The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1950 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1950
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ftoi Tuesday, January 10, 1950 32 Enroll For Engine Study Course Here Thirty-two men have enrolled in a three months training course on modern automobile engines, being sponsored by the Thompson Distributing Co., according to A. F. Thompson, president of the firm. Two separate schools are being conducted, one to be held Monday evenings and the other on Wednesday evenings. Classes will be held at Algona high school. Robert Stevenson, an instructor In the local high school is conducting the classes. Th.e course will consist of a series of 12 night classes, one each week, for a period of three months. Classes are evenly divided in time on theoretical and laboratory work, and students will devote themselves between classes to practical problems and home study, and will take weekly examinations for a qualification certificate on completion of the course. Enrolled in the Monday night elasses are Eldon Hovey, Roger Palmer, Russ Hutchins, LeRoy Btoffel, Louis Egel, Pete Werling. Elmer Bunkofske, Eugene Ytter- boe, Don Hiller and Art Iserman, NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa, Kossuth County-ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 8010 January Term, 1950 To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Walter L. Whitney, Deceased, dated March 4, 1942, having been this day filed, opened and read. Monday the 23rd day of January, 1950, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. . Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 9, 1950. ALMA PEARSON Clerk of District Court. H. W. Miller, Attorney Algona, Iowa NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa, Kossuth County-ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 6011 January Term,,1950 To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of George Schropfer, Deceased, dated June 22, 1934. having been this day filed, opened •nd read, Monday the 23rd day of January, 1950, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated M. Algona, Iowa, January 9, 19^0. ALMA PEARSON Clerk of District Court. Shumway, Kelly £ Fnstedt, Attorneys Algona, Iowa 1 all of Algona; James Falada and Edw. Brozik, Garner; S. J. Hoff and P. K. Goslin, Woden; and Selmer Nerem and Samson Flagstad, Renwick. Ih the Wednesday class are Paul Bierstedt, Chas. Hewitt, Ernest Egel, Don Deal, Don French, Algona; H. M. Lichty, Harry Gommels, Ernst Krough, Emmetsburg; Dwight Wagner, Milo Risvold, Corwith; Leo Price, Kanawha; Donald A. Hagen, Eugene Nicholson and Donald Jackson, Forest City; and Earl T. Johns and Harold Sorenson, Lu Verne. Install Eastern Star Officers At Swea City Ledyard — An impressive installation ceremony was conduct ed Wednesday for the new officers of Swea City's Eastern Star. New Worthy Matron is Stella Hungerford and Worthy Patron is Ray Marquis. Retiring" matron and patron, Maude Barrett and H. V. Jones were presented with their past officer pins. As the new worthy matron was escorted to the East, eight Rain-, bow girls formed an escort while Mrs. Leslie Anderson sang a solo. Making up the escort were Elsie Pulver, Judy Bravender, Gail Johnson, Gloria Evans. Janice Hagland, Beverly Bashfra, Barbara and Peggy Mayer. The following officers were installed: Worthy Matron, Stella Hungerford; Worthy Patron, Ray Marquis; Associate Matron, Agnes Mayer; Associate Patron, Martin Dahl; Secretary, J. Iva Moots; Treasurer, Kathryn Hansen. Conductress, Clarice Krantz; Associate Conductress, Louise Looft; Marshal, Elsie Evans, Chaplain, Doreen Hansen; Organist, Beulah Snyder. Adah. Doris Smith; Ruth, Marjorie Clark; Esther, Joeldine Fennema; Martha, Beth Schoeffer; Electra, Elaine Mather; Warder. Maxine Smouse and Sentinal, Alice Pulver. Attending from Ledyard were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bashara and Beverly, Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Barbara and Peggy. Plan A Family Party At Wesley Weiley — The "Family Party" will be presented free to the public at the high school gym Friday evening, Jan. 13. A new movie, a travel comedy and other features will be shown, followed by the best show to be presented by the International dealers.- Bill - jtobinscm will present a terrific tapping number;Ronnie Sinclair, xylophonist will give a musical woodpile; the great Roy Madame Helen will present her magical madness and mind reading; Betty and her playmates, cute and clever canines will pre sent. "Putting on the Dog." A radio will be In the gym to bring the "Wesley Town and Country Quiz" at 7:30, followed by the show. R. C. Bifuer, local international dealer brings the annual good will show to Wesley. Marilyn Weber Weds Marilyn Weber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Weber, and Ralph Hach, Ames, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hach, Marshalltown, were married Dec. 19 at the Catholic Student Center of Iowa State college by Rev. Father Supple. Barbara Markham, Hawarden, was bridesmaid, and Robert Johnson, Ames, served as best man. Marilyn is a graduate of the Algona high school and attended Iowa State Teachers college. She has been employed for the past year as secretary to the director of the Institute for Atomic Research. Ralph Hach is a 1948 graduate of Iowa State college, majoring in chemistry, and is employed by the Atomic Energy Commission for atomic research. He served 2Vi years with the American air force. The bride wore an Alice blue street length dress, brown accessories and corsage red roses. Miss Markham wore brown dress, corsage of yellow i-oses. A reception was held following the ceremony at the home of the newlyweds for a few friends. Holiday Guests Mrs. Carrie Haase had as guests from Dec. 24 till Dec. 29 her daughter Mrs. John Hamon of New Orleans, La., her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haase of Little Rock, Ark., and her sons Glen and Clarence Haase, of Webster City. During the visitors' sojourn here, several family gatherings were held, one on Christmas day at which other guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Haase, of Fenton. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips. That evening another family gathering was held at Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase's, the eight brothers and sisters all being together for the first time in ten years, for Christmas. Those in attendance were Mrs. Carrie Haase, Mrs. John Hamon, Messrs, and Mesdames Earl Haase, Harry Phillips, Clifford Haase and Herman Gade, William Haase, Harry Haase. Don Gross, of Tenton, Harold Berkland, of Burt, Hoy Alford and friend Joe Christensen, of Champaign, 111., Lester Gade, of Ringsted, and the respective families, and Glen and Clarence Haase, of Webster City. Betiy Donovan Weds Announcement has been made of Jhe marriage of Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donovan, to Jack Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Whiter of Worthington, Minn., at the Methodist church there last June. The bridegroom is in service and is located at Camp Campbell, Ky., where he will be joined by his bride as soon as dwelling can be found. The formal announcement was made Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Winter's parents, ten friends being guests. The evening was ispent playing "Canasta." •-.- . • ; . USE THE WANT AIM Fellowship Parly The Fellowship group of the Baptist church met Wednesday evening, Dec. 21. Everett Black. of Pasadena, Calif., a student at a theological school therte, gave a talk. Hosts were Messrs. and Mesdames G. H. Ogg, L. E. Stephens, Joe Medin, W. A. -White, Robert Black, William Geering, P. L. Stainbrook, and the Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Kittrell. Light refreshments were served. After the meeting the group went to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson's to offer congratulations on their recent marriage. New Years Guests Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs had as New Years dinner guests their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs, Jimmy and Carol Jean, of West Bend, their granddaughter and her husband Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Martens and daughter Cheryl, of Roland, and their daughter Mrs. Don Grettie, of Chicago, 111. Other visitors later in the week were Mrs. William James, Lawrence Peer, Dorothy Pank. and Mr. and Mrs. Mack, of Hardy. Surprise On Birthday Mrs. Darrell Zenor was given a surprise birthday party Tuesday evening, Jan. 2. Guests provided the refreshments and the honoree was presented with a gift. Those in attendance were Mr. Zenor, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meissner, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld, and Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Potter, of Emmetsburg. The evening was spent at cards. RNA Meeting Thursday The Royal Neighbors of America will hold their regular meeting Thursday at 7:30 o'clock at the Hotel Algona. There will be installation of new officers. A Farewell Courtesy Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott «n-> tertsined at dinner Sunday evening at the Country club, a farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent Sf., whd are leaving this week to spend the remainder of the winter in Florida. Fifteen couples enjoyed the courtesy. A Farewell Party Lone Rock neighbors of Mr; and Mrs. Don Nelson gave them a surprise farewell party Wedne*- day evening, Dec. 21, at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelsori; wi south Moore Street. The guests brought refreshments and also presented the honorees with a floor lamp. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson have moved to Rockfard. Sixth Birthday ! Charles, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell, celebrated his birthday Dec. 24, and was host to the following at a theatre party: Tommy and Denny Waller, Phillip Thomas, John Brandt, Bob Schneider and Mark Beringer. After the show, the children returned to Charles home where games were played and refreshments served. DAR Luncheon The DAR held a 1:00 o'clock lurtcheon today (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. The program was presented by Mrs. Delia McCullough on "First First Ladles". Hostesses were Mesdames Lucille Amunson, Anna Fairbanks, Ruth McMahon, Bess Scheme!, Laura Palmer, and Clara Anderson. BURN COAI OIL OR GAS ENJOY COLONIAL CUAN MEA1 COMFORT AND FUEL SAVINGS trr "Co/on/ofs jf trouble-free " perform' once is tops" ALL-PURPOSE FURNACI Easily win erf ed from ceil to oil or gas. Forced Air lWt Hand «r Shier-fired To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their Daughter Betty, to Herbert Weydert, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Weydert. The wedding will take place Tuesday, Jan. 24, at St. t.e- celia's church. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hichardsttil spent the Christmas weekend in South Dakota with relatives ol the latter. Mr. »hd Mrs. Theodore Thompson had as dinner guests Christ mas day their son and daughter- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Thompson and the son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase, Ann Louise and Donald. Mr. in* Mr*. B. U- Meyer of Spirit Lake were diflftSr guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling. Rev Wesley Frank and family -eturned from a few daVai Visit during the Christmas Jiolidays with his relatives Jn Redwood County, Minn. Rev. Frank is pastor of the Goodhop* church. Mr. «nd MM. Gaii «aase had as dinner guests Tuesday evening, Dec. 27, Mrs. Carrie Haase, Mrs. John Hamon, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ikaase, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haase' Lee and Karen, and Mr. and Rirs. Harry Phillips. The following evening Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips were hosts to the same group. '. . _. TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10-11 Maria Monies and Jon Hall in //i COBRA WOMAN" —2nd Feature— Don Barry and Tom Brown in "RINGSIDE" THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY, JAN. 12-13-14 YOU CANT KEEP '^ RUNNING /FOREVER... j abuBet can travel faster than you can ruol John Ireland • Beulah Bond! • Psrqr KiWde f* * 0* *•*» • B*W * ««" um» • **«dt,MIJON HOLMES P. R. IRONS Phone S23-W ALGONA GREEN COLONIAL fOK HOMfVfOF ALL SI7F5 AND ALL KtHUS Of fUlL —2nd Feature- FRONTIER Added Attraction > i f a i-i 11 M c t SERIAL GHOST OF ZORRO Chapter 9 We have it! (SQUIBB "INSTANT-USE" PINJCULiN for MASTITIS Come In and gel ill TIGGES DRUG R. V. Munger Now Auctioneer Robert V. Munger. owner of Munfjer Implement Co., Algona, recently completed an auctioneer- ing course at the Reisch American School of Auctioneering, Ma- c^Ci'i', Iowa. , Muntter, now an accredited and licensed auctioneer, said the school is the largest of its kind in the world. His clasa of 134 included students from all over the U. S. and Canada. Munger is a local dealer for Ford-Dearborn faim equipment. On Western Trip Union — Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna left Saturday morning u on a three week;.' tour of tht south ami west. Their main stop will lie at Tucson. Ariz, where they will visit Afom Hanna, who is Everett's uncle. Myrtle H;.nn who has been attending college at Cedar Falls, will take care oi the home in their absence. PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS. Smith-Corona and Royals, new 1950 models, at ihe ALGONA UPPER DE5 MOINES, Here's your party desert 1 CiT ANN PilLSBURV'S RtCJPS FOR ' Peach Meringue Qtke Pillsbury'sl DEI MONTE BEST FLOUR j CLING '3.98! PEACHES 25c No. 2'i Can 50 LB. CONSUMERS SUPER MARKET ACROSS FROM HIGH SCHOOL TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY, JAN. 10-11-12 Humphrey Bogart and A1«xand«v Knox In "TOKYO JOE" Added "Land Lost Jewels"—"Thoie Good Old Day»" SUNDAY - MONDAY, JAN. 15-16 «&» 2gu IW—T.—• "s^vii'^VT.rti. • to*...*****-' Added—Hams That Can't Be Cured FRIDAY - SATURDAY, JAN. 13-14 Department Slores Favored Styles! Favored Leathers! Favored Colors! SHOES! A WHALE OF A SALE TO LAUNCH THE "THRIFTY FIFTIES"... HUNDREDS OF PAIRS OF WOMEN'S AND GIRLS SHOES, AT A FRACTION OF THEIR ORIGINAL PRICE. COME IN TODAY AND SHARE IN THESE "ONCE IN A BLUE MOON" BARGAINS! Values to 3.30... NOW! Values to 5.00... VERY FEW LEFT $100 NOW! $997 Values to 6.95 $397 Values to 8.95 NOW! Not all sizes in every style BOTH SPORT AND DRESS STYLES H H H Hi S Department Slores $497 COM! IARLYI BE SURE OF YQMRSIZE MEAWVC&MMED MELODIES of Ws ZU&S3& Love Th* Pup"—"Farther Down East

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