The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1946 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX fitffiNES, /-: IOWA. Towmend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson The tax used to keep up the Townsend Pliin will not. increns'-' the lax burden. It will eliminate; more tax -burrtfcns than it will impose. The present taxes for social security programs, pi us a ll emergency taxes, plus all expense for alms houses. Hiarilies, ok'., will be eliminated. Each lime this annuity money is spent it increases Ihe national income and returns the lull amount of what it eosls. IU< .'-ustaininy incomes I'nr the pecple, it will be much easier to live and pay the tax than it would lie to live Without it. Where can we purchase, an annuity J'or so little Your annuit." for a life conti'acl. will be well worth many times the total cost of the tax. II also means insurance against permanent incapacity. "We are mf.re heavily taxed by our idleness, pride and fully than we are taxed bv Adv. ENTERTAINMENT Wed, Eve.. Nov. 1.3 7 P. M. Pot Luck Biifft't Supper Supper Program Sec the formal installation of officers. Hear Mrs. Rhoena Addis: from Lincoln, Nehr. Each family brinsj a covered dish and i> few sandwiches. Finish the evening by playim; popular frames. Public Invited TOWNSEND HALL Under While Front Tavern I? *-J We have a com- plete stock of tractor and truck tire chains. HEAD METHODIST W.S.C.S.ATBHRT Hurt: The W. S. C. S. met in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with' Mrs. F. L. ftyer- •ion Mrs. Mayme Sehrader and Mrs. John Scott as hostesses'. Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff conducted the devotions and Mrs. G. P. 1-Iawcott gave the program. Mrs, W. B. Officer gave a report of the recent district W. S; C. S: meeting. Plans were completed Tor the annual bszaar arid qhiCk- ?n dinner which will be Wednesday evening, Nov. 13. Officers were elected as follows: Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, president; Mrs. S. M. Parsons, vice president; Mrs. G. H..McMullen, secretary: Mrs . Clifford Holding, corresponding secretary; Mi's! C. S. Coffin, treasurer; Mrs. J. Li Miller, mission secretary; Mrs. J. D. Graham, local activities •jocretary: Mrs. W. J. Campney, literature secretary; Mrs. Will Bait, supply secretary; Lulu HuwcoU, student work; Mrs. B. K. Bf.'irtson. young women's work: Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee, Spiritual Life, and Mrs. Jake Smith, status of women; Mrs. W. B. Officer, children's work. Band Mothers Elect The Band Mothers club met Thursday evening at the school 'muse and the following new officers were elected: Mrs. Clifford Holding, president; Mrs. Paul Olson, secretary-treasurer. Plans were made to serve the county 4-H club banquet on December 4. At the close of the meeting Miss Erna Baars served the group cake' and coffee. Lutheran Aid The Lutheran Aid society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. P. W. Kollasch and Mrs. Bertha Koestlcr as hostesses. The members of the society have been invited to a tea at Mrs. Art, TieU's, Lukota, for Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Buell Home Mrs. H. O. Buell returned Wednesday after a seven weeks visit in the east. She visited relatives at Springfield, Mass., and at Dunkirk, N. Y. She made the trip from Buffalo, N. Y., to Chicago by plane. Her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and .Mrs. F. W. Bedford accompanied her and then went on to Tucson, Ariz. Son for Sankeys Mr. and Mrs. August Sankcy are parents of a son August Jr. born November 5 at the Burt hospital. Red Cross Election The annual meeting of the Burt unit of the American- Red .Cross will be held Thursday evening, Nov. 14. There will be election of officers. Attends Grandmother's Rites ' Mrs. Roland Lavrenz left Friday afternoon for Alta to attend the funeral of her Grandmother Otto. She went with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Otto, Algona. Daughter for Ringsdorfs Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rings- A Word WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR SINCERE THANKS TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY FOR THEIR SUPPORT IN THE RE- c E NT (; i; N r: R A L E i ,ECTION. LEO J. IMMERFALL, Auditor ROSELLA VOIGT, 4 Treas. Elect HELEN WHITE, Clerk ART J. COGLEY, Sheriff CLARA WALKER, Recorder H, W. MILLER, Co. Att'y dorf are parents of- a daughter, Nancy Ann, born Sunday .night, November 3, at the Kossuth hospital. The Legion Auxiliary Sewing meeting will be Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Charles Scott's. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. tteany and daughter, Sac City, spent Saturday night with Burt relatives. Mrs. N. M. CSodflredson and Mrs. Cecil Godfredfedn of Swea City were Burt visitors Friday. Mrs. Carrie Larson entertained the Birthday Circle at Mrs. Arthur Davis's Friday afternoon. Robert Hardy; A'lgonit, spent the weekend with , the R. J. Nealvs while His parent's were in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nealy are to attend the Iowa Poullrymen'ST dinner and meeting at Mason City Tuesday everting. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow and baby went to LuVerne 'Wednesday to spend a few days at the Mervin Bristow home. Mrs. Ed Stewart and son Michael, Swea City, spent Thursday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R'. F. Elvidge. Mrs. J. D. Peters and daughter Karen returned Thursday from Charles City, where Karen had undergone a lonsillectomy on Monday. Axel Anderson attended ; the State Teachers' convention in Des Moines Thursday. Supt. a'nd .Mrs. W. B. Officer went down for the Friday session and spent the weekend. Glee Bullock recently bought the garage which belonged to Mrs. C. H. Blossom and last week moved it to the former Mrs. Ada Whitehill property, which he recently bought. Mrs. F. L. Pratt and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill visited Mrs. Maude iFish at Whittemore Friday. Her sister Mrs. L. F.; Town, Balaton, Minn., is caring for her' while she is confined to her bed. Hugh McDonald, .Harold Steward and Roy Morgan, Buffalo Center, left Thursday for Bloomfield, where they were to hunt a few days. Ronald El- •vidse, Waterloo, also Went with them. Mr. and Airs. W. J. Lockvoocl spent Thursday at the L. M, Bbtinstetter home near Gorwith. Bather and Ruth Hodgson, Mrs. A. H. Meinzer; and Mrs. F. iL. Ryerson were Fort Dodge visitors Thursday. Leo Vinaas, Aurora, 111., spent a few days last week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Anna Vinaas. Wednesday "he, his irrtother and brother Lloyd and Mrs. 'P. L. Dremrhel were Fort IJodge visitors. R0SEMIIGESA BRIDEATST.JOE CEREMONY NOV. 5 St. Joe: Roscna, youngest daughter of Peter N. Thilgos, became the bride of John Lentsc'h at a nuptial high mass in St. Joseph's church on Tuesday, November 5. The single ring cerc- niony was performed by Father George Theobald. The bride was attended by her cousin, Martiha Thilges, and the groom by his brother Joe Lefltsch. ' Acolytes were Mark Thilges, James Capesius, Howard Bormann, and Herbert Hammer. 1 The bride was v dressed in a gown of white tnffe.ta with a double net overskir-l and long train. The net yoke and pcjl- lum on ttie dress were trimmed With a clover leaf applique design. Her finger tip veil .fell .from a crown of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of pink roses and white •rriums. Her triple strand of pearls was a gift of the groom. The bride's attendant was dressed in an orchid ninon gown and she wore an orchid net .headdress. Her bouquet was of pink and white carnations. • A reception for 00 guests Was held at the bride's home. A two- .tiered wedding cake, which was lopped with a miniature bridge and groom, centered the bride's .table. Decorations were in orchid and white. . Table- waitresses were Margolin and M;iy Thilges, Stella •Mae Reding, Mary Joyce Cnpe- sius, Marjoric Gales, and Angela Erpelding. In the evening the couple gave PAY PROMPTLY CREDIT BUREAU OF KOSSUTH COUNTY Order Your Storm Sash and Combination Storm and Screen Doors Close Up AH Openings in House and Barn Our Stocks of Glass Substitutes Are Complete For Porches or Openings Fill Your Bin With Our Superior Coal PHONE 229 F. S. NORTO &SON a dnwee at the Fi iri Llverrhove. They will reside ill Algona, where the groom is a barber. Mr. and Mrs. M. ?. -McQuire and family visited the Sill Mc- Cfuire family at Perry Sttnday. Albin Jta'yser arrived home on terminal leave from the army oh Sunday after 17 months of army, service. Mrs. Nick Schmalen, Ted, Joe. and christinsi of Wdst Bend Move Sunday dinner guests at the Nick Bormatm home. Father Eckstein, a Maryknoll missionary from Opining, Ne'fa York, assisted Father George 'JShcobald with the confessions and Masses over the weekend of November i. Father Eckstein RUPTURE SHIELD^EXPERT, H, L. HOFFMANN of Minneapolis, Mlimfcflola Will demonstrate, without charge/ his "Rupture Shields" in Alcjdfia, Iowa, at the Hotel Algeria, on Wednesday, November l'3th. from 10 as m. to 3 n. m, Please come early. Previous evening by appointment. I have specialized in the field of Rupture Shield service since 1928. I have fitted thousands of •-•{.ses in the United States during this lime. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in your community. CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas-pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injec- 'ipn treatments, are especially invited. "If you want it done, right, don't •• experiment. See Hoffmann." If unable to see him at this time address: HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 520 Masonic Temple Minneapolis 2. Minn. spent 16 years m China as , a •missionary, Lednard MeGuirc> a freshman student at St. John's university, Cbllegevilie, Minn., spent the weekend .Visiting his family and friends. M. T. McQuire and son Mark drove to Collegeville t6 get him. 'Leonard returned to itflte i'; aftd * . :Mrsy:.''Hdrt?»;;^ SbrmaM, -MM? Mrs. jiftiuh'e&pi- and Mrs. .Matt Hill ryn attfeifded shower Surtday" „. Yock at the Casino .Bend. 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