The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1948 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 20, 1948
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Uf»|)*rO«i Melnet Tuesday, April JO, 1948 ldfag Afew L. J. Schmidt, pictured above, is the owner of the new roller skating rink .being erected on the corner of Commercial and Roari streets, in .the northeast section of Algona. Mr. Schmidt's home has been at Bode, where he ran a rink until Tie sold it recently. He is n- former Algonan, and hopes to have, the new rink operating sometime this summer. Work id progressing rapidly. (Algona Newspapers foto.) Honor Girl Scout Leaders Here Fifty Algona women attended an investiture service for Girl Scout leaders and assistants at a meeting Thursday evening at the Congregational church. Preceding the investiture, films on Girl Scouting in community nativities und Scout leadership were shown. Mrs. Earl Sprague gave a history of girl scouting: Mrs. Harry Greenberg, spoke on "What it has meant to me to be a Brownie leader"; Lola Kowalke gave a talk on /'What it means to me to be an intermediate leader." Mrs. John Schutlur. leaders' counsellor, conducted the investiture and preesnted pins to the following lenders and assistants: Mrs. Lloyd Rouze and Mrs. Jack Fraser, ivfiraw'nie troop No. 1; Mrs. LoWell>Smith troop 2 (Mrs. Richard ', assistant, absent due to illness); ,Mrs. Harry Greenberg and Mrs. ' Russell Pickett, troop 3..: ... : .. Mrs. .Earl Sprague and Lola Kowalke,. intermediate troop 4; Mrs. Jajnes Mevryman, Mrs. Robert Dewst,,an4 Mrs. Wilbur Wach- cnbach I 5. Mrs. Don. Hemmingsen, Mrs. Arlis Nurr'e and Patricia Pollard, senior troop 6. Conc^4JJ>ti,...the service, troon leaders! presented their chair'man and th<§ mothers committee who <*nve a jshort i-e^um'e of. the work they hdd accoWlpllshed.' Mrs. jSchutter counsellor, and Beth Annis, t\yho gave, valuable assistance aad.^suggestions for or- gani/infi Scouting this fall, were each presented flo>vers. Guests were Mrs. John Foth •••)d Mr^. Stanley Muckey from the Legion < Atixiliary, sponsoring group for "t)ie Girl Scouts; Mrs. ...o.t-.u.-L- v^anuerwilt of the Kossuth hospital,;" a. former Scout leader and counsellor at Rock Rapids; troop mothers, leaders, community committee, prospective le-adeps-suid several who had assisted in various extra activities. A social hgur. and lunch concluded the meeting. Mrs. Lewis Reding and Mrs. Harry Ward poured. ST. JOE Jfake Garmanfi of Minneapolis, returned to his home last Sunday after a week spent at the home of his daughter the Will Redings. Stella Mae Reding returned to her home after. 5 months spent at the home of Mrs. Annie Thilges. Mary Joyce Capeshis assisted with the household duties at the Thilges home last w.eek. The infant' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William McGuire was bap- tised Victoria Ann on Sunday by Rev. Geo., Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. M. T. McGuire and Leonard Youngwirth. Mrs. William McGuire and daughter spent last week at the home of her parents the Edward Youngwirths at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg, Mrs. John Thul and Peter kayser returned home Sunday evening from Dubuquc where they had spent the weekend. On Friday they attended funeral services at Port Washington, Wis., for John Kayser, a cousin. Mr. and Mrs. William Reding, Stella Mae and Marcel and Mrs. Vernon Kramer attended the wedding of Elln Gaiser of Blue Earth, Minn., and Robert Kehr of Bardstown, Ky., on Saturday, April 3rd at 9 o'clock at St. Peter and Paul church at Blue Earth, Minn. Reception* was held at the Wellington Hotel in Blue Earth, Ms. and Mrs. Peter Mueller, Mrs.' Norbert Friders actjomparii- ed Henry-Mueller of Whtttembre for a visit with Ruth Arm Mueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller at Rochester, Minn., last Tuesday who is receiving medical aid there. Mrs. Lawrence Gisch of Algona, is spending sometime here at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas. . The infant son of Mr. and Mrs, Wilfred. Kohlhaas was baptised Ronald Kasper Sunday by Rev.' George Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. Lawrence Gisch and Kasper Kohlhaas. Mr. and Mrs. Val Fuhrmann, Louis and Elsie left Wednesday for Custelon, N. D., for a visit at the Henry Faber home before returning to -their home at Nether Hill, Sask,-Can. They have spent the past 5 months here in the States. Mrs. Peter Mueller, Mrs. Norbert Friders, Mrs. Ray Ziemet and daughter, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and daughters, Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and daughter and Mrs. Milford Plathe and daughter attended a pre-nuptial- shower at St. Cecelias academy in Algona on Sunday for Eileen ThuU Miss Thul daughter of Mr. Buys Okoboji Boat Livery Norman Crawiord, creamery employe'here! for 22 years, has resigned und will move to West Okoboji 'in six weeks. Mr. Crawford and a brother-in- law, Lee Johnson, of Spencer bought Pat's boat, livery at the north end of West Okoooji and possession has been given. For the past month Mr. Crawford has spent most of his- time there getting things 'ready for opening. The laydut has three cottages, a lunch room and-12 boats. Plans are to add to. the. equipment and build new cottages as materials are available. Six new boats have already been added to the string. Plans aVe "being'drawn now for u residence for the Crawfords. They expect to make their permanent home, on the lake. Last Tuesday a deal was completed for'the sale of the Craw- lord brick home on No. Minnesota street -Jiiere to Nick Kinsch, farmer fquK miles >e"ast of Algona. Possession'Will be given June 1. Mr. Kinsch will not move to Algona at present, and he has rented the house to Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson. When the Crawfords move from Algona, the daughters Joan and Gloria employed at the telephone office will remain here. Phyllis, who was in an automobile accident recently, is to be married as soor,;jis she has fully recovered from her injuries, and Nancy will accompany her parents. : ?;-... A Legion 'Stag' Hagg post is announcing the last 'Stag 1 of the season at the Legion club roomj, tomorrow (Wednesday) night. Supervisor Term Last week it was stated that the supervisor term to be voted upon in the coming election for gin s wni*^reVpi»8iD-' This was begfnsi^^mSH., as does the first- Wlflfe Tph district, however,' tjj»»AMye.^fffi does begin Jaii.' They Say- SPRING is Really Here k^kAfoS!^ i 1 ! ^™8Hw.:«u.!«»«tHf and Mrs. _ will be the ' ,— lei' of Whittemoffe i« church in Algona, Q$ at 8'o'clock. Relatives ftoffl h|ffe j&teed at the Nick BfamSBn Jlmr fft AlgonA on FrMay ts^SftlMft' *teifi 15th !o help him .obSlirWhls f«h birthday. He was pftesefited With a plant. Birthday cake and luttch wefe served. Clarence Bofmftnft and vepe s son were Friday visitors at The family, WhHtemflre, D fowies mm, m. an Blathe a«a tow Sna Mrs. Delt^f Plftthe ^ Sunday dpfts* <«RgsW non PiatHe home ne'aic Td Vetemns Hospital C. tt. Clejnerit went tb the vet* t*rt Wesley Paper Drive • Wesley—The B6y Scouts eon- ducted a_ pap^r.-drj " ' ' ° itM KWI Koiftuih —...— , ... April 12~K<§hnelft •• Geileftfefd, m I'? ' '^'fl&^fWM* •t*Adl*4»T f 1 * ^»,A1^ _ 4'Mi*sv l , Algona, * jn» April, 18^arc.dl''Metzget, San* fj_''...- nfifiii jtihmmH «'i ^fc±-'-^a»faMW»'aai-Ji^ And It's Time to Do All Those * Building Norton's 'has All the Building Materials You Will Need! So Check With Us at Norton's .for Everything , From Lumber to Paint and Fence Posts! Phone 229 F.S. NORTON & SON BUILDING MATERIALS . . . PAINTS . . , FUEIS "The Red Trgjkj Can Serve You Tool" What Da You Have to Sell i . . . ! ' " ' ^k--' if IT "wwf- •'* t t\ *¥• You Want to Buy? • • * V • NT-AD WEEK Coming Next Week-April 26 to May I 1 - • • .., 'ifu ' ^^^^ ' . j ^^- \ ' FOR THE In Recognition .*„*> **"•.) • i't-» Want-Ad THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS Mi/ #ww TWO JFawfelds i\ *1 ( < < 1 H For the Price of One r ) Get Two Regular 50c Wants For The Price of One-Next Week! Up to 12 Words Each Ad-Addition a I Words At Same Reduced Rate There's no catch to rt-the season is here, the time is ripe, things are in demand, prices are good. Look around your home, yoqr, farrrj, your place of business , . . what do you have that some-one else might want to. buy? Then place your ads of what you have next week in oifr special National Want-Ad Week section! You get TWO ads next week fpr the price of one. You get TWO regular 50c ads (a $1.00 value) for the price of one (50c) next week. Additional wprds at the same rejjueed rate. • '•'..- t ' • ,-,'-. , > • There will be MORI READERS, MORE RESULTS during Wont-Ad Week. If you have anything to selj, rent or swap-anything you wont, to buy~' thing thejf has served its pwrpwe with yow Nwt might be ««efu| to 9g else-rgn it in next week's Ajgona Newspaper* Classified Ad seetipnl COM! IN 99 MAIL IN-Peodline for Tuesday Paper if Aljril'Sc,^ I?, M, Po^llne for Thuwday Papor is W«d»i«fd|iy, Aprii48, 5 P, M. '" •/ . Prepgre Your Ad» Now, qnd Mail e> Bring Them in. With HtmHtanct, !• They Are Jnclvded in This Specifll ^oHppal Wonted Wq«k Section! *• •'.'•'•' THE ALGONA N 1 1 1 Ea $ t Call Street - ^ A^OONAJOWA j

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