The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1948 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 20, 1948
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Tuesday, April 20, 1948 FISHING TACKLE! 'The Mo&t Complete Stock in Town At Your Marshall See This Tackle Now. Fishermen! Here's Every Thing You Want Mrs. E. Vofteler New Head Fenton Woman's Club Fenton—The Fenton Women's club met Tuesday with Mrs. Alfred Meyers. Mrs. H. C. Lindsey was co-hostess. There were 15 members present. During the business meeting a $5 donation was given to the cancer fund. Election of officers was held at this meeting. Mrs. Ernest Votteler was named president; Mrs. Arlo Ranney, vice president; Mrs. V. J. Tatum, secretory; Mrs. Paul Eigler, treasurer, and Mrs. Will Weisbrod, historian. 3<n,/ctlon Idealists Plan Picnic The regular meeting of the Independence Idealistists was held recently in the home of Marian Nelson. Eleven membrs answerd roll call with "Grooming Habits Every Girl Should Know." The leaders, Mrs. Dallem and Mrs. B. G. Berkland', and three guests were present. Betty Cody gave a talk on "The Correct Way to Brush Hair". Mrs. Berkland gave home suggestions for making a sewing box and showed the birls how to make covers for their memory record books. The girls brought clothes which will be sent fo needy folks in Europe. Plans were made for a hike, and picnic at Ft. Defiance state park in May. Refreshments were served. Seneca Ladies Aid The Seneca ladies aid met on Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Keftftetfi ttalvettoft, tieth Thompson aftd . Mjss Tilda johattne&ett* tave the lesson. Mi'S, Cuttfci disoh gave a reading on ChHsti&ft. education. Quests of the aid Vttfe Mes- darries Harold Frost, Whjttefttore, George Charleston and OSBar El- -tlngson, Joyce, Iowa, Abel H'auge, Leland, Carl Matheson, ' - Artn- strong, Fred Brown» R. Helmets, and Catherine Mortertsen of Penton. Independent Mixers The Independent Mixei»s club met Thursday afternoon in' the home of Mrs. Amcf Cod£ \vith 13 present. At this meeting the club made out the program f6r the year. Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, international relations chairman for the club, explained the Marshall plan and then led in discussion on the topic. The club held a seed and bulb exchange at this meeting. The hostess served a lovely lunch. Teachers Rehired At the meeting of the school board held Tuesday evening. several of the. teachers for the coming school yar, 48-49, were hired. Those who have thus far been hired are Supt. V. J. Tatum, principal Lorcn Barker, coach For- rr-st Hanifan. Mrs. Halverson. Mrs: Long and Mrs. Newel. friendly Neighbor Club Mrs. Joe McGovern and Mrs. Clifford Mueller were' hostesses to the Friendly Neighbor .club on Thursday, April 15 at the Walter Weisbrod home. Twelve members and three guests were present. After a shor.t business meeting Mrs. Elsie Dreyer conducted a scrambled insect game. - Mrs Walter Weisbrod winning the prize. The club held their annual perennial exchange. April birthdays were Verona McGovern and Tuesday, April 20, 1948 COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. 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' , • Guests at the meeting • were Mrs. Arnold Hainjsitiger, Mrs. 'Will Milled Jr.. Mrs. Wilt Miller .nd Mrs. Ed Priebe. fa Present Prdgram •, The Fenton Pbnw.ards and: the jonc" Rock 4-H boys and girls vill present the • programi at the ?arm Bureau meeting which will be held in the school house ^here Mrs. Virginia Eigler teaches, on Tuesday evening. The pub" ic is invited to attend. The clubs will serv.e..lunch at the close of the evening. "MM, e 8e«6fta--mgH, MpS. V. J,' A|hed Qoetsch '•6, %lstfe Nelson, ol the, BJa>jer Luthefan. ohur.oh a,ftd. Rev, \r. GjlbfrtsbrT, and, Walter .Weltein ot St. John's Lutheran church at Depew Attended a meeting of the board of trustees ftf the Es.thefvllle oii-eult bible oamp' association which -was field TjUesday afternoon at Wall 1 *Higford. ^lans ace being niade to build, a new bible camp In the near future t t ' The, Hook and Eye sewing club met Tuesday in the hoftie of Mrs. Frank Behrie. Miss Edria Hantdl- maft wals guest. Mr. -andi Mrs. Harold' Berkland and son Joel- were Sunday guests in the Herman Gade home. Mrs. Ed Priebe and her" house guest, Mrs. Lorel Carlson of Easton, Minn., spent Tuesday irt Fort Dodge. Mrs. Lorel GaflsOn'rff Easton, Minn., has 'been ^/'visitor from Sunday through ^Wednesday in the Ed Priebe hbme. Other Suh- last TPri» hjspithl at , Mrs/OIson f lived at Fetitoli and i.s §iStef' Of; Mrs, Cfortif! ,01soft 6 ffenton. • Word has been received that .Everett Anvick, critically injured in a ear4rain collisiori five weeks ago, is steadily Improving in a Rochester hospital. However, Everett will still be In the hospital for some time, The Depew Fellowship, Circle met in- thi^home of Mrs, Milfr.ed Mitchell on Wednesda^ afternoon. During/the program Mrs. Melvin Berkland gave a reading. Several Hymhs were sung by the group. H ' — Licenses Renewed The beer and cigaret licenses of Roy "A. Hansen, Sexton, have been renewed by the board of supervisors. FINE HOME FOR SALE N.e,w Gape. 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Made in Cl«$r Ota Satin Finish end Dull Finish^ ASK ABOUT OUR CQNVENIfNT PAY '' PLANS BUILDING SUPPLY CO, Phont 275 Algona, Iowa / • At Cost THIS SPACE FOR BARGAINS EACHWfeEK LIMITED QUANTITIES WANTED MERCHANDISE AT TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS Regular Price $ 1.4i $13 I iJr 14.95 95 -UV 29.95 2195 79.50 249 oo ITEM 0 L T S Sizes All Types COOKER COMPLETE SET Sedan Seat Cavers ELECTRIC LIVE 37 PC. WRENCH SET 59 PC. WRENCH SET 14 H. P, ELECTRIC ORS Heavy Duty ZUnitsComplete Sale Price in, Asst. 8.95 $. 7.95 17.50 $ 19.95 17.50 $ $ 18.95 50 THIS ONLY Far Any Make gr Modfl of Used OM A -NEWJENHH1948 WAWfR

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