The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1946 · Page 9
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iv • •;;X'" •-...' "' ,-'• • ' '•*•-.'.' .' "'''.:.'"•• • . t ", •, ,•' ' : •• ".. ". .••.'<-• • - r - •, Algona Upper Des Moines Second Section Apr, 2, 194$ to'. Of fir Class Play Friday, Apidl 5 I: Wesley: The Senior class play "Flat, Aires," a farce comedy.wiil be presented Friday evening, April 5 in the auditorium. Characters are Maggie Sullivan, Berttadlne» Johnson; Dan Mahoney, Avery Mullin; Rbse Matthews, Patty Erdman; Gep. Matthews', Duane Studer ', Mikb Delaney, Arvin Larson; Dr. Peter CrUrnp, Burreli Lease: Matilda Crump, . Bernide JonnSoh; Capt; Jack Smith, Jerry, Lickteig; Agnes' Flint, Anna Mae Hirner. ' Between acts a pant6mime, "Ouch, My Income Tax," With Jack Harisen, Billy Goetz, Donovan Studer and Dale -Dornfeier will be presented. Return Prom Kansas Mrs. Ralph Jarvis and son Stanley returned home Sunday evening from a 10-day visit at !. the home of her hllsbattd's parents at Columbus, Kans. Ralph, who is in the army camp at Fort Leonard Wood, spent some, time at his parental home also. The young Jarvis baby was cared for by the ' maternal, grandparents, the Alf Studers. Mrs. Mary Bradfield entertained the Stitch and Chat Circle Thursday evening. The W..S..C. S. of the Methodist church served dinner to' the Lions club Thursday in the church basement. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen of Livermore visited at the Ed Loebig home last week. Mr. Jensen is a brother of Mrs. Loebig. Gloria Ann and Bobby Joe Kelch of Estherville spent last week at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Viola Studer. Mrs. Carl G. Anderson of Ames and Mr$. L, R. Melcher of Garner visited their sister Mrs. Mary Bradfield several 'days last week. Mrs. Ed Hildman and Matt drove to St. Paul Friday after- noon, where they visited the Delmar Pomttierenings and the Herman Lyons. They returned Sunday. Mrs. Lou Goetz and Mrs, Leo Hanig went to Fort Dodge Saturday morning to be with their mother, Mrs. Isadore Mayer, of St. Benedict, who underwent surgery at the Mercy hospital. Jimmy, young son of Dn and Mrs. H. H. Raney, spent several days last week at his paternal grandparents' home in Algona. The Algona folks had lately returned from California, Where they spent the winter months. RICHARD SMffHOF BURT NOW HOME Burt:, Richard Smith, youngest son of Mr, and Mrs. K. J. Smith, arrived home Thursday, having received his . discharge from the army. He recently landed in this country after 18 months overseas, recently having been located at Lanshut, Germany. He had been in the service more than two years. His brother Kirby J. is attending school in England. , Wesleyans Move io Burl The Fred Gebkins, formerly of near Wesley, moved last week into the house in which Mrs. Anna Reimers and family have been living. They bought the house some months ago. Mrs. Reimers and family have moved into rooms in the hotel. Jean Scott's Birthday— In honor of Jean' Scott's 14th birthday the following relatives were dinner guests Sunday evening at the Lewis Scott home: Mr. and Mrs. John Long Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Long and three ^*fa SWEATERS By McGregor And Lamb Knit The . - . Handsome rib.knit, all wool slip over. Long sleeves. Color selection. $6.95 Clothiers C[y|T I? ^^^Hj^r ^M l^^l ^^9M^V ^^fci^^W ^ Two Hancock County School Houses Tuesday, April 16 T\vo rural school hous.es will be offered at public sale, In Magor Township, Hancock County, Tuesday, April 16, beginning at 1:30 p, m. at District No, 14 ml, East and 3 mi. South of Cor-, with, I ml, North of Denbart. Frame, bldsr, 32x30 ft. ^ylth hall 69(30 ft. additional, shjimle roof, concrete foundation, p^il ID belfrey, circulating? heater siove, teacher's desk and phair, school desks, piano, wall clo9k, books, pictures and many other articles. Electric lighted, iie acre pf land on which ..H)te; <>fMV\ : As soon as tWs sale is done the auctioneer wJU po to Oistrjct No. 9 5 mjjes south of CPOVUb, about 2:30 p, m- • • •;. • Two , yoiofa, ' This l?W«r, Is ' «„ sWnfle roof, tile block shers 4w*, »^4 Chairs, books, table, wa|l J ^|;|*^piQ^ii^* ;i ^ ; f ;^:^p^1^!^w!|'5|ii|| : *•- W^KM^mA^Mmmmja^ao^.i^ma^ :'-:-,'-fMm daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lotig and daughtef Harriet; Mf. aftd Mrs. Howafd Long and son David," and Mf. and Mfs. Harold Long. The Charles Scotts were dinner guests Tuesday evening at the» Lewis Scott home. Elizabeth Thompson spent the weekend at Ames. The Fotmighfly club met Tri- day afternoon with Mrs. J. L. Miller. The Busy Bee club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Walter Weisbrod. The Birthday Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Joe Zanke. Mrs. Bertha Wallace was a dinner guest at the James Ollom home Friday. The Portland Service club met Thursday afternoon at the Donald Ringsdorf home. Mrs. Krvin Ulses is entertaining the U and I Circle Tuesday afternoon of this week. Clint Waltman left Jast week Monday for Denver, Colo., Where he is employed. He drove a new car back. A group of neighbors gathered at the Merril Bacon home a week ago Monday evening for a charivari party.. : . The Burt town team beat Fairmont, Minn;, :by a'48 to 60 score Thursday night in! a:'tournament game at Swca City. Mrs. : L. W. Gillespie and daughter Marlene, Algona, spent Friday at the-'home of her sister Mrs. George Manus. " The Mariners' club met Thursday evening in the Presbyterian church parlors.' Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus were hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Headley of Irvington and Mrs. Hattie Bur- Imgame, Algona, visited Mrs. Dora Armstrong last Tuesday. Mrs. M. M, Chipman, Dolliver, spent Tuesday night at the W. W. Boettcher home. B. O. Chipntfln took her back Wednesday aftSrt noon. .'"'''. ":''••,'.'•:':'' Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle and ''&<$'<. Patterson recently receiv'ed mi|d» als for having served two- yefiri or more on the Selective Service board. ' " '. ', • ,' • Mrs. Jennie Thompson of . fornia called on Mrs. Belle nolds Wednesday. The two friends many years ago it rie Center. • Kossuth Chapter No. 201 O. E. S. will meet Tuesday evening, April 9. After the meeting 'the Masons and their wives will',be entertained. . ' Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Thompson and family, Mrs, H. E, Rachut and daughters, also the! Btii-t teachers, attended the conyentlpn being held there. .. .', .'•"'.' , The Paul Moorcs received .word recently that their grandson William D. Moore, Cedar Rapids, had returned to this country after overseas duty. Mr. and Mrs. Ared White, Mason City, spent last Tuesday with Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Geesman, and her brothers and'Sisters here. •. 1 Mr. and Mrs W. J. Lockwood went to. Codar Foils Friday, to spend, u few days at the home of Mr. Lockwopd's brother Floyd, whose wife.is vovy sick. '• .',• Mr. and Mrs. J. L.Miller took the Laurence • Millers back to Ames last. Tuesday. They /had spent a short vacation here. Laurence is'a student at Iowa'-State college. '..'-.'• •';•' • • Funei'al services were held. : at the Methodist church Friday afternoon for Mrs. Sarah Thomp- sbn, Clever, Mo. Mrs. Thompson lived near Lone Rock -"many years'ago. '•'"•.'.' Mrs. Ronald Elyige and, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson went .to Waterloo Saturday, Mrs. Elvidge to visit her husband,* and ; the Petersons at , the horfie at iheif daughter M«. Cla«n*e Larsen, , Mrs. Williartl jffinlllton, Wap- ,cllo, came Wednesdaiy. for a few ;j3ays* visit at the home of her son Robert. Sh'e came with her sister, Mr; Abe' Durret,: Burlington, who .visited' he.'-: sister, Mis. 'Chris Boln. ' • . . . Burt 4-tt ciU.b. will meet .. Thursday evening, April 4, with Gary SChehffe Roll call will be "My Favorite Breed of Faim An- fanals." Crary .Schcinck will have "4 talk on "My ; Part in Keeping 1he Peace;'', ' ' ' , . ' The faculty 61 the. Burt school .« ntertainefl :'th«? members of the school board and their wives at i dinner; .at the Marvin hotel ' 'uesday etfenlngi . Movies were Shown at --the' schollho'use follow- fng the diftlier. ! Mrs. Ledniard . Warne'r and baby left 'Thursday to join her Husband,' 'Stationed at Camp •Sommerville, N. • . V. They have .nented .an . .apartment near, the tiamp. The Geesman sisters have rented the room's Mrs. Warner Was occupying. ; Th6 Young, Married Farmer group met ' at 'the Methodist church parlors . last Wednesday evening for. a dinner, which was served by members of the W. S. G. S,' A discussion', period and social hour followed the dinner. Aboui. 50 attended. . .Mn and Mrs. G. J, F. 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