The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1948 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 8, 1948
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, Jon* ft; Annual Garden Show te be Held at Qttosen, June 17 By Mrs. Knut Oppdeahl Ottoscn—The Ladies' Rural club met Thursday afternoon, May 27, in the Presbyterian church parlors with Mrs, Albert Thorsen as hostess. Nineteen members answered the roll call "My Husband's Favorite Dish". Mrs. Antone Speich was voted into the club as a new member. It was also voted to hold the annual spring flower show at the next meeting and the Garden committee is to make arrangements for the judges. The lesson was given by Mrs. Ted Struthers, "The Story of Blue Willow Ware". Mrs. Eugene Hofius had charge of the special which was a vocal solo by Miss Barbara Long, "The Sicilian Lullaby' 1 and also a vocal solo by Marilyn Long. The next regular meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Sam Kropf on June 17. Visitor at this meeting was Mrs. Harvey Thorsen. and granddaughter Patricia and Mrs. Jennie Richards of Fairbanks called at the Ralph Richards home.on Wednesday. Sunday evening callers there were Mr. and Mrs. William Schuessler and children of Bode. Ai Bible School Mr, and Mrs. Hollis Cooper attended the Bible school program at the Presbyterian church •:. in Rodman, recently. The Cooper's son Lloyd took part in the program. Sunday and Monday .visitors at the Hollis Cooper home were Mrs. MaDean Ludwig and son, of Rodman. Guests ai BradgaJe Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Bernard Jacobs home at Bradgate. Monday .the Holt family were callers at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. H. O. Chambers at Corwith. Guesls at Richards Returns to Lone Rock Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bentk-y I Mrs j M B i anchard o f Lone I Rock returned to her home on Wednesday following a few days visit at the Chester Alme home. The Alme's daughter Shirley returned with her and visited un, til Sunday. Ai Rutland Show Mrs. Ralph Richards and Mrs, M. O. Kinseth Jr. attended the Rutland Woman's club flower show at the home of Mrs. Walter Schluttcr at Rutland on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Richards appeared on the program. . Colonial's New ALL-FUEL FURNACE A complete and economical forced air system that can be easily converted from coal to gas or oil. BURN COAL NOW and change to GAS or OIL later if you wish. LAING & MUCKEY Phone 464 North Dodge ttes Moines spent A rtfctent weekreftlftj: Mike Cefrel Hotng; Mr. dftd MM. HfiHftSft Kramer were SUriday diflflw guests at the tiewey Morse home near Bode, Moffitey the Kramers had rts dinner guests Mf. and Mrs. 0. C. Tabor of Humboldt.' Mf. and Mrs. Art Tabor "aftd family of West Bend were Monday afternoon callers at the Kramer home. * Sunday and Monday visitors at the Lorari baniel home were Mrs. Hattie Daniel of Boone, Mr. and Mrs\ Charles Larson and children of Boone and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniel and family of Humbatttt., „ Mr. and Mrs. P«fUl Espinosa Jr. and chjlldteM df Mason City were weekend gtiests at the Margaret Holt horrte. Mr.^artd Mrs. Lee Holt and family of Spencer were also Sunday bailers there. Mr. and Mrs; Loran Larson of Irvington Were Synday visitors at the Roy Telford home. Monday guests Were Mr. and Mrs, Edgar Jaeobson V 6f Toledo, la. The Jacobsohs also called at the Edward Zlnnel- Home on Saturday. They ' werd former residents of this community. Mr. and Mrs. .Donald Cooper and children of Sutherland were weekend guests iBt, the George Cooper Home. *• •••Mr. and Mrs.. Oliver Kinscth were Sunday evening callers at the Martin Kinseth home at Bradgate. : ; fiierstedt, 1st, zema 2nd! 8th , nauer won 1st and- keny, 2nd. ^^^ « Soldi 666 PdftpteS ' The Legion Auxiliary report 660 memorial poptiieS sold Ifi Lakota, Saturday, May 29 arid a total of $73.20 taken in for veterans' aid. , . • 4-H Girt* rfave T«a The Lakota 4-H gins entertained at a tea,fof theiif*mothers last week TueMay v ,<|Vening at the home of theif re¥d€f, Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht. "* A 'jshdrt program was given and launch served.' The OrVille RdBjfi drtive to Fort Dodge Fridasr to attehd the funeral of Mr. Ri&y^ bWtlier-in- law. William Cattlsph. '* Mrs. Ida Smi,thj..hadj as guests over Memorial 1 "weekend, her niece and husbal^M'Mif.-.aHd Mrs. John Anderson., ot\ South Bend, ind. *:''"' ,: .;••; Mrs. Amelia -Koppen left last week Tuesday for Dakota City for a visit with her daughter and family, fh« Russell fiet^flns,- v vU Mrv ffid Mrs. Hefify. Olihoff,- ituM titt^ ^n&ftlfftaf^Q* * T .tAiFiMfiS it"* 1 Aftrf the Amdld.BfiCklfs'r BtSfttKs C!6H». ler, Visited Iflst week Sttfidty: with the John Minors and Aigy Swensons at Spring Valley, Mirth, Mrs, Minor alicf Mrs. OH- hoff are sisters. Mrs. Fred Schwartz Was pleasantly surprised Friday when a group of friends came to help her celebrate a birttfdayV Visit* prs were Mesd^ames L6u 'Mitij Richard Zielske, Signe Nelson, Auaujta Meyer 1 , and William Ma* btir sr. ,.'•'« Mr. and Mr.s Hafold Oeefdes, WHO have been visiting Hal-old's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hehry Geerdes for two weeks, left last week Monday via train from Manly for their home in St ' i, Mo. . and Mrs, Larry Stafford are visiting Larry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwa-rd Stafford in Gfalerta, 111. Larry is employed in the Ukena .implement business and Mrs. Stafford taught in the Lakota school the past year Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius were recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Cora Bacon in Algona. On Mondav the Hofius' and Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee called at the Joss Hohenstein home near Amboy, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and sons and Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl and Richard were recent -alters at the Thomas Rogness home near Thor. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Krucger and son Kermit of Lone Rock and Miss Marieta Christiansen of Pueblo, Colo., were Friday evening callers at the Chester Alme home. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wier of FOR SALE! J-;.\c('j)iJ(!!);illy >VclI Locate;! Lnls 1'or ConslnicUoii of JiiisiiH's.s rro;!cr<i' Kasf of Kossulli Court House ;mtl kiionn ns tlio old ('nil 'i heater Lociition. If in to res tod contact Lakota 4-H Has Tour And Picnic On Farm Project By Mrs. J. H, Warburlon Lakota — The Lakota 4-H club boys and ' the Hebron township club held its annual tour and picnic last week Tuesday with the county youth assistant, Forrest Ives and two club leaders, Swen Larson and Jerry Heetland in charge. Beside the leaders, four fathers, Ted Wallentine, Leonard Anderson, Henry Lange and Raymond Winter accompanied the 22 club boys on a tour to the boys' homes ,to view the stock in this year's project. The boys were given score cards and also judged beef and dairy cows on the tour. A picnic dinner was served at Jerry Heetland's and Mrs. Raymond Winter. Cub Scouts Picnic The Cub Scouts and their families held a picnic supper at Emory Smith's Wednesday, May 26, and roasted wieners as 'part of the menu. Cliff Buckels is Cub- master and Mrs. Emory Smith is Denmother and there are ten Cub Scouts.' City Directory Supplements were distributed around Algona Friday. Anyone failing to receive their copy, please call 17 for a free supplement. , .* There also are a few\of the City Directories available. / • " V\' v :Lf. ' ' P r ' ee $15.' North Iowa Directory Service Hera From Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Merle Heetland came Friday evening from Chicago for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Hoetland remained for a visit with relatives. .Mrs; Hc'e'i- land remained tor a longer visit but Merle went liome Monday. Ex-Minister Returns Rev. and Mrs. Charles Anderson and four children of Polla were calling on friends here last week Tuesday. They were on their way north for vacation. Mrs. Anderson filled the Methodist pulpit here for several months prior to,June 15, 1947. History Prize Awards The annual awarding prizes for history work was made at the Memorial day exorcises with the Legion Auxiliary president, Mrs. Emory Smith announcing the winners: Seventh grade, Gerald Next Friday and Saturday OnfyJ -OFF REG. PRICES— All Sizes-While They Last A ; rf-- :^*^; JOIN THE ANTI-FLY DRIVE! Before The Plans arid Date Can Be Completed, All ' • ' ' • • ••» •".. • ' . Those Signing Up Must Have Their Request In And The Fee Paid .~lf You Haven't Done So, Fill In This ! ' • <-,* ' ,. •• .' , . ' . • Blank And Mail It NOW-To Box 41, Algona. i ' , STOP POLIO! 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