The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1948 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 8, 1948
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1 * J t ••t ;> .uVerneGirlA tin Radio 1C ,-, fly MH, Wfc, : LuVarn«—A hum'ber of north lows young musicians' have beeti appearing on a talent hoUr ovef *adl6 station KVFD in Fort Dodge. The contest has covered a Six*weeks period, i Marilyn Hefti appeared on the first-program in 'April and re* celved a first with her flute solo. •• At the semi-finals held Wed* flesdfiy evening, June 2, two firsts! Were awarded, one to Miss Hefti With her flute solo and to Jack Russell of Humboldt in a vocal solo, the finals will be Weld on Wednesday, evening, June 9, ' The.pflze will be •a substantial cash' ;*a'<yafd, The auditions arc! held?ih thd Strand theatre in Fort • Dodge?-;.. - : ,..- .,..,.'./ Band, Mothers^ Me«i „ * r: The Band Mothers club met t"uesday evening, June 0 at'the home of the retiring president. Mrs. Frank Sariford,, Mrs. Archie Sanfordt Mrs. Van Hansen and Mrs. Nels Jensen word hostesses. Pttia* Student Martin Huber of gona' wfis l« dhftj'ge' el the ing Wof ship se-fViee Slflftday, 6, at tWe,Zfdfl Lutherar the* absence of the L. in The Women's Society of ©Kris tiafi Service of* the Metnpist church enjoyed a vacation Worn its meetlrjgs Wednesday f June 2. The three circles will meet ag%in as usual on Wednesday, June 16, The Women's Society of the Presbyterian church will' meet at the home of Mrs. Walter Engel Wednesday, June 9. Lulherart Aid Mel The Lutheran Ladies Aid Society met in the church rooms ^Thursday, .June 3, with a large attendance. The 'regular business meeting' was held. The. religfcus lesson Was omitted as the pallor, Rev, L. Wittenberg, is absent*, on vacation, A social hour waijjen- joyed followed by a d lunch 'served by the 1 hos Fred Wolf. _ ^ M Bid and Bye Club ' The Bid and Bye club was entertained Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Robert Lux. Cards were played at three tables with high honors won by Mrs. John Skogmo and low Mrs. Arnold Hjelle. Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman, Mrs. puane Neal and Mrs, j - , — - - - - . — I- — From where I sit... Joe Marsh Who is this Man? ; Now.and then, in the paf*es of. thp 6'/an'o)i, I run a biojjrsphical fiuizj; under the heading of "Who Is This'Man?" For instance ... "ilc'.wns one gC the' earliest lov- *r.s in American history... : "Anil yet he was too shy to court a woman outright... "lie came to (he New World on^ the Mayflower... "A cooper to repair the beef barrels accompanying the Pilgrims.., "^ho is this man?" I.thought that everybody was stuniped. Hut not Ma Hoskins, who returned the clipping to me with "John Aldcn" on it. She recognized all the clues—including that reference to "beer" and "cooper." FW Ma—who's read her history, knows- that beer as the .beverage of moderation, is as old in this land of ours as the never-ending American search 'for tolerance...which brought the Pilgrims over to this country in the first place. ';j^ : i Copyright, 1948, United Stales Brewers Every Type Tool a Carpenter Uses Whether it's a hammer .or'jig saw you have lp replace, you can depend upon our reputation and siock lo get the best in what you need. Our tools are 'made for the hands of the most skilled craftsman. Everything Eor Hie Tool Chest V. • . . , " Kohlhaas Hardware N fERNATIONAl JAVES FOOD ^ HARVESTER SAVES TIME :\-. ' John Skogmo players. wore substitute Mrs. William' Hdf acc6mt>ani6d hep uncles and stints Mf. ahd Mrs. Qleft freed fof Fairmdht. Miftn., Mr. ahd Mrs. Raymond Stoeber of Fehton to Waterloo, Saturday, June 5. They went to attend the marriage of Mrs. Hof's brother , Robert Reed of Algona and Jeanette Rogers of Waterloo in a candlelight cervice there that evening. Walter Hefii Redacted Mr. and Mrs/Walter L. Hefti of LuVerne . accompanied by Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Seger of Livermore, spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Moines. They attended the state locker convention held there. Mr. Hefti was reelected 4th district of Ibwa locker director. John Genrieh To Wad John Genrich, son of Mr/ and Mrs.' Walter Genrich, of Swea City, formerly of LuVcrhe, will marry Miss Marlene Baurrfann of Estheryille, Sunday, June 13. The ceremony 'will take place at the Immanudl Lutheran EstherviHe. Algonti Girl Has Leading Jdb 0n ih$ Ames Ames—Sdlly Salisbury, cta'UgH- ter of Mr. ahd Mrs. Allen B, SBI* isbury. Algoha, wttsi reteritiy elected vice-president of the Wesley Foundation of. thd dollegiate Methodist church, Ames. ' This is the second most-importi ant and responsible student posU tion in the church, and under direction of • Miss Salisbury ana four ot'hei- officers that comprise the executive committee there are approximately 22 organiaa* tional representatives and Chairmen of committees. The executive committee ,and the 22 committee chairmen make Up the student council', which supervises and • coordinates the • crt* tire' Wesley Foundation program; Miss Salisbury will also serve as chairman ' of the personnel committee, which is responsible for contacting-Methodist students on the eamp'us and : providing, qualified church workers in Whatever activities they, happen to be needed. <K Here and your insp foomy, Jl-oilcfoct capacity. Freezes and 'stores 385 pounds of delicious food, DON'T WAiT,,.su , unlimited. II Cu. Ft. Box.. ,'.$395,00 , Ft, B»X,, f ,,$235,00 ,- \ '«,-", _ ^ ^ y^'"'^ >?|^gg ^£ ^jj, ^yimiml'jg*? gj± \r* ,' GO. ..JRZ^ INTERNATIONAL HARVESTS! • • • , ,* - ' * / p,»* eemmt rstoi Iti - r Home From Detroit Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf returned Wednesday from a trip to The Wesley' Foundation's pro- church at gram is ' wide arid diversified. Some group'.actlvities included in the church's 'work arc Delta Sigma Theta and Kappa .Phi national religious societies for Methodist men and women; a dramatic 1>IA1 Jl\_l_4 I » V. Ull *»OU W J Al V-M 1 I W VI 1J*S fcVJ ----- •** t «-\1 Detroit, Mich., where they visit-! group known as Wesley Players, whose objective is to present in the form of drama the moral and ethical principles of Christianity; choral groups; and social action cotnrnitttc to bring Christian principles to. bear upon social issues and numerous others. There are now approximately 2800 Methodist preference students on the, Iowa Slate campus. This large number has made it hecossary for the Collegiate Methodist church to make plans for the construction of new and adequate quarters A new building just west of the present ch.urdh, and just across the street r frbm the campus, is planned, and excavation work has already begun. Local members of the church have pledged over $42,000 towards construction of this building, and students at Iowa State college have pledged over $21,000. An active campaign throughout the state is now being conducted under guidance of Wesley Foundation of Iowa to raise the remaining sums necessary to build not only this building on the Ames campus, but Similar ones on the campuses of the University of Iowa arid the State Teachers college. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Llndebak for a few days. Mrs. Smith is a neice of Mr. Lindebak. . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hefti Jr., are the parents, of a 6 Ib. 2 oz. baby boy born Saturday, May 29 at the General hospital in Algona. The new baby, their first child, was named Eugene f.lenry. Dean Bowman of Waterloo was a weekend visitor with his father William Bowman and sister Celia. T. Kallem of Ellsworth and Oscar Thoreson of Jewell were Thursday visitors in the Frank Sanford home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andre of Fort Dodge have purchased the Dixie Cream Doughnut Shop in Iowa City. Mrs. Andre is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hardcopf. James and Philip Blumer, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer, are home from Luther college in Decorah for the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Will of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Will and son Eugene of Minneapolis, Minn., were weekend vis- ed Mrs. Dorothy Fuller, friend of Mrs. Wolf. Mrs, Alice Anderson, mother of Mrs. Wolf accompanied them to Chicago where he visited her nephew. -Einer Holt and family. Mrs. Ray Stone took her daughter Marcia to Mason City Thursday where she went to the hospital for a check-up. Marcia has a diabetic condition for thp past year and was hospitalized "in Mason City for some urne. Lucilc Behnkendorf and John Rsilas of Davenport were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred •Behnkendorf. Bruce, the year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Baker, is spending a week with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. George Schwartz in Ames.'Mr. and Mrs. Baker are getting ready to move into their new homo they purchased recently of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hagist. Mrs. Eleanor Eustace went to Des Moines Saturday where she will attend Drake summer school. Mrs. Eustace will teach the 5th and 6th grades in the LuVerne school the coming year. The ladies of the Women's Society of the Presbyterian church gathered andr cleaned the church Wednesday. A pot-luck dinner was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schioull attended.the funeral of Lon Winters held in Renwick Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker went to Boone Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Herman Lindmark, age 86 years. She was .the aunt of Mr. Bakeiv Adam ZwiefeL went to Rochester, Minn., for. a check-lip at the hospital there. Harriett'-Nelson who attended Waldorf college at Forest City the past year is at'the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. .Nelson. Mildred Leriz has gone to Fort Dodge where she will be.employ- ed in an insurance office. Mildred was graduated from LuVerne high school in May. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Benedict of Milwaukee, Wis., came to visit at the home'of Mr, and Mrs. I. H. Benedict, parents of Mr, Bene diet, over the Memorial weekend holiday. Mr. and Mrs. James Paulson and daughter Paulette of Minneapolis, Minn., spent Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Paulson's father and sister George and Esther Merkle. Mr. and Mrs.. Edwin Marty went to Monroe, Wis., Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Marty's uncle Fred Schiesser. Mr. and Mrs, Byron Asa, Mr and 'Mrs, Fred Asa, L. S. Krautz of Algona and Mrs. Rhea Hutchinson of Waterloo were guests of Mr. and' Mrs. Gordon Davidson Sunday. ,; ..'•••.'><?' Mr. and Mrs,, Will , Stpnai-, of West Bend Were jSttndays^alghef guests Of Mr.'arid' Mrs. Kubly. Mr. .and Mrs. Earl McBrid,? of Morris, 111., arrived' Thursday to visit at .tjie . homo of' Mr; 'Me-Bride's sister Mrs/.G.'M.,Wi&and family. ; ... -, Mr.-and Mrs. Carvel Risvold of Corwilh are the parents of a baby girl born Saturday, May 29 at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. They have two other children, both boys. ' Mrs. Risvold is the former Mabel Olson. Mr. and-Mrs. Ole Lund have moved from Toledo to Sioux Rapids, Ole will be the C. & N. W. railway section ' foreman there. He is the. son of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund of LuVerne* Mr. and-Mrs. Harry Smith and children of - Des tt" jines visited Tuesday, June §, 1948 Algona Upper Dei itors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gotlieb Hanselman. Mrs. Louie Will and Mrs. Hanselman are sisters NOTICE OF AMEMDMfetfT tO ARTICLE or INCORPORATION KtfNZ GRAIN, tNC. TO WHOM IT'MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given Uiat the Kun/. Grain, Inc., has duly amended Article I of its Articles of Incorporation which sifltes the harfie flttd fiflffel and place of business/ tlon. This Article lljrt. Ing out the word "We«l« ing the word "'Algom. . amended Article shall ftfe! "The na'me of thia.eofjr be the KUtiz Grain, Irtc,, suth Co., Iowa", , Dated this 20tn fifty of KUNZ ORAIN, INC, . ..j.^.., . By: Arthur MaaSS, Vice Pr6Sla6tit By; Fred A. Dlekrrtahn,^6" U21*i FLAVOR OF THE-MONTH Two fdsfes "that thrill! Luscious, ripe ., raspberries . ... blended all through* j-v creamy, delicious ice creaml A treat to take home;today/ sure! The ONLY BRAND IN TOWN approved by QUALITY CHEKD ICE CREAM ASSOCIATION . 31 f' >•' -s* "...anc/ vwffi the Bor-B-fCewer [ actually have two ovens instead of one" / *- . •^^^MMB '• . .-•.'•.* JOAN; "You mean you can have a big rib roast or whole ham going . , , while you're' baking pies or a cake?" SUE: "Exactly. And the Bar- B-Kcwcr gives meats such a marvelous v flavor. It uses radiant heat, you know -o just like char* v co *!'" JOAN; "How wonderful,' And how much hurry« flurry it must "save .mealtime to have every* - thing' ready at pne time, I'll just have to have a new $state," « why ilTATI'S»;- *rand*' YOU.want 1 *f ; w«n ' wmcwtrt* ,u P iiKiu , QVCU * windw • 9 "WANTED" The parties who borrowed our woven wire streehers and Steel Post Drivers to return them at once. We need them badly. Moore & Moore, Inc. Sexton, Iowa For Pleasant Summer Driving GENUINE CHEVROLET SEAT COVER Installed by Experts KOSSUTH 10TORCO. CHEVROLET Sales — Service Phone 200 No 1 . Dodge SALE OF HOUSEHOLD of the late Anna Dau will be held at her residence, in Whittemore, on SATURDAY, JUNE 12 at Public Auction Starting at 1 P. M. 2 dtesssrs; 1 chest drawers; 1 commode; 2 iron beds with springs and mattresses; 2 iron bedsteads. Ivory color triple mirror vanity dressing table with bedstead to match. 16 chairs; 3- - rockers; couch, army cot; combination writing desk and bookcase. , Meadows electric washing machine; Speed Queen electric washing machine; drop leaf table; center table; ' stands; 1 feather bed; pillows; 2 comforters; wool rug, 11x12; small rugs; radio; 2 three-burner Perfection oil stoves, one with oven; circulating coal heater. Carpet sweeper; ice box; garden hose; garden tools; buck saw; 2 copper wash boilers; electric iron; 12, 8, 4 gal. crocks; fur robe; step ladder; quilt frame; pictures; clock and shelf; dishes; kitchen utensils; other articles too numerous to mention. ~~ Win. C. Dau - Martha fompe Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, Clerk Hugh Colwell, Auctioneer ' I PROTECT YOUR WITH PONTIAC SERVICE Care that matches the Most Pontiac owners will use nothing; but authorized Pontiac Service—because Pontiac Service is so precisely matched to the fine cgr they are driving. Our men who work on your car are skilled mechanics trained by factory experts. To them every part is a familiar part. The equipment they use /is all selected especially to service Potuiacs. This assures low cost and accurate W9rk. And if new parts are required, 4 large supply of factory-engineered' 'part's; is available. Each part fits exactly-"just as if it were being used back at the factory. It's our policy to do only the work you need and order—to do it right and as fast /is possible, That saves you tim? apd money and assures you complete satisfaction. Let us serve you regularly. , < ALGONA COMMERCIAL 5T

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