The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 26, 1946 · Page 5
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UK* TUESDAY, NOV. 26,1946: .ALOONA Lone Rock Glub Receives Letter From Norwegians •; Lone Rock: The Idle Hour •/: club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Walter Thomp. son with Mrs. Edw. Blahehard assisting hostess. Roll call Was ;• answered by ftlne members and five visitors, Mrs. Lillie Thompson and Neva, Mrs. Dave Weber, Mrs. Joe Miller and Mrs, Albert Shaser. A letter received from Gunnar Anderson in Norway was read by Mrs. Odey Cheriand and is reprinted here. This was the family the club had sent parcels to the past years. It was decided to have the Christmas party December 17 at the home of Mrs. Ralph Thompson, with Mrs. Harry Hobso.'i assisting hostess. There will be exchange .Of myateiy sister gifts anil also a "grab bag. The entertainment ;?was in charge of Mrs. Edw. • Hoppc. The prizes were 1 won by .Mrs. Harry Mobson, Neva Thompson and Mrs,'Frank Mer.' ron. Here is the latter 'that was re- vccived by Mr. and Mrs, Odey , Cheriand from Grennar N. Andersen of Norway, thanking the • Idle Hour club for the packages: Viken Hurda'l in Romerike '. Norway :' October 16, 1946. Dear Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland: Heartfelt thanks for your lovely letter that we received a long time ago. You have certainly waited to hear from us. We would like to send some -pictures of us, but it is so hard to get films. We have enclosed a picture of .our children and you will later receive one of the whole family. But now we wish the most heartfelt thanks to you and your friends in the Idle Hour club for your withstanding LuVerne Methodist SUPPER THURSDAY, DEC. 5 Menu Roast Young Turkey Dressing Gravy Mashed Potatoes Buttered Peas Cabbage Slaw Vegetable-Relish Plate Rolls . Choice of Pie Coffee 'Serving from 5:00 until , ' 7:30 i>. m. . \ '-;;,.;• Adults 85c Children under 10, SOc Will Be Auctioned At*7:30 P. : goodness to us. It is joy and excitement when American packages are opened. We have now received six packages, frdflrt the Idle Hour club and three from other persons in Iowa. Most of it fits fairly:good and that which didn't fit my wife altered. She is very handy and good at sewing, I will now tell a little about ourselves. We are both from poor parents and had to get out on our own at 15 years of age, empty handed. We had the working spirit, ambition and determination to make headway in the world, but it is not so good to make headway in Norway. We both work very hard and have to at all time, because we 'haven't money to pay for hired help. We no\y farm a place of 80 to 90 acres and have some machinery and equipment. We have two horses, five cows' and some sheep, but we can get more when the soil gets built up better. It' is in poor fertility. We'moved to this place last April. We have had five terrible years in Norway or rather in the wojdd. But, we must now hope that God's goodness will guide and rule so there won't be another war. That is the worst calamity that can come over us and our children. Let us hope the big powers now have reached some peace agreement. So to you and your friends in the Idle Hour- i club a heartfelt. greeting from all of us. With greetings, GUNNER, N. ANDERSON. Fenton Teams Win, Lose With Seneca Fenton: Ferilon's first team defeated Seneca, 40 to 20, in a -basketball game here last Friday night. Score a,t the half was 21 to 8 for Fenton. Hiatt with 12 points led the Fenton scoring, and Hackbarth tallied eight. Mansager played a good defensive game for Fenton. Oleson of Seneca scored nine points. In a second team game, Seneca won, 23 to 22. Postpone Swea City Game At Burt Burt: Due, "to Thanksgiving vacation the scheduled'(gOne between Burt and Swea, City had been postponed to , Dec. 11. A game for Seneca has been scheduled at Bunt for Dec. 2. Dec. 18 a Christmas program will be held at the Burt high school and vacation will begin Friday, December 20, and school resumes January 6. . . ,(; employment\and 'provide a means of livelihood for 16 fAmi}l'es'in Algona ... the printing andjjpublish- ing industry in. AlgQuati;'deserves constant support. . ¥\ ~ ^Sr0Vk«Jr VVH-W a m a r lr»velliiij| companion in ha? flyJed i| of ' from toe lo trimtned |B i'l,ii ; iv s ^V:**;^:.;^;::^;.*-;"*^^:^'*;^^^*^^''!?,!:;;^^ • MOINES, ALGONA, IOWA. BURT JUNIORS TO GIVE PLAY, DEC. 10 Burt: Jack McMullen and Kathleen Groen have .the leads for the Junior class play to be given December 10 at the Burt high school auditorium. Peter, the father, is played by Jack McMullen, and his wife LaUra, is played by Jane Keith. Julie and Richie, their children, are played by Marilyn Ditsworth and Jirh Carman respectively. The Parnham family is not well-to-do and Julie and Richie believe that if -they had more money things would be more fun. Aunt Gertrude, played by Kathleen Groen, is getting mighty tired of waiting and when a chance of making a thousand dollars comes along she is all for taking it but Peter is waiting for another company to buy it and since the offer comes from an old enemy, Henry Adler, who is played by Harold Reimers, he vows to wait. Meanwhile, Richie has promised his girl friend Louise Bates, played by Beverly Ditsworth, that he will take her to a dance and he can't get a a car or the money to rent one, so he makes a deal with George Adler, Henry's nephew, to borrow Henry's car. She makes a date with George against her father's will. Gwen Marshall, played by Shirley Lockwobd, a sophisticated friend, supports her decision as George is quite well-to-do. Henry's wife Minnie Adler, played by Helen Graham, is an old friend of Laura's but of later years her husband's wealth has gone' to her head and she treats the Farnhams as if they were on a much lower social scale. Mr. Watson, played by Lester Steward, represents the United Motor company, Which is the company that is considering Peter's invention. All these . complex situations make a hilarious evening's entertainment, and promise to make everyone happy. The play is under direction of Miss Mildred Blwood, the home economics and speech teacher. Killed By Picker When his clothing caught on the power take-off of a corn picker being operated by his father, five-year-old Charles Meyer of near Iowa City, was killed instantly. Mf. and MM. Sam Smith g^erif a couple of days in DCS Moines las.t week. Robert Diekmann oil Wefcley is a new clerk at the Zender's Clothing Store. Mr. and MM. Wiley Hines left Sunday for Marsh alltown, where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith spent last weekend at Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen. Marilyn and Dannie, children of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rente, have been ill with the flu the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith ate •having as a weekend guest, Eunice Engel of Sheldon, niece of Mrs. Smith. -' i Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie ,and daughter Marlene spent Sunday at For't podge with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gillespie. Evelyn Peterson of Rolfe was a guest of Floyd McVay at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. John McVay, over the week-end. Mrs| P. V. Janse left Monday for Houston, Tex., where she will spend about three weeks visiting her son, Dr. H. --M. Janse and family. Mrs* John Simon went to Mason City Wednesday to visit a family friend, Fred Girres of Garner, who is a patient at the Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and sons Jimmy, Dick and Larry plan to go to Victor to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Pratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. McGahey. Wallace Roscoe. student at Mprningside college, SioUx City, will arrive Wednesday to spend his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roscoe. Ruth Ann Sigsbee arrived Fri day from Omaha, where she is a student nurse at the Immanuel hospital, and Will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee', till Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey are enjoying a, visit from their son and his' wife -Mr.- and Mrs. Fernley Runchey of Plymouth, Ind., who arrived Friday and will remain a week or two. Dr. and Mrs; F. C. Scanlan and "C/ue « Thought to Your Christmas Shopping" S U E D B N E PLATFOpIS nailbeaci trinu; ,* Smart'black. : ' 1.45 £mani you in "tolid" . thai pul ON ALL OCCASIONS! • 'SUEDENES • CALF-SK1NS • NAILHEADS • PLATFORMS • WEDGE ';• HEELS BROWN AND WHITE SADDLES — Eyer. popular .. . and »till (p- \ng itronfi 145 SLING r TYPE JESTER -4. of blick «uede; center * iewu vamp. GROWN ' the former's father D. J. Scan- Ian of Rock Valley will go to Ames Thursday to be with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Halpin, daughter and son-in-law of .the Scanlans. Prof. Andrew Monlux is arriv- Wednesday from Ames to spend Thanksgiving with his parents Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux. He is teacher of hygiene in the veterinary department of the state college.' Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Laivell and daughters Sara and Judy are leaving Wednesday for Minneapolis to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Joshia Hartzell. Mrs. Hartzell is a sister of Mrs. Laivell. Phil Hnlsrud has re-enlisted in the army for three years, He has not been told where he will be sent, .at this writing, but he tx- por.-ts to leave soon. His wife, the former Bonnie Rentz, will join him as soon as possible. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Percival and Mr. and Mrs. Orviile Wicks spent last weekend at Minneapolis. The Percivals are going to Royal Thursday to spend the day, with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christensen, parents of Mrs. Percival. Mr. and Mrs. Durwobd Potter are coming from Tama to spend Thanksgiving with the former's mother Mrs. Pearl Potter. Other guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reid. Mr. and Mrs, Tfiomas Sawyer will have as guests Thanksgiving day, Mrs. Sawyer's father, R. A. Skaugstad of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jenson and son Michael of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Torrence of Red- Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schliebert of Fort Dodge and Mr, and'Mrs. George Lyons of Mason City. Mrs. Clara Pratt returned Thursday from West Union, where she visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Traeger and her brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Traeger. Carl Pratt, her brother-in- law, returned with her and will remain here several days before going to his home at Haynes, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan had as Sunday guests Mrs. Buchanan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiuff, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Christensen and Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Christensen and children Ross DOG PULL TOY..-. Heavy . . . brigntlV colored dog that pulls cart on green m e t a I ifl fl Q wheels. 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A social engagement at Hampton to which they flew, took nine minutes, from Eldora, all of which is proof we are indeed living in a wonderful era. Mr. and Mts. Hetfry Mr. arid Mrs. Andy Phill«)f Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Picfciff! went to Mason City Thursday attend the funeral services f Mrs. Mack Wise, sister-in-law ftf Mrs. Henry Phillips. Mrs. Ghasi Stralon of Burlington, a sistef of Mrs. Phillips, came to attend tfiS services and remained for a fe'w; days at the Phillips hpme artd with her mother, Mrs. Sar&H Wise, Sexton. READ THE WANT ADS NOWI-IN THRILLING SELECTIONS ~~ AT YOUR MEN'S Elk Open platform leather sole. Sizes 612, Brown, red. BA BYCa p booties. Pink or blue shearling cuff. Infant sizes 4 to 8. (A-35) 5.3* 1.29 WOMEN'S • fancy fabric with while fur cuff. Sizes 4 to 9. (A-74) MEN'S felt Eve r e 11 s. Leather sole. Rubber heel. Sizes 6-11. MEN'S leather opera. Leather t h roughout. Rubber heel. Sizes 6 to 12. (A-58) ,i BOYS' colorful felt Ever etfs. Well pad- dad. Sizes 1 to 6. (A-8) •WOMEN t wo tone s h e r li n g style. 4-9. Padded sole. (A-oi) SHEARLING booties, wlt.h bells. Infants' sizes —misses' sizei. WOMEN'S colorful felt Everetts. Softly p a d d e d, Sizes 4 to 9, MEN'S moccasins, leather sble and heel. Sizes 6-12. TOY BABY GRAND PIANO— White painted wood .-.a rang_e of notes that wiH enable'^ JQ the beginner to pick but, J == tunes KALEIDOSCOPE — With a. twist of the wrist, a differ- M f\ w ent design in all the ••§?• ^ colors of the rainbow (8217) WOMEN'S "Wilkins" wpol fierce, fur ts 9. dressed, in flowery drew, 4| .19 J,

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