The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1945 · Page 6
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HOLY COMMUNION SUNDAY MORNING Sunday morning at 8:30 in S Cecelia's church, 28 children wil receive their first holy commit nlon. Girls will wear, the tradi tional white—veils, dresses, shoe and stockings. Boys will wea white sport shirts with navy blu trousers. Class Members Members of the class are fhf following: Joseph Buscher, Dar rell Mergen, Joseph Eisenbacher Jackie Elbert, Richard Kinsch Merle Loss, James Sheridan, Gary Benton, Paul Kilian, Dennis Cink James McMahon, Robert Shipler Thomas Rich, Jackie Myers, Jerry and James Alvey, David Harig, David Thul, Edwin Hammer Rosanne Rich, Betty Detrick, Ven Bradley, Patty Etherington, Karen Erickson, Nancy McEnroe, Rosella Elbert, Joan Cink, and Rita Klocke. Six little girls, dressed in pink formals and wearing blue rosettes in their hair, will carry baskets of pansies in the ceremony The girls are Barbara Jean Barton, Mary Hardgrove, Shirley Willey, C a t h e r i-n e Johnson, Deanne Eisenbarth, and Lucille Etherington. Dnrrel Ludwig and Robert Lee Hardgrove will be the pages. They are wearing light blue sport shirts with navy blue trousers- Mrs. L. C. Knutsen, Swea City, Submits to Leg Amputation Swea City: Mrs. L. C. Knutsen who has been in a Rochester hospital for treatment of varicose veins was the subject of a major operation Thursday. It was found necessary to amputate her leg just above the knee. At this writing she is reported getting along nicely. Mr. Knutsen and daughter Jcannette who have been with her, returned home Sunday evening. Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Anderson were the Andrew Holts and Marvin Westrums and family, all of Stratford and the Geo. Wolfs and Orville Andersons. Buft: Mr, and MM. Sehenek, Jtlhlbf and tiary, at tended a reunion of the Hansett family which lyas held at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Win kie of Algona Sunday., The gath ering was in honor of Pvt. Wai lade Winkle who Is home on fur lough after spending 38 month in the European theatre of war The following relatives were present: Mrs. Larry Hansen ant daughter Cora, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hansen and family of Sexton; Mr and Mrs. Ira Hansen, Shirley Jimmie and Ira, Jr. of Shell Rock Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hansen am children of Clear Lake; Mr. ant Mrs. Harold Hansen and family of Swea City and Clarence Hansen of Lucan, Minn. Most of Lhese are former Hurt families Pvt. Winkle graduated from the Burt high school in 1935. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH E. K. Nelson, Pastor Sunday school and Bible class 10 a- m. Divine worship 11:00 a. m. Sermon theme: "More Than Conquerors-" CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. John P. Clyde, Minister Special Mother's day service to ivhich mothers and families are particularly invited. Sermon at 1:00 a- m. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Clarence C. Richardson, Pastor 10 a. m., Church school. 11 a. m., Mother's day service, n keeping with the President's "•reclamation, prayers of thanks- iving will be uttered. Miss VEuilenberg of Estherville wall ing the offertory. 4:30 p. m., Junior-Hi and Senor Westminster^ Fellowship meet- ng and picnic at the park. You re welcome here! , ___ WOMM HELP WIN THE WAR COOKIH6 HELP MAKE DEFICIT OF INDUSTRIAL FKTSAHDOILS.'' ' FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Temperance Education month egins this Sunday. 9:45 a. m., Church school. 10:45 a. m., Morning worship FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY \\-\Z IN THE DEPTHS OF STRANGE EMOTION! LANGAN. MARLOWE. NAPIER Fun for the Family Saturday Night SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, MAY 13-14-15 THE DAZZLING SYMPHONY OF MOTION AND COLOR! AND THE . GRACEFUL BEAUTY OF... IN TECHNICOLOR! WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, MAY 16-17-18 MOST AMUSING DABBLERS IN CRIME! CAROLE LANDIS Virginia Frankl and Tommy Hil Celebrate First Birthday— Mrs. George Meyers entertain ed Tuesday afternoon at a party honoring the first . birthdays o Virginia FVankl, May 5, daughte of Mr. and Mrs, Harlan Frank: and Tommy Hill, May 6, son'o Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hill. Mrs Meyers is Tommy's aunt- Others attending were Mrs John Frankl, Mrs. Baughman and daughter Lynne, Mrs. Rober Cumback and daughter Candy Mrs. John Harrington and daughter Joan, Mrs. A- T. Lobdell, Mrs Wilbur Lynge and daughter Patsy, Mrs. Earl Milstead and daughter Lynne, Mrs- W. A. Barry, Jr. and son Dickie, Mrs. Helen Passmore and son >David, and Genevieve Sterling- \ Two birthday cakes were presented, one 'blue and one pink and each had the honoree's name written on it. Bible Searchers Class— The Bible Searchers Sunday school class met Tuesday with Mrs. A. M. Collinson with Mesdames Ida Forbes, Sarah Douglas ind Daisy Cook assisting. Thiry-two members attended. Devotions were led by Mrs. 'ook. Victory day prayers were given by Mesdames E. N. Taylor and Anton Anderson. Songs, America" and "God Bless Amerca" were sung. "Hymn for the Vation, Prayer for the Christian iome" was read by Mrs. W. L. "Martin. Roll call was "Persons nd Poems Honoring Mother." ruests were Mesdames C. A. ^lark, C. L. Livingston, Edward Jagg and L. A. Vipond. The next meeting will be held une 5 with Mrs. E. N. Taylor. Assisting hostesses will be Mesdames Will Taylor, Margaret Schoby and Julia Dearchs. Riverdale Friendly Club— Mrs. Catherine Metzen was hostess to the Ladies' Friendly club of Riverdale township on May 2. Mrs. Alfred Grill and Mrs. August Bernau were assisting hostesses. The meeting opened with the singing of the club song. Roll call was answered by 19 members. Mrs. Wm. Boldridge, Sr., read a poem "Somebody's Mother." Mrs. Jewel Patterson was presented a flowering plant. Mis. Patterson is mother of the club. Mrs. Chester Schoby gave an interesting talk on "My Trip to California." Filled May baskets were exchanged. The next meeting will be June 0 at Agatha Thilges' home. 'Meeting was adjourned and a lovely lunch was served. Bowling Party for Women Leaguers— Mrs. L. W. Rouze, president, entertained 15 members of the Women's Bowling League Wednesday night. Prize money was given each member according to the rank, her team placed and the number of games' played. Cards were played followed by a delicious lunch served by the hostess who. was assisted by Mrs. Harold Brandt. The Lusby & Giossi team took first place for this season with 5-1 games won and 36 lost; Ben. Franklins took second with 51-39; Modern Dry Cleaners came in third with 41-49; and Druggists' Mutual placed last with 34-56. . Family Dinner For % Archie Elbert— • ., fe A family dinner was held Sui£ day, May 6, at the Joseph J. EK Dert, Sr., home honoring the so/ji* Archie, who is home on a 30-day furlough. • Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Shiltz and family of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold lbert and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Elbert and family of Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Mike lbert and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elbert, Jr., and fam- ly of LuVerne, Carmel and De- ores Elbert of Minneapolis," June Vtanson of Minneapolis and Clem nd Evelyn Elbert at home. • * * Shower for Mrs. Copas— Mrs. Laura Vadee, assisted by VTrs. John Briggs and Mrs- Ted ohnson, entertained Wednesday f last week at a stork shower in onor of the latter's daughter, •Irs. Clifton Copas, the former Virginia Johnson- Games were layed with prizes going to Mrs. "has- Heard for high score, M.rs. Die Moe for low score and. Mrs. /Tarie Baaken, travel prize. The pnoree received many lovely ifts. At the close of the after- oon the hostesses served lunch to 6. A color scheme of red, white nd blue was used. Mrs. Copas' usband is in the navy, at present n the Pacific. Ifred Scherer Honoree— Mrs. Mike Leners of Emmets- urg held a dinner party Sunday n honor of Alfred Scherer, who eaves May 11 for induction into service of his country. Those resent were the Alfred Scherer amily of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. iud Nelson and family of Lone lock, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fude nd family of Graettinger, Mr. nd Mrs. Bill Fude of Graettin- er, Mr. and Mrs. John Fude' and oe Fude of Cylinder. Beta Sigma Phi Meeting 'ostponed to May 15— The Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta >igma Phi has postponed its Mother's Day and National Day of Prayer. Admission of adults into church membership. Sermon, "Mothers and Victory." 5:00 p. m., Junior High Methodist Youth Fellowship. 8:00 p. m., Baccalaureate service in the high school. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Mallinger, Pastor Masses at 7:00 8:30 and 10:00. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH L. H. Loesch, Pastor Sunday school 9:45. Bible class 9:45. •Divine service 10:30. We follow the injunction of President Truman and have set aside this Sunday as a day of prayer and memorial. BAPTIST CHURCH Robert F. Kittrell, Pastor " 10 a. m-, Sunday school. 11 a. m., Worship: "The Family Circle." 7 p. m., Youth Fellowship. 8 p. m., Baccalaureate service, at the high school. Due to commencement service on Wednesday evening, our midweek service will be held, Thursday evening. General Hospital May 3: Mrs- Walter Friesne.r, Algona, surgical; J- P. Hauptman, Wesley, medical- May 4: Dave Gerber, LuVerne; medical. May 5: Mrs, Clare Wingert, Wesley surgical; Eldon Pearson, Britt, medical, May 7: Mrs. Verda Stratton, Britt, surgical. May 8: Mrs, Merlin Westphal, Algona, boy. Kossuth Hospital May 3: Mrs. Victor Faulstich, Algona, girl; Mrs. ' W. R- Smith, Algona, surgical. May 4: Mrs- Alfred Schultz, Algona, medical; Mrs. Ray Behrends, Swea City, boy. May 5: Donald Bode, Algona, sujrgicai; Mrs, (Willard Zeiglet, ftenwicfe, medical; Mrs- Glen Rike, Algona, girl. May 6: Mrs- Fred Geigel, Algona, mescal- pay 7: Petty Beukema, Se*- t9R, surgical. > • i May 8: Mrs. Ray Braun, Al^ gona, girl; Mrs. Harold Jergenson, Algona, boy; Donald Hobson, Burt, surgical. ?: Mrs. Oiffojd MUJer., glri, . • , ' -.-. *» *•* r tm , MM. Allen Bu«hSHftH« , , . 'Mesdames Robfeft ftichafdsbft. Chdg Smith and ttftbert MeCut* lough entertained 12 guests Tu day evening al a baby shower the Richardson home fof . Allen Buchaftan, The honbffce received many lovely gifts- Lunch Was served later in the" evening. Announced— Mr. and Mrs. Ross Calhoun announce the engagement of their daughter Elgena to Julius Baas, Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs'. Julius Baas. Both families live northeast' of Algona. Elgeha and Ju* litis are both graduates of the Al- g6na high school. Virginia Green Entertains— , 'jVTrs. Virginia Greer entertained seven friends Sunday evening, taking in a movie followed by a dinner. Attending were the Mesdames Marian LaBarre, Ida Lesser, Phyllis Kelley, Gail 'Zender, Mildred Waller, Jsafoelle Alt and Ila Parsley. Sewing Club Meets- Mrs- Beecher Larte entertained twelve members of the, sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Harvey, mother of Mrs. Lane, who has been visiting here for the past month from Manchester, was a guest of the club- Mrs- McCall Entertains — Mrs. M- J. McCall entertained Friday evening at a dessert bridge party honoring Mrs- Mary White- Chase of Spirit Lake. Mrs. A- L. Long won high prize, Legion Auxiliary Meets Monday—The May meeting of the local unit American Legion Auxiliary will be held in the Legion hall Monday, May 14, at 8:00 p. m. Merry Mixers Club — •Mrs. Herb Hedlund will entertain the members of the Merry Mixers club Friday afternoon. nog ana poultry waterers ana feeders Of an Kinpi Cyptess stock water tflftks. fieLaval etfeftm separators and Hillkers. Electric motors. Wlndro\v ers for poxver mowers, Tractor mounted sweep rakes for all traetors. Pickup attachments for Allfe Chalmers combines. Lime and fertilizer spreaders, Marrow drato bars. Plare wagon boxes. < / Used Machinery Cream separators, mowers, sweeprakes, wagon- boxes, burr mills, electric motors, wagon hoists, manure loaders, rebuilt magnetos, corn shelter, MATffT* We have< complete service for fill nviu/l1 * machines in the, Allis Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea and Massey Harris lines. It is not too early to buy your combine and corn picker parts. Firestone Farm Tires Bring us your tractor tires for recapping, We will loan you a set of tires and wheels while yours are away. BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa "Hydraulic Farm Hand" Stacker Loaders Fresh Fruits and Vegetables RADISHES .... • ', i i ;...:;; 3 >_*. IDC FRESH PINEAPPLE ; Each 39c |OME GROWN ASPARAGUS. ; ; _j_... t ,„. NEW POTATOES, LARGE SIZE f NEW CALIFORNIA PEAS ;. Ib 10c Sweetened Fresh Frozen Blackberries, Ib. 39c Seedless , Raisins 2 Navy or Great Northern Beans : Kellogg's Rice Krispies ..-2 25c I9c 25c Chocolate Cream Coffee . 1 Ib. Jack Sprat Enriched , Milk 2 Tal1 Cans |g c Jack Sprat White Cream Style-,,,:. > Corn .:...... .2 No. 2 Cans 29c )Jpty,j- t '*" • "' Jack,Sprat Enriched £^; ''Flour .50 lb.^Bag $2.49 • - . .' r*^ >• ~ Jack Sprat "* 46 oz. Can Grapefruit Juice . ,..,.......-.-.-3lc Black Peppef limitation) Ib. . 39c Our Favorite Sauce 14 oz. Bottle 25c Toilet Soap Nola Bar 5c Bon-Ami Powder (2c Perfex Cleanser ..— Ripe Olives ...:,: ,.,...,.Jar 29c Bab-O •„....„ ....2 Cans 23c Tidy House , Bowl Flush 22 oz. Can 23c Grandpa's Tar Soap ... r ..Bar 9c JACK SPRAT Peach Preserves, 16 oz. Jar . 25c RING BOLOGNA SKINLESS WIENERS SMOKED HAM SHANKS BEEF TONGUES LAMB - CHICKENS - VEAl W^Mteum.™,, W, B, QUAttTOtf J& W. MtLfJW AWmttBfS A Office in Sawyer se in sawyer Bunaina., ,. ,•• Oftlc* ?hBhe,4Jff.. ' 4 '> * LAW A, Hutchison (1862-1938) bonald C, Hutchison , , Theodore C. Hutchison • ' state Bank Buildlnjt Phone 251 " Alfrona, IoW* B, J, Van Ness Allett A. VAN NESS & StttJNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices 'in new tfclae Sulldtititf , Phone Hid Algona, low* Gaylord D. Shumwav KdwvD. Kelly Harold P. Frlstedt SHUMWAY, KELLY & FRlStED* ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hutchison Bldg« Phone 68 , IOWA ',•; i LYNCH ' ' ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW ' , , Iowa • : , , Phone 9n Ofllre over Kosauth Mut. Ing, Bldg- ALOdNA, IOWA L, A. WINKEL ,, ATTORNEY AT LAW J '•' " . Office in Hutchlsort Building Phone 180 Algona,'low* PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS C. H. CRETZMEYEB, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN', Office in John Galbralth Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. MBL.VIN O. BOURNE Phone—Office 187 Rea, 1M: Across from P. S. Norton & Son DENTISIS A. j. EASON, Dentist | .;• Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 69 Residence 809 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST, ..- ''":. Office in New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 ; • Res. Phone 118 OPTOMETRIST A. W. Amunson Office—Borcfiardt Bldg. t Eyes Examined \ ' Res. Phone 436 MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE E. JOHNSON (Burpee Agency) District Ag'ent' Northwestern Mutual Life Algona, Iowa Phone 656 Res. 173 EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT .ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers and. Stockmen , with a sound basis for credit, .. Pi ^ m,, 'Nations rgrarnJ* 1 'Loan Ass'n Office % Block 'South of Council " Oak Store. Typewriter Paper 500 sheets 75' This Is a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines "BETTER QUALITY" •WICKER SERVtCT HEADQUARTERS for RUBBER STAMPS Your order* wil) b* filled promptly and efficiently ORDER NOW I STAMP PADS BAND STAMPS-SEALS

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