The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1950 · Page 15
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Lakofa Couple Wed « Years On February 15 T iN.i,~ On Feb - 15, 1905, Lily Fmdlay and Jay A. Bareer in e F e t m n ar V ed at , the * ride>s home dav tv?° f»i and Iast week Sun - ™rl'», . j 45th ann >versary was grated with a family dinner at the home of a daughter, Ber- Krnin an * f r m i, ly ' the Edward 5l ™ n a *. . Led y ard - Other children attending were a daughter, Pr/« ' 2, nd . famil y- the Walter £ "Ses. Rochester, Minn.; a daughter Helen and family, the cnn" £ VCret £ Stuart - Ia -: ">d a son ^Cenneth Bargar of Sioux niJ ; i. an £ the J dat| g ht er, Florence, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Connie Roelfsema of Paton, la., got as far at Ft. Dodge, but turned back on account of icy roads. The guest table was decorated with red and white hearts and a large poted tulip plant full of blossoms, used as a centerpiece which, with a 58-inch length floor mirror was presented to the honorees. At Wedding Reception Mr. and Mrs. Orville Koppen, Lakota, and Louis Hansen and son, Stanley, of Titonka attended a wedding reception for a cousin of Mrs. Koppen, Shirley Paulson, and Roger Raines at Albert Lea Calvary Baptist church parlors Saturday evening. The young people were married that morning at 7 o'clock at the Baptist parsonage. Hostess To W.S.C.S. Mrs. Emma Smith entertained the Methodist W.S.C.S. last week Wednesday, but on account of poor road conditions and drifted snow in the farm yard, the meeting was held at the J. H. War- burtons in Lakota instead of at the Frank Lewis farm home. A good sized group was present for the business at which the vice president, Mrs. John Cook, presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Emory Smith. Mrs. Harry Mussman had charge of devotions and the lesson on Women of the Bible. Mrs. Elles Ulland, spiritual life chairman, held a short .prayer service. Several guests were present. Seriously 111 Mrs. Henrietta Aaldreks, who has been with her daughter and husband, the Alvin Duenholds, for, several weeks, is seriously ill in an Algona hospital. The Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Buschmann visited her there last week Wednesday evening. Plans For Prayer Day World Day of Prayer will be observed at the First Presbyterian church at 2:30 Friday, Feb. 24. The Rev. Elles Ulland, pastor of the Methodist church, will be guest speaker and the theme is Faith for out' Time. Trip To Des Moines Jay A. Bargar left Thursday for Des Moines on a business mission of several days. Mrs. Bargar visited a daughter and family, the Edward Knoners, in Ledyard dur- PART Of A RADIO A.CONDENSJR. 0. AN TENN A C.MANTIJJA 0. CATHODE THAT T4US l> CAULED A A. ETON "7* B.BOUSBO< ,^,«. FORM OF EStfJMO A... C. KETC« 0. SLOOP Tin-re's no doubt uliout wlioro (o get Hie best lumber, roofing, flooring, builders' hanhvun- or insulation in town, it's the READY-MIX CONCRETE & SITI'LY CO. And wo dont' doubt the answer to the above quiz . . . It's Antenna, Jerkin and Kayak. READY-MIX CONCRETE „= AND 'SUPPLY COMPANY-^ 202 NORTH LANTRY PHONC ONE-SIX-SIX • FOB 'READY-MIX" ALGONA IOWA ing his absence. To Father's Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clabaugh drove to Renwick last week Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Clabaugh's father, Fred HelnVich, Who passed away Friday, Feb. 10, at the age of 72 years. Interment was at Ceylon," Minn. Bake 20 Dpz. Cookies A committee of the Junior Auxiliary met Monday evening, Feb. 13 and baked 20 dozen cookies to be used as valentines at the Veterans hospital in Knoxville and the State mental hospital at Cherokee. Presbyterian Circles The Presbyterian circles met Thursday with the Miriam Circle with Mrs. I. E. Wortmas and Mrs. Frank Dontji as hostesses. The theme of this circle is "This is our Father's World." Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop had charge of devotions; Mrs. I. E. Wortman gave the program introductions; Mrs. W. E. Ley gave a talk on Wells and Springs of the Bible; Mrs. T. C. Schaper gave the lesson from the Prophet Amos. About 20 women were present. The Esther Circle met witji Mrs. Guy Beemer. Mrs. Jerry Heetland had charge of devotions, stressing the flowers of the Bible; group singing; introduction of the Bible study; Mrs. Buschman, poem; "Food for Thought," Mrs. Rachael Kientz. The Mesdames C. C. Gerzema, C. A. Gutknecht, J. E. Ukena and Jerry Heetland and Miss Emma Gutknecht went to Estherville Tuesday night to attend a service honoring the Moderator of the General Assembly. of the Presbyterian church, Dr. Clifford Barbour of Knoxville, Tenn. The meeting was held in the First Presbyterian church. The Ledyard-Lincoln townships held their monthly meeting at the George Ennens last week Wednesday evening with a fair crowd present considering the bad roads. The meeting was opened with grourj singing; Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht sang, "Smiling Through" and "God's -Love"; George Ennen read "The Agricultural Outlook" and discussion followed: George also played several numbers on his accordian. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schwartz of Elk River, Minn., were week end visitors with Mrs. Schwartz, nee Helen Potlftoff's parents. WE'D MELT THE POLE IF WE WERE THERE OUR COAL GIVES HEAT BEYOND COMPARE Keep the North Pole'i weather away from your home by tiling our coal I Its CONCENTRATED boat will keep your home SAFE from Cold! /Wr/vMAUDAINS COAL CO. ALGWASfc£/£XCtUStVf COAL DtALl Sanders-Jenson Farm Sale Had A Good Crowd Swea & Eagle — The William Sanders and P. H. Jenson farm sale Thursday, Feb. 16, was well attended. The Sanders live on the Jenson farm and have farmed in partnership. Mr. Sanders' health has made it impossible to continue farming. He bought a small acreage and home in Swea township and will move onto it the latter part of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson had some young folks and other relatives in for supper Thursday evening in honor of their grandson, Duane Fetter's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Larson had a number of relatives in Wednesday evening in honor of their son, Duane's second birthday. Guests were Harry Tish's, Marion Tishl's, Henry Dontji's, Lawrence Tish's, Blue Earth, Minn.; Emil Larson's, Francis Torine's and Walter Peterson's. Mr. and Mrs. Al Pearson have made several trips the past week to visit their son-in-law, Ward Lane, who underwent surgery at Holy Family hospital' at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pehrson and their children, Marita and John, of Indianola, were recent visitors here at the home of his mother and brother, Mrs. Nada Pehrson and Vernon Pehrsons. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Tish and children returned home Tuesday after a few days' visit at the home of an aunt and uncle, Hugh Butts, in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Newlin are parents of a son born Thursday, Feb. 9, at a Fairmont, Minn., hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kluger left Thursday for Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Kluger will have an examination at Mayo clinic. Art Peterson lift Thursday to enter a sanitarium at Worthington, Minn. The Peterson family farmed for many years. His farm is now tenanted by Dewey Cochran. Petersons now live in town. His many friends wish him a speedy recovery. More Unemployed In Jan. Than In Previous 6 Months More people in Kossuth county applied for unemployment compensation during January than during the preceding six months, according to Jim Mathews, office manager of the Employment Security Agency. In January, 469 applications were filed, while 370 were filed from July through December of last year. Part of this can be attributed to a, seasonal lay-off but only 151 applications were made in January of 1949. Checks range in amount from $5 up to the maximum of $22.50. The amount varies with the applicants previous earnings. Mr. and Mrs. R^-nard McFarland and children of Spencer an- living with Mr. and Mrs. Warner Johnson. Mr. McFarland is a brother of Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. William Blair of Superior, Wis., are spending some of their honeymoon at the parental Mr. and Mrs, Frank Gronbach home. RUBBER STAMPS — ALL kinds, all sizes—made to order At the ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, in «he NEW newspaper building, HI E. Call St. 5tf Host of the highways refresh at the familiar red cooler on the road to anywhere dsk for it either way .., both trade-marks mean the fame thing. MINERAL SPRINGS BOTTLING COMPANY-HUMBOLDT, IOWA 1930, 1h« Coia Cola Company Breaks Hip In Fall, Thursday, At St. Benedict St. Benedict — Mrs. Mary Studer, aged mother of Mrs. Mary McKenna and Mrs. Ben Dorr, had (lie misfortune to fall Thursday morning, breaking her hip. She had been staying with her daughters for some time and at the present time had been with Mrs. McKenna. Her many friends hope for her satisfactory recov- erv. Attend Wesley Shower Many friends and relatives from here attended the shower at Wesley, Sunday, for Miss Ruth Hauptmann, who \yas married on Wednesday morning to Virgil Kunkle. Art Rosonmryer has been making several trips to Hurt having his teeth pulled. They had been giving him considerable trouble. Mrs. Domonic Brookser spent a few days last week with her mother, Mrs. Mary Studer, and sisters, Mrs. Mary McKenna and Mrs. Ben Dorr. Mrs. Vornon Daley, accompanied by Mrs. Sim Hirner, attended Royal Neighbor lodge in Corwith Thursday evening. Mr. Daley and Mr. Hirner visited in Corwith the same evening. Mrs. Fred Erickson and Miss Mar.jorie Lichteig of Wesley were in Forest City, Saturday attending classes at Waldorf college. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson were in Mason City, Thursday evening. Eugene and Frank Erickson accompanied them and visited with Mr. and Mrs. KeitH Halsrud. Tuesday, February 2T, 1950 Algona Upper Des Moines—3 Four Corners Man Has An Operation Four Corners — George Lee underwent an operation for hernia at St. Ann hospital, Algona, last week Tuesday. He slipped and fell on the tractor some time ago and had been getting steadily worse. George Rich is taking care of the farm chores while George is laid up. Valeniino Parly Teacher Mary Frascr and pupils of Unior. District No. 7 enjoyed a valentine exchange and party at the school house last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Twiehaus and Laura Hnag of Illinois spent a Mrs. Nickerson. A week ago Sun- few days last week with Mrs. Ida Nickerson. Bill is a brother of day dinner guests at Mrs. Nick- crsons included the Art Alexanders and Lewis Lowmans. Also the Illinois guests. They were all at the Art Alexanders for supper except the Lowmans. Charles Elmore and Merlin Walker spent the latter part of the \veok before last with cousins of Merlins at Rice and Sauk Rapids, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Walker entertained at 6:30 dinner last week Wednesday in honor of Merlin Walker who was celebrating bin 21st birthday. Guasts jrtcluded Merlin, and Minnie Winter o£ Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Barr, Fen ton: Inez and Bob Lensing, Bancroft: Loren Bell, Charles Elmore and Ralph Tavlor. ' Well, I finally got a It'f enough work just to sit at the phone and comb the town for help. But wj^it if you had to make a door to door canvass! So you can thank the telephone for many steps saved. And what do you pay in dollars and cents for those saved steps—performed by your able servant, the telephone? Xour ' telephone is worth more' than it costs •, It Isn't enough to say "let's >end so many million dollars for im- rovements"—we have to know where lie money's coming from. That gets us iack to your monthly bill for service, f the amount you pay is enough to over operating expenses and still leavo i little over, investors will see that we '.re operating efficiently and earning noney. Only then will they furnish the unds we need to meet costs of improve- nents and expansion. That's how the mall profit we make on supplying ervice enables us to grow. 10RTHWESTIRN Bill TELEPHONE COMPANY >rvt»a Uw«, MtaMMta, ttotratlw, Net* Dakota an* **v* Dakota f Algona, Iowa February 21, 1950 To OUR Many Farm Friends who attended the I-H show here recently: We sincerely want to thank our many farm friends who attended our free International Harvester Show held recently. It was a pleasure having all of you out here and we want to thank each and every one of you personally for attending. It's really gratifying to receive such enthusiastic response from the wonderful people in this area. We're glad, too, that you liked the show—and we expect you'll like next year's even more! Sincerely yours, WALT and DEB HALL Algona Implement Company International Harvester Parts, Sales & Service

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