The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 22, 1946
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PAGE TWO. .ALdONA UPPER DBS MOtNB8> AtGOtf A, IOWA New Chapter Formed— Xi-Xi, Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, held its first meeting nt the home of Mrs. R. G. Dewel. Members are Mrs. Shev- wcocl Potter, president; Mrs. Robert Williams, vice president; Mrs. Hnrlan Sigsbee, secretary; Mrs. Merle Pratt, treasurer; Mrs. Harold Urandow, Mrs. Gene Hutchins, Mrs. R. B. Waller, Mrs. D. P. Smith, Mrs. <Fnris Miner and Mrs. Dowel. Requirements for membership are completion of foilr yeaM of Iteis6tfs iff- fitSM SigrM PM SbrbMty. This group wilt meW tfie first and tftirrf Wednesdays 6f the month. t. D. of A. rfe'etltrf— The Catholic Daughters of America will hold a special meeting Thursday. At their last meeting they arranged to make a new class of members which Will consist of 20 women; They also pledged $300 to the Mercy hospital .Irive. - • •. ; m NO. 24 OF A CENTfcNNfAl, tEAft SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County James Thilges Jim Thilsres was (and we trust still is) a rabid Red Sox fan. We tlrexv his picture when the Red Sox were in a good way to win the series, and Jim was giving us the Ted Williams build-up. Well, the series is over, and in a way we are sorry now we didn't take Jim up on a wager. Mr. Thllges farms with his brother Casper in Riv- erdaln township, where he has 200 acres. Due to III- ness last Spring. Jim rented nut most of the land this year, but put in some oats and a few acres of corn for hogs. As most of you know, Riverdale township Is a "Thilses stronghold", and when we asked Jirii How many resided in thaft township he said he couldn't say off.hand, but would have fo figure It out. At any rate, a good many of the county's linest fatmsf are' found In' Riverdale, and it is a pretty sight, this thne of s;ear,. to-, drivo by them and see evidences ot a' bumper harvest. IOWA FACTS It is said that more snow fell one afternoon in the spring of 1874 than ever fell in the same time in the history of the county. A few types of loans issued at this bank: Automobile loans, Insurance loans, Collateral loans, Mortgage loans, Improvement loans, Business Loans, Equipment loans, Personal loans, Veterans loans. Your application is welcome. MIWA NT AT RALPH MILLER, President HAROLD GH.MORE, Cashier ROY McMAHON, Asst. Cashier THE FRUIT OF UMCEASING LABOR •^ Between 1911 and 1935, a brief span of twenty-five years, extraordinary progress was made in public health. According to figures released by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, the duration of human life during this period was extended by almost fourteen years. It is all jhe more remarkable in the light of the history of this period, which included the first World War, the worst epidemic in recent history, and America's most severe depression. Many agencies have contributed to make America t more healthful place in which to live. Not the least of these are scientific medicine and pharmacy, which work unceasingly for better methods of prevention and treat-.. meat of disease; THUENTE PHARMACY PHONE ALGONA IOWA Judy flckett Is Six- Judy Pickett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Picket,, entertained sixteen friends last Wednesday afternoon in celebration of her Sixth .birthday and Halloween. Attending were Tommy and Nancy Hertz, Carol Soronsen, Pamela and Dennis Waller, Marianna Steele, Mary Jane Williams, JoAnn Muckey, Bobbie and Donna Kay Richardson, Robert flnrl David Hutchins, Joel Harris, Tommy Potter, Jlmmic Pickell, and Wnyne Samp. Kitttnson and Btirlness Wedding— 'Plofetta Burtnoss and Raymond Kit'tlesort were married Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, October l(Hh, at the Trinity Lutheran, church by the Rev. Luther Loesch. Attending the couple were Mr., and Mrs. Glen Kitlleson of Algonn. a 'brother of the groom. A group of friends was entertained that evening at the Kittleson home. Miss Burtness is from Gordonsville, Minn., and Mr. Kittleon, who was employed for a few months at the John Desre Store a few yeai's ago is from Norlhwood. Pluto IDrcek Farm Bureau— The October meeting of the Plurn Creek Farm Bureau was held at the community room Friday evening. Oct. l!i. Group sing-» ing was lead by Frieda Clark with Jeannette Weaver at the piano. Dona Gardner and Charles Albright reported on the girls and boys 4-H, Phyllis Kain on Rural Youth, Jeannetle Weaver on Homemakers. Floyd Bode read an article. The surprise number was presented by Florence Kain with Nancy, Marybeile, Patrick and James Kain taking part. Phyllis Kain presented two of her pupils, Don'a Gardner and John Albright in a fire prevention number. Donald Weaver was re-elected chairman, Arlcne Feller, elected secretary, <,ind Jcanctle Weaver, women's chairman. Joe Bradley discussed "Progressive New Machinery." The committee in charge included the Calvin Bodes, George Johnsons, Henry Schicks. Carl Pactx.s Harvey Stevens and Tom Samp- Shower for Misr; Carney— A pre-nuptial shower was held Sunday afternoon for Fern Carney at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert GWney. .Fern, who has toeen employed in Madison, .Wls., fof the past four years, will <be married Friday af- ternon at Barabod, Wis., to Ewald Koch of Fort Wayne, Indi Eighteen guests attended. The honoree was presenter) lovely gifts. The hostess, assisted by Her daughter, Mary FranceS ( SerVed 1 a light hmch. Frovhltah ift>uscwrifmtnfif->*- Mr. and Mrs. Dan f'roenlich were hosts, Saturday evening', at a houscwarming pnrty >at the home" into which they recently frfoved On East North St. The guests presented the Froehlichs with a gift. Sewing Club Mtectsi— Eileen Thul entertained''mem'-* bers of her sewing club last Wednesday evening. The members renamed it the O-We-So Club. They also elected officers. Eileen Thul is the new president and Ruth Gisch, the secretary-treasurer. Marjorie Lickteig was 'a guest Helen Winkel is a new member. Doan Woman's Club The Doan Woman's club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. .Fred Erickson of St. Benedict. Reports on the district and county meetings of Federated clubs at Forest City and Lakpta, respectively were given. Mrs, Henry Mertz gave a- pa'per on "Ancient China." Members attending the Forest CityvOTeeting were Mesdames Henry J'Mertz, Dale Struthers, Ross Buffington, ,Fred Erickson and Bryan • Asa. Those attending the v i, ; Lakota meeting were Mesdames !'Fred Erickson, Fred Asa, BryanVAsa, Percy Brink and John rjailier. Wallukails Wed 21 Years '" Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait celebrated their wedding anniversary last Tuesday evening, the guests being Messrs, and Mesdames John Alexander, Geo. Foth of Livermore, Tom Chran of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thul of Livermore, Celeste Elsbecker of Bancroft, and Geo. Kraschel of Rolfe. Congregational Forum The Mens Forum of the Congregational church met Wednesday evening for 6:30 dinner. The program wa.s a debate on the New Hats Arriving Each Week on '« la%e < -VS. Bjlnes jpolie; f With the'Jte^. J&nft _ Hal-old Hufchfns tdkihf at'e" side, and' Mi P. We arid Allah Buehariaft tdkifig BYrfies side. , the Bel Canto cluib meets Wednesday with Mrs, Christine McCallbUgh. The 'program will be a continuation of the one at tft'e last meeting. •; Bees The, B.iisy Bee club will meet al the-Wrh".:lCt Ferguson home in Algona (hiss Pfitlny with iMnry Long ns hostess.- LONE ROCK Mrs. M. O. Richards spent Thursday afternooil visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merron. Mr. and. Mrs 1 . S. R. Hutthens of Denver, Colo., .Viited Mr. and Mrs. H. w. Mobson Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hobson spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Roberts at Goldfield. The Girls 4-H club met at the home of . Carol Artn Thompson .Tuesday- Averting wlfli bight frt«mbe*Pfe alid fBV>f Visitors pr6f- enf antf also tWSlr tedder, Mr& Dpftfteir and; thlflr ft. £). A.. Miss Almfl Semite-61 AtjfofM, This i4 her iifst meetfn?{ lined she left for* ftM Cross duties during the war Mary Johnson' and Delilah Marlow joined the club : that evening The next meeting will be at the hom6 of Betty 1 SHfisi ErM Kfift anti Fred'k Baitt! left- Thursday mtirning.tOVvteH Irl Milwaukee; Wil Fred Will visit hig soft and family, Mr. and Stffli Ro^coe Schultz, ShtSrofi and ftawri, there. Emil also plafts to visit his son and wife, x Mf. and MM. Clarence Kraft &i EvariS- vil!6, Ind. .Word was received here by Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger that their- daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Aekermart of Burt are the proud parents of a fine baby .girl, weighing 6 Ibs., born Wednesday the ninth in the morning at the Burt hospital. She Will be named Roberta AM, aftrf bjitth mother and daughter ate fine. Mr. arid Mrs. Ackerman haVe three other children, two girls and a boy. » Mrs. Frank Householder of Fehton spent Thursday after'rtoon visiting Mrs. Russel Bates. (Limit 250 Ft. Pe* Ciistomer) 200 Ft. Per -^4X: S^^ Pratt Electric Co Thusday, October 31, 11:30 p. m. That new hat to wear with your fur coat or winter coat awaits you at the Elite. Shipments of lovely new creations are being received each week. Feather trimmed lovelies that flatter, dashing berets, smart high hats, fur and sequin trims—in black, smoke-white, brown, grey, lacquer green and carmel. Select Yours Today. The ELITE Hand Bags Gloves Scarfs Slips Sweaters Blouses Aprons Mittens Handkerchiefs October Fur Coat Sale ELITE SHOP Two Days FRU'SAT. Oct. 25-26 Prepare for Icy Winter . .. The Marshall and Swifjt Fur Man will be here for Two Days with a complete line of FURS . . . See these coats . , . everyone an outstanding value and in the latest STYLE. Come in!! See these coats, you'll find 1 one to suit your taste and your budget... Convenient Terms. JOHN CARRADINE LIONEL ATWIU Onslow Stevens Glenn Strange Jane Adams Ludwig Stossel Original Screenplay by Edward T. Lowe t Directed by ERIE C. KENTON Produced by PAUL MALVERN • Executive Producer: JOE GERSHENSON Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, Nov. 1*2*3-4 CARY GRANT INGRID ROMAN In ALFRED RAINS [0UIS LENORE ULRIC tlslffs a«tt«vle>e and Vdfdn liomsfeff of t Fort Dodge the weftTtettd visiting the .ai Aifdrew Thomsen home. « c ^ t and 5 ^fr*#. L Klngma spent Wednesday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough. Weekend visitors at the homtf of Mr. and Mrs, Mei'Win MdflbW W6V6 JV6f'brothef and family, Mr, and, Mrs, Don Collins and baby of LiyermOfe afrd,hef sister a«d.'' family, M> arid Mrs. Faber DU-' 'M?s. Cave Weber and' i< rWM-v*J,^ d Rln S?dorf of Burt , left TfttlrSdaV morning to spwd ** Sdme ,tlme visiting friends and alsff on.Busmfess at Mitdhell and -'* ivir, f and Mrs. James Mendo aftd t daughter of Jolief, 111., are "'"""•' a c'6tipl6 of weeks visit- j f t i 2 «v- —••" *!y tn^va Mr. and, M'g. —. and Mr, arid Mrg. JyMl .Miller/ the latter of La- kotaf'and also other relatives. Tuesday, Wednesday and tfnttfsday, Oct. 22-23-24 '* ., 1 i * ', i i . ** v, _ . . * sl ^ HODIAKi NANCY GUILD (SHERHYMBS g^y^ { =>HI: KHYM133 WffH Wll.P t jwmwfote in the M IrtUT Added: Cartoon "Lonesofne Lennie". News Friday and Saturday, October 25-26 u -*sr ^4. » A Co-Hit—Signe Hasso in "STRAIGHT TRIANGLE" Sunday and Monday, Oct. 27-28 ...neVen tWnkinq hen past would catch up with hen future!.,. VAN'HEFUN UZAilTIi SCOTT *" "X - • \ S T- " V f /S* *-*&&- r ~* ' *

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