The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1948 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 18, 1948
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Upper Des Tuesday, May 16, 1948 Heel lands Are Honored At Lakofa Party By Mrs. J. H. Warburion Lakola—The American Legion nncl Auxiliary honored Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo Heelland with a party at the city hall Friday rvcning. A program of group .siiiRinft was enjoyed.. Mrs. Fred Sehrooder Rave a resume of work done by Mr. and Mrs, Hoetland dtirinfi their 14 years (if service- in the organization and she also Rave some of the high- littlits of 1'ieir work and presented them with a beautiful silver vegetable dish as a momento of their love and appreciation. Mr. find Mrs. Heetland each responded and the remainder of the evening was spent playing court whist. Lunch was served at a late hour. A guest log was presented to the honorees. Bnccalanreaie Given— Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening at the school auditorium with the following program: Recessional, Marilyn Meyer; invocation, the Kov. K. H. Buschman; girls' glee club. O'Brcad of Life, Franck: sermon. The Secret of a Successful Life, the Rev. Buschman; recessional. * Acorn Club Meets Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht was hostess to the Acorn club at her home Thursday afternoon. Following roll call Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht. read a paper on Early American churches. The retiring president, Mrs. Harry Mussman, appointed the following committees for next year's calendars: Social, Mrs. F. F. Darnauer, chairman, Mrs. W. D. Ley. Mrs. Alton Anderson, and Mrs. V. A. Barrett; card and flower committee. Mrs. C. C. Geivema and Mrs. J. E. Ukena: music, Mrs. J. W. Cook; Mes- clames J. H. Warburton and Ed- Mar Inlay, publicity. Mrs. J. F. Whalen. DCS Moines. was a guest of the club. E. Smiths were their sons, Doctor William Smith and wife of Marathon, the Rev. Virgil Smith and family of St. Peter, Minn., and their daughter, Mrs. Herman Jutting and family. ' The Edwin Christs, Scarville, were Sunday visitors at Ernest Christ's. The Jerry Heetlands, th James Smiths, the DeVere Smiths and Mrs. C, A. Winte were dinner guests at Vernon Smith's, Sunday. Mrs. William Mabus had a Mothers Day guests, Sunday, he son Fred Mabus and wife, hei son Will Mabus and wife, her daughter, Mrs. Dave Patterson and family, her daughter, Mrs Bert Wirtjes and family, and Mr and Mrs. John Dorenbush. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Price anc son Jack of Dimcombo. visitec over the weekend at the home of the former's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. M. T. Price, east of town Mrs. Price has been sick for several days and is bed. Mesdamcs Will Mabus, Glen Mabus and William Mabus Si were Algona shoppers, Friday. Mother's Day visitors at Harry Mussman's were Mrs. Mussman mother, Mrs. F. C. Keister, tht Harold Keisters and the DeVere Keistcrs, all of Elmorc. Carl Meyer had one leg injured Saturday when a tractor he was driving on a short turn tipped over, catching his leg and bruising it badly. Walter Leslie and his mother. Mrs. A. B. Leslie, drove to Marquett Saturday for the weekend with Mrs. Leslie's daughter and family, the G. S. Underkoflers. Mrs. J. F. Whalen left Sunday lor her home at Des Moines after a week's visit with relatives here, at Elmoro, Swea City, etc. Returns to California Edgar Inlay took Mrs. Inlay's mother. Mrs. George Gray "to Fort Dodge Friday, where she took a train to her home at VVhittier. Calif. Mrs. Gray has been a visitor at the Inlays for lor the past six weeks and cared lor the family while Mrs. Inlay was in the hospital with the new son. Girl is Baptized The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Boettcher was bapti/.ed at the morning service at Lutheran church. Sunday. The name given was Vicky Lvnn. Father Seriously Dr. and Mrs. were called (lav by a Williams' liams, was came' home turned to and report id. Ill R. L. Williams to Fort Dodge Satur- message that Doctor father, Edgar Wil- seriously ill. They that evening and re- Fort Dodge Sunday his condition improv- Hocppnor Baby 111 Emma Gutknecht was called In Melvin last week Wednesday bv the serious illness of the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Hoeppner. The baby was taken to the hospital for two days and was released and they came here Saturday for the weekend. Mr. Hoeppner returned to his school duties Sunday, but Mrs. Hoeppner and the baby remained here for a few 'days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hert/ke drove to Des Moines. Friday, taking Lou Thaves to the Veteran's hospital there. Mr. Thaves has not been well for two weeks suffering with a heart ailment. Ali-.n. 5-yi-ar-oId son of Mr. and Mrs. Albin Nelson, was ill last week with pneumonia, but is improving. Bruno Sleeker and Alfred Christ have been ill in bed the past ten davs with mumps. A real epidemic of mumps is prevailing in this vicinity. Red Cross Elects Tlii' animal Red Cross election was held last week Monday afternoon at the town hall' and •Mrs. I. E. Wortman was elected president, Mrs. A. C. Schisel. secretary, and Mrs. F. F. Darnauer, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shanor of Mason_City were Sunday visitors a \V. E. Lev's. Mrs. Shanor was lormerly Florence Sarchet. Tlie Ben Storbys, Ames, were Saturdav afternoon visitors at F.dgar Inlav's. Thev were on their way to Lake Mills to spend Mother's day with Mr. Storby's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hedge and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hedge and daughter, all of Jackson, Minn were visitors ot the Inlays, Sunday alternoon. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman spent Mother's clay weekend with their sons John and Don at St. Paul, Minn., where the boys uiv^ attending Macalester college. CIus Torine had as supper guests. Saturdav evening, Mrs .1. F. Whalen. Des Moines, Harry Warburton. Elmore, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Lakota. Mesdames W. E. and W. D. Ley entertained at a coffee party Saturday afternoon honoring Mrs. Gc-or-e Heetland at the W. D. Leys. Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland and Rodney and Mrs. Arlis Nurri- attended church in Sunday and had dinner with Airs. Conrad Gabel. Mothers Day visitors at the J. Society Notes Townsend Meeting— Algona Townsend Club No. 1 Mrs. Rudy Gaeders. president, were hosts to a 6th District Gct- rogcther on Sunday, May 9th. with Mother's day as the theme. Mrs. A. M. Anderson, (ith dist- ict chairman was guest speaker. Bernard Weaver and Dennis Gae- ders presented the colors. An impressive devotional service was made under the direction of Rev. Gilbert Kuyper of the Presbyterian church. Official welcome was tendered by Leighton Misbach, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. Various reports were given by people from other cities. Don Hutchison rendered a sonq in keeping with Mother's day. Each mother present was presented with a corsage 'and every shut-in-mother to be given a corsage also. Mrs. Grace Carney was the eldest lady present, Mr. Thorsen of Humboldt, the eldest gentleman, and- Billie Gaeders, the youngest person present. The ones coming from the farthest distance were Mr. and Mrs. Raen- franz. They received a tooled leather billfold. Miss Jean Holdren received the door prize a hand crocheted rug. At noon the group enjoyed a pot-luck dinner presided over by the ladies of the auxiliary, Church Circle Hostesses— Circle XI of the Methodist W. S. C. S. met at the church Wed- nesady evening. Hostesses were Mesdames Walter Freisner, Robert Simpson, and Frank Moultbn. A part of the time was spent decorating the dining room in preparation for the Mothers and Daughters banquet held Thursday evening. » >•? - /'-?! Girl Scout Breakfast— Members of Girl Scout troup 5 gave a breakfast Saturday, May (!, at Call State park with their mothers as guests in observance of Mother's day The girls went to the park at seven o'clock to prepare breakfast which was served at nine o'clock, the hour of arrival for the giiL-sts. Mrs. Thompson Hostess— Mrs. Loren Thompson entertained her sewing club members on May 7. Mrs. Lee Severson was a guest. Farewell Courtesy— Tho Vanguard class of the Baptist church met with Mrs. William Geering Tuesday evening. Assistant hostess was Mrs. John Schimmel and devotions were given by Mrs. Henry Furst. This was also a farewell i'or Mrs.-John Jurclon, who with her husband, is moving to Curlew where Rev. Jordon has a pastorate. He was presented with a gift. Pre-nuptial Honors— Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee and Mrs. W. J. Siijsbee save a miscel- aneous shower Friday evening t'oi; Ruth Bruellman who is to be married to Bob Sigsbee, May 30. The bride-elect's home at West Bend but for some time she has been living here and lias been -inploycd in the office at the Kent-Wheeler plant. Bob is a sun of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee and is employed with the Sigsbee plumbing firm. Extension Card Club— Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee entertained the "Eight Specks" curd club last week Wednesday evening. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Clara Pratt and Mrs. Jess Hill. First Aid Help Eight wheel chairs, eight hospital beds, two polio packs, an mhalator (for emergencies) and a fracture frame have been provided by the Algona Legion Auxiliary for free use of the sick and convalescent in the county. Except for the inhulator all of the equipment is now in use. and more could be placed if it were available. The inhalator is kept at Algona but other equipment is placed in different towns. Mrs. Ledyard | U. D. Brundagc of Algona should * u be contacted by persons wanting ' to use any of, the convalescent aids. f\ •'",,,' Move Ever Staffed itt Algona EVERYTHING in th THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY MAY 20-21-22 ENTIRE STOCK Savings! tl f 1" f 11 1 E 1 Hff bit i ittra % OFF LARGE tREDU POSITIVELY STORE-WIDE Thousands of Bargains 1 . ...20 ALL BRUSHES OILS AND % OFF 15 % OFF DICK POOL Asst. Mgr. STOCK Come at 9 A. M. Thursday! FREE REFRESH 10 ONLY T R L E ALL SIZES > 5V;" • • • . Served by Ladies of the First Lutheran Church There are no half-way measures about this sale! We are just put-' ting on a whale of an- event—with generous price reductions THROUGHOUT the Marshall-Wells Store, to introduce our new manager, Kelly Johnson, and our new assistant manager/ Dick Pocl (both of them well-known to all of you). Read through this large advertisement carefully—notice the prices—they are but a sample of what awaifStyou! Yes, you can come to Marchall-Wells v/ilh the full knowledge-that you are getting BARGAINS—real bargains! And we couldn't get everything in the ad eithcrl So hot-foot it for Marshall-Wells Thursday, Friday or Saturday—if will be well worth itl • '.••'•••-:• , ..'. V . ..;•: ,;.:. '. ' ',..-• ,: * S-' -.' it '"' ' . . •/ ^, \ > I, Regularly 59c 10 Qt. Pail They're Bath Size CANNON You housewives will know what an extraordinary ones — are great values at this price—but these are CANNONS' Favorite stripe combinations. WASH CLOTHS 2 for 15c Rubber Sink Mats 19c Fits into your sink—keeps dishes from chipping and breaking during dish-washing. Assorted colors to choose from during this sale! Auto Oil Filters Limited quantity of these national make auto oil filters. Special Price! 4.49 Look At This Price! MANILA HAY ROPE Not sisal rope . . . but fine quality manila rope thai you used to buy in pre-war days. Farmers—get your entire stock for the season at this special price! C LB. Auto Floor Mats 2.19 Special Price On Complete POLISH HEADS Fully galvanized ... a really strong pail that can lake plenty .of knocks. We are putting out a straight 20c price cut on these pails. Good quality Polish Head. Bron- ze-br aluminum. Shaft threaded al both ends. i ; i Uf'. *! Compare This Value! Paring Knife .-.,1.1,.,., " Hi carbon cuttery sieel . . . strong and sturdy. Black walnut handle. Will not rust or stain. Special! . • t. 25 % OFF Regularly $1.55. Auto-King Oil Two Gallons ay Regularly $3.95 GALLON SIZE Thermos . Just the thing for your hot weather needs. Keeps liquids hot or cold. But one now and save subsianiia 11 y in this salel If your present floor mat is worn, dress up your car with one of these long-wearing mats, Sizes to lit all cars. Very.speci- al low price for Manager's Sale! Quality Bam Paint 1.98 F V FORK HANDLE Regular 89c sellers. You are /'''buying a mighty good fork .^.handle here for just about half -usual cost! Stock up on two or three. t • Better .paint for .barns—and longer-lasting. In fact, it's the best barn paint you can buy, and in this sale you're buying it at a real saving! See it! GALLON IN FIVES Regularly $1,49 JACKS Gives you fast and efficient lifting. You'll get service and then some from this rugged, well-made bumper jack. Limited quantity of them at this price— so get in early! C Copper Boilers 5.95 REVERE WARE all copper wash boilers of heavy grade with copper cover to match, An outstanding value at this special Manager's Sale price! Tractor Lite Set 95 Complete tractor light outfit with two lights, generator, pulley belt. etc. Regularly this set sells for 529.95. See your saving! Folding Rules Regular 100 per cent distilled . . . wax free . . . no hard carbon. You can't buy better ' oil. Take advantage of this special,sale reduction this week! fit »»«*• KS i Here's a Value! ALL TYPES Carriage and Machine All sizes and all types of .Bolts go on .sale Thursday jnorning at this explosion price! Whatever you need in bolts—- tor ativ nurpose shop and SAVE I Regularly $1.1,5 6 IN. ADJUSTABLE Wrench Precision made from selected Steel. Useful 6-inch size. Buy now! ' . _ ., While It Lasts! CUP ASE Fill your current season grease needs now at this low per pound price. High 'quality grease to fit all your farm needs. Lb Regularly 50c C & ELLL STORES Whatever i^ou Need - For u ^5**-S •*'-'. ^V"."*"^ ECONOMY!/.. LOVELY COLORS! That's MARSHALL-WELLS Fortified Formula HOUSE PAINT. House point developed In the Northwest to standl.wj» under Northwest weqther epnditions. Easy to apply , , , »tay» fresh- looking longer. Comes in a variety of colors, both light and 'dark, Choose the best house paint. It's real economy, in the long run. Oef Mqrshqll'WelU FORTIFIEP fORMUlA House Point.' SENSATIONAL NEW PAINT BOOK FREE! Dozen* «f decorating suggestions and tip* for doing a. better painting job in "Haw ft PaW few Heme,", C«t your fRii copy today, Regularly $1.89 alvanized TUB 49 Strong, sturdy tubs that regularly sell for $1.83. If you need one, come early, as these are in limited quantity and will sell fast! 1 \ * A ' Very Specially Priced! SCRUB BRUSHES They get Ihe grime and pyrt put, and they are built IP last, At tfelf prise they wW ge like hot cakes! Oome tally i»r yp«r«J Tuesday, May 16, 1948 AI 9 6ha Upp&f Bii Maf School Year At Wesley Ends At Picnic On Friday By" Mrs. Viola Studer Wesley—Students and teachers of the public school enjoyed a picnic at the grounds Friday afternoon, closing the school activities. t The Commencement exercises •"ere held Wednesday evening, May 12. in the auditorium. Ruth Mary Goetz played the processional while the 12 graduates, dressed in caps and gowns marched through the auditorium 9nd on to the stage. Supt. Chas. Mullin spoke 'highly of the class, which he taught the past four years. The mixed chorus sang, "To Thee We Sing", accompanied on the piano by Ruth Mary Goelz snd "The Voice in the Old Village Choir", accompanied by Marjoric Bleich. Cheryl Meurer gave the Valedictory address, and Gary Marco, the class history as he was salutatoriah. The. girls' sqxtette sang "Serenade" and "With a Song in My Heart", accompanied by Ruth Mary Goetz. x / Rev. W. J. Menster of Corvvith gave the commencement address, i Supt. Chas. Mullin presented eighth grade diplomas to Ray- 7">nd Penning and Darrell Robinson. Dsrrell achieved Ihe honor of being neither absent nor tardy for the past four i years. Lael Root, president of the school board, presented diplomas to the 12 seniors. Ruth Mary Goetz played the Recessional. Attend Algona Parly Mrs. Clare R'obinson. Mrs. Paul Erdm'an, Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mrs. Oliver Young attended a party at the home of Mrs. Russell McDanel of Algona Thursday evening. Number of Parties Mrs. Robinson was host at a party Monday night, Mrs. Young had one Tuesday afternoon and Mrs. Charles Price Tuesday evening. Mrs. Will Hrubes was a hostess on Monday evening of last week. i -^u.._ Moves to Brainerd Paul Friberg left over the weekend for Brainerd, Minn., where he plans to live and to repair and redecorate a group of cabins owned by the Oscar Er- icksons of Elmhurst, 111. R. E NeWbrough trucked his car and other belongings up Saturday .morning-. /.,,,.., s Missionary Society The Catholic Missionary society met Tuesday afternoon, May 11, with Mrs. Roy Bornholt and Caroline Schuler as hostesses. At Slate Convention Mrs. John Hutchison attended a State Social Welfare convention at Cedar Rapids from Wednesday till Saturday of last week. Her, assistant, Mrs. Eugene Huber of Algona, accompanied her. Visit in Whittemore Marlene Bauer and Margaret Weber spent several days last week at the George Wellik home at Whittemore. Guests at Bauers Guests at the R. C. Bauer home Mother's Day were the Ed. Hrubes of Duncan, the George Welliks of WWttemore, the Herman Welliks of Garner, the Will Hrubes, and John Bauers of Wesley. Girl at Hauplmans * A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs.- Francis Hauptman Monday, May 10, at the Mercy hospital at Mason City. They now have a family of two boys and two girls. Mrs. Irene Studer is at the Hauptman home. Sailing For" -Norway Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Sev- erseike at Story -City on Mothers Day, Mr, and Mrs. Alne left the fore part of this week for New York City and will sail for Norway on the 22nd, where they will visit his realtives for two mc'iiths. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury of Britt will occupy the Alne home during their absence. At Ming|rei Show ,, The Senior class and Supt, and Mrs. Charles Mullin attended the f. ri tt Junior College Minstrel thej-e, Tuesday evening. Attend Commencement Mrs, Jscfc Robinson, Mrs. Pete Rpbinson Una Mr:s. ? Will Rob.jn- son, Q f Corwith attended, the Cojiuneneement exercises here Wednesday evening. The former lady's twin toother 8 nd sjstey, Parrel and CarreU Ercjman, were members of the class. Mr, and Mrs, Jpe M,eyrer and family visited h.»s mother, Mrs. Mary Meorer- it WWlternope. ph, Mjother's day, -* • sister, Mrs. Joe _ Tuesday morhing%L_ afternoon and attended''tfte; nation exercises of the __. class of tho , public school Wednesday ove'nirfg.'ssfrof hie<SL Chervil MeureY, is 'a nUrribei* of , the class. * Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lemke and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph? iRWfmer flf, .* Livermore also aftendea 1 fthi* etf*'' ercises Wednesday evertirtg.' ' Jim Meurer began working Ail the Ralph Kramer farm hoitfe near Livermore, Monday. He; completed his-junior year in the ! Wesley high school last week. , Mrs; Julia Prindville of Quifl- cy, 111., and Joe Meuhe of Callton, Mp., came Sunday, May &,' to visit their brother J. B. Meuhe, who is seriously ill at the General hospital at Algona. Masses during the • summef months will be at 7:30 and 9:30 instead of at 8 and 10 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne visited relatives in Minneapolis Thursday and Frjday. Mrs. Silas Espe of StorV City spent the weekend here with her sister Mrs. Sam Alne and family. Ladies of the Methodist church will serve a cafeteria noon lurieh' and supper on Saturday, June 5, at the church. yisitors at the U. E. Marco home Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Graham of Lake Park. Thev attended the commencement exercises that evening. Their nrnhew. Gpry Marco, was a member of the senior class. Mr. and Mrs. Lou, Carman and Mnrcia Berrvhill nf T,ivermore ; attended the graduation exer- oi-^ s H^,.« Wednesday , ryening. John Carman v/as a graduate. Mrs. Ella Perkins returned home last week from a three weeks visit with relatives at Omaha, her former home. Mrs. Perkins is Mrs. Vee Mulling mother. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin drove to Minneapolis, Minn. Saturday to visit their son and dauphter- in-lsw. Mr. and Mrs. Thayer Mullin. The young couple suffered the loss of a baby girl, born to them on May 11. Mrs. V. Mullin stayed for a week's visit and he came home Sunday. The Stitch and. Chat Circle of the Methodist church ; have changed their circle name to "The Merry Mixers", which is much easier to say correctly. Their May meeting will be at the Vee Mullin home. , Mrs. Grace Helm, who has been- at the home of her brother, Guy M. Butts several weeks, is now visiting relatives at Plymouth. She will visit here again before leaving .for. her home at Willis, Tex. • Homer Laws'on and son BoB returned home Tuesday evening from a week's visit with their* son and brother s Dick Lawson, and family, at St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Marion Hall of Hanlontown and Mrs. Melvin Rye of Forest City visited Mrs. L. L Lease Saturday, May 8, The ladies are sisters. { Visitors at the Julius" Mate ' home on Mother's Dav were Mr and Mrs. Oswald Lallier of Alfona and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brummond of Kanawha. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Al Thompson were dinner guests of the latter's sister and brother.-inplaw, ' Mr. /'' and Mrs. Jesse Scott at Corwith, ' Sunday, and attended t;he Royal ,/ Neighbor memorial service at the Methodist church. •' Mr. and Mrs. Theocore Thomp- * son recently visited Mrs. Martha ' Larson, mother of Mrs. Thompson, at Eagle Grove. Viola Heller went to Seymour, Saturday, to visit her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs; Earl Berg. June 1, she will leave for Kansas ' City, Mo., where she will -be employed with the Aetna Life Insurance»Co. A^'U* mEvere " Le e and Mrs. Mitch Taylor attended a shower at Fenton, Thursday, for Georgia Gerhart, who is to ' be married May 23, to LeRoy Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor had as guests last weekend Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Brown of Trenton Mo., parcnts_.of Mrs. Taylpr. Mrs. Vivien Moore went to Sioux City, Thursday, where sh£ will visit friends for ten daVs while on vacation from her 'work at the Thompspn Distributinl Co. office. ' t f ' Weekend quests of Mr.' an I Mrs. John Thuente were their daughter Jacqueline, > her room . mate Veronica Cotter of Omsha, Neb., and Bill Sangwin ot- Che*. , |okee. The women a/e in nurseV I training at Ct. Catherine's hos~ pital. F, M, Holt has been', at Jh» Veterans hospital the past wgefc having a check-up, on a ygrg tropical disease acquired ., whjje , m service. It is expected. t ]ie;wflJL/) h ' . eariy; j-.- f r-ji ;--<- -• • - • 'jj »,• t •- t , f,\ * ."Lf. !;' ^ } '._ ^ _ ^ , // / ^, l^^^'-^f/^ . rs. R., £ Newbrough 3^ j n tighter Uiwia tee weye OQ*Wre4 gt 3 shower evening- at the Bridge wag played, be hpme again week, Mr|, J, day from VIHIOUS where she had tjves and week|, v The uwrtmmt a pome. Mr. Lytle js the qurnrningi ' . visitors ^as$ week daughter an4 Mrs

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