The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1946 · Page 12
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We have right now rough boards, ship- lap, sheathing, roll roofing, posts and poles that will do the job. Also 48 inch poultry fence which can be used as cribbing. If You Place Your Order Now for a Norton Thrift Hog Feeder We Can Make You Early Delivery! FENCE Barbed Wire—Creosoted Posts—Creosoted ree"DA iDC* kine Posts—White Cedar Posts and Red KC.PAIRS Cedar Posts. F. S. SON PHONE 229. Fellowship Supper Held At Luvftme On Thursday Lu Verne: Aboiit 150 pefcSbns attended the Fellowship Church dinner which was'field Thursday evening in the Methodist church The dinner was held which Was in charge of the:Youth Fellowship group and their leader Rev. Phillips. The'program consisted of group singing with Mrs.' Har-? old Phillips as the 1 accompanist, Halloween stunts toy the Youth Fellowship group, two piano solos by Wcston Noble, music in-* structor in the LuVeme 'high school, slides concerning stewardship and work being done in foreign lands were shown and descriptions were •'read toy Rev. Phillips. The^ evening was closed by a prayer by Rev. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kngel and daughter Meredith were callers in Eagle Grove Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wickett have purchased the house in the southeast part of town which was built by Eli Eager. Mr. Wickett is coach in the LuVcrne high school. Alice Mae Morklc began work, as clerk in Trauger's Jack Sprat store this week, taking the place of Mrs. Lillic Hesse, who resigned to help with the hot lunches serve at the public school. Mrs. Albert Hefti is also a new clerk n Tniugcr's store." Gordon Davidson spent the weekend in Illinois visiting rcla- cs and friends. 70 at Lutheran Bally About 70 ladies from Algona, arncr, Livermore, LuVcrne and Ventura attended the Fall Rally of the Lutheran Womens Missionary League of the Algona circuit which was held Friday afternoon in the Lutheran church parlors. The program opened with an inspirational service, which was followed' by the call to order by Mrs. William Dau of Algona, Who is president of the L. W. M. -L., reading of the minutes by the secretary Mrs. Fred Hintz of Livermore, election of a distract executive board member, discussion on rally expresses, discussion on projects. The Rev. William Wolter, pastor of the Lutheran church in Cherokee, was the speaker of the afternoon. W. S. C. S. Election Held The general meeting of the Methodist W. S. C. S. was held Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with a very good attendance. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Gerald Brace, Mrs. Vernon Evans, Mrs. E." B. Thomas, Mrs. .Elmer Kubly and Mrs. Warren;'Hunt. The devotional period was led by Mrs Lloyd Larson and the lesson was given .by Mrs. Frank Sanford. Mrs. Ray Stone, president of the organization, had charge . of; the business meeting and plans were made "fbi 1J 'lheii"' v;; aiiri{ral l •'•• bazaar which will be held in December Election of officers was held Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the afternoon. Birth of Daughter Relatives here have received announcement of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rasmusscri of Sacramento Calif. The baby weighed seven pounds and one ounce and she has been named Vicki Jo. Mrs Rasmusscn. 'is the former Doris Sankcy, daughter of Mrs. Clara Sankcy and granddaughter of Mrs. Anna Sankey. Mrs. Joe Schultz and Mrs. William Wolf were Fort Dodge callers on Friday. Mrs. * Dan Kelleher of Kansas City, Mo. is visiting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Hal Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley and Mr. and Mrs. James Doak were Eagle Grove callers Thursday afternoon. Miss Betty Ramus spent Saturday and Sunday visiting at the home of her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. Mrs. Wendejl Jergenson of Algona spent Friday visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. Donald Bowman has resigned his position as janitor in the public school and Emil Heine has been hired to fill that position. •• :.' ':, . Mrs. Robert Phillips arrived home Sunday evening from Oskaloosa where she 1 : had spent the week visiting at the home of her mother, who was'ill. Mrs. James Neville.and daughter Diane of Ames''spent from Wednesday until Sunday visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Dirrtler. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Marr of Spirit Lake and Mrs. P. p. Schichtl of ' Estfteryille spent from Wednesday 'ipv^ning until Friday morning ,afc JJie h,ome of their father Otto Ramus.' Mr. and Mr?...,Harry Schurt.z and Mr. and Mrs. Tcrri Benedict, all of Eagle Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. John LaWarne • and son of Fort Dodge were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. jtal Rogers. •-•-<..• Mr. and Mrs: "Irvin Chapman have received the announcement of the birth of.9 baby girl to their son and'' d.9Ughter-in>!aw Mr. and Mrs. William Chapman of Detroit Mich. This is tiheir first child. The first meeting <?f the Study Class of the Worqap's Society of Christian Service, of the Metiho- dist church will be held Thursday afternoon, Oct. 31 from 2 until 4 at tlie home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. The topic will toe Stewardship and the lesson will be led by Rev. Robert Phillips, The American Legion Auxiliary Unit of the-Ernest Mej-kle Post met Monday evening in the Legion hall with 14 members present. Mrs. Harold Phillips president of • the Auxiliary, GIRL FINDS BUMP IS A CONCUSSION Four Corners: Iris Lowman of Penton, Who suffered a bump on Ihe head some ten days ago, was surprised to find that she has a slight concussion of the brain. Doctor Lee ordered Iris to bed !or at least two days. Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill of Hurt were Sunday afternoon callers at the Raj/ Smith home. Glenn Smith ifpent from Tucs- lay until SatuMay last week in DCS Moincs with his brother Ralph. ¥ charge of the -business meeting. "Flag Etiquette" Was the topic! for the evening and Mrs. Herman Meyer and Mrs. Fred Hinz Jr, had charge of" the program. A quiz on the flag was 'held and prizes were won by Mrs. Harold Phillips and Mrs. James Doak. Lunch Was served at the close of the evening by Mrs. Guy Giddings, Mrs. van Hansen and Mrs. Fred Kruse, The next meeting will be held on November 18 and all members are urged to attend. , Miva?nd MfsY Rikl&h Sfnithi DeS Molhe'Si were weekend guests at the Dell Marlotf MdJRiiy Smith homes, , ; : 'Mrs. ; Herbert' Wallace and daughter Karon Kay, Fentort, were Thursday dinher guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ray Smith. • • L'a Vonne Gettman was an all night caller of Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin last Thursday evening. Miss Gettman -Was ill and could not work Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. EdWard Rich, son Thomas and daughter Rose Ann, Spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Minnie Wilson and Thede Elbert, Whittemore. William Lamuth went to Des Moines Thursday afternoon. On Friday evening he brought Phyllis Rich back. Miss Rich intends to spend the weekend at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich. Wesley Lady Gets Lye Burns On Hand Beatrice Hildman has been assisting her sister Mrs. Ur- ' ban Neurolh with the papering and painting in the home they recently purchased and. moved into. The Don Kinri- iards owned it and moved from it to a farm near Griri- nell a few weeks ago. ^Beatrice received several burns on her hand from lye at her home last week, LOW COST ADVERTISING — That's what you get in Upper Des Moines want ads! Over 4,000 FUNEKAL CHAPEL Ambmance Service The Golden Kule Our Principle Phono 521-W Algona \ : Des Moin68 Want >Wi 'If i^ReiiuJli^ EQUIPMENT NOW ON HAND Flair Boxes Grain Blowers 28-Ft. Portable Elevators 2-Row Stalk Cutters Manure Loaders for All Tractors ' And A Complete Line Of FORD-FERGljSON and WOOD BROTHERS Farm Equipment ; KENT MOTOR CO. ALGONA, IOWA : /'i "I never *qw oil drain out so dirty!" "Coodl That shows Permalube's been taking out the 'goo'!" Whu'i you wash your hunds, tho basin wutcr gcta dirty. Hut your hunds gut clean! 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