The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1943 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1943
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fha Aif4tt* Upper DM Molhes, Algona, Iowa, October 28, 1943 POST-NUPTIAL SHOWER FOR MRS. F. ALBORNE, BURT Hurt: A post-nuptial shower Itonoring Mrs. Frank Alborne was held at the Marvin hotel Saturday afternoon. The hostesses were Mrs. Dale Dundas, Mrs. George Mnnus and Mrs. John Gifford. Some 50 or 60 guests were present. A scrapbook entitled, "Important Events in the Life of the Bride" was made by the guests and given to the bride. The bride was asked to give a solo and piny the guitar. Her sisters, Mrs. Dale Dundas and Donna Jeanne Gifford, accompanied her. Out of town guests included Mrs. W. Guarrad, Wesley; Mrs. Lloyd Al- borne, Mrs. Coney Slugger and Mrs. L. Harr, Woden; Mrs. Fred Heintz, Mrs. Robert Bloomer, Sr. and Mrs. Robert Bloomer, Jr., Livermore; Mrs. Wm. Ramus, Lu- Verne; Mrs. Wm. Quinn, Bancroft; and Mrs. Wm. Gifford and Mrs. Pershing Marlow, Lone Rock. The Fortnightly club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Will Gorman. The birthdays of Mrs. Floyd Roepke and Mrs. Anna Deimers were celebrated at a party at the Koepke home Sunday evening. The Missionary Maidens met with Barbara Hardgrove Saturday afternoon. The girls came dressed in Halloween costumes. The American Legion and Auxiliary will meet next Tuesday evening with Mrs. G. P. Hawcott and Mrs. G. C. Giddings as host- Members of the Westminster Fellowship were guests of the Methodist Youth Fellowship at a picnic supper and the devotional meeting Sunday evening. TWe Rev. J. Heber Miller, Graettinger, preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The Rev. Perry O. Hanson, Jr., preached at Graettinger. Ed Weiske returned home Friday from the Veterans' hospital hi Des Molnes, where he had spent about three months being treated for ulcers of the stomach. Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott and their son, Lieut. Floyd Stott, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall and daughter, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the G. E. Brace home. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth May and son, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. May's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur May, at Lake Park. The W.S.C.S. will meet next week Wednesday for the regular monthly meeting with Mrs. C. S. Coffin, Mrs. Don Mitchell, Mrs. Mary Steward and Mrs. Belle Reynolds as hostesses. Mrs. Sumner Parsons has charge of the worship period and Mrs. I. W. Hansen is program chairman. Ernest Polhemus, Artesia, Cal., arrived Friday for a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus. Sunday Lois Polhemus, Chicago, and Warren Polhemus, St. Louis, Mo., also arrived for a few days visit with their parents. They were all Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. L. D. Hodgson home. Harold Fischer, who enlisted in the naval air corps as a 17 year old senior in the Burt high school and was called to duty at Minneapolis Oct. 5, is now at Corpus Christi, Texas, for a period of tarmac duty. From there he will be sent to pre-flight college and will receive at least. 16 months of college and flight training before receiving his wings. Eva Kracht, Swea-Eagle, Marries Minnesota Man Miss Eva Kracht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Kracht, and Francis Sullivan, former Fairmont, Minn., man, were married Wednesday, Oct. 13, at Vancouver, Wash. The bride for some years has taught rural schools. The groom is employed in a war plant. They will live in Vancouver, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Bierstedt of Burt were guests at the W. R. O'Donnel home Friday. IT'S A WOMAN'S WAR TOO! JOIN THE WAVES Get Quick Relief! It's wonderful how Vicks Va-tro-nol clears the transient congestion that clogs up the nose! Results are so very good because Va-tro-nol is specialized medication that works right where trouble is—to relieve stuffiness and make breathing easier. Try it—put a few drops up , eachnostril—followdirectionsinfolder. ••• YD A MAI HELEN PERIL AND WED, LOTTS CREEK Letts Creek: A very pretty wedding was solemnized Sunday evening at 6 o'clock at" Immartusl Lutheran church when Helen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pertl became the bride of Henry L., son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Theesfield, Ladysmith, Wis. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Arthur Otto, pastor. The bride was attired in n white satin gown with train and a fingertip veil held in place with a cluster of pearl and gold flowers. She carried a bridal bouquet of yellow roses and white pompoms. Miss Ruth Dreyer, Fenton, cousin of the bride, acted as maid of honor. She wore a white silk chiffon formal and carried an arm bouquet of pink carnations and baby's breath. George Pertl, brother of the bride, was the groom's attendant. Both wore conventional dark blue suits with white and pink carnation boutonnieres. Carl Pijahn and Ervin Ruhnke, cousins of the bride, served as ushers. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents for the immediate relatives of the couple. Ruth Pijohn, Esther and Mathilda Ruhnke, also cousins of the bride, were table waitresses. The new Mrs. Theesfield, a 1942 graduate of Fenton high school, has been employed for the past year as a stenographer in Ladysmith, Wis. Mr. Theesfield, also a former resident in this vicinity, attended the Fenton high school and is associated with his father in farming at Ladysmith, where the young couple will make their home. Melvin Pompe of Kingman, Arizona, is spending a 14 day furlough at the home of his mother, Mrs. Martha Pompe. Staff Sgt. Kenneth Kuecker spent a 14 day furlough at the home of hl« mother, Mrs. Ida Kuedker, and family. Kenneth la at Shepherd field, Texas. Rev. A. F. Otto attended the Northwest Pastoral conference at PaulHna, Iowa, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Lusmann attended the teachers' conference there last week Wednesday till Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz and Boloris *and Mr. and Mrs. Henry SchultzY all of Whittemore, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and family were Sunday evening vis* itors there. Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Otto arid family spent a few days visiting at Galva, their former home, the past week. They also attended the 35th wedding anniversary of Rev. and Mrs. Bahr of Hannover, also the • 35th anniversary of Rev. Bahr's ordination and 10 years ss pastor at Hannover, last week Sunday evening. Mrs. Theresa Fuerstenau and Supt. H. F. C. Mueller of Fort Dodge were united in marriage Sunday evening at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Dora Laabs, at 7 o'clock by Rev. A. F. Otto. The c6uple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstick. Mildred, Lorna and Marie Faulstick sang the words of Ruth at the ceremony accompanied at the piano by teacher A. Lusmann.; After the ceremony a reception was held for the members of the immediate relatives and friends. English reformation services will be held next Sunday at the Immanuel Lutheran church. Holy Communion will be administered in the German language on Nov. 7. This service will begin at 10:00 a. m. Immediately after the German service a service will be conducted in the English language beginning at 11:00 a. rit. Beginning with Nov. 1 the Immanuel Lutheran school will begin at 9:30 a. m. and close at 4:30 p. m. On and after Nov. 14 church services will begin at 10:30 except on the first Sunday of the month, when a German service will be conducted at 10:00 and an English service at 11:00 a. m. birthddy, which was Saturday, and granddaughter, Gloria Jeanne, who will be 3 years old on Oct. 26. Quests were Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Frederick of Arlington, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss* Jr. and sons, Dwight, Delmaf and Keith, and Mrs. D. Voss of LuVerne. Lakota Juniors Give Class Pky Friday Lakota: the junior class presented their play, "Star Crazy" By Don Elsei", Friday evening to a crowded house. Mrs. Ruth Rek- edal directed the play which prov- ed a real success. Juniors taking paft were Dolores Roelfsema, Junior 1 Christ, Don Wqrtman, Norma Olthoff, Andrew Ruby, Dorothy Schroeder, Ronald Anderson, June Stefehhard and Virgil Krosh with "James Whalen as business manager and Paul Biefstedt di- the Scenery MA lJgnlin£, Smith thing*" afte* tfc« first act 6f the LduiS Greihert is ifeSortcd on the sick list this week. iliiiiiiiHiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH areffllLLONS MORE LIKE HIM Help Them Grin! Help Them Win! Help Them Come Home Sooner FARMER BREAKS LEG IN TRACTOR SPILL, WEST BEND West Bend: Walter Leonard, who is farming southwest of town, had a queer accident Friday. While making a short turn with his tractor to avoid hitting a school bus, the tractor overturned and pinned one of his legs down. The leg was broken. Mrs. Nellie Emerson was a business visitor at Britt Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and children spent Sunday at the C. C. Miller home. Rev. and Mrs. Zimmerman o£ Carroll, Iowa, spent Monday with Mrs. Chas. W. De Witt. Mrs. E. J. Baas spent a few days the past week with her mother, Mrs. Pederson, at Fargo, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schneider are the parents of a son born Oct. 23- They have two little girls. Mr, and Mrs. F. W. Daubendick of Remsen visited at the W. H. Daubendick home the first of the week. Emery Bevard and daughter Dorothy spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Andresen at Estherville. A. J. Jensen attended a meeting of the Wholesale Grocers association at Des Moines the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bergen of Des Moines visited at the Wm. Zaugg home and with other relatives and friends over Sunday. Miss Nora Collins returned Tuesday from a two weeks' visit with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wertz, at Parker, S. D. M. Sgt. and Mrs. Lawrence Schneider and baby came from Rapid City, S. D., the first of last week for a visit with local relatives. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Wm. F. Collins are the parents of a.daughter, Nancy Joleen, born Oct. 3 at Hubbard, Ohio. They have two other children. Harry Thatcher, Mrs. Ethie ss Gregg and Miss Lena Schmalen ^5 of Ruthven visited at the Mrs. Clarke home and with other relatives and friends. Vincent Holub arrived fror.i Fort Dix, N. J., Saturday to spend a 15 day furlough with his wife. They went to Mason City the first of the week to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shellmyer received a telegram Thursday morning announcing the birth of a 7 pound daughter to their sou, Ktrith, and wife at Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stone and Mrs. Elmer Ferden and. children attended a meeting of blacksmiths and their families held r.t the Dan Copenhaver home in rimghar Sunday. Mrs. F. M. Foley left Thursday or Des Moines. After a visit lere at the home of her son, ieorge, and wife, she will go to 'lioenix, Arizona, for an extended isit with her son, Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stone and on returned to their home in Rochester, N. Y., Monday after a isit at the home of their re- pective parents, Mr. and Mrs. ohn Stone and Mr. and Mrs. Heri- y Henrikson. Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Schmitt and son Eugene of Liyermore, __ Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Whitehouse j —and daughter, lona, of Lone Rock, and Pete Eckhoff and Henrietta Delger of Corwith were Sunday isitors in the Rev. Eckhoff iome. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. David McGregor ipent Saturday at Mason City, Mrs. Arthur Klien and Mrs. 3ene Cink were Mason City shop- :>ers Saturday. Gilbert Bonnstetter, Washington, D.' C., was a Sunday caller at .he home of Mrs. William Hartey. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley, Mrs. Naomi De Wilde and Constance Joy of Mason City were Sunday visitors at the B. E. Sanders home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgin of Greenfield, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and children of Woden were Sunday dinner guests at the Harvey Stevens home. The Birthday of Mr. Steven was cele- jrated. The first quarterly conference of the Sexton Methodist church will be held Saturday with the new district superintendent, Dr. Burgess, presiding. There was a good attendance at the morning services on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemis and daughters Dolores and Mary Kay were Sunday dinner guests at the Chester Holcomb home at Kanawha. A wild goose, shot by Mi-. Bemis and Mr. Holcomb while hunting last week, was served for dinner. _ Burt Stratton, Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs. Charles Stratton of Donville, Iowa, arrived Monday to visit at the homes of Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mr. and Mrs. Elzo Wer- ki of Hutchins. Mr. Stratton formerly lived in Oklahoma and is enroute to Montana to visit his brother. He is a brother of Charles Stratton, formerly of Britc. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise and daughters Charlotte, Ulona Jeanne and Ruth attended a birthday dinner held at the home of John Voss, Sr., in honor of bis The Kossuth War Chest Drive is on—and we're asking you to think of it in the name of a man in uniform whom YOU love. In the name of every man in uniform —and of every mother, wife and sweetheart praying for some fighter's safe return. The War Chest Drive needs your support -^which it will use in many ways to help our fighting men, and their buddies in the armed services of our Allies. The U. S. O. which so gloriously provides entertainment from far flung desert to iced-over plains: Seamen's Relief which gives succor to all our men who sail torpedo spattered waters: British, Russian, and Chinese War Relief which help the fighters and families of these brave lands—all these benefit by what you give to the National War Fund. And each of these organizations works not only to provide entertainment and alleviation from suffering—but to make possible a quicker Victory over our enemies. 1 Give Once for All These | a *3 . ' m I USO, United Seamen's Service, War Prisoner's Aid Belgian War Relief Society, British War Relief Society, g 5 French Relief Fund, Friends of Luxembourg, Greek War Relief Association, Norwegian Relief, Polish War = I Relief, Queen WHhehnina Fund, Russian War Relief, United China Relief, United.Czechoslovak Relief, Un - g 1 ted Yugoslav Relief Fund, Refugee Relief Trustees, United States Committee for the Care of European Chll- g I dren. 55 S| This ADVERTISEMENT = Sponsored by the following H ALGONIANS and S ALGONA FIRMS Borchardt's Drug & Jewelry Call & Iowa Theatres* Chrischilles , Chrislensen's Chrome Service fc Cafe Coast to Coast Store Algona Hardware wwiw Algona Federal Savings fc Loancummings Store ASS'R,* Ed, Capeslu* Algona Bottling Works Consumer* Wholesale Algona Flour fc Feed Co. Council Oak Grocery Anderson Bros. Grocery Pau Swage Algona Hotel Dermanq s Gate Algona National Farm Loan As-Drugglst Mutual Ins, Co, soclatlon* " Dutch'* Super Service Algona Produce. John Dreesman Elk Cleaner* fc Furrier* Algona Upper De* Motoe* Foster Furniture Store Allen Motor* Funk fc Delm Algona Laundry k Dry Cleaner* Gamble Store Algona Coffee Shop Algona Bakery, L. F, Rice Algona Co-Operative Creamery Co. Barker Drug Store Barry's Recreation Parlor Bjustrom Furniruro Co. R. S. Blossom Ins, Agency Graham Department Store* Gveenberg Auto Supply Godden Monument Work* Joel M. Herbst Hawcott fc Ogg E. J. Hough Hub Clothier* H. D. Hutchins, Farm Safc* Hood's Grocery fc Market Hoberlon Elevator Co. Dr. Karl R, Hoffman Iowa State Bank* K. D. James Drugs Duane Jensen, 7-Up Kent Motor Co, Kohlhaas Hardware Kpssuth County Advance Kossuth County Mutual Fire surance Kossuth Motor Co Kresensky's Kossuth Oil Co, lUaing fc Muckey Lusby fc Giossi Linnan fc Lynch Mainliner McCullough Chapel E. C, McMabon Midwest Service Co. Miller Lumber Co, Merrltt Funeral Home Madson fc Hansen Dr. S. W. Meyer James Neville Shoe Store Dr. H. M, 01*on ' O. K. 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