The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1948 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1948
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j'f'?',' fc>r f * Civic Group Works On Siffte Highway Protect The Chamber of Cotnmerce dinner was served by thl Presbyterian Ladies' society, Monday evening, April 26. There was a good attendance and a de- lic ous dinner, . tlie business meeting held aficr the dinner, \T. A. NelsOn ga re a report on a recent trip to to ba m Dqs Moines. He relates that wo in ch ex ended. this vicinity have a very good ncc of having highway 222 , vrrangements were also made have Fred Goetsch collect gar- e each week during the sum- months. The Chamber of Commerce voted to defray fhe expense of having a school ! >us transport young people ; >f the community weekly to he Algona swimming pool his summer. ^t was agreed that starting on Wednesday evening, April 28, Hie loi at business firms would start regaining open each Wednesday evening through the summer mftnths. jThe next meeting will be held Mpnday. May 24. W» S. C.-S. to Meet The general meeting of the Wpman's Society of Christian Service will be he'h! in the church rooms, Wednesday, May 5.1 ' .!votions, "Whose Daugh- frhe de :efr, Are Not Afraid", by Mrs. Edward Hof. The subject of the lesson, "Women in Paths ,of Service" by Mrs. Ray Stone. IThe hostesses for the mooting will bo tho Mesdames Hurry Libhty, Fred Zweifel, Thoodor'o Johnson, Raymond Leglt-r, and Wilson Legler. Bdotism'and Dinner iTho infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt Myer was christened Russell Eugene at the morning set-vice at the Zion Lutheran eliurch by the pastor, the Rev. L.j Wittenberg, Sunday, April 25. A dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Myer after Hit- service. Attending were Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Langerman, Mr. arjd Mrs. Albert Langerman and son. all of Fenton, Fred Schnei- deY. Edward Myer and son Walt- ei j Birlhday Club Bridge ! flho BirtUc'-'i.y club met with Mrs. Harold Sorenson, Wednesday evening. Bridge was played M three tables. High was won ty Mrs. Arehip Sanl'ord. second high, Mrs. A. W. Dimler, and low scbre. Mrs. Paul Phillips. j ^The birthday of Mrs. Cecil Baker was observed and she was presented with a gift. Pie-Nuptial Dinner , J/Ir. and Mrs. Gustavo Baessler were hosts at a dinner, Tuesday evening, honoring Mrs. Baessler's jjijfce, Norma Jean Hanselman, 4'|io \vas man-ied Sunday, May 2. i /Those present in addition to the guest of honor and her fi- rfrjcf 1 . Raymond Johnson of Al- {{qna, were her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanselman Jr. and Arlene Mey- of Dapghter 'Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams are l)Ve parents of a daughter born Tnos-day. April 20. Sho has boon named Ellon Elaine. Mr. Williams is employed by tho Blmner Bothers west of town and they ane living in the house recently Vijcated by tho Arthur Henry family. TJif-y have sc-vi-n other children. A Serious Illness Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meyer were called to Williamson on Wednesday evening by the serious iltrtess of their daughter, Mrs. John Selby, who was in a Knox- yille hospital. They report Mrs. Selby much improved 'but wjll be confined in bed for some time.' En- roUte home Mr, and Mrs. Meyer spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, staying at tho Troutman home in Winterset. Flv in For Visit Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Her- ryhill spent Wednesday evening with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank (3ron- boch of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Berryhill of Livermore. They flew here from their home in Superior, Wis., in a four-passenger plane. Thursday morning they left for a few days Vacation in Florida and also to bring back some friends of theirs. Infant Christened Mrs. Elcanora Eustace and daughter Lorraine went to Fort Dodge, Friday, where they spent the week-end with'their'daugh- ter and sister, Mrs. Delmar Blankonhagen and family. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Blankenhagen was chris- tended Charles Lionel by the pastor of the Fort Dodge St. Paul's Lutheran church, tho Rev. Schwidder, Sunday. Lorraine Eustace was a sponsor. Ambulance to Tospital Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bigings drove to Iowa City Friday, where they spent the day with Mrs. Bigings' mother, Mrs. Hiram Hewitt of Livermoro. Mrs. Hewitt was taken by ambulance lo the University hospital a week ago i'or ihedical observance and treatment. She may undergo surgery while there. On Trip to Georgia Mr. and Mrs. George A. Egglc- ston. accompanied by their daughter Boulah Eggleston, Dos Vloinos, left Saturday evening, Vlay 1. for a trip to Brunswick, Georgia. They will visit their n and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eggleston. for two weeks. Mr. Eggleston, the station igent of the Chicago, Northwest- ^rii railway here, will be relieved by Mrs. Ruth Morton of Eagle Grove. May Day Luncheon The Woman's Society of the Presbyterian church were served a May Day luncheon at the home of Mrs. Fred G. .Hagist, Wednesday afternoon,, A'pril 28. There was a good attendance and two guests, Miss Madge 'Malin and Mrs. Johnson of Livermore present. Devotions were led by Mrs. Clarence Krause and the Missionary lesson was given by Mrs. Bert Ramus. Much amusement was enjoyed by the group when some of the ladies of the society appeared in clothes of the new look, even with the ruffles of slips in evidence. J. J. Club Plans Picnic A meeting of the J. J. club was hold at the home of Mrs. Anna Goetsch Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. William Goetsch, hostess. There wore 16 club members present. Tho topic of the afternoon pro- McCORMICK-DEERING MILKERS-CREAM SEPARATORS gram was on radio aiacl ably discussed by the leader, Mrs. Bernard Wolf. Mrs. Hugih Shirk, entertainment chairman, had charge of the social hour. ' pefreshmonts were served, after which the chtb adjourned until their last meeting cvf the year, which will be a picnic and potluck luncheon, held at the : ,home of Mrs. Carl 'Goetsch Friday, "April 30, due to the fact many of the club ladies planned to attend the music contest held in Em- motsburg Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 29 and 30 and May 1. •Wotd pf Ex-R.9Sidents Mrs. William, fiigings received word frorri Mr.' and Mrs. B. H. Gardner of Wiradside, Neb,, announcing the marriage of their daughter Eclythe Gardner to Lyle Wilkinson of Losi Angeles, .Calif., Monday, April 19(. Mr. and Mrs. Wilkintson will make their home in Lone Pine, C|alif. 'Mrs. Wilkinson, who is a i-egistered nurse, has betfn employed in a Los Angeles hospital for; several years. Mr. Wilkinson, who served in the Navy in the recent war, wtis hospitalized for more than three years. He fe fully 'recovered; The Gardners 'were residents here many ybars' when' they owned and operated a' garage. Mrs. Gardner and son David, who is a registered phrirmacist, now have a drug store in Windside, Neb., where they moved about five years ago. Byron Garner is able to be up and about, but not in the best of health. Their oldest son Milo is a dentist and located in the stAatc of Tennessee. Visit the Jon Nelsons . , M. G. Skyberg, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jacobsoln of Canton, S. D., spent the weekend at -the home of Mr. Skyborg's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jon 'A. Nelson. Mrs. Skyberg, who had visited her, returned home with them. Bus to California Junior Hinz. son of f ..Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hinz Jr., ahd Robrt Stauffacher, son at Mrs. Helen Stauffacher, left by bus 'ram Mason City lev return trx San Diego, Calif., after spending a week's leave here. William Hoepner began his new duties tit the DoGroote-Cody orner Store Tuesday. He will lave charge of the meat department. Mr. Hoepner has previously been in the employment of the Walter Hefti Lockers, where he dirl the butchering. Mrs. Raymond Leglcr' accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mitchell of Renwick to Fort Dodge. Friday they took Mrs. Roger Olson .and baby to take a train for her new home in the State of Kentucky. Her husband is a chiropractic doctor and 'has recently located there, Mrs. £&> son is the former Verla Ntftetim- daughter of the Terry Mitchells, Mrs. Legler and Mi's/ OlSoft owned n Beauty Salon in Reft« wick several years. Mrs. George Fuerstenau and two daughters arrived froftt Gett*' eseo, 111., Friday to Visit her paiV ents, Mr. ahdMrs. Charles Hanselman Sr. They also came and attended the wedding •- -Sunday; May 2, of Mrs. Fuerstenau's &ig- tter>Norma Jean ' L Hanselrnan, grid Raym'e.hd Johnson" hf ,Algbha. •. Mr.'aftd tyrs. Henry Hefti Jn moved the pa$t w-eek from the apartment over ,th£ ^Sanderson cafe tb the ne^ly . remodeled home Mrs Heftl's' lathe* 'William Schipull purchased" dflrliei- this spring fr.dM rip." and^Mftf,, Dale' Brayton.'" * : ''; v • ''•*;;; ''/ Mr. and ,Mrs. .-jvilaon" Legler spent Sunday. WitH .their, $6ri- and daughter-in-law Mr..;''and iMrs. Earl Legler' ifi Hartley;' ;.;-, Mr. and Mrs. .deoiigie -<Har,twig ustln, and ihelr bf other &m iam -, Mr. afld,%VEd,Wa'fa MM, __ nday. ''" ? ' Mr, and Mr& tdrbih HagSdt arrived Thursday evferilftg frbm Ohioagd, whete they visited until Sunday with Mf, Hagist's $&t fehfs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Ha Mrs. Helen Stauffacher spent Several Jays the fiast week in the tyerc'y ihospital in Fort Dodge beiyirtg medical treatment, '-• Mrs. S. R. Baker spent several days in Algotta, where she serV- itTo'tt jufy duty. - Mrs. Georgia Smith returned to jHardy after' spending the past ^hree weeks at .the* home of. ; -her I'bh and 'daughter-in-law'; 'Mr. and Mrs. .How'ard -.Smith. ,Mrs. isMf (•flakes' care of Mrs.' Mamie B'mlt 'lh Hardy. During Mrs.' Howard Smith's " absence Mrsf Mamie "Smith stayed. .with her da.0ght.ei;', Mrs. Donald Cameron, EE0 CORN GIVES VOl) "-4*" - '• t I _^^- .. lul . . .;, „. ,_, EVEN IN COLO, WET SOIL Vigorous Pioneer seed gives you better stance of sturdy, fast growing seedlings. It 'grows fast at the time when cutworms and wireworms do the most damage. r "'• v • ' i.•»• •-''.' >•.••' G. L. BAILEY.. _'l-......,Ajgona ROSCOf /yiAWbillEY.:..: j JOHN BORMANKLur:~ HUBODC The day you invest In a McCormick-Deering Milker or Cream Separator, you start getting ilii'iilenili ... those "extras" that come only with a quality product backed by quality service. 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