The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1943 · Page 4
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TWO DiMLER GIRLS, OF LUVERNE, MARRY KOSSUTH SERVICE MEN Lu Verne—Kathryn Irene Dimler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dimler, LuVerne, was married Wednesday, Sept. 1, to Aviation Cadet James E. Neville, Jr., son of Harold Neville, formerly of Algona, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James Neville, ST., of Algona. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. L. Van Patton, at the Presbyterian parsonage, Little Rock, Arkansas. Th« couple was attended by Aviation Cadet Ralph Larveneson and his wife. A wedding dinner was served following the ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tisen, Little Rock. Mrs. Neville graduated from the LuVerne high school in 1941 and has been employed in the offices of the United States Rubber Co. for the past several months. Mr. Neville is a graduate of the Algona high and attended Iowa State College one year where he was prominent in several sports, particularly swimming. They will make their home in Little Rock. MARY FRANCIS DiMLER WEDS BODE SOLDIER The marriage of Miss Mary Frances Dimler, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ralph W. Dimler, of Lu-. Verne, and Pfe. Morris A. Espeland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Espeland, of Bode, took place in the Lutheran parsonage in Bode Saturday evening, Sept. 4th. Rev Trigstadt performed the ceremony before the parents and few close friends and relatives oi the bride,, and groom. Miss Settle Dimler, of Des Moines, a sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Theodore Johnson, of Lu- Verne, an uncle of the bride, was best man. After the ceremony a luncheon was served si the home of the groom's parents. Mrs. Espeland was assisted with the SUPER VALU FEATURES FOODS THAT ARE NATURALLY RICH IN HEALTH-BUILDING VITAMINS, FOODS OF DEPENDABLE QUALITY AT EVERY DAY LOW MONEY SAVING PRICES. SHOP AND SAVE AT SUPER VALU! SUPER FOOD STORES 32 OZ. 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Ib. 21c Ib. 23c Ib. 37c Ib. 15c Ib. 36c Ib. 29c Ib. 29c HOOD'S Your Neighborhood Food Store ^, Mrs, X&&g, Mrs, , C. HellahS aM Mrs. wafndhi. v I ; The bride was graduated ffom the LuVernfe'.hlgh school in the class,of Ml and;tbok an active patt in all school and chutch activities of the community. -Shi ^vas employed at thfe Ben franklin Store in Des Moinea at the time The groom graduated from the Bode school and prior to his enlistment in the army air corps was employed in an aircraft factory in California. He is located at Rome, N. Y. and is enjoying a 14-day furlough .at home. The young couple's future plans are indefinite. The bride will continue her former work until it is possible for her to join her husband. . i. A. Nelsbn waS in Des Maine* Monday where he attended the state bankers' convention. , . Mr. and Mrs. Chfis. Stripling) 6f Triumph) Minn., visited several days last week with Mrs. Helen Stripling. * Dorothy Swanson, teller In the Farmers State Bank, spent the holiday week-end at her home in Lake View. Pvt. Orvin Ristau, Camp McCoy, Wisconsin, is spending his first furlough with home folks. He is the son of Mr. ahd Mrs. H. D. Ristau. Mrs. James Paulson left Friday for the Twin Cities after a month's visit with her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. George Merkle. Mr. Paulson is in military service now IETY Iliverdale Friendly Club— The Riverdale Friendly Club met Wednesday, September 1 with Mrs. Mamie Fitch and Mrs Sadie Riley, assisting hostesses Roll call was answered with "How [ Save Time." Plans were made for a shower for Mrs. Harold Wes- .ey, formerly Rosetta Barker Mrs. Verle Patterson gave a demonstration on home nursing. Three 4.-H girls sponsored a bake sale and Thelma Bormann, Angela Er- .pelding, and Mrs. J. M. Patterson, 4-H leader, gave a report on the trip to the 4-H camp at Clear Lake. Several patriotic songs were sung. A delicious school lunch was served. The nexl meeting will be held October 6th at the home of Mrs. Mary Becker and every member has the privilege of bringing a guest. Woman's Club Tea—The Woman's Club will have a tea Friday afternoon at 2:30 at the library. This will be the opening meeting of the club. Members are asked to bring • prospective members with them. Sinr.e this is the opening meeting, and there will be dues to pay, every member is expected to attend. Mrs. R. P. Longshore of Sheldon will be a guest speaker. She taught three years in Hawaii, at the Kamehameha Girls' School in Honolulu overlooking Pearl Harbor. The Kamehameha school was founded in 1887 by Berri'lce Puahi Bishop, an Hawaiian princess. The princess was the last of her line. dinner Tarty at Chrome— A dinner party was given at the Chrome Cafe last Monday evening in honor of Ensign and Mrs. F. C. Moulton. Those present were: the-letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom; the former's mother, Mrs. F. C. Moulton of Mitchell, South Dakota; Mr., and Mrs. A. C. Bjustrom, Milan Bjustrom, Mrs. Bessie Walker, Arthur Locke, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Walker of Mason City; Mrs. H. W. Kuecker and children, Geraldina and Jimmy of Clear Lake; and Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Bjutrom of Burt. Presbyterian Session Meets— The session of the Presbyterian Church met last Tuesday evening at the minister's study. At that .ime it was voted to have an Officers' Planning Conference and Spiritual Retreat on Sunday afternoon and evening, September 19. Every organization of the church will attend with the fall and winter program being presented. The conference will close with a consecration service for all the officers of the church. Presbyterian Rally Day— The Presbyterian Sunday School is making plans for the annual rally day to be held Sunday, September 26. There will be special rally clay program during the Sunday School hour. During the church hour there will be promotion of pupils and awardin of Bibles. Yearly attendance pins will also be awarded. Joseph Skow, superintendent of the Sunday School, will be in charge ol the Rally Day activities. Good Hope Supper— The Ladies of Good Hope are sponsoring a fried chicken supper Thursday, September 9, at the Good Hope Church. The ladies in charge are Mrs. Harold Holmgren and Mrs. Jim Knoll for the dining room; and Maxine Dittmer, Alice Weisbrod, Eunice Reibhoff for the kitchen. Party at Beckers — A farewell party was held Wednesday evening at the H. W. Becker home for Mrs. Owen Nichols, who with her family is moving soon to Emmetsburg where Mr. Nichols bought a variety store and home a few weeks ago. There were two tables of bridge. Choir Party — The Presbyterian choir will be the iguests Thursday evening after choir practice of the Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Richardson at the manse. Organizing the choir into a club will be discussed at the party. Mrs. Paul Lindholm is the director of the choir. Garden Club Meets — The Garden Club met Monday evening in the home economics room of the high school building. Mrs. Rosa Jones gave a talk on Heleniums and Fall Astors. There were fall flower exhibits and arrangements; Men's Club The Men's Club of the Presbyterian Church met Wednesday evening at 7:30 for a supper and discussion. This was the first meeting of the new season. Plans for the ensuing year were discussed. Plum Creek Women's Club— - The Pine Creek Women's Club met Wednesday, September 8, at Ella Hutchins. It was the first •meeting of the year. Assistant hostesses were Grace Philips and Mabel Hardgrove. . Auxiliary to Meet— The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday evening at 7:30 at the Legion Hall with Mrs. C. A. Phillips in charge of the program. This is music month for the auxiliary. , Missionary Meeting— Mrs. L. E. Hovey will entertain the Missionary Society of the First Lutheran Church Friday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. Edwin Wolcott will assist Mrs. Hovey. Activities Board Meets— A meeting of the local activities board of the Women's Society o£ Christian Service will be held this afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. E. Sawyer. Wa-tan-ye Meets— S The Wa-tan-ye met Tuesday evening in the Blue Room of the Hotel Algona with 12 members present for a 6:10 dinner. St. Thomas Church— The St. Thomas Episcopal Church will have Holy Communion at 8:00 d. m. this Sunday, September 12. overseas, '• / t <'t, .'• •, r- MISS tfbftn MWl'sbn' .'of , Mills, /Illinois,' and George s dard, of the,Great Lafces > Tfathlng'Statioh, c&nehided. it at the Wm. BiglngS'home' here and with Mrs. Nellie Stoddatd jn Renwick,, Friday. ,/ • Mrs. Emily Guy aec'ompanied her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Johnson, of Algona, and her son, Roy Guy, of East Moline, Illinois, 'to Colfax Saturday to spend the week-end with another son, Mel vin Guy, who has recently been honorably discharged from the army. James Elmore, Union Soldier, Patient In Australia Hospital Union: Pvt. James Elmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Elmore, was still under hospltalization in Australia the last they heard from him. He was wounded last Dec. 19th in actipn in New Guinea by CAN I BUY A NEW FURNACE? YES—if your present furnace is beyond use or repair, you can still buy a new Green Colonial—rihe same type, the same hzcth- •, est quality built before the war. The prioriiy part of il is simple. Ask us aboul it. Laing & Muckey Ptione 464 N. Dodge St ALGONA, IOWA GREEN COLON1AL FURNACE SERVICE a hand grenade • which hit his MgM arm" and Shoulder. He has also had four attacks of niaWfia. 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From the Pages of Life of JAMES R, YOUNG'S Startling Book with JIU JITSU KILLER AMERICAN BOXER in a fight to MARGO-TOM NEAL R A KO J, CARROL NAISH • ROBERT RYAN * GLORIA HQLDEN Directed by EDWARD DMYTRYK Original Screen Ploy by Emmet laitrj From where I sit,;. Sam Abernethy's the Chief Rumor-Spiker }n our town. If a stranger gets off something like-".J hear they've sunk the S. S.. Bumblebee," Sam starts pinning him down. Did he really see it? WhereV the evidence? Because Sam knows, like the rest of us, that nine-tenths of the "insicje news" passed around by careless fplk i«ri't rumor-it's lies planted by the Axis *o destroy American rapraje. T»ke those rnnioi-s'about in «wr Army Actual, official facts from the government's own Office of War Information showed there wasn't a sure4 »f troth tn 'em. "Tihe boys enjoy a glass of beer occasionally-same .as a jot of ws dp! And from where I sit, they're proving themselves the healthiest,' best-disciplined bunch pf fighting men in history, like the OV/1 report stated. That's good enough for me.

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