The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1948 · Page 14
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Upper DM Moines Tuasday, March 30, Mrs, Heetland Is Hostess At Party For Son, Age Ten Lakota — Mrs. Eldon Heetland entertained 8 boys Friday afternoon in honor of her son Paul's 10th birthday. Games and lunch witli a big cake, were enjoyed and the honorec receive some nice gifts. His grandmother, Mrs. Gust Koppen, and his aunt, Mrs. Donald Koppen, and daughter were honored guests. Paul's paternal grandmother Mrs. L. P. Westerland Sr. of Bricelyn, Minn, entertained him Saturday. Visitors From Soulh Dakota Ed Kramer's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kramer of Sioux Falls, S. D., and his sister Mrs. Jack Wolfred of Monterey, Minn., were visitors at the Kramer's last week Sunday. A Family Party Mrs. Emma Smith entertainec at a family party honoring hei daughter Mrs. Bob Clemans of Boone, last week Wednesday evening at Frank Lewis'. Guests were the Emory Smiths, Otto Koppens, the Orville Koppens You'll save real money with Fox 2-1-40 central?.. 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Barretts last week were -Mr. Barrett's father A. H. Barrett, his sister Mrs. Prank Fitzgerald and her daugh- te Mrs. Allen Elder. They left Thursday but Mr. Barrett Sr. will stay for a longer visit. Mrs. L. Weinberger left by bus ast week Wednesday to visit her son William at Charles City. Among those home for the Easter holidays are John and Don Wortman, McAlistcr college, St. Paul; Bernadine Gerzema and a classmate, Irene Siolis, whose home is in Athens, Urnece, both also attending McAlister college; Dennis Murray and Dorothy Schroeder attending colleges at Denver, Colo.; Katherine Murray from Iowa City university; and Doris Asmusson, A. I. B!, Des Moines. Mesdames Louis Nitz, A. T. Buckels and Lottie Isenberger drove to Ledyard Thursday afternoon to attend the Methodist W. S. C. S. at the church. Mrs. Ray Hertzke entertained the Cub Scouts and a few neighbor boys last week Wednesday afternoon at her home in honoV of her son Kielh's llth birthday. The boys played ball and Mrs. Herlzkt served lunch. The A. A. Andersons drove to vVest. Union Friday and spent the Easter weekend with Mrs. Anderson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Balard. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hertzke. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwartz. Lakota, and the. Rev. and Mrs. Hans Werner of St. Peter, Minn., were last week Sunday visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Christ's. The Rev. Werner is a former Lutheran minister at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson left last week Wednesday for Iowa City where Mrs. Anderson went to the university hospital for a check-up. Larry Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter, is sick with measles. BANCROFT Lyle Torrine or Algona is spending the Easter vacation with his mother Mrs. Perry Torrine of Bancroft. Francis Menke, Dude and Ken McGuire, Mike v-offman and Lawrence Bergman nf Bancroft went to Mason City Saturday, to see a basketball game featuring Murray Wier. Cletus Dorr, who has been a patient at the veterans hospital at Des Moines, returned home Wednesday. Mrs. N. J. Schiltz of Bancroft was taken to the Holy Family hospital at Estherville Thursday. Pat Doocy of Ledyard came Friday to spend the Easter vacation with his grandmother Mrs. Mary McGuire. Mrs. Mary Kockler and daugh- PUBLIC AUCTION of Fred Ryther's Equipment 9 1 P. M. At Home Corner of McGregor and Colby Streets MM) rt. .Manila Inch Hope , M)l) I't. S!(M>| Inch Cahlc !{ Illr!{c \\innl SIMVS i' Chain Hoists Sum-ling 1 (Mil fit Dollar Truck I'rcssun- Pump '2 Klcctric .Motors I!!) Wood I'uilcys ScrtMV .Jack and Crib Jacks Several l,og Chains Bolts, 1 I'l. ivitlo io !{ inches. Various leiifjtlis. Klectric Drill Klectric Sa\v Filing .Machine Numerous Small Tools, Ladders, Blocking and Other Moving Equipment HATTIE RYTHER Executrix VKLL JiKON, Aucts. IOWA ST. BANK, Clerk tci- Coletta spent Friday at Fairmont, Minn, Jim firadtey and John Devine, who attend college at Iowa City, spent their Easter vacation at their 1 respective homes at Bancroft. -.'.-• Joe Eich, who attends MacPhail's college of music at Minneapolis, Minn., spent his Easter vacation at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eich of Bancroft, Billy Bettering and Charles Hiltz went to'Spencer Friday for a visit at the Wayne Marshal home. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall anc Sherry and Pam returned to Bancroft with them to spend Eastei at the home of Mrs. Marshall's parents Mr, and Mrs. Andy Deitering at Bancroft. Mrs. Rose Hamlon ,of Mason City is spending a few weeks at the Henry Fox home at Bancroft. Louis Dudding has been ill the aast two weeks and was unable to attend to his duties at the Deitering implement shop. Joanne Quinn, who attends Mankato Comerfircial College at Mankato, Minn., and Eileen who attends St. Catherine's college at St. Paul spent their Easter vacation at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Quinn of Bancroft. Students who attend St. Thomas college at St. Paul. Minn., and spent their Easter vacation at home are: Joe Schneider, Bobby Fuchs, Billy Kennedy, John Murray, Billy Deitering, Dick Garry and Martin and Harold Hamilton. Charles Hiltz, who attends St. Ambrose college at Davenport, is spending his Easter vacation at the home of his mother Mrs. Lenora Hiltz. Mr. and Mrs, E. B. Konke and grandson Craig Peterson of Bancroft spent the weekend at Excelsior, Minn., at the home of their daughter Eileen and at Delano, Minn., at the home of his mother. Maryann Menke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Menke of Bancroft, who attends Mankato commercial college at Mankato, Minn., is spending her Easter vacation at the home of her-parents. I hosteses: Mesdames Start-, Wlllas- ton,' Ethel Jones, iDelmsm Crail! .Wilfred St. Jdhn, Russell Me•panel, and Eve Presftell, Cevo- lions will bagiveif ( by f Miss Pres- nelt and there 1 Will be a" guest speaker. • , Presbylerlan Circles , The woman's circles v of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday afternoon, April 1, at 2:30 as follows: A, Mrs, S. D. Wilson; B, Mrs. R. S. Blossom; C, Mrs. J. H. Breckbill: D, Mrs! Frank Butts. Dinner Guesls Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly had as dinner guests last Week Sun day the latter's parents'Mr. and Mrs, Jess Dugan, and son Don, o Lone Rock, and her brother anc sisler-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan and son Richard of Burt The occasion was in celebration of the birthday of Mrs. Jess Du gan. Easier Dinner Guests < Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jensen were Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French and Don, and Mr. and Mrs, Howard French and Jean, of Titonka. Here From Eldora Mrs. S. B. French and x Mrs. Jydney Laird had as dinner guests, Easter, Mr. and Mfs. Kay: Setchell and Marcia, of Eldora, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert French and Sammy of Rossie. 3brcas Society Meets The Dorcas society of the First .utheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, April 1. Hostesses will be Mrs. Theodore Thompson, Mrs. Gale Haasc, and Mrs. A. F. Thompson. r Mesdsmfes ,W, Q, Ctiftis'./W^Wift Riddle, ifvih Ketseltes, and. TO* * •- MII ^g pgjft/ SOCIETY Pinochle Club Meets Mr. and Mrs. William Besten- lehner entertained their pinochle- club Wednesday evening. High score prize was won by Wilbur Courtney and the low score prize was won by Howara Stillman. Lutheran Women Meet The women of Trinity Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, April 1, with Mrs. Randall Clark, Mrs. William Dau, and Mrs. Peter Ehlers as hostesses. The program will be given by Mrs. Clair Blossom, Mrs. August Bellinger, and Mrs. Werner Stru- ecker. Devotions will be given by the Rev. Luther Loesch. Women's Association The Woman's Association of the Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon, April 1, at the church with the following as W. S. <?. S. To Meet The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church meets Thursday, April 1, for a one-fifteen o'clock lunch- con served by circle 4 with Mrs. John McGuire and Mrs. Don Nelson as chairman and co-chairman respectively. Mrs. Harold Fitch will have charge of the program, His Way in Europe, in which Order Your May e\\ o B UT thicks Now U. S. Approved U. S. Pullorum Controlled BUY SWEA CITY QUALITY CHICKS for Bigger Profits. We can supply April Chicks — if • you " order prompily. , Some sJartecl chicks on;hand. Turkey Pouifs—Ducklings Phone cr mail your order \ now. g- Swea City Hatchery Swea Cily, Iowa Phone 35 ON ARMY DAY, APRIL 6, there's something you can do for WORLD PEACE Mil fWh BIf ihday , Mt. arid Mfg. Yefftefl , yemell JA, ahd Deanrta.- spent Sunday, Match 21, df ^leW Lake with Mrs LUdwig's jafents, Mr, and Mrs. T, P. Joynt.< The former as observing his 7?th birthday, Blrihday Obiervcd N MV, and Mrs, Verriell Ludwlg had as guests, Monday evening, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Ludwlg, of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Ludwig, Of West feeiid, who came to assist in the celebration of Vernell's birthday. The guests are his brothers and 'sis* ters-in-law. Congregational Women The Woman's Association of the Congregational church will meet Thursday, April l, for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. August Slagle, chairman of circle 4, has charge of the serving, and the program theme Victorious Living Fostered by Church Colleges, will be given by -Mrs. Ethel Chubb and MI> O. W. Stillman. Devotions will be given by Mrs. Elizabeth Schenck. Ann Craig Honored- Mrs. L. A. Craig gave.a party Thursday afternoon in celebra- :ion of her daughter Ann's eighth sirthday. Guests were Claire iloepke, Judy LaiVall, Faye Loss, tfarcia Anderson, Karen Johnson, Saren Watkins, Judy Anderson,, "eggy Hardgrove, Sharon John- . M, 8%lft Anew,. aa the afte?ftoofi el of assisted hutie, ;:-{f^^rf^^ f C ' Ip John" Rich" r a"ftd"h]r twin sister, Mfs. Ethift Light, J&e'-'fo'rhW Jane Rich*, 6f Bricelyn, MinM., were hondnses at a parly at tttfe home 6f their mother Mrs: Nettie 1 Rich, Thursday evening, gly^n -in celebration of their/ birthdays. fher guests were Mfs, John --jcW Mr, fand Mrs. Walter Rich, of Burt, Mrs/ and Mrs. dfe6r'ge Rich, and Mr. and Mrs. William Drayton. The evening was Stient socially and closed with the serving of Ice cream and-birthday cake. Mrs, Light remained till Sunday with her mother. Friday, Mrs. Light and Mrs. Nettie Rich spent the day at the John Riches, Mh and B * ... ..-. M -r', student , tit Motftintslde c6Ilegd, has beefi kltWgE.to.thft KalJpd-iPi'Alpha W Tne, announcement Was It, tijt6tt$&l dinner heid^at ft Saturday e'v- Ai fiiti Parly— , • Mrs. Albert Fosnfiugh, accompanied by her daughter Nancy only, 'since the son • "Butch" in spending his Easter vacation with his aunt and uncle, Mr. 'and MfS, Henry Schaffer, went to Burt Friday afternoon to attend a birthday party given for Grovcr, 8, and Gary, 9, sons of Mr. and Mrs. William Giddings, whose birthdays are March 26 and 20 respectively. The boys ate nephews of Mrs. Fosnaugh. Easier Dinner Guesls— Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elbe'rt had as dinner guests Easter, Mr. and' Consider These Advantages of an INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT / ' • • Your savings here are insured to $5000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. • Earnings are compounded twice a year—and you get a worthwhile return on savings. • Service is prompt, friendly and helpful. • Small savings are welcome—any amount opens an account. 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