The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 18
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: ; ' . :- ' , .'" .,'?-')/•''.'•" It - ••'' V< ?••'_'.'A: -,:,^ PAGE T - ALGONA ttPPEft JIMMY « OF SPINAL MENINGITIS son : .Jimmy, 3"year<-6ld of MrAifid Mrs. Ed Wcig, taken 'To Ihc' Gotievnl' hospital in Algonn 1 Monday of last week, where his serious illness w;is diagnosed as spinnl menin- Wesley 'Prairie AAA The Triple A of Wflsloy nnd Prairio townships held a meeting in the Kleinpeter hall Thursday evening. A discussion of fertilizer and corn sealing was held. Will Film ml and Hoi-man Studer ;ire chairmen of the township. W. S. C. S. ChHstrtias Party ' The W. S. C. S. held its annual Christmas party at the Methodist church -Wednesday afternoon. A short business meeting was held. Mrs. Charles Kraus, president, appointed committees for various departments. Mrs. A. M. Lease had charge of the program centering around costumes of many lands. Mrs. Clarence Ward represented England, Mrs. Charles Kraus, Norway and Switzerland, Mrs. J. A. "IJiggs, first Christmas tree in America, Mrs. John Paulson, Alaska: Mrs. Curtis Benskin Spain and Mexico; Mrs. 'Raymond Hanson, Sweden. Mrs. R. I'. Newborough accompanied on the'piano by Mrs.' Paulson, sang English carols. Mrs. Fred Sec- felt nnd Mrs. Theron Hansen sang a Swedish hymn, "Silent Night," and they were dressed in costumes of the country. Gifts from under a prettily decorated tree were distributed. Delicious refreshments were served by members of the bxcillive 'board. K. Y. N. dlutf'To The «K. Y. N. club will meet' Wdertesday, Dec. 11, with Mrs. Theron Hansen for their annual Christmas party. A pot luck lunch was served'and a Christmas offering was taken up. At Implement Meeting R C..'Bauer attended an International 'Harvester convention in Dos Moines last Week. Plan Pafiy December 16 The -American Legion Auxiliary held its regular meeting Tuesday evening, 'Dec. 3 with Mrs. J. P. Studer and Mrs. Viola Sluder serving. The meeting was the first one held in the Kleinpeter hall that the Legion has rented. Twenty-one members attended. Mrs. Mower, rehabilitation chairman, urged each member to contribute carpet rags to be sent to a veteran's hospital. The Auxiliary plans to sponsor two evening card parties in their hall after the holidays. The Study club met with Mrs. Al Wagner Thursday afternoon, Mrs. J. M. Kun?. gave a 'book review. Mrs: 'Lawrence* Smith* aftd'- Nate Studer will'-serve 'at the ne*t' me'ettng, Tuesday everting, January 7, 1947. Nate Studer returned homo Friday morning from Chicago, where he had been attending the riational cattle show. Mr. and Mrs. : Jake 1 SlMmth ; 6f Reading, Minn., 'visited at ' the parental Ign. Eisenbacher home Thursday and Friday. ; TV IT. R. C. Bane: will be hostess to her bridge club Thursday afternoon. There'will'be ;>n exchange of Christmas gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinek went to LuVerne for - a turkey supper and bazaar 'Wednesday overling in the Methftdist church. ' Ruth Ann, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson, hnd her tonsils removed at the Mercy ' hospital in '••Mason City Tuesday. • Mrs. Joe Meurer was appointed mental health chairman and Mrs. Leo Bleich as community service chairman to fill out the unexpired term 'of'Mrs. Myrtle Wynne. Rosalie Alne re-entered the La James Beauty School-in Mason City Monday morning. She started there October 1 and on the 14th submitted to an appendectomy at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mrs. Bud Hauplman and infant son ' James Bernard were brought to her parental J. L. Haverly home Wednesday from the General hospital in Algonn, where the baby was bovn Wednesday, November 27. Mrs. Don Kraus and baby boy IT'S A Has the Outstanding IN TOWN CHOICE OF SEVERAL MAKES WITH OR WITHOUT TIRES SOME WITH NEW CAR TIRES AUTO STEERING, PERFECT TRACKING Harvey Redhead HAMMER- MILLS Tlie liamnierinill se:i- son is roininir u|>. mill ut Taylor's you find a good stock of Rcilliead Ilainmennills—"'! mile :i ininutr jiriiidins"- C'oine in and see us !>e- I'rirc you start your Reduced Prices on TANK HEATERS Any kind of tank heater you want, Reduced prices on them because we were overstocked last Spring as a result oi hack orders cdmin:: in. Come in and take the saving now. Monroe TRACTOR SEATS We have them now Tor these model tractors: F20 Case CC F .10 Ford-Ferguson II & M Yes, We Have Lawn Movers Now You'll be doing no grass cutting for awhile, but remember when you couldn't get a lawn mower last summer. How about one for a Christinas gift? uftff B Humorous Story WILD ROGERS *6ii tttat was OarU Vrwf ! thing was that he ' 'little rirl right 'In'the,. eye. - H» . Iik«.'and>th6rf her. «He done trtHfc mother wouldn't let him play -with boys for fear -he'&tfet 4iurtjvand< h« - had to pwctice 'sw&ging ?oa lowe-- body. So his" mother -says .to Mm. "Whenever you are'tefapted-tormt Mary in the .eye you -wight .'to tty, •Get thee behind me, Seteft.'.'Wd then maybe you'd stop." "Sayi'Mom, I'tried'thatif'ftnd'Sa- tan got behind Jhef< afc<Mtowt ' ? H* pave my '• elbo* an awful fehb ve; and Marv'a eye '•was .'••'•'Mght- that'l" (American NiTrt'T*Wahi/lno.» IOWA: COAL'SHORTAfiE LAKWATlfflE Lakota: tJifebatil of'Jthf .'c&al •shortage .fche^Lakola theater >ihas been forc&J'to cUllail-'its acttvi- ties. Beglfcniftg .ifteixtv^yeek Uthe schedule ' will be shows on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Eitter Ravn, ih6 'Interstate!"PSWef ."C6.'.1?^ir;ei-; seritaltve I in I Uttfeitn, tedeiyea wbi-d' last'* Week "that 'Lakbta's the Testflciibhs -fis<> thfe l Albert Leasts a gas-'bUrnihl plant and does 1 not bunt-coal. Tractor Chains New Shipment PLOW LATHES for Case Plows Canvas Tarps were taken to her par'errtal''Will Kitchen home in Emnietsburg Wednesday from thj tCoSsuth hospital in Algona, "where -the. infant was born the',f7,th. They will stay therein i'evv/d^ys. The group voted tO'pr'eSent $5 to the community Christmas treat to 'children. - They ^also voted to send $5 to the"151ster-Ken- ney fund and to pur6hase '$2 worth of T. B. Christmas -Seals. The Legion and'Auxiliary -will send $15 worth 'of gifts to be Sent, to the gift shop at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines. " Plans were made for a Christmas party to be • held Monday evening, Dec.'16 in the Kleinpeter hall in conjunction • with the Amvet Auxiliary and .each member is to bring one--or more gifts, nicely wrapped that can be used as a prize in a veteran's hospital-; A pot luck lunch will .be servedV A program will :be presented by 30 youngsters. , • ^ The Algona Upp'er 'Des Moines is in its 81st Consecutive-year -,; publication, and is the Pioneer' - PrasfoytefianAWtofrfien •^•will- serve'• aMttirkjey-tsUppetM and'ihold their -anmtal '--bazaar -;'at *the church'Thursday,' Dec.--12. \ •'fidWard' Ghrlst«Was h'ere lasjt wfe'ek rTuefeday 1 ' Idoking'i'dftt!!'' his f dl'm'iinteres-tsVfeYid .-dalled'-at .'thfe A. C. Klocke''aWd George-Heetland's. : Mr. 'and 'Mrs; -.Rdberb Hamilton ; and Bobby spent --last '-week •Wednesday'.and fThuTsday -with Mrs/ Hamilton's'mother .at Clef- montj'la. ~ •The' Legion l - Auxiliary ''Christ'- mas'pafty -Will"be held>"at town' hall Thursday 6veiiing,' D6C6m- : bet 12 and Mpld.ahd new metri- bers< are invited. 1 Last Week •'Sunday'visitors 'at the William Schadenddrf ' H6me were their daughter Mrs. Freda Fisher and two sons' Chrl' and Billy 'ofTbtesi 1 City. " /. • Mrs. Signe Nelson returned 'to' L'&kota''last 'W.eek Suntiay' even-' ing'from•yev'eraV days' visit Nvitly her son "artd' family,"the- 'Harfy! Nelsons "at) 'Chcrlos .City. '•Mrs. Guy Beemei-i was hostess' to;;the T.uesday club : -last"week Tuesday'and the Mesdam'es' Kd-' win Kramer and J. ; 'H/ ; Wart>ur- ton entertained the other bridge club. ' Mr. and Mrs.' Henry Gerdes and daughter Darlene went to St. Louis, Mo., last week for several days visit with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Geerdes. '-Mr. 'and -Mrs. 'Hi Jl Schulter ; of Biiffal oeCnter were 1 Thanksgiv- ing'day dinner 'guests with Mrs. Schutter'S father, Arthur 'Hastings and her sister Audrey Hastings. Walter Hans, ; Jerry''Heetland, C. A. Gutknecht, 'Paul Gelhaus 0edrg6 ''leeders 'tttr tire^ thfe »'*ft tlfcive which will open Tuesday, .Dee., 10. ... . ..-. Don Hlgglris &f Whitterhore was recently discharged and rc% ; turned hdfltle about three ago "afterHth merchant KfrtaWnes. ;i, OSn grandsaH'ftf MH an'mMrs. Wintai',i tifikota. . Mf^'Swd^Mrs^llso JaHseri Jenifer Bosma visited last week •nt''the-BUrt--DeNeni "home-'in Steamboat Rock at the homes oL IMhttand^MfS. ^Al'fend^'Mlllef ,*hd'! •B«tha'X''Mnd'..dhd Mr. *iaftd'-Mrs.! •R^yiTKJnd. P^lHoff afACklfey, I«, ; iThanksgiving day '..guests ; th'eAWllliarn > 'Ukena • hbffie vwer iMf ^«nd-.MrsAiMelvW.-URenai Judy, Mr. and Mrs. John Ukena, Lakotapand Mr. and Mrs. Roland KOllSssh ^and son of "Bftrttroft.; Thefftteii- 'are sohs».of 'Mr. '&nd' Mrs'JUkena. ^ ',. j: Moh'day (! 'Dec.' 2'Mrs. ':F. .'F: Darnatier 'entertained.the' Luther Leflgue in the ' 'chUi'frh • ; pdi'lbrs. pennis' v 'Wirtjes led'irt the'discus- sion ''-of--the topic 1 -for"'December, ''Work." The 'following officers were elected: 'President, Geneva Hans; vice'-presideht, Junior Poppe; secretary-ti'ensurer, Don Wirtjes. ;, C611ege.students'home.ifor- the= •Thanksgiving • variation 'Were: Dorothy Schrofcder from St. :Olaf at- Northfield; Glen and Marvin Kldcke, 'Wartberg college ' at Wave'rly; -Dennis Murray and Fanchon Heetlandi Iowa State at •Ames; John^Hdetland, Fflyette; Faustine HeetWhd Koppen, Des MiMnes, Olthoff and B6b .Beemef , froftl Teachers cdllege 'at 'Cedar !i FalWi Meet : K&ssuth taclgeftto, 540! A. iftf M . its :JafiM IngV OI!i§eW"^8rfe' 'Ile«ea ffltf.V Off leers were eieotea BW; U!!«^a4^S^fe .aiLauiMt ¥-t -*W>'-n^ff.tMlSMul*:, l, uranam L {v.iVvtj.,/ji w '^•j^W/i'Qrjtti^neMui* len, Hedfiel, .treaspsf, - ' Gift and Food •'Basement of / White Front Tavern • SAT., DEC. 14 • Open at 8 p.<m. ._ Home Made Articles Home tylade Food ; : Cake Pie f Baked Beans Home Canning, Etc. •^..-F WJT; Eh^horn ~ ship iii JBLtJEiGROSS, the low-cost biidgfetingjplan ' for" prepayirtg '^Hospital iBllls'^Mottthly,' Eritire " Family* $2:40rSmgle Persom$l.<ZO. • To -be .eligible Vfbi'.vettrb'ilmetit \\vith Hhtf 'Batik, --you must 'be yse'lf-eniployed or •• employed (where *there are less than 10 '-in a firm. > Blud Cross; is Nationwide— 24,'5W,tK)0'. Members Your iprbtection begins Dec.' 15, 1946, after ; this date no new meiwberships;fori 6 months. Local Member Hospitals, Kosslith,-Algona General 1 FSamiJy Blue Cross members who signed >up' last' June : 1,5 v will 'please .'make itheir renfewabpayments.a^Iowa State Bank not later thari'S&turaay, Dec.' 14. , 2 Used Wood Wheel farm Wagons Taylor 'i *s '$ : ' Though price we have not of Coca-Cola Mineral Springs €oca-Ctila Bottling Xo.—Humboldt, Iowa

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