The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1943 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1943
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 10, 1943 ELNORA POPPE AND JAMES MAYNE, LAKOTA, MARRIED Lakota—A very pretty wedding was solemnized at "St. Paul's Lutheran church at 2:30 o'clock Sunday 'afternoon when Elnora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe, was married to James Mayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne of Grant township, in a double ring ceremony With the Rev. Fred Darnauer officiating. The church was decorated with white spyrea and lighted candles. Anna Baumann played the wedding march and first of the pro. cession Was Melvin Englebarts, who lighted the candles; then two girls, Lillian Harms and Lena Christ, both dressed in floor length blue gowns, who took their place near the organ and later sang two songs; then the ushers, / Elmer Englebarts and Arnold Brandt; the bridesmaid, Virginia Dits- worthj wore a pale pink gown and carried pink and yellow snapdragons; the maid of honor, Kath- erihe Poppe, sister of the bride, wore aqua blue silk and carried pink and yellow snapdragons; the bride, dressed In white satin with a'long lace veil, came in on the arm of her father and joined the groom and best man, Adolph Poppe, Jr., at the altar. Little Ruth Marie Darnauer was flower girl and Merlin Krosch ring bearen- The bride's bouquet was pink roses and White sweet peas and she wore a pearl necklace, the gift of the groom. At the close of the 1 ceremony the Rev. Darnauer sang "To Thee Our Father's God, We Bow," and then gave the closing prayer. A twd-coiirse dinner was served at 6 o'clock in the church dining room to the bridal party and the immediate families of the bride and groom, with a place set honoring Donald Mayne. brother of the groom, who Is with the armed forces and hence not able to attend the wedding. The tables weve decorated in pink and white with flags as favor place cards. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, north of town, the same evening. The young couple will go tq housekeeping in a 3-room cottage on the groom's father's farm and he will continue to work with his father. The Aaron Swalves, south of i attended the funeral of Mrs. Swale's father, John Kort, at Ti* tonka Friday. Mrs. Tom Papineau and little daughter, of Chicago, are visiting with the former's mother, Mrs. Will Thaves, and other relatives here. Mrs. J. H. Warburton drove to the F. G. Torrines Friday and the women attended the funeral of Albert Clayton at the Methodist church. Mr. Clayton was well known'in North Kossuth. M. M. 1/c Ferdinand Koppen and wife arrived Sunday for a three week's furlough from the west coast. They came to Iowa Falls Friday and visited with Mrs. Koppen's family and Nick Koppen went after them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rippentrop drove to Algona Thursday to meet their son, Joe, who has been in the service on the west coast for several months and who has been given an honorable discharge from the army and will help his father on the farm. Mesdames Harry Mussman, Lakota, her -mother F. C. Kiester and Charles Anderson, Elmore, Minn., drove' to Goldfield Sunday for a few days with Mrs. Agnes Whyte and L. P. Stevenson, both of whom- are critically ill. Mr. Stevenson and Mrs. Whyte are brother and sister of'Mrs. Kiester and Mr. Stevenson is Mrs. Anderson's father. John, son of Mr. and Mi's. I. E. Wortman and Dennis, son of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray, were taken by car to Manley where they took the train for Iowa City where they will enter the University for the summer. Dennis will take a Liberal Arts course and John will take a pre-military course; Both boys graduated from high school in May. . * R. Siemens, Lincoln Twp. Farmer, Passes Lakota—Robert Siemens, Lincoln township farmer, died at his home last week Wednesday night after several months illness.. Funeral services were held at the home at 1:30 Sunday afternoon and at 2:00 o'clock at the Buffalo Center funeral home and interment was in Maple Hill cemetery, Lakota. Surviving are his widow, three sons, Joe at home, and Albert and Robert, Lakota; and two daughters, (Reca) Mrs. Will Weiler, Lakota, and (Katie) Mrs. Frank Prusman, Titonka. Read The Want'Ads—It Pays WS/////S/S///////////////SS///S///////////////////////////SS//SSS//S/S/////SSSSSSSSSSSS/SS/SSS/SSSS//S//S/SSS/S//. Your No. 17 Shoe Stamp Will Not Be Good After ,.,', ,. ... \ • , .. June 15th r j, 7 j f f p - A - advises-you to USE it. And /award's ask you to use it for npthing ~ m >I than a pair of those good old reliable ' j|^> JETER'S DIAMOND BRAND shoes—sold T ' - riUl t /<.? in Algona exclusively by * • Woodward's WHERE YOU BUY ,FOR LESS, FINAL RITES FOR I L SMITH, 59, LUVERNE MONDAY Funeral' services were held on Monday afternoon at the Methodist church at Hardy, with interment in the LuVerne cemetery, for I. L. Smith, Hardy. Mr. Smith, who was 59 years of age, had lived practically his entire life in the LuVerne and Hardy communities. He died Friday of a hear) ailment at Mercy hospital in Forl Dodge. He had suffered a heart Attack at his home and was taken to the, hospital, where he died about 15 minutes after his arrival. He is survived by his Wife, the 'former Mamie Zwiefel, and nine children: Lester, Marlin anc Harold of Renwick; Victor of Hardy; 'Donald of Humboldt, Mrs Peter Van Houten of Llvermore; Mrs. Donald Cameron of Goldfield; Mrs. Merton Helvick of Humboldt, and Mrs. Lawrence Werner of Livermore. There are also four brothers, George of Dakota City, Elmer of Des Moines, Thomas of Fort Dodge, and Robert of Hardy, and two sisters, Mrs. Edw. Shaffer of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Wm. Ellis of LuVerne and a number of'grandchildren. At the burial service, the five sons and Lyle Anderson, Hardy, were casket bearers. Nick Wolf is at home on furlough from Childress, Texas. Mrs. Thomas Wiggins is enjoying a visit from a sister from Chicago. Mrs. Gilbert. Hefti and daughters of Webster City spent the week-end at Edwin Heftis. Mrs. Wm. Hoepner returned Saturday from Omaha, where she had been visiting her mother. Mrs. Flora Raney, Mrs. Harry Von.Draska and Floyd Lowmiller have been on the sick list the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf and daughters of Fort Dodge spent Saturday evening with LuVerne friends. Pvt. Albert Pergande, stationed at Coffeyville, Kansas, has been visiting LuVerne relatives while on a furlough. MarTe Fritzmeier returned last Friday from Grand Lake, Colo., where she had been teaching kindergarten the past year. Mrs. Wm. Johnson, Amboy, Minn., visited at C. W. Cotes last week arid Timmy Cote returned to Amboy with her for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Horn a family returned last Saturday from a two weeks vacation spenl with relatives in Illinois and Wisconsin. Mrs. J. G. Miller and daughter, Janet, went to Oshkosh, Wis., Friday to attend the funeral of a niece of Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Leslie Domer. Mrs. Henry Friday, a former LuVerne resident but now from Dakota City, spent last' week at her grandson's, Irwin Fridays and at Henry Klubys. A son was born Saturday at the Kossuth hospital in Algona to Mr and Mrs. Burtis DiNio. Mrs. DiNio is the former Audrey Holmes and Mr. DiNio is in the navy. Alvin Gronbach has been transferred from" Beloit, Wis., where he has been taking basic training in the air corps, to Santa Ana, Calif., for further training. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips and son, Douglas of Storm Lake, Came Saturday .evening to bring back Jimmy Phillips, who had been visiting in their home. The Presbyterian Ladies Assn. will meet Wednesday afternoon, June 16, with Mrs. Guy Traiiger. Benedict's Store will be the meeting place for transportation. Carl Swanson went to Ames Friday to bring home his son, Howard, and Robert Kruse, who have been attending Iowa State College there. Hobert returned to begin the new quarter Monday.* Annouucement! I have purchased the J, L. Eichardson' Hardware Stock and will operate it under the name of;"ALGONA HARDWARE." • ' ' . 1 . s, We will contirfUe to carry a complete line of high grade merchandise, as has been done in the past. We invite you tq drop in and browse around. f Ypu will find that we have just about everything in the hardware line., I am experienced in the hardware business, having spent my entirr business life in this line of merchandise, Recently J sold my stock"at.Waupaca, Wis,, and after visiting various pajrts of W country, your city and community seemed outstanding as an ideal business center- My family wiU move here as soon as living quarters can be secwed, I intend to make Algona ,my home. Your patronagi will be appreciated, Mr, and Mrs. F. G. Hagist and Mrs. J. L. Lichty took Miss Bert Hagist to Mason, frorn which place Miss Hagist returned to her home in Chicago after a 'two week's vacation with her brother. Wanda Stoddard went to Des Moines last week where she is spending a couple of weeks with hei< Sister, Mrs. Jasper Vaughn, and ,family. She is also visiting her friends, Darlene and Dixie Ramus. Sunday guests at the' Charles Goetsch home were the Howard McCreadys, Livei-more, the.Ernest Behnkendorfs, Bancroft, and Geo. Krafftes, Kahawha. The women are all daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Goetsch. Mrs. Georgia Smith and Mrs. Anna Sankey have moved into apartments in the house known as the Brummond house, owned by Mrs. Maggie Zentner. Mrs. Zenlner lives in the upstairs apartment. Vera Dimler, who went to visit her friend, Jean Mosher at Cedar Rapids, has secured a clerical position with the Chandler Pump Co. and will stay thgre for the present. She is a member of the 1943 graduating class. The G. A. Eggleston home was the scene of a family dinner Sunday in honor of the son, Merle, who was at home on leave. Arthur, Henrys, West Bend, and the Vernon Egglestons, Hanna and Chas. Nygaards, Wesley, were present. Fred Tiede is spending his annual vacation from his duties aS custodian at the public school visiting his children and their families. They are Mrs. George Lothringer, Davenport; Mrs. John Spaulding, Midland, Mich; Mrs. Joseph Papp and Walter Tiede, both in Detroit. The Evangelican Women's Missionary Society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. George Markle as hostess and 'Mrs. Arthur Maas as assistant hostess. Mrs. Paul Beckman led the worship service using. "The Home" -as her theme and Hulda Fritzmeier was lesson leader. Esther Merkle also talkod on her work in the Red Bird Mission at Beverly, Ky. The Chil- drenls Day program will be given at the Evangelical church during Sunday School hour next Sunday and the young people will attend the District Youth Rally at Fort Dodge that afternoon and evening. Grant News Wallace Reynolds was in St. Paul Monday with a load of cattle. Mrs. Jake Frette of Pilot Grove visited Sunday at the S. G. Holm home. / Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Steenhardt visited Wednesday at the Vance Lester home near Armstrong. Lois and Jean Waterbury o Humboldt are spending a fe< weeks visiting with 8 relatives an friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr an Dean of Crystal Lake were Fr: day evening' supper guests- at th Otto Kelly home. A 'large crowd attended th annual Sunday School picnic o the Grant M. E. church at Inter laken p;yk Sunday. Mi;s. Earl .Patterson drove t Fairmont Wednesday and he mother, Mrs. Nellie Waterbury returned with her for a few day' visit. Sunday dinner guests at the S G. Holms were Mr. and Mrs Walter Heerdt and family of Al gona and Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Bolii of Guckeen. Sunday visitors at the Davu Farrow home were Mrs. Floyc Hagedorn and children of Blu Earth and Mr. and Mrs. Edwan Gritillar of Elmore. Sunday dinner guests at the Harvey Graham home were Mr and Mrs. Wm. Dorsey, Jr., anc daughter of Woden, Mr. and Mrs Vernon Larson and daughter o 3urt, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Farring- on and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Farrington. Council Minutes & r v May 27, 1943. The City Council met in regular session, with the Mayor and all members present. Building permits were approved for Clem Goodman, R. P. Norton and Geo. Stewart. Swimming Pool to be opened June 8, with the following person's employed: M.' C. Nelson, Helen McEnroe, Inez Harris and Charlotte Johnson. Appropriating Ordinange No. 597 was passed. Appropriating Ordinance No.' 597 An Ordinance appropriating monies to certain persons therein named. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa: Section 1. That the following sums/are hereby appropriated to be paid to the persons hereinafter named. EI^CTBIC FUND L. M. Belloek, salary $ 77.30 F, C. Dailey, salary 82.05 Tom Halpin, salary 77.30 Walter Gorman, salary .... 77,30 C. C. Wright, salary ........ 53.05 Earl Bowman, salary 32.92 Wm. O. Ludwig, salary .... 65.42 Alvis Hill, salary 55.92 R. S. Barton, salary 63.y5 H. E. Stephenson, salary.. 74.92 Chester Webb, salary -,-.. 80.07 Frank Qstruoi, salary ...... 7.91 Joe Dunn, salary 27,00 H. S. Both, salary 79.67 C v U. Pollard, salary .„ W67 Ira KoW, (salary .„ 43.83 Aclgh Carlson, Salary ........ 82.05 Uuira Mitchell, salary .... 67.80 Victory Ta* Fund, y Tax 48,40 Fulton Iron Works, mdse. 35.03 Diesel Service, oil 3..., 319.59 0. M, St. P. $TP, By., freight .- .:.—, ;.„ 2§449 H..»W. Post, freigjjt „.„, 9.50 3utch's Super Serv., serv. ' 1.78 Wm. c. Dau qarage, rej«r« l?,74 Westinghouse J^lec, §up. ' Co., mdse „ r .84 rhermogray Co,, mdse. .... • 17.65 iljeable |«on Bp»fie Co., Aroold Moi'pr jSujp,, •d$s$, .60 .... v . go,, Algona Upper Des Moines, publishing 15.60 Greehberg Auto Supply, mdse 1.78 Iowa State Bank, fee 83 Municipal Finance Ofti-- cers Assn., dues 5.00 Diesel Power, subscrip 5.00 Adah Carlson, exp 5.45 Ira Kohl, exp 8.10 Western Union, mdse 42.90 N. W. Bell Tel. do., service 17.26 Algona Insurance Agcy., public liability 81 07 Algona Laundry, service.. 7.20 WATER FUND Harry Barton, salary 77.30 Frank Ostrum, salary 68.01 Joe Dunn, salary 33.67 Earl Bowman, salary 32.50 C. U. Pollard, salary 25.00 Ira Kohl, salary 22.50 Victory Tax Fund, V tax 2.70 Electric Light Dept., oil.... 6.19 Algona Insurance Agcy., insurance 81.07 GENERAL FUND A. R. Moulds, salary 72.55 Cecil McGinnis, salary .... 65.42 Tim O'Brien, salary 65.42 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 3.32 Wm. C. Dau Garage, reprs 8.12 Harms Oil Co., mdse 1.42 Mikes DX Station, gas .... 10.90 K. & H. Co-op. Oil Co., gas 17.24 Clements Super Service, gas 23.85 Elliott Skilling, salary .... 81.17 Chas. Harvey, salary 51.17 Fay Minnard, salary 51.17 Harlan Lashbrook, labor.. 41.13 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. 9.48 K. D. James, mdse 1.50 Greenberg Auto Supply. mdse .• 12.30 Laing & Muckey, mdse. .. 8.09 C, A. Heard, reprs 7.86 Kent Motor Co., reprs 75 PerclVal Motor Co y reprs. 5.96 O. K. Rubber Welders, mdse. 6.40 Dutch's Super Serv., mdse. 77.39 Kossuth Oil Co'., oil 10.01 Continental Oil Co., gas.... 16,97 Geo. Dettman,, salary 40.00 Victory Tax Fund, V tax 14.70 Algona Upper Des Moines, publishing 12.25 Algona Insurance Agcy., insurance 162.14 SEWER FUND C. U. Pollard, salary 20.00 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND Algona Fire Co., service.... 96.00 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 4.34 Greenberg Auto Supply, mdse 2.JO Dutch's Super Serv., mdse. 2.51 Mikes DX Station, gas .... 3.88 Kossuth Oil Co., service.... 6.00 DEPOSIT FUND Herman Lyons et al, refund 50.00 COMFORT STATION FUND Mrs. A. M. Collinson, salary 20.00 Dr. F. E. Sawyer, rent .... 25.00 SWIMMING POOL FUND McKesson & Robbins, Inc. mdse 11.14 Electric Light Fund, bonds and interest • Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval. Passed and approved this 27th day of May, 1943. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor. 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