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The Algoita Upper D«s Moines, Alf6«s ( tdwa> May 20, HANTELMANSAT FENTON OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING Fenlon — Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday. Services began at 1:30 at the Fairvilln church. Rev. A. F. Rehder, pastor, had charge of the renewal of their vows. Their original attendants of a half century ago attended them. They are Mrs. Herman Baas and Gerhard Wehrspann, both of Whittemore. The ladies wore corsagos of talisman roses and sweet pens and the men wore boutonneires of talisman roses. * Open house was held in the church basement from 2:00 to 4:00. Coffee and cake were served at 3:00. Dinner was served at 5:00 to 100 near relatives and friends. Long tables were decorated with gold streamers, candles, bouquets and a three-tier wedding cake which furnished the centerpiece. Mr. and Mrs. Hantelman were married May 16, 1893, by the Rev. William Faulstach in Whittemore. They began housekeeping on their farm now tenanted by the Paul Voigt family and lived there until in April, 1939, when they moved to their new home in Fenton and where they still reside. There are eight children, all of whom attended the golden wedding except Lieut. Walter Hantelman, of the navy. The children are Gerhard, Susan of Minneapolis, Martin, Lieut. Walter, Wilmar and Hilbert, both of Minneapolis, Alice (Mrs. Wm. Schultz) of Albuquerque, N. M., and Wm. Jr., of Fenton. Out-of-town people attending Algona Public School Teachers Started Their Vacations Saturday Following the close of the public schools last week the greater number of the faculty have returned to their respective homes, some to make further study in summer schools, some to enter employment in civilian defense activities, others to help on the home front in different phases. Several of the instructors will spend the summer vacations in Algona. The list follows: Mr. Orin Spalding, instrumental instructor for the grade and the high school, will be here during the summer to direct the city band. Coach Nelson will also be here this summer to take charge of the Algona swimming pool. Miss Elnor Vannote, science teacher at the high school, .will take a refresher course in chemistry at Ames, where her parents live. Miss Clarice Powers, high school English and Latin teacher, will remain in Corning with her parents for the summer and may enter summer school there. Miss Alvena Louise Miller, high school mathematics teachers, will reside with her parents in Cedar Falls for the duration of the summer. Miss Marguerite Gilmore, high school English instructor, will spend most of the summer in her home town, Duluth, Minn. Miss Kay Lorenz, Third Ward teacher, has gone to her home in Lincoln, Iowa, for most of the summer. Miss Jane Mahin. high school English and art teacher, has re- signed her position here to finish her schooling in California for a Master of Arts Degree. Miss Agnes Engel, grade school vocal instructor^ will study voice in New York City during the summer. Miss Joyce Tolcott, kindergarten teacher at the high school, went to her home in Webster,City and in two weeks will journey to Tulsa, Okla. She has resigned her position here. Miss Ruth Cedergren, local grade school teacher, after spending a short time at her home in Sac City, will go to Arkansas. Miss Arlet Skaar went home to Primghar and later will travel to Washington state. She is third grade teacher at the Bryant. Miss Maxine McCloud, local grade school teacher, after visiting at her home in Hawarden, will travel to Florida. Miss Margaret Hullerman, Bryant principal, plans to visit California. Mrs. Ruth Southwick, high school vocal instructor, left for her home in Red Oak for a short visit and will then drive to Texas to join her husband, Lieut. Stanley Southwick. Miss Frances Bone, high school history and debate teacher, left Friday night for Chicago. Later she will join Mrs. Southwick and drive to Texas and then travel on to California. Miss Kathryn Mills, high school English and speech teacher, will spend the summer in Grinnell. the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Glen .Hicks, Mrs. Wm. Fullerton, Mrs. John Wehrspann and Edna ^ THURSDAY, MAY 20th ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S "SHADOW OF A DOUBT" with TERESA WRIGHT and JOSEPH COTTON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 21 and 22 7ir$ FANTASTIC^ ( BUTTRUI-Rommell \ ^rout from Africa! JUDV cflnovn A REPUBLIC PICTURE SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY - MAY 23, 24 and 25 Great Stars... is v A Great Story... A Great Author! by JAMES HILTON author of "LOST HORIZON" and £OOD-UYE MR. CHIPS DORN iSttdlZH PETERS Hantelman, all of Dubuque; Mr. and Mrs. August Bany, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bany and Walter Bany of Elgin, Minn.; Mrs. Chas, Langerman of Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wehrspann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wehrspann and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wehr- spann, all of Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harms of West Bend; Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stamer and family of Hinton; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Wehr- spann, Henry Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gade and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehrspann, of Whittemore; Pvt. Herman C. Wehrspann of Camp Hood, Texas; Mrs. Fred Schaenbohm of Clinton, and Mr. and Mrs.-W. B. Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn. Howard Schulte left for Des Moines on Monday to be inducted into the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and family left Friday for their new home in Rockford, 111. Mr. Osborn has employment in a defense plant in that city. Edmund Krause arrived home Thursday from Grand Haven, Mich. Edmund, who is an acting yeoman, is home for a 10-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod was hostess to her bridge club on Friday evening with four tables in play. Mrs. P. H. Jensen won' first high score prize and Mrs. E. J. Frank was second high. Mrs. Paul Eigler played for an absent member. Former Wesleyan Weds at Des Moines Wesley — Announcements were received here last week of the marriage of Mrs. Bertha Looft of Des Moines to George Pommer of Woden. The ceremony was performed in the chapel of the Central Presbyterian church in Des Moines on Wednesday, May 12th. They will make their home in Woden, where Mr. Pommer has lived the past three years having moved there from a farm north of Wesley. Mrs. Looft and her family left Wesley 20 years ago. Esther Soefeld Weds— Esther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris T. Seefeld, was married to Elead M. Wegner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wegner on Sunday, April 4, in candlelight services at St. Matthew's Lutheran church in Charleston, S. C. The Rev. Walter C-: Davis performed the single ring ceremony at 6:30 at the close of vesper services. The bride and groom followed the minister down the aisle to the strains of the traditional Lohengrin wedding march. The organist played Shubert's "Ave Maria" very softly through the services. The large marble altar was decorated with bouquets of various kinds of flowers. The bride wore a light blue street length dress of sheer silk crepe with white accessories. Her corsage was baby orchids. The new Mrs. Wegner is a 1937 graduate of the Algona high school and of Iowa State Teachers College. Until resigning her position before going to Charleston, she was a bookkeeper in the offices of the National Biscuit Company in Kansas City. The bridegroom, who has been in the Navy since 1941, has been transferred from the West coast, where he was stationed on a troop transport. He is now serving on a newly commissioned destroyer. Ruth Dearchs Weds— Ruth Dearchs, of Des Moines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Dearchs, Algona, was married on Thursday, April 13, to First Class Petty Officer Lee Edward Casey at the Baptist parsonage in Fort Branch, Indiana. The double ring ceremony was read at eight o'clock in the evening by the Rev. Alfred C. Weir. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Casey. The bride wore a dress of aqua with beige accessories. Her bridesmaid's costume was of navy. The young couple will make their home in New Orleans until he returns to his station in Panama. He is a musician, first class, in the naval band. The bride attended the local schools and for a time was employed by the Godden Monument Co. Mr. Casey is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Casey of Port Branch Indiana. Merlin Mcrtz Honored at Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Mertz of West Bend entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of their son Merlin's graduation. Those attending were Agnes and Mike Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Veerkamp and family of Ottosen; Mr and Mrs". Simon Weber and family and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reed and daughter of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mertz and daughter and Nick Mertz and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Green of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz and daughter of Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. John Mertz and family of LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs Dennis Wagner and son of Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thilges and family and Mr. and Mrs Joseph Thilges and family of Bode, Mrs. Kate Peck and Raphael Mon tag of West Bend. The honoree received many gifts. Plum Creek Women Meet— The Plum Creek Womens' Club met at the Central School, where Elsie Jenkins and Florence Calhoun acted as the. hostesses Vivian Kuhn .was the dining rppm hostess. The program was conducted by Katherine Hutchins with Agnes Engel leading the Bryant school pupils in singing folk songs. Katherine Hutchins read a poem for Mother. Eddie Black read a poem of Mother. Blllie Schuck and Dean Stevens sang a duet Leota Geigel played a piano selection. The program ceased with the club singing "America." Dinner for Soldier— Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Teeter entertained at a dinner Sunday noon in honor of their son, Sgt. Clifford Teeter and his wife. Attending were Mrs. Orville Volner and two children, Doreen and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Franz Teeter and John and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Teeter and Harold, Merle and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeter and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Teeter and Marijean and Lewis Heerdt. Penny Supper— A very successful Penny Supper, sponsored by Algona Townsend Club No. 1, was held at the Legion Hall, Tuesday evening, CORPORAL MORRIS ISEBRAND WEDS DORIS FRANZEN AT TITONKA FRIDAY Prairie Pals 4-H Held Meet Saturday Wesley—The Prairie Pals 4-H Club met Saturday, May 15, at the home of Mary Lee Cole, with six members present. A new member, Cheryll Meurer, attended. A discussion on shoes was held with a quiz following. A "Good Grooming" test was given. Mrs. Lou Wingert, leader, asked for a special meeting to be held at her home on Monday, May 24, when Rally Day will be discussed. The next regular meeting will* be leld at Patricia Richtsmeiers on Tuesday, June 15. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess, Mary Lee Cole. Mrs. Hattie .Brown was hostess to the Cresco Embroidery Club .ast Wednesday. Alter roll call Mrs. Ralph Brown gave a demonstration on "Proper Table Setting of Dishes." Mrs. Selma Godfredson, club president, presided. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Arlene, oldest daughter of Mrs. Irene Studer, spent from Thursday until Sunday with friends at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Goetz and two children of Bancroft spent last Wednesday at the parental August Carman home. Mr. and Mrs. George Werling and Charlotte attended the Commencement exercises at Renwick Thursday evening. Her son, LeRoy, was a member of the class. Miss Hilda Goetz was honored at a farewell party Friday evening by a group of friends at the Tom McMahon home. Following an evening of cards the group had refreshments at the Wesley Care. FARMERS AND POULTRYMEN • We have just received a carload of field and poultry fence, barb wire, heavy and light weight. SEE US AT ONCE AS THESE ITEMS WILL MOVE OUT FAST TO THE TRADE. PHONE 229 F. S. Norton & Son Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hanig, passed his physical exams and leaves Saturday from Britt for induction into the army. His three brothers, Joseph, Vincent and Francis are already in the army. A baby boy was born May 10th to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Webner, of Wisconsin. Mrs. Webner will be remembered here as Amy Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Nelson. Her husband is in the U. S. Army. Craig Kouba, 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., seems to hold a record for having the measles. He entertained the disease in January, 1941, again in January the next year and in May of this year. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meurer, Cheryl and Jimmy, were Sunday dinner guests at the Armour Lemkee home near Irvington. Betty Lemkee of Arkansas and Adell of Omaha spent the week-end at the parental Lemkee home. Al Wagner received word from his son, Dwight, of the navy, saying he was well. It has been learned that he was on the ship Kanawha that was sunk April 7th by the Japs near Caledonia. The message was written on Red Cross stationery. Miss Helen Goetz, R.N., left Saturday for Woods, Wis., where she has employment in a veterans hospital. Miss Goetz has been caring for her mother, Mrs. Anton Goetz, for some time. Mrs. Albert Hotter of Waterloo came Saturday and took her mother back with her. Mrs. Helen Johnson left Sunday via the flier for a visit with relatives in Chicago and Hammond, Ind. She will then go on to Buffalo, N. Y., to visit her two sons, William and Edward, who are employed in the Be}le Aircraft and Curtiss-Wright factories, respectively. Mrs. Johnson resigned her position in the Loebig Cafe, where she had been employed the past four and one-half years. Mrs. Alf Studer and spn, Gerald, went to Wichita, Kansas, Thursday, where on Saturday they attended the wedding of Julia Ann Studer to Ralph Jarvis in the St. Mary's Cathedral. Mr. Jarvis, Julia and her sister, Mae, are all employed in the Beech Aircraft Company.. The two girls left for Kansas last sununer following their graduation from the Wesley public school. Miss Florence Burke, one of the teachers, ileit with the girls and is also employed in the plaot. She was married several months ago. Her bus- band is in the U. S. Army. Titonka—On Friday, May 14, at a candlelight service Doris Franzen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Franzen, and Cpl. Morris Isebrand, son ' of Mr. and Mrs." Senus Isebrand, were married at the Immanuel Lutheran church by the Rev. William Planz.' -Mrs. Wm. Planz : played the wedding march and recessional and Miss Mildred Franzen and Miss Erma' Schmidt sang "O Master Let Me Walk With Thee" and the "Lord's Prayer." Darlene Franzen, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. She was dressed in a white floor-length dress and carried a basket of snapdragons and' sweet peas. Kenneth Loats, cousin of the groom,, was ring bearer • and carried the ring in a white calla lily. The bride was given by her father, Herman Franzen. She wore a white chiffon floor-length dress with a finger tip veil with a coronet of seed pearls, and carried a bouquet of roses. The bridesmaid was Deloris Isebrand, sister of the groom, and she wore a light blue floor-length dress, with a bouquet of yellow carnations. Raymond Franzen, brother of the bride, was best man. The bridegroom wore his uniform. Louis Franzen and Clarence Loats were ushers. After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents for 135 guests. >Cpl. Isebrand left Saturday, by way of Mason City, for Kansas City where he has been transferred from South Carolina to attend a radio mechanics school. Mrs. Isebrand will join her husband later. May 18th. from 5:30 until .8:00 o'clock. Mrs, Mat*, HeMd) fcCc chairman, manage^ the supper The dining room was in charge 01 Mrs. J. J. Deolefc aftd .he* com mittee. who Had the tabled arranged in V shape and flower decorations of lilacs and tulips. •Ufa. tC——' Seventy-Five Club— The Seventy-Five Club of the Presbyterian church met Wednesday evening. The business meeting was in charge f of W. A. Hardy newly elected president. The calendar fdr the next year compiled by the officers was presented. It was voted to send two delegates to the Young Peoples' Conference at Okoboji this summer instead of the usual one. A social hour and lunch followed. Sorority To Meet— The Alpha Psi chapter of Bet« Sigma Phi will have its final meeting of the season Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Jean Ulrich, who lives at the Turnbaugh apartments, will be hostess. The chapter does not meet during the three summer months but they hold one social event a month. Four Corners Club To Meet—> The Four Corners club' will meet June 2nd at the Legion Hall in Algona. The club is a federation 01 the Union, CreSco, Plum Creek and Riverdale clubs, which each have their own regular meeting. A fine program is being planned for this meeting. .......... Campflrc Girls Meet—The Okiciypi Campflre girls helt their meeting at the home of Arlene, Spilles last Friday. Those present were Joan Walcott, Barbara Plat, Jacqueline Brown anr their guardian, Mrs. H. W. Miller Woman's Auxiliary Meeting:— The. Woman's Auxiliary chairman, Mrs. Mina Davis, has announced an auxiliary meeting al the home of Mrs. Clara Maasdam South Minnesota street, Monday afternoon, May 31. Wa-tan-ye Club— Seventeen members of the Wa- tan-ye Club met Tuesday evening at the Algona hotel for a 6:30 dinner. -Mrs. Paul Wille was a guest of the club and showed her collection of buttons. Townsend Youth Party— The youth chairman of. the Townsend Club, Mrs. Christine Esser, has announced a party for young folks at the home of Mrs. Cora Holdren on Friday evenim* May 28th. May Breakfast— Mrs. H. M. Olson entertained members of Mrs. A. A. Bishop and VTrs. H. W. Thompson's Methodist Circles Wednesday morning from 9:00 until 11:30, with a May break* Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carr drove to Algona Saturday afternoon to get her sister, Mrs. Gus Johnson, of Gowrie and Phyllis of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Heyo Boekelnvm and Harold, Pfc. Georga Boekelman of Camp Hood, Texas, and Lorraine Peterson were Tuesdji evening callers at the John Meyer home at Wesley. Lavon Oesterreicher left Sunday for Minneapolis, where she will be employed by a wholesale grocery company. She resigned her position with the Standard Oil Co. at Mason City last week. Arthur Jay Budlong, Mrs. Jay Budlong and Marjorie Peterson took Robert Budlong to the train at Mason City, from where he returned to Midland, Texas, following a furlough spent here. Pfc. Charles Beed returned to Camp Warner Bobbins, Ga., Sunday evening after having spent on emergency furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schram. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauptly, Ida Mae and Anna Alke attended the Commencement exercises at Thompson Thursday evening, at which Phyllis Halvorson was graduated. They also visited at the Felix Halvorson home. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carr drove to Clear Lake Sunday to meet her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Patterson, of Longmont, Colo., and they enjoyed a- picnic together. Mrs. Paterson will come here later to visit at the Carr home. Lorraine Peterson, who Has been teaching at Dunkerton, came Friday for a visit at the parental Geo. Peterson home. She will attend summer school at Cedar Falls and has accepted a position in the Waterloo public schools for next year. Mrs. Roy Petticord, who has been attending the N. Y. A. School at Winona, Minn., completed her course and is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adamsoji until Saturday, when she will leave for LPS Angeles, Calif., where she will be employed- She will stop in <?hi- cago to visit her husband, whp is in a hospital there, * Naomi cIrct«M« The Naomi circle of the bekih iodge>iii meet Friday 4 «it ernooH ftt 2JS<5 at the. home of Mts. Luella Etherington, 309 So. Jones. Wayne Schichtl Dinner— A dinner party was given for Wayne Schichtl, Butt, recently in the Chromrcafe. A number of relatives were present. Wayne lett for the Army Monday, Eastern Star Rttnunafe Sale— The Eastern Star is having a rummage sale Saturday, May 22, beginning at 1:00 p.m. through the evening in the basement of the Masonic Temple. Rummage Sale— The Rebekah Lodge is having a this AUra*m> stok H i WUl Mjtjfl run throughout^ ffle^day> f , 4 ^ Q'elgef, sdh of irvihafon^-o'er , Mr. ah! Mrs. Fred 5. Oeigel, left fdr the f etutn trip t6 Gft'tnji Peaty, WilliamsbtiWf, Va,, last' Thursday evening. BOD had been home for an eleven day furlough. He is now through with his basfd training and as 'soon fis the .battalion can be equipped he expects to be sent overseas, as his unit is art overseas battalion. Rumors are prevalent how that the Seabees corps will soon be closed for enlistments as they are rapidly obtaining the numbers they desire for the various combat units. Camp Peary Is not an embarkation point, hence ''the groups are moved elsewhere. f Midsummer Hats Nothing like' a' big hat for summer—to add to your good looks—to magically transform your casual cottons' into date-time specials. We've a .prize winning collection just received from a . market-trip las.t week. Bewitching big-brimmed bonnets,: swooping-wltfe bretons, shady sailors. , •' -•".'' ';'•?'• Lots of berets and a beautiful assortment of new ice wool fascinators. ' Other New Items .•Wash Frocks ,! , • 'Bemberg Dresses • Blouses • • .Corduroy Jackets . •'Slacks • Jewelry • Hand Bags • Rain Coats THE ELITE This Is A Vegetarian's Paradise Yes, you've guessed.'it! The Fresh Fruit and .Vegetable Department,of your A&& Self-Service Food Store is virtually a vegetari It proudly displays long lanes'of the finest yields or orchard! gardens . . . crisp, fresh vegetables . . .'ripe, luscious fruits^ assortments. Now, more than ever before, your A&P is makiil out effort to get the best crops available for your selection, many foods rationed, your A&P is making an all-out effort to best crops available for your selection. With so many foods ratiol your A&P is determined to make up with fresh fruits and vegetabT what you can not get in other foods. 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