Plan Bake Sale, Lone Rock, Band Uniform Aid .-- The Band Moth- *™h,,,. - f. rs held their monthly meeting Wednesday evening at the scho J house - « was decided to hold a fhe Vo 6 n a -S r ? ay ', Jan " 2fl «" K=I' la '/ Im plement store, , and Jerry Jensen, .j following students madi tne hdnor roll for the first semes ter: Straight A — Carol Thompson Marjorie Houck. Majority A and the rest B — Dick Jensen, Madonna Marlow Judy Newbrough, Sharon Card ner, Kathy McGovern, John Cotton, Janet Newbrough and Mary Ann Dittmer. B average — Delores Marlow have been 35 Al ! A Convention . f Jfl ank , Flaig left Friday to at- n» M r ter ", t , or y dealer's meeting at Molme, 111. Mrs. Roger Jensen and spent th . parental Circle Meetings fc JJ le «J' a - die j i . Mite Society circles held their first meeting of the homp year W Circ l e A met at *hl Mr? P ?* J*%. K King™. with i™? f - R #• Chnstenson assisting hostess. The officers for the cir- t-nairman, c °-chairman, secretary- Don Jensen, Patsy Marlow, Betty bnaser, Leon Marlow, Barbj Quinn, Denny Priebe, Janice Bierstedt, Marilyn Rath, Wanda Wetzel and Jerry Jensen. Mrs. William Dreyer returned home Wednesday after spending several days at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller and family spent Thursday evening at the Wayne Lynch home. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nolson and Harlan of Goldfield, Mrs. Kenneth Bates and girls of Algon'a spent Thursday at the parental wm. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and Linda of Burt spent the afternoon there. ., M j|s Myrtle Hanna is staying at the E. E. Hanna home while they are visiting in California. Mr. ,,, *i: - Wm - Schrader. Mrs. Ronald Chnstenson held the missionary lesson for the afternoon. Lunch was served to 15 members and four guests. Circle B met at the home of Mrs - Delmar Fischer, with Mrs. A rk. Blan ,S! lard assisting hostess. The officers tor the circle are: Chairman, Mrs. Delmar fischer; co-chairman, Mrs. Milton Madison; secretary-treasurer Mrs. A. A. Krueger and good wili chairman, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard «J : u e ml es f° n was £' ven by Mrs- Milton Madison. Lunch was served to 15 members. ..Circle C met at the home of Mrs. W. G. Flaig, with Mrs. L. A. Newbrough assisting hostess. Of- ncers for the circle are: Chairman, Mrs. L. A. Newbrough: cochairman, Mrs. W. J. CottoVsec- retary-treasurer, Mrs. L. V. Johnson and good will chairman, Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom. , Plans were made for the creamery dinner, with Mrs. Art Priebe as chairman of the menu and soliciting committee, Mrs. Roy Jensen as chairman of the cooks and Mrs. W. J. Cotton as chairman of the waitresses. Birthday Mrs. Vern • -•"-•ilg Mtt. ^^UAAIUL 11* Ui i'il . nnd Mrs. Lloyd Schenck of Sponcer spent Wednesday nisht and Thursday with her. ...The Vern Hoppe family spent Wednesday evening at the Wil- Mrs. Emil ' f ed Radig home. Mrs. Radig at- Fred tended a birthday party at the Mrs. Rudy Willrett home at Burt, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. A. Blanchard entertained Mesdames Wm. Knoll Jr., J. M. Blanchard Jr., E. A. Lee, Leon Larson, Alfred Schultz and Roger Jensen at her home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierle and Keith spent Thursday evening at the Ralph Bierstedt home. Mrs. Walter Dacken and family spent Wednesday visiting Mrs. Roger Palmer at Algona. Phyllis Mitchell, student at Forest City, came to the parental Milfred Mitchell home Thursday to spend the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mueller of Cylinder spent Tuesday at the Clifford Mueller home. Gloria Lou Mueller, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mueller, was baptized Sunday at the St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton, by Rev. Fredericks. ~ Louise Elbert, George Davis Wed At Whittemore, Jan. 18 . sors were Mr. and Mrs. Spon- Gene . Hoppe entertained the following at a birthday party !w h ,?K° r .u£ her dau «hter, Judy's, third birthday Monday afternoon- Mrs. Frank Dreyer, JoAnn and Jayne, Mrs. Fritz Meyer and , Juana ' Lorraine Krause ,' and Ellen and Mrs. Geo. Hanna and children. To Sponsor Card Party 'The American Legion Auxiliary will sponsor a card party Thursday evening, Jan. 26, at the Legion hall. Everyone is welcome. Honor Roll News The third six-weeks honor roll of the Lone Rock Ind. school has been compiled. Straight A students are Carol Thompson, Madonna Marlow, Judy, and Marjorie Houck. Majority A and the rest B are Delores* Marlow, Dick Jensen, Sharon Gardner, Kathy McGovern, John Cotton, Janet NeW- . . Blanchard and Delores Schmidt, who were also Sunday dinner guests at the Clifford Mueller home in honor of the baptism. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich were Wednesday evening supper guests at the Hugh Walsh home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich and Mrs. Emil Kraft spent Friday, Jan. 13, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Hillman at Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards and Ralph spent Thursday evening at the C. E. Householder home. J. M. Blanchard Jr., .Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Sr., spent Tuesday at Mason City. J. M. Blanchard Sr., and A. A. Krueger alsd spent Friday there. 5 Marriage Licenses Five marriage licenses have been issued at the clerk of court's office. Dec. 28 — John B. Muehe, 35, Wesley and Irene Ricke, 26, Wesley. Dec. 30 — Robert Zierke, 21, Elmore and Betty Lou Miller, 18, Elmore. Dec. 31 — Paul E. Gebken, 20, Burt and Dawn J. Fawcett, 18. Humboldt; Irvin C. Busch, 25, Ellsworth and Lillian Mae Twedt, 20. Radcliffe. Jan. S — Donald C. Hafbauer, 19, Buffalo Center and Darlene Whltlemore 4-H Club The regular meeting of the Whittemore 4-H club was held Jan. 17, at the C. G. Kollasch farm home. The meeting was attended by 23 members. An interesting talk was given by Glenn Kollasch on adjusting a plow. Paul gave useful hints on lifting weights, Milo Kollasch discussed tractor maintainance. Laura Lee Elbert and Gerald Streit were welcomed as new members into the club. The meeting was closed with a delicious lunch, served by Mrs. C. G. Kollasch. Talkc At 4 Corner* Mrs: Edmund O'Brien was a guest of the Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club of Algona, where she spok on Problems of School Reorganization. The meet- u ..»u v ~-*~"> »"•«=* «cw- ia, ouuuiu uemer ana uai brough, Karen Kueck, Mary Ann Geerdes, 18, Buffalo Center. Be "Penny-Wise" and be "Bank-Wise" LET THIS THRIFT WEEK Be an occasion for you to take a lesson from Ben Franklin whose wise words 200 years ago could be a better guide for us today: "A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED" Be thrifty and save— Keep a Checking Account at Security State Bank "Your Friedly Bank" ALGONA, IOWA Member Federal Deposil Insurance Corporation Whittemore — In a beautifu double ring ceremony performec by Rev. William Veil in St. Mich ael's Catholic church at 8:30 a. m. Jan. 18, Miss Louise Elbert daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Augusi Elbert, and George Davis, son o: Mr. and Mrs. George C. Davis of Livermore, were united in mar riage. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was very attractive in a white satin dress with fitted bodice and long pointed sleeves and full skirt, falling into a short train. Her sweetheart neckline was trimmed with seeded pearls. Her fingertip veil was held in piace by a white satin braid, nnd she carried a bouquet of pink roses. Mrs. E. C. McMahon of Algona sang "Ave Marie" and "On This Day, Oh Beautiful Mother." Acolytes were Armand Elbert and John Elbert, cousin and brother of the bride, respectively. Ruth Elbert, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a light satin dress, with matching hat and mitts and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. Thomas Davis, brother of the jridegroom, was best man. Mrs. Earl Anliker, sister, served ihe wedding bteakfast to the >ridal party at her home, and at noon a wedding dinner was serv- :d to the immediate families and rlends of the couple at George's 3afe in Algona. A reception was mid at the bride's home in the afternoon. The bride is a graduate from Presentation Academy, Whittemore, and for the past several years has been employed in the E. C. McMahon law firm in Algona. Mr. Davis graduated from the Livermore schools and is now employed in LuVerne. After a short honeymoon, the young couple will live in Livermore. ing was held at the Quentin Bjustrom home north of Algona last week, Thursday afternoon. Allen Vaux of Dows and Irene Harris of West Bend were Sunday evening dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith. On Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keene and family were callers with the Heiclen with's. ' William Dcagan, formerly of Granville, is the new employe at the Whittemore Implement Co. He will stay with the Lester Fuchsen's. Mrs. George Fandel spent several days the past week at the Lawrence Glieden home in Wesley, as Mr. Glieden was in Rochester, going through the clinic. The Pinochle club surprised Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foley, Sunday jvening. It was their birthday anniversaries. Prizes were won b" Mrs. George Fandel, Mrs. Rut Schultz, Walter ~~Fandel7 Harfey Will and George Fandel. A pot luck lunch was served by the ladies. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kunz of Forest City were Friday visitors at the Harvey Mergens. Conrad Alig weftit to Rochester, Minn., Saturday, to bring Mrs. Alig home. She has been there two weeks following an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swanson drove to Mason City, Tuesday, to visit the former's mother, Mrs. Sadie Swanson, who is a patient in Park hospital, following a slight stroke a week. Mrs. Swanson is up and around and getting along as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz were hosts at a pinochle party, Sunday evening, at their home. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gingerich of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greincrt, Mr. and Mrs, Walter Struecker and Rev and Mrs. Paul G. Weinhold and daughter, Jeanne. Ralph Sebers is confined to his bed with a case of pneumonia. He is somewhat better at the last report. Titonka To Vote A special election will be held at Titonka, Feb. 2, to decide whether or not that community desires to approve the issuing of not to exceed $50,000 in bonds to finance expansion of the present school system. Additional classroom, and a gymnasium- auditorium would be erected with the money from the bond issue. WANT ADS BHINGa RESULTS Dole-lmmerfall Wedding Set For Wed., January 25' St. Benedict — Many friends and relatives from here attended the shower at St. Cecelia's Academy hall in Algona Sunday, honoring Miss Marvel Dole of Irv ington. who will marry Edward Immerfall on Jan. 25. Edward was the local elevator manager several years and is now located in the same capacity in Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. John Penton and Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Monte Scobba, Sally, Larry and Judv were Sunday callers at the Art Rosemneyers. Eugene Erickson. who had been in Mason City, consulting a doctor and visiting the Ray Olsen family, was brought home by them Saturday evening. Mrs. John Bicrl returned Thursday from Iowa City, where she underwent surgery and is now convalescing at home. Mrs. Ben Dorr returned Saturday from Osceola, Wis., where she visited her son, Herbert and family. Her son, Francis, who accompanied her, remained for a longer visit. Pupils of the seventh and eighth grades in the local school were in Algona Wednesday and Friday, taking the annual" basic skill tests, given under the direction of County Sypt. Lauritzen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson and accompanied by the Walter Lunn family of Swea City, visited the ladies' brother and family, the Robert Senenfelders, a*. Fairmont, Sunday.' They also called on cousins, the Holland Nagelrv. Eugene Erickson went with them as far as Bancroft and visited his sister and family, the John Shays, until their return Sunday evening. Weather Delays Start Of Trip For Farm Folks Four Corners — Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Simpson, who planned to lenve Monday for an extended trip through the south and west, delayed starting until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham accompanied them. They plan several stops en route. The Simpsons will visit their daughter, Mildred and famjly, at Glendale, Cal., and the Withams will visit their daughter, lona and familv. Tuesday, January 24, 1950 Algona Upper Des Moines—3 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich, Thos. and Rose Ann, were Sun day dinner guests at the Theodore Elberts, Whittemore. The Wm. Lamuths and the Leo Platts called in the afternoon to see their uncle. Vincent Wilson, who recently underwent an operation at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs. Ray Smith, who fell a couple of weeks ago and broke her right arm in two places, says the arm is coming along fine, but will have it in a cast six to seven weeks. Mr. and Mrs. v*ern Walker and Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walker and Davy, the Lew- '•fil you seclJie sensational a 1950 "Refrigerators Crilly Appliance Store Algona BEFORE YOU MAKE ANY DECISION.-LET US SHOW YOU THESE BEAUTIFULLY STYLED NEW CARS is Broesder family, the Cecil Bjustrom family, ' Mrs. Violet Walker anrl Eari Rich took dinner and surprised Mrs. Orville Holdren on her birthday lust -week, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harbn ami son, Ronald, attended a st.it--> show and gilt sale at Marshalltown last week, Wednesday. New Years Baby Lcdyard — A New Years day baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swanson at. 12-45 am New Years day. She weighed 7';> Ibs. and has been named Mary Jo. The Swansons live north of Swea City. Betty Bollig, who is en-ployed at the PMA office at Aljjuna spent the weekend at the parrnt- sl J W. Bollig home. Attend Rites Of Fire Victims Lakoia — Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbur Wirtjes drove to Webster City, Thursday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. James Spitler and two children, Joyce, 11, and Danny, 8. who lost their lives when their home burned last week, Sunday, at Ft. Dodge. Services were held at the Foster Funeral Home in Webster City. Mr. Spitler is still in critical condition, and the little 6-year-old son has pneumonia. The family are relatives of the A. K. Johnsons and Wirtjes. OFFICE SUPPLIES. Kossuth county's largest stock. The Algona Upper Dec Moines, in ihe NEW news- f There's beauty, beauty, beauty everywhere you look! And it's all brand-new beauty inside and out! Chrysler for 1950 is boldly and dramatically re-styled! Deliberately re-designed to be the Beauty Queen of the toad, a classic of the long, low, and lovely. There are wonderful new nylon fabrics... smart new trim. Most of all you'll be impressed by the fact that Chrysler's kind of beauty—unlike all others—truly reflects the sound engineering and the solid comfort and safety inside! The extra headroom, legroom, shoulder-room! The safer visibility! The chair-height seats! All the extra convenience of the easiest of all cars to enter and leave! See and drive this great car at your Chrysler dealer's today. It's the smartest, most comfortable car we ever built and the sweetest performing with its wonderful Spitfire Engine with the completely Waterproof Ignition System. BEAUTIFUL mo UlliYSLW TODAY'S NEW STYLE CLASSIC Diagonal & Elm Sts. ALLEN MOTOR CO. Algona, Iowa Plumbing and Heating Irons' "Irons" Are Always Fire in the TUESDAY. JANUARY 24. 1950 NEED A HOT WATER HEATER? WE ARE GIVING 'JUMBO' VALUES Are you all hot and bothered about "hot water trouble?" Do • you switch lhat faucet on. and have nothing come forth but a stream of tepid, luke-warm liquid—when you are 'about lo shave, take a nice warm bath, or wash clothes? Hot water 1* priceless, especially when you don't have any. Lei us fix you up with one of our specially good values in Hot Water Heaters—either gas or electric. We mean it when we say we can give you a "Jumbo" value in these, and we can quickly install. Look into this one, folks, it's something we think we can "steam you up" about. WE ARE EQUIPPING BATHROOMS For some reason or other, we have been installing a lot of bathroom equipment in past weeks — new tubs, new lavatories, new closets, even a lot of small fivtures like towel bars and soap dishes, which we also carry. After all nothing can make ihe world look rosy as one of our swell new coral- lined xecess bathtubs. Makes a bath an .event. Let us show you some of tnese items, and how surprisingly reasonable it is to doll up a bathroom. THE PERFECT OIL BURNER We Think "Oil-o-Matic" is about the Closest to Perfect in an Oil Burner. One of the best features of these new "Oil-O- Matic" burners is the fact they will burn that thick, low-cost oil just as good as any other. But that's only one of the many features. We invite you lo invite us to tell you the whole 'Oil-O-Matic" story, which is a good one for prospective oil burner buyers. "HOT STOVE" TIME- We mean by lhat, it's the time of year when folks like to gather 'round the stove (or maybe the radiant heat) and shoot the breeze over what's in store for the coming year. Folks making plans to build are the ones we have in mind. We can and will be glad lo show you a lot of late wrinkles in plumbing and healing installations for new home building. Give us a ring if you are one of those planning lo build a dream nest. We'll help you in your plans for ihe nest. HEATING ^.PLUMBING'
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