The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1946 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 5, 1946
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Btffe&tt wl'll be a Cresdo Farm meeting 6ri TuestfayV flow Sj at Mj£tfeK«sK- at the 5 etfmimfi* j? ha!f. Tfie .ffVln'gtSwTS after Af* 6na : 4-H clubs are furnishing the I entertainment and also the lunch/ iThefe. will /bra small charge t>n Hhe lunch. Everybedy, whether a jfdfrrt bureau member-, or not, Is /Welcome to attend. Ddrcfts Socfety MeeUnff-— Ii; The Dore-as Society of the First •••Lutheran .church will meet Thufs* dfly at 2:30 p. m. in the church kbflrlofs. Hostesses are Mrs. A. F. . John Anderson Lurid, Hostess-^ Mrs. L; G. Maker entertained 1 a group of frierids at dinner Sunday. Quests were Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart of Kanawhs, Mrs. H. H. FVitzeMoWa City, and Prof. Helen MTillsen, Washington, D. C. Meets Wednesday— .The W. C. T. U. will meet Wednesday at 2:30 with Mrs. M. J. Young for a covered dish luncheon. Mrs. Frank Geigel will have charge of the. devotions. Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 5-6 RoW. Lttwry in "THEY MADE ME A KILLER" Cb-Hft—Prfcd Brady in "SLIGHTLY SCANDALOUS" Thursday, Friday and Sdtttfdfty, Nov. 7-8-9 Jimmy Wakcly in "TRAIL TO MEXICO" Co-Hit—James Ellison in "GI WAR BRIDES" Serial, "Scarlet Hofsetnah" L Sunday, Mdnddy- Tuesday, Wednesday; Nov. 10-11-12-13 Back Again-To Thrill You Again c ° iHit COtilfCII The townsend Club officers met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L6u McMurray on Wednesday evening. Oct. 30, for the purpose of organ- ising the new council fdr 1047, which will be' Installed Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, at the fownsomd flail under the 1 old P. O. Bldg. All new and retiring council members were in attendance. Mrs. A. M. Anderson presided. The following members were elected to the council: Mrs. A. M. Anderson, president; W. R, Carney, first vice president; Jake Weaver, second vice president^ Jeart Holdfen, secretary; Mrs. c. A. Heard, treasurer. These constitute the executive 1 council, Those named as committee chairmen were: Kenneth Dooley, membership; Mrs. 1 Dennis Goeders, . finance; Bernard Weaver, program; H. E. Miner, publicity and exten^ sion; Mrs. Wilbur Holdren, social; Mrs. Jessie Edwards, public relations; Mrs. W. R. Carney, auxiliary; and Melvin Lauck, youth. An audit'ng committee was named to meet on Monday evening, Nov. 4, at the home of Mrs. Anderson. , ALGOffA WPffl 151S Mitchell, S, O. -Mrs. Bell was presented with a gift. ALGOtf A, IOWA, fortimf ft VhtMfl Mr. and MM.- Craig Virisori en* tertained at dinner Saturday even- ng for their/stiff f Orfrfflie whfl was celebrating his 4th bittHday. Quests were Mr. arid M-rer. F. W. Hays, of Mltc-ftell, S. w,, ..parents of Mrs. Vinsfln*, 'MfY and MM. Milton Daht, Mrs. Agn«s Laldley, and Mr. and Mrs; Edtfoficl LefiYke, also of Mitchen, &. 0. Buffet sui»u«-"» Mr, and Mrs; Henry Jfthaftftsen entertained seven couples at fi buf* fet lunch Friday evening foll&wing IN DeMILLE'S GREATEST ROMANCE! FRANK McHUGH 'FAY HOIDEN DOROTHY MORRIS MILBURN STONE , .' ; 'i«:-fef i»«f <l (qMri siifi^ *impi?ity New Card Chll)— A new card club has been organized which will meet bimonthly, Thursday evenings. The first meeting was held Thursday Mrs. Murray Mowers being the hostess. Club members are Mes- darrres Jerry Allen, Frank Moul- tpn, Dick Cowan, Merle Pratt, John Ferguson,-'Dean Schlick, w/lH the eighth member still undecided. Barbara Pool was guest at the first meeting. High score was won by Mrs. Dean Schlick, second by Mrs. Murray Mowers. Honor Cydney Laird— Mrs. Walter Jensen gave a sur- pise birthday party Thursday evening for Mrs. Cydney Laird. The evening was spent socially. Mrs. Laird was presented with a gift. Guests were Mrs. S. B. French, Mrs. Howard French, of Titonka, Mrs. Kay Sevhell, Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Mrs. W. P. French, Mrs. Emily Spencer, Mrs. Chet Williams, Mrs. Luplla Baker, Mrs. D. D. Paxson, Mrs. H. M. Smith, Mrs. Meizar Faikenrainer, Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, and Helen Dingley. Blllie Slgsbec Is Three- Mrs. Harlan Sigstaee entertained at a party Saturday afternoon for her little son Billie who was three years old. Tre guests, with their mothers, were Jimmy, Dick and Larry Pratt, Pamela, Denny and | Tommy Waller, Bobbie Pratt f 1 Phyllis Pratt, Phyllis and Pebby Hardgrove and the grandmothers of the honoree, -Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee and 'Mrs. Clara Pratt. Mrs. Siffsbee Is Hostess— Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon (today). Members are Mesdames Mildred Waller. Clara Pratt, Helen Pratt, Wilma Pickett, Frances Nealy, Bernice IJeei, Jo Hardy, "Ruth Conklin, Mary Muckey Golda Guderian and Mabel Lane Mrs. Clara Pratt entertained the "Eight Specks" Wednesday' evening. High scores prize was won by Mrs. Beecher Lane. The low score prize went to Mrs. T. H. Vaughan,. the Allgona^SpeWeT" fo6tball game'.' O, N. O, Club— The O. N. O. bridge-ellib met with Mfs. W. E. McDonald Friday afternoon. Methodist Lum*«tfH"- The- W. 3". C. S, of the- Methodist chitrcn' will meet for a one fifteen: luncheon Thursday, Nov. 7,'Mrs, R. T. Chipperfield wilt have th<5 devotions and the lesson will be given by Evelyn Gady. Cong'l AnnuaV Dinner—< The annual church dinner for the members of the Congregational church will be given Thursday at six-thirty. The committee serving is the group of which Beth Annis is chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Perelval lad as weekend guests.. ,'JiIr-. and Mrs. Albert Christensen of Royal, parents of Mrs. Percival. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Norton had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. _W Downing, parents of Mrs. Norton, of Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. It. 1. Gllmorc attended the homecoming at Iowa City Saturday. Harold is an alumnus of IHe state university. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCorkle of Austin, Minn., recently visited-Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McCorkle, Mrs. Fred Martin, and the Dr. Harry McCorkle family. Mr .and Mrs. Milt Dalil went to Des'Moines Wednesday:on a business mission and also to attend the Tommy Dorsey entertainment at the KRiNT auditorium' Mrs- Clara Craft and MM. Frances Grantharn went to-Rochester Friday to bring home their, mother Mrs. Mary Dudek, who had major surgery a few weeks ago. •. Mrs. Edward Welner; has- had word from her son LawrenCe,,who had been in Germany, that he has reached New York City and will soon be home, discharged,- from service. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter enjoyed a visit Wednesday, from Mr. and Mrs. David McDonald of Des Moines. The McDonalds have also been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter. . : Mi 4 , and Mrs. Ben V. Meyet-s visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rippentrop at.Buffalo Center Wednesday. The Rlppenlrops became parents of a son, Marvin Lyle, a few weeks ago. Their other child Is a girl. Mr. and Mr*. Paul seet*y, ae* companied by .Mrs. Gene- Hood, went to Minneapolis Thursday to bring the Seeleys' daughters Maty Lou and Pat. for a few days vaca* tion. The girjs are students at St. Catherines school, at St. Paul. Mi', and Mrs. .fofrn K(rfe tt«d Mrv and Mrs. Gone Hertz went to Mln* fieapolis Friday evening, following, the football game. Mr. Klrfc at« tended a meeting of Buick salesmen nnd the party saw the Minnesota-Michigan football game 1 . Mr. MA Mrs. M«-lc mov^d Into one of the HooveF Cowan houses of the court on E. Stale street. Monday. During Mr. Hoover's absence in service, Mrs. Hoover and Susan had been living with he? parents Mr. and Mrs. Bruce IWf *. Mfc 6f gttrtwoft, are parents of a son botn Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital. fh« child has been named Patrick. Mr, CCfirien is a brother of Tim O'Brien, local policeman, and Mrs. O'Brien is a sister of Mrs. George Larson. Mfs. Sam Baylor and hw dawgh- ter .Mrs. Leo- Mergen spent Wednesday at Titonkah, with Mrs. ,Ioo Daughan, anotrer daughter of Mrs. Baylor. Mrs. Daughan has been ill several weeks but is now improving and expects to be up and around in another week or two. Mr. and Mrs. B. I,. Palmer had as weekend guests Mi- and Mi's. Theodore Norton of Sioux Fnlls, S. D. Mrs. Norton is the former Gertie Williams, sister of tlin lalf Mrs. Dick Palmer, and will bo well remembered hero. Tho Mortons have a trailer house and are leaving for California to spend the winter. Mrs. Alice Duyrca rrtiiriifd Saturday from Sioux Fall", S. D., where she had visit;?'! u I'ortnisht with her nephfw and hir; \vifi' Mr. ELITE SHOP Something To Shottt About NOVEMBER FUR SftLE All Day There a Fur in Your Future 6 Mr. spencer, the Marshall and Swft fut man will be here all day Wednesday. November'is the time to buy yfftir Furs! Cold and Windy coirtes whiter now, arrd yd'O'll need a warm Fur coat to keep you cozy and situs when'ley winter sets In. Come ln!v See these coats. We' will have a coat to suit your -budget and your taste. nm1 Mrs. Lou CramffionA She also visited Mr. and Mrs. Wimam Sags at Yankton, S. D., Mrs. Bagg being the former Martha Green, a niece of Mrs. Duryoa. and formerly of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt aftd litllo son Bobbie, Mrs. Milton Dahl, Lloyd Pratt and Arthur \Veiso drove to South Dakota last week. Mrs. Pratt, Mfs. Dahl Stopping at Cnndo where they visiltxl while the rest of the party went on to Lcmmnn to do some hunting. Carl Pratt of Lemmon, returned lev a visit, here. NOW! ANYONE CAN HAVE PLENTY OF HOT WATER IN A JIFFY! New I'of!!(-t Siz:- Portable Water Heatrr (Jests Lcs:; Tluii] 5:2-00 Boils Faster Than Gas! Merely place a V"n> FAST- WAY Electric: W»lor HrMrr in a tub, pan, jiail, or kettle containing water. Flu;; in the nearest socket, presto — in a few minutes hot water! A fcun'k-icnl quantity for balhins, washing, scrubbing, etc. Far Taster than the average gas burner, yet costs les slhan $2.00. No fires to build or hot water to carry. No running up and down stairs. No top heavy fuel bills. Handy! Portable! Inexpensive. Ormin- ally $3.75. Now less than $2.00. Get a V'co FAST-WAY Water Healer Today. —Convenient Terms— EVERY COAT IS GUARANTEED ELITE SHOP Coin Shower— Mrs. Erma Hansen gave a birthday party Monday for her mother Mrs. Ida Bobo, the "guests, toeing several neighbors, who gave her a coin shower. Entertains For Son— Mrs. Loren Thompson entertain-ed a group of little folks Wednesday afternoon in honor of her son Loren Jr's. 7th birthday. Guests were David Long, Roger Ubben. Lee Haas, Edward Carney, Bob Jensen, Harry Bradley, Larry Wicks, Kenneth Bunkofske, Gary Steven, Robert Percival, Nancy Thompson, Sandra Elwood, Becky Jergenson, and Mildred and Margaret Willey. Presbyterian Circles— The circles of the Woman's association of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday, Nov. 7. as follows: Circle A, Mrs. W. A. Hardy: Circle B, Mrs. A. W. Behrends; Circle C, Mrs. L. J, DeGraw; Circle D, Mrs. Henry Guderian. • Bible Searchers— The Bible Searchers class of the Methodist church will meet Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 12, with Mrs. Bessie Walker, Assistant hostesses will be Mrs. Lolla Ladendorf, Mrs. Lena Dietrich, 'Mrs. Cora Martin,' Mrs. Kate Holdren and Mrs. Anna McQuaid. Lutheran "75" Club— The "75" club of the First Lutheran church enjoyed a Halloween party Wednesday evening in the church parlors. Honor Mrs. Benzon— i EMrs. Qle Allison and Mrs. Hans Presthus gave a birthday party Thursday afternoon for Mrs, EmVj Benzon. The other guests •wei'tf Mesdames Joe Christensen, Charles Rosewall. Alfreit Fetersort, George SponJ(berg, Newton 3cott, Theodore Thompijon, Albert Olson, Alma Nelson and- Anna Boharmon, Tne honoree was-R?esente(i With 9 birthday card and a coin collection, Couftesv for Mrs. Bell* qvtrs. -A. E- Lauritzen, Mrs: Craig Vinson and Mrs. Gene Hertz gave a luncheon last week Tuffdav,; a iarewell courtesy for Mrs. Paul Bell, who is rhovlnjf't* Otiy««w».* mftei guests w«rp Mrs- Wesley Bjr&ett, • Mrs. 'Harold Fitch. 3(1900410^11, Mrs. , F> W, «f« pfl i Irtir cinnamon with whit* ,,, vnprttttd pttat* In front. .. anrf *,lu*urhut wWft<;., JMlf Jj|f>lf» Ifivtr ff* % f»»»»f*» fifefff by Coicodt patent , x For dress wear, suave black is the perfect costume accent. Choose the classic pump or dainty slim-heeled .'. .as seen in Vogue. $5.85 ."£•' took Gir/si Your Favorite Sporfs Drawstring CS with FLAT

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