The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 30, 1946
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Igona Upper Des Moines Second Section Apr, 30,1946 lighlights Costume of Centennial Tea, Party Held at Burt i IHien the Burt-Woman's Club celebrated'its 45th birthday, April e'above group of -yoUng ladies acled as hostesses and furnished ._ entertainment during the alternoon tea and program. They are, |o' right, .Luge^a Riedel, Margaret Officer. Joyce Ryerson, Marlene 'hmeLand Stella Jtac'hut." The girls are dressed iri costumes,of-by.,: dBy&tn^prqpriajj&ta the Iowa 'centennial year. (Algona Upper P;Moines'.news'fotb".)J '.''..-'. Sill mm Shown above 'ste vff'o ofthe oldest members: in -point of year;, membership of thejBUrt Woman's Club. They are Mrs. H. O. Buell aii'd Mrs.;Jv,G.:i*Xyogel, each an appropriate centennial tea erisemblei ; Mrs-..Buell;Is a charter member, and with Mrs. Al Staehle they are 'the only ones now holding membership. Mrs. Staehle was unable to attend Htoe function in the Burt school gym due to family ill- nfces'. Mrs. Buell and.Mrs.-Vogel presided at the tea table during the .(afternoon: (Algbha..Upper Des Moines new-sloto/. LONE ROCK LADIES SENDING CLOTHES TO NORWAY FOLKS Lone Rock; The Idle Hour club met at the home of Mrs. Walter Thompson . with Mrs. Dave Weber assisting hostess. The roll call was answered by ten. members, Mrs. Albert Shaser, Mrs.' Reinhold Person, Mrs. Sam McCleish, Mrs. Lillie Thompson and Neva, Mrs. Warren Thompson and Grace Angus were guests. The club was glad to welcome Grace Angus as a member again. The club has mailed one parcel to a family in Norway and will continue sending more as clothing is received. The entertainment \vas in charge of Mrs. Dave Weber and Mrs. Harry Hobson. Prizes were won by Mrs. Edw, Hoppe, Mrs. Reinhold Person, Mrs. James Cody and Neva Thompson. The next meeting will bb held on May 23 at the home of Mrs. Melvin Faber and Mrs. Lee Person, assisting hostess. Bring all your picnic suggestions for - roll call. * ' ' Hostess to Cub Scouts Mrs. Merwin Marlow was hostess for her son, Merrill, in honor of his 12th birthday, and invited the Cub Scouts " down Thursday after school. Those Scouts attending were Max Flaig, Dennis Priebe, Dennis Flaig, Don Jensen, Dick Jensen, Cletus Quinn, Don Marlow, Clifford Bohrends, .Joe Householder, and their Cub mother, Mrs. J. F. Quinn. Also, present were Mrs. Ornie Behrends, Mrs: Hugh Marlow (grandmother), and' Mrs. Wm. Marlow and Mrs.. Andrew Thomson. The time was Spent in playing baseball and a lunch was served and enjoyed by all. Entertains S. S. Class Mrs. Lawrence Ncwbrough entertained her Sunday school class last Saturday afternoon at a little party. Thdse f "mcmbers present were: Don Jensen, Charles Householder, Marland Jorgenson, Gene Blanchard, Fritz Ncw- brough, Dolores Marlow, Roger Long, Vorda Boll,Behrends, Joan Flaig, Joan Zwiefel, Virginia Rath, Betty Shascr, and Delilah Marlow, A quiz was given over the material they have had in Sunday school and both Delprcs Marlow and Joan Flaig received 100%. GanScs were also played and lunch was served by the hostess. ''•'•".,' : . Mrs. H. A. Holmgren attended the.... Reb.cjc.ah ...lodge -Tuesday 'evening f at 'Algojna.,-...,. - i Mrs. Herman, .Luedtke left or Rochester, .•Minn;; where she plans to go'through the clinic. , Mr. and Mrs. Barren Thompson arrived home*.-a week ago Thursday 1 after honeymooning in West Virginia. . Shown 'here i^'Mrf-'.JV D, Andrews, 81, at a spinning wheel brohght toKc*suth countyiVlvyesrs ago by .her mother, from Norway, Mrs. Andrews has-use4 the wheeHp the past and says it is still in fine shape. It was among the* many interesting centennial exhibits at the tea. Mrs. Andrews.jn^es her home.wjth tier on, Dean, between Burt and Algona '"" % '•"''''' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Verne Hoppe ahd Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt spent Wednesday evening at the Arnold Schmidt home. P. M. Christenson and Rev* L. Kingma spent Wednesday ahd Thursday attending the Presby^ tery meeting at Boone. .'' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean,01 Fen ton were Wednesday evening supper guests at the home of Mr7 and Mrs. W. C. Heiter. ' Earl Earing left Thursday: evening for Santa Maria, Calif.,| his home, after a visit with Mrs.' Evelyn Earing and other rela^. lives. I Mrs. Edw. Hoppe and Roger* spent We'dnesday evening visit-| ing Mrs. Selma Hammerstront and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ham-! merstrom. i Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Prisbe M. Men'itt of Algona to attend' went to Minneapolis, Minn., Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. L. : the sport show. Miss Velma Gregorson and Miss Jean Bates are expected home from Washington, D. C., soon. They have been working for the F. B. I. there. Mrs, Lillie Thompson and Neva spent Wednesday at Algona visiting Mr. ahd Mrs. Robert Donovan, who recently returned from California, Mrs. Lorenz Guitzenauer's mother, Mrs. C. J. Stauder of Bancroft, is now in Iowa City taking preliminary preparations for a very serious operation. Mvs. Claude Sigsbee and Mrs. . . ,.- - t. •' I ^^ I *'' 'fior>nair tliai i' oaten ' MO PART SHAMPOO - OCQ'C . Modart Fluff Shampoo reconditions as it cleanses—leavea tair soft and alluring.' Tlnr euperaclive creani is equally effective in Lard or soft water •ni requires no special.after- rinse. For lovelier tiair—ask lor Mozart Fltiff 1 Gordon Sigsbeo of Burl, Mrs. Ray Biersleclt, Mrs. Calvin Householder nnd Ruth Ellen spent Wednesday at Mason City. Catherine Mae Householder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder, arrived homo Thursday evening from Glendale, Calif., to spend some time. Mrs. John Behrends, Mrs. Geo. Nyman and Mrs. John Nyman spent Tuesday afternoon attending the Achievement Day program at th.e Farm Bureau meeting at Burt, Mrs. Calvljn Householder, Mrs. Ray Bierstedt, and the letter's mother Mi's. Claude Sigsbee of Burt, spent Thursday visiting Mrs, Bierstedt's grandmother, Mrs. Kate Dittmer of Algona. Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained Mrs. Don Houck, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Roy Jense, Mrs. E. M. Jensen, h Mrs. A. L. Cotton, Mrs. A. E...' Jorgenson, Mrs. Harry .Montgomery, Mrs. Art Pricbc, Mrs. Paul H. DeLong, and Mrs. Robert Gladstone at a birthday party Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Don Houck's birthday. Tnraa llngtring fragrancei: Gardenia, App/a Blossom, Pint Lusby & Giossi FINE TOILETRIES * Selections from our "Strictly 1 Masculine" Fine Toiletries for Men — essential,, practical, much appreciated personal - use items. .;' W AFTER SHAVE LOTION i$1.00 The lotion with the tangy, invigorating "Northwoods 'Fragrance" that appeals 'to men. BALANCED TALCUM $1.00 . sopjjjijng^lcurn-- aydilable in 4 aistinctively masculine shades to suit individual preferences. Lusby & Giossi MODART SHAMPOO . . . for hair thai women envy ana men admire r to tKe gentle car^ of T^is sm^siflg new cjre*ii» eou4itioug «> it .'.. to duilf lifcl*ii even o ' ^ |t ( yel; esipy te more for Diamond Solitaires Flawless stones mounted in yellow gold. up Fed. Tax Included Cameo Brooch Genuine hand. carved cameo. Solid gold filigree. S22 50 • ''**'' ' 5' ; (Pl ' l '-'"m*if%*'' "' • Ladles' Set Ring s \ Beautiful stones, exquisite .workmanship. '7 50 Richelieu and Deltah Pearls $12°° up Lapel Lockets Attractive gold filled phis to wear on suits. Wedding Ensemble Wedding pair — diamond engagement ring and diamond wedding ring. $95 up , Fed. Tax Included Lockets Gold filled or sterling. $500 up Matching Lapel Pin arid Ear Rikigs Gold filled. Choice of semi precious emeralds, topaz, sapphires, rubies, zercohs and pearls. up Bosca Built Billfolds Genuine stcerhidc leather in several different styles. $450 up Cross and Chain $460 Diamond Ring Single large diamond witk two smaller ones in a handsome gold setting. up Fed. Tax Included Rosaries Birthstone, silver and genuine jet. sgw up Evans 'and Elgin American Compacts . filled. , are joy Ear Rings Many, new and unusual designs. Silver, gold and with sets. up Lapel Pins . Beautiful creations, some set with scml '-t'i-'l Bracelets ou Djumonds Attractive crcfltions, with semi precious stones. |1>

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