The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1946 · Page 7
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APPLIANCE REPAIRING WIRING OF ALL. KINDS PH O n E 2O - 206 W E ST ST At E ST. Phone 520-W For Prompt Service On BOTTLED GAS \, 20 Years Experience— No Red Tape — Dependable Delivery — Just Phone Us and We'll Do the Rest. Biustrom's Furniture Co. Established 1925 Algona, Iowa J ... • As Materials Become Available, We Are Prepared to Assist You Through Our Property Improvement Plan for Home Modernization Investigate This Plan Now If You Contemplate Building or Modernizing Come in and Talk It Over F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 Come in and see us today for .thf tire th*t OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES! The new B. F. Goodrkh Silvertown has been tested by experts! By experts like Col. A. R. Killiam (shown here). Superintendent of Indiana State police, who helped put the tire through miles of care- lull y recorded roftd tests. Millions of miles of tests proved chc wiper-safe (Oiutructtoo pf tbe Lutnfv tteyw B.V.Goa^rith with LfU> Lttr at M. C. on AflC also prored tiiat k PREWAR TIRES, , sot&it. Von CM tab* MM fU» 9 m* *WJT TVS? .^MSJ, **'i word foe twwl Perhap* we b«ve fOW itpck — if not, «• "~ order placed now awures etwly ' " «he in TO CONVENIENT T t»? M t, O.K. Rubber Welders 118 N. Tborington Lester Pepplt B mm ^w -jl • lg .FGoodricli Mrs. Edwin At Fenton Fenton: A miscellaneous shower w£(s held Thursday evening July 11 at the Methodist .shurch in honor of Mrs. Edwin JJthof, formerly Yirgehe Cornelius. Delores Mueller y/as in charge of 'the program which .consisted of a vocal solo, Beverly Schulte; piano solo, Mary Newel; .trumpet solo, Sharon Lee Eigler; (biography of Virgene, written and read by Betty Holldprf; vo- idal solo, Pamela Weisbrod; vocal solo, Carmen Miller. Following ,the program, the bride, assisted toy Delores Mueller, opened the ^ ; fP! •.''\i»v'|--¥ : ! July 11 . Lunch was served by the fol- ' .lowing hostesses: Mrs. H. R. Wil' liams, Mrs. Frann McFall, Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Mrs. S. E. Slrnlcy, M-s. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Geo. Jorgenson, Mvi. Ed Schlei, Mrs. Boy Ohristfhilles, Mrs. Mary Hanson, Mrs. Lloyd Cornelius, Mrs. Henry Schulte, Mrs. Earl Dean, JMrs. Paul Eigler, Mrs. W. HolU dorf, Mrs. Ed Weisbrod, and Mrs. Paul Cornelius. VFW Dance Juy 118 The V, F. W. is sponsoring a .dance for Thursday, July 13, at .the Fenton gym. Tiny Little and ,His Orchestra will play. Operations Over . Messrs. Emmett O'Hare I and II returned Tuesday from Roch,ester, Minn., following operations. Mrs. Emmett O'Hare II and the three'children have been .at the home of her mother, Mrs. Theo Bleckwenn, while the men were in Rochester. The O'Hares .live in Pittsburg, Penn. Mr. O'Hare I is a retired R. R. conductor and Mr. O'Hare II is now .working for the Penn. R. R. Faiiyille Aid Meets The St. Luke's Fairville church Ladies Aid met Thursday with Mrs. Leland Hantelman and Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn hostesses. Following the business meeting games were played, Mrs. Wm. Miller and Mrs. John Kerber, en- tertainmpnt committee. Lunch ,was then served. Guests of the group were Mrs. Dale Long, Mrs. H. F. C. Mueller, Pearl Cross, Mrs. Dora Laabs, Mrs. Ole Peder,son, Mrs. Robert Hantelman, Mrs. Carrie Hartmann, Mrs. Fred Meyer, Mrs. Dan Hantelman, Mrs. Herb Schlickleman, Misses Salina and Malinda Hantelman and Mrs. Sctmltz, the latter of Linn Grove. Mrs. Tieman Hostess > Mrs. Henry Tieman entertained Several guests in honor of Mr, .Tiema'n's 67th 'birthday Tuesday. The evening was spent socially, after which lunch was served. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Art Teitz, son Bobbie, Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and family, Lone Rock; Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Tieman and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Les Tieman and Emma Kissner, .all of Fenton. Honor Fenion Visitors ' A party was given at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Thursday afternoon, in honor of Mrs. John .Groth and daughter of Triumph, Minn., who are visiting at her .home for several • days. The guests played bridge, after which lunch was served. Those 'attending were Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Mrs. Paul Eigler, Mrs. C. F. Wegener,. Mrs. Larry Alt, Mrs. Clarence Theesfield, Mrs. Bert Speth and Mrs. Lester Theesfield. Methodist Women Meet , Circle 8 of the Methodist WSCS ,met Friday at the home of Mrs, Charles Weisbrod. Mrs. V. J. Tatum is leader of the circle. Following the business meeting, devotions'were led by Mrs. Joe Madden, and th e lesson was giv- ,en by Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. .Guests present' were Mrs. Roy .Cnnschiiles, Mrs. Adolph Harir sen t Mis,- Paul Cornelius, Mrs. John Bellinger, Mrs. John Thees- .fie-ld, and Mrs. • Dale Weisbrod and daughter Pamela. .Leaves After Visit Mrs. Blanche Huskamp left Saturday for Paynesville, Minn., after visiting several days with her daughter Mrs. Virginia Eigler and son John. 4oin Walihef L*ftgu« Thursday evening, «fi»iy ii, St. John's father fceagtJc ''held a regular rpntMy meeting M, the church, 'basement. Four .new member* joined the league 1 : Doris Blergtedt", Gladys Mueller, Darlene Sjteth and Gene Speth. Guests of the League \\Wte Verdell -BoeUchef, Robert Gacje, and j?fc. Jerry Jentz. Lunch was served by the host?, tyervin Jentz and :Frank' Seeley. The local Lefibn Auxiliary met Friday at the 0. 'F.. e^L-aage .home. Following the business meeting the ne^ officers were installed by Mrs; Fern Peterson, county president, Sweii City, who attended the irrie'etingJ President, Myrtle fiaagp; vice president, Nellie Wolfe; recording seCre- tary ( Kutlh 'N^VVf-l? corresponding Secretary, June Kyhl; historian, Lola Ohm, chaplain, Karen Jorgenson; sergeant-atrarrns,, Ejertha Hale. Mrs. Nellie Wolfe is retiring president. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite ; are spending the' summer at Leech Lake, Minn. The George Jorgenson -and Wm. DeWall-homes have recently been painted white. Mrs'. "Freelove Weisbrod spent from Tuesday to Saturday.,at the plarence Osborn home. ; v Harold Goetsch. Algona, spent the* weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Goetsch. • F. G. Wolfe, father of W. R- Wolfe, is at Iowa City taking treatments. He is getting along quite well. Pat King, Emmetsburg, spent a few days last week With his grandparents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf. Newel Harward is putting fi-ass brick in three high windows on the south side of their business establishment. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gross and C. M. Gross were at Fairmont and Blue Earth Friday. Pvt. Wayne Kerber, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kerber, returned to Tacoma, Wash., after spending a furlough at the parental home. Monday evening dinner guests at the Paul'Eigler home were Mr. and Mrs'. Shelby Weisbrod and daughter Karen and Donnie Rehners, Burt. r , Ivan Cushing and Joan and Ivan's parents Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cushing, Fairmont, returned Monday from a fishing .trip, to northern Minnesota. Mr. and^ Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn and daughter Norma Jean returned Friday afteij. spending a Mrs. Virgil Norte and daughter of Waterloo left Sunday , after visiting several days at the home of Mrs- ••• Nprte's mother Mrs., Katheririe Thiilges. Tuesday evening dinner- guests 'at the Kay Stoeber .home were Mr, and Mrs. Ray Kyhl and son and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler, Sharon. Lee and, Judy. J4f. iarid Mrs. Ferdinand M.uelr ler 'and Viola "spent' Thursday evening at trie Clarence' Bier- ,ste4t hornet the occasion .being Mr. Btersted^s birthday. J^rs. Qeppge Q. Jorgenson of Marsh'all, Jjttnn:, spent me weekend at "we Pentpn Jorgenspn home/ Mrs;.' ^prgenspn. hais a civil service position in Marshall. 'Mn. a.n<i Mis. ftay Theesfield were Sunday dinner 'guests at the Kay ^risjiansen hpmej Ringsted- l$rs- .yheesfield and Mr. CVistiansen. are brother and sister. . Mis. Emma Rentiers returned Friday after Visiting a wee,k with; b,er spti YfUffcd R,eLm.ars and family,'Des'Moines, and' a day with Mrs. Kate Wegener, Algona. Mary Lou and Charles Hantel•man, children'of Lawrence Han- vtelman, Swea City, visited the past week with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Humphrey- ..-••'-. Jeppesen and Ch^jstenaeji. of Emmetsburg have started construction en th,e Henisy Sch.u'Ue building. His former business 'es- was btfrrie'd* afiotlt '| ye/ar ago. ; " , •• [ S4rs.- Naomi Thompsori hQ8.«d .tHfe Home Cafe. to Harold ,qf|* nienz. Harold recently f retUfrt6d frdni service.' Mrs, Wilbprt'lMl? dorf will manage thfer^M far Mr, Gramehz. 1. "' '•: . •;-'.:.-: .-'JL'.--!. ^Ar, and Mrs. Dan NeB&a John Nelson. St. Bfrul. Mitt'tt,* . ited Thursday at the C, F. G. Laage home and tyith other f,01» atives. Mr.i Laage is an HhCle ''to the Nelsons. Mr. and Jiirs. Edwin Uthpf returned Sunday frojrn a week's honeymoon' to soijtfjisrn Illinois visiting friends and vel'ativeSj, among the group Mrs. Uthpfs aged grandfatheri Illinois visitors at the Paul Cornelius home last week Were Mr. and Mrs. Bett M^ier,: Keft- netK and Ben Jr. They returned Monday. Mrs. Oprnelius is', ah aunt of Mrs. Maier. • Mr. and Mrs'. T; Q. Lively arrived Thursday from Palestine, .Tex., to visit at the Fred and iMrs. John Newel homes for two iweeks. Mrs. Lively is a daugh- ter'of Mrs. John Newel . Rev. and Mrs. Peters and family of Oklahoma are Visiting at .the home of Mrs. Peters' mother, ,Mrs. Anna Meyer. Rev. Peters' .parents live at Corwith, and they jhave been visiting there also. • Benora, daughter of the Albert .Mitchells, Phyllis, daughter qf the Mildred Mitchells, and Jane, daughter of the Wrn. DeWalls, left-Sunday for a week's vacation at the Lutheran Bible Camp at Okoboji. Mrs. Osborn's daughter Pauline Goetsch has been taking a beauty course in Rockford. July 20 Pauline" takes her state board examinations in Chicago. Following that she plans to work in Rockford. Mr. qnd Mrs. Arthur Moeller of Sommers and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blume, Fort Dodge were Monday dinner guests at the Rev. Preul home. Rev. Preul xvas pastor of the Somers Methodist church at one time. Mrs. B.l G. Berkeland, Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs. Amer Cody attended the Workers Conference of the Estherville Circuit of W. M. F. at the Seneca Norwegian Ohurch, Tuesday. It was an all-day meeting. Sunday dinner guests at th"e •Wm. DeWall home were Mr. and Mrs. Amos Egland and two boys of Wallingford and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Egland and family 'of Estherville. The two Mr. Eg- lands are brothers of Mrs. DeWall. Saturday guests at the Philip Weisbrod home were Mrs. Walter Weisbrod, Ruth and Rachel of Burt. Ruth is working in a hospital on an Indian Reservation in Arizona. Mrs. Walter Weisbrod is a daugihter-in-law of Mrs. Phiip Weisbrod. A service show on combines was held Tuesday night at the .Weisbrod Implement for all John Deere service men and dealers. /About 39 men,were present; from .various parts of the:county. The show was presented by Max Miller and Glen Killeton, district manager, from Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goetsch returned Wednesday from Spring Lake, Minn., where they had been at their cottage for several weeks. They plan to return in a few days and take Mr. Goetsch's sister Agnes. Goetsch with them. Another sister, Mrs. Jean Murray, lives at Spring Lake. .Mrs. Anna Osborn left Saturday for Rockford, 111., where she •will visit her son, Earl Osborn •and family, and her daughter Pauline Goetsoh. Mrs. Earl Osborn's nephew, Donnie Gorden of Rockford, has been visiting his .grandparents, the Twaits, in De- ipew and accompanied Mrs. Os- borli on tl Mr. and A. 1. B. C iMoines, stopv,.vj.i,-....™-!-™,-™ ,-TJ Fehtoh at mfefe^S. '^r, ftM ,Mrs. Fehtort were on their way .home-fr'Orn, the pkoftojis. Mr* iFertton said he had. often heard of the town .of the satne nflfne >(Giat&s Stpeber Smith at one .time went to A: I. <B.5, toyti had nev^r had th0 opportunity.of visiting ihejfe befctfes ••,/.' The ;St. John'? fiepeW Fellowship 'Circle met Wednesday aUft 6 home ,«£ Mrs. Andrew Berkeland. ,The ladies sewed for the.L.vi.ther- an Welfare, followed ,by a prp.- gram; Vocal .duet, Mrs. B. G. Berkeland .and Mrs.. Amer Cody, accompanied by Mrs. Lester Larson; reading, Mrs. Maurice Mitchell; devotions;, by Rev. Gilbertson. Lunch Was then served. Guests of the Circle were Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs. Art Cody, Mrs. Amor Berkland, Mrs. Clarence Berkland, • Mrs, Lester Larson, Mrs. Tom Meig, Oscar Sorenson, Mrs. Anna Osborn, and Mrs. A. L. Kabrick. PORTLAND CLUB TO MEET THURSDAY Portland: The Portland Progress club will meet Thursday, July, 18, with Mrs. M. E. Larsen. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames Donald Ringsdorf, Victor Fitch and Bernard Phelps. The new president Mrs. Earl Miller will have the new program books to distribute. They were typed and compiled by Miss Erna Baars and Evelyn Becker. Evelyn and Pat Wolf will have charge of a surprise, number and Mrs. Ray McWhorter will have a special program. Toothman Bales Hay Portland: Earl Toothman of Burt baled hay for Martin Becker, Friday. His helpers are ex- marine Homer Bristow and Gerald Reidpl, both of Burt. Gtty: Word was received .Thursay of the critical lliftess of resident arid business now iier, Mr. Latscfft suffered a rieSrt'attaek at his home 6tt Jlily 8 'and Was takett to.' Holy Farnily hospital at, Bst'lierville. A .call ffptft Mrs. tatson to Swea .City friends' Thursday, brought AeSvs that We had been placed in art oxygen tent and his condition was grave. Mrs. P. W. Larson and the P. f. Heikens,- Fairmont friends visiting in Swea City, .Thursday, left immediately for Estherville. ' Mr. Latson, w!ho is in his s§V- •r i R ic s Announcement I have pu¥«¥^Sf»4 ftR# am now the propriety p| th^ business formerly known as The Olin^sprge Dru^. I will wwsaiter it Q favor to make your Registered Pharmacist TIGGES DRUG CO. Iniies, . and waf sold his 1 «H»--J« fe health 'h^d flat .tieiM ! | Me suffered i fall spJttB 'and th;e couble, t0||| .theif c'afe Ma fclflftnea from woirK. Mfs. :.l^ee, ,of Gragttinger is the m^r^^fv; Later. MrfLatson^ condfitipft:;^ soirnewH^t Piemt At ' Portland: Mr. Dugafi Were hps Hoosler pte'-''- il Hutchinspn . day, July, 14. _-_-_^- ; -_ .ti.uT-- ;:;r .:-_. ,j- ^~iai! j- :J --__i-_ij.i_-.-;_-.'"to"*l< •*"*••' i •' ' ""' '' — '" -. 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