The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1948 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 1, 1948
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.edyardHeld f: emorial Day Ledyatd — The Legion £>ost and Auxiliary sp'Bris'dfed. a Memorial day' program given Suh* l lay inornittg*at4he towh-hall at '0:30. The E. & R. and MethoHist unday sdhools held ' shorfi sessions and the fehtifch 'services lyere union with the Legion' at the hall. fh.e ReV> LawteftCe simpson, Missionary from Cenal America, was the speaker. Exercises at the cemetery ollowed this prograrh 'and rro in charge of the Legioh The people of Lcdyard were .privileged Saturday to again do their bit for the disabled War 1ft 'fi rrr.™- , -, , f ve hundred of the colorM mile emblems were r ed by th£ Ma't«ehe'r-Estle and Auxiliary and the 1$< 'fflbfttitt fee sale'ied M *ffti6 sMe pW eottW/tfee tflfide a change in the pfbce th^Uhr.'-TOtae selling the iles * l cHWed *esle^''contlfS [or contributions. No* chfinge will be" refund^.' The .donor HhHstelf pipped Bis contribution' ihto lne"sldt of jthe container. usjy 111 ugente Ifadob's, only . and 'Mrs. Don Jacobs; Who' Had be^n'fn the Bute 'Center hospital tor ten fla^s with' ptteu- jftfyOa,* * ,toas . taken gitddelity mm: and last Wednesday was tsk$i tb* Park .hospital m, $*'son City. He is critically sick there With strep throat and other infection. attendance. More sewiftg was planned for a VcTerahs Hospital.' A social houf was enjoyed, afte? whictt • lunch was 'Served. The June 1 meetjng Willie at the home of Mrs^ Asa Auxiliary Will'Sew . The Amvet AUkiliary met with Mrs. George Thompson on Thursday afternoon with 15 in BLUE CROSS. ENROLLMENT OPEN UNTIL JUNE 4 A Blue Cross representative will J>6 at the Iowa State Bank from 1 till 3 p.m. on the aboye'dcite to accept applications for'those wfi0 .\yjsh >o «^^o)) !fj Jiospitallzation. to Vl»il 1ft Boston Mrs. 'Conrad" Oajbel a .few rteighbors, SatUfaay 'eVefl- jng in htfrtoY b'f Mrs. "Rose Mouj- ton. .Mfg. Moulton is 'leading I6r the summer" to Visit 'relatives arid friends. She expects later to gb to Bbslon to visjt 'friends, Observed f A group of. fri'erids gathered Saturday, at the hbrhe <tf Mrs. Fred , Parnejl in honor '6f 'her birthday. Mrs. Darfteft Was given a tablecloth. ' Lunch fyas served by the ladies. SU'nday afternoon Mrs. Darnell was again honored when her faniily gathered for a birthday party. She received mariv lovely gifts and a delicious lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs.,Jfames Burrisand daughter, of Bradgate, were weekend guests^ at the Henry Frey home. Goes to Wyoming flhe Rev. and Mrs. Philip LaBue and Duane drove to Fort Dodge Monday and from there 1 Duane look the train for Alban, Wyo., where he will make his home for the next year" with his sister. The Rev.' arid Mrs. LaBue have resign&d their' pastor- atfe of the Methodist' church and will leave June 1' for Chicago to again work for Moody Bible institute. : S. Baby is Baptized. i The infant son of Mr. -and Mrs. '' -V- t poor < the ..incoln only 12 «s^t WW-.S.™' an Jones Vciatbd With Prominent, Cleaning 1 Firan WHANAGER -I! ' T • * j - • • . * ' Algona Launderevs & Dry Cleaners DRY CLEANING DEFT. Under JJr. Jones' supervision, we will offer a COMPLETE dry-cleaning service . . . giving you expert service on everything from garments -to furniture, draperies 'and lamp shades. Mr. Jones has 15 years experience in "the dry-cleaning field, Together with the new equipment we have recently added;, this promises you one of the finest dry-cleaning services in all north Iowa I Call us. Kast Across Street 'From Court House {•Service Tliat Satisfies" ALGONA LAUNDERERS , ami DRY CLEANERS . - f „ Phpne 267 Free J'ickup nud Delivery M&rvlh JuriKerrrfeier was ' tfefcd lit the Sunday morning set Vftfes at the fyangeliCEll & Kfe< formed church', receiving the name James L'orenze. Sponsors we're Agnos Junkerrneier ahd" WWter Logfctfian. the Junkef- m61ers entertained the , following at 'dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Lou aujlketmeier and Agnes, 'Mrs. Elfn'^r Junkermeier and Lament, Morma Logehia'n, Mi 4 , and Mrs, welter Logemdn and family 61 Woden, and the ReV. art'd Mri EdSv. Nuss. There Will be Qermah services at the. parsonagfe of the fiv. & Rcf. c}jtliCjc'h on Sunday, May 30, horn 10 until 10:30. Sunday school will also be from 10 to 10:30. ."••The EV. & Ref. church ,wiil join in the union services at the town hall Sunday, Memorial day, at which Rev. Lawrence Sirhpsoii will be the speaker. Ih the at 8 o'clock the Rev. Mr. Simpson will speak at the Ev. & Ref. church in the''inter- est of Central American Missions, and will illustrate his talk with pfdturys. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stubbe went th-, f-^^u-'Mon of their niece, to Stahl. Mo., Friday to attend Mi-xine Belise, and to spend the wb ' at the Glcnh Behse home. Harold InglW went to Mabel Minn,, Saturday evening, to visit his • parents. Mrs. Inglet and Oonny, who had' been visiting there a week, returned home with him Sunday.' A large group of young people from here attended a skating party held at Titonka Friday evening.' •'',.. Mr. an.ql Mrs. F. Thompson and daughter Dottie of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. A. Kruithoff of New -York City, visited 'at the Ray Wentworth home last Thursday, They.pre cousins. Jimmie Jensen, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen, came home from the Buffalo Center hospital last week, having recovered from an appendectomy. Mr. and Mrs. , Walter Miller, Priscilla and Mickey, Avoca, came Friday to visit at : Tice Brack's. Mr. and Mrs. Miller returned home that'riight, leaving the children to spend their vacation with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter returned home Friday evening after a two : weeks visit with their daughter and family, ' the John Batchelors, at Dardanelle, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. F. ,M. Lilyard of Storden, Minn., were Sunday guests at the parental Ray Wentworth home. t Mr. and Mrs. John Folkers and children of Waterloo, were 'weekend guests at the Fred Dutton home. The ladies are sisters. Moderneife ,Club Meets The Modernette club met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Reuben Lutter. A dessert luncheon was served at a table decor- Ated-^ with lilies.;;;, Mother ;;va!ls^; Roll call was answered by Memories':, of Home. The lesson was given by Mrs. Or'ville Brandton, Story and Prose for children. Plans were made for a picnic to be held the last Sunday in June. Phyllis Strand, Ledyard, Plans June Wedding Ledyard — On Monday afternoon, May 24, a group of ladies were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower at the town hall. Honoring Miss Phyllis Strand, whose marriage to > Lawrence Flynn of St. Paul has been announced for late Tune. About 75 ladies attended; the lonor guest received many lovely ?ifts. The hall was decorated with baskets of bridal wreath, lilacs and iris. The program was in •harge of Mrs. Glenn Yahnke. Poems were read by Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. Wm. Stubbe: Ruth Garry sang a solo; and Mrs. "iarold Herzog and Mrs. Stubb? jav'e a clever skit. A delicious unch was served by the hostess- ,3S. Qut of town guests included Mrs. Tom Payne, Mrs, Wm ^l"nn r of Blue Earth, Mrs. Orville Nauman and son of Lewisville, Minn.; Mrs, Claude Nau- Tian, Mrs, Ira Nauman Mrs. Aug. Hagedbrn, and Mrs. Ed Munyer and son, all of Elmore; Mrs. P. Hargreaves, Mrs. G Hargreaves,' and Mrs. Albert of Algona; Mrs. L, C. Strand of Lorimer, and Mrs. Leon McCoy of Armstrong. Dinner Guests, Mayers Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Roderick of Milfo'rd and Misses Margaret and Gertrude Roderick of Waterloo were dinner guests Monday at the home of Mrs. D. B. Mayer. 'Mr, ;md Mrs. Kenneth fiusch lled on Leo Busch at the- But-. |alo Center hospital Wednesday ' ' ''-" Me> Cases Mumps New cases of murftps continue to keep coming with Janie Walsh, Pjtty Jo Mile;tti and ftay Herzog and Jimmy Pingel femong the ftew cases. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Welfare, went to Rochester last Wednesday to visit Mrs. J. H. Welfare ;Who is in the hospital therp. jMr. and Mrs. LaWrencje Welsh Of Arlington, and Mrs. Powers "Ihd daughter of .Crystal, Lake Spent Thursday afternoon 1 at the ,yomc of Mr. ahd Mrs. N.' A. Pingel. the Welshes Were aj Rochester while Mr. and Mrs. Pingel were there several weeks ago. . Geraldine Sullivan completed her year's work at St. Thresa's College in Winona, Minn., larffr week and nor father J. F. Sullivan went up and brought her home. After a short vacation at home she will leave June 9 to begin her nurse's traih'ihg at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester. Mrs. Tice Brack, Mrs. Wilson Brack, Mrs. G: Anderson and Mrs. Albert Barnes were hostesses to the Methodist W. S. C. S. at the church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. D. A. Carpenter led de'votions on the Good Samari- tan. A delicious lunch was served at prettily decorated tables. Mrs. Olaf Engelby an son Carlas aHd Mrs. D. B. Mayer attended graduation exercises at the Austi'n, Minn., high school Thursday' everting. Orville Engelby, older son ot Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby was one* of the graduat- ihg class of 300. Mr. and Mrs. Engelby and family live on a farm -18 miles beyond Austin and Orville has ridden'35 miles each day to go to school in Austin for his four years of high school. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pingle and Carl Peterson of Fort Dodge visited Monday and Friday at the N. A. Pihgel home. Jack McDonald, Jimmie, Ella and Francis drove to Rochester, Wednesday and brought Mrs. McDonald home. On Wednesday evening Rev. and Mrs. LaBue sold their household goods at an auction sale. Mr. Pringel of Lakbta was auctioneer an a large crowd attended. The LaBues leave June 1st to return to their work with Moody Bible Institute. ' Mrs. Fred Darnell, Mrs. Harold Darnell, Mrs. Alvin Busch and Mrs. Kenneth Busch Will be hostesses to the E. & R. Women's Guild at the church next Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen of Renwick called at the N. A. Pingel home last week Friday. Kossuth Hits 30.5 Percent In Drive Kossuth county had reached 30X15 percent of its total quota in the current Security Loan drive, according to state figures. Tptalsales for the county were Tuesday, June 1, \ Upper ftas Mali $362,090 out of a quote ti $l|tf4f 637. The Kossuth average *""'"'' far was somewhat better thai! average throughout Ihe ita'te, '$!', Wesley—Boy Scouts entertain^ ed their fathers at 6 pichtctft Crystal Lake Thursday evening Everett Barr is scout leader. ALBERT A. SGHIPULL Republican Cdndidate For, SUPERVISOR FIRST KOSSUTH DISTRICT Primary Election June 7 Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated U20-21-22A We have on the road several cars of our famous PEecise Place Your Orders Early! \i ft t I v*fii \t n* You Should Fall Your Bms Botsford Watch For The Orange Colored Trucks ft Phone 256 Jim Pool 3 Fractures Aubrey Waterhpuse fractured his knee cap while carpentering one day last week and was unable to be around for several days, FARM IMPROVEMENTS last a lifetime made with READY-MIXED CONCRETE For dozens of improvements around the farm, no other material offers the service and economy of firescfe, enduring concrete. If you are planning a new rat-proof poultry house floor, sam'tary dairy bam floor, a feeding floor or foundation—build it the convenient, low cost way with Reedy-Mixed Concrete, Phone Qne-Six'Six for Ready Mix Heady-Mix Concrete Delivered to Your Jol> Site READY-MIX CONCRETE & SUPPLY CO, UP THEY GO—More wire .. , more cable ... more telephone equipment of many kinds ... to provide more long distance circuits. Iowa's growing telephone needs still are making necessary a tremendous dollar investment in new facilities... even though since V-J Day we have added 566 new long distance circuits, 112,000 more miles of wire, 250 new switchboard positions and a vast amount of other central office equipment that keeps the wires "talking," , So far in 1948, local and long distance equipment has been going in at the rate of $200,000 a week in Iowa. By the end of the year, we will have spent $30,000,000 since V-J Day to improve and extend telephone service, V NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Serving Iowa, Minimoto, Nebraika, North Dakota and South Dakota , LUBRICATION POUSHING POLISHING ,Py|INflNG . , UNDERSELL , TOP DRESSING tMOTOI? ' , BODY REPAIR' . MOTOR OViRHAUL .WHEEL ALIGNMENT

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