The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1946 · Page 9
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f, MAY 14,1D48 LUVERNEBAND MOTHERS CLUB HAS MEETING TMfiand Mothers club .met f1 -"^"* evening in, thd school .-..--'their regular monthly . rfg> Nearly So members at* tended the meeting. Hostesses for "}* evemrig were Mrs. William Moedlhg,.MM. John Ramus, Mrs. Walter Hefti and Mrs. Phil Hen* dorsort assisted toy several other ladles.' 'At-the business meeting election '6f officers was held and i the following officers were elected for the .coming year: president, Mrs. •; Hugh Shirk; vice president, Mrs, M, J. Stripling, and secretary*treasurer, Mrs. John Ramus, Following the business meeting , J miscellaneous shower 'honoring Miss^Stephenlc. Cowling, music Instructor in the'high school, who is to be married In the near future to Erhart Meyer, was held. The evening was spent at games and contests which wbre in charge of Mrs. Sanford. The honored guest /then opened her many lovely gifts Lunch was served by the hostesses' at the close of the evening. W. S. C. S. Mcctinff— Jl lc ,£ cn J!r ra ,l soci ety of the Methodist W. S. C. S. met Wednesday nftcrnoon in.the church parlors Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Frank Sanford, Mrs. Harry Lichty, Mrs. Arnold Hjelle, Mrs. Andrew Nlelson, Mrs. Phil Henderson and Mrs. D. D. Bfoadie Near y 50 ladies attended this meeting which was a membership tea honoring all the new members that have joined the organization during the past several months. The theme was "Children and PoaCo . The devotional period was led toy Mrs. Peter Thompson and the lesson was given by Mrs. John Tiss. Following the program, a dainty lunch was served. Mrs Frank Sanford poured-the tea. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller were Fort Dodge callers Friday. Charles Patterson recently sold his-.house ,to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jolhlfe, owners of the Vern Theater. Mrs. George Tiede spent several days in Fairmont, Minn., visiting her, husband who operates a grocery store there. - , Mr. and Mrs. Orban Hagist and daughter of Chicago, 111., are visiting at the home of his parents dVir. and Mrs. Fred Hagist. Mrs. Bert Ramus is ill at her home with rheumatic fever. Mr. Rarnus is manager of the Kunz graan company elevator at Hanna. Esther Larson of Webster City spent several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Eager and with other relatives' and friends. Janice and Billy, children of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sanford of *•--•—•-,. are visiting at the home -ir grandparents Mr. and !.'Frank Sanford.V Rev. and (Mrs. Robert Phillips spent Monday evening in Mason City, visiting Ed Hof and Mrs. Olla Godfrey who are both patients in the Mercy hospital there. .The Ernest Merkle Post Unit No 004, of the American Legion me Tuesday evening in the Legion hal for the regular monthly meeting waiter Engel is commander of th i-'ost, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings am son Guy Jr., were guests Sundaj at, the home of their daughter anc son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Rober Sanford, and daughter in Ells \vorth, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindebji have purchased the Raney house in the cast part of town and have begun to remodel it. They will move into the house in the very near future. Mrs. / Elmer Schnetzer and her son Jimmy, of Renwick are at the home of her parents Mr. and MIS Henry Blumer, where Mrs. Schnetzer is confined to iher bed with rheumatic fever. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford accompanied by her mother Mrs Fred Baumgartner spent-the week end at Dwlght, 111,, visiting Mr, Baumgartner who Is in the veteran's hospital there. Mrs. Frank Chapman left Thursday evening for Grand Rapids, Mich., where she will spend several days attending a national meeting of the women's organizations of the Presbyterian church Archie Curran who has been visiting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Guy for the past several weeks has been taken to the hospital at Rochester, Minn., where no will receive medical treatment: (Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engel snd Mrs. Aaron Steussy spent Friday Jn Boone attending the eighth dis trict spring conference of the Legion and Auxiliary. : Mr, Engel is county commander of the American 'Legion. Mr.' and Mrs, Otto Ramus have received word that their granddaughter Joyce Marr, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marr of Spirit (Lake, is in a hospital there suffering fro jpa.bjood infection- , . LL.Jr;$ gclv TJrTK^r hClr tjjL Mrai. 'Fr •§ . :Rev. W* spent • City, visi • (,« Godfrey T the Mer COOKED A FINE PINNER; ' THEN THREW IT TO DOG One lady recently stated that' shp used to throw hep QW.JI din* "* 'ncr to the 4pg most of the time. It made hep sipk, jus( |o look nt i» anything to £9t. She was, swollen with gas, full of bloat, had ,^ headaches, felt wpm out ajr»4 ™ «itoc? Jva'^T" /»rtr\nt tr\aie*A "PiViollir got ';s, everything in it perfectly? B . _ ' pprmaj, SJ»e_|s es- , was bjdly constipated, TO»Uy and, says she bt » now Portland Progrew Club To Meet May 22 Portland; The Portland Prog" resS club meeting is to be held at Mrs. Earl Miller's on Wednesday afternoon, May 2l This is a post* pdHed date and a special 'program will be held. There -will be .election of officers. Bufi tf, S.''W« May 21 ; The Bui-t U. .S. W. meeting, will tee held Tuesday, May 21, at Mrs. Claud Sigsbee's. All members are urged to attend. Plans Will be made for activities, on Memorial day. Mrs. Earl Miller will accompany several other ladies to Des Moines on May 17 for a U. S. W. convention,.. Student Nurse Mary Janice McWhorter, who was home on vacation from Rochester, went to Ames Thursday for Viesha. She returned to her work at Rochester, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kocpple and two children and Seaman Paul Koppen, Lakota, were Visitors Thursday at Martin Becker's. Joyce is In the "first grade In school. Walter Hefti sponsored a skating party Thursday evening .at-the roller skating rink in Bode for the members of the high school band and their 'instructor, Stephanie Cowling. Miss Cowling later treated the band members to a lunch. OEF1CE SUPPLIES — A good stock on hand, getting larger, every day. Fill your needs at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. .ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. FIRST COMMUNION FOR 19 AT ST. J0| St. Joe: At 8 o'clock Sunday morning, May 12, nineteen boys and girls who had reached the age of seven received Holy Commun- nion for the first time. First communicants were Allan Becker, Marvin Becker, EdmUnd Berte, George Berte, Theresa Berte, Dorothy Bormann, Edna Bormann, Jo Ann Bormann, Rosella Bormann, Judy Kay Curran, Kathryn Gales, Ann McGuire, Josephine Platt, Gerald Reding, Kay Ann Reding, Roger Thul, Dwaine Weydert, Jerome Weydert and Susann Weydert, Flower girls were Jean Becker and Miriam Thilges. James Thilges is A medical patient at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Joseph Becker Sr. being cared for at the Harold Thul home. Ann Kayser is at the Altman home caring for Mrs. Barbara Alt* man. Mary Ann Bradley daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Waller Bradley of. Algona, spent the past Vireek with her grandparents Mr, and Mrs. Henry Thilges. , Lone Rock farmer Breaks Leg In Mishap Lone Rock: Bernard O'Donnell, farmer 2'/z miles north of Lone Rock, was taking a gate out in the field on his tractor when he had the misfortune of having the gate catch on the wheel and break his left leg, Thursday evening. He got back to the house alone, and is now recovering at home. Figueroa Ballroom Livermore May 16, Ding Ellis May 23, Guy DcLco May 30, Oscar Palnyk Subscription—$2.50 per year; 7c single copy. Adv. rate 42c inch IM CM AIM! SON Across from the Court House FOUNDERS EVENT a very unusual price. For this sale only. 8" ADJUSTABLE STEEL WRENCH Our Reg, Low Price, 95c SALE PRICE Very strong, but thin and light in weight. SQUARE BASE TUMBLER with 25( purchase 9 oz. Tumblers Limit, 6 to a Customer, Please ALL METAL KITCHEN STOOL Our Reg. Low Price, $1.89 SALE $139 PRICE I Light weight; rolled edge seat will not catch clothing/ round feet will not scratch floor. ZENDER'S CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS GIFTS A gift from Zender's is bound to please that young man graduate . . . for we know from long expedience just what rings the bell with the younger fellows. We're pretty well supplied, too, with graduation gift merchandise . . . the things you find here give you an idea! So come to Zender's for HIS graduation gift, and rest assured he'll think a lot of it! ATTRACTIVE COOKIE JAR Our Reg. Low Price, 89c SALE PRICE Beautifully decorated and generous size'. Useful and good looking." ALL METAL FLASHLIGHT Our Reg. Low Price, 79c SALE yin< Powerful, 2 cell, chrome plated ..flashlight. Will stand rough treatment. COMBINATION PAD AND POLISHING CLOTH Our Reg, Low Price, 59c SALE PRICE 4 pads of absorbent cotton in cheese cloth wrapping. A very efficient polishing pad. CASSEROLE Our Reg. Low Price, 45c Chestnut colored and decorated in the popular diamond pattern, May be used for refrigeration as well as oven'cooking. FAMILY •: * SHOE SHINE KIT i s- * * Qyr Ref, Uw Pric*; 59& , \ -, ; At thi?p/i«, why notne for , each m«(09«r gf 5 GAL PAIL ROOF COATING Our Re£, Uw Price, $3.69 SALE tOOfl PRICE 4 7 Thi? bpnded, ro<}f coating is SffiivndMdcompounded ju$t \\lft nigh ' ' » iv$?c a's '" |T " *^ » ^rV . 7 SPORT SHIRTS Long and short sleeve sport shirts by Glover, B. V. D. and Kayncc with 3-way collar. $1.50 to $5.00 BELTS By Hlckok in combination plastic- fflass and leather or. western embossed grain leather style. $1.00 to $1.50 KERCHIEFS By Arrow in good quality, full cut man's size whites 25c to 50c SWIM ' TRUNKS He can spend a well earned vacation in these gabardine boxer style trunks or fancy south sea patterns. $2.50 to $3,89 JEWELRY SETS Of tic chain, tie bar or key chain make an attractive gift to any graduate. 50c to $3.05 By Arrow, Cheney and Regal in twill, satins, bold plaids, in wool and mohair. $1.00 - $1.50 SWEATERS Fancy patterned sleeveless sweaters or popular plain shades. Pan be worn with slacks , . , without sport Jacket. eabariu.es or

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