The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1943 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1943
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'i '> the Algona, Upper ties Mofties, Atf drift, town, May 13, 1943 Vicinity News Items Mr. and Mrs. Walton DeWitt Spent Sunday at Ft. Dodge with Mr. and Mrs. Al Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Baker of Gorwith spent Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walton De- .Witt. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Osher and daughter, Geneva, of Wallingford Spent Saturday at the A. J. Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simmons and son came from Webster City for a few days visit with Mrs. Jean Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Enger of Bode spent Mother's Day at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Louis Balgeman. Mrs. Bessie Loerke, who makes her home with her son, Cad Ditch, spent Monday visiting friends in West Bend. Pvt. Glenn Banwart returned to Camp Phillips, Kansas, after a fur- lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Banwart, and other relatives. ^ Mrs. Kate Teck returned from a two weeks' visit with her daughter, Evelyn Reding, at Dixon, 111., and with relatives at Dubuque, Iowa, and points in Wisconsin. Fahey Gress went to Iowa City to visit his wife, who is a patient in a hospital there. Mrs. Gress is reported improving, but will remain there several weeks more. Mr. and Mrs. Cnas. Seymore and daughter of Nebraska spent the week-end here with relatives. They came to attend the funeral of Mrs. Seymore's mother, Mrs. Mary Dorweiler. Mrs. F. M. Foley arrived home after spending the winter in Arizona and California. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Foley brought her from Des Moines. Mrs. Emerson, who was visiting at the Foley home, returned with them. IETY SEE US FOR McCORMICK-DEERING Manila Twine 600 Foot Balls , Harvesting Machines Should Be Repaired Now Buy your repair parts to do the work yourself or make arrangements with us soon if you want us to do the overhauling. Algona Implement Co. Win. Runchcy, Sr. Phone 52 Walt Hall, Mgv. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MAY 12 and 13 Romance on The Other Fellow's Honeymoon! -A Victory Short"HENRY ALDRICH GETS IN SCRAP" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 14 and 15 His Best! Tops "Gun for Hire" and "The Glass Key" "Radio's (Mad Russian) BERT GORDON and MARGARET LINDSAY - in "LET'S HAVE FUN" WE PLAY GAMES SATURDAY SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY Ifi, 17 and 18 ff >< ' -- - 1 "* " " ' ' ' •«»««*»* Sfiettcen TRACY Added—"HE DOOD IT AGAIN" - "FIRST AID" Sankcy-Llrtdhorst Wedding— The First Presbyterian church was the scene of a beautiful wedding Tuesday evening at 8 o'clocl when Lavon Alma Sankey became the bride of Lieutenant Ralph W Lindhorst. Rev. C. C. Richardson officiated at the double ring ceremony performed by candleligh against a background of baskets of white flowers and green. Preceding the cerem'pny Kathleen Lorenz, dressed in a long white dress with a corsage of pink and white flowers, sang "I Love You Truly." Mrs. Fred Geigle church organist, played Mendell- sohn's Wedding March. The bride was lovely in a long white satin and lace gown with a long train and a fingertip veil Her bouquet was an orchid surrounded by white roses and sweet peas. Her attendants were Imogene Hill of Atlantic and Doris Sankey. Miss Hill wore a lavendar floor length dress and her bouquet was of peach roses and lavendar sweet peas. Miss Sankey's dress was floor length of aqua color and her bouquet was of salmon colored roses and sweet peas. Duane Jensen served as best man and Kenneth Lindhorst and Wayne Warmbier were ushers. Following the ceremony a wedding reception was given for 70 guests by the bride's mother, Mrs. Clara Sankey, in the church par^- lors. Waitresses were Marjorie Peterson, Lucille Peterson, Donna Hill and Genevieve Sterling. The new Mrs. iiindhorst is a graduate of Algona high school with the class of 1938. For the past few years she has been a very efficient employee of the Security State Bank. She has been the president of the Wa-Tan-Ye business girls club for the' past year. The bridegroom is a newly commissioned officer in the army. He is the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst, prominent farmers near Algona. Before enlist- 22nd ing in the army he was Kossuth Gov. County's deputy sheriff and he is with the military police in the army. He is a 1934 graduate of the local high school. Lieut. Lindhorst will be stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash., and his bride plans to accompany him there the latter part of the week. Betty Laird Weds— Algonians recognized the bridal picture of Betty Laird, now Mrs. Louis F. Kurtz, which appeared in the society section of Tuesday's Des Moines Register together with the story of the wedding, which follows in part: "At one of the lovely spring weddings, Miss Elizabeth I. Laird, daughter of Mrs. Warren E. Laird, became the bride of Ensign Louis F. Kurtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kurtz, Jr. "Preceding the ceremony, performed at 9 a. m. Saturday at St. Augustine's church in Des 'Moines, by the Rev. F. J. O'Connell, Mrs. F. P. Flynn played the organ nuptial music. Palms, white ^nap- IRVINGTON NEWS Mrs. Chester Schoby was hostess to the Friendly Hour Club of Riverdale township last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch have returned to their home at West Concord, Minn., after spending a few days here . last week.. The Urch's came to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. F. Johnson, mother of Mrs. Urch. Mrs. Urch's tentative plans are that she will return soon for a longer stay. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons had several guests last Sunday including Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson and Larry, Matt Kelley, John Kelley of Vinton, Homer Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kelley. John Kelley came to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. J. A. Johnson. He returned to his home in Vinton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Skillin^ motored to Ashton last Friday to attend a shower honoring their daughter, Roberta, whose approaching marriage has been announced. Miss Skilling has been teaching public school music in that city for several years. She will return to the home of her parents this week-end. Mrs. J. A. Maasdam has received the news telling of the death of her aunt, Mrs. Andrew Kramer of Bradgate. Mrs. Kramer had lived for many years in the Bradgate community and was nearly 90 years of age. Funeral services were conducted last Friday afternoon, with burial at Humboldt. The Maasdams were unable to attend the final rites. Shirley and Dick Weber entertained the Irvington 4-H club on April 26. Due to conflicting dates there were only nine members present. John Weber, club leader, gave a most interesting talk on pigs and their care pertaining to feeding and weaning. Shirley Weber conducted several games, after which Mrs. Weber served a delicious lunch. Several Irvington families entertained guests last Sunday honoring Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh had as their guests the Richard Leigh family; Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. John 1 Simon, Sr., of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leland of Swt-a City were at the John Simon, Jr^g.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Geigel and son, Robert motored to Fenton where they spent the days at the Gerald Voigts; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel had -present at their home Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson and family of Algona, also Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Deibler and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Van Stenberg of Flint, Mich. The Van Stenbergs arrived last .Saturday morning from Flint, Mich., and will make a ten day visit at the parental Egel home. dragons and poeticis, decorated the church. "The bride was escorted to the altar by her" cousin, Kenneth Knudsen (until recently of Algona but now of Des Moines). She*wore an exquisite gown of white point d'esprit, and a fingertip veil. She carried a wedding missal and a bridal bouquet of roses and white sweetpeas. "Miss Mary Alice Kurtz, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. She wore a yellow tulle gown with a shoulder veil to match and carried talisman roses and blue iris. Bridesmaids were Betty Burnham of Chicago, Patricia Flynn and Cherrye Ives. They wore blue tulle gowns with matching veils and carried pernet roses and baby jonquils. "Robert Kurtz attended bis brother as best man, and ushers were Bernard Kurtz, uncle of the bridegroom, R. A. Fogarty and Thomas Burcham. "A wedding breakfast for the, Eamilies of the couple and out-of- town guests followed at Hotel Ft. Des Moines. Spring flowers decorated the bridal table. The couple eft immediately for Chicago where ;hey spent the week-end. Ensign iurtz left Monday for Princeton N. J., to complete his officers' course." Betty was born in Algona and attended the local schools. She is he only daughter of the late W. }. Laird, prominent Algonian. She nd her mother have, been making heir home in Des Moines. Townsend Meeting— The officers and committee chairmen of the Algona Townsend Club met with Mrs. A. M. Anderson, Monday evening, May 10. Mrs. Christine Esser was appointed youth chairman of the club and is now a member of the club council. The official convention call was read announcing plans for the state convention to be held May and 23rd in Hickenlooper Des will Moines. birthday song. Was sung for Jane Walker end Mrs. Ellen Bjustfbffi. A message was read from Mrs, Marg Beard of Deep Water, Mo. Mrs. Beard is a former member and a sister of Mrs. Nannie Setchell and the late Mrs. D.-J. Mitchell. Mrs. Scott^MOore was a guest. Riverdale LaduTs'chib— The Riverdale Ladies' Friendly Club met with Mrs. Eva Schoby, with Frances McCoy assisting. The meeting opened with the singing of the club song and the song, "When Johnnie Comes Fly- Ing Home." Roll call was answered with a gardening suggestion. The lesson on the subject, "Conservation of Material" was given by Mrs. Alice Steele and Mrs. Mamie Fitch. The program was in charge of Mary Capesius and Catherine Metzen and consisted of a spelling contest. Dorothy Boldrldge and Mrs. Hurodo were the winners. All but. three members were present at the-meeting. Mrs. Sadie Riley is; a new member of the club and there were three other guests. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Grill on June 2nd. Dinner for Servicemen— Mr. and Mrs. Karl Willasson entertained at a six o'clock dinnnr Saturday evening in honor of their son, Corp. Donald Willasson of the marines and their nephew, Sgt. Tom Sampson of the army. Guests were the grandmother, Mrs. Geor§ ia Helgens, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton ampson and their sons, Paul and Richard,' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sampson, Mrs. Victor Sampson and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Parsons. Farewell Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen of Burt entertained at a dinner Wednesday evening at the Marvin Hotel in honor of Wayne SchichtJ, who expects to go into the service. Guests were Mr. and ."Mrs. Kenneth Cook, Algona, Mrs. Donald Hammerstrom, Herbert Weiske and Dean Kienita of Burt. The evening was spent at the McMullen home. Wayne received many useful gifts. Seventy-five Club— The Seventy-five Club of the Hardy-are on the, f eff es'hmert committee.' United S*rvtce"wom«t- The local unit of tfnitdA Service Women will hold -their annus dues paying meeting Monday eve- guest speaker at one of the sessions. Mrs. A. A. Anderson, local club president, will act as convention secretary and also an official delegate. Other delegates nominated were Mrs. Mabel Kruse, Mrs. Lottie Johnson and Mrs. Cora Holdren. A penny supper will be sponsored by the group next Tuesday evening. The womans auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Leonard Maasdam Monday afternoon. All members are asked to bring Red Cross quilt blocks. The youth group is planning a party for Friday evening, May 28, at the home of Mrs. Cora Holdren. At the close of the meeting Mrs. Milton Fox, a recent bride, was presented with a gift of a pendent necklace set with pearls as a token of esteem. During the social hour games were played and Mary Joe Esser and Lila Schmidt sang. Bible Searchers— The Bible Searchers class of the Methodist church met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Addie Gingrich. The assisting hostesses were Mesdames Edith Rich, Kate Doege and Grace Blanchard. Twenty- four were present. The devotions were in charge of Mrs. Blanchard and Mrs. Mary Taylor. Roll call was answered with Mother's Day verses. Each hostess read a Mother's Day poem. Mrs. Laura Keen read an article from Readers Di;est in keeping with Mother's Day, entitled "He Adopted Us." The be the Presbyterian church will meet on Tuesday evening in the church basement at 7:30. Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Strayer are the entertaining committee and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nealy and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. YOUR OWN \ PIG AND | HOG FEED, DRY MIXTURE. — ~ ^* C ^ *• ~A. fcettintt «»"•** —~— help »upply "" . feeding forma- ALGONA PRODUCE PHONE 9 Laborers Wanted -at the Hemp Mill Rye & Henkle Construction Co. APPLY AT U. a EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ALGONA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 'rom where I sit ... oe Marsh Almost everybody's figuring what things'll be like after the war. I talked about that today with Jeb CrowelL Jeb-he's a veteran of the last War-says: "One thing's sore, Joe. The boys this time won't return and find what we came back to." Then he went on to mention Prohibition... and I ought to say right here that Jeb's a man of moderation... a glass of beer or two is all he'll ever take. It was the principle of the thing that bothered him. "Passing a law behind our backs," he says, "was violatiu' Just what we were flghUn' for. The very principles we fought for In 1776, Law-makin* without representation is one of the most undemocratic things we con do." I guess we're all agreed on that. Most folks admit we made a mistake once... but the boys who are fighting this war can be pretty sure we won't pull anything like that again! No. 60 of a. Series Copyright, 1943, Brewing Industry Foundation ning, May 17, at eight o'clock in the Club room of the library. Al members and persons eligible fdr membership are urged to attend A report on the state convention In Des Molnes will be given by thi delegates from the local unit. Post-Nuptlal Shower- Mrs. Harry Helmke was hostesi Monday evening at a post-nuptin shower honoring Mrs. Larry Cop potelli, the former Mary Quirlni Schmidt. Friends and classmates of the guest of honor were presort and the evening was spent playinj games, after which ' a delicious lunch was served. Mrs. Coppotell received many lovely gifts. Birthday "~~ The Birthday Club met Saturday for a one o'clock luncheon a the home of Mrs. Antone Johnson in honor of the birthday of Mrs D. D. Paxson. Bridge was played in the afternoon with Mrs. W. G McCullough receiving the prize for high score. Mrs. Paxson was presented with a gift. C. D. of A.— ~ '" The Catholic Daughters ol America will have their annual election of officers at their regular meeting Thursday evening, May 13, at the Academy Hall at 8.00 o'clock. Mrs. Minnie Matern and Mrs. Anna Miller are the hostesses for the social hour. Woman's Club—" ' The Algona Woman's- Club will hold their final meeting of the club year on Friday afternoon, May 14, in the club roOm of the library. Rev. E< K. Nelson will speak on the subject, "Religion and Democracy." Mrs. Bert Palmer will be the vocalist. The .Missionary :3odety of, the mm: Lutheran church will meet hostess. Ail, LUMBER We have several c*fs of >«al good lumber on hand now. Better get your needs white it lasts. Make those necessary repairs while you can get materials. Now is the right tune ta bay your paint. Prevent deterioration by preserving the exterior surfaces of buildings. 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