The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1950 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 21, 1950
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4-AlBona ttppw Des Matnw Tuwday, February 2t, 1950 PALLADIUM Mason City, Iowa DANCE Saturday, Feb. 25 SCANDINAVIAN Accordion Band Adm. 7?c tax inel. DANCE Monday, Feb. 27 In Person to entertain you TEXAS JIM ROBERTSON • Star of Republic Pictures • R.C.A. Recording Artist Dance Musit By HAPPY JAKE and His Cowboys Geo.HanigsOi Wesley Wed 36 Years, Feb. 17 Weftle* — Mr. and Mrs. George Hanig observed their 36th wedding anniversary on Friday, Feb. 17. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hanig, Irene, Francis and Eugene went to the home of their daughter,. Velma, now Mrs. Jack Nelson, at Story City, whose birthday was on Friday. Other guests at the double celebration Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hanig and child ol Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hepperly and children of Britt. For the BEST in Home- Cooked Meals Enjoy a Sunday Dinner at Ma Fisher's Cigarettes — Candy Ice Cream Beer — Lunches No Indian, Just Clapsad die H. D. Clapsaddle, local oil man, was seen in these parts yesterday and was almost mistaken for an Indian. • He had just returned from St. Petersburg, Florida, where he and Virg Smith enjoyed a week's fishing. . .. "I beat the out of Virg at fishm' every day" and H. D' The fishing was glorious. One day I alone, myself, caught over 300 pounds of groupers not to mention three whales. I caught a grouper that weighed 22 pounds. And that's awful big for a grouper. "Biggest fish I caught outside of the three whales (they were small whales) was a whopper of a copua. It weighed 46 pounds. "But best of all I liked the groupers. Groupers are very easy to catch." The reporter left at this point! u •AAyto%M Zephyr-lighl roller, puncluoted with saucy leather "slick-up." »5 ELITE SHOP Bums in gride* '* nesHc and catalytic feel oik. Approred bj Underwriter's Laboratories. FUEL SAVINGS e Comfort ••ty Operation P. R. IRONS Phone 523-W GREEN COLONIAL FOR 'HOMES OF ALL SIZES ~AND- ALL KINDS OF FUEL Here's how to save up to '400 BUY A TRACTOR FOR ONLY $1350.00 The Ford Tractor Sells from $300.00 to $400.00 less than other 2-plow tractors equipped with hydraulic controls, fenders, and electric starting. Valentine Party The C.D.A. valentine party Tuesday evening was well attended. Several contests were held with Mrs. Herman Studer and Bernadine Johnson as two of the winners. Hearts was then played. Mrs. George Hirner won high score prize and Mrs. Albert Neuroth low score prize. The C.D.A. will not meet during Lent. The Catholic Missionary Society will not meet again till after Easter. Hostess To Club Mrs. Vee Mullin entertained her "500" club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Nick Weber won high score prize, Mrs. Oliver Young, low score prize and Mrs. Alf Studer and Mrs. Urban Neurath travel prizes. The women will meet with Mrs. Nick Weber after Easter. Guests At Haverlys Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lang and children of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hauptman and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Evroul Loebig of Algona were guests at the parental J. L. Haverly home qn Sunday, Feb. 12. Weds Feb. 18ih Relatives here received word of the marriage of Raymond Hildman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hildman of Clear Lake,, on Saturday, Feb. 18 at Mason City. The Hildman family are former Wesley vicinity residents. Raymond is nephew of the Julius Matzs and ed, Matt, Tony and the late George Hildman. inquiry about many of the older folks of Wesley and still seemed much interested in her former friends. Mrs. Rose Pfeffer of Corwith is visiting at the home of her nephew, Dr. L. L. Pfeffer. She is recuperating from a back injury. Post-Nuptial Shower Mrs. Duane Studer, the former Jean Chamberlain, was honored at a post-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon, Feb. 19, in the I.O.O.F. hall. Cards were played, and a delicious lunch served by the hostesses, Mrs. Ronnie Newbrough and Mrs. Charles Nygaard. The new bride received lovely gifts for their new home, the former Mrs. Margaret Benton home. Heard On Radio Many Wesleyans heard Carmen Silbaugh on the "People Are Funny" radio program Tuesday evening, Feb. 14. Carmen is the youngest daughter of the Jim Silbaughs of Long Beach, Cal., and the family moved from here about eight years ago. He was the blacksmith here. Carmen is I about 15 years and was the re- ipient of a cash prize on the rogram. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorf- r and children were guests at he Gene Hood home in Algonr n Sunday, Feb. 12. Mrs. Bertha Hauptly observed er 83rd birthday Saturday, Feb. 8. She is much improved from er recent illness. Mrs. Behrends f Britt is her housekeeper. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Youngwirth ntertained at a 6:30 dinner 'uesday, Feb. 14, in honor oi tie birthdays of her father, Tom •"orburger, and her sister, Mrs. oe Krieps. Guests were Mr. and ,lrs. Tom Forburger, Kenneth nd Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crieps, Joan and Jerry, and Mr. md Mrs. Al Erpelding and fam- ly. Tom Forburger, Larry Young- with, Al Erpelding and Joe Crieps were in Des Moines on justness Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ackerson and her mother, Mrs. Viola Studer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Invest your savings In a DEARBORN MOLDBOARD PLOW . . . Get a brand new outfit ready to go to work right now! Even depth and clean, well-turned furrows assured, with a selection of shares and bottoms to At every soil condition. Can bu attached in one minute. Only $189.00 MUNGER IMPLEMENT COMPANY So. Phillips St., Algona, la. Phone 1025-W August Studer has been confined to his home for 10 days vilh a siege of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain spent several days last week at Rochester, Minn., where he went through the clinic. Mrs. Carl Hansen receiver word recently of the death cJ Mrs. Jennie Harwood, 91, at her home in Evanston, 111. Her husband, Rev. J. H. Harwood, was the Methodist minister here for years, many years ago. Mrs. Harwood is survived by a son, Thomas, and a daughter, Lillian,' both at home. Rev. Harwood died shortly after they left Wesley. Mrs. Harwood had visited the Felt and Hansen homes here several times. Boy Scout Troop No. 73 held a candlelight Court of Honor on Thursday evening in the Legion hall. Al Kresensky of Algona was guest speaker. Two other Algona leaders were present. Four new members received the Tenderfoot pin. They were John Pfeffer, Larry Obrecht, Craig Loebig and Dick Robinson. A 2nd class pin awarded to Roger Doughn. Don Kraus was in charge of the bus- ness meeting, assisted by the Scout leader, Albert Kleinpeter. John Pfeffer played a piano solo. The mothers served lunch to a dozen parents and to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henderson. Plans were discussed for the organization of a Cub Scout troop. The Rebekahs and Oddfellows honored Theodore Johnson at a birthday party in the I.O.O.R'hall Monday night, Feb. 13. He was 74 that day. "500" was played. Curtis Benskin and Mrs. Esther Smith won high score prizes. Clarence Ward received received chair prize. Mr. Johnson's two daughters, Mrs. Hutchinson and Mrs. Harold Price, served the lunch. Mr. Johiison received many birthday gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson mourn the loss of a baby boy, Richard Allen, born Monday, February 13, at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Rev. J. A. Riggs conducted services at the McCullough chapel in Algona and at the grave in the new addition to the Evergreen cemetery here. They have one otner child, Diana, 3, who spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Robinson, at Corwith. Mrs. Robinson is the former Donelle Erdman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman, and was brought home Wednesday. Woman's Club, Burt, Hostesses On Guest Night Buri — In spite of the weather and snow the Woman's club had its Guest Night and 7:30 dinner at the school house Monday evening with 24 members and guests enjoying the evening, A short program followed the dinner. Sheralee Horstman sang two selections. The movie magazine \yas shown. The rest of the evening was spent playing canasta with the following winners: W. W. Boettcher and K. J. Smith, with Fran Nealy and Lefie McMullen The next meeting will be Monday, Feb. 27, at Mrs. Rachuts. Engaged To Wed Friends have received the following cards this week: "Mr. and Mrs. Swan Anderson, Willmar, Minn., announce the engagement of their granddaughter, Mary Lauree McDonald, to warren Erickson, both of Temple City, Cal. Mary Lu is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Durwodd McDonald. She is 18 and will be remembered by many school mates. Since the parents' death, Mary Lu and Billy have made their home with friends in California. Plan Card Party The Legion and Auxiliary will give a card party at the hall Wednesday evening, Feb. 22. The public is invited to attend. Charles Officer of Iowa City and Gerald Riedel of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with their parents, the W. B. Officers and L. H. Riedels. •^ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Riedel were supper guests at the Art Riedel home in Algona Sunday evening. Dale Lockwood and Gerald Riedel took Shirley Lockwood and Margaret Officer to Mason City to take the bus on Sunday evening for their school work. Margaret teaches at Eldora and Shirley attends school at Cedar Falls. They had spent the week end with their parents. The Methodist Church Fidelis Class will meet Wednesday, Feb. 22 with Mrs. J. L. Miller and Mrs. G. H. McMullen hostesses. Laymen's Service M.Y.F. Hoar 7:30 p.m. Presbyter!** ChuWh Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, Feb. 26 10 s. m. Mornhig Worship Sermon,; Following Jesus' 11 a. rii. Sunday School The Band Mothers and the "Gloom Chasers" will give another "Noveitime" program at the Legion hajf Friday. April 15. More about this will be given later. Edna Main left Friday morning for Orange City, where she will spend a week with her daughter's children while Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Bloomendahl are attending a dental convention in Minneapolis The Gay Nine club met with Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf Tuesday afternoon of last week. The hostess served a 1:30 luncheon and the afternoon was spent playing bridge. The following are members: Esther Bahling, Elva Boet tcher, Elsie Dugan, Bertha El vidge, Vera Ringsdorf, Lydia Schwietert, Ceclia Scott, Grace Trenary, and Ella Sigsbee. The Busy Bee club was to have met with Mrs. Ivan Long o» Fri day, Feb. 24, but this meeting ha* been cancelled. The next meeting will be with Mr. and MM. Leonard Dirrmer Friday evening, March 10, with the husbands as guests. Some 18 members attended the U and I circle meeting at Hazel Larsons Valentines day. Mrs. Ed Junkermeier is a new member as she joined that day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward visited Luther Miller at a Ft Dodge hospital Sunday of last week, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lockwood called on him on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miller of Titonka brought Mr. Miller from the hospital on Friday. Several of the neighBor women met at the home of Mrs. Harold Angus on Wednesday evening. The World Friendship girls met with Mrs. Hulda Handy last Saturday. Mrs. Jennie Riebhoff took charge of the meeting in place of Elsie Lockwood who is their Counsellor. Next meeting in Vlarch will be with Maxine Batt. Lydia Manus gave a Valentine party for her Sunday School class at her home Sunday afternoon. Roberta Hamilton, who spent the weekend with her grandparents the Clark Coffins, has been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. Wm. F. Batt, with. Mrs. Kenneth Bolie and Mrs. John Simpson -of Algona and Mrs. Dwight Potter of Fenton, Birthday circle will tneet Witft Mrs. Bettfea Wallace at Mrs. Patersons on Thursday afternoon ;his week. „ , . «* Sewing Circle will meet at Mrs. Lottie Graham's with Rose I1M as h6stess. Missionary Maidens will maet with Audrey Curtis on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 26. Mrs. Officer is the leadee. Mrs. Lefie Mcdullsn will ha»e Fortnightly club at her home oA Friday, March 3, itastead of. Feb. L, A. TlOOISy bftUG$ 5 East State St. Algona, Iowa Adult Fellowship Feb. 23. The adults Thursday. and older people will meet for supper and an evening of fellowship. The country group will entertain the town folks. Supper at 6:30 p. m., followed by program and fellowship. World Day of Prayer Friday. Feb. 24. will be recognized by a union service sponsored by the W.S.C.S. of, the : . Methodist church and the Women's Council of the Presbyterian church, to be held at 2:30 church. p. IT-., at the Methodist Sunday, Feb. 28 Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Farewell Sermon Fenion. — Rev. A. F. Rehder, pastor of the St. Luke's Luthuran ihurch at Fairville, preached] his farewell sermon Sunday, FebM2. A pot luck farewell dinner was served at noon. Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Rehder and family moved to Kinerim, la. Mrs. Violet V/alker, Merlin and Minnie Winter were supper guests at the Robert Walker home near Whittemore last week Friday evening. OCAMOHN MOTORS CORPORATION ASK FOR A FREE DEMONSTRATION ituder of Algona to Worthington, United States. Minn., Sunday, Feb. 12, where hey visited Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch and family. Bill Ryan and Robert Oppe- dahi visited the former's family in Boone Sunday, Feb. 12 Bernadette Bauer spent the weekend at the George Wc-llik borne in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes and Wilma visited the George Welliks at Whittemore Thursday evening. Mr. arid Mrs. R. C. Bauer entertained Father L. N. Klein, Mr and Mrs. Lou Goetz, Mr. and Mrs Will Hrubes and Miss Katherine Williams at a canasta party Sunday evening of last wtek. Dr. L. L. Pfeffer drove to New Hampton Monday myht to meet Dr. Daniel Hupu uf Baltimore, Md., who visited here till Wednesday. The two men served in the 46th Armoured Division in the European Theater of War. Dr. Hope is to move to West Union, la., where he will head a new hospital and clinic. Bernice Johnson, who is employed in Algona, spent the week end at Des Moines visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Van Cleve. The women are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Studer of Corwith visited his grandmother, Mrs. Susan. Lease Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraufa and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Krauj> of Keister, Minn., and Mr. aiu Mrs. Will Ketchen of Emmets burg were guests at the Doi Kraus home on Sunday of las week. Carol Erdman, who is tele yhoue operator at Altjona, spen the Feb. 12 weekend with he brother, Lowell, al Ames. They are daughter and sou of Mr. anc Mrs. Paul Erdman. Mrs. Eiuil Waster recently re ceived a letter from Mrs. Charie Guy of Detroit, Mich. Sim aoc her husband operated the hole and a cafe here many years ago Thisy iu& 8U a,ad 7a y^tta ukl u£ course, retired now. She mad Treason is the only crime defined in the Constitution of the PHONE 229 PLANTATION BALL ROOM Friday, Feb. 24 VIKINGS Sunday, Feb. 26 AL MENKE No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:00 PLANTATION BALLROOM H. t. PETTIT WHITTEMORE, IOWA tea faux* 4*9 * See Page 6, Sec. 3 OUTPULLS OTHER LEADING BRANDS! tie *&* B. F. 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