The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1950 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1950
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t—Algono Upper De» Moines Tuesday, March 7, 1950 Wesley Sets Date For Annual Amateur Show Wesley — The American Legion Auxiliary held its regular meeting Thursday evening. Mrs. R. C. Bauer and Mrs. Viola Studer, the latter substituting for her daughter. Mrs. kerson, served. Everett Ac- Plans for the annual amateur program were discussed. Mrs. Urban Neuroth, president, appointed Mrs. Viola Studer as chairman of the program. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer and Mrs. Ed Downs have charge of the opening number. The evening's entertainment will be presented Friday evening, April 14, in the high school auditorium. Anyone wishjng to enter the amateur contest should contact Mrs. Neuroth, Mrs. Studer, or any other Auxiliary member. The Auxiliary has charge of the Red Cross drive this year, and a group of members will canvass the town this week. Mrs. Neuroth announced that there is to be a county auxiliary meeting at Algona, Tuesday, March 7. Mrs. L. L. Lease gave a report on the progress of the new library project. The rooms above the Root Hardware store have been painted, the floors sanded, and book shelves installed. A number of books have been donated and many more are nep-'ed. She announced the li- r.ary board decided to sell hot lunches at the west end sale barn on Tuesday, March 21, and also to hold a white elephant sale, the proceeds to go to the library fund. Anything that is donated for this purpose will be greatly appreciated. The library board met at the Joe Hauptman home Wednesday afternoon to plan for the lunch to be served. The next regular meeting will be Thursday evening, March 30. A Farewell Party Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson and her father, Theo Johnson, were honored at a farewell party Saturday evening at the Charles Price home by a group of friends and relatives. They were presented a purse of money as a farewell gift. They moved to a farm northeast of Garner, Monday. Following the Rebekah meeting Friday evening, they were presented a farewell gift. New Wesley Residents Several new families have moved to Wesley recently. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hanson moved from the Titonka vicinity into the Joe Miller house in the north part of town. They have three children, Elaine, 12, who will enter the seventh Grade in the public school, Esther, 9, fourth grader, and Eldon, 4. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham moved into the Tony Hildman house from Fairmont, Minn. They have two sons, Dennis 5%, and Kenneth, 18 months. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jasperson rented the Will Ryan home and moved in last week. They have five children. Marilyn 12, a seventh grader in the public school; Sharon, who is employed in the L. A. Winkel law office in Algona; Wayne, a student at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake, and two daughters, married. They are Joyce, now Mrs. Philip Oftedahl, and Virginia, now Mrs. Leon Ites, both of Buffalo Center. now an Electrolux salesman. Mrs Wagner is the former Florence Olson, and they have three smal daughters, Gloria Ann, Karon K. and Janelle Mary. At Stale Tournament Mrs. Charles Mullin, in the public school, and 10 girls attended the state basketball tournament in Des Moines several days last week. The girls were Joan Seiler, Joan Hilbert, Betty Koppen, Marlene Bauer, Marilyn Price, Rita Carman, Madonna Froehlich, Marjorie Bleich, Joan Goetz and Lois Goetz. Mr. and Mrs. moved recently Oscar from Wagner Bolivar, Mo., and are staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olson, until living quarters can be found in Mason City where he is At Haverly Rites Out-of-town relatives who attended the funeral of Mrs. (Clara) Jack Haverly Monday morning were her three sisters, Mrs. Ethel Putney of Canon City, Colo.; Mrs. Merle Ferguson of Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Will Becker and her husband of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Art Haverly and their son-in- aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walden Lankey, all of Bloomer, Vis.; Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kuper and two daughters, Shirley and jois, of Alexandria; Mr. and Mrs. Cd Cink of Woden; Mrs. Ernest 3erdes of Woden; Mrs. George Celch of Kanawha. Many former Wesleyans attended the funeral or called at the Haverly home the day before. Mrs. Haverly became ill on Thursday afternoon in the Krnus store, was taken by ambulance to St. Ann hospital at Algona where she died at 2 a. m. on Friday, Feb. 24 of a cerebral hemorrhage. She was born at Wesley to Jacob and Matilda Johnson on March 27, 1896, and had spent her entire life here. She is survived by her husband, four daughters, and one son. At Foertsch Funeral Out-of-town relatives who attended the funeral of George F. Foertsch here on Saturday, Feb. 25, included the Matt Kellner family of Stewardville, Minn.; George L. Foertsch of Grand Meaaow. Minn.; the Frank Grant family of St. Joe; the Ferman Rickes of Woden; Mary fivelyn Klein of Livermore; the 3&h Thuentes of Algona; Henry. Joe and William Uhlerihake "of Ofe siari; the Charles Uhlenhakes of Garner; Will, Herman, and So phia Uhlenhake of Danbufy, la teacher John Rothorab of Fon du Lac Wis;. Mrs. Martha Spiker, Mr and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Spileer, all of Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Las- sohn of Crystal Lake; Mrs. Anne Hillenga, Mr. and Mrs, Mathew Blatt of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Zweifel of Titonka. The deceased' died peacefully n his sleep at St. Ann hospital at Algona on Wednesday, Feb. 22, where he had been taken that morning. He was bbrn to Mr. and Mrs. Inglebret Foertsch at Audu- >on, la.: April 8, 1887, and came ';o the Wesley farm at the age of :even. He had lived there since. 25th Anniveriary Mr. and Mrs. Orville Smith ob- erved their 25th wedding anniversary on Tuesday, Feb. 28. uests were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ren Smith of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith of Garner, the James and Harold Kuckenreuth- ers of Algona, and the John Richters and John Paulsons. • Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Theron Hansen helped the Lee Stevens family move recently from the farm near Sexton to a home they bought in Algona. He drives the Algona school bus and during the summer months he will* be employed at the Methodist camp at Lake Okoboji. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs went to Estherville, Sunday, Feb. 26. where he conducted the funeral of Rex Noe of Nashville, formerly of Estherville, and a member of his congregation. He was a great- grandson of Mrs. Esther Rideley, for whom the town was named. Mrs. Vincent Daughn was brought home Thursday from the Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had surgery. Mr." and Mrs. Fred Seefelt returned home last week from an extended trip through the southwest. They visited friends-at San Diego, Cal., Tucson, Ariz., El Paso, Texas, and saw many places of historical interest. The Prairie Neighbors met with Mrs. Mike Arndorfer, Feb. 21, with Mr,s. George Roeder as assistant. Mrs. August Studer gave a demonstration oh figurine painting and creation of pictures from drapery material cutouts. Mrs. Herman Studer had the lesson on Holland. Joe Eisenbacher returned home 1 on Saturday, Feb. 25, from a i *ive-week visit with relatives on :he west coast. The W.S.C.S. met with Mrs. Clarence Ward Wednesday, Mar. . Thirty-two were present. A >re-Easter bake sale was planned. A display of articles made by he K.Y.N. Circle for mission chool was shown. It consisted of lothes and bedding. The women presented Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson farewell gift. A working and erving project for the bazaar was started, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmitz anc Ardis and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schmitz and son of Clear Lake were guests at the Will Maftinek home Sunday, Feb. 26, to help the latter couple celebrate their 31st wedding anniversary^ Mrs. Otto Schmitz is a sister of Mr. Martinek. Heinans Heinans of of Algona; Bernard Kanawha; LeRoy CALL THEATRE REDUCE WITHOUT DIETING Simply eat this delicious Vitamin and Mineral Candy called AYDS, before meals as directed. AYDS check your appetite—you automatically eat less—lose weight naturally. Absolutely safe—contain no reducing drugs. Money refunded if you don't lose weight with first box. Month's supply $2.89. , TIGGES DRUG RY CLEANING SERVICES FRIDAY - SATURDAY, MARCH 10-11 MKMUvs-wuuiusnnT MMID wooes Thank You! Your grand response to the opening of the New Lyle's Shoe Store was marvelous . . . the many floral bouquets received were grand. If you have not been a visitor to our new store vet, do stop in. 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