The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 4, 1943 · Page 3
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The Algoiia Upper Peg Moines, AJgoha, Iowa, November 4, 1943 s COUPLE WILL M MARRIED AT BURT SUNDAY Burt: Mlsa Orace Dong, San Francisco, and Harry Lee, New York, Chinese Americans, will meet in Burt and be married at the Burt Methodist church next .Sunday evening, the Rev. Perry 0. Hatf&on, Jr., performing the ceremony. Mr, Lee is a friend of the Rev. Hansons. They knexv each other in New York City where the Rev. Hanson worked with the Chinese before coming to Burt. Mr. Lee, although of the Chinese race, does not speak the Chinese language well. He is a state inspector of insurance companies. Mrs. James Boyle of Estherville spent the week end at the John Schurg home. are the thing They tire the current rage! So perky, to pretty, so flattering... they click with sports as well as with dressier clothes...Tha fluffed bow on the soft, BLACK suede lends it glamour. The casual bow on the embossed alligator calf gives it a flair. 4*50 to 5.85 AS SEEM- IN MADEMOISELLE VOGIIB KRESENSKY'S FENTON INSTALL M. I SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICES Fenton: During the eleven o clock worship service at the Methodist church Sunday morning the officers of the Sunday school for the coming year were installed as elected at the last Sunday school board meeting. They are superintendent, V. J. Tatum; assistant superintendent. Frank Behne; secretary, JEd Schlei; treasurer, Wilbert Hoil- dorf; librarian, Eldon Brown; assistant librarian, Merle Voigt and pianist, Janet McFall; superintendent of the Intermediate department, Mrs. Donald Weisbrod; assistant superintendent, Mrs, Fred Newel. Of the Primary department, superintendent, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Cradle roll superintendent, Mrs. Charles Weis- arod. Pianist for the primary department, Dorothy Sprout. Sunday school teachers and their substitutes were also installed. Phyllis Fauerby of Mankato spent the week end at the parental E. C. Fauerby home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laabs of Lacota spent Sunday at the R. Laabs home. They visited briefly that evening at the Fred Mortenson home. Ensign and Mrs. J. Wallace Smith of Norfolk, Va., arrived Sunday for a visit at the parental J. A. G. Smith and W. E. Stoeber homes. - Wilfred Stoeber went to Minneapolis Saturday via train to attend an annual meeting of Hall Hardware dealers when they do their Christmas buying and other hardware merchandise. Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Janice Kay went to Swea City Monday where they visited until Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Stoeber's mother, Mrs. Hannah Anderson, and other relatives. Ensign and Mrs. J. Wallace Smith of Norfolk, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith were entertained at dinner at the W. E. Stoeber home Monday evening in honor of Ensign and Mrs. Smith's wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. John Tieman entertained at a dinner Sunday.. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rex HIGHLAND LASS Joan Miller's lorvorite shirt *n skirt— f this man tailored duet In famous Dartmouth plaids. The shirt has hi-lo convertible neckline and ocean pearl buttons—the skirt's a Uouser top Job. with man-sized slash pockets. Center kick • pleat and two side pleats iore *n alt. Genuine leather belt) Blue. Beige or Gold predominating ............ Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Nadelhoffe of Chicago were week end guest at her parental P. C. Hayne home. Wally Christensen, son of Mr and Mrs. Forrest Christenset went to Des Moines Sunda morning having received his cal to the Naval Air Cadets. Rev. O. M. Johnson of Britt pastor of the local Congregations church spent the past week in Chicago where he attended th conference of the Home Mission ary. He is a member of th< board. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Vitzthum was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. L. N. Klein and named James Leo. The jaby's maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthum were sponsors. Mrs. W. M. Sturdevant, who lad been a house guest at the 'j. L. Lease home a few days eft Sunday for Northwood to visit her sister a few days. She will also visit points in Minnesota and Wisconsin before going on to her home at Winlock, Wash Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ricke and family of Williams visited her >arents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Troelich here and his sister, Mrs. R. K. Thissen at Algona. Mr. Froelich received leg bruises in a tangle with the tumbling rod of a corn elevator several weeks ago. Mrs. Thissen has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Pommerening and two children of St. Paul visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman here and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Pommerening at Algona. Mrs. Hildman returned to St. Paul with them and will also visit another News Items of Wesley Vicinity MARINE OFFICER VISITS PARENTS, FRIENDS AT BURT daughter and family, the Herman Lyons at St. Paul. Arnold Stufflick of Camp Hulen Texas, spent a 3 day leave with his mother, Mrs. Mary Stuf- ( flick at Forest City and here With his sister, Mrs. George Ricke and family. Mrs. Carlos Johnson o Junction City, Kansas, visited t few days with her sister, Mrs George Ricke, here and her mother, Mrs. Mary Stufflick at Forest City. Mrs. Delbert Benton and infant daughter were brought home Friday from the General hospital at Algona where the baby was born Wednesday, Oct. 20. Mrs. Benton's mother, Mrs. S. E. Dwycr, has been caring tor the other two youngsters, Evalon and Doris and for the household duties. Th<> baby has been named Constance Rose. Mrs. L. L. Lease entertained 16 ladies Friday afternoon in honor of her house guest, Mrs. Wm. Sturdevant of Winlock, Wash, following a social afternoon Mrs. Lease served refreshments. The American Legion and the Auxiliary are sponsoring a carnival dance Thursday night, Nov. 11. TH"? Auxiliary wil1 meet Monday night, Nov. 8. A Halloween party was held at he Lester Larson home Wednesday evening sponsored and at- ended by the young people's society of the Upper-. Flat Free !.vangelical church of Britt and ne local Congregational church. ° attended. Clifford.Johnson anrl thel Flom had charge of the easonal decorations and the Pooky games. A delicious lunch was served. Wolfe, Freeman Wolfe, T. N. McFall, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and David and Mrs. Minnie Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson are parents of a 7 3/4 pound son born Sunday evening. They have two other children, Ronald and Doris Jean. Mrs. Mortenson and baby are being cared for at their home by Mrs. Mortenson's mother, Mrs. R. Laabs. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nellis and Rosemary of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and Kern Weber of Des Moines visited a few days at the parental C. F. Kern home. The Nellis returned Sunday and the Yagers returned Monday. They came to attend funeral services for Philip Weisbrod held Friday afternoon. He was the grandfather of Mrs. Yeager and Mrs. Nellis. Kern Weber, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager of Des Moines, was baptized at the Methodist church Sunday ' morning. Guests at a dinner in his honor at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern, at noon Were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and Kern, Mr. and Mrs Dean Nellis and Rosemary o: Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Derwooc Kern and two children and Mr and Mrs.-Lloy"d Kern and Charles Burt: Lt. Ralph Bristow of the Marines arrived home Sunday foi a surprise visit with his parent- Mr, and Mrs." Clyde Bristow. Lt Bristow, who has served in the Marine Corps for five years, has been stationed in the south Pacific for nearly two years. He had not been at home on furlough since two years ago last August THE *IGHT IMFMStlOM THE NEW SWUR.LSKIRT Fashioned of crush retittmnt SYLPH- CREPE* in tha season's smartest colors. Gives you that smooth look with its inner reinforced GIRDLWAIST' and button placket that can be worn side, front or back. In good taste, for tailored or dressy occasions. Sizes 24-32 $5.00 Sizes 24-32 $4.95 A.«d,.r. Hud in lAOEMBEUE. •uson, aid. CMH_ KRESENSKY'S The Bristows also have a son in the army, Lt. Calvin Brlstow, who is stationed at Fort Knox, Ky., and Homer, who is a radioman, 2nd class, in the Navy. He Is with a destroyer escort. Miss Thompson Tells of Wester Work at LuVerne LuVerne: Miss Marjorie Thompson, San Francisco, Calif., who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay W. Thompson Eagle Grove, the past two weeks was an honor guest Sunday at the home of Mrs. Peter son. Each family brought th#t* basket and a cafeteria dinner supper were served. The att«S- noon was spent visiting, Mttfr Thompson told of many ihterwti- ing things concerning, her wotlft in California. Those present besides those mentioned were Jack Thompson, Eagle Grove; Mr. aAft Mrs. George Ditzel and two children, Ruth Ann and Roger, Spert- cer; Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stem** Mason City; Allen Thompson^. Howard and Richard and Myra Peitzke, LuVerne. FARMERS ATTENTION! Ducks - Geese We will buy country dressed ducks and geese this year. Buying days will be November 11-12-13 for the first period and November 18-19-20 for the second period. Prices will be announced later. Save and sell the feathers. They may have a high value. You will be assured of a good market on your dressed ducks and geese and feathers. Swift & Co. Phone 264 Algona, Iowa IJiiiiiiiiiimmiii^^^ Coast-to Coast KRESENSKY'S Smart Selectee Selected for Junior service because of its enduring young smartness ... a well- tailored boy's coat of sturdy Shetland that will take you through this and many heas- ons ... in thrilling • victory __ colors KRESENSKY'S Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jenson and daughters Marcia and Aletha visited Sunday with Mrs. Jenson's mother, Mrs. Alma Jacobson, Winnebago, Minn. \ Mrs. Walter Peterson and month old son and Sylvia Isaacson of Omaha came Saturday, where the first named will visit her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Harry Linde. Miss Isaacson will remain home after spending two weeks in Omaha with the Petersons. Mrs. Loran Byers has complet- i ed her week's visit with rela- i tives in Swea City and camel Sunday to the John Jongberg • home, where Mrs. Jongberg will go with her to St. Paul, Minn., Wednesday for a few days visit at Mrs. Byers' daughter's, Mrs. Walter Wickstrom. Miss Florence Erickson and her nephews, Howard and Duane Erickson, drove to Sherburn, Minn., Saturday and returned with Mrs. Bauman and her daughter, -Mrs. Russell Erickson for an over Sunday stay here at Miss Erickson's home and the' Dettimer Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Volgt and daughter Evelyn and little nephew, Billy Johnson, the latter of Rolfe, were Sunday evening visitors at the Arthur Heidenwith home. November 5th 111 response to a nationwide appeal by gov- erninent leaders we are opening CJirlstmas Toyland this week. It's wise to shop for fl Christmas In November—as early as possl- 55 ble. We have some metal toys and a host = of new toys which will delight your chll- jj dren. But please come early—so yon and S the children won't he disappointed. Hnn- S dreds of items to choose from If yon hurry. 5J Illustrated are only a few. S SHOP IN NOVEMBER! iUIIUMIIIIIII IIUIIUIIIIUIIIIII IIIIUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH We are Headquarters for LAUNDRY MARKIN.G OUTFITS Especially useful for boys entering the service. This prevents losing garments by P -vmly stamping your name with indelible laundry ink on each piece. Set consists of j Rubber Stamp, Indelible Ink Stamp Pad J G. JOHNSON 1276953 ORDKNOW The RUBBER STAMPS, BADGES, SEALS, Re, Upper Peg Moines COAST-TO-COAST < Tba Larger Toy Display

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