The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1948 · Page 11
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Hear Rev, Menster In one Rock Community Talk he Rock—-Th'ursday evening rid 300 members of the Lone community and Community had the great pleasure of riing to the most interesting ich and moving pictures, jlfch the Rev. Wm. J. Menster, Iholic priest of Gorwith, gave the high school auditorium, 5Was chaplain on the Byrd ex- Ution to the South Pole, A j| will offering was 'taken to ilp with the expenses. Follow- the program a business m'eet- of the Community club -was . It was decided to-sponsor Community baseball ctub summer. The first game will "ay 9. Lunch was served by fcommittce. I Mothers Meet 'he Band Mothers club will d their next meeting Wednes- J? evening, April 21 at the no of Mrs. Ralph Thompson Jh Mrs. Joe Culbertson assist' hostess. W Kiagma Speaks ;ev. L. Kingma and Alfred -jjultz drove to Esthervillc 'wjFdnesday evening where Rev. K' Igma presented the New Life rriculum for the Sunday school re. He will go to Burt, Ring- Aunstrong, and Lake Park next week. Sunday evening at 7:30, April 25, he will present it to the Lone Rock community at the church. All parents, Sunday school and'church ofifcers, and everyone interested in the community arc urged to ;ulcnd this meeting. Mrs. Marlow Hostess Mrs, Eldon Marlow. entertained the following girls Tuesday after school in honor of heY" daughter Patsy's 12th birthday: Delilah Marlow, Elnora Schadendorf, Mary Ann Fox, Georgia Marlow, Kay Hamlin, Carol Ann Thompson, Mary Johnson, JoElla Culbertson, Norma Bicrle and Miss Patricia Heyer. Mr. and Mrs. John Nyman spent the weekend visiting their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Herzberg at Des Moines. 9 Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight of Whittemore spent Sunday evening visiting the Henry Kueck home. . Mrs. John Altiz, Bud and Loree, Joe Kulhoyey and Iris Stock all of Mason City spent Thursday evening at the Don Houck home. Juliana Cotton, student at' the university of Wisconsin at Madison, arrived at the parental A. L. 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Douglas Jergenson of Algona spent Wednesday and Thursday at the home of his grandparents Mr, and Mrs. Frank P'laig. Mrs. Frank Flaig spent Monday evening visiting Mrs. Fred Willrett and Elsie at Algona while Frank attended a Kossuth county implement dealers dinner and meeting at George's cafe at Algona. Mrs. Guy Mailman of Decorah arriyed Thursday morning to spend until Sunday visiting net; daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merton Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hoppe, Mr. and Mrs. George Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Don Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McCleish, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hutchinson of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schmidt were all guests at a birthday party at the Wilfred Radig home Wednesday evening, in honor of Wilfred's birthday. The evenfng was spent playing MO with Fred Schmidt winning high prize for men, Bob Schmidt winning low, Mrs. Geo. Hanna winning high prixe for women, and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt winning low. Mr. and Mrs. LaVernc Hammerstrom and Eileen spent Wednesday night at the Ray Zwiefel home to help Mrs. Zwiefel celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Nelson spent Tuesday evening at the Maynard Kueck home near Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Meyer, Fenton, spent Thursday t-vcning at the Frank Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath and family spent Monday evening at the Lawrence Rath home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gross of Burt were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the J. W. Hartman home. Mi's. Gerald Angus, Mrs. Harold Angus of Burt, Mrs. Claude Whitehill and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clement of Algona attended the Ladies Be Seated broadcast at Des Moines Monday. Marilyn Simpson of Algona is spending a few clays visiting the E. E. Hanna,home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDonald and Frances Ann of Burt spent Thursday evening' at the E. E. '-lanna home. Swea City Senior Class Play Was Given April 20 Svvc.n .City™ Swea City seniors presented their class play "Torn Sawyer" Tuesday evening, April 20 at the school auditorium, under the direction of high school principal Miss Agness Olson. The cast of characters follows; Elaine Linde, aunt Polly; Betty Ann Hammer, Mary; Laila Craig, Mrs. Serena Harper; Jack Emerson, Tom Sawyer; Marlin Berggren, Joe Harper; John Lundquist, Sidney; Gordon Linde, Jim (negro); Lila Johnson, Becky Thatcher; Donald Mortensen, Huck Finn; Doris Nelson, Susy Harper; Lucille Geerdes, Widow Douglas*, and Keith Montgomery, the sheriff. Music between acts was furnished by Mrs. Deim of the music department and included solos by Johnny Kricson and numbers by the sextette. Miss Haugen and Miss Smith were back stage assistants. D *I 0 f* tf C f* /•* fi? 'U C K EGGS Custom Neaiy Hatchery ^ Burf, Sa. V. F. W. Auxiliary The V. F. W. Auxiliary held installation of officers Monday' night, April 1!) at 8 p. m. in the V. F. W. hall. Mrs. Doretta Plumb, Algona, will be installing officer. Officers to be installed include Mary Ellen Johnson, president; senior vice president, Mrs. Mabel Fagerlund: junior vice president, Carolyn Krumm; Mrs. Naomi Anderson, treasurer; Mrs. LaVonne Merrill, secretary; conductress, Mrs. Viola Berg; chaplain, Mrs. Dema Berg; patriotic instructor, Mrs. Violet Harne'r: guard, Mrs. Burdell Looft; historian, Mrs. Rose Anderson; banner bearers, Mrs. Lena Pefferman; color bearers, Louise Appelquist. Mildred Johnson, Doris Drew, Ruth Berg; musician, Mrs. Grace Roalson; trustees, Mesdames Lucy Hewett, Marie Ewing., and Iva Men-ill. Vels Install Officers The V. F. W. Harry Montgomery Post, installed officers Monday night, April 11 with past post commander Harm Drew officiating, as installing officer. The now officers are as follows: Commander, Elmer Berg; •ienior vice commander, Gayl Johnson; junior vice commander, Marvin 'Sanders; -quartermaster, Elmer Berg; chaplain, Harvey Larson; surgeon, Junior JMather; judge advocate, Bob Leland: A.xcl Erickson, Virgil Moore and Charles Thoen, trustees. Appointed officers include Charles Thoen, adjutant; Robert Blomster, officer of the day; Clarence Bruns, guard; Harm Drew, athletic director; Me] Krumm and Morris Quam, coldf' bearers; Warren Brones and* 'JS?r5» •drew Brones, color guards;Ekner Swanson and Harold Appelquist, post historian; Vern Angerson, SRI. major; Oliver Lindgren, legislative officer; Rudolph Lundquist. bugler; Marvin Sanders, putriolif instructor; Harold Op- sohl, quartermaster sgt.; and Gay] Johnson, post publicity chairman. The entire school faculty and the senior class were guests Thursday evening of the Estherville junior college, where they witnessed a play "Arsenic and Old I.nco" stayed by the students. A baseball rules committee was held Wednesday evening at the school house with 35 or 40 in attendance. Those present included superintendents, coaches and umpires. About 15 schools were represented. A very fine band concert by the Armstrong and Swea City bands, both under tne direction of Raymond Minkler, was presented at the Swea City auditorium Tuesday evening, April 12. Homer P. Robinson and Deb Hewitt, both of Ogallala, Neb., were over night guests of the Gayl Johnsons Thursday. Mr. Robinson is a brother of Mrs. Johnson. He was on a buying trip for his plumbing and heating business in Ogallala. The brother and sister had not seen each other for a number of months. Mrs. Newton Murphy, Spencer, president of the district P. T. A., spoke on Ihe subject "Youth and the Community", at the P. T. A. .nu-eting Monday night. Walter Dennis, Algona, director of the cub scouts, was also present and presented the charter to the chapter here. 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The Rev. A, M. Youngquist is cub master. Bernard Finn, who is employed in Des Moines, suffered a heart attack a week ago Satur- Tuescltty, April 20, 1948 Algorta Upper Dei Mfl!nei-& day and is in the Methodist hospital there where he will remain for about another week before being brought to his home at Gerled. His wife was with him at the time he became ill. The trouble is diagnosed as a broken vein caused by a spell of hard coughing. It will be necessary for Bernard to be idle for several weeks, while nature repairs the damage. / Coke KML- 4skjor it either way ., , both , , tr0jde~m$rk$ yiedn the ww'tJtjtii BOTTUO UND5|i AUTHp?ITY pf IHS CQU-f9(.A '?0Mf4^ |V SPRING BOHllNQ CO, HUMBOLDT, IOWA ' ' '! i , We are buying wool for the Commodity Credit Corporation strictly on commission basis—you get all your wool is worth. PHONE 118 Glen Curtis received a tei& granl Friday stating that hid do, 80, a brother to the Jate Curtis, had died that morning if Edgewood. S. D., at the home .of; his son. The Curtises planned tfi be attend llhe funeral which WaS to be held in Omaha. ' \ repatr v 'em today i L, C, NICHOLS Fine Shoe Repairing WE HAVE TH TO KEEP CARS AND TRUCKS ROLLING THESE DAYS 'Know How" No. 1 Making sure the men we hire to take care of your cars and trucks are the best in the business! ii .4 'Know How" No. 2 Making sure our mechanics keep up to date with factory-spon^red training. 'Know How" No. 3 Anticipating your requirements so we have the parts you want when you need them. ii Being sure that you are courteously and promptly taken care of when you come to our garage. Know How" No. 5 Doing our service and repair work so well and so promptly that you xvill always come back. 'Know How" No. 6 Treating you the way we would like to be treated if we were in your place. >SP= BBBEHBT:: Hi !?»fW ***•, We Want to Deserve Your Business Permanently, -im •,<;. \A. c-:.^ »T '.< • i^VTiy

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