The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1943 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 18, 1943
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Algahft DM MoltM, Alftm, FARM BUREAU FEED HELDATBURTIN SPITE OF WEATHER Portland: A county Farm Bi reau banquet was held recent' in Burt. First the organizatio voted 16 serve it, then a commit toe met and planned the mem next the soliciting was doni. Two diiys before a blizzard ha the roads blocked but effort were made to take care of this It was not to be postponed so las orders wore given for certan things. Tables Were Set Several ladies went out to borrow dishes from differen churches and so on. The streets in town were snow filled am there was some difficulty in driving but the tables, in time, were set. Calls came in, including "death of a relative, sending in my chicken, am leaving for another state." Another "My chicken ready, but can't get in or have it sent in." A frantic call that all of the carrots in Burt were sold, so one lady scooped snow and dug a bushel. Another call, "A very important meeting in Algona, can you cook my chicken?" Another, "Am not able to come but will send in my potatoes for you to cook." One woman cooke her chicken at a school house an almost overdid it, No Sugar About ready to serve. "O dear, we all forgot sugar." Bu the homo economics class hat some and we just had to use it "Lo, and behold, no salt and pep per shakers on the tables. Hurrj boys, scramble out and around near and far." And as if by magic enough soon appeared. The dinner was served to nearly 250 persons, including the helpers and many compliments were received. A good price was paid and dishes (stacks and stacks) were washed. Everything turnec out fine and it was lots of work lots of fun, but all willing to servo another one. Cars Won't Start When the time to go home came, not all cars could be started. Bride of Richard Post Mrs. Post, before her mar riage, which was announcec last week, was Miss LaVonne White, a granddaughter of Mrs. A. Norman, of Algona. She is a graduate of the Mn- nilla, Iowa, High school and later graduated from the St. Joseph school of nursing at Sioux City. Mrs. Post has for several years been connected hos- took with Detroit, pitals. The Michigan, marriage place at Norfolk, Virginia, where Mr. Post is stationed at the naval base. MRS. RICHARD POST Rosaline Holtzbaucr Weds— A beautiful single ring cere- nony was performed Saturday November 6, when Rosanne Holtzbauer and Peter H. Bau-> nann were married at St. Ceceia's Catholic church by the Rev J. M. Mallinger. The bride, who is the daughter t the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Holtzbauer, was given in marriage by her godfather, A. C. Holtzbauer. ~ satin gown n accommodating gent pulled car to a garage. This was lock I so he took the marooned gen eman to the mechanic's home 'his happened to be near th hool house and here was an Public DANCE St. Joseph Hall St. Joe, Iowa Wed., Nov. 24 Rhythm Club Orchestra $5 Prize to Best Waltzing Couple Mrs. Julius Capesius Mrs. Anton Weydert Committee Admission 50c Lunch May Be Bought 46* her car which wouldn't start the obliging gentleman fasten the tow chains to this car anc ent merrily up town and stop- Jed, looked around, and he hac st the car. So, he turned arounc and drove back a couple of blocks and, sure, there was the car anc the two men standing, just waiting. The tow chain was rehooked and the lady in the first car said to the other one, "They act just as though way." it was planned that But, all in all, you can't keep everyone away from those banquets. Swea City Flyer Now In Nazi Prison Camp Swea City: Following is an excerpt from a letter 'from Sgt. Leonard Appelquist, in a Gernan prison camp, to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Appelquist: "Well, at last I can write and .et you know I am fine, health lood, and only a slight cut on my 'ace. "Feel lucky to be safe. Hope .'ou arc fine at home. Don't wor- Union Services at Baptist Church, 8 P. M. Wednesday Eve A union Thanksgiving service will be held at the Baptist church next Wednesday at 8 p. m. The Scripture will be read by the Rev. E. Nelson and the Rev. H, E. Hegstrom will lead in the congregational prayer. The Pres- dent's Thanksgiving proclamation will be read by the Rev. C. C. Richardson. The sermon will 3e given by the Rev. D. R. Marin and his subject will be "Now Thank We All Our God." The service will be lead by the Rev. R. F. Kittrell and the benediction vill be given by the Rev. N. A. rice. The music will be fur- coronet, bouquet mums. She wore an ivory ., with a sweetheart neckline edged with seed pearls, and a finger tip veil with a satin She carried a shower of white chrysanthe- Mary Sue Smith of Des Moines, who was the maid of honor, wore aqua chiffon with a yellow shoulder length veil and carried yel- 1 o w chrysanthemums, Mrs. James Chambers, bridesmaid wore rose chiffon with a shoulder length veil of orchid shade and carried orchid chrysanthemums Pfc. John L. Holtzbauer, brother of the bride, was the best man with Lt. James Chambers as attendant. Ushers were William Barry, Jr., and Robert Hogan of Algona lishcd by hoir. the Baptist church about me, is OK now. Can't write very often. Get in ouch with tiie Red Cross and hey will give you a list of what 'ou may send me. Need cigar- :ttes, tooth brush, underwear and ocks. "The British Red Cross is now aking care of us as to our pei> onal needs. They deserve all the raise, and more than I ever gav icm. Tell my friends to writ ven though I will be unable t nswer all their letters. •I surely said a little praye id thanked God when my chut opened and I landed safely. Ova lot to the foresight of-a frienc which I will explain when I se you, which I hope won't be too long. Will always be thinking of Special Program For iarvest Home Sunday A special broadcast over WOI, ic Iowa State College station, on tinday, Nov. 21, is part of .tbe larvest Home observance in 'hich Kossuth county folks may participate. County Extension Director A. L. Brown reports that the program will be heard at B:30 to 9:30 a. m. Rev. Jack Finegan, director of religious life at Iowa State College; Francis Johnson of Dickinson county president of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation; and Director R K. Bliss of the Iowa Agricultural Extension Service will be heard on the broadcast. you. Keep your chins up "anc smile." Leonard is located at Stalag VII A, near Munich, Germany. HIDES and FURS We need all the Hides and Furs available. Our Prices Are High. Liberal Grading. JOE GREENBERG Fhouc 118 Dodge and Call Sts. Tuesday the Coldest Day So Far This Fall According to Weatherman Harry Nolte's records Tuesday of this week proved the coldest day so far this fall with a reading of 8 above. 'During the week there was no precipitation or snow fall. While 6.2 inches of snow fell on the 8th that has now been reduced to 3.2 inches on the ground. The record: Nuptial music was played Ly Sister Mary Henrietta and sung by Betty Kohlhaas. A wedding reception was held following the marriage at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson Around fifty guests were present at the wedding and reception. . The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Stephen Baumanu of Whittemore. He is a salesman for the Glan-o-lac Co. of Omaha and is from Des Moines. He is a graduate of the Whittemore High School and Iowa State College Ames, where he is affiliated with the Phi Kappa fraternity. Rosanne_is_ a .graduate of the at. Cecelia Academy, Algona, and or-Mercy Hospital, Des Moines. She ,has been working since her graduation at the hospital in the children's ward. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were: Lt. and Mrs. James Chambers of Concordia, Kansas- Mrs. C. B. M. Smith and daughter, Mary, of Des Moines; Pfc John L. Holtzbauer of Salt Lake City, Utah; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Berne and children of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen' Baumann, Mr. and Mrs. John Ba;i- mann, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baumann, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Mathahs, Mr. and Mrs. John Origer, all of Whittemore. The newly married couple took a short honeymoon trip to Chicago, and are now living at 915 Fifth Ave., Des Moines. Fraser-Bristpw Nuptials— A very pretty double ^.^ ceremony was performed by the Rev. Donald F. Haviland Mondav, Nov. 15, at 2:00 o'clock at the St. Ihomas Episcopal church, I 1^ < | I The bride attended Clark College, Dubuque girls' school and was graduated this spring from the University of Iowa where she was affiliated with the Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Joanne had been employed at th" local rationing board until her departure to Houston a week ago. Other information concerning the wedding was not available at the time this went to press. Plum Creek Woman's Club— The Plum Creek Woman's club held their November meeting at the home of Mrs. Paul Black. Mrs. Elsie Jenkins and Mrs. Eleanor Gardner were joint hostesses. Plans were made to cooperate in the buying of bonds to buy a bomber. This is a Notional Woman's club project in which a bomber will be bought in each state by the bonds purchased by the women. The project must be completed by January 1 Mrs. Mary Black Fraser gave an interesting talk on her ex- P e "ences in connection with her Red Cross work in England. The club planned to send Christmas Sitings to boys in the services who belong to the members' families. There will be a benefit card party at the Plum Creek Community Room on December Guest* 6t m r.nie«tfn^^ere: 'W» CWW MM HlUfl««s MrsCorothy WeV Mrs. Eraser, f he 'W blub df thl ' and Mrs. Robert Black. teflan • ChufdH hdd a r«»niA w.i,** "«£7 Iaverting; Monday When the mem- Lucille Ileldt Weds** . bars had S birthday- party tor Mr/ and Mrs. Peter Heldt of the Fred Shllte who HaVe ! passed Fort Dtfdge were Al^otta visitors the age limit tot membership. Monday and announced the mar* Mr. and Mrs. Shilts tvofe eos- riage of their daughter, Lucille, tumes depicting grandparents, to Kermit Taylor, son of Mr. imd and ffdm general concensus they Mrs. Frank Taylor of near Fort wef e a riot. Dodge. The ceremony took place L ' —"— Saturday evening at the home of Entertain for Firman Lalng— the R^v. A. D. Sehwldder, pastor Mr- and Mrs. F. J. Laing enter- 3f the Fort Dodge St. Paul's LU- tain ed twelve" guests at a 6:30 •heran church. The bride wore a dlnne r party Monday evening in pink taffeta floor length r dress nonor of their son, Firman's 2Lit and her bridesmaid, Tela Me- p'rthday. Firman, who is in the Tarland, wore a dress of white army en S'^ers» is stationed al taffeta. The groom was attended Cam P Pickett, Va., and returned by his brother, Dick Taylor i° camp Tues day after a ten day Since moving to Fort Dodge a furlou Sh at home.' few months ago with her par- „ ..„. „ ,r~ :: f~" ents, Mrs. Taylor has been em- K ^ hhlha ? rs ^f" 16 ^-,/ ployed at the McAllen variety , The Kohlhaf >s families gather- store. Mr. Taylor, who was giv- t d u,u nday , afternoon a t the John en a medical discharge from tho E 1 ° i '! 1t1haa ^. h ° m « for . a « nal «>; army early in the year, owns and H 1 ? 1 . 0 " , befor .? the departure of operates a lunch shop in Fort ? eir sls i er ' D ^ na ' ?" Tuesday for Dodge, where the youne counle T , exas> Presen t beside those men- have found a furJshed ana? ! H° ned Were the P> J " Frank and ment and are now at hom£ .Connie _Kohlhaas families and tot thi be Mrs. MWfaret •'• "*_£.* *-»-* • Sewln* Club Meets-*-- '• The Sewinf f: dul5 filet Tue afternoon at, the home of Mrs. Cleve • - * ' . Sewlnf Club The Sewing club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. LlOyd Pfau. ment and are now at home. Tea and Shower for Mrs. Verveer— Mrs. L. E. Linnan and Mrs. Henry Kohlhaas. R. B. S. Gives Party— CONSUMERS FOOD STORfl 1 Block South Swift's Plant ••I Texas . nnan an rs. Wrfdol i Satu^av a «»rnn ame f *\ gU< ^, S bekah Blftidajr Staff honoring " * a ™ «-M= P P. ceived many lovely gifts. An out of town guest who was here for ... w , e , e . k e . nd was the hohoree's Rice of Normal, a served. Naomi Circle (o Meet—The Naomi Circle will mee Friday at 2:30 at the IOOF hall Members are asked to bring gift C A L L FRIDAY, SATURDAY, NOV. 19-20 Monty Wooley and Oracle Fields in "HOLY MATRIMONY" A Hit Comedy Thursday, Nov. 11 31 Wday, Nov. 12 39 Saturday, Nov. 13 28 Sunday, Nov. 14 37 VIonday, Nov. 15 35 Tuesday, Nov. 16 34 Vednesday, Nov. 17 47 est Bend Man Buys Vick Krieps Farm Hi row f? na> when Maxi ne, daughter of Hi Low| Mr and Mrg Donajd Fraser of Screen SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WED., NOV. 31-22-23-24 ' fj f - '•' •' ' " >'i' Green Top CARROTS 5c bnnch fteah Tomatoes .:..Ib. ' CABBAGE SO IB bag $1.59 Cream Style Del Monte CORN 303 Size Per can lOc . , . SO L LESSER Burt became the bride of Lt Ralph E. Bristow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow of Burt. The bride, who was given in . marriage by her father, wore a in I suit °? gold color wit h brown accessories. Her flowers were a shoulder corsage of roses. She also wore a locket, and a bracelet from the South Pacific, gifts of the bridegroom. - S««eiPUi:b»'llfwf8tjlVts 'ifimilMMU t • •<>;•:•: -H : efrvxod't/tru £/riito*f Artist* The Nick Krieps farm 2 miles northeast of Algona was recently xrs, *cmr lost in * KENNY BAKU * AIRED LUNT *TrfulaliMNKH|U *ARm MocMAHOM *EIU MAXWELL . *YEHUDIMENUHM HONEY llb/jar Mr. Farmer — We are in a position to furnish the materials for any small buildings, such as hog feeders, poultry or brooder houses and hog houses. LET US KNOW YOUR PROBLEM AND WE CAN HELP YOU SOLVE IT. If it's COAL or fuel that you need, We Too Can Deliv«r Coal to Your Farm Home. CALL IN AND SEE US AND TALK OVER YOUR FARM PROBLEMS F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 College of Des Moines, has recently been employed as teller at the Burt Savings Bank. The groom, a graduate of the Burt High School, has served in the Marine Corps for the past five years. He has been in the South Pacific, where he was commissioned, for the past 22 months. Christcnson-White Marriage Miss Marjorie White and Cpl Ronald W. Christenson were married at 6:00 p. m. Saturday, Nov. 6, at Moberly, Mo., at the home of the Rev. Joseph Pettie Grant, pastor of the First Baptist church, who read the marriage service. Attending them were the bride's sisters, Mrs. K L. Clunis of Peoria, 111., and Mrs. P. E. Koze of St. Louis, Mi Others attending the cerernon were K. L. Clunis, P. E. Koze "vuss Margaret Harlan, and Mis Pauline Lewis. The bride wore a light blu two-piece suit with matching ac cessories and a bridal corsage o gardenias. The bride, who is the dauuhte of the late Mrs. Mary E. White s a graduate of the Moberly Jun or college and *is secretary to ~ity Clerk George Mitchell. She will continue her work for a shor time. Cpl. Christenson, who i; he son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil -hristenson' of Fenton, is a graduate of the Lone Rock Hig school. He ia now stationed a 'ort Leonard Wood, Mo. foanne Godden Weds— Joanne Godden, daughter of flr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden, and '. W. Rabun, son of Mr. and tfrs. W. H. Rabun, of Savanna. 11., were married Saturday, Nov. 3, at Houston, Texas. The groom is a cadet in the air orps at the bombardier school at Houston. He will receive his ommission the first of February. '.e attended school at Ot.tumwa: had his first year of college at Iowa State, Ames; and was in his senior year at the University of Iowa when he enlisted in the air corps. *Kotborine CORNEL! *UN£ (OWL *GRAdE FIELDS *LYNN FOHTANNE * VIRGINIA GREY * HELEN HA YES *AUN MOWIBAY * PAUL MUNI *UNNYROSS ~. nmm , a **WRTHA SCOTT i * Kothoifa. HEP8URN * COBNEU * OT » «•>*« * HUGH HERBERT *«D SPARKS * JEAN HERSIIOLT * WILLIAM TERRY * ALLEN JENKINS * ETHEL WATERS * GEORGE JESSEL * CHERYL WALKER * OTTO KRUGEX * ARLEEN WHELAN * ROSEMARY LANE * JOHNNY WEISSMULUR .frGertrud.LAWRENCE *ED WYNN *MTWSBI *nEDDYtURTM THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Nov. 25-26-27 THANKSGIVING DAY / Continuous Show from 1 O'clock 2 Algona Boys Take Training at Farragut According to word from the naval training station at Farragut, Idaho, two Algona boys have begun their recruit naval training there the past week. They are Webster Thor Orton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton, and Phillip Regger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Regger. :\ \ Maisie gives her ALL on the Assembly Line! EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION They're up lo their need tin bubble-dancers| and up to their ears in' FUN! Tuna Fish % Size Tin 23c Quick Meal Tomatoes V cans 25 C Lighthouse Cleanser 3 for Peanut OLIVER Butter 2 lb, jar 41c Flu^Tex SOTHEHN.CHAIG M f "~ *«* ' J« MARSHALL 'JEAN ROGERS tonit Gifckritt Jelm QmUn lor PUDDING 14 pz. Pkg, We Assorted COOKIES lOc

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