The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1946 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 5, 1946
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' jjtjijijf'vf' ^astf^ /*frif A* ^^^ • . Efje Algona fltaer 5iesi •"^ • ffUr • ' ^^ ^ Second Section ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5.1946 Six Pages Algona Football Coaches •Pictured above is the Algona high school football coaching staff. Left to right, Craig Vinson, assistant coach; Gene Hertz, head coach; and Leon iMartin, assistant coach. Their^charges play the season's final game here on Monday of next week, with Humbolclt as the opponent in the Algona Homeoming tilt. (Algona Upper Des Moines Newsfoto), YOUNGSTERS AT LAKOTA GUESTS IN HALLOWEEN PARTY Lakota: Mrs. T. C. Schaper entertained members of the 4-5-G grades of the Presbyterian Endeavor society at a Halloween party at her -home last week i^.Tdesday evening. Mrs. Henry e and daughters Jennie, and Harriet assisted her the entertainment, which ^consisted of children's game and ^unch of Halloween decorated bandwiches, -jello, and individual pumpkin pies. & puests were Billie Beemer, •Eavonne Barrett, Robert Bpehm, $rry Gerzema, Norma Hippen, 3a,vid Kienitz, 'Geralcline Jansen, igjMiller, Gary Mullarky, Bevy£' Rippentrop nnd Rodney etland. lr. and Mrs, Clarence Priebe lfPlum Creek township were tfi?-week Sunday visitors with SelEd Telkamps. jyp; 1,1 firmer Pastor Visits spie Rev. H. E. Hutchinson and ank Holyer of Pierson,-Ia,, left §St -week Tuesday afternoon for "pencer, 'where they will make ••few days' and, then go piome in time for his Sunday -jmorning service. The Rev. '; Hutchinson, Who had been on ?'vacation for two week 1 ?, was of ^ the local Methodist fftMh^milfP^if^^'as. -mah:Kirlargery^5HurMf?;pt(ii.;' pits since then, among'" them being Grace! .Methodist and Morn- 'ingside church, both in Sioux City, the • spencer church and Britt Methodist church. He is now. retired but continues his . pastoral work. He served sev- eral years as head of the Sioux City Methodist hospital before his retirement. The Lakota church enjoyed having him as speaker for the morning service at their 50th anniversary and again Sunday morning. October 27. Mrs. Hutohinson passed away two years ago last spring at Pierson and her sister, who had made her home with them for many years remains with him. Mr. Hutohinson has a son, Sheldon Hutchinson, and family living in Algona. They were guests of the J. H. Warburtons while here. C. Darnauer of Dubuque, who expects to spend several weeks here. Otto and Arthur ' Stuckman and Paul and Albert Stuckman, sons of Arthur, visited a few days early last week with the A. C. Klockcs. The men are cousins of the Klockes and live in Newton, Wis. . Last week Sunday visitors at the Frank Lewis home were Mr. Jmd Mrs. Chris Christensen and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sanders, all of JSagle Grove. The women are ; nieces of Mr. Lewis. Other -feucsts there were the Wilson aBrocks of Lcdyard and the Hugh '•Lewises of Lakola. I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, Miss Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. Jerry Hoetland drove to Mason City last week Wednesday afternoon to attend a meeting at the Congregational church to hear E. Stanley Jones, noted evangelist, who was there for a week's meetings under sponsorship of the ministerial association. The Rev. H. E. Hutchinson and Frank Holyer, Picrson, la., who were guests at the J. H. Warbur- tons, Mrs. A. T. Buckels and Mrs. J. H. Warburton attended the sixth annual meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Algona district of N. W. Iowa Conference at the Methodist church at Estherville, Monday, October 28, and report a very fine event. Reports were given by the officers and the new officers for 1947 were installed. TO BUY OR SELL: Vou'll go 9 long way before you can better the reader coverage of Algona Upper Des Moines want ads! Hurt O. E. S. To Meet Burt: Kossuth Chapter No; 201, O. E. S., will meet Tuesday evening, November 12. Past Ma* tron's night will be observed and the worthy matron will give her report of Grand Chapter meeting. __^, LEGAL BLANKS, desk blotters, adding machine rolls, stamp pads. The Algona Upper Des Moines, 9 No. Dodge St. And How Was Catch? Postmaster Walter Leslie and C1 C. Gerzema returned early last week from several days of fk'hing in northern Minnesota. Wed 38 Years Mr. and Mrs.: A. C. Klocke celebrated their 38th wedding anniversary last week Monday when several families surprised them by coming to spend the evening. ' Vincent Ellman Weds Vincent Ellman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Korse Ellman Lakota, and~ Delores Johnson of Algona were married October 22 at Elmore, Minn. Vincent is employed at the J. E. Ukena Implement shop and they will make their home here. The Marvin Baums of Ames, la., visited with Marvin's lather, William: and his sister Elsie s last weekjerid.V^ •'•'••-"•i;"-''-^ ".'''>«-' ^pl'aine Koppen, who is attending' a beauty school at "Des Moines, came ,home last weekend for a visit "with her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Nick Koppen. The Rev. F. F. Darnauer and family ave enjoying a visit from the former's mother, Mrs. Henry DIAMQ1TDS Designed to Set Her Heart As Well as Her Eyes A-Dancing! *A* *. ^ *. BETROTHAL DIAMOND Larke, sparkling diamond in Hk *• yellow gold . BRIDAL DUETTE ;?Bpth rings perfectly "'matched. 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