The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1948 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 27, 1948
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feveri Wew Members J&ln Leghn Auxiliary . —• The American Le (glorl Auxiliary, met at the ° , ""iMiHijMiiiuu OL me uegiuu me uooa wiu CIUDmet inurs- hal Monday evening, .April 19, day aftfefnooH, April 16, Ht me liHtn 93 V\tttt£nt<il UJMMA Jb -tf A*iii X*1- U 1 « . i_-^ L ,i. -1 23 present. Seven members, Mrs. uOrflC v* ivAiOt vat * Fred Mrs. Charles ttinz , . ... ....... . ________ Hinz Jr., Mrs, .Bryce Wlckett. hostess. Two guests were pfes- Mrs, Erhart Meyer, Mrs. Earl ent, Mrs. Harold Ristau and Mrs. Johhs, Mrs. Harold Trauger, Mrs. Frank Sanford, the latter a for* Fred Zwidfel and Mrs. Earl Del' nier member of the club. The [ 'merihg , Were j meeting, . Patricia Hanson initiated at the sahg" a solo i'two numbers. The topic for f accompanied by Mrs. Ray Stone. A trio composed of Mrsi Ray Stone, Mrs, HaTold Phillips, and I/Mrs, Bert Ramus, accompanied ,|>y Mrs. Erhart Meyer, presented J ,, - ,-.- — the eVeftlrig, /"Child Welfare", was presented Jby Mrs. !Aaron SteuSsy, county p Auxiliary i president. . I Refreshments-were served by IMrs. Lloyd Smith, Mrs. Walter *Hefti. Mrs. Bert Ramus and Mrs. . Charles Hanselman Jr. W. S. C. S. Circles Meet The -three circles of the'-Woman's Society of Christian'Service _ of the Methodist church met •^Wednesday afternoon^ April jjl: 1 Cifcle 1 met at the home ^of v ,Mrs. John Voss Jr.* with 17 'members present. Her mother, .„... Mrs. William Murray, was assist|*ant hostess'. The devotions were led by Mrs. John Voss Sr., and ti> the lesson was given by Mrs. ' Norrna McClarnn. Circle 2 met at the home of •j-Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe, assisted by Mrs. William Goetsch. There were 18 members and five guests: Mrs. Peter; Wilson, Humboldt; Jennie Mason, Mrs. Emily Guy, uMrs. L. F. : Smith and Mrs. John Peters. The devotions were led , 4 by Mrs. Bertha Hunt. The lesson ' on Missionaries was given by Mrs. Edward Dehnert. She was »»assisted by her' daughter, Mrs. John Peters, who told of a Mis! ^sJonary family from Tibet she •* became acquainted with while | she lived in Honolulu, Hawaii, >Yrecently. .. _.:.'"•' Circle 3 met at the home of ^Mrs. Jesse Jergenson, assisted by Mrs. Earl Detmering. There were 16 members and two guests, "•Mrs. Charles Bastian and Mrs. Howard Larsen of Vincent pres- <4 ent. The devotions wdre led by ' Mrs. Frank Sanford and the lesson was given by Mrs. Duane •*Neal. : ,», .Infant Baptized ' The infant daughter of M.r. and ; 4 Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg was christened Elaine Kathleen at the morning service in the Zion * Lutheran, church Sunday, April 18, by the pastor, the Rev. Lewis „ Wittenberg. The sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burseidt'^ of ,Avon S. Dak. ,<U V ;<•-., * A family dinner wag,"served at' the home of the paternal •gra'nd- * parents, Mr. and Mrs.. *Henry Schnackenberg in her honor, -Attending were Mr_.and,Mrs; Hen-J ry Burseidt anct'Mr." and ,• Mrs Richard Poppe of Avon, S. Dak."; (»Mr, and Mrs Mai tin Becker, Evelyn Becker and friend, Roscoe k Mawdsley, Eurt the Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Wittenberg and daughter Nadine, Mr. and "Adolph Koestler, . Adeline Herman, Mr. »Schnakenbe,rg Clara Mae. Mrs. atari Will ciub The Gbod Will club met Thurs- as and assistant hour of entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Ted Wagner and Mrs,, H, T, Blumer. Guessing games Were played, Roll call was responded by suggestions on how to 'make" May baskets. Lunch was served by the host- sesses. The next meeting of the club • will be. Thursday, May 20, at the home "of Mrs. Otto Ramus, with ! Mrs. Bert Putzstuck, assistant hostess. Visiting in' Michigan Fred Tiede'is spending several weeks in Michigan with 'his daughters and theif families, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Papps and son in Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding and son- in Midland and Mr. and Mrs, Walter Tiede and twb sons of Birmingham. Enroute home he will visit his eldest daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Lothringer and son in Davenport, Iowa. \ r Federated Meeting 7 Attending the Kossuth county meeting of Federated clubS-'held m Titonka Tuesday, April 20, were the Mesdames Paut" Blumer, Van, Hansen, Bert Rarfius, Ray Stone,- Harold Phillips and Erhart Meyer. The trio, Composed of Mrs. Ramus, Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Phil,lips,. accompanied by Mrs. Meyer, gave selections. Erhart Meyer of LuVerne, who is sixth district music chairman, gave an interesting talk on that subject. Geo. Merkle Weds Mr. -and Mrs. Fred .Merkle, Mrs. Henry Marty, George and Esther "Merkle, Mr! and Mrs. Walter Hefti, Marilyn and.Mar- lin, Johnny Schmidt, accompanied by M£. and Mrs. Walter Merkle. Joyce and James of Minneapolis left Thursday for Flat Rock, Ohio. They went to attend the wedding at the Evangelical United Brethren church at 7:30 Friday .evening, April 3,. of Miss Helen, Henney, daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs.. Roscoe Henney of Flat R6ck arid Elmer Merkle, Minneapolis, son of George Merkle of LuVerne. Taken to Hospital ' Mrs., Robert Bigings ' wejitv to the home of her parents,.Mfe and Mrs. Hiram Hewitt in Liv'ermore, Tuesday evening. Wednesday morning. Mrs. Bigings and ' her sister Mar jory -Hewitt, accompanied „ thenv- mother by* ambulance to V the, iUniversity hospital .tin Iowa City, where she weht '"for observation .and jnedical treatment. Mrpl Bigmls returned that evening b t ut Miss Hewitt remained with her mother. ' Conducts a Funeral The Rev. Lewis Wittenberg was at the Beaver township Luand theran church, Monday ,Tafter- and Mrs Thees noon, where Jfie conducted fun- arid daughter eral rites for Albert Lehman, a member of the Beaver congrega- quality economical CONCRETE Je/n^,/READY-MIXED Vb'Farmers; We can supply R«Wy,Mixo4 Concrete lor, . '» v , X flo9rs, to pave a mu4dy bimyw4 or other ttm ' . Prompt, quick dtiiT«7 ewctly whore aod « .. •Qur ReadyvMixed Concrete U uniformly dense, ing ind strong— as you wptet ol good waw«tf « The " is right for* the use Intended , , , Accurately proportioned 1 At our cental plaot, Even « BnuH jot» gets the benefit of j , large volume production, Qpncrete ig the modem way to build firesafe, long. k$ijk$ improvemente, moderate in ftrit coit And requiring .almost no maintenance, It ii truly low annual cost construction. , Canute Delivwd to ¥OMP JoU Site fci Phone Qne«Six*5ix READY-MIX CONCRETE SUPPLY CO, * , J'*?. f ;• •I **<', 8 ^ - h Vf* i tlofl.' the ftev. Witteftb^rg has filled the pulpit there for some time, caused by the resignation of the former pastor, the Rev. G, Meunslng, who moved to Eagle Grove and took over the church work there. Visits at Lincoln . Mrs,. George' Miller weftt to Lincoln, Neb., to visit her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs: Richard Boers and make the acquaintance of Diana Lynn, baby girl born recently to the Beers. Parents of a Gifl Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wymer of Biirt are the parents' of a baby girl born Thursday, April 8. • She has been named Sandra Kay. Mrs. Miller is the former Betty Miller, daughter of Mr. 1 and Mrs. John Miller. The Wymers are living in a tenant house on the Miller farm and Mr. Wymer is assisting with the farm duties. Ends Wyoming Trip Charles. Stripling has returned from a visit of several' weeks with his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Stripling, in Wyoming. He is now at the home of his sister-in-law Mrs. Helena Stripling. Home From Training Junior, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hinz, and Robert, son of Mrs. Helen Stauffacher, are spending their leave at their homes here after completing their boo't training at the naval base at San Diego, Calif, Visit Schnakenbergs Mr. and Mr.s Henry Burseidt and Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Poppe bf Avon, S, Dak., were recent Visitors at the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnakenberg home. Mrs. Kinma Lehman of Boxholm spent the past week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Merkle. Mrs. Lehman cared for her two grandchildren, Charles and Marijean Merkle while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle, went to Flat Rock, Ohio, to attend the wedding Friday, Apr. 23, of Elmer Merkle of Minneapolis, ahd Helen Henney of Flat Rock. Robert Wermersen of Graettinger' visited old friends here Wednesday. Robert, who is in the United States army, is having a furlough from a hospital near Denver, Colo., where he was flown from Hawaii in January, when he needed immediate hospitalization and medical treatment. He is the son of Mrs. Cecile Wefmprsen and the late D. H. Wermersen, former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Burtis of Fort Dodge visited Mrs. Burtis' parents, M.r. and Mrs. Fred Bt'Lim^artner Wednesday afternoon. F'mci 1 Mr'.^lo and sister Mrs. Janes Paulson of Minneapolis We • Tuesday overnight visitors at t'io honu- of their father, Geo Merkle. Edward Allen accompanied his daughter Mrs. Seigfried Sheffloe to her home in Minneapolis for a few days-visit. Mrs. Walter Ruger underwent surgery at the Mercy hospital in i Mason City, Monday, April 19. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hof went I to Fort Dodge, Thursday, to visit iGuy Trauger, recovering from a r recent operatiori ' in Mercy hos- pital. Mr. and Mrs, torn LUK and their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lux of Armstrong, Were Tuesday evening dinner guests at Ihe home of their son and brother, Mr. and, Mrs. Robert LUX and Pamela KSy. Kenneth Sorenson arrived horne from Iowa City, Tuesday evening, where he spent several days at the University hospital there, receiving medical treatment for an eye that has been causing concern. Mrs B. A. De Mars of Charles City, her daughter Mrs. J. R. Mccall and Mary Lynn of Madill, Okla., visited from Tuesday until Thursday noon at the home Of Mrs. DeMars' sister Mrs. Hugh Sllh-k and family. Guests over the Weekend of Mr> and Mrs. Alex Miller were friends from Lincoln, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hiembeschner and son Jerry. Mrs. Henry Langerman returned to her home in Fenton after spending .some time at Ihe home of .her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Myer. Mr. and Mrs. Mycr have a new son recently and Mrs. Myer had to return to the hospital in Forf Dodge, where she underwent an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pfeiffer and son Michael of Ames were week- rend guests of Mrs. Pfeiffef's parents,-Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dimler Mr. and Mrs. David Beiggcr The government has recently released. for public consumption varnish made with bakelite gum. Formerly used on ships, planes, trucks, etc., this varnish has' a thousand household uses. 1 . It is now available in 6 popular sizes. Sold F. S. NORTON & SON Building Supplies . . . . Phone 229 arrived Monday evening from Coquille, Ore., to visit at the home of Dave's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bieggcr and • his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McDcrmott, near Renwick. Mrs. Robert Wallburger of Cowrie visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bage, Wednesday. Mrs. Pete Wilson and son Craig Tuesday, April 27, 194ft of Mumboldt sp^nt the past week visiting Mrs, Wilson's mother, Mrs. Marie Stoddard. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trailer visited Harold's father, Guy Trauger, who is recovering from an operation at Mercy, hospital, Fort Dodge. WANT ADS BRIttG RESULTS. FUNERAL HOME "WHERE REVERENCE AND DIGNITY ENSITRTNE A SACRED MEMORY" Ambulance Service Day orNighl Phone H Algona, Iowa TAYIOR Implement Co. J :!' C "!. MflI;HlliEBV * HUDSOKIARS Join up! TheyVe going places, the young men who fly the planes of the U. S. Air Force. They're getting the best aviation training in the world ... twining that is preparing them ,for interesting and profitable careers in aviation. You can join them by becoming an Aviation Cadet. Under skilled instruction, you learn to fly the nation's finest and fastest* planes. You draw $75 per month, plus food, quarters, uniforms, medical ami dental care. 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