The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1943 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 26, 1943
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Tk« Algona Upptt Des Mo'iwu, AlfdfiA* low*, Aafttst 24,1*43 SWEA CITY GIRL WED TO ENSIGN IN FLORIDA, AUG. 7 Swea City—Mavis Swanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Algol Swanson, and Ensign" Edmund Hileson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Hilleson of Lee, 111., were married at the Presbyterian church at Hollywood, Florida, by the Rev. Mr. Frye on Saturday, August 7, at 7:45 p. m. Attendants were Ensign and Mrs. Craig Graham, friends of the couple. The bride wore a white palm beach suit, with while accessories and a white orchid corsage. Her veil was light blue, shoulder length, caught up with white felt bows in her hair. The matron of honor was dressed in blue, and the groom and his attendant wore their Navy white uniforms. The bride is a graduate of the Swea City high school. She completed a two year course at Waldorf college, Forest City, where she met her husband. She has since been employed by the state Social Welfare department at Des Moines. The couple will live at Hollywood, Florida, where Ensign, Hilleson is attending a navigation school. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe were business visitors in Des Moine.*, Saturday. i BLOUSES Perfect for class or dress-up 1.29 t o 2.98 Smart dressy or tailored styles - white, pastels, or dainty check in short or long sleeves. Sizes 32 to 38. PRINT DRESSES 98c, 1.98 1 to 4 years 7 to 14 years Delightful crisp new frocks for school, for play, for dress-up wear. Your daughter will be thrilled with these gay models because every dress is made of extra quality, tub-fast print fabrics. SKIRTS For Misses For Women 2.98,3.98 Snappy styles for school in plain fabrics. Pleated or gored models with button closing. Sizes 24 to 32. JUMPER Dresses Dainty Checks - Plain Colors 3.98 to 5.95 Dainty and practical school dresses. Wear it with or without a blouse. Has full shirred skirts and large pockets. Sizes 12 to 20. JUNIOR Dresses High School Classics - 9 to 17 3.9o to 5*99 Charming styles that can go to class and on dates with complete smartness. Smart two piece styles. Gorgeous one piece styles. Child's Broadcloth Slips Girls', Misses', sizes 8 to 14 years 496 CHILD'S SCHOOL ANKLETS I9c 25c Rib Cuff and elastic top styie;-. Pastel or dark shades. Sizes (J to 10',;;. CHILD'S RAYON PANTIES 23c Runresist rayon with double reinforced crotch. Buy n o w for school wear. CHILD'S SCHOOL SWEATERS 1.49 I. Button front or pullover styles. Ribbed and novelty weaves. In sizes 2G to 30. Sloppy Sue, Pullover Novelty Knit . School SWEATERS A large selection of fleeced rayon cardigans—All wool—and lucious shetlands—fashioned neck and cuffs.. In these colors — Red Blue, Maize, Pink, Beiye, Yellow, Brown, White. Sizes 34 to 40. Back To School Supplies Big Chief School Tablets 5c tOc A big pencil tablet. Specially made extra smooth ruled paper. 45 and 90 count. Crayolas, eight colors lOc Crayolas, sixteen colors 19c Old Glory Binders lOe Composition Books .5c Cedar Lead Pencils Ic Lead Pencils, 2 for 5c I Eagle Short Leads 5c Golden Rod Pencil Tablets 5c lOc Smooth yellow paper ruled. Easy on the eyes. Two sizes, 45 and 90 count. Compass with Pencil ....15c Spiral Note Books 5c Jewel Art Paper lOc Loose Leaf Fillers 5c Airplane Pencil Sharpener 15c Carter's Blue Ink lOc Linen Ink Tablets lOc 'Department Stores HORSE SHOW BIG ATTRACTION AT SENECA SUNDAY Seneca—A riding horse show was held at the Virgil Moore farm Sunday afternoon. It was estimated that there were over 200 cars parked in the pasture where the show was being held, with approximately one hundred horses or more taking part. There were over a thousand spectators present. There, were races of different kinds, also flag drills, a pig catching contest, also a bull ride. Part of the Seneca Band were present and played at intervals during the afternoon program. Mrs. Kenneth Thompson's parents, the Hauges of 'Leland, Iowa, were last week Sunday guests at the Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Mielen Jensen and family spent last week Sunday evening at the George Jensen home west of Ringsted. Dorothy Jensen was observing her birthday anniversary. Wesley Patterson left for Garner last week Tuesday from where he left for Des Moines 1'or army induction. Mrs. Patterson and daughter, Ferral Paige, have gone to Missouri Valley, where Mrs. Patterson will teach music in the public grade school. Pvt. Jay Thompson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson to Joice, Iowa, last week Tuesday, where they visited at the home of his sister and family the George Charlstons. Jay returned to camp at Texarkana, Texas, leaving here Saturday. Marie Streucker and a friend, Elaine Mauke, of Mason City, spent from Tuesday until Sunday at the Herman Streucker home. Mr. and Mrs. Streucker spent Sunday at Owatonna, Minn., where they were guests at the George Ensiniour home, the latter being a relative of Mr. Streucker. There will be no services at the local Lutheran church this • Sunday, August 29, as members and friends are invited to worship nt the St. John's Lutheran church nt Depew. The circuit Luther League convention is being held at the church on Saturday and Sunday, August 28 and 29.«fftey. D. J. Quill will bring the message on Saturday morning. The sessions beginning at 10 o'clock. Sunday morning service begins at 11 o'clock and visitors who plan to remain for the afternoon session are requested to bring their picnic lunches. The Martin Wieberg home was the scene of a family gathering Sunday, held in honor of Mary and Presthus, who is taking a nurses training course at Sioux City, and who has been enjoying a three weeks' vacation at the dome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthus, near Bancroft. Those present, in addition to the juest of honor and her parents others present, included Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johannesen and Tilda, Bancroft, the John and Lawrence Johannesen, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vahldreck and Irene, Ringsted; the Fi*ed Johannesens, Cylinder, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and sons. Margaret will return to Sioux City this week Saturday. Titonka Vicinity News Items Harold Miller was a Sioux City business caller Monday. Helen Beenken was a Sunday guest at the Clifford Krantz home. Mrs. H. A. French spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs. S. B. French, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher and family were Sunday callers at the E. A. Fisher home, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Rippentrop, Sr., were Friday evening callers at the Ed Ites home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Young and family called at the Oliver Young home, Wesley, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ryan and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Katherine Lasey, Boone. Lynna Jean Carter, Burt, arrived Friday evening for a few days visit at the Carl F. Callies home. Mr. and Mrs.' Martin Bleich and family, Miller, were Sunday dinner guests home. Mr. and News Items of Burt Vicinity Feme Oestreicher enitertained the 399 Club at the Art Larson home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt were Sunday dinner guests at the Howard Heidke home at Estherville Leo Vinaas, Aurora, 111., arrived Sunday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L Vinaas. Mrs. C. W. Reynolds and Mrs, M. M. .Chipman were supper guests Friday evening at the Mrs. Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Meier, who have been living in a trailer house here the past month or two, have moved to Swea City. Mrs. Lulu Fuller left Monday for her home at Glasgow, Mont. She had been called by the death of her aunt, Mrs. Delia Carroll. Mary Lou Bockes will return to her home at Waterloo Wednesday, after a several weeks' visit here with her sister, Mrs. Gerald Schafer. , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meier returned home Thursday from Des Moines, where they had spent a few days at the home of their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughter, Barbara, visited Sunday at the home of Mrs Thompson's father, Frank DixOn, at Plover. Tom Frankl arrived last Wednesday from West Palm Beach, Florida, for a visit with relatives in Algona and with Lydia Meyer, Nedra and Mary Lee Wolf, who are taking nurses' training at Carroll, came home Saturday for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf. Virgil Carlson, Seaman first class, returned to Farragut, Ida., last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Koestler took him to Mason City, where he took the train. Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks, Algona, Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks and Marie Grover were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Ringsdorf tiome. The Rev. L.. Richmann and G. W. Bleich are attending a Lutheran Synodical conference being held at the Walther League Camp at Lake Okoboji, from Sunday to Friday. Mary Jean Rachut, who has been attending Wartburg Col- ege at Waverly, is now home for a couple of weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut. Mrs. G. H. McMullen and sons Jimmy and Jerry, returned Thursday from a ten day visit with Mrs. McMullen's mother, at Russell and with relatives at Mt. Pleasant. , Mrs. W. A. Peters went to Ames, Friday, to spend a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. J. de la Hunt, who was to accompany her home for a few days visit here. Pfc. and Mrs. Calvin Kollasch spent a few hours Sunday at the J. H. Schroeder home. Mrs. Schroeder went back with them to Wisconsin. He is stationed at Camp McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Speicher and family, Elmore, Minn., and Mrs. J. H. Graham were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Jennings home. Mrs. Speicher is Mr. Jenning's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham, Bode, visited Sunday evening at the J. D. Graham home. They brought home Glenn's sister, Mrs. Don Graves, who had spent a few days with them. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Heider, Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Maroschek and family, Ayshire, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maroschek and family, Milford, and Mildred Putz were Sunday dinner guests at the Emil Hasse home, in honor of Ruth Hasse's birthday. Lieut. Calvin Bristow arrived Sunday from Fort Knox, Ky., for a visit with his family and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow. He will take his wife and baby back with him. He, his wife and baby and parents were Sunday supper guests at the Ed Wolf home. Richard Chipman left Saturday on a business trip to Rochester, Minnesota, and Minneapolis. Mrs. This is a family war. Put yourWarBondbuylngthrough / the payroll savings plan on a family plan, which means figure U out yourself. Verne Shipler accompanied him to Stewartville, Minn., for a visit nt the home of her brother, Wilfred Woltz. Mrs. Wm. Flood also went with them to visit relatives in Minneapolis. Her sister, Mrs. Stanley Shipler, and baby accompanied her home Monday. at the Carl Callies Mrs. M. F. Schiltz, Bancroft, were Sunday afternoon callers at the Dr. Pierre- Barter home. Miss Delia Gatz, Washington, D. C., arrived Saturday evening for a short the Wm. Ward home. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington enjoyed a picnic dinner at the W liter Vining home, Osage, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Orthel anc family attended the annual Orthel family reunion 'at Clear Lake, Sunday. Sunday guests at the Ray Oesterreicher home were Mrs. Kate Doege, and Mrs. Clarence Reiboff and children. Mrs. Stanley Harris, Cedar Falls, returned Monday morning, following a week's visit at the T. A. Dunmire home. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Elliet and family and Bette Ann Miller were Sunday callers at the A. M. Friest home, Leland. 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