The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 9, 1946
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If AGE SIX. ..ALdd^Ml^^i^ Herman Uers of Bancroft Golden Wedding On April 7 Lnkotn: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kahlcr celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a family dinner at their home in Bancroft and open house in the afternoon of April 7. Mrs. Kahl- cr wns formerly Annie Wclhous- en and they have four sons and one daughter, Mrs. Leo Goche. The sons are Rny Kahlcr, Lakota, Glen at Buffalo Center, Alsa at Burl, and Herman Kahl- cr Jr. of Bancroft. Among dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Harkness of Yorkville, 111, Mr. and Mrs. Garrelt Wel- houscn, George Welhousen, Lakota, and other relatives from Victor and Marcngo, la. Mrs. HarkneSs is Mrs. Kahler's sister Zena and Garrett and George are her brothers. At U. S. W. Meeting Mrs. Jerry Heetland accompanied Mesdames John Anderson, William Krum, Melvin Krum and Hugo Fagerlund of Swca City to Webster City last week Tuesday, where they attended the Sixth District convention of the United Service Women with the district chairman, Mrs. Chris Jasperson of Rockwell City in charge. State President Mrs. Marie Sligi/rs and Lloyd Carr were the main speakers. Election of district officers was held and plans were discussed for the stale meeting to be held at Des Moines May 1C and 17. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swalvc spent last week Thursday on business in St. Paul. Mesdames C. C. Ger/ema and Mary Zoller spent last week Fri- day'visiting friends in B-icelyn, Minn. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laabs and last week Sunday visitors at the J. H. Furst's. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Koppen and Doris Paulson, all of Ellendale, Minn., visited Sunday with the Orville Koppens. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hertzke at the Fairmont hospital, Friday, March 29. They have two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Casler of Deltu. la., were calling on friends here Saturday. Mr. Casler is a former teacher in the Lakota school. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Darg of near Manly spent last week Sunday visiting the Otto Koppens and attended the Methodist church service. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wirtjes and two daughters and Mr. Wirtjes 1 sister, Mary Wirtjes, left Colorado Springs last week Monday for a trip to Alhambra, Calif., for a visit with the Ray Wirtjos. The Henry Wirlje.s' sold their farm north of town last year and are visiting relatives at different places. George Roelfsema, navy veteran of the South Pacific, and a nephew of John Roelfsema north of town, spent several clays here last week while en route from Washington to his new station in Philadelphia, Penn., which city I is also his home town, to visit his I uncle and family. Last week I Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Roelf- sema 'and Mary Zoller, Lakota, and Mrs. John Ballon, Swea City, took George to Willmar, Minn., where they visited his sis- ler Mrs. Albert Hans and family. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! SEAT COVERS Mudc of material (he same as the duffle bajjs the boys carried in the service, so they're tough and can take a lot of wear. For most makes and models. Per Fold Ins: Scat and Up , ^••K»BE»»BM»lllllll»»l"™nl ........ •• I mi — BUMP6R JACKS You'll find a good slock of this needed item at Kossuth Motor — good quality (hat will serve you well. If you need a bumper jack, see ours. $3.50 to $4.90 ea. M^H •BBI^HM BB! Hfg SSBC na CAR BATTERIES DELCO car batteries to fit any make. If you are experiencing' battery trouble, look into (bis value at Kossuth Motor this week. Let Us Check Your Present Battery Free of Charge ••BHHBraraOHHBHBBHB TRUCK TIR€S THESE SIZES: (500x20 ........ 8-ply 700x20... . 10-ply 750x20.. ..10-ply rayon 825x20 10-ply rayon 020 .......... 10-ply rayon Lighter Lite Miniature type drop cord w'th bulb attached that is mighty useful for emergency work at night, and handy to have along with you in the car, $2.10 each ^^^^^^^^^ KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY PRESIDENT HAS A VISIT FROM STORK Wesley: The American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening with Mrs. Mike Goetz as hostess. Mrs. Lester Lease, vice president, presided in the absence of Mrs. J. P. Studer, who wasiin the General hospital at AigonJt with a brnnd new baby boy. Mrs. Alfred Erdman reported proceeds from the bnke sale held recently were now $39.05 with several contributions from a few members still expected. Mrs. Joe Meurer, rehabilitation chairman, reported that 8 *& pounds of carpet rags had been torn, sewed and rolled at the carpet rag party, at the home of Mrs. J. P. Hauptman, Tuesday, March 26. Mrs. Hauptman served a very delicious lunch to the ladies that afternoon. Mrs. Meurer reported 30 pounds of carpet rags had lately been sent to the Veterans hospital at Knoxville. It was voted to send a pair of shoes to our adopted 10-year-old boy to whom had been sent about $12 worth of clothing last fall. The rehabilitation chairman was asked to get and send ten gifts to the Knoxville birthday party fund. Mrs. Meurer and Mrs. Halvor Flotn Jr., the latter unit secretary, reported on the Legion meeting held at LuVerne a few weeks ago. Mrs. Helen Johnson will serve at the next meeting Thursday, May 2. Visitors at Rickes Staff Sgl. Arnold Stufflick visited at the home of his sister Mrs. George Ricke last week. He received his discharge from the army March 21 after 18 months in the European war zone. His mother Mrs. Mary Stufflick, Forest City, spent several days last week at the Ricke home, and all attended the funeral of Mrs. Joe Harig at Algona. Mrs. Carl Johnson of Junction City, Kans., came for a' few days visit at her parental Mrs. Mary Stufflick home, and also attended the funeral. Lon Gouges Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gouge entertained at four tables of 500 Sunday evening of last week. Vincent Eiscnbacher and Mrs. i Norbert Hilbcrt won high score prizes and Clarence Nelson and Mrs. Lawrence Smith low score prizes. Mrs, Clarence Nelson received travel prize. i Allond Uncle's Funeral ' Mrs. Nick Weber and Margaret Jean went to Afton Monday of lust week to attend the funeral of an undo, James Fleming. They also visited relatives at Creston, returning home Tuesday night. Cheer Hospital Patient Mrs. Lou Goetz and Mrs. Leo Hnnig and other relatives have visited the two ladies' mother, Mrs. Isadoro Mayer in the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Mayer submitted to a major operation Saturday, March 30, and has suffered a heart ailment. Sunday, April 14, \vill bo membership day .-n the local Mcthp- dist chur;h. v .ew members will join the church at :i special ser' home. ' •"•• •"',' .'.'''• The Junior class of thfe F —school enjoyed a theater parly'.'at Algona Thursday flight. -Their sponsor Mrs. Chas. Mttllen ftc» companied them. .' ' The W. S. C. S. of the Metho< dlst church held its regular meet- Ing Wednesday afternoon at .the church. Hostesses were Mrs. Will Martinek, Mrs. Oliver Young, Mrs. John Weiland, Mrs. P. C. Haynes and Mrs. Ernest Hutctt- Thc V. F. W. will hold its regular monthly meeting ' in the Conservation, rooms Thursday evening. H. S. Montgomery Of Algona was guest speaker. Franklin Fox joined the organization, bringing their membership to 28. They meet the first Thursday of every month. NEED 15 STITCHES FOR LEDYARD M Ledyard: Paul Nitz was quite seriously cut on the face and head Thursday when the truck he was driving struck a soft spot in the road and was thrown into the ditch. Fifteen stitches were required to sew up the cuts on his head and face. Paul works with his brother-in-law Fred Munyer on the corn sheller and doing trucking. m^mmimimm^ Charles Bashara was-: an Estherville caller on .Wednesday. Mr. Bashara is still being, .treated for an eve infection but is much improved. •"' ,. Mrs. George Anderson 'and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Behrendt left Thursday for their homes in Chi- IN SEXTON AREA Sexton: Spring must be in full swing as most fdrttioM arjft through seeding oats, small chicks are 6n the way to table size, rugs, curtains, mattresses and bedding are all out in the wonderful, spring air t and house* wives are busy scrubbing, painting and papering, families existing as best they can, Spring is here, Some gardeners • have been busy in their gardens. Frank Schnebly of Montana visited last_week with his niece and family, the Lee Kileys,-north of town.' . Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders and Mary Morris were Thursday visitors at Tltonka at the John Pink home. Mrs. Dennis Goeders and Billy and Mary Beth were Thursday afternoon visitors at the home of Miss Roadinger. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cink were Thursday evening visitors at the home of their son Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cink and family. : Choir practice was held at the home of Mrs. Everett Steven Friday evening for the Easter choir. Mrs. August Kirschbaum and Mrs. Richard Carman went to Mason City Friday by bus. They visited with Mrs. 1 Aloysius Kirschbaum of Crystal Lake/who is a patient at the Mercy hospital cago after visiting Gust Anderson home. the Mrs. rusv /\nutnauu MUUIC. ,.•Mary Ann Haag J represented Lcdyard in the spelling' Contest at Algona last week Satilrday. Rev. Frank Cass of Fayelte visited his son Edward Cass and wife on Tuesday. . Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer and Deanna went to Radcliffe on Wednesday to attend the funeral of an aunt Mrs. Minnie Snyder'. Before returning they took Mrs. L. W. Wiemcr on to Ames to visit her brother John J. Till- moncy, who has been ill. Dan Lynch has been very sick the past two weeks and under a doctor's care. Mrs. Aeilt Troff was in St. Paul last Thursday and Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel vis- ,tcd relatives in Fort Dodge from Saturday to Monday oi last week. The C. E. B. club mej at the home of Mrs.. Hattic Sprank Thursday evening The evening was spent visiting and lunch was served. Mrs. Pete Troff and Mrs. Aeilt Trof were Algona callers Monday. , • , o'i Mr. and Mrs. George Thorog- son called on the Rev. Harvey Nelson family while on their way to Sioux City last weekend. Rev. Nelson was pastor here eight years ago. . Billy Koppen, who attends Drake university at. Des Moines, spent the weekend here at his parental Lawrence Koppen Scho'ol Musicians Ii> Projgfkm At LuVerne Lu' Verne: The annual pre- stato music concert under the direction of Miss Stephanie'Cowl- ing, music instructor in the high school, was.held Tuesday evening in the gymnasium. The following program was given: "E Pluribus Unum March," "Trau- scenderice Overture," "Tea for Two," and "Midnight Sun Overture," by' the band, "The Spirit Flower," tenor solo by Maynard Henderson, "The Three Trump- eteers," cornet trio by Sally Shirk, Barbara Meyer and Earl Gronbach, "Mignon," clarinet solo by James Phillips, "Song of Ihe Orchid" and Torch Dance," saxophone quarte, Dick Steussy, Norma Stripling, Barrcll Mocd- ing and Nadine Wittenburg, "Scherze," flute solo by Phyllis Swanson. Bode Man Observes ,, His 91st Birthday Bode: Olc IvI. Olson was a rather privileged character Thursday afternoon, March 28, when he celebrated his 91st birthday at the home of his son Rudolph. Open house was the order of the day and many relatives and friends called to see him. Wesley Banker Is Back From Vacation Wesley: Guy M. Butts arrived home Friday afternoon from a four weeks stay in Texas and other southern points. He was called home due to the death of his aunt Mrs. Bascon Tryon and arrived here just, in time to atr tend the funeral services. His sister, Mrs. Grace Helm, and a cousin Cal Willford of Willis, Tex., came with Mr.'Butts and will spend several days here. Lakota Presbyterians Re-elect Officers , --Lakota: The Presbyterians held their annual congregational meeting'at the church last week Tuesday evening. I. E. Wortman was re-elected elder and Andrew Jensen and C. J. Rippcntrop were reelected trustees and Ahrend Swalvc and Algin Rippentrop were elected trustees. A social hour and lunch followed the business. - • CHEVROLET DEALERS " AitIG <J6 NO- POUGE, ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE) SKELLY GASOLINE Yes Sir! Already that good, new Skeily High-Octane Gasoline has given new zip, power and pep to thousands of old cars. 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