The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1946 · Page 7
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ILE HOUR CLUB, INE ROCK, MEETS ftoctti 1 tte Idle pb wet Wedtiesday afternoon at e home 'bf 'Mrs. jEtfriea Cody, lth Mrs. OA6y Cherlattd assiat- ftg hostess. Roll call was anS- l?ered fay all hiefribefs and Mrs. r Elva Kfiylfcf and Mrs., Verh tUeb'* f :j h6f Were, vislto'rs, Thft afternoon as spent making two comfort's to be sent tb the needy fam- Europe* "..•• ".'•' : , Walter fhonipsbri and I'S. James Cody were appointed :'loh the flower committee, Mrs. i-'Odcy Cherlahd was appointed to I write the news items. The club 1 was glad ta receive Mrs. Elva b Kayler as a new member. At p>' the ; :cbndluskm of the business meetiHg Mrs. Ralph Thompson presented Mrs. Odey Cherland With a jjift of appreciation for her faithill duties as president for the past three years. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Edw. Blanchard's Aug. 29. Edward Paine, Burt Weds At' Omaha Burt: Edward -Pfeirie, son of Mr. ahd Mrs. E. E. Paine, was married on July 13 to Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Ranney, of Council Bluffs, at the Congregational church in Omaha, the Rev. G. C. Pullman offipiat- ing. Mrs. R. T. Whitman of Council Bluffs and Fred Meser- schmidt of Omaha, were attendants. ..'''.,' She is a graduate of the Thomas Jefferson high school of Council Bluffs, He is a graduate of the Burt high school and attended Iowa State college. He received his discharge from the army only a few months ago. They will be at home in Omaha where both are employed by the Western Union. ELMER KUBLY TO REPLACE VETERAN SCHOOL OFFICIAL LuVerne: Albert Merriam has •ecently resigned his position as secretary of. the LuVerne Township school district after 30 years of consecutive service. His cnowledge of school affairs had seen of great value to the Lu- Verne community. Mr. Merriam a farmer living east of town, is also very active in the Farm Bureau organization and in other farm activities. Elmer Kubly has taken over the position as secretary of the LuVerne township school. Chopping Wood, Gets A Sliver In Knee Wesley: E. M: Paulson is able to be about again following a few days abed recuperating following an accident at the Ole Flom home. While splitting wood a sliver from a wedge pierced the shin , bone below the knee. Mr. Paul, son is old age pension overseer •of Hancock county. Lone Rock 4-H. Picnic Lone Rock: :The Lone Rock 4-H boys and girls held a picnic last Thursday at the Lone Rock school grpunds, after which A. L. Brown, .extension director for Kossuth, 'toured various farms and looked over the 4-H calves of club members. . 'Protect your future! Chart a ;8AFE course to Debt-Free Farm Ownership with a long- term, low-interest Federal Land Bank loan through the NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION E. H. Hutchins, Sec.-Treas. 110 So. Dodge St. A Iowa Long Term Low FARM Interest LOANS ESTABLISHED 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1946 Second Section VOL. si—NO. $0:111 Albert Merriam Resigns 30 Years, Lu Verne After Jack From Wisconsin Mrs. Carrie Reasoner and son Swing who have been visiting ler son in Wisconsin for the past several months arrived recently ;o'visit at the home of her daughter and son-in-law Mr, and Mrs. eorge Egleston. Mrs.. Benedict Hostess The Presbyterian 'Ladies'- association met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Guy Benedict with a very good attendance. Mrs. Chris Anderson of Kirnball, Neb., and Miss Marilyn Nielson were guests. Mrs. Edwin Marty had charge of the devotional period. Marilyn Nielson gave a report on her trip to the Presbyterian Youth Camp. Camp Foster, near Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Walter Engel, president of the association, had charge of the business meeting. The remainder of the afternoon was spent sewing and visiting and lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be held on August 7 at the home of Mrs. Guy Trauger. Parents of a Girl Mr. and'Mrs. Marvin Nerem are the parents of a baby girl, Vicki Jane, born Thursday, July 25£in' : thB-JiUtheran' hospital, 'in Fort Dodge. ' Mrs.™ Nerem is the former Jennie = Lund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund.. The Nerems have another child, 'boy. Leave for Pennsylvania Miss Elizabeth Short, Miss Margaret Gormley, Miss Hannah Kenah and Miss Mary Elizabeth Milliron accompanied by Mrs. Howard Smith left Thursday for jtyieuv homes in Pennsylvania af- "ter'visiting for'two weeks-at thd home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith. . cation-visiting relatives. Church services will toe resumed on Sunday, August 25. Mrs. L. E. Deibler is a medical patient in a hospital in Anthony,' Kans. . Mrs. Kenneth Sprensen returned to her duties in the Farmers State bank after a two weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk and daughter Sally spent the weekend visiting relatives in Des Moines. Mary 1 Ann, daughter of Mrs. Julia Pcrgande, spent a few days visiting her aunt and other real- lives near Wesley. Miss Florence Hinz has returned to her duties in Trauger's Jack Sprat store after enjoying a week's vacation. Miss Selma Behnkendorf left Wednesday afternoon for Mount Vernon, where she will visit her cousin Miss Elva Hintz. Mrs. William Wolf was taken to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge the first of the week, where she will receive medical treatment. Mrs. Blanche Allen arrived Thursday evening from Mason City to spend a few days visiting at the home of her mother Mrs. H. E. Peitzke. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer returned home recently from Woodward, where they had been for several weeks visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus, Mrs. Lewis Wildin and Mrs. Aln Darby spent Friday in Mason City visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and son Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Craig and Violet, all of Mason City were visitors Sunday at the home of'Mrs. Olla Godfrey. . Rev, and Mrs. Robert Phillips and family left the "first of the week for. Evanston, 111., where Rev. Phillips will spend the month ot August attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weinzlerl left the last of the week for their home in Rockford, 111., after spending the week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs." Lloyd Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson arrived here Monday from Kimball, Neb., to visit at the home of her mother Mrs. Olla Godfrey and with her sisters Rubye and Florence. Friends here have received word of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clove of Renwick. Mrs. Clove is the for-* mer Elsie Hunt, a former Lu- Verne resident. Mrs. Vernon Finholt and son Gary left Monday for their home 1 in Decorah after spending ia-week, visiting at the home of her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus. Mrs. William Ramus Jr. and daughter Kay of Des Moines spent several days visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Thorn and and with his parents Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus. ' Mr. and Mrs. Art Ramus of Des Moines, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus, left Saturday morning for a trip through the Yellowstone National Park and other points of interest in the West. Mrs. Cecil Wermersen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wermersen and family, all of Fort Dodge, were vi.-.tors Fv day eveni'i.; at the hoire of tho former's daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, Mrs. Frank SanCord, Jolene and Joan Sanford, Carol and Charlene Henry, returned recently after spending the week attending the Methodist Youth Camp at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus and Mrs. Bert Ramus and daughter iSheri Lyn were visitors Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jergenson in Algona. Mrs. Jergenson is the former Gladys Ramus. Mrs. Grace Ramus and Mrs. Edward Moore and children of Altoona were callers Monday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley. Mrs. Anna Sankey, sister of Mrs. Ramus, returned to Altoona with them for a visit. James Smith left recently for his home in Minneapolis after spending quite some time here visiting at the home of his grand- 'mpthcr .Mrs. H. C. Allen and with his grandfather who is a medical pa'tient in the hospital in (Algona. ^ Mr. i and Mrs. Fra'nk Sanford fspent ;Thursday in Badger^ visiting their son and'daughter-in-law (Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sanford 'spent Thursday in Badger visit- jing their son and daughter-in;law Mr. and Mrs. Francis San- €ord and their baby daughter born on Wednesday. KinOfBurtJFolks Killed In Accident Near Clarion,' July 22 Burt: Mrs. Clifford Holding, Helen and John Schwietert went to Belmond Thursday afternoon, after receiving news that Mrs. Clifford Johnson, a cousin of Mrs. Holding and distant relative of the Schwieterts, had died from injuries received in an automobile accident near Clarion, Monday, in which Mary Jones, a second cousin of Mrs. Holding, was instantly killed. Seven people were injured in the accident. Funeral services for Mary Jones were held Thursday morning. Mrs, Johnson's funeral was Sunday. Mrs. John- Lu Verne Crew Out On Detasseling Job LuVerne: Those from here who are helping with the corn detasseling are: Alice Putz- stuck, Delores Lund, Phyllis Hedrick, Mrs. Emil Hiene, Jean Schulz, Mrs. Guy Giddings, Betty Schulz, Mrs. Maurice Thompson, Roberta Flemming, Genevieve Thompson, Arlene Meyer, Mrs. Stanley Genrich, Arlene Jensen, Mildred Lenz, Jolene and Joan Sanford, Marjorie Holmes, Doris Schipul, Imelda Laubenthal, Mrs. Emily ( Guy, Beverly Thomas, Harriet Ruberg, Alvin Coleman and Donna Zentner. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS liair-lnat teamen f''i (.DILI men iiunurc M O D A R T SHAMPOO Modart Fluff Shampoo recondition* as it .cleanses—leaves Lak soft and alluring.'This superactiv* cream i* equally •ffective in hard or soft water and requires no special arter- rinse. For lovelier nak—agin zor Modart Fluff I 3% Thrt* linp*rinf ^ fragranaff. 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