The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1946 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 11, 1946
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V" c i. PAGE FOWL ALGONA UP«f ftlS MdftfES, 3, a;..-», Celebrate Husband's Birthday— Mrs. William Ludwig entertained at a party Friday evening in celebration of her husband's birthday. Guests were Messrs, and Mes- dame's Lester Quinn of LuVerne, William- Weber >oC Whittemorej Michael Hofer and Vernell Lud- wi'g. The evening was spent playing cards at which high score prizes wefe won 'by Mrs. Quinn and Mr. Weber and low score prizes 'went to Mrs. Hofer and Lester Quinn. Honor Doiina .feaii Dultort— Several ladies from Lone Rock were co-hostesses with a group of Burt ladies at a miscellaneous shower for Donon .lean Dutton, who is being married to Raymond Nelson. June 16 a 7 o'clock at the Methodist church in Burt. Those •attending from Algona were Mesdames Henry Johannsen, Tom As I am lenvlnn for new work in Illinois, 1 will sell all of my household ffoods at- Auction on .Time 15th, at the Fair Grounds, as listed below. You are invited to be tlicrc! G. A. PAINE AUCTION OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS Saturday, June 15 at the Fail Grounds Beginning at 2 P. M. Gene Hopd, Clerk Lou Matern, Auctioneer Below is a Partial List of the Goods to be Sold: 1—16 foot Boat I—Upright Piano 1—Dining Room Suite (Buffet, Table & Chairs) 1—China Cupboard 1—Sectional Bookcase 1—Coleman Air-O-Gas Stove 1—8 Tube Cabinet Radio 1— : KHchen Cabinet Base "(Stainless Porcelain Top) 1—Pliilco Table, Radio 2—Rocking Chairs 1—Rayboy Heater (like new) 2—Steel Double Beds (one with mattress) I— 1 /! Steel Bed (with mattress) 1—Bedroom Dresser 1—Kitchen Cabinet 1—Child's Steel Set (Table and Chairs) 1—Baby Crib and Mattress (like new) 1—Child's Tricycle 3—Canaries and 1 Cage 1—Lawn Mower 1—Brooder Stove, 500 capacity 1—Garden Cultivator 1—Electric Corn Popper 1 —0x12 Congoleum Rug Dishes ana-Kitchen Utensils Empty Fruit Jars Home Canned Vegetables • —and other articles too numerous to mention! (Please settle all purchases before leaving Fair Grounds) Thursday and Friday This Week Mr.W.F. Ehrhorn Representative of the Associated Hospitals Service Will Be At Iowa State Bank to talk with you about the "Blue Cross" Hospital Care Plan MR. EHRIIORN is coming here to discuss with you in person the plan for which 50,000 people have enrolled. Briefly, the "Blue Cross' 1 Plan provides you with hospital cart—for you, your wife and your children — in case it becomes necessary. The cost is very low—$1.00 monthly for a singfe person; $2.00 monthly for a man, wife and children. Let Mr. Ehrhorn go over the details with you—no obligation, of June 15th Is the LAST DAY for Enrolling in the "Blue Cross" Plan for the Next 6 Months Period! -~ : -,»'g| As of March 1, 1946, the association provided service to 19,489 members, paying hospitals $655.382.78 for care rendered. 83c of every $1.00 c«J|eote4 has been paid or is available for the payment of hospital bills. Come in and meet Mr. Ehrhorn on Thursday or Friday! Reid, Murl Potter, William Bark* er, and Bv H. Potter. The shower was held in the chhrch parlors. On Tuesday .Miss Dutton was given another miscellaneous shower at the Methodist church parlors the hostesses being Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Mrs. Frank Ryerson, Mrs. Harry McCHane, Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff and, daughter Lorena, Mrs. Esther Williams, Mrs. W. B; Officer, Mrs. Florence Schichtl, also an aunt of the bride- elect, and Lurena Wessel. Entertains. Chili— •Mrs. L. E. Hovey entertained hor bridge clu'b Wednesday evening. This closed the series and the low score members entertained the high score -winners at a dinner at Sellers Friday. Following the dinner the group went to the home of Mrs, William Dau to play cards. Members of this club are Mes- d<ames G. D. Brundage, John Dut- lon, William Dau, L. E. Hovey, J. D. Burns, Willinm Becker, Leon Menritt and E. B. Carlson. Past. Matrons Picnic— The Past Matrons club of the O. E. S. held a pot-luck picnic dinner at the Oall stale park Wednesday noon. The committee was Mrs. Maude Free, Mrs. D. D. Monlux and Mrs. Viva Peterson. Mulllnger's Niece Weds— Mrs. William Vv'elner and Jerry went to Burnside Tuesday to attend the marriage of her niece Darlene Anderson, daughter of Mi-, and Mrs. Earl Anderson, to Sgt. Willi-a-m Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brown of Duncombe. The ceremony took place Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock at the Corpus Christ! church, the Rev. Fr. Mallinger performing the service. A breakfast was served to the bridal party at the Wahkonsa hotel, and a luncheon was given at the parental home at Biirnside. Sgt. Brown is stationed in Georgia and 'ho and his bride \yill be -at home there. The bride is a niece of the Rev. Fr. iM-allinger. SWEA CITY FLYER TAKES EX AM FOR CIVIL AIR OFFICE Swea City: Robert Berggren, dtsch'Wgfed army flyer whtJ'saw service in many missldns with th'e Ninth Air Force including 1 - the D- tiay action, left late last week for Chicago where he -expected to toe interviewed concerning -a civil service position involving operation of a control tower on « large air field. Robert, who was graduated from Western Union college a£Le- M-ars shortly before entering the army, has been staying with His father C. F. Berggrtn, since his discharge. v School Supt, Visits— Mr. and Mrs. Waller • McCrary and two children spent Tiiesdlay <and Wednesday with his mother Mrs. Jennie McCrary. From here they went to Elmore to visit tit the parental George Wicks home before returning to Dunbar, where Walter has ibeen superintendent of the consolidated school. As soon as living quarters oan be secured, they will move to Sioux Rapids where he will be high school principal. Beel-Side Parly— A bed-side parly was given for Mrs. H. D. Hutchins Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hulchins fell several weeks ago, suffering a broken hip, which will keep her bedfast for some lime. A pot-luck supper was served, the guests being Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cowan, Rev. and Mrs. John Clyde, -and Mr and Mrs. A. L. Long. Idle Hour Club- Mrs. F. E. Sawyer entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. This js the Idle Hour club. Celebrate Birthdays— In celebration of their birthdays Mrs. D. D. Paxson and Carol Ann Lindholm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lindholm, enterlained informally at a tea Friday -afternoon. Adult guests were Mrs. Paul Lindholm and Mrs. Frdd Geigel. ^he juvenile guests were Sandra Elwo»d Janetljaibraith and Darlene SKS^i^m. T- , , ( (; D. A. R. Picnic-^ , The members of the i>. A. R. are having a picnic Friday, Ju«, e 14 at Ihe Call stale park Attend "Pixie Sisters" Meeting- Mrs. Henry Phillips and Mrs. W. C Taylor were Alrona ladies who attended Ihe meeing of the "Pixie Sisters" at Sexton Thursday. The committee were Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Henry Steven and Mrs. Bert Saunders. Li-»ht refreshments were served after -an afternoon spent playing games. The members of the previous year were called "Mystery Sisters' 1 and Ihe name chosen for Ihe following year is "Who's Who". At the one meeting per year, the names of the secret sister is revealed, and new names and their anniversaries are distributed. Mrs. Mary King Dies In California Friends of Mrs. Mary Ring will be sorry to learn of her death Monday, May 25, at Glendale, Calif., where she has been making her home the past 20 years with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McNeil, nee Inez Ring. Another daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stull, live in Glendale. Death was caused by a cerebral hemorrhage. Funeral services were held Friday, May 1, and burial was made at Forest Lawns, Glendale. Mrs. Ring was past 80, but had been quite active and had visited in Algona and vicinity last summer, being a house guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes. She returned to California in October following the two months visit here, at which time she also visited her sister Mrs. Ida Adolphson, Bancroft, and with former friends at Manson, where she and her late husband, Charles Ring, had lived until his death. After her husband's death, Mrs. Ring went to Bancroft and for 15 years of the 20 years she lived there, she taught in the grade school. She had planned a little on coming to Algom for another visit this summer. Esther Charlotte Smith spent the latter part of last week in Minneapolis where she visited friends. Mrs. Renn Kluger and baby of Des Moines returned home the fore part of this -week after a two weeks visit at the home-of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kluger. Buell Pearson left Tuesday for St. Louis, Mo., after a week spent at the home of his father Olof Pearson, during the last illness and death of the mother. His sister Bernice planned to return lo her work in Omaha on Friday or Saturday. ; Mrs. Clare Erickson of /Alh-am- bra. Calif., will arrive the 12lh for n monlh's visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Erickson is the widow of the late George Erickson of Swea City, who engineered several large scale drainage projects in northern Iowa -some years a.2o. Mrs. Curtis Kluger and daughter Deloris left by Irain from Aleona Thursday morning for Seattle, Wash., where Ihev will spend a month with -their daughter and sisler Elaine. Elaine has been making her home in Sealtle since receiving an honorable discharge from the Waves last fall. Lucille Montgomery of Detroit, her sister Mrs. Kenneth Letcher and Ihree -sons of Alexandria, S. D., and their brother Floyd of New York arrived at the ..narenfal James Montgomery home'late last week for-a few days,.visit Lucille is employed as typist at the Chrysler motor plant in Detroit, while Floyd has just been discharged from the merchant- marines. ' Parttattd Twp, Girl Fly* Msittfe Ffem j June 8th Portland: Betty* ' Steward ft. N., JefferSbn Barracks, St, LbulS, Mo,,- flow to Mason' City Saturday, June 8. Her parents Mr. and Mrs. RdSctre' Stewart met her there. Betty has n week's vacation from her duties at the veterans .hospital, after six months work there. There Was a. Stewart reunion and picnic dinner at Rbs- coe Stewart's Sunday, June 9. Special guests were Betty and Mr. and. Mrs. Leroy Burger,, NeW York. _ ^ WM. ERPELDING TO WEDNORINEAREND St. Joe: Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church Sunday for William Erpelding, son of Mrs. John Arend, 'and Norine Arend. St. Benedict, daughter of John Arendi Pre-Nuptlal Shower— A pre-miptial coin shower was •given Sunday, June 9, for Agatha Thilges in the St. Joseph's hall at 1:30 p. m. Court-whist was enjoyed by the guests. High score went to Mrs. M>ary Lentsch and low to Mrs. Harold Reding, Mrs. John Bornrann received the door prize. A delicious lunch was served to -?ome 200 guests. Miss Thilges will be married to Wilfred Schneider, Watkins. Minn., in St. Joseph's church Tuesday June 18 at eight o'clock. Capcsius Transferred— T-»5 John Capesius was transferred from Selfridge Field, MJch., to Forl Leavenworth, ICans. Attend 4-H Rally— • The nine members of the River- rl-nle Rustlers <I-H club and their lender Mrs. .T. M. Patterson at> ended 4-H Rally Day at Burt Frid:iv. June 7. Betty J'ane Bonrrrann •w'as elected countv 4-H secretary. The club won -a blue ribbon for a perfect score in the picture mem- ory'contpst. Thelma Bormann and Verona Kayser received a diploma of graduation from 4-H club work and a tinner weight awarded by station WNAX, Yankton, S. D. Mrs. S. 3. Stflhle attd, son Vefn* on recently arrlvfed frofti washing- tohi -D", C., ahd.wei'e guesls of Mr, and Mrs, Gebtige Mahoney. Mrs. Stahlfe te 'a.'si'Mer «f Mrs. Mahoney, Mrs. Stahlg mdVed Saturday Ifito rooms which she 'had reserved. In her home on W. Nebraska sfreet. Verrio'n went ffbm 'h'6're to Minneapolis' fof a visit wltfi his father- in-la'W ffrank Allison, his ttfitjle W. G.' Zeimer,'>arid his cotisln MrS. Ollte' Kell. Mrs. SteHle will remain in Algona fbr at least a couple of months, and possibly may decide iff' remain for the winter. FflendB 6f Joe Shepnerd will be interested ,in. learning that twin boys were -born to him and his wife April 23 at Omaha, where Joe is engaged in the furniture business. The boy's have been named .Joe and Steven. The Shepherds have two daughters, Susan arid Sally, aged 7 arid 4. The Shepherd family lived in Algona many 'years and Joe at' tended schrtol here, and after graduation: attended Creighton college. Th^ elder Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd are /deceased. Their daughter and her husband* Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Godfredson live on a farm near Algona. Mrs; Joe Shepherd; is an: Omaha 1 girl 'whom Joe met while at Creighton. . . Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster .returned Monday from Arlington, where they attended a family reunion held Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green spent a day in Des Moines last wee kon business. Mrs. Almirn Green, mother of Lloyd, went to Onida, S. D., last week for an extended visit with her sister Mrs. Maude Knus. HOSPITALS , •Jtfne 3: OerHfi- W&feefV Whitte- ,mori, appendectotrtjyv, . > ' JUne 5: Aflette Kiassie, flton-- ka, accident, fracture; Mrs.' Leo Gardner, Algona,- girl. • Jurie 0: Mrs. John- Souffham, AJgdna, boy, . ' JUne 7: B. t Buftingttm, Ti* 'tonka, medical.' ' ' JUe n8: Mrs, Walter Rich, Al- gonfi, boy; Donald Olaser, Al* gone*, tonsillectorny; Martin Pet-- ersoh, Algona, medical. JUne 9} Rog<sr J-,ee Anderson, Swea, City, appendectomy, 1 GENERAL HOSPITAL June 4: Dorothy Lewis, AU gond, tonsillectomy. Jlinb 6: Phyllis Stiets, Brltt, appendectomy. Jtine 8: Mrs. MaJtlne 1 surgical. ...... „ ...... Bond Sates Continue , . While the redemp'tidrt of U. S, OoVer-firfleftt bonds iff s6mc areas has exceeded new sales, that- Is not the case In Kossuth county. In April a total of $207,950 in Savings Bonds were sold, While $101792 in bonds were redeemed, a report from I). S. Savlhgs Bonds Division f Des Moines, states, "* Legion Ballroom , BANCROFT Friday, June 14 ;-; CARL BEAN Writer of "Scatterbrain," "Sa£ When", "Charming Little Fakir." Tuesday, June 18' "Skipper" Berg No Restrictions On FURNACES &dm* Models AvatlabU Now tttnf tanlllM will W' tnjftylni toon th«t new prs-w«f qu»l!tj? Otftrt Calonltl Fumiice they've been ««ltlnj for. HAVE YOU PLACED YOtJ&bRrjB It; Hot, do It qulcklyi Ihe demlnd hetvlef th'tiv the Im-. te. . . . medial* lupply — but I you'll «1w*yi be gltd I you, wilted for • Qreen Colonlil '.'• Furntce. See ui tod«y. ,'. Whetfief y o u pfjfei- 1 coil, oil or «i tnere'i"' • ipeclnlly deilgned Oreen Colonltl Furnace »• Ifliuri your comfort,. COAL Laing& ..,..„ Phone 464 IX.. Dodge St. f.v Alaona. Iowa ; More Algona Several naval personnel, on ma> 4ive duty at present, have been contain by the navy department wiUu., re g ar d to their willingness to reT.H-.ri to temporary active duty in case t,t a national strike of merchant seamei., njated to develop June 15. The War Shipping Administration asked the navy to supply crews to operate merchant ships if a strike develops, and Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal replied by issuing a call for volunteers from among men released since the end of the war. In the meantime, the navy announced the release from service of three local men: Irvin J. Olson, PhM3-c, 802 South Moore St. Lt. (jg) Andrew W. Putenney, and Jim Dailey, seaman second class, 404 South Moore St. D. M. Norton, Once Resident, Succumbs D. H. Norton died Monday at 3:15. at his home in Atlantic. Funeral services are being held at 1:30' in the afternoon Wednesday at the Baxter Funeral Chapel at Atlantic. Mr. Norton, who lived in Algona a few years, was field man for the Aetna Life Insurance Co. He.had 'had major surgery a" short while ago ,but had recovered considerably. His death was-'oolite' a-'shock to his family^ and to friends who knew him here. , Swea Gity Conclave The Northern Association pi the Iowa Baptist convention will bold its annual meeting at the Baptist church, Swea- City Wednesday, June 12. Talks, t special missionary lecture, and ~*her features are arranged foi tire «.M,day session, starting at 9:15 a. JV.yyjth registration. LuVerne Girt : Vy>.ris Miss Maxine Guy, V .^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. , Guy of LuVerne, became thi bride of Leonard Collins, Ren wick, in a ceremony performee last Sunday at Renwick. Th couple will be at home in Hum boldt after a wedding trip. READ THE WANT ADS WORTH WAITING FOR Tne1946 CHRYSLER Soroptimist Guest Mrs. Victor Samson was a guest speaker at the Soroptimist luncheon Wednesday at the hotel. She spent the past year or two in Florida and was engaged in Red Cross work at the station hospital at the Boca Raton army air base. She gave an interesting account of her experience in the hospital. Antone Johnson Home Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson returned Thursday from Rochester, wheye the former had bfen a patiepjt since eaj-Jy, in March. Jte is recovering njcely now ai- ter two major operations, but >t will be six weeks or two months before he can resume his business activities. He is a representative of the Northwestern Mutual. 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