The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1943 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1943
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fiPltonka: Lorraine Franzen, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fran•en, and Arthur Hike were united In" marriage Thursday evening, Btbruary 11, at 7 o'clock at the Xmmanuel Lutheran church with the Rev. Win. Planz performing the double ring ceremony. Margaret and Doris Franzen, Viona (Post and Dora Planz sang "The (Lord te My Shepherd" and "The ^ hear M>. «aWM tell ef hll mm on ft resses. Mra. WoddrStf Sarthett attd son. My*on frafii Minnesota, a sister 6t the groom arid oftly close relative was a guest. .., The couple started housekeeping on the groom's farm west of town which he has been farming alone since the death of Mis parents two years ago. He is a graduate of the Titonka high school. Father of Claud White Dies at Linden, Iowa Claud White was called to Linden, last week Wednesday by the death of his father, Ohas. White, 71, who died Tuesday, February 9, St. Benedict New* as&MeBMbftfe Mr. and Mrs>iFfed Ertekson and Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Consuer Fort Dodge visitors Monday. Philip Arndotfer submitted to an operation for append|leltfe last Monday mornintg at the KoSsuth hospital. Miss Ardith Rahm is visiting in the vicinity with her brother, Magnus and with her aunt, Mrs. Phillip Immerfall. She has been employed in a cafe at Mason City. Scarlet fever has made Its ap- tfltd's Prayer" Mrs. Planz played the i (Lohengrin processional While the ibrldal party entered The bride was given away by her father, Ben Franzen. Her bridesmaid waa her sister, Mildred and the best man was Alvin Brandt. The bride wore a floor length white French sheer dress with, a three-quarter length veil held In place by a tiara of seed pearls. She carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaid wor pink faille. Both men wore dark suits and white 'boutennieres Mrs. Planz played Mendelssohn's recessional end the church was decorated with cut flowers and candles. The ushers were Louis Franzen and Erwin Brandt. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Elma Brandt, Viona Post, Margaret iA, wuu uieu JL uesuay, p eoruary y, ~«.m-i, ^cvci ima juuue its ap- after a lingering Illness whteh fol- 1 Pearance in the community at the lowprl ji sfrnUn loof \waa\r EJmil and Nick Afnrfnrfor hntviAB lowed a stroke last week. [Mr. White is survived by his wife and eight children, all of whom are grown and married. Funeral services were held last Thursday. On numerous occasions Mr White had visited his son and wife In Algona and made numerous acquaintances here. Mrs. Claud White was unable to attend the funeral because of illness, but her friends will be glad to know that her health is improving. "Whitey" himself was just dismissed a few days prior to his father's death from the hospital whore he had undergone an opera tion. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer with Mrs. Philip Arndorfer called at the Kossuth hospital Monday - — • ••—« * «">•, *»^t*i & «* ui, at. cue XVUBSULII nospiiai jvionaav kf,u ^ ? ^f, 6 £' B « nke Pann- evening to see Phili P a"* 5 "Ported huh and Irelabell Scarff were wait-' him getting along fairly well. Emfl and Nick Arndorfer homes. Marlene, at the Emll's, Is the victim and Nick is quite 111 with the disease. SOCIETY United Service Women— frhe United Service Women's club will meet from i p. m until 6 p. m. Friday at the Legion Mall for work on their ijuilt projecf. The group also met Wednesday of this week. They plan to work ev- *"•-"-- afternoon dur(ng •Lizzie WietaieF of Minn., was a caller at the Greg Studer and Ben Dorr homes Monday. She was visiting at her nephews, the August and Merman Studers at Wesley. Mrs. B. Dorr and Roslee called on the Harvey Johnsons and to see Mr. Kelly who was very 111 Sunday. Mrs. Ted John-son of Algona is assisting in caring for her father at the Harvey Johnson home. He was delirious part of the day and night Sunday. Mrs. John Ludwig received word that her uncle at Fort Atkinson had passed away Saturday. Monday morning, accompanied by her father and other members, the Lichter famMy started for there but due ery Friday March. At the regular business meeting of the group Monday evening ten new members were signed. They were Mrs. W. L. Gorman-, Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Mrs. L. S. Muckey, Mrs. Fern Hardgrove, Atha Hardgrove, Mrs. Clara Maasdam, Mrs. Anna Beenhan and Mrs/ George Conklln. After March 15 the meetings will be held at the library on the third Monday of the month. Lucille Oalhoun Is Bride- Lucille Calhoun, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Calhoun of Algona, became the bride of William Kessinger of CarlinviUe, QUnods on February 5 at St. Charles, Missouri. The ceremony was performed tn the Emamlel Lutheran 'parsonage by the Rev. Frederick Nle' duel. Edith Schmidle was a wH- MM, District No. 6. • . , OTe bfldegrod* ?l a fcfnle* llv In* neat CftrtmvlllS, Mllhbls, whe* they wfll be at home after Mard —:!— Shower f«f Mn. Cooper-^ A group of ladies entertained a a miscellaneous shower B*rlday af ternoon at the Roy Lee home hon prlng Mrs, Earl Cooper, a recen bride. Hostesses were MeSdames Roy Lee, Roy osborn, Robert Caf mjy. Harold Sorenson, Russel Walker, Cecil Bjustrom, Mart Elmore and daughter, Durwood McArthur, Bill Broderson, Robert Walker and Marie and Service Walker. A mock weddnlg and games .furnished .the •entjertsJn- ment. Mrs. Cooper Is the former Helen Walker and they are visiting here from San Francisco, Calif, where he is stationed with the ar my. Townsend Club Meets— . The Townsend club met Tuesday evening at the Legion hall for the discussion of a new Townsend bill. ness. The bride wore a yellow wool Three caps were awarded the club for distributing the national paper. The next regular meeting Is to be held March 2 at the Legion hall and will be a covered dish supper. On Monday afternoon the woman's auxiliary will meet NATIONAL ; *Bj& 1J <rtist Oi<iKI NG PARTN E R 1} OO »-'°:<<' 1 <^'\ '<<-;;'", NATIONALLY FAMOUS BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED YOURS FOR ONLY 'f *" \ MENUS With , $1.00 Purchase HELPFUL BF^ PT: RING LIVER SELECT SLICED EEF IVER 3 RINDLE5S—SLICED FINEST QUALITY FRESH MEATS LB.24c NUTRITIOUS Pork Brains . Lb . 13c FANCY. MEATY Bullheads .. Lb . 23c HEADLESS AND DRESSED Pickerel ... Lb . 150 Lutefisk _ _2 Ibs. 2§C Spare Ribs. _ lb. 92c V 2 -lb. ^NEARLY A THOUSAND PAGES CONVENIENTLY THUMB-INDEXED. ^HUNDREDS OF PHOTOGRAPHS IN 'FULL COLOR AND MONOTONE. i VITAMIN GUIDES; TIME AND TEMPER- 'ATURE TABLES. BRAND *«nif< 8-oz. ib. 33c 2 Pkgs'. 25 C Pkgs. 26-oz. Drum IN THE SHELL WALNUTS NESTLE'S CHOCOLATE MORSELS IODIZED MORTON'S SALT ARM AND HAMMER BAKING SODA .. BAKING POWDER CALUMET DRY MAGA YEAST ... NATIONAL BRAND COFFEE '4 27c ARGO CORN STARCH... 2 A£ 17c FORT DEARBORN. QUICK OR REGULAR ROLLED OATS ... %M9c YELLOW CORN MEAL ... FRESH AND CRISP—WELL BLEACHED CELERY Stalk Cake MEW POTATOES 3 19c U. S. NO. 1 FLORIDA RED TRIUMPHS SWEET & TENDER, WELL FILLED PODS Fresh Peas ... 2 Lb , 33c TEXAS VALENCIA—SWEET & JUICY Grantee 200.216 uiangea S | Xe Dofc -Q FOR A SALAD THAT'S DIFFERENT, **»« Galavo Pears .2 for 23c TEXAS GROWN—CURLY LEAF Spinach .,..,2 Lb ,, 25c Bag' 19C GRAPEFRUIT 12 33 TEXAS SEEDLESS FULL OF JUICE 112-126 SIZE IVORY FLAKES FOR FINE FABRICS DUZ 4»-oi Pk 9 . 63c "c RIMSO* 23c "P & G SOAP 10 . PRINCE ALBERT OR Velvet Tobacco ^..lOc KIRK'S HARD WATER Castile Soap . *£;? 5c HAZEL BRAND Cleanser.... with Mrs. Marie Pederson for Red Cross sewing. Each lady is aske to bring a tea towel for embrold ering. Algonquin Wetomachlcka Hfeet— The Algonquin Wetomachicl campflre group held a council fir at the library Saturday afternoon at which they passed their firs rank, that of trail seekers. Mrs Campbell Humphrey is guardian and Marian McGuire is the assisting guardian. Members are Mary Ann Timm, Laura Ann Neville Beverly Andrews, Ruth Ann Spear Ruth Ann Riley, Midge McGuire, Delores Devlin and oan Hoffman. CftTd Mi. attd Strs. Jim Sh * *«M party efts- tfart Codper and his . former Helett Walker, the la > L ed by Mrs. Harold Sorensoft Minneapolis and ihe- men's high Commltteetnen's Wives Meet— (Mrs. Martha J. Morgan, farm fieldwoman for the county Triple A reports a good attendance at a joint meeting of the township committeemen and their wives on Friday. The women attended the joint meeting in the morning and held a separate meeting in the afternoon. An open discussion was held on the farm program and the war effort. A dinner was served at noon at the Algona Hotel, Anniversary Party— •About forty neighbors and friends of M/. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan surprised them with a party Sunday " in honor of the 25th annl-, . ir marriage. A silver i gift of $11.00 was presented to the couple. The party was planned by the Morgans' daughters and their husbands, Mr. j.a'nd (Mrs; Albert! Peter of Stanhope and Mr. and Mrs. William Tjaden of Burt. Chief Pharmacists mate' and MrsT Orville Haynea were guests Tuesday evening at the regular meeting of the Wa-Tan-Te club. Twenty-one members were present to t*v;r """^ Wfts . Won ^ t"*ter walker. Corporal Cooper received :he booby prize. Judh> Spaulding"iiTlj— Mrs. Orrln fipauidtag Is entertaining a small group of mothers and their children at her home this afternoon (Thursday) In honor of he second birthday of her daugh* er, Judy. Guests are Mrs, Byron Van Roukle and Neddie. Mrs. Clyde Rtdenour and Janice, Mrs. MelvMr Nelson and Danny and Mrs. Lloyd "ratt and Jimmy. lum Creek Club Meets— The .Plum Creek Elite 4-H club net Saturday at the home of Phyl- Is and Beverly Kaln. Seven members answered roll call with a Uotatlon from either Lincoln or Washington. Velma Jean Shlpler ave a talk on the care of hands nd nails. "Ehe meeting was ad- ourned and games were played and lunch served. Bobby Ewy is 3-1' Mrs. Walter Ewy entertained a group of small children Saturday afternoon in honor of the third birthday of her son, Bobby. The guests were Bobby Richardson, Karen and .Richard Wolf and Larr Wicks. Dpnnie Glaser was unabl to come because of Illness. Party at Dan's—" Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C Dau enter :ained their garage employees an> their wives at a party Tuesday evening honoring Faris Miner, a : ormer employee now a civilian in structor with the army ai r force Seven couples were present. J Pesby. Heading Circle— iThe reading circle of the Pres >yterlan Mislsonary Isociiety will meet Monday afternoon at 2:30 a he home of Mrs. C. B. Murtagh Mrs. George St. John will review Ive chapters of the book, "The Rim f the Carribean." .ridge luncheon— Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer enter- alned at a bridge luncheon at her ome Tuesday afternoon. Three ables were In play with Mrs Dune Dewel receiving the high score rize and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh the second high. Wills Have Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. Walter Will celebrated their twenty-elgth wedding" anniversary with a dinner at their home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. ,JBveryal Adams and. family and Re'y. •. and Mrs'iY'-P.' J; < Biraner were £uestis>'''^ : •-' •'"" •".i;*", »••••.<• - r -'-S Sorority to have Party— MttroHP** Hfo, '& t* VbBS MttMM 6f Uift.ifoif!^ Misers at her home Monday aftettidon a/a<SStt.we*8 M». W7JU Whltfley, Mtft Burllngame ftnd Mfg. QitWfi Pee*. i^-i*.^ X I D. A. R. Tea- " /The local chapter of the Daugh- lath* Mrs. Kdwafd 2eHder wilt entertain the members of Kef Bridge club Thursday* evening 1 ! ^^H^ S\ I <^ O 'M S\ JH-Safc, Feb. 19-20 The brawny story of a town u "" t on muscle! Sun.-Mon.-fucs., I"eb. 21-22-28 ' Mightiest naval drama of all time! '••'••••• Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will have a kid party on LAUGHTON *j^S^^^ M Walter BRENNAN * Added Attractions "Neptune's Day" 'Scrap for Vicitroy" tNews Added Attractions. "Harebraln Hyponlst "Modern Vikings" Fun for the family Wednesday-Thursday, Feb. 24-28 ' The young men who carry the (message of freedom! Filmed at U. a Army famous Thunderbird and Falcon Fields. In technicolor Added, 'TSorah AQitolvetch Band" on Highway 226 on aUCti ° n ° f personal at the 3/ 4 of a mile east of Titonka FRIDAY FEBRUARY Sale to start promptly at 1:00 o'clock Lunch wagon on grounds 61 Head o£ Livestock 6 Head of Horses !£r S t±°AS al 3 S 'Zr d ^r" ra .. ol< ! ; wt MOO each. 1 by tee, 4 vears old. Head of Cattle it side. Some to be fresh by sale date, 11 Yearling I /i Q "trcj & i Head of Hogs faITOW Iast 450 — WHITE ROCK and LEGHORN PULLETS T? FARM MACHINERY 450 on rubber with 229 cultivator. New Case 6 It, mower/ on rubber tires One 2 row cultivator. 1 Singte row cultivator. Moline manure spreader, nearly new^ JoW Deere com XT ter with truck.. Hoosier endgate seeder. 10 ft. John Deere disc. Kover sprtog tooth CwoS i section steel drag. New Hay raefc. . New Idea roller bearing running gears. TTOBOT ^anrtW v* I. H. C. electric separator, used only six month». Feed bunk, 16ft. ^long OhickSSe, S.A wJ crers. Other articles too numerous to mention. • ^"">nwi reeaer and wat- SOME HOUSEHOLD OOOD6 WV MATBBW, A«etione,r TITOJWA eAvnras BASK,

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