The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1948 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1948
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? V s M <>i Jv '> r^ Lone Rock, Fenton 4-H Clubs Give Program, April 27 Fenton—The PentoA farm Bureau moetifig was held *t ,tft<* sieigh..scn'oDl house Tuesday ev* eWfjg.i Aprijl 27, attd the Lofi€ g°£k girls and' boys 4-H dub and Iienton^4-H girls' club gaV6 '& y&J 'interesting program. The Lorte Rock 4-H band opened the program, Following that a talk r:S, work was given by Kalh* rya Willrett. Anna Rae Weisbrod reaH'ian article oja alfalfa'and weed} control. , : - TWe Eerttpn, git Is -gave a fine , !t OT: .ft'Oftee?. days then. Verda« belfBdhfends >and Mary Anft Meyef <.gav.r'.a talk on poultry, Joan-.ScHaden'dbrJ: then sang..the song, '"Ther-e's.Music in the Air-', pale scliroede'r. :and Fritz New* brough then-gave a talk on rat expense" and^cpntrol of rats. The program Closed .with both the; Fen ton and Lone Rock girls smgmg "God Bless-America", and "Tm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover". Lunch was served by the i three 4-H clubs. ' Idle Hour Bridge Club The Idle Hour club met Thursday; afternoon .at the 'home, if Grace Angus with .Mrs'. Walter .Thompson ^sfstirtg '•• hostess, A box? was packed for., Greece -during . the afterndoh. The club'had recdntly received 'a letter, asking for this box. Mrs. M. .0..Richards conducted a game about <garden guessing and Mrs, Ralph ThotnM- son ; conducted one about flowers and read a paper about Mother. NeVa Thompson and Mrs. Frank Merron won the prizes for these games. Lunch was served by the hostesses .to the 14 members', two guests, arid five phildren present. The next 'me etirig will be 'held at the home.', of Mrs. '.Melyirtj'Faber.' Senior Skip. Day The .Lone Rock seniors accbm^ panied by Miss Joan Zwiefel and Miss Joan Flaig, juniors/ thoroughly enjoyed a skip day at Spirit Lake, Wednesday, April 28. The seniors this y"ear are: Helen Schmidt, Delbert Blanchard, Leroy Decker, Kenneth Thomsen, Kenneth Flaig, Kenneth Fischer, Sanford . Mitchell and Alice Schmidt. s fcllnte ai Jtdth«8tfeip, Mr. ahd Mfs; sm family tha . ., David attd Bobby Web' home while their Mrs. Dave Weber, and Mrs., Wolfe and Mary Agnes of croft seem ttte afterntseft In hloht. .MWn, ' * ' . MrL'Jffia Mf9. A. spent T hufsday in business. ill Take First Communion At Wesley, Sunday MI-S. Dorothy Howe ,and ,son Dennis of Ernrhetsburg came Monday to spend "a few days visiting the parental George - Pettit home. . • . . • ; • Mrs. J. F. Quihn, 'Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. Emil Kraft, and Mrs.' Nina Bierstedt-attended a birthday party in honor of Mrs! Henry Gettman at their home in Burt Thursday evening. Mrs. Hiram Ackerman and Mrs. John Trunkhill of Burt sperrt Tuesday,--; a>ternoon s at the former's •parent^l^A'lfex Krueger home. -. ; ,,'"*'-" '•' ••'. • Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cotton and Mrs- T. Lohrman spent Friday in Fort Dodge. . ' , . Mrs. E.' A. Lee entertained" the ^folltfwing! ladies at a birthday" pai'ty in : honor of Mrs. Dbrf Hot(ck Wednesday • afternoon:"' Mr^ Don Houck, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs? W. J.-Cotton, Mrs, A, L. Cot' tonjJMrs.'Roy Jensen; Mrs. E, M, Jensen, Mrs, A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Ronald Christehson. M-. and Mrs. Elmer Krause and Sharon, Mrs. J >; ' 2V Cjjeyaiid, Mr; and,"Mrs. OdeyV Onematid• alj at- tenjded a: play in which Ariel Chej-land^ took paH at thfe college at Forest City, Thursday evening; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and, daughter ,of Burt spent Thursday evening at the parental Wm'. Nelson home. Mr. »nd Mrs, Richard Beta-ends and 'Ronnie sperft 'Wednesday evening at'.the LaV^rne Hamrner- strom home. f i-'- f * Mrs. Lydia Wetzel 'arrived home Tuesday evening from spehding a week going^ th^ougl) son and Udtiglas 6f AIgc.._ ..„—. Thursday evening at tHe-frahk Plaig hmtie, ••'.-.•.:. .-.--..% Mr/ and Mrs. A. E. Jorgensbft, James and Lora Liee of-Oakland, """ ispi&pt Monday ahd Tuesday k T8 : - Rfltk Visiting .friends. m .'oj'merly lived here,.. fihd Mrs. John Thomsen of Royal spent last Friday, April 23 Visiting his brother and. family Mr. ahd Mite, Andrew Thomsen, Mrs.-' Andrew Thomseh sperit Wednesday flight with Mrs. Gena Thomsen at Rihgsted. • ' Mrs. Paul Olson artd :Lynn of Burt spent TuesdL, .-- Itmg the John Newbromff home. Mr., ahd Mfs. Clair, Bollinger a,nd'farriily Spent Sunday evening visiting 'his mother Bollinger. Mrs. Kate • Mrs, Mary Madison is spending several days visiting her daughter and family Mr, and Mfs%Jbhn Murieh at Penton. ,..„£;• •Mrs. K.-.J. Edwards oF'S|nd- stohe, and daughter Georgia of Chicago spent from Friday Until Mo,nday visitln, Roy .'Jenseh'-am Jensen" drove • lay. her' sister Mrs. 3'family. Mrs. them to Minne- returning home . -Mr, and Mrs; Henry- Hartwell, Mr.-arid Mrs. Ervih Wetzel "and Wanda-Jean spent 'Monday*in Fort Dodge and also visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. J.'Gross at Humtfbldt on their wav home, •, «tef« '' ' -The .Ladies Mite Soclefy-i^will be held .this week .Thursday, ; May 6 at the:home of Mrs. E. JA.. Lee with Mrs. Ronald Christensori assisting hostess. There will be a bible study held. a« The American Legion AJradliary will meet this week Wednesday, May 5 -at the home -of Mrs. Erriil Kraft, with Mrs. Glenn Burt assisting hostess. Mrs. Fred Flaig and Mrs. Calvin Householder will be in charge of the program on Poppy ,Day. • 1 '.';> 'i <."> f Mr. and Mrs. Arie Hurlburt of Fairmont, Minn., viisited rfriends and-relatives, at Lone Rock;'this week. BANCROFT Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore of Spencer,- visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. N, J. Schiltz of Bancroft, v, " •'• 'Mr. and- Mrs. E. J. Shillington and.daughter, Gerry, of Bancfoft went; to; Eagle Grove SuntHty to attend: a,family .reunion.^.w^ , 'Mf.:,arid Mrs, Cletus Dorr and A£li$.'.'of 'Bancroft were Sunday Visi.tbrs 'at'lhe,.Jiome of Mr. Dorr's patents, .Mr. and "Mrs. Ben Dorr Of ''Sl7/S^m^ :••:• :' •,-,. ,.-.;: : vgaketWol^who has been staying: with'his. daughter Mrs; Bert Quinh.^f..Armstrong, Iowa, returned' to his home at Bancroft: ..;• Merlin. Hansen and Gene Gang- stedi returned home Friday night, after they had been stationed in;the-.Navy at San Diefio,-. Calif. Merlin is. the sotT'Of!.- BmsS JSlen Cowing and <3ehe -is We iofi of Mr. ahd 1 -Mrs, Mel Gahgst.ed of Bancroft.., , . . Kfr. and-Mrs. J. H. WeM Mrs. Art Welp, arid Mrs. Roy McG l uire left ' for... Minneapolis Tuesday where they will attend the Ice Follies. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Geche and family ' were Sunday! dinner guests at'the ftomfe o£'f^!r. and Mrs. Jim Gibson and family of Buffalo Center, Iowa. ^ WANT A&S BRINGS RESULTS f f BRIMMING OVER f FOR 4, SUMMER Toast Black Navy , White wide beBtftifvl >rbm fo florter your profits ;. shodfl yew ey»s fmm Wivnipir iyn, Uyely .'l straws with ej)«ft $fl»wfli ^ (ft ^it top »f; peek 'Jt | Soft f fd brimi-ir, hfav 5Ju: Wesley—Twcnty-onc children took first "communion" Sunday, May 2 at St. Joseph's church at the 7:30 services. They were: . Leonard Froehlich', Edward Heinan, Earl Hildman, Catherine Qirres, Agnes Goetz, Marlys Goetz, Judy Ann Hilbert, and Joan Krieps. Ellen Loebig, Elaine Neuroth, Michael Richter, William Rockwood, Charles Smith, John Pitz- enberger, Donna Mae Bleich. and Deanna Bebo. Darlene Dornbier, Judy Ann Pfeffer, Janice Richtsmeier, Kathleen Studer, and Mary Lou Weig. Flower girls were: Carol Martin, Carolyn Studer, Patricia Goetz, and Kathleen Cruise. Candle bearers were Douglas Downs and James Raney. Pink and Blue Shower Mrs. James Walker was guest of honor at a pink and blue shower April 27 at the Frances Hauptman home. The evening was spent playing bridge with high honors going to Mrs. Tom McMahon of Pocahontas,- and Mrs. Will Loebig, ' Home From Texas Mrs. Selma Carlson and son Clifford returned last week from a 4 .months stay in Alamo, Tex. Clifford's health is much improved by-the long southern climate. rest and Colonial's Fuel-Saving OIL FIRED FURNACE . Colonial's carefully planned installations plus to!o- nial's top quality assures' maximum Comfort . Economy and Convenience. LAING & MUCKEY Phone 464 North Dodge GREEH'COtOn newly brganized kittftfifettl tearris held its first practice Sum day afternoon. They plan to have the field lighted for evening games. M«g. Pfeffer Hostess ' Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer entertained her bridge club Thursday. High honors went to Mrs./Nick Weber and travel to Mrs. Nancy DiW- son. The'club voted to discontinue through the sumnler months. ' Mrs. Etta teraley of Britt spent one day last week with the Harry Braleys. Kenneth Dwyer who recently Completed a course at the Des Moines barber school spent last week with his family. He began wof-k Monday in LuVerne. .An election of officers in the Wesley branch of Red Cross was held at the Joe Meurer home on Monday. W. S. C. S. met May 5 in the church parlors with Mesdames Maynes, Weiland, Johnson, McCall and Robinson as hostesses- Devotions were led by Mrs GiK bert Hall end Mrs. John Paulson gave the lesson. Dr. L. L. Pfeffer was a busi- n'ss caller in'Des Moines the fore pnrt of this week. Hani? relatives have received Word of the birth of a daughter, April 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson of Story City. Mrs. Nelson was Velma Hanlg. Reese Martins entertained at dinner, ApfSl 18, her •£> rjnik the Geo. irildmaHSj the Cai;son Simpsons affd Gloria, the LftUis Simpsons and Dorbtfry, the Kenneth Donovans and two children, and the Art Larson family. David Kleinpeter and Burrell Lease attended the Olympic wrestling contest in Ames Thursday night. k *Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hansen and rs. Orville Smith were recent business callers in Des Moines. Mi's. J. A. Riggs accompanied them to Ames where she visited the Gnorge Burnet family. MIK. John Loebig Was honored oft.her birthday, April 29, at her I home when the Neighborhood Birthday club came in for a social afternoon and brought lunch Sunday dinner guests in the Roy Hanson home-werfe Mr. and Mrs. Roy Madsen and son John of DPS Moines and the Jack Hansens of Mason City. New Algeria Polks From Emmetsburg Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gillingham, who are moving from Emmetsburg to Algona this week, have rented a new house at the corner of Oak and Church streets owned by Ralph Richards, of Ottosen. Mr. Gillingham has a job as body man for Kent Motors, and Mrs. Gillingham is the former Helen Wheelock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wheelocki A Licensed Real Estate Broker stands for knowledge of property, current values and Real Estate trends. The Broker has attained this knowledge, through years of experience in handling all types of transactions. If you are in the* market for a farm or city property, or in case you wish to sell, you will benefit by contracting any one of the following Brokers, who are members of the KOSSUTH COUNTY REAL ESTATE BOARD: ALGONA Edw. Capesius E. J. Hough- Joel M. Herbst D. D. Monlux C. H. Ostwinkle H. D. Hutchins C. R. LaBarre E. H. Pittman LAKOTA I. E. Wortman BANCROFT M. J. Wolfe A.W. Kennedy J.-J. Sherman ; TITONKA A. M. Peterson LONE ROCK Karl G. Ewoldt £4 LUVERNE '; £ E. C. Knary . '"* J. A. Nelson PAUSE AND AT BIG RED COOLER Temporary Farm Home Idea Something like a brooder house a week is turned out in the F. S. Norton & Son covered driveway, but this week a slightly dif- erent job is under way, though of somewhat the same type, witlv out the inner feed bin. It is 12 by 20 in floor dimensions and has a low hip roof. House-type windows and doors will be provided, and on completion the building Will be trucked to the Herman Pooch farm, Ottosen, to be occupied by a son of Herman and the son's wife, newlyweds. The idea is a building that can be used or some other farm purpose when it is no longer needed as a habitation. Barber Is A Patient Charles Clement, who has been a patient at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, the past two weeks, spent the weekend here with his wife and Ruth Ann. No final diagnosis of his case has been made, pending the completion of various x-rays and tests. fuaofay, May 4, 1948 Afsena Upper From whe$ I At ... Joe Mar iff * .-- . JW ^..:.-.. IA^.... -A „ - Fellow from oft* of those fltililte opinion polls wAs In Andy's Garden Tavern, qneryitig Andy^s palffifts oa everything from that "new look" to the ne*t cl«tion. ... And it occurred to me that there's nothing more typically American than collecting other folks' opinions, as Well fls giving out with one's own. And from where I sit, it's a mighty healthy habit. So long as people can dlsctiss both sides of a question that conies up — whether it concerns short skirls versus long, beer compered wi(h cidsr, M the tnrger isstniS »f (wrty versus party "-We're sttfS of' tha indiviiiual liberty that has ftiarfe For it isn't differen<iCB*f opinion' that m.itter. The important thing* is tnlcmiice for differences of opin* > ion —whether they affect the right" of an individual to Vote, to speak his minrl, or enjoy a plass of beer. Tl>?y'ro !\11 parts of the freedom that we cherish! jjyiiglil, 1918, United Slates flrewcfs Foundation AGAIN THIS YEAR! REPEATED BY REQUEST! FISHERM Bring In Your Big Ones, Even Spirit Lake Monsters! Valuable Piizes in Marshall-Wells Big Fish ta-'^X- +. .„. .L v-*n* -^tal^^P-'--- - - i**,^-:. - --,-,',. ,. ,.'« ANYONE CAN ENTER! FISH FROM ANYWHERE CAN BE ENTERED! LOOK AT PRIZES BELOW ,k * Here's something thafs going to be fun for fishermen—young and old, male and female! Anyone can enter, by bringing the biggest fish of your string to the Marshall-Wells Store! Ifs simple-no affidavits, we'll take your word for it that you caught the fish. Let your conscience be your guide.. Fish from anywhere may be entered. So bring your fish in if you think it's in the money, and watch the "Big" Fish Display" in o'ur sporting goods window. Here's hoping that someone brings in that famous Spirit Lake monster. Let's go, you fishermen! VALUABLE PRIZES FOR FISHERMEN Who Bring in Their Catches For Display in the Contest I • '''':'-, ^FISH GRAND PRIZE FOR BIGGEST FISH "(Any Kind) NORTHERNS WALLEYES ; CRAPPIES BLUE GILLS SUNFISH PERCH CATFISH BULLHEADS SMALL-MOUTH BASS LAROE-MOUTH BASS 1 MZE i Gepp j Actionized Steel Fishing Rod Nationally-Advertised Bronson Anli- backlash Reel Steel Tackle Box with Trays Breather Meial Minnow Bucket Outboard Motor Gas Receptacle Kool-Ray gun Glasses with Case " • 7- Gallon Size Thermos Picnic Jug ^ Steel Tackle Box with Trays Fluorescent Tote Wght » • : '• - ' > V ••--..•- • • • •-••,;<• Choice of Any Fishing. Plwg in Stock . ,:; "w J Chpice p{ A«riy fishing Plug in Stpck 4 \ • ,* '" CONTEST RULES J, Fts|j »n|wfd m conlwi mus* be brought, to M9r?hall.W«Us Stow, Al- gpna, J.&,, for 4i?pUy for one day, 2, fish entprec} In contMt are to b« weighe4 in at store. ?. Ns am^^ 1 rs^w«^' it Anyeiie {f»§y f»,i«r, no t9« Wmit, 5, Fish en$«?ed may be caught, any? where, §. Judge's dwisipns are final. 7. €0nitBl closing determined by Mar- store, and announced CO., HUMBQLDT, IOWA , .*?.. " ^.i- j and Bring in Yoyrs! jGNrayl fHthtrnwv

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