The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 18, 1946
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PAGE FOUR_ LAKOTA AMVETS' AUXILIARY PLANS A SERVICE HISTORY Lakota: The Auxiliary of Am- vcts met last week Wednesday evening in the town hall with Mrs. Andrew Boeckelman and daughter Henrietta as hostesses. This was the third anniversary for the organization. One of the purposes for organization was to keep a complete record of each .sei vice man and they would now like to have two pictures and a history to accompany the pictures of each service man, and are asking the cooperation of each man or his family in securing these within the next month or by July 15. One set of these will go to the county history bo6k and then be sent to the state' Historical Building in Des Mouses',? for permanent preservation. The extra picture will be used by the Auxiliary to compile a history book for the La- kbta library. Please send pictures and history , to the local keeper-of records, Mrs. Jerry Heetland at Lakota. Pre-War Service Resumed at Elk Cleaners Beginning this week we will make one morning pickup and one late afternoon pickup and delivery each day of the week in any part of the city. With modern equipment and added employees we can now offer you pre-war service again. PHONE 330 LK CLEANE Mi-, and Mrs. Otto Kelly of Grant and son Emerson visited at the Clyde Sanders last week Sunday. Mrs. William Schroeder has been in a Port Dodge hospital the past week for observation and treatment. The Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Busehman drove to Woden last week Monday for a reception for the Rev. and Mrs. Kingler. Mrs. Mabel Converse, Minneapolis, left this week for her home following a visit with her father Arthur Hasting and her sister Audrey Hastings. A 7-lb'. 1-07,. daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Koppen ;it the Buffalo Center hospital last week Monday, June 10. She has been named Carol Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Thciscn and their daughter and husband Mr. anil Mvs/Tony Wibben ot Monk-video Minn., recently spent a week at La Crossc, Wis., visiting Mr. Theisen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Guernsey, Los Angeles, Calif., spent several days visiting at the W. E. and W. D. Ley homes. They arc on their way to Philadelphia and New York City. Mr. Guernsey is a nephew-of W. K. Ley. The Rev. Henry Knoploh and family of Woden and the Rev. Alfred Mardorf and family, Ti- 'onka, were supper guests of the Kcv. and Mrs. F. F. Darnauer and helped them celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary last week Monday. Recent dinner guests at the C. C. Ger/.emas Sunday, June 2, were Mr. Gcr/eina's cousin, Fred 3thrends and wife of Buffalo Center. Mrs. Behrends, an English fiirl, recently arrived in this country to join her husband, an e.x -service man. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Noble and daughter Jean Ann'of Baraboo, Wis., came Thursday for a visit with Mr. Noble's sisters, Mcsd.imcs F. G. Torino and J. II. Wai:burton and their hus- luinds and the Harry Warbur- lons of Elmorc, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Krall drove ..AtdONA Amvet Unit.* To Send Netlierlatidf Families, Supplies Wesley: The United Service Women met Thursday evening with a good attendance!. , Mrs..L. L. Pfeffer, president,, feportpd that the name of the organization had been changed He) Auxiliary of the Amvets. They,voted to donate $25 to • the' Park improvement p*an. Mrs.; v Pfeff er gave a report oh the , county U. S. W. picnic held at,' 1,we Call Park at Algona June.4..Mrs. Erma Kunz, Mrs. Josie Ward, and Mrs. Olivia Erdman.also attended the picnic. . ' ,, ,. Relatives are asked tcrtake the pictures of the service;.men put of the First National bank window, where they have been displayed for several years. The building has been 'sold-to Ed and Alvin Loebig. . • Mrs. J. A. Riggs was elected chaplain of the County Auxiliary of Amvels at the June.'4.meeting and picnic. Mrs. Hugo; Fagerlund of Swea City \va? elected president; Mrs. Martin Becker of Burt, vice; Mrs. Russell .Winter of Lakota, 2nd vice; Mrs. Henry Sherman, Algona,, n treasurei-; Mrs. Bruce Sandberg, Algona, historian; Mrs. James Nyman, Swea City, sergeant »tv arms. A county meeting will, be held here the second Tuesday,Jn October. 7' ' The organization h'as""fcceived the names and addresses! .Of; three families in the Netherlands to which they will send boxes, of clothing and other articles..: Servers at the July H .meeting will be Mrs. Louis Simpson,,Mrs Clare Robinson, Mrs. Gco."Hanig and Miss Beatrice Hildman. ALGONA IOWA. Tells Rural Youth to fake Serious Yiew of •Youth Looks at Marriage" was the theme of the Kossuth Rural Young People's meeting at the Seneca school Wednesday evening, June 5. Rev. Peterson of the Lutheran church of Seneca addressed the group, Saying that marriage is an institution Which must be taken seriously. You can't build your future alone on light merry moments of youth," he warned. Roll call was answered by 42 members, each stating one good quality of a life partner. ,,.,,. Eugene Drager explained the rules for the county, sports festival to be held June 25. The rural youth group will operate a refreshment stand. Eugene Drager was appointed chairman of the refreshment stand committee with Lester Elaine, James McEnroe, Virginia Zeigler, Irene Drager, and Fidelia Skow assisting. The R. Y. P. boys and the men of the young married group will engage in a game of baseball at the festival. The girls have challenged the Young Married Women to a game of softball at the event. Plan August Camp Phyllis Kain reported on the recent meeting at Spencer to plan the annual Rural Youth camp at Camp Foster August 24, 25, 26. Kossuth county will have charge of "Talent Night" at the camp. / A letter from Cliff Carlson, vice president of the organiza- tion, Wfts rqad to the group. Cliff has be.e'n ill f6f sdrhe time but is recovering and it is hoped that he'will b0 able, to' Attend meet- 1ft gs again sdort. Errol Peterson and Gerald Soderberg Were tr). charge of recreation. Baseball and outdoor games provided the evening's entertainment. ' ,v N«w M«mb«fft Added New members and guests attending were Warren Anderson, Harold Bode, Gerald Brown, Leon Benschoter, Eileen Wingert, Thelma. .Oppedahl, Alice Mary Inman, Paul Bernhard, and Ramona Mayer. The Palo Alto Junior Farm Bureau has issued invitations to the Rural Youth groups of Cherokee and Kossuth counties for a dance at Emmetsburg June 12. Many of the Kossuth group plan to attend. • " Neva Albright's application has been accepted for the Rural Youth Tour of the West beginning June 30 and ending July 13. Far To Be Sold at Public TUESD NE25, Starting at 2 Reunion At Lewis Larsens Of Burt Burt: Mrs. Lewis Larson en- .ertained a group of relatives at a family reunion last -week Sunday. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rasmusscn of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gerdes and family, Sheffield,, Mr. and. Mrs. Gene James and family of Emmctsbure. Mrs. Jack'Wolf of Fresno, Calif. The ladies were nieces ot Mr. Larson. Mrs. Waff remained until Monday. Burt Eastern Star,; \ Has Memorial Rite' Burt: A special Memorial-s'ert vice was held after thecEastern- Star meeting last Tuesday evening. The service, which .was written by several of the members,-was very good. • The committee in charge consisted of Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill, Mrsiil Wallet CJampney, and Mrs.-:Gj.< P.-:Haw- cStl. At the 'incetm.giop'r.eceainf the service two members. .were initiated into the order;.:- Lively Rockets, 4-H, Lone Rock, Meet Lone Rock: The Lone Rock Lively 1 'Rockets 4-H club met at the home of Joan Zwiefel Tuesday afternoon with ten members Joan Zwiefel, Phyllis Mitchell, Carrol Anna Thompson, Marvel and Delores Schmidt, Lucille Decker, Betty Person, and Betty Shaser, their leader, Mrs. Clinton Decker, and two visitors, Agnes and Patricia Quinn, and guest Miss Lillian Peckham of Algona who showed them how to make booklets to keep their 4-H notes in. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting wiL be held July 16 at the home of Elnora Schadendorf. Carol . Dee Jergenson, smal daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mur Jergenson, had her tonsils re moved at. Burt last Wednesday morning... They brought he home Thursday. H.W. POST DRAY AND TRANSFER STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long distance hauling. • Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. , Ws Are to Assist You Through Oiiir Property Improvement Plait Home Modernization Investigate This Plan Now If You Contemplate Building or Modernizing Come in and Talk It Over •••* F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 Upper Des Moines Want Ads Bring Results. "A CITY STORE WITH COUNTRY PRICES" KICMAIMISOS Across from the Court House Description of Property ^m ^~ — Three quarter sections and one 120-acre farm, all in Twelve Mile Lake Township, Emmet County, Iowa, about (i miles northwest of Graetlinger, Iowa, described as follows: NE'/i of '24-08-34 Tenant, Ed Fan-is Tart of SE'/i of 29-98-34 Tenant, Roy Anderson NW'/i of 24-98-34 Tenant, Clifford Stueve SW/4 of 25-98-34 Tenant, Gilbert Stueve Well improved, full set of buildings, including electricity, except one farm does not have electricity. HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE SOIL. Sale to start at 2:00 P.M. on the NW J /i of 24-98-34 tenanted by Clifford Stueve, all farms to be sold on these premises. TERMS— $2,000.00 on date of sale, balance March J, 1917, when possession will be given. Adolph A. Spies GRAETTINGER, IOWA to Mason City last Sunday, taking Mrs. Krall's sister p'a.rt way on her way home after a' three weeks visit here. Thby 'ehcqunV tered the rain and hail ; sHofni between Forest City and Thompson on their way home! Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Tripp from Laudcrdale, Fla., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith from Saturday to Tuesday. They were Sunday evening dinner guests at the W. E. Leys. Tracy is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Tripp, pioneers of L.akqj.a, who now live in Kansas.:Tracy is cm T ployed as assistant postmaster in the postoffice in Lauderdalc. Gtt Homt Comfort lint Laito • Houittime wit^^'; EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phoni ui todty CowanBIdgSnpplyCo. Phone 275,'' " ALGONA, IOWA Iowa Trust &• Savings Bank, Emmetsburg, Iowa, Clerk Reeves and Grodland, Auctioneers 23-24p4 ORDINARY LIFE .... • can be Lifetime Payment or a • Paid Up Policy by leaving the dividend! to accumulate—or an • Endowment by leaving the dividend] to accumulate. It It tht M«if for Your Men*y Ifl 111* Iniurauet SPECIMEN RATES PER $1000.09 Age 5.........,.$11.88 annually 1 " Age 20 15.59 annually Age 35... 23.32 annually Age 45 33.98 annually IOWA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY P|S MOINSS, IOWA \V. H, I'uttersou Buffalo Center O.W.Hurt "' Irvington CORN DETASSLERS Men, women, boys and girls, 16 years of age and older who are interested in detasseling corn for the ; . •• ; j ........ Pioneer Hi-Bred Com Co. of Algona are asked to register by st JULY I ill . Those qualified and registered prior to July 1st will receive first call. Those \Jfho register late will be called if and when they are needed Transportation will be provided from all areas where registrations justify ". ' •> * \ Sign up NOW at one of the following locations: Burt _______ - ____ Nealy 's Hardware • i • Bancroft ____ - - ___ Murray Elevator Lone Rock _ _ ______ Blanchard Store Ledyard . - -Standard Service Station Fenton ___________ Fenton Drug Co, Lu Verne _______ Lu Verne Pharmacy Whittemore _ Schumacher D-X Station Swea City — Citizens Service Station Ringsted ------- Andreasen Grocery Algona ----- U. S. Employment Office Farm Bureau Office Barry's PIONEER HI-BRED CORN COMPANY Algona, Iowa Phone 95

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