The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1946 · Page 9
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fl E0.4KS In Fairmont >en Only Friday, Saturday and Sunday Nights fsary due to inability to obtain sufficient quality meats and sea foods. (nnouncement ^c ]MircliMsc<l Hie Modernistic Hciiuty Shop Clifton possession. I will lie jjlud to rtecelvc •lid lieiv customers. , UtftSTJC HEAUT.Y SHOl' Over S. Si L. Store SCARLET FEVER AT HOMEINLAKOTA Lakota: Airs. Walter Sachs has recovered from scarlet fever and now Waltef has the disease, One of'the boys has also recovered. Community Club Meefs— Twenty-eight members'of the Community club enjoyed their monthly dinner at the town hal Thursday night. It was decidec to hold the June meeting anc then take a three months vaca tion during the summer. Home From Hospital— Slsie Baum returned home Thursday via ambulance from Iowa\ City, where she spent aboutF ten days undergoing •physical check-up. Enters Minnesota "U"— Mr, and Mrs. Edward Thaves, Algona,' and nephew Roberi Thaves, who was recently discharged from service, spent last week Sunday with Emma and Louise Thaves. "Bob" left last week for Minneapolis, where he will enroll in the university. Mrs. Francis Adams entertained at two tables of 500 last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lyman Needham enter- ained the bridge club at her lome'last week Tuesday even- ng. Mrs, Ray Smith's mother, Mrs. Jawson, of Aurelia Jr., spent a veek after Easter visiting the -rini.ths. • ••. Supt. and Mrs. J. W. Cook drove to. Cedar Falls last week Monday, where Mr. Cook inter- lewed teachers. Armstrong and Lakota high chool boys played ball here last week Wednesday with the La- tfl^fiK DES kota boys winners.' ^ Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Qutkn^cht and Mrs. Delia Smith Werd business visitors at Blue fi Minn., last week Tuesday. Beth, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Epko Johnson west af town, celebrated her third birthday last week Tuesday 'with a party for relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brisbane. Eagle Grove, were last week Sunday visitors with the Frank Lewis family, The Wilson Bracks of Ledyard were also visitors there. Mesdames Ahren Hans and Mary Zoller were hostesses to the Lutheran Aid society at the church last week Wednesday afternoon with a large crowd attending. Shirley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tilrner Hanson, arrived a week ago for a visit.with her parents. Last Sunday the family drove to Frost, Minn., to visit Mr Hanson's mother Mrs. W. P Hanson, who is ill. Shirley is employed in Tacoma, Wash. Francis Schroeder, Mrs. Fred Schroeder and Mrs. Will Schroeder-drove to Algona last week Monday to meet Charles Lewis and son Tom and Lola'Schroe- 3er, who •' came by train from Glendale, Calif. Lola came home with the folks but Charles, Lewis and Tom remained .in'Algona to visit Charles' daughter Mrs. Give Reed and, family until Wednesday and arrived here that afternoon. After a visit here Tom will return to California'- but Mr .ewis will spend the summer tOWA^ Brooder House Fire at Fred Merkle Farm West of LoVerne 'orn Planting Progress Union: Some corn.is planted but he majority.; are 'waiting ,for the mild weather which they hope will follow the recent rain. Seed corn this year is not reported-.as strong as other years. • • • - . Lu Verne: The fire department was called to the Fred Mefkle farm west of town on Thursday evening. The brooder house caught, fire but was soon put out but not without the loss of some baby chicks. Cemetery Association Meeting The Cemetery association wil meet next Thursday afternoon May 9, at the city hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. P. C. Lichty, Mrs J. L. Lichty, Mrs. A. S. Lund Mrs. Frank Hooding, and Mrs Elmer Hunt. Old members afe urged to be there and anyone wishing to join is invited to Come. The Lu Verne cerrtetery is one of the nicest in the s'tate anc the community should take more of an interest .in its upkeep. W. S. C. S. Meets May 8 The. Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet next Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Frank Sanford, Mrs. Harry Lichty, Mrs. Arnold Hjelle, Mrs. Andrew Nielson, Mrs. Phil Henderson, and Mrs. D. Broadie as hostesses. This is an unusually special meeting, toeing a membership tea. Mrs. Peter Thompson will lead devotions and Mrs. John Tiss, the lesson, which is "Children and Peace." Young Folks 'at Wesley Last'Monday evening 14 young people from the Methodist church attended a young'people's meeting at the Methodist church n Wesley. Rev. and Mrs; Robert 'hillips made the trip with them.. There were 52 registered at this meeting. Rev. ' George Shields, pastor of the Corwith church; was speaker anc'. 'Kis tonic was '"Fisher of Men." A.A.LOFLOTTS CREEK IN MEETING Lotts Creek: Members of the A. A. L. met Monday evening, April 29 in the school auditorium. After the 'business meeting 500 was played. Mrs. N. Gengler and Donald Radig -winning high and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn and Arnold Meine low. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross and Mr. and Mrs. Hantelman were on the serving Meine Dodge family visitors Roller Skating Patly The seventh grade- of the pub lie cchool entertained the eight] grade on Wednesday evening a a roller skating party at Bod" Miss Connor, Miss Burclick, Miss Cowling, and thoir teacher, Mis Upland, were chaperons. Lutheran Aid Meets The Lutheran Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon in the church basement with Mrs. Harold Hanson as hostess. Mrs. Geo Hanselman and Mrs. Elsie Steussy were appointed to attend a ncetmg at Carroll, la., on May 15. On May 16 the Aid is invited to Whittemorc" for a social afternoon. Mrs. Elnora Eustace s the next hostess. Pr»sbyterians lo Meet The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will meet on Thursday afternoon f May 16 at the home of Mrs. Art Riley. This meeting has been changed because'of the,plass day e , xc rcises at ,,the • .school . on Wednesday. .. ,;.,'•• ;Adolph Lund went to Grinnell over last weekend to visit a friend.,.,',' Cpl. Kenneth Wittenburg of Fort Leavenworth, Kans., ; spent Tuesday with .his parents, Rev and Mrs. L. Wittenburg. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Trauge and Miss Ruby Godfrey went, to Mason Citv Thursday evening to visit Ed Hof and Mrs. Godfrey who arc in the hospital there. committee. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold and Bob drove to Fort Thursday on business. Mrs. Ida Kuecker and were Thursday evening at the Noah Reisner's. Pastor A. Otto, accompanied by Mrs. Otto, attended a conven tion at Spencer Tuesday. Nick Gengler and Fritz Meye attended a Kossuth county leagu baseball meeting at Algon Thursday evening. Reuben Leudtke, who was do ng road construction work nea -.aurerts, came home Friday, a hey could not Work on accoun of the weather. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lieb and amily and Mr. and Mrs. Alber Wcyer and family attended a birthday party Tuesday evening April 30 at Leonard Meyer's a Whittemore, it being Mrs. Mey r"s birthday. / Figueroa Ballroom Livermore • May 9, Bcnnct Grctcn May 16, Ding Ellis May 23, Guy DcLc* May 30, Oscar Palnyk Wm. Bell and Wilma of West Bend were .Thursday aftern6c-tt visitors at fid Wichtetidahl'sY Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger Were evening visitors, the occasion being Ed's birthday. Stork Visits Homes Of Both Lawrence, Luke Youngwirth Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Youngwirth are the proud parents or a baby boy born to them Wednesday morning, May 1, at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. This is their first born and the mother is the former Ruth Forbupger, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fofburger. That evening a bab* B b«Mii to Mr. ahd Mi's. Luke iw . wirth at the same HdSpital ant 8lster*-in4aws have the Samd re MM. Youhgwlfth , was fotfft Rita Vitzthum, daughter of and Mrs. G«6rg<s Vitathlim, « they now have one daughter a two sons. Police Give Bicycle Riders A Warning City police are issuing a Warning to youthful bicycle 1 riders that henceforth all bikeS must have lights and reflectors, Also strict enforcement is to W made of a ruling that no .bikes may be ridden at night Without, light and reflectors, police said. lhe tfEW POtfTIAD Loaded .,,,!,! <j le LOW COST ADVERTISING — Thats what you get in Upper PCS Momes want ads! Over 4,000 ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES 9 N. Dodge Street—Phones 16-17 J, W. Haggard & R. B. Waller. Publishers Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice at Algona, Iowa under act of Congress of March 3, 1S79. Issued. Weekly. 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