The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1946 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 2, 1946
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iWf^fffK tfl AMES CAiPtIS Fenton; Bob Weisbrod took his* trailer house'to Ames, Tuesday, returning home the same day. His motheY^ Mrs, Elmer WSlstorod, accompanied him as faff as Klemttve, where she spent the day Visiting relatives. Bob left for AmeS, Wednesday, where helhas enrolled as a chemical engineering student at the Iowa State college. Mrs,. Bob Weis- tardd is a senior student nurse at; Methodist hospital in DCS Mdines. ' f .. - 1 . Evening Bridge Club the evening Bridge club met at;the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. W,- Ruske Tuesday evening. Mrs. CHaries Newel won high score prize for. the ladies and Charles NeSvel high for the men. This will be the last meeting Until fall. I - _____ SeWing Circle Meets The Dorcas Sewing Circle met Tuesday afternoon at the Mrs. R. W&tson home. At the close of the meeting, a delicious lurich cmtf a y^_ Funk Hay . ^imj- -**z Funk Plumbing and Heating Are Our Specialties! Phone 83 119 So. Dodge 1 John Diem iS,sSa m f% cMmji i&rViktBy the "$66" Gflfd Club ; The 600 "card club met' at the home 6f Mrs. Art Mueller Tuesday evflnlng. Mrs. Effrl Dean won travel prize, with high scoring honors going to Mrs, George Jorgenson, Mrs. Mary. Hansen won the low score prize.', ..;•; Legion-Auxiliary Party « The American Legion and Auxiliary members held their social meeting in the Legion rooms Monday evening. This is a regular monthly affair held of the Legion members, their wives and the members of the Auxiliary. Five tables of 55 Were played .with high prize for the women going to Mrs. Jacobs and for the men to Kenneth Halverson. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and John Bailey. Lunch was served by four members of the Legion, W. R. Wolfe, Roy Osborn, E. C. Fauerby and S. E. Straley. Mrs. Gus Haack and Mrs. Harry Alt snent Monday at Burt. Axel Peterson was a business caller in Algona Tuesday morn in*. ' Mrs. Carl Nelson is a patisnt at the General hospital in Algona. J. A. G. Smith spent Sunday in Armstrong at the C. I. Smith home. Mrs. Fred Boyken spent last weekend at the W. A. Horsman home. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Huskamp of Swea City were Fenton callers Friday. Mrs. Valerian Priebe spent the weekend in Minneapolis as the guest of Edna Eimers. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Gushing of Fairmont, Minn., spent Sunday at the Ivan Gushing home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Householder spent Sunday at the Russell Bates home iri Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerbj* and family spent Sunday in Al- trona with their daughter Phyllis. Mrs. Howard Rabey received word that her husband is in the States and expects to arrive home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and children of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parental Carl Kern and Weber Yager homes. Mr. and Mrs. John Verbugge and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Verbugge and children of Armstrong visited Sunday at the O. H. Stoeber home. Donald W. Jorgenson received his discharge from the United States Coast Guard in.San Fran- c.'isco March 23, and is expected home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf and Mrs. Howard King Jr. spent Sunday at the Howard King Sr. and the Oscar Campbell homes in, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz and son Mavnard of Fairmont, Minn., spent Sunday at the F. W. Jentz home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jentz called during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbwid .left Tuesday for Omaha, Ne1q.,,,io visit* their daughter Ethel^'Xyho -is employed in the Nebraska icity. Mrs. Robert Morgan and daughter Olive of Eagle Grove spent Tuesday at the" home of their daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Woods and family. :Mr. and Mrs. John .Gramenz and,Harold, Mrs. Holland Watson and children and Axel Peterson were Sunday, afternoon guests at the - Ray-Tietz home in Estherville. Ed Brace of Glenburn, N. D., is visiting with his niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley. *if ;i f|fwplSW '',tei'Vl '''rtftS'J"" ""*" hostess. Thcjlt&son was given by Mrs. Lloyd Larson and the devotions were led by Mrs. Elmer Hunt. Circle three met at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson, Mrs. Charles Nygaard as assist- £nt hostess. . Guests at this meeting . wore Mrs. O. S. Alexander, Mrs. William Ellis and Mrs. Christ Nygaard, all of Humboldt, Mrs. Luther Nygaard of Wesley and Mrs. Vcrnon Eggleston of Corwith. The lesson was given by Mrs. Ed Hof, Shown above at the extreme right is Roman Waledra, manager,of the Algona S. &. L. store, attending a 'banquet for store managers of the organization held recently in conjunction with the firm's convention, held at the Nicollet Hotel, Minneapolis, for four days. Representatives from six northwest stales were present, and company executives from the firm's eastern offices. mean unmsusiii-jaa/aiif' New Varcon Motor Oil Our Reg. Low Price 17%c ^OTOROU QUART-** t» In drum Jots Mr. Brace is on' his way home after spending the winter in Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Behnke visited Herman Madscn, manager of the lumber yard at Ring^ sted, who is a patient at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.' Floyd Duncan spent last Sunday at-, the Tom Trenary home in Burt visiting with their son, who is going to school there and with Mrs. Duncan's sister Mrs. Trenary. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Christiansen and family of'Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Madsen and daughter of Swea City were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Theesfield Monday evening. Mervin Hale, assistant at the Fenton Thompson lumber yards, is managing the Ringsted concern while its manager, Herman Madsen, is taking an enforced vacation at the Estherville hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad, Virgil and .Glenis, drove to Can- istola, S. D.. Tuesday, Where Virgil,and Glcnnis consulted a doctor. Virgil remained for further treatment but the rest returned the same day. Those from Fenton who at- tended.the miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Raich Smith (formerly Betty Marlow) of Lone Rock at the W. R. Smith home near Algona were Mrs. Herbert Wallace and Mrs.'Floyd Duncan. Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mru. Forrest Hanifan and daughter Barbara went to Swea City Wednesday to see the semi-pro baseball tournament. Mr. Hanifan played with the Swea City team which -•lefeated the Algona ,. team in their .— first , ganfe (; .Wednesday /n.^lllt^^L'i^BteafltejfiBfnp .spent last Week at-.•WeBSteTCity with his wife. ' . ' ! »' ' Mr. and Tvlrs. Anton Berkland and daughter of Hampden, N. D., arrived here Inst week for a visit with the B. G, Berkland family and other relatives in and around Fenton. They met their son Edward , and his wife of Langley Field, N. C.. here. Edward was a bombardier and was just recently released from the service. Anton Berkland has been at Hot Springs, Ark., taking treatments for his health until now. Methodist Circles At LuVerne Convene Lu Verne: The three circles of the Methodist W. S. C. S. .met Wednesday . afternoon' with a very good attendance at all.the meetings. Circle one met at the home of Mrs. Harry Lichty with Mrs. Grant Henderson as' assistant hostess. The; lesson was given by Mrs. John Voss Jr. and devotions were led by Mrs.''H.' E. Peitzke. . '.'.''. Circle two met-at. the .country home of Mrs. Fred Zweifel, Mrs. Earl Detemering ' as the assistant Plan Clean-Up Day At Ledyard Church Ledyard: The Woman's Suci- ety of Christian Service mot at the church Thursday afternoon With Mrs. Glenn Burrows as hostess. A Lenten program was presented by Mrs. E. A. Carpenter, Mrs. Henry Hardt, and Mrs. D. B. Mayer. It was decided to have cleanup day for the church grounds on Friday evening, April 5, also a cement walk will be put in. All men who can are asked to come as soon as possible to work and the ladies will serve a potluck supper in the basement. A bake sale was held following the program and $30 was cleared. The next meeting will be April 11 with Mrs. Albert Barnes as hostess. Navy Recruiter Here George M. Bryant, GMl-c USN, recruiter in charge of the Navy recruiting station, Mason City, will be in Algona the second and fourth .Tuesday of every month, in the postoffice building, to interview applicants for enlistment in the Navy. Many special inducements are being offered to those enlisting. Livermore Vet T«I1§ Of Europe Farming Livermore: The Humboldt township Farm Bureau met at the John Jensen home Monday evening with about 40 in attendance. Al Hagen, the new county extension director and a veteran of World War II, spoke on the importance of food conservation. "When you have seen box cars full of dead bodies," he said, "stacked like cordwood, who have starved to death, the subject would be more deeply impressed on your mind." ' The principal feature of the evening was an address by Frances Watts on the subject "Farming in Normandy." Frances, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Watts of Livermore, spent 16 months in the army ordnance department in the LeHavre sector. He landed on the Normandy beach just a month after the first troops had gone and established a beachhead. "Our troops hadn't gone far the first month and we could hear the guns roaring ahead of us," he said. Pvt. Daryle Bait A warded A Star United States Forces in. Atis- tria—Private First Class iJaryle W. Batt, son of Mrs. Buela Bait', Burt, Iowa, has been awarded the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious achievement in action. The award was announced by the 222nd infantry Regiment of the famous 42d "Rainbow" division. Private Batt is a veteran of front-line duty. He participated in the Rainbow Division's 450: mile drive from the Hardt Mountains on France, • through the Siegfried Line to the Rhineland, through Frariconia and Bavaria and the- major cities of Schweinfurt, Wurzburg, Furth, Dachau, and Munich. He has been awarded the Combat In-' fantryman Badge, also. Before entering the army in August, 1944, PrWlB' student at : Ateofitt>K He graduated* in Jfos. 1944; ' Ha : .wa 42nd • Division, in at EihVille, France. L O.HEIUMAN HO. CO.. lACHOttl, WIS. Vet Has Neck Cyst Seneca: Alvin Olson spent last week Thursday at Sioux City, where he received medical treatment for a cyst on his neck. He spent the night at Blair, Neb., with one of his war "bud- SIPE NON WASTE HOG OILER $15.OO • —-•-•-• 21 la, tone, 17 tn. Mfth. P.O.B. K.C. ~ *- "ELPSI --'- Cargill Feeds The chick season has just started. 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