The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1946 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 5, 1946
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, November 4, 1946 . ALGONA UPPER »E^ MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. J*AtJE SEVEN: If lON PLANNING NEIt DANCE AT , -Ledyard: A regular joint .meeting at'- the Mateher-Estle* |P6st and Ladies Auxiliary was fheld lafet Monday; evening, Oct. 1 28. Plan $. were made 1 £«• Armistice day and for a behettt dance { to be ? given ! SWurday/ evening, [ Nov. 9 at Lcgiott'V halW Wiiliaftk' Slttbb)* won the 'door rize, MfrS; Asd Warner attd iWm.. obtie^ m& 'high score prizes. , The ' (prizes •fojfr.'-bin.gO' were donated by lusinessfmenf Mr. irfii-'Mrs. John 'Dixott f r6m (-the S^fF&ttaiidd'V&Ueft: Calif., ftMr. ari&lMts'; John.- Johnson from JCouhciMBltiiffsi vsiited? • several fKdays last>; ) v/eek'at' the. Charles The Monthly meeting of. the [Auxiliary •••.&£'•:- Amvets will be at Mhe home* -of Mrs. James Logan ,' Thursday evening, Nov. 7, at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Charles Bash* ara is) assistant hostess. Mrs* George- Thompson visited Monday afternoon with, her niece MonaJiAnn' Jutting, Buffalo Center. i - i. s .. • |t. ; Mrst Ernest Behnkendorf of Bancroft visited Mrs/ George .. Thompson last week Monday. I Both t ladies were at • one time LuVefne residents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Junkins |fV of Santa Monica, Calif., came ^.last Wednesday to visit at the Ed Halverson and Herb Zielske Rhomes. Glenn Reece, Mrs. Lumetta Es- Itlc went t<x> Des Moines last f week . to attend . the funeral of |theirrnephew Sgt. Donald Pugs* , Who was killed in a plane ash: at Wattersboro, S. C. [tOn Wednesday the Senior gss, accompanied by Supt. Rog- ss, Went to Mason City to have eir pictures taken.^Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prigge of Eichester came Thursday even- liKg t6 visit sevpral days at the 'oward Knoner home. ' ' Mrs. tigge, Is the former Mildred *rgar',' a' ; sister 1 of Mrs. Knoner. Mrs. Carl Kramersmeier was &ught,.harne from the Buffalo nler hospital Thursday. She is ic .better. |On > Wednesday evening Mrs, * A., Carpenter entertained a bug of ladies in honor of her |terrin-law, Mrs. Roy Lampert iGrant's Pass, Ore., who is vis-' Sigvhere. Mrs. Charles Junkins |;; California, who was visiting Irs, .{ HalvOrson, was also a _uest; The evening > was spent visiting and a lovely lunch was [served by the hostess: . f UPHOLSTERING JAND FURNITURE REPAIRING South Dodge St. Algona' . , •'••• Revenue<0f ftee Note The inWrtal revenue office located in. the Alg6tia postof f Ice building AVill be closad from Nov. 3 to Nov. 17, inclusive. Deputies Will ,be attending a school ;of..instruction at Fort Dodge during ••?tnisr period, NEWS ITEMS OF FOURCORNERS Mr. and''Mrs.sRay-Smith and son. Walter were Sunday guests of Mr. "arid .Mrs.'Erhil Person at Lone Rdck. Mr.'and Mrs. Earl Gappa and Miss Jo'Aftne Potter were Friday supped-'guests'of Mr. and Mrs. Edward RJfch and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith were •Thursday, dinner guests of Mr. and MtS.' To'm Trenary, Burt. Mrs. Ti<e«ary is Mf. Smith's sister. - ; Karen Kay Watlaee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wallace, Fenton, spent last Sunday niglit with her, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R4y Smith. Merton Christensen is picking George Lee's corn. Merton started .on Friday. Ed^Rich and Bill Lamuth are assisting George to get his corn in the crib. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hawks and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Buckholz of .Ottumw'a -came Sunday evening and stayed.:until Tuesday evening, with "the" Otto Harlan's. The two ladies dre sisters, and old friends of the Harlans. The men went phe'asant hunflng. Halloween passed by the neighborhood with a compara- tively'small amount of mischief. The Lions, club .party at Algona was attended by a large number of youngsters. Ellen Witham and June Sabin received prizes for costumes jn their class. Mr. and Mrs. Earl P. Gappa took Earl's brother John back to his home at Lake Crystal, Minn., last Saturday, returning Sunday evening.- Miss Jean Rich and JoAnne Potter accompanied them. John has been working in'Algoha this summer Union No. 7 pupils held a Halloween party at the school house on Thursday afternoon. Mothers of the pupils were guests. Outside guests were Mrs. John.Mc- Neil, Mrs.. Fred Plumb and Miss Ruth Heerdt. Games were played, ,the • children gave a program and a lundh was served. A good time was enjoyed by all. William Lamuth and Mrs. Edward Rich took Miss Phyllis Rich back to Des Moines last Sunday afternoon. Miss Rich had spent .the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich. The visitors ar-ived at Des Moines in time to have SU&,per .with Bill's sister and family, Mr.; and Mrs, Ray. Boswell. ;••'• The Ottc»i"Harlans went to Iowa ;Gity ,Satjirday.,toY visit the Verle jiHai:lajj&i.jafyjy,. stopped, eni-outo (a^the*Hpv^ird-'Sar' J chett,home at •'Ames-' and^tbpk Mrs., Sarchett •: and; daughter Connie Rae, along. 'The Clyde-?Harlans of Stockport are- the -parents of. Otto Harlan. : They. met; the local Harlans at the Verle 'Harlands and ; the men all;went to the Iowa State football game last Saturday afternoon. •-.;'.. FOR SALE: 1946 Rossuth Farm • Directories, the latest compiled list of KossuUi farmers, whether • teiwuvU or owners, and location of farm.. Complete-with county map tod 1 pertinent < county information, $2.50 per copy at The Ateona Upper Des Mplnes.- ''H,.,. 32tf v Now-ia the time;tb;lajrjn' your winter; ' : '\ • .supply. 'i./v'v '':' '-/ : ' No. 1 COBBLERS ; , These spuds are excellent keeper*, No. 2 COBBLERS 29c per • • East «-:? : ': *ft BURT OPERETTAS Burt: The two operettas, "Trial by Jury," and "Romance of Kashmir," .were presented in the high school auditorium laat Thursday find Friday evenings, and large crowds enjoyed seeing the fine portrayal of a court room in session in "Trial by Jury" with Masy Grieso as the dependant and Lugonia Riedel as the plaintiff, as well as the colorful costumes, songs r.nd dances in the fashion of the country of India in tho "Romance of Kashmir." The production staff, which consisted of Arlet Choi-land, Shirley Lockwood, Dan-ell Leeper, Kayo Holding, Jim Carman, Gary Schcnck, Harold Heirhers, Harriet Gricsc, Caradcne Koepke, Lavonne Bleich, Eugene Meyer, and Rcnclda Johnson, did a fine piece of work, which was greatly appreciated by the cast. The Chorus Was divided into two groups with Mary Griese and Phyllis Christensen as captains for the pro-sale of tickets. The total pro-sale amounted to $132. Phyllis's side won the contest and will be given a party in the near future by the losing side. Due to the fact that Sheila Rachut wrenched her knes she was unable to play in the Recorder's quartet with Mary Oifi- cer Jimmy McMullen and Est'ier Haase between the operettas. Other music was furnished by Arlet Cherland on her xylophone. The seventh and. eighth grade magazine sal-. 1 contest ended this week with a total sain of 3i03.50 Out of this amount the room received $51.09, whicii ustd for som.'thing -in the ruam. The Army, with Palma Joy Olson js the captain, beat the Navy, and are looking forward to the party which the losing side will give in the near fuutre. Charlotte Dremmel was high, the girls and Richard Campney high for the boys. Merton Steward received the prize for selling the most "Holidays." Algona Upper Des Moines, 9 No. It costs less than ONE CENT PER HUNDRED READERS to ad-" vertise in The Algona Upper Des Moines. Gal Home Comfort that Lciti • Houi clime with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phori* ui today Phono 27-S •ALGONA, IOWA AVAILABLE THIS WEEK THE LATEST POPULAR HITS "Just Squeeze Me"—Duke Ellington "Zlp'A-Dee-Doo-Dah" — Sammy Kayo "And Tlich-.It's Heaven"—Tony Mai-tin "The Things We Did Last Summer"—Frank Sinatra : Here's a Newcomer That Promises to Be a Big Hit!. "EITHEH IT'S LOVE OB IT f^-ThCi Pied Pipers "The W&y That the Wind Blows - ToiUght"— -Dinah Shore, CNfcW an4 Day'WBing Crosby, 'Put That KJss. BacH Where You Found It"— Benuy Goodman. "The Old Lamp Lighter"— Sammy Kaye. Rest Maw" ^ Ring Coje Talk Of The «*QW ftl3« Biyer Pipers ^- The Pied of :;;-.- ' Blossom Tjine" ' -•-•' ; " : «Wbe|it H Slam Kossuth Radio Algona High School-Homecoming-Mon., Nov. 11th "Humble Humboldl! 9 JERRY LAURITZEN Tackle ED RICH Tackle KEITH YOUNG Quarter Back-: .^ VAUGHN BROWN Tackle CHRIS BOWEN Guard HOWARD STEPHENSON Full Back DELMARKERN . Center BOB REILLEY End CHARLES CRAPSER End A Salute To Our Boys From the JERRY SKILLING ;| Half Back ; ALGONA A KIN G C O Bakers of "Honey Krust" Bakery Products CLIFF SKOGSTRUM Half Back isi :3&xiXi : Hfi W ey R rw st"

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