The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1946 · Page 3
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,?ti£SDAY, APRIL 23,1040 -- COMMENT 3 ',* '4 (I "They won't be satisfied until we pipe it into the house 1" Their efforts may be amusing— l)«t you can't blalne the children for wanting to have Milk always cm tap, for it's otic of the good things that make up our American way of life. We choose, milk for Refreshment—so delicious, so Jn- Vlgqratiiig. We choose, milk for Nutrition—so'rich .in precious minerals and vitamins. We choose milk for Value—so economical, a real bargain in good health. Every day, children need a quart of milk —grown-ups at least a pint. See that your'family gets its full share of-Milk, Nature's best in food. H»J DAIRY INDUSTRY COMMISSION 'Perfection* OIL STOVES One and Two-Burner Ovens ' „ Galvanized GARBAGE CANS MOP WRINGERS l^!i^WMm^ie^Mi^Si§ KOHLHAAS Hardware I 10 East State Phone 463 ALGONA UPPER Pauline Zender Engaged-*- • Frank C. Zender of Algona announces the engagement of his daughter, ; Pauline Elizabeth, above, to Lt. (jg) James Bell Sevy of the U. S. Navy. Pauline is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, attended Clark College for Girls at Dubuque, andithe University of Iowa for a year. She then handled secretarial work at the Hughes Aircraft Co., Los Angeles, and early in 1D45 went into Red Cross Work. She is at present assistant field secretary at the Naval Personnel Separation center, Camp Shos- maker. Calif. Lt. Sevy is at present stationed on Guam. He is a son of Judge John. L. Sevy of Richfield, Utah. After his pending discharge from the Navy, he expects to finish law at Harvard University. No date has as yet been set for the wedding. Marian Roth 'is Five — Mrs. Harold Roth entertained a group of little folks and a few adults in honor of her daughter Marian's 5th birthday April 12. Guests were Janey Carney, Mildred and Margaret Willey, Becky and Janet Jergenson, Karen Haase, Donan and Dickey Besch and the honoree's sister Kathy, Mrs. Milton Dahl. Mrs. Clifford Haase, -Mrs. Ray Besch and Mrs. Chester Willey. Games were played after which refreshments were s^eryed. — o — Easter Dinner Hostess — Mrs. Clara Pratt was hostess, Sunday evening, at a dinner at her home with her sons and daughters • and their families as guests. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt, Mr. and, Mrs. Louis 1 .Hanson;. Mr. and ; Mrs. 'Harlan' Sigsbe'e.f arid Mri ; ^&$&$#?ty?.yr&ii^^<$ffe> '•E. '• T. • W. Cliib : Entertains-- ""'. . "'.-; Mrs. George Mahoney entertained the E, T. W. bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Meda Redfield won the- high score prize, Mrs. O. E. Hott won the second high score prize and the low score prize went to Mrs. Bert Cronan. v — o— Bel Canto Wednesday- — The Bel Canto club meets Wed- "nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at •the library. The following program will be given: American light opera-panel discussion, Claris Kresensky, leader, Zita Christensen and Paulette Bradley; illustrations, Ethel Loss, Netha Mathes. • Hostess to Sowing Glub— • Mrs. Murl Potter' entertained the 'members of her' sewing dub Tuesday aftemooh '(today); Knitting Club MeSt- ' Mrs. W. H. Brdndbw entertained 'her knitting club Tuesday'af- ternoon (today). i Charles Officer L64v*s— Supt. and Mrs. W.'B; Of fleer and family were DCs Mblrics visitors Wednesday. Charles Officer, .itoho had .expected to leave Wednesday secured an cxtensidn on his fto- lough Until Monday, when he returned to San Diego,. Calif. Visitor from Washington— •Mrs. Violet Walstori, Colville, Wash., came Wednesday fdf a visit with Burt relatives. She was' at the home of her niece Mrs. Tom' Tre.- nary for a few days last week. Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Fenton,, came Thursday evening for a day or two 1 at the Trenary home. Weekend at Burl—• • . Caroline Hasse, who teaches . at Allison spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hasse. . '.-..•' '"'•'• Good Friday Services.— The Presbyterian ; and Methodist churches united in .a Good'Friday service at the Presbyterian.ch'urcU that morning,.The Rev. A. G; .Hed* die delivered the sermOn. Evelyn Becker sang He Was Despised, and the choir sang the anihem, God : So Loved the World. . ' ' , ; . Mrs. Durwood Neitzel ;and children, Bancroft, were'Friday. <dinr ner guests at the Herman Neitzel home. ' • ".-.•••• : ^..., : KOINES, AidoNA IOWA SCUFFLE Presbyterian Council— : ''•.'"• The Presbyterian . Womcn.'s Council will meet Wednesday', May 1 in the church -parlors with Mrt. W. W. Boettcher, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, Mrs. Glee; Bullock, 1 Mrs. Gordon Giddings, Mfcs. R. W.,Rash, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and Mrs. >E. R. Woltz as hostesses. The Rev,; Ray K. Hill will give;a talk pn.Hbw'i to Worship. •- ... • Honor Returning Veteran . . A family dinner was held '-at the Christ P. Hansen home '{Easter Sunday in honor of Marine: Corporal Emil J. HanSeh, .who was recently discharged from the service. He has ibeeri overseas two years. Attending Wcrp Mr. and Mrs. Clarence" • Nielsen .and Robert of Lu Verne,' Mr. arid. Mrs.- Victor Radamaker : arid : Corinne of Kenselt, ' Mr. and Mrs; Otto C. Hansen, Algona, and .Frances Hudson and daughter. Sandrji of Iowa Falls. '.'•'" r.;y .'•',- " ,•-'••'"''..'' Delphians M«ej Today ' .Yy :'',:>;:,»*£.. . "of Mrs. D. •P.- ; Sriutl) Gilmiore arid Mrs: :1». G. will have charge of the which is on Korea. •.'.' .. -Baker' lesson ' Entertains Club — Mrs. Leig'hton Misbach entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. High score prize winner was Mrs. William Steele, second high score prize was won by Mrs. Craig Smith. Townsend Progranjv_ Tonight— The following program has been arranged for'.Tuesday, evening, April :23, at' ^Tp.whsend' Hall at 8 p. m,: Piano'!-'so}r>rr-I't- : MigHt as Well Be Spring/Mrs. Fj-ieda Willey; yocal-.solOT-^Mary Jpe'-Es- sbr; recitations-Joy 'of: Kaster, Mont Kruse; vocal ch6Kis —-Pat Glimpse, Donna St.-John, -Lcona 1 McMurray, Lois Johnson; -reading—Pagan Easter, Juhfe Hellter; tableau — .Guiding. little Foot- i steps, Janelle Johnson' and Lcona [McMurray; vocal dueti Mrs. Lou McMurray and Mrs. A. M. Anderson J poem—Easter , Bunny, Patty Dunn; tableau—He is Risen, Lcona McMurray,- Shirley Moe, Dona 'St. John, : a'nd Lois Johnson; piano solo—Little Tar- antclle", Donna St. John. , ,,: John Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Phillips, formerly of Algoni, where Mr, Phillips .was secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, is in the Iowa City hospital with a broken back. • This information was brought to Algona last week by Mrs. Max Miller, who returned Wednesday from Iowa City, where she had been undergoing treatment. She met Mr. and Mrs Phillips, who were at Iowa City visiting their soh. The couple said that John, who is a war veteran and was a German prisoner for a time, was scuffling with a friend, and in the wrestling process he fell. The severity of his injury was not realized for some hours. He will be in a cast for six months. After, his discharge, John entered the law school at the University of Iowa. JMerton Worster, 81, Rjtes Held Friday Funeral services for Merton E. Worster, 81, were held Friday afternoon at the McCullough Funeral Parlor, with Rev. John T. Clyde, Congregational pastor, officiating. Burial was in the Irv- infiton cemetery. Mr. Worster was son of a pioneer Kossuth family. His death occurred April 17 at his home here. Pallbearers were Sim Leigh, Ben Terhune, Hugh Raney, Bob Stewart, Hugh Post, and D. D. Paxson. Out-of-to.wn relatives here for the services were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dunn of West Bend, and Mrs. Beulah Hewitt, Ottosen. Rotarians Engage In Lively Topics Algona Rotarians enjoyed a lively open forum program, Monday noon, in which four topics were brought up for discussion. They were: ,. 1— What is the present status and possible near future development of a new hospital for this 'area? , 2 — What can and is being done for a planned recreation program in Algona during the summer? 3-^What is the status of the 1946 building situation? 4— How much industry does Algona desire? 'Speakers were Dr. Lee, Perry Collins, Allan Buchanan, Mart JVeaver and Russ Waller. Masonic Party, Livermore Livermore: . The Livermore Masons are planning a Welcome Hprne party/ for all returned vet- efajisirt this community. It is to '' evening,. April 29.' Mr. Frances Mullen, an, attorney from Fort Dqdge, has been secured as speaker and ,a very interesting program is being planned. •oa Ballroom Livermore , • April 25, Jimmy Capon A Young Spring tim i y/wk o your LK. Rubber i B. f! O o o d. i* i c Si Your baby loves his own comfy, cozy bed. W«|tch him gurgle with delight when you toss him in at night. See that little look of contentment as he settles down. For The Little Tots Bassinettes :' Strollers j^^.. .^^^^^'•,-^^j^ : '^ff:^^lff'''.y^K.-f : Buffalo Boosters At Harrison Home Titonka: The last meeting of the Buffalo Boosters 4-H club was held at the home of Frances Harrison. Mrs. Budlong, the leader however, was absent. The treasurer called the business meeting to order. A talk was given by Sharon Callies. The meeting was adjourned and games were played until lunch time. Several mem- <bers of our club also attended the ibanquet at Burt, along with our leader. Child Victim Of Sleeping Sickness Titonka: Titonka friends have received word from Mrs. O. P. Matthews, the former Ester Askin, who now lives at Demming, New Mexico, that Dennis, the 2- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthus Askin, died of sleeping sickness. Art's wife was a girl from the State of Washington whom he met while he was stationed there. Art has been gone from Titonka some five years, having entered the service .before we were in the war. 15 Years Wed, Fenton Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhr celebrated their 15th wedding aniversary, Sunday. In the evening they were visited by Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby, Mr. and Mrs. George Jorgenson, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Watson and Otto Witte. Lunch was served at midnight, Visits Student Nurse Portland: Mrs. Ray McWhorter wen tto Rochester, Thursday for •> visi -Invith student nurses Virginia and Mary Janice McWhorter at St. Mary's hospital. Upper De* NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 5453. April Terms, 1946. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of H. J. Rice, Deceased, dated May 6, 1938, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the Bth day of May, 194G, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court Hou?e in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all .persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show 'cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said .deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 18. 1946. . (SEAL);.... - . .HELEN : ,WKITE, , i"n<-.r• i ,i•.",.<Cle'rfc ofi*0istrict< Courti- ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. LINNAN & LYNCH, Attorneys, Algona, Iowa. 16 with outer drawstring, ' stitched for 3 swing to fullness. Fold it, roll it, it magically repleats, packs in just a corner of your $uilca?e. Rayon suiting. ; Deep-dyed gem tpries, classic additions $5.95. Sizes 12 to 1.8. // ;.••'..; Soft wools, soft shades, $7.95 . ; • . Pretty checks, browri-black, $6.95 m After-Easter Sale! CO ATS -»SUITS Ever-popular Shorties . . . Fitted Coats ... Bo* Coats . . . Regular Lengths .... Coats for Now and Through Next Fall! \ 3 CoatS Were $24.75 .......... ..N0W $21 15 CoatS Were $29.75 ....... .NOW $2A 9 CoatSWere $34.50 ........:1 1 2 CpatS Were $39.50 NpW ........ --••••- •• •••-.T ••;T""-" '' ............ • " 3 CpatS Were. $52,50. ^.--- CIII fCf IfUl 1 M , , , Ljght Suit You Want fo 1 1 SllitS Were $1930 Q :f|^j||^^» ^^St^'.'L'V^ m •

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