The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1946 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 14, 1946
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PAGE SIX. FOUR CORNERS BRIDE HONORED AT SHOWER, WEDNESDAY, BY 30 GUESTS Pour Corners: There was a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. "Verio Harlan, the former Corra Torkelson of Hudson, So. Dak., Wednesday afternoon at the Q. A. Bjustrom home. There were approximately 30 guests in attendance. A guessing game furnished entertainment after which the bride unwrapped her gifts. Nice refreshments were served by the hostesses. Girl at Sarchet Home Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarchett are parents of a baby girl, weight G Ibs. 2 ozs. born at the Kossuth hospital, May 10. This makes Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchclt grandparents for the first time. A large group of relatives and friends charivariccl Mr. and Mrs. Vcrle Harlan Monday night at the Otto Harlan home. Mr. and Mrs. George Lee and Mrs. Ada Bean were Sunday dinner guests at the Sylvester Fuhrman home at Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Holdren had as Sunday dinner guests the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdren of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Lurhl Fesslcr and family of Ringsted were May !5 dinner guests at the John McNeill home, and Mrs. Wm. Knoll and daughter Donna Jean were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Walker had as Sunday, May 5, dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Potter and daughter Donna Rae and Mrs. Lyle Raney and son. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and Shaw called on Mrs. Jensen's children and -Mr. and Mrs. Eldon brother Jack Elaine at Corvvith Sunday, May 5, in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham and the la-tier's mother, Mrs. Jessie Rpyce, and Mrs. Grace Schmeling and son Dennis were Sunday afternoon and evening guests at the Leo Ramus home. Leo Elmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Elmore, left for Fort Snelling May 2, where he enlisted in the army for 18 months. He was home on a pass over the weekend Weekend guests at the Lea Rabus home were Leo's mother, Mrs. Grace Ramus, and Leo's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore and two children, all of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich went to Des Moines Sunday, May 5, to attend the graduation exercises of their daughter Phyllis, who graduated from Mercy hospital, where she is taking nurses' training. Wednesday night supper guests at Q. A. Bjustrom's were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarchett, Mr. and Mrs. Otto aHrlan and son Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Verio Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen and daughter Beverly. SEXTON CHURCH RENEWS CHARTER Sexton: The Sexton church trustees met Thursday evening with Attorney Fristedt, where they signed up the new charter for the church for another 50 years. The old charter signed 50 years aso had expired. The signers of the old charter were S. E. and Anna Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Corle, C. C. Wolf, W. A. Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lehman, Miss L. O. Schultz, Delia Hager, O. E. Dodds and Allie , Dodds, and the Rev. C. C. Plum- mcr, who was pastor at that time. The notary public then was W. J. Hager. It is not known if any of these folks of 50 years ago arc still living or not. The signers of the new charter arc: Harvey Steven, Harold Hunt, Mrs. Drusilla Noble, Everett Steven, Art Olscn. Fred Jennings and Glenn Gabrielson, with Mrs. Elizabeth Sanders and Mrs. Nell Ophcim as witnesses. W. S. C. S. Meeting A large crowd attended the meeting of the Sexton W. S. C. S. at the home of Mrs. Glenn Ga- briclson. Plans were made for the Pixie Sister party to be held on Thursday afternoon, June U. And the new committee for the coming year consists of Mrs. John Jennings and Mrs. Gco. Ol- scn and Mrs. Martin Mimbach. Mrs. Dennis Gqecters vis'tcd in Algona Thursday afternoon and also visited'her little daughter at the General hospital. Fred Laymon of Oakdale came Thursday evening by bus and visited over the weekend at the home of his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson. Mrs. Joe Krieps and Mrs. Al Erpclding and little Mary Ann visited Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Larry Youngwirth and ba'oy son Larry Lee who just recently returned home from the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Parsons and family, Burt, were Wednesday evening visitors at tiie home of Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings. The ladies are sisters. Saturday, May 4, Mrs. Melvin Johnson celebrated her birthday and a number of her many friends came and spent the afternoon with her. bringing delicious refreshments which were served in the late afternoon. Gifts were in the nature of a handkerchief shower. 75 Honor Mothers At Lutheran Party, Ottosen, Wednesday Ottosen: About 75 attended the annual guest Mother's Day held at the Lutheran church Wednesday afternoon. The program, which was in charge of Mrs. Roy Enockson. Scripture and prayer were given by Rev. J. O. Wanberg. Mrs. Ed Nessen of West Bend sang "My Work Done." Mrs. Merle Holt gave a reading and grades three and four from the school sang. Mrs. Oscar Oppeda'hl gave a reading and Mrs. Rasmus Olson played a piano solo. Gifts were given, with Mrs. j Jack Crane being the oldest mother present. She is 78. Mrs. Peter Movick, 45, was the youngest grandmother, and Mrs. Leo J Wchrspann. 25. was the youngest, mother. Following this "the i group sang "Shepard of Tender < Youth" and went out on the j church steps and Mrs. Arthur Lo-' vig took pictures which will be t nut in the Ladies' Aid history, book. The program was closed by singing a grace song and saying the Lord's Prayer. A lovelv lunch was served caf- etrria stvle in the church parlors with Mrs. Oliver Kinscth and Mrs. Peter Enockson pourins. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS ORDER YOUR BABY CHICKS, TURKEY POULTS, AND DUCKLINGS NOW Chicks from U. S. Approved— U. S. Pollorum Tested Flocks, Turkey Breeder Flocks PuIIor- uin Clean. Poultry authorities predict higher egg and poultry meat prices this coining fall and win- tor. Our chicks purchased now will give you these results and extra profits. Last Chick hatch May 29th, last Turkey hatch June llth, Ducklings through June. Write or phone your order now. Some Started Chicks on Hand at Bargain Prices. SWEA CITY HATCHERY Swea City, Iowa Phone 35 19-20 MOST FROM YOUR D-D'T&BROMANIDE AND OTHER NEW INSECTICIDES SPRAY THEM WITH PowerAire This brand new spray and air tool connects directly to your gasoline Uacior, truck or car. Will paint an average set of farm buildings one coat in one day. Handle* all liquid insecticides, plant and tree iprayi, weed lalltrs. whitewash, and other materials with fHiciency and tcoo* omy. Also inflates tires, cleans din and grease iron* farm machinery, operates aa air grease gua. UT US SHOW YOU THIS BIO TIME AND LABOR SAVING OUTFIT Fully guaranteed out/if, ttady 19 asitmblt and lue. aj /air ai $ 76'. 5 BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Union Twp. Rural Schools Day To Be Held May 17 Union: The Annual Rural Schools Day will be held this Friday, May 17, at the Good Hope Community room with a picnic dinner at noon and the usual games and sports, also honoring the eighth gi'ade .graduates. Marguerite Troutman is chairman of the committee, assisted by Melvin Rieken, Eunice RiebhoW, Homer Dodds, Arden Hovcy, Neva Shipler and Leota Hanselman. The families will gather according to districts for the picnic lunch at noon. Weather permitting it will be held outdoors. Sports will begin at 10 a. m. .ALtlONA tPPEtt »E3 4 MOtKE3, ALGONA Light Company Meets A meeting of the Union-Crdsco Electric Light Co. was held at the schoolhouse in Dist. No. 4 Tuesday evening, May 7. A business discussion was held on meters burned out in time of storms and being damaged by lightning. It was voted from now on the company would replace meters damaged under the above mentioned circumstances. Frank Cruikshank is president, Joe Ricker secretary. Daunhler for Sarchetls Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarchett are parents of a baby daughter born early Friday morning (May 10) at the Kossuth hospital, weight G Ibs., 2 ozs. Mrs. Sarchet was the former Clarice Harlan. This makes the Roy Sarchets and Otto Marians grandparents for the first time. Flies from Costa Rica * Gerald Romstad, A« M, M. 2»c, grandson of Mr. and Mrs, Pres* ley Sarchet and son of Mr. aftd Mrs. Oalf Romstad of Des Moiftfis is flying home from Cbsta ftiea. where he has been stationed with the U. S. Navy the past several months. Gerald joined the regular navy at the age of 17 when his parents lived in Union. He has one more year to serve to complete his six years. He planned to fly from Chicago to Des Moines to make it home for Mother's Day. No doubt he will visit relatives in Union during his leave. Celebrate Huvlburi Birthday A -group of Union families were entertained at the Ralph Hurlburt home in Algona Saturday at a 7 o'clock dinner. It was Mr. Hurlburt's birthday ^.anniversary. Those attending were Rudolph Will and daughters Alice and Martha, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner, Louis Bode and Walter Heerdt families, Union; Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkle and sons, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. ,John Baas, Whittcmore. Pinochle was the diversion. Reunion at Bodes A family reunion was held Sunday, Mother's Day, at the Louis Bode home, when Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bode of Hampton came for the weekend and Mrs. A. W. Lindsley and son Terry arrived from Boston, Mass., the middle of last week.,-.-}!! is the first time the family .has all been together in nearly three years. Makes First Comummpn" Merlin Schumacher,;ison of Mr. and Mrs. Louis . Schumacher, made his first Holy Communion Cecelia's ehuiPeh In AlgoMa. He is seven years did. (Juests at dinner in honor of the occasion were' his grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheppard and son Du* ane, Mrs. Mike Schumacher; Mr. and Mrs. Halph Schumacher and family, Peter and Otto El'bort: Mr. and Mrs. John Henry and family, all of Whittemore; Mi", and Mrs. Laurence Schomucher, Armstrong, and Mr. and. Mrs. Lester Schumacher of Algona. Mrs. Mary Neuman of Algona spent .Mothers Day" as guest of her daughter Mrs. Jas. Brophy, Mrs. Neuman is in her 90 s. Mrs. MaXino Cech of Hollywood, 111., and two daughters came last Week for a two weeks stay with her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Lloyd Schenck. Richard Ryno of Fort Dodge was a -guest of Donald Bode last Thursday. -He is a cousin of Donald's and leaves for induction Tuesday, May 14. He was a student in Junior College and is 18. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet and sons Kenneth and David were guests Sunday "Mathers Day," at the home of their daughter Jean Marie (Mrs. Arnold Heise) of Corwith. Jack Buscher, who was working for Ricker Bros., quit and is going to work for the McGuire grading force. Jack had consid- crablS experience with heavy machinery used in tHe grading line while he was a member of the Seabees. He is a son-in-law of 0. A. Campncy. . Cecil Willson Bf Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will, has also accepted a" job With John . Grading Co. BKINGS RESULTS Wesley The ilons elufc held its tegular hfioh tUftChedn at the Methodist church Wednesday noon. The Stitch ahd Chat Circle served the luncheoft. ' t Mf.'and Mrs. Maitt flecker are parents of a baby igirl born Tuesday in an Algoha hospital. They Aow have a farnily of 13 children. ,'•••'. OLMSTED for GOVERNOR v.- CommiJIee VOTEi PRIMARIES JUNE 3 Thank Farmers Owing to my health, I nm resigning as salesman for " ' •. '• ' ; ••": '.., ;•;". •'•-.•'.: •--..;. v/.-- •PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. 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