PAGE six. .ALdONA tfltfEft MS MOMS, SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE Wanted In Algona Arc you interested in establishing yourself in a career that will pay you a good income both now and in the future? This should be of interest to returned service men. Write for details about the opening we have in Algona to CLARENCE G. BLINK, GENERAL AGENT 410 Snell Building Fort Dodge, Iowa American Mutual Fire Insurance Company DCS Moines, Iowa 4-5 KOSSUTH COUNTY BOYS' (SOUTH HALF) I February I, 2, 1946 Competing Teams: Algona Titonka Burt Wesley Whittemore Lu Verne Admission: Adults 50c, Students 35c Tax included First Evening Game at 7:30 p. m. Finals Saturday Night— 2 Games a Night A Motorist's Best Friend is His PHILLIPS 66 DEALER Drop in regularly and frequently — for everything from a simple tire-check to a com* plete lubrication job. Your Phillips 66 Dealer offers services that really save your car, add months to its life. And, he also offers PHILLIPS finest quality products — the natural quality lubricant, Phillips 66 Motor Oil, and the wonderful new fuel, Phillips 66 Gasoline! Just stop where you see (he famous Orange and Black 66 Shield. vPhillips HARMS OIL COMPANY, Dist. lianas Super Service Station F rank Haldeman, Operator and Manager PJiqne 74 State and Jones Harris Phillips Station Albert Haag (Formerly Klamps) (Formerly ' BAND MOTHERS AT LONE ROCK PARTY Lone Rock: Band Mothers club met Wednesday .evening at the home of Mrs. Ernest Jensen, Mrs. M. O. Richard assisting. Miss Lease presented Delilah Marlow, Dennis Priebe, Dickie Jensen and Roger Long in musical selections. Mrs. Laurence Newbrough and Miss Lease had charge of the entertainment. Prizes wer won by Mrs. W. G. Flaig and Mrs. Art Priebe. The next meeting will be Wednesday evening, Feb. 20, at Mrs. W. G. Flaig's, Mrs. Ralph Thompson assisting. Idle Hour Club The Idle Hour club will meet Thursday afterhoon, Jan. 31, at the home of Mrs. Fred Tigges. Back From California Mrs. Kenneth Bates arrived at the home of her parents, the Wm. Nelsons on Wednesday from San Diego, Calif., where she has been with her huhsband who is in the service . The Alton Hurlburts of Kanawha met her Monday in Mason City and brought her here on Wednesday and they spent the day .at the Nelsons. Ladies Aid Society The Ladies Aid society met at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Hut- xell on Thursday afternoon. Committee were appointed to plan the -serving of the creamery dinner Feb. 14. Mrs. Kingma had I charge of Bible study. A -covered ! dish lunch was served at the con' elusion of the afternoon. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Alfred Jorgcnscn on February 7, a pot luck lunch, to bo served. tenson nnd Mr. and Mrt. Al Will* rett. •"..-.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olson and Bobbie of Britt were a week ajgo Sunday visitors at the Hi A. Holmgren home. Mrs. Holmgren attended a training meeting at Mrs. E. H. Junkermeicr's, Burt, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jensen loft Friday morning for a week* end visit with friends at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. George Kissner and family of Burt sbent Thursday evening at the Ralph Bier- stcdt home; Mrs. Alex Krueger returned from Rochester Wednesday evening after several days there with Mrs. W. C. Holler; who is going through the; clintc. Mrs. Hciter remained fpr further examinations. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger visited one day recently at the Jim Ackerman home, at Ve'ntura. Mr, Ackerman recently underwent a hernia operation at the Mercy hospital, Mason City. He is recovering nicely and is back at home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shnser and Betty and Mrs. Hattie Shaser were a week ago Sunday dinner guests of the Ralph Hurlb- urts. In the afternoon they Visited at the Lawrence Rath home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt and' family were Thursday evening supper guests at the Harvey Rath home. Mr. and Mrs. Glon Teeter and daughter spent • Thursday evening at the Joe C'llbertson home. The Milford . Mitchell' family spent a week ago Sunday at the Ernest Bcrkland home at, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Flaig attended a McCorinick-Dceving meeting at Mason 'City on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McC'lish visited a week ago Sunday at the Gilbert Cordcs home at S'.vca City. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig attended the Algona-Swca City basketball game at Svvea City Tuesday evening.. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boctlcher, Ervin and Ferdinand Mittag and Ervin Kacling spent Thursday at the Hugo Mittag home at Trues- dalc. Mrs. Clifford Mueller and Mrs. L. E. .Mueller and daughter Olivia spent Tuesday visiting Mrs. Wilfred Mueller and new son at an Estherville hospital. Ralph Thompson, Dave Weber, Ornie Behrends, Dave Lynch and Everett Hanna, all of Burt township, attended a Farm Bureau dinner at Algona Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and Warren. Charles and Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller of Burt were supper guests Wednesday evening at the Dave Weber home. Word has been received by relatives here that Pvt. Marvin Schultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schultx, has arrived in France and expected to be sent to Germany. A Farm Bureau check-up meeting was held at the Henry " Schrocder home Wednesday _ evening, Mr. and Mrs. Louie' Rcilly, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Chris- LEDYARD GIRL A BRIDE ON JAN. 20 ; Ledyard: Wilma Busch, the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch of Ledyard, was United in marriage to George MacKinnon, son of Norman MacKinnon of Meriford, Mass., in a double ring ceremony at the Grace Episcopal church at Medford on January 20. They were attended by Mrs. Harold Burtis, sister of the Broom, as matron of honor, and John Butts as best man. Following the ceremony a reception was held for the family :md friends at the groom's home. They left following the reception for Iowa to visit the bride's parents at Ledyard. i The bride's going away outfit was a natural gabardine suit with a pink blouse and hat and black accessories. After their honeymoon they will be at home at Medford, Mass. . The bride is a graduate ot Ledyard high school and for a year or two worked in Ledyardj Then went to Des Moines and took training in Western Union!. Four months ago she was de* tailed to Chicago. | The' groom has just received his discharge, having been a corl poral in the marine corps. M)R<MNiS« aUBMEEHii BE m THtiSDAV Four Corners: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters;club will meet Jan. 31 wliH Maude Robm* son and Ruth Stephens. Opening song, "My Bbnnlft". Program—My first auto ride—^by Nettle Rich and Jessie Mitchell, and a game or contest toy Herllnda Klfsch. Quests in Minnesota- Mr, and Mrs. Will Drayton, Mrs. Nettie Rich and Mrs Robert Ward and sons Donald and John Wayne were dinner guests Sunday, Jan. 20 nt the Ethan Light home near Bricelyn, iMinn. Cadcl Nurse ilohic— Phyllis Rich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich, spent the week end with her parents. She Is a cadet nurse at Des.-Moines. tout Will soon go to Council Bluffs for training in a hospital there. Birthday Surprise Parly- There was a surprise 'birthday party Tuesday night at the 'Otto Marian home in hon'Or of Mrs. Roy Sarchott whose birthday was WecU ncsday. Those attending besides the Sarchett family were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchett, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Riebhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Q. A., Bjustrom and Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer. 500 furnished entertainment. • Family; 'Dinner Hosts— Mr. arid Mrs. Russell Walker entertained at a family dinner Sim- day,,Jan. 20. Those 'attending were Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rancy and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Raney, Mrs. Sherwood Potter and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Patterson, Arlehe Patterson and Mrs. Lew Perry and small son of Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and children were dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker's Sunday, • Jari. -SO".-! 111 BjuStroms and ers" cftllefi at-.-Mr# Violet Walkers 1« the Mtfeftiddtt, V >;-: : 'Mr artd Mt$; John Sabin had asS dihhtf? arid .stoftjefr guests Sunday Jan. 20, Mr; and Mrs. E. G. Wlt>h am and daughter Ellen and Mr and Mrsi Mardld'dflmpney. MrY and Mrs. Lotils LoWmriti of Fehloh spent week Ago Sunday.af. terhOdn and evenitig at the Leo .Ramus hotfie. Ralph Snitth who recently reached honiS iWith his discharge, went to Malcom Friday to spent a ifew days. ". , Shirley. Holdrert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville ttoldren, is the latest patient in the helghbor* hoom to have scarlet fever, i Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Lee were din ner guests a week ago Sunday al Mr. and Mrs. Carl.Seips' near Irvington. . • M'esdames Ralph Walker, Cecil Bjustrom, and Lawrence Kirsch had a ipot lUck supper at Mrs. Rus. sel Walker's Thursday night while their husbands attended a farm bureau dinner. Doris Drayton, daughter of M 1 .' and Mrs. Will Drayton, left Saturday night, Jan. 19 for Washington, P. C., 1 to Visit her sister Mrs. Russell Howard and ifamily. Mr. and Mrs. Will Drayton had as supper guests Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb and son Walter and Mr. and Mrs, Johnnie Miller, Mrs. Miller being the former Margaret Plumb. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bjustrom and son Donald of Des Moines came up Wednesday evening. They went to Minneapolis Thursday returning Friday night. Donald stayed at Q. A. Bjustroms while his parents were gone. They returned to De3 Moines Saturday.. H. W. POST DRAY AND TRANSFER STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. 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