The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1946 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 13, 1946
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f -- >YA }"„;• '•* , i » f AVO. IS, 1348' ——^','-.a. - ' • wmn BIS r:i: i * ;i 'itness Dedication of New at Bode Athletic Field efore a large crowd, estimated at 600 Or 700, formal .services of the new electrical lighting system for school athletic field took placfe, Tuesday evening, [• Walter Thompson spoke, Aftdli double header sofU ^ and a half hour band concert tyerfe other prograni — _ -. __ 1 aroUtld tf .J on tw the flM time, •. ' sdflbill gam**, the west *ld« to^h team defeated . Id^ farm team, 4 Id 3. Oftheith and Saathoff Were S* HS M 1 ?? M W ' *« d IleWtottt^atid ttosslnk Uf SK UR OCER olonial LONIAL BAKINO CO, Ja6k Christ,' Pres. ^L .^tJ^A, && At These Popular Algona National Ten Co. ;' Harold's Food Market Hay's. Jack Sprat . ' ' ', •Hood's Grocery EastTJEiiil Grocery f< ,, , . , - -"'Gf 'Si- Johnitoft'*' -. •'; '••'• '.'-'•? : - ; :..: :-. -*— -W "All aboard for the m AUXILIARY MEETING OF LONE ROCK IS HELD AT VENTURA Lone Rock: The July meeting of the Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary was held at the 'home of Mrs, Fred Dransfeldt with. 8 members and three visitor? was decided to hold the August meeting tot the home of (Mrs. Jim Askerman nt Ventura so Wednesday the fol</ lowing members look a pot-luck lunch and drove over to the home of Mrs. Ackerman for the August meeting: Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Teha Jensen, Mrs. Roy Jensen and Jamey Jo, Mrs. Francis Foley, Mrs. Frank Householder and Kaye of Fenlon, Mrs. Ray Bierstedt, •Mths. gmil Kraft, "Mrs. Fred Flaig, Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. Glenn DuK of Armstrong, Mrs.. Harley Braddoek. A lunch was also served (before ?oing home. The hekt meeting will bo held at the home or Mrs. Glenn Burl at Armstrong. ' (Lawrence Rath 'flew his airplane to Mason City Thursday oh business. Mr. and Mrs. bale Loek'Wood spent last, weekend .at Madison, •South Dakota. ' , Mr. and 'Mrs. H. A. Holmgren spent 'Monday afterrioon visiting at the Frank Olson home at Britt. Denwood Kerf -of Waterloo spent from Tuesday till Friday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Joe Lyrich. (Mr! and Mrs. Everett Hahria spent Thursday evening visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sehenek. .; •Mr. -and Mrs. Frank Merron spent Monday visiting their daughter Mr. and 'Mrs. Victor Kiiary at Irvihgton. Pfc. Arnold Reilly-, arrived Monday on a 20-day furlough from 'Ft. Lewis,-iW.ash., after which he'will return the>e. = . . , , Mr.'.atidJMrs. Lem Marlow visited-'Mrs. ghas. Hawks and Delta and new toaby at Spirit Lake Wednesday : and Thursday. , Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jensen were Thursday- evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Long at Algona. 'Mrs. Hildreh Pettit and Joe, Ronnie and Dana were Friday dinner the home of Mr. and Mrv Glenn Householder. Ka'thrine «Pergande of Algona spent-the last -weekend with her friend Ruth Kraft, and her parents Mr. and .Mrs. Emil Kraft.',' •Mrs. N. B. Wood attended the Friday club of Hlngsted Tuesday afternoon at'the home of Mrs. Aue. .Nelson at Estherville. .Mr. and Mrs; M. O, Richards and family spenl Wednesday afternoon visitine the home of her aunt Mrs. A. L. Greenfield at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mueller and children of Eden, New York, spent one day last week visiting at the home of Mrs. Alice Bierle. Joan Zwiffel . and Mary -Ann Rustemeir, the latter of Bancroft, ALSOKA IOWA. of Mr. .and Mrs. Bert Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hartman >ent 'from Monday ti" Wednesday visiting the home of her sister Salute from an old Partner in Iowa's 10<p> vears of growth * '4<"jS ->.*'• A '".' •"•** •••^x^ —— tl * * t, V t • « rjlHE Milwaukee Road extends ij| greet' ap y O t^'p O f t j, e t we i ve i A ings to the people of Iowa on the <;?»' ,^no^ipfteri| ftav tennial of their State. Iowans;<;a^ t$jH^ flfflgfldy 11,000 a,.,,., just pri4e io the history of,the State; W l| *'''^Uj*',. . ', ,A, ,... . ito progres, fa fowded on,the,4iii g ^ - H o!dli ^ J 7 "" ^ ^t? 1 *?. and indu 8 try of its people «nd 'tj,e7^' > W^ ?* QVed . the P™ dHCt ' <* Iow « 8 tility of its JojJ, T s f8r f 8nd ^clones to the markets pf the * ' •'* • nation, and has carried lowans traveling ts right of way laid in )859 between Farley B»«awiU k^p with it Mfs. Win. (Farr at Des Moines. •Mrs. Evelyn Hume and Connie left 'Monday for her home in Washington, D. C., after a visit al Ihe parental Alex Radlg home. 'Marjorie Osborne went along with her aunt and uncle Mr. and •Mrs. John Munch and Jackies for a week's visit in the Black Hills. Carol Householder returned home Tuesday night after a visit •With her aunt and uncle Mr. and •Mfg. Hlldreth Peltit near Whitte- hiore/ N -Mr. and Mrs. Leo Seefeldt of Dekter, Minn., spent Wednesday evening and Thursday at the home Of her sister Mr. anil Mrs. Frank backer). feetty Mitchel lof Burt and Sharon Williams of Currie, Minn., are spending a 'few days with their grandaprenls Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Williams. iPvt. Robert Foley is oxpoctdd at the parental Francis Foley home from .Ft. McClella'n, Alabama, the first Of next week on a furlough before going overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson of Wesley ibrought Dennis Long tiome after a visit with them to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gco. Long and spent the evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson and daughter of Racine, Wis., called at the 'home of Mrs. Mary Madison Thursday of last Week on their way home 'from California. 'Mr. iind Mrs. Henry Schroeder spent Tuesday visiting at the Louis Mueller 'home at Fenton visiting Mainard .Mueller"who is visiting there from Merced, Calif. . (Miss Louise Dammann. Mrs. Lawrence Hickey, Mrs. Joe Gilman of Emmetsburg spent" Thursday evening visiting at the home of >Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lockwooci. •Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walsh and Mr, and iMrs. Bernard O't>bhnell and their families were Thyrsda> evening supper .guests at the' fibmb of Mr .and Mrs. Leo Nurre at Ban croft. .':• Mr. and Mrs. Emjl Person and family and Mrs. Selma Hammer- Strom were Sunday supper guests at-the home of Mr. and Mrs ; Harris and James Wadsworth near Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton just m YOU KNOW .'hat the expression "on the fence" comes to us from an ancient Latin phrase, which translated literally would read "sitting astride With one leg on each side". It had its introduction into our fcnguage from two lines of a well-known poem by Ldwell. •eturnod home after a len clay visit with Ihcir daugher Mrs. Harley Shellito at Soencer and their son. Willis Cotton at their cabin on Lake Okoboji. Lt. and Mrs. Robert Gladstone and family arrived Friday morning tor a week's visil at the homes of his sisters Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. Harry Montgomery, and Margaret Gladstone. A. L. Jackman of Ames was a Tuesday visitor al Ihe home of his daughter Mrs. Wm. Knoll Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruikshank and Ruth of Algona spent Tuesday nighl there. ' Sunday evening supper guesls al Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson 'were' Mr .and Mrs. Glenn Teeter and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Johannsen, Ihe latter of Algona. Mrs. John Altiz and Millon and LoRee of Mason City were Monday supper guests a-t Ihe home of their' daughter-sister Mrs. Don Houck and family. LoRee spent a few days visiting Ihere. Mrs. Ralph 'Hammerstrom left Tuesday for a visit at Ihe hohie of her mother Mrs. Rosl al SI. Paul. Minn. Her husband Ralph, left Friday and spenl the weekend there, after which Ihey both returned home. Georgia and Bobby Angus of Burt, Bert Angus and Bob and Grace drove to Des Moines Tuesday where Ihey met their daughter-sister, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Crow and child/en of St. Louis, Missouri, who came for a visit. ' Mrs.Lbrenz Geitzenauer had the misfortune of running a nail in slanted in the middle of her foot. She was taken to Dr. Clapsaddle al Burt and given several shots. This Jiaippened Thursday and Friday she was (better but weak. Edw. Hoppe returned home Saturday -from ,'Rochester, Minn., i where he has been in the hospital for quite some lime. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Olson of Tacoma, Wash., were Monday evening supper ?uesls at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hoppe. Mrs. Russell Bales and children nnd Mrs. Win. Fischer spent Thursday afternoon visiting Mrs. Dale Jensen, just home from the hospital after an appendectomy operalion, at the home of her mother and father-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dransfeldt. Verda Bell and Genevieve Thomsen spent lasl weekend at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen. They all spent Sunday at a picnic at the home of their grandmother Mrs Gena Thomsen al Ringsted, in honor of her 81st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Carroll and three sons and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller, of Spring Valley, 111., spent 'from Friday until Monday visiting the home,of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder. They all attended a family reunion at Ihe ohme of Mrs. Schroeder's parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiener at Burl Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and Shirley of Ottosen drove up to the parental J. M. Blanchard home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Gordon Blanchard of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme all drove to Albert Lea in the aflernoon and saw their son-brother Don Blanchard, play ball there in the evening. < Motorcycle Trip West Sexton: C. N. Beisch received word that his two sons Willis and Louis and the letter's wife left the past week for a tour of the Black Hills inlo Wyoming and to California on motorcyles. ,fearl Shipler, Burt, * Wins Austin Honors Burt: Earl Shipler entered a pen of three hogs in a barrew show at the Austin, Minn., fail- end placed 5th and 6th on indi- ~vidual hogs out of 300 head. He also placed 5th on a pen bi three hogs. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! As Materials Become Available, We Are Prepared to AssistYou 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 KOSSUTH COUNTY ft. 3 Big Days - August 21, 22 and 23 Eiitiy Day Foi All Livestock, August 20 t. ' : Wednesday, August 21 9;30 a. m.—Judging to start in all departments • 9:30 to noon—4-H girls demonstrations 1:30 p. m.—-Judging continued 1:30 p. m.—JBurt Band concert at grandstand 2:00 p. m.—Jimmy Lynch Death Dodgers 3:30 p. m.—Baseball, Bancroft vs, Whittemore 7:30 p. m.—Band concert followed by Jimmy Lynch Death Dodgers Thursday, August 22 9:00 a. m.—All exhibits open to public 9:30 to noon—4-H girls demonstrations 1:30 p. m.—Swea City Band coftcert at grand* stand ' 2:00 p. m.—W. L. S. Barn Dance Round Up' 3:30 p. m.—Baseball, Wesley vs. Burt ' 7:30 p. m.—Band concert , : 8:00 p. m.—Livestock parade 8:15 p. m.—Girls 4-H club pageant ' 8:30 p. m.—W. L. S. larn Dance Round Up' •s Friday, August 23 12:00 o'clock noon—4-H calf sale 1:30 p. m.—Lone Rock Band concert at grandstand 2:00 p, m.—Seneca Saddle Club Horse Show 3:30 p, m.—Baseball, Fenton vs. Algona KCs 7:30 p. m.—Band concert 8:00 p. m.—Seneca Saddle Club Horse Show 10:00 p, m,—Centennial Fire Works Show Full Line of Attractions on the Midway, All Three Day* and Evenings Dance In Floral Hall Saturday Night Aug. 24 ies in Garden, Crops, Canned G»ode and Textiles can be made up to 9;30 Wednesday Augwet 21 f '' '..£:. it' 5.

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