The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1948 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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I* ' ""V -'t, . V ALOONA, IOWA, Tuesday,'Jt/rtfl 8, 1948 TWO E Dr. Lee Snook Plans To Open Practice Sept 1 . ' Wesley—Wesley will soon Wel- corhc a resident physician after rritmths of being without a medical man. Dr. Lee Snook of Vinton' plans to establish a practice Itttee about Sept, I. 1 Me and his Wife and five-months-old son k , Wer^ here two 1 weeks ago looking over the field. They are .sir x,ypung people and natives of New York satte. .. Fife Alarm Scare A -fire alarrn was turned ' in Thursday evening when ja leaking gasoline stove in the Le«iori- Auxiliary kitchen caused a brief * fire scare. Only minor damage was done and fire was extinguished before- h6lp arrived. Guests at Corwilh Mrs. Martha Welter and Mrs. Ella Dolan we.ro Sunday guests of-the Rufus Weltei* 1 family, Corwith. Mr. and Mrl-'Bob Felter of Iowa City were: also present. 35lh Anniversary About 80-relatives surprised ihe John Youngwirths, June 3, on their 35th wedding anniversary, puests brought dinner, which was served at 7 6'cldok and a purse was given Infe honored couple. A mock wadding and, accordion music furnished entertainment ' ' YOU AN' YOUR BIG TALK/ SHUCKS; ALL MY. MAMA'S FRIENDS BROUQHT ME GIFTS', \k' FROM W LDSBYffilOSSl New 4-M The newly - organised 4-H group known as OrtHcl Jolly Workers, attended Rally 'fray at Duncan, June 1, ' and', captured two blue ribbons in the better grooming contest. ' Movies Began June 5 The -first trf a series 6f free movies sponsored by Wesley business-' men, was shown 'June 6 in the lots between the* Kraiis store and the bank. This area 'was recently cleared of trees and a bandstand was placed there. .Anna Plom, ' grade 'teacHer In the local school, is attofldfhg six weeks summer school at Luther cplltM"'' in Dccorah. Wilbur Monson was • discharged June 8 from the arnjy's 'jttedical corps near San Franciscio and expects to arrive liore f6r a visit thr> latter part of the Week. Mr. and Mrs. H. 'J. Braley spent four days last Wde'k- with their daughter Mrs. 'Stanley Smith and family of Des Moines. Mrs. Charles Kraus left- Friday with her daughter Mrs. Harold Brooks of Waverly for a tw6 weeks vacation. They were joined by Mrs. Gladys Carey in Des Moines arid will Visit the women's sister, Mr^. : Leighton Evans of Omaha ari.d .an aunt, Mrs. Jack Lucas of Denver. They will also spend sonie time in Yellowstone parki There will be, a joint meeting of the Wesley and Sexton Aid so- cities at the « local . ,Methodist '•hurch June 10 with Mrs. R. E. McGowan of Ren wick 'as puest speaker. Hostesses are Mesdames Riggs, L. Hansen, Ward, Erdman, and.Ostercarrfp. Decoration day guests, in the Ray Hansen home were the Jack Hansens of Mason City. R6y Madsen and son John : of Des Moines. and Howard Hansen and two daughters of Clear Lake. Mrs. Ruth Hopkins Latham o£ Le Mars spent last .Week with her, niece, Mrs. Ihno Gerties. Mr and Mrs. J. L. Waker •mourn the loss of a S6n 'born to them June 3 at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr and Mrs". L. L. £6ase and jA^'M.Jqpk tlieir^rnbiljar, Mrs, ^usan^Lease to Corwith Tuesday evening for a brief »visit ,with*her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Walker, and family. It was the tlge'd wom- an's first trip ' away from home since a hip injury December 3. Halph Hedges, Gary Marco, ...id Btirrell Lease left Friday for Millbank, S, D., where they will do electrical wiring for the summer months. In September Gary plans to enter an electronic school in Omaha and Burrell will enter the' state university. Mr. Hedges, who has taught science and music In the local high school for the past four years, will continue in the field of'elec- tricity. . ' , Wayne Swintoh of Knoxville soent the weekend 1 with the Gordon Giddings family; • Donna and Wayne. Kinnard of Grinnell spent last week with their grandparfchts, the Curtis Benskins, Rev. and Mrs, J. A. Riggs attended a picnic Wednesday evening at Cay park 1 for ministers and their wives of this sub-district. Mr. and Mrs.'Otto Henderson left Wednesday for a two weeks vacation .trip through southern Iowa, They will visit his relatives in Burlihgjon, Bloomficld pnd Udel. Mr. Henderson's duties as station agortt.Will be cared for by a Mr.'Carey of Chamberlain, S. D. ( : ..'.' The Ed Hildmans and George Vitzthums are: enjoying <a two weeks fishing 'trip^.in. ..Wisconsin. The Merry Mixefs ..circle and their husbands <had -a work party at the church • Tuesday evening. While the Women cleaned the kitchen and .prepared supper, the men cleaned up 'the church yard and hurried the> brush: .', Band Concerts In Fenton Begin; On Wednesday Night By Mrs. Kenneth Halverson Fenton—The Fenton ban;d under direction'of .Loren Barker, presented its first' program for the summer season last Wednesday evening. The program consisted of marches, waltzes and mixed numbers. ' There will be an hour long '•prpg'ram every Wednesday evening beginning at approximately 8' p. m. i—•*— Son For Mr. an4 Lotts* CreG 9-lb, son, inger is the foriner Verdell Nelson. ! " with a GIFT from HUB SUPERBA N E C K WEAR in a veritable riot of gala summer colorings. Big, bold iigures . . . splashy prints . . . also neat iigures and plains for the conservative father. BEllTS ngalaxy -of in- leresting and new designs and colors.' WHITE Srt«lT$,o£ lus- irous, gleariling; Ibrtoad- cloth. 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