The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1948 · Page 11
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Ledyard WSCS , AidsOkoboji j*" ' >"••&< ''• * Camp Project Ledyard-iThe Methodist women's sbctety met at the chtrtch Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. fiorr Jfctrobs;' Mrs. Albert tooft, and Mrs. Lafiue -as hostesses. Mrs. Glenn Burr6,ws led Easter devotions. A report was given on $18 spent for improvement at the catftp' at tttev ftkobojis, also on towdls-sent.for the* camp. The next meeting will be on April 8, with Mrs. Edward Looft, Mrs. Joe Mayne, and Mrs. D. B. Mayer as hostesses. Surprise On Birthday A birthday surprise party was held for Mrs. James Lloyd at her home last week Tuesday evening. Attending from away were the Arden Lloyds and Edwin Lloyd, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramersm'eier and Mrs. Fred Busch, of Woden. Husbands Entertained' The Modernette club had a man's night last.week Tuesday. A 7:30 dinner was served at the Frank Rotterman home, and .the evening was spent socially. Visits At Waterloo Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Rogness, i Jpafvand fiahlelijtejtjj ftfrs, Freda Ltietsche, wfio visKed here last week, weftt to Waterloo Friday evening to visit Mrs. Rogness's sister Mrs,. M. B. Douglas and family. TKe Rognesses, also visited Mr. Rogness's baterits at West Union. \\f''{ • MoHh ftakoia VisMfs Mrs. A. Munyer. sons Alex and Mike, also a , daugjttfcf' and her son, of Rugby, N. D.f came Wednesday for visits at., the Fred Munyer and' phfijltss -Bashara b&'fnes here and the Edward Munyer home at Elmore. 'Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog, Nancy and Betty*went, to Mason City.ilast Wednespy;to''visit Mrs. Kerzog's parents$Mtf»,land Mrs. T. C. Togerson and SltetiHed a builders' shdw, . f$ i-if ; George Gonias, of Dos Moines, visited last Wednesday evening at the D. B. Mayei\home. , Mr. and Mrs. p$L. Carpenter were at Minneapolji^Tuesday and 1 Wednesday of lalt^w&ek. Mr. and Mrs. $>#$. Swartzel, of Oli.n, came TMFjfaay to visit over Easter at (iMfr daughter Mrs. E. A. Carp4$p. Mrs. Wm. FeniieS|4, i . daughter Sandra, and Mrs? Mullah Weed went to Cedar Fglljfj^hursday to visit Mrs. Fenflema's. parents. They returned SajM'ilctey. Mr. and Mrs. JlpJdiird^Shell and Doris Surber weftf t£> Des Moines Friday and visitcp Relatives over the' weekend. rj' ;'|y. Mr. and Mrs. JiSrCy Schroeder, Karen and Ronald 1 .went to Mankato Thursday aft&rripon, and the daughter Darlin'i^lsp. Ramona BRED FORNO RT H £RN ; F AftMS T H O.M PS ON'S'fi - ., f\- / I LEGHORNS Rugged layers White eggs. Developed from two leading egg strains, improved annually by pedigree and R. O. P. males (200 to 300 egg blood). AUSTRA- WHITES . . . Meaty, production- bred Australorp males and select Leghorn hens produce extra vigorous chicks for both egg and meat production. H K KS< W^ITE _ Popular co lored, heavy broilers and outstanding brown egg layers. Built up by big 200-306 egg blood R.O.P. males. 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Carol and Sharon stayed, to Visit over Sunday. Wesley Pupils In Skating Party At Tifonko; March 24 Wesley -- Parochial school pu- oils enjoyed Easter vacation from Wednesday" morning until Tuesday morning. The public school was closed from Friday noon until- Tuesday morning. \ Members of the Freshman class" of the public school enjoyed a skating party at Titonka on Wednesday night, and Ralph Hedges was their ,chaperon. '. ' ^ J At Spencev Program Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich and Mr. and Mrs. John Hauptman went to Spencer Wednesday to attend a musical program given by the college . choir of Ames. Lois Bleich is a member of the choir. . , Birthday Club , .The Neighborhood ' Birthday club met 'at the Henry Haverly home on, Tuesday afternoon, to honor Mrs. Haverly, Mrs. Ray Hansen and Loreri Becker. Visit at Emmeisburg Sunday, Mar. 21, Mr. and Mrs. Don Krause and" Richard were guests at the home of Mrs. Don Kraus's parents, tiie Will Ketchens at Emmetsburg. Mrs. KraUs and son stayed there for a week's visit. Has Appendectomy Delores Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malt Becker, 'had 'an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital in Algona Monday of last week. xW. S. C. S. Meeting The W. S. C. S. will meet at the Methodist church parlors on Wednesday, April ,7. Hostesses will be Mrs.;clai:ence Ward,' Mrs. U. Marco,- Mrs. Will Martinek and Mrs. , Oliver Young. Mrs. Mary Bradfield will lead the devotions and Mrs. A. M. Lease will have the lesson. Funnemarks Hosts < '-. On Sunday, March 21, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark • enteiia'in- s, Les- How- : ,:, .r Guests were fne Ole te'r:;Larson9,'*liC!s'ter , - ard : Fftnnemarks, Ivan.: Johnsons, and 'Mrs: Anna Bohannon of Algona. V •';. ; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fox and Billy visited the 'Wallace Schwartzes at Mason -City Sunday, March 21. Mrs. Schwartz was formerly Louisa Fox. •• ' Mr. and Mrs, .Bernard Erdmah and son Michael of Lisbon spenl several 'days over the holiday weekend visiting his parents, the Paul Erdmans here and his sister and family, the Jack Robinsons at Corwith. . Joe Drummer's -daughter Lorraine went to Iowa City Wednesday for a physical check-up. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley, who had spent five months at Los Angeles, Calif., spent the Easter weekend at the home of , their daughter.; Ethel, 'the Stanley Smiths at Des Moines. They were to arrive here this week,\ A bajay girl was born to Mr. QNi C&AT and Ceilings ONE GALLON DOES :' AVERAGE ROOM MAUTZ "88" ONE COAT FIAT PAINT HS SAMS ftAYI. OIL BASi PAINT or woter L S. BOHANNON .D v,Af *-. , * . ' T.7f ,.,., A f '££3',^ ""™5£%r 3??!» — -^^"1 -. ^^Mg _«__ ^^^^ ^^^*k* FEED W, C. Tqylgr and Son* IOWA PAINT CO, and Mj-s.. Geofgc ByftteUc,.of Ames at 'a hospital there, .Thursday, March 25. MM. Burftette is the former Betty RiggS aM this is their first child; A very fine pre'Easter program was presented at the Methodist church on Thursday ..evening. A drama cantata, "Calvary Way", was given by 21 young people under direction of Mrs. John Paulson and Mrs. Lawrence Ha'nsen. Ruth Hauptmanl studertt nurse at Aberdeen, S. p., .spent her Easter vacation here 'at her parental Joseph Hauptman Jr. home. Margaret Flqm, who teaches- at Fort D6dgd, came homo Thursday to spend ner Easter Vacation with her parents; Mr. and Mrs. H, H. Flom Jr., arid : hoi- brothers' Mike and ."Ball" and their families. Mrs v Viola Studer visited at the home of her daughter, the J. W. Welches at Superior several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Flom and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flom went to Mason' City Wednesday of last week. The men attended a builder's convention. Fritz Eden made a trip tp various places in California recently. He left on Sunday, March 21. Francis Hanig submitted to surgery at the Veterans hospital at Des Moines, Thursday. His mother, Mrs. George Hanifi, Irene and Eugene, were with him that day. LOCALS Mr. and, Mrs. J. Li Bailey of Clear Lake were guests Wednes- of the former's mother, Mrs. Laura Hopkins. R. E. Lee Aldrich of Belmond ^was on overnight guest Thursday of Mrs. Elsie Cady and Evelyn Ca'dy. -. • ' . Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holthammer came Thursday from Iowa City, when; both are students at the state university, .and will spend their Easter vacation with Mrs. Hoi shammer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gleh Raney. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thompson spent Sunday at Corwith with Mr. and Mrs, Jess Scott, sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Thompson. Bill Allen, son of Mr. and Mfs. James Allen, who has been with the marines the past two years, has received his discharge and came recently from San PedrO, Calif. He has made no particular plans as yet, Mr. and Mrs. William Olio want to Aurelia to attend funeral services, March 15, for Mrs. Caroline Geuther, mother of Mrs. Otto. Friday, .March 19, they attended the final rites for John Otto, uncle of William, Storm Lake, and Monday, March 22, they were at Sioux City to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Mary Otto, aunt of William. Mrs. Harlan Miller of Milford recently visited her sister Mrs. Dan Engesser and father J. J. Dooley and aided 'in celebrating the fifth birthday of her nephew, Da,nny Engesser. The Rev. Emil Benzon went lo Madrid . recently to attend a board meeting to consider a program of restoration of the home for the aged recently burned. Mr. and Mfs. Walter Zentner hiivc received an announcement of the birth of a seven pound, two ounce daughter to Sgt. and Mrs. Clarence Krug, Monterey, Calif., March 23. This is the first child . and she has been named Victoria Lynn. 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