The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 15
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> t,ikol6: The Communlly'cluli l;eM its .first meeting since June It the tfcwn hall Thursday tverr- " NoV. 7 with 3d rrten pres- Oleit Wilson was elected r Walter Leslie was rfe-eleetexi secretary - treasurer. The ttext .'nteeting will be De- cetnbcr S; home Wednesday after visiting her daughter Helen Jean in Ce* dar Rapids and also at the Alex Evans home in Waterloo. • "Ghe n Thrift/flit to Yonr Gt/t" Shopping" •BEAUTIFUL NEW MATCHEt Cliolcc of ' : Three Styles All ivilh Nylon Brist/e Brushes (A) (A) Lovely Jeweler'* Uron/.r 5-pic<'e sot. Hanil mirror, rrcum jnr, comb, irny mirror nnil nylon bristle brush. (R) Medallion pattern 6-piccc set; .Hand niirrof, \c Veil in jnr, •. powder box, t r aV '"' i r r o r, comb, ""riml nylon briiilo liriisli. (ALSO) I'onrloid . pntlcrn dresser set willi bund in i r r o r, t r n y m i r r o r, rreijm jar, pow- dcrj bo,v,; I'^p in li nmh,Jinir, brush.: -ALGONA UPPER f)ES MOtNES, AU3ONA; IOWA Birthday Surprise By Class For Ciirl At Seneca, Nov. 13 Seneca: Shirley Cultoertson was pleasantly surprised last Wednesday evening when iher classmates and other school friends dropped in and helped her observe her birthday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson, LaVon and Bob of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Cla^son and the Curtis Olsens. • . . The evening's entertainment consisted of games, after which the honored guest was presented with birthday gifts. Refreshments were enjoyed. Band Mothers Meet The Seneca Band Mothers met at the schoolhou'SG Tuesday afternoon with Mesdames Martin Wilberg and Sheldon Merrill as hostesses, the latter substituting for Mrs. Henry Reulzol, who was unable to be present. At the close of the business session a brief program was presented by Mrs. Jens Petersen. Two new members Were present, Mesdames Verne Johnson and Bert Speth. % . | Rfturns For Visit Supt. and Mrs. Hecktenwald enjoyed a visit over the weekend from a former student, Donald Livingston, now^ a student at Upper Iowa university, and his fiancee Miss Lorraine Larson, the latter being a rural school teacher in Clayton county. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hewitt and Jerry 'of Mason City spent the weekend at the parental Fred Brown home. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Petersen and family were last Sunday evening guests a t the Walter Glassnap home near Ringsted. Last 1 -Sunday guests\ at the Supt. Rectenwald home were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larson, Charles Jr. and Elizabeth Ann of Spencer. On Sunday afternoon the above named accompanied by Mrs. Fred Brown visited at the August Nelson and Ed Moll homes at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Courtney of Minneapolis were ( Friday evening callers at the Fred Brown home. Mr. Courtney is a pharmaceutical salesman, and his wife is a school, nurse at Fairmont. Mr. Courtney is Fred's cousin.' Mr. and Mrs. .Otto Wilberg, Delores and Bobby Ullestad, •sj^nt Monday evening at a fam-. ily gathering held at the Jens Halverson home . in 'Ringsted. The gathering honored Mr. and Mrs. Alfred. Eness of Ames, who were visiting there. Others present included the Jess Hal- versons of Fentpn, the Ronald Careys and Jerrold Halversons; also the Linus Jensens and. Albert Ullestads, Ririgsted, : . ii SEVEN :" woseeooKsofi «,, „ teDlSREED RACE HORSK ** u WERE READ THROUGHOUT" TW£ NATION, WSA BITTER ONENT OPPONENT Of MCE TRACK BETTING, NEVER PLACED A BET W HIS LIFE AND WOULDN'T WALK A BLOCK TO S££, PMEERMWLTAmECmD INSTRUCTOR IN 6EAU6A V/J.6WFIEI.D/WPTHE GIRL . , fiiSO THE RRSJ/WP CWLY PAPER MflKT OF THE /telSJ/FPI /WP IWRTH OLD HAND PRESS VSEP ALSO PfflNTCP THE FIRST PAPER m. MINNESOTA ttDMsm musiu Fetitoii Folks At Nebraska Funeral Fenton: ' Funeral services for Mrs. Oscar Berkland of Waihoo, Neb., were conducted there on Tuesday. She leaves to mourn her loss her husband and a two- month old adopted daughter. Relatives from here who attended were Mrs. Oli Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Don .Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Berkland and baby, Mr. and Mrs, Reuben Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mansager. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd. Berkland and Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Hanlelman and Paul, all of Fenton; also Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Grethen, Mr. and and Mrs, Truman Thompson and Shirley Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Art Berkland and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Solberg of Cylinder and the following friends from Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Oskvig and Mrs. 'Nels Flint and son Merle. *• FORMCH HISTORICAL FACT OR ODDITf PERTAINING TO -. SENP YOUR COWTRIBUT/ONS TO IMS WP6R. Fenton Auxiliary Planning Bazaar A monthly meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was held Friday at Mrs Gladys Straley's, Mrs. Viola Ohm, Lone Rock, assisting. The president, Mrs. Myrtle Baago presided and 15 members answered roll call. There was one guest Mrs. Mary Hansen. The group made final arrangements for an Auxiliary bazaar Nov. 30 at^the Newel'Hardware. A sewing meeting will be held at Mrs. Kenneth Halvorsen's Nov. 22. St. Joe, Nov.. 12—Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Rielirig and Mr. and Mrs. Harold ,Boji,.Carroll, were Sunday evening supper! puests at the Nick Thilges home. '''. \. " — Givc " Thought lo Yonr Gi/t Shopping" More news,- inore pages more pictures than ev&ri before in The Algona Newspapers. £? , '. "Give a Thought Id Your Gill 'JUST UNPACKED Captivating zipper front cotton's in guy floral patterns. Permanent .finish' seer- suckers, und prii.ia in guaranteed fui-i colors. Prince »-» styles, t i o d- ' with felcliing eye; lei or piping ir...... Irvington School ^ is Again Taught by Two Teachers For the first time in four years two teachers are again employed at the Irvington school. Mrs. Andrew Hansen has the upper grades, with an enrollment of 12, and Mrs. Loren Larson has the primary grades, with 20. Both women have been teaching since the war emergency. Mrs. Larseri is regularly certified and her prior teaching was in Humboldt county at Bode and West Bend. The last two years she had taught in Michigan, but she returned last spring. Mrs. Larsen, a farmwife south of Algona, resumed teaching following the death of an only son Donald who was a war casualty. The Larsens formerly lived ni Algona and the son attended .grades 1, 2 and 3 at the Third Ward •school. ;j Lavonne Shipler a' * Sunday Bride: Burl Burt Nov. 12—LaVonne, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. RusselltShjp- /ler, and Ramond, son of Mf./and Mrs/Emil Eirhers, wereTnarried 1 at- 2 p. m. Sunday; Nov. 10 in-a Pr ; - vate ceremony at St. John's Lutheran church, the Rev. Ferdinand Reith, pastor, officiating. > The couple were attended by Ma'vylled Parsons and Gerald Eimers, brother of the bridegroom. v; A wedding supper was serve for the immediate families at the home of the bride's parents. The bride wore, a rose-colored suit with brown accessories, and her bridesmaid wore a grey suit. Both had corsages of roses. Both bride and groom are graduate of the Burt high school, and the bridegroom served a couple ot years in the navy. Burl Hospital Licensed Burt: The Burt hospital was recently granted a state license as a maternity hospital. Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson, D. O., operates the hospital. Upper Des Moines Want Ads Bring Results. LOCALS Roy Christensen returned Saturday from a week's buying trip in "Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tic.e spent the weekend at Monroe with F. L. Tice, 'father of Ralph. " Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Brothers enjoyed a recent visit from their son C. P. Brothers, Spencer. Mrs. Lawrence Baylor enjoyed a visit Thursday from her sister Mrs. Henry Weiland of Britt. Helen Winkcl has as a guest this week William Owen, of Boston, Mass., who arrived Sunday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, W. F. Colwell were Mr. and Mrs. George Hill, Webster City. Mr. and Mrs- William Ringgenberg spent the weekend at Ames with Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lighter. Mr, and Mrs. 'Harry Cutler spent the weekend at Alta 'with Mrs, Cutler's .-parents Mr. a nd Mrs. T, Wilspn. ' Mrs, Harold Wesley and her mothers-Mrs. Vero Barker spent Thursday with friends at F°« Dodge- :•' , Mrs, BfwJan MIHer, Millord, spent Friday with her 'father. J. J- "Qooley and her sister Mrs. Ran, Mr, §n4 Mrs, H- J, Sherinan and DOJJ •were Sunday dinner gugsts o£ Mr; and • Mrs. l*ewis Giarman, Whittemore. • Mr. ana Mrs, A. R, Borch.ardt spent the weefeen4 $t Qmt tpn ,witt» Mrs. H. 4. Walk, sMer of Mrs. son Cify sjjejit last visit Irorti Wednesday ^ till Mrs. jTi.If . BajK '' - Ugmijton, OWo, v/here she lj,|d y^tg4'MF- »»4 Mrs- .Perry ' stpik oh bin«J, Fill your needf gf TThe Uonar Oea Moines office. t W-^^>^T.; .^^fK -S^™^^:'. ^^f^r? v • • ffGive a Thought to Christmas Shopping" LAY-AWAY A GIFT A DAY FROM NOW TIL CHRISTMAS Choqse from '••'.- .'•••. 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