The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1946 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 21, 1946
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PAGE Friendly At Fenton Convene Fenton: Friendly Neighbors club met Thursday at the homo" of Mrs. A. H. Meyers and Uizzie. Fifteen members and one guest, Mrs. LlOyd Hutehinson, were* present. During the business meeting the members decided to pack a- parcel for a needy famiy overseas, Lorena and Dorothy Drey 1 * er resigned from the club. Birth- were those of Mrs. Herman Dreyer, Grace Meyers and Mrs. D'otl Weisbrod. Lunch was served by the hostesses. the next-meeting will be with Mrs, Elsie Dreyef and Miss Fldr- enc'e Welsbrod. . Olson Hostess To Bode Club Ladies Bode: Mrs. Orren Olson was hdstess „ to the Bode Women's club Tuesday evening, May 14, •with a good attendance. Mrs. Floyd Torgerson gave a very in* teresting account on Mount Vernon. Miss Mavis Vinge gave two vocal numbers, accompanied by Miss Iva Nell Larson. Mrs.' Guy Olson ,was a guest at the meeting, and also assisted the hostess in serving refrfeshrnents at (the conclusion of the program. Next meeting will be on May 28 with Miss Marie Hefg as hostess at the Leon Gangestad home. WANT AbS BRINGS RESULTS ^^ Skelgas —The original bottle gas, and still, as always, the oid reliable! Phone 221-W or 221 Skelgas & Appliances 208 East State St., Algona H.W. MILLER '-•, •" i ' . COUNTY ATTORNEY Republican Candidate for Re • Nomination An Honest,|Efficient,! andj Economical Administration'of the^ Office of Kossuth County Attorney HIS RECORD DESERVES HJS RE-NOMINATION FOR^THE OFFICE Your Vote in the Primarie$un* J Will be Appreciated A, NAMES NEW OFFICERS, BODE Bflde: Tuesday evehittg, Mky 7, fthe JPTA - met ifl tfte high s'dhool for the last monthly nrtefet* ing of the year. Following, the business meeting Bafbarft Hafd- castle opened the program with a pianb solo. This Wa:f followed by a talk by Mr. Greetl of HuW- boldt county. . Election of officers for the eft-' suing year took place at this meeting which, resulted in the election of Miles Hilmen, president; J. W. Stfhar as vice presi* dent, and Mrs. Betnold Opheirn, secretary and ti-eaSurei*. At the close of the meeting a lunch was served in the home economics, room by a committee of wom'eft. Attends a Shbwer * ' Mrs* Gordon Olson, attended ..a post nuptial miscellaneous shower for her sister held in'the Burnside Baptist church parlors on Tuesday evening, May 13. Friends of Mrs. Clare WerWor- sen, whose .marriage was a recent event, were in charge of the affair. A Birihday Parly Mrs. Miles Helman entertained 16 youngsters Saturday 'afternoon, May 11, in honor of her daughter Sandra's birtlhday. Games were played' during the afternoon, after .w.hich refreshments Were-served. -. j Mr, and Mrs. John Saathqff were recent visitors in Aleona." Mrs. Harold Watson and Nella Satern were recent Algona shoppers. • Mr. and Mrs. Ncls Benjamin spent Mother's day at the Theodore Benjamin Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanson, Mrs.. P. W. Qually and Miss Laila Hanson were in Des Moines Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Pederson and Mrs. Borgma Johnson spent Sunday in Hardy at thfe Harry Pi;derson home. Mrs. O.- T. Larson entertained at dinner Sunday, May 12. Guests were members of her immediate family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Satern and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Satern are spending a two weeks vacation' in northern Wisconsin. Richard Esmay has returned to his home in Chicago after spending a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Esmay. Fretl Benjamin, S 1-c, located on the Island of Guam,,,write! his parents. he . expects .soon ; to leave there headed -for the States. Mrs. L. B. Stoner and daughters Mrs. John Brown.', of .Fo: Dodge and Mrs.. Johh^VSciirpedL. of Chicago -were- Tuesday - visitl . . _ ii •. . m_ ._ . vtr . 11 ~ .*• " x WTII. 1 • '"-u .<3aJ Ol f}_ Woman'* Club At ftmt On " FeHtcm! Til* W«fn*att*9 entertained • at the hflfrte of Mrs, Henry Liftdsfey, wMth' Mrs. Lestef Weisbrod.. as asSiStfrtf httrtfesS Tuesday, May 14, \ 4 t After a dlsetesffth Ori'ttW foofl situation ifl Etttflp^ artrfotldft' was carried that each club member make B cash cdnt|fbuti6ir t6 the food dfiVe. w Mrs. Tatum gave ,\ paper, on "Races of Mank'lM." MM. fltftke 1 reviewed the book, "fllabk Bfiy'," Mrs. Will Weisbr6d gave tw6 in- 2 teresting sketches Of wotheft in our- owrt community who had done OUtstahdiftg Work, The cluB members Were adked' to gueSs whom she wad guessing. Mrs. Mansager had charge 6f the surprise. Lakota Auxiliary Plans Memorial Lakota: ,MeSdameS Will Wirt* jes and .Dave Patterson wcfe hostesses ~to the Legion Auxiliary at the town hall Monday, May 13, with 17 members and two visitors present. Aft article oft Food Conservation was read. Plans were made for Memorial day and committees appointed.' The yearly election will be held June 3. .-."•'..-• Take A Plane Trip L'one Rdck: Mi*. iand Mrs. • j. M. Blancbard left last Wednesday ; for Dos Moines 'where they spent the night and Thursday took a plane for Detroit, Mich., where they will visit their daughter Mrs.- John Flynn, and family. LONE ROCK Mrs; Erick Holland ; entertai cd her- family .of four sons 'an two daughters . with their .farrii.-. lies on Mother's Day, also her two sisters, Mrs. John Rongved and Mrs. G. P. Arne. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Torrence, and daughters Caroline and Patf' ty of Red Oak,, Mrs. J. Johnson and Mrs. Bob Underberg of Humboldt, Dr. and Mrs. • P; W. Qually and Earl Skaugstad of Compton, Calif., were entertained at dinner Sunday, May 12 at the Harold Skaugstad home. Get Letter From Kin After 5-Year Silence WMttemore: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher were pleasantly surprised when .they received a letter from Mr. 'Schumacher's mother, who lives near Cologne, Germanyi .recently. They have not received any news ifvom their relatives for the past five years and were informed that they all came through •this war unharmed. The latt&r Mirs. Schumacher is past 80 years an'd still very active. Mr. and Mrs. John Hatteberg of Ware spent Sunday visiting their daughter, Mrs. Richard Behrends and family. Mrs. Behrands and son Ronny returned home with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cooper of.Algona were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends. Friday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson were Rev. and Mrs. L. Kingma. Two employers,' Fred Westendorf, and ClajrenCe Canady, on the P. M. Christen'; son farm, northwest 1 of Lone Rock, reported they saw 'a deer- Thursday which .came from- ttie, southwest and went west. • ' The Band Mothers met at: the home of Mrs. Ralph Thompson with Mrs. Jim Long, • assisting hostess, Wednesday evening.; '•.'Hie business meeting, was heldjand:'it was decided to send. $5'j for-c£h- to send, overseas.' Mrs. Art' ; Priebe' conducted • th'e-- entertainment for Mrs. Hutzell,',who"is in quarantine. Mrs. W: G. Flaig and "Mrs. Edw. Blanchard'...won the prizes. ' .'. . '-: The Band Brothers entertained the band members, their fathers, ,he faculty, and those taking pi: ano lessons from Miss Lease, at. a party honoring Miss lone .Lease, who is leaving this year; The entertainment consisted'of a saxophone solo -by Mrs. Art Priebe, a son by the quartet, consisting of Mrs. C. F. Schultz, Mrg.-Eldon VTarlow, Mrs. Art' Priebe, and Vlrs. Lawrence Newbrougai There was also group singing; Mrs. W. G. Flaig played two piano solostand a .gift was presented to Miss Lease. Refreshments were served by the Band Mbth* ers, . ':. VMOft mm uxiiuu^v »yc.i, Reid "Iff trfe' Sti* JdS^ 6ph • paWsh, hall Wednesday even-* iflrfrMfty 8.i, The b&flStiet was I byHiw Junior m&therg! u t*» HauptrHlmy Mfs. iGefli .«,...«<' Mw» & M,- QMon, Mrs, foa'Diekman* Mrs. AW'Studer, •- - -je' Wafd,' MfS. Julhis c .., ( , .Jrs, Roy Kleiftpeter, :,' l"6lijr Seller, and Mrs. Viola StUder. .•fhe mehu, decorations artd were'CafHed'out in a schema The 1 program cohsisl||i of'the "Mexican Jufflp^ ihf'BjlK' bV DaVid-Kleinttetet! 'AdflF^by Patfififa , Erdmaft! 'ttoftofia,f by Aye*ry. Mullin; 'VolUhtad^ 1 by Gerald Lichieig and Orvln^LarsOti! "iFiestfi," by Supt. dhaS:'«Mulfin: ahd' "Pil' turfy". b^> Jw« Dlekman and Mrs. R. C. Bauer, Kef son John and his friend,' Millie; SeMiif Of Forest' 1 Cliy:spent' Thursday in Des M6ifie3i fid Hildniatv manager, of the loca'l Farmers. Co-op. Elevator, attended a managers: meeting; at West' B.end,i Thursday evening. G.., L.. Olsoh. came, Thursday front. Califprhia,- -where.' he has <be'en;.ern"ployed ' for • some - -tirnei Mfs,,0lsb l ii' taught in the,grade,'tn- ,the,"public'school. •' • • : Aria:'Je'an\iYe^e, wiho '.is 1 ^taking -n\iirse%' tfainmg'ln'the Mercy >hospital. : in :: Mas6ft i: City; spent the Mothers Day Weekend at 1 her parental Albert : Vegge home. Mrsi,John Brosnahan of. Ohets- w'orth, ,111., visited at the Tom McMahpri, i Tony Hildman, Julie Seller homes Wednesday; She is an-.aunt .of Mrs. L. H. Kent of- Burt, where, she also visited. Ralph Bauer Jr. and Paul Lorenz. returned from Chicago the first of the week,^ where they had gone to meet the former's friend, Lorraine Jarger of 'Wash., D. C. Tlie latter visited at the Bauer •home till Thursday, :when Ralph' took her back to Chicago. AlVin Loebig": accompanied them to Cedar Rapids, Where he met his wife. Paul Lorenz visited a few days at Madison, Wis. Ralph stopped at Fort Madison on his return' trip' and brought his grandmother Mrs". Mary Uhlenhake here for an extended visit- WANT ArtS BRINGS RESULTS MEflTESTP BE A WINNER! BE A CHAMPION! ON tlm i Better Rates Better Service , Si BOHANNON Over 8. tt t.'Co. Phone 103 ••••'• -. • • • ' • . •..,... ' . •. - y. Junior Chamber of Commerce ALL-AMERICAN TODAY* ; Contact or Write ..;; BOB; WILLIAMS, Hub clothiers, Ai g on a/ i a . :-• s •- - ••-.,'-;. '•? ; Openfctb any Kossuthf County Boy > J XourlSoap'Box Derby facer may'be the'one to win the Kossuth Derby, Championship, a free trip to Des Moines, and Akron, 0. " W/N Valuable Awards! Handsome Trophies! FUN! THRILLS! OLMSTED for GOVEHNOB VOTBi PIUMIUUBS Try this Easy Woy fo CLEAN DENTAL PLATES lul. A»k jour K LEE NIT E theBruthku IV«> Get KLEENITE today at PNTB ?IIABBfACY (successor t« A. H. Borchardt) and aU food Pdmse, folks...Have ..... time out for Me&t&fe rtfmhmmt no flay w' nobody VidM* of fun. So the whole-i up when Pld s0«ndl of with Have & for the friendly pause, After that the. job gets eiisier, goe* quicker,

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