The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1946 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 5, 1946
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: ;v^v :? -'/ ; M ? w ''.;':'••..'•.-' '• .• :< 'i "'''•• >'-. ;>•'". ?°'' Pastel Fabric . 'J.'-:< >."'-. .•':'•' '.'' '•' ' • t-nmn -:;.: •:A' ( :M*"''- f SS : j;(*;|f '' AtGdKA MOINES, ALGOtfA IOWA f ESLHf GIRLS W 43 Enrolled In New OF FAVORED TEAMS Post Installed Wesley: The girls basketball sectional tournament will be played at Renwick Feb. 6-1-8. Wesley meets. Corwith Wednesday evening. Wesley is one of the favored, teams. The toMrnament games to be played between the north and south half of the county' last Wednesday night at Burt were postponed, .due to inclement weather, Wesley girls were to have played the Lakota team. The games will, be played after the sectionals. Cc.thplic Activities Mrs. George Hanig and Mrs. Matt Erdman were- servers for the Catholic Missionary society Wednesday afternoon uf Insl week. Thp attendance at the C. D. A. mooting that, evening was small, due to inclement v/oail;cr. Auxji/iary, Meets 'lh The Amercian Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Feb. 7; Mrs. Ihno Gerdes will serve. The U> S. W. will meet Thursday evening, Feb. 14, rali»lisis^iiii»«fv'wa : v / K i* g^i|^P^;^^|l^fl^i£^;LEN6TH V>^rityl«d.wltli-$cro!l- , -'tufttd'flared >kitt • Ws.S. Ci & Meeting : The W. S. G. 'S. will meet Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 6, with Mrs. Clarence Ward. Mrs. Bradfield, Mrs, Otto Henderson, and Mrs, Mike Flom will be assistant hostesses. Stitch and Chat The Stitch and Chat Circle of the Methodist church met with Mrs. Curtis Benskin Thursday evening. The Lions club enjoyed an oys-. ter supper on Monday evening of- last week. Miss Angeline Shedda visited: Al Loebig here "over the week-: end. She teaches at. Conroy. George Hall, of Chenoa, Ill- visited his brother and sister. Rodney and DeEtta a few days last week, Victor Mullin, also of the navy, is on Palowan, an island of the Philippines. His wife lives in California. Mrs. Casper Cooper, the former ; Agnes Ha verly, of Alexandria came last week to be, with her mother, Mrs. Agatha Haverly, who has been very sick. Mrs. Ed Hildman spent Saturday at the home of her daughter Mrs. Robert Kairi near Sexton. The 4-H club met at the Kain home. Mrs. Kain is assistant leader. Julius Munson arrived .home last week with his . discharge, following service i'n^thQ £ •h.pme , from the • army> about- ;a month, They are" sons ', of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Munspn. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Thayer Mullin and wife are spending several weeks at the, parental ,Vee. Mullin home. He has been; discharged from the navy following 32 months service as" 'instructor at Memphis, -Term. -They visited her, relatives at Kaijsas City .before coming here and expect to return there to , work. Pee Wee DeBoer returned home last week from several weeks visit with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Herman DeBoer at Memphis, Tenn. The latter couple returned with him and visited her relatives in Des Moines before -coming here for a visit at his: parental Claus DeBoer home. v Herman does commercial flying! Mother Of Burt Lady Died Tuesday Burt:: Dr, arid Mrs. Bahne K. Bahnspn and her father J. if. Peterson were called to Fprt Dodge. Tuesday toy news that Mrs. Peterson, who, was in the hospital there, was worse. She died Tuesday- afternoon. Funeral services were* held Saturday at Webster. City, She Jiad been very, ,iJl for. a long. time. Ex-Pastor, Good Hope, Out Of Navy Burt: The Rev. M. M. Schap- 'i former pastor of- the Good Hope, Methpdjsjt church, and the Rev. Ralph Kitterman called Thursday, afternoon at the R. P. Hawcptt home. Ehe, Rev, Schaper has been a chaplain in the U. S. ', but'is now toeing released. •Ledyrird: Thefirst regular meet-, ing of the Motzener-Eslle Post Np. »75 was iheld at the town halt Monday evening, Jan. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle and Mr. and" Mrs. Herbert Zulske, gold star parents of the boys 'for -whom the post wfls named, were honored guests. Fifteen members of the Fisher Post No. 14 of Swea City were guests also, here to assist with the obligation of new members. There •were 30 charter members nnd 43 members in all. A collection was taken up for the Mar-ch of Dimes which amounted to $5.10. Officers of the new organization, are: First post commahd$r, Ray Marquis; first vice post comr mander, Billy Bauman; post adjutant, Edward -Munyer; sergeant STEINBERG RITES Lakola: August J. Steinberg, one of Lakota's pioneer 'business mon, passed away *it the Buffalo Center hospital last week Wednesday morning following a stroke the preceecling day. Funeral will be iheld. Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian church. He has made his home with a daughter and family, the John Heetland'S, since the death of his wife several years ago. Luther League Hostess— Mrs, Mike Christ entertained the Luther League at the town hall, last week Saturday evening. Vivian Strand presented the topic and helped with, the discussion. Games and a social hour followed. at arms, .Merle Welfare' Irvin Krimmersmeir.j WilHs Dyer.; and' service ofitt6er ( Paul-Garry, The regular meeting night w,Ul 'be on the 2nd; andi4th Moncfay ot each month. Lunch W6s served by the. post-. On Thursday night the, "post, sijpn? sored a benefit dance at the town hall which was attended by, a capacity, crowd) Ken, Reece Homer-Kenneth Reece. returned- home lost week after- 2? months over* seas. He has been, in service 32 months and has now received his discharge. He is the. younger Son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Reece. Creamery And 1 Locker Plant Bode>- On 95rDay, Furlough— S-Sgt. Paul Gacry, and Mr*. Gurry came last week to spend a 95 clay furlough with his mother Mrs. Alice Garry and v/Hh her parents at Bancroft. Paul has reenlisted .for another 3 years and will agdin be stationed at Chanute Field, 111. Posl-Nui>t!a.l Shower— Wednesday afternoon a postnuptial mlscellaned.iis shower was held at the Evangelica.1 and. Reform .church in honor of Mr.4. George MacKinnon,, the ; former Wilma.Bi.isch. Games and contests were played and iheto'rtcle recejv- erl many lovely gifts. Lunch was. served 'by t'he hostesses. Mr; gnd, Mrs. MacKinnon ."left Saturday for their home, in Misdford, Mass,,' n'fi. ter a 10 day visit with relatives here. -.-'.' op SALH OF BONPS Sealed bids will be received at the Oltloa ot th«. Secretary of the BOSH! of P4rectors\ ot ihe Consolidated »W° Township, Melvin Ukena has 'been discharged and arrived home last week. He. was stationed, in Okinawa. Mrs. R. C. Keister and niece Diane Kruggel of Mason City were last week Tuesday visitors at the Harry Mussman home. Henry Jager has been ill the past week with flu and complications." His daughter Mrs. Francis Adams is caring for him. Mrs. E. J. Cass, Ledyard, is teaching for Mrs. Wilson.Jones in the local grades this week. Mrs. Jones will be gone 2 weeks. Mrs. F. C. Keister who has spent the ipast six weeks with her daughter Mrs. Harry Mussman, left last week Wednesday for her home at Elmore.'-Minn. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. George Weringa, Albert j Weringa and Mrs. Melvin Ukena were'business visitors at Algona last week Tuesday. . ','. •' •[ George Weringa, returned veteran, has purchased the Vance Lester house in, the north parti of town:' and will take 'posse'ssioii i . iMrs. Francis, Adams aceptfi-' panied. her ibrotiher Charles Jager of Mason City to Rc^hester recently .where h*e entered the. clinic- Francis- brought his wife home last week Friday. •''•'„•••> .\. MT. and Mrs. T>wight(,i: Smith,, Mrs. Roland Smith Sr.. Mrs. Delia Smith and Mrs./ Paul Kollasch drove to Mason Citv last week Wednesday to visit Roland Smith Sr. who is in a hospital there, Cecil Peterson and family arrived 'here last week Friday from California where Cecil went to meet them : Pn their arrival from overseas. The car went" wrong at Fort Dodge so relatives went to meet them there. Cecil is employed at the Ukena implement shop. The Camilv are moving into rooms in -Mrs. Altizer's residence. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh tewis drove to. 'Mason City last week Tuesday and Mrs. Emma Smith accompanied them as far as FOrest City •where she scent the day visiting at the Roy Farringtons. Mr. Farrington is no>w deppt agent at Cedar Rapids and has now sojd his homo in Forest City and bought one in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Farrlng- ton will move there March J. Mrs. Genrpe Heetland. was hostess to a -Red Cross sewing party last week Tuesday afternoon and evening with 8 women present to begin work on -material to make-an aUottment ot 28 capes for girls. Two women used sewing ma^ chines, 3 .did the euttlne and the rest basted and- did other hand work, Eight capes were completed and' most of the. rest are ready for sewing. l; Mrs. C. C. Gerzema accomoan* ied some relatives at Buffalo Center to Iowa 'Falls last week Wednesday to see an uncle John M, Ryken, 82 ( X h <> was seriously in- iurgd in an autc/mobile acc'dent 2 months ago and who is critically ill in a hospital there. Because of the storm and icy paving; Mrs. Gerzema; spent the< night with her mother- Mrs, ty F.rerch$ at Buffalo Center and> then drove home Thursday 'morning, ; r Wrs. Harry MMSsroap- received word Wednesdav evenijjB from her slst0r»in»l8w-. Mrs, Harpldi Keister at Elmor* 1 of the death- of 'Mw- Keister's father, Martin Carson, at Ws h«?me in Clinton. Minn, He had a severe heart attsok tljfl b$«i4j» Will-.„ beat bidder for, cuaji. '., iftl^N^ft wtth hl«&tod;?ai>riwy intersw • iw-yabje b: gjwa|.»ftnnuftijy . T ,.. „ —.. jnutur-w serialjy |Mtffl»« «S**»fc9fefeofe ,«*?h St I t 1{H«, pgftjf BBfc 'm»f-.W Wtf>\?$>! thereatlerrsBS wli - ,.~, • 411 other fwKy: Jo IE «» w, mm m f<?$* «.*»:" that' He was repppted? as rex?pver4n§ and thftch^dr«n49d Wt^njd.ta thejr homes but death- iearae«'SH$denh». the *<>rWV •|l.^§^-..; 8^ l iM : ^]iift4i^'KMA ** t^aWKWspw^ $m ^^iM^mm^/im^^m. Miss Johnson Ilonpfed-— On Friday afternoon a misrel- laneous shower was given in honor of Miss Amarita Johnson at the E; and R. church basement. ,A large crowd attended and the bride to be received many gifts. .Lunch was served by .the hostesses, Mrs. Ray Wentworth entertained 12 ladies 'Thursday night at her -home at a U. S. W. A. vanishing tea. • . Thomas Garry, the younger son rf .Mrs: Alice Garry, was home Sunday oh a w.eek end pass. Tho,- mas recently, enlisted in the army air corps and right now is at Fort Snelling. • . ' . . :; '• - The Evangelical and Reform Ladies Guild will be entertained at the church Thursday, Feb.. 7, with Mrs. Louis Kophengst and- Mrs. ArUiiir Kram'mersmeier -as hostesses, : ' ' ; • '•' Rev; Edward Cass, Mr s and'Mrs. Edward Ha'lvoisb'n, .-Mrs: L.; .W.. Wiemer ani Mrs..;Wilson>,;Br.pck were in Fairmpnt last : .'M<Mid.ay a? ^committee to select carpeting.for -church,, ..•"..••'..•' -: •' ss w.ent lQ, m' ' , . ohn : Van Komtner- of '.Bancroft- •• The Methodist Vi'.S. C.- meet Thursday. .Feb. 14. ', at it home: or Mrs, Edward;; Cass/iM. Harold "HeKzog. will be. .assisting: hostess -an'd^Mrs.. E.; A, '.Carpenter will be' prpiiram leader.. > '-..-. •" I On Tuesday 'evening! a group; of friends . iheld .a hpusewanning for Mr. 'and ;Mr's; -Fred' : 'Muhyeiv 'The Muriyers .' just' 'purchased 'an.dV oh Sunday moved into the home merly "owned by 'the' J. -H-.'' fares. '' '•'•'• • ;.•'.'/ - ' '. ",.' • ''' iBode: John Saathoff- of Alden •bought the Bode, creamery and locker, plant 'from the, Fanners Elevator and. took^ over active management on February 1. An Eventful Month — Miles Helman finished up his army career all in the month of January, 194(5. He left Manila Jan. 4, arrived in Los Apgeles Jan. 1,9, discharged at 'Fort, Fwansasj Jan. 25, arrived I home Jan. 28, and resumed his pre-war time duties Monday morning,. Jan. 28, in the ttelman store. Bridge Hostessr- Mrs. Floyd Torgerson entertained her card club Wednesday evening, Jan, 23i Prizes for high sc'ores were awarded to. Mrs- Ei M. Elljhgson, Mfs. John IJardcastle and Mrsi Aj'ti Jehsetj. Next meeting of the bridge- clu ;1 ) will' jje of) Wednesday evening) Feib. C at. Lhe E. O. Berkland' home with Mrs. F, E. James as hostess. Mr. and Mr.s. E. O. Berkland spent the week end' with, friends at St. Anger. Mrs. lla . Watson has returned a visit at LuVerne, Minn., aftd is. now visitns h,er hiisband's parents in W.est Bend. Mi;, and Mrs. J, A. Olson have returned, to their home irj Fprest City after a visit at the hpme of her mother Mrs.- Oie Togerson. ' , Mr. arid .Mrs-. Norman Hanson and baby son of- Castana, Iowa; have returned to .their home.after a. visit at the ho.irie O'I'M?. and Mrs. Eugene Lyons. , •••" ', . , Lt,. apd Mrs. Guy Olson are vis-, itin? at the farrh home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Thor Olson. Lt. Olson is home on terminal- leave until'February 13.. 'Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 5, Mrs. Max Shelton, Mrs. Paul Wade and Mrs, Eugene Lyons will entertain the American Legion Auxiliary at the home of Mrs. Lyons., Jaak Satern met with an unusual accident, at his filling station a few days ago while greasing a car, which resulted in an injured knee which laid him. up 1 , for a few days, but is now on duty at the station. . Thor Olson, Harold Redding. John Bormamij Il'yin -bison.-'John Th'ul, M; A.'Sorlein:'arid-E. M. Ellingson .hay.e returned•'from n 3 day session'of the grain. dealers coji'vention held in, Pes Moines li[j~t week. ' ' .'•'. Following.'the business meeting at' ladies aid, 'Saturday^ aiterhoon,; refreshments' were served by Mrs. Tom Olson, Mrs. .Ted Underberg, Mrs. Morgan Hageiit Mrs.. Don Moore, Mrs. - John Hanson and Mrs. Albert. Helle. Roger M, Olson, want tfl ; Antes the first of the week- to see his cousin Donald Ophebn .had just returned ftortl the European theater where he served & years •With the 82nd' aiirborne paratroop^ ers, ; Conald, son of Mr, and Mrs, J, Bi Opnelfilj dre teriftflf Sods NEfip- r«t)bfer dt&ftips ft any purpose, you can order tiiei at Thfe AJgotta Upfter t)es Mom>^ 40o ahd Up, 13-U FUNURAL Ambulance Setvice Golden «nle Our Phone S21-W Alg-ona. •rwuv Membership Swea City: Mr^.,Ai G. Aggers heads 'the membe'rship committee, of the Auxiliary of -Fisher; p_6st Arnerican L6siqn< , The organ>ar tipn; has sent' out inyitMJon 8 ;-* 0 all' .women eligible : for member,-. sh'ip. Those eligible 'are' women who have served in this armed forces. Also all; "wonjen \belon-' ing to the family of a .World war v II' veteran who has. joined:; the American 'Legion. . • ' : Eleanor Bormann To Wed Albert Thilg^ §t, Tfie: Banns.of published, jn St. Jcmeph by/Father Ceo, J.. Theft. Eleanor Bormann,' daughter. , of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Borm8nn,Jr., and Albert Thilges. oldest son. of Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges, -Tljey wJUf be married F?b. W aft St» Joe, LPW COST ADVERTISING.-^ That's what you get li» Upper De»> Moines want ads!' Ove» 4,000 Townseud Fliwh Q^ Mrs. .A*.. M. Technological advances iwye.reswUe4.iB Yo BABY CtIICK$ , ,. U.VS;'.' ifollorum Test-eU • t Also TURKEY POUIil'S and: -.' Early chicks mJike ._,,„,'money. ,You can't(fbjwrong on SWEA CITY fiCATCH.EB.X CHICKS. First hatch F!«>niary jiswEA CITY ATCHERY SWEA CITYj IO\VA : '-' ^ Malekfs Accordion Friday, February. 8;Carl Bean Tuesday,, F*bru*ry ; "OJ^QIseh Friday,, February '15 LynnKetns Tuesdayt Will Hoi* a Dress and Coat Sale for 'S .on' the Balcony fed FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8 AND 5) Things focm every department. A clean-up of winter merchandise. There will be lots of HATS and cheap SWEATERS and CHILDREN'S WEAR. .. Will Have Good Sizes in Both Coats and Dresses DON'T MISS THIS SALE AT KRESENSKY'S Order for V OUR TRUCKS ARE !, BUSY ALL THE TIME; CALLS COAL ' ARE COMING IN FROM MANY TQ^NS m /Tlffi COUNTX;. WE HAVE IN TRANSIT— COAL F. S. Norton & Son ii^lliiJIM iii'Siiii -y'j ' • " ' ' •-"•*?i '•>"?;• '^\"tf '- •* •*.- ''•"fW sr v'F*T'--*™^ --••'-J-v?fW' s . - W?.^^

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