The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1946 · Page 9
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llgona — .^ ESTABLISHED 1865 e* jWomes; ALQONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1946 Second Section jaycees Hardtitne Party Offers Nylons To Ladies Eight Pages «tarr t n , to be held Wednesday evening, Oct. starting at n p. m. at the Algona Country Club. real tWng ! °° kS ^ "^ preliminary announcements, it will be 'the ..... A ; s ? fl » al '"duccment for lh« ladies, the committee lias i procured a limittul quantity nf nylon hose—they didn't "ay where— nor did they say what they intend to do with them *' thcy win i s ,,l a £ lng fll1 this burden unto itself P ,, mtW.^^^^ M ° rCkl U ° yd PraU ' D °" Games, prizes, dancing, eats and refreshment-Is are included in the mittcc's plans, and anyone comine in "dude" _ , , ^.»,..*, JJifc( , V,MVJ UliU 1 Cli I committees jjlans, and anyone coming in dude" clothes is going to get JOHNF.LIEB,64, RITES HELD OCT. 19 ATLOTTSCREEK Ruth Cruikshank To Idaho Hospital Union: Ruth Cruikshank leaves Wednesday for Twin Falls Idaho, where she will do nursing at the Twin Falls General county hospital. Miss Cruikshank, wno is a registered nurse, entered army service in January, 1945, b(V ing discharged in March of this Just Arrived at GRAHAM'S! 300 Spic and Span 8rand-New HOUS DRESSES they ARE beauties! WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS to $3.98 Come and get them, ladies. You'll like these dresses the moment you see them — many heavier, dressier cottons, crlil- ckle crepes, secrcucltprs— and in a rainbow of refreshing colors. Full zipper fronts, full button fronts, tie fronts are included. The selection even includes some all-whites for uniforms, Every woman or miss will find her size for they run from 12 to 52 and half sizes are in the group! SEE THEM. NOW AT GRAAM'S Dept. Stores Fenton: John Fred Lieb passed away Wednesday following an illness of two years, although he was always able to be around, year. r-i-h was born in Germany i Colorado' prior to this new as W t .ri T'ior, At ?h t t- fs ' s 'g nment - She is the daughter tied Lieb. At the age of five' and only child of Mr. and Mrs Mr Lish and his parents came Frank Cruikshank to America. In 1900 Mr. Lieb married Louise Hintz and to this marriage two children were born, Amok and Ella, who live with their parents on the home farm easi of Fenton. Surviving Mr. Lieb in addition to his wife and .two children are two brothers, Adam of Algona and Ferdinand of Sioux Falls one sister, Mrs. W. E. Schmidt oi Fenton, and 4 h'alf sisters, Mrs. Paul Kunkle, Mrs. Plerman Kunkle, and Mrs. Henry Keller of New Salem^S. D.; and Mrs. Emil Keller of Almont, S. D. One brother preceded Mr. Lieb in death. . Services were held Saturday at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church, Rev. Otto officiating and burial was made in the Lotts Creek cemetery. Independence Unit Meets The Independence Mixers met Thursday at the home of Mrs. George Seims. Mrs. Clarence Underwood, club president, had charge of the business meeting. Miss Doerr, home economist, ?ave a demonstration, "Salads That Satisfy." About U2 attended. Refreshnients were, served by the hostess. •, The..nextr;mp.ei- ng will be Novembfer : '.t21'"at- the home of Mrs. Clarence "Arbogast. Goes to • Chicago Mrs. Blanche Huskamp 'left Saturday for Chicago, where she s visiting her two daughters Mrs. Vernon Perfect and Mrs. Jack Seglund. After spending a short time in Chicago she will go t.o California to spend the winter with another daughter Mrs. Wesley Witter. Mr. Vaughan, Supt. Patum, Mr. Sauyer, Mrs. Halverson, Mrs. McCoy and . Mrs. Ditsworth attended the county teachers .meeting at Algona Wednesday night. They heard B. S. Mpyle of the Iowa State Education association speak at the high school auditorium. VOL. 81—NO. 42 LEDYARD WOMEN ATELMOREAID Ledyard: Mrs. D: A. Carpen* ter, Mrs. Aeilt Troff, Mrs. Clayton Roseboro, Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, Mr.s. Fred Darnell, Mrs. George Jacobsen, Mrs. Jack Welfare, Mrs. Harriett Spraiik and Mrs. George Thompson attended the birthday party of the Springfield Circle of the Elmore Lutheran Aid at the church at Elmore Wednesday afternoon. A fine program was given arid a nice lunch was served, Mrs. Geo. Jacobsen won a large birthday cake because her birthday was nearest to the Aid' party. Modcrnelte Club Meeis The Modernette club met Oc- .obcr 1G at the home of Mrs. Reuben Lulter. Following a dessert lunch'eon 1:he meeting was jpcnad by two piano selections :y Norma Logeman. Roll call vas answered by "Dues and Donts." A very interesting talk was given by Joeldine Fennema on "Spastic Paralysis." Plans were made for Guest Day Nov. 20 at the Roy Valdick home. Hnin,/ nnvoT,,„"'•"" i Mrs - M ary Woodward of Whitte- doing nursing in , more will be guest speaker ; Mrs> .Orville Brandt became a member of the club. Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach spent Tuesday in Mankato. Mr. and'Mrs. W. H. Eimers attended a birthday party Thursday night at Hurt in honor of Gerald Eimers. ' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mansager | were weekend visitors at the Melvin Mansager home. The Emil Mansagers live in Hollandale Minn., in the heart of the truck gardening section. Marguerite Muir a senior student, spoke to the Fenton high school assembly on manners Monday. This was the first of a series of senior speeches to be presented to the assembly, Mr. and Mrs. Will Huskamp returned last week from Paynesville, Minn., where they spent the summer ! in a cottage on Lake iKoronis. Tuesday they will mov to Fairmont, where they hav bought a home. . Mrs. Wm. DeWall entertaine( Thursday afternoon in honor o her-rnqther, Mrs. Chris -Egland The occasion was Mrs, Egland's 71st birthday. Guests, attending were Mrs. Louis Weisferod, Mrs Charles* Wejsbrod, Mrs.' Wilfrec Stoeber Mrs. Mervm WiddeJ, Mrs Bert Mitchell, Mrs, Morris Jvljteh- ell, Mrs, Albert Mitchell and Mr and Mrs. Amos Egland, the lattet opuple. of Wallingfprd, The guest? spent tye afternoon sewing, after which Mrs, ~ " served refreshments. .attend the wedding of Mr. Wie- Jner's cousin Carolyn Snyder. . Frances Langholz went to Wa- Verly Friday evening to attend Homecoming at Wartburg col- Jege. ' Mrs. Cecil Pingel and daughter Linda Jean came home last Friday from the hospital at Buf- 'alo Center. The Woman's Society of Chris- lan Service will meet Thursday ifternoon at the church with Mrs. Ed Looft as hostess. , On Thursday afternoon a group of friends spent the afternoon at the home of Mr.s. George Jacobsen and helped her celf- .brnte her birhtday. • Anna Marie Mitchell, Lillian Kvamsdale Bertha Solberg, Edna Dontje, Peggy and B'arbara Mayer were dinner guests Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner. Mrs. George Jacobsen was ( honored at the C. E. B. club on Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. John Manthei. Mrs. Jacobson was presented with a lovely gift by the club and after an evening spent socially a two- course luncheon was served Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stubbe and Marvel Halvorson went to Cedar Falls Saturday morning to attend homecoming at Iowa State Teachers college. 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