The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1946 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, OCT. 15, 1940 BIG SHIPMENT OF SHEEP TO UNION Union: Andrew Godfredson received a large shipment of sheep to feed the past week. Ciicsls at Lone Rock— L. T. WhitehiH and his mother Mrs. Ada Whitehill were entertained Wednesday at the J. M. Blanchard home in Lone Rock. ,ALGONA Ul'I'Kll bES MOINES, ALtJONA, IOWA J PAGE FIVE Leave on Vacation— Louis Bode, his wife and son Donald left last Monday for Minocqua, Wis., to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Louis' aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leitner. Soybean Crop Good— 'ftepbrts come in that the soy- jbcan crop is making 30 bushels per acre at Tom Reid's. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt and family visited at the Leonard Heerdt home at Ringstcd on Sunday, Oct. 0. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus of Burl entertained at dinner in honor of L. T. W'hitehill and Mrs. Ada WhitehiH Friday evening. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus and children, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jr. WhitehiH and Mr. and .Mrs. C. >M. WhitehiH of Algona . Mrs. Angus is a granddaughter of j Mrs. WhitehiH. ' ' L. T. WhitehiH left for his home in San Diego Tuesday. He cattle to •bo with his mother, on .her SGlff birthday. " ' Kenneth Samp toegan work a we6k_ago at the Ford Motor Co. As yet he has ibeen unable to find a 'house in town. , ' ; • Clarence'Priebe andiron Clyde are combining beans for John Schultes. The .beans are* of very good quality and yield. Clarence Priebe has 'purchased a home in Algona. •Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner visited at the Art Ward home in Whittemore. Dorothy Leigh spent the weekend wilh her parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leigh. Dorothy attends Iowa State Teachers college id Cedar Falls. M. M. Lowmilier of LuVevne npent Sunday at the Walter Heerdl home. Mrs. Bess Connelly of Bancroft and Leon Clement and wife of Hettinser, N. D.. calletl on their aunt-Mrs. Whitehill at the Lester Johnson home Monday'evening. 'Mr. and Mrs. Art Lindsley and son Terry came Saturday to visit at the Louis Bode home. Mrs. Lindsley and Terry will stay at the Bode home while Bodes are away Mr. and Mrs. Lester .'iTohnsnn. Arlene and Loren. L. T. Whitehill and Mrs. Ada Whilchill vls : ted Mrs. L. T. Johnson and daughter Sherry at trm Jerry Sch'oon homo in Buffalo Center on Wednssckiy evening. The orrns.ltm was the first birthday of Sherry. Early Resident Is Buried In St. Paul Mrs. Morris M. Christensen, died Sunday at the home of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kutschara at Clear Lake after a long illness. Grace Marie Winkel was born to Frank and Sarah Winkel at Algona, Iowa, Nov. 20, 1894, and lived there and at St. Paul most of her life. She was a member of St. Thomas Episcopal church and funeral services Will be held at St. Paul Wednesday at 3 o'clock with burial in Rose Lawn cemetery. Mr. Christensen died in 1938. She leaves six sisters Mrs. E. E. Stott, Tacoma, Wash., Mrs. C. T. Peterson, DulUth, Minn., Mrs. Mrs. Wm. Brennan, St. Paul, Mrs. W. J. Graham, Minneapolis, Mrs. L. P. Esser, Des Moines, and Mrs. Kutschara, and three brothers, Charles Winkel, London, O., Ben Winkel, Argos, Ind., and Frank Winkel, Stanton, 111. Fenton Mothers In Meeting October 10 Fenton: The Fenton Band Mothers club met last Thursday at the school and enjoyed an teresting program. | Anna Rae Weisbrod iplayed a' trombone solo and Grace Mueller and Carmen Miller played a clarinet duet. A ways and means committee was named, consisting yf Mesdames Alfred Muir, Don Wcis- bfod, Gerhardt Hanteiman and Emil Biersledt. Mrs. Melvin Mansager and Mrs. Wm. DoWall were named as a committee to prepare the program books for the school year. Officers of the club are Mrs. Paul Eigler, president; Mrs. Wrn. Miller vice president; Mrs. Ernest Rush, secretary and treasurer. That rubber cement you've wanted all during the war is back on the market at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Stork Kept Busy The "stork" is a busy and powerful bird these days and a firm believer in .witness whereof, statistics at the Kossuth hospital show that three babies were born in 20 minutes Saturday evening. With Dr. John Kenefick's assistance, the "long legged bird" delivered a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frankl, and Dr. M-. G. Bourne, assisted by the "L. 1. b." delivered a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood. Reports have it the nurses have now returned to normalcy. OCTOBER/i ANNIVERSARY MONTH Juniors Start On Preparations, For Play Tryouts and rehearsals for trie annual Algona high school Junior class play are under way. After a lot of debating on the part of Miss Hceren, "Clarence," a Comedy in four acts, was chosen as the ideal play. It was originally produced at the Hudson theater in New York with Alfred Lunt and Helen Hayes in the leading roles. Miss Heeren is to direct the play and Shirley Brethorst is to be assistant director. 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