The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 26, 1946 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 26, 1946
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liar Luncheons— ieidge luncheons were held ffdtte'sday and Thursday at (Wge'Si the hostesses toeing Mrs. [JT, Falkenhdiner, Mrs. Eugene Trtagh, Mrs, Cydney Laird, Mrs. liter "Jensen, and Mrs. Howard fetich, of Titorikn. raj.- fdix'soi) feritertiilns fihib— [Mrs. D. D. Paxsoh entertained Ha members of the Dridgcttc club day afternoon. iliird Celebrates With Duck— fin celebration of C. U. Pollard's rtHday NftVember ID, Mrs. Pol- ti-d entertained a few friends at n nek dinner. It is a family tradi- |ri that each birthday Mr. Pol- rd 'be served a duck, the begln- ig of the coslum being on Mr, Card's third nnnivcrsary. Guests re Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, .and Mrs. Paul -Lindholm nnd fathlcen Molloloy. tains for Mrs. Kinligh— I Mrs. Maude Free entertained at J6:30 dinner Wednesday for Mrs', luth Kintigh who is leaving for ps. Angeles, Calif., December 2 jd' will be gone a month visiting two sons and a daughter who J; there. Another daughter will J?4here from Panama. Other iiesls were Mesdames Pearl Pot- Ir, Minnie Gilmore, Ruth Harlaii ••"•.. Alyda Allen. 1 M. Lcmkce Has B'rfhrlay— \. M. Lemkce was given a birlh- f y, surprise party recently by Mrs fmkce. Guests were Mr .and Mrs. enry Artirin, Mr. and Mrs. Joe jurer, Shflroii and Jimmv, Mr. d .Mrs. Warren Bown. Mr. and Irs. Andrew Hanson, Billy Dnkcn. d Mrs. Elda Miller and Law- nee finite B6urne to Ttiree— Mrs. M. G. 33'ourne entertained at a party Thursday afternoort celclirating her son Billle Mark's third birthday. The following guests and their mothers were present: Jetry Cowan, Larry and Margaret Snrague*, Randall Shierk, Lanelle Simon, Billie Sigsbe'e, Scott Misbach, Mary Misbach, and Mary Louise Miller. The afternoon was spent nt games followed by birthday cake and ice cream, and balloons arid souvenirs to take home. Dr. Bourne look movfhg plclurds of the tots. Miv. Jerry Allen Is Hostess— Mrs. Jerry Allen entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Two tables were in play with Mrs. R.' B. Waller winning the high score prize and Mrs. Dick Cowan being second high. This is a newly irganized club, this meeting beinf the third. Members are Mesdames Murray Mowers, Dick CoWan, Frank Moulton, Merle Pratt, Jerry Allen, John Ferguson, R. B. Waller. t- f . W. Brldfire Cluli— The E. T. W. bridge club met with' Mrs, Elmer Phillips Wednesday afternoon. High, second and 'ow score prizes were won by Mrs Bert Cronan,. Mrs. Anna Nelson and Mrs. Fred Powell respectively The Exemplar chapter of the Ita Sign-)!) Phi met Wednesday pning with Mrs. Faris Miner lesson on China was given by sdames Mildred Waller, Bucn.i litter, Jean Miner, Dot Sm'th and hirley Pratt. . GREEN NIAL URN ACE fcind'of Furniee you her.Coal, Oil or <3«p Colwfil engineered he.l-' injf Mil live yoif tin "Big 3V of cowpjtle^ ,)te««nj »iHifeet)on' — X..:. COMFORT Unit Mcetlns: of W. S. C. S.— A unit meeting of the WVS. C. S of 1he Methpdist churches was held Wednesday, the Aigona district Having six, one being 'held a WhiUemoreS, at which thosei in at- '.••ndance were Mesdames^ Johii McGuire, R. A. Davidson, Anton Didriksen, L. J. Reed, J. B. Asa ind J. F. Qvermeyer. Auxiliary Meets Friday— The Legion Auxiliary will mee Friday afternoon at two o'clock ai the Legion hall to sew carpet rags 0-VVe-*Go Club— The O-We-Go club met recently with Mrs. Frank Kajewski a had lunch at Selzers. O-We-Sew Club- Dorothea and Ruth Gisch entertained the O-We-Sew club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Bernarrl Bode was a guest. Shower for Thelnm Putz. Thelma Putz, who is to become the brido of James Will, Dec. 1. was guest at a=shower at the Trinity Lutheran dhurch, Sunday, Nov. 17. She received many lovely gifts. Hostesses were Mrs. Walter Will, Mirs. " E. W. Adams, Mrs. Frank Stratton and Mrs. Glen Johnson- Tables were decorated with blue and (yhite streamers and; -an ir£- teresting program appropriate; -to the occasion was. enjoyed^, ^ J Thaiikskiylng Day Guests-^^ft* Marcie Long;? student ; <i ot»*'Iown ' ung lone 464 N. Dodge f?t . Aigona. Iowa jGREEnCOLOniflL FURRflCE SERVICE home :>f parents.Mr; and- Mrs. Wm. Osnes;s : 'of • , brother of '.Mrs. .Long,Osness will also be 'here t'6.. the day. Mrs. Seeley Entertain*— Mrs. Howard Seely entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her cousin Miss Gladys Burtis. Surprise for a Birthday — Mrs. Howard Seely entertained at a surprise birthday dinner, F»i- iifJpV fflflflSffll 2-WAY STRETCH GIRDLE with Iliur*^^ 1 '•''•;#-•• fSiH-«. «' INSIDE FRONT VIEW y«wr Jwnimy nfei to jiehtwflghrgin (M«. 4dd«4 . f tis jarjef $, '"SNgifc..^^^ («|f|fb'f«r(fiii), day evening at 6 o'clock in honor at her 'son Craig, who was celebrating his. 17th 'birthday. Guests at the'dlnner were his c6ttsins, Joyc^ Geilefefeldt of Burt, Kent Seely, and school friends, Shirley Weber, Keith Yourig, Jerry Skilling, Charles Crapser, Howard Stephenson, Charles Dearchs. After dinner they attended the Junior 1 class play at Aigona. Craig received, many nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson-.'will have as Thanksgiving guests their daughter Mrs. Thomas Bowles, the former Arleen Patterson, who arrived from Los Angeltes early in the week, having concluded a visit with her sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Patterson of Ames will also bo here. Mrs. Bowles will return to her home at Richmond, Va., after a few days here. G. F. Peek, former well known Aigona business man and for a number of years postmaster, writes from his home in Portland, Ore., to have his Upper Des Moines sent to him at Medford, Ore., for a few months while he and his wife are visiting at the home of their son, William, who is in the abstract business there. "Qus" .himself, since locating at Portland, has been vice president of Commonwealth, Inc., a title and trust company. WESLEY QUINT IS VICTOR OVER LONE ROCK FIVE, 41-35 Wesley: The newly organized town basketball, team defeated Lone Rock 41-35 in a game played there Tuesday night. Members of the local gang include Don Kraus as manager. Everett and Marvin A'ckerson, Don Lickteig, Robert Diekmann. Paul Lorenz^ Bud Studer, Bud Hauntman Gordon Loe- bis and Everett Barr, their representative. Pat Rasmussen is unable lo play a' he chipoed a bone in his ankle while practicing in the- gym last week, Teamr Win and Lose— The public school basketball teams went to Woden Tuesday night, Nov. 19 and the girls were victorious over their opponents. 45-23. Tjic local boys were defeated. Everett Barr, local insurance representative, was referee. Corwith played here Friday night. Crystal Lake plays here Tuesday night.. Nov. 26. Prairie Neighbors— The Prairie Neighbors home project group met -at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Hall Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. August. Studer and Mrs. Herman Studer gave talks on facts about Iowa and agriculture. The group will have their annual 'iristmas ' p'arty at the Herman :uder hrone;xjn Decn';17.i <Ch6^e ll be entertainment 'and an exchange of gifts. WfflRdgm? Humoroua & WtfcL like animals, generally. And- th«y aftea laaia ttiekft f«o« animals, too. There wax a that took he.r- little five-year-old Bobbie to the zoo, and she caught him making' terrible faces, at th» monkey. She saya to- him, "Say, Bobbie, that's awfull You're making a. holy show of yourself. Didn't: I often tell you not to make fates ?" '•Well, Mom, he started it," says the kid. assisting in the home. Foertschs als,o have a small daughter. Mr. and Mrs.. J. L. Havorly observed -their 31st wedding anniversary Friday, Nov. 22. Mr. and. Mrs.,Ed ; Hitman. Matt and tarry were 7 o'clock dinner guests at the home of their daugh- ter and sister' Mrs. Robert Kaln and family near Sexton t Thursday evening. The Rains observed their ladh wedding anniversary Saturday, Nov. 23. They have 3, children Sharon and twin sons Bobbie and Dickio. Rosalie Alne was brought home Thursday from the Mercy hospital .in Mason City where she submitted-to an appendectomy. Mrs. J. L. Haverly entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Her daughter Mrs. Evroul Locbig of Aigona and Mrs, Leonard Arndorfer were guests. Mrs. Geo. Ward won high score prize. Mi's. Jess Hill, low, and Mrs. Viola Studcr travel. Mrs. Ed Hildman will entertain the ladies at n Christmas party Thursday, Dec. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simons, new- Jyweds, and Bernard Simons of Camelsport, Wis., visited several days last week at the Ign, Eisen- bache>r home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Vancleve of Des Moines spent several days over the Nov. 17 weekend at the Carl Johnson home. She is the fdrmcr Agnes Johnson. Ed John- Sdn is in th" nrmy in Vienna, Austria, and Bernice Johnson is employed in the Lusby & Giossi store in Aigona. LOW COST ADVERTISING — That's what you get in Upper Des Moines want; ads! .Over 4.000, Vuli?, Raney Hostess— Julia Raney entertained a group of girl friends at her home Tuesday afternoon in honor of her 8th lirthday. She received lovely gifts from her many friends. Mrs, Raney served lunch. Stitch and Chat Club- Mrs. Mike Fldm was hostess to the Stitch and Chat Circle of the Methodist church Wednesday evening. . The K. Y. N. Circle met at .the home of Mrs, Fred Eden, Thursday afternoon. Birlhday.i on Friday— 'Butch" Noble and .Janet Goetz were honored at a birthday party Friday afternoon at the June Voble home, Butch was two years old, and Janet, daughter; of Mr. and Mrs, Philip Goetz, was fpur years old.-- They received many .ovely birthday gifts from their ittle friends • and the mothers served refreshments, < A baby girl, tonnage^ 8 pounds, was >born to Mr. and Mrs. John Shepard in the.Kossuth hospital in Aigona, Tuesday, Nov. 19, Mrs. Shepard is the former Rita Win* gert, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Wingert, and they have one other child John F. The family have moved to Aigona fol lowing several months at the Win^ gert home since his discharge from the army. Mr. and MTS. Ed Ricke are the parents of their first child a 8 iDound girl, born Monday, Nov. 18 In the General hospital in Aigona. Mrs. George Foertsch and baby boy who was 'born Nov. 12, were •brought home Tuesday of last week from the Mercy hospital in Mason City, Beatrice Hildman is - Another Fine Line Exclusively at x KRESENSKY'S in Aigona NOTICE OF PBQBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA JCossuth County, ss. ' IN DISTRICT COURT No. 5535, November Terms, 1849- TO All, .WHOM IT MAY CBBN: YOU Am 'HPPPY That an ihstriinient of pwportinf 0 be the last WiU Testament of Anna Schneider, ceased, datted July ?9, 1943, H been this, day fl|ed opened 8||f read, Saturday the 7th itey f>t pe^ cember, 18^8, Js fixed for hearlflf proof of samp at ^he Coujt Ifouse AJgona, Jow>, toefore th* Bif •triet Couti of said County, «f the st JO 6 fq .appear; sad MjA Good Btti*ti Spellel-s Surt-: Perfect spelling scores throughout the post six weeks period in the Burl school were earned by' Alice Thompson, Betty Lu Mitchell, Philip Soderberg, Sherry Gifford, Yvonne Bits' worth, John . Geesman, -Gladys Groen, 3,0 Ann Schneider , and Velrna Weiske. Pell In Bu*z-Saw Anthony Kloot\vyk, 68, of Boydefi, was attempting to lift a heavy piec'e of wood when he lost his balance and fell into a buzz saw, receiving a deep gash through his collar bone and shoulder. Death followed about two weeks later due to a heart condition brought on by the the wourtcl which was healing nicely. Arrives Via Plane Burt: Shirley Harvey will arrive home Wednesday by plane to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Harvey of Burt. Miss Harvey, who is a. student at Francis Shimer School for Girls at Mount. Carroll, .III, will fly as far as Mason City and her parents will meet her there. Upper Des Moines Want Adfc Bf i«t Result*. Basketball KofC . vs - Aigona Independents ACADEMY HALL THURSDAY, NOV. 28 (Thanksgiving Eve) ' 8:00 P. M. Admisrion 35c andf 15c Lustrous, gleaming'gold' thread swirls a bright edgingon this datable black dress-~-glistens ; around^cap sleeves qncj.a,perky hip peplum.' Yours in black or brown rayon cWpe, Sizes 9 to 15. $19.95 '.' •"•' ~^~ " i. Anothei; Fine ; E:ne -Exclusively .' ... ... at .- . KRESENSKY'S' in Aleona ?*&, Magic^with her angelic blouses in snowy CHAMIKIN" 4 ^B*t«> rayon fabric.. 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