The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1946 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 8, 1946
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PAGE SIX ENTERTAINEDSIXTY AT LAKOTA, OCT. 3 FOR BRIDE-TO-BE Lakota: Mesdames Adolph Poppe and Henry Bocttcher entertained about GO guests at a pro-nuptial shower at the Lutheran church Thursday afternoon honoring Betty Beattle of Swca City, who will be the bride of Melvin Engelbart, Thursday, October 10, at the Lutheran church in Swca City. Guests wore from Swea City, Ledyard and. Lakota. Various games furnished entertainment and a delicious lunch was served. Melvin was discharged from the navy last spring. Bancroft Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. George Heetlancl, son Roger and daughter Arils Nurrc were last week Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. Anna Nurre at Bancroft. At Federated Meeting Eight women from the Acorn club went to Forest City last week Wednesday to attend the Sixth District Federated club meeting and report an interesting meeting. Those from Lakota who attended were: Mesdames Delia Smith, H. H. Murray, A. C. Schissel. Robert Hamilton, J. E. Ukcna. Carl Gerzema, Harry Mussman and Francis Adams. Three hundred and forty- nine women from the district registered. Mrs. Clark Mecham of Thompson was elected district president. Mrs. G. .}. Otis of Forest City, daughter of Mir. and Mrs. Carl Trump of Lakota, led in the salute to the flag. it Iowa State in Ames. Judith s : employed in a Sweet Shop m Campus town, Ames. All three girls graduated from Lakota high school last spring. Harry Mussman was a business visitor in Des Moines Thurs- Mr.,and Mrs. J. A. Bargar had as guests last week their daughter and family, the Ivan Everetts of Stewart, Iowa. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arvid Christ and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sleper returned last week Sunday from a fishing trip at Battle Lake and Itasco Park in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer of Milton, Wis., visited their son and family, the Arlie Meyers, north of town, last week. They also visited other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kienitz of Bridger, Mont., were guests of the Gutknecht families here several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kienitz are cousins of the Gutknech'.s and came here from Wisconsin, where they visited relatives and will visit other relatives at Oskaloosa, la., before returning home. Lena Gutknecht, who teaches at Mason City, came home last week Wednesday to enjoy a visit with them. LONE ROCK MEETS NEW TEACHERS AT Des Moines Visitor Mrs. Margaret Warburlon drove up from Des Moines last week Wednesday afternoon and is spending a week visiting her sisters Mesdames J. H. Wai-bur- ton and F. G. Torinc, Lakota, and her son Harry Warburton and family at Elmore, Minn. Pledge Sororities Faustine and Fanchon Heet- lancl, who are attending college, are both pledged to Sororities, Faustin to the Delta-Gamma at Drake university in Des Moines and Fanchon to the Chi-Omega MRS. SOLBERG OF FENTON PASSES Fenton: Mrs. Inger Louisa Solberg died September 30, following a sudden stroke at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Nyles Heggen. Mrs. Solberg was ill only about an hour and a half. Mrs. Solberg was born on February 2, 1881, in Norway, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Askel Berkland. In 1891 she came to Iowa. October 15, 1903, she was married to Ole Solberg in Fenton. Children born to this couple were Oscar, Armstrong; Adolph, Emmetsburg; Bernard. Edward and Ervin,-Cylinder; Otto, Ringsted; Mrs. Nyles Heggen, Ring- sled; Bertha, now teaching at Ledyard. Funeral services were held October 3 at St. John's church, Depew, Rev. V. G. Gilbertson officiating. Burial was made in St. Johnson's Depew cemetery. Brothers and sisters surviving are Mrs. Ben Mitchell. Fenton; Ole A. Berkland, 'Ringsted; Andrew Berkland, Cylinder; and Mrs. Sam Oleson, Fenton. Lone Rock: The first P. T. A. neeting of this year was held Wednesday evening, Oct. 2, at the Lone Rock schoolhouse. Tine Business meeting was in charge of the president, Mrs. C. M. Gross, after which there was a fine program, which was in charge of the chairman, Mrs. Lawrence New"brouph. The program started with the introduction of the teachers, two vocal solos by Mrs. Milton Madison and two piano solos by Mrs. W. G. Flaig. Mr. Green,- highway patrolman, then showed two'films, "Teach Them to Drive" and "The New Horizon," which were very interesting. Lunch was served at the conclusion of the evening. The next meeting will be November G, with Mr. and Mrs. jiJdon Mai-low, chairmen of the Program ninin-ltee. Mrs. Fred Flaig and Cecil Sec- gobarth spent Thursday shop- pine in Armstrong. Mrs. H. L. Walsh left Tuesday night to visit relatives in Chicago and Roddick, 111. Mrs. John Thomson and son o Royal .spent Wednesday over night at the Andrew Thomsei home. Mrs. Otis Sanders was a Wednesday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dransfeldt. Fritz De Marse of Wauseka 111., is spending a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrcnds. i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson spent Sunday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Shoopman at Cylinder. The Delbert Geitzonnuor family of Bancroft spent Thursday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,orena Geitzenauer. Paul Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lynch, left Wednesday from Algona to be inducted into the army at Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Will Christenson, Joan Zwiefel and Helen Sprank spent Tuesday in Rochester, Minn., where Joan had a check- Swea Fighter Pilot Was A Tamer Post Swea City: Bobby Berggfen, son of Mr. and Mrs, Fred Bevg- gren, is now stationed at the Rochester, Minn., air field, where ie i.! t'oing control towel- Work. He was a fighter pilot in the J3uropo;m theater of war; after iis discharge from the air corps ast year he continued his inter- •>st in aviation, taking up control ower work. wedding ifrvHaUotifr and an- louncerriehts at the Algona Upper Des Moinesi '•& • 34tf Visitors At Corwith Bode: Thursday- afternoon, Sept. 26, b party of Bode ladies drove to CorWith'''to spinel -the day with Mrs;'-Roy Johftson, a former Bode resident. Those who made the trig were: Mrs. Arttart- dn Johnsoh, Mrs. Joe-Rood, Mrs. Harold Rood, Mrs. Ihgebprg Swenson, Mrs. "Wilbur Rood .Mrs, Evelyn Williams, Mrs. J. B. Jacobson, and Mrs. Odin Rood. Helps In Moving Burt: J. P. Trurikhill went to Sac City Friday afternoon to help the J. T. Heaneys move into their new home. mW Votttt HOME-. ERPn MUD IN Atf* QtiAMTrrfc BRING If INI Algona Baking Co, , BAkVrfS Of' '..- j"l!oricy Krusl" flaked Products »P : *i : George's Special CHICKEN or RIBS Algonquin INDIAN STYLE GEORGE'S CAFE Where Good Food & Good Fellowship Meet G. l.'s ATTENTION:! I think this is what you have been looking for. A fasl growing Old Line Life Insurance Co. wants a man, who must be 25 years old, married, have a car and willing lo learn. We teach you all the principals of the selling in the field, pay you a good salary while you learn, also keep a successful field man with you all the time you need one. so you can't fail. So write us all about yourself if you mean business, give two references, who have known you the past ten years. Write c/o this paper. 52-55 As Materials Become Available, We Are Prepared to Assist You Through Our Property Improvement Plan for Home Modernization Investigate This Plan Now If You Contemplate Building or Modernizing Come in and Talk It Qv%f F. S. NORTON & SON up. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and family of Welcome, Minn., came Thursday evening to visit the parental L. C. Williams home. Mrs. Mary Zimmerman of Charles Citv came Thursday to the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long, for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanftncr of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thompson attended the Waterloo Cattle Congress at Waterloo Wednesday. Mr. and -Mrs. Carl Rath -of •.Awnstrong*. ItlLf- and Mrs. Clyde Anderson of Swea City spent Sunday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath. The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Roy Jensen Wednesday afternoon. The regular meeting was held. Mrs. Otis Sanders was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards and family attended a family gathering at the home of her arents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bils- orough at Algona in honor of heir 47th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jergenson nd Douglas of Algona, and Mr. nd Mrs. Roger Jensen spent ^hursday evening visiting the parental Frank Flaig home he'lp- ng Mrs. Flaig celebrate a birth- lay. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wald and daughter Christine Marie of San •"rancisco, Calif., and Mr. and VIrs. E. M. Jensen spent Friday visiting Mrs. H. N. Osher at Graettingcr. They all left Saturday for Iowa City, where they will visit their sister-daughtei and husband, Mrs. Wm. Mull and other relatives. Sunday dinner guests at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nel son were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Jacobson and family spent the afternoon there. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson, Mrs. Theodore Jacobson and Mrs. Kenneth Bates, the latter two of Burt, spent Wednesday and Thursday at the home of Mrs. Lillian Spangl and daughters at Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanch- ird left Thursday morning for a ew days visit .it the homo of VErs. Blanchard's sister, Mrs. ...aura Mantor at Cedar Fulls. The Kruegers will spend one day at the Cattle Congiess at Waterloo. Sunday dinner guests at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cher- and were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cherland Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Johns and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cherland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Cherland and iamily, all of Blue Earth, Minn., ;he Amer Cherland family, the Julian Cherland family, and Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland. Mrs. Andrew Thomsen entertained the following women at a card party Wednesday afternoon: Mrs. Milton Marlow, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Wm.- Marlow Mrs. Hugh Marlow, Mrs. Ervin Wetzel, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mrs Dick O'Donnell, and Mrs. Eldon Marlow. First high prize went to Mrs. Eldon Marlow with sec ond high going to Mrs. Lyle Mar low and travel prize going to Mrs. Wilfred Radig. Bode 45, kake View 0 Bode: Result'of football game between Bode and Lakeyiew played on the home field Friday ijfterriooji was 45-0 in favor of B'6de. II If That Dread Gry Is Heard on Your How Well Are You Protected? Eagle-Picher | (INSf ALLED BY COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO.) dives Maximum Fire A View of Traufcer Hom$ After Fire of March, 1945 How well jire you protected if the dread cry of "fire" is heard jm your farm.. You have no modern fire fighting equipment within a few blocks of your home, so prevention and protection against fire are very important! to yo'u. Eagle-Picher Insulation (as installed by COWAN'S) will give you both. It will help prevent spread of fires from lightning and short circuits because it will not burn. It will also help protect your home from the rapid spread of flames through the hollow flue-like spaces in the walls. Eagle-Picher Insulation has helped save many farm homes! 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