The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1946 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 12, 1946
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FACE SIX JACOB SCHMIDT BREWING CO.. ST. PAUL, MINN. CAFtBFUL, MURPH' WE DOf/T WANT AW- THING TO HAPPEU TO \ H£ SCHM/OTSf WORKIH' (MA FEW CASES, EH, CHIEFY? SYMPHONY, by Bin? Crosby 54c SLOWLY, by Mark Warnow 54c PESONALITY. by Dinah Shore Sic LET IT SNOW, by W. Herman 54c SWANEE, by Al Jolson ....54t THE SWEETEST STORY EVER TOLD, by Bing Crosby 81c I'M ALWAYS CHASING RAINBOWS, by Dick Haymcs 81c All other late hits. Polkas and Mill Bros, records. Mail Orders Filled Promptly C. O. D. or Otherwise ALSO NEW BUSCHER BAND INSTRUMENTS, SONORA RADIOS AND RECORD PLAYERS Across from Tangney Hotel Spencer, Iowa when you change to CHAMPLSN HhV-l* K£COMMENDED AND SOLD BY Archie and Ernie Champlin Station Anliker Oil Co., Distributor Phone 798 State and HarJan MISSIONARY FROM MALAYA TO SPEAK FRIDAY, LUVERNE LuVerne: Mrs. Hobert B, Am slutz a missionary from Malaya, will be. the guest speaker at the Methodist Missionary Society meeting Friday afternoon, March 15 at 2 o'clock. Everyone is Invited to attend this meeting to hear Mrs. Amstutz tell of her work as a missionary. There will be no general meeting of the W. S. C. S. on Wcdr/sday afternoon due to the special missionary program on Friday afternoon. Walhcr League Met— The Walther League met Thursday evening in the Lutheran church parlors with Earl Gronbach as the host. The business meeting was 'held at which time plans were made for an executive board meeting of the Algona zone which will be held Sunday afternoon in the local church. Presbyterian Ladies Meet— . The Presbyterian ladies association met Wednesday afternoon in Lhc city hall with a very good attendance. Hostesses for the meet- ng were Miss Emma Krause and Mrs. Harry Chrtstensen. Mrs. Cecil lolliffe was a guest of the aid. Mrs. Guy Trauger, president of the nssociation had charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Jennie Phillips gave the lesson and she also led the devotional period. The remainder of the afternoon was spent socially. A gift was presented to Mrs. Helena Trauger from he group, Mrs. Trauger is moving to Algona in the very near future. The next meeting -will be held March 20 in the city hall with a pot luck lunch and election of ofr ficers. UPWSR DES MOlNES,ALGONA IOWA W««l«y Girl Who 4A • fc£ * t^K A A W*« Recent BHde Pictured above- -is . Mrs. .Oscar H. Wagner, the fortiicr Florence Olson of Wesley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olson, who became the -bride of Mr. Wagner Feb. 19, in a ccrcm6ny.pdrfor.rned at St. Joseph's church, Wesley. The bridegroom .operated -,an Oil station in Mason 'Gity, six years, seven in the armed, forces) for tour years, and recently received his discharge; Thc> couple, will live at Manly,' where. Mr*' ^ las .taken possession of ,'a- . station-. -•' '• • .•.' Mrs. Dehnert Hostess— The Birthday club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Ed Dehnert. The evening was spent playing bridge with four tables at play. Mrs. Steve Baker received high prize for the evening, Mrs. Art Dimlcr second high and Mrs. Hugh Shirk received low prize. Mrs. George Tiede was a guest of the club. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the evening. Mr. and 'Mrs. Tjeran Nerem of Renwick visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund. Mr. and Mrs. Art Eiley and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Doak visited Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Judd Berryhill in Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus and daughter returned home Thursday from Decorah .where they had spent several days visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Seim. Miss Hulda Fritzcmier returned home Thursday evening from Denver, Colo., where she had been visiting at the home of Lt. and Mrs. Carl Lang. Mrs. Lang is a sister of Miss Fritzcmier. Friends here have received word of the birth of .a daughter to Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Wehrspann of Kingsley. Mrs. Wehrspann is the former Carmen Hesse. There is one other child a 'boy in the family. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thompson were visitors Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Jennings in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings, former LuVerne resi- Lone Rock: .Mrs. .W.fn. >Sphi»i der and Mrs. A. A. Krueger'We.rc lostesses at the Lone 'Rock' ; .Ladies Aid Thursday •aftc'rno'priva the Lone Rock church ;p'ar!0rs;'."A business, meeting Wai' held -wit "V "'-! election of officers as thing. '';•'' ' '•'"" Elected' were: president). Fred Genri'ch; vice' ,p>esjde'ri Mrs. W.'G.'Flaig; secretary, Mrs Delmar .Fischer; , treasurer, -'-Mb) Lawrence . Newbrough, PP secretary, . Mrs. Eldon 'M'arlow The next Aid meeting will" 'bie' ? party of the winners and 16s6r at the -church parlors. Red Cross Parly ' A benefit Red Cross party w.a held Thursday night at the nasium. sponsored by the L6gl6n Auxiliary and the Band Mothers There were ten tables' with, MVs Dick O'Donnqll winning', "high. prize for women and Mrs.-;. Otto Jensen, low; Ervin Wetzel, \higl for men and L. E. Hutzell, Iqjv Mrs. Francis Foley winning 'dooi prize. A total of $17.25 was'.tak: en in -for the Red Cross. :'.< M'%/ ' ' ! ' ' ''' . , .. - . Conservation Meeting- < .'; The Lone Roc'k-^it'Qf 'thfe Kbs : suth County ' .' 'Conservation League held a 'meeting - -in- • + the school house ' Wednesday evening. ••WilllanV'G Dau of Algona showed two. Hpi^ of pictures and wildlife, •: flo'wejK etc., which Were very intercstiftj for evcryonfc attending. ; ' 4-H Teams Compete The- Lone ; Rock unit of the 4-H boys and girls played the Perry township '4-H boys in an exciting garrie Thursday night" at ' "' ' Hurt dents, moved Monday to Nebraska', The members of the boys team where they will make their home. I were James and -Marlin Jergcn.- Thc executive committee of 1he I son, Dclbert and. Gene Blanch- Women's Society of Christian Ser- I ard, Fritz Newbrough Jr. -Hurl'- vice held a 12:30 luncheon Thurs- I burl, Clctus Quinn, Ley. Roy day afternoon in the church par- I 0cckeiy Kenneth -,•• Thomson' - and lors. The dinner was followed by I Dale Sehroedcr. They were- a 'business meeting, and at 2:30 the I C n by -a score, of 33-21. 'Others Missionary Education class met I attending were Carol ' Ann with Rev. Robert Phillips conduct- | Thompson's birthday at his hdjiie ing the lesson. j Monday evening. Those attending The Presbyterian, Methodist and jt were: Mr. and Mrs Dave Web- Evengelical churches held the er,. Mr. and Mrs. Jo& : Miller, Mr. World Day of Prayer in the latter church Friday afternoon. Leaders in the program were Mrs. Harold and Mrs. Walter Thpnlpson, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger,; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe;;' Mr. ' - (-.-0 ' •• ,V ^ -n«- 1 ""O. *H U1UI JTllVUV. 1V11 . clllU PhUlips, Miss Floencc Hof. Mrs. MrS- Andrew Thomson; 'Mr. and Wnltnr Hf»fii nnn Mrs. Ouv Trauff-I n/r T.T n-i •---!•• •««•.. • _i Walter Hefti, and Mrs. Guy Traug er. Mrs. Henry Evans and -Mrs. Lewis Merkle sang solos and twelve young people sang and also took part in the program. The Lutheran ladies aid met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Edwin Hanselman as the hostess. Mrs. Herman Hinz Jr. president of the aid presided at the business meeting. Rev. Wittenberg read a chapter from the study book and the remainder of the afternoon was spent socially. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. SEXTON Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond visited at the home of their grandmother Mrs. Sarah Wise, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Sarah Wise arid Mrs. Drusie Noble will be hostesses to the Sexton W. S. C. S. at their home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Martin Mimbach went to Cylinder Friday to help care for her mother Mrs. Kate, Esser, who is quite ill at her home there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings went to Algona Thursday afternoon, where Mrs. Jennings attended the Methodist W. S. C. S. Mr. and Mrs, John Flora, Algona, were Thursday afternoon visitors at the home of their daughters Mrs. Clarence Swedin and family. Mrs. Pearl Boukema, Betty, Edyth, Donald and Franklin were Wednesday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs. Drusie Noble. Word was received here the past week by relatives of the Lloyd Steven family, near Mapleton, Minn., that the young- s_ters are having a siege of the mumps. Mrs. Harry Meleney of Mason City came Monday evening and visited all week at the home Mr. of Mrs. Henry Schroedeay, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hobson;34e 'Snd Mrs. Albert Shaser, Doll' iMfarlow, Mrti, Sam McCleish, Mrs^'Geq. Long, Miss lone Lease, and' Mi!s£ Helen McMahpn. Those wirinrrfe puizq's were high for women .Miss Jone Lease, low for ••women Mis,s Helen McMahon,' high for- men Andrew Thomson/ low for. men Alex Krueger, door prizf? was won by Mrs. Andruw Thomson, and chair prize by Dave Weber. Mrs, Henry Schrpeder .was a hostess at the Lutheran Ladies' Aid at Burt. ,. : Allen Claussen of Swea City spent a few days at the Bernard Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ha.rina spent Friday at the. Gene Andrews home near Burt. Mrs. Emil Person has helping . her sister rMrs. Floyd Duncan at Fenton . last weekend. Glen Householder and Lcopayd Kuchenrqutlier, drove to Sissetpji, S. D., Tuesday with a load ' bf Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath . left Wednesday for a visit \yi{h tives in.., and around Atd Kansas. . " Mrs, Ervin Wetzel, Djek Willa and Mrs. Lydja We drove to Fairm9nt sh,opp Thursday. • ' Mr. amd Mrs. Y^Ffic and sons of Ventura we're' day callers at the home of'Mrs. Lydia Wetzel. ' family. Mrs. Mejeney Is a s|sj;er of Mrs. Cink, • ' • : Word was received by her grandmother, Mrs. Sarah 'Wise, that little Charlotte Wise, BQRT wick, has been confined to b$r bed for the past week with Iprpn, chial pneumonia. ' ; •< Mr. and Mrs.- A4am and .two children and Bukema 'of Kanawha ge 'w*le Thursday evening visitors at : home of their mother Jkjrs. Pear} • • .ara. Joe iUlftingef aftd Mr. af>d Mrs. ftudbltth Tietz 8|i*nt Montl^ eVehiftg at the H. A." Holmffeh home. 1 ? P«ul SchWildt drove t6 Brookin|s, S. O., Synday ntorniftf to help his brother Arnold move. He arrived home Tuesday. Mrs. Bd, Bloomer of Algona spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of her aUnt And uncle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Mortis. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ttammer- str'om left Wednesday to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. Nata Rose, at St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sehroeder weht to BUrt Thursday night to help her rmother. .Mrs. Henry Welner, celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs; Con Ackerman arrived in Lone 'Rock Thursday to 'spend .some time with relatives till he leaves, for the army soon. • Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ackerson and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson of Wesley spent Thursday afternoon at the Geo. Long home. :, Mr. and- Mrs. Melford Mitchell attended » golden wedding anniversary celebration and dinner of his uncle, Sam Olson, at the Depew church. Judy McMahon, Algona, a granddaughter, came last weekend to spend a few days at the home, of her grandmother, Mrs. Lydia Welzel. Alton Pettit and Art Pricbc drove to Algona and rode to Wesley with Joe Lowe of Algona to attend a conservation league meeting there. Mr. and-Mrs. Emil Person and Dell Marlow and his farhily attended a reception- for Mr. and Vlfs. Ralph Smith, at the • Ray Smith home .Monday. .-£rank Flaig'attended a John Deere implement meeting at the Hartford hotel' at Mason City Thursday.' Mrs. Flaitf and Ted Krueger rode along.with him. 'Mrs. Esther Borgen and Miss Agnes Borgen were visiting relatives! at the : ,P. L. Person home to attend 'the wedding of Reinhold-Person and Miss Hilda Kading. .Bernard Pettit, Hildreth Pettit and Alton Pettit drove to Sioux- City Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. -Harold Marlow returned to their, home Wednesday after a short honeymoon. ; Word was received here by relatives" that' Ray Webb, husband .of the former Leitha Bilsborough formerly of here, un- derment. his second operation in two. weeks at the Iowa City hos- pital Friday. Mr. aiid Mrs. Melbourne gimp* sOn came" Wednesday to visit at the Everett Hanfta home and to take their daughter, Marilyn, home with them after she spent from SUnday till'Wednesday at the* Evefett home. Mr, and Mrs. C, J, Stauder of Bancroft spent Thursday night at the Loretiz Ouitzenauer home. They brought Kay duitzenauer home after a stay at their home. She has been very sick and under doctor's supervision. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schaunce of Geneva, Minn., brought Verda Belle Thomsen for a visit at the parental Andrew Thomsen home. She will leave to start Work for a couple of months at the Albert Lea, Minn.,, hospital as a nurse. Mrs. Julius Paul of Marshall, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reimann of Albert Lea, Minn., spent the weekend at the Henry Kueck hcfflrte. fJic* all dfove, to Fort DtMge with Mr. and' Mfs. Henty Kueck Satufda? shdpptaff. Verda fielle atd -Mt6 "Aheff^W Thomsen" spent Thursday al the 1. W. Neisoii hdme. We I. W. Nelsons received a telephone call from their son, S. M. *3«J, Harold Nelson, from Seattle, Washington Thursday night. He Is on his" way through the Panama Canal zone to Norfolk, VB., Whei-e he expects to receive' his dicharge from the navy. ' Mrs. Eric Sedgebarth 'enter* tained Thursday .nighti Tliose attending were/: MM. fJave-Weber^ Mrs. Leslie Johnson, her smother' Mrs* • Beulan Gammclgaafd of Ringsted, Mrs. RusSel Bates, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs.: Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs; LaVerne Hammerstrom,.Mrs i Selma Hamnierstrom, Mrs. Jote- Miller, Mrs.. Eldon Marloyv, Mrs. Beulah Montgomery, and Mrs. Alfred Schultz. • '-'•.•••• COOKED A^INE DINKIER; THEM THREW IT TO DOG One lady receftty stated'that she used ten throw hef' own dinner- to th6 A6g ftiost of the time. It made hef sicfcjust fd look at anything ta eat, She was swollen with gas, full of bloat, had headaches, felt worn out and was bfldiy eonsu- patedt finally she got sYS*TONE and says she now eats everything in sight and dige-sts it perfectly. Bowels are regular and normal. She is enjoying life once more and fee's like "Sortie other vvbman" sine; taking this New Compound. , ^ SYS*TOttE •contains 12 ; Great Herbs* they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go 6n suffering! Get SYS-TONE. Lusby & Giossi £>rug Store. C Townsend Flash By >Irs. A. M. Anderson Washington — The Ways-Means body finally opens hearing on Pensions; Townsend Plan experts arc ready to. testify. They await call of Daughton.,- •' - Thfe ifirst witness was Arthur J. Altmeyer, -chairman of the social security board. He urged liberalization of benefits under the act; lowering of the age limit and extension of coverage to farmers and the self-employed. • 'Rep. Homer D. Angell, who in- troduijed one-of the two Tosvnsend Plan bills, scheduled a speech on the" floor of-the hiuse urging im- mediiite action on the program, including a roll call vote on Townsend bills. At -a press conference, newsmen were shown petitions signed by -e than 300,000 citizens favoring" passage of the Townsend Plan. Congressmen 'from seven states planned to. attend this press conference. Together they form the steering committee guiding progress of the Townsend Plan bills. —Adv. CURTAINS! Pr^cilIas--l'aiIoredrCpttage Sets We now have a large stock of curtain* in time, for your spring house cleaning. - ( READY MADE DRAPES Blue—Rose—Wine Pinch pleat tops. 2'/a yds. long. DRAPERY MATERIALS Flowered and plain colors for windows or coverings. CHENILLE BEDSPREADS . Whites Or colored. WINDOW SHADES Green or tan. CURTAIN RODS FLOOR WAX AND Full-size- or sash. '. * ;" .POLISHES CHENILLE AND RAG RUGS If you haven't seen the new dinner sets that arrived last .week, do so now. txRRHFimp Department Stores I i .1 That's it. :,'-. Have a Coca-Cola all in the spirit of friendliness Even with your eyes shut you know that ice^cM Cow-Cola will help mte any piUy a success. Its sparkling refreshment tends, a' gay and friendly tone to any Coke belongs wherever folks gather for fun and friendliness, The jnvtetic Cofc means a good time will be had by all- it's a mighty nice feej|j)g there's Coca'Cola in the icebo* ready te refrejfe a sociable pause wi (o refresh ypwrself. UNBM Q? |H JBU I9TTMN6 » Isw* |Y j :.k'S...

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