The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1948
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O/ Rodman M*, Mafi-2 • in a dduble fiflg Tuesday aftefflooft at Mfirle Heihrlch, twin of Mr. and Mrs, of Whittemore son j of M>, [failed ?atil ahd 6ftd , , Jthriings 61 rtddmari, Were ' - ' in' -Carriage* the performed phur'eK,,' in 1 St. Paul's Lutheran Prof. ',Wi G, Erase, played the, edditig marches ahd accompan* led Mrs. 'Richard Biersted, sister *f the.bfide, and Mrs. Heinrich, sistef-in-laW, whb sartg "Oh ^erfect Love" and "Oh That the -,ord Would Guide My Ways". The 1 ' fcride wore a dress of jhite 'slipper satin, entraine was jfashidned^with a peplurh' long peeves and' a hot yoke accehtu- ied by a shirred tube of satin. , ler finger titf veil of net wa's | fledged with lace and held in place 'JfViv a sequin trmim'ed crown. She carried a -bbUffuet of large pink roses Hl&hwitn white satin rib<bon. arid wor,e & pearl necklace,. The, ''nlaid 'of > honor was her •twin; sister, ^Marion ~ p~ow,man of acted as 'best man. v ' f H . A- 'dinner ' lot the immediat families 'was served at d/^clock ifl -the ( basemehi of the tuttferaii school. The -fable's 'WeVg debor ated in blue anft white, 'wUK- miniature bride and.-'gYoorft " ....... " -'-•'•* '-••' adorned, the three-tieife'd ,tyed>- ding' ,cake carried but' f ^n\ ; 4he same,color schenie. The,w8meh in charge were Mrs. Henry^and Mrs, Edwin- Wichtendahh',-Wdst Behd;. "Mrs, Martin I Hdftnian, Winthrop, Minn.; and Mr>'/Fred Tieman, Fairmont, Minn.' -Waitresses were Nelda G.ade,- Eldora MaahS, Alice Zumach, and Ver* ona Zumach, 1 After a short wedding trip the Cfmoiilanei nttd ^funeral Service / ,' Whether you believe you can do a.thing or not, you are right. • . * * * ^v**. Algona Auction Sales Co, JUNCTION 18 AND 1^9 f ' Will hold a machinery and community sale, March .15, 1949. This machinery will all be consigned. Bring in any article you have to sell. „ - , We have 8 registered-Shorthorn cattle. These cattle are i, • »#"^ extra good; and also i.he Msual ,run;-of livestock. ~, /t" Horse Sale Mar. 22 '* '" ' "v *^ Horses will be s sold as'they are'brought in. Bring 'in your horses to this sale as we will hold but'one sale this spring. 'If you need a^good work team attend this sale. H. E. YKBERG & SON Managers : v • 1 ' * ( v*" V ' Auctioneers—GoodchHd, Quinn u and Youngberg ' ( ' \<\ We Can Make ANYTHING in WOOD! Kitchen Cabinets OUR SPECIALTY TRUCK BOXES WAOON FEED BUNK BROODER HOUSES Made toYotii* 1. \ ~v, Fd will be -on a farm so^tith- west of Whitlomore. Mrs, Hdr^is' graduated with the class of, 194& in" ,the Whittdmore high JehdpJ artd f6r a time was etfipl&yed.m the C. L. CaVanaugh drug *tote. Mr. Harris graduated with the class of 1941 in Hodman 4nd vwas farming with' his father ever Mnce. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer ohtertained a number o/ friends at "BOO" Sunday evening. >l?res-: ent were Mr. and Mrs , Erwin 1 Bruhn a«d family of Dep"e y Mr. and Mrs, Henry Wichtendahl, ofl West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Afchje; Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, Mr. and Mrs, Herman. Vdigt,! Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seely, and M?. and Mi's. Arthur Heiden-; with, Wmttemore; Rosella Vdigt,: Algona. Erwin Bw.thn.ftnd Mrs., H. W. Behnke won high ( Heflry Wichtendahl and Mrs. Harry Seely, low; Mrs, Herrrtan Voigt 1 won the travel prize, Mrs. Meyer served a lunch after the card games. Move to New Home , Mr. and 'Mrs. Casper Keene. moved to their new- home last week Sunday, which they built this summer, but due .to Mr. Keene having so much worki they were not able to Work on his own until late this winter. They vacated one of Theodore Keene's homes, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilson moved into the home the same day the Keene's movdd to their new home," Membership Party A membership party of St. Michael's parish, the Rosary, society and Sodality, drew 125 ! Women to the Academy hall Sunday afternoon. At cards Mrs.' Edward Besch won high and Mrs. 'Mike Kollasch won door prize. A lunch was served. • Mrs. Herman Voigt and son Raymond, Whittemore and 1 daughter Rosella, of Algona, were Fort Dodge callers Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Dreyer Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer Jr. and son and Mr. and! Mrs, Ronnie Stevens,- Algona,' Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke o£ Depe.w helped ,Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer celebrate their wedding' anniversary Thursday evening. Members of the Womans club held a very successful white elephant sale at the home of Mrs. Grace Mueller, Thursday even- .ing. Mrs. John Waldron was the auctioneer. Clarence Lunning of Emmetsburg was a ' business caller in Whittemore, Friday afternoon'. Mr. Lunning is manager^ of the Rapid Gas plant in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Boy JRosendahl, Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Jack Jensen, 'from Milpitas, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. , Ellsworth Beidenwith and. spn -Lyle were Thursday dinner, guests lit .the.' home ,of »Mr. and Mrsi Arthur Hejdenwitb. Mr. Rosendahl 'has been -jn the navy, the., past , was kati&riecf at , D, C., an'd wds ,enfmi,te to Sflh Francisco, Calif., to. Visit .wjth ws brother J. J. Rosendahl, a son-lrt-law of -the Heidenwiths. Mrs. Jensen, mother of both of the njen, accompanied him back to California. She had been here visiting hei* daughter Mrs. B. Palmer at Ceylon, Minn., and her brother, Ross Vattx in West Bend. Mn and Mrs. Herman Voigt accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom, Burt, to Mason City, Friday. Mrs. George Jergens pleasant- 1 ly surprised her husband on his birthday Wednesday evening at her home. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kollasch and son Bobby, Mr, and Mrs. Guy Farrell, Mr. ahd Mrs. Ernie Meyer and family. FiVe hundred was played, iLeroy Farrell and Mrs. Robert Kollasch winning high, Ernie Meyer and Mrs. Guy Farrell wjnning low, William fiaitman, < Detroit, Miss.,- is visiting here with his mother an-i other relatives. Mrs. J. V. McCreery was surprised Tuosdny morning when she ncoiycd a parcel post package 0'iJ upon opening found it contamed an exquisite lavender orchid, home grown, sent her by Dr. .and Mrs. Knowles of Fort Dodge. Doctor Knowles has his own greenhouse in Fort Dodge. SEXTON Mr. and, Mrs. Eldon Salsbury, Emmetsburg, were recent Sunday visitors at the home of her Uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Aloys Kirsbaum and sons were Wednesday dinner guests and'visitors at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum. The Aloys Kirsch- baurris Jive north of Britt. Mrs, John Jennings was surprised Monday when her children all came in for the evening to help celebrate her birthday. Mrs. William Hammond underwent ,a major operation at the General hospital in Algona Tuesday morning and was reported getting along fine at this writing. Mrs. W. C. Taylor entertained the .Sexton W. S.' C. S. at her horne Wednesday afternoon and fl'^ice crowd attended ifl spite of tho sickness in the community. A Very interesting skit .was presented and Mrs. Taylor was £re> sehted with a gift for serving in the office of treasurer of the society for so many yeaffl. Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise of St. Ansgar, la., were Sunday visitors at the home of his mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Deibler and two sons, of southwest of town, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Surge?* Tommy Forburger, Wesley, spent Friday with Joan and Jer* ry Kriops. Start Red Cross Drive, Swea City Swea City — The Red Cross drive will start here Tuesday, March 9. Allan Hungerford, chairmfin, reports the following committees wHo will canvass the town: Team 1—Earl Hansen, . Hugo Fagcrlund, Sam Rystacl ahd W. A. Boland; team two, Martin Dahl, Roger Linde and Clayton Roalson; Team 3, Albert Eggers, Olivew Blomster, Elmer Smith and Rev. S. H. Hammer; Team 4, Carl Appelquist, Ed ''Peterson, and Charles Schemmel. ITeam 5, Paul Larson, George K. Nelson, and Buell Johnson; team G, A. H. Bilsborough, G. D. Curtis and Harold Roba; 'team 7, Art Collins, Ai B. Tweeten, and Bill Northern; and team 8, Fred •Looft, R. E. Berg, J, Augtist Peterson and Les Hansen. Miss Agnes will solicit the school and faculty. The goal for this chapter is $5,270. Mrs. Gus Overf ield died' at her home Friday morning, following a lingering illness. The Over- fields live just-across the Minnesota line abovit.nine miles north of Swea City. -Mrs. Overfield is survived by her husband, two sons, two daughters, Mrs. Flo Isenberg, and Mrs. Fern -.Johnson.' Also several grandchildren. Henry Gettman is ill at . .his home on the south side of Swea' City. Arlie Meyer moved .Thursday,; Mar. 4, from the John Geerdes farm three miles southwest of Swea City, to a farm he purchased near Adams, Minn. Adams is a town south and east of Austin. •The Howard Blairs have moved in with the parental Charlie Blairs until such a time :as the Chick Prices Reduced to April 1 $1.0.0 per hundred on straight run White Leghorns. light Cross Maiings. and alUHeayy Breeds. $2.00: per hundred on all White Leghorn and^Gross Mating females. U. S. APPROVED, PULLO^IUM CONTROLLED. First chick hatch on March 3. Phone or mail your order now or see our representative. v DUCKLINGS AND TURKEY POULTS .SWEA CJ,TY. HATCHERY ,Swe,a ^ly~ 1 - Manhattan 1 Frazer - 1 Kaiser _' i ! Accessories Added If Desired , 1 * ' Also 3 Used Cars: lif^l BuickSe* |1||0C|ieYro]l^ <>} PRICED TO Silt hew house can be erected on the 30 acres they bought last /all, which joins Swea City on the south, The basement wad dug lasl fall and the lumber is on the ground. Mrl George K. Nelson,spent last week helping her folks at Ffcrest City .move from theif farm into Forest City. Mrs. Eva Anderson of Grant township is being care.d for by Mrs. Martin Peters at her home in Swea City, Mrs. Anderson has returned from Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where she spent several weeks, following a stroke. . Ralph Walker 'Jr. reports one of his cows produced 17,801 Ibs. of milk for a 303-day year. It tested 392, while the butterfat was 698 on a two-day milking. His entire herd averaged 472 pounds of butterfat. A 6-lb. 11 oz. son was born Feb. 27 to the Harold Opdahls at a Fort Dodge hospital. He has been named, Andre Harold. The Opdahls also have a daughter. 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Tandem Disc Harrows and Drawbars 2-Row IHC Planter John Deere Planter with New Fertilizer Attachment Blackhawk Planter A 2-Spring Tooth Harrows ^1, i J I *KP

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