The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1950 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 31, 1950
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{Robinson Home, Wesley, Damaged By Serious Fire Wesley _. Fire did consider- ble damage to the Clare Robin- lion home Friday afternoon. The origin of'the fire is unknown, although it was believed that it might have started from defective wiring in an upstairs bedroom. The fire damage was confined lo the two upstairs bedrooms and Iheir contents, which included Nothing of the three sons at home. The fire department an- Iwered the ceil and succeeded in utting oufthe fire before more pannage was done. i To California Joe Eisenbacher left Monday of " week by train for Los Ange- ic, CaL, where he will visit his uster, Jane, and her husband, Ben Faurot. He expects to also risit the Charles Eisenbachers nd Ole Holts at Tacoma, Wash. Birthday Party [ Mrs. Jack Lickteig was honor- at a birthday party at her _"m home on Friday evening, Ian. 27. Guests included her pother, Mrs. Margaret Loebig, Hr. and Mrs. Bill Loebig, Mr. u - 1 Mrs. Alvin Loebig, Mr. and . Everett Ackerson, Mr. and Hrs. Bob McMurray, and Mr. and ps. Evroul Loebig of Algona. Cards were played, followed by delicious lunch. tusbands Turn Out I In spite of the inclement wea- her and icy roads and sidewalks a good-sized crowd attended the husbands' party sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of America, Thursday evening in the Parish hall, and candles were brought out and used the latter part o' 1 the evening when the lights went, out for a time. "500" was played at 13 tables. Mrs. Joe Goetz and Ed Downs won high score prizes, and Mrs. Jim Walker received door prize. Mrs. Weber Hostess Mrs. Nick Weber entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lou Goetz and Nell Frimml were guests. Mrs. Alt Studer will entertain the club women on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 9. Bridge Club Meet* Mrs. Pat nasmussen entertained her Noweego bridge club Tuesday evening, Jan. 24. Mrs. Will Hrubes won high score prize and Mrs. Albert Lickteig, low score prize. Mrs. Kenneth Rasmussen will entertain the club women on Tuesday evening, Feb. 7. Library Plan* Complete The library board met Tuesday afternoon in the Exchange State bank and made plans to re-decorate the rooms over the Root Hardware store. Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Mrs. Joe Hauptman and Mrs. Richard Smith were named to visit neighboring libraries for NOTICE BUS DEPOT Now Located Algona Hotel Phone 262 JEFFERSON LINES ALGONA BUS LINE Information. Anyone wishing to donate books to the library should take them to these rooms, contact Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer, or leave them at any store. buane 1 Siuder Weas Mr. and Mrs. R. fi. Newbrough and Jack Vitzthuni went to St. Paul, Minn., Friday evening to attend the wedding Saturday morning of Duane Studer, only Son of Mr. and Mrs. August Studer, to Jean Chamberlain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Chamberlain of Ladysmith, Wis., former Wesley vicinity residents. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dornbier, Arvin Larson and his friend also went to attend the wedding. Starts For Rome Marguerite Pfeffer of Des Moines spent the past week at the home of her brother. Dr. L. L. Pfeffer, local dentist. She left Tuesday for New York where she will embark on the S. S. Atlantic on the Cardinal Spellman Holy Year Pilgrimage. Sne will return in April on the M. V. Britannica, following the stops at a dozen historical points in aurope. She is well-known in Kossuth county as field, director of the TB association for the past 19 years, and through her efforts the Kossuth Co. TB association was organized in 1938. The Priscilla Phoebe society met at the church parlors on Wednesday, and Mrs. K. W. Lindgren of Britt gave the lesson on "Women of Samaria," in the absence of Mrs. E. M. Paulson who is ill. The Henry and Alvin Swansons, Lester Larsons, Anna and Ethel Flom, Mrs. Guy Diamond, and Mrs. L. Lease attended the Youth for Christ meeting at Forest City, Saturday evening, Jan. 21. They heard a Phillipino Bible student talk on conditions in the Phlllipines. The Richard Smith family visited the Merle Johnsons at Woden, Sunday evening of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinek and Mr. and Mis. Vee Mullin were hosts to both Oddfellow and Rebekahs in a surprise birthday party for Paul Friberg, recently. Cards were played and lunch served to 40 members who presented a purse of money to the honored guest. Mrs. Emil Wester was ill last week and confined to her home. Her daughter, Mrs. Leila Jordan, of De» Moines, who was snow bound, spent the week at her parental' home. Several car loads of men of the Free Evangelical church attended a Union men's meeting at the Britt church Monday evening, Jan. 23. The February meeting will be at the Wesley church. The Catholic Missionary Society meeting was postponed' from Wednesday, Jan. 25, to the next regular meeting date, Wednesday, Feb. 8. Mrs. Lael Root and Mrs. Bill Loebig will serve then. The Catholic Daughters of America will meet that evening. Darrell and Carol Erdman, Iwiri son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman, were ID years old on Tuesday, Jan. 24. Mrs. Ihno Gerdes went to Malcolm Friday foi- a visit at the home of her daughter, Sylvia Ann, now Mrs. Jim Lincoln, and family and to make the acquaintance of the new baby boy at the Lincoln home. He was born Saturday, Jan. 21, and weighed 8% pounds. They also have a daughter, Ellen. The annual meeting of the Farmers Co-operative Elevator Co. will be held in the Legion hall Monday afternoon, Feb. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ryan of Marengo visited Frimml relatives here the forepart of last week. On Monday they visited the Grotto at West Bend. On Tuesday the Ryans drove to Canton, S. D., on business and to visit relatives. Mrs. Jim Walker entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Bill Loebig and Mrs. Larry Youngwirth were guests. Jimmy Walker spent most of last week at the home of his grandparents, 'Mr. end Mrs. J. J. Jaegar, at West Bend. His stay was lengthened several days by icy roads. Edward Hildman, Alfred Erdman, Victor Loebig, Will Frimml and Henry Arndurfer returned home Wednesday afternoon from Des Moines where they had been three days, attending the 46th annual Grain Dealers' convention. They reported very good roads till they came to Renwick, and from there they traveled on the gravel road, which was good. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martinek and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz visited at the Will Mprtinek home Saturday night, Jan. 21. Mrs. Luke Youngwirth and Mrs. Larry Youngwirth will be hostesses to the American Legion Auxiliary Thursday night, Feb. 2. ARROW WHITE SHIRTS ... for your VALENTINE!!! m what could be nicer than a shirt by ARROW? -and may we add-"VAUN,TIES?" and to top it all ... a crisp Kerchief in white or colors. Your Valentine purchases will be attractively boxed and wrapped by ZENDER'S Men's Wear Mrs. John Voss Jr., homes w*re Mr. and Mrs. James Abbott and two daughters of Des MoineS. Mrs. Abbott is the granddaughter of the W. B. Murrays and a niece of Mrs. Voss. Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe returned to her home Monday from Rock Creek, Minn. She h'ad spent three weeks there, assisting in coring for her sister, Mrs. Phil Dickey, who suffered a stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Genard Towns of Manson visited at the parental Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal home the first of the week, en route to their home from a business trip to Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Cassio Klocko and Margaret attended last funeral rites for ,Mrs. Hie Weise at Pocahontas last Sunday. Mrs. Weise was Mrs, Klocko's aunt. LUVERNE NEWS Mrs. Mabel Thompson went to Mason City Thursday, where she, will visit until March 1 at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson, and daughter. Earl Barton returned to his home Tuesday from Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, where the week before he'underwent an appen-., dectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller have been . employed on the James Yungclas farm, northeast of Renwick, since the first of the year. . Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe attended the funeral of their cou- fin. John Statin, held in West Send, Thursday. , " Recent visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Murray and Mr. and Guess Who? To. the first reOder who phones 1100 with the correct guesc on Hi* identity of above person, yeur choice of free brake adjustment or free grease job will be awarded at R&C MOTORS Dod0« * Nebraska Packard Dealers OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT • CONVENIENT • NO EXTRA CHARGE • CARRY NO MONEY • ALWAYS AVAILABLE SAVE FUEL- GET MORE HEAT with CIRCULATEAIR Do you have rooms in your home that are not properly heated? Is your air sluggish? Like stagnant water? Circulateair can be installed on any gravity type furnace in three hours. Let us tell you more about it. Sigsbee Plumbing & Heating Phone 1070 4-5 Tuesday' January 31, 1950 Algona Upper Des Moines-7 202 FLOCKS AVERAGE 212 EGGS / per Hen Housed IOWA STATI CHAMflONS Mr. * Mn. Id, v«l.. ThMr fleck of 219 H •v*rag«d 170.7 *n> ftt Mr* Hy-Unet Offer Extra Profit Opportunities Results of this Contest show (hit Hy-Lines offer extra profit opportunities. Figure fh«t your poultry rofits would have what your poultry profits would have been last year if your flock had averaged over 200 egfi for every bird you housed in the fall. Congratulations to these farm poultry In the 1948-49 Hy-Line Farm Flock Laying Contest, 202 flockowncrs in 11 states kept daily records on more than 51,000 Hy-Lina pullets. Final tabulations for all completed notarized records reveal that their flocks averaged 212 eggs pet bird housed. National winners are: Mrs. Howard Lytnan. Maroa, Illinois. Her 234 Hy-Lines averaged 283.5 eggs per bird for twelve months. William O'Malley. 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