The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1946 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1946
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"•*3f&. '$«! , SEPT. 17, ,1941 'WOMEN, root; WO SKIT AT .,.,., .. afd: ^ pri itfuisday'" thi ilhadist Woman's Society of "* 'an Service was hostess guests from surroundihg Jni rpgrariV w£s • put on as, a . if wrth Mrs. Harold* Hef- ftlrograrn chairman, as radid tthper, , i|5daily v devotional' program .'by ; Mrs; D. B* Mayer Newscast' by Mrs, A'U . Mrs. D. A, Carpan- Mrs. G. Yahrtke sang- a e Newscast: wits' by Mrs; ooft, the Homemakers by Mrs. George, Thomp^y health' talk by Mrs. WentworthY. a, talk -on- Prior- Mrs; Herzog, hymns of Hes program; under the Sh and with Neva- Buras soloist and' the choir COnslatj6d of Mesdames George THorilfion, L. W. Werner, Ed- itti'ltHalvorson, H. Herzog, Ifitry Preyl, GlefiiT Burrows. ie | concluding.. broadcast was 3Hv4 and Take program with erzog as master -of cere- 1 tmtffiies. ' - j A corsage was presented to IMrs. Ray Estle who was cele- Ibrating her 40th wedding anni- Iversary that day to the oldest Infdther present. JFarenis of Daughter Sgt. and Mrs. Paul Garry are Ithe parents of a daughter born [(Tftursday Sept. 12, at the Kos- Suth hospital /in Algona and has be>n named Virginia Lynn. Sgt. long Pr'airic, Minn., visited at the Henry Erey home over last weekend. Vhe ladies are sisters. Mrs. Steve Powers arrived home last Week from a trip to Mge- and; Geneva, lll.>. where - Visited her; sons and other • . .,. ' Mrs. Henry"" Frey/ Mrs. Albert Barnes and: Mrs. Edward Looft visited at the home of Mrs. ;St6ve- ; PoWefsjj near Lakota on Friday jtftm-hoon. Mfs; Wm/'Peppe and^ Mrs. D; B. Mayer were Algona shoppers Friday. They took Mrs. Miller. 'and Marjorie Mayer, who had tiefltt visiting the Mayers, to -the bus depot. ' Mrs. A. G. Miller of Borming- ham; -Ipwaj Who visited, last' week at the home- of her sister Mrs. D< B. Mayer, left .Friday for Waterloo,- wnprfe she will visit- her parents before returning homo, 'v Mr. and Mi-si. Wi E. Wiomcr Were, in DeS Moines on. Tuesday attending 'the State' Bankers cdn^ vention. -They' returned Wednesday morning, .bringing; with them Marjorie 1 Mayer who visited her parents,' Mr. and- Mrs. D. B. Mayer, until Friday. f Arm Bureau The SeHeca township Farm Bu. reaii resumed its meetings Tuesday evening. The program opener! with community singing which was followed with a piano solo by Delores Wilberg. A vocal trio pre* sented two -numbers, the trio be-*- iftg Jeanne WilbeTg, Wanda Olson and Donna Jean Cody, Part of the September program given to the girls 4-H club and was in charge ,of''Mrs. Henry Loofti The girls began their- progam with the singing of the 4(-H> song Dfeamingi HutM Sa'nders gave The Gauntry Girls' , "Mfs, -Loofttthen gave some -of. the -'. of:' the 1 --; 4^i{- achievement SENECAP.MAND tCfary is here on leave from |Chanute Field, 111. sGlenn Dyer left Friday for Iowa City, where' he enrolled in College of Law. ffr. and Mrs. Aubrey Water- asefand Douglas were Algona ers^on Thursday. Mrs. V. A. Barrett of . . Mfsvisited Thursday evening -*~ B. Mayer home. M™ rS ' ACTIVE MEETINGS Seneca: '-The Seneca Parent Teachers hel'd the ! first meeting of the school year Thursday evening at- the^Seneca school. Community singing Idd by Miss Erickson and piano accompaniment by Thomas Curtis. Words of welcome to the teachers by the program chairman Mrs. Jens Peterse'n. and the in. toduction of the teachers to the assembled grdup by- Supt. Rectenwald. A short ^business meeting ; followed during which it was voted to' ourchase 25 additional son? -books. The meeting closed with community singing. Following-a short social period refreshments were served by Miss "Erickson, the Caleb Hartshorns, o * , Stern of and the Herny Loofts. show, both on a .county as-well as on >a lot'aKcl lib basis. The looalf club/ known, as the Seneca Stars; entered- 28: exhibits and- rdceivcd: 7 -blue ribbons; 12 red,- and 14-whito f ib^ons,- Margery Moore, tho club sec. briefly reported on IHC club mdetings; Shirley Culbertsonj the club treasurer, gave a treasurer's report, and 'the historian Delols Wilbeg gave the club history for the past year. J. H. Jensen briefly discussed new deal policies and county extension director A. L. Drown, spoke on the Clinton oats seed supply and the Farm Bureau resolutions. During the business meeting the following, resolutions committee 'was appointed: iFfed Brown, SheU don M&Frill and J; H. Jensen. •i In charge of the program were tho Charles Osborns, Otto Wil- bergs- and- Russell' Jensens. Refreshments ! were served by the Jenvold Goddens, Albert Codys, Verle'-Schmiths; and Earl Larsons. 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FINEFORSIXIN Six cases came before Justice of the Peace Jack Johnston, in the past, week, i Dick Sleper, Tilonka, was fined $5 and costs on a charge of failing to yield the right-of-way, in .a state case. Victor W. Heiserodl, Algona, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fined Sept. 8. and , costs, 'Leonard Pesfcka, Algona, charged with drunkenness, was fined $5 anc! costs. H: R. Hayes, Bode, was given a suspended sentence of $26 on a dharge of illegal fishing, in a case filed .by Walter Slmonsen, conservation officer. F-vroul Loebiff was finnd $2.50 and Costs on a charge of driving a common carrier on a state highway-over 45 miles per hour. Upper Des Moines Want Ada 8Httg Results. Do You Need A NEW CORN CRIB? IF SO, PHONE 215-Wy AtGQNA', FOR PRICES. DELIVERIES IN 30 DAYS AFTER ORDER II AS BEEN PLACED. SIZES—1000, ISOOj 2000, and 2500 BUSHEL. FULL INCH SIDING AND FLOOR. IIAS VENTILATOR AND DRAG LINE. j Hi •jr ftS s I i ! Is Your Home the Way You Want It for Cold Weather? 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