The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 21, 1946
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FACE-TWO. Mothers Program— The Bible' Searchers class of the Methodist church met With Mrs. W. H. Brandow* Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs.. B. A. Caslcr, Mrsi Mary, Taylor find Mrs. Margaret .Firtley as assistant host- esds. , Sci'iptures wore road by Mrs. W. L. Martin. Miss Agnes Hilsborbugh read "My Guiding Light," and "Mother Dear." Mrs. Daisy Chok gave two readings, "Ma and Pa on an Auto Ride," nncl "Ma's Olicck' Book." Tho clnfjing nunvber Was road by Mrs. Lolla Ladendorff, "This is Molh- cr's Day." Mrs. H. IS. Morgan, Mrs. O. S. Lindsay, Mrs. Goo. Bell of Jamestown N. I)., and Mrs, Etta Hunch ay • of Moravia were guests. Tuesday and Wednesday May 21-22 "THAT TEXAS JAMBOREE" Co-Hit "FOLLOW THAT WOMAN" ' Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 23-24-25 -RAYMOND HATTOH Co-Hit ANNE'GWYNKE .,* ROBERT SHAYNE -. i Xsrns • Pierre Watkin ^ Added Serial, "Royal Mounted Rides Again'' Sunday. Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, May 2C-27-28-29 ItllDI t. Illllll luuiti i) miiti tisiii / Co-Hit Warner Baxter Ml "VACATION FROM MARRIAGE" 851h BirJihday Pa'rty— Kirs. Newton Tjlielcr entertained' v a group; of fi-yends Wednesday afldriYoon 'bondring the fiStih hirthdiiiy ixl' hf r mother, Mrs. Corn ! Ratify. 'Quests' were 10 closo neighbors 'who gave Mrs, Ranoy a sivoi' coin shower as well as other, gifts. -• Bridne Club 1«leeJs— Tho -"O-Wfi'-Gn"' bridge club mot wit|i Mtts, Ellen Marshall at Irvington lu.^t Thursday. Guests of tl.u 1 clubf were Mrs. Lewis Marshall andi Mrs. Maurice Parsons, i Luncheon fo r Visitor— Mrs. Tiled Chrischilles entertained a t'c'.v friends at a luncheon Friday/for Mrs. Joe Aimer of Dos • Moihc'is. The guests were Mrs. N. C.,i Rice, Mrs. E. J. Mur- lagh, Mrs. ! Eugenic Murtngh, Mrs. G. W. Sti.llmari'and the honoree. Tliu ladiosV 'attended the school art oxhibit 1 in. the afternoon. Country (Hub Luncheon— Mrs. G. \W. Stillnian entertained a , fdw | guests at a luncheon Tluu-pclajy <at the Country club for Mrs.i Joe Auncv. It was an infoi-niul cou.rlesy rind the aftcr- lu.ion WHS. spent socially, Members.' Reception An informal reception was iheJd at the \ Presbyterian manse Wednesdi'ty eveninK, for tho persons who 'entered into full membership, Sunday morning. They were Mr. atnd Mrs. Clyde Thaves, Mr. and Mrs. Don Homingson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ouster, Mrs. Jnmcs\ Murlagh and Mrs. Robert Amiijison. Rev. Gilbert Kiryper gaw a presentation of the history ' of t\ie Presbyterian church, and, Prank Geigel gave a presentation of the history of the local church. Lif,<ht refreshments were 'served, Mrs. Kuyper presiding. ' Eictht Specks Meet- Mrs. W. J. Sigsbce was hostess to tho'"Eight'Specks"-card club Wedhesrlay evening. Mrs. Marie Dutton -.won the high score prixe and Mrs,' Esther Helberg won the chair prize. Blocks Wild 25 Years— I Mr. ;md'iMrs. Max Block were honored at n surprise party last Wednesday'evening in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. The surprise • was arranged by their son, .Lewis, who presented them with' a decorated, two tier cake and flowers. The guests 'presented .the Jilocks with a pnrsc of money,* 4 , " ; ' . ..v'J ,^t Towiiscnd State Convention— . Eleven members of Algona Townsend Club No. 1 attended the state convention of Townsend clubs at Fort Dodge on May 17-181!). Those attending .were "Mrs. A. M. Anderson, Mrs. C. A. Heard, Mrs. Chester Willey, Mrs. Mar- Karet Hauback, Mrs. Arnold Dan- iclson, Mr. oncl Mrs. Dennis Goed- dcrs, Jake Weaver'.and son Bernard, Ed Wolfe and Kenneth Dooley. Mrs. Hedlund Hostess— Mrs. Herb Hedlund entertained her knitting club Tuesday afternoon. Country Chtl) Activities— The first liidles party of the country club season Wfls held Thursday evening with 112 'attend^ iij'!? the dinner. During the evening bridge was played citfht tables' with Mrs. L, J. Reed winning high score pri/c, 'and there was a gin rummy 'tournament at which Mrs. H. L. Gilmore won the prize. Mrs. R. J. Harrington received the chair prize. Attending from out of town were Paulina Saundors, Melva Apt, Betty Mills, Crystal Black-stone, and Vyva Ken- of Fort Dodge. Delia Welter, social chairman for,. was. in charge of the party, assisted by Mrs. Haii-old Fristcdt >and Juno Corey. The next country club activity will be a men's sl>ag Thursday evening, May 23. A ladies party will be held Wednesday, May 20. The first dance of the season is scheduled .for Monday, June 3, .with the John Paul Jones orchestra of Omaha playing. Academy Music Recital — Tho music department o£ St. Cecelia's Academy wMl present its ccr!-ifi-catc class in recital, Wednesday evening, May 22, «t 8 p. m. Mary Alioe Fox, Harold Bode nnd Jr-nnnc Hutchison will receive gold pins 1'or completion of the piano certificate course, and Ramonn Mayer will receive her music emblem in clarinet. Members of this group will be assisted by other pupils of the high school department, Advanced pupils to be heard are Arlene Spilles, Jeanne Loss, Nancy Hutchison and Joan Hoffman on I the piano, and Dolores Devlin, Eileen Thill, Beverly Stebritz, and Mary Joann Esser, vocalists. Other numbers will be given by Bcr- niidettc Wagner, Virginia Miller, Albert Bormann, 'Rose Marie McEnroe, Shirley Capesius, Irene Bischeid, Marjorie Meyer and Mar.jorie Delrick. __AUJONA UPPER upon a Persian Grayer. Rug at the conclusion of the cefewoils'. fia>- kcts of flowers and Ifghtea takers lined ewch side of the fllUO*. The bride is a sister of MJ-S, N. A. Price. An aunt of the two Mrs. C. L. Snycler of Athens, 1*6., was also here for tho wedding. The couple left immediately for, California and Will Inter mrtko' their home tit Akr6n, For "Early-in-the Week SHOPPERS Mother's Best FLOUR (Old Type) Van Caiitp No. A 9K«» BEANS 303 can 4 for £wC Aloon's GRAPEFRUIT «Q_ JUICE. No. 5 can fc*»C Blue Rose I O_ UICE, lb. box IVC California Ati* NEW POTATOES, 10 Ibs H5IC Winesap APPLES, Z Ibs 29c Frozen Foo4 Dept. BLUEBERRIES 12 oz, pkg BRUSSELS SPROUTS, 10 oz. pkg 40c Meat Dept. Fresh Dressed Roasting CHICKENS, lb Burden's Chateau CHEESE, 2 lb. box 33c HAROLDS' FOOD STOR€ Next Door to Iowa Stale Bank Gnilcnfclti-Sanin Wedding — Vernice Mae Geilenfeld, daughter of Mrs. Walter Geilenfeld, was united in marriage to Lowell •Maurice Samp, son of Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, on Saturday, May 18, at 2:30 iat the Trinity Lutheran church. The Rev. L. H. Loesch officiated. The couple attended by Harvey Geilenfeld and Mrs. Russell Kelley. The bride is a 1944 graduate of the Algona high school. She was employed by the OK Rubber Welders before hen.marciage. The groom, who received his discharge from .the navy the first of the year, is a 1939 graduate of the Algona high school, and has bcne farming with his folks. The newlyweds are on a week's honeymoon trip. Sister of Mrs. Price Weds— Gertnub K. Aultman of Akron, Ohio, and Rollin E. Gray of I Mi lea, N. Y., .were united in marriage Thursday May 10, at 4:30 at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev. N. A. Price. The couple stood before a Chin- edflinc banner and knelt LUVERNE SCH CLASS DAY m Lu Verne: The class day ex- .orcises were held Wednesday afternoon at Hie LuVernCjOTWiifW" iurn. Music for the aMrTObtt'-was furnished by Francis^ Merkle .with an accordion solo, a vocal .duct by Barbara Meyefknnd I»e: ,rtoy Miller, vocal music by. the oichtli grade, an eighth grade girls' trio sang, and the senior class sling their class song. The eighth grade -received their diplomas and certificates and awards were presieni&ii to -in* dividunls by the teacher. Ilarley Bray ton read tihe salur .tatpry address, Richard., SteUSS^ .the' class history, Darrei ,'Moedlrtg the class will, William Meyer* ttie class grouch, Robert Hardcoplf, the class optimist, andr Wayne .Sorensbn the class prophecy. Maynard Henderson presented the traditional Mantle arid it;wa$ accepted by the junior classjftfes'i ident LeRoy Miller. - - * At Carroll Meeting On Wednesday, May ; 15,., Rev. and Mrs. L. Wittenburg.anH- delegate Mrs. Anna Hanseljnan and ,Mrs. Elsie Steussy drove' : tb r Carroll, la., to join a gathering, of 271 Lutheran ladies andt a number of pastors representing the Lutheran churches of West Iowa, The following Officers w^re elected: President, Mrs. Shamrock of Vin.ton, la.; vice president, Mrsl Grauer, Marcus, la.; secretary, Mrs. Leo Wehrspahn of West .Bend; treasurer, Mrs. , Charles Graves of Shalor, la.; financial secretary, Mrs. Albert Herman of Boone. •-Of « SbrTtihan -A jjJB>jjj& fifiJA* ,Mrs. Jdhtt SfflftkendOrf.' left Thursday for.'AtgOna'to spe'ricrfl days with her sister. lines left last-week for Can' t&'.bc gone f6t several weeks "?leWInH\'fMrt Vl "* 11 " * **"" ** *"' T * schooUpic- for _ father, who'is"sejio\ii&ly~lir; Mrs. Bert ^atnus, wh'o has toeeti ill fot'Syer^a w ^i was fakeh to tne^Mlrdy AoMbl 'in iMason City" for*- irtedftJal Hreat 1 e MF; aftd iVtfS, Ootlli6b ttfi' ftft.Weni to f Ealrhfont, Mlhrty It fematy- to vraft Lbuie win Ro/ffc cWiteJlli. !« v the everthii r uieir. children. MrS. K6y tiuenpi bfrwest Bend and Carl and Ed. ,wjn o£ tu.V,efjne and tHciL fnm illes made them a visit. Monnay, f meaaay ana vvear day of last week. v tyr, Olsori ™^^.^ veteran's will visit &l* a6^a"'6a- toy IB-SET; and ^Jurie TM| and- will be j l6c^d;iii the JWlsuth courthouse'f^r thoife 1A* .Wfth'rfegata tp Joining tKe, Mri- 'irjfies'. Ift%<*tWee)l-vVisite, atiyoM 'interested in joininig can obtain (information by contacting* the* Marine Corps Recruiting sub-sta- ,U6h, Room 301, postoffice bulld^ ....f' '._r.^', i... y.'.v iV . .-.. j.. _, d Mrs, ft tt; e state .Lion's^ at Waterloo/ and Wedftea Presbyterian Aid Meets The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon at the •homo of Mrs. Jennie Phillips! Mrs. F. I. Chapman, who just returned from a Presbyterian Ladies' Aid conference at Grand Rapids, Mich., told of the highlights of her trip. The next meeting in two weeks will -be at the home of Mrs. Fred Hagist........ '"". Guesis at Whittemore About 30 ladies "from ^the Lutheran Ladies' Aid drove to Whittemore Thursday afternoon, where they were entertained by the Lutheran Ladies A|d. Entertainment for the afternoon house PAINTED CLEANER Pemovcs dirt without mixing, rubbing, rlni Ing cr drying. ' ~- . S-A-V-E at Ohnqsorg/e'a! 11 ' "^ • ' \ 50c Jpana TootK P&tte... 25c Milk of Magnesia. Top^ IPs 75c size I^istenne!. ) Capsules B Complex , ^T (7Qc value) '''' 75c Dean's Pills. 50c size Pal?luni r 69c Perf^ctipn, Hai^d Cream BRING THE COIJRQN FOR ITEMS BELOW! Bring This 25c WHITE w YPk< Walgreen Agency Phone 318 Algona NO ,> V V- • 1> NlckB Out-West in Cresco township, 6 op 7 miles,from town, you' wlljffn'd (he \yaffrier'place. Here" "Nick" Wdgne.r, asslste.'d''hy a'family' 'that' numbers "Only i!Tchlldi;en" as 'Nick'puts it; farms 320, acres'.' 'line,'.' W.afners have farmed on thp.ii 1 , pre'sent place ifpr, abciM.lB/'years. 'flnd, cuirrje'ntly. Nick's principal crofcs'ire cwh and '6ts", but' lie is'ftady'ld jump in;with *W- beans in spine qf the low spots if. the season gets too Xve't; Ifie Wagners miiKTlD'eows/ are'rdjiipg SO plg$ and have about 500 hens! 'As'-for th'e, fiituii.*!,;Nfick says this: "Some,thlpk 1. WM ^tl>l*M> It.iJi'' fl *.~^t*r*t:\tfin rlfi'''\\tl4 T T Jl J\VflVS SUV \V*lf t ' once again my low spots if the seasoti gets 'too \y< milKTlD'eowsV are'rdjiipg SO plg$ an i hensj 'As'-f6r th>, fiitur^,,]Sfick says tl we're hea / din"g.int6;7;-dry\years,"biut ; l ui»til''June and Aye ,ket the floods and' fences go into"the creek'.'*-''" •'•'" Iowa is' Indian for ""This is : the Place;' or; ' T^Vs.i^ic.^s.,fqr:thjis banking^ IhStit^t when' you need bantung; servicq, o^ any v#j$$cs.; to.,haye - ^ th»^ "^f " ' -'-' ''-' .i-./'f- IO A iw HAROLD .. RALPH MJTLIyER, ; Cashier. RQ^ '3M;cMAHpN, A^t,. Cashier, SUit ¥0|F Right flow for "Cotton Dress Sizes 14 to 52 • Bright New Styles! • Lettuce-Crisp Fabrics! • Eye Catcher Colors! • Dainty Trimmings! • Sizes for All! Wrap yqurs«lf in — or ch^s — or a gay Paisley p_rji}tj Stunning, ev«JT onei' .New belts, spii^c smartly med witH' ruchinjr, af P<(f. n^w squre j S|zes for,Miss. es a n VV»men. and pjck yours^i a crop of these You'll, find. * whole summer O f -expe/isyc with trimmintr and only tirhteJier price .-.JEB^fift^^*! **"$£-' 1 - v &

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