The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1946 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 24, 1946
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. BUS" The Algona Bus Lines Now Ha* 3 I Schedules Daily FT. DODGE, Ames and DCS Moincs, and 2 sche dules to Sioux City, Buses leave Algona^ Daily at 7:00 A. M,, 2:50 P. M. and 7:10 P.M. Call the Algona Hotel for full information. 4 . . 37-38 ESTAlLISHED 1865 ALGONA.. IOWA,, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1946 Six Pages—Second Section VOL. 81—NO. 38 LAKOTA PRESBYTERIAN AID OBSERVES FIFIIETH ANNfifERSARY, SEW. 19TH P Scxtoh ChilnSh' ' ••• \ And <'*;,. BAZAAR The annual fried chicken supper and bazaar will be held at Sexton Hall THURS., SEPT. 26 Beginning at 5 O'clock 'MENU Fried Chicken Gravy Mashed Potatoes Vegetable Plate Buttered Corn v Rolls Cole Slaw wily Pickles Pic Coffee Adult* 75c Children under 10, 50c jrWwtlo; tallies, iFaiioy Work, aniJ Christ^ mas Cards will beheld at the supper.!.;.'.'' tl ,., ' • Lakota: THursday was a Red Letter day for the Presbyterian Ladies Aid society when they celebrated the 60th anniversary 6f the organization of the society. The Rev. Kruse of Steamboat Rock, la. who was pastor of the c'hufch at that time, was present for the occasion 1 as was Anna Kleist of Waterloo, who with Mrs. Emma Winter, Lakota, was the first president and Mrs. Winter the first treasurer, an office she still holds. , > The fallowing program was siven: Song, audience; welcome, Mrs. W; E, Ley; response, Mrs. J. H. Warbarton; vocal duet, Mrs. Vefnon Smith and Wanda Scotland; devotions, Mrs. E. H. auschman; prayer, the Rev. Kruse. The Rev. Kruse talked on the early life of the. church. Me and his bride of a few days having taken over, the .pastorate in April 1896. Anna Kleist talked of her experiences since she left here many years .ago; Reorganization was,given to present, past presidents, and each was given a g61d color corsage; Vocal solo, Mrs. C. A.! Gutknecht; the present society president?, Mrs. Andrew Jansen read the history of the first 50' years; Mrs. I.E. Wortman in a short talk paid tribute to charter members. Benediction was given by the Rev. Buschman.' The guests then went to the CODE OR Brass Cylinder Padlocks Wfclciidorf Auto Repair On Highway 169 ; Opposite State Shops * AUrona, Iowa '••'': . dining room, where a delicious buffet lunch was served. The serving table was decorated with yellow flowers, gold candles, and a 3-tiered birthday cake with 50 candles. Large baskets of flowers were Used as room decorations. In spite of an all-day rain a large crowd was in attendance. Methodist Hostess Mrs. J. H. Warburton was hostess to the Methodist W. g. C. S. at her home last week Wednesday afternoon. Plans for the church celebration were discussed. A pot-luck dinner will be served at noon and lunch to the guests of the afternoon, with the women of the church in charge. Mesdames J. H. Warburton and Harry Mussman left Friday morning to attend N. W. Iowa Conference at Eagle Grove Friday and Saturday. Glen Klocke, Dennis. Murray, Lon Thaves and J. H, Warburton were fishing last week Tuesday at High Lake and report good catches of bullheads. * "HOUSE OF THE MONTH" DESIGNS 30 .excellent, readable floor plans, showing correct room ycasurcmehts; authentic exterior illustrations, .construction data; color scheme; cubage, etc. If you are ready to build or "just nlamUiw" this book will help you build a better house for h^VTi 0yi Thre .f b , luc , prlnts and one ** °* specifications may bo had for any design in this book for only $10.00. F. H. A. House of the Month Service / , Dept. 143, P. O. Box 18 1 Waukegan, Illinois n M ii,, ly ^ op - v of "House of the Month" Designs. I endow $1.00 In full payment. Name.. City.. ..State.. £38* > * Mrs. Joseph Swenson of'Cler- mont spent last Week here visiting her daughter and family, the Robert Hamiltons. • Esther Nitz arid Mrs. Amelia Koppen left via train from Boone Thursday for Hollywood, Calif., where they will spend the winter. Paul Ukena :left recently from Algona for New York, where he will audition for Juillard School Music. Mrs. Ukena „ went to Sherman, s Tex., for a visit with her parents. They have been visiting at the Jerry Ukenas the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scott stopped at the Will Schroeders last week Wednesday and left Thursday for their home in Toledo, Wash. Mrs. Scott is the former Margaret Schroeder and she and her husband are, returning from a honeymoon trip in- the East. They will make* several stops at places of interest on the dy home. Mrs. Kenneth Hofman and little daughter are visiting the former's brother 'and -family, the Edgar Inlays. They have also been visiting her parents at M6- ville, la., and will return there following her visit here. Mrs. Hoffman, nee Janice Inlay, is well_known;here^and-: .worked .in. ,tnq Lakota RecoW office two' years teefore'.her: marriage."•': PORTLAND CLUB ONWTH Bode Man, Bride : Honored Sept. 15 At Big Reception Bode: A reception in honor of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanton N. Olson was given at the St. Olaf church parlors on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 15, toy Mr. and Mrs. Andy M. Olson. During the afternoon a program consisting of a vocal solo by Melvin Olson, accompanied by Mrs. Ted Underberg, and two piano solos by Roger Olson was presented. Mr. and Mrs. Slanton Olson were married Sept, 7 at Rock Island, 111., and after spending a few days with his parents, returned on Monday to Rock Island, where they will make their home and where Mr. Olson will be employed. OTTOSEN AUX. WILL BE COUNTY HOSTESS OCT. 1 Ottosen: The American' 1 Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon, September 10, at' the home of the unit president, -Mrs. Fred Kampen, with ten in attendance. During the course of the business meeting the County American . Legion Auxiliary meeting which will be held at the Ottosen Presbyterian' church on October 1, was discussed. The Bode unit will have charge of the program. The following committees wsre appointed to work at the county meeting: Kitchen,. Mrs. Miks Coylc, chairman, Mis. John Coyle, Mrs. Caroline Telford, and Mrs. Antone Speich; dining room, Mrs. Clara Solberg, chairman, Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, Mrs. Hollis Cooper, and Mrs. George Cooper. ' .• ' Mrs. Wattson Struthers was taken in as a new member. Guests- were: Mrs. /Frank : Leist and Mrs. Warren McMahon. The hostesses " served a> delicious lunch. , Portland: The Portland Prog reSs club will meet Thursday Sept. 19, with Mrs. Jake Smith Mrs. Earl Miller entertainer, the Cresco Embroidery, club a her home recently. Mr, and Mr. Joe Zanke took Shirley Harvey to Frances Schrewer college, Sunday. Sept 15, where she enrolled for her freshman year and will'major in art. . \ Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Drone ar parents of a son since Sept. 6 There is a small daughter in the family also. .. Mr. and Mrs,. Ray. McWhorter and daughter Virginia have written from Rock Rapids, S, D., tha they are enjoying their trip anc will-go to Salt ..Lakfe-City, Utah then-^aok^ta Denver.-to visit -life brother'£%wls"." irv r " 1 Mary "Lee '•'•Parsons' went to Forest City on Sunday and .will take elementary teaching for 'two years,'" . LUTHERAN MISSION RALLY Algona, Iowa v September 29th, 1946 DR.F.C.STREUFERT,D,D, T , of St.. Louis, Missouri, Executive Secretary of Horns Missions in North America, , . , will address MISSOURI SYNOD LUTHERANS of KossiUh, Hancock, Humboldt, And Palo Alto Counties JOINT MISSION RALLY ALGONA HJGH SCfl'k AUDITORIUM The Public Is Invited Progressive Club Party' The Ottosen Progressive club held its annual Anniversary <party in the Presbyterian '• church parlors Tuesday evening; The teachers in the local-'school end the husbands of the members bers were guests. The ! president Mrs. Jessie Van: Buskurkji,,wel- •cbmed the gtleSts.' ••'•'[-. ' • * ;; > •/' The men had to choose 'his wife by looking at her 'right hand. Not one man in the:crowd got the right lady. .Later, after other games a delicious lunch was served. The lunch '-was'serv- ed' by, : .MrsT .Kate: Jacobin and *Jr5..' .Helen... Rasmusson/J Altogether about 30 attended. Lutheran Aid Meets The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Helen Rasmusson and Mrs. I. Lovig as hostesses. Plans were made for the annual bazaar and supper that will be held in the church parlors September 25. Mrs. Ernest Enockson read the lesson. The following program was given: , . Mrs. T. T. Thompson of Bode played several piano solos. * . Mrs.. Percy Watnem read an article in Missions. Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl read two poems. Mrs. Miles. Helman of Bode sang two vocal solos. ••" The-next meeting will be with Mrs. Roy Jacobson and Mrs. Roy Enockson as hostesses on October 9. Mr. and Mrs. Art Lovig and Children were Sunday evening Callers at the Fred Kampen Home. i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundt Spent the weekend at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Nelson at Mankato, Minn. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naeve and son Donald of Rolfe and Mr. and Mrs. John Naeve of Gilmore City called at the Oliver Kinseth home Sunday afternoon. Evelyn Speich and Thelma Or- vick'of Ames spent the weekend at the Antone Speich home. On Sunday the family held a picnic dinner at the Paul Berninghaus home near West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Holden of Page, N. D., spent the week visiting at the Holden and Zergum homes and other friends and relatives here. The Nick Holdens were former residents of this community. Sunday dinner guests at the Chester Almc - home were: --Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Ada Whitehill, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Blanchard Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and son Gary, all of Lone Rock. : Mr. ' and ' Mrs. Chester Alme and •• daughter Shirley were Wednesday -evening callers at the J. M/ 'Blanchard home, Lone Rock. ' Mrs. Alme attended the Shower honoring Mrs. Jesse Blanchard Jr. in the Presbyterian church at Lone Rock that evening. , %£)£ Friday evening callers at the Egon Kj'eer home were Mr. and Mrs. John Siefkin, Mrs. Ben Dirks, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hiesterman and Mrs. Cornelia Siefkin, all of Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Simonson and daughter Maparet of Humboldt called at jthe Kjeer home Tuesday evening. ; Statement of the Ownership,' Management, Circulation, Etc., Required by the Acts of Congress of. -August 24, 1912, and March S, 1933. , Of The Algona Upper Des Moines published^ weekly at Algona, Iowa. •for ; September', 1 1946. •°tate of Iowa iounty 6f Kossuth, ss. . Before me; a notary public in land for ^the state and county aforesaid, 'personally appeared R. B. '•Waller;* -who, haying been duly sworn ; according- to law, deposes .'and says 'th'aVhe is the co-publish - ?er of ;the!Alig'oh£b Upper Des Moines . glt:di!'Risiiai8wl8dge aWiB'elief, a rue^ statement- of 'the ownership, management ; (and if a daily paper, the; circulation), etc., of the aforesaid ^publication for the date shown In the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, jy)2, as amended by the Act of March 3, 1933, embodied in section 637, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this iorm, to wit: 1. That the name and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and 'business mana'gers are: Publisher, J. W. Haggard & R. B. Waller, Algona, Iowa. 2. That the owners are (If owned by a corporation, its name and address must be stated and also immediately thereunder the name.* and addresses of<stockholders owning or holding one per cent or more of total amount of stock. If not owned by a crporation, the names and addresses of the individual owners must be given. If owned by a firm, company, or other unincorporated concern, its name and address, as well as those of each individual member, must bo given.) x J. W. Haggard, Algona. Iowa. H. B. Waller, Algona, Iowa. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees,' and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount O't bnds, mortgages, or other securti- ties are: (If there are none, .so state.) None. 4. That the two paragraphs next above, the names of the owners, stockholders, and security holders, if any. contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the company but;also, in cases where the stockholder .or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's ifull knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold Stock SHOP UPHOLSTERING AND FURNITURE REPAIRING !'*^"t\CJ^3T«n^^ir^!7? 210 South Dodge St; Algona , ,.--..; and Securities in a capacity other than tha of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any interest direct or ( indirect in the said stdtk, bonds, or other securities than as so staled by him. * 5. That the average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold' or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the twelve months preceding the date shown ' above is 4,110. R. B. WALLER. Sworn to and subscribed beforfv*' me this 20th day at September, 1946. (SEAL) R. S. BLOSSOM, ' (My commission expires July 4, 1948.) FUNERAL HOME (SUCCESSOR TO MERRITT'S) // 7 7 * X ^Ambulance )Oe/wwe Day or Nighb— Telephone 11 I .ALGONA IOWA. New Shipment Just Received the amazing new C/T THE OAKS At Fairmont, Minn., will be open ONLY on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights until further notice. LUSBY&GIOSSI World's «mooth«t writing ptn. Rollt the ink on dry! It's stlf-blotting. Evan writti dry whtn •ubmtrgtd under wol«r. Writes for 3 months to 3 years on one refill—cartridge. Reloads — with a cartridge — in IS seconds. Can'l Irak — at any altitude. You can't tv.rt shakt Ih* ink out. Writ« en any paptr or iMt*> •• rial, lin*n, UxtiUi,««. 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