The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1950 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1950
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February 14, 19SO THIRD SECTION Barbara Friets, 16, Ledyard, Passes Irvington Couple Wed Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Immerfall, who were married January 25th. Mrs. Immerfall is the former Marvel Dole, of Irvington, and Mr. Immerfall formerly was local elevator manager at St. Benedict and holds the same position at Irvington now. Rosella Faber Burt 4-H Host The Burt Bombers 4-H club held its regular meeting Feb. 2, at the home of Rosella Faber. Each member answered roll call by naming their favorite musical instrument. James Coady Jr, read some material on tractor maintenance. Duane Habeger was chosen 'to represent the club at the county plowing match. After the meeting, games were played, and a lovely lunch was served by the hostess. V.F.W. Bean Dinner Renewal of the famous Bake Bean Dinner will occur-Wednesday, Feb. 15, when the V.F.W. Auxiliary will offer an attractive menu, starting at 5 p. m. and continuing for two hours in the new V.F.W. building here. In addition to the beans, the menu includes brown bread, cole slaw, home made cherry pie and coffee. Mrs. Charles Rqgexn&ke and Mrs. Ered Plumb are co-chairmen of the serving committee. Lloyd's of London writes all forms of insurance exept life insurance. Lukemia Fatal To Junior Girl On Thursday Ledyard — This community was saddened on Thursday to learn of the death of Marjorie Friets, the 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Friets, who live south of town. Marjorie was a junior in high scnooi here. She had an appendectomy in December and early in January, was taken to Mercy hospital in Mason City where it was found she had lukemia. All that could be done was done for her, but to no avail, and she passed away Thursday. Feb. 9. Funeral services were Saturday in the Baptist church in Bancroft. She leaves to mourn her early departure, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Friets, one sister, Karen, and two brothers, Robert and • Richard, besides a host of friends and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Behse of Stahl, Mo., came Thursday to visit several days at the Wm. Stubbe home. On Monday evening the Junior high basketball teams went to Burt and played the Junior high teams there and won both games. The girls' score was 29 to 17, and the boys' score was 22 to 8. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knover, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tenema, Mrs. August Luther and Bobby, Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Mrs. B. B. Gilbertson, Barbara Mayer, Wayne and Billy Jorgenson, Gerald Manthe and Marcial Bartoli attended the games. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Boettcher and Carol and Jirnmie left early this week for a trip to Arizona before moving to their new home in Minnesota. The Rev. Father Maynard went to Mankato on Monday to visit John Mousel, who is ill in the hospital there. On Monday afternoon the Birthday club met at the home of Mrs. Chester Jonnson to help her celebrate her birthday. The afternoon was spent socially and a delicious lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter went to Minneapolis Friday on business. The high school basketball team* .went, to Armstrong Tuesday evening and were defeated in both games. The game with Swea City, which was scheduled for Friday. Feb. 17, has been moved forward to Thursday evening because the ? ^4 &lr» '- t .-'ttf.^W-^LvS-f •*• '.} > Jfj v -. Standard's answer to winter's cold! And what an answer it is—a new and better White Crown Gasoline packed to the limit with fast-starting molecules that were aaved all last rammer in huge refrigerated tank* to bring you faster starting thia winter. Here's why we soy 1950 White Crown is the Bd; winter gas you can buy/ Not just a so-called "stepped-up" gasoline ... but a new-formula (*•.:; made to give you more reliable winter operation than you've ever known before. That's the White Crown your Standard Oil Dealer u awing up today! It gives you: Qfl6''56COflCl StUPliny ' y ou >ii {<& confident your engine will atari start surely . . . start with a rush! And you'll alao get ... l9$t6P W4Hifl~y Y&, \$% faster than the premium gaso- lines in general use last winter. So you start and get going without a lot of sputtering, stalling and battery strain. And your engine gives you all the knock-free power it can possibly deliver. Get the "feel" of this new and better OTAMDAJUD wan* CSOWM G line— today! -at your neighborhood Standard Oil Dealer's I Standard Oil Products Storm & Hopkins Super Service Phone 132 State and Jona» Ledyard Town and Country quiz will be broadcast from WHO on Friday evening at 7:30 and the community wished to be able to hear it. The W.S.C.S. met at the church Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Cecil Pingel and Mrs. Edward Looft as hostesses. P'ians were to serve the Forest City Brotherhood on Monday, Feb. 20. A fine chicken dinner will be served at 7 o'clock for 75c and tickets will be on sale for local men all next week. Rev. Kingma from Lone Rock will be the speaker and there will be special music. Devotions were led by Mrs. Mayer. Prayer was led by Mrs. H. Herzog.. Mrs. Glenn Burrow sang "The Love of God." Rev. Ulland gave a summary of the book, "Our Faith in God.'" A delicious lunch was served following the program. The next meeting will be Feb. 23 at the home of Mrs. Charles Bashafa, and the program will be in observance of the World Day of Prayer. , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilsoh came from Waterloo, Monday, and on Tuesday took their two sons, who had been with their grandparents, Mr; and Mrs. E. T. Halvorson, for'-a week, and left for their new home in Waterloo. Mr. Wilson is opening an office for the practice of optometry. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zielske and Mrs. Laura Niester visited at the Dean Taylor home in Algona on Wednesday. Mrs. Emil Wiese, who makes her home with her daughter and her husband, the Albert Brandts, at Swea City, is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Green, while Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Brandt were away. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Halfpop and Mrs. Hagndarn left Monday for their home in Hubnard, after spending several days at the L. H. Junkermeier home. St. Benedict Has Citizenship Club With Plenty Zip St. Benedict—The seventh and eighth grades of the local school of which Sister Mary Clement is teacher, have a Citizenship club. They formed two teams last week headed by LeRoy Prcuschl and Henry Seiler as captains, for collecting money for the March of Dimes. They campaigned the community three days, resulting in LoRoy's side winning with $8.22, and Henry's collected $7.50. It was agreed the losers would treat the winners. However, they are all to bo commended for their fine work and help in so worthy a cause. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Williams and family left Monday morning for their home a^Elcho, Wis., after a month's visit at Mrs. William's parents, the Sim Hirners. Mrs. William Ajrndorfer and Mrs. Clarence Seimcr of Irvington called on the Isadore Mayers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Stoffel of Algona spent Sunrtay afternoon at tlic A. J. Grandgenett home. Mrs. Caroline Grandgenett spent last Sunday with her son, Joe Grandgenett, near Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rosenmeyer were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Bill West home near Good- ell. The Wests arc* making plans to move March 1 to a place six miles east of their present location. Mrs. George Simons and son, Bob, Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and daughter, Jean, were Saturday shoppers in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Fred Erickson and Miss Marjorie Lichteig of Wesley were in Mason City Monday evening, consulting with instructors ot the Junior college. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cink, with Mr. and Mrs. Art Klein and daughter, Mary Alice, visited at the Joe Cink home in Sexton Thursday, while movies of South Dakota were shown by Mr. and Mrs. John Cink and Mr. and Mrs. George Cink of Parker, S. D., who are visiting relatives here. John and George are nephews of Joe Cink. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Largest stock in Kossuth county. 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