The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1948 · Page 6
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tfepir fin Maine* fosstlay, M&y 4, T94S 17»e A/ovy /s Cooperatfve Ut ii^ii *,*>.. *__( u. *. _ , . * Wtf. an4 Mrs, George Ma- Hey.drovd oul to the inter- MtfiidH of highways id and -III 8*iaridky morning on a Chanefe of seeing Mrs. Ma- jW»«tr's nephew, Vefnon Ste- Hie drive by. WOOIDWARD'S i Special HOSIERY Value for Mother's Day Gift! NYLON 45-Gauge 30 Denier Loveiy Shades WOODWARD'S Verfidn plays in the United States Navy band which was dated lot Spencer Saturday, He had talked by phone to his aunt Friday evening, and said the band might stop here for dinner. Me also told the driver of his bus Saturday morning, that he might have relatives at a certain place along the road. The Mahoneys went out to the "Y" at 10:30 a. m. ana at 11:30 a. m. the two Navy buses pulled Up. The drivers stopped when Vernon saw his folks, and allowed him 20 minutes to visit. Mrs. Mahoney said She was thrilled with the visit, and by the thoughtful courtesy of the drivers in allowing Vernon the time. Baptism, Dinner For Hanselman Infant, LuVerne LuVerne—The infant, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanselman was christened Jane Alice Sunday at the morning service at tht Lutheran churrh'- by' the 'pastor the Rev. Louis Wittenberg. Sponsors were Mrs. Harley Christensen, Fort Dodge, and Julius Nelson, Frost, Minn., aunt and urfele of the baby. Dinner was served at the home of the paternal grandmother Mrs Anna Hanselman to 20 relative? and friends. Attending: Mrs. Bertha Nelson, Julius Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson. Mary Janc.and Ro'b- -MT, of Krost; Mr. and Mrs. Howard MaiM,in, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Christensen, Rose Ann and Laura Mae, Fort Dodge: Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman, ^Glenda and Audrey, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanselman, Earl and George of Lu- Verne. Friendly neighbors Meet The Friendly Neighbors met Tuesday at Mrs. Charles Brown's, ten members and one guest. Mrs. Duane Anderson, present. Enter- lainment was in charge of Mrs. Elmer Kubly, and there were quiz contests. The birthdays of Mrs. Irvin Friday and Mrs. "Raynond Legler were observed.- The -lub will meet Tuesday. May 11 it Mrs. Raymond Legler's. Legion Post Gives Dance A Legion dance in the schoo auditorium • Friday, evening wat well attended. Luiich' was served by the Legionnaires. Music was furnished by the Ding Ellis dance band. Billy liof won" a $25 bond. Attended College Banquet Mrs. William Moecling and Mrs. M. J. Stripling drove to Cedar Falls Saturday to attend a Mothers and Daughters banquet with Margaret Mooding and Norma Stripling. It. was given at the- State Teachers college, which the girls are attending. end, with''Mr, Lehman's mother Mrs. Emtfta Lehman at Fred Merkle's. Mrs. Blanche Walton has returned to her home at Industry, Pa.,, after three weeks at h«r ats- Mr. and Mrs. Ervift Barton, daughters Alice Ann, Virginia, and Mrs. Donald Kriise, spent over the weekend with Mr. Barton's father William Barton at Melrose, , Mrs. William Driebelbis, Judy and Billy, of Omaha, came last Thursday for a visit at their Cousin Mrs. Elmer Kttbly's. Mi-, and Mrs, Kenneth Curran were Des Moines visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs: J. M. Christensen, Des Moines, called on friends here Saturday evening. Mr. Christensen was once station aeent on the M. & St. L. here. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoepner Jr., Omaha, were weekend guests at the parental William Hoepner'! Sr. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Will, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will, and the men's mother Mrs. Mary Will drove to Windom, Minn., Sunjday and visited the men's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Henry Will. Mrs. Henry Will is sick. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lux and Pamela Kay left for Yankton and Olin, S. D., Saturday to visit Mr. Lux's sisters. Mr. Lux returned Monday, Mrs. Lux remaining for the week. Billy, small son of Mrs. Marjory Lovell, Algona, came Saturday to visit his grandparents Mr. 'and Mrs. William Hedrick. The Harley Ch'ristensens, Fort Dodge, visited over Sunday with Mrs. Christensen's mother Mrs. Anna Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. Marry Lichty with their son and his Wife Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lichty,.spent Sunday at Mason City at the son DeRae's, and Dana, small daughter ,of the DeRae Lichtys, accompanied her grandparents here for a visit. s solo, aftd Lucille SweSft,' a soprano solo. Surprise for Corwlih Worn**' ' Mrs. Frank Meyer, former ftslt resident, was taken by surprise Sunday, when she 1 was horlorei with a birthday party at the home of her son Wilbur Meyer, It we"! a large party including guesli from out of town. Mr. and Mfg Meyer and the sons Alvih' anc Rudy now live at Corwilh. Bode Cancer Drive Finished ' •*The Humboldt county caflcfer drive here was conducted by Mrs. Viola Thompson who, with her corps of workers, met the quota of $135. Mrs. Irvin M. Olstth is chairman for the Delana township drive, and her quota is also $135, which will be met very soon. She has seven workers convassing the township. Another Musical Contest J. W. Sehar will accompany the Bode hjgh school band, mixed chorus, and cornet solbist Terry Bakkcn, of Rutland, and tenor saxaphonist JUanita Selvig, all of whom had won No. 1 ratings in a section tournament at Graettirt- ger, to a stale musical festival at Emmetsburg April 30 and May 1. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Olson, daughter Alice, and Esther Opheim attended the 25lh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Anderson, near Hardy, Sunday a f lei-noon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuart, former Bode residents now living at Manson, stopped here Monday on a return trip from Wisconsin. They were accompanied by their daughter and Ihe latter's husband. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kinseth drove lo Minneapolis a few days ago in their new car for a short stay. The Bryce Wicketts spent Sunday with friends at Gillett Grove. Mr. Wickett was once a teacher .here. Mr. and Mrs. Bert McClay, son Donald, Essen, Minn., spent S,at- irday and Sunday visiting Mr ind Mrs. Jesse Lindebak. Edward Lindebak spent Monlay and Tuesday at Sioux Falls, in business, also visited Mr. and VIrs. Ivan Scanlan. Mr. and Mrs. George Tiecle, Fairmont, and Mrs. Tiede's daugh- er Jean Mosher, Cedar Rupfds, vere weekend guests at Lawrence Miller's. Jean Hefti, student at Western Union college. LeMars. vus a weekender with, her par- nts Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hefti nd sister Butty. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lehman and on, Dos Moines, spent the week- Bode—The Woman's club me ast Thursday evening at Mrs larold Jensen's, and " besides r ood attendance of members iiree guests were present: Mrs larvey Boguard and Phyllis kaugstacl, of HumboWt, and Mrs '. W. Qually. The program was i charge of Mrs. E. M. Ellingson who gave a book review. Re- fi-eshmt-nts wore served. The next meeting is to be held May 6 at Mrs. Earl Olson's. Mrs. Olson has been president two years. Luther League Delegates Delegates from here attending a Luther League convention at the Deeorah Luther college Fri- day,"Stitiirday,'arid Sunday were Robert Olson, Ralph Holland, Robert Hanson, Richard Rood. LaVonne Bakken, Doris Saathoff, Alpha Underberg, Dolores Vaag, and the Rev. V. T v Jordahl. Dr. and Mrs. lifewman have returned from Des Moines, where they attended a state medical convention. Play on Fort Dodge Program Last week Wednesday evening it the Strand theatre, Fort Dodge, two winning Bode entrants in a musical contest earlier in the season were honored with places on the program. They were Rebecca Gangestad, who played a piano SALE Tuesday, May 11, 1948 On Rts. 2 and 66 ARCHBOLD, OHIO At 9:30 A.M. 70 TRACTORS, new and used —John Deere; Gs: As; Bs; Ms; rarmall; Ms; Hs; Bn; As: Case; Oliver; 70; 60; Red Fords; 'erg.; Allis Chalmers; WC; B; ','. all makes. 5 COMBINES, all makes. 0 BALERS — Holland SOT; nt.; Case; John Deere-, etc. Dickers; Plows: Disks; Rakes; /lowers; Spreaders; Cullivatrs: all makes of horse and •actor drawn' machinery; 1946 .iper Cub Airplane; hundreds .of other items. Bring your', machinery" here to sell. Bring it in day before sale if possible., »•' Phones:v.3H 41,4 pr 1,0123 Archbold, Ohio, or write Yoder & Frey Auction Sales ARCHBOLD, OHIO Frey & Sanger, Auctioneers , the bea^tt 1$ atfp^NlioW fft session Mo«tfa^.-fftte;^ nfonthly ifldStlfUf* t&f til bills, afid Ohfllfmftft said no other business 'Was petted. WANT ADS NOTICE Q^ The annual meeting and election of officers of. the Kossilth chapter of the American Red Cross will be held Tuesday, May .. — CAN STlLli • uSK A a ju w more mm\m flecks fop igj. We bay 18 to 18 cents ove>N8.-l market mice, Cloverlefif Match* ery, Milwaukee Deput Plaza, • INLAID . LWoUtlM — LINO* wall tile laid by experts, Ctrstew fowk. CdWan BIdg. Supply Cb, ' BASEMENTS DUO-, gfavel, 1 stripping, fills, washed sand and gravel hauldH. Geo. Schu ftiachef, frvlngton, la. ai)-18u SAVE UP TO 38% tN heat costs , Mlfctoft. Kbck VQtil Bt&ltiUt * eraftulated Wool ate aWtfttttf, jT tdf your ho*Lie, 1?6« M fcaU fa*<;. • '''' nmJJ^t m Wit IS OPEN SO SUMMER MUST REALLY BE HERE Hamburgers ... Georgeburgers... Hot Dogs "TAKE'EM HOME BY THE SACK" Packaged Ice Cream i OPEN 7:00 P.M. TO 3 A.M. Phone f 08 Matte that roof FREE! SERVICE THAT SAVES YOUR MONEY! We are approved applicators of Bcnded Builtup Roof s, and will be glad to estimates at any time without obliged ion. 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