The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1948 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1948
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<'*';' -/„ '"':V-'';V'*$'''',•£, ' ""'V'V- vvV'*'M^r^'£'"''Hs'' ; C< '**''( 4 ^'^%^,^c-4%\'i%Aff^^' ; " ''" ''' - ' -'"' '' ''" ' 2~Afg«na Uppsr tut Mdtftii Tuesdoy, April 13, 1948 FiveOftosen First Places In Music Meet Olfosen — The Ottosen High School music groups that took part in the m'usic contest at Grnettingcr Saturday made an excellent showing with five placing first out of seven and the other two contestants placing second. Those placing first wore the girls sextette, the -clarinet trio, Paul Watnem in a hass horn solo, Ramonn Loos with a sopra' no solo, and Ramona Loos with a clarinet solo. Seconds were Ralph Jacobson, baritone solo and Richard Loos with n bass solo. Next Saturday the larger music groups, the band and boys chorus will take part in the music contest which will also be held at Graottinger. The regular meeting of the Music Mothers club will be Monday. April 12th at the schoolhouso. Progressive Club Meets The Ottosen Progressive club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Laurel Worster with eleven members answering roll call. Scripture was read by the hostess. "Work For the Night is Coming" was sung by the group. Mrs. M. p. Kinscth, Jr., was appointed time keeper for the club reports at the county meeting. Mrs. Herman Krame'r and Mrs. Oliver Lee both read .•irticles for the program. "Racial Tolerance" was the subject which was chosen by the group as study for the coming year. Guest's wo-" Mrs. Annie Blake. Ilum- l\ at, Mrs. Victor Kohl of Gil- more City, Mrs. De.woy LanninJ and M/s. Dwayne Jollifl'e 01 Bradgate and Mrs. William Cooper, Mrs. Loran Daniel and Mrs. Olvin Hang and Carrie Mae. The next meeting w^ll be April 15th at the home 6fc Mrs. Raymond Loos. Presbyterian Ladies The Presbyterian Ladies mcl Friday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Richards and Mrs. William Cooper as hostesses. The meeting was opened by siiig- ing hymns and saying the Loi-d's Prayer in unison. Scripture Was read by Mrs. Herman Kramer. Seventeen members answered roll call. Mrs. G. I. Purdy And Mrs. Mike Coyle were appointed to send the box of donations to the mission school in the Philippine Islands. Mrs. Herman Kramer and Mrs. John Coyle and Mrs. Max Clark were appointed on a committee to meet with the board of trustees to see .about getting the furnace fixed and also about re-decorating the worship room. The meeting was clos- •d with a hymn and saying the benediction. Mrs. Max Clark read the poem "Flow the Great Guest Came" for the program. The next meeting will be With Mrs. Herman Kramer and Mrs. Max Clark as hostesses. This neeting will be April 23rd. Mrs. Leonard Mino, Grant , Last Rites Apfil 6 Stork Pays Visils The stork visited the homes of three couples during the past A-eek leaving a boy at each home. The new parents are: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sehreiber are the parents of a boy born March 29th at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. The baby weighed seven pounds and fourteen ounces and was named Kenneth James. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Holden of Ottosen and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sehreiber of Livcrmore. The new mother was formerly Maurine Holden. AJvertiitment From where I sit... 6 Joe Marsh Now It's Neckties Made of Milk! Fellow in Andy Botkin's Tavern was boasting; ubout a trick necktie he was wearing made out of a byproduct of milk. "Took 33 pounds of milk to make this tie," he says. Bill Webster was unimpressed. "Personally," he says, "I'd rather have the milk to ilrhik. Just as I wouldn't change one glass of good American beer for a necktie made from thirty barrels of it!" Yes, modern science beihH what it is — seems like you can make "anything out of anything" these days. But in the case of milk, well I guess drinking; it is still a whole lot better than just wearing it. Of course there are lots of other ways of abusing goods and beverages— like a fellow who doesn't appreciate pood beer enough to drink it slowly and in moderation. But from where I sit, most people who enjoy a wholesome bev- orngc like, beer or ale <irr moderate —because beer itself is n beverage of moderation. Ca[i)ii s h:, I 1 '!", Lulled Slates Brewers Foundation upon (Clip From Newspaper) MITCHELL CHEMICAL SALES ALGONA, IOWA DOLLAR DAYS COUPON Name- Address This coupon, when filled out, entitles bearer to SI.00 credit on any purchase made on Dollar Days, April 16-17, 1948, at Mitchell Chemical Sales, Algona, Iowa. to You on ANY PURCHASE Made Friday or Saturday at Mitchell Chemical Sales Milwaukee Depot Plaza Just Fill It In, Clip It Out and Bring It to Our Store on Dollar Day; ONLY ONE COUPON TO A CUSTOMER, PLEASE Buy Your 2,4D Wf«d Kill»rl Swea City — l^ast rites were conducted at the , Swea City Methodist church, Tuesday, April (5 for Mrs. Leonard Mino, Grant tWp,, who passed away April 3 at a; Blue Eiarth hospital. The sefvice was in charge' of Rev. S. H. Hammer, assisted by the Rev, B.--L. «-Weaver, -former pastor here. Mrs. Mino, was born Doris Evelyn Goreham, Nov. 20, 1902, a daughter of Edson and Mable Goreham at Odebolt, Iowa. She grew to young womanhood at Odebolt and was graduated from high school there. Later she took teacher training at Iowa State Teachers college, at Cedar Falls. She taught rural schools in the Odebolt vicinity, later teaching at Ledyard and Grant consolidated schools. In June, 1928, she was married to Leonard Mino, son of: Mrs. Mable Mino. of Grant twp. She is survived by her husband and five children: Violet, a, Marilyn, MaribeJ and Evel^ft, all at home. Also "rier patents , at Odebolt, and five :SlswiPs t Mrs. Emery Smith, Mrs.- • Lyle Paul Mfld Mildred Gorehafh,' ;oa|bolt, Mrs. John Landjfra'f, Stfii-m La'Kb, and Mrs. Leonard Kuehl of 'Heron Lake, Minn. , , » She transferred to membership in the Grant church .-front! ^ <5c!e- bolt, In 1928 and \vaa eveip faithful in all the various activities; at the home of her death she was church organist. / Funeral music was furnished by a mixed quartet, Mrs, .August Peterson, Mrs. S... H\ Hammer, Sam Link, and E. W. Stevenson, accompanied by Mrs. Glen ^Paulsen. Pallbearers were neighbors, Otto Kelly, W. O. Briggs, Ear Patterson, Martin Tokheim, Glen Paulsen and Verne Anderson Burial was in Harrison township cemoterv. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Struthers are the parents of their first child born March 31st in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. The baby weighed seven pounds and four ounces and was named Ronald Emmet. Grandparents arc- Mr, and Mrs. Wattson Struthers of Ottosen, and Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Hansen of Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ludwig are the parents of a boy born April 1st. He weighed ten pounds and two ounces and was named Glenn Thomas. Grandmother of the baby is Mrs. J. P. Beckius of Parpage, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E<*pinosa, Jr.. and children of Mason City spent the weekend at the Margaret Holt home. They were also visitors at the Loran Daniel and Merle Holt home. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hohcnstoin of Aniboy, Minnesota, Mrs. Cora Bacon and Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson of Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Eugene Hofius home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson md daughter Rosemary of Lone Rock called at the Alt'Lee home Sunday afternoon. They also called at the Kriut Oppedahl and Eugene Hofius homes. Mr. and Mrs. Seward Holt and family of Clear Lake, South Dakota, spent the weekend visiting at the Loran Daneil, Margaret Holt and Merle Holt homes. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Zinnel were Sunday afternoon caller* at the Fred Kmapen home. Mrs. Sam Kropf and Mrs. Harold Kropf also called there on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster and girls were Saturday evening callers at the Charles Daniel home in. Humboldt. _ Mr.' and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Jerry were Saturday evening callers at the Robert Naeve home in Rolfe. Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Kinseth home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kinseth of Humboldt. > Afternoon: callers were Mrs. James Barber and children of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kinseth, Jr. Monday callers at the Kinseth home were Mrs. Martin Kinseth of Bradgate and Mrs. Don Hunt of Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniel and family of Humboldt called at the Art Vinaas home, Donald Larson home and Loran Daniel home Sunday. Card Party At Mitiag Home, Lotts Creek Lotts Crock—Mr, and Mrs. Herman Mittag entertained at a 500 party ,Sunday evening, and attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin, Mr. anrt Mrs. Robert Leisener, and Mrs. Kain, of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mrs. Herman Rcisner, Mrs. Minnie Reisner, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach, and Theo. Behrens. High score prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin, low to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boetcher, travel to John Schallin. Group To Algona Wedding Relatives here attending ihe Dau-Ruhnke wedding reception at Algona Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, Lorna and Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch. Kathleen and Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler, Phyllis and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Ma'r- tin Meyer, and Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Leininger. The Gerald Sprongs, Wm. Bell, 'daughters Elda and Wilma*,' Fjfank fMorsy, and -Ernest Schejilei 1 ^ 1 ajl of West Bend, were Sunday evening visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn's. Mrs. Ferdinand Bierstedt and Eldora. of Fenton, spent Sunday afternoon with the former's mother Mrs. Edw. Kressin. The women will meet Friday 1 : at the Lutheran school -.building with Mrs.- Wm. Zumach as hostess. \ • . - • '*.••..; t •" • ;• <-,'; » .'>~ ?'»..•«•'. 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Blahchard, a councilman, drew the lucky one. At the meeting Mr. Blanchard designed. 'The"Vacancy will be filled by' appointment some time soon. Church Council Planning Events Plans were made Monday at a meeting df the Kossuth. county ins in Which the courtcil Willter-ch ter-church council for coming events in which the council will participate. t Next Wednesday a vacation school institute is to be held in the Presbyterian church' here, which will be attended by laymen from Kossuth, Hancock, Palo Alto, Humboldt, and Emmet counties. Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley was appointed registrar for that meeting and the Rev. Bert Weaver of Good Hope is to have charge of bbok sales'and teaching aids. The Rev. Robert Phillips of Lu- Verne reported plans being made for an all-county youth picnic to be held at Call state park here, June 4. A six weeks leadership training school is planned, for next fall. 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