The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1946 · Page 14
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PAGE FOUR— BORTO.E;S.TO OBSERVE ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY •Btirt: Kossuth Chapter No. 201 O. E. S. will meet Tuesday evening, October 8, for , its regular monthly meeting, after which a program in honor of the 50th an- hivorsary of the organization of the chapter will be given. Woman's Club The Burl Woivui'ns club will have the first meeting of the club yenr Monday, October 7, at the home of the president, Mrs. W. B. Officer. It will be the club's annual 5 o'clock ten. New Teachers Entertained The members of the school faculty who were here last year entertained the new members of the' faculty at a supper at the schoolhouse, followed by a movie last Monday evening. D. D. Clapsaddle Home Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter Mrs. W. F. Gildner in Mason City last week. They brought home Doctor Clapsaddlc's .father D . D. Clapsaddle, who had be;en a patient at the Park hospital. W. S. C. S. Meels Oct. 2 : The W. S. C. S. will meet in the Methodist church parlors mm Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson When the history of great ppp- uai 1 causes is written in America, the authors will record that the gains made by the Townsend organization outstrip by far those recorded in a similar period of time by any other drive. In 1774 there was talk of freeing Negro slaves. In 1789 the first abolition society was established. The final "Emancipation Proclamation" was signed in 1863. In 1777 woman suffrage first started; but not until 1920 did women enjoy their full right of citizenship. Just 13 years ago the Townsend PlarL was first made public. Yet today there are over 12,000 chartered Townsend clubs in the U. S. and Alaska. In these few years, the Townsend Plan is being debated by economists. Leading industrialists echo its major tenets. The coming senate study, presages early action. While every other great cause has taken from GO to 120 years for victory, the Townsend Plan is accomplishing its purpose in only 13 years on the national scene.—Adv. Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 2, with Mrs. Sumner Parsons* Mrs. M. O. Kiehards and Mrs. <L. E. Riebhof f as ' hostesses, Lurena W:e§sel will lead the devotions and Mrs. J. fl,' Graham Will have of the program. Horn i Comfort thai Laito • Houtctimc with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phont ui today CowanBldgSupply Co, Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA FARM MACHINERY fl OR BRING m YOUR WORK NORMAN REPAIR SHOP Lois'* fiftWffSfh W"l«ft«S The losers ih a contest held by the U aftd I. Circle etttertairted the' winners 'at a party at the Clans Dartiels? home last Tuesday evening. Each loser had prepared n bundle .of clothing. Which the winners .were required to wear. Mrs. Isabel Steward received the prize for the besV. costume. An upside down lunch was seil-ved at the Clds'e Of the evening. The flev. and Mrs, John Roschke and Rev, and Mrs. Carl Roschke, Kafisas City Mo., Cafhe^ last Tuesday for a few days' Visit at the Retf. Ferdinand Reith home. They are Mrs. Keith's parents and her brother and Sister-in-law. ' , Clais Elects Offices . The Fidelis Sunday school class, met last Wednesday afternoon 1 at the home of Mrs. W. B. Officer. The 1 ' following hew officers were elected: Mrs. Officer, president; Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee, vice president; and Mrs. G. O. McFarland, secretary-treasurer. Presbyterian Council The Woman's Council of the Presbyterian church meets Wednesday, October 2, with the Mesdames A. H. Meinzer. G. C. Gidd'ings, J. G. McDonald, J. P. Truhkhill, H. A. Gettman, Bert Godden and Miss Ruth Hodgson as hostesses. Mrs. Delmar Angus will lead the devotions and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher will give a paper on Missionary Education. School News Several new, books have been purchased for the school, including a set of Cadmus Books for the grades and the New Unabridged Webster Dictionary for the high school. Beginners in band are now playing together out of the first semester bank book and looking forward to joining the band as soon as possible. The Hot Lunch program start- ed on Monday With' 100 pupils participating. Due to the Teachers meeting ih ATgona Monday, there was no school in the grades. All members of the faculty are planning to attend the meeting, on Visual Education being held this afternoon and evening. The baseball boys won oveir Lone Rock at the game here Tuesday with a score of 10-1. Today they are playing at Bancroft. Mrs. Fred Habeger was on the sick list several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson were Mason City visitors Thursday. Mrs. Albert Stnehle returned last Tuesday from a few days visit with friends at Mitchell, S. D. The Leo Immerfalls were 1 Ma- sojn City visitors Thursday. Mrs\ Immer.fall visited her friend Mrs. W!. F. Gildnor. •Mrs. Bertha Wallace enlertain- ed the Birrthday Circle Thursday Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. .F. O. Stow. Bruce Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Graham came up from Ames Saturday to spend the w'eekend ot the parental O. H. Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Elvidge and Mr, and Mrs. S. M. Peterson went to Waterloo Saturday to spend a couple of weeks. The El- vidges are visiting at the home of their son Ronald and the Petersons at the home of their daughter Mrs. Clarence Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Coffin and two children of Milwaukee, Wis.-, arrived Tuesday for a week's visit with Maurice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin. Maurice is on terminal leave and returned from ft year's' service-Mi Japan only two or thfes Weeks ago. ' ' ' Quite a number of Burt worh- ett are working at the Pi^nee'r Seed C&fn filarit., Ahlong the'm are Mrs. 3. L MllMr, 'Mrs. W, J, LdckWo6d, Mrs. Albert Steehle, Mrs. R. L. JMflore, Mfs.,William Salt. Mrs. Floyd Koepfce, Mrs. W. H, Vogel, and Mrs. Fred Howard. B'urt friends have received In* vitation to the'.wedding of Phyllis Beth, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. B. W. Brooke, Hawairden, to Peter Cooney Valentine Jr. on Sunday, Oct. II, at' St. Catherine's Church at Bufliftgdme, Cdl. The Brooke family formerly Hv* ed in Burt, ' Raymond Westltng-'has been sick with,the f'u .the., past,* week. The Mariners club had a picnic supper at Call park Thursday Portlftrtd Cltib To ' AidPraJMt'AfBttrt' Portland: The Portland Set- vice club met fhufsday, September 26 with Mra. Earl MiJlef. twelve wfffrtert attended arid Voted to donate (<*ft dollars to the Burt rest fOflftt furtd. Mrs. Albert Bans was assistant hostess. Lunch Was served. Mr, an-d Mr. Sumftef Parsons spent Wednesday at Forest City at a Parent-Teacher meeting at Waldorf college. Edward Smith went to Forest City Thursday and entered college there. - Mr. and Mrs, Kay" McWhorter reached home Thursday evening ^ftei" a three Weeks trip in the iwest. Iowa looks just a little ^r ' "f^ff^W^fl 1 ^ m, w.POST DRAY AND TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Long Distance Mauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. 4-H BOYS & About October 15 We Expect To RSgeiv'e A Shipment Of A SPECIALTY • ALL WORK fi M GUARANTEED HI On the Corner Hear Milwaukee Depot 25 HEREFORD PURE BRED STEER CALVES and 25 ANGUS PURE BRED STEER CALVES ••..'•i h.-..r.' '"'- : ' WE WILL SELL THESE AT COST TO ANY BOY OR GIRL DESIRING THEM FOR CLl%PURPOSES . . . LET US KNOW HOW M AN YY^ll WANT! • •' ; Western Buyers and Algona Livestock Phone 107, Algona Office East of Milwaukee Depot , » sttidettt at tffaftees schrfmee <»ol» lefee, is an 'aH'sfiMSM. find! MS teert assigned if> th« 6e(*c*a yeaf blnss ' t . Those wffd afe bes}hn6M IB School in this dtfttjfrtufilty iftclurfe Barbara Parsons, who g6es (6 fclfchjtfd "ftunkhHl and Richard Rickard ( at No, 8; Gaty Nauman and Harris Harms, Ntj. 6} David Stewart, Judy Carrolir —A— — Harm; Corrine ZWelfelj and - — <- BUckhoedt, No. i< One reported after going two da*y3 he had not feaimed a_ tning. /tea Tlifi Ooiuofl JMIIO V7ui jLuupn'iv ... [f&fJWW&JM^^ ....-..: i * •'- '.'• Phone 520-W For Pi-ompt Service On BOTTLED 20 YeareiExperience— No Red Tape- Dependable andWe'ti*!C f ll ittelivety— Just ;Phone Us |theltest. ! !"""' jstrom's liiuriCo. Established ' » 1925 Algona, Iowa \ •;:/.;.• ' * '. . • - • '.N NOW! Sargent Multi-RICH MINRAL MEA —FOR HOGS— in v Dress Print Bags Finest Print Dress Goods on. the Market! U Yards - • in Each Minral \ Meal Starting right now, Sargent has MultiRICH Minral Meal for you in the new Print Bags! 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