The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1946 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 30, 1946
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4-H Boys Met At Peter Erpeldings A 4-H club meeting was held April 22 at the Peter Erpelding home with 1.2 members and one visitor present. Talks were given 'by Jerald Brown and Harold Bode. One talk was on the purposes of inoculation, the other on the .duties of a club officer. Discussion, led by Wayne Barr, followed. A. :L. Brown, county agent, had samples 'of seeds which were identified by 'the members. Buy Wesley Garage Charles Devine and Don Lich- teig have purchased .the East End Garage at .Wesley, from .Delbert Benton, and take possession May 1 They will also operate the filling station there. Devine has been working at the Kent Motor Garage and Lickteig the Algona Produce. Both are war voter- Men's Service Watches Shockproof, waterproof, dustproof. Radiolite dials. Stainless steel. $24.75 Men's Dress Watches 14k solid gold case. Stainless steel back. $39.75 Ladies' Wrist Watches 14k solid gold case. $39.75 up Bill Folds Your choice of genuine leather billfolds. Domestic and imported leathers. $2 to $16.75 DiEAN'S Walthet League | The Walther League of the Trinity Lutheran church entertained at a welcoming party Friday evening for the following new members: Gloria Faulstick, Iris Lie, LaVonne Hanselmann, Donna Gronbach, Carol Lou, LaVonne Hagg, George Meyer, Norman Gade and Bernadmo Boch- Icau. Episcopal Guild— The Guild of the Episcopalian church meets Thursday after- soon, May 2, with Mrs. Howard Long. Baptist Ladies Meet— The Indies of the Baptist church will meet in the church arlors Thursday afternoon, May with the new officers for t.\o oming church year as hoFte-sscs. 'hey are Mesdames Charles Icaper, Henry Furst, Wheelock, and Karl Willasson. 'he meeting isjil 2:30. Methodist Wesleyan Guilf! The Wesleyan GuilJ of the- Methodist church meets Monday •-ir ;> 6:30 dinner. Cirsl? A will erve. Mrs. R. A. Davidson is chairman and will be assisted by Mrs F. L. Tribon. The program committee'is Christine McCullough, Flora Tiss, Bernitas Lynk and Mildred Bower. Plum Creek Woman's Club— The Plum Creek Woman's club will hold its annual Guest day luncheon at the Congregationa church, Monday, May 8 at o'clock. The V. F. W. women arc serving. Club members are to make reservations, with Elsie Willrett by May 4. Bobbie Pratt Celebrates Birthday In honor or iier son Bobbie' first birthday last Monday Mr: Merle Pratt entertained the fol lowing guests: the maternal an paternal grandmothers, Mrs. Mil ton Dahl and Mrs. Clara Plat respectively, Mrs. Harlan Sigsbe and son Bill, Mrs. R. B. Walle and children Pamela, Denny ana Tommy, Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and Jimmy and Dicky, and Mrs. Craig Vinson and Tommy. Presbytetia« Cfceies—. -. The Circles of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday, May 2, as follows: Circle A, Mrs. Halibert Long; Circle B, Mrs, Clara Pratt; Circle C, Mrs. S. D. Witson; Circle D, Mrs. A. W. Arrilln- son. Methodist Group LunfJheon-^ The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church meets Thursday, May 2 for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Howard Platt's division will serve. Devotions will he given by Mrs. W. A. Vigars and the program will be a play, "Lola Lamber's Luncheon," an original piny written by Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and presented by the ladie- of the church. iiiMMi foiiM|iii Remodeling >.oi on6 .Algbfla jhufch, and talk,of : new construe.*, tlon to replace .another, added lo the .general building program centering in. Algona, this-week. .The Methodist church here Is to be remodeled and modern zed. as soon as labor -and materials are Trinity Lutheran Meeting— The ladies of the Trinity Lu- heran church will meet Thursay afteimoon, May 2, in the hurch parlors. Mrs. Luther ^oesch and Mrs. Herman Maahs vill be hostesses, and the pro- ram will be given by Mrs. Robrt Liesner and Mrs. William Otto. . I I CHECK THE SEEDS YOU NEED! r-1 Gold«n Btnttm J—I WhIU I Com QH- LtttttM . Wt «r« proud to o«Nr mow com- pkt« itecki o» «very flaid«nln9 M*d. f lowtr, v«a«t»bl« and Uwn ».ed, p»ck»9«<l »»<• ln bulk; •"• d«n tool», f«rrlli»eri, Inxctlcldti. A "flM-»top" garden*?'! supply k*«M. ' D D"" P*a< LJ Broccoli ..' D Bttftttaki TomatoM D PonderoU Tomaton aSummtr Squath Beam D" 01 * B«»ni a Wat*r. m«lon a Cantc- loupe D WMt R«ani 3-PIECE GARDEN SET A v»«ll-m»<l« M or hand garda looli. Ntetiur ,,, for every garden* Mr: * SPADING FORK T*mptr*d it**) HUM, oak Mndto. Extra-itrong at all point* of (train. "$&\\ i\ is its wi i F* TKe Rolls like a doll bug9Y • • • Keeps rug colors fresh ... Picks up dog hair* and lint in O jiffy . . . Easy to get out— «asy to pu» away; Converts instantly to cleaner *or uplM** etery.draperies.lampshades.andmorel Never before so much Hoover « so low a price. Come in for details on the tt«» Hoover Cleaner, Model tit. Algona RAKE OxMUtd ft««l . h*ad. Ralnrorcod »nd !)«•«• Dorcas Society— The "Dorcas" society of the 'irst Lutheran church meets Thursday afternoon, May 2,, in he church parlors. Mrs. L. E. Hovey and Mrs. E. B. Carlson nrc hostesses. Mrs. Wegener Has Bhrlhday— Mrs. Kate .Wegener celebrated her birthday last Tuesday with the' following as guests: Mesdames Anna Nelson, Oco. Spongberg, Anna Powell, Dora Laalis Minnie Jensen, Emory Behrends Laura Woito, Ida Zumach, anc Freda Steussy. The afternooi was spent, playing 500, at whicl Mrs. Behrends won the higl score prize and Mrs. Anna Ncl son won the low score prize. Mary Jane Hood is Three— Mrs. Gene Hood entertained a group of little folk last Saturday afternoon in honor of her daughter Mary Jane's third birthday. The guests were Troy Frasei^ Jo and Mary Margaret Bradley, Mary Seeley, Dickie Barry and Donna Mae'Frideres. During the afternoon pictures were taken of the youngsters. , Congregational Guild— The Congregational Guild meets Monday for a 6:30 dinner. Mrs. Eugene Murtagh is chairman of the serving committee. . Mary Amunspn In jj Cornell Song Festival ! Miss Mary Amunson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson of Algona, will sing with the Cornell Oratorio Society, Saturday afternoon, May 11, in its presentation as a part of the 48th Annual May Day festival at Cornell College, Mourjt Vernon, Iowa. This is the 44th consecutive .years of this musical festival, oldest west of the Mississippi. The young Algona singer js a junior at Cornell, and is also a member of the Women's Athletic Association and the Cornell Christian Association. Miles, Chapman Are Speakers At LuVerne LuVerne: The LuVerne Legion post, assisted by the LuVerne Commercial club, presented a program a week ago Monday evening in the high school gym, at which Frank Miles of Des Moines was a guest speaker, v •„„,,_ Three selections were offered by the LuVerne high band under the direction of Miss Stephanie Cowling, and Irving Chapman, technical sergeant of Buckley Field, Colorado, gave a talk. . Henry Meyer, Commercial Club president, acted as master of. ceremonies. Homes At Titonka Are Sold Recently Titonka: K. W. Swan has sold his home in Titonka to Joe Kline, and then purchased the Otto Falk home here. A. M. Peterson handled the deals. , Both properties are new and lodern homes. , ,,,«.. BC .,v=. -. building committee ot the church composed oC Rev. ; N. A. Price, C. R. Schoby,.R. R^HUt- iell, Milton N-ottpn, A. S. CrUik- «lmnk P. M. Collins, Mrs. K. R., HvUell and Mrs. Anton Didrlksen. will'supervise the project. C. R.; Schoby heads a committee on nr-, chltecliiral plans .which will-vMifc : other .churches^ for Ideas as to re- ; inbdeling. v Additional committee chairmen named were Glenn 'Roland, cpn- sU-Uclion; N. A. Price, publicity; L; D Preston, building fund; l»nd f T. C. Hutchison, legal. .... The Trinity .Lutheran congregation is also hoping to build sometime in the near Mure. . Rev. : J0 esch and his active congregation ave been working on preliminary deas, and plans, and also hope to e aWe to offer a definite program f action soon for construction of new edifice. At F. B. I. Meeting Attending the FBI meeting at Jpencer last Tliursday, .fronv this cpmmunity, were D. S. Hutchm- son, state highway patrolman, Sheriff Art J. Cogley, and Tim ,Mi* Alfred gent, '& the Skis wirvtett riate" delegate. 'Following ing file :bU« ft *& placed. 'M«, Mi's. August 0a*fflan,.;lpw ^core Mas, and MHS. JunrNcfete lucky chair Bel Canto Wankife4Suii*4ay In observance of national ,triu- sic week thie ;Sel Canto -Music cluto of Algona -will give, a.con* cert SUnday, May B, .at ,3!30 .m the afternoon in -the Congifega lional .church. ' , Ser r . , O'Brian of the city police force. SHOE REPAIR #t*jS • • 3fcG We will fix .them •for-small cost. Our New Location: Behind Kent Motors ^rfSOp&M' < fM^^^Wi|j?fc^:. ' «ft h*Mt it* tdflf. Nicely »h»P««1, rlnhhad himll*. 8ARDIH mm l. Y9W'U WWfl MY«ral pain. Your winter garments lor the summer until they are clean—moths thrive on soiled woolen clothing-. Let us dry clean it before storing! Algona Laundry and Dry Gleaning HARDWARE Plume 21? We em HOME APPLIANCES (past Across the Street from Court House) Phone 520-W For Prompt Service On BOTTLED GAS 20 Years Experierice—No Red Tape- Just Crill Us For Absolutely Dependable Delivery. Bjustrom's Co. jp^ft' l^r s~) / <*>OW*Mf /&u»uca .., 1 \>j p.(\RA,J»AOUNT£ • , • -> IMsSUSIE , #i fMORE 9u*lA i THA T GLAMOROUS (JEWSTAfei' JOAN CAULFIELD . ^.t- . • ULLIAN GISH , BILUV Pt WOLFE RAY a C0LLlNS. Established 1925 Algona, Iowa Added, DikiePointers, House Tricks, News, • _,-'•••; ^ ' • ; • ; , ;...- ' Friday and Saturday, May 3-4 1C iinLoveJ E Yes! w* have d the original and unsurpassed 2-4D WEED KILLER , o, C.OP AN•>«»»««"SlASSWSjS h ndweed out of a tieia 01 "vv'""**,.± a i <2 Dr aved on pasture, n. .»*» We?done today. This . 2- Formula !ta Stock LAMOUR PATRIC KNOWIK . '•- * ••- •• • -• ^fe^.laurel'& : Harcly; '.'.' '! •'••<'. i'jjiV .T' '/ ../. . .' THE EIGHTH" •' , May 5-6 i, palls 0 IN If you Aeslre only o«« own coutalner. One gallon ^ mn** WO fftls. of bring .7PW-. m ; it .''4 0vK'''aK®fcfe; 'mi$m$S

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