The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 22, 1946
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. 22, 1946; --^ Junto* Play Set [Fo* Friday Night, Oct- 25 #BSley: The Junior, class play aged tb Meetcha" will be atwd Jiriday night, October | at 8 f/clock in the hjgh Jjol auditorium. "Eho cast in r - Rfles . Jean Marie Ooctz as •Mha Bi^by, the mother; JoHin •man as Henry Bixby, the «*: Cheryl Meurer as Betty by, their dpugftter,; Manion IttsOHi 'Brnkg, the butler; ;y Ann, St.udet a/r %:!& the ., Garf Mat'c'b, Elmb'r rfict(s. n from ; the country: Donald l)tman bs BeeVy, a detective; lace Hill as Archie Pomeroy, •Of Betty's boy. friends; Johh liig as .Andrew. Crimes, who "us to be. a detective; CarreO .nan as Helen Maxwell, a 'friend, of Betty; Rosemary Her, as Ruth Adamgi aho'thfir (friend; Darrell feWmah, as tard Wills, a boy'fc/Mrt' Its. Vincent Kleinfiijter is nsor. '••••' ' ' (prise ort Anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Gep>f$ Gink fe .honored at a surprise party Isday night, October i.S, 1>y a "Up of friends and relatives on * 40lh wedding afthiveirsar.y hundred was played. : With Mike Stoffel arid; Ed ; .Gink Ing high and low scpfg prizes lectively. Tlje hpnpf,ed cpu- Iwho were married;'in'Gl.eye- 1, Ohio, received mflny Ipvq- pts and refreshment, were fed by the self-invited guests. JHebekah Meeting, Jr. and Airs, Vee .M.ullin, Mps. luce Nelson, Mrs".;'.Gari, John- I and Mrs.;.Clare ^obJnsw [it to Mason City ' TifeBd^y. where they attended the —,...„„,. qssemblv. Mrs. Mujlins Mother of Perkins of Omnha.wno Is spending two weeks hpr% accompanied them to Mason City. C. D. of A, Meeting ' The C. D. of A.'s held its regular meeting Wednesday evening. It was voted to donate $35 to the rebuilding of the good Shepard home in : Manila. Pollpwing the business meeting Bingo was played and lunch was served. A reception of new members is planned and anyone desiring to ""~ should contact any member. Jf - i: •SJ - *' . , | Like G-14 Green Marked STOKER COAL I There is a bttt vay for cleaning L coal .. . . just as there, is for; I clothing! And you can'yjcf';tfi>, • difference, where the g|ossy je,i' [ black appearance of G-T'4;stokef 1 coal peeps out from behind the [•'identifying green ma'rki. 'It's Icleaner than clean. Burns better •too. Phone for a load tod.iy. Lumber Cp,., Jiin Pool Ni^-V Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon were in DCS Moines on business T,hur,sday, ' Ffyte Eden, recently purchased a npw; Chpvrtilet: fr,orn. the Haupt, Everett. Bapr and a \veek-s oufiing in _Jf;. and:"Sfcs. Ernanuel Peterspn: qf, Brij,t visited, at; the G. L. Olson hQn)p TJfjjirs^By evening. iyi^. and Mr^. G; E. 'OJspn' attended; a. Petgrspn, fflrpily reup- ipn afc Britt Sunday.) October 13.' Ghuck Devine purchased Don ^iCliteig:'? half: interest in the Standard Oil Station and service gdrage last weelc. Mrs. Alf Studer and Mrs. Henry Haverly were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary society. M;rs. John Hutc/hison and Mrs. Eugene Huber, the latter of Al- :gpl)!j, attended a social welfare i'Qo.rjyentipn in Des Moines sev- :er&l : days'last week. L. P. Ojsprj pfi Clear Lake spent last week at the home of son G. L. Olson. The latter man who does sales work in Minnesota, spent last week here. Mr. and' Mrs. Ed Carman of •Brjtt and, her mother Mrs. Irene Studer visited the Kelches at Kanawha Wednesday night. Mrs. Kelch is much improved from a recent sick soell. Mrs. Everett Nyman and son of Shell; Lake, Wis., visited her parents, the George Kelch Sr.'s of Kanawha: last week. She also ' visited her sister Mrs. Irene Studer and family here. Home Qix Furlough Ledyard: Thomas Garry, who is in the air corps and stationed at Denver, Colo., is enjoying his first furlough at the home of his moth. er Mrs. Alice Garry. Sgt. Paul Garry of Chari'ute Field is also home on furlough. Plpps, Prefab, House Wesley: Albert Kleinpeter had the excavation completed last week for the basement of a 5-room prefabricated house to be b.ujlt on the lots just north of the L." L. Lease home. BUSY FALL FARM SEASON AT SEXTON Sexton: Farmers here nre very busy thpsQ days, combining beans and doing their falj .plowing. Tractprs are seen haulins three wagons Ippdcd with beans nt .1 time, to the local elevator, which of course 1 rneaps a busy time for the elevator rrjcn too. Tractors are heard going till laic at night and then again early in the morning. Glen G'abrielspn attended IHo Dairy Cattle Congress In Waterloo recently. •Mrs. Perry Lowman entertained her sewing club at her hottie west of town Thursday afternoon. The Sexton W. S. C. S. will meet at the church Thursday afternoon, Oct. 24. Everyone is invited to attend. Mr. and iMrs. John Jennings wepj business callers at the Herman Wise botne near Henwick Friday f6i:erj6'on. A large nuinber of Sexton folk;; attended ttye Wesley Methodist church supper at Wesley Wednesday eyorjjng of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Simpson and; family of near Whitte- rnpre we,re 'Thursday evening vis_ itprs at the parental John Jennings tyome;. Mrs. Alfr.ed, Opfieim and daughter Joyce •afidMiis. Sarah Wise accompanied ityrs; Henry Phillips of Algeria to Mason'City Wednesday where thqy visited at the Mack Wise home there. UPPER DES ftfOiUfcS, AL0<WA,' Alt Studert, Wesley, Wed 30 Years, 17th Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Alf Stu- dpr \Vere pleasantly surprised Thursday evening by a group of relatives who came to honor them ort their 30th wedding an- njyersary. Cards were the diversion of the evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dfllgetty of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. IDou Schlcusnor and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Young and two children of Garner Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hayerly, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Haverly, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jarvie, Albert Kleinpctor and Mrs. Violn Sluder. The honored couple received anniversary gifts and lunch was served. They were married here in St. Josephs Catholic church. WEST BEND MAN STATE BRAND HEAD Charles 13. Thatcher of West Bend was named president of the State Brand Creameries, at the annual meeting held/Oct. 10, at Mason City. He has been president .of the .West Bend creamery for many years. j Ralph Bartlctt of Sibley, but n former Kossuth creamery rnan, was named vice president. West Bend sent a good delegation to the meeting, including Charles Frieden, Joe Benriinger, Arlie Bamvarl, John .BJeuer, Lee —PAQE Schrandt, R. B. Berninghaus Jr., Emil Yoch, Clyde Gingsrich and Mr. and Mrs. .Leo DotHtfeiler. as well as Mr. Thntcher. At Waldorf Homecoming Bode: Mr. and Mrs. San) Th'ors- land and son and Mrs. J. $. Jacob- arid Mrs. ingeiierg . attended the Homecoming at Wal- dprf college Sunday, October 13 In Forest City. New Discovery in a Way to Hear A new star appears in the field of electronic bearing ajds. tt ig a completely new, complelely revolutionary hearing instrument—the world's smallest >r- as different from, early models as today's radio is different from the first crystal sets. It includes ajl, tjife wonders of war-born electroni.cS'—a revolu- t ; r)nnry circuit, which helps screen out annoying scratchy noises and catches every 'W.ord, every note, every sound with; perfect fidelity. Whether, you now ; owp. an bid hf arirjg aid, a comparatively new one, or none at all, yoU owe it to yourself to know about this great new development. The; Rochester Hearipg Aid Company, 118 First Ave. S. W., Rochester, Minnesota, one of the world's largest distributors of hearing aids, are so proud of this achievement that they will gladly send free descriptive booklet and explain how you may get a\ full demonstration of this remarkable device in your own home without risking a penny. Write them today.—Atlv. 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