The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1942 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 15, 1942
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LONE ROCK GIRL Burt Helen Mae ffanna, daugh. tef of JCr, and Mra. A. H. Banna, Lone Rock, afld Robert Maokey, of Hlllsboto, HL, were married at the Lutheran church Thiifaday evening at 7:30, the Rev. I* Richmaiul performing tho ceremony. The bride ,wore a whtte, shesr -wool street dress and a corsage of carnations and sweet peas and the bridegroom, who LJ In the naval re- Iowa. Pec. 16, i§42 who wore ight blue, and Hanna, brother of the bflde. A teeepUon was held at the hocne the i>a*ent* ftllowin* th« AbouUO relates wer<S guests. The. bride j who Jias been Working In Washington, i>. C., nwt her- husband there and the couple will 1 return there this Th« James Chrlstensens were Sunday dinner guests at the W. J. Stewart, home The Birthday clrftle met Thursday afternbon at the home of Mrs. Henry Gettman, The^ Hi-Low btfdge club meets with Mra. J. O. MoMnald Tuesday afternoon of this week. . The Robert" Volghts moved Into the old M-lnzer house Thursday. The .* — """r*.*** *•*« «•« *TjL*ii*.ui tiuune luurauuy. jine Uftlfomi. They Murray house in Which they had been «« » t - sen, Armstrong, cousin of the bride Estel Rentas. haa been sold Your S A L CO. Stor* How Lovely you'll] took tMs Christmas In Yew Utterly New GLAMOUR DRESS LAKOTA SOLDIER OLSON, WILLIAMS Lakota: Ferdinand N jKoppen, M. M. 1st class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen, east ( of town, and Esther Ann Olson, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson of Williams, were married at St. Mary's church In Williams last week Wednesday at 10 o'clock a. m. with Father McKlnley officiating with the single ring ceremony. The bride wore a light blue street length dress with blue accessories and carried pink rosej and wh.'.te pom pom chrysanthemums and her attendant, her sister, Gladys, wore a royal blue street length dress with blue accessories and carried pink carnations and White pom poms. The groom wore his navy suit, and his attendant his brother. Elmer, wore- a blue suit. The bride 'a a graduate of the Williams high school of the class of '39 and has been a rural school teacher.. The groom graduated from the Lakota high school with the class of '86 and has been in the navy more than three years. A wedding dinner •was served to the Immediate famil.'-es of the young people at the home of the bride's parents. Ferdinand has been on a few day furlough from his duties In the Pacific fleet and he and his bride and Arnold Becker who was also oft furlough left that night for Bremerton, Washington, to, report for duty. Slater and family, the John Man- bngas at Kanfraf. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, Melvln Ukena at the Buffalo Center hospital last week Monday. Melvin will leave soon for the armed service. Mrs. Frances Adams spent a few days recently with a sister In Waterloo and another sfeter,- Mrs. Henry Schroeder and little Son of Chicago were also visitors there. Cpl. Richard Garrett Camp Van Dora, Mississippi spent last week Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Carl Garrett. The Garretts have . another eon, Gone, In Alaska. Mrs. Paul Kollasch, nee Margaret Smith, who haa been near her husband at Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, for several months, came home last week and la with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, Sr. Paul expects to be transferred soon. Relatives here received announcements last week of the bf.rth of a daughter, named Carol Ann, to Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Sparks at Blue Earth, Mlim,, hospital. Mrs. Sparks was formerly Arlene Lewis of Lakota. They have one other daugrt- ter. Mrs. spent News Items of Burt Vicinity Will Rlcklefs of Tltonka last week Monday night here with her mother, Mrs Grar.e Bruer. Mrs. Ricklefs* husband .'& working In the ordnance plant at Ankeny and she has two sons ir. the service so has closed her home In Tltonka and left Friday to jolr, her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Mrs. W. H. Stewart underwent an operation at the University hospital in Iowa City Tuesday morning. Thursday afternoon In honor of Larry Manus' fifth birthday. The Commuriify club met at the Marvin hotel Thursday evening for «tt» « 1 ^ 3 u» play> J " JPo °?' d , lnlret ' anda busrAess"meeting. 6 The Edgar, & light comedy, will club voted to sponsor a cub pack. Vernon Wallace, son of Mrs. Bertha Wallace Is among the U. S. soldiers in North Africa, according to a letter received from him re- i «3-"» »• **QJ*b IrWIIlCUJF) Will be presented Friday evening, Dec. A group of children was entertained at the George Manus home cently. The Fidels _ had an all-day 8 chooi party at the home of Mrs. G. H. McMullon last week Tuesday. The class will meet for Its regular meeting with Sellna Clifton and Lulu Hawcott Thursday evening Mrs. F. (L. Pratt returned on Tuesday accompanied by her sister, Buma Duckmanton of Mitchell, S. D. They had spent a few days In Des Moines vistting their brother at the Veterans hospital/Their no- phew, Corp. Jtedobs, damp .. Tenn., met thefts there for a f! days' furlough. The foltolng officers were elected at the meeting of Kossuth chap* ter No. 261, O.M &, last TuesifiU?' evening: MM. O. B. Hott, W. M.JJ, P. Trunfchlll, W. P.; Mrs. P. tu Dremmel,'A. M.; Walter SoreiiSeri, A. P.; Mrs. Walter Sorensen, conductress; Mrs. C. B. Chlpman, assistant conductress; Lulu Hawcott, secretary and Mrs. E. E. Paine, treasurer. And How Little it Cosh at S&LI Sparkling fashion winners excitingly alive with holiday glitter. Lovely flashes of pastel blue and aqua under your winter coat. Regal date and dinner time blacks with lovely sequin and bead trim. Two-piece- ers, torsos, dropped waistlines .. . figure-flatterers galore in sizes for everyone! Mrs. Francis Adams, Mrs. Will Klenltz and two daughters 'were Blue Earth shoppers'last week Saturday. Mr. and Mra. Jerry Ukena and (Mr./and Mrs. I. E. Wortman were Algona visitors last week Wednesday. Delorls Rolefsenia. a high school student, was taken to the Buffalo Center hospttal last week for an appendicitis operation. Mr. and"" Mra. Wm. Schadendorf returned last week Monday from u. short visit with Mrs. Schadendorf'g Mrs. Wm. .Aelderks and Hannah Heetland spent last week Wednesday with the Herbert Fursts in Algona. The Fursts are leaving soon for California where Herbert will work In a factory. Mrs. is a s.'ater of Jerry Heetland and Hannah Heetland. The second trataing school of the woman's project, was held at' Mrs. J. H. HolComb's last week Monday In an all day meeting with Alma Schultz, home demonstration agent, in charge of the First-Aid lesson. Ten leaders from Ledyard and Lincoln townships were present and each took a school lunch which was later judged for food value. Hot tomato squp was served by the hostess. S & L CO. Give He'll Get $35 Quality in a "STAFFORD HOUSEHOLD GOODS OF OTTO HARLAN FAMILY BURNED Union: The farm house on the Equitable Life Insurance Company 160 acre farm four miles west of Algona'on Highway 18 was totally destroyed by flre Thursday of last week. The farm was tenanted by the Otto Harlan family. The flre was believed to have started from the chimney. Mra. Harlan thought she smelled smoke and started investigatng early In the morning but, gave up as she could not discover any blaze. About 9:30 a. m. her suspciions were fulfilled as" she could then hear the fire in the wall. fc Help, from Algona The, Algona Flre company was called and help Immediately, summoned. Household goods on the first floor, some clothing from the second floor and a few things from Janice Bjustrom sang " I Want Most Everything" and a Christmas song unaccompanied. Ruth Heerdt closed the program by play- Ing "White Christmas". About 60 attended. Lunch was served under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor. The program committee consisted of-Mr. and Mrs. Delps Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Chefs ber BMley. I. Ev- All the basement were salvaged. erything else was destroyed. the furniture on the second floor and most, of the canned goods' in the basement also two telephones. Mra. Harlan was and a slater of Mrs. Ruth Mtchell, Quentin'Bjus- trom of Union. 'They have three children, only one at home, one go- Ing to school at Ames and the other at Iowa City. Family Settled Maragret Heerdt was 'a guest of Joan Bode Sunday, Dec. 13th. It was Joan's birthday anniversary. The little daughter of the Peter Erpeldings has been christened Madonna Jean. Tills makes a nice family of four boys and three girls for the Erpeldings. Charles Geilenteldt has rented the Lou DeGraw quarter sect'on farm in northeast Union. It lies just west of the Carroll farm and was tenanted by the Claude Dearchs family. . , . -^ . : Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner will he host and hostess to the Union township farm bureau at their home next Thursday evening, Dec. 17th. Mrs. Asssisting will be Mr. and O. A. Campney. They are CLUB' for just He'll enjoy it over the holiday* and for' a long, long- time to cornel One hundred percent pure wool worsteds and hard- finish twists in just the smart patterns and colors he looks his best in.,. fust what he'd choose himself) three button single and ^double breasted models. Si*es the The family was comfortably set- Jed that evening by relatives ami friends. Cecil Bjustrom, living about a mile and a half west, moved a :enant house he owned with &• tractor to the Harlan farm. Furnl- .ure to equip the tworoom house was moved In and the rest stored In another farm building. A canned fruM shower was held Vednesday afternoon, Dec. 9th, sit lira. Roy Smith's with Mrs. Howard Wltham. assisting. The fruit was presented to the Harlans. The Hnr- lans deenly appreciated all of the neighborly acts and help received at the time of the flre. MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS HOLD FIRST WINTER 1MEET The Union Mothers and Daughters club held the first evening meeting of the new club year at the home of (Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkta- son, north of the center school. The program opened with the singing of Christmas Carols with Mrs. Will Dodds, Jr., at the piano. A play, "Minus ano Plus" was given by a group of 4-H club girls. They were Dorothy and Ruth Gidch and Letty Sarchet. Rev. Price, new Methodist ntfnister of Algona, gave a very Interesting talk on Countries of the Southwest and War Condition/!. making a drive for new members. A program will be g'-ven. Merlin 'Schumacher is having a siege with mastold trouble, the three year old son of Mr. and Mns JLouJs (Schumacher 'on former Gould farm. Merlin been under, a doctor's care for o week. They believe now an operation might be avoided. ,Judy, s's- ter of 1 Merlin, also had a touch of throat trouble. A quilting party was held at the home of Norma Bailey last Friday. Two quilts were tied and finished. Those taking part Boevers, Laura Hohensteln, Hofius, Ethel Gardner and Marie Bode. This group has .three quilts finished and three more 'n the i ing. These are to be sent to the USD. The Mothers tera club -furnishes the lining anc 1 filling for those celvq donations for. Household Goods A divorce settlement in Nashua awarded a husband, August Oleson the"- following propertya one "pair of crutches, twt one cap, family portraits, and a be< Satin gown with tailored or lace, trimmed sweetheart neck $2.25 and $2,98 Printed satin or crepe gowns, neatly tailored swing skirts $2.98 and $3.50 I CO, Put United §ifd*t Wo Stampf In Their ?hr;£ Satin pajamas in tea rose, blue, white, in butcher boy or man- tailored styles $2.25, $2.08, $3.95 Printed crepe or satin pajamas $3.95 Tailored and lace trim slips in Tuckin or Butcher Boy tops _. , ,.. ,. cotton pajamas $1.59, $1.98 mce quahty satln Lovely rayon hose, with crepe Soft satin or crepe slips in tea rose or white $2.25 and $2.98 Winter white and pastel wool dresses $10.95 and $14.95 Candlewik chenile white, blue, acquia $4.95 to $7.95 suits of wool underwear, a swarm of bees, onehalf of the potato crop and mattress, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers and Mr, and Mrs. Theo. Hoover spen Sunday evening at the Bryan Asa Mr. and Mrs, Clark Kiley and family of Brltt were Sunday dinner guests of the former's brother Mr. and Mrs, Lee Kiley. Colorful crepe dresses in one or two-piece styles $8.95 Quality satin or crepe robes, in pastel prints and plain- colors $7.95, $10.95, $12.95 Slipover sweater in long or short sleeves, bright colors and trimming $J.98 to $3.75 Have Your Portrait Taken Here Button sweaters with long sleeves, novelty weaves and colors $2.98 to $6.00 Fluffy slippers in red,' maroon or Sunday Sittings hy Appointment Lon's Studio N ; Yow gvrarontqe of Complete ^SatM&ctips, appointment needed Still tim fop mas pictures at service, , , • l ..i*&

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