The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 20, 1946
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u LAKOTA, IS T AT SHOWER iouan.uia; Mesdames Harry Mjlssman and Emory Smith gave miseella'neous post-nuptial last week Tuesday after- W v., . hBnoring Mrs. George .ve'rripen, nee Irene Thompson, WTO was recently married. Contests and writing recipes for the bride furnished entertainment. . ,\The dining table was used to hold the. packages and was protected with a pretty pink um- Bfella overhead and pltik and ; tolUe flowers were Used as a cen- 1 .terpicce. The bride received many 'beautiful wedding gifts and mbriey. 4 . A nice lunch was served to 42 guests by the hostesses. The young folks are making their hbme on the groom's father's farm between Lakota and Stevens. L01TS CREEK 4-H GIRLS HOSTESSES Whiltemore: The Lotts Creek . Lassies met at the Henry Mueller home Wednesday for their annual ' achievement day program. Accomplishment of the •past year were judged by Mrs. Edmund O'Brien, and Mrs. John Kirschi Mrs. Kirsch discussed finished products. Irene Marty and Betty Gengler, gave a demonstration on how they transformed an old picture frame into a,coffee table. •A lunch was served to the judges and guests who' were Hose and Mae McNeil of Post- vilk, Mrs. June Adell Sloter of Troy, 111., Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Mrs. John Reding, Mrs. Ferdinand Ostwald, Mrs. William Lauck, Mrs. George Winkle, Mrs. Joseph Reding, Mrs. Leonard Youngwirth, Mrs. John Erpelding, Mrs. W. E. Patton, Mrs. Everett Wilham, Mrs. W. Elmore and daughter, and the Whittemore winners. Club members who. were present were Labcrta and Leola.Ostwald, Anna M. Erpelding, Ellen Witham, and Vcra and Peggy Patton. JAW-BONE Herb Wright of West Liberty, recently found a huge .jawbone with several teeth, on the receding bank of the river-bed near there. The bone has been tentatively identified as that of a mammoth, a huge pre-historic elephant. ALGONA UPPER DBS r.lOINES ON. Dodge Street—Phones 10-17 J. W. Haggard & H. B. Waller. Publishers Entered as Second Class Matter af the Postoffice at Algona, • Iowa. Vo7o cr ' a r ct ^Congress of March 3, 1879. .Issued. Weekly. ESTABLISHED 1866 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1946 Second Section VOL. 81—NO. Wesley Town and Farm Folks Join To Build Swimming Pool PROJECT STARTED; TO BE 100X150 AND 9 FEET DEEP Wesley: Excavation was begun last week for a swimming pool on the half 'block just West 3f the Ihnp Geerdes and Mrs. Mels M. Johnson or former Myrtle Kouba residence, were donated to the The lots town by Mrs. Marie Kunz. The digging s to be complete by the first of the week and if the banks are sufficiently packed the cement will be jibured soon. The pool will be 100 feet by 160 ieet and 9 feet deep at the deepest point. Thirty feet of the 150 feet will be for wading, 70 feet of 4-foot water and 50 feet of the deep water for diving. A bathhouse, fenced, will be built at the south end. The project, sponsored by the Lions club, is to te finaced by subscriptions. Dr. H. H. Raney, E. .M. Olson, Lael'Root and Dr. L. L. Pfeffer are members of the park committee and John Hutchison, Will Frimml, Ed Loebig, J. P. Studer, antJ Roy Kleinpeter are members oL the finance committee. These men met Monday evening of last week with a large representation of farmers and the project was discussed and received very favorable approval. Supt. Chas. Mullin • was chairman of the meeting. Arrangements ; have been made for a bathhouse attendant and a life guard. Polio Observation Donna Mae Bleich, 4 oldest daughter,of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich, was taken to the Park hospital in Mason City Thursday for observation of what may be polio. Visit Hospiiafpaiient Mrs. J. L. Havcrly, Mrs. Ed Hildman and Mrs. Viola Studer visited the former's daughter Mary Lou in the Mercy hospital in Mason City Thursday afternoon. Mary Lou had submitted to an appendectomy . Saturday, August 10 and home Sunday. was i brought Algona' Saleslady Mary Licktei and Mrs. Lou daughter ol Mr. her duties last, week as saleslady in the S. & L. shoe store department in Algona. She is rooming with Marjorlo Gouge, who is cm- ployed in the Chamber of Commerce office. Watch Ball Gam* Mr. and Mrs. George Ward and Mrs. Viola Studer went 16 Lakota Tuesday afternoon to attend the ball game played there between the 'Junior Legion team of Lakota and Britt. Chandler Ward pitches for the Britt team, John F, Loebig played first base, Billy Studer, second base. Back From Duluth Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dirksen of Albert Lea returned from a trip to Duluth Thursday. Their three children wore at the Urban Licktcig home for the few days. They all returned to their home over the weekend.. Fire Nuns Arri.Ve Five of six nuns of St. Joseph's Parochial school camu Tuesday. They are Sister Bndgetto, Sistov Gec-"gc-lla. Sister. 'Vi<; .i,\, Sister Mary A fr -he,s and Sister •• Susan. Superior Sifter Raphael.will not be here this year and ,.'ier ."Successor is expected this week. Rosalie Alne is employed in a canning'factory at Blue Earth, Minn. Jeannine Studer and Rose Studer returned home Thursday night from a few days vacation at Clear Lake. "Pete" Olson went to Mason City last week and is employed in the Gamble-Robinson Wholesale Grocery .Co. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly and family spent the weekend of August 11 at the Clarence! Haverly home at' Bloomer, Wis. Matt Hildman Jr, and Franklin Fox left Thursday- for a few days trip and visit 'to St. Louis, Mo., and at various points en- route. • '.'•/'• Mr. and Mrs! George Hildman and Mr. and Mrs* Frank Ricke of Boone returned home .Thursday night irom a week's trip to Men- ango, N. D., where they visited former acquaintances and lookod after land interests, ~ Patty, .youngest daughter of Mr. and Mifs, Alfred/Erdman, recently visited her sister Mary Lee, who is employed, at Dayton,- COME to the FAIR! Wednesday, Thursday, Friday AUGUST 21-$2-23 Should be red letter days for residents of Kossuth and adjoining Counties, for It's County Fair Time! Come lend a hand in the fostering of Community Accomplishments; encourage community co-operation; join in the sport of the Fair. • , • . / The Fair Board .promises us a better Fair than ever before. PLAN NOW TO ATTEND, You'll find it well worth while, MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE FAIR COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Increased income from farm property in the community brings increased prosperity to every business, and it is, consequently, the business of this bank to encourage farm improvements, of all kinds whenever possible. We invite your banking business; • "The Friendly Mmh" SECURITY smE BANK Frank Kohjhaas, y we Presjdeni j. w, Hggprd, Viet President : J, B , As§t- •'•!*••,.' O. Patty graduated from Wesley high school last spring and plans to enter nurses training in St. Vincent's hospital, Sioux City. In September. Mrs. Ed Hauptmon, Mr. and Mrs, Bud Hauptman of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. John Arnes of Charles City, spent several days last week at Milwaukee, where Lorraine Arnes, now Sister Bernard Marie, recfii/ed her black veil in the convent there. Mrs. Arnes is the former Agnes Hauptman, daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman. MANY AT SHOWER LEDYARD, AUG. 16 : Ledyard: Oh Thursday after- njoon a.'post-nuptial shower was held! the Methodist toasement honoring Mrs. Harlan Logeman, th> loi'hier Velda Estle. . A program ••of games, contests and readings by Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn; and Helen Cody of Seneca furnished entertainment. ;'The' bride received many gifts. Lunch! . iwas served at tables beautifully decorated with blue and yellow streamers and .flowers : of the same colors. Private Logeman expects to leave this country' this week for Germany to be with the army of occupation there, and Mrs. Logeman hopes to join him there as soon as .possible. Out of town guests at the showier., were: Mrs. Ray Hart- shonn, Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn and two,'-children and Helen Cody, all of-Seneca; Mrs. Ed Reece of Armstrong; Jean Estle and Mrs.t Harlan Peterson, Swea City; Mrs. Henry Gocke, Elmore; Mrs. Emory Smith and Mil's. Emma Sinkth, both of Lakota; and Mrs. Donald Joos, Titonka. Word From Grandson After three months of anxious waiting Mrs. Haltie Sprank and Mis. Win. Wenzel heard from their grandson and son Lewis Alver, who is with the navy. Ho called Wednesday from Los Angeles that they had landed and he would be home on furlough soon . """ New Klinksiek Arrival Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Klinksiek are the parents of a baby daughter born Tuesday, Aug. J4 at the Kossulh hospital in Algoim. She h;;s been named Sherry Kay. The Klinksieks have one other child, a son Keith, who is four. Mrs. Jack Lynch entertained a group of friends at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. E. Wiemer and Mrs. Gertrude Wiemer were Mankato shoppers on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swarlzell and daughter of Olin visited last week at the E. A. Carpenter home. Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer of Webster City left last Sunday after a week's visit with their brothers John and Everett Hartshorn. Doctor Earl Burgess of Algona and Rev. and Mrs. Edward Cass were dinner guests at the Harold Herzog home Wednesday evening. THRILLS! AUTO RACES COMING Algona Fair Grounds LABOR DAY Sponsored by ALGONA LIONS CLUB Becker Families In Reunion, Livermore, Wesley: A Becker family reunion was held at the James Becker home near Livermore Sunday, August 11. Those who attended included Sister M. Georgine of Dubuque, Father Luke Becker of Pilot Grove, Mo., Rev. N. J. Becker- of Royal, the Anton Beckers of St. Joe, ' tha Matt Beckers and Tom Beckers of Wesley, the Roy Beckers of Livermore, the Eugene Thuls of Algona, Lawrence Becker of Bancroft, the Gerald Henleys of Rulhven, the George Beckers Jr. of California, Mrs. Ida Becker and family of St. Joe. 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