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1948 110 At Whittemore Alumni Annual Election Whi!&f«6*e-'-One hundred and ttift members of the Presentation alumni attended a yearly banquet held a week :ago'Sunday evening at .the - Kermore hotel fin Emnie^hurg. Mrs. ,1. M, Flemjiffe gave several piaho selections dW 1 ihg the dinner hour. Those offer- Ing toa'sts were Rev. William Veit arid Rev. Raymond Pick, Glenn Kollaseh, president of the class of 1948, and Helen Farrell, honor student and valedictorian of the 'same class. Eugene Kollasch, retiring president, was the toastmaster. Officers for the coming year Were elected as follows; Herman Kollaseh, president) Mrs. Bwayne Garman, vice president; Mrs. Prank Dogotch, secretary. Men's Club Meeting I S.t. 'Paul's Lutheran Men's club Hupt..lasit Week Tuesday at a regular fheetirig. The meeting was opened by- sinking a hymn by the men, and a, prayer and the •100 psalm Was read by the Rev. Paul Weinhold, Who also read a topic on the offices, and the officers of the congregation. Adolph Naas was a guest of the club. I^enry Kuecker, a charter member Of the club was present at the meeting, after being absent for ten months due to illness. H. W. Behnke, W, G. Brase^ arid Herbert Ztrniatih , were on committee, At flii«fs Montgomery Ward Wants Local Representative In Algona To the woman who can qualify as our local Sales Representative, Montgomery Ward can offer an attractive position of responsibility with a substantial income. Work consists of maintaining a catalog library, follow-up sales work, and personal solicitation for new customers. Applicants should have the following qualifications: Age 25>to 45, a high school education, broad local acquaintance, residence in Algona with telephone facilities, and able to devote full time to this work (40 hours a week). Business experience is desirable, but not a requisite for the position as we will give you the necessary training. In your reply, please state your aye, marital status, number of dependents with ages, education, complete busines sexperience, if any, listing name of ejich employer and length of service, and two personal references. References will not be verified not- present employer contacted without consent of the applicant. Personal interviews will be arranged in Algona for those who qualify. Address replies to D. Lewis, General Personnel Manager, Montgomery Ward, St. Paul, Minn.. '•' ANNOUNCING— One of the Most Complete DRY CLEANING SERVICES in This Section. « Under Management of Mr. Dcrman Jones, Experienced Pry Cleaning. Expert. Slip Covers soiled? Silk Lamp Shades spoiled and dingy? Furniture heavy with dust and grime? Draperies need cleaning? Those are just a very few of ihe dry cleaning specialties we now offer. In addition, we have added new dry cleaning equipment for perfect cleaning of men's, women's and children's garments, Complete alteration and repair service. Complete- Fur Storage service. And, of course, our_ long, known com- pleie laundry service is as close as your own rel- ephone as always! Your taun Pry Clean LAUNDRY rs & Furriers t Prom Pbonn Thoge.who attended .the funeral from a distance last week Thursday for Timothy Anthony O'Brien, infant son of MY. att'd Mrs. Edmund O'Brieh, who was born May 17 and died June 2, at Rochester, were: Mr. and Mrs. I M. R. Hurley and Angela, Elkader; Mrs. John Hurley and Mrs. Ellen McGergor, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien and family, Algona; and Bernard O'Brien and Charles and Dennis, of Bancroft. A Loraa Graduate Mr. and Mrs. Simon Elbert, attended the graduation of their son Edmund, at Loras college at Dubuque a week ago last Sunday. Edmund had received his Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy and plans to spend the Summer with his parents in Whittemore. Triple Birthday Party On Tuesday evening of last week a number of relatives gathered at the Erwin Struecker home to celebrate a triple birthday of Mrs. Martin Meyer, Garner, Mrs. Erwin Struecker, Rodman, and Fred Struecker, of Whittemore. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Sr., Steen, Minn.; Florence and Nona Kitchenmaster, Rock Rapids; Ml*, and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker and family, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker. Lutheran Aid Elects The ladies aid society of St. Paul's" congregation held its regular meeting Thursday afternoon in the-auditorium of the Lutheran school. After the regular business meeting election o£ oti'icers took place for this year and 1949 as follows: President, Mrs. Merlyn Wegener, to succeed Mrs." Herbert Zumach; vice president, Mrs. Lorenz Gade, .succeeding • Mrs. Elmer Bell: secretary, Mrs. P. G. Weinhold, succeeding Mrs. George Maahs; and treasurer, Mrs. Louis Greinert, succeeding Mrs. Hugo Meyer. Mrs. Emelie Heidenwith, Algona, spent from Sunday until Wednesday at the home of her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith in Whittemore. Mrs. Rosa Zabel of West Allis, Wis., is visiting at the home of her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz. Mr. and Mrs. Braatz were visiting with relatives in Minnesota week before last when Mr. Braatz became seriously ill and was ' brought home a week ago last Sunday unconscious, and has been in an unconscious condition most of the time, suffering from uremic poisoning, He is still in a critical condition. - ,/. Mrs. Plenry Dacken,' of Hurt, .and Mrs. Emilie 4 ..Heidenwjth.jjp| Algona, called at the Louis Braatz home Thursday evening for a short visit. The women are sisters and cousins of Mr. Braat^. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald and family, Mr. and Mrs. Theo- dflre Ostwald and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. August Berninghaus, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Biersted and daughter, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs" Lewis Wehrspan and family of Fairville, helped Ferdinand Ostwald celebrate his birthday last Sunday. Mrs. James Killion and sorT lames, and daughters Helen and Leone, of Sioux City, spent last week visiting at me home of the former's sister' and father, Mrs. Bertha Ebert and Ernest Newman. Daryl Tangeman of Ribley was also a guest. Helr-n Killion and Mr. Tangeman will he married June 27 in Sioux City and Mrs. Ebert wi^l attend the wedding. Mr. and MI-.S. Joseph Kavanaugh of Lohrville spent the 'veekend at the home of Mrs. Kavanaugh's oaronts M'r. and Mrs. James Bisenius. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shinn and son Donald of Mason City, spent their vacation at the home of their daughter and son-in-law the L. W. Swanson's. Mr. Shinn who is an expert at fishinq and comes from one of the b"st fishing lakes in Iowa, which is Clear Lake, where he knows all kinds of good spots and the kind of fish that hang out at these points. They accompanied the Swan- There's a NEW FORD in your future! SEE IT FRIDAY JUNE 18 at Kent Motor Co. AIGONA, IOWA At1W* n «§» $** the return home aftd go , Whtfi there are bas» ind ttim ett Mrs. Leo WaitfiM acc Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fuehsfen,ah5 daughter Mildred 16' MasoU last week Sunday A stfh&te yisited a sisten-itt'la^ 1 Mrs, Bibert of Cor"with, who «h«s in a Masbn City \ hpspital -for three weelcs. • • . The Rev. and - -Mud* 1 'fiauli^ Weitihold and daughtftf Jeatte re* turned home last-. ''Wednesday '' from their. visiting with re ij Louis, Mo./Kans|s Houston, TeX&s, companied b'y who remained Houston where ployment. Mr. and Mrs. Rob'ert Weitihold and son of St. Louis, visited last week at the parental home of Rev. and Mrs. Paul G. Weinhold. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Stems and family of EvansVille, Ind., arrived here Tuesday to visit .at the home of the former's mother Mrs. Emilie Siems and brother Erwin, also Mrs. Ida Kuecke'r and Mi-i and Mrs. Noah Reisner of Lotts CVeek, and Mr .and Mrs. Herman Haack of Fenton. They will return to their home this week Thursday as both. Mr. and Mrs. Siems are parochial 'teacher's' and will attend summer school. Mr. and Mi's. Henry 'Newman of Omaha, Neb., whq/<hai};-been' visiting with their daughter .Mrs. William Gross of Austin, Minn., for a week stopped. day to visit with fy father Ernest NeWrrta; ter Mrs. Bertha Bbeft Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marti. ___________ Mrs. Ostwald and Mrs,^;N.ewman are sisters and daughters -of 'Mrs. Lizzie Funk of Algona. ' " Mrs. John 'Kramer and- son Harold spent the weekehtf 'before Memorial day at Lake Field, Minn., visiting Mr. KrOg", 'father of Mrs. Kramer. , •;;••;• Mr. and Mrs. William Fahde;l and Mr. and Mrs. James Butler were called to Litchfield,. Minn;. on Wednesday evening of last week, where a sister of the women Mrs. Joe Koneitzko, wat gravely ill. A baby boy had been born to the Koneitzkos the previous Sunday. Since the little one was coming along nicely arid the mother was much improved Were "e home istWald. people returned fiwwooti .' and o'ri- f fiurlfay, May 27, t6t -summer- -'.vteeatioft' ftein Df university after -cemfiletlnfl first year in radio jdWhftl On f/onday of lasl v^edlT K6 jdln- ed a'gvoup, of, men who are re* pairing. govefrnment tfralnBlifis at Mason City and surroufldiRi territory.- • > x Mrs. George Meyeiv went, to Mason City' Friday mofning to spe'nd the weekend with her nus- wind, who Is working With crew of men from here' repairing government steal bins. She will also visit .at the horiie of her brother and sijter-in-laW Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Ntetfen In Mason City. k Mrs, 'Jo Heller of Fotft '£)odge was a weekend guest at the home of >tr. and Mrs., Frank Kollasch. The children of Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Jr. have the measles' and 13111 is suffering with a severe case of lumbago. Mrs. Leo Kinnitz, Osgood, and Mrs, Fred Laa*bs of Fentort visited at 'the 'William Meyer Sr. home Tuesday afternoon, as Mrs. Ernest Meyer, daughter of Mrs, Kinnite and a niece of Mrs. Laabs had a birthday. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and family, and. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and family, of Lotts Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and family of WesfBerid. '•>• Mr. attd Mrs. Fifed Lauck and Mr. and 'Mrs. Henry .Lauck Sr., Steen; Minn., and .Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker and -Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Jr.. and family, enjoyed a day of fishing and a picnic .at'Soirit Lake, June 7. They met ; the. Minnesota folks at Spirit'Lake and spent the day together. Mr ./'arid Mrs, Lauck accompanied the Whittemore folks home "and .will, remain here for three weeks visiting with relatives. Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Lauck returned" to their home in the •evening. Misses Florence and Nora Kit- chenmaBter of Rock Rapids came here 'last week Friday and spent a week with relatives: They returned horne Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Reese and daughter were m Whittemore Visiting with old friends Monday evening. We. are always glad to see Chris pay us a visit and always look forward to the Upper Des.Moines, to see how many more members Chris has enrolled in the coffee gulpers club. / FATHER'S t>AY^SUM>AY, JUNE 20 'A box of, Havana, clgnfs — each in- ividwilly wrapped for freshness. A blend of \$ is favorite tobaccos with a new, pipe and handsome ha* mldor.. Get "His Favorite Brand" " -* r * Cigars -Cigarette* ~ Tobacco - Pipes Begin N^ tt«Hfii, • ^ f '-fot \1 Msofijtm lots in tfid.^ssVfea'rt $ . The Wilsons recently sold Hie HMfly «a!e lo'fltef dffier 1 ownei-S, Mr, arfd'Mft. Ff&j Wef- eiriet 1 of Alf?ona, who'have moved mto the fitfaffmM above the cafe. The WUsofts have moved to the house oft, the Tie'tfan tarn south of town, 'find will Have th-e house moved to its hew site as early as possible. , . FENTON Eunice tfaJitelnian Visited last weeT< at the Ross^Gilbaugh and Edwin WedtfalL homes in Graet- tlnger. 4 Saturday evening dinner guests in the Gerhart Hantelman home were Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Westfall and family and Mrs. Ross Gilbaugh of Gracttinger. Mrs. Anna Osbprn attended the Wedding of Leona Jensen at Rings'tcd 'Sunday aiternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantel- mah, Mary and Glen spent Sunday at Alta where they attended the wedding pf. Esther Glienke. Susan Marie Hantelman spent a few days in the P. M. Christensen home near Lone Rock. David and Paul Hantelman of Mankato, Minn., are visiting with relatives in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Alderson . , J, Nor* Sp-fin$ tefloo with relatives an Mrj aftd Mrs. Melvlft Mafie&gf f ^All' types of tmitil srtws tnndc to meet flic exncUtig "demftfuls of muster citrjiciit'crs. Highly polished blades of best quality sfe^K This IN only one of "the many fine buys yoiill find here, Everything For the fdol'Chest KOHLHAAS HARDWARE •i •Hf <*] •fl ft 4, •*>' •t i •V ,v 'J »l 'V X •HTdra-Mitlc Drlvt. , • white wtd^wall tired, ftt extra eoRt MOBILE M-yiWv'»». 'fi f:'X ft '^jy»Kc-.-.:'.." i v -«l, '' : ''*"'•• 1^ 'm^^F ^r'H 5^S^?^ *1$ c < r "^ t ' le ye? -*' ' ' '*' s ^ lc ^utm-amic Oldsmobilc! A brand new * iV'onMv'asiCoinM .to*(losci, - il)c -it.'': A lirand new turill will be yours wicn you drive it. For the Olds- inobiie 798" is "Fiiturmnic" in action, too . . . wilb GM Ilydra-Matic Drive* and "Whirliway." , Sec>it in -our sliowroom and you, too, : will-say . . . "It's the .smartest new car of them all!" ' Dau's Garage Algona, Iowa i' * • f-'jpt- * * *? 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