The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1948 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1948
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o-Algana Upper D«t Mdlftii Tueiday, May 4, 1948 Big Crowd Enjoys Lakota's Annual Music Festival Lakola — Lakota high school presented its music festival at the school auditorium last week Tuesday evening with Mrs. Alvira Wilson, vocal director, and V. A. Barrett, instrumental director. The grade band played two numbers; Janice Miller sang a solo, and Conley Smith played two marimba solos; the high school band played several groups, Gilda Melz, a clarinet solo before intermission; the male quartet sang four short numbers; the girls' trio two numbers, the girls trio two numbers, the girls' sextette several songs, the girls' glee club sang several numbers oncl a mixed chorus sang two songs. The vocal teacher, Mrs. Wilson, sang "O Lovely Night" and the high school band played several numbers in closing and Charlene Schroeder put on a demonstration of baton twirling with the last number. A 7-lb. Son A 7-ox. son was born Thursday morning. April 29, at the Buffalo Center hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clapper. They also have fin 11-year-old, daughter, Lucretia. Mrs. K. H. Worley of Mason City (•ami- up to care for the family at home for a few days. Hcme From Hospital Mrs. Edgar Inlay and little son came home from the Buffalo Center hospital. Thursday noon. Moving to Burl Mrs. Lottie Isonberger is moving back to her home in Burt after being housekeeper for William Baum and daughter Elsie lor the past trn years. Th" Methodist W. S. C. S'. held a farewell partv in her honor last week Wednesdav afternoon at the J. II. Warburton hnnr? and about 25 guests were present. A delicious pot-luck lunch was served and the honoree was given a gift from tlu> group and also several individual gifts. It proved a very pleasant event in spite of the fact that she will be sorely missed in the church. W. S. C. S. and the neighborhood. Community Club The Community club held its monthly meeting at the town hall April 27 with the Legion Auxiliary serving the dinner. Owen Hurt. Algona. and Wayne Keith of Burt spoke on Cooperatives, and an Informal discussion followed. Jerry Ukfina showed a film ort Jimmy Lynch and the Death Dodgers, featuring Dodge cars. ' Visited In Henwick Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland and son Rodney and George's sister Hannah Heetland visited'last week Sunday with Louis Heet- lands in Renwick. 204 Acres of Peas The Fairmont Canning factory is erecting a vinery on the Jasper Smiclt farm south of Lakota and 204 acres of canning peas have been contracted by farmers in the vicinity. Birthday Celebration Last week Sunday visitors at the Walter Hans home were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hans, Esthcr- ville, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Jor- fecnspn, Ledyard, the event being in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Hans and Mr. Jorgcnson. Birthday Dinner Mrs. Walter Leslie celebrated a birthday last week Wednesday with a dinner party that evening with her son Boyd Mulvcrhill and wife, Fairmont, Minn., and her daughter, Mrs. Earl Paulson and husband, Lakota, as invited guests. Mrs. Ida Smith spent last week visiting her daughter and family, the Ward Dawsons at Excelsior, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Heetland were weekend visitors at John Heetlands and Mrs. Edith Dundas. They have rented an apartment in Chicago and came for the rest of their household goods. Merle is attending school there. The 15-year-old son Fay of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aschc was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital for an appendicitis operation, Saturday. April 24. • Mrs. S. P. Powers left Thursday evening via train from Algona for Roekford, 111., where she attended the wedding of a niece, Sue Kirov, and Albert Sapica, Saturday morning, May 1. The bride is known to many hero as evening. April 21, at the many times and last year was bridesmaid at the wedding of her cousin Steve Powers and Betty Miller at the Ledyard church. Visiting New Grandson The Milton Mortons' are spending this week at Little Rock, Ark., guests of Capt. Dick Norton, M. D., and his wife. The attraction is the son born recently to Capt. and Mrs. Norton. The captain is in the armv. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS. Union Folks Have Big Farm Bureau Program Union Twp. — Jens Sorensen was program chairman for a union twp. F.arm Bureau meeting last week* Tuesday evening. His program had been scheduled for the June meeting, so he had only a little over a week to get it lined up for now. The 4-H program which was to have been given in April will be held in June. Chris Reese was on hand with his fiddle, And there were many requests fttr oldtime favorites which he- played. Wrri. Dodds Sr. was requested to "call" one of the . oldtime square dances, that he used to call years ago, and he responded with an old favorite. Mrs. John Wilson spoke on Comunity Health, and she knew her subject, for she was a county nurse, before marriage, in Cai- houn and Washington counties. She spoke on the need of a county nurse and how such service would help in the health of a community. Mrs- Wilson is the. former Ele- attor Cruikshank, a union township product,* and she and her husband are living'on the L. A. Crulkshank farm Dairy Sanittftjdrt Control was another subject for discussion, and Lester Gihgefich, dairy inspector at Algona, and Professor Rudnick, Ames, sp^oke on methods of keeplngk.milk and cream free from sedimeMt and odors. The serving committee for the evening consjsted : 'of Messrs, and Mesdames P. W, Arehds, Harold Campney, LaW'rettCfe 'Gisch, W. R. Smith, Peter Erpelding, Herbert Haas, Harley Troutrrt'an, Harold Fitch, Walter Heerdt, C. L. Bailey and Cliff Bowman. Farm Bureau Of Eagle Twp. Meets Swca it Eagle—Eagle township Farm Bureau meets Wednesday evening, April 21, at Center enter school, Albert Pavick, president, opened the meeting. Mr. Rudnick of Ames gave a talk on dairy sanitation and importance of proper care and cooling to keep cream sweet. Part of the program was taken over by the Eagle 4-H club boys. Alvin and Malvin Pavick gave a demonstration on rope tieing. Raymond Larson and Everett Thorc- son spoke on rat control. Three musical selections were given: An electric guitar selection by Mrs. Sidney Bishop, a piano solo by Beryl Hylcr, and vi- bra harp numbers by Elaine Lindc. Lunch was served and a good crowd attended! Takinq A Vacation Rosalia Eisenbarth, employed at the J. C. Mawdsley rural Home, went .to Worthington, Minn., Sunday to spend a couple of weeks at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Kenne. The Kennes are parents of a baby daughter who is to be cared for .by her aunt, Miss Eisenbarth. The baby has a brother Ted who is 7. P. O. Envelope Boost The Algona postoffice announces that there will be an increase in the price of envelopes, approximating $1.00 a thousand, effective May 1. The increase pertains to special request envelopes as well as the ordinary envelopes. Hope To Build A New LuVerne Cafe LuVerne—The lot on Main St. where the popcorn stand,Was located, owned and operated by O, S. Lund, was sold the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pechumer purchased the lot and hope to build a new building for their cafe, which they own and operate on the west side of Main St. The popcorn stand was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. .Harold Lichty, and they have mbved it to a vacant lot between Trauger's Jack Sprat store and Hefti's Locker Plant. •_ . 'The stand is 'being completely repainted and cleaned to be ready for opening. Injured In PortlcmdRunaway hauling atohe with a hofse btf to a stbne boat last weekj aftd tho hofse became frightened afld ran away. Roger was thrown clear, but the stone boat Injured the horse so, badly; it had ttt be killed. < Not many horses are left on mechanized farms, today, but they .often" come in handy way for farm* cho'res. ' HWMF ja-ytn; MHRMv . . . Albert Geruichs Wed Thirty Years . Lu Verne— Mr. and Mrs. Albert Genridh were pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when their neighbors and friends gathered at their home to help them celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary. . . ' The evening was spent playing bingo after which refreshments were served,; brought 'by the guests. Attending were MesseVs. and Mesdames John Stampka, George Hobscheidt, Edward Hof, Lawrence Miller. John Voss Jr., William Schipulir Stanley Gen- r,ich, all of LuVernec omniunity, and the honorees son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stevens of Sexton. :.Ift the 1941 delinquent.^* Sale the county 'became 1 oVWiel? • of ,three WhltteTfldfeMs.sNoSi 0. 10, and 11. in Block $ of that tbWft'l High Lawn addition, Lafcf thd hcpunty sold the lots ta'<Laffy Doyle tot $80. and' Doyle sold them to Orvllie C, fiai'bef. Re- eefitly It was discovefe'd tHfit procedural action by the board ifr the Doyle .salp was faulty, and ,thc- board has-hoW; corre6ted the fault by legal ^Colution. etc',, ^nd a quitclaim'; detfd to Barber. Remey At Convention Glen' Raney from- the A'lgona post office 1 attended & north'loWft postal supervisors" semiannual convention, at • Fort Dodge Sun* day. Ah interesting part of the meeting was a supervisors ^roUnd table at which there was a discussion of problems that cOm'e up in the daily i routine. There' was also a question and answer period on interpretation of rules' and regulations. Lu Verne People At Kin's Funeral LuVerne — Mrs. Fred Merkle and children accompanied by her cousin O. L. Groen of Parkston, S. D., went to Marshalltown Tuesday to attend the funeral of their uncle Walter Rapp. Mr. Rapp who was 52 years of age, died suddenly Friday at the Iowa Soldiers Home . in Marshalltown and burial was at Aplington. Mr. 1 Rapp was a brother of Mrs. FROITOP DRESSING AT VOUR FAVORITE G R O C E R S VOTE FOR Democratic Candidate For Kossuth Supervisor First District —Kdiiuth reildeni and hxpayat 26 yean, rj, tMrj —Itvingloh Twp, fesldent, eefiitally' located. ' -Pl*dg»d lo efilcieni and business like Handling of job if elected. 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