The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1946
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' -'* WESLEY GROUP IS AIDING NEED YIN FOREIGN NATIONS 1 Wesley: The AiriVet Auxiliary Mold a regular meeting Thurs- flay everiing 'in the bank base* ient \» 1 , S , ervel 'J 5 ' Were Mildred Fox, Mildred, Mrs, Os- 9 ar Johnson, and Mrs. Sparks, Mrs. Pfeffer, president, reported Wat she had sent two boxes of Nothing and useful articles to fiwo families in Norway and two m-Holland. She asked for more l .necessities lo be sent to these needy people. " frurse Visit* Home j: Zelpha GHrrard, R. N.j Mason City, spent last week at the home of her sister Mrs. Fred •Harr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harr and her brother and sister- ••'imlawj-Mr'. and Mrs. Wesley Gir- |ard spent a week in Northern .Minnesota recently. The - three Harr -daughters were at their -maternal grandparents, the AiU »;'<pert Girrards. -fttake Fishing Trip f.; Charles Kraus and son Chuck Went to Minnesota Wednesday dn a fishing trip. They spent the -first night at the home of their daughter and sister, Dorothy, the Harold Brooks. Chuck is on a Vacation from the Iowa State college, Anne's. .' > Is Rebecca Hostess .| Mrs., Oliver'Young entertained at a. Rebecca Silver Tea Wednesday night. Five hundred was played at three tables. Mrs. Will Martinek received high score prise .'and Mrs. Tillie Loebig won lucky chair prize. ESTABLISHED 1886 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1946 Second Section Eight Pages- VOL. 81—NO. 37- Vehicles Featured In Swea CitySParade . S FENTON CLASSES MEET, ELECT ALL OFFICERS FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR Beat LuVerne, 5-3 The local public school base- .ball team defeated Lu Verne 5-3 in a game played there Friday afternoon. This 1 was the first game of the season. Two sched-' Fenton—The class officers and Uled games were rained out last sponsors of the Fenton high Pweek. Chan Ward and LeRoy school have been chosen for this 5«Seiler are batteries. Loren Ozias,'year. For the senior class presi- "lewjjjnstructor at the school,'has dent is Verda Elmers; vice pres- hargc of all boys' athletics.! ident, Harold Berkeland; secre- iupt. Chas. Mullin has charge of tary, Violet DeWall; sponsor,. V. :irls' athletics. 'Ian Church Supper The Methodist Ladies' Aid are banning a chicken supper and iazaar on Wednesday, October 6. -;•'•' -.... Dr. H. H. Raney and Richard Jreffhorst h'evrolets. are driving new J. Tatum. For the junior class, president 1 is Eugene Mansager; returned Monday. Joan graduated from Seneca high school the past school year. Sell Home in Fenion— The Wm. F. Stiemans h?ve sold their home in Fenton to the vice president Lorna Kressin; Allan Bellingers; About October secretary, Betty Voigt; treasurer, flrst the Stigmans plan to move Dean Lufkin; sponsor, Mrs. Mc-; to Fmton, Texas, in the interests Coy. For.the,sophomore class the president is Jacqueline -Ehrhardt; vice' president, Howard Krause; secretary and treasurer, Mary Bierstedt; sponsor, Mr. Sawyer. For the freshman class Rev., and Mrs. J. A. Riggs plan t h e president is Gladys Mueller; |p attend the annual Methodist vice president, Jane DeWall, sec- Conference at JSagle Grove Sept. lre t ar y and • treasurer, -Delores Mansager; sponsor, Mrs. Ditsworth. .The'number of pupils en- Jember 19 to 22. Oliver Young, Clarence-. Ward; enry iShore and Ed Weig left room built on the northwest corner of his house' to. ,'be used .for his business'," as'-nibfti- cian. Albert Munson returned last jiveck from the • University hospi- ital. at Iowa City, where he had been several weeks for medical (treatment. . Mrs. Anna Reno submitted to a major operation at the Mercy kjhospital; in Mason City Friday, 'Sept. 6. Her. family have visit- i-d her- often. Miss Hazel-Heiri and Miss Ted- rdy Brauer of Rochester, Minn., •jwere weekend guests at the jRev. J. A. Riggs home as 'guests 'of Mrs. George Burnett Jr. Sr The- Study club met Thursday 'afternoon with Mrs. Alfred Erd- anan. Mrsi August .Studer had 'the lesson: The- club will meet mext week with Mrs. Studer, Mrs, fij, L. Pfeffer will have .the* lesson. ' --;-• ... i Ruth Vitzthum, who '•. is - em- • 'ployed at Mason City is spending !a two weeks vacation at her par- 'ental George Vitzthum home. . !She is assisting with the work in [ <the Loebig Cafe. Velma Hanig i;also,4»elped out in the cafe. l| Sunday guests at the Tom |McMahon home were her folks, v ;the L. H. Kents of Burt, and his Kfolks, the Dr. 'Tom. McMahons of I Garner. It was a postponed l-'birthday dinner for Mary Lou ",-McMahon, who was •seven years k'old Sunday, Sept. 8, I, Frank and Will Primml, Mrs. iliucy Brabec and her two daughters Virginia and. Gayle left 1 ;Wednesday for •. St.' Louis, •• where .Virginia and Gayle will enter Webster college, the former for fher third year and the latter, her flirst year, They all spent sev* feral days in the Ozarks.' 1 5 The /K. Y, N, Circle of the rolled in Fenton -high school this «re*Qii."-tei*. RCt.'*lY\/4 ' itv' 1 "*- tVia . ITr*£lHp year is 1 ' 65, • and school, ;72.;,..•:,-..; [•'-'• grade f CHICKEN ' . , SUPPER •Served, by the Whittemore 19 Thinf*, ,, Sept At ibc WWttemore Church d ;PoteJe<ss api GifftFy Pie, Jpli Honored at _ Shower--- ~ 'Mrs." George O.'-Jorgenson was honoree at a shower at the home of Mrs. Ed. Weisbrod Thursday evening. Other hostesses- were Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Mrs. Paul Corneilius, and Mrs. E.. C. Fauerby. Mrs. Eugene Huskamp was in charge of the program of games and the showing of colored, slides taken by Mr. Huskamp. The bride then opened her gifts, one of them being a Corsage presented by the hostesses. Refreshments were then served to the guests. Enters Business School—, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden took their daughter Joan 1 to Des Moines Sunday where she enrolled in A.'I. B. .The Maddens Methodist home of church' met at the Mrs. Orville Smith Thursday, Sept. 12. The-Stitch and Ch^t circle will meet with Mrs; 'Qttp Henderson .Wednesday, ..-Sept. 25. The Willing Workers will meet Wednesday, Sept, 18, with Mrs. P. C, Haynes, Mrs.'Clarence Ward and Mrs. Clare Robinson co-hostesses. of Mrs. Stigman's health. The Bellingers wont move in their newly possessed house till March. - • • . On Fishing Trip— - Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhr and Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz left Friday morning for Big Sand • Lake, Minn., for: several days of fishing. Miss Edith Sorenson is .new clerk in the Krause market. Eunice Berkland is attending Cedar Fall's teachers college. Eunice is a sophomore. B. H. Benson sold his household goods at public sale Friday L. Hanson was the auctioneer. . Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield returned Sunday from a month's vacation in and Indiana, town marshall. Illinois, Michigan, Mr. Theesfield is Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod are planning to move from Lewistown, Mont., New Mexico. to Albuquerque The .climate Sewing' Circle- Hostess hostessi.'- (:b her' riesday. Th;e ladies Wed-: sewed and spent the afternoon .socially .after which -time refreshments were served by Mrs. Holldorf. Mrs. Kramer, Whittemore, was a guest of the group. Mr. and Mrs.'* Geq;' O. Jorgenson, Donald Jorgenson, and Rex Wolfe spent Tuesday .in •>, Marshall, Minn. . ' . Bancroft Wins, 10-0— Banci'9ft defeated: Fenton high school Baseball team the pas^ week 10-0. Batteries for Fenton were Hackbarth and Mueller, and for Bancroft Rustemeir. Wm. 'Dau, Algona, showed movies of his vacation in the East at^the Fenton gym- Sunday night. Baseball Schedule— Fenton's athletic fall -baseball schedule has 1 been arranged as follows: Sept. 13; Whittemore Academy here; Sept.- 16, Bancroft here; Sept. 17, Burt there; Sept. 21-23-24i sectional tournatnent, Sept. 27, Lone Rock, there; Oct. 1, Burt here; Oct. 4, Whittemore public here; Oct. 8, /Ringsted there; 'Oct. 11, Swea City here; Oct. 18, Swea City there. Lewiston has not been satisfactory to Mrs. Weisbrod's health. Mrs. Tatum's circle of the Methodist WSCS met (Thursday at 'the home of Mrs. E.' C. Weisbrod; Roll call consisted of ' a verse on peace. The lesson.V given by Mrs. Clarence Artoogast, was taken from the book, "The Church's Ministry to the Family^ and was on the subject Word of God—The Bible." "The Refreshments were served by the host.ess/after.y .which-. :the meeting . Mrs?."- Otto Jensen'i Mrs. Gerald Voigt, and Mrs. F. W. Pruel. Mrs. Fred Mortenson, Mrs. Katherine Mortenson, and: Mrs. Russel Geronsin, the latter of Davenport, took Chris Geronsin to Manson Monday where he will visit his sister a few days. Mr. Geronsin lives in Clinton and has been vacationing for a month, spending part of the time with the A. L. Petersons, Ringsted. Mrs. Katherine Mortenson visited in Humboldt with the Rasmus Hansons during the day Looking for a Good I Egg Mash? | I I I We have a mighty good one here—an egg mash with a competitive price on it. The deal is really good, and It's been moving. Carglll Egg Mash is sold in Algona by FITCH FEED STORE, HIB- waukee Depot Corner. LUTHERAN Algona, Iowa MISSION RALLY September 39th,,1946 DRJ.CSTREUFERT,D.D. of St. Louis, Missouri, Executive Secretary of Home Missions in North America, will address ' ' ., MISSOURI SYNOD LUTHERANS of-Kossiith, Hancock, Humboldt, and Palo Alto'Counties JOINT MISSION RALLY ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Qn Sunday, Sept, 88th, at 8:30 p, ro. , . . Poors open atl;45 p, m. ' The Public Is Cordially Inviteit • . ' , '-, , , ' ,-f * " .. ~ f . ,, - ' " I =jnd the group were supper aests there on their return trip. 'ie Hansons are cousins of Mrs. lortenson. Miss Christine Hallan, Chicago, left Saturday after visiting several clays at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Katherine Mortenson. On Friday night a party was given in her honor. The evening was spent socially after which refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Katherine Mortenson and Mrs. Carl Mortenson. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mortenson, Mrs. Alfred Nelson, Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mortenson and Ruth, the- Hans Mortenson family, Swea City; Mrs. Russell (Seronsin and Mrs. Ted Samuelson, Davenport; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson, Doris Jean, Donald and Brian, Fenton. Fenton Wins, 6-1 ,' Fenton: Fenton high defeated Lone Rock, 6 to 1, last Friday in a baseball game. Mueller and JLufkin worked for Fenton, and erstedt-^and \Ohrn forV/Lone icfe Ehe'Rocki talliedroheWri- in the ; first, and Fenton; scored four in the same frame. TWO TAKE HONORS IN AMES FESTIVAL A number of Kossuth folks attended the Sports Festival at Ames, recently, including two whp won prizes. John Baas Jr. took second place the bowling event, and Earl was third in the rifle shoot. They were accompanied by their wives. Mr .and Mrs. Hollis and Cliff Benschoter, the Ronald Gardner.- and the Harry Fellers were others from this area attending, as v/ell "ARM Wl RING APPLIANCE REPAIRING WIRING OF ALL KINDS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 20- 206 we ST STATE ST. H. W. POST IHtAY AND TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds:. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and drayirig. PHONE 268 Algona, la. CHICKEN SUPPER AND BAZAAR SUNDAY, SpPT. 22 Legion Hall ' Corwith, loiva MENU Frieti Chicken Mashed Potatoes Dressing Buttered Corn Salad " Cottage Cheese Rolls Pie Coffee Adults 86c Children 40c Catholic Ladies Aid Albrecht's special showing of fur coats One Day Remember MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 Christensen's New Location! ALLEN MOTOR COMPANY i ' . - ' '. We Have Moved to our New Building DIAGONAL & ELM STREETS Stop In To See Us Soon We shall do our best to accommodate you irrespective of the confusion in moving and the non-completion of the interior of our building. PLANS FOR A FORMAL OPENING ARE MADE AND. WILL BE ANNQUNC* ED IN THE NEAR FUTURE, Sales and Service Allen Motor Company • f •., • .)*•'.»,, Chrysler Phone

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