The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1950 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1950
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Hear Recording Of Burt Minister Now In Japan T^ A *»V > . Hurt — The Burt Women's club -ui? 1 ,} 11 ?. 110 " 16 of Mrs - Jennie Riebhpff Monday evening, Jan 16, with RuthV Hodgson assisting hostess. Nelle Dremmel gave { review of "We Call it Culture,' and Frances Nealy and Lula Hawcott gave a talk on "What's Behind the Ads," explaining that if a picture for an advertisement is to be taken, of a cake, for example, it is necessary to make as many as four of the articles before the right effect is reached. The skit was not given. Lunch was served by the hostesses. After the meeting Mrs. Riebhoff played a record received from their son, John, who is in Japan. The record, mailed'in November, was of his voice speaking to them and he also sang two selections. John Riebhoff is in the ministry and has been in Japan nearly two years. At State Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Miller, and Mrs. Walter Campney, with -- - - — —'Slllpllw^ f TT A VI t Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. McWhorter, will attend a grain dealers convention in Des Moines from -Sunday till Wednesday. On Monday evening these women will go to the concert given by "Marian Anderson", and Tuesday noon will be guests at a luncheon at Younkers. The banquet for all will be Tuesday evening at Fort Des Moines hotel. 40 Ai Bridal Shower St. Ann hospital, Algona, Friday, Jan. 13. The baby weighed 6 pounds and 14 ounces and has been named Gerald Dean. The Helmans have one other child Diann, about 2 years. Mrs. Helman is the former Norma Loof 6f Buffalo Center. Mrs. Wm. Batt Mrs. John Miller and Diann, with Mrs. Kenneth Bohe and Donna Ruth Bolie, attended a meeting for the Women's Group of the Reformed church of the Latter Day Saints, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S McNamara at Arnolds Park on Thursday. Mr. Wm. Hoffman, son, Herbert, and Mrs. Hilda Hansen of • ~™~' —•«•"-• !i '"• • r "s u "a. xvirs. nmcKiey, Mrs. Some 40 guests attended the E. A. Junkermeier, Mrs. Officer shower at the Lutheran church and Bertha Stow. Sunday of last week for Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson Paul Gebken, nee Dawn Fawcett are spending two weeks on a trip of Humboldt. Joan Giddings and through the southern states. Anneliaf> Ciphkpn hplnpH with tVio TWi- n^j »»..„ f _j TT-U Annelise Gebken helped with the —---•—-•*"•• •» »• •*«»»-.*• ••^.*f*i_v* •» * bii »iiw A»AI . ciiiu ivii a* jc led fiaOCKcF opening of the gifts. Mrs. George took ,some friends to Fenton. K*>imo rlniirrVi4nv» OKI uln r. «* T^..« nr A _-J __i_ _ . . *« _ . .. ^ Seims, daughter, Shirley of Fen _ ----- ..,, __..(,. ..^., v ..... W|r VA i ,.41- 4»*w»m«j, wiitrit; nicy spent me ton; Mrs. Harry Khne and daugh- afternoon with Mr. and Mrs S ter of Alden and Mrs. Walter E. Straley and Mrs. Straley's Klamp of Algona were the out- mother, Mrs. Brace. Those accorn- of-town guests. Paul Gebken, son panying them were Maud Coffin, of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gebken, Mrs. H. Gettmari, Hazel Mann, and Dawn Fawcett, daughter of Leona Salisbury and Mrs. R. Vo- Mr. and Mrs. Keith Fawcett of gel. Raymond and Gordon Baer and Francis Riebhoff returned Humboldt, were married New Year's day. They are living for the present in Humboldt -- *M«llK>4Ui Church' «fr William S. Handy, Pastor The choir will meet at the parsonage on Wednesday at 8 p. m. Sunday, Jan. 29, 1950 Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor, "The Law of the Spirit." Sub-district MFY Rally 3:009:30 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 31, Fellowship supper for adults and older young people. Wednesday, Feb. 1 2:15 p. m., W. S. C. S. general meeting. Circle. Club Meetings Fidelis Class of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Ada McFarland on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 25, with Mrs. Jake Smith assisting. Birthday Circle will meet with Mrs. Bertha Wallace and Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson on Thursday afternoon, Jan. 26. Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Fred Howard, Friday afternoon, Jan. 27. Fortnightly club will meet with Mrs. Jas Christensen, Friday, Jan. 27, p. m. The next meeting of the Women's club will be Jan. 30, at Mrs. R. C. Dremmel. Mission Study will be with Lula Hawcott, Thursday afternoon, Jan. 26. A continuation of the review of "Women of the Bible" will-be given. The Busy Bee club will have the next meeting with Mrs. Hazel Teeters on Friday evening, Jan. 27. The husbands are to be guests. Son For Helmans Mr. and Mrs. Bill Helman are the parents of a son born in the last week from a trip to Texas, and Mexico, where they- had gone to-*ea the country. and look for work. They visited Merle Ollom, a former Burt boy, who is attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Otto of Mallard were Sunday visitors at the Roland Lavrenz home. They are parents of Mrs. Lavrenz. Mr. -and Mrs. Loyola O'Brien, Judy and Maureen, and Mr. and Mrs. Frdnk Bahling spent Sunday of last week at the Hubert O'Briens, near Algona. Mrs. Catherine O'Brien of Whittemore and Mrs. Thilges, Algona, were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black entertained the following relatives at dinner Sunday of last week: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dittmer and family, Mr. and Mrs. jiicr uiiu iumuy, mr. ana mrs. jvirs. jas. * rearicicson were oun- Glenn Black and family and Mrs. day dinner guests at the Andy C. H. Schrader. The gathering Nauman home, Bancroft. Mrs. was in observance of the birth-; Riedel and Mrs. Nauman are sis- New Teacher At Butt Hi School, English & hind Butt — L. V. Olson, Clear Lake, is the new teacher taking the place of Gail Peters. Mr. O}son graduated from the Nora Springs nigh school and attended Coe college. He will have English and biftid. T. M. T. Club Meeting Members of the T. N. T. club met with Elsie Lockwood Tuesday evening to observe her birthday. Besides Mrs. Lockwood. guests were Ethel Dremmel, Lillian Fredrickson, Loretta Llch- ter, Bemita Mitchell, Beth Miller, Lefie McMullen, Clara Reynolds and Esther Sorenson. Visit Fred Habegers The Fred Habegers had the following visitors at their home, Sunday: MJ. and Mrs. Pete Shier- hoz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jay LongstaJf and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stiles, all of Ft. Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fischer. Paul Bolie is moving to a room in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Geesman this week. uwi, ana Mrs. rtiiaa wans Eagle Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter of Corwith, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. • Walter Lockwood, the occasion being Mrs. Lockwood's birthday. Merton Steward underwent an operation at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton Monday of last week. He went back on Thursday for a check-up. Merton is a lunior in school and is the son'of Mrs. Homer Sabin. Leonard Daniels, harness and shoe repairman, has been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. Clara Graham entertained a few friends at her home Tuesday afternoon. The following were present: Mrs. Glenn Graham, Algona; Mrs. Hinckley, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Habeger Monday, where they spent the days of Glenn Black and Deloras Black. The L-R-and B club met with Mrs. Fred Genrich in Lone Rock, Wednesday, Jan. 11, in honor of Mrs. Marge Householder's birthday. This was the last meeting of the year and several members resigned due to other obligations. Clayton Schrader left Monday for Peterson, where he will work with a bridge crew on the railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer and family attended a dinner at the home of Mrs. Veronica Roethler in Algona, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler, son. Robert of Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roethler and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Roethler of near Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Kramer of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willder, with granddaughter, Donna Mae Miller, and Mrs. Anna Piorit were also guests The occasion was the birthdays of Sylvester Arndorfer and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Roethler. The Burt Township Farm Bureau group held the January meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Person and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Person with Mr. and Mrs. Alva Kahler, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Madson and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Willret assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Friedolf Soderberg attended funeral services for Fred Arnold at Klemme, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Arnold, 75, banker at Klemme for some 50 years, was a cousin of Mrs. Soderberg's mother and had visited here several times. He was in the Mason City hospital where the Soder- bergs had been to see him. The Mission Study group of the Methodist church met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Walter Lockwood, with Mrs. Howard McMullen reviewing part of the book, "Women of the Bjble." Last week's meeting was with Mrs. McMullen on Thursday and the review of "Missions, at the Grass Roots" was given. ' Mrs. Ivan Long was IniMason City the list of .the week^where her 'granddaughter/ MarlyJrtxjng?' underwent a . tonslllectomy at a hospital there. Mrs. Hiram Ward, who had been visiting relatives here for a fortnight, left for her home in Bemidji, Minn. Mrs. Ervin Schwietert entertained the Gay Nine bridge club at her home Friday at a 1:30 o'clock luncheon. The afternoon was spent playing bridge. The Friendly Birthday members met with Mrs. R. G. Willrett Thursday afternoon in observance of her birthday. Mrs. Howard Salisbury and Mrs. Wm. Madsen Sr., were guests. The next birthdays are in March. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Riedel and Mrs. Jas. Fredrickson were Sun- Crillys View New 1950 Frigidaire Line in Sioux City Mr. and Mr*. Glean Crilly and Rex Voytet. of the Crilly Appliance Store in Algona, were guests of the Frigidaire corporation in Sioux City on January 18th, at an all-day session held in the Tomba Ballroom. More than 700 dealer* from the middle We»t were on hand to view the new Frigidaire products for 1950, which were presented in novel shows and skits presented by factory personnel. Shown above is the new Frigidaire 30-inch "Thriity-30" model electric range equipped with giant oven. The fuU line of new 1950 Frigidaire household refrigerators, ranges and other products was shown and explained to the visitors. It took all day and evening for the full showing. Lunch and a buffet supper were served by the Frigidaire people. Glenn Crilly said that he has plans underway now for an extensive public showing of the new refrigerator*, and ranges within the next few weeks. In addition to refrigerator?and ranges, other 1950 products introduced at the sho wwera food freezers, electric dehumidifiers. air conditioners, commercial refrigerators, farm milk coolers, and large type ice cream cabinets. ^^ vw»w>. Dates of the Frigidaire 1950 Show at Crilly Appliances will be shortly. ters. Ed Fredrickson and son, James, went to meet Mr. Fredrickson's mother, Mrs. Matilla Fredrickson. of Gladbrook, Sunday. She will spend some time tnere. Word has been received from relatives in California that Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf is seriously ill. She had a stroke several weeks ago and now has pneumonia. She had gone to spend the winter with her sons and daughter there. The U and I club will have their annual banquet at the home of Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer. Thursday evening, Jan. 26. The husbands will be guests. Mrs. Ronald Ortman, Mrs. Raymond Lovstad and Mrs. Albert Volenline are assisting hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Fredrickson, Waterloo, spent the weekend with the E. P. Fredricksons and the Louis Riedels. The Birthday Circle met with Mrs. Henry Weiner on Friday at her home. A birthday group met at Mrs. Fred Habegers Saturday, Jan. 15, to help celebrate her birthday which is the seventh. Billy Hamilton's birthday was also ob served. Aria Moore and Roberta Hamilton were guests. Sewing circle met with Mrs. Lottie Graham on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manus .had the following members of .their family at their home for dinner on New Years: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blumer, Algona; Miss Katheryn Manus of Washington, D. C.; and Mr. and Mrs. George Manus and Larry. Miss Manus returned to her work in Washington the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward and family spent New Years day with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Abbas, near Elmore, Minn. The building where Mr. Davison has been living on Main Street is being cleared out. Mr. Davison has been at the Rest Home in Algona. Mrs. Neva Ollom entertained the Bid or Bye Bridge club at her home Thursday evening. Mrs. Glenn Hutzel won high and Mrs. Ed Kicnetz got low. Mrs. Leonard Warner was a guest. Ruth Hodgson entertained members of the Presbyterian choir at a party at her home Thursday evening of the Christmas week. A number of members who attend school away were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Batt entertained al a dinner recently in honor of the son, Cpl. Darrell Batt, who was home on furlough from Camp Campbell, Ky. The following were guests: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Batt Jr., Roger and Pamela, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. John L. Miller and Diann, Howard Batt and Margaret Reimers, with Robert John, Maxine and Harold at home. Cpl. Batt left Tuesday for Camp Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Erting and daughter Carol of St. Louis spent the holidays with Mrs. Erling's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long, and other relatives here. Mrs. Erting • is the former Marilyn. Long. Mr. Erting is an X-ray technician in the Veterans hospital, there. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Elvidge entertained the following friends at their home Thursday, Jan. 5: Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Schwietert. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tuesday, January 24, 1950 Algona Upper Des Moines—3 Trenary. The evening was spent playing "500", with Mrs. Scott, winning high and Mrs. Schwietert getting low for women, and Roy Ringsdorf won high with Chas Scott getting low for men. Mrs. P. W. Hansen of Algona spent part of last week with her sister. Mrs. Carrie Koestler. Mrs. Hansen was in a car accident last fall in which one shoulder was injured. Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Schwietert visited at the F. W. Baum home in Lakota and was also in Blue Earth on business. TYPEWRITERS, portable or standard size, for immediate sale. Algona Upper Des Moines. 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By that time we'll be ready with our well-known specialties—home-made pies and soups and our delicious family-style meals. ft will be a pleasure to serve you at our new location! Johnston's Cafe "Next to home there's none better" S C&I6* 106 easfr state, algona, iowa I

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