The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1945 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 22, 1945
Page:
Page 2
Start Free Trial
Cancel

8!; : PAGE TWO _. 1 EARLY RESIDENTS I GRANDSON WEDS tn a recent issue of a Chicago paper mention was made of the marriage of Dr. Henry McWhor- • ter, a son of the late Dr. Colder McWhorter who also had ,; practiced in Chicago. Dr. Henry McWhorter had received his training at the Rush medjcal school and interned at the Presbyterian hospital as had his father before him. The other members of the family were an older son John who is married and lives in California and a daughter Dorothy who is taking nurses training in Minneapolis. Both Mr. and Mrs. Colder McWhorter died several years ago, Mrs. MeWhorter having preceded him in death a few years. Older Algonians will remember the John McWhorter family who came here from Burl and located on the farm east of the hemp plant which is novy owned by the W. C. Nelson family. Later the McWhorter family moved to Chicago and both Mr. and Mrs. John McWhorter are now deceased as well as their daughter, Mildred. Two other daughters are living, Gladys in California and Kthel in Minneapolis. COLDWAVEHITS FOR THANKSGIVING v.;P s-if;;;!^ yv^y^ ' ' T V ' : ' •'-, ' '''"- ''*'"' I''', •" ,"';•.'-'' Weatherman Harry Nolle reported this week's we finding?. They are: High November- November November November 14 15 10 17 November 18 November 19 .33 .47 _fi4 _<!fi _42 -44 has •ilher Low in 42 32 24 November 20 43 :ir> A sharp drop in temperature and snow flurries greeted cili- stens Wednesday. It looks as though cold weather is here to stay, as the temperatures dropped to well below free/ing for Thanksgiving. Shower for Mrs. Holloway— Mrs. E. H. Holloway Jr., the former Vedolia Klatt, was the honoree at a miscellaneous shower at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Raymond Funk, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 18. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Beata Klatt, Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Mrs. W. B. Ridge and Mrs. AVvin Johnson. About 40 guests attended. The afternoon was spent playing 500, with Mrs. Martha Fotinige receiving high prize,. Mrs. Elnora Eustace low prixe snd Mrs. Harold Wesley the chair prize. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Hollowly arrived a week ago from''Oaklaiid, Calif., where he received his discharge, offer four years in the Marines. They will : leave Dec. 1 for Ra- Iclgh, N. G., where they plan to make their home. Wedding Announcement— Word has been recently received here of the marriage of Mary Lucy liifullc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Joseph Biiulk, and John Kdwafd .Doughan, son of Mr. and Mrs! W. T. Doughan, now of SU Paul Minn. The ceremony took 1 place at 0 o'clock in St. Ambrose church, St. Paul, Saturday morning, Nov. 17. The Doughans are former Al- gonians. John was an employe, of the Upper Des Moines for a few years following his graduation from St. Cecelia's academy. He lias since been in the service of his country. Pli.im Creek Farm Bureau— The monthly meeting of the Plum Creek Farm. Bureau was held at the community room Fri- r.'ay eveninff, November 10, with tin- following committee: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weaver, ihr., Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bon- srhnter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Piicbe, Mr. imd Mrs. Howard Scaly, und Mr. ,-nii Mrs. Harvey Stevens. The nroerom was sponsored by Floyd Bode; music, by Mrs. Andrew Miller; surprise number, a quiz, by Marian- Zeigler. A mock trial, "Robbing the Soil," was performed. It was announced that at the Insl meeting Donald Weaver was elected president and Mrs. Clyde Priebe was elected secretary for the next year. The meeting was opened by group singing led by Phyllis Kain with Mrs. Brown at the piano. Marian Zeicler and Claude Seely reported on the girls' and boys' 4-H clubs. The mock trial was enacted by the following group: Floyd Bode, Harry Feltor.. Stanlev Gardner, Mrs. Clyde .Priebe. Ed Hopkins. Earl Zfiglfr. BoH Priebe, Ronald Gardner, John Kain, Mrs. Brown, Goo. Kain and Chester Albright. Lions Entertain— The Algona Lions club entertained their . Lionesses Wednesday evening at the shelter house with a 'turkey dinner. Forty- eight people were present for the occasion. There were also five guests: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer I anpmack, Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer, -and' Glendora Burbank.. The committee for the party was the Fred Shiltses, Herb Hect- lunds, Craig Vinsons, and F. W. Roscoes. Ernie Anliker was chairman of the entertainment committee. Union M. fe^D. Meeting— The 'Union Mothers and Daughters club met Nov. 8 at the home of Julia Taylor'with Luella Scherick assisting hostess. Twenty-one members and six guests wore present. Mrs. D. C. Gardner gave a re- port, on the me&!ri& Keli at Good, Hope October 21; and oh the Home Project meMin'g held at Nellie Jerikinaon's horrie October 23. The next Some Project ffieet- ing will be at the home of Alice Weisbrod. This will be a-sewing machine clinic. Mrs. A. L. Long of Algbna gave a very interesting talk oh "The California Junior Republic," a school for boys. Mrs, Long was mother of one of the cottages, when she lived in. California. Mrs. Frances Dodds played two selections on the piano. The next meeting willy be. ah evening meeting at the home.of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner oh December 0. Members are to take sandwiches, cake or pickles. Committees are; program, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur and Mrs. Cora Bacon; menu ( Mr. and: Mrs. Walter H. Heefdt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchs. Congregational Guild*— The Congregational Guild met Monday evening at the church, with. 15 present. Mrs. Marian Conkling, the new president, presided. Mrs. C. C. Shierk gave the lf"w>n which begins a course of study of the Bible. The committee in charge included Mrs. i Kay Setchell, chairman,. Irene 1 Ivcrson, Esther Quinby and June Corey. Plans .were made for a Christmas party to be held next month. Kntni'tains Sexton Club— Mrs. W. C. Taylor entertained the Homemakors Club from Sexton, Tuesday afternoon of last week at her home east of Algona. Nine ladies attended. U. S. W. Met Monday— The United Service Wornon met Monday evening at the 'Lesion hall, with circle G serving. Mrs. Lucile Amunsen was chairman and Mrs. Kuecker was assisting hostess. A request was made that families of boys In service send their latest address on a card to Mrs. Roy Bjustrom or Mrs. W. G. Curtis. Mrs. Rich Shower Ouost— A miscellaneous shower was bold Wednesdav. Nov. 14;, in the V. F. W. hall, Altfona. in honor of Mrs. Geo. F. Rich, with 45 Indies in attendance. Hostesses were Nettio Rich. Jessie E'more, Mildred Roer-khnlt, Clnra Draylon. Jane Light. Fave RiclvEula Rich. Ruth Ward, Mary Dunn, Elsie Linde- mnn. and Irene Dannewilz. Piano solos were offered by. Mrs. Frank Thompson and a puessing contest was held. The bride unwrapped her gifts, and a lunch was served by the hostesses. Homtr Rnv. IMfihardson— Following the regular church services at Irvington, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 11, the' Irvinglon com?res;alion entertained at a reception as a farewell, courtesy honoring Rev. C. C. Richardson and family. A chicken dinner was served, and Rev. Richardson was presented with a gift. Wcddiiiff Revealed— Harley ITayncs, son of Mr, and Blouses MJa k p Wonderful[ Mrs. t*. C, Mayhes of a:>fefotherv,6f EhBip Nurse, Mr. Hayfl^sT wltft^s tifdihe^rfir- win ^recently, purchased thie Matheg Cafe* in Algpnai. • >Mie wead Infer Wok place flt- : At* bany, Oregon,., Wltfi a .MethWlst rnlhlster performing th^ -ceferrtbhy. $he exnects to'recelve her-:relfease; frbni^the sftPvice soon and willijofh* her-tiUfebatidfhei'e. The giroOJft was recently released froth, the army. •• . .-.-.'..' . fepfrl attd" M'r^ri&W : ^oi^atJ)lfr)a ^|fid ; ^%^^|iiftr •• — !fi$rerr)p'0n WaM'^^int' si the' "Sti : i*. Haaghrd home. ,;„', ;• fne/ v L6tf§, Grfe^kriiassleS dlub met .November 10th at the hbrrte |OI Joanne • Me^eir BeVerly Polratz ' ' ;,-) .- f , . I Aoderhb'nstriitlon iwas 'fti n-^LtiirfM time Rfccbfd; ', 1 , by Ruth*. M!ch6las to -the dltib la'st November 9th, Mfs. Ahtbh Wey thllges read the. club, mo|to|. Plans Wfilf§/nliStle for' the JnWIl club'banijUei; Mrs. Petef MalSfffl was appointed: chairman, ifif tftfi; food dSMiirtittfte and/MiteLyl ^Sleele the ifeHjHlfmah of thfcgittfi 1 Pi'- '3ffl&'\^&]$Mi*?i!iiii^^ •'' : "''''^^'^:^ • / : f^^ ' i'M""'''"'" had. charile. of• ffi(| lUifliili- -was ' '' . fs< Grace ., , afyf LT6|a «aubp, ,; Mies.v ifary- '> HWrfl, iif ofi?aniv:;!r,hb?e whtt-Were ncit'ilWb..' fbvattisnd; arid) !« Installed wetB! : U, Mattel :Kr\lSeV !. and Roriflld 4niifi.eXJj9nd.vlcB president; 2.75 to 6.95 Tops for ClirlstiiiHS ing, Boaiitit'ul blouses In to black ii nd pastels . . • wo«i* ivith n jacket or , Olnssics to give the cl'i'iclonl office look — 'Slress- HJIN" for glamour anil femin- ity. Lovely lilonses, all «f them for all the lovely girls on your list. Our R«gv Low Pt4ce 46c Sale V ' 0,9 ^wmwmmw iiiiiiii \liilii!: iiii Illiliiiiii llllllii : A* c ' llirlp'^SRiA ^Pfov'fftf 3 ' Iliip^ m^S^mi ^^^^^^ s£ssS iiii:i:!iii|.|;:!i!i!iliii!iiilliH\ _^«rS!5ffiA «..<TVD *•*-;- .V&i&i&l&i.t&^H'.]. ^Lr- 7|;:: : ::::i;i!;!j:i'' : :i::::{:;j; o^^tv^'^d". -• • • v^T5f*s»WftSil !i!ii ' s ..a^ 00 ' Vi!!liil^?3^o»' Vlii II. c«^S •"«« For Christmw tmature to Se«bee Roatl Butlder Tr» • "•' ^^'T^,;,;^:;^* _ „ '• tesemto/to&iai 'ititti Bulldozer »nd IJMftpf ^^N RflaJjitir a 0 *^** 1 *»3 •oiind. Drivo*. ' Hook »n

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free