The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1948 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 6, 1948
Page 12
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Upper Dei Moln>» Tuesday, April 6, Mrs. Ralph Bier s/ec// Is NewHeadtLoneRockPTA Lon« Rock — The Lone Rock It. T. A. mot Monday evening at S iC Lone Rock school with Frank . Ulish of the Department of Pxiblic Safely at Fort Dodge, giving a talk on Safety on the high- Way from the peedestrian's p,bint..of view. A film was also f iyen on "America, the Beauti- ul". At the business meeting Mrs, Merwin Marlow gave a report on the work that the school lunch committee had attended to, with Mrs. C. M. Gross giving a report, on the work being done for the county health nurse. Election of officers was held with Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt replacing Mrs. W. J. Cotton as president, Mrs. Merwin Marlow being elected vice president, and Mrs. Calvin Householder being elected as secretary and treasurer. Two more films, one on table etiquette and the other on soap modeling were shown. Program and food committees for the evening were Mr., and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt as program chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt as Cood chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Petlil, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.. Newbrough, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Clif- fpM Mueller, Dell Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Shaser. Ditcuss Lunch Program Miss Hazel Grimes, the stale school lunch nutritionist from DCS Moinos, met Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the school with the school lunch committee, a |cw P. T. A. members, and the school board members, to explain in full detail the working of the school lunch in schools. She told them what was required, and took a look at the room planned to be used for that purpose. It was aproyocl and they decided to start having school lunches next fall. Telephone Co. Elects The Lone Rock Co-Op. Telephone Co. held its annual meeting Thursday evening at the hall. John Nyman succeeded himself as one of the directors •\otcd upon, with Louis Reilly replacing Otto Jensen as the other director. There were 24 present at the meeting. Coffee and doughnuts were served. Sewing Club Meets The Rural Sewing club met at the home of Mrs. I. W. Nelson on Wednesday, March 31, at Algona. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. J. M. Anderson with a plant and bulb exchange. Parly Nets $16.70 The American Legion Auxiliary sponsored a card party Thursday evening at the Lone Rock school. There were nine tables of guests there, with the total of $16.70 being taken in. Prizes went to: high for men, Fred Dransfeldt, low for men, B. L. O'Donnell, high for women, Mrs. Roy Jensen, with low for women by Mrs. Frank Flfcig. E. M. Jensen won the chair prize. This will be the last card party for the season. Mrs. Richard Long of Bancroft and Mrs. Ralph Thompson of Lone Rock attended tire shower honoring their niece-cousin, Miss Dorothy Long at the Presbyterian church at Burt on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hciclcn- with of Swea City spent Wednesday evening visiting the Warren Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. LaVcrne Hammerstrom and Mrs. Selma Hammerstrom called on John Kylen at the hospital at Estherville Monday. Tuesday evening supper and over nipht guests at the Hammerstroms' homes were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kylen and Mrs. Esther Larson of Chicago. 111. Donny Priebe of Fenton came Thursday night to spend the woekend at the Art Priebe home. Word was received here by Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer that Adolf Foth of Bancroft is greatly improved. Mrs. A. H. Hutchinson returned home Friday from the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, where she went for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Marlow became the proud parents of a fine baby girl, weighing 7'i Ibs., which was born April 1 at the Kossuth hospital." This is their When warming sun ana greening grass Bring golf clubs out of hiding, It's time to get your car freshed up For smooth and thrifty riding. Come spring, you just naturally swing into seep >vith the season. Bui not your car. It needs livening up. * Newest car-refresher service is the Personalized Spring Change-Over offered by Standard Oil Dealers. Thousands of Standard OU Dealers have recently taken advanced training at special Standard Oil Clinics. They've become Personalized Service Specialists. Every two weeks, about 250 additional dealers and attendants complete the course at 80 schools now operating in 72 cities. | Trained Standard Oil Dealei j svpply your car with the individual attention it needs to get whiter aches out of its bones; Better get a Personalized Spring Change-Over today! It's Oil-Change Time! Time to replace wiuter-worn oil with fresh, •ummer-grada PgRHALUB* for premium- phu lubrication . . , finest motor oil Standard ever toads. It remove* th« ''goo", improves th» gat 3 other fine motor oils- QUAKER STATE ISO-VIS .PPURINi STANDARD ^60 your Standard OHDealarfora Personalized Change-Over first child. Mr. and Mrs. Frank "Olson and Robert of Bfitt spent Monday evening at the ft, A. Holrttgren home. Mrs. Holmgren attended the Rural Woman's day at Algona, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hanna spent Thursday in Spencer shopping and calling at the Reed Anderson home there. The Lone Rock Ladies' Aid society met 'JTiursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Eldin Marlow, with Mrs Lem Marlow, assisting hostess. Rev. Klngma gave the Bible Study from the book of Hebrews 7. The guests were welcomed by the president. The business meeting was held, with the president reading a letter concerning the Education of Youth as to the Dangers of Alcohol. It was stated that the first payment for China's child,.a little girl the Aid has adopted, was sent. Thank you letters .were read from Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Madison. Mrs. H. A. Blanchard read a letter concerning Financial Goal and Opportunity of giving. The Aid is to send birthday cards to two missionaries. Discussion was held on the buying of' a Baptismal Challicc for the church, with no decision being made about it. Lunch was served by the hostesses to 20 members and six guests. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Sr., with Mrs. Merton Larson, Mrs. Jesse Blanchard Jr., Mrs. Roger Jensen, and Mrs.. Alfred Schultz as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard were Sunday supper and evening guilts at the Wayne Richmond home near Armstrong. Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mrs. Roger Jensen spent Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Dean Jcr- genson, near Algona. Mr?. Fred Gcnrich. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Sr.. Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. W. G. Flaig. Mrs. Ed McQuire, Mrs. Geo. Long, Mrs. Jim Long surprised Mrs. Alex Krue- gcr Wednesday evening with a narty in honor of her birthday. The evening was spent playing cards with Mrs. Ed McGuire winning high prize and Mrs. Geo. Long winning low prize. Mrs. Mary Madison is spending the week visiting her daughter and family, Mrs, John Munch of Fenton." Mrs. Russell Bates and Joe" spent Thursday visiting Mrs. Emma Hurlburt. Mrs. Joe Engesser of Bancroft spent Monday visiting Mrs. Mary Werdell at the A. J. Elsbecker home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and boys of Superior, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and boys of Fonton spent Thursday evening at the H. W. Hartman home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hanna bc- name the proud parents of a fine baby boy, Friday, March 26, at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. He weighed 9V->( Iba. and, has two, other brothers. ' ' •"''" Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth and son of Whittemore, Mrs. Ethel McChesney of Van Nuys, Calif., Bernard Pettit spent Wednesday in Mason City. Gene Radig returned to resume his studies at Iowa City Tuesday, after spending his Easter vacation at the parental Alex Radig home. Mrs. Ervin Wetzel attended the shower of Carolyn Hintz at the Lotts Creek school, Thursday evening. Margaret Nelson returned to her home HJ Waukegan, 111.. Monday night after spending her Easter vacation at the parental Win. Nelson home. Mrs. Merwin " Marlow. and Kcarn Ra^ spent; from Thursday night till Sunday visiting her mother, Mrs. Katherine Collins, Livermorc. Her husband and son Mcrril camc^ after them Sunday. LOCALS Mr. and M"rs. James Merryman returned Monday from a three weeks visit in California at Pasadena, with Mr, and Mrs. R. C. Padgett and at San Jose with Mr. and Mrs, T. G, Lowe, uncles and" aunts of Mrs. Merry man. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, Jacqueline, Marvin and Marilyn, and Mrs. Miller's parents and sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Robinson and Mildred, spent Sunday at Mil ford with Mr. and Mrs. Leo DeMuth, uncle and aunt of Mrs. Robinson. Joseph John, infant son of Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Misbach, who since birth has been in an incubator at a hospital in Fort Dodge, was brought home last week, having gained the required weight. He is doing very nicely. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Matern spent last week Sunday at Norwood, Minn,, w.ith their son Michael, svho is employed there. From there they went to Excelsior to visit Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Studer, sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Matern, a few days. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall had as guests last week from Saturday till Monday their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. 'James Griffith and John of DCS Moines. Mr. and MM. W. 0. McCullough have as guest their daughter, Mrs. Linn Mills of Medford, Ore., who, with her sons Billy and Bob, came Tuesday for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Archie McDanel went to Omaha, Neb., last week to visit their daughter Marvella who is attending a business college there. Mr. and Mr*, Q. J. McDanel accompanied their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell McDanel to Sioux Rapids last week Sunday, where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Thomas, sister and brother-in- law of C. J. McDanel. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs went to Whittemore, Wednesday, where they attended the wedding of Kathleen Maahs, niece of Mr. Maahs, to Mil|ord Gude. ; i'*- Mahoney left FfUliyiand Bob now have it and all ' " ~ •" ' ' ft Scotland, S.-D., following a few days visit here With his brothers George Snd John Mahoney and their families. DelnfHs* is a former Algonian and "now travels for a mineral company, with Scotland as his headquarters. Mrs. A. L. Long has had recent word from her sister Mrs, John Kylen, Swea City that Ml', Kylen though still gravely sick at an Estherville hospital, has improved a little and the family, is nidre hopeful of his recovery. He recently had surgery for a ruptured appendix and it has been found further surgery will be necessary when he is able." Hugh Matern, a sltrdent of electrical engineering at a ."Milwaukee, Wis., school, came Friday for a lew days visit with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ma^ tern. , ,..-.;.. , Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hobinson had as last week guests the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Baxter of Ryan/ James McQuisian, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McQuistan, who is a student nt the Iowa State college, Ames, spent his Easter Vacation with his parents. .Marian Mulligan of New York City flew to DCS Moines, coming thence to the McQuistans to join him for a visit here. ' Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Maihlson of Minneapolis, Minn., spent • a few days last week at the parental Charles Kuchynka home. James, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Loebig, has returned to school following sickness with chicken pox but the house is still und6r quarantine as his brothers Jerry have. been quite sick, Marcie Long, of Mi'. and Mrs. K. t>. Long, spent the weekend with her parents. She is a student at the State Teachers college, Ciedar Falls,' and was utt* able to get home for Easter, hence the Visit this week, Left Lallier accompanied his aunt Mrs. Curtis Anderson of Clarion to Bloomfngtori, 111., for the weekend, where they visited ______ twins Kay of h ________ ._._ ef brother and in-law, Mr, and Mrs, Julius Kolch, of Superior. The child 3-lZ-lZ Two cars available / - •"' •.'••' • ' Place your orders early Algona Rendering Co. Phone? • • " ' . ">' fii-^' : "-' : >'"''. v - —> > ' ' - • ^'Ir " ' • '. •. • -^ .-.Mr*. and Mrs, Mfelvlft Pe*kih% sU- was tifturai here three'' tfwfcirtefth «pfness; ^trhg the tef'bt Mfsv Aitttett'oft,' ., ' - ai6'4^lh®fli ftdtiW Stufd^; ft§ KeiP dreft, Mf. »M MJ*« Jdrtft <Mti6h*fl twln'Jtotatfrttod sifice there, had |nefe to avom comagionv , spent last week Sunday at Ames with Mr,,and Mrs, Willis. Scott, lister and bfothef'lh'law 6f Mr, Mitchell. . ' ,.' 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