The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1948 · Page 10
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4-Aigeria Upper Das Mofnes Install Officers Of Auxiliary AfWhittemore Whiitemore — The local Legion Auxiliary installed 1948 of- icers in -a meeting held last Thursday afternoon: President, Mrs. Grace Mueller: vice president, Catherine Farrell: secretary, Theresa Hyink: treasurer, Margaret Schumacher; Child Welfare and Mental Health Director, Alice Jurgens: poppy director, Theresa Thill; sergeant at arms, Joan Kelly; publicity chairman, Cathleen Farrell. Helen Reeling gnve an interesting report about her recent trip to girls' state which the Auxiliary sponsored. Buys 240 Acre Farm ' John Cunningham of St. Joe purchased the 240 acre farm five miles northwest of Whittemorc, on highway li!. from Clarence Klement recently. Tuesday, July 26, 1948 \ entertained, a number of. their ..., ••• ,- •• •--—_—_ friertds at tHeir home Friday ,ev- Men's Club Meets The members of St. Paul's Lutheran Men's club held a regular meeting last Tuesday evening in the auditorium of the school. The Rev. P. G. Weinhold opened the meeting with a scripture reading and a prayer and read a topic on the hymn "Rock of The Office Of L. S. BOHANNON offers AUTOMOBILE DWELLING HOUSEHOLD GOODS TRUCKS TRACTORS FARM MERCANTILE INSURANCE Over S & L Store—Phone 103 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE AgeS, and how originated and by" whom. H. W. Behnke, Victor Dau, Lorenz Gade, and Herbert Ziimach were on the serving committee. , A Farrell Reunion For the first time An -ten years the immediate families of Mrs. Nell Farrell met \vith their mother last week Sunday a* a reunion dinner at her home. All of her children were present, and all but two of the grandchildren. Sgt. Jack Farrell, stationed at Japan, and Pfc. James Farrell of San Francisco, both are sons of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Farrell. Attending were Sister Marie Seline of Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Farrell of Richmond, Cali.f.; Miiry Catherine and Helen Farrell, of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foley, Rodman; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Farrell and family. Mr. ,and Mrs. Guy Farrell arid family, and Edward Farrell, There were also present Jack Farrcll of Whittemorc, and Mrs. Frank Farrell and daughter Gertrude of Emmetsbur^. Schultz Gathering A number of relatives gathered at the Henry F. Schultx home'last Sunday evening to help Mrs. George Schultz celebrate her birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs and famUv. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe and son Brian. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom. Cards were played and lunch was served. Heidenwilhs Return Mr. awl Mrs. Arthur Heiden- \vith of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and family of Albert Lea. Minn., returned homo- last week Friday night from a week's vacation in northern Minnesota. They enjoyed some fish- inn in the Detroit Lake region ••inrl \vhile making a short stop at Park Rapids, they had the pleasure of meeting C. A. Sampson of Algona. who was also trying to hook a bit 1 one. but had the same I luck the Whittemore folks had. ening in honbr o'f.Mrs. Werner's fMrehts Mr. arid Mfs. Alvlfl Yev- ex of Edmonton, Canada, arid a friend Miss Kay Tprscner c-f Medicine Hat, AlberW, Canada, Present besides the folks from Canada were Mr. and MY,s. Victor Dau. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach, Mr, and Mrs. Mitten Espe. Mr. aiid Mrs. Herman Vaudt and Mr. arid Mrs. Louis Greittert. Jolly "500" Hostess Mrs. Mike Mergen entertained the Jolly 500 club at her home Tuesday afternoon. At cards Mrs. Paid Ludwig won high. Mrs. Herman Voigt. low. and Mrs. Joseph Rosch Sr. travel. Mrs. Aup".?1 Flhort will entertain the club August 10. Honor Canadians Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Wegner Mr. and Mrs..Frank O'Cdnnors and son Micheal of Fort Dodge were weekend guests dt the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Geelan. The immediate families of Mrs. Bertha Behnke of Whittemore were entertained at a dinner, and supper recently at tine Albert Meyer home in Lotts Creek. Attending were Mrs. Meyer's mother Mrs. Bertha .Behnke, Mrsf Edwin Behnke and daughter Elaine, and son Edwin, of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Blinkman and son James, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Blinkman and two children of Tracy, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. George Case, Cincinatti, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Behnke and daughter Phyllis, and son Allen, Bay City, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Behnke and family, Latimer. Mrs. H. J. Helmke of Whittemore and daughter Elsie of Algona, left for Milwaukee, Wis., to visit an aunt Mrs. Alvina Tank, 91, who is very active at her age. Mrs. Henry Lauck and sons Paul and Ivan, and Mrs. Walter. Struecker and daughter Lola, visited with relatives in Steen and Lu Verne, Minn., from 'Monday until Thursday of last we£k. . Yeoman 2-c James Kuecker was met by his' father- Harold Kuecker at Des Moines Wednes>day evening, who brought him home for a few weeks furlough. James is stationed at San Diego, ralif. Miss Kay Torscher, Medicine Hat, Alberta, Can., is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Wegener for a month. . Mr. and Mrs. Alyin Yerex, of Edmonton, Can., visited at the home of their son-in-law and At Lu Verne In Drive On files daughter Mr. Wegener, the and past Mrs. two Merlyn weeks. New design and new beauty Extra-large all-porcelain oven Waist-high, smokeless type broiler Radiantube 5-speed cooking units Cook-Master oven clock control c» Here's the beauty and style you've always wanted In a range. With it are the very newest Improvements and conveniences to make your cooking really carefree. Prove It to yourself. Come In. See the pew Frigidaire Electric Range that 1$ gleaming, clean Inside and out. Make your own comparison, you'll choose Frigidaire, the Favorite. CRILLY APPLIANCES Hqrlan and State Last week they were accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Weg- cner, and are how visiting With relatives in Nebraska. They are on a two months' vacation and enroute home they will stop at the Yellowstone Park, Toronto, and Montreal, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle accompanied by .the Conner's parents Mr. and Mrs. Merman Meyer drove to Fergus Falls, Minn., last week Friday and returned home Tuesday 6v- oning. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. William Maahs *and their families. The Meyers tried their luck at some of the northern Minnesota lakes and reported very good luck. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meyer and son arrived here from Chicago to visit with his father H. C. Meyer and brother Walter Meyer, and son Richard, and sister Mrs. Roger Elbert and family. _... 6'f, t>u- Verne received its s&Coftd i$prfly- ing for fifes a'nd biigS Friday, The' Miillenjjonlpany Is dffltfg the spraying. The tbwn Will feceive three treatments. W. S. C. S. Circles Met The Circles o'f the Woman's S6- clety of Christian SerVicVbf the Methodist church mfet Wednesday. Circle 1 met.,at'th'e fchurch with Mesdames Wilson aftd Raymond Legler hostesses. Devotions were led by Mrs. Rdbert flard- copf and the lesspn» Was /given by Mrs. Ray Stone. .,,,'. Circle three .enjoyed a potluck picnic, luncheon at th* home of Mrs. Frank Sanford. After, a brief business meeting they enjoyed plaving games. Circle 2 met on Friday at the home of Mrs. Van Hansen. Devotions were led by Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe and the lesson was given by Mrs. Charles Nygaard. Friendly Neighbors The • Friendly , Neighbor club met at the home of Mrs. Edwin Marty. Tuesday afternoon, July 13, with a good, attendance. One guest, Mrs. Henry''Kohly, being present. , At the business meeting the r-lub voted to hold a b'ake sale in Renwick Saturday, July 17. The proceeds will be glveh to the Judy Ettreim fund. Mrs. Ettreim is a member of th'e club. Mrs. Wilson Legler had charge of the social hoiir. ,; Games and contests were enjoyed. The birthday of Mrs. Clarence Holmes was appropriately observed With a gift. Lunch wa's served by the hostess, after which the club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Ralph Black on Tuesday, August 10. Good Will -Club The Good Will club met at the home of Mrs. ""Fred Lenz TJhurs- aa'y afternoon with a good attendance and two guests, former members Mrs. Beata Klatt. of Air-on a and Mrs. Frank Sanford of Lu Verne were, present. The club voted to hold a picnic for their families at-- Call State park in Algona, Sunday, August 8. Bingo and a guessing game was enioyed, in charge of the committee, Mrs. Clarence Krause, and Emma Krause. Mrs. Lenz, assisted bv her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Roland Lenz, served refreshments. The noxt meeting o£,;the club willibe Thursday, August' liij^with Mrs. Paul Blumer. ^ • ?r " Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrall returned Thursday from a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Miller at Pine River, Minn. / Here From California Mrs. Emil Paling of Palm Dale, Calif., arrived for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Gustave Reddel, brothers Carl Reddel. Harold Reddel and sister, Mrs. Lawrence Oberhelman and families. Mrs. Paling, who was the former ,Bertha Reddel, has not been hom8' in 14 years. At that time they moved to the California coast for th'e health of Mr. Paling. He is much improved but during that tirn'e Mrs. Paling's health was impair-', ed. She was not able to attend the golden wedding anniversary of her parents, Mrs. and the' laftei, Gustave Reddel celebrated last January. Her father passed away, six weeks ago. Back From Oklahoma Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Pearson have returned from a trip '.tq' Kansas City, Oklahoma City, and Denver. Mrs. Katherine Burtis accompanied them on the trip. They visited Mrs. Burtis' daugh-; ter, Mrs. William Hers'he/ arid family, Kansas City., In Okla- ; i homa City they visited Mr. a'nd ' Mrs. Percy Pearson, brother a'rid . sister-in-law of Mr. Pearson. 'In 1 December they visited Mr. a'n,d Mrs. Jack Burtis, son and daughter-in-law of Mrs. Burtis. Mfs, Burtis remained in Denver for a ! longer visit. Enroute home the Pearsons stopped at Horton, Kans., and brought Gary Zwonit- zer home with them for a visit, Family Reunion, Picnic The Alex .Miller family enjoyed a get-together and picnic dinner at the town park, Sunday. Mrs. Arno Ristau, Sioux City, Mrs. James Johnson, Humbofcft, and Mrs. Daryl Burtis, Esther- j ville, daughters, were not prjss- lent. Others attending were fhe John Miller family, Hurt, Howard Hinzman, and Richard Wer- mersen families, Graettinger, Henry Miller, Robert Miller, George Johnson, Orville Anopr- son families and Mrs. Alice Anderson, all of LuVerne. • No other home convenience will give you roore help and pleasure, at such low cost. Plenty of clean, hot water on tap always.., and at the right temperature. Come in. See it today, • Timptrolurt |uil right. • No "wat«r-h»ol«r ruit.* • Clfon and. laf*. 9 No flomti, no 190). • No coal to ihovtl, Only Frigidaire haf »h« ."Radlanlube" Heating Unit GRILLY APPLIANCES and Slal* " |»hpn* 39? Visitpr From Algona Mrs. Beata Klatt of Alg6n& spent the past week visiting atives and old friends. She also visited' at the home of TRUTH ABOUT THE COST OF LIFE INSURANCE AND SAVE The selling of Life by agents greatly increases Mil cost. Now, In JPW* Jtwre exi*J8 a well « «Mi|&* id employs no ftgeirt*, , p ilpng |h* i|vj^ to its hoWew. ^iivesttgite. Write If' day. giving AMERICAN HOME v ;,,- ,. ,-tofhiMMi, win b(Hmttu^ctf.flf -the i, Witter *apaster, th% Rev. !, The Sponsors were r£-r —*-;* " bttftheY an 'a sister* ln-«iflwY;Mf,.and Mr*. Lyie SeW- pull, cfifwilh. fyp'. tj> Cobk; Cttfo'.r'wh'erelhey Visited Mbs. , Andrew's d&Mhter find Mrs. Jftfrs'6'n's sister, W Wmfarn. Eflcfts'bh a'nd family. Thfey .also ,ettjftfed a sight-seeing trip IHtO 'the Rocky Mountains. f #$ . . ,•&. thom'as, left the '.p'riat Aft ,,Mr. tfftj Mrs, ., ftuth a,nd ' week ft?? §fe iJeWftfffltfo, .tftlll* t»g«a, v 8ffiv§*%' £w£ fc»'v. .*~ .>- tne,, H,onTe , ,,.._»,_ u, v »» , H..M, \.i(!lUjjntCT k itt»ld l M>, and Mf'8. Eagaf TftttnlaS, . fiflrl Neal, daugHfer Netl and SOttMh^IfiW _.. ToWne* 16ft -the Wsl wee"k ' fbfr Bcllflbwer, lit, wlSefts .thtfy -tit- tended a i^etthloh of the Nefcl family. Frpfh tlfete 1%1'St Neal Will'go'to Hampton, Va. r Whefe' She. will visit her bfatHeMft'law 'and sister, Mr, "and Mfg. Lyle Nfelsbn ahd fatWly, Tffp tfi Black Hills i Mr. aftd Mr^. J6Kn 'A. Nelson and Mr. Nelso'n's brother rind sis- tef-fH-IaW, Mr. and Mrs, Norris Nelson of Fort Dodge, left for an auto trip through the Bla*ck Hills, Yellowstone Park and Tacoma, Wash., where they, will visit With relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, son LeRoy and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mfs. Mlehard Beers and. daughter, of Lincoln, Neb.j visiting here, spent over- Sunday in Davenport, with.a sister of, LeRoy and Mrs. Beers, Whatever the Job _*,<•*' . ... from changing spark plugs to a' complete engine overhaul job, you can depend on bur staff of ex- ip'eft mechanics to do the job right! .Repair jobs dre o(/r rhed^! JONES AND STATE taatn '' Kemar'skl It a- Broth* ' td fft Mf Tuesday, after sptafldiflM ttf M'Wtth Hfe*,pa¥6;fttt, J«f, and i-H, C./A1HC fljAfe' 6odrjfs, dau|htb# 6f Mr,' -Mfs. 'Hbmef' /po'ddS of -Al* gona . v;l$itecl SVth'e Jtomfe, of her trfoiwhm gfliftdp'afems, Mf ( artd Mri'f.H .ttiht^- •' i • 'Mh and Mfs. Dan Figglns,, children Carb'line and Danny, ,of Des ..vv/?"" *> ! •' 'f'M.-l S Mi aHd MftV at thf faker, live Mr. and Mrs. and yui> \m BM I nd r soft .WaVftk Mr. and-Mrs.- Weftt tO SiOuJi' >»»-j ii'»~'i53S to Visit Mr< Bftd MfS. 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