The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1946 · Page 9
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the ALGOJt A UPPER DBS MOINES Second Section Tuesday My 9,1946 LuVerne Postmaster Has Heart Attack L. UCHTY MUST 1 REMAIN IN BED IOR TWO WEEKS .| Lu Verne: Several persons in 'Hhc comtntlity nve quite ill at ! their homes, among them are Postmaster J, L, Luility, Who suffered a heart attack and will have to remain in bed for two •weeks. Mrs. F. W. Tiede is very ill at her. home as the result of a stroke. Max Block is ill with heart trouble. Fred Fritzemier is confined to his home with arthritis. . W. S. C. S. Meeiirtg The general W. S. C. S. of tht Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. George Wolf, Mrs Nels Jensen, Mrs- Merlin Cody Mrs. Wilson Legler, and Mrs Arrfil Anderson as hostesses. Mrs Ralph Davidson led the devo tional period and the lesson was given by Mrs. William Goetsch. At Whiltemore Fourth Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engel ana Meredith and Mr. and Mrs. Asian Steussy and Dick attended thi Fourth of July celebration in Whittemore, where Frank Mile of Des Moines was a speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Rainus am Mr. and Mrs. Orval Ramus .spent several days'fishing in, Minnesota. Mrs. Elsie Steussy spent several days visiting relatives and friends in Clear Lake and. also received medical treatment; Mrs. H. E. Peitzke spent a few days in Eagle Grove visiting at the home of her daughter and son-in-law Mr, and Mrs. F. W. i Thompson. • Miss Ava Chambers of Seattle, Wash., spent a few days .visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hof. Miss Chambers is an aunt :of Mrs. Hof. ... Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family of Whittemore were guests Thursday at the home of .his mother Mrs. Max Meyer and other relatives. , * Harold Riley of Waterloo spent from Thursday until Sunday visiting at the home of her,, uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.; Art Riley and with other relatives. V ' \ Saturday evening,'July; 13, is the date set by the ladles of-, thi Cemetery association.; for - the! 'doughnut and coffee: sale .Which 'will be held in the cjtyvhallv i^fr.--' Marjories ' pent several days visiting at the lome of her sister and brother* n-law and Mrs. Harvey Will and ilso'at the Frank Sanford home. .The Cemetery Association will hold Its meeting Thursday afternoon July 11, in the city hall with tfrs. William Ramus, Mrs. Otto larrius and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke as lostesses. * . Mrs". >lrvin Chapman arrived home recently from Rochester, Minn., where she had been for a few days with her sister Miss Martha Kabele, who was in v a lospital there; Mf. and Mrs. Art Riley, Mr. and Mrs. James Daok and Mrs. Anna Sankey were visitors Sunday at the homes of Mrs, Blanche Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hossman in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. George Egglc- ston,, Mr. and Mrs. Art Henry and daughters and Mr. and Mrs Charles Nygaard were guests Thursday at the' home of Mr and Mrs. Chris Nygaard, neai Humboldt. Miss Marie Patterson left Saturday night for Chicago aftei spending the week visiting at th home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patterson and also at tending the wedding of her sis ter Maxine. The Presbyterian Ladies Asso ciation will meet Wednesday af ternoon, July 10. at the home of Mrs. Eli Eager with Mrs. Haro.ld Nielson as the assistant hostess. Mrs. Marie Hunt will have ;harge of the devotional period. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barton and three children left Wednesday for their home in Richmond, Calif., after spending several days visiting at the home of her father William Bowman and with 1 is mother Mrs. Kate Barton in ?ort Dodge. Mrs. Ed Montey arrived re- ently from Wisconsin to visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Tiede and with other relatives. Mrs. Montey was called by the serious illness of her mother, who recently suffered a stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kmseth and son Burdette attended the 75th aniversary of the Lutheran church in Bode Sunday morning. Mr. Kinseth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kinseth were chartei members of the church. John Peterson of Bode is the only remaining charter member of the church. Mr.,and Mrs. Fred Hagist entertained at.. a picnic dinner Thursday, those attending were Miss Marie Patterson of Chicago 111., Ensign Olsen_ of Bode, Mr "' Rehwick, Robert Chapman, Mary Jane Grclg, Neal Glemner and Betty Clartc, all of Ames, and elatives from here. Miss Mary Jane Grelg of Augusta, Ga., Neal Clernncr of Omaha, Neb., Miss Betty Clafk of Ames, and Robert Chapman, all students at Iowa State collegel n Ames were visitors, Thursday, at the home of the latter's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman and with his mother Mrs. Irvin Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Feltls and Jcanie Potter of Renwick and Mrs. Hattie Krutsinger and granddaughter Carol of California were visitors Thursday aftef- noon at the home of Mrs. Olla Godfrey. Mrs. Godfrey, who had been a patient in .the hospital in Mason City for three months with a broken hip, returned to her home Tuesday, and it is're* ported that she is getting along very well. Florence Godfrey, has resigned her position as linotype operator for the newspaper m Humboldt and has come home Union Busy Bee* To Meet July 12 Union: The last Busy Bee club meeting was held at the home of Luella Schenck June 21. Jfhe next meeting, which would hove fallen on July 5 was 1 voted .postponed till July 12 (a week Idler). Hostess is Nina Taylor. 'Roll Call—Where 1 celebrated. Esther Williams. •At the Schenck meeting a club song was suggested by the president, Mrs. Schenck, and Dorothy Scott. , It was to be considered again at the next meeting for adoption. Velma Cook had charge of the ,program. Hostess No. was bingo. Battd Reorganized At Whittemore Whittemore: Monday night, June 24, the Whittemore Municipal band was again reorganized. There was a large number of the former members that responded at this rehearsal and business meeting. Elmer Ewoldt will be the instructor and should have a well organized band with months practice. The following officers were elected: Dean Elbert, president Mary Uhlenhake, vice president Bcrnadette Fandel, secretary; Eldon Maars, treasurer; Charles Elbert, first librarian; Elmer Stei er, second librarian. *» MODART SHAMPOO . ..far hair that wome,n envy and men admire 51 1912 \. Lusby & Giossi *\v Iowa In this year of Iowa's Centennial Celebration we are proud to have been>a part of this cdiftmuhity for over a third of the time Iowa has been a state in the Bunion , ••>•" '"'''" : '. " "'" . Mr. Lusby came to Algona February 20, 1912 when he purchasd what had been known as the H. Ci Adams Drug Store. Mr. Adams started the store some years before and later took a partner, a Mr. Clampitt, whose name was added to the firm name, Adams & Clampitt. Both men were registered pharmacists. ••'•,,,.. j Some years later Mr. LUS^F atfded the jewelry department and thereafter kept m registered watchmaker as member of*he store personnel. | Seven years ago W. T. 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