The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1948 · Page 6
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>' s, 6-Alsona Upper Des Moirt§* Tuesday, April 13, 1948 Mrs. Paulsen On Denmark Trip; Sends Cablegram Lakbta — • Mrs. John Welhausen of near Titonka, received a cablegram from her mother Mrs. Anna Paulsen saying she arrived safely at Copenhagen, Denmark, on schedule for her visit with relatives. Visit At St. Peier Messrs, and Mesdames Jerry Heetlnnd. Vornon Smith, James Smith. D. J. Smith and John E. Smith and their families spent last week Sunday with the Rev. Virgil Smith at St. Peter, Minn. Mrs. Isenberger 111 Mrs. hottk' Isenborgcr was quite sick Tor several days early last work. Hosts At Dinner Messrs. and Mesdames Harry Mussman and A C. Schissel were hosts at a dinner party at the Mussman's last week Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley, Lakota. and daughter, Mrs. Edward Huckels of Boono, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ley and Ubbe Dreesman as quests Here From California Mr. and Mrs. Merle Heetland arrived in l.aknta a week ago from Lorn; IVnrh. Calif., for a visit with their respective parents and will leave later for Chicago where Merle plans to attend Scott's Industrial Training Institute. Leon Wirijes, 7 Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wirijes. i-"lebratod his 7th birthday TueM'lay. April 6, with a weinor i oast in the back yard at supper time with a group of neighbor lio\.; and i;irls as guests. There was a nice pink birthday cake and 7 candles on it and he also rei'rivrd some nice gifts. Guests of (ho honoree were his brothers f.lovd. Lowell and Larry his sister \\-rnn. Lillian and Velnia Meyei . David Ley. Elton Head. Ch:irlene ajuT Diana SchroediT. Celebrates Birthday Mrs. William Aaldroks celebrated a birthday Wednesday, March 31. and visitors were her daughter Mr.--. Alvin Huenhold and daughter Joyce and Mesdames August Huenhold, Abel Behrends, Edward Thaves and Carl Sp'echt of Algona,. also a number of friends here in Lakota. Tues. - Wed. r April 13-14 III ASSSff 3 A&R A// Mr. and Mrs. Charles X3ut* knecht, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Out- knecht and Edward Gutknecht visited last week Sunday at the Burdette Hoeppners at Melvin, Iowa. F. Gus Torine entertained at supper at the J. H. Warburton's Thursday, evening in honor of the Warburton's 52 wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht and Mrs. Roland Smith were Albert Lea shoppers last week Wednesday. They brought Betty Kienitz, S. N-.. at Naeve hospital home for a week's visit with her mother Mrs. Raphael Kienitz. July 1st Betty will have completed the first half of her 3 year nurse's training course and will go to St. Peter hospital ^ for 3 months training then go b'ack to Naeve for further work. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith and Mrs. Virgil Barrett attended an Eastern Star school of instruction at Buffalo Center Thursday evening. Raymond Smith and his mother Mrs. Ida Smith returned home last week Tuesday'evening from Florida. Mrs. Smith spent most of the winter there visiting her sister and family at Homestead, Fla.j and Ray drove down 6 weeks ago for a vacation and they came home together. Mr. and Mrs. John Dorenbush, Ehnore, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Telkamp, Lakota. were Sunday evening visitors of the John Fursts. Mrs. J. H. Furst was a caller at her uncle's H. H. Folkerts in Buffalo Center recently. Mr. Folkerts has been ill. The Junior Otiscs of Forest Citv. the John Asches of Titonka and the Dick Spears of Swea City were a week ago Sunday visitors with Mrs. Carl Trump -and son Ted. Mesdames Otis. Asche and Spear are all daughters of .Mrs. Trump. Frank Lewis, Lakota. accompanied his daughter and family, the Wilson Bracks of Ledyard to Eagle Grove last week Sunday to visit the Fred Brisbanes. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton and F. G. Torine visited last week Monday afternoon at William McFarlane's in Forest City. Mrs. Lou Nitx and Mrs. Hilmer Hanson drove to Ledyard Thursday afternoon to attend the Methodist W. S. C. S. at the church. Fred Sheeley of Grant Twp. Weds A Fairmont Girl Swea & Eagle — Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. Joseph Wernsman of Fairmont, Minn., and Charles, sort of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sheeley, of G/ant township, were united in marriage Monday, March 29. A double ring ceremony was performed at the St. Paul's Catholic church, Fairmont, by the Rev. Fr. H. L. Berrum in charge. ' The bride wore a white jersey street length gown and carried pink roses and white prayer book. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Rose Ann Wernsman, and bridesmaid was Donna Mae Jacobs, a cousin of the bridegroom, wore identically styled dresses, one pink and one blue. Best man was Richard Malone, brother-in-law of the bride, and Duane Bursaw, groomsman. Ushers were Steve Barnett and Jacob Krumliolx.. A wedding breakfast was served to members of bridal party and their Immediate families at the Fairmont hotel. In the afternoon a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. After a honeymoon the couple will live in Grant where Mr. Sheeley farms in partnership with his father. Want Ads. TWO - FORONE! Your classified ads run in BOTH Algona newspapers for only one charge, and reach 9,000 families each •week. Swea-Harrison 4-H Members of Swea-Harrisbn 4H club met Tuesday evening, April 6 at the Joe Preston home. The program, illustrated talk on "Buying a Protein Supplement for Hogs", by Jimmie Harner: a discussion topic, "What's in Feed You Buy", led by Jimmie Preston. Ten members were present. Mrs. Preston served lunch. Grant 4H club met Friday evening, April 2 at home of Gene ;md Billy Tokhcim. Forrest Ives, county youth* leader, gave a talk on summer 4H camps. The evening topic was "Supplying a Protein for Livestock". Dean Zielske and Richard Waterbury gave a demonstration on how to mix proteins and led the open discussion. Twelve were present and Mrs. Tokheim served lunch. of his parents Wiiltani last WPfek. Martin Molinder has been bbd- fast the past two Weeks With flu and pneumonia. He Is improving at. this writing. Mrs. Dettmer Thompsbh, Mrs. Ervin Link and Mrs. Selmer tJhr were guests honored oft ' their birthdays at a party at Mrs. Uhr's home last Wednesday .afternoon. Twelve ladies were present and served lunch thty had brought along. * Mrs. Wm. Barger, Mrs. Glen Clark artd Mrs. Mamie Sperbeck were hostesses of the Baptist Ladies Guild Friday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Loof t was in charge of the program. , , Mrs. John P. Peterson underwent a major operation at the Fairmont hospital clinic last week Weclnesdav. She is recovering satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Knutson are parents of a daughter born Thursday, March 25. She weighed 7 Ibs. 12 oz. and has been named Janice Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Krumm of Des Moines visited at the home Ex-Titonka Lady Sends Message Mrs. Luvia Craven, formerly of Titonka but now of Libby. Mont., has recently written friends news of her family, For many years the Cravens manag- 5d the Titonka Telephone exchange. lytr. and Mrs. Ranny Bleich 'Mrs. Bleich is Mrs. Craven's daughter Beryl) have bought a Dutch colonial home in Libby. Sharing the home with them are Mrs. Craven and her aged moth- ?r, 92. and Mrs. Gladyce Bogges qnd her daughter Cara Lou. Gladyce is Mrs. Bleich's sister. Mr. Bleich is a mining engineer and Mrs. Bogges is office personnel director for the Zonc- litc company at Libby. • Mrs. Rleich is busy in community activities. She is second district vice-chairman of the Montana Federation of Women's clubs, is Girl Scout community director and teaches weekly in a release religious education class. Mr. Bleich's parents from Burl visited them last summer. '. Several former Titonkans well known in Kossuth county but now living in the west' were mentioned in Mrs. Craven's letter. C. V. Pendergast, former Rock Island passenger conductor, ha? not been in good health of late and finds it difficult to walk more than a block or two. Mr. Pendergast is in usual good health. , Mrs. Rosalie Dahl is doing nurse companion work and is well. Mrs. Ardith Nauman Bocl- nar, California, had written Mrs. Graven that her brother Merle Nauman spends most of his time- in a sanitarium. He has been a tubercular patient three years. Mrs. J. F. Fisher, also of California, is looking well but hav- Start Work On Roller Rink COrtStrUCilSn Worfc gft ttft- dstway last w«*k 6n a new roller Skatirtof rink id b» erected in Algdni, at the «5&f • ner of Cbrnmeretftl ftl R6iA St., by L, J. Schmidt. Mr. Schmidt ii a ti*ii«« el Algona, tnd played In the Algona band for 28 years, but mo*6 recently he has been located at Bode, where he ran' a roller rink for a year, Me recently sold the rink there. 'The structure will be 60 feet wide and 132 feet deep, in the aret to be used fot. skating. There is also ah annex along one side which will be used as an office and skate room. used At the baste of th« wall and Idundaitefl structure, An arched roof h being plan- net). M*. Sehmldi made no guess as to when construction might be completed and h6 would be opened for business. He did say, however, Ihai he felt the community would welcome a Well run skating rink, and that he had received mUth encouragement from many sources h» his project. Construction began a year ago, but was halted shortly, after it started by govern' meni building regulations existing' at that time, ing trouble with arthritis in her hands. The late Mr.-Fisher was an implement .dealer in Titonka for years and it was at one time active in Kossuth county politics. Co-Hit 'LAST DAYS OF Thurs. - Fri. - Sat., April 15-16-17 JENNIFER HOLT GEORGE CHESEBRO BRAD SIAVEN JI.«Y . 8 THOMAS TATIOI j^, WARMS YOUR HEART! Sunday - Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday April 18-19-20-21 t's a Super Comedy—Top Cast—Banner Attraction for Young Folks ' * ** fiffjfmmm-'•'•»•• "»> * ««w>. - v >•*..* •*••>»*» TUXEDO JUNCTION WfAVfR BROmf>« *"* and ELVIRY THURSTON HAll fRANKIE DARRO SALIY PAYNE /•'"D '//J ClAYTON MOOR6 CX^X\7 IORNA GRAY ». IIJUMU5AIOIIOS. Added Serial "Sen Hf*»nd" Still Work On Clubhouse Plans Plans are still being worked over on the project of building a new clubhouse for use of the Algona Country clitb, Wen French, chairman of th? building committee, said last week. Several sets of architect's plans have been submitted to date, but construction cost in each case has been higher than the club's finances would allow. Efforts now are to develop a plan which is in keeping with the financial situation, give the club f> fine, modern building, but one which would allow for expansion in the future when finances and construction costs make such a move feasible. Erlander Booked For Press Talk Clem S. Erlander, advertising director of the Algona newspapers, will be one of the speakers on the prograrn of the Iowa Press association convention, Friday afternoon, in the Hotel Fort Des Moines. He will appear on a panel with five other Iowa advertising men. Over 400 Iowa publishers are expected to attend the convention. Other Algona newspapermen planning to attend are D. E. Dewel and R. B.. Waller. N NORTON'S County 'Women's Meeting, Titonka The Kossuth county . federa- tion'of Woman's clubs will meet next- Tuesday, April 20, at the Titonka Methodist church. Hostess clubs -are the Titonka Federated, Whittemore and Fenton of Woinans' clubs, Portland Progress and the Acorn club of Lakota. At 10 o'clock there will be a meeting of all county club presidents, and at 10:30 a general business meeting. Dinner will be served at the church at noon. Afternoon's session starts at 1 o'clock With'Mrs. Clark Meecham of Thompson talking on "Mrs. America". She will be followed by Father Wm. Menster of Corwith', who will lecture and Show pictures taken with the Byrd expedition to the South Pole. Hostess clubs will provide program music. The afternoon meeting is open to the public.' — "0 6 s p e t t e AnV bro'se", senior class olay Of Fen- tort high sdhool. will be presented Friday 'evening, April 16, at 8:16 p. tfT ' In the cast of characters are Sanford Mitchell, Kenneth Fkig, Kenneth ? Thomsen, Delbert Blanchard", Leftoy Decker, Roger Long, Dolores Marlowe, Kathryri Willrett, * Marvel Schmidt and Helen Sdhmldt. , Verdabelle Behrends, RitaEturl- burt, Donald Jensen, Roger Flaig and Dale Schroeder. . ,The . play has three acts. Miss Patricia Heyer is directing -the production, Resigns Post In Triple A Office Mrs. Lester Hagen, the former Edith 'Reynolds* who has been employed at the AAA office here the past nine years resigned effective April 7. Mrs. Hagen came to the office in 1938 as bookkeeper. In' 1943 she was promoted tj> treasurer and for the past two years she has been secretary-treasurer. Miss Joan Balgeman has been employed to fill the vacancy, and she will began'' her new duties Monday, April ' 12.. She has been iff the sffles j!ft'8e tine; fifth ,',,- '.,*, Mrs. Hageh toas married nDe. WfhMft SH6 Mil go to TttoWci where she and her husband Will make, their home. A "firufleh" Party— , Mfs. V. K. Rising and Ella % mach entertained at "bWftdh" Saturday morning, and tertain another group of the following -Saturflay. time was spent socially. II * 4 f * f* f Conoco Oil Movie Here Wednesday A Conoco Oil Co. motion picture party is planned for Wednesday evening, April 14. in St. Cecelia's academy. 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