The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1948 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 27, 1948
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na Upp*c Oe* Mdinii Tuesday, April 2?, I94t Juniors-Seniors Of Lone Rock Banquet Here Lone ftock—The Junior-Senior banquet was held at George's Cafe in Itfona, Wednesday oven- ittg, April 21. The theme of the banquet was a Mexican Fiesta. With a Mexican menu. Joan Iflaig was loastmnster for the firogram with Helen Sprank opening it with a welcome. Responses were Given bv Sanfard Mitchell, Virtnr Dreyer, Jioan Flaig. Roger Long, and Joan Zwiefel. Donald Meyer Was next on the program with Our Neighbors, followed by Pas- ado-Manana by Sui|t. C. R.' Johnson. Everyone joined in on Manana. The guest seniors are: $elen Schmidt, Delbert Blanchard, Lerov Decker. Kenneth Thomson, Kenneth Flaig, Kenneth Fischer, San ford Mitchell, and Alice Schmidt. Their class motto is "Patience is the Key to Success". Red and white are the class colors and the American Beauty rose as the class flower. Supt C. R. Johnson is class sponsor. The banquet was given by the following juniors: Helen Sprank, Betty Person. Phyllis Mitchell. Roger Long. Joan Zwiefel, Joan Flaig, Schmidt, Gene Blanchard, Victor Dreyer. and Donald Meyer. The faculty and honored guests of the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroedcr, Supt. and Mrs. C. R. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grosland, Mrs. Russell Dickinson, Mr. Sanford Reed. Miss Patricia Hoyer. Miss Janet Schneider, Miss Helen Jensen. Miss Lucille Harmon. At Fenipn Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Otto La'abs of Fairmont, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs R. G. Borchardt. of East Chain. Minn., were Wednesday dinner guests at the Emil Kraft home, after which: they all attended the funeral of a cousin. Paul Nemitz, at Fenton. Lone Rock Rockets The Lone Rook Lively Rockets 4-H girls' club met at the home of Marlene Anderson, Monday evening. April 19, with 18 members and twrt visitors. Mrs. Albert Shaser and Margaret Fox. present. Mrs. Ralph Thompson demonstrated 'making a foundation cake and Mrs. Person demonstrated making a pie shell. At this meeting they planned their program for the Fenton Farm Bureau meeting. Joan Schadendorf is to sint! a sony and Kathryn Willrett is to tell what they have been doing during this year in 4-H. Lunch was served by the hostess and they also had the cake made at the meeting. ental John Nyman home. Mrs. Charlie Hanson of Bancroft spent Wednesday at the John Nyman home, Tommy Shillington of Bancroft spent Thursday at the B. L. O'Donnell home. Fred Thomsen of Grand Forks, N. Dak., came Thursday to visit his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen. They all attended the funeral of Bernice Ukena at Lakota Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard left Tuesday for a visit in De's Moincs with their daughter, Mrs. Albert Thompson and family and their son, Howard Blanchard and family. Mrs. Thompson and son Mervyn came Monday evening after them. Mrs. Henry Schrooder and-Mrs. Andrew Thomsen spent Tuesday afternoon visiting Mrs. Gena Thomson at Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch of Fenton and family spent Thursday evening at the Joe Lynch home. Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Carol Ann and LaVonne and her mother. Mrs. Richard Long of Bancroft spent Saturday and Sunday visiting Mrs. Anna Newbrough at Humboldt. Superintendent and Mrs. Wetzlcr and John of Seneca were Tuesday supper guests at the John Behrends home. Mrs. Richard Behrends and Ronnie spent a few days visiting the parental John Hatteburg home at Havelock. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich spent last weekend at the home of their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Hanson at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath and family spent Thursday evening at the Lawrence Rath home. The Burt Farm Bureau met Wednesday night at the Lawrence Dittmer home, -with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hartwell and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryerson as assistant hostesses. Arden Orton of Algona gave a talk on fruit trees in Northern Iowa, with Otto Harlan giving a talk on pigs. Owen Hurt of the Farm Bureau office in Algona was also at the meeting. Lunch was served to around 30. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson, spent Thursday at Winnebago, Minn., visiting his brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, John, who has been sick, and also a, cousin, Mr. and Mrs. John Me- Call, there. The Lone Rock Boys and Girls' Calf club met Thursday evening at the Lone Rock school. Donald Meyer and Kenneth Thomsen were picked as delegates to the 4-H camp at Clear Lake this shimmer. Jack Quinn gave a talk on the improving of their topics for the meetings. A discussion was held about the weighing of their calves, and the parade that is to be held Saturday, May 1, in Lone Rock. Delbert Blanchard gave a talk on How to Prevent Fires, with Rita Hurlburt giving a talk on Know Your Feeds. Lunch was served by the hostesses: Mrs. Jim Doocy, Mrs. Edvv. Blanchard and Mrs. J. F. Quinn. Guy Richards spent last weekend at the parental M. O. Richards home. Mr. and Mrs. Richards attended the funeral of an uncle H. E. Miner at Algona Wednesday. • Mrs. H. A. Holmgren spent Tuesday visiting her aunt, Mrs. Francis Howell at Rutland. Mrs. Myrna Simpson and Marilyn of Algona, Mrs. John Jennings of Sexton spent Monday afternoon helping Mrs. E. E. Hanna celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hanna spent Thursday at Fort Dodge, where they visited an aunt, the late Mrs. Tillio Hanna's sistor, Mrs. John Jensen at- the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Lakota Fire Dept. Called Lakota—The Lakota fire truck was called to the Bob Addy farm home southeast of town last week Wednesday afternoon to help extinguish a fire which damaged a machine shed. The fire was quickly put out. It was caused by burning leaves igniting shingles on the roof of the building. Good Neighbors Wednesday afternoon 11 men, with 11 tractors plowed and dragged for Wallace McArihur, who has been down with the mumps since last Friday. They were Joe Vollmar, Ed Kollasch, Pete Marlow, Bob Angus, Gerald Angus, Ray Merron,, Albert Shaser, Walter Thompson, Dave Weber, Dave Lynch, and Odey Cherland. This act of kindness was certainly appreciated, and Mr. and Mrs. McArthur wish to express their thanks to everyone. Mrs. Joe Vollmar helped Mrs. McArthur serve lunch to the men. For Re-Election ron L. Johnson Ticket Band Mothers Meet The Lone Rock Band Mothers met Wednesday evenins at the home of'*Mrs. Ralph Thompson with Mrs. Joe Culbertson as assisting hostess. Discussion was held of the band's trip to Mason City in June to attend the festivities there and march in the pyrade. The next meeting will be held Wednesday evening, May 19, at the home" of Mrs. A. A. Krueger, with Mrs. M. O. Richards and Mrs. Eldon Marlow as hostesses. Mrs. Joe Miller attended the shower in honor of Miss Evelyn Becker at the Presbyterian church at Burt, Thursday after- noop. She will be married Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Herzborg of Des Moines came Saturday to spend the weekend at the par- For His Health Protection 'GREEN V COLONIAL' TROUBLE FREE STOKER Colonial's carefully planned installations plus Colonial's, top quality assures maxirrmqi Comfort . . . Economy and Convenience. LAING & MUCKEY Phon* 464 North Dodge GREET! COLOnittl fURfifiCE SERVICE N THE WAY The new state law classes tractors as motor vehicles. To comply with the law, you need Tractor Liability Insurance. We sincerely believe that you can't beat our coverage or rate anywhere. Here are some of the things we offer you— Broad form Farm Liability Coverage. Cover all tractors you have and any additional that you buy or borrow, without additional cost. Covers entire household. Covers livestock on the highway. Pays for livestock killed on the highway. (We have paid a number of these claims and will be glad to tell yog about them.) Pays medical bills for outsiders hurt on premises. Blankets entire farm operation, and you only have to pay once a year for the coverage. There are numerous other coverages and we will fee glad to go over these with you- Either stop in or give us a cajl. Im * Wl Over S. & t. Store Phone There are a lot of advantages in carrying your car in- ^ surance through this office- Plow 100 Acres On Mino Farm As Neighborly Act Swea & fiagle—Thirty men with plow and tractors gathered at the Leonard Mino farm in Grant township last Tuesday and plowed some hundred ncffes. Several women folks came along with pies, cakes and foodstuff and prepared dinner for the men. Mr. Mina's wife .passed away n few weeks ago and this neighborly act was to help him get caught up with spring work. Attend Senior Play Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel, Mr, and Mrs. Gaylord Johnson, Mrs. Emil Franks, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vnudl and Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hanifan and their daughter Barbara, all relatives of the Truman Johnsons, were here Tuesday evening to attend the Senior class play at Swea City school. Lila Johnson played "Betty Thatcher". Rural School Treats Mrs. John E. Anderson, teacher at Rural School No. 2, Swea township, had treats for pupils and some guests Thursday afternoon, April 15. In honor of Dennis Dolaris' sixth birthday. The guests were Mrs. V. E. Hahn of Ringsted (Dennis' grandmother), Mrs. James Dolan, Mrs. John Carlson, Mrs. Don Auestad and children." Church-Groups Meet Several groups of church wom- on met during the week. Mrs. Arthur Anderson entertained at her home Tuesday afternoon the ladies of Lutheran church in her division. , Wednesday afternoon two cir-i cles of Methodist church meet at the homes of Mrs. Harold Jones •> , < "*. ftntT Mrs. Trutoss Mte»ft» « Mrs, Ervift Link) newly.elect* •ed president of Baplst Ladles* '(Guild, entertained the new offi* •cets and program committee on. [Tuesday afternoon. The ladies Imade plans for the coming year's Hvork. ffobl. Bexell Mdvea ' Robert B6xetl, who moved from his Swea farm to town last March, is ill and confined to bed, His daughter Mrs. Paul Olson of ;Lansing, 111*, came to help Mrs. Bexell care for him, ^ At Buddies' Weddlflg Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Jongberg 'attended the wedding and breakfast following of Alice Josephine McKay to Joseph Yoch, Mallards at the Sacred Heart church Wednesday, April 21. Jongberg and Yock were army buddies in the European war theater. Married April 2 Sgt. Elston F. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Johnson, Fairmont, formerly of Eagle township, and Lulu Mae Conner were married April 2 at Keesler air base. Mo., the Capt. Roy L. Yuncl, chaplain, officiating. The couple will live at Biloxl, Mo. Go to "Skip Day 1 '— The Grant township high school seniors were absent from school classes Tuesday and attended a "skip day" program at Storm Lake. Some 100 schools attended the clay's entertainment. "Shower for Mrs. Geerdes Mrs. Don Geerdes, the former Helen Sanders, was honored at a miscellaneous shower held on Wednesday evening at the Baptist Guild hall. A May pole with pastel color 'streamers decorated the gift ta- jble. A program -was as follows: ilnstrumental trio by Marilyn Bone, Janice Preston, and Shir- •^- "With health, everything is a source of pleasure; without it, nothing else,, whatevei it may be, is enjoyable. It follows that the greatest of follies is to sacrifice health for any other kind of happiness, whatever it may be —for gain, advancement, learning, for fame, let alone, then, for* fleeting sensual pleasures," advised Arthur Schopenhauer. As pharmacists, we are constantly^ alert^to measures Important to public health. In our prescription department we have assembled the important drugs from all over the world. These medicinal supplies represent the community's arsenal against disease. Bring your prescriptions to us for expert compounding. vi ' " 7>>r " ^" '*•" '•'• ''*' ' - 1 *' ' J -'''i^ltfiiiiSk. Vi,"' Aits, Leslie' Aflcf<»§P sdni a solo and Mrs. Peter Peters gave ah object lesson, GfthlfeS were elayed/ and lunch was served. Mrs. Geerdes then opened her many useful gifts. Shower hostesses we're Mesdarnes Bernard, Peterson, Virgil Jenson, Maynatd Jenson. Dale Reed, Orvall Miller, Roy Kluger, Albert Johnson, Frank Looft, Francis Tdrine, J^n- nie McCrary, Sam Link, Leslie Anderson, Lowell Larson, George Butterfield Jr. and Alfred Anderson. Mr, and Mrs. John Pearson and their son Neville of Wheaton, Minn., have been visitors at the home of his brothers Charlie, Victor, Andrew and George and sisters Edrta and Mrs. Ed Fosgren. All of the above named attended the wedding of their niece, Jean Rinderknecht, to Victor Westingdorf at Fairmont, Minn., Sunday evening, April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kelly Were Thursday evening guests at t% " ,t iJ'effet^on fkesda^'te heTe caw :£ot hgf father, Wft% fft ill. Mfs, 01*. son came hilte fne Devious Ftl- day to visrij/hif ^8fts Oleft m& Thbmas Olsotti , Has Camments On Land ' M. J. Wolfe, of Saner&ft had business in Al^ona. one day last week. Mr, woljte, a 'veteran real estate ,dealer commented on the price of Iowa land, particularly Kossuth bounty. He- Said it is almost Impossible here to find farms to bfjy. Tuesday s news releases Said farm land had tfeach- ad the peak price Of 1920. Mr. Wolfe said at'that time much of Ihe land bought 'at high prices carried a big -loan, Which buyers found, impossible to liquidate in the deflation days that followed. Farmers buying land now tfre able to make substantial down) ^ mm south jftaVelgd Mad, .. ^ .plans to make the farm manent hofrte. , is per- WANT DUCK Custom Hatched Nealy Hatchery iurt> la, Now There's More of Available for Your Enjoyment With Pleasure, Wisconsin's famous Kingsbury Breweries announce the appointment of the'M. C. Humphrey Distributing Co. as exclusive distributor of Kingsbury Beer in the Algona area. Try a bottle of Kingsbury soon, or better still, order, a case for your home. Your very first taste will tell you why _KINGSBURY Beer is -known from coast to coast as Wisconsin's finest ..... it's the Aristocrat of Beer. ARISTOCRAT OF w Available in. 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