The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1946 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 29, 1946
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Second Section ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1946 Eight Pages 4 Academy Class Leaders ^•WMT<&» •Mis $ I « Class officers for the St. Cecelia Academy class- Jeanne Loss, junior president,: and'Joan Hoffman, _A,- • _^^_ _i__t™-i »^» n «4i.. . ,,uu 4iirt v/^citlf 41-int crnin** nrt < jirtpnt* enntpH. .Ipft. tn r.0Vit. are Lean RoSG s-here were-elected recently with the result that the above four young ladies were named presidents \of their respective groups. *; In the above picture, standing, left to right, are senior president; seated, left to right, are Leah Rose Kinsey, freshman president, and Rambna Mayer, sophomore -president.. The above picture appeared I in the first issue of The Academy Ripples. FUN FESTIVAL AT BODE, NOVEMBER 1 Bode: Friday, Nov. 1, the annual Ki-Yi school and community fun festival will take place in the gymnasium at 7:30 in the evening. There will be toingo and side shows of all kinds. Refreshments will be served by the band mothers. Holders of lucky numbers will be given a radio, turkey, wool blanket,'and other valuable gifts. In the afternoon there will be a parade of queens down town, preceded by the high school band. Minnie and Laila Hanson have returned from Mason Cily.where they spent a few days at the :iomc of their brother. Mr?. C. W. Hanson has returned to her ihomt 1 in Spencer after a several days visit at the home of her mother Mrs. T. O. Hanson. Doctor and Mrs. Cloyce A. Neuman have returned from Kansas, where Doctor JMeuman attended the state medical meet- I ing held there recently. . I The Bode Woman's club will meet Wednesday evening, Octo-1 bei' 30, at the home of Mrs. Orren Olson. Mrs. Miles Helmcn will have charge of the program. A party often ladies from the Lutheran Ladies' Aid attended the W. M. F. of the Eagle Grove circuit Wednesday, October 16. Mrs. Art Jensen and Mrs. Miles LAVONNETELKAMP OF LAKOTA BRIDE OF RENWICK MAN Lakota: LaVonne Gretchen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Telkamp, Lakota, and Norman Boije of Renwick were married Saturday, Oct. 19, at 3:30 in the Baptist church at Algona with the rm=tor, the Rev. Robert Klttrell officiating with the double vine ceremony. Mrs. Robert Black played nuptial music and Mrs. nrmald Jenkins sang. Gretchen Helmke, Ren>w:ck, sister of the f-oom was maid of honor nnd Mr=dames Larry Jerdal, Gold- Held. Arlowe Blome. Lakota and Toi-win Peer, Alvona, were bricles- mnids. Edward Telkamp Jr. ?erv- o'l as best man with Corwin Peer, Al"->na. William Jurfener. Buffalo Center and Larrv Jerdal, Gold- fieH were the other att««rlanti wMh Ronald Jenkins and Robert Black as ushers. Ka'-en Kittrell "•n* rin? boa>'"r and Sharon Rip- prntror) was flower girl. A '•ecc'Jlfnn was held in the '•'•>u"rh reception room fo'Iowirn <v,o "-"--.Tinnv. The vim 1 " f-'lk will *"» pi hrrnn near Renwick alter November 4. weeks visit with a daughter and (family, the A. Everetls at Stewart, Iowa. •Mrs. R. H. McKinney left Wednesday for her home at Amery. Wis., after a weeks visit with relatives here. Mrs. McKinney was formerly Thelma Noble. Leona Christ, who is employed in Minneapolis is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Christ 'and is also helping care for the new baby at her brother Alfred Christs. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Head have returned to their home in Lakota. Mr. Head was recently discharged from service and his again taken charge of the Head stock yard AV Bancroft—- Kossuth Did $11,070,200 In Sales In 1945, Figures Show ' ! ' • Interesting figures regarding the retail sales by counties is contained in a report release;! by Ine state tax commission, showing a 'comparison of the years 1944 and 1045. By counties, the ligures lor the two years, showing the amount, of sales tax turned in from Kossuth and her neighbors follows: County 1944 1945 Kossuth $203,269 $221,404 Emmett . :.:...-.:../...........-..-...:...-.....:...; 123,093 138,253 Hancock.. 103,368 119,611 Humboldt : 97,574 104.646 Palo Alto ....;..... : 121,045 133,820 Winnebago 106,123 119.2D2 , To find the total volume of retail sales for the county reported upon, multiply each ol the above figuvej .by 50. Thus Kossuth's total retail sales for 1945 were $11,070,200 as reported. , .'-'•' '. ' .., LOUIS BODE FAMILY PURCHASED ? - Union: "•• The •fioilis. Bode family has purchased' a farm 1% miles east of Elma,. la., and will move to their new home March 1st. •;• Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hag",who farm near the Call state park south of Algona, will farm the places vacated by the Bodes. Mrs. Hagg is the former Mary Hllbert and they, have a small baby. ,,lThe -Bodes have tenanted the old Barr place for the 'past 16 years. The farm is owned by Geo'.-R. Call and his 'sister Mrs. Mavk, "Cord of Sioux City. pnlertains "Q" 'Club - , Mrs. Lester Johnson entertained the rfeighborhood "Q" club at her home last Thursday afternoon. Bingo was played and See Through the Winter with These COAST-TO-COAST FROST SHIELDS ©USS FROST SHIELDS el theie SUe CLEAR VUE FRO$T SHIELDS ****- Torgerson were delegates. F. W. Aldinger local theater manager, has 'had his theater equipped with new.'booth equipment and a new microphonic an M. P. division in Pisa, Italy, i S0 und system. This is the latest is expected soon' j to he^d ^home- S0 und equipment available. ' "' "" en "| Mrs. O. T. Larson on Tuesday I afternoon, Uctooer 15, celebrated tered service May 1945. Twe other couples will come there. Two other couples will come with .them and they plan on visiting at Estherville. Mrs. Jack Buscher and infant son left the Kossuth hospital last Saturday and is now at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Campney here. Wallace Will ,who is attending an electrician's school at Minneapolis, is also doing some flying in his spare time. He .was in the army air corps during the war. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Samp of Galesburg, 111,, are coming Wednesday for a visit at the Andrew Godfredson 'home. He is manager of a, Ford Hopkins store Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode and family -and: Mr. and Mrs; Bernard Bode and "spn/David Spent Sunday at Fort p'odge at the Arthur .Lindsley home, vvheretheyjr help; '^rc^leti¥a^XiTO^Tf?Kidliy ; anniversary 0f .lit'neir ' ; gr9'nds6n Terry L'indsley' who is,; four years old. her birthday. A group of ladies were present in the afternoon and in the evening members of her family were present for the occasion. Mrs. Ida Smith: Lakota, nHendc'l ' *- n ...^)-I;^,Y ,- )• VvMvn Pp1~''~')!1. T.nicota, PT-I Richard Hlarc Win.'. Dululh, Minn., at the rtantipt ..i,,,,.-.t-, in o.nncirft Friday even- ins?. Oct. 10. At Ateona Meelin"— Mesdcwnos C. C. Gerxcma. W. E. r--utkn<^ht,. C. A nutknci-ht Andrew Jensen, William Aaldcrks and the Misses Emma and Lena Gutknerht attended the fall meet- in'; of the Fort Dodge Pre=byter- ial at Algona Thursday, Oct. 17. Birthday Supper— Mrs. Eva Mittag entertained the following at a 'birthday sunper honoring Palric'a last week Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Rr/bert Nolle and Nancy, Duluth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gunn and Children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baldwin and son of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bartsar returned early last week from a lunch served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Richard Leigh. On Emergency Trip Mrs. Mary Lieurence, with her two children Shirley and Delbert left late Wednesday evening for I Sioux Falls, S. D., driving her car to reach the bedside of her daughter, wiho was to undergo an emergency operation. Loren Johnson and John Sholtes are caring for the turkeys and the other chores during her absence. Merlon Christenson combined soy beans for Lou Robinson. Alice Anderson of Bancroft is visiting her cousin Mrs. Floyd Gardner. Albert Leigh and his family of Irvington were guests last Thursday of Albert's uncle Richard Leigh. Mrs. W. C. Hoag. left for her home at Humboldt after spending two weeks with her daughter Mrs. Roy Adams. Milton Will, who is a T-4 in S-M-00-r-H! /r> wrtf/nq - in appearance ' mRSHARP IKYLINEB KM 'OO' Th* P«B Yoo'v* h*orrf about «H "TAKE IT OHIEAV! IT" •lib PHIL IAKEI Clt>SiMl«rNI|h<* ••i"MAISir •HbANNSOrHEir CIS Lusby & Giossi MODART SHAMPOO <iair that women envy ana men admire Mo4art Fluff vt shatnppo tHat 4pei things for your hair, It reVO|i(JjtJon« ,** U plwuiCB, lather? rreely eveo in f9i no specif frfter'rinse, Keep LUSBYTGIDS5I • DHUGS • «|E WELIIY COSMtllt-. "*" • PAtMV • / ? /to7W? -'/77 Wall eft* tK '- j.'l -fir? 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