The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1948 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1948
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' Uppi' Dai Molnet tuoittay, April 13, Study Plan For Office Building At Lu Verne LuVerne—The executive committee of the LuVerne Building company met recently to appoint n committee'to investigate construction of nn office building in LuVerne. The company some time ago purchased the vacant; lot on main street, located be-, twoen the postoffice and the Lu- Verne Pharmacy. Joi feritt, who ha's spent the winter there in the' home of Her daughter, accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Steusisy, and' daughter-in-law, Mrs. Weiland, home. The ladies enroute h&mo made a trip to Denver, Colo., where they visited Mr.'and" Mrs. p. B. Schooley of Denver 'and Mil and Mrs. William Deilancl of Fort Morgan, relatives. To Up Cemetery Levy * The executive'board of the Lu- Verne Cemetery society met with the town: council and the township trustees of. the four townships, Humboldt, Verndn, Sherman ahd LuVerne. Friday eVen- ing, April 2 in the toWn hall. The purpose of the meeting \vas Wm. Zimmerman Speaks The Chamber of Commerce held its regular monthly meeting Monday evening. April' 5, in the town hall. The Circle 3 of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church, in charge ol their president, Mrs. Ralph Davidson, served the din- Zimmerman of Algona, guest speaker, spoke on Social Security and the benefits derived from same. A discussion on roads was held at the meeting. Trip to Nebraska Mrs. Aaron Steussy accompanied by her sister-in-law Mrs. Wil- the lesson on ''fhe fiarth Shall Yield Her Increase". Hostesses for' tTi'e meeting \*ere the T Mesd'ame's Williarh' Goel^ch, ' ' Carl SWansbri, aftd' was tua- ner. Mr. liam Weiland mack trip to North Platte. Neb., to visit in the home of E. L. Robinson and family. Mrs. Kathryn Greenawalt !o discuss their financial sit tion. An additional levy was solicited to meet rising costs of &de- and Lu- quate maintenance, labor equipment for care of the Verne cemetery. John A. Byson'has been contracted to care for the cemetery for 'the coming summer months. W. S. C. S. in Meeting The general meeting of the Woman's , Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church me.t at the church rooms on Wednesday afternoon, April 7, with a good attendance and two guests, . Mrs. Gordon Davidson and Mrs. John Peters attending. The business meeting was' in charge, of the general president, Mrs./Georgc Wolf. Devotions by Mrs. Archie San-ford oh subject ''The Whole Creation is Our . •' --**•*. X^i \^t.l LJI_/11 1^ \_/Hl LoVd's." Mrs. Albert Gcnrich led IT'S TIME TO CHAlt!' ? Too bad your speedometer can't actually talk—but it can remind you to have your car serviced periodically —the SKELLY way—and that's the way to have continued motoring happiness. Use SKELLY Fortified Tagolene Motor Oil and Long-Life Greases...they're high in quality, sure to do a good jo,i>> certain to satisfy you! MOE'S SKELLY SERVICE 300 WEST STATE ALGONA, IA. TMete QUALITY aW SERVICE weetf \ Check Wheel Bearings Balance Wheels We do all types pf HOENK MOTORS UE SATO Pboiie 8 Cemetery Ass'n/ M$et$ We ' ladlieS "of' tfte LuVerne Cemetery society met a't the town hall Thursday' ; afternoon, April 8, iyith a very good , attendance 'ancf one guest, Mrs. Margaret Byson. prese'rit ' ' The president, ''' Mrs. Elsie Steussy, presided f at th'6 business meeting, at which tim'e the c0m« mittees studied the Memorial Gate project a'nd now will start prodceedings to have it installed; A new motor driven lawn mower was purchased frotti the Phil Lichty Hardware by Orville Andersoh and Edward Hof, Lu- Verne township trustees. 'The hostesses for the meeting, serving 'refreshments, were Mrs. William Ramus, Mrs. Otto fca- mu§ and Mrs. Phil LfcHty., Th four LuVerne school busses were driven to Humboldt Friday morning for the test all the school busses in the state 'are required to take. The bits drivers are' Henry Loerwald, Stanley Genrich. Harold Lichty ' and Robert Bigings. * • : Mrs. Harold Phillips accompanied Mrs. Erhart Meyer to her school work in Des Moines toWn- ship Consolidated school near Rolfe, Friday. Mrs. Phillips went to practice with the music contestants of Mrs. Meyer, who \vent to Gratfttinger for a music contest Saturday. Mrs. Phillips is their piano accompanist. Mrs. Gerhard Myers underwent an operation at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge the past week. She had just returned to her home following the birth of a son when she became ill and was again taken for surgery. Joan Hinz was taken to the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Thursday, where that evening she underwent an emergency appendectomy. Joan is a junior in LuVerne high school. Mrs. H. T. Blutner went to Renwick Wednesday to attend the Ladies' Aid society of the Lutheran church. Her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Schnetzer, was a hostess at the meeting. Mrs. Blumer, the former Anna Kraft, and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs Ernest Kraft of Renwick was born and gre*^. to" womanhood there. Her mother, Mrs. Kraft was a charter member of the Lutheran Aid when it was formed years ago. Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey ot Mason City were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the home of DeRae s mother, Mrs. Olla Godrey, and sister Rubye Godfrey ., Mr _ s ; Helen Stauffacher entered the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Wednesday for medical examin- atl ° n an d may have an operation Mrs. Emily Guy, accompanied by her sister Mrs; Milton Nor- spent a &w • days vfsitlflf with Mrs. Emery's 'molhef, Mrs. Helena Stfiplihg AM fithef relatives, Mr. and Mrs, Em'ery just tece.titly 'returned from spending two irtbnlhs Iri' Tt'Saa.; tfcey will return to' Iheit Tioifte iri Fort Dodgd. ' "'Mr. and Mrs. Elme/Kubly en- tertainea at a birthtiffy "dinner Sunday in honof 6f -the llth birthday of theii' soft Keith. 'At' ris, 111 for a short visit with-the sister Mrs. Guy Waite, who was H. fcnroute home Mrs. Guy vis- ted her son Melvin Guy and family in Coif ax twb days Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gronbach went to Fort Dodge Friday. Doris ^ronbach, student at Tobin Bus- less college, accompanied them home for the weekend with her Parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Sgt. Nicholas Wolfe, stationed at Kansas City, is spfending a few days with Mrs. Wolfe and-daughters Carol and Charlene at the M me AT°u Mrs - Wolf e's mother, Mrs. Mabel Thompson. Mrs. Katherine Burtfs conclud- if? a y is £ at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. iPearsoh and left Tuesday for a vist at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Robert Knudson and daughter Jane in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery CALL us Day or Night for Fast Removal of ALL DEAD PHONE US COLLECT WEST BEND— 108 LONE HOCK— 500 WESLEY— 1500 LEDYAHD— 75 BURT—178 BANCROFT— 4441 LUVERNE— 2081 LIVERMOHE— 2514 WHITTEMOHE— 1500 or Schumacher's DX Sla- lion — 2331 Or WE PAY PHONE CALLS of ALGONA RENDERING CO, Na, $1 and his* 'a'ufff a'rid^fWele7 u M r r"ana Mrs. Edwin Marty and'fafnlly. Mr. and Mrs.' Charles' Hanselman Sr., accompanied by their son arid daughter-in-law, .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hanselman ttf Garner,, drove to Geneseo, 111., where they spent the weekend visiting at the home of their' daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Fuerstenau and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. H. T* Blumer went to Jeffries, Minn., Saturday, where ,they visited' over Sunday at the home of Mrs. Blumer's aunt Mrs. Olaf Gilbertson. Adrian Goehring came for his wife-.ancrsons Craig and Dennis and took them to. Des Moines Where they will try to find a home. Mrs. Goehring has spent the past'few months living at the home of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller. Mr. Goehring is employed in Des Moines. E. B. Thomas took. Mert L Barton to Iowa City the' past week, where Mr. Barton Underwent medical, examination • and x-rays at the University hospital there. . .. Bemlce Lens/n 1 I *" • 6 '* ^ ' ' ' ' M ^ *?t 'f J iii-vV ; Mrs. Violet ^u>er of a'nd Berhice Lei^iflg, da'ughtef of Mr. and Mrs/Heffiry luSHSlhrf of Bancroft, were, -'united' . age by'Rev.fathe^.Vlhcem Hutil at St. John's" CfethoHc ehureH'at Bancroft, ApHl 6 at 8 a<" wedding 'music choir;.- ' Bflffa -'- •" £• "^ft~ ~"° " H fiwttftf h&, M t. To Bank Position Rosalie Halpin started work last week as bookkeeper at the Security • state -bank. She was formerly cashier at the Call theater. '•'.'•- sung, by S Inez Leftslhg. sister of th6 bride, ahd' Mfeflin Walker, brdftii e'r'of tKe brldW^rdom'^'atten^^ the couple. MtSfy Walker; nffice' of the^bridegrfabm, tyas"the flftW.- er girl and Billy LetVsi'ngV brothlgi' of tHe bride; Was the 1 ring beafef. The bride wore a flo'tif length dress of white'.sheer ftebh with a train edged wfth'a. double ruffle and a finger tip veil. She carded a bouquet of calla lilies. The bridesmaid wore a gown of pink net- over, satin. She Wore, a pink veil ana'carried a'bbuquef of pink 'and white, carnations and sweet peas/The f lower 'girl wbf" a white nylon gown and tiairi< >' • • • --1. ,;*• ' \ '•;-.'•,,. v.i-yU •-* Thui-sddy, April 15 LITTLE Thursday, April 22 BENNETT GRETEN I . x IVIoving or Storing contact ? Brady Transfer and Storage Company FoH DodS'c, Iowa Agents, Allied Vnn Linos, inc., in your locality Excellent equipment, competeni and courteous service. Phone or write for estimate on any moving problem. •' Has It! Building - Repairing " ' ^^ Remodeling ' - 'flR- . DIMENSION LUMBER PAINTS-VARNISHES BRICK-BLOCK SAND, CEMENT, GRAVtl SHINGLES-INSULATION PIYWQOD-COMP. F, S. NORTON & SON BUILDING MATERIALS . - - PAINTS ,«. FUEV5 ^Hfrgr,tfom, and'best man wore bfdwn suits with 'a carnatioH buttortairei • • • A djtiftfer • was served at St, Jphfl^ Ifiall' Atf^ seventy gUests. • TOe feduple', will' 'take 6'sHort weddinitm, •' TKfr.ftlatlVes from out of town were: Mrs, Violet .Walker' and hjtobd,- Bar! Rich, Ed Rich, mi-.' andvMr-s. Wfty'he Bfirr, Mrs. Bessife Wlilltei-,- Mr.'- and Mrs. L. R. W&lfcer; %. and Mrs.' Raymond Walken 'Ralph Taylor, Jean Lenslng. Mr", ah'd" Mfs, Melvin Sifert t Ambrose 'Vache, Mf, and Mrk Or-Ville' Holdren and daugh- te'rs,-and fierh'ice Walker, frbm Algonaj Mr: and 'Mrs . Lewis Bfwesder -'from' Irviriglon; Sylvester Brace from LuVerne. Mr; and Mrs. lobfrl tod;. -Maf, y ffftm Wast Bundf Mr. aft'di Mris; tJeetf Bjiistrom aiflj s'ona from Whittemore; Mr, affif Mrs. August Lensjng and Cyrilla;, ifltr, and Mfs. Albert 'Le'nsing and tferoria from . Wabassd! Minn.: aftd-Mr, and Mrs. fid Schemmel frorrt'Matlock, Iowa, Church Council Plans Bible Study The quarterly "meeting" of the Kossuth County Interchurch Council executive board was held at Van's cafe on Mon'day, April 5. Those present were Rev. J. Q. Kuyper, Rev. P. H, Beckman, Mrs. R. K. Hill, Mrs. H. E. Blah- chard, Mrs. E. H\ Buschman, ReV, Robert Phillips, Rev, B. L. Weaver, Joseph Skow. Plans were made for a vacation bible school institute to be .. pie's pienle ffl Juftiy. ft " Four Cornei* Club Tiie 'fpiir ebfhert' Md.theffl Daughters club will nt&tf ."this w£ek Thursday with' Mm Euphar ^ itue Jeis'en; Mrs. 'Gladys' ' ' *<* ( J. \J\.<tff$f J,TA**Q^i^.J KAAIV« A Uli WIA>& » »*» be'on plaiea'bf interest in Iowa: » A poem by'Ruth StepheHs'iftd'fl demonstration by Be'rnice Shfiw will be given.- ' •. *' -> ' ALGONA Nfi /GREATER OVER 4.600 CIRC Get Your Car Ready' Her's What 1. Change oil, put in proper summer oil 2. Change grease in transmission and differential 3. Remove and repack front wheels 4. Thoroughly lubricate your car 5. Check and switch yo ( ur tires , v 6. Drain and flush the cooling system 7. Tune motor and check front end 8. Clean your motor and chassis ',-. 4 f * I 1 ' l> 9. Check cables battery and Drive In and Ask for the "Percival Spring Change- Over" * •' 7 * We Want to Deserve Your Business Permanently. ^^w wt ^^W( ^^(M^^i ^I^WB ,^B|^p(l^^ ffH0i ^HB ifcta^*^ Sales . DODGfcPL¥MOUTH . South Phillips Street ' ' V ", V" '- - « - * ;,.,,, » V . i " '" ' ^ ' -'„" '*'" ~"~- r lt*'j& t r ^

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