The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1946 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 22, 1946
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.itcssnissrs QCl ETY Auxiliary Will Meet— The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Legion hall to sew carpet rags. 'Hostesses will be Mrs. J, D. Burns and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew. —o—• Mrs, Lane Hostess— Mrs. Beecher Lnne was hostess to the members of the Eight Specks club Wednesday evening. High score prize went to Mrs. Milton Dahl and travel prize- was won by Mrs. W. J. Sigsboe. —o— Llnnanj Honor Guest— In honor of his sixth birthday, Monday, Mrs. L. E. Linnan entertained eight little friends of Billy Dpherty 'at a party after school. Billy's parents live in Compton, Calif., but for the winter Billy is attending school here and is ma-king his home with his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. —o— Hostess on Birthday— In celebration of her birthday Miss Valeria Butts entertained twelve guests Monday evening. Games were played and the evening's entertainment ended with the serving of refreshments. —o— Miss Murtaffli Honored— Miss Barbara Haggard and Miss: Margaret Ann Bcardsley gave n miscellaneous shower, Thursday evening, honoring Miss Betty Murtagh whose engagement to Sterling Goff of Louiseville, Kentucky, has been announced. The evening was spent at 'bridge, three tables being in play. The wedding date is February 15. Mr. Goff is an x-servicc man. Eighteenth Birthday- Mrs. Don Guderian entertained Friday, Jan. IB. at a 6:30 dniner in celebration of the Ifjth birthday of her niece Miss Mary Catherine Allen. Guests were the Misses Alice Burr, Delores Buss, Rose Leudtke, Arlene Etherington, Bcu- lah Burlinganie, Gary Waldron and Dick Furst. Following the dinner the young folks attended a school party. —o—• Bridge Club Hostess— Mrs. Robert Richardson entertained the members of her bridge club last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Robert LaBarrc won the high score prize. •—o— Bridge Party— Leona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson was ten years old Tuesday and in honor of the event entertained ten litlle guests at a party after school. Light refreshments were served. Mrs. Dains Hostess— Mrs. H. O. Dains entertained a group of friends Friday afternoon. Guests were Mesdames Frank Geigel, Keith Strayer, A. D. Layman, Joe Buscher, Harvey Jergenson, H. Coleman, Orran Hudson, Ernest Egel and D. Wilden. Games were played and light refreshments were served. -—o—• Honored at Shower— Mrs. Roberta Miller assisted by her mother Mrs. C. H. Simpson enteratined twelve guests at a shower Friday evening honoring Miss Margaret Miller, whose engagement and approaching marriage to Jerome Hardgrove has been announced. Congregational Forum— The Men's Forum of the Congregational church met Wednesday for a six o'clock dinner. Allan Buchanan gave a talk on "The Housing Situation" followed by open discussions. Bob McCullough led in the singing. Lutheran Conference— Beginning on Friday and lasting through Monday there will be a meeting in Fort Dodge of the northern district conference of the Augustana synod of Lutheran churches. Sunday evening Rev. A. M. Youngquist of Swea City will appear on the program. Rev. Benzon of the Algona church svill give a talk Monday morning at 10:30. —o— Shower for Dorothy Mergen— Over 200 guests attended a miscellaneous shower Sunday, January 20th, at the \Vhittemora Academy hall for Dorothy Me;-- gen who will be married Tuesday. January 29, to Vernon Plathe at St. Michael's church in Whittemore. The guests enjoyed "500" and •bridge. In "500" hisfh score went to Mrs. Reinald Sab. and low to Miss Kramer. In bridge high score- went to Mrs. H. E. Woodward and low to Mrs. Ted Hilbert. A door prize was won by Mrs. Mike Bormann. Mrs. Walter Fandel was in charge of arrangements. A lunch, prepared by the aunts from both sides, was served the guests. —o— Po( Luck Dinner Wednesday— The Plum Creek Club will have a pot luck djnner at the Center school Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 7:00 p. m. The evening's entertainment will be "500". Please bring cards and card tables. McArthnfs Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur entertained Monday evening at fl 7:00 o'clock dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Will Dodds Sr. of. Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl of West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl of Algona. Five hundred was played following dinner. George Kohl took high with Mrs. Will Dodds taking low. —o— Plum Creek 4-H Cluh— The regular meeting of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H club was held at the home of Joan McWhorter on January 5th. Five members were present. The attendance was small because of bad weal'her conditions. A discussion on hanging and framing pictures was led by Mrs. Long, club leader. Marian Ziegler read the constitution of the 4-H club. Jacqueline Woltz led the club in singing "God Bless America." Following the meeting games were played and lunch served by the hostess. —o— Townsend Meeting— Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met at Townsend hall, Tuesday evening, Jan. 15. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. A. M. Anderson, club president. Kenneth Dooley read a Verse of scripture. Mrs. June McMurray acted as secretary in the obsence of Mrs. Mabel Kruse. Convention delegates, H. E. Miner and Mrs. Cora Holdren, gave reports on their experiences. Mrs. Anderson announced that the women's sewing club would meet at the hall on Monday afternoon, Januory 21. Each person is asked to -bring something new to work on that is to be contributed to the group. Another "500" party will be held at the hall on Thursday evening, January 24, with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Godden as hosts. —o— Union Club Banquet— Those who want tickets to the Union Mothers and Daughters Club's 40th anniversary dinner to be held at Burt are asked to notify Mrs. Louis Bode or Mrs. Maymt? Winkel before February 1. —o— O. K. S. Installation— The O. E. S. will hold an open meeting Wednesday evening, January 23 at the Masonic Temple at 7:30 for the installation of officers. —o— Billy Dauffherly is Six— Billy Daugherty celebrated his sixth birthday Monday when his aunt Mrs. L. E. Linnan and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz entertained a group ol his friends. The group went, sliding and then to George's Cafe for hamburgers. Parents df Twfc-Headed Baby "*''• '**"• ' •.''' '. •-' •" -•' .'• '-' BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND—Joseph nnd Mrs. Glndys Govro who were the parents of a ilwo-headed baby are shown above. The baby was born to Mrs. Govro is England and died a few hours later. Mrs. Govro is the British wife of an American veteran. She plans to come to the U. S. in a few months to live with her husband on a farm near Fostus, Mo. Install Livermore Masonic Officers Livermore: Don Clark was installed as worshipful master of Jasper Lodge No. 424, A. F. £ A. M., in Livermore at a regular meeting Monday, Jan. 14. He succeeds Herb Raney who has held that post for the last two years. Others installed were Charles Chambers, senior warden; Ralph Hollinger, junior warden; W. F. Johnson, treasurer; Guy Raney, secretary; Don F. Shultze, senior deacon- Paul Wade, junior deacon; Eugene Lyons, senior steward; Ray Falb, junior steward; and Chas. J. Howard tyler. WALDRON WITH 231 LEADS PIN MEN Pete Waldron, Old Style Lager team member, topped KossuUi League bowlers this past week, turning in a 231 game. Other high games were Ted Chrischilles (207), Barbers;Cotton 203, Lone Rock; Baas (209). Old Style: Ainfahr (214), K. C.'s; Intermill (219), Titonka; Bud Briggs, (215), Pioneer; and Furst (200), Becker's. League standings: Team W. Becker's 44 Tanvilac 37 Wesley Co-Op. 3G Old Style Lager 35 Burt 34 Lone Rock 33 Titonka 33 Wesley Auto 31 K. of C. 30 Pioneer ^29 Council Oak ?.7 Barbers 24 JayCees 21 Percival Motors 16 Whittemore 14 Kanawha 13 In the women's league, bowling on the Barry alleys, Fenney's are leading with Lusby- Giossi and Druggists' Mutual tied for second and third, and the Modern Dry Cleaners a close fourth. Women bowlers with good totals the past week were Carpenter (151), Modern; Carney (153), Druggists' Mutual; and Harrington (158), F.enrjey's. L. 13 20 21 22 23 24 24 26 27 28 30 33 3(5 41 43 44 also Academy Grad Wins\ Promotion In Navv Chris Weisxamp, pictured above, a former student at St. Cecelia's Academy, class of 1942, has just been promoted to electrician's mate second class in the Navy. Word of his advancement came to him on his birthday. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weiskamp, and was born on a farm just east of Algona. The family moved west in 1942 and are now located at Medford, Soroptimist Club Hears Mary Kain Mary Kain, who recently returned from the ETO where she served as a lieutenant in the army nurse corps, was a guest speaker at Vho Soroptimist luncheon laU. Wednesday at the Hotel Algona. Miss Kain, who is now employed in the office of Dr. M. G. Bourne, gave a most interesting account of her experiences. This week Thursday the Sorop- timists will meet for a social evening and dinner at George's Cafe and will wrap bundles to send to Soroplimists in Belgium. Bosworth Guernsey Bull Not So Slow In connection with a picture carried in this paper last week of a Guernsey bull that brought a new all-time high price, we have word from W. H. Bosworth of Algona that he has an animal with almost the same breeding as the one in the picture, and it didn't cost $37,000 either — which was the new record sale price. The Bosworth Guernsey bull came from Berlin, Mass. BUY your printed or engraved wedding'invitations and announcements at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 34tf ..... . Both Mr. Weiskamp , and his son worked at the Algona Creamery before they went west, the latter on part time work. Chris enlisted in the Navy Jan. 5, 1944, and recently returned from duty in the Japanese area. Algonan Released Donald T. Prew, MoMM 3-c, was released from the Navy at Great Lakes on Jan. 13, He lives at 425 N. Wooster. Ledyard Vet Coming Kenneth O. Reese, Ledyard, la., is a veteran slated to have reached the states about Jan. 17 from Pearl Harbor, a news release from the 'Pacific point states. LOCAL MAN FELT LIKE SWOLLEN BALLOON; FULL OF STOMACH GAS Recently, an Algona man stated I that he used to feel like a swollen balloon after every meal. He would bloat full of gas and spit up acidulous liquids for hours after eating. Was terribly constipated. This man is one of the hundreds in this vicinity who now praise SYS-TONE. He states he was amazed at the results when he took this medicine. Now he eats what he wants without gas or bloating, and bowels are regular for the first time in years. He feels like a new man. SYS-TONE contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish Hver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get SYS-TONE! Lusby & Giossi Drug Store. D DWELLING AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS INSURANCE IN TOWN OR COUNTRY Our cost is low—our coverage complete. We can offer you 4 different plans of insuring. It costs nothing to find out about this before you renew or buy. L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Over S & L Store NEW MACHINES McCormick-Deering 10 in. feed grinder. 1 1% to 2V1' h. p. gas engine. 1 3 to 5 h. p. gas engine. 1 double and 2 single unit milkers. Cream separators. 2 No. 9 6-ft. horse drawn grass mowers. 1 fertilizer attachment for 2-row tractor planter. 1 pickup attachment for No. 62 McCormick-Deering combine. 8-ft. tractor No. 62 McCormick-Deering combine. 8-ft. tractor disc. A number of Kewanee harrows with draw- bars. Third beam attachment with high speed slat bottom for No. 8 L. G. plow. Tractor wheel weights. Power take-off attachment for H. & M. Baling twine. Air compressor. Hydraulic manure loaders. Tank heaters. 4-can milk cooler. Flare type wagon boxes. 1 set of adjustable front wheels for M. Farmall. Belts and Belt Splicing • Firestone Farm Tires Farm-Oyl Lubricants USED: Reconditioned Regular Farmall on new rubber with 229 cultivator. PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE NOW IS THE TIME TO SCHEDULE YOUR FARM MACHINERY REPAIR WORK FOR SPRING \ Algona Implement Co. and Deb Hall Phone 52 St$te and Jones Don Netodtt Jteift* Kosftith Motar A$ Part Owner Don F. Nelson inhd Mrs. Neisbr) have recently moved to AlgoiW from Humboldt and the former to now fin active member in the Koff suth Motor Co. with Joe Harig, who has been n part owner arid manager of the firm the past two years and associated with it 25 years. An inactive member in the local firm is Elmer Lindhnrt of Hum'boldt. Lindhart, Harig and Nelson took over the Clarence Mori-all interests two years -ago, but Nelson remained in Humboldt to manage the Lindhnrt Chevrolet Co. there while Mr. Lindlvart was in the army. The latter has now been discharged and 'has resumed active managership of his Humboldt business. . The Kossuth Motor Co. has been the local Chevrolet dealer for many years. City Sells Water Softener Service The water softener service operated for the past seven years by the City of Algona was disposed of, effective Feb. 1, to Donald T. Hommingsen, formerly of Newel, Iowa. Name of the new firm will be the Cullignn Soft Water Service, and offices will be located in the R. S. Blossom Insurance Agency, 'North Dodge St., next to The Upper Dos Moines office. To New Positions Ed Cullen of Whittemore and' Bob Spencer of Algona visited here briefly over the weekend. The former is going to Southern California, and the latter to Oklahoma City, where each will represent the Monarch Stove Co. Spencer is division manager for the State of Oklahoma. Both are ex-service men. Over 4000 FAMILIES a week •read The Upper Dos Moines. eroa Livermore, Iowa JANUARY 24 Cliff Kyes ttdtar? Tile fifst of a series of 1 bur fb* tary-sfpd'nsbfM dpelf fdrtoffi fee- tUres ; will bS hei'* Iff, Me . higfi school audltbrititn, this evening (Tuesday) with Sifton Davidian, world traveler, as. the speaKer, There is rio- admission' charge, and ff good fuftiout is dfesired. Over 200 Book* Sent to Russia From This Locality About 200 'books to replenish Russian libraries were sent out last week by the Soroptimist club whh^h sponsored the drive in Algona to collect Anglo-American books #nd books depicting the American Way of Life, .Bookplates indicating books were sent from Algona were pasted in each .book. The club wishes to thank -all those who contributed to the cause. New Circulation High A new all-time high record for a regular "run of the mill" press run was established with this issue of The Algona Upper Des Moines. Today's paper had a press run of 4,325. More papers have been printed in a single issue, but not in just a regular edition. BILL FOLDS AND WALLETS! The most acceptable of gifts. Our bill folds, wallets, fashioned from selected leathers, combine all the conveniences one expects in these practical gifts. D€« N'S wfl TCHGS a< WflTCH RCPfllRS flLGONQ, I OWfl .planned ift B. taihg has eFralrrnan, ahel fdll;deta!l9;\viifcb«i ' ndbn ^ Clfii'k Gable Larettn ^ ' • iri ••',"CALL OF T&E lit Thursday, Priday and m A th* ktad that m«de Mm Aii-America'ft favorite. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Jan. 27-28-29-30 Walter Brennan Charlotte Greenwood < in '. ~ _ ;.'HOME IN INDIANA" Co-Hit—Edward Arnold in "THE HIDDEN EYE" • MEMO TO ADVERTISERS H.OW you can be in a lot of places... at one time I F YOU could make regular, personal calls on your best customers and prospects and talk to them about your merchandise and service, that would be the most effective kind of selling. Of course that is not possible but you can give a friendly, newsy talk aboxit your business to the best families in our community through the advertising columns of this newspaper. You can describe your merchandise or service, quote prices and sell to a lot of people at one time. ' But you wouldn't make a lot of personal calls at random/would you? It's just as important that you know, where your advertising goes, That's the reason this newspaper is a member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations, so we can give you audited facts and figures about our circulation—where, how much, how ob- -, \ tained, how much people pay for this paper.and other essential information that you should/'know'ariH have a right to know'when'you inake an investment in advertising, ,;'''."' The Bureau is a cooperative association of 2000. publishers, advertising agencies and advertisers, in the United States and Canada, Ofi^ahized in 1914, its purpose is to furnish advertisers with verified information about the circula^ tion of its pubjisher.'members. The Bureau maintains a large staff of trained auditors^ who make an annual audit of the. .circulation-records of each A,B. C, publication^" Wjth the facts thil* obtained. pub!li$bect'HV^»B«C, reports, }| becomes possjbjf for .advertisers tp'seject media and buy space on the basjs of known and verifred'eifcvitation values, Both Algcma Papers are COUNTY ADVANCE AW5<3NA WjPPlR 19«S This newspaper & a member our latest A- * G- report tiviits •j

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