The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1946 · Page 7
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PV —— * ^ mmm ^r m^ •» ^0 GUEST DAY &tl6$eft! The CHtosert Pro- If6ssiv& 61ub met .Thursday, &t* tefn66h at thfe hoi«6 ' of Miss D6HS Shipley with nine me teeifs ahswerlng roll call. The •bUslflcss meeting was opened by saying the pledge of 'allegiance and with a song. It was voted to hold a guest day in place of the usual Mother's Day meeting. The guest day will be May 16 at the , Hermd ft, Kramer home and each member is to take a guest. Committees appointed weft> as follows:. Favors, Mrs. Clara Sol- befg, and Mrs. Fred Kampen, progrWhj Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mf& Morgan Hagen and Mrs. Knut ,0ppedahl, refreshments; Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirkk, Mrs. Oliver Kinseth. and Mrs. Jens Mrs, Max Clark 'gave the- lesson and Mrs. Jesse Van Busklrk 'ave "a report from' the General deration Magazine. Mrs. Hotman' Kramer gave a report from the county meeting she attended at Reriwick and Mrs. Ralph Richards >gave the health report. The gu6st, day meeting - will be the »last meeting- for this year. The new years begins .in September. Lutheran Aid Meals TT^e 1 Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wedn6sday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Loran Da'niels and Mrs. Oliver Klnseth as,'hostesses. A program with Mrs. -Clara Solberg giving a redding was 'held. Mrs. Vivian Nissen i of r West, Bend sang and Mrs. Qerhard.Storsund and Mrs. Jack ,Ryg feave readings. The ladies 'decided to ail get together On Friday to, houseclean the church. The next meeting will be in two weeks. MrU and:'Mrs.-Will, Sittler of Bode'/Wcre Tuesday evening callers at the Ralph Richards home. arc sisters. Mrs.- Har61d Sundt and son Bruce spent from Saturday evening until Wednesday at the home of Mrs, Nora Sundt at Spring Grove, Minn. -- ^ NEORUGSfORE PROPRIETOR HERE, ESTABLISHED ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1946 Twelve Pages —Two Sections Kunl Elevator at Wesley Sold To Farmers Co-Ori POSSSSIOKIOBE . , . Pictured above is John F. Thu- cnte, new Algona business man. Effective May 1, Mr. Thuente became- the owner of the former Borchardt Drug store here. . He' comes here from Spencer, where he had been engaged in the drug business " for the past 10 years, connected with the Otto A Bjornstad Co. Mr. Thuente is married and, has three children, two 1 girls, 10 and 17, and a son, IS. The temily remains in S,ppnceRuntil he can find a-homejiere. Mr. Thuente is a. graduate of Creighton university 'school of pharmacy, He is a native lowan, having been born af Festina, in the northeast part of the state. Al 'Bprohardf, wh'.phad owned the store since! 1921, said he had no definite plans fpr the future, but Intends to continue to live in ' Algona. He Is «t 'present at director of the Northwestern Drug Co. of Minneapolis,', ' « GIVEN JULY FIRST; ERECTED IN 1397 Wesley: A deal, was closed last week when the "Farmers Cooperative Society purchased the Kunz Grain elevator and possession will be 'given about July 1. The building was erected about 18§7 and sold to ttte Kunz Grain Co. in 1925. The late Julius Kunz, founder of the Kunz Grain Co., was president until Kis death in February of last year, • ' Fred Diekman has served the company as. manager, secretary, treasurer for the past 12 years and as president since the death of Mr, Kunz. Julius M. Kunz, the, present manager of the elevator, has held that position the past ten years. Frank Wellig Was his pre- decesspr. < Auxiliary In Meeting The , American' Legion Auxil- ary of Post 428 held its regular meeting Thursday, evening with Miss Lillian Johnson serving. Mrs. Joe Meurer, rehabilitation chairman, reported sending gifts ;o the Knoxvillc hospital carnival; also two pairs of scuffles for display at the spring cpnferen6e which was held at Boone last Friday. The group voted to donate $10 to the park improvement fundi .Mrs. H. H. Flom Jr., who presided at the meeting due to the absence .of the president, Mrs. J. P. Studcr. and the vice-president, Mrs. L. L. Lease, both hospitalized, appointed -Mrs. Viola Studer, poppy chairman, read a 'paper on "The 'Origin of the .Poppy." Mrs. Flom reported . that- 'she had sent a birthday card- to Mrs; Mae Strate, Garner, 8th district president. V. F. W. Pott Named "~~ "~ ™ The Veterans of Foreign Wars hold their regular • meeting Thursday evening in the Conservation. rooms. They voted' to name th'eir post the Wesley Post 400. i of Ai/.and- Catholic Missionary society, will not meet ( W,ed>iesday, May 8, as :he Jun- lor-Senior banquet will be held that day in the Parish hall.' They will meet Wednesday, May 22. 9 it's Lovely I • Yft, my Udy, !«'« U»«ly btc«*M it's «,, K*yiur (Htmond rinfv" • Tfc* «xp*rl wotlt- •M/nJiip «nd •xquiiH*- «iyHn|,wlM bfi«r C4Nfil|«M compli- The baccalaureate sermon will be Sunday, May 12, and the commencement exercises will be held Wednesday, May 15. S*rric« Women to Meet The United Service Women will hold their regular meeting Thursday evening, May 9, in the Exchange State bank basement. All are asked to bring carpet rags. ; Still Seriously 111 'L. L. Lease, who has been with his wife since she entered the St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, April 26, was home for a few hours Tuesday of last week and reported his wife still in a serious condition. Mrs. Lease's sisters have also been with her most of the time. Roy Klcirtpeter was in Rochester,' Minn., ;last week going through the clinic. , The music pupils of Sister Georgiana are to present a recital in the parish hall Sunday, May 18. Overseas Bride Of Union Boy Due Soon Vniqn: Bernard Gisch's w.ife was to leave May 1st for the U. S. to. join her husband. He received word that she had her passport. They will live in an upstairs apartment at the John Gisch farm where 'Bernard .has been assisting his brother with the farm work. CLEOSH1PLEROF Union: Cleo Shipler 18 year Old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. ShiplSr, went to Mason City last s week where he enlisted in the navy. He leaves May 27. He is,a this year's graduate of the high schooL Another -Union boy to receive his draft call is Donald Bode, 18. year old son of Mr. and, Mrs. -Louis Bode. Ho leaves May 6 for .his physical. Is a this year's graduate of St. Cecelia's academy. To Raise 600 Turkeys- Mrs. Lieurence on the'.Sholtcs farm spends her summers raising turkeys. She has. 600 ordered, Larry- and' Ruth Gisch< are raising turkeys for the first-time, this year. . ; , ' ••••-> Jack Busher Is' :assisting t^ie Ricker 'Brothers with Spring work. Judy and Mark Johnson:pf-'Fpirt Dodge were weekend.,;guests'-pf Joan Bode a Week.; ago. Sunday. *, Mr, and Mrs. Harold ; Angus ,ahd son Tony of Burt wereirecent'call- ers of Mrs. LaurafHb'hef)stein and her brothers Joe aridijWJm'iRiekdr. Heinle Fisher trucked three loads of cattle to.Sipujt City, }E st week for Ricker Bros. .They, feed and put out ' exceptionally' gdod cattle every year. ' . Mrs. Louis. Soltow has. been spending two weeks with 'her son Lou Robinson and family. She returned to her home in Algona .this weekend where she keeps roomers. Louia Heerdt has returned from several.weeks spent with relatives in South .Dakota. He arrived there in a heavy! April snowstorm and had to leave, his car in town and be taken ; to the ranch of his sister Mrs .GeOi P'ruess near Ft. Pierce. He is at present working for Clarence Riebhoff. Louis Bodes received word that their daughter Mrs. A. W. Lindsley and son Terry were to leave Taun- 'ton, Mass., Monday arriving Wed- band may still be retained at camp till sometime in June. She came at this time to arrange their apartment -they have had since his entrance Into the army in Fort Dodge. Ed Short of Chelan Falls, Wash., left last Monday after a couple of weeks with the Lester Johnson family, being old friends. He was acquainted with the children who crashed in a bus accident at Chelan Falls some time ago. Other callers at the Johnsons last week were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz, Burt; nesday morning, May 8. Her hus- Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson, Swea City; and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Lone Rock. Bode Class Banquet •Bode: The junior-senior banquet will be held on May 11 in the school gymnasium with Miss Dorothy Perkins in charge. Win Three Seconds Bode: The music results in the Sac City tournament hold Saturday, April 27, gave the high school band, the mixed chorus and girls glee club a second rating. Gov, Blue In Visits To Burt, Lone Rock Gov, Robert Blue, republican*" candidate for renomination to*: the post, not only visited in Al^i gotta, last Wednesday, but also* made flying trips into Burt and Lone Rock The visit was un| scheduled, a'nd Unpublicized Un« til after his arrival The governofjj seemed to be considerably, wor* nod about his renomination ort, the republican ticket. L t {iroudij- present ''The Excellency Group''— w<**/*r- fieces of generations »/ Jine .Gameo Brooch ; genuine hand carved Cariico. Solid gold filigree. ';', ' "'.- ' .-:-..$22.50 Lusby & Giossi «IT«x /^Rosaries; • Birthstonc, crystal, and sterling, sjlver. : $6.50 up Hccrdt Mashes Fingers Unipn: Walter Heerdt mashed two fingers this/past week. They came in contact between a corn planter wheel find a crowbar. Lusby & Giossi hifc el?w, fresh widi Richelieu and Deltah Pearls Lustrous pearls in single and double strand. $12.00 up Expansion' Bracelets. Several styles from which to choose. $17,50 Fed. 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