The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1950 · Page 24
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1950
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8-A!gona Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March T4, 1950 Former Wesley Resident Very III In Des Moines Wesley — Mrs. John Youngwirth received a letter last week from Mrs. Will Slalzer, Renwick, saying that their son-in-law, Loren Baumgartner, of the Corv.-ith vicinity was seriously ill in the Veterans hospital, Des Moines. Mrs. Baumgartner, the former Bernice Stalzer, has been with her husband, and their baby girl is at the Stalzer home. The family lived east of Wesley until a few years ago. Clelus and Earl Stalzer farm southeast of Wesley. Elmer, who had farmed with Cletus, is now attending a watchmakers school in Illinois. Hildmans Algona Guests Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman were 6:30 dinner guests at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Robert Kain and family, Wednesday evening, March 8. in honor of Sharon Kain's 17th birthdav. Sharon is a senior in the Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. Kain went to Rochester, Minn., Thursday, where he had a phyiscal checkup. They returned home that night. Measles Epidemic An epidemic of measles is keeping many youngsters in bed lately, and many are not "enjoying" their days out of school. Move To New Homes Mr. and Mrs. Julius Monson have rented the Ernest Hutchinson home in the southwest par of town and have moved in Hutchinsons moved northeast o Garner. Monsons have a srhal daughter, and they had been living with his folks, Mr. and Mrs Albert Monson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Monsons are now living in a small house bought from Mr. and Mrs. Leander Studer, and have it in the parental Albert Monson yard They had been living in the Gabrielson house east of the public school. Visit New Neighbors The John Youngwirths, Luke Youngwirths, Larry Young- wirlhs, Mrs. Nick Krieps, and George spent Wednesday evening with their new neighbors, the Andrew Reisings, who moved March 1 from Breda to the Kent farm, vacated by the Henry Juchem family. The evening was spent at cards and visiting, followed by lunch served by the self-invited guests. A New Arrival A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Bruns, Thursday, March 9, in St. Ann hospital, Algona. This is their first child. C. R. Schoby One Of State Delegates, Dairy Meeting Des Moines, Iowa — Three prominent Iowa dairy leaders will represent this state's 200,000 dairy farmers at the eleventh annual meeting of the American Dairy Association in the Morrison Hotel, Chicago, March 27 and 20, it was announced today by Frank Barker, manager of the Iowa Dairy Industry Commission, Des Moines, Iowa. The Iowa delegates are: C. R. Schoby, Algona, president of the American Dairy Association; Scott Ellis, Dallas Center, president of the Iowa State Dairy Association; Folmer Hansen, Cedar Falls, chairman of the Iowa Dairy Industry Commission. These men were named from the state ADA board of directors to meet with the national ADA governing group in Chicago. The 2-day session opens Mon- day, March 27, when four subcommittees meet to discuss advertising, membership, publicity and research. Several Iowa dairy leaders will attend the Monday evening dairy industry dinner rally. In addition to those already named this delegation includes: Wrn. Baker, Mt. Pleasant; Arnold Pancratz, Dubuque; Willard Torgrim, Decorah; Marvin McLain, Brooklyn; Clyde Core, Pleasantville; L. R. Beath, Corning; Clyde Monson, Gowrie; George Ruth, Onawa; Roy Sours, Des Moines; C. A. Iverson, Ames; C. Y. Cannon, Ames; Leo Benson, manager, State Brand Creameries, Mason City; Clarence Nielsen, Independence; and E. S. Estel, secretary-treasurer, Iowa State Dairy Association, Waterloo. Wr. Bruns is the local Watkins representative, and they moved .o the west end of Wesley in their railer house in November. The first of February they moved heir trailer house to Mrs. Eunice kelson's yard. The Dick Grifhorst family were lunday evening guests at the Oscar Johnson home at Kanawha. The Leonard Arndorfer, Vin- cent Daughns, and Ray Klein- peters were "Mas^n City business callers Thursday. Father Linus Eisenba'cher of Alvord visited at his parental Ign. Eisenbacher home several days last week. His brother, John Eisenbacher, who had spent four weeks with him, returned to his home here. Mrs. J. P. Hauptman, Mrs. John Hoff. and Mrs. Tillie Loebig at- tended an all-day meeting of leaders of the Home Project at the Farm Bureau office in Algona, Tuesday. They will give the lesson at the meeting of the Wesley township homemakers at Alf Studer's on Tuesday, March 14. Friday night, April M, is the date of the annual amateur contest to be held in the high school auditorium, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Any one wishing to enter should contact Mrs. viola Studer, Mrs. Joe Meurer, or Mrs. Tom Forburger, or any Auxiliary member. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meurer visited his mother, Mrs. Mary Meurer. a patient in Mercy hospital Mason City, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Youngwirth visited the Tom Vitzthums at Laurens recently. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vitzthum and baby of Laurens came Saturday night for a weekend visit at the parental George Vitzthum home. Monday, they attended the funeral oi Richard Garman at Algona. Guy M. Butts left several weeks' ago in his new Buick for Texas, where he will visit relatives for a few weeks. Mrs. Paul Erdman underwent surgery at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Thursday of last week. She was brought home Saturday. Mrs. Mike Flom submitted to a gall bladder operation last Friday morning at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs. Joe Meurer, Mrs. Urban Neuroth, Mrs. Alfred Erdman, Mrs. Albert Neuroth, and Mrs. Viola Studer attended the Kos- suth county American Legion Auxiliary meeting at Algona, Tuesday afternoon, March 7. Mr. and Mrs.' Ed Pfeffer and daughter Janet of Des Moines spent the weekend at the Dr. L. L. Pfeffer home. Mr. Pfeffer stayed for several more days. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson of Grantsburg, Wis., came Tuesday for several days' visit with his two sisters, Mrs. Esther Skow and Mrs. Fred Bentele, and their families. • Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester, Mrs. Anna DeRosa and Alan Jordan were dinner and supper guests Sunday, March 5, at the Wallace Woodbury home in Corwith. Mr. and Mr*. John Boman of Forest City visited at the Henry Swanson home on Sunday of last week. ... At Crilly Appliances in Algona— THE COMPLETE FRIGIDAIRE LINE! Ellen Stewart Is Portland Hostess The regular meeting of the Portland Princesses was held on Thursday evening, March 2, at the home of Ellen Stewart. Roll call was answered by 13 members and the leader. After the business meeting, a talk was given by Carol Egesdal. Mary Lou Shipler gave a demonstration and Noreta Trunkhiill also gave one. The picture study was by Deloris Trunkhill. Mrs. Fern Drone gave a lesson on "Making a dresser scarf,"' and room-planning kit was handed out. The club voted to send $5 to the 4-H camp that is being planned. Mulligan Heads Bancroft V.F.W. The Bancroft V. F. W. elected officers at its monthly meeting March 1. Officers elected were Kenneth Mulligan, commander; Joe Donahue, senior vice-commander; Lawrence Walsh, junior vice- commander; Anthony Accurso, quartermaster: William Kennedy, chaplaid; John Merrill, three year trustee; John Coyne, two year trustee; and John Vnske, one year trustee. Commander Mulligan appointed Phil Sheridan as adjutant; Ed Kollasch, post advocate; John Simmons, officer of the day; John Vaske, patriotic instructor; John Merrill, historian; Francis Wilhelmi, service officer; Al Dudding, legislative officer; Joe Donahue, national color bearer; and Homer McCarthy, post color bearer. Phil Sheridan was elected as a candidate for junior vice-commander of the sixth district. Election for this office will be held at Algona in May. GOOD HEALTH M. L. Lewis, of Nemaha, Iowa, recently observed his 99th birthday. Except for a minor operation when he was 75, Mr. Lewis has had no sickness in the last 50 years. Freddy, small son of Links, who underwent an dectomy at St. Ann hospit gona, ten days ago, r< home Wednesday. He will fined at home for some he was a very sick boy. Madam Curie is the only ^ ever to receive the Nobel twice. BOOKKEEPING S U P PLIES, at the Algona Upper Des Moires office. PINEAPPLE Mil ICE CREAM flaw? Mow* TreatYour Family Today! Outfit your kitchen with one (or all three) of these 1950 gleaming beauties by Frigldaire. 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