The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1948 · Page 16
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C~AI§6rw Upper 5e» Molnw Tuesday, May 11, 1946 75 At LuVerne Junior-Senior Banquet, May 5 LuVotnc—The LuVerne school auditorium was the setting for tile junior-senior banquet Wednesday evening, May 5, The Dutch motifs were used for the decorations. The wishing well, windmill, wooden shoes of tulips were used and the picture showed much ability and work on part of the juniors and their sponsor who were hostesses. The following program was given with Weston Noble serving as toaslinasler. The junior welcome was given by Clifford Hanson and Merlyn Swanson gave the senior response. The senior f.wingslers Robert Carstenscn, Earl Gronbach, Darrell Nielsen, Merlyn Swanson, James Phillips, Robert Perganda, Gcraldine Henderson and Barbara Meyer rendered two numbers, "Heart Aches" and "Boogie Woogie Borcco- li". Jei ry Thompson, junior, gave a toast t:> girls and Denise Carroll, junior. »ave a toast to boys. Dt.'lorus Lund, •senior, sang "Now Is tin.' Hour", accompanied by Mr. Nobk\ Biirbara M9ycr gave rc'ininisrini;. After the dinner the seniors, juniors ami their invited guests enjoyed an evening of dancing. The n.n!ph Easton oi'chestra of Kpin.-e:- lui-nishccl the after dinner dancing music from 9 p. m. to the wee hours. Dclores Lund Dorothy Nielsen and Cl if fore Hanson assist! cl llu- orcliesti'a with several vocal numbers. Tin.-- Iv.nn.iK-t \vhich was a spring triod chicken dinner was served by a group of mothers of the Band Mothers club to 75 guests. Band Mathers To Elort T_h^ Srrsd M jihers ch.b wili fro i !'i the science room al rtie LuVcrns school house Wednesdry evening. May £2. Th- hoiirssss for ihe ni36ting will b2 in? Mcsdaines Wood, Irv'n Bsrton end Ted Trun- elle. The eniena.'nmeni be in charge of Mrs. Clarence Kfause and Mrs. Edward Lenl Election of officers will lake place and each member i* requested id be present. Evangelical Women Meet . The Women's Society of World Service of the Evangelical United Brethren church met in the church rooms Thursday afternoon, May 6 with a good attendance. The roll call was a Bible verse pertaining to the Christian home, as this was-Family Week of the church. The devotions were led by Mrs. Albert Hefti and the lesson was given by Mrs. Walter Hefti. The business meeting was presided by the president of the society, Mrs. Fred Merkle. Florence Hof had requested more recipes be handed in for the book the ladies are planning to publish. Refreshments were served by the hostess Mrs. Lawrence Marty. Back From Hawaii Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Nelson have returned from California where they flew by plane lor a vacation and business trip combined to Hawaii. They spent a few days at the horn;.' of Mi's. Nelson's pa- onts Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal. On Monday they went to Ames tc visit Mr. Nelson's parents. Thursday they left for their new home in Norfolk, Virginia. Mr. Nelson will be engaged in research work in the instrument department al Langley Field near Norfolk. He jui't graduated from a course of training at Iowa State college at Ames in March. The two small children of the Lyle Nelson's. Lary and Linda, •vcrc rarcd for by their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal and Hunt Benona Neal during their parents absence. The children and Miss Neal started on the trip to California with Mr. and Mr? Nelson, when -Larry Nelson tin ''our yea 1 / (.Id son. was iak T -.uckKn'.v ill and i-ur-m'tted to a' appcnde torn.' at Darant. Okla The ehi'dren oncl their aunt returned to the Neal homo her 1 while their parents r<n'i'iu~d or. their p'anned tiip to Hawaii. A Cuiz Program-Dinner The .voting married group of _ the LuVerne township Farm Bu- i reau had « ? o'clock dinner Wednesday, April 28 at the prisoner 6f war camp at Algona. Those attending were the Messrs and Mesdames Raymond Legler, John Voss Jn, Roland Lena, Alvin Klein and Alvm Weber. A discussion on officers of the county was held. The hour of em tertainmertt was a Dr. 1. Q. pt-o* gram of truth and consequences, The question aboUt Iowa used on the quiz was much enjoyed. This group meets once a month and the next meeting 'will be held in LuVerne. Hear'Interesting talks The general ' meeting of' the Women's Sopiety of Christian Service of the v jMethodist church was held i'ttj/the church rooms Wednesday .Aftltnoon, May 5. The genital 'president, Mrs. George Wolf'presided at the business meeting. The devotions on subject "Whose Daughters Are Not Afraid" was led by Mrs. Edward Hot. A very interesting talk was given by Mrs. Ray Stone on the lesson subject, "Women in Paths of Service." Lunch was served by the hostesses the Mesdames Harry Lich- f.y, Fred Zwetifel, Thcouore John- ion. Raymond Legler and Wilson Legler. Evening Star C'rcle The Evening Star circle of the Women's Society of Christian Service Of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Wilder Rock- .vood Thursday-evening, May 13. The devotions will be held by Mrs. Ray Agard and the lesson will be given by Mrs. Bryce Wickett. 17 Jewel, RGP, stainless steel back, gold hands and numbers. Extra heavy crystal. $27.75 17 Jewel, stainless stce! back, sweep second hand, luminous Heine's oncl figures. Water repellent. Leather strap or expansion band. $29.75 Yellow R.G.P. stainless steel back, black hands, gold figures. Leather band. ^Bfc^^^H^fcwH ^Bir ^Ur GIFTS -WATCHES -WATCH REPAIR 20 Take Examinations The county eighth grade examinations were given by the teacher Genora Roland to the class at the school house Thursday. There are 20 in the class One immber of the class Gary Bia k was rnablc to take Iht. J.C'Sts. Garv. son of Mr. and Mrs "a'.ph Black is convalescing at us Home alter submk.ing tj f ".on.--.i!lt'clomy recently. «• .ier> For Cla'ss P^&y Mrs. Willard Zciglcr and daughter Fiances of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Tje.an NoreiV), Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer and son Randy of Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nercm of Corvvith, all came to attend the LuVerne senior class play in which the ladies' sister, Delores Lund, was a member of the cast. After the play they all went to the Home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. /O. S. Ltjnd. Ice cream and cake was served. Returns For Visit John Brink of Fremont, Iowa, was in town late Thursday afternoon greeting old friends. John i;' low associated with a well knowr. 0 cl eo: n company. He with Mr? 1 in.: an.l son Richard fa/m.c hi; Many farm one mile weal o ir.vn ior s;:vcri'.l years. Two Nov.- Eab'es Mf. anj Mrs. I'.obc: t Cody ar '.he pa ents of pound .laughter bo n Monday morfiin;.- May 3. Th.c baby \'/as nsin -d 1J. bra Kay. Thev have two son. Robert and James. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lodden became the parents 01 their firs' chi'd. a s'-n born at the Lythei an hospital in Fort Dodge "Wednesday. May 5. Mr. Lodden is associated with the R. E. A. plant recently built at Galbraith. They moved to the J. L. Lichty house early this spring. Onriiery Ass'n To Meet The LuVerne Cemetery Society will hold its regular Mav meeting at the town hall Thursday afternoon. May 13. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mrs. H. E. Peitzke, Mrs. John Ramus and Mrs. A. A. Schipull. Al Nurses' Graduation Mr. and Mrs. Herman Warmbier, sen Wayne and daughters Maxine and Joan attended the graduating exercises of the class of nurses at the Mercv hospital in DCS Moines Surday. Their daughter Arlene was a member of the class. She will complete her three year course ; n August. Others ai- trndina included Mr. and Mrs AYE! LADDIE, HERE'S NEW OUTBOARD RELIABILITY! Now, for the first time, you can buy an outboard motor with the kind of performance and reliability you have-expected only from fine motor cars. Scott-Alwalcr's new 19-18 motors give you one-pull start- iiiBevery time. Mileanhourtrolling, speeds up to i:i to '20 miles an hour, depending on model. Bother-free, all-weather operation! One demonstration will convince you that here's the motor for you at a price you can afford. See it nowl Atwater Scott-AtwoUr 1»?0 D«lv«i Twin- All.rnglt Firing. TVi h.p. (O.B.C. C.rtlfl.d @ 4,«>0r.p.qi.) M?Jlnjl«» »li» ovglloblt. APPLIANCES Harlan and State Phone 399 i ', . v> » ," ' x *M4 >>y Marry Chfteteft*^ Mf,^m M>8. John Men* afid son t^vift-- anil daughter Mrs. Willed ftfrfis of Council Bluffs, Mr, anUMft,*ffcd Orottbach, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pergande of Algoha, Mite Society. MMilng The Ladies Society of the 2ion Lutheran church met 1ft the church rooms Thursday afternoon, May 6. There was a good attendance and one 'guest Mrs. Ernest Meyer Ji-, present, The usual business meeting was conducted and reports 'read. The pastor the Kev. L. Wittenberg, Had charge of the missionary lesson. Mrs. L. Wittsnberg, hostess, served refreshments. Ascension Day Service Ascension Day, Thursday, May 3 was observed when a( religious service was held at the Zion Lutheran church that- eVenmg. The pastor the Rev. L. Wittenberg delivered a sermon to his congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Hefti, daughter Marilyn and son Marlin accompanied by Weston Noble attended a Northwest Iowa District Locker meeting held t in Mason City recently. s Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty went to Mason City Tuesday taking their granddaughter Dona Lichty to her home after she spent the past week here. . Dr. and Mrs. Jonn M. Skogmo spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines attending a state dental meeting 1 . Mrs. Mary Studer of Canada Mrs. Ralph Ballard of Redwood Falls, Minn., accompanied by their sister Mrs. Anna Sankey of LuVerne drove to Des Moines to visit their sister Mrs. Grace Ramus who is a patient in a hospital there. Mr. and Mvs. Howard Smith and son John left Tuesday morning for a visit of several weeks at the he me of Mrs. Smith's pa- ••ent", Mr. and Mrs. John Milliron of Beaver. Pennsylvania. Mrs. Waller Ruger is now ron va'es ing at her farm homo.no-tr :-ast of town after an operation it the Mercv hospital in Mason Citv. . beri, Mr, and MM. ¥h§t& kette $M f&ffil&'attertttetf tfte &S d &* JH?$^ * aflerttedn el Mm fhefs SdhMkeftbeif^s Sister MiSs Effort Bttketi, daughter of Mr. and Kffs.'M6ftin Beeke^ 6! Burt, to Rftt3fc66 Mawdaley Jr, el Bttft at- the Presbyterian chufch. The Rev. K, Mill .lead the service. Mrs. ftpbert Lux and daughter Pamela Kay returned Sunday evening from a week spent with relatives in South Dakota. Mr, Lux drove' up to 1 bring them home. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Thaves and daughter of Mason City spent Fridtfy night and Saturday afthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen. They also visited Mrs. Victor Rodemaker of Algona, a sister of Mrs. Thaves and Mrs. Nielsen. . Mr. and Mrs. Wilder Rockwood and twin daughters Elaine • and , , Pergdftde I find' Meyer look potiHA Jefcft Meyef ,la wiiiidtnaeft Motsaay when Deit« n& Jedrt will go joM-witti he* sister Mrs. John, Selbjr fof sevef* al weeks. Mrs. Selby h&s be6h ill aftd confined in a hospiWl <ln Knoxvllli* but 'is novtf 'able tb' be at her h6ttie. Janice Safiford, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franbea Sanfotd of Badger, spent several days hero visiting 6t the hohie of her f randparents'Mr. and Mrs, Frank anford. Janice returned to her home Thursday. Mn, and Mrs. Ralph Morgan of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. William Tjadett 'of West fiend were recent supper guests in the home WE CAN FIX YOUR McCORMICK-DEERlNG TRACTOR MAGNETO. BRING IT IN FOR REPAIR. IT'LL GO OUT JUST LIKE NEW. SEE US FOR SERVICE. ment Co. Walt and Deb Hall COMMERCIAL ST. PHONE 52 »''fMrf4sr ehfite William Jasbar Vaughny ff-firten flfid fianftld\ Kruse te$, F6rt U&die ftrtd ,HUW* sday! they ate the' in charge of th6 hew, Memorial Gate td bd installed at 1 tlte iBlr'anee to the LuVcrne ' They hope to have the Mitt , Miss Aftna Weltd, Agafd .attended the f .b^nqti^t ef the church itt Eagle Grove with her mother Mrs. Cy ril Woddson, Thilfsday. •jV "The man who thirties to conserve his f.Calth by uselessness and case does not difFSl? (torn him who guards his eyes by not seeing, and-his voice by not speaking,,,. Least of all is it to be assumed that laziness is healthful, if it destroys what health aims at; and it is not true that inactive people are mote healthy." This excefpt from Plutarch's essay Advice About Keep* itigWell, written over 2,000 years ago, might have been .wHttcn yesterday, Had mediciac and pharmacy been as well developed then as they ate today, we are certain he would have stressed the value of a periodic physical examination by a qualified physician. By the same reason* ing, it is wise to take your prescription to a registered pharmacist for export compounding. We arc prescription! specialists. • ' » ' 5 re e i PHONE ALGON&, IOWA ?, don't mind admitting we've been pretty proud of our big Fireball straight-eight engine. A lot of brain-sweat went into making it lively — and as for Micropoise balancing is Buick's own method ol identically balancing the complete engine offer assembly /o superfine limits. smoothness', we don't know of any power plant that gets the loving care lavished onthisMicropoiscd* beauty. So we thought we knew the song and the feel of an engine as smooth as automobile engines could be. Then — well, then our engineers came up with Hi-Poised mountings and really opened our eyes — and cars. idling speed, you havp to shush all conversation and cock an alert ear to make sure the engine's running. Rolling along the road, the whisper of your tires rises higher than this smoothie's contented murmur. More than that, you find that the whole ride seems smoother, quieter,, mor ; e restful and easy in these tidy ?48Buicks. . ' • . :''"' '-..i ; !- ,•.•'--. ; . '<-: . You soon discover that it's unnecessary to case yourself over rough spots where ordinarily you would engage in a little extra clutch work, while many a little shudder that used to pass for clutch chatter has been wiped away. In short, as one owner has put it, "Now it seems that Fireball power is wearing velvet gloves!" Add , • . * all this to other things — to llfuslrotod is the Bulck SUPM with 115 hp. Hi-Poised Flraball siralghl-clghf. White sidewall tires, as shown, available al extra cos/; steady-going size and weight, to gentle coil springing, v to big, cushiony low-pressure tires on the widest rims in the jndustry — and you've got something top good to miss. i f So we suggest — get your hands on a '48 Buick, any '48 Quick, and see just what we mean. You'll meet a ride story so , sweetly convincing, you'll want to get an order in — but quick! And you can do that, you know, with or without a car o trade. • Juno In HENRY J. TAYLOR, Mutual Network, Mondayi and Fridays WAe/r better automobiles are built BUICK will build them Jones and State HELP AMERICA PRODUCE FOR PEACE-TURN IN YOUR SCRAP IRON AND STEEL KIRK AUTO CO. BUICK alone has all these features * DYNAfLOW DRIVE <o f n,»i, it***,.,* s.rt«> * TAPER-THRU STYLING is,,,, ,«(««(„„,„> * VIBRA-SHIELDED RIDE * SAfETY-RIDE RIMS * HI-POISED FIREBALL POYJER' * ROAD-RITE BALANCE * RIGID TORQOE.TUB6 * QUADRUfLEX COIL SPRINGING * SOUND-SORfER TOP LINING tsw ,»<i ««j,,.,i«,j *DUOMATIQ SPARK ADVANCE * fLEX-flT OIL RINGS * TEN SMART MODELS * BODY BY WHER 4 * t t t t I « I 4 t * 4 * "Algona/ low* Bring Your Car to Kirk Auto Co. ( • -, * LUBRICATION WASHING MOTOR TUNE4JP ANTI-FRIEZE ' BATTERY SERVICE MOTOR OVERHAUL WHEEL BALANCING KIRK AUTO CO. Complete Line of U. S. R^YAL TIRES Ride the "Air-Ride" Way U$ 5HOW YOU WHY U, S, ROYALS ARE \- H Algona, Iowa -,s *, ^ '-f 1 ••• "^'-*'<•***,ji '•l^i

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