The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR, TANVILAC DEALERS IN BANQUET HERE Timvilae cloiilcrs of Kossulh and acl.i.'K'cnl areas were guests, Friday evening, at a turkey dinner and pro'.jvam i;i the Hotel Algona, given by Halnh Tice, distributor for this area of Tanvilac'products. Several 4-H members who won blue and red ribbons in recent shows with their animals were sin-rial guests, and Dale Schroeder or LoiH- Rock was the winner in a drawing of 4-H members present nnd as a rpsult will receive a Ifc.'irf'nnl calf for 1947 showing. Oilier -t-H guests were Carol Ann Thompson, Lone Rock; John Albright. Chas. Albright, Algona; Mailolyn Lindy, Klemme; and Donald Marty, LuVerne. IK-.'ilers present from the Kos- sulh area wore: Mi', and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenscn, I'Vnton: Ernie Ellingslon. Bode; Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Miller, Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hamilton. r.aiH-n.ri; Luther Miller, Hurt; L. (I'-il-.i-naiuT and A. Schullz. Lone Kork: If. I,. Reid and A. Ristau, Al.uiina: Mr. and Mrs. T?. L. Krant;'.. Tilnuka ; Mr. and TMrs. C. L. Vohs, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. D. L. 'Leffert, and Mr. and M W. C. Taylor. Algona; Wm. Kien- Itz, Peter Bruer and Herman Wer- inga, Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oxley. Convith; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandow, Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch. Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown wore special guests. A number of company officials were also present. Entertainment was furnished by WHO entertainers. Parents Guests At Schools Last Week An estimated 75 per cent of the parents of pupils in the public schools here participated in American Education Week, last week, by attending and visiting the local schools, according to Supt. O. B. Laing. A number of local adviU organizations also observed the week with special programs. •Wesley Bartlett spoke to the Kiwanis club and Rev. O. W. Brand addressed the Armistice Day assembly with some 501) students and adults present. Mrs. R. W. McCulJnugh spoke to the P. T. A. on Nov. 12 in the Bryant auditorium. Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 19-20 Bob Hope in "GHOST BREAKERS" '' '" ""' '' ...Untamed a< the wilderness they roam together! Timrsday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21-22-2.'! HITTING A DOUBLE HIGH IN OUTDOOR ACTION- MARJEAN NEVILLE THE TRAILSMEN , •, [ . I"; f Rni,:'C*ll ind [d [jrl B«pp I r .l.iu'd LvCPLHlRr DARK I v,\'.(•'} li/ KAY rjWM»HO **, £QO|£ ^ FORREST TAYLOR RflY TEAL MATT WILLIS Added Serial "SCARLET HORSEMAN" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Nov. 24-25-26-27 gvMwt COLOD f for Your Eyes! ^'.. TEA/NPESTUOUS LOVING ... For Your Heart! A GRAND MOVIE BROUGHT BACK FOR YOUR LEDYARD LADIES AT SWEA MEETING Ledyard: A group of local ladies attended an Eastern Star chapter meeting at Swea City last Tuesday evening: Mesdames L. W. Wiemer, W. E. Wiemer. Tice Brack, Wilson Brack, Ed Looft, Ed'Knoner, Charles Bas>h- ara, D. B,' Mayer, Hazel Jenks, also Mrs. Leo Anderson of Rake and Mrs. V. A. Barrett of La- kola, and Miss Shirley Baker of Spencer. Mesdames Brack, Looft, Knoncr, and Anderson were hostesses and served a delicious lunch. Amvet Auxiliary The Amvet Auxiliary met at the home of Harriet Sprank on Wednesday afternoon and sewed hoi water bottle covers, tray cloths and ether boots for the Veterans hospital. Lunch wa.s served by the hostess. Attend Burt Bazaar Mrs. Jerry Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended the Hurt bazaar and supper on Wednesday evening'. Over 100 were served and reports wore that all enjoyed plenty of pheasant. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. Harriett Sprank wore Armistice eve guests at Ihe David King home in Algona. A pheasant dinner to honor all the veterans of both wars was sponsored by the Matzcncr Estle Ladies Auxiliary on Armistice day. Supt. R. B. Rogness read the Armistice day address of the American Legion. The remainder of the evening was spent at dancing. Mrs. Henry Goetsch left Friday for Denver, Colo., to visit at the home. 1 of her son Edwin Bray and to make the acquaintance of twin grandson and granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn of Blue Earth and other managers of Rock Island yards in this vicinity to Minneapolis on Saturday to attend the Iowa- Minnesota game. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halvorson went to Minneapolis Saturday to see Mr. Halvorson's brother Martin Halvorson, who was seriously ill. He passed away on Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Halvorson went on to Du- lutli where he was taken for burial. Alvin Depping and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, who visited over the weekend at the Runksmeicr and George Thompson homes, returned to DCS Moines on Monday. Alvin is employed in the personnel department of an employment company and Kenneth is credit manager for Firestone. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer entertained the men who were going deer hunting and their wives at their home Monday evening. On Thursday W. E. Wiemer, Glenn Yahnke and Louie Miller of here, and several Blue Earth men left for northern Minnesota for a week or ten days of deer hunting, HELD FATHER-SON BANQUET NOV. 13 The Presbyterian Men's Club was host, last Wednesday evening, at a Father and Son banquet at the church here, with a banquet and program that met with enthusiastic approval ifrom all present. Frank H;ixtablc was toastmaster of the affair. Spoils movies were shown by Bill Stcele of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, followed by an introduction of all the fathers and "sons". Robert McConnell gave a toast of welcome to the fathers, and Paul Linciholm responded for the sons. Don Akre gave a short toast, and Rev. Wm. T. Paden of the First Presbyterian church, Fort Dodge, was guest speaker. Walter Dennis led the group in a suns fest. Bill Colwcll with his son, Jerry, won honors for having the youngest son present. Clarence Brims was the oldest son present with his lather. New Insurance Man Locates In Algona Wm. C. (Bill) Zimmerman, previously of Onawa, la., has moved to Algona with his family to take over the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance company agency managed for the past 15 years by District Agent Antone E. Johnson, recently deceased. Mr. Zimmerman is now established in the office previously occupied by Mr. Johnson in the Iowa State bank building and will look after Northwestern agency interests in Kossuth and neighboring counties. He is an experienced life insurance man and leaves the Monona county territory for this larger field, according to Scott M. Burpee, Northwestern Mutual General agent in Sioux City. Prior to his entry into tlhe life insurance business, Mr. Zimmerman was a member of the school faculty and was educational director for the city of Harlan, la. For years he has been active in Boy Scouting and at Onawa was Assistant Scout Master, where he* also was an active member of the American Legion and of St. John's Catholic church. During the war he served with the combat engineers, 6th Engineers Battalion. He is married and has two children. It costs less than ONE CENT PER HUNDRED READERS to advertise in The Algona Upper Des Moines. .ALGONA UPPER BBS MOlNESi JUiOtb, TITONKA Mrs. Sadie Denlon is spending several weeks with tier brother Herbert in Mount Vernon, JVash. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ric'klefs will occupy the Wm. Larsen ihouse this winter while Mr. Larsen is in Texas. . Mrs. Wm. Boyken entertained her bridge club Tuesday. Scores went to Mrs. Minnie Oestefteich- er Mrs. Frank Fisher and {Mi's, Robert Lang. ,\ ." The Jerry Schutjers 'entertain- cd their bridge club Monday evening. Scores went to Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Saathoff and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swan. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ricklefs and baby spent, the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ricklefs. Raymond and his family reside at Es.thervllle. Mrs. William Larson .left Saturday for El Paso, Tex., to spend th^ winter with .his daughter Vilna, :who operates -a- hotel there. Mrs, Larson -passed away last summer, Mrs. H. A. French entertained the Thursday bridge club this Week, Scores went to MrsY Henry Ortnel and Mrs. G. H. Downs. Quests were Mrs, Metcalf, Mrs. Marie Krantz, Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher and Mrs. Mary Qesterreicher. News Of Bob Pittsburgh, Pa.: Robert M. Muckey of Algona is attending the. Carnegie Institute of Teoh» nology this fall. Muckey, a veteran continuing .his education under the GI bill of rights, ft enrolled as a junior in mechanical engineering in the College of Engineering and Science. Me is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd S. Muckey, 801 E. McGregor St., Algona. Bode Youth Honored Roger Olson, son of Andy M. Olson of Bode, has been elected treasurer of the Iowa Stale college chapter of Tail Sigma Delta, honorary fraternity ;for achitecture and landscape architect students. He is a junior. 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