The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 8, 1946
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ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOfcER 8,1946 Eight Pages VOL. 81—NO. 40 Lon Gouges* 25 Years Wesley, Wed Honored Wesley: < Mr. . and Mrs. Lon Gouge observed their silver, wedding anniversary Friday 'October 4. They entertained 20 friends' at a Surf dancing and dinner party at Clear Lake. The occasion was also the third wed- dittg anniversary of their son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ptacek of Duncaii. The Gouges entertained a group of relatives at dinner Sunday. ft. EUenbachtr Visits Father Linus Eisenbacher of Alvord spent last week at his parental Ign. Eisenbacher home. .Thursday he, accompanied; by his father and, 'mother and his. Sister , Mrs. Clarence Nelson and two children, went to Reading, .Minn., to visit over the weekend at the Jake Strauth home. Mrs. Eisenbacher observed a birthday Tuesday, Oct. 1, and all of their children living nearby • .were dinner guests that evening. They were the .Vincent Eisen- bachers, Joe Studers, Norbert Hilberts, Clarence Nelsons, .Charles Nelsons, Father Linus Eisertbacher of Alvord, Johnny, Ed, Joe and Ruth Mary. • Girls' Basketball Nineteen high school girls satrtcd basketball practice last .week. Supt. Chas. Mullin is their coach.' The first- game is scheduled for November 8. Mrs. '•Charles Mullin, a teacher jn high school, was ill several days last week and unable to .teach. . .;, A group of neighbor ladies spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Will Eden in honor of her 73rd birthday. Mrs. Ed Thissen of Algona spent from Wednesday evening till Thursday evening at her parental Mrs, Helen' Johnson home. • 'Bernadette Bauer, Who is attending St. Mary's academy in .Milwaukee, spent the weekend, at her parental R. C. Bauer homo, Rosalie Alne, who has been .employed in a canning factory at , Blue Earth, Minn.-, . several .months, came home the; fore part of last week. , . • Mrs. Herman, Bode and Mrs. Francis Richter were hostesses at therregular meeting of the Catholic Mislsiqnary, society Wedn'es- - ''''' tdder-'of^/Excelsior,- Mintt.V: visitea relatives'* here ' several days last week. . : * .: ' \'. \ Mfs.\ Frank ''KJasel of Garner gpent . the past . ; two" weeks here .>yith ^ei ; ,.sis;ter;-Mra; Tillie H,ild- ;jman. ::ah&. "witis" 'other relatives. JAt. Klasel died .several weeks ' ' . , .. Judy Ann Sutherland, 3, of Sutherland, wa s a guest last ,week at the home of her uncle and aunt Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Haney. Her folks 'were vacationing in Missouri. . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward, Mr. and Mrs. J. M., Kunz and Billy Jo vspent Saturday and .Sunday In/Waterloo visiting Mrs. Ward?s sUtci- the Walter {smith.;, and attending the Cattle Congress. . .. David Klelnpeter and Eugene Hanig Went to Mankato, Minn., .^riday afternoon " and brought JDiana Kleinpeter, Rose Ann Gol- Jasch, Alice and Patty Richts- .meier home for the weekend. The young ladies are attendjng the Good Council Academy at Mankato. Mrs. Roland Waldschmidt o.f Fort Dodge came Wednesday to .spend a few weeks at her parental Ben G. Studer home, and ,t.o attend the wedding of her .br.othcr Mark Studer and Mil-' dred Fox, Wednesday morning, October 8, at St. Joseph'.* Catholic church here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, Mr. and Mrs. George Hildmsn and Beatrice and Mr. and Mrs. Joe .Wirth and Clara of DCS Moines were 7 o'clock 'dinner guests at .the Robert Kain home Wednesday. ' Mr. Wirth is a brother of Mrs. Ed-and Mrs. George Hild- nian and spent last week visiting .them. The American Legion Auxiliary held its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Helen Johnsbn. Plans were made for the annual amateur program/which will be held in 'November. 1 Mrs.' Edna Flom, secretary, reported 37 paid up members to date. She received the free membership, which is_ given every year.' . Mrs. Minnie Stud_er, president, reported that the" joint county Legion and Auxiliary meeting is-to be held here on November 25. RUMMAGE SALE Sat., Oct. I? 8:00 A, M. In Building Formerly Occupied By White^ SPONSORED B,Y Presbyteriap Women Big Annual Wesley Methodist Church BAZAAR and Chicken Supper ,, OCT. 16 Fried Union: A series of Birthday parties took the spotlight in Union the past week. ' On Friday evening Mrs. Walter Hcerdt- entertained 24 friends at 7 o'clock dinner- in honor of Her husband's birthday anniversary. Dinner was 'served cafeteria style. Pinochle wa.g played, followed by'a'late'lunch. Those attending^ were : Mr. and' Mrs. N. J. •^kn'd vMrs: Floyd: , •; v. and' 'Mrs.; . Clair Winkle, Mr. and Mrs: Louis.Bode and 'Joan, Mrs. Ra^ph Herberts, Louis Heerdt, Allen Wagner, and Mr. and Mrs. John Baas, Wnitte- more. , On Saturday ievenirig Mr. and Mrs./ Rdbert Sarchet * entertained at 7 o'clock dinner in honor of their 'son Kenneth'arid Wallace Winkies birthday anniversaries. Wallace, son of the Clair Win- kies, attends Junior 'college .at Fort Dodge, coming .home for the wekeend. Those attending were the Winkies; tAlgoha. On Sund.ay-also fpr 7 o'clock dinner the' birthday anniversaries of John Baas, Whittemore, Louis Bode and Martha Will of Union, were-obsorye"d : al, the Rudolph Will home. Th'cii- birth- dates being thy SUy.tltli and 7th Pinochle was the ; diversion, followed by lunch./' ' Brophy Farm Improved Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy are always 'doing some improving on their already nice appearing farm. This fall they installed a new septic.tank. Mr, and Mrs. August Will of Truman, Minn. Evelyn Alt, Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Ralph Harberts, were guests last week at tlie R. W. Will home. Mrs. Tasker Johnson and baby daughter are spending some time with Tasker's parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson. Her hus band is attending school in the south. Frank Slagle, uncle of August Slagle, who has been spending his declining years at Port Richey, Fla., is not enjoying his usual good health. He is far up in his 80s and he rtow needs constant care and. attention. Burt 4-H Held Election Of Officers Burt: . The Hurt 4-H club met Thursday evening at the Fred Tigges home. The following officers were elected: William Madsen, president; Roger Chafee, Vice president; Anna -Coady, secretary-treasurer; Gerald Meyers, reporter. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Lone Rock Aid Meets Lone Rock: The Lone Rock Ladies Aid met Thursday in the Lone Rock church parlor with Mrs. Will Christenson and Mrs. Charles Morris as hostesses. The business meeting and lesson were held, after which a delicious lunch was served. The next meeting will be held the 24th of October at the church parlors with Mrs. Frank Flaig and ; Mr3. J. M, Blanchard as hostessds. Party At Lone Rock Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard entertained the members of her graduating class at a party Tuesday evening. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shascr, Mr. and Mrs. Glair Boilinger, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wetzol, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus, the latter two of Burt. ' Mrs. Ada Mann, Burt, Dies In California Burt: Burt relatives received word Thursday of the death of Mrs. Ada Mann, widow of the late M. J. Mann, on Wednesday at her home at Van Nuys, Calif. Mrs. Mann, who was in her 80s, made her home here until about a year ago, when she went to California to make her home with her only son Frank, who died some months ago. Her husband died in February, 1928. The body is being brought to Burt for burial. 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