The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1948 · Page 13
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If" ley Family [esTo ina Home - The Fred Diekman bved last week to their f lilt residence oh North ion street in Algona. d Mrs. Diekman were 'csidenls for 33 years. their home to Mr. and Walker who will move ir living quarters in the .heir grocery store. >f Lions jions club held a regular 'Wednesday evening and^ ted members of the town jyhn are not members of ). They were Norbert town marshal, and Ur- iroth and Ray Kollasch. lies aid served the 6:30 ijind the club observed birthay. ' 6f »Mr MS faeh rihn Shcpard, the former 'ert, substituted as! in the Doan school for Icks the fore part of the month.- Her two youngsters were cared for by their ; 'grandparents, the Lawrence Wingerts. ' Mr. Shepard, who re-6nlisted in the ai v rhy, 16 nd\y ; at Rapid City, B. D., and'' the family will join him as soon as living quarters cart be fdUhd. Taking Tfeaimehis Barney Meuhe and Ruth and George Hlldman Went to Mudbaden, Minn., Tuesday of last week, Ruth returned on Wednes* day but the men remained, for treatment. .,;*$ Installs Furnace V ; '?'";'' •L. T. Root has installed* in oil furnace in the basement $f the post office, which will be a" much appreciated addition to •*' conditions in' the' building. Rotit' purchased the Kunz building,'which houses his hardware store, Walk? er's grocery and the. post office, several years ago. i '' .' "' •—_____ ' '"' J; Tom Forburgers Move Mr. and Mrs; Tom Forburger and family moved into their new house in the south part of .town the latter part of last week. 8 Days In Hospital Mrs. Hans Engen recently spent 8 days in a hospitaK'at Forest City • for medical treatment. She is now recuperating at the home of her daughter Mrs.-.Clar*- ence Donovan near Britt. . i.., . Our aim is to give you 2-hour removal on dead stock, large or small . U '-: ;' /'•:. •- • . • • "* STOCK hone Algona No. 7 Collect or 'P|iul Ernst D. X. Station, Livermore_-_ ^_i____25-J4, 'f <* Schumacher D. X. Station, Whittehiore___l2331 or 150CT • £ Fenton' . -500 ^Lone Rock , __. ;50Q. ; tSweci City ^•__5oo1 \ | Leclyard _ __.I500 ? ^•Bancroft ---- -4441 f'Wesley -ISbp YjlJjVerne . .____ --4231 • |St. Benedict _______„_ _50Q Let us remove that dead stock NOW. ,,>% :. ;=f:.^ I to FASTER / I'll show you how to farm faster . ... and better, too ... if you'll let me demonstrate a new Ford Tractor right on your farm. Ill prove that, with a,Ford Tractor, you can keep gaining on your work instead of getting behind. You have no idea how much time you save with-Hydraulic Touqh Control of implements, new, faster 4-speed transmission and 9 lot of other advantages this new Ford Tractor has,. And, my service is the best, So now about telling me to bring out a Tractor and put on a dem- i : : '-•;• '••• ; 1L_ v.-'.rv J. .-I." _-v>*VH. There's no obligation, ore mger Im BQ8 Q* m Fb9B» Mas Physical Check Ed Loebig and Alvin wont to Mason City Friday where the former had a physical check-lip. Ed Downs and JOG Miller attended a feed meeting at Storm Lake Wednesday. Mrs. Lester Blain entertained at a Stanley products dinner on Wednesday, April 14. Mrs. Albert Licktcig and Mrs. Lawrence Smith were hostesses at the regular meeting of the Catholic missionary society Tuesday afternoon last week. Mrs. Mark Studer and Mrs. Louis Cink will serve at the meeting on April 28th. Sunday, April 4, guests at the Hay Carlson home were her p'a- rents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Titus and William, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Johnson and Roland. It was Mrs. Carlson's birthday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne visited at the Haakenson home at Leland Sunday of last week. Rosalie Alne, who operates a beauty shop at Tilonka, attended a national convention at Des Moines several days last week. The C. D. of A's. held a regu- }ar meeting on Tuesday evening of last week. A state C. D. A. convention will be held at Muscatine On May 1 and 2. Following the business meeting bridge and 500 was played. Mrs. Victor Loebig and Mrs. Ed Downs won high and low score prizes in bridge and Mrs. "Will Hauptly and Mrs. Joe Goetz ip 500. Mrs. Lillic Loebig had a birth- dav Friday. Mrs. Mary Bradfield spent several days last week at Rolfe where she visited her daughter and family Mr. ana Mrs. A. E. Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig, Mrs. Elmer Daughn and Mrs. Anna Loebip attended the fu'ner- al of Mrs. Fred Dole at Eldora Wednesday morning. Mrs. Dole was Tillie Lcjebig. sister of Ed Loebig and of the late John, Charles and Eugene Loebig. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rockwood and Billy returned recently from a three weeks visit at points in southern states. Mrs. Lawrence Wingert visited relatives at Dubuque recently. Mrs. Clarence Ackerson accom- oanied relatives to Iowa City Tuesday to see her brother Nick Nemmers .of Bancroft, who is a patient at the university hospital there. Mrs. Irene Studer is at the home of her brother George Kelch Jr. at Kanawha. Mrs. AND YOU'LL . \\\, Century Distributing €9, !^W)l(SJ*W^ Kelch is r'ectipcrntin'K from a serious illness. • Mr. ^ahd Mrs. Frank Smith of Otho Were ' guests at. the Lawr^ etice Smith home Sunday, April 4th, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson were guests at the Andrew Oppedal home at GoKflield on Sunday of last week. f. tistsFrom i* i f Eagle To '•;•:/. I , • Swea-Eagle •— The women's spring missionary rally of the Iowa' Northern Baptist' churches was fyeld Thursday, April 15, With forenoon and afternoon sessions at the Goldfield Baptist church. Attending from here were Mesdames Ervin Link, Emil Larson, Jennie McCrary, Hilma Ericksonv John Erickson, Selme'r Uhr Peter Peters, Geo. Butterfield Jr. The meeting had the large- 1 ; attendance for many yeair '"il'i 105 women registered. The 1949 rally will be held at Estherville. fteiurn From Wedding Trip .Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jenson are expected home during the week. They went to Inglcwoocl, Calif., last November to spend the winter. They are returning here by car with Mrs. Jensen's nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Eckholrn of Willmar, Minn. The Eckholm's were married April 3 at Willmar and left on honeymoon trip' to visit Willis' parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Eckholm, Inglewood, Calif. The Virgil and Maynard Jensen's cousins of the groom attended the wedding at Willmar. To Help Hollanders The Harrison-Swea homernak- ers study club meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Loretta Morton. The group took the name of. a Holland family, REMEMBER There is only;l#ii<&,: GREEN COLONIAL Super OIL BURNER Replace worn out or inef- (\cient oil burners .and save fuel! Colonial's top quality, plus care in planning installations assures com-fort, economy and convenience. LAING & MUCKEY Phone 464 North Dodge GREER coLonmt fURnflCE SERVICE and will collect food and other articles ;md send them a package; The Holland lady ( reads and writes English and everyone is looking forward to corresponding with them. Twenty-five ladies were present at the 'meeting. Mrs. Ervin Link was in AlgonS Tuesday to answer the call of jurors for April term of court. Mrs. Albert Johnson, Mrs. Roy Kluger and Mrs. Dale Reed were Monday visitors at Mason City. lakotans in Car Crash Lakola — Mrs. Alfred Christ was driving their new car in Blue Earth, Minn., last week Wednesday when a car from a side street and her car collided at an intersection. The impact threw her car across the street into a tree and car was badly damaged. Mrs. Christ was not badly hurt nor was her husband's mother Mrs. Ernest Christ, but her mother Mrs. Signo Nelson suffered a broken collar bone and , AjWI 26, Afgona Upper Des Me!hi.-*8 she remained in Blue ISarth with her daughter and farttily,' the Virgil Wells. » Prairie Pal 4-H Club In Meeting Wesley—The Prairie Pals 4-H clUb met at the home of Carol Elbert Saturday,, April 10. 19 members answered roll call on "One Dish I Like" with a Milk Base". They decided to giV6 'dhe dollar to the Red Cross. ' Pl&iS for a party for the 4-H club Bays was discussed. Carol gave a F-N demonstration On "M&kihg 't|se of Traps". Darlene Lickteig gftVe a talk on "Food Habits We Should Avoid." Eunice Stu'der gave a talk on "Table Mariners". The group enjoyed sinking a few songs. Mary Kay Smith was Bs- sistant hostess. Eunice Mafic Studer, reporter. Get all the fun your pleasure car was built for! 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