The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1945 · Page 3
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OWN NEEDS "No Smoke" Circulathig Heater is one of the finest . . . holds 100 Ibs. of coal . . . keeps fire 48 hours . . . all porcelaif/ finish, duplex draft, at Bed Lamps Pin-Up Lamps Table tamps Floor Lamps LAMP SHADES — Both Rayon and Parchment, as you prefer. Baby Carriages ^teel wheels. R,ubbpr: tires, $14.95 to $27.95 2-Burner B HOT 3PX.ATES JOB IN CHICAGO Ledyard; Wilma Buich, Mio is employed by Western Union in Des Moines, came home Sunday lot several days, She will leave Thursday for Chicago where she ia« been detailed by Western Union. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Alvina Busch and Wilma went to Lyle, Minn's, to visit at the Alfred Busfih 'home and with Mrs. Fred Busch who is making her home there for awhile. Communion Planned- World Wide Communion Sunday will be observed at the Ev. & Ref. chureh on Sunday, at thp 11 o'clock services. Because of the communion "services, the regular monthly German services will be postponed till the .third Sunday, Oct. 21. But for the benefit of the older people, the first table at communion will be conducted in theX3erman language. Devotional services of the Youth Fellowship will be held Sunday evening at 7:30. Miss Darlene Schroeder will be 'the leader/ New Son Arrives— Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lloyd are the parents of a son born Friday, Sept. 28 at the Forbes Hospital in Swea City. He weighed 6% Ibs. and lias been named Marlln Lyle. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. RuHnke of Hollandale, Minn., visited last Wednesday at the Paul Gelhaus .home. The ladles are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Valvick drove to Iowa-City Sunday and on Monday went to the University Hos pital for a check lip. They return ed Monday evening. Mrs. Chester Johnson and daughters Patty and Lavonne* Mrs. Charles Rashara, Beverly and Rosalyn were Estherville shoppers, on Saturday. . Mr. and Mrs. Knute Bonnlck- sen, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Bonnicksen, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Christian and daughter, all of Ringsted were Sunday guests at the J, H Welfare home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith visited their daughter and family, the George Rockwoods at Worthington, Minn., on Sunday. Mrs. Herb Zullske took care of the centra 1 office while they were away. Rev. and Mrs. Edw. Nuss drove to Buffalo Center Monday to call on Mrs. Richard Brouwer at the hospital, and to attend a dinner in honor of Rev. and Mrs . Henry Kruse, who are leaving for Woden shortly. 'A number of people drove tc Wells, Minn., Tuesday to attend the'fall synod meeting of the Ev & Ref. Church. They included Mr and Mrs. Jasper Smidt, Mrs. Fred Darnell, Miss Marvella Johnson Trvin Brandt and the Rev. E. P Nuss. . ' On Friday afternoon a group o neighbors pleasantly surprise Mrs. Clayton..Roseboro, at her home, in -honor of her birthday The same afternoon her two aunts Mrs. Clara Knudson and Mrs Mary Duns . and Mrs. Anna L "Jor,- genson all if Graettinger, also paid her a surprise call. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Hinricksen and Mr. • and ' Mrs. John Frandle were called to Lakota Wednesday by the death of their sister Mrs. Carlyle Frye. Mrs Frye had been ill for some time and in the hospital at -Fort Dodge The' funeral was Saturday and burial was made in BJue Earth. Leonard and Avery Bonstead and Kenneth Knutdson of Graettinger spent the week end at the Clayton Roseberg home, and on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bonstead also of Graettinger and Mrs Gerald Bonstead of Wallingford were also guests at Roseboro's and the boys returned home, with them. • Mothers-Daughter* Club, Four Corner*, Will Meet Oct. llth Four Corners; The Four Corners Mothers ahd Daughters club will Meet Oct. 11 with Violet Walker with Rose Sabin assisting hostess. There will.be a poem, "Columbus" by Ida Nickerson. A paper, "New Jses of Glass", by Catherine Walker and a Hallowe'en story by Thelma Ramus. Other Club Meetings— The Letts Creek 4H club's guest day will be held at the home of Shirley and Darlene Lee, Oct. 9. • The Sewing club met Wednesday Oct. 3, with Mrs. Robert Walker. Deanno Eisenbarth, Eight— A birthday dinner was given at the Chris Jensen home Sunday in honor of Deanne Eisenbarth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth, who was 8 years old. Those attending the dinner were Deanne's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth and Barbara, Mr. ahd Mrs. Bill Pech and son Robert of Algona, Mr. and : A. T. Allen of Des Moines visited at the G. E. Gabrielson , home Thursday afternoon. Maxine Brethoist returned home the first of the week from Dayton Ohio,' where she has-been working the past several months, •Mr, and Mrs. Joe Namer, of Emmetsburg were Saturday visitprs at the home of Mr, and Mrs.- Martin MJmbach, The ladies are sisters. : ' Staff Sg, and Mrs. Geo. F. Clark of the Sioux City air base were week end guests of Mrs. Clark's brother Glenn Gabrielson. arid family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips Mrs. Andy J, Phillips and; baby Andre Loui Algona, and Mrs. Mary Phillips, Woden, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home pi Mrs. Sarah Wise and Drusie Noble, -Grandma Wise received an ripuncement of the birth of her forty-foiirth great grandchild, ^ boy named Curtis Leon born to Mr. and Mr?, Elzo Lewerke ol Clear- take. They have pne other phUd.a girl Diane; Mr, and Mrs. Maek Wise sons frank w* Uw& of C}ty. end Mrs. Prusje PeVary and daMghter Veda, Mae of Roclprftt were Sunday aftejwPR „ Mrs. §f yah :L^V.Stfve»,' .WQdwv, drop Mr, lather and suta$te& st^lie university . '- an Mr. flhd Mrs, Eldoh Shaw and Mrs. Clarence Elseftbarth and son Gary. _ :•. ; . Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tripp are parents of a baby boy born Sept. 22. Mrs. Edith Rich was taken by •ambulance to the Kossuth hospital Wednesday, Sept. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramtis had as supper guests Friday' night Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and children spent Sunday at Mrs. Walker's parents the Joe Pi-testers near West Bend. • , Mrs. Fern Hullng spent Saturday night and until Sunday afternoon with her haother Mrs. Ida Nickerson in Algona. • < Art Alexanders cousin Kenneth Alexander of Illinois has been visiting at the .Alexander home recently. Kenneth recently was released from the army. Sunday dinner and supper guests at the W. Ray Smith home were L. J. Lowman, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman and children of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sankey and children of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wallace, Bill Wyant of Colfax, 111., and Henry Lowman or colfax, ill. Mr. and Mrs. Art Alexander and family, Kenneth Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Alexander and family and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Alexander were Sunday dinner guests at the Arthur Bates home at Manson. 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