The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 29, 1948
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Uppsr Dss Tuesday, June 29, 1946 Mrs, Giddings Is New Auxiliary Head, LuVeme LuVefne— Mrs. Guy Giddings has been elected president of the LuVerne American Legion Auxiliary of the Ernest Merkle Post No. 664 at the meeting held Monday evening. June 21 at the Legion building. Other officers elected at the mooting were: Mrs. Van Hansen. v i-'i: prrsidrnt: Mrs .Tamo- Dnak •"•• •"•'•tiiiy: Mrs. C. TV H,i!T troas- Grp--ba, h chap- ...ri; Mrs. Earl Johns, sergcant- fit-arms. and Mrs. William Big- nt;s. historian. At this meeting awards were presented to Mrs. Harold Phillips, Mrs. Nels Jensen and Mrs. Ralph r>nvidson for maintaining perfect attendance the past year. Hostesses for the meeting were the Mosdames C. B. Huff, Edward TVhnert, Van Hansen and Kmilv Guy. Hosts To Visitors The Women's Society of the Presbyterian church were hosts to 15 ladies of the Livermni-e , . . ....- *_>. i* i i,ji/i\_ Were guests t5J The hostessed w^r'e Hof, Esther Merkle and Kenneth Mr .and Mrsi Rdbert Detmering are the parents o! a son born at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday, June 22. Mr. and Mrs, Howard Wilte are the parents of a son born at the Algona hospital Wednesday. June 16. He has been named James; Allen. They have another son John Howard. Moves To Eagle GroV6 Mr. and Mrs. Frances. Willey and son are leaving LuVdrne and moving to Eagle Grove to make their home. Mr. Willey has oper- •-itcrl a welding shop for the past in LuVerne. He will open a welding shop in Eagle Grove. Mrs. Kenneth Brayton and two children of Callender spent the :>ast week at the home of Mrs. Grace Brayton. Mrs. Lawrence Muschamp, son and daughter of St. Paul, Minn., arrived Friday night for a visit with Mert L. Barton, father of Mrs. Muschamp. Shirlcv Kenizey of Milo has been a guest the past week of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Brvce Wickett. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler ac- eotnpanied Mrs. Legler's brother Charles Kanarska and family to Zweifel home. Sharon Kay remained to spend the week. M Mr. and Mrs, Robert Umsted of Fort Dodge visited at the honle bf their daughter Mrs, Cecil Bak- ef and family Thursday evening. Steve Baker and son Cecil attended J& baseball gaWe Ihj5torm Lake Thursday evetiinff. Merlin Bakeh their son ana brttthev, played .with the^ Tobih Packing Oo. of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. Joseph Thorh, Mrs. Harry Mrs. Fred Zweifel Lichty and attended , , . — '••*. ^j i nn iv, o A »-m tin o t^ ti CAIIV.) ICIIIIIJ.Y vw rhiirch at tho town hall Wcdnos- I their home in Earlham Monday. nav afternoon. June 23. — — Tho social hour was in charge ^f Mrs. Bert Ramus and Mrs. F. I. Chnnman. Poems were read bv Mrs. EmmeU Knarv. Mrs Walter Pntrel and Mrs. Jennie Phillips. They also enjoyed group singing. B'ble School Opens Vacation Bible school onened at tho Zion Evangelical Lutheran church this week. The school vill be held for three weeks. Teachers are Mrs. L. Wittenberg. Mrs. Anna Hanselman. Mrs. Ken- nc-' 1 ! V.'ittenberg. Nadino Witten- 1-iv ! ;. Betty Schul?. with Margaret and Joan Wilhclm assisting in the teaching. Visitors From Omaha Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson spent the past week end with Mrs. Thompson's brother Edward Meier family. They wore returning from a trip to Minnesota where they visited children of Mr. Thompson. On Sunday. June 51 th-jy attended the Thompson and Merriam family reunion held ••* the Merriam home near Cor•' M i. Thev left Tuesday for their in Omaha, Neb. S. C. S. Convenes _The general meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church was held in the church rooms Wednesday afternoon, June 23 with a good attendance. The business meeting was in charpc of Mrs. George Wolf. The devotions were in charge "f Mrs. Ralph Davidson. The les- r.cvi was given by Mrs. Earl Neal. Hostesses were Mesdarnes Van T; ansen. Joseph Thorn, Lloyd T nrson, Cecil Jollifi'e and Allen B-ink. Comrade Class Meets The Comrade class of the Evangelical United Brethren church met in the church rooms Monday evening. The devotions were led bv Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle. The ~'"v. and Mrs. E. R. Walters of Nevada, former pastor of the The Kanarska familv spent the past week at the Legler home. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Skow of Humboldt and Mrs. Laura Zeiger of Jefferson were Wednesday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christiansen. Laura Mae Christiansen of Fort Dodge is spending some time visiting her grandmother Mrs. Anna Hnnsolman. Verlaine Johnson returned to her work in the Farmers Savings bank after spending a week's vacation at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Johnson at Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bauls returned to their home in St. Paul Minn., after spending several days visiting Mrs. Baul's mother. Mrs. Emma Schmidt and brother Johnny The'Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Walters of Nevada were Monday ov- ernieht guests of Mr. and Mrs Fred Merkle. The Rev. Walterr was pastor of the Evangelical church eight, years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fett and family of Fort Wavne, Ind.. Mrs Clariita Neettl and son Jimmy and Donald Fett spent the past week at the Forest Fett home. Mrs. Lewis Block and infant daughter Paula Maxine returned to their home here Monday from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Robert Cowling of Sioux City spent the past week at the home of her daughter Mrs. Ehrhart Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Jones, Mrs. D. S. Jonos, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Toft and Danny of Royal were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Hinz and daughters Dor.;* and Dejores went to Carroll, Tuesday. They attended a celebration of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and ., Mrs. Rov Rjckers. brother-in-law I and sister of Mr. Hlnz. Mrs. C. L. Waycoff. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Staheli and daughter Sharon Kay of Des Moine= were week end guests at the Fred pre-nuptial shower at the home of Mrs. W. H. Ellis in Humboldt for her granddaughter Marilyn O'Connell Friday evening. Margaret Moeding is employed in Fort Dodge for the summer months. Margaret is attending Iowa State Teachers college. Grace Christiansen, student nurse at Des Moines, visited Wednesday and Thursday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christiansen. Dinner guests Wednesday evening at the Christiansen home were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamberlain and son. Joyce Havden and Lavonne Griese of Algona. 4-H Tour Held By Seneca Unit Last Thursday Seneca—The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club held- its annual club tour last Thursday The boys along with their leaders. Roy Osborn, "Millen Jensen and Forrest Ives and Lester Genrich of Algona met at the home of Lyle Culbertson, and began their tour there, looking at Lyle's Angora rabbits. They then drove to the home of Roger Anderson who exhibited a Spotted Poland market litter. Jerry Olscn showed his litter of Duroc pigs after which they drove to the Carl Nielsen home where Donald exhibited two Hereford baby beeves. Here Mr. Ives pointed out good characteristics of beef cattle. From there they drove to the Petcrsen home and saw Perry's Spotted Polancls. While here Mr. Ives discussed the judging of dairy cattle and the boys then judged some cows. The Ed Kennedys was the next stop. Here they saw Jimmie's "abbits. Then they drove on to Moore's where Bob and Tommy exhibited. Shorthorn baby beeves. Bill Moore had hard luck with lis baby beef several weeks ago and had to have it butchered. At Cassie Klocka's they saw Everett's Hereford baby beef and .hen since it was almost noon the caravan moved on to the Seneca school where a picnic dinner was »njoyed even though it had to be eaten in the home economics room due to the showers which .ell intermittently. The Martin Wilberg home was tHe first after dinner stop where ">nnald exhibited rabbits. Then on td the Earl Cfftuen home where Jerry had an Angus baby beef. > Roger Osborn fxttbtfed ,'twtt lle/eford Calves, \WKfi on .tii the Millert Jensen lltirne where and Biaine three*: fords and one black Angus". . The nekt stow was at Roy Osborn's Where Lt6yd. exhibited a Brawn Swiss dairy heifer.. At Otto Wilberg's Francis Culbterl- , son showed a litter of Duroc The toUr was conoluacd; Looft showed their 4-H 'iK the ick ord calves. Here the boys Had an opportunity to judge and place the calves after which eftdh 'ball wa; judged and placed .by 'Mr. Ives. Two New Grands&ns ' Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voight announce that they have two new grandsons. Mr. and Mrs. Cerl Voight have Hostess At Aid Meeting, June 24 tsBtofl-ifus ttftrtta circle „ Lfithetati ehufch wet lay, Mm 24 in the 4 htfrte *• Milieu Jensen. SiaW clt^ & M*.*,«*ia-.^A * . , kt ?«,« mffOm IftWertd rbK "eltt »&M.,4 feuests " -• a new son born ThTirSday, June 17 at an EmmetsbU'i'g hospital and the Ralph Voights have a son born Monday, June 21 at the Park View clinic at EsthfcrVille. Charles Voight, Carl VOight's son, is staying with his paternal grandparents while his mother is in the hosp'ital. Paul and Ray Neustrom of Chicago visitecr"from, Saturday until Monday at the J. W. Bollig home. F Mrs. A. O. Stean and son of Fairmont spent several days last week at the Virgil Moore home. Miss Anne Conwell of Grand River, Iowa, ' was 'i..a, • weekend- guest at the J. W. I?i6llig home. She was an attendantjat-the Wedding of Lavonne Thompson and Kenneth Campbell .at. the Lutheran church at Depew; Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ffed^fiutchihson and family of EstheCville ''were Sunday dinner guests Tit the C. C. Voight home. The VoFghts Spent Monday at the Huttjhinson home where they helpedtdress chickens for the locker. r Mr. and Mrs. Jerrald Godden are the parents of an eight pound baby daughte'r born Wednesday. The Goddens have a son Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft 'and David spent Sunday afternoon at the George Pommer home at Woden, Bob Moore will represent the Seneca boys 4-H club' at the short course held at Iowa State college at Ames beginning Monday, June 28. Roy Osborn will be one of the club leaders who will attend the short course. Junior Merrill, who has been ill and confined to his home several days of last week, is reported to be feeling better Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl re keeping the Caleb Hartshorn hildren at their home while Mrs. Hartshorn is helping care for her mother-in-law Mrs. Roy Hartshorn of near Armstrong, who has been ill for several months. The latter's condition is now reported to be very serious and there are no hopes for her recovery. Jennie of Ringsted, aftd Afifli|Qiiborn, jfetiton. Infant BapHaed .CAnnle" Jean, jftfattt daughter of Dr, and MM. J. R. Wait6 ( Was baptised In St. John's Lutheran chuWt Sunday, June 20. Rev. Frledvkk officiating. Mr. and Mrs., Eldon Hantelman were spoMjftj. JDi\ and Mrs, Waite en- tertftihted at a dinnsi* in heap* of the occasion Mr. and Mrs Eldefi Hantelman and .family arid Mr, and;MrS. Frank Humphrey, Birthday Pwty Glfenh Hantelmah entertained ft few friends at a birthday p&rtv Tuesday afternoon. Present were Merle and Barbara HalVfersott, Paul and Eunice Hantelman, Pamela Weisbrod. Mary Alice Rog- siter and his sisters SUSaft, MflrV and Becky. Tuesday evening din ner guests in the William Hantelman home in'honor of Glenn's 4th. birthday were,Mrs. Christine Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Mr. "and 'Mrs;. Gerhart Hantelman, Eunice-' and Paul, " • Prank Behne, Lay ton and visited recently in the pa^ Palmer home and .with othife>l-elatives at Rockford. iowa; Mi-, and Mrs. John Midklick of Halttontown Visited in the Ben Mitqhell home Sunday. fc and Mrs, Morris Mitchell •tDale were Sunday guests in iddie Silrum home, at Man- Mr, and Mrs. Gerhart Vorland of ^Minneapolis were last."Friday evening guests in the Nyles Heggen home. Sharon Kabrick is visiting for a couple of weeks with her ,'randmother and other relatives n Des Moines. Miss Doris Berklan'd arrived lome Sunday evening. Miss Berkand recently graduated from the os Angeles City college. She slans to return to Los Angeles his fall to resUme her studies at .he university. Mr. and Mrs. .William DeWali attended the band festival at Mason City on Tuesday. W. A. Reimers of Des Moines spent Monday evening with his nother Mrs. H. Reimers. Jim Widdel,. Don Luedtke, Darrel Dreyer and Ray Uthbf spent ast week Monday through Fri- dav fishing at Squaw Lake, Minn. Sunday afternoon and eyehing dinner guests in the Joe Madden lome were Mr. and Mrs. 'Ralph IHu Mfi S ;MWii% ' Mattffi Jtfidgft ef Hn. v < Mh aftd M deft uftd soft Jee ft sf Afm§trbfi& ef mm •pIMiWMMM luvu niiu' airs ana.fawttw of $29.75 INCABLOC EQUIPPED 17-JEWEL WATER REPELLENT DUST PROOF SWEEP SECOND HAND RADIOLITE DIAL STAINLESS STEEL BACK EXPANSION OR LEATHER BAND Ladies Water Repellent Watch Same as Man's Watch above. $42.50 TJ LXi ^^^^^^ft^^tfaf ^ftr ^HF GIFTS-WATCHES-WATCH REPAIR torn 7- V A TASTY HOME TREAT: wo/ ICECREAM .To make a hit with anyone ask for our QUALITY CHEKTJ te0 cream, So rich* so creamy, so smooth. And remember—it is the only brand in town approved by QUALITY CHEKK JC1 CREAM Mr SOCIATION! FORT DODGi €RIAMiRY CO, MfMlfl QUMITY CWV« i$J Clf* ,»..«,»"o. Howard ReldW tt 6f Cedar Fails, Mr, and ^•s, Clarence Theesfield bf Fatf- Went, Mr. aftd Mrs. Floyd for- gersbn of Bode were/Sunday ev* enittf dlhfter guests in the Alvin Zurnaeh home, Mr, and Mrs. Leb Wffrjds visited with relatives iH t Algona and Eagle QfgVe on SUfraay, Mrs. Ktiss Gilbauirl, Helefl Westfall, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hennon and children of Esther'* VJlle were guests Tuesday in the Gerhart Hantelman home. The Hook and Eye sewing- club et /Tuesday with Mrs; Albert itcnell, Mf. and Mrs s Haflfin Gaard of pttumwa spent Saturday night lh the Albert'Mitchen Home, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kyhl and children spent the ,weekend- in the home df Mrs. Clara Kyhl at Masbn City, , Mf. and Mrs. Monte ttiatt spent the pflst ..Week vacationing in northern Minnesota. DUane Dreyer. Rose Mary Fuhr, Kathlem Bolllneeiv Carol Bierstedt, Dorothv fieSart, Marvin Bellinger, Marilyn Jentz, Sharon Eigler have spentv this week at Concord ia Cub week at Okoboji. , Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Krause vis-- Wed last week at Elbow Lakei^ Minn. Mrs* Walter Ryeret of Denver. Colo.t has been visiting With relatives and friends itt Fenton. Wednesday, evening Nhvand Mrs. Fred Newel and Beth Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth, Misses Florence Weisbrod, Lila Boevers ahd Agnes Goetsch entertained Mrs. Rueret at a picnic supper in the city park, and Agnes Goetsch entertained Mrs. Rueret at dinner Friday. Mrs. James Schwartz and son of Swea City visited in the'J. A. Sthwartz home Friday. The George Goetsch es returned home Wednesday after visiting the past ten days at Forest Lake, Minn. . •f O SEE SPILLES HARDWARE WINDOW J8L. C J1 J 1 Members and Veterans At V.F.W.Hd II---Algona JUNE 30, "48 GAMES - - - - LUNCH & FUN • BIGGER . 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