The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1948 · Page 14
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w**Wiff*m • "•,,?.'V Tuesday, April 6, 1948 O.S.Lund Gets Birthday Honor At LuVerne LtiVerne— O. S. Lund was given, a party in honor of his 60th birthday at his home Tuesday evening, March 30. Attending were five of his daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Tjcran Nerem and Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer and son Randy of R,enwiek, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nerem, Vickie and Terry of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt and son Duanc of Whittc- more and Dolores Lund at home. Mr. Lund received many gifts and cards and each daughter brought him a lovely birthday cake. Lunch of ice cream, cake and coffee was served. Mrs. Doak Hostess The ladies society of the Pi;es- byterian church'met at the'home of Mrs. James Doak Wednesday afternoon with a very good attendance and two guests, Mrs. Anna Sankey and Mrs. Carl Goetsch. The business meeting was in charge of the president, Emma Krausc. The devotions were led by Mrs. Bert Ramus and the pastor Rev. Arcnd Smith offered a prayer. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be at the town hall Wednesday afternoon, April 14 with Mrs. F. I. Chapman hostess. Fellowship Election The Youth .Fellowship of the Evangelical United, Brethren church met in the church rooms with Mrs. Paul Beckman hostess. CALL US Day or Night for Fast Removal of ALL DEAD STOCK PHONE US COLLECT WEST BEND—138 LONE ROCK—500 WESLEY—1500 LEDYARD—75 HURT—178 BANCROFT—4441 LUVERNE—2051 LIVERMORE—2514 WHITTEMORE—1500 or Schumacher's DX Sla lion—2331 Or ALGONA—7 WE PAY ALL PHONE CALLS Makers of SWERALIKD J50TUMFEED ALGONA RENDERING CO. Permit No. 33 At the business meeting the following officers were elected lor the c'oming year: president, Marilyn Hefti; vice president, Donald Marty; secretary, Maflly'n Miller arid jtfeasurer, .Wayne ;Mat - ty. . •; .. A social hour wns enjoyed, followed by refreshments. Sheldon Rio of Montana a visiting guest of Donald and Wayne Marty was a guest at the meeting. Gets Radio Position ' Stuart Sanders, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sanders of Eagle Grove, has bcien appointed a member of the~pr'oduction department of a campus radio station being established at Cornell college, Mount Vernon. "The appointment has just been announced by Dr. Seth A. Fessenden, professor of speech at Cornell. The new station is of the "wired radio typo," and will enable Cornell students to get practical experience in the production of radio programs which can be heard throughout the college Campus and in the small muncipality of Mount Vernon. Stuart was born in LuVerne and lived here when his parents were residents here. Mrs. Sanders was for some time a telephone operator here. Mr. Sanders was the city marshal. Stuart attended the LuVerne public school. W. S. C. S. Meets April 7 The general meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church will be held in the church rooms Wednesday, April 7. The subject of the devotional service, "The Whole Creation Is Our Lord's" in charge of Mrs. Archie Sanford. Mrs. Albert Genrich will have charge of the lesson, "The Earth Shall Yield Her Increase". Hostesses for the meeting will be the Mesdames William Goetsch, ?Ioward Smith, Alvin Weber, Carl Swanson and Earl Neal. Move To Otlumwa Robert Murray, who recently returned from four months attending" a National Cash Register employees course in Dayton, Ohio went to Ottumwa the first of the week to make their home there ready for his family to join him. New • Different Amazingly Low Priced F!ash-0-Fertilizer Machine Simple Attachment to Tractor Spots Fertilizer with New Economy * Quickly, easily attached to most tractors. e Places commercial fertilizer near roots of row-crops. * Combines two jobs in one; places fertilizer while cultivating. * Simple operation, controlled from tractor seat. * Special low price within range of every farmer. HOVEY IMPLEMENT South Phillips St. He came back Friday andj>tt Saturday took Mrs. MurYa^ Patricia, TOberta iSfla' Rttharjtt to "their Mrne^he {faAiliy'.hto uved v nere 'in ,the ttvifi -Ramtis ,hoiftte tJuring his absence, Sitl ethically 111 LHtle"'Jtidy Kay EUfeirh was taken to p»hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday. She had just been re* .turned to her home here from Iowa City where she spent several weeks at trip university hospital. She is in a critical condition. At Lcdyard Meeting • Attending' the joint county meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary Unit of Ernest Merkle Post 664 of LuVerne at Ledyard Tuesday e"vening were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engil, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zwbifel, Mrs. Aaron Steussy and Irvin H. Chapman. Frank Ulish of Fort Dodge and safety commissioner, was the guest speaker at the meeting. Engaged To Marry Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson of Webster City announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Esther to Francis Beckwith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Bcckw.\th ofi Doan, The wedding will take place June 6. Mr. and Mrs. Larson were former residents here. Cemetery Meeting The LuVerne Cemetery Society will meet at the town hall Thursday afternoon, April 8 for their regular April meeting. Hostesses for the meeting will be the Mes- damcs William Ramus, Otto. Ramus and 'Phil C. Lichty. Club Election Held The Progressive Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. Jack Harris Monday evening, March 29. Mrs. Harold H. Phillips was co-hostess. . During the business meeting the following officers were elected for the coming year: president, Mrs. Erhart Meyer; vice president, Mrs. Clair Champine; secretary, Mrs. Bert Ramus. and treasurer, Mrs. Johiv Skogmo. Mrs. Ray Stone gave a report on the lecture by Dr. Dunnington of Iowa City in Algona recently on "Russia". Refreshments were served. The next meeting of the club will be Monday, April 12 with Mrs. Merlin Cody. law Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith and son. ' ,' "Philip and James » dents' !*l lAtgidr <colle*. Spent -their Easter vateUWtrt , home of; their parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer, Harold Lichty has bee,n 'en ed to drive one of the ' Se buses for the remainder 6f school year. Lyle ttersome was the driver moved ,to his home in Corydon. Harriet Nelson returned nesday to her college work faf Forest City after- a week's Vaca^ tion spent with her parents Mn and Mrs. John -Nelson. .Harriet spent some of her time home as^ 1 sisting at the Farmers State bank. 1 Mrs. Anna Hanselman took her granddaughter Laura .Christia'ii'- sen to her home in Fort .Dodg-e, and visited her daughter Mrs. Harley Christiansen and faVnily until Tuesday. Laura spent' the Easter vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Legler spent the weekend in DCS Mdihes and Earlham. At .Earlham : they visited Mr. Legler's Uncle ana aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charles .Kort* y . after striding •tout' in San Diege, Calif,, makin trip "' brothers have A for 15 year> membsi*. 6f states. They ha^e two sUtefs and a brother "Still' .Itvifti iriifhelr j' live cotliUry; OSloi Nor-WaV; suffered" „ conditions. dye ,{o ,th,e Frozen <,, t Mr. and Mrs. Carl .ChrlStenseri of GraettingV Hew to MaCobki Nebraska,' i'ecehtly't to 'tie With their son .Bean, ' A • fttidrtignt .breakdown :of his aut&ffYdblle during the recent cold 'Wftve re-* suited in frozen 1 / feet .for ithe sohj who started across • country affd was located ,by sa plane ,the next morning. Irvinqton B mntfRXfatit'. * raHmiScrffi'lT'SlHrolaTaM - ™**f» <*" ,P* *«• . critoifitWibeSri wetft I 6n"tfie bridge,' just north of .here; 'aolni sortie me'a'ea'>4f>afr wor .ph tpejtrack, • • * • '..f t vMr. qhd-Mr's. M\ <3. Parsons .spent last.'week with t'heif 1 graiia'.> daughter, .Phyllis 'KolWseh and faniily at .Waterloo, Theif ^gra*nd j sons, .Da"rwin" and ,DWight>PaMoriS a;re also employed'at Watecloo. Darwin with',Pe"psi*Cola'.ebmpdny and -DWight with Potter Lbekijf Co. there. Mi* .and Mrs. A. M. Lethkee are enjpyjn'g a fine trip in the south, .they W "•' ' - -Trjey "visited'.their ttyd family at' McGhde, Ark., ajid .from there drove'oh" to tffcd Or* leans, La. ' Trip b'ein'g ,made in 'their riew Oldsmobile. Mr. and Mrs. .Floyd f esdahl Evangelical Women Meet The Woman's Society of World Service met at the church rooms of the Evangelical United Brethren church Thursday afternoon for their regular meeting. Miss Luella .Blumer was hostess with Mrs. Henry Blumer assisting. The business meeting was ini charge of the president, Mrs. Fred' Merkle. The • program for the coming year were given out. The devotions were led-by Mrs. Ella Woito with several ladies as-! sisting. Mrs. Albert Hefti and! Mrs. Andrew iMar-ty-'Sangitt^due The lesson was given by Florence Hof. - ' IF Moving or Storing your household goods conflict Brady Transfer and Storage Company Fort l)o(lj>'(>, Iowa Aleuts, Allied Vim Linos, inc., in your locality Excellent equipment, competent and courteous service. Phone or write for estimate on any moving problem. atf Edward Allen arrived home from Clarinda late Thursday evening and is with his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen. Mr. Allen has been employed in a hotel in Clarinda for several years. Mr. Allen's health has in early years not been so good and again he was forced to give up his work and he is waiting" for a call to enter the sanitarium at Oakdale. « Mr. and Mis. Carl Lang and family of Alburnett spent the Easter weekend with Mrs. Lang's father Fred Fritzemeier and sister Hulda. The parents of Mr, Lang, the Hev. and MrSi David Lang of Nora Springs, accompanied them here and during the Easter morning service at Uie( United Brethren church, the Rev. David Lang baptized the son of the Carl Lang's, Byron Vernon Lang. Edwin Marty went to Des Moines Tuesday on a business trip. Mrs. Blanche Walton of Industry, Pa., arrived the first of the week for a visit with her sister Mrs. Georgia Smith and her nephew, Howard Smith and family. She will also visit her sister Mrs. Hattie McGee in Algona. Mrs. Walton was .the former Blanche Sisley. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Nelson and three children spent the Easter weekend in Canton, S. D., at the home of Mrs. Nelson's parents Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Sky berg. Miss Gunda Egertson of Ames a sister of Mrs. John Nelson, spent the past week visiting at the John A. Nelson and Jon Nelson homes. Mrs. Georgia Smith of Hardy visited a few days recently at tbe home of her son and daughter-in- ALGONA HOTEL PINE ROOM LUNCHEOM9 50c to 70c 11:30 A.M. to 2;00 P.M. TAP ROOM RE-OPENED It's Cars need motor tune-ups .regularly, , just like a violin needs to be toned ; tp , get '^he : best out of it. > .. i •• *.,,. S , ••' : Mptor tuning— the^kihd that .v/ill pyt t the |iurr r back' into performdftee-re'fluires th :1 : tpuch of an expert, together with .the use of factory-engineered tuning equipment. Here at Percival Motors, we .have 'both. Correct timing, correct cqburetor adjustment, ignition correction, are among the items that need attention now on winter-weary cars. The long winter your car has just, parsed through has put a sluggishness into your motor. If your car is "moping" along 'let us tune it. Unless you are one of t r h,e lu^ky ones with a new car, your old car may have to carry you another year. Take good care of it._ .Let us start by giving that motor a through, .Expert TUNE-UP NOW! liSE ARE THE .;,. • • l*f • . ' • O,'' -•• - ->y, • - 'Distributor ' -- - '?f .Engine Timirrg * sPMel Pump * ' *• '? fqn Belt <f Ai.r Cleaner & Battery Terminals ^ Spark Plugs * Hose Cpnnections f Cylinder Head * ^qnifolds f ,CoM, .Condenser •? Ignition f (Compression *f Voltage Regulator • Starter V,- ' • Battery • Radiator ..... Hjtftfj|ift%< s 3SifiK&toft me at ^t«rali MMm^ >. :. 5i^6ttfarV ; it«6w.iwt xs-sg. a^ottt^ttft.i&^IJhitehet, ^?W ' if MftttVMffiMIU ^-,,^-^i, .If. diiys - r a'ssistftig'-in-care ef daughter Jeanne, • l ',',* .tow hit ^fm'liftg ?6r the.a'e^flV .Kffluse's , ; the Hbuse af ste -me WAN* ADS •«•/.* I » , f*n ' ' i M 5 « Itefv yea« > At, StorylCityr 2QO relatives.aijd M^fiW6*t«^»»3fi,» Mf. rinif MM. John S,, Wfinanis bbserve thdt.BOW weddflg an^ versHPy. Mt- ^18 mrss, willmms -* were mflrrredln 18&8 in LaSallo county, ,min«l»r'Cohilhg tp WWa' in 1800. - Irons' "Jrions" Are Vol. 1, No<41 Always 'Hre Tuesday, April 6, 1948 , ''Isn't it romantic, John? It reminds me .of our.honey moon ,at Niagara Falls." ' » One Pipe or a Home-Full Sure, we like to get the whole plumbing and heating installation, ior a home. We'd be prevaricators (got that nice lone? 'word out -of the dictionary) ' if we didn't say ii. Bui iOikf |he gentle in the SoW feiArtAj" suddenly find yourself' with 'a pipe ihat is 'spotting, wai- erV or a' drain that won't t drain, or a 'furnace thai is _ "acting Up, we' are Johnny- on-ihe-sjJot toy help you. Here at Irons' we keep up a COMPLETE plumbing and healing service~frbm the largest to the smallest of jobs— and we tl»ink of Service with a capital "S". MATERIALS AND FIXTURES ARE HERE— We Want Jo Deserve Your Business Parmanently Sales , DQIKSB-PtYMPUTH . Service South Phillips Street happy to say that some of this planning 19 and 30 on we ^ve been doing over the pnjit js beating s fri»U, -We are certainly getting pw' ' " -> pd. materiaflp, end are |u«t as '' ° " "' ^goVbai pn.ipy.jplumbi Thir^pff >« «?Qmirig tp i»f ^fipm'Anita's,... irj» cap fix'yow wp wU^» a f yew a ,^«glit a'n^ shining " ' ' MAKE A LONG STQ.RY : ' it'* » a^ilfcr It 9B4 Wt 9X9 ahjndise »n«J " '• f, f •'.£}« 'Vp ,1 ' , " » a- ' ', v -V f *•-'•' r f. I ( r \ *' r,

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