The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1948 · Page 11
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Wesley Twp. F-B Meeting Buy* Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grifhorsl r! "u'~"" 'mV a * ^he jnerman »„.,,- --. "o^e .Thursday, evening With an attendance of 70. A patrolman from Algona gave a talk on.highway safety talks by chairmen were given and also a short musical program. Hostesses werei the Leo and Jack Ludwigs, the Chas. Nygaards and George Roeders. A demonstration on ''OPe knotting Was givdn bv Don* Ti V^'e.and Donovan Studer. The 4-H girls and 4-H-boys gave tQlRs. Into tJew Location Mr and Mrs. Bob McMurray and Mr. and Mrs. Mermeth Anderson and baby girl have moved into the apartment above the Koppen Furniture store, recently vacated by the Marco family. The two couples operate tlie Wesley cafe and had been having sleeping quarters in the late Dr Adams office building, whidi will be occupied by a Dr. Lee Snook from Vinton, who is to come here about the first of September. Dr. and Mrs. Snook have a 6 months old son. They will live in the Sam Alne apartment. A,New Apartment An .apartment is being fixed Up above the Grifhorst drug store and will be the living quarters of Mr. and Mrs. Joe DeMhihe of Sioux City. He has been hired as coach and teacher of several subjects in the public school. Dorcai Circle Met The • Dorcas - Circle met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Martha Welter, for their, annual birthday party. The K. Y. N, Circle met that day, with Mrs. Fred Seefelt and the Willing Workers with Mrs. John Weiland. Wesley Girls Win The Wesley girls kittenball team trounced the Garner gals in a game played there Tuesday; evening. The Algona girls are to meet the Wesley players here Sunday evening, Aug. 1. The Wesley Skirls" are to play the Becker team that evening. Ed Kunz On Visit Edward Kunz of Madison, Wis., visited briefly in Wesley one day lust week. He is a son of Mrs. Ruth Kunz of Madison and the late Ed Kunz, former Wesley residents. Has Appendectomy Merlin, son of Mr. and Mrs Herman Studer submitted to an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital on Friday, July 16. He was bi-ought home»on-Wednesday of lasjbweek; -. ^-vt- >•>£-•••>• •»« .' A New Daughter A baby gin was born to Mr. ana; Mrs. Louis Simpson at the Kossuth hospital at Algona on Sunday, July'18. They have one other child. Dorothy, who had been at the home of her uncle and aunt the Tony Pearsons. Fish F>y On Lawn Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker entertained several neighbor couples at a fish fry on their lawn Friday eVening. The guests were the Larry Youngwirths, Chas. Mullins, Frank Bleichs and R. E. Newbroughs. Bleich and Youngwirth were the efficient fishers. Auxiliary Council Met The executive board of the American Legion Auxiliary met and decided not to sponsor the magazine drive approved by the county but decided to purchase a hospital bed that would be available to anyone. Plan Shower For Sisters Mrs. Lou Hauptman and her daughter Mrs. Jim Haverly were servers'at'the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon. • At the meeting of the C. D. A. that evening Mrs, Ray Williamson, vice president," presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. John, Hutchinson. The ladies decided to hold a /food and grocery shower for the Sisters of St. Joseph's parochial school on Wednesday evening, August 18. A pot luck lunch will be served. There, will be no meeting of the lodge till that evening, In 500 Mrs, Lou Goetz and Mrs. Carl Froelich won high and low score prizes and Mrs. Al Lickteig, chair -prize. . . rors have fiufehasea the H. J. Brale residence and Will fake possession about Sept. 1st. Qrifhoi-st operates -the drug store formerly owned anti operated by\Braleys. Mrs. Albert Monson was brought home Saturday from the General hospital at Algona where she had been two weeks following a stroke. Bernard Erdman will receive his master's degree from the stale university on August 4th. He teaches at Lisbon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Meuhe of Albert Lea, Minn., spent several days last week at the parental J. B. Meuhe home, Cletus Studer, son of J. P. Studer, suffered a severe gash on his forehead Thursday when the tractor he was driving on the highway west of Sexton was struck by a car. The tractor was badly damaged and the man and women in the Wisconsin car wero treated for cuts and bruises in an Algona hospital. Cletus is employed at the Henry Eisenbarth farm. Carol, daughter of J. P. Studer had her tonsils removed at the General hospital in Algona Wednesday. "i'ttf1|- Mrs. Joe Wynne and son Craig of Albert Lea. Minn., was a guest at the Ihrto Gerdes home several days last weiek. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jones and two children of California slopped briefly at the Ihno Gerdos home Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Jones is the former Mabel Sta^c. who. taught in the public school here several v'ears a«o, and they submitted to surgery at Rochester and Was brought to the G. L. Olson home on Saturday, July It. Mr. ahd Mrs. Glenn Engle'berg 1 of Clear Lake h*ve moved their travel house to the lot north of Mrs, Margaret Benton and he be^ gan his work as assistant buttel 1 - makcr in the co-operative creamery. Avcry 'Mullin resigned this job to enlist in the army air corps. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Starquist sailed July 23 on the Gripsholm from Now York City for a three months visit in Sweden and Nor" " Hopkins left , had been to Sibley to visit relatives, and were going on to Woolstock to visit his parents. They had stooped at Cheyenne, Wyo'., to .see the Frank Materns. Mrs. Matern was Dordthy Shannahan who taught here. Mr. and Mrs. Ole K. Flom, Anna and Ethel spent the July J8 weekend at the Halvor Egland home .at Houston. Minn. ; Ben Wagner left Wednesday for Portland, Ore., following a visit here with his parents Mr and Mrs. A] Wagner. M,r. Wagner; left on Tuesday for his work at Keosauqua. These folks and Mr, and Mrs. Dwight WaRncr had spent a week at a cottace at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson and their grandson Dennis Long, who is spending .several weeks herd spent Thursday evening at his; parental Tom Long home at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sheets and four children moved the first of the week from Hutchins to the E. M. Olson store building. Jle is now; operating the Standard Oil station. G. L. Olson went to Rochester. Minn., Monday and on Tuesday was' to submit to surgery.' Hi-; father L. P. Olson of Clear Lake Way; Mrs. Jeannette ilUH ^ 1Iia 1CiV last week for a visit with her sort and family the Glenn McMur- rays at Glendale, Calif. Duane Stucier spent the weekend nt Omaha, Neb., visiting a friend. - 'tflt the Merry Mixers Circle of the Methodist church met with Mrs. H. K Newbrough Wednesday evening. Ten members and six i;uesls attended. Mrs. Merman Studer, Mrs. Charles Nygaard and Mrs. Elmer Glawe of Prairie t.ownship at- londed a county committee meeting of township chairmen of the home project groups at the C. C Inman homo at Bancroft Monday of last week. Named For Naval Job Irvington—Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Scheppmann and son have returned . from Springton, 111., and arc making preparations to move to Des Moincs,- where Leroy will bo stationed as naval recruiting officer, taking up duty there Aug 4th. Last Rites Held For Seneca Youth Killed In France Seneca—Funeral services Were held Sunday, July 25 for Pvt. Eugene Nelson, son of A, E. Nelson, who was killed in adtion in France early in* World War II. Services were held in the home and burial Was in the Lutheran cemetery southwest of Seneca. Memorial services Were helc at the Seneca Lutheran church shortly ( after the family received the official notice of his death. Farm Bureau Meeting Mesdames Fre.d Brown and Henry Looft atended a Farm Bureau women's committee- meeting held at the C, C. Inman home southwest of Bancroft, Monday afternoon. The group enjoyed a picnic dinner after which the business meeting was conducted by the county chairman, Mrs. Harry Felter. The group choose health as their special feature for the fair booth. 4-H Girls Meet 1 aming and describing one's favorite salad was the subject of roll call when the Seneca Stars held their July meeting at the home of Lorraine Foley Friday afternoon. Doris Osbor'n named the most entriguing salad. D&r- lene Speth, delegate to the 4-H convention held recently at Ames gave a very fine report of the convention. She also exhibited pictures and other items Which IT'S A FACT You can bake pies, cakes or roast meat in the thermostatically controlled well cooker of the beautiful UNIVERSAL RANGE. There is a full sized warming oven to keep already cooked food at the right serving temperature in the beautiful* UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC RANGE. You can' place a complete prepared meal in the beautiful UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC RANGE after breakfast and come home in the evening to a well cooked delicious supper. If is a Super Automatic all electric range built for your cooking convenience. See it today at STOEBERS HARDWARE & APPLIANCE v FENTON, IOWA 30-31ua •helped make her report extreme-, J.V mU'rosting. Li/Vraine Foley and Margaret Jensen then demonstrated the making of a fruit salad and a moat salad. Plans were made for local achievement day, after which the program closed with the singing of Dreaming. Guests included Mesdames »<?rt Speth, Millen Jensen, Elmer Rockno and Willard Thompson. Roy Osborns Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn entertained guests at their home last Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Broadwell and daughters of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Osbor;n of Mason City, and Donald and Gerald Sorenson of Minneapolis. Donald and Gerald who have been visiting at the Osborn home this past week accompanied the Broadwella home where they spent the past week. HOSPITALS | Tuesday, July.27, Algona Upp«r figs July 12—-Mrs. Richard Groen, Burl, boy, B Ibs. 13V6 oz.: Mrs. Vern Butterfield, Bancroft, boy, 8 Ibs. 2 m. July 13— Mrs. Arnold Heise, Corwith, surgery; Mrs. Floyd Bode, Algona. medical: Martin Eischen. LuVerne. accident. July 16-Mrs. Clifford Teeter, Aigona, girl, 6 Ibs. 10 oz.; Merlin Studer, Corwith, surgery. July 18--Mrs. L. Egol, Algona. girlI,, 8 Ibs. !! m.; Mrs. Richard McKenna, Livcrmore, boy, 6 Ibs. 11 07..; Mrs. Lewis Simpson, Wesley, girl. fi Ibs. 14 oz.; Mrs. Marvin Luedtko, Fenlon, boy, 8 Ibs, 3 '/2 m. ' July 19- Mrs. Win. Marlow, Lone Rock, boy, 7 Ibs. 12 07. Office supplies at the Al- gdna Newspapers, phone 1000 A NEW SPECIAL SERVICE Poultry Culling and Vaccinating This special service already being used by many Kossuth farmers. Mr. Jack Mommey, our representative, schooled at Ames, holds state culling and testing permit, backed up by 15 years experience. Just phone us for this service. Cloverlectf Hatchery &Feed PHONE 460W ORDER YOUR COAL for Summer Delivery "%. Consumer, You Must Start Now to Put in Your Coal" If we have a'normal winter in 1948-49 there may be real suffering unless coal consumers are willing to fill their bins this summer. This is no alarmist report, but just a statement of the facts that you should not underestimate. The manpower situation in the mining and distribution of coal is more critical than ever this year. We respectfully ask your cooperation and hope you will take advantage of our Jinvitation to have your bin filled now. ^ ORDER COAL NOW! Phone 229 Coal Headquarters ALGONA, IOWA "The Red truck Can Serve You in Town or Country" Time to Re-Power ? AT BRADLEY BROS. THE ALLIS-CHAIMERS C TRACTOR \ - At Nephew's Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode at-, tended the wedding of her nephew, Ray KolJasch, son of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Kollasch of Whitt«more. to Josephine Heller of Fort Dodge, Monday morning at 9 o'clock at the Corpus Christi Catholic church at Fort Dodge bv Rev. Fr. McCoy-, Mike Llovd of Mason City, a iformer Wesley resident, served the groom as ai. tendant. SEE ^'' *.*$$ !*';& l-«t£; N OW you can seelt ... a tractor that leaves your forward vision clear, Here is the first major develop-; ment in tractor design since rubber tires replaced steel wheels. It's not just another size tractor, buf» i new idea in farm power«-» a new sys- k tem Of motorized farm tools. 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