The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1946 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, May 7, 1946
Page:
Page 12
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE SIX. ' ' ''' .ALGONA UPPER DEB Butt Senior Class Play Pleases A Large Crowd 'DON'T DARKEN MY DOORS' INVOLVES ROMANTIC YOUTHS Burt: A very large crowd attended the senior class play, "Don't Darken My Doors." which was presented in the school auditorium last Tuesday evening. The play, whose plot dealt with the heroine's desire for lovers with "romance in their soul" and their admirers' attempt to be that kind of lovers, was very humorous. Shirley Harvey, as the romantic heroine; Evelyn Becker, her equally romantic maid-of-all work; Janet Lou Sage, as the au- thor of the romances they so admired; Dale Lockwooa, jJenneth Patterson, and Jerome Spderberg as their respective admirers all gave fine performances, as did Lavina Groeh and Patricia Wolf, as maiden ladies who were very much interested in the various romances. Between act numbers included music by Shirley Lockwood, the girls' trio, the girls' sextette, and vocal solos by Leugenia Riedel and Gary Kienitz. The play was directed by Rosalie Hunt, who was presented with a gift by the class. College Booster Trip Mr. and Mrs. H. £. Rachut and daughter Helen, Mrs. Herman Soderberg and daughter Lor- ANNOUNC€M€NT We Are Now Buying HOGS At WESLEY STOCKYARDS Fair Grading—Top Market Prices— Large or Small Consignments Don McCarthy Bring Veals on Saturday Mornings Res. Phone—St. Benedict 6 raine, and Mary Lee Parsons attended a college booster day program at Wartburg college, Waverly, last Wednesday. Leaves for Alaska Vaughn Wallace and son Ralph of Mason City and Vernon Wallace spent Sunday at the G'. P. Hawcott home. Mrs. Bertha Wallace also spent the day there. Ralph was leaving Wednesday for Fort Sheridan to enter the army. Vernon Wallace remained here until Tuesday, when he left for Alaska, where he will have a vacation and may find work later. Vaughn and Vernon Wallace are Mrs. Wallace's sons and brothers of Mrs. Hawcott. On Pennsylvania Trip— La Vonne Greise left last week Monday for Milton, Pa., where she will visit relatives. She will also visit an aunt <at Baltimore. She had spent a couple of weeks here with hnr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Greise. Previous to that she had been employed st North Platte, Neb. Buri Rebekah Parly The Burt Rebekah lodge gave a party Thursday evening, to which the I. O. O. F. members had been invited. Shirley Lockwood and Marlene Dremmel played a piano duet, Joyce Ry- crson sang a solo, and Shirley played a flute solo. Meet in Philadelphia Donald Nordin, who is in tho navy and stationed, at Glouca.stcr, N. J., and Harold Bates, who is in the army and stationed at Fort Belvoir, spent the weekend together in Philadelphia recent- OFFICIAL NOTICE Closing Hours For Algona Stores Effective Commencing Week of May 6 Week Days . 5:30 P. M. Saturdays . 10:00 P. M. (K\<M']it for Hnulj'-to-\Voar Stores, wliicii will Ito » 1'. M.) Algona Chamber of Commerce ly. The boys graduated from the Burt high school a yeaf ago. Has Second Blrlhday, Karen Peters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peters, celebrated her second birthday With a pdrty Friday afternoon. .,,' The Birthday Circle will meet Thursdav, with tfrs. G. C Giddings. .. ; , The Fortnightly club will meet Friday evening at the home of. Mrs. C. W. Reynolds. Mrs. R. J. de la Hunt, Ames, spent the weekend at, the home of her mother, Mrs. W. A. Peters. The Rev. Ferdinand Reith attended a Lutheran Conference ot Clarion Tuesday and 'Wednesday. - ":•The Rev. and Mrs. Harry Hatch spent last week at the home of a son at Albert Lea, Minn. Mrs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. Robert Jensen, and Jimmy Smith and Will Lacey, Algona, were Fort Dodge visitors Wednesday. The Misses Esther and Ruth Hodgson and Mrs. H. O. Buell had their attics insulated last week. The Cowan company did the work. The Martin Greise house is being painted and also being improved by the installation of a large window in fro'nt and. a new front porch. Mrs. Herbert Leeck, who un* dcrwent an operation at an Algona hospital recently, was brought to the home of her par; cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas, Tuesday. Mrs. Clifford Holding, Mrs. W. J. Lockwood and Mr.;. G. H. Me- Mullen were at Lake Okobojl Thursday. They went up , to make arrangements for a cottage for the Methodist younjr people, who will go to camp in July. Charles Officer, who is in the navy and recently returned to San Diego, Calif., underwent an operation there last Saturday, according to a letter received by his nurentsT Supt. and Mrs. W. B. Officer. He underwent a similar operation about six months hgo. Mrs. W. J. Lockwood took the following young people to a Methodist yout'h rallv at Wesley Monday evening: Her daughter Shirley, Delores Black, Roger and Lester Steward, Harold Ward, Kenneth Richards, Shirley, who is district secretary- treasurer, took part in thcv<sei> vice. 15 ST. JOE SENIORS ENJOY 'SKIP DAY' IP St.'Joe: The 15.seniors..of. St. Joseph's school enjoyed their skip day Wednesday,'JT^ay'-l. at Lost Island. Rev. GcV. J.-TJico- bald accompanied the group. 3'/7 Ib. Daughter "' A; ; f Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Thilges are Daren-Is of an R'.i-lb. daughter born at the Kossuth hospital Tucsdav. Thov now have a family of t'hree girls and one boy. • Casper Thilges is a.patient^at the Fort Dodcc Mercy hospital. M'-. and M>-s. Nick Thilges, Mar- c-nlln and Martha, Visited with him Monday. 'Stjt. Robert N. Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann, returned Sunday to Camp Pickett, Va., after spending a furlough with relatives and friands. That's service... Have a Coca-Cola •,. the whole crowd goes for food and refreshment When the gang pulls up for curb service the first thought for refresh' ment is ice'cold Coca-Cola. Have a Co\e are words that start off a good time. Coke and companionship go together. Because there's nothing like refreshment to make friendly moments even friendlier. lOTHfP UNDEI AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COIA COMPANY »Y MINERAL SPRINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING/ COMPANY Humboldt, low* "Coca-Cola" and its abbrevittioa l"Cok«* are tb« registered trtd> Jmwlw whicb gffoguub tjw pro* fupt of Ths Coca-Col* B Q 1946 lit C-C Cs,, MM, Kir*chb*um To Be'Sextdtt Hdt&ft* Tuesday, May 14th Sexton: Mi's. August 1 Kirschbaum will be hostess to the Sex* ton? Homemakers at her home, Tuesday afternoon, May 14. Miss Sophia Setineff, west of town, is quite ill at her horte the past week and under-fl doctor's ca$e. '-'.'''. Mrs. Martin Mimbach went to Cylinder Thursday to visit her mother, Mrs. Kate Esser, who is ill <at her home there. • Mrs. John Jennings attended a meeting of her club at the home of .Mrs. Dale Struthers near the Doan church, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Bertha Lloyd and daughter Nancy, Wesley, Were Friday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Lena Kirschbaum and Mrs, August Kirschbaum. • • Miss Maxirie Brethorst, who has been employed in Phoenix, Ariz., the past number of months, has returned home and is visiting her parents, ^Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Brethorst, southeast of town. . •• •• , • ••',-• ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillip's, Algona, called ,on her mother, Mrt. Sarah Wise, Wednesday evening, as they'were on''their wtiy to Garner to see an .'old frihnd, a Mrs.'' Johnson • who is very ill there. ; ,.:;-.-.! J^rs. Joe Krieps accompanied hq? father and m6ther<'Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Forburgcr, Wesley, to* Algona .Wednesday evening, wjjerc they visited^ /with-, , /Mrs. Lajwy Youngwirjih tiand Hnfant so# Larry Lee a"t -Hhc *K6ssUth hospital. f —; : — • • ' Eitrly Merchant Dies LuVertie folks have Vcceived word of the death of B. F. Guih- rie, former LuVerne resident, at Guthrie Center', Monday of last week. Burial was in Waterloo. Mr. Guthrie formerly ran a hardware store here, and built the structure now occupied by the Chapman Hardware. At the time it was -.erected, it was the largest hardware store building in Kossuth county. Zumach Of Fenton Honored By Aas'n, \ ifenton: The Iowa Retail Beverage Association held Its annual meeting at the Rltz Hotel, Clear Lak6, Monday, Asrll 29. \ The theme of the convention was to. Increase the membership of the association, and present day problems gained x prominent position In the matters under discussion. * Alvln Zumach, proprietor of the Zumach Cafe, Fentoh, was named chairman of the Kossuth organization, Bui* W. S, C. S. Has Murical Program Burt: The W. S. C .S. met at the church last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. G, P. Hawcott, Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel and Lulu Hawcott as hostesses. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon devotions. Mrs, ford H'oitiihg was program chair* marl. It was* Mite Bo* opening day and several special numbers were on th6 program, Including, three selections by the girls setftette, ac* eompanled by "Etna Bears, piano solos and a duet by Jimmy, flrtd Jerry M<*Mullen~ t and a vocal sold by little Judy Hinckley i Houittim* ttitk lit EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION 101 PhoMuitodiy / ' CowanBldgSupplyCo, Phono 276 ALGONA, IOWA I 1 ' I' HAIL INSURANCE ON GROWING CROPS Better Rates Better Service See—L. S. BOHANNON Over S. & L. Co. Phone 103 Asphalt Shingles Rolled Roofing Shipment Just Received Buy While It Lasts Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool <\/V~-»»'>/lr~»**«flr'i»*Nflr^'*s/^ TO THE NEW A Message To Help You In Your First Home But Regardless Of Where Or How You Do It, Living Is A Problem—Housing Is A Problem! What You Have In Your Home Is The Thing That Counts This firm has always had a friendly interest in (he problems of the new bride; it is our policy to endeavor to help and assist you in the selection of your home furnishings in such a way that the cost is kept well within your budget,,yet you wi'l have a home arrangement of which you can be proud. We advise a selection of furniture that will endure, and to which pieces can be added from time to time, and still maintain a sound balance in appearance and expense, We have done this for many others; may we now assist you? LIVING ROOM SUITES DINING ROOM SUITES BEDROOM SUITES TABLE LAMPS PICTURES CARD TABLES DINETTES OCCASIONAL CHAIRS COFFEE TABLES ' WARDROBES FLOORLAMPS KITCHEN CABINETS PORCH FURNITURE STUDIO COUCHES Refrigerator*, Stoves, Vacuum Cleaners, Washers On Display Easy Terms If Desired—No Red Tape-, BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE CO. Established 1935 *«* HPM6 FVBWSHEBS V ' Algvuik luwa ' > ' . i, • '. ^Ny^jgnftaf^ .'•• .''. . >.;'.'* '-',', J ^^^££ui<^^

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free