The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1945 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 13, 1945
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PAGE FOtiR. MRSJISTAU1S HONORED SUNDAY AT LUVERNE PARTY Lu Verne: Mrs. Harold Ristau was guest of honor at a miscellaneous sHttWer given in her honor in the Lutheran church parlors Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Charl&s Hint*, Mrs. mon and Mrs. H. D. Faj- Har- Ristau as hostesses. The afternoon was spent socially and the guest of honor received many beautiful gifts. Lunch was served at the ciose of the afternoon. W. S. C. S. Meeting, 19ih The general meeting of the Methodist W. S. C. S. will be held December 19 in the church parlors with Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. Geoige Wolf, Mrs. Ernil Anderson and Mrs. Fred Zwiefel as hostesses. Mrs. John Voss Sr. will have charge of the worship services. A playlet "The Church' will be given by Mrs. Frank San- lord, Mrs. J. V. Evans, Mrs. S. R. Baker, Mrs. Jo'hn Tiss, Mrs. Merlin Cody. The play will be directed by Mrs. Marold Sorensen Band Mothers Party The Band Mothers club met i0 month* in -tii* Southwest Pacific '<M*<i. Jain&^ltaak arrived here Sat* utdaj> $rt>iaf\ Olathe, Kaft., where he Had been visiting 'his parents and 6the| relatives. Jim, who spent-three years in the army, 33 months overseas in Iran and China, i-eceived his honorable dischargfe on December 1 at Cahip Chafiee, Arkansas. ,Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kubly and family of Goldfield and Orville Kubly of St. James, Minn,, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry JCubly Sunday. Orville just recently returned from the Southwest Pacific and he has re>- ceived his honorable discharge after spending over four years in the service. > Ottosen Teacher To Wed Creamery Manager, Dec. 30 Ottoscn: Miss Loreno Seifkin was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon in Lutheran church parlors at Gilmore City. Miss Seifkin isfirsl and second grade teacher here. Mrs Ralph Richards of Ottoscn and Miss Margoric Guderian, seventh and eighth grade teacher here, both gave readings in the program. Miss Seifkin and Egan Kyrr, manager of the Farmers JOE ERDMAN OF WESLEY IS HOME Wesley: Joe Erdman returned 'ome over the weekend with his discharge from the army. He was wer in the European war zone 'or about two years. Ray Erdman, Who was also in the Euro* pean theater of war, is expected home soon. The 'boys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Malt Erdman. nfani Baptized The infant daughter born to Mr, and Mrs. John Hildman Mon* day, Dec. 3, was baptized Sun* day by Rev. L. N. Klein and named Mary Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Hildman of Des Moihes were sponsors. Mrs. Irene Stu^ der is at ,the Hildman home. Home for Funeral Laura Ann, oldest daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, who attends Hamilton's Business col lege in MasOn City, came Thurs day night to attend the funeral of her grandfather Nick Miller, Friday, ._.... .. „ Wednesday evening in the school i Co-op, elevator, will be married Christmas party. ] December 30 in the Lutheran house, for a Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Henry Miller, Mrs. Lawrence Miller ;md Mrs. Gco. Johnson. Mrs. Louis Wittenburg and Mrs. "Ed" Lens had charge of the entertainment. weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller. Mr. and Mrs. George Tiedc of Des Moines visited over the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly were callers in Eagle Grove last week on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Westling and daughter of Algona visited friends here Saturday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wittenburg find Nadinc attended the ' Messiah in Fort Dodge, Sunday evening. Art H:>nselman of Garner was a guest. Sunday at the home of his" parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hnnselman. Mus Phyllis Lichty of Mason City y.pent the weekend at the home 'of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty. Edwin Marty'left Monday for Rochester, Minn., where he is taking his son Robert Lee for a medical examination at the Mayo clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lawarne and son John of Fort Dodge were guests Sunday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hal Rogers. Mrs. Anna G.octsch, Arlie and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Doris were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Kraft at Kanawha. James Traugcr of the navy scent a short leave with his wife, the former Verda Sanford, and also with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trauger. Herbert. Hinz, son of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Hinz, arrival home this week from Camp Lowry, Colo., where he received his discharge from the army. Charles Hanselman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanselman, arrived home Saturday morning. He has been given his honorable discharge from the army. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson or Ledyard, accompanied by Mrs. /^liec" Simmons and Mrs. David King of Algona were call- en; here Saturday evening. Mrs. Henry Marr and two children, Joyce and Raymond of Spirit Lake spent Thursday and Kr'tday visiting at the home of h»r parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto James Paulson loft Saturday for Minneapolis, Minn., where he will bo employed in the post- office there. His wife, the former Wilma Merklc, is visiting at t'.v home of her father, George Mcrkle. Mr. mill Mr-. Walter Hefti and children Marilyn and Marlin \vcrc supper ({licit* Sunday even- i'.ig at llip home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kulh in Fort Dodge. They also .-ili.f-ndcd the Messiah in the evening. Staff Sgt. Kormit Thompson of Humboldl visited Sunday afternoon at the home of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. E. B, Thomas. Sgt. Thompson recently returned home after spending church in Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and daughter Shirley were Sunday dinner guests at the Alfred Schultz home at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel and family were Saturday callers at Emmetsburg. . :Miss Gertie Lou Coyle spent the weekend at the home of Darlene Bangs at Gowrie. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer were Sunday callers at Edward Zinnel and Roy Tclford homes. Mrs. Helen Rasmuson and sons Raymond and Floyd were ATTENTION Garage Owners AYc i-iirrj the largest and most f.oiiiplele slock of Genuine Factory Engineered I'horolet Tarts in this sec? Uou of (lie State, Try Us J, A. JIAKIG Kossuth Motor Co, fhoue 200 Alb'oun, la, all Saturday Dodge. callers at Fort Bazaar Nets $400 t,u Verne: The Presbyterian Ladies Ass'n held its annual bazaar and chicken supper Saturday in Die city hall and netted nearly $400 at the affair. Girl Operated On Irene, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hanig, submitted to an appendectomy at the General hospital in Algona Sunday night. She is a junior in the public school. .ALGpNA Mr. an< Mr.- and Mr*. Se»r«* jstueslS fit the Mfc. Myrtte. Kouba home 1ft Clear Lake. Mh and Mrs. Joe Kouba efCofwitH Were also guests. :<• . Mr. ahd Mftj. JakcS Sireuth atid fiuth fiisenbaehe* returned hom& Friday from Los Angeles whet* they had been the past twa months, jane Eisehbecher Wnb had been here for three Weeks visiting at her parental Ign. Els- enbacher home ( (returned to :Los Angelea with he* tNW»; sisters ana her brother-in-law is again employed at the Bank^ o^ America in Los Angeles. :.:> V> . " • •••) Lowell Erdman returned from Lansing, Mich., over the weekend, where he had visited his two sisters a few weeks. Cpl. Gayle Studer arrived here Saturday from Fort Leavenworth, Kans., having received his discharge from service following three years duty. L. L. Lease, George Aldrich and H. H. Flom Jr. attended the county American Legion and Auxiliary meeting at Burt Tuesday evening of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Strouth went to Ashton Tuesday for a visit at his parental John Strouth home. The young Mrs. Strouth is the former Thekla Eisenbach- cr. Aria Jean Yeggc, cadet nurse at the Mercy hospital, came home Friday morning to attend the funeral of her grandfather Nick Miller. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert 'Yegge. Mrs. Rachut Hb*t To Burt Women < Burt: The Woman's club met Monday evening wiih Mrs. H. E. Rachut, with Mrs. B. K. Bahnsojn BS assisting hostess. The program included a Christmas candle lighting Worship service, in which the solo parts were Kung by -Helen Rachut, accompanied by Stella Rachut; a Sblo, "They Call Him Jim," Vy Wyon, sung by Erna Ba'ars; two piano numbers by Shiela Rachut; and a Book Study, "The Road Back." >by Joseph H. Smith, , presented by Mrs. Donald Mitchell. St. <foe: private Donald Md- Ctlilre called :hlfi parents, Mr. and Mrs. McQuire that-he Was leaving the States 'Thursday 'tot North China. He had been sta» tloed at Camp Lejufie, N. C. Pri- Vata McGuire is in the Marines. Mrs. Berie Under Knife Mrs. John Berte Underwent an operation in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, last Tuesday. Agnes Berte Is attending to the household duties in the > John Berte home. Mr. and.Mrs. Henry Zipmet, oi Bancroft guests at home. were lasl the George Monday Wagner uiipel guests at the Herltiafi ' "'"' Takes Chicago Job Sunday Alvfna Vi< c«bBedahl left evdhiwg. 'for Chicago, Where sKe will be as ;. office girl in the Wesley Mctnoi"- al hospital, she came from Pensacbla', Fla,, where she Was discharged from the Waves' as Phar. M. 1-c, and spent four days at her parental Mrs. Loefoig home. LuVerne Evangelical! Society In Election Lu Verne: The Women's Missionary society of the Evangelical church met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Henry Miller and the annual election took place. ..v Mrs. Henry Marty -'was named president; Miss Florence Hof, vice president; Mrs. "Henry Miller, secretary; and Mrs. Fred Merkle, treasurer. Mrs. Edwin Hefti led the devotional period, and Mrs. Walter Hefti gave a lesson on "The United Nations Charter." C. D. A. Party, 18th Wesley: The C. D. of A. annual Christmas party will be held Tuesday evening, Dec. 18, with an exchange of gifts and-a program. The Catholic Missionary Society will also meet that afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagnci were visitors last Sunday at the John Schumacher home in Ban croft. ' Rev. Father Frank Illg of Mal< lard was a visitor with his moth er Mrs. Rose LI IP and other rcl atives here last Monday. Marcella Thilgcs and Clarenci Smith left last, week for severe weeks visit with Mv. Smith' relatives and friends in Nebraska. Harold Reding, Alfred Reding. George Wagner, Herman Illg and George Borman attended a purebred cattle sale in Sioux City Monday. Martha Thilges went to the home of her sister the Nick Hu- bcrlys near Whittemore to assist with the household duties for several weeks. Private John R. Capesius of Camp Grant, 111.,' arrived home Friday morning on a two-day pass for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius. Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham and family, Algona, were last Friday evening supper guests al the George Wagner home. Janice and Jimmie Scuffham remained at the Wagner home till Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg, Mrs. Anna Geisheckcr, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and family ?nd Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding and fami]y were dinner and Wilfred Kohlhaas, St. Joe, Released Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas received word from their sort Sgt. Wilfred Kohlhaas Saturday stating he had received; his hon orable discharge artd Would star for home'as soon as reservations could be made. ' Ideal Gifts For That Person Who is "WHAT-NOT HAPPY" n Never before bare you had au opportunity such us we present this year for the perfect gift for that person, who just loves "whatnot" items, fJgiierincs, and similar collec- or's items. * The New Sensation— CAL-RAMICS by Cissf. As advertised in Vogue, House Beautiful, and Mademoiselle S1.50 to $7 DELIGHTFUL MINATURES Dogs, cats, birds, elephants, vase?, ducks, unieurns—the 1 , whole menagerie 5SC 75C Madonnas—in glass, pottery ;md china $2.25 to $3.50 Hummel Figures _. $2.50. $3 Roman Art—Balloon lady and Balloon man—2 sizes— $4.50 and $2.50 each Tiguerincs of all sizes, designs, colors, prices. Many animals— evcYi a cute and demure looking skunk—elephants, . etc. They're really beautiful in the home to brighten up that corner, or desk or shelf. Figuerines $2.50 $5 by $7 Laguma- $3.25 $9 Fancy Salt and peppers—a real collector's item 75* and $1 Germanic hand painted figurines $1.50 and $3.25 JL\.* The Ideal Christmas Store No Restrictions bit FURNACES Some Models Available New Many families will t» enjaylnft toon that new pre-war quality Gteen Colonial Furnace they've been waiting for. HAVE YOU PLACED YOIJR ORDER? If not, do It quickly; the 'cl.-tnnml li heavier thon ths immediate Rtipply — hut you'll «Mny« be nlad von waited for a Green Colonial Furnace. See u> today. j , • Whether you prefei coal, oil or gai there't « iixclalty designed Green Colonial Furnace to Insure your comfort. COAL Laing & Muckey y^^K^^M^M^^^. -', wttvttifnnM if**.- ; :.M^^ii9t«foneavat;' i^im^m mm ifcl ••, mm, ; llutbp1fai^fB%|6fl^ m Phone 464 Algonu. N Dod^e Si Iowa Orders are now being taken for 1946 delivery of Pink of Perfection chicks. ' ! '/ ._• :'•••'. ,. ;V "'.'. : ; ;•,"' We ate, as before, operating under the National Poultry Improvettiertt Plan and have again established a U. S. Certified Pullofuin Controled Rating, This means out hatching flo'cks have undef 2% puK loruni reaction and ^re inated with tJ. S.E.O. P. officially wing banded cockerels which are true to breed, type and the parent stock must have records of over 200 ot more per year of large weight eggs'of 24 ounces or over. t * ^ ' ...4=:-**.. ..X' . : .' • • • ;•". '••'-, •''.. ' : \' • '' • ••'•''•') • : ' ii In our hatchery arc posted records of this breed* ing with the official seal of the Minnesota Improve* nient Board. . . • ": ..•'.:''."'-.•.•'''.•, : ' : '•..,.;.'-, ^No other large hatchery in this area can match this record. '• ' ..-.• ; '•. ' .'.-• . \.' •. •• - ' . '' ' , ' / 'i -'•,.•".]'• Pink of Perfection chicks arc bred to mature quickly. The pullets arc early layers of large uniform eggs and maintain heavy egg production through the entire laying season. M To obtain choice dates andVavoid disappointment later on, order now from your nearest Pink of Per- : fectioh dealer. / •',;•', MUSSHI & CO. Successors to Lanesboro produce & Hatchery Co. . Same ownership, same employees just a change in name to perpetuate the .name of our founder and company president, Mr. B. W. Musser. . Remember in t^ic long run it costs you less to buy the best. ; ; A Sweet Baby All dressed np for a winter Big 19-inch doll with comppritioh head, »tmg .and legs.vHer eyes aoye*and'she has long lashes; Hghest quality bent hardwood finished in rich antique mapla.. . ... Genuine Gilbert Erector Sets Ajperfcct gift for a boy of any ago Only $1.98 (Our retail coiling, oil this Jtom Js This is real bargain.) 1,98 Olown, cannibals »nd o'thsr characters, ajl ready tp be MWjnbled «nd; jaioted, Very well nude track* with your choice of itrerftl Brightly painted and •.vuUltio' looking, About twtlrt inch,ea Ipng. : .-''-. Has tbJrty-twp w»t»r prs, twelve crayons, twelro , «tc., •;.,

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