The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1948 · Page 2
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J-*A!gdfla Upper figs Maine* Tuesday, June 1, 194§ A fiebekah Dinner— A Rebekah Mothers and Daughters dinner was held Tuesday evening at thq hall, with 30 in • attendance. The table was decorated with crepe paper runners of pink and green on white cloth wi|h a hand made emblem as centerpiece. Colprs were those of the' organization and tiie emblem consisted of the Moon and Seven Stars. The following program was given with Mrs. Bcr- nitas Lynk as toast-mistress. Poem, "Mothers", Mrs. Bernitas Lynk; "Mothers Day", Mrs. Lorraine Riddle; "Welcome to Mothers", Mrs. Margaret Reid; Response, "Mother is Right", Evelyn" Hunt; two piano numbers by Ardjs Jane Reid; reading "Life of Bother", Betty Oal- braith, "The Watchers-Mother", Mabel Lund; duet, "Mother's Prayers", Lucille Dellinger and Eva Potter; reading, "No Occupation", Myrtle Turnbaugh; A tribute to mother. "The One I Love", Bernitas Lynk; song. "Blest Be the Tie", sung by all! Gifts were presented to the oldest Rebekah mother present, Mrs. Jessie Edwards; the oldest Rebekah mother with the most Rebekah daughters, Mrs. Bertha Spear, and to the youngest Re- bekali, Evelyn Hunt. Are Dinner Guests— Mrs. Agries Eischeid and Darrell .were dinner guests last week Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. J Eischt-id at St. Benedict. Other quests wot 4 " Mr. and Mrs. Martin Eischeid of Fort Dodge, the Rev Bernard Eischeid and Adeline Binning, Armstrong; and Mr and Mrs. F. H. Froelich, St. Ben- edicl. The occasion was in honor of Irene Eischeid, daughter of the A. J. Eischoids, who graduated from the academy high school. Has Eighth Birthday— Mrs. Paul Richardson? gave a party recently Honoring the eighth birthday of her son David, Guests were Mareia Anderson, Cook, Virginia Dale, Wed 50 Years- Mrs. Agnes Eischeid went to St. Benedict, Sunday, to attend open house given by Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer in celebration of their 50th wedding nniversary. TH For Your Patronage This Last Bowling Season—-See You Again On The Alleys About September 1. -Ray Colberg, Mar. .7 %^ * ^Jf of Alleys REC Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday, June 1-2-3 WHISPER OF A Mlftff VIOLENCE AND INTRIGUE FLARE UP IN FAR CORNERS OF THE WORLD! ; . y^ 75 COLUMBIA PICTURES presents or rue DICK POWELL -SIGNE HASSO ...« LUDWIG DONAlli • VLADIMIR SOKOIOFF • EDGAR BARRIER and iiilroiltn'in^ tlie Chinese actress [VlAYLJ/i Sliir, jr,d v.ltftpl.. Ill lit N :lurfl ».<i:r;J» Oil* • SIDNF.Y BUCHMAN PrtJuaiW -. 111 BlCIIASO KEIINED* Friday - Saturday, June 4-5 ., CAMERON MIKHAIL RASUMNY • PHILIP REED • GILBERT ROLAND TAMARA SHAYNE • GALE SONOERGAARD A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Added-"March of Time" WO -Wedduus •&& -^v '10UGH GUY'./.M' Ml si "to <s«i* «nt»fe •"^STr a Couple Knockout "CLIMBING THE MATTERHORN" "TOBAeCO ROAD" David Hutchiris, Larry Hutzell, Karen Johnsbfi, JM# Laiveu, Faye Loss, David ft»ssmore, David Kohl, Judy Dahlhauser, Tommy Williams, Bruce Reim ers, Sandra Peterson, Jimmy Anderson, Geraldine Yoimgblood, Peggy Hardgrove, • Dick Maxon, Marilyn Richardson and the honoree's brother Jim and "his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Clark Godden. Games were played arid ice cream and cake was served. Dorcas Society— The Dorcas society of the First Lutheran church will meet on Thursday afternoon, June 3. Hostesses will, be Mrs. Mel Thompson, Mrs. John Ubben, and Mrs. Ed Jensen, Program committee is Mrs. L. E. Hoyey, Mrs. E. B. Carlson and Mrs. Clifford Bowman.* Luncheon Hostesses— Mesdames Eugene Murtagh, Joseph D. Lowe, Theodore C. Hutchison, R. K. Richardson, Gaylord D. Shumway, Harold F. Fristedt will be hostesses at a o'clock luncheon tomorrow, June 2, at the country club. Trinity Lutheran Meeting— The ladies of the Trinity Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, June 3. Hostesses will be Mrs. Hugo Gade, Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld, and Mrs. Andrew Ztollner. The program committee is Mrs. John Dreesman, Mrs. Walter Faulslick and Mrs. Raymond Funk. Ninth Birthday- Mrs. William Ludwig eiiter- ained at a party Friday afternoon honoring her daughter Areen's ninth birthday. Guests were Deanna and Gloria Ludwig, Toan Harvey, Carol Beisch, Avis Finley, and Kathy and Patty Holmes. Mrs. Ludwig was assisted by Mrs. Harvey Finley. Games were played and the afternoon closed with serving of lunch. Hortotfld «l A picnic was Held evening at the Call Beardsley and _,_ Mr. and Mrs. W«sL. Barbara and Bill, Mr." and * Mrs. W. A. foster. Mt, and Mrs, L. W. Keith, and Mr, ..arid Mrs, Fred Chase, Spirit Lake,., • , , Baptist church day afternoon at cle 1 h,as charge with Mrs. L. W man. Party at Wealay-i* ; > 5 • » Mrs. Lee Stvuthers, the former Marjorie Meyer, dauffh^er df Mr. and Mrs. Ben,U. giv- Ordained in Ministry— Announcements have been received of the ordination of John Christensen into the Episcopalian Order of Deacons, at Madera, Calif.. May 29. The Rev. Christensen is a son of the late P. J. Christensen and Mrs. Vera Christensen. A lew years ago, because of an acute attack of asthma, he went to Tucson, Ariz., and after awhile was able to leave there and went to California. A sister Joyce married William Cushman, a civil engineer, and they are located at Amerillo, Tex. Mrs. Christensen is librarian at Maderia. It was not announced where the Rev. Christensen would have a pastorate. Presbyterian Circles-f- Circlos of ' the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday afternoon, June 3, as follows: A— Mrs. C. L. Bailey, prograni by Mrs. Elmer Langmack; B — At the church, program by Mrs. Charles Patterson; C — Mrs. David King, program by the Rev. Gilbert Kuyper; D—Mrs. G. C. Stewart, program by Mrs. Gilbert Kuyper. a "birthday party , Wednesday evening by her mother-iii'-law Mrs. Dale Struthers, Wesley. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames Ben Meyer. Dean. Andrews and Henry MertiTafid the respective families and the honoree's husband. A social evening was enjoyed, and a,fter the opening of the gifts, lunch was served. W. S. C? S. June 3— , ,," The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will meet for a. one o'clock luncheon THursd^y, .afternoon, June 3. rTfeis 'jsrtne last luncheon until September! >Mrs. L. M. Merritt is ohairmah,".-,with Mrs. L. J. Malueg co-chairrnan. The program will" be' given ,by Circle XI. ' • Congregational Women*— •.'"-'. The Woman's association of the Congregational church' will meet for a one o'clock luncheon Thursday afternoon, June 3, with Circle 3 doing the serving under Mrs. Ethel Chubb' as chairman. Devotions will be given' by'Mrs. Hortense Ferguson and the program will be given by Mrs. C. C. Shierk. Voyles To Head S * . <i»iiifc «, ccepled fly Club Qrinnell, la.—Vernon Voyles 707 EaSt State St., Algona, Grinnell college sophomore was electe_d president* of the Grinnell players. -Mr. Voyfes recently received the .acting awards for this year. Voyles is a graduate- of Algona high school. II 6 From Kpssuth Graduate At "U Among the 1,400 candidates for degrees at the State University of Iowa, at commencement, to be held Saturday, June 5, are six Kossuth students. They are as fololws: Floyd Ellsworth Sawyer, Algona, bachelor of arts. Algona, June Ann Scanlan, bachelor of arts. .,...«.' Francis James BradleyV ijjan- croft, bachelor or arts.' . „ Kenneth David Patterson:;?La- ., . . . ,.-- kota, bachelor of science,""in' K he 1?lst ha .J f ° f the ninth the vis- Algona K.C/s Lose 54 To Humboldt Nine Algona's K. C. baseball team did everything against the Humboldt nine there last Friday night except win. To summarize things, they lost, 5 to 4, in the last half of the ninth. But thtey held Humboldt to four hits, while banging out ten themselves. They were the first team to steal a base on Mickey Owen, big .league catcher on the Humboldt team. Gordy Winkel snaked down to second and came in with a perfect slide. It wasn't Mickey's fault; the ball was there, but the Humboldt second sucker turned the wron'g way. Humboldt Scores First Humboldt started the scoring by marking up a tally in the third frame. But in the seventh, Algona came across with four runs, during which session Gordy Winkel contributed a d ° Tuble - . , 1U n the G1 6 hth Humboldt tallied tm ' ee ru . ns 9 n two hits, an error fielder's choice. Then in fitry elub was ap "f$ 0f tfje builto the club, at a mse . Thursday afternoon, liftal drawings, blueprints „..„ Specifications will bo finished in about three 6t four weeks, and bids will--then- be- callexj-for aftd it is hoped that- Construction can still be accomplished IhlS year! Algona Yofitfhs At Summer School Storm Lake. la.—Boyd Gran ?ow and Richard WhOelock of AL gona.Delorcs Govern of Bancroft, and Lorone Trenary of Ledyard were among the early registrants for the summ'er session at Buena vista college in Storm Lake. Registration at Buena Vista this summer is expected to exceed last year's record enrollment. * ftbTIGE OF tfitTIMO Sealed bids will be received at tWe office ot the County Auditor Altfona, town .until 2:00 P. M. June 15, {§48 for 3 following - "^ '*'*' T *' f" ' ' t *$l'*t & ~ ip ?JB, 705, 71 713. 7 l ,« 723, 804. 702, Sob; 61 6B 898, 819, 717, 531, 742, 72 728, 708, Wfi, 70 - . , , , , 711, S8B, 703, 727, 700, 704, 714, 725, 716 724, 721 and 720 involving 79,125 cubic y ir ds JPflXS 1 l0 ,, load and Maul °« e mile, 802,800 units of additional one- half mile haul, and 17,600 cubic! yards stripping- grayel pit. Scaled bids will J3e received at the some time for maintenance gfflvellina involving 80,000 mijef 960.00(f''ndditlSnaf d one^aff Ul tni3e units and 25,000 cubic yards stripping Bidding blanks and additional information may bo secured at the office of the County Engineer, Algona, Iowa. L. J. IMMERFALL, County Auditor U22 Tuesday • Wednesday, June 1-2 ' Wm. Lundigan in 'The Inside Story" Co-Hit Buster Crabbe in "Caged Fury" Ti- physical education. Jean Elizabeth French, tonka, bachelor of arts. Wilbur W. Hamstree^, Titonka. bachelor of arts. •'•>'<'•' ' • ( - :;1 P • President j Virgil'-" will officiate at the: ceremonies and award the degrees. Parents and relatives of the Kpssuth students graduating are planning on attending the exercises. Frank Johnston of Des tyfoinei was a visitor last Thursday at the home of his father, J. B. Johnston. TIME OUT! FRIESNER'S SPORTS CENTER WUh the summer sports season now in full swing, our store is filled to the brim with hundreds of might interesting sports items . .', tackle of all kinds, sports clothes, camera equipment, camping needs, picnic equipment—even boats! Make Friesner's your headquarters, sportsmen—w& have what you want I FRIESNER'S SPORTS CENTER MA51ANP STREAM JACKET i tors' won the contest with a final run. ,Qwen end Roy Bransgaard each cracked out doubles for Humboldt. .- • . • : ' : Long hurled--a nice game) pitching six innings for Algeria and allowing but two hits. Meyer finished the contest and gave up two hits in three innings. '' A crowd of about 500 witnessed the game, on a cold and un;.baseball evening. '•• The Box Score f! Algona K. C. (4) AB R White, 2b 4 0 Winter, 2b l o Rinesdorf. c ._ 5 i R. Winkel, cf 3 i Froelich, ss 4 i H. Meyers, 3b 3 0 0, Winkel, Ib 4 l McMurray, If _•_. 4 o G. Winkle, ,rf ... 4 0 Long; p ... 3 n -Meyer, p _; o • 35 (S) AB Gre.en, If 5 Worthington, cf^._ 4 Owen, c 2 R. Bransgaard, ss. 5 Jones, Ib 4 Chelleen, 2b 4 Woltz, rf __....., 4 H, Bransgaard, 3b 4 Mqna,han, ,p __.i_ 3 Edge, p .._.'_ i '-'" '36 0 H 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 3 0 0 10 H 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Seven At 1st Lutheran ,; Severi ' children will be confirmed- in ceremonies at the First utheran 'church, Sunday, June ; in aervJces set for 10 a. m., Key, E. Benzon, pastor, announced; /There will be no Sunday sehopl. that day. Holy Com.mun- lon Mil bf held in connection with . tHs. .confirmation, To be .Confirmed are Corinne Marie, CiWStensen, Barbara Jean , Mayilyn Ann JJovey, Oakland, EJllen ;V. i - Scott and Ruth pUsworth, the latter pf Thurs. - Fri. - Sat., June 3-4-5 Danger Roars and Races on the Overland Stage Coach Traill The poua'* on a manhunt and Ctmidy leads the chat* I ^».'. «-j*«. . - WILLIAM wvOfgO iwyos * KVSMH iwytfM Charlotte FtiU • Earit Htdohs Illly KlBg-KmethHarian v A Htrry flumm frifcdh« ' Distributed by SCttKN OUIIO PRODUCTIONS , has already one week of Bible school wjll continue the school this Baptist's Bible School Opens Bible School of the First church will begin June 1 im? 13, Rev. RvF, Kitt- superintendent. will be ffpichiq June Jl ^fte Psrkj an4 8 program Sunday evening, June 13, ft- 1 p'elack. |OP the beginners will Pxxwman, Belty Park- Mrs- L. B. Stephens; for the ry, lyfrs, Walter Bowman, Wpv Qeering, Mrs. Irving $»8lea aehimmel; for the MM. -ClarH Orton, Jac- M;Uep; and for the inter. B. F. KittreU, Zsntner will be the APS mi}f9(i Co-Hit Adele Jergens in The Woman From Tangier" Added Serial-Sea Hound No. 15 Also First Chapter New Serial— "Dangers of the Canadian Mounted" Sun, - Mon, • Tues.»Wed,, JMH© 6*7-8*9 ...— MM^^mmsiitm BLOPE'S NEWEST ~ SIOi'SPUHER! "WHwwunwiii,^^- hitfimyuji f (Will ill Co-Hit-rTim H«!t in 'Western Heritage' . - „ • , "!MMlKI-*§inee the'end of the 1 war, the S«ft Has 6dntftct«<f to «t»fifc $40,345,820 W Improve towa's farntUd'ftiarWriJads and $nrt»aty foada. The fafM-to-markftt read system has been Increased From; 10,000 to 34,931, ttiiiej. A road equalization program has been •The last legislature epprdf>riated- $12,580,0(50 "tot r uU atd 14 now at the highest in,l6vta's history, tawa f-MirjWte»-,Wrj!eh|Has-lno?eMeahti:jJei ! ^\ '*u^— th« tleti&fisl 'avera(t« 'of flsinft eoshl • :''.•>' rlfi$, AND f OWNS—Pof the first time In hlriofy, citit* _., r ._„... ,tow *c<f«lve State aid. The Sfatfc repays'th'd local taxing ,U»i!tl $1,S8«,!!00 to H*)p cove? the costs bf-property tax exemptions , , * "' "i **• AVi^ < •>*( t ,* jr •,*[ ' ( JOiS-jOver'asO n*W factories have'loo&tfed 5nJ&W> restitt^ »evcrll additSonal,millions of'doliahjn-p-ay rolfci.f' ^ iHyAfldN - lowa'ls cooperating in'tne'^ick'-Sioan i plan a«4 in local conservation, praerims. w . . "• •»p»«'»»n»TDonqnw to tha aged, «to the deaf _ |d to dej>ehd*nt children have bee'rffn^ ,', jfr^- •> '-< -~^ d;> Occtfpatjdtial disease la* and'.*" 1 •etond injury fund act have been passed. HOSPITALS—A program to provide hot pitats for local courjUe* has been adopted. fl*Kf$—$2,500,000 lake and river Im ;oyement program has. been itituted. - J) ADMINISTRATION— iCtoVernor Blue's sound, wise .administration ha; saved' tne* tax payers money f ¥/Wf giving Iowa K^o,d, efficient aSivermnent. VOTE FOR 6OV. ROBERT D. BLUJE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY • v-V?? MONDAY, JUNE 7 ^ff BLUC ~fOR GOVfRNOR CLUB T^ Always. -, - , in the Fire Vol.'!, No. 61 Thursday, June 2, 1948 YIPPEE-E-M! ^*"f< WE CAN'T HOliD^ACK THE NEWS ANY LONGED F0^KS^ ^ « ',.- • " M The Irpns' pang is all gQing on v««otionl When? The week of June 14thi Yes »ir, |«*t two weeks • horn now and w«'i| a_H;fee sitting gut in boats or under cool shaj^tree* realty relaxing. Our whole 'gong is ttikjna/ that one week «ff for 9"r 194? vaeatteri,perl«^ and ftftw that- week we'll ail be bask ready for another year of i£ New, PI a sentle bint, if you good' folk; have any plumbing or heating work yog feel ( 9 vr , ^ gent, «ont««t ut now, ,W«'H i«» yoy fj«eryp bafQre we pa«k ouf fiib po^i. J w t becovw we .hqv« qnn 9 URfed wr vQ^qljon p}an^ d4i,;t t^ B js we (wtn't gojng tVhlt «m« hard ttek* before we go. we h ift H y«i* salfc y*. ( * , ' * .1 1 4 * ^ i *&

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