotions and gave an article on "Church Markers", The basement was decorated with red and white crepe paper and valentines and the menu was also carried out in valentine style. Visitors of the aid were Mesdames Reinhard Zumach, Whittemore, Marvin Luedtke, Fento.i, Clarence Zumach and Lorenz Pi- jahn. Mrs. Delton Krause, Mrs. Verne Hoppe and Mrs. Ervin Luedtke were confirmed Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Immanuel Lutheran church by Rev A. F. Otto. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmerman were Thursday evening dinne guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Frink of Fairville. The first Lenten service wa held Wednesday evening at tht Immanuel Lutheran church with Rev, A. F. Otto in charge. Th second Lenten service will b t held Wednesday evening at 7:3( p. m., the topic being "The Sec ond Word of Christ from th Cross: Today thpu shalV be, with me m Paradise." • For The, Best In.Mattresses (Rebuilt or New) see STAINBROOK MATTRESS WORKS Whittemore, Iowa .-: AT yguR FAVORITE i$ROCE R S mJmm, \ ALGONA OTALiNTED PERFORMERS Full comedy plciy that isa-sidreWn;. . . foil minstrel show with endmen and in- terlocytor . . . seven howling specialty acts.,-. . can-can chorus dance with 18 ' £*' ' i i ' <*•* * •* • beautiful girls . . . comedy dances . \ . . solos of the Southland .... rope escape wizard . . . two full orchestras (one on the stage, one in the pit) . . 1 you'll never ' ' forgive yourself if you miss this biggest sKow of the season! ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM CURTAIN RISES 8:00 PJ Adults $1.00. ; , Children 50c Tickets May Be Purchased From Any Jaycee or His Wife " Or at the Following Places of Business: ' K.CD.'JAMES? "' " ' •' , SMOKE SHpP TIGGES DRUG HUB CLOTHIERS BARRY'S THUENTE PHARMACY Another Load of Norton's ? Coal on its Way! PHONE YOUR ORDER . . ;r. . . ... CALL 229 IF IT'S NEWS. WB WANT IT! Another Norton Hog Feeder On Its Way! See Norton's Now for Any of These Portable Farm Buildings: • HOG FEEDERS 9 CATTLE FEEDERS • HOG HOUSES • CHICKEN HOUSES O BHOOPER HOUSES • FEED-BUNKS t HOG TROUGHS • MILK HOUSES Each building built to exact specifications approved by foremost farm authorities. Constructed in bur yard by expert carpenters. F, S. NORTON & SON 5UILDING MATERIALS ..-.,,, ALGONA, IOWA \ ' The New 1948, NOW ON DISPLAY' 1948 Dynamic "60" Oldsmobile Up To 18 Months To Pay There are good reasons why D.F, Goodrich open- type tractor tires are preferred by farmers 2 to 1, Double burs give extra bite. Open tread allows mud and dirt to drop out as tire rolls. No.pockets to clog up with mud and cause slipping. 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