•-«gs '%ttm PAGE EIGHT. .ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA, New Boilers For LuVerne School After Breakdown LuVerne: James Doak and Robert Bigings returned home Monday night from Michigan City, Indiana, where they had gone by truck to get the new boiler for the public schoolhouse. School was dismissed from Thursday until the following Wednesday while the boiler was being installed. Plan Christmas Parly The general meeting of the Methodist W. S. C. S. was held Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with a very good attendance. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Van Hansen, Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. Edward Hof and Mrs. Fred Zwiefel. Mrs. Van Hansen had charge of the worship service and Mrs. Steve Baker, assisted by Mrs. Howard Smith and Mrs. Arnold Hjelle, gave the lesson. Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the afternoon. The annual Christmas party will be held at the meeting in December. Mrs. Lichty hostess Mrs. Harry Lichty entertained at a party Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. May Spooner of Fort Dodge, who spent the week here visiting old friends. Those attending the party were Mrs. Peter Thompson, Mrs. H. C. Allen. Mrs. Elixabeth Henderson, Mrs. S. P. Sorensen, Mrs. Grover Rentz, Miss Grace Lichty, Mrs. William Bigings and Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips. The afternoon was spent visiting and lunch was served by Mrs. Lichty at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. Hugh Shierk second and Mrs. Steve Baker received low score. Mrs. Duane Neal and Mrs. George Tiede were guests. Mrs. Harold Sorenson was presented with a birthday gift. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the evening, Has Nose Operation Rev. A. R. Smith, pastor of the Presbyterian church, had a minor operation performed on his nose Thursday in Fort Dodge. Undergoes Operation Mrs. Clarence Krause underwent a major operation Friday in the Broadlawns General hospital in Des Moines. Birlhday Club Meets The Birthday elub met Thursday evening at the country home of Mrs. Paul Phillips. Bridge was played at three tables, Mrs. Harry Lichty had high score, DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, Nov. 29 LYNN KERNS Tuesday, Dec. 3 MALEK'S ACCORDION Mrs. May Spooner of Fort Dodge spent the week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ulfers of San Jose, Calif., were visitors Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus. Mrs. Robert Bigings spent Sunday visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hewett in Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller and children Jerry and Carolyn of Anita were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus. Miss Anna Woito returned 'iome the first of the week from Rockford, where she had been visiting at the home of Mrs. Anla Nisseh. The ladies of the W. S. C. S. of '.he Methodist church will hold their annual bazaar and supper Thursday, December, 5, in the 'hurch parlors. The Walther League of the Lutheran church met Thursday evening in the church parlors. The evening was spent socially, Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson Out of 233 candidates recommended by Townsend Councils throughout the U. S., 178 were elected and will soon be on their way lo Capitol Hill. Frankfort, Ky. — 50 Townsend club members from Covingto'i swarmed into Frankfort to protest the state's $15 old age assistance maximum. Washington, D. C.—Senate and House bills will be introduce:! right alter congress convenes. Los Angeles, Calif. — Stuart Chase, noted author and economist, has come out in favor of a plan that would put purchasing power "directly into the hands 01 tnc people." This has been the basic principle of the Townsend Plan.— Adv. e're pulling the wires You'll see many of these wird-stringing crews at work as soon as wire of all kinds becomes more plentiful. In the meantime, every available foot of it is being ins!ailed—while we are making every effort to get mure. Telephone wire is only one of many short materials hampering tw—and our factories—hi the struggle to match service to the heaviest demand we have ever experienced. By pressing into use every bit of equipment we can find, we are managing to carry on, though at times service is noi; always M fast aa we would like it to be. Additional equipment will enable us. rapidly to meet backed-up demand aa well as continue with the 100-million dollar expansion and improvement program planned for the next few years. To attract the vast sum needed, our earnings must be comparable with the earnings of other businesses which are obtaining money from the investing public. NORTHWESTERN IEU TEIEPHONE COMPANY after which lunch was served. . Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley, Mrs. James Doak and Mrs. Anna Sankey were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Judd Berryhill In Liver'more. Glen and Harlan Waycoff and Richard Hackmouth, all of Des Moines, were guest Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Zwiefel. Glenn and Harlan am brothers of Mrs. Zwiefel. Kenneth Wittenmirg, son of Rev. and Mrs. Lewis wittenburg, has received his' discharge froiti the' army at Camp Lee, Va., after being in service 17 months. He arrived home the last of the week. Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Baurngartner home were Mrs. August Gramenz and son Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Burtis, all of Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Burtis, Mrs. August Gramenz and Edward Gramenz, all of Ft. Dodge, spent the weekend visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgarlner and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley, Mrs. James Doak, Mrs. Anna 'Sankey accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Judd Berryhill of Livermore were gu.?sts Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas' Riley in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish are parents of a baby girl born Friday, Nov. 15, 'in the Kossuth hospital in Algona. There is an other child, a son, in the family. Mrs. Fish is the former Vera Felt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fett. Herman Roonsfoldt was recently transferred from the construction work on the bridge north of town to construction work at Forest City. Mr. Christensen . has taken over Mr. Roonfcldt's jt>b here and will finish the bridge. Delana Twp, 4*H " Meeting At Bergums Bode: The Delarto fieefs 4'H club'met at the hoitie of Mrs. Melivina Bergttm last Tuesday night. , The nieetlrig was opened by the pledge to the flag, led by President Alvin Rdllahd. The minutes of the last meeting and the treasurer's report was rfcad toy Secretary-Tfreasurer Gene Benjamin. After this business rileethig Dick Opheim gaye a very inter* esting account of the County 44-t Officers meeting held at Port Dodge. Dick was elected vice- president of. the county; The meeting* was adjourned and the president led in the 4*tt pledge. Archie Holland and Leortard Sundermeyer are the leaders of the club. There Were 24 Club members present. • '*' ;'" '^—'•-'^--'•-v--'V.i. [ ';"'-;•"• .-JrjfKvV <c?'^'!^v'-^ :M:::£:ff:::;;::;^^ ' .''•-• . • V "• .. . • ' t f., ,-;*-.' •''-•-.."' '•.'•'.'. ; •'.. J r . "'-•'"•*:,. i' ••'',- •''-•,* •?" ;? .'•''. ..'-'•.'.'• .;•'"•:-"•.••."... ,r •' K' ?'/-'•'. it 1 '!' IM HEAD THE WANT ADS FtWERAL CHAPEL Ambulance Service Tho Goldch Rule Our Principle Phone 521-W Algona ANWWWVW Fenton Band Mothers Fenton: The Band Mothers met Thursday in the home economics room. Mrs. Paul Eigler, president, was in charge of the meeting. The home economics girls served lunch. LIFE WITH CITY CLUB Maitauu» MHKM a.,tr. ««, ma. «• m EVERyoNE's PISAPPOINTEP WHEN THEY FIND OUT ITS ONLV t AM EMPTV CASE. BUT IT SURE SETS ME LOTS OFRlt 1 =m mP. 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