The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1946 · Page 5
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flCff. 1, t946 LV VERNE u The flrst Ol p "JH? r , " Chl £ s and was published" 'Friday, fi If 2- i h l*.?*w indiuaes; itor-in-chicf, Barbara Sarifdfd; l?tant editor, Harriet Nelson manager, LeRoy Wilier:; -ftinrtagef, Marilyn* < c sports editor, Nor" > ', u Nelson; J uni01 ' ncw « rc- Vter, Marcia Downs; sophomore ws reporter, Harold feschen; freshman news Teporter ' y s; tiT' lstl ^ ists, Elvera thill, SjMvift :Pet°Xu S Otwibo <;h tffttt 'Gene« ° ?! ho '?P*< J n; local reporter,: Wprgaret Moedtng; mimeograph-. ffi, Howard 'Krousc and Leo Lai- llBf. MSihodisf Group Meets e general W.'S.'C. S. of 'the' hodist .church met We»nes- ; afternoon, in the .church pnT- Iffi-s with a. very good attendance; Hostesses 'for iht> meeting were John Vessel'., Mrs. Jdhn . Jr., Mrs. William Qoolseh Mrs, Floyd McClaren. The 'business meeting was held and imports were given on the W. S. <2.'S.< conference which was held Recently in Eagle Orovr. The theme for the afternoon was IJMethodist in the Country," The devotional period was led by .Mrs. Frank Sanforl and the les•son was. giyen by»Mrs. Ralph Da^Idson. Lunch was served by .the hostesses at the close of the 'afternoon.:" Adopt Baby Girl $ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sorensen ;bf Corwith have adopted a four- jfcound four-ounce baby girl. The fbaby is two weeks old and she [has 'been named Charlene Mae. fMrs. Sorensen is the former Vir- Vginia Ramus, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Otto Ramus. i Phyllis Lichty of Mason City Spent the week-end at the home for her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil Xichty. |f Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Steussy ibf Bath, Me-., arrived Wednes- .fay to visit at the home of his :jmpther Mrs. Elsie Steussy and vjyith other relatives. vS : '.Mf." and Mrs. William Goetseh pntertained at a dinner Monday evening honoring the birthday of ttieir daughter Sheryl Ann. Those attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behnkeh-, iqorf and daughters of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetseh and. Oppris Jean, Mrs. Anna Goetseh rind Arlie and Donald Behnken- garf, all of Lu Verne. ?,',Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Schichtl •qrtd ?on Jerry of Estherville and .Mrs.*'Henry Marr and children Joyce and Raymond of Spirit ^bko were visitors 'Sunday at L B home of Mr. aiid Mrs. -Otto imus. <Mt. and Mrs v Gottlieb Hansel- •innestfta and'^Wisconsln. ! M,'Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Blank-' Snhageh and Junior, Mrs. Olle. tT ensen and daughters and Miss-: Irna Eustace, iff of Port Dodge, j ifcre Sunday guests sit 'the home / Mte. -Eleanpra Eustace. : Suwday tfiflner guests at the J. '.Nelson 'home were Mr. and ,'rs. 'George Schwartz, it. Allan underson, all of Ames, Mr. and ..Mrs. Merlin -Baker and Mr. and .Mrs. Jon Nelson of 'Lu Verne. Mr. tfnd Mrs. Jon Nelson and three children Sonja, Karen and Jon moved here recently ft-o'm ffi-lendale, Calif. •if Mr. and Mrs. •James Paulson ;awd daughter Paueltte of Britt jwere guests Sunday at the -home I at her father George .Merkle. "# 1% -and Mrs. Harold Lichty 3re .visiting-at^he. home of her ^ther Minnie .Little in Idaho. !*•! Mr, and Mi's.-Robert- Lux spent ite weekend visiting relatives -in »rnis_trong. k; Mr: and .Mrs. Art • Riley' and |1!LF» ana Mrs. James Doak were *§£ors, Sunday afternoon at the pme of Mr, and Mrt. Judd Ber- pill in Liverjnore. ! ™-? Lu Verne Live Wires 4-H Were hostesses at an ice Friday evening, at „ home of Mr. and &>?•*. Fett, The club mem* ^entertained their parents w S 6 ^? 1 SueSts at the party. . ars, Olla Godfrey, accompai,- if by her daughters Rubye arid 'loren^e, spent Wednesday mi Tflcnn -.Cliy, where Mrs. Godfrey yed.'-an examination on'''Her Ip which she broke several ipnths ago. , ".is, Anna Goetseh and her son -; *lso Mr. and Mrs. George ,Jr spent 'Friday in Waterloo [tiftg • Mrs. 'Gqetsch's son-in- r Joe Bowers, who was injur- •4 in an,automobile accident re* Beadle and Mary Jack Weuville. •Mrs! Kbralewski was graduated froW .the Swea City high : School. 'She has been ^mplbyed in Fairmont. Mr. Koralewski Served three years in the army air dorps following his graduation froth the East Chain high School. / 'Schoo'l ^oard entertains The school board and their wives entertained the faculty and their wives and husbands at a picnic at Lincoln Park, Fairmont, Tuesday evening. Also present -were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. AnderStfhj ,Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Carlson, gem-clary and treasurer respectively; Custodian and Mrs. Elmer Franks, and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton RoalSon, who took the party there in their bus. Including children, 41 were present. Board members are David Anderson, Fred Peterson, GeOrge, K. Nelson, Joe Presiton find Os- Heikens Visit Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Heiken of Fairmont and their son Maurice were in Swea City Tuesday looking up old friends. Maurice is employed as a personal director in a drug store chain in Los Angeles. Mrs. Floyd Trent returned to her home at Cass Lake after spending two weeks at the Francis Treat's. She was taken back by Mr. and Mrs. Glen Olsoh and Mrs. Nora Olson, who spd'nt a few clays at the Treat summer resort. UPPER figg PelJewshitj Dinner More than 100 persons attefid- ed a fellowship dinner at ' the Methddist dhurch Thursday 1 evening. Following the dinner •* program was given presented 'irl the form of a radio Bfo' Mrs. Giffdrti Smith wefs anrtbuneed -and music -was Hished by the youth Chorus. '> reefed by Mrs. Eva Eggerlh 'K8p'| pen. Mrs. Truman iTohriSon rim devotiohs. Other 1,-ldies a"ppeaf' .ing on the pfogrdm included Mesdames Frank Smouse, Fred Moelling, Harold Andersdfi arid 1 George Eden. Guests of honor were returned service men and their wives. The W. S. C. &' serves two fellowship dinner^ yearly, each being in charge 'of two of the four circles. /Beatty Beadle underwent afi operation for appendicitis at an Estherville hospital . AM30MA ldWA», .aMW:.VT?.g- -~-- f..^..--^,^., —M.-...^.,^-., MARGARET BAKER EACIW1EDS ARMSTRONG rf-i OCTOBER/* ;',-fw?-K f' ****.M*it^t~i. .^i. ANNIVERSARY MONTH Unpacked! TIIE PERKY VEILED ( ' • ' Feather / Toque 2 95 Daring feather felt crcnlion with jaunty iuggesjion of a visor jiilling from hcncnlli a fclcliing how. A genuine budget triumph In (lie renlin of _ riallering fnsliion. New firm Equipment New International Harvester Hydraulic Manure Loader. Type B 10-inch IHC Feed Grinder. Double and Single- Unit Milking Machines. Electric C.ream \ 1 Separators. No. 46 Plow Attachment. Fatmall H & M Power Take-off Attach- • J merits.. Electric Pump Jack. Knife Grinder. 3 Types Hydraulic Manure JLoad- ere. 10-38, 11-38 arid 12-36 Tractor Tires, Tubes and Rims. Pneumatic Tractor Seats, Monroe Easy Ride Hydraulic Seats f or H & M Tractors. Horn Hydraulic Seat Snubbers. No. 6 Hammermill. Wagon Trailers with timkenbearW^s, ' x auto steerink an*n«w 6.50x16 tires. 1 Tokhehn, Tractor Cab for H Tractor. J Tractor Chains in AW Sizes. Air Compressor. Fractional horse power bejts and .pulleys. Adjustable Front Wheels for H and M Tractors. SPECIAL/ REBUILT MOTORS For .International ana Trucks EXPERT Carburetor Distributor 'Clutch and Magneto . 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