The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 23, 1946
Page 10
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PAGEFOUlt- BURT HATCHERY MAN TO ATTEND ST. LOUIS MEETING Dui-t: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nealy are leaving Monday for St. Louis, Mo., where they will spend the week attending an International Baby Chick show. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Schaper of Britt are accompanying them. Sewing Club to Meet The Sewing Circle will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. P. Stow. The meeting is a day early on account of the celebration to be held Friday and Saturday. Visiled at Burl Mrs. August Kruse. Monona, her daughter Ruby Becker, who is employed in Dubuquc, and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Becker of Cedar Falls visited from Sund;iy to Wednesday at the Mrs. A. C.'Bi'rnhard and Raymond West* ling homes. Mrs. Krusc owns the f;irm on which Hie Ortmans lived. They went to Clear Lake Wednesday,' whore they were to spend a few clays and Mrs. Bernhard and the Wcstlings visited Hum there. Friday. Go To Rochester Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Daniels and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding left Friday for Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Daniels was to have an examination and probable operation. Larry and Bruce Holding visited at the home off their aunt Mrs. Elmer Kicnitz at La- kola during their parents' ab- Mrs. Charles Smith of Salem, On-., visited part of last week at (he C.. C. Smith home. Mrs. Lottie Isenberger of La- Unla. came Wencsday for a few days' visit at the Herman Neitzcl home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank R.ilcy, Es- i:iei-ville, were dinner guests last week Monday at the R. J. Ncaly home. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogcl. Selina Clifton, and Lulu Hawcott \vere Mason City visitors last Tuesday. Mrs. L. A. Mullica, Los Angeles, Calif., visited from a week ago Saturday to Monday at the Dmi Milx-hell home. Th;> Birthday Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. H. W. MUIVJS. Mrs. F,d Blumcr of AK'ona. '.vas a eucst. Mrs. Grover Rood, Algona, and irranddaunhter Marv Reed of Whittemorc, spent Friday at the .Harold Stewart home. Jean Lecper returned a week a.w last Thursday from Waterloo, where she had been working at tlv- Ronald Elvidge home. The Will LceDcrs and Mrs. Roy Loeper and children, East Chain, Minn., spent last week Tuesday at the Bernard Lccpcr home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates have moved into rooms at Mrs. J. P. Stows. Mr. Bates is now workinc; for G. W. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wink of Welcome, Minn., were a week ngo Sunday evening dinner Bursts at the Don Mitchell home. Mrs. Jav D. Graham left Friday for Trenton, Neb,, to spend a couple of. weeks at the home of her daughter 1 Mrs. Raymond Mitchell. The ' Donald Mitchells spent Sunday at " the Roy Williams home at Austin, Minn.. Betty Mitchell remained for a week's visit at the home of her uncle. Di\ M. I. Lichtcr and family have; rented a cottage at Clear Lake. They went over Friday. Mix. Lie-liter and the children will spend several weeks there. Ruth Iliissc: was in Iowa City from Tuesday to Wednesday. She has uiven up her position in the University hospital there anil will stay at home for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Drcmmel ar.d son Robert left Thursday for their home at Aurora. 111., after a ten-day visit at the home of Floyd's mother Mrs. P. L. Drerri- jnel. • '«*• Mrs. Harold Nelson and two children left Friday for their home in Davenport after a several weeks visit with Mrs. Nelson's parents Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Pe'iTsun. The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon at the Martin Larson home. Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, Mrs. Dick Fitch, and Mrs. Bernard Phelps were assisting hostesses. W. E. Bleich returned Tuesday allcr a week's visit at the home of lus sister Mrs. Oscar Anderson at Now Richland, Minn. He also spent a couple of days at Eau Claire, Wis., while he was gone. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stark of Uidgedale, Sask., Can., visited from Thursday to Saturday at the A. G. Volcntinc home. Mrs. Stark is Mrs. Volentines sister. The two had not met for 30 years. Mrs. D. A. Chittcnden and d a u g h t c r Phoebe returned Wednesday to their home at Waverly after a week's visit at the Dr. R. H. Thompson home. Richard and Alice Thompson accompanied them home for a few days visit. Mrs. Bill Morgan and daughter Carol. Chicago, came last week Monday for a week's visit at the L. H. Riedcl home. Mrs. Moryan is Mr. Riedel's cousin. Corp. Robert Riedcl of Spokane, Wash., also visited at the Riedel home last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughter Barbara returned Thursday from Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Thompson underwent • an dueration two weeks before. Barbara had gone up on Monday with Mary Janice McWhorter, who is a nurse there, and Mr. Pollard of Algona. ' " Air* K H Pfinnkuk and sou fftturned Monday from Dos Moines, where they had at* tended the wedding of Mrs. PSnnkuk's daughter Marjbrieand Kenneth Zimmerman on Saturday. Marjorie was a member of this year's graduating class. She had been taking a course in beauty culture in DCS Moines. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings went to Manly Thursday for a few days visit. They are leaving ing the first of the week for an extended trip to points in Minnesota and the Dakotas. They plan to spend the winter in Texas. The Rev. and Mrs. Ferdinand Reith and several members of the Lutheran Aid society attended a Guest day at the Lotts Creek church Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ricbhoff Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham and the Graham's guests, Mrs. Aug. Strom of Arcadia, Colo., and Mrs. Ella Londalcn, of Rothsay, Minn., attended a picnic supper and family get-together at the Kenneth Graham home in Masori City last uTesday. The Rieb- hoffs and Grahams also called on the Rev. A. G. Heddlc, who is a patient at the Park hospital. He was getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. George Zanke and two children, Chicago, came last week Monday for a two weeks visit with Burt and Algona relatives. Mr. Zanke is a brother of Joe Zanke. They and Mrs. Mamie Winkel, Algona, were supper guests Tuesday evening at the Joe Zanke home. The Robert Harveys were also guests. The same group wore entertained at supper Friday evening at the Harvey home. Bode Girl A Bride July 10; Will Make Home In Milwaukee Bode: The marriage of Miss Heleri Kolsrud. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. E. Kolsrud of Bode, and Lloyd Galbraith of Milwaukee, Wis., took place at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, July 10, in the First Lutheran church at Humboldt, with the Ro.v. O. B, Anderson officiating. The bride wore a street length blue dress with white accessories and a corsage of red roses, and ahe was attended by her sister Mrs. Leo Rolland of Bode. The groom wore a bro\^i suit with a white carnation boutonniere and was attended by the brdie's brothor- in-la\v Loo Rolland. For the oai>t six years Mrs. Galbrailh has been a nurse in New York City and Milwaukee. Mr. Galbraith has recently received his .honorable discharge from the navy, where he had served for the nast 26 months, and is now cmolbved in Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Galbraith will bo at hnjrje after August 1 at 1926 West Wisconsin avc., Milwaukee 3, Apt. 8. . , " Wesley Girl Takes Vows lit Sisterhood at Mankato, Minn. ..AIOONA wpfin DBS IJJOINES, AtooNA IOWA , JtJLY 23,1048. Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. SlUdcr and family went to Mankato, Minn,, Sunday. His daughter Rita, now Sister Mary Julius, received her black veil and made her first vows. She has been at the Good Council Academy thi>oe years, having taught third and fourth grades one year ari4 served as a novice last year. Madeline Studer returned to the Acadertiy several weeks ago, having been home three months to assist with household duties licrc. She is continuing her duties as postulant which she started last year in August. 26 Sign'io Deiassel Fourteen girls and 12 'boys have signed up to dctasscl Mullins Hybrid corn and work is expected to begin soon. Rev. J. A. Riggs is supervisor for the boys and Mrs. Irene Sluder for the girls. Infant Born. Dies Mrs. Raymond Hanson went to Burlington Thursday evening in answer to a message received from saying the infant born to them that day had died. iting her sister Mrs, . Ros- Circle. Club Activities The Dorcas Circle of the Methodist Ladies' Aid will serve dinner to the Lions club Wednesday noon. The K. Y. N. Circle met with Mrs. John Pfeffer near Corwith Wednesday afternoon. The Stitch and Chat Circle will meet with Mrs. R. E. Newbrotigh Thursday cvcninc. The Dorcas Circle met with Mrs. Don Krnus Wednesday afternoon. , . koph and son Father John. She returned Sunday. . • '. • , ", Mrs.- Del Benton .and four daughters returned"-, \home over the weekend from a few days visit at her parental S. E. Dwyfeif home in Huinboldt. Dickie, son of George Riggs of Fairmont, Minn., is spending the summer vacation at the home '6f his grandparents, the Rev. J. A. Riggs. Sharon Riggs, had also been here several weeks. •• Eileen Wingerl and Thelttfa Oppdal, accompanied by Le'tii Reynolds and Evelyn Elbert ,o'f Algona, went to Clear Lake Sunday and vacationed a week 'in the Happy Hollow cottage. Guests at the Roman Wilhelmi home • one day last week were Rosemary and Verona Lcnsing of Wabaso, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. J'oe Vaske and Mr. and Mrs. John Vaske of Bancroft and Cyrilln. Vaskc of Algona. The C. D. of A.s held its regular meeting Wednesday evening. Following the business session court whist was 'flayed wTlh Mrs. Clarence Nelson and Myrtle Hilbcrt winning high arid low prizes respectively. \ • Mrs. Rose Laux returned home Tuesday of last week from several weeks visit with her two brothers, Paul and Mike Rois- okpf at Mashalltown. Paul Ros* kppf came with Mrs. Laux ior-fa visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed , Ricke $127 for Salvation Army Mrs. J. A. Riggs, chairman for the local Salvation Army drive, renortod that $127.20 had been collected up to the present time. She wishes to thank all who took part in the drive. Dale Weisbrod Of Fenton Now Home Fcnton: Former T-5 Dale Weisbrod is now a civilian. He was discharced July 17 from Fort Sheridan, 111. Dale was sent across in Dec., 1945. and landed in LaHavre, France. From there he was sent to Namur, Belgium, to Marburg, Germany, and finally to.'Fr.ankfprt,;< Qermany,-. •'..-•. •'. •• Dalfj .'-.could'-.'-havc • Stayed in Germany; -'and his• wife and daughter Pamela could hayc joined' him .there.^hut, he chose the*tr^"S.""TDale ca"mc"}iorne 'via the Victory Colby, an American ship built in 1945; he landed at Staten Island, was transferred to Camp Killmer, New Jersey, then to Fort Sheridan, his discharge center. While across, Dale met two acquaintances, Wendell Rusch of Whittemore, and Lester Gadc of Fcnton. 75 at Prairie Picnic About 75 attended the Prairie Neighbors picnic held at the Urban Licktcig home Sunday, July 14. Tom McMahon attended a meeting of undertakers at DCS Moines one day last week. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Locbig last week were her sisters Sally anj Marie Shcdda of Chelsea. Mrs. John Smith and Susie Pfcffncr were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary society. Mrs. Lawrence Wingprt spent |wo weeks in Marshaljfown vis- Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson Washington: Townscnd forces have launched an all-out drive for free and open debate when Social Security reaches the flood. Three vcitorics have .been scored very recently. The first one was a cbartgp; in,, old-asevassistanc'e-pay- ments !in\'that''America's oldster's were voted. a $5 per month increase in old age assistance. The second victory was when the ways and means committee recpmmend- c9'~!51(r a" month" more' in ' aid to the aged. The third victory was the vote to abolish the traditional "matching maximum" principle. Although these things arc not the highest ideal worked out in the Townsend bill they arc steps toward that ideal. Townsend forces keep pegging away, step by step toward this end—Adv. New Wagon boxes. Wagons. Waterers, Sweep Rakes. Windrowers. Grain and Forage Blowers. Pump Jacks. Separators. Bilkers. Currying Machines. Hainmcrmills and Belts. Manure Loaders and Stackers. Pickup Attachments. We Have The Famous 2-4D WEEDONE WEED KILLER Used Machinery Mower. Tires. Chains. Steel Wheels. Burr Mills. Hammcrmills. Manure Loaders. Pickup Attachment. Allis-Chalmers — Oliver — New Idea Massey-Harris Bradley Bros. Phone 714 havd rented an aiiarbtncnt In th'e Mrs. H. M. Hansen horrtc and Will move in August i. Me is the local blacksmith and they had been living in the Monson house, wliich will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Monson, Mr. and Mrs. Hafold Brooks of St. Paul came Friday to stsend the weekend ! at the. parental Chas. Kraus hotne. They had spent their vacation in northern Minnesota. Linda and Pamela Brooks returned home with their parents following a 5-weeks stay at theif grandparents. ' Mrs. Marie KUnz, Mary Adine and June Adel and Miss Esther Burke returned Tuesday from a three weeks outing to Trout Lake and had visited the ' former's mother Mrs. John Anderson at Fowler, Colo. Miss Burge returned to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday, where she is employed as dietician in a hospital. Portland Progress Club Holds Novel Centennial Party Portland: The Portland Progress club met Thursday, July 18, with Mrs. M. E. Larscn. An Iowa Centennial paper was read by Mrs. Howard Sparks. An imaginative story titled "The Creation" was read by Joan McWhoiier. Evelyn Becker gave each lady a paper cut in the shape of the Stale of Iowa and then asked the women to locate various important -places and also to write around the edges the bordering slates. The'prize went to Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen. Assisting hostesses were ; Mesdames Donald Ringsdorf, Bernard Phelps and Victoi Fitch. , •• OATSRMN(f32 BUSHELS IN UNION TJnion: Oats' havvost has been completed and combining is now in full swing. The damp days of last week w,ere not too good for combihes. , Roy Adams, Delos Gardner, Floyd Bacon and Fred Scboby are some who have been'-d&ing combining. 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