The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1946 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 15, 1946
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iYjJ)(3T. 16, 1946 HUMANS 6y CENECABR Does He Shut His Eye When He Sings?" "''Cause He bbesn't WanfT'see Anybuddy Suffer:" Club Units at Women's [ejeting, Lakota, Oct. 8th ofai—The Kossuth county atidn of Women's clubs met ay jafternon, October 8, in akqta Presbyterian church ,Mr£. Ray Stone, of Lu' ; presiding. Beside the La- club other hostess clubs jTjtpnka, Fenton, and Port- The regular semi-annual ess i matters were taken up : ing ;which Mildred Sleper, , i sang two solds acoom- 'at the piano by Mrs. W. mi !H. B. White, of Algona, ,-cJn "Experiences While asj' Mrs. Ray Stone gave a b,of the recent 6th district jat Forest City, October 2 n5 her opinion was one of Min recent years." Mrs. Wpodward, 6th district di- .gave a very interesting of the Chicago convention FSnnie Hurst was an out- ftig| speaker. " Presbyterian women serv- CH at the close of the gjan'd the women enjoy- ocjal hour. In spite of rain 13| clubs were represented 2i Av.omen registered. The Bie$tirig held in- Ap£947.',' '; . .' ^ '•• •-.••; |n Sons Born— /in sons were 'born to Mr. Mrs; Fred Boehn at the Buf- t Center hospital Monday cyber 7th and they have been Donald and Ronald. Mr. |Mrs. Boehn have lived in fa£er house since their mar- jbut will be at home in the In Mrs. Marie Elbert's 'The presen.t occu- the Ed. Kramers, move to [new house which is pearly pieted. - From Army ; rence Schwarz, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwarz, who live just north of Lakota, arrived at home last week Tuesday from Fort Sheridan, '111., where he received his discharge. Clarence was several years in service, having been stationed in Japan for some time. Junior Play Friday The Junior class play will be presented at the school auditorium on the evening of October 18 with a matinee performance on Thursday afternoon for the grade pupils. Has Birthday Party . .. Lucy Melz celebrated a birthday Sunday, October 6, the following guests present: The Ernest Heideckers, the Hugo Melz, the Adolph Morisses, the Arnold Beckers and Kathryn Becker, the Bill Grieses, the Ar< Grieses, trie Bill Blomes, the Raymond Beckers, the Henry Olthoffs, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sohn, Mrs. Agusta Moriss and daughters. The evening was spent playing 500, and Ijjpch was' sprved. Mrs. Margaret Warburton, who had spent the past week visiting her sisters here, left for De Moines, Thursday. Verna Klocke came home from Dubuque last week Tuesday for a visit. She has been emplpyed in Dubuque for the past two years. The Lutheran women served a chicken supper aj the church last week Wednesday evening and cleared about $225 for their efforts. ; ' Mrs. Nett'e Keister and the Harold Keisters of Elmore, Minn,, and the R. C. Kiesters of Mason City were visitors at the Harry Mussmans, Sunday, October 0. Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Klocke, Mr. and: Mrs. Fred Mabus, the Geo. Heetlands and Mrs. Arlis NUrre, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Foster, Greenfield, la., were last week Sunday visitors at the Ed Christ home in Forest City. Glen and Marvin Klocke, who are attending Wartburg college, Johrt HeeUand and Joe Berschman, who' are attending Upper Iowa University at Fayette and Bob Beerner, student at Cedar Falls, were home with their respective parents over lust weekend, The Rev, and Mrs. F. F. Dar- natier and 19 young people of St. Paul's Lutheran church attended a Federation League rally at Titonka Sunday, Oct. 6. President Becker of Wartburg college, Waverly, was the speaker at the morning meeting and the Rev. Darnauer gave the afternoon address. Fern Stensel of the local church was elected vice-president. Dorothy Ukena celebrated her birthday Saturday, Oct. 6, with a Mothers and Daughter coffee .party. The following guests attended: Mr.s. George Heetlancl and Mrs. Gerald Nurre, Mrs. C. C. Gerzema and daughter Bornadine, Mrs. Jerry Heetland und Mrs. Larry Stafford, Mrs. Claus Daniels and Evelyn of Burt and Dorothy's mother, Mrs. Jerry Ukena. VOTE FOR ED, CHAMBERS BPI& tap liiSiiEtif M C DONAII) CLAN IN BURT REUNION Hurt: The J. G. McDonald home was the scene of a reunion of Mrs. McDonalds sisters and brother last week Monday. Mrs. Sadie Serr, San Diego, Calif., and Mrs. Ora Card of Wyoming arrived Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nichols, Amarillo, Texas, Mrs. Mayme Emery, Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Alma Marquardt, Moorhead, Minn., and a brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grabinski of Grundy Center arrived. They all -remained over the Weekend and had a big family dinner on Sunday. „ jf.ig; __AL(50NA UPPER »ES MQIKES, ALGONA, 10WA__ FORMER SEXTON RESIDENTS VISIT Sexton: Mr. and Mrs, t)ave McGregor from Oregon called on old friends in Sexton Friday when they stopped to say hello to Grandma Wise and Mrs. Drusie Noble. The McGregors foiv merly lived where the Glen Ga- brielsons now live, and now live in Oregon but were called back last week by the death of Mrs. McGregor's father. Clifford Carlson left by bu.s Tuesday morning after a visit here with his aunt Mrs. P. W. Hanson and his uncle Ed Fitch. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders and son Tommy of near Britt were Thursday evening visitors with her mother Mrs. Drusie Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond and family were Wednesday evening visitors at the home of" their grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. A large number of Sexton folks attended the funeral of Albert Martinek at the Methodist church in Wesley Thursday afternoon. The Sexton W. S. C. S. meeting that was to be held at the hOttle of Mrs. Arthur Olsen on Thursday afternoon was postponed indefinitely due to the Serious illness of Mr 8 / Olsen!s mother Mrs. McMahon in Algona. School Hpvia0 For $1,1 00 In Sale Near Swea City Swea City: Dr. C. C. Anderson recently purchased the sbhdolhouse four miles east of Swea City at the auction held Monday, Oct. 7. Bidding was lively, and the building finally went for $1,100, with the coal house selling for $50 to Henry Larson. that Wallace B. Packman, former Swea Cityan, is in an Iowa City hospital following a heart attack. Former Swea City friends who attended the funeral of Ralph Latson at Graettinger, recently, •were C. G. Dourte, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Heiken, Fairmont, and Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City. Ex,?. 0, W, Officer Ordered to Europe Captain and Mrs, \Valter Lynge, w((,h the daughter Patsy, now •from Camp Lee, Va., spent Friday night and Saturday 'here with Mr. and Mrs. John Onderson. The Lynges lived here two years when the Captain was in the commissary department at the prison camp. On 30 days leave, the Lynges were on the way to Sheldon to visit the captain's mother, after which they will return by way of Oklahoma tp Virginia. Captain Lynge, regular army rnan, has been ordered to Germany for 2',£ years duly, and expects to leave the States early next year, and while he is away Mrs. Lynge and the small daughter will reside here. PAGE SEVEN Kitterman Heads Kosstith Pastors The Kossuth rhinisterial assp.?' ciation had a monthly meeting at the Algona library, Monday, ai)d officers were, elected: R. D. Kii- terman, president, Good Hope; R. P. Nuss, vice president, Ledyard; L. Kingma, secfefary^leiasurety Lone Rock; R. F. 'Kiiti*ell, program chairman, Algona. the next meet* ing will ibe ''held Nov. 25 at the Methodist churdh at Swea City. WANT ADS BRINGS. RESULTS! Donald Nelson, freshman student at Upper Iowa, Fayette, spent Sunday at the parental George K. Nelson home. Word has reached Swea City o hAf rw*» Sr**a<« M diifcti Rncnrt THE QUINTS promptly relieve coughs of CHEST GOLDS ~l KU10N MUSmOLF Drive • Winterizing SI Auto Repair, ® Accessories • Motor Tune*up ® Tire Repair No. No Soap Big Debts High Taxes VOTE REPUBLICAN NOVEMBER 5TH KOSSUTH COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE Standards • • "I never saw oil drain out so dirty!" . . "Good! That snows Permalube's been taking out the 'goo'!" Gives you premium-plus lubrication, m easy to understand why .you improve the go when you remove the "goo". You get rid of gooey deposits of spot, varnish, carbon, and sludge. So there's nothing tp interfere with valve and ring action, or with smooth, powerful piston strokes. Your engine runs sweeter When you wash your hands, the •bus'w water gets djjty. But your ' ym}it}se •J > erm.alu|ie Motor Oil. .The g(V gets dirty. But the tn~ i^gets clean. The 4wt Is f&' ' fiW.Sp' M the engine wpf R y9H drcj;} out the oil. ,, ( , STANDARD SERVICE Taylor Implement Co. TRACTOR SEATS Now in Stock for: Farmall H or M CaseCIC John Deere A or B Another Shipment! Warvey "RedrHead" HAMMERMILLS They, Give "Mile- •>?Minv|te" Grinding! Drop In and See Out Demonstration of HYDRA-LIFT WAGON HOIST Complete With Frames, Ram and Pump Here's the wagon hoist farmers like-Rugged make, quick in action—makes dumping easy. See it now on our floor. S152JO New Hudson Hog F^f|ers New Wisconsin VE4 IMotors New Electric Welder New Galway Speed Jacks Cunningham Fence Row* Mowers Hydraulic Manure Loaders

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