The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1948 · Page 10
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Upper D*» Mtttnes ..,. Tuesday, May 25, 1948 Daily Vacation Bible School Is Open at LuVerne LuVerne — The Evangelical United Brethren, Presbyterian and Methodist churches Daily Vacation Bible school opened Monday morning, May 24 at 9 a. m., in the LuVerne school building. , There will be classes in the following grades: kindergarten, primary, intermediate and junior grades. The theme for the study will be "Thq Church". To New Mexico On Trip To Canaaa Mr. and Mrs. Cecil B. tluff left 1 Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund and Wednesday noon for a vacation of two weeks from their duties at their cafe here. They went to AlatVlogordo, New Mexico, to Vis- It their son and daughter-in-law $gt. Cecil B. and Mrs. Huff. S.gt. tluff is still in the army and located there. Florence Hinz, Mrs. Earl John and Mrs. Herman Hinz Jr. arc in charge of the Huff cafe during their absence. c Buys Grocery In Badger * Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanfqrd, their son-in-law and cjaitghter Mr. and Mrs. Iryin McCfoWari went to Badger Friday to attend a conjmunity picrj'ic held there. Mr. Sanford has purchased a grocery store in Badger and is remodeling the store now. He expects to move his family there in the near future. The McGowan family will move there to assist in the business. NO. 95 OF A SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County WILMER P. THILGES Even in Kossuth county, where you Hnd many farms that have been in one family for years, almost 100 consecutive years of farming by one family is something of a real record. Wilmer Thilges, 29, is the third generation of his family to farm the Thilges place of 230 acres ip Riverdale township. He has been in partnership with his brother Walter for the oast four years. Wilmer was born and raised on the present place —or at least he says "that's what they tell me." His father, the laie H. M. Thilnes, was born there before him, and before that his pioneer grandfather came to the place in the davs of the Indians. Mrs. Kaihryn Thilges. Wilmer's mother, is on the farm with the boys. This year the Thilges brothers have 130 acres in corn, 90 acres in oats, cmd will have about 30 in beans. They feed 30 head of Herefordl cattle, and have some 80 little pigs. They milk 8 cows. Wilmer says that for a start this looks like a good crop year, bur he can't tell too much yet. He is an ardent fisherman, and plies this hobby as much as he can between work sessions in the fields. Are You Above The Average? The average family owns $850 in Government bonds, has $550 tucked away in the bank for the future, and $350 in a bank account for current use. Most families have a good banking connection, too. We are always at your service at this safe, confidential and friendy banking institution. IOWA SiT Your Safe and Confidential Bank flALPH MILLER, President QI^MORE. Cashier ROY McMAHQN, Asst. Ceshiei daughter Delores Lund \vent to Badger, Minn.^ Thursdfay tftorn- ihg tp'visit jwr, Luhf '$ bfolher ^6rg^r Lund end fsw%. ?h e ™° Lurtd famuies wijl c[r(Ve l|p into 'Canada for a few days' trip, 'On Fishing trip Dr. John M, Skogmo, Guy Gjd- dings and Mauiiicp Thompspn l§ft Wednesday afternoon for a {wo weeks fishing trip in northern Minnesota, close to the Canadian line. • Dr. and Mrs. Jack Harris and daughter patricia left Thursday fpr a few days fjshing in Minnesota. Ifejyweds Visit la LuVerne Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Merkle, recently married in Flat Rock, Ohio, enroute to their home in St. Paul, Minn., arrived Thursday for a few days at the George and Esther Merkle hutne and other relatives here. Circles To Clean Church The ladies of the three circles of the Women's Society of Christian. Service of the Methodist church will all gather at the church Friday, May 28, to clean the church. A pot luck dinner will be served at noon. Adam Zwiefel 111 Adam Zwiefel became suddenly ill Tuesday afternoon and was taken by ambulance to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. He was given a blood transfusion. Mr. Zwiefel has been suffering with stomach ulcers. He spent some time at the Mayo hospital in Rochester, Minn., earlier this spring receiving medical treatment. He had planned to go to Rochester this weekend for check-up when he was taken suddenly ill. Mrs. Baddley Breaks Hip Friends of Mrs. William Baddley will be sorry to learn that she fell recently while visiting at a farm home near Lake View and suffered a broken hip. It is thought the injury will require long convalescence in bed. The Rev. Baddley was a former pastor of the • LuVornc-Livermorc Methodist churches. He is now serving as pastor of the Lake View church. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Larimer accompanied by their grandson and granddaughter Norman and Rita Larimer visited tulip time in Pella recently. Mrs. Robert Bigings went to Livermore Tuesday and spent the day at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hewitt. Mrs. Hewitt has just recently returned from Iowa City where she spent the past four weeks at the university hospital where she underwent surgery and received medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engel, Mrs. Aaron A. Stuessy and Mrs. A. W. Dimler went to Carroll Tuesday to attend the spring cor(- ference of the Legion Auxiliary. They stopped in Jefferson and called on Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Kruse. The Kruse family owne the Corner Store hei-^sH^^ ago. Marie Hunt who has been employed at the DeGroote-Cody general store for the past few weeks has now given up that work. She is now assisting with the care of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen. Mrs. Earl Neal also helps at the Allen home. Mrs. Karl Gates of Crystal Lake visited from Tuesday until Thursday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mike Boge and her brother the Ralph Boge family. John Zwiefel of Rochester, Minn., came Tuesday to visit his brother Adam Zwiefel and t'am- ily. Mrs. Verne Stone, son Keith Stone and grandadughter Karene of Mason City spent Friday at the home of Mrs. H. E. Peitzke, mother of Mrs. Stone. Edward Allen left Tuesday for Oakdale where he will spend some time fecejvlfitf^ffielJlM fcl**** 6m* &*m treatment atthe Sanitarium' fh^ B . NSW 9mT\ fOT *»r. aftd W. P. S. •»--»•—! - Fr •**" weekend gyats of, therr s dCu|htef-ffl-mw Mr.- ««I •MSft Limd HI Ta'ifca'o. Mrs. William Lhnz.of came Thursday to visit home of her brothe^-in-J niece George and B)s'|het Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Mc Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mr. and Mrs. SYaf)k rn' ' ,. -hursdav morn »ys fishing m Miji, , James ctyrran, $oft df MM. Joseph Otj'rfatt; Momes from Pearii waji. He was called serious' illness of- his is a jbatient at "-'- ' 1 fjital m Algoria. Mr. and Mrs. accompanied' by •sister Mrs. yoyd ... _ ,, ington went tq P^oria; JlL, Whefe they visited the ladles' sister M£s. AtfrS. Schwing. Another' '$is^tet' Mrs. Quilhot of Ch'ica^O \^a.s 'fjl^q visiting there. Emma Marty has returned tcj ner home after being in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge fpr medical treatment. ' Vicky Jo, daughter of Mr. ajicf Mrs. Francis Wolrob of '^pi''' Vfernon was chrisferted Sqnday the Zion Lutheran church '**" ' r^e'v. L. Wittenberg. The s^ ,... were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dbd'cls gr^n* s. IT H; of Algona. Vicky Jo is the daugh Hintz. . ., Mrs. Verne Tqqhey ertterta.ihed ten girls in her home' Saturday afternoon* honoring her daughter Mary's birthday. .She.jre.C'GlVed many nice 'gifts., R£fmnrrie'hts : wore served. ' ' " '' . • Junior Qiddings, son of'MiVcjnd Mrs. ' Guy Giddings, has gone to Minnesota to spend a couple weeks 'visiting with an aunt.: Mrs. Hugh Shirk drove over to, Charles City Friday 'wherfe she .spent the day visiting her sister Mrs. Bentley DeMars and family. Mrs. Ralph Boge and son Bobby went to Fort Dodge ThursHayr Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waiburger,i parents of Mrs. Bage purchased' a, home in Fort Dodge and were moving there that day. The Wai. burgers had been living hi Gqw- rie where they had a tavern which they sold recently. Barbara Sanford returned to her home here Wednesday after she recently underwent an appendectomy at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr., and Mrs. Lloyd Jackson received word of the death. of Mrs. Anna Jackson at Greenville, 111. She was the grandmother of Mr. Jackson. Norman Larimer has gone"': to Des Moincs where he will be employed during summer months.: Colonial's New ALl FURNACE A complete and eco.nprnical forced air system that cai} be easily converted, fro.rn coal to gas or oil. BURP^ COAL NOW and change to GAS or OIL later if you, wish. LAING & MUCKEY Phone 464 North Dodge tsfuneip time! Y ES, it's time to have our skilled Ifol- •' >-, >. jg|'. ^' , chanics give your car a. Spring tune^up," They'll use proper equipment and factory engineered and inspected parts. They'U do the job quickly and correctly. Then, when you're ready for the open rpad, your u car will be ready, top}' HOENK MOTORS West of Court House . l Phone 391 " H. L. Hoenk Tune in "The Adventures of Christopher every week on nil CIS Stotions '*'' * •"'''' rr/^tft'.i^r.^T-'.v 5 /< : f;/"7^.'"^ st^E^TO ; Jt git§JLife fti $$«&&* ^y born at the Charles Staudef Home. He h,«S been hlmed Rogef Jphfi. M>* ( ' LeBoy Niurnari" ftnd her son. *re staging a{ tn$ home of Mr. Nauman'd parent^ Mr. and Mrs. Gfeo.rge ?ISHmah of $artprpft. etutn; To Mrs.'Leh4 Meyers' who has been making her home with'he'f a£i\igK- ter at Owa'tpnha, Minn., re(;Urried tp her h,pr?ie here Honor Bfide-To-Be A miscellaneous shower , was held in honor of Claire De'itering at the Legjpn rooms Thursday XJtefi «*«!•• ^Iftdrdinifei. HJTiotWi'iMs •"* Murphy's Wi isiting with Mrs mother Mrs, VasWd i, t. , Pra'nk ttarJS'Sn of Omaha took his' motto Mfs. Charles Hflrtsen to the KosSUlh hospital at Algona Thursday. Friday" she" was taken & th* utrieralH Iibsp"lffirt W f '" ' children who \wSfjBr i)nabje to receive r tfiei¥ fifat hojy' communlorf with ,the g"fdup'b§', cause of illness, wiU Be aple to ^q so Sunday. " Mr^, Jfick Ktachbotiw and daughter Delpres of Ledyard visited Fridftv at the Lawrence Ejergman h,ome. lyirs, Bob Binzen qnd her infant daughter" returned hdm'e from the Holy Family hospital at Esthervil!e, - v f> Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Stauder, Mr. and Mrs.'' Herbert Schiltz, Mr. and Mrs. W- E. Quinn, Mrs. Brid- From where I sit .„ Joe Marsh It's Leap Year, Girls! First gjrl in pur to\yn to "get her jnan" on Leap'Year was the Clippers' daughter* Jane, who wed Bill Webster's boy lasi Saturday. When I asked Bill Jr. if it wns true tharJaney really did the proposing, Bill said: No, but she rnadc it plain she'd make an ideal wife. Instead of looking for diversion or excitement every evening, she was content to chat beside the fire. ''I could plainly see,".says Bill, "that we'd really have a happy home life—which is just exactly what I want from marriage." J I know it's usual for older folks to shake thoir heads over the younger generation. (It's gone on for hundreds of years, now.) But from where I sit, young- people of marrying nge today arc every bit as'Commendable as their ciders were—in their temperance (a glass of beer for instance), tolerance, and common sense. So to Jane and Bill—the best of luck] Copyright, 1948, United States Brewers Foundation ..,. «--if^' and Mtu^-S, M, , Mff, Rpbett Mes. Petef __._ aftd J-jM, .Shefldfiti attSMded the fufler«l;o'f Jafnes wler. a fdfmef sumMbri mettottfr rfi* Putney left Tuesday • xoTJ'Uedat 1 Rapids to visit hef sfstet aM family, the tit, Ken- npth Fefgugorts, before leavih'g r, Audi Si3t*ripM"8S1Sr^Mf v "':fllS Mrs, vei'grt E&mt, .Mf^ara-Mrrr Kenneth Baker and children, Mf, and MVs.' Dohald plunder ana childfiBfL "Ut. tf>ld Mff/Al'MMs and Deiores, aiLof Masoirf' Gity; Mrs. find "Tucker of Knosvmc; Mr. and-Mrs, Georgfs .WiftjeS and daughterr, psag'e; Iftd' Bill fi^«t Sexton. 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