The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE SIX. .ALOONA DM MOINES, ALG0NA MAM FROM LONE ROCK AT FUNERAL RITES, BURT, 12TH Lone Rock: Those attending the funeral of C. E. Householder's sister, Mrs. J. P. Boohcr of Nevada at Burl Tuesday, and had lunch at the Ornie Behrends home afterwards were: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Booher and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Booher and son of Nevada, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Groves and son of Kearney, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. John Bierle of Rock Island, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shalley and daughters Joyce and Bonnie of Kansas City, Mo., John Householder of Oehvein, who stayed at the C. E. Householder home for a visit, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bcemer of Lakota, the Everett Richardson family of Al- gonn, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hurlburt of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hurlburt and family of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Householder and Kenneth of Fenlon, Mr. and Mrs. One Hurlburt of Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gross of Burl and Jackie Smith of Hurt, and those of Lone Hock: the Ralph Hurlburt family, Mrs. Alice Bierle family. Martin Bicrlc. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bicr- stedl, Mr. and Mrs. Eldort Marlow and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard, Mrs. Woodrow Po'ttit, the Calvin Householder family, the Schuyler Bates family, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bates, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Householder. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Householder also attended the funeral. Mrs. Hantta Hostess Mrs. Ella Hanha entertained at a parly Monday afternoon. The guests were: Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf, Mrs. Henry Kueck, Mrs. Ed Ohm, Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Mrs. Al Schenck of Burt, Mrs. Harold Gross, Myrtle Hanna, Mrs. Emil Kraft, Mrs. Ray Bierstedt, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Everett Hanna, Mrs. Melford Mitchell, Mrs. C. M. Gross, Mrs. Andrew Thomson, Mrs. I. W. Nelson, Mrs. Louis Bcrninghaus, Mrs, Art Zumach, Mrs. C. F. Schultz, Mrs. Frank Dreyer, Mrs. Walter Krause, and Mrs. F. W. and Gco. Jentz of Fenton. School Noies The typing class is making rapid progress, having just completed learning the letter keyboard. Emma Schrader has net the record of 37 words per minute in a 3-rninute speed test. The bookkeeping class having just completed their Walker practice sets, arc feeling much more at east but little do they realize that they have one more set to complete that is much more in detail. Musical Recital Miss lone Lease presented the members of the band in a musical recital at the sehoolhouse Wednesday evening with Vhe parents of the band members and the faculty as guests. The program consisted of a solo by each of the 40 students in the band which showed the grade of work he is doing and a selection by the drum ensemble, all accompanied on the piano by Miss Lease. Several students taking piano lessons also gave n fine exhibit of the work they have accomplished. Several selections were then played bv the entire group. At the end several games were played bv all. The evening was concluded with the guests being served lunch. The "Band Fathers" took up a collection for the benefit of the band and presented it to the band as u token of appreciation for the fine work being done considering the fact that the majority of the players are just beginning. This was very much appreciated and will be used a little later to buy something for the band. Ringsted Teams Win The Lone Rock basketball teams played Ringsted at Ring- sled Tuesdav. The girls' learn was defeated by a score of 34-23 and the boys' team was defeated by a score of 50-14. A large number of people followed the team. The boys hope to turn the tables when thov meet again Friday, Feb. 22. Plan Card Parly A card party sponsored by the band mothers was held Monday evening at the school gymnasium. There were ten tables with prizes being won by: high for men, Fred Genrich, low for men, Dave Weber; high for women, Mrs. Ray Bierstedt, low for women by Mrs. Melvin Hawks and door orize bv Mrs. Ella Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna spent Wednesday afternoon at the Arthur Graser home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig rode to Fort Dodge Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis of Lakota. Ruby Cherland spent the week end with Mabel Jacobson of Hardy and also attended a shower for her Friday. T.-3 Willard Quinn left Thursday evening for Fort Leavenworth, Kans., where he will go on to a hospital in Colorado. Mrs. Wm. Schrader and La Roy went to Iowa City Tuesday and returned Thursday. La Roy was getting his examination for diabetes. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Krause, the latter of Fenton, spent Thursday at the Gerhart Krause home at Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft and Ruth spent Thursday evening at the Mrs. Herman Hcisner home at Fenton. Mr. Reisncr died early Thursday morning and was an uncle. Laura Radig left last Friday to attend the A. I. B. business school at DOS Moines. Eugene Radig arrived home irorn New Mexico and is to receive his discharge. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schullz and Kay Hciinlin " and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schullz spent Tuesday evening at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stenberg at Elmore. Will Christenson spent Friday in Rochester with his wife and granddaughter, Joan Zwiel'el.who is in a hospital there. .They are expecting their son Ronald home Lylc Heiter of Emmctsburg spent Monday at the W. C. Heiter home. Ernest Jensen and Albert Hutchison drove to Des Moines Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt spent Wednesday evening at the Louie Haackbarih home. A niece, Margaret Kruegcr of Fairmont, Minn., spent Tuesday at the Chas. Morris home. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Williams attended a sale of some friends at Welcome, Minn., Thursday. Kay Gcit/.enaucr is spending a few davs with her grandparents, the C. J. Staudcrs of Bancroft. Mr. arid Mrs. Ralph Thompson drove i.o Fort Dodge Thursday to get, Mr. Thompson's eyes tested. Glenn Householder and Bill Ha'uck drove to Des Moines Thursday to take a load of corn. on discharge any time. : . Mrs. ^Ella Hanna and Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Hanna drove to Clear Lake Thursday where Mrs. Hanna is to see a doctor. They plan to bring A. O. M. 3-c and Mrs. Robert Hanna back with them. Raymond Barslow of Swea City flew Dave Lynch in Raymond's plane to an auction sale at Rippey, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Chris Gelhaus home at Ledyard. Mrs. H. A. Holmgren entertained at si Stanley party Tuesday afternoon. The guests were: Mrs. Jess Dugan, Mrs. Rudolph Tietz, Mrs. Arrie Dittmer, Mrs. Jas. Knoll, Mrs. Glen Teeter, and Mrs. Arnold Meyer. Mrs. Holmgren attended the American Legion and Auxiliary convention at Algona Friday. The Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Tena Jensen last Wednesday afternoon. The business meeting was held and they sent in Ihe March of dimes that was collected and Mrs. Fred Genrich was appointed gift chairman. It was alsb decided to hold a card parly on Thursday, Feb. 21, at the Lone Rock gymnasium. There were ten members present at the meeting and lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough drove to Des Moines Wednesday, where Mr. Blanchard attended a hardware convention there. Mrs Kva Thompson rode back to hei home in Des Moines with them after a visit from Monday to Wednesday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard and Mrs. Newbrough were, also suppei guests at the Howard Blanchard home there in Des Moines. A valentine's party was held a the home of Mrs. W. G, Flaig Thursday evening. Th6 guests were: Mr. and Mrs. R6g"et Jen^ sen, Mr. and Mrs. LOB, Hutzell, Charles Farmer, Miss Laura Bailey, Mrs. Beulah Montgomery, Miss Pauline Kohns, Miss lone Lease, and Miss Helen McMahon. The putting together of jig saw puzzle valentines and playing of Hearts, with prizes going to Mrs. Roger Jensen and Miss lone Lease. A delicious two-course lunch was served by the hostess. Catholic Missionary Societies, Wesley, Met Last Wednesday , Wesley; Mrs. iLawrence Erd* man and Mrs. Henfy Cost* were •hostesses to the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon. The C. D. of A's. had a very good attendance at their meeting that evening. They voted to donate $20 to the fund being collected to defray the. expenses of the basket 6ITY CLUB UC08 SCHMIDT SHEWING CO. ST. MUl. «INN. LIFE WITH HENRY// ITS ME YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO CARRV OVER THE THRESHHOLD.' New style . . . new luxuries and conveniences .. . smart new colors . . . important driving and comfort features! All added to the sturdy reliability for which Hudson has always been famous! _ You won't fully appreciate all that a Hudson has to offer until you have driven it many thousands of miles. But as soon as you see these exciting new cars, you will know that something important has happened at Hudson. 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Some household-good^, ' ' •-••• •;••• . ; .--^'^ 700 bales of red clover hay, UP rain; 10 tons pf loose straw in b«y»j ?fltf>ysfccl§ ricty, subject to Iowa State College test; 700 bushels of Control pftte, subject to |owf staife '*iS:

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