The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1948 · Page 20
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Uppw Tuesday, Juh« 8, .4941, Berklands Of Fenfon Have A Reunion Fenton—A family reunion was held at the Andrew Berkland home last week Sunday, and there were 40 present for the occasion. The Amos Berklands, the Art Codys, the Ernest, Bennie, and Clarence Berkland families, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Korkland, the Raymond Berklands, Mason City, Bert Berkland, Eugene and Colleen, Emmetsburg, and Eunice Berkland. A Round of Visits Mrs. Anna Osborn, Mrs. Mae Lowe, and Mrs. Hattie Turner visited at the William Brown home at Armstrong from last week Sunday through Wednesday. From Wednesday evening through Friday they visited at the Otto Kclley home at Swea City. This week Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Lowe are visiting at the Lawrence Sexton and Roy Osborn homes, near Seneca. Attended Edwafds Funfcral Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg, and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson attended the funeral of Clarence Edwards at Emmetsburg last week Wednesday afternoon. Edwards was killed in an auto crash early last week Sunday morning south Emmetsburg. He was a nephew of Mrs. Nelson. Visitj Mason City Patient Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Saxton of Cylinder, Blaihe Saxton of Lone Rock, and Mrs. Mary Hansen yisited Monday with Mrs. Leo P. Elbert, Corwith. -who is a patient in the Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mrs. Elbert, who has been in the hospital two weeks, has undergone two major operations. Eight to Tietz Funeral Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mrs. Jack Tieman, Lester Tieman, Henry Tieman, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Barker, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer attended the funeral of Mrs. Tietz at Whittemore Wednesday afternoon. • Blfihd«y» Friday evening guests at the Carl Kern home m honor of Dahtty and Dorothy Kern's birthdays were the Derwood Kerns, the Dale Weisbffcds, Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller, Franklin and Betty Voigt. <3fduf> to Reunion Mr. and Mrs. A. £. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson. Merle and Barbara, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg, son Vernon, attended a Halverson family re- Union at Fort Dodge Sunday. Picnic at town Park Mr. and Mrs. J. Wallace Smith entertained at a picnic in the city park Monday noon. Guests were Mrs. Tena Newel, W. Stoeber, Hazel Weisbrpd, and Ruth Halverson. ' ' International LER TWiNE $12.50 bale New Machines M LIFT-ALL PUMP, ATTACHMENTS AND CULTIVATOR CONVERSJONS KEWANEE HARROWS 2-14 HIGH SPEED SLAT BOTTOMS (ONLY) FLEXIBLE LEVER HARROWS (Galloway Type) 2-14 I.H.C. SLAT-BOT- TOM TRACTOR PLOW 15-FT. WiDE TYPE TRACTOR DISK HARROW $250 GATERMAN WIND ROWERS I.H.C. 7 FT. FIELD CULTIVATOR 5x10 FT. WAGON BOXES (Priced to Sell) 7 FT. MOUNTED TRACTOR MOWER To Fit H or M Farmall 1 NO. 42 I.H.C. COMBINE 1 CASE 6 FT. COMBINE WITH MOTOR AND PICKUP ATTACHMENT Trucks - Cars K6 INTERNATIONAL 2 TON TRUCK 176 in. Wheel Base—Bargain Price 1937 Chevrolet 2-Door $200.00 ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. INTERNATIONA). HARVESTER Walt and Deb Hall COMMERCIAL ST, Phone 52 PONTIAC Bible School Teacher Alice Smith spent the weekend at the Albert Mitchell home. Miss Smith, who is of Brooklyn, N. Y., is* teaching Bible school for the Blakjer Lutheran church near Seneca. To Teach Indians Anna Marie Mitchell left Thursday for Wittenberg, Wis., to teach in an Indian mission school. Reba Ditsworth left Tuesday morning for Atlantic, where she is attending summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson, Kanawha, visited relatives here Sunday. Lillian Kyamsdale, Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale, daughter Cheryl Sue, Swea City, and Ruby Cherland were Saturday afternoon guests at the Albert .Mitchell's. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman visited Sunday afternoon at the Ted Mcir home.' The. Oliver Stoebers and Arthur Sorensen visited Sunday afternoon at Mrs. John Vcrbruggc's, Armstrong. The L. D. R. met in Mrs. Albert Mitchell's Friday-evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haller, daughter Marcia, Charles City, visited at the parental Morris Mitchell's over the weekend. Clyde Minnis, Des Moincs, visited at the W. W. Jolley home over the weekend. He is at nephew of Mrs. Jolley. Mrs. Earl Deam and Reba Ditsworth got home from Oklahoma Friday. They had spent . two weeks visiting relatives in that state. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ford, daugh- ter, Kae, Faflbjwfy hft, Wer<§ guests at the Fred .NeWel home Saturday through MOirafi*,, Mr. and Mrs; Wilfred -Stbebef left Friday for a visit With Rev. aftd Mrs. Wilfred Bouthl* of Illinois. Weekend visitors at tte Fred Kluss home were Mr,, and Mrs. Harry Kluss, Peorla, 111,,'aftd Mr. and Mrs. Bob LUndeeft and Karen, Emmelsburg. Mrs. Art Rave, Sons Donald and David, Orange City, came.Friday for the weekend at thl Don Weisbrod home. Sunday morning Mrs. Rave and Mrs. Weisbrod attended memorial services at Ringsted. i. Douglas, son*of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Newel, Humboldt, is visiting this week with his grandparents Mr. at)4 < Mrs.. George Newel. ... Mrs. Anna Osborn, Mr$, Mattie Turner, and 'Mrs." Mate 'Lowe plan to leave ;nextnTuesday for visits with relatives at Barron and Stanley, Wis. Mrs,' Kenneth Halverson visited relatives at Ottawa and Lockport, 111., last Thursday and Friday. She returned Friday- With Mr. Halverson, who visited here with his family until Tuesday noort before • returning to Chicago. • ! The Oliver Stoebers spent Memorial day fishing at Fish Lake, Minnesota. Joanne Meyers is visiting at the parental Alfred Meyer home. n' Mr,., ahtLMif. ttofltoJJtoo* tri, «£ Mlf% sp day, ftt. tM' ftoiftijs feftls- Mf. -fiM Mrs; Am Their datiptetftM Mr. Hftd Mrs:.iDoHald FiShef aftd son Jimmy of SSm the day. at thfe Mger httrtifei Mr. and Mrs. Peter *-L«ftslftg of Alameda, Calif., fbWMf Bb'de re$* idehts, are spending a month at the home of their daughter Mrs. Alan Skow. ,, ( » Friday morn'ingj" Mrs. W. Jf. Kinseth of Huntington Park, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. M. Fitch of Montrose, Cllif., left for the east coast via Montreal and Quebec, after a short visit at the .home of Mr; ahd Mrs. Leo Kin* seth. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Veum have returned to their home in St. Paul following a weekend visit at the Mariferd Alfson home. Dr. and Mrs. Cloyce A. New* man have left for ah outing in southern Colorado. Enroute they will stop in Topeka, Kansas, to see Dr, Newman's parents Dr. PLANNING TO BUILD? 3? >& ?v I \'~/ <ssT .a dya n ta ges >i>f ; READY-MIXED • Uniform —every batch of high quality • Thert'g'/if"Afa"foryourjob • Easy to place and finish • Watertight— Firesafe— Strong—Enduring Ready-Mixed Concrete helps you get a high quality job. Legion Auxiliary At Bode Elects New Set Officers • ' iv'. By Mrs. Walter Thompson Bode — The American Legion Auxiliary met in the.church, basement Tuesday aft'ef-noon, Jilnc 1. ThirtySeight members' were present. Hostesses for^the afternoon were Synneva DalevMinnie Torgerson, Lillian Rossing, Johanna Kongved, Alice Benjamin and Hanna Rongved. About 35 members were nrcsent. Mrs. Harvey Hagen colj|cted buttons to be sent to Europe. Election ol officers for the ensuing year took place. Those chosen were: president, Genevie ve Morse; first vice president, Lucile Eastman; second vice president, Lillian Rossing; recording secretary, Elizabeth Olson; corresponding secretary, Claryce Torgerson; treasurer, Borgina Johnson. Historian, Tia Jensen; 1st chaplain, Mrs. V. T. Jordahl;- 2nd chaplain, Mrs. A. P. Vaag; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Oscar Sween. The new officers will be installed at the July meeting. Leave For East Coa^t Mrs. Evelyn Williams aorom panifd b • M"s. Helen Podhaski of Cedar Falls, and the Misses 1 anra a"d Emma O_lson of ; Bode left Sunday on a trip to the cast coast, wiih stops in Ohio «.nd Indiana. Hemo Frem A Trip Ju Mrs. E. M. Ellingsbn and small daughter Shaixn and -Sandrr i He'mcn have returned from a two weeks vipit in Nortiilield Minn., with M;s. Ellinsson's pa-rents. 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