The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 22, 1943 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, My 22, 1943 LOUIS REJLLY, LONE ROCK MARINE, WED IN CALIFORNIA Lone Rock — The hiarrlage oJ Miss Bernadette Zook, daughter oJ ' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Zook of El Cajon, Calif., to Louis Rellly, U.S.' M.C., son of Edward Reilly of Lone Rock* took place on Sunday, June 13, at St. Joseph's Cathedral in San Diego,, Calif. The bride was given in marriage by her" father. Miss Mary Zook, sister of the bride, attended Miss Zook as maid of honor. Staff Sgt. Phillip Reilly, U.S.M.C., the groom's brother, was best man. As her wedding dress the bride wore white wedding satin with a bodice of lace. Her veil was finger tip length of matching lace. She carried a bouquet of gardenias. The bridesmaid wore blue organdy and earned pink Transval daisies. Both the groom and best man wore Marine blues. Reception at Home The church service was followed .' by a reception at the bride's parents home. About fifty guests were present. Mrs. Zook received in a blue suit with a'gardenia corsage. couple spent their honeymoon at at the Del Mar hotel at Del Mar. Reilly Enlisted In 1942 Mrs. Reilly is a graduate of the ACademy of Our Lady of Peace and St. Joseph's Commercial College. Mr.- Reilly attended the Lone Rock schools and before enlisting in the Marine Corps in 1942 operated a farm and was well known in Boy Scout and Farm Bureau activities in the county. Rev. Kenneth S. Stack, formerly of St. Joseph's Cathedral, now n major in the Army Air Corps Chaplain Service, officiated at the ceremony. Miss Helen Fenton, a friend of the couple, sang several vocal selections during the service. Mr«. Merlyn J. Webb Hears From Africa A wire dated July 1st was received here July 9th by Mrs. Merlyn J. Webb from her husband,.who is with the armed froces in North Africa. Communication was made through Red Cross channels. The Webbs are parents of a baby son, Merle Duane, bom recently. Mrs. Webb is the daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson, farmers near Algoha. The Earl Stott family of Titori- ka, the Ray Krantz, John Pink As her traveling ensemble Mrs. and E. M. Olson families enjoyed Reilly chose- an Irish green linen' a picnic at the Call State ParK, suit wJth turf tan accessories. The Algona, Sunday. ' S. SGT. FRANCIS SIEPMAN MARRIED AT CRYSTAL LAKE Wesley-^-Staff Sgt. Francis Siep- mnn visited his sister, Mrs. Carl Froelich several days last week. On Friday he was married to Miss Carole Jensen at Crystal Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Froeiich attended the wedding. The newlyweds went on to Des Moines and spent several days with his mother, Mrs. Frances Siepman. Sgt. Siepman, who had been in Alaska for two and a half years, left Monday for an embarkation station in Ohio, from which place he will be sent into the war zone. His wife is employed in a defense plant in Des Moines, but will continue her teaching profession this fall. There are three Siepmans in the service now. Seaman ,1/c Don Siepman is . stationed near Norfolk, West Virginia, when not on board ship. He has crossed tho scean three times. Pfc. Leonard Siepman is a. Camp Miles Stan- difh, Mass. Thelma Oppedal (entertained her embroidery club Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Evroul Loebig were Sunday dinner guests at ih> Jim Silbaugh home. The George Vitzthum and Gay- Ion Vitzthum families enjoyed s picnic at Clear Lake Sunday. Mrs. Sophia Fritsch of Austin Minn., spent the week-end at her parental Joe Hauptman home. The Tom McMahon family visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kent, near Burt Sunday. Maxine Seiler is working in the Wesley Cafe. Ed Loebig is still confined to his home with illness. Mr, and Mrs. Vee Mullin and family visited at the Gordon Carpenter home in Emmetsburg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz and daughter, Agnes, visited at the Dr. Thissen home in Algona Sunday; i Ethel Flom, who had attended a six weeks' teachers course at Winona, Minn., returned home Saturday. Olaf Funnemark, Lester Larson and Hans Beenken attended a farmer's meeting at Kanawha one day last week. Earl Gouge, who is employed in a defense plant in Hammond, End., is visiting his brother, Lou YOUR QAK STORES MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 23 AND 24 To Be Really Thrifty You Compare All Prices At best, advertised specials are but a small part of your purchases. Each week the bulk of your food purchases are of items not advertised. What you pay for items not advertised is what really counts. We suggest a comparison of Everyday Values at Council Oak. Superb Party Pack OLIVES Fancy Spanish Queens and Pimento Stuffed Olives packed in one jar. New Pack PEAS No. 2 Can . 11 18 Points NO. 8 JAR . 25c GERBER'S Baby Food Cereal and Inst. Oatmeal 2pkgs.270 NOT RATIONED RUSH HOME CANNING The season will be short as there is only a limited supply of Canning Fruit. Council Oak .will keep you posted as to the expected arrival of various fruits so you may do your, Canning while fruit is available. . . . Ask Council Oak about Elberta Peaches and Fancy Moorpark Apricots. JUMBO SIZE SUNKIST LEMONS, 6 for. 27c LARGE FIRM ICEBERG LETTUCE, Each 9c CRISP NEW CABBAGE, Pound 6c COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS FANCY MAMS Skinned, Smoked and Tendered Whole or Half PER POUND. 29c HAM ROASTS, Pound 33c and 25c HAM, Center Slices, Pound . .43c PORK LOIN Roasts & Chops, Lb. 27c SLICING BOLOGNA, Pound .. 28c SLICING LIVER SAUSAGE, Lb,28c SLICED BEEF LIVER, Lb, . .. 29c HEAD CHt-ESE, Pound ......30c DRY SALT PORK Per Pound 200 SLICED BACON Per Pound KRAFT CHEESE DINNER. Package .........c SUPERB EVAP. MILK. Tall Can .. .7 Peanut Krush IV , Oz. SUl-EllI) Peanut Butter SKIPl'T Peanut Butter " On. DWAUFIU8 Popped Rice, Bag. 300 43d 390 50 SHEDD'8 Corn Muffin Mix MIM.EB'S ' Bran Flakes V;; I MIU.EB'S >i A ^ LWheatFlakM, Pkg,100 tl_, 90 FIRST PRIZE FLOUR A guaranteed all purpose flour, i-Bbl, Bag DOUBLE-MIX Per Package •..>..•.. MULE -«5AW GE1WJJY GE1WJJY . AA DID Pickles, Gallon 990 COLDES men 44*. Gravy Mix, Pkg... 100 WILSON'S HEAT BASK AV B. V. Extract, Jar 250 KELLOGQ'S •WHOLE 4 A Wheat Biscuit, Pkg. 100 44 110 4^ 100 AA . 280 Raisin Bran, Pkg, HOL,RT WAFERS, Pkg.., PI.AIM «ud cjrjN Master Toast ^ 60 •« MULE -«5AW ' A4w BORA*, Mi pfcg. 210 WAXTEX t-U«-Foo| noil* 290 250 ANN BREAD FRESH FROM OUft OWN QYBNl Ouac« HA iROWir "Bwicbed by Whole Wheat Bread ....... 156 TAC-CUT Blend' COFFEE ENrIp or jugular Grind empty bap for 22 carat Qojd PatWrn and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelch, Jr. a'nd two children of Kanawha were Sunday guests at her parental Alf Studer home. Mrs. Albert Lickteig and daughter, Helen, spent several days last week at her parental Joe Smith home at Buffalo Center. Word received from Joe Erdman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Erdman, announces that he is now in the North Africa area. Thayer Mullin of the U. S. Navy came Saturday from Farragut, Idaho, to spend a furlough at his parental Vic Mullin home. Mrs. H. H. Raney and two children went to Clear Lake Saturday, where they will occupy a cottage for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Christensen of Swea City visited in the home of their son, Forrest Christensen, here several days last week. Mrs. Tillie Loebig and her niece, Lewayne Jensen, of Lismore, Minn., spent several days last week at the Ed Loebig home. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer returned home the first of the week from a few week's visit with her husband, Lieut. Pfeffer at Camp Pine, N. Y. Mildred Fox, Geraldine Bruns arid Thelma Oppedal spent the week-end in Mason City visiting the former's sister, Louisa, and family. A/C Bob Studer began his solo flights last week at Ryan Field, Hemet, Calif. He was at Santa Ana, Calif., for his pre-flight training. Mrs. Myrtle Casler of Britt spent several days last week here with her brother, Ben Hopkins, and wife and with her niece, Mrs. Ihno Gerdes, and family. MRS. MERRON HOST TO LONE ROCK IDLE HOURS THURSDAY Lone Rock—The Idle Hour Club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Merron Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. M. O. Richards as assisting hostess. The new officers took charge at this meeting with Mrs. Odey Cherland, president; Mrs. Ralph Steward, vice president; Mrs. M. O. Richards, secretary and treasurer. Roll call was answered by giving picnic suggestions. At the close of the meeting lunch was served to 16 members and three guests. Mrs. Clifford Mueller and children called at the Edw. Blanchard home Sunday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Bartlett of Titonka were guests at the Ralph Bierstedt home Sunday. -Lillian and Thelma Gregerson were dinner guests at the Calvin Householder home Sunday. Palma Joy Olson,'Algona, spent from Monday until Wednesday at the Merwin Marlow home. Miss Lucille Genrich spent the week-end at Fort Dodge with a I former room-mate, Jalonda Adair. ! Staff Sgt. Phillip Reilly, of San ( Diego, Calif., was a dinner guest ! at the I. W. Nelson home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder and family were guests at the F. F. Schroeder home i at Fenton Sunday. Mrs. Donald Arns, Algona, spent the week-end at the Dell Marlow home. She was formerly Shirley Marlow. The Fred Wegener family, Swea City, and the Leo Zankeys of Britt were guests at the Henry Kueck home Sunday. Lucille Marlow, employed at the Art Priebe Store, spent several days of last week at home due to illness. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lohse and family of Fairmont, Mrs. Paul Voight and children of Fenton and Laura Radig were guests at the Mrs. Dora Laabs home Sunday. Mrs. Alex MictheJI and Will Mielke of Northwood were guests at the Frank Macumfaer home on Thursday and Mrs. Hattie Mohr of Waterloo was a guest there Saturday, The Ray Biersteds, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Arend Neeland, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich and Lucille were guests at the C. E. Sigsbee home at Burt Sunday 'evening. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen and family spent Sunday afters noon at the Herman Madsen home at Ringsted. Mrs. Knut Thomsen, who spent last week here, returned to her home at Ringsted with them Sunday. The Band Mothers' Club of Lone Rock is having a program for the benefit of the Lone Rods band at the school house on Tuesday evening, July 27, at 8:3Q p. m. The jprogram will consist of music by the band and humorous acts by the parents of the band members. *.y*- m !8& ¥^' Sverett Hanna, Mrs. Tillie Ran^a an4 daughters, Myrtle and Pearl, wet* Sunday dinner gues,fe» at the A. jj. Hanns tionje. fbe ]£erle IJanson family, AjTOstrftng, awi the Mwte Sjm- mons fajjuly pf Fairnwmt were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman and Dorothy were Sunday dinner guests at the Harry Barton home in Algona. It was the golden wedding anniversary of the Haupt- mans. , Marilyn and Joyce Ann, daughters of Mr .and Mrs. Harry Barton of Algona, spent several days last week at the home of their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. EC Hauptman. Miss Melva Bakke, nutrition director of the American Rec Cross of Washington, D. C., spent several days last week at the Forrest Christensen home. The ladies are cousins. Pearly Haynes, who planned to return to his work at Whittier, Calif., Saturday was compelled to postpone the trip as he received a few smashed toes while working for his uncle near Crystal Lake. Ollie Olson is a patient in the Park hospital at Mason City, where he is taking treatment for dermititis, having had his finger amputated following an accident in a corn sheller some time ago. Pvt. Vincent Hanig and his wife left Sunday for Escondido, Calif., where he is stationed in the U. S. Army. They had spent a 10-day furlough with his parents, the •eorge Hanigs, and her parents at Crystal Lake. The infant daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Art Bleich on June 25th was baptized Sunday, July llth and named Patricia Ann. Tom Forburger and Mrs. Vincent Cruise were sponsors. The Wesley Tigers defeated the Fenton boys in a game played here Sunday by a score of 26-3. Froelich and Johnson were the batteries. Ed Weig favored his team by knocking a home run, as did one of,.the Fenton boys. Bud Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Klein, of Fairhope, Ala., recently enlisted in the navy and went to the Great Lakes Naval Station for the first six weeks training. The Klein family are former Wesley vicinity farmers. Ruth Vitzthum spent the weekend at her parental George Vitzthum home. She was accompanied by Maxine Snath. The girls are employed at Mason City, Ruth in the Soda Grill and Maxine as a stenographer for a manufacturing concern. Paul Carman, who entered the U. S. Army in May, 1942, was graduated Monday as a mechanic in the Army Air Corps at Love field, near Dallas, Texas. Lou Gtarman is also in the U. S. Army. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs, 3d Carman. Mrs. Mike Goetz and Mrs. Bernard Schrauth left Saturday for Geneva, 111., called by the death of their nephew, Leroy, 12-year- old son of, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Schrauth. Death followed heat ex- laustion. Funeral services were ield there Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch of Estherville, former Algona residents, became the proud parents of a baby boy Thursday evening, July 15, at the Coleman hospital at Estherville. They have one other child, Gloria Ann. Mrs. Kelch is the former Vivian Studer, oldest .daughter of Mr. and Mr?. J. L. Studer of Wesley. WILLIAM DRAYTON OF FOUR CORNERS MUCH IMPROVED Mr. and Mrs. Horace brayton, Sycamore, 111., brought Wm.-Drayton home Sunday. William spent two weeks in a sanatarium at Ottawa, 111., taking treatments for arthritis, which has had him bedfast since April. He then spent four or five weeks with the Horace Draytons, being unable to travel. William is some improved, being able to get around a little. Horace is William's brother, and they plan to spend part of the week with the Draytons. The recent heavy rains have been playing havoc on small garden crops. The oats fields have a heavy crop of green coming up, making cutting and shocking difficult. Sunday evening's storm layed a large number of fields flat. Oa'cs are very short this year but a good yield is expected, almost every farmer in this neighborhood planting some kind of hi-bred oats. Sunday being Cecil Bjustrom's birthday he was surprised by relatives who brought chicken dinners. Included were the Arch and Robert Walkers, Orville Holclrens and Lewis Broesders. In the evening he was surprised again by Mr. aid Mrs. Andrew Bjustrom and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Algona, and the Quentin Bjustrom family. The guests furnished ice cream and cake. Mr. and Mrs. Afne ,son, Robert, of AJgdna, the Ev'erttt •' Withani family alW the L0uf* Lowman, Jr. family, tfenteft, W6rS Sunday dinfiet guests at the Sftf Smith home. Afternoon caller* were Arne's mother, Mrs. Ma# Pedersen, and sister-in-law, Mts. Roland Pedersen and son, Kfert* neth, and Mrs. Howard Lowmaii, Algona. The Perry Lowman family and James Nordstrom, Mrs. Virginia Sankey, Garner, atid Mrs, C. N. 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