The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1945 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 1, 1945
Page 11
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INSTALLED AS NEW PASTOR, BURT fiutti theRev, fioyK. tttlt was iJlStalled as pastor of the fiiirt Presbyterian church at a service Sunday evening by the 'Presbytery oi Fdrt Bodge, the Rev. Joseph Kennedy, Estherville, acting as moderater, in the absence of the Rev. C. G. Richardson. , The program Included a prelude by Ruth Hodgson; solo, "The Lord is Mindful," by Evelyn Becker; scripture reading by Rev. A. G. Heddle; anthem by the choir; solo, "Spirit of God," by Erna Baars; sermon, "Our Indebtedness to the Church" by the ReV. Joseph M. Doms, Lake City, a former pastor here; "Charge to the Pastor" by Rev. E. H. Buschman, Lakota; "Charge to the People" by Rev. Wilton Sinning, Armstrong; prayer by Rev. George G. Cox, Spirit Lake; and postlude by Ruth Hodgson, A number of people irom neighboring towns were present. Schwietert Discharged— Lt Wlllard Schwletert arrived Saturday from F16rida where he had received his discharge from the army atf corps. He was a navigator and served In the European theater for some time. TH'ft-Sewing Circle met Friday afte'rnoon wtth Mrs. Lewis Larsen Mft and Mrs, George Peters RettWiefc, spent Sunday at the C S. Coffirt home.- Mr. and'Mrs. Ben Bahllng visited Sundfly at the R. S. John —. .„..,..,,, —' . "' KITCHEN TOWELS 1.1*1 •Packages of for [.Can be used for: IPor easy to sew kitchen! l^'accesories: curtains, table runners, doilies, ruf- ' ' fled aprons, cleaning and dusting, and laundry bags. Absorbent, , .practically lintless. Sunny gay color, brilliant green, red,, blue • and yellow dish towels. •HONE Mf. 6n<f M?s, Clement ftilyard, GdrwltWy vjsltsd Stihday afternoon at the H. E. Sachut home; f he W> 3. &, S. Day of Prayer selviee wfts held' at Mrs. John ScBtt's Tuesday afternoon. •fames Powers and daughter Melbourne visited his mother Mrs. Alvina Powers Monday. f he Emmet Paetzs spent the week end at the home of their daughter Mrs. L. A. venteieher at Osage. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller and Mrs. Laurence Miller visited Mrs. Miller's grandmother at Havelock Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nealy attended an Iowa Master Chick Breeders' dinner at Mason City, Friday evening. Mr.'and Mrs. Glenn Graham and son, Mason City, visited Sunday at the J. D. Graham and E. O Chipman homes. Mrs. Emil Erlckson and son David, firicelyn, Minn., came Sunday for a .few days visit at the Estel Rente home. Don Mitchell has moved .his electric shop into the building he recently bought,. the former Thompson harness shop. The Herman -Bussles, Emil Elmers, C, W, Reynolds and R. A Bleichs spent Sunday evening at the P. W.' Kc-llasch home. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandow Cedar Rapids, were Monday dinner •' guests at -the home of Mr Brandow's sister Mrs; Harvey Larson. Mrs. K, J. Smith went to Kingsley Saturday, to spend a few days with her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Little and her sisters who were there visiting. Lt. and Mrs. Ralph Bristow lef Sunday to spend a few days in Chicago. Lit. Bristow was to report at the Great Lakes Nava Training Station. Mr. and Mrs. <R. L. Simpson Albia, and their daughter-in-law Mrs. Robert Simpson, Iowa Falls spent the week end at the Glen HJutzel home. Mrs, R. L. Simpson is Mrs. Hutzel's sister. duo to colds are eased, sticky phlegm loosened up, irritated upper breathing passages are soothed and relieved, by rubbing Vicks VappRub on throat, chest and back at bedtime. Blessed relief as VapoRub PENETRATES to upper bronchial tubes with its special medicinal vapors, STIMULATES chest and back surfaces like a wanning poultice. Often by morning most of the misery of the cold is gonel Remember— ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this special double action. It's time-tested, home-proved... the best-known home remedy for reliev- fk A§ f* §f t ing miseries of m§7 f %0 f% «_ -.hildren's colds. -W •. V A P O R O B ' St. Cecelia's Academy MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Cook's Rhythm Band Sponsored by Circle No. 3. Mrsi Louis Bode, % Chairman, Mi?S> ,Gene Hood, Co"chairffian. AdmissionC 'Men, $&00; Ladies, 50c QUOIN, LONE ROCK BUYS 2 HOUSE Lone Rock: Jack Qulnn recently uf chased two houses, one at Ued- ard and the tenant house on the ngus Cotton farm and last week moved them to the lots south of is House in town. Upi's. ItbtiSe Ready— < The house purchased by the chool district for the school sup- rlntenlent has been completely emodeled and .-Saturday Supt. Hutzell and family moved into it. They have been living in the manse since the last of August. 3 lans are now underway to remodel and clean the manse in eadiness for the new ministre. Appendicitis Operation- Shirley Behrends, daughter of Vincent Behrends, had an opera- Ion for appendicitis at the Kosuth hospital a week ago Monday and was brought home on Monday the 29th. Tlya to Colorado- Mr, and Mrs. P. M. Chrlstenson took their daughter Marietta to Des Moines on Saturday and she eft from there by plane for Denver, Colo., enroute to Pueblo, Colo., where she is employed as supervisor in a hospital. Miss Helen Sprank spent the week end at Will Goche home at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson of Cylinder visited a-t.Milford Mitchells on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards attended the funeral of Mrs. Klahr, Monday, at Algona. Emil Kraft attended a D-X oil company dinner at Cook's, Algona, on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Amey Cherland were Sunday visitors, at the Wilfred Muellers, Ringsted. .Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stauder, Bancroft, visited at the Lawrence Geitzenauer home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and family visited the Raymond Bartletts at Titonka on Sunday. , P. R. Irons and crew, Algona, installed a new furnace at the P. M. Christensen home on Monday. The J. T. Cherland and Odey Cherland families were Sunday dinner guests at R. A. Bleichs, Burt. Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt and family visited Friday at the Harvey Raths and spent Sunday at the Fred Raths. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson and the Chris Knudsens visited Sunday at the Nels Pedersens at Blue Earth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Marlow and family, Bancroft, and Shirley Bates were Sunday visitors at Eldon Marlows. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson, Wesley, spent Friday evening at the home of their daughter Mrs. Tom Long. Pvt. Darwin Frye, Paris Island, S. Car., came Wednesday for a few days visit with his sister Mrs. Luverne 'Hammerstrom. •Alf. Rrueger, 'Russell Jensen, Wm. Knoll and Frank Cruikshank- spent from Friday to Tuesday at DeSmet, .S. D., doing some duck hunting. Miss Helen McMahon and Miss Bailey, local teachers, visited Mrs. H. A. Romer at Laurens on Sunday. Mrs. Romer is a sister of Miss ;McMahon. ! Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, Mr; and Mrs. Walter Soren- isen, Burt, and Pvt. and/Mrsi Leon- mrd Warner spent Suriday at Dick O'Donnells. The Cliiitdn ftoths, } LuV&fhe, were Suriday guests o vey< Mths. *h§ L&wtc , Albert Shasefcs and Wm. Baths were eveniftg guests. Mf. aftd'Mfs. Art PHebe, Mr. and MM. 'Watted tUdlg and.Mr. and Mrs. Angus Cotton attended the football game at Minneapolis Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blandiard were Sunday dinner guests of the Lawrence Newbroughs and afternoon visitors were the Delmar Angus family of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behfends were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Luverne Hammerstroms and evening visitors were the Ray Zweifels, Penton. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchar:! and daughter from Nora Springs and Mrs. Sidney Smith, Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme, Ottosen, were Sunday guests at the J. M. Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Abbots, Ed Mawdsley, from Irvington, Mrs. Anna Leason and Mable, the Paul Dremmels and Ronald and Mr. and Mrs, Donald Gross were Sunday guests of the C. M. Gross. The Wm. Hoopes, Good Thunder, Minn., stopped Sunday on their way home from Pina, Mo., at the Ed Hoppe home. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Harris, Fairmont, Minn., were also Sunday guests. Mrs. Andrew fhomsen visited at the home of her cousin the Charles Lazendy, Sigourney, last week from Friday to Thursday. She also visited friends at Ames and Fort Dodge on Wer way home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder and Dick of Fostoria were week end guests of the Alf. Jorgenseris. The Snyders, former buttermaker here, are moving to Goldfield in the near future where he will be employed in the creamery. Mrs. Long of Bancroft visited from Wednesday to Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Donavon, Bellingham, Wash., were over night guests at the Thompsons on Thursday night. Sunday evening dinner guests of the Lyle Marlows were the Ralph Bierstedts, Mrs. Ed Bierstedt, the Rev. F. Reith family, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Art Biersledt and family of Lakota, and Pvt. and Mrs. Leonard Warner of Ledyard. Oscar Reilly and 'Ida Reilly of West Bend and Frank Reilly of Detroit Lake, Minn., visited Thursday at Merwin Marlows. Mr. and Mrs. Marlow attended the wedding of Mrs. Marlow's brother Donald Collins at LuVerne on Sunday and also attended the re- I ception at the bride's home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence.—— holder and their guest 'John Householder spent Sunday afternoon at Frank Householders, Fen ton, and were Sunday evening supper gifests at Mrs. Alice Briele's. On Monday the two men went to Mason City to spend the day with Norman Gordon, and John Householder left from there for his home at Oelwein that day. Joseph Crowley, Jr., spent a 10 day furlough with home folks and left Thursday for Los Vegas, Nev. He now expects to be assigned to overseas duty. Gt» Htm* Comfort (hat Laid • Houittim* with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone ui today CowaiiBldgSupplyCoi Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA Burt Girf New Hospital Work Burt: Betty Lee Christenseht daughter of Mr. and; Mrs. Jirfl Christensen, who has been medi- hospital'; at ^MffliKp -- - •- • ; •'• ' i-" --'tsJ '^fMrn-'S'- • s ^-~--^ the fisttw« AM jf ; ""W accepted a stellftfJ8MJ Lutheraft Hospital i« %-.«-• She will begifl KetV.wdiffci November 13. PUBLIC SALE : Poland China Hogs Sale held at farm, 4 miles West, 3 south and then: a half mile east of Rttthvett Monday Night, November 5 Sale Starts at 8 P. M. 35 head Poland Chinas: 29 Spring Boats, 1 Pall Boar, 5 Spring Gilts. Also team foant mares. K. L. BRUG, RUTHVEN, IOWA H. S. Duncan, Bud Henry, Aucts. Terms: Cash 44pd lii i e. Any Snowflakes Big as Doilies 4bP —•- YISQ NO a Exquisite five-inch patterns of lacework—roeWng!;.. Oversue snowflakes like that are on record—rare beauties I More often though. Winter is nasty. 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