The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 18, 1946
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TUESDAY, JUNE 18,1946 B0DE SOFT BALL HAGUE PROVING AtOTOFFUN Bode: The Bode Community club is sponsoring a farm-town league, softball, for the summer mdhths on the high school diamond, and will have gnmes every Tuesday and Thursday evening. There are two town teams, ahtj two farm teams, known ns the 'oast /and west town loams, and the east and west farm teams, captains and co-captains are", (is follows: East town, Art Jensen and Milton Kinseth; west town, Max Shelton and Duane Suathoff. The east farm team, Fr<jsty Olson and Mark Rolland, and the west farm team, Clyde Cooper and Harjan Bergc. Opening league game between the west side farm team and the east side town team was played Tues- di?y evening, June 4 with a score of '6 to. 4 in favor of the west side farm team. _ALGONA imi MJOWES, ALCANA TOWA. -fi&Qffi Hedurns From Fishing !E>r. P. W. Qually, Dr. A. J. Erickson of Fort Dodge, and Rob- out 'Oak have returned from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota near International Falls. They crossed into Canada, and spent a couple of days sightseeing. Beck From Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Orville Olson have returned from their wedding trip. Enroute home they attended graduation exercises at St. Olaf's college. Norlhficld, where Orville would have been one of the class, had he not en- .listed in the army. Mrs. Olson is the former Marguerite Oppedahl of Godlficld and was a teacher in the Bode schools for two years. Goes to California Maurice DeWitt left Wednesday evening on the Challenger from Boone for North Hollywood, Calif., where she will spend her summer vacation with her aunt, living there. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Salern and Eleanor Satern were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marse near Rutland. Miles Selmen, Henry C. Olson, E. M. Ellingson and Milton Kinseth have returned from a week's fishing trip :at Leech Lake, Minn. Mrs. J. B. Jacobson attended church services in Ottosen Sunday, spending the clay at the home of her son Sylvan Jacobson. Miss Arlene Gunderson is spending a two weeks vacation visiting afthe home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mads Gunderson. Captain and Mrs. LeRoy Enger have returned from three weeks vacation trip spent in Northern Minnesota, Canada, and Montana. I Mr, and Mrs. Lee Lybarijer Ijii-so, returned i'rcm Mason City, ere they attended the Bank- It, rs Life convi-nliDn held there fiom June 5 \~> V. , Mrs. Walter Bohls and twin ""'daughters of Marble Rock have ' returned to their home after a week's visit at the home of her mother Mrs. Beatta Kinseth. Mrs. Maurice Larson, Mrs. Alfred .Vaag, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rood have returned from Minneapolis, where they attended the W. M. F. church conven- i tion 'held there during the weok • of June 10, ISO Olson Claw Members At Picnic In Algona, June 9 ' The Olson clan of Bode numbering 154 held their annual picnic at the Algona fairgrouhds Sunday, June 9. Ole M. Olson, 91, was the oldest member present. Members of the family tree from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson and Oscar Olson, Duncombe, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pederson, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chaplin and daughter of Eagle Grove, Henry Olson and family of Humboldt, Mr.}. Amanda Tweclt and daughter of Long B'jach, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Leland Tompleton and daughter and Melba Olson, Evansville, Ind., Mrs. Osborne Rolland and son Manley of Melroy, Minn. Following the picnic dinner, a ball game soon was in progress and there were supervised games for the children. President of the Olson clan is Maurice Ansh- eim and secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Carlyle Hnlsrud. Many Bode Folks At Opheim Services Bode: Those in attendance at the Memorial Day services held in Ames Sunday, Jan. 9, for Jas. Opheim, navy air man and former resident of Bode, were: Mr. and Mrs. Bernold Opheim and sons Dennis, Dick and George, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Opheim and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Olson, "Jimmy" as he was familiarly known here, was officially dead on April 1, 1946. The plane on which he was on, after an attack on a Japanese battleship, was seen to nose into the sea. MRS. HOLDREN IS CLUB HOSTESS Four Corners: The Four .Corners Mothers and Daughters club met at the homo of Mrs. Orville Holdren on June 13 with Mrs. Violet Walker and Mrs. Rose Sabin assisting. Twenty-eight 'members and ten visitors were present. It being Guest Day each member took a guest. Roll call was answered with what each one received during the past year froni her secret sister and who they thought she was. Games were conducted by Hcrlinda Kirsch, Jacqueline Miller played two violin selections. A talk was given' by Miss Kain on her experiences as an army nurse. Members disjjlaycd old articles such as dishes and clothing, some being over 50 years old and oripinally from 'Eng'land and Scotland. Lunch was served by .the hostesses. The next mect- inf will be held with Mrs. Orville Holdren with Mrs. Keith Stevens assisting on July 11. Visitors 'For Week Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barringcr, •Elgin, 111., spent last week with Mrs. John Rich and Mrs. George Lee, sisters of Mrs. Barringcr and her mother, Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Algeria. They'wer-j enrjule home from Minneapolis, where they visited With anolhei sister, Mrs. Marso. 70 Aiiend Shower A miscellaneous shower was held at the V. F. W. hnll, Algona, June 12, for Mary Joyce Rich with 70 guests present. The afternoon was spent at 'games and visiting after which the bride-to- be unwrapped many lovely gifts. Hostesses were: Mrs. Nettie •' Mrs. Herman Lindevfnan, Mrs. Violet Walker, Mrs. John Sabin, Mrs. Minnie Wilson, Mrs. Olo'hh Cowing, Mrs. .Merlon •Ohrlstdn- sen and Mrs. Edward Rich. Miss Rich will 'be married to Earl ! ,'P. Gappa at Cecelia's Catholic church Saturday, June 22, at 8 Mrs. Myrtle iHaynes has beeji in the neighborhood the past wedk and .attended a family reunion Sunday. ' A week ago Sunday Mrs. Leo DeMuth, her son and gratfd- daughter of Milford visited , at the C. N. Robinsons. •• Mrs. Ray Smith assisted' at a shower for her niece, the former Jacqueline Person, : Lone Ropk, last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Robinson visited Sunday at the Earl Rbb- inson home, Spirlt,,Lake. Karl, who is a brother at C. N., Has been very ill lately.!' Phyllis Rich, graduate .nurss of Mercy hospital, Des Moiiles, came home Tuesday, June .10,Mo spend a three weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich. Fred Plumb left Thursday .afternoon ,for Sioux City as a delegate to the State Encampment,of ithe V. F. W. He returned Sunday. Fred is commander-in-chief of the V. F. W. Post tdf Algona. Burt Men Attend Grand Lodge Meet Burt: G. P. Hawcotit and O. .H. Graham were :iri' Des Monies' from Tuesday to Thursday attending the Masonic Grapd Lodge meeting. Mr 4 , Hawcott went as a delegate from Kossuth Lodge No[ 540 A. F. & .A. U.,i This new Engine Clean-up Program may be the one thing that will keep it in there pitchin' While new cars ate -far' from plentiful, these days, we are beginning to aeo theni, and that'means ypur.^ld, one is nearing the close of its long pull. ' '" '• ' ••-• rw*t<.^. , But this final stretch can be the hardest. Chances are the engine is dirty. Stickyideposits, long accumulating in that old engine, mny suddenly clog the oiling system— w^th disastrous results. To meet the situation, your Standard Oil Denier offers a new, economical, five-point Engine Clean-up Program. It includes the use of two remarkable new Standard Oil Products—Slano-Purge and Stano-Vim —which do an effective cleaning job without requiring expensive dismantling of the engine. New, economical, 5 point Engine Clean-up Program You're Invited to Attend the Algona 1946 SOA The Biggest Sporting ** • f mi %/ enisie Event of the Year—FRii I Stano-Puree— Purges crank- casc ana engine. Cleans oil screen. Kcmovc.t deposits tending to clog oil lines and channels. Stano-Vim — Placed in carburetor nir intake, it cleans out deposits in valve area. Restores pop, power, smooth engine oj>erntion. 3 Oil Change—Oil Filter no- placement. Fresh oil nl- wnya helps keep un engine clean. A clean (liter kee|>n the oil clean. 4 Radiator Flushing—Old en- Rinua need olliciont cooling. S pan Belt Check-up—A worn belt is an unwise- risk, At your Standard Oil Dealer's Shop refreshed... Haye a Coca-Cola , , , the friendly fame makes •& ehweseemfttn Wlaen ghppping, y$u e&n get one thing yeu-sjidn't baipm taajpt tired w& tWretyi ffcat'e the ta»s to-«njoy the Jrieadly with ice-cold Coca-Cok at the, familiar red copier. It's % grand chance to park your worjries ferine refreshing wotneftt aad he sociable. one steps up with a gpje 4t the' invil»tje» Have a 8QTHEP ¥W« AUTHORITY QF THE COCA-CQl* CPUPANY IV gPPINGS COCA-COtA POTTMNQ COMPANY low* 10 A. M.—Weighing In Ceremonies, State Street 1 P. M.—Parade of Entries, State Street 2 P. M.—Racing Events, on Highway No. 18 Free Street DANCE 9P.M. to Midnight Street Carnival RJDES SHOWS FVN3 Two Solid Block* of Amusement*, South and East of the Courthouse Open Wednesday Night Afco Tfe* iMng Events will be held on Highway 1 8, just west*rf C, & N, W ing, starting *t 2 p. m. But don't miss a tingle feature . . . bring the kid* , of the year for them ! T*wP*r*de ol Entries will include Boy Scouts, Bands, and all the glamour of *n l»dwn*poli« Speedway Event. Algona Stores to Cfote at I p. m. Sponsored by The Algona Junior Chamber of eomn^ p ce .-, ^r^V'if 5.:-

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