The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1946 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 29, 1946
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lUfisbAY, OCT. 20, 1946 iESATBODE 'OR WOMAN, 25 ALGONTA 10wA Clayton, her parents, six sisters and four brbthers. Services were conducted by RcV. V. T, Jordahl, pastor of the church. Burial was in the Bode cemetery with Skaltgstad's funeral home in Charge. Bode: Funeral services were Saturday aftevribon in the ilifherqn church for 26-year'old rl. Laila R. Oleson, daughter of 4 and, Mrs. Herman Mitsven, Mb parsed away last Wednes- |ajr afternoon at Oakdale Sa,ni- farlUm, Where she had been -a , __.-- - . laticnt ^for several months. She | Swatisohs are building t a now n 'feurvfved by a 3"year-old son house. i't' Four • Corners: John Sftbln, one morning last week, took his tractor and,-went ; tq Wihjttemore to help his sdh-in-lajXvr'Pfex Swanson, level off his yard. The BEST PLACETO EAtlN | A T N O ON! GEORGE'S CAFE 7-10 VOTE FOR I. F. (Jack) Quinn Democratic Candidate For * ' ' • SUPERVISOR ''i FOURTH blSTRICT ".:.'. WESLEYANS ADOPT A SECOND CHILD Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kunz have adopted a five and a half mbriths bid baby girl Julian- he Frances which they brought home frbm Sioux City Monday of last week. They have an adopted son Bifly who was four years old in July. Study Club Patty The Study club held its annual Halloween party Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Kraus, with Mrs. John Amesbury and Mrs. George Aldrich as assistant hostesses. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Aldrich. Mrs. A. M. Lease will have the lesson. Auxiliary Meeb toov. S The American Legion Auxil iary will meet at the home of Mrs. Albert Neuroth Tuesday evening, Nov. 5, instead of their regular meeting night the 7th. The American Legion have rented the Kleinpeter hall and will move in abbut thfc first of the month. The Auxiliary will then meet there. Dennis Vitzthum . and Earl Ward are busy lately getting members for the Legion, as they are leaders of the two groups out to get every eligible man. Amateur Protjirnm At the Amateur program Friday night, Nov. 8, a beautiful Purree 'blanket Will be given away. Anyone who wishes to enter the contest contact an Auxiliary member. George Ward Honored George Ward was honored at a birthday party at the home of his daughter Mr. and Mrs. Art Neuhring ' at Britt Saturday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ward and Chandler, then- son and family the Don Wards of Whittemore ,and their daughter and family the Sam Haags of Algona. A 6:30 dinner was served followed by a social evening. Halloween Party Thirty-five young folks of the Evangelical Free church of Britt of the Upper Flat church and the local Congregational church enjoyed a Halloween party in the Ole K. Flom barn. Seasonable earnes were played and Mrs, Henry Swanson served a deli-; c'oius lunch to the group. In Congregational Pulpit Dr. T. B. Madsen of Minneapolis filled the pulpit in the local Congregational church Sunday. He is acting president of the Merged school of the Norwegian Free church: and the. Swedish Free. church of America. a tonsillectbmy at the General' Hospital Iti Algona Wednesday. Mrs. J. P. Studer was taken to the Geheral hospital in Algond Wednesday tor rhedlcal treatment. Ed Hildman manager of the farmers Cdoperative Elevator dompany attended a service rheeting at West Bend Thursday evening. The Amvet Auxiliary.will hold a district meeting in Humboldt Friday, November 1. Any member wh6 can go contact Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer. Frances Kuhz of DCS' Moines visited relatives ond friehds here last week. She is a daughter of Mrs. Ann Kunz of t)es Moinos, former Wesley residents, She is Stenographer for the Standard Brands. . Paul Edward Pfeffer was four years old on Tuesday, October 14 arid a dozen playmates were entertained at his home. He received Very nice birthday gifts and his mother served refreshments. Mrs. George Ward entertained her bridge club Thursday afler- hoon. Mrs. J. L. Haverly received high score prize, Mrs. George Vitzthum, low score, arid Mrs. Jess Hill, travel. Mrs. Alf Studer will entertain the ladies on Wednesday afternoon Nov. 6. August Gramenz, 78, Buried At LuVerne LuVerhe: Funeral services for August Gi-amenz ,78, who died early Wednesday at his home in BWt Dodge was held Saturday afternoon nt the Wilder and Bruce funeral home and at (he St. 'Paul's Lutheran church in Fort Dodge. The Rev. A. D. Schwidder, pastor of the church, officiated. Burial was ninde in the LuVerne cemetery, Mr. Gramenz being a former resident of. LuVerne. The casket was open- 1 ed at the cemetery ^so that friends of the community could ' view the remains. ' Left to mourn are his wife and four sons Erich of Fort Dodge Roy and George of South Bend, Ind., and Julius of Fort Dodge and three daughters Mrs. Howard Beoh of Menlo Park, Calif., Mrs. Matt Baumgartner and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner, both of LuVerne. wedding invitations and announcements at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Mif PAGE SEVEN Montgomery Officiates H. S. Montgomery of Algona | attended a recent Veterans of Foreign Wars pow-wow at Cedar Rapids, and assisted, Monday night of last week ih the installation of a V. F. W. post at Sheffield. He is deputy chief-of-staff of the V. F. W. for Iowa. HEAD fkfe WA»T ACS TIME YOU Mrs. Clarence Acke'rson went tp W^teplpo FridavJEtir a week'g, visit'w'ithi'relative*,, ,;!• Mrs. Lou Wingert submitted to VOTE FOR ROSELLA VOIGT n -•••••:'"jl j ,••';• -i: '.•••••'•', r ^^'V^^Kffa^K ! f^'i-^^W'S»'Vfy^i x iW^KiyV'S't''V>t -.$i\v\'-&-:?if.rZ-f*;fi2Z Couiit ' .-.-? • •••'' '10 YE>JR "' " ' ffiQe. >;' .•; . ;'. •'; ; .. .. ..;' • •' • '• " ; " "" ; " " ; PORTLAND CLUBS IN ACTIVE WEEK •Portland: The Portland Set- Vice club met Thursday '. with Mrs. Edward Wolf. After a business meeting the la'di'es sewed carpet rags to send : tb Knoxville. Twelve attended ,and Mrs. Tom Trenary was assistant hostess. Church Circle Hostess Mrs. Roscoe Stewart entertained her Circle recently. Mrs. R. J. Nealy of Burt is chairman. To Entertain Thursday Mrs. Herman Leek will entertain the Portland Progress club Thursday, Oct. 31. The meeting Was postponed two weeks. The president urges a good attendance to take care of jpecial business. , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott returned Tuesday from a visit in Wisconsin with the Clarence Scotts. Algona Upper Des Moines, 9 No. It costs less than ONE CENT PER HUNDRED READERS to ad- yertise in The Algona Upper Des Moines. And whan yoii dhange-change to PHILLIPS 66 MdtOfc OIL! A heavy grade summer toll ivon't protect your motor properly in the cool weather. Get thfe proper Rrade in your motor for the best In protection! And make it Phillips 66 Motor Oil. Vou Couldn't aik for a. better natural oil—frbitt yceji In the heart of the famous Oklahoma oil fields. Stop at the Orange-and-Black "66" sign today. Ad No. 2222 Rl* HARMS OIL COMPANY, Dist. Frankl Phillips Station State and Jones Herman Waller, Tank Wagon Agent Harms Super Service Geo. Harris, Operator State and Phillips Phone 74 Albert Hagg On Highway 18 "Boss, You See What Happens When I Get My Sargent Mini-al Meal Regularly?" rl? u '.:^j. SARGENT FEEDS On Sale At Algona Flour & Feed Store So. Phillips St.—Next to Taylor Imp!. Free Delivery on Orders of 1 tori or more Here's the Feed That Has Been "Going Places"— MiiH-ai Meal in Dress Print Bags the bag? are spmething special (Kossuth^county farm wives have told us that!) and the feed is klso something special (Kossuth county farmer* know that!). Yes, it s Sargent's MultiRICH Minral Meal—the midwest's favorite hog supplement—that comes to yoVt now in bags madeof the FINEST print goods on the market! The pat- Wrnl are really outstanding, and the labels soak right off^no mes$y inks t*> wash off. Call and see Minral Meal in the new bags now at Algona Flour and Feed Starve I You H likethemi'j * , l^HP" • '-IIH. HIWP ^^HP /lIBP ^Bl^^ -'- ^^^^^m •': • ^^^ .'••^^T.' '-. . -^^^^^.'' . f^'"'^ft

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