The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1946 · Page 4
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MGfi f 6tm_ Lit Verne Young Man and His Bride —Cut Courtesy Eagle Grove Eagle SluHvn above arc Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schipull shortly after they ivrre married at Eagle Grove on March 21. Mr. Schipull is from Lu- Vi'rno. F.oais Bodes Entertain— ."V!r. and Mrs. Louis Bode enter- limn-.! Salurday evening at a 7 oYlo:-!; dinner honoring their sons, I- .'i:;/il and Charles Robert. Ab.nil L'fi neighborhood guests attended. i.'iernard, who has been employed here for it time with Si Roth arid .less Fandel. left Sunday for n.'uin'rin where he will be with !he i!l-'A. Charles Robert arrived Salurday following his dis- e from the navy at Minne- .'•. 'I. U'illrclls Honored— Tin- Fcnlon A. A. L. Branch had :: .'-.'-use warmins for the A. R. V Hi re'is Friday evening. Tli'i-e present were the Rev. and :\ ; i-s. I-'rierlrich and family, Mr. and :'.'!•>. 17. Eu^erling and family, Mr. and Airs. Emil Bierstedt and -family, 'Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz, i\Tr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer. Mr. ;i;i:J Mr.-;. Clarence' Thcesfield and !':<rnil-.-. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Vnrile:-. M". and Mrs. Alvin Zui:i:-.'!i. Mrs. AiiL'ust Zumach, Mr. -":i Airs. Ferdinand Bierstedt, I!;i:!i F.-.iierby, Raymond Utof, '•' : '' " 'I',','} Rosemary Fuhr. i.'i'ii-'i '.(•as brought by the :'->;•-'.••. In remembrance they were i're-u :i!c.''"l -.vi'.h a nice shay rug. !>!!•>•::•; S'C'iety Mcctinff— Tin 1 H,>:-,-.i.s Society of the First Lir'HT.-in i-hureh will meet in the '..'••• •>> :>:r.-!,i>.-s Thursday afternoon .-.' :':.' : 'i. The hcvlcsses will be Mrs. T'.<-'i. Th-.imp.Mm and Mrs. Gail >. Mason Celebrates Birthday— IT. H. O. Dains entertained a friends for II. B. Mason on his birthday Monday, March 25. >" invited for the evening were and Mrs. A. R. Cruikshank, and l\Irs. Glen Buchanan, Rev. :\ii;s. N. A. Price, Mr. and Mrs. ;. Murtagh, James Murtagh, and '.Mrs. R. L. Reid, Mrs. '. Hutchison and Mrs. Archie .-liisim. nirthday cake and cof- v.w served. Several friends • I bi the afternoon and Mr. ;i:i was given flowers and sev- I'ifts. Since his fall on the ice I I'.venvbiT he has been a semi- Richardson and Craft. Devotions will be given by Mrs. W. A. White and the program will be given by Mrs. R. A. Evans. —o— Trinity Ladies Group— The ladies of the Trinity Lutheran church will meet Thursday, April 4 in the church parlors. Hostceses tire Mrs. Robert Leisner and Mrs. William Otto. Devotions and program will be in charge of Mrs. Arthur Kuecker and Mrs. Martin Kruso. Presbyterian Circles— The circles of the Presbyterian church meet with the -following hostesses Thursday, Apri! 4; Circle A, Mrs. Del Schoenfeld; Circle B, Mrs. Sherman -Feeney; Circle C, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh; Circle D, Mrs. George Conklin. Methodist, W. S. C. S.— The W..-S; C. S. ofth\3 Methodist church meets Thursday, April 4, lor a 1:15 luncheon with Mrs. L. J. Malueg as chairman, assisted by Mrs. T. C. Hutchison. Devotions will be given by Mrs. John McGuire and the program will be in charge of Mrs. L. L. Riler. Cong'l Woman's Ass'n— The woman's association of the Congregational church will meet Thursday, April 4, for a 1 o'clock luncheon. The program will be in charge of-Mrs. Lee Reed, and Mrs Myrle Griggs will give the devotions. —o— Birthday Tarty for Carnc.vs— Mrs. Edward Carnev entertained a group of children Thursday afternoon from 3:30 to 5 in honor of the birthdays of her dau«hter Janie aged 5 and Edward aged 7 whose birth dates are March '"; and 18 respectively'. Guests werfe Owen and Phil figeli "SeCky -aftt Janet Jergenson,. Mildred ahc Margaret Willey, Garla . HiU Knechl, Karen and Lee Haase. Loren Thompson, Marian Roth, Dean Hendriekson and Terry Struecker. —0— Club Makes Quilt— The ladies of the south Cresco club met -with Mrs. William Run- ehey Thursday afternoon and worked on a quilt for the Red Cross. Those present were Mesdames Nell Potter, Emma Collin- sqn, Eva Potter, Andrew Lehman, Mary iMilJer, Avis Bradley, Mary Smith, Alice Clayton, and Veronica Roethler. —o— Kaunas Entertain Club— Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hanna entertained their bridge club Sunday evening. Other members are Mr. and Mrs. Roger Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holmes and Mr. and Mrs, Ray Anderson. High score prize for the ladies was won by Mrs. Phillips and the high score prize for the men was won -by Mr. Holmes. Low score prize went to Ray Anderson. —o— Courtesies for Mildred Galbraith— Mrs. Raymond Reid and Mrs. Raymond Galbraith gave n miscellaneous shower Friday evening for 'Mildred Galbraith, daughtcer of Mr. and -Mrs. B. A. Galbraith, who is being married Friday, Apr, 3 to Robert Amunson, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson. Thirty guests enjoyed the courtesy. A mock wedding was a ipart of the evening entertainment. Mrs. Raymond Reid was the bride and carried a bouquet of cauliflower, radishes and onions. The train of her gown was caught up with a carrot bouquet. The groom was Dorothy Galbraith and the rest of the party included Josephine Pel- isck as best man, Barbara Gal- braiih as bridesmaid, Mabel Sor- cnsen as bride's mother, Ruth Forbes as bride's father, Mrs. Ray- mend Galbraith as the minister reading the service from a catalog. Ar'dis Jane Reid as flower girl and Jimmy Galbraith as ring bearer. The evening closed with the .-ervinu of refreshments. Another courtesy for Miss Galbraith. was a dinner Wednesday at '.he Dr. Amunson home at which Mrs. B. A. Galbraith, her mother Mrs. W. F. Knoll and bride-elect Mildred Galbraith were guests. On Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson entertained Dr. and "Vi"-:;. Amunson and Robert and M:.:.- Galbraith at dinner. David SHmiway Has Birthday— Mr. and Mrs. Gaylorcl Shumway entertained at dinner Thursday, A'lareh 21 in celebration of their son David's -birthday. Guests were Billy Guderian, Michael Kenefick, Teddy Hutchison, John Jordan, Ronald Peterson and Dale Wagner. Adult guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Frisledt who also enjoyed dinner and spent the evening socially ::ller the youngsters hnd gone to the theatre to finish the clay's •jclcbration. —o— Buchanans Entertain— ' Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pvchanarven- tertained the members'^ bf tHeir bridge club at dinner Monday evening. Three tables were in play. Airs. O. E. Holt Is Hostess— Mrs. O. E. Hott was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. This club is known as the Laf-a-Lot and has completed a year cf meetings. They are continuing the club, the members of which are Mesdames Bert Cronan, George Mahoney, Freda Stucssey, Clara Sankey, Leonard Nelson, Lawrence Winkel, O. E. Hott and Miss Dona Kohlhaas. High score prize went to Mrs. Bert Cronan and low score prize ot Mrs. George .Mahoney. TIT0NKA, CASSIS fitohka: Virginia .Joyce, months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cosgfove, died In the Mason City hospital at 4 o'clock Wednesday morning following a few days illness. The ailment was pronounced bronchial pneu- ^ r ™Ll? &^L 0n : Wednesday monia by the attending physi* cian. She was taken to the hospital Sunday, Funeral services morning at the were Friday St. Joseph'^ Catholic church in Wesley. High School Concert The high school music students are sponsoring a concert Tuesday evening, April 2, at 8 p. m. These students, under Miss Deloris Lady's direction, are going to compete in the music contest at Britt April 5 and 0. Leaves for Wyoming Marvin Johnson, recently discharged from the navy and having spent a few days at home, left last Monday for Wyoming and points west. California Voyage Mr, and Mrs. George Schmidt, their son Junior who is in the air corps and Helen Becnken left last Tuesday morning for California, where Junior, a sergeant is to be discharged. They are making the trip by automobile. Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ama celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on March 17. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tryon and daughter Wilma of Austin, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Louison and son of Austin and Mr. and Mrs. George Ama of Wesley were here for the day. and car painting. '.Donald Budiotig spent the last week at his parental home, re turning to Ames on Wednesda to register for the next Semester and then returned home. Billy Ward aceompafTied him to Ames,' Your Baby Chick*, Turkey Poult*, and Ducklings Now! Chicks'.-from U. S. Approved —U. S. Pullorum Tested Flocks. Turkey Breeder Flocks Pullor- um Clean. Poultry authorities predict higher egg and poultry meat prices this coming fall and winter. Our chicks purchased now will give you these results and extra profits. Hatches twice -weekly thru the season. Write or phone your order now. Some Started Chicks on Hand at Bargain Prices. Swea City Hatchery Swca City, Iowa Phone 35 WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Last Ndyeittbei* we went to ; dno of the largest wholesale cvergrdcii Jiurseries JM the tt, 8, A, (t&k&s ntitttefy in Shehajtddah) ahd selected, in the ground, $1000 worth of landscape evergreens. ! ..•'"' ' ' • - •.'•.''•'••".•'.•.• ••- ', 'We had them dug and haled with hurlap'With from SO to 75 pounds of dirt on their roots, and delivered by trucks to'Orion's Fruit Fartn where they were planted and well watered within 36 hours front <ihc time they were dug. They can now be seen at the Orton farm, 3*4 mile straight south of the court house. Select your trees. Don't buy trees you have never seen. We can save you money as we bought them at 1945 prices. Orton Fruit Farm Phone 7-F11 Algona TO BUY OR SELL: You'll go a Ions way before you can better the reader coverage of Algona Upper Des Moines want ads! Mr. and Mrs. Wally Liehtnn- Derger of Des Moines spent the last weekend at the home of Mrs. Lichlenburger's mother Mrs. Minnie Osterreicher. Mr. and Mrs. Herman,. Drees- nan went to Ames a week ago Friday and brought home their daughter Lydia to spend spring vacation. Miss Marilyn Stock- iale, whose home is in Apling- on, la., accompanied them here 'or a visit. Mervin Grey, who was recently discharged from the navy af- 1 tcr two and a half years service, irrived home last Saturday. The past six months he was employed in the navy printing office on Treasure Island. Prior to this job he was on regular sea duty. Howard Stott returned Mon- c'ay morning after having spent the weekend in DOS Moines with his sisters Doris and, Maxinc, who are employed there. The Titonka Methodist Youth Fellowship club sponsored a./ scavenger hunt Friday evemrif? with the Doan club as guests. "•: Mrs. George Sachau entertain-' ed the members of her club last Thursday evening by taking them to. see ."The Bells of St. M;ary's,V>? showing'v'theri. in Ban- crpft. r . , •' 55 55 55 fc 5? 55 55 5? 55 55 55 Get Home Comfort fhat Laili • Houietime with in EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phon« ui today CowaziBIdgSupplyCo. IMioiio 275 ALGOLS'A, IOWA c. T. ir.— l::- \V. (.:. T. U. will meet Wcd- ii;iy ;iilernuoii at 2:30 nt the n' ni' .Mrs. Win. Combs. Belle v. ill h;ive cliurye of the de. ii.r. ., ;,nd Mrs. Frank Geigel will t-haryc; of the study. v (idis-si Entertains Club — •.Ir-:. ''.V. T. Goissi entertained - bri'.h:<' club Thursday evcniny. nilicr.s of the club are Mes- in .--. Tim < VBrien, Tony Schmitl, A. 15,-.rry Si\, Mel Griffin, Leo lrs, Anna Poirol and L. A. \Vcll':u-c Cluli— T!u' \\ r elfare Club will meet Fri- i'ay. Aju-il 5, at the home of Mrs. .S.'lilb JJouyJil.s. — o — Surprise Orville Nolan — Six r-nupk'.s harl a surprise party Thursday t'-venin:; on Orville Nolan in honor of his birthday. The :.',iu':n.-; brout-ht lunch which was Mji-\-ed late in the evening. i'lif/. Daughter Entertains — Mra-iulk' Mae PuU, daughter of Air. and Mrs. Harry Put/., celebrated her ISih : l)irlhdiiy Friday even- in.L; by ontertaining 16 of her classmates. The evening was spent in playiny yames and dancing with i i.'i'rt .--iunonts beiny served Juter in the evening. I!;il>tist Ladies Meet April 4 — Tin. 1 ladies of the Baptist church will meet in the church parlors Thursday afternoon, April 4. Hostesses are Mesdames Hallard Sny- cler. D. Crial, K. Keith, Card, Ida Minl'ler, Homer, Pierce, Paul - On Hand Now Wood Water Tanks Steel Water Tanks Poultry Feeders and Waterers Hog Feeders and Walcrers Electric Pump Jacks DeLaval Cream Separators DeLaval Milking Machines F-M 4'ij h. p. Gas Engines Tractor Umbrellas Saw Blades Tractor Sweep Bakes Windrowers for 7 ft. Mowers Folding Harrow Drawbars Lime Spreaders Grain Blowers Hammermills and Belts Wagons and Boxes Fuel Storage Tanks Electric Welder Cradle Lifts for Elevators Used Farm Equipment Burr Mills. Box. Scale. Hammermills. Wagon. Cream Separator. Mower. Wagon Pump Jacks. Tractor Tires and Tubes. Steel Wheels. Planters. Mowers. Fanning Mill. Tractor Chains. 2-sec. Spring Tooth Harrow. SERVICE SHOP Allis Chalmers GMC Trucks REPAIR PARTS SA^ES Oliver New Idea Massey-Harris DeLaval Dairy Equipment "Firestone" Tires "rraetolubc" Oil Phone 714 Bros. Algona, Iowa "Hydraulic Farm Hand" Stacker Loaders fc fc fc * K K * K fc fc fc K K fc fc' £ K Z, X fc fc fc fc fc fc fe 25 2! 85 K fc K K K * ZEND .CLOTHES FOR MEN AND BOYS , ALGONA. Your New Easter Hat Smartly Styled Lightweight Felt Hats Yes, indeed . . . one of these spic and span new lightweight felts makes you feel like a new man, even if you aren't in the new suit you want so badly. Come in and let us help you pick the hat that does the most for you —whether it's one of our new snap-brims or a bound edge. Both narrow and medium bands, and take it from us, these Stetsons with their narrow bands make mighty fine hats. In Gray, Brown, Blue or that late Ecru shade which is nice to wear with any suit. Heads win hearts in the Easter parade! CHAMP HATS PORTIS < HATS Priced At $7.50 $5 • 70 T/E//V MM STETSON HATS . $10 New Ties ^ One thing we have plenty of —that's TIES! They're all new,' many of them just unpacked a day or so HBO, and- they'll put added zest to any suit. Stripes, figures, plain . colors'— all types of weaves and materials. You'Jl actually eiu joy making your selection from these, UP BOYS SPRING SUITS in single and double breasted styles to fit the little Buys of 6 up to a strap^ pin? 18-year-old. Good sturdy fabrics that take wear. Smart blues and browns. to S 58,50 II BOYS SPORT COATS in the -patterns and colors that are going to get a big play from the young crowd. He'll wear one of these with any pair of trousers and look on the beam for school. Sizes 6 to IZ. Blue and brown mostly. in slip-over or stxfc, many t * t I I t t

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