The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 26, 1946
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•v.'T:-.^'T^. i r ,-,'••!•'(•:- , MAfl 26, ' ITTEMOREGUEST HIS BIRTHDAY Mhittetnore: A ttumber .of lives gathered :at the home of ;;and Mrs, Henry Lauck last I Tuesday,.March 10,. to eel* g.te the'. fcirlhday of Mr. Sck. ' , ''..'',. . . ,: -.„ •esent were Mr. and Mrs. William Mrfver Sr. and son Leona Kinnitz,, William 'Sr Jr. and farrtily, Mr, and Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. ft*fd Meyer and family. Mr. 'Mrs. Archie Voight and son fes, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bel I, TO I and Mrs. Herman Behnke Hdauehter Mafjorie, Mr. and -Walter Struecker and fam- Jf. and Mrs. Erwin Strueck- fnd family of. here. Mr. and Albert .Meyer, and family Mf; and Mrs; Edwin Ueb Vily, .Lptts Cr.eek. .The a,,,^;was sr^ftt Piaying cm ' ds IluVifch'was'served later. Si' •. '-'-••' • ••. ."-.•• """ . •' . ' LK» w Sjw'ansort;drove to Fort .Dodie .'Wednesday' wi^h his am- iulanGft /He was accompanied iy M& .Mattha Pfl.rogl^Th fan of Mrs. .Pom'p.ev WMo* 5 *r«s a 4itifen.t in-the: Lutheran hospital j ihd ftad suffered, a broken pelvic ah aPr-a'utb accident in Alfona fjjfevcraji weeks'ago, Leonard is Igettirig" along fine but will, be SSrifined to his bed for several Ledyard Enter Music i| Buy Car-Seed Potatoes H. R. Zumach and son Herberb were up >in northern Minnesota, where they purchased a carload of seed potatoes. They made stops tt Brainerd. Duluth, Moorhead, and Grand Forks, Minn., and visited with old. fridnds at Breckenridge. Minn. They reported snow drifts as hi eh as ten feet and plenty of mud roads. f Frank W. Elbcrf attended well driller's convention held at Fort Dodge from Wednesday un- tilVF.riday. Theodore Knecht, who has been > seriously ill this winter, was -.up- town last week and greeting old friends. Mrsi Nona Butler was taken to the McCreery 'hospital Wednesday. She is suffering from a severe attack of pneumonia Ralph Schumacher, who was taken to the McCreery hospita last week suffering from an at tack of pneumonia, was re leased Thursday and returned home. . Robert Braatz, Raymond Voigt Harlan Schmeling, Eugene Maahs, Rusty Vaudt, William /ehrspan, D. Quinn, and Leland sehoter, attended the state ,>^jj{all tournament held at f-' ,y?' •'' •*'"<ost, week, y»•" irjrt.-jirold' Kueckeri West *- JSjvirs. Delbert Johnson and 8 .'iter Virginia, Rolfe, Mrs. ™ loyd Walker. Mankato, and Mrs. -Ralph Walker, .Whittemore, visited at the Arthur Heidenwith home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith drove to Fairmont, Minn., Saturday evening, where they met Llovd Walker, Mankato, Minn., who spent the weekend with his family at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur with. ' Misses Margaret and Gerr Rooney, Des Moines, spr weekend here with their, Mr. and Mrs. John,' Margaret is attend^'* culture school whi/' taking cadet : the Mercy and Mrs. Mrs. ... Mrs. Les parentaJ C. C. ~ day the k Char? last-" v Ledyafd: In the preliminary State music contest to be'.heid at Swea City Friday and Saturday, April 5.arid 6, Ledyard will be represented by Marian Sl|hzil as a mezzb-sopKmo sqlist*,. By ..the girls trj'6' and the girls glee -club. BOXSOCIALNETS $30ATLEDYARD Ledyard: On Tuesday evening there'Was an old fashioned'box social at the Methodist church basement. $30.50 was realised and is to be Used to purchase screens to divide'"the Sunday school classes. Mr. and. Mrs. Harold 'Herzog were business callers in ' Algona "ast Wednesday. Fred Dutton who has been in Washington, D. C., on u business trip returned last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder and family visited at the Peter Ehler home in Algona last Sunday. Howard and Maxine Nltz went to Radcliffe Friday to visit over the Week end at .the home of Wieir uncle Ira Neubauer. 'Mrs. W. E. Wjemer and Mrs. D. B Mayer went to Thompson Wednesday and attended the Eastern tar school of instruction. . On last Monday evening Rev. Edward Bass Wilson Brack, Edward Halvorson and Albert Barnes attended'the Brotherhood meeting at Buffalo Center. Bertha Solberg and Anna Mane Mitchell accompanied Helen Cody and Alvina Varland of Eslherville o Minneapolis for the week end. They planned to attend the ice lollies while there. The Lenten service at I he Evangelical and Reform 'church will be Thursday, March 28, instead of Wednesday as usual. The Rev. T. B. Lindsay of the Presbyterian church of Blue Earth will be the speaker. Joan Munyer wiho has-been at the Charles Bashara home the past several months and helping in the Ba-'iarn grocery left last Sunday to be with her sister Rose in Chicago. Both girls are sisters-of Mrs. Bfishara. _ . , The Methodist Women's Society will meet at Uje church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Glenn Burrows as 'hostess. All men-jbers are asked to bring a guest and anv other visitors are welcome. A bake sale will be halcl at this meeting.' Albert Looft accompanied Im brother Fred Looft and son of Swea City to Des Moines last Sunday to-visit their mother Mrs. Margaret Looft. Mrs. Fred Looft who had 'been there the past Week or so helping care for her returned w.itfi them. ...,,. -.-„ Norma Seeberg, Y2c; returned last we,ek Irom Pa.nsaco}a, Fla., pfipr hayjng served 2.M; y^aars as a WAVE.;:S,he <yyas stajaffiiea&i short while at Jacksonville7Flg..rLut for ,the most Part,.i'''X/$fcafCyJ N " V'- s the dfuW^'^^iW' <f S ' Henry" Sey- M'./& &* with Jenr_J|fl *£$f /'for GAMES END LONE ROCK CAGE SEASON Lone Rock: fThe boys' and girls' basketball teams closed their season Tuesday night by playing tho alumni boys and girls. The girls defeated the alumni by a score of 22->i9 and the high, school boys were beaten but hope to reverse the score next fall. The two games played were .sponsored by the Junior class to raise money for the Jr.- Sr. banquet. Proceeds at the gate and refreshment sales netted ALGONA UPPER Odd-MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. State college at Ames jStorfrlfiSt They also went to the airport to see the flying out there. Holds Typical Recofd The typing classes now have several students typing 20 words par minute. Emmn Schrnder still holds the record with 37. «,, spent Thursday, at a home project meeting, lecture on ilT~u. l«r< tf n ^** A .Ci^r\f > *l O £* 'Improving Space, at the home at Hurt. ome Storage Lloyd Schenck Mrs, Hugh McDonald and baby spent Wednesday at the Everett Hanna home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller spent Monday evening at the Bob Nealy home at Burt. Mr, and Mrs. Ed Gilbertson of Wauftesha, Wis., spent Wednesday at the W. C. Heiter home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marlow and Buddie spent Thursday , evening at the Eric Seegebarth home. Lester Schult?. went to Iowa City Thursday to see the boys state basketball tournament there. Odey Cherland and mother, Mrs. R. A. Blcich, Burt, spent Tuesday -on business at Mn°on City. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hotoson and Dorothy drove to Marcus Thursday afternoon at the Tuesday to visit his brother, Dr., Rochester hospital at Rochester, G. R. Hooson. -j'. Minn As; vpt nn word' was re- Mr, and Mrs. Art Reidel and Roscoc 'Schulb'. left Tuesday for his home in Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Don Houck and Marjorie spent Sunday Visiting Aier folks, Mr. and Mrs. John Alitz of Mason City. Mrs. Amey Cherland, Mrs. J. T. Cherland, Mrs. Odey Cher- lond, Mrs, Elmer Krause, and Mrs. Martin Wilberg attended the Lutheran Ladies' Aid meeting at Seneca Thursday. Charlene Rath of Peterson came home for the weekend Friday to help her parents celebrate .their silver wedding anniversary at open house at the Merlyn \Vobb home at Algona Sunday. Word was received here that Edw. Hoppe underwent an operation Thursday afternoon at the Rochester hospital at Rochester, Minn. As yet no word' was re- Lo*ers Are Hostesses Mrs. Lawrence Rath. Mrs. A A. Krueper, Mrs. Angus Cotton Mrs. Arthur Pricbc, Mrs. Wm. Schrador, Mrs. E. M. Jensen, MIT. Alb^'-t. phaher. Mrs. Alex Krucger. Mrs. I-em Marlow. Mrs. Chas. Morris. Mrs. Kraft. Mrs. Andrew Thomsen. Mrs. Delmar Fischer. Mrs. I. W. Nelson, Mrs. Chris Madison, Mrs. Eldon Marlow, losers pt the Ladies' Aid contest as to attendance, entertained the winners at a party Thursday at the church parlors. The program consisted of Rev. Kingma's introductory speech on Bible Studv and Mrs. Vi'-eil Pchrader. accompanied by Mrs. B. K. Bahnson singing "Prdyer Perfect" and "V/hen Irish Eyes Are Srrtiling." Mrs. A. E. ,Jen?enson had perfect attendance for a year and Mrs. L. Kin»ma had perfect attendance as long as she has lived here. Verdell of Folcv, Minn., were Thursday dinner guests, at 'the Schmidt's. Charles Householder underwent an operation for appendicitis Tuesday at the General hospital in Algona. Mrs. Clinton Henderson | and rnd/Mothers Mel Band Mothers met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Art Piiebe with Mrs. Jack Quinn as- risting. Mrs. W. G. Flaig and Mrs. Ralph Thompson had charge of the games. There were 12 present. Lunch was served by the hostesses. At Flyiner Farmers Meet Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rath and John drove -to a Flying Farmers meeting at the Iowa HauPhter srcent the weekend at the home of her parents, the Hiram Neit/.els, Burt. Mrs. A. L. Bachman of Ames is spending the week with lip' 1 two daughters Mrs. Httss°I Jensen and Mrs. Wm. Knoll Jr. Mrs, Fred Genrich and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough left for Hazekrest, 111,, Friday to attend the funeral of their cousin Ed Sirr.'pson. .. \, ••. i Delores Lattimer of .Bancroft, spent the weekend at ..the Joe Miller home. Sgt. Maurice Miller is stationed at Algona as a, recruiter. •-•-/.•;: i Mrs. Ralph Thompson and Mrs. Walter Thompson spent Tuesday at ?. home project meeting on Improving Home and Storage -Space at the Bancroft school. • . Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Meyer, Mr. und Mrs. Alvin Potrftz, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zumach, Mr. and Harold • Gross spent Tuesday evening at the Donald Radig home. Miss Helen Jensen, student at Ames, ,and Miss Juliana Cotton, student at Madison. Wis., arrived at the parental E. M. Jensen and A. L. Cotton homes Wednesday and Friday. Mrs. H. A. Holmgren and Mrs. coived as M how he is coming along. Superintendent L. E. Hutzell went with County Superintendent Laurit/en and seven other superintendents to a Visual Education Conference— by seven o the S'ate Education Departmen men Tuesday. Dorothy Behrends of Los An gcles, Calif., came Thursday to the Henry Kuec.k home jouisville, Ky., where she has jeen visiting'a-t the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Gra- larri and twin grandsons. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Wetzel, Mrs. Clara Pompe, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer, the latter of Burt, spent Thursday evening at the Donald Radig home helping Donald's birthday. Mrs. H. J. Rice spent Thursday afternoon visiting Mrs. Paul H. De Long. Word was received here by his sister, Mrs. A. A. Kruegeiy Mrs. Harry Montgomery, and Mrs. Paul H. De Long that Lt. Robert Gladstone recently returned home from Germany and is now hospitalized at the Brooks General hospital at Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Leaning 1 Chimney falls. For a number of years, residents of Waverly ' have expe "leaning chimney" at the Packing Company plant Last week, lihe chimney did fall, but it took manpower to do the job. Bricks were removed and blocks put in, then a truck pulled out the blocks starting the c'lim- ney on its way. The 90-foot chimney had not been used for a number of years, and had become a dangerous thing to have around. =5 VOUR S&Ii'.STOHR! CalifonH work . ,' while. /• Horn, in- /m the Luther- Xday, March 10, ./Jived a call from /at Homestead, la. ,.ion after delibera- -unanimously that .-,„ permitted to return 'so that he might con- Is work in- a larger field. ,..orn is also the official or- 4t and choir director.' 20-Pa "BeautihJih- / of Shows yo/jy of ful, lonfffiaases // est Bend, /._. Whitte- _.4ome of Rev. ft..Paul, Minn., 'i: Rev. and Mrs. nson, Minn., en i visited at the r .'oger's sister and Mrs. Vern Ging- gton, Minn. They rft" e Wednesday. 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