The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1950 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 28, 1950
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SKTION TWO AlOONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1950 VOL 85-NO. 12 MYSTERY FARM" Thursday afternoon guests at the P. M. Christenson home in honor of their daughter, Marieta Christenson visiting here from Pueblo, Colorado. i ?* r ^ and Mrs - Eu gene Blanchard left Tuesday for their home at Onawa after visiting the parental, J. M. Blanchard, ST., home. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Blanchard and family, of Mason City, the Don Blanchard family of Ply mouth, the John Sones family of Sioux Rapids, and the Darrell Brugman family of Webb spent Tuesday at the J. M. Blanchard, Sr. home. Mrs. J. E. Flynn of Detroit, Michigan and Mrs. Alfred Schultz visited friends and relatives at Bancroft Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Krueger of •airmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. -has. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. E. E lanna visited the C. E. Householder home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson, Francis and Gary of Ringsted spent Tuesday evening at the Joe Culbertson home. Rev. and Mrs. Russell Dacken and family of Kansas City, Kansas, spent from Thursday till Saturday at the parental, Frank Dacken home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson and Marlene and Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill of Burt spent Tuesday evening at the Emil Person home in honor of their son. John's, 14th birthday. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a 500 card party Thurs' Minn and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Bonebrake at Winnebago, Minn. David Dreyer spent Wednesday night with Jan Gardner. Mr and Mrs. Clair Bollinger entertained 5 tables of 500 at their » ome a week ago Friday evening. Mrs. Marold Schlei won high for women, Lloyd Kern high for men, Mrs. Erwin Schlei won low for women and Erwin Schlei low lor men with Dale Weisbrod winning travel prize. Mrs. Ferguson and Louis of Algona were Wednesday supper and evening guests at the Win. Rath Tome. Last week's Mystery Farm was identified promptly after publication in the Algona UppS Des Moines as that tenanted by Gregory Augus- nISof"? ?T Au «!» ti '« ca«ed the office Wed- Nernmers also came in the office, Thursday the pictui ' e - Above is the new Mystery Farm. If it is a: Whittemore School Board Surveys 5 Gymnasiums -i .. Whltlemore — At the organiza- i h!?fi m *S n f ot the sc hool board, a. | d . Monday evening, Ewald I ft K wJas Aelect «d president by i5 e .board. At this meeting Russ Medm and Mike L. Besch assumed their positions as board members, replacing A. D. Brogan, retiring president, and Will- " 50 ° A 7:00 o'clock Wfi iam Roeber. ..The directors made a tour, - — - *«..i.vfcv»» juuue a lour Thursday to study recent school •"/rounding towns. at th * • cnool » or wirMEusrTsrM were Lu Verne, Ventura, Rudd, Merservey, and Trusdale. Visits such as these may help to decide the type of construction to be used here when the actual work begins with the construe'° * new gymnasium to __ ,,.^. •««,» »J*i be built this summer. Jolly "500" Club" The Jolly "500" club met at the home of Mrs. Earl Shepherd, on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Nick Mergen received high score. Mrs. Edward Besch low. and Mr*. Paul Ludwig received the travel prize. Mrs. Lewis Schumacher of Algona and Mrs. Wallace Simpson were guests of the club. Visit Accident Victims Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke, accompanied by Mrs.' Ruhnke's mother, Mrs. Mathilda Meyer, drove to Emmetsburg, Wednesday night, where they visited with the iatter's son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn. who are patients in the Emmetiiburg hospital, following an auto and truck collision. Mr. Bruhn suffered a broken leg just above the ankle, and Mrs. Bruhn suffered a deep cut on her forehead, and chest and arm bruises, and a severe cut in her tongue. Their son, David, received cuts and bruises, and he and his little sister, Jolene, were released from the hospital the following day. D^.4 t. •!_-. n -I t . i r* * f* ^^.** „•'. _.._ . vv v*Mhs, JT, f ,\A/ E° tlu lK L din ner, which was brought by the guests, was serv ed. Following the dinner, cards were played by eight couples High score went to Raymond Walker and Mrs. Raymond Elbert; low went to Herman Kolla «ch and Robert Walker. Raymond Elbert also received the travel prize. Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Fleming are vi.itlng with their daughter? and sons-in-law Jn ChlcaifS far weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and son, Lyle were Thursday evening visitors with the Arthur Heidenwiths. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Strueclter drove to Steen. Minn., where ilL ey v isited from last week Thursday until Wednesday. They were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, Sr. of Steen. The latter will visit here for two weeks with their daughters, the Erwin and Walter Strueckers. and with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swanson and family drove to Mason City, Monday evening, where they took their son, Leo, Jr., who entered Park hospital to have his adenoids and tonsils removed, Tuesday morning. Mr. Swanson drove Lone Rock Boys See Finals Of State Tourney — Mr. and Mrs. , and Supt. and Mrs. f^"j"~ ;~Y "°rris took two car fe±-£{,, bo J?..l?.«' E «* te boys tournament at Iowa weekend. The boys are •tick, Roger Flaig, Dale hi;"K-I^U« £." Jense n, Jim Mar- aNSEgs*ae» and Mrs. Chas. Morris spent Saturday till Monday at the of their daughter, Mr. am Jack Johnson at Gowri and Mrs. A. F. K loi.mont, Minn., spent Tt at the Chas. Morris home. »,r Mr V, and Mrs - A - A - Krucge tfrs. Robert Gladstone, and Mr i. ; A. Lee spent Monday at Maso Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Elsbecke went with Mr. and Mrs. Mauric Jernhard to Carroll to attend th uneral of Geo. Hess, Thursday M ^,J n jl_ M ^ s - A; A. Krueger Jl. The public is invited. Mrs. Jack Krebsback and Maurce of Ledyard spent Thursday evening at the home of her brother Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch and attended the Home Talent play at Lone Rock with them. Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Roy Jensen Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Merton Larson, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Jr., Mrs! Hpnald Christenson, Mrs. Will Christenson, Mervin Christenson, Marieta Christenson, Ruth Krueger were among those f*>m Lone Rock to attend the Style Show at the Plantation Thursday evening. Mrs. Wm. Madsen attended the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. Chris Siems, at Whittemore Wednesday afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Person spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of their daughters, Mr. and Mrs Edw. Hoppe at Garden City Mrs - Ra y Wessel spent j». after noon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdel at the •?, y £ amil y Hospital in Estherville. They spent Wednesday evening at the Wilbert Baas home at Algona. ... M . rs - ^ouis Broesder has been HI at her home for the past week. Verda Bell Behrends, having been able to type 50 words per minute, which is the requirement according to the International typing rules, entered the state typing tournament at the A.I.B at Des Moines, Saturday. She is a senior of the Lone Rock high school, and went to Des Moines f/ lda y with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends. M". Geo. Pettit returned home Monday after undergoing an operation at Emmelsburg hospital. She remained a few days at the name of her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Howe, there. Helen Jens-en spent from Fri day night until Tuesday mornini visiting Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hen nksen at Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schult? spent Thursday at Mason City on business. The Andy Nauman familv ol Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Loui< Reidel of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Eci Kain of Algona» Mrs. Alice Bicrlc Dick and Norma, Mr. and ?«rs Roy Bierle, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierle and Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Marlow, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer of Algona surprised Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dacken on their eighth wedding anniversary Wednesday evening at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Decker and . tw ,2 boys and Elaine Saxton spent Thursday at Cedar Falls Mrs. Decker said they wero surely glad to get home again ns they saw plenty of water all over the ground and chunks of ice a foot to 18 inches thick. Mrs. Hugo Faulstick spent Mon day evening at the Edwin Wicht endahl home. Mr- and Mrs. M. O. Richard and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Fran! Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Maurio Bilsborough and family of Ti tonka and the Ray Webb familj of Algona all surprised thei' mother. Mrs. W. L. Bilsborougl at her home Tuesday evening in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards and Ralph and Mr. and Mrs Frank Richards drove to St. Paul PRESERVE YOUR BABY'SSHOES In genuine bronze-mounted on all-metal picture frame. Mrs. Sam Shipler Whittemore, Iowa Minn., Thursday, where they sold their cattle. The Melvin Nelson family of Goldfield were Sunday dinner ?uests at the parental Wm. Nelson home. The Raymond Nelson family of Lu Verne spent Friday there. Breaks Pelvis In A Fall Thursday Titonka — Mrs. Ben H. Meyer vas taken to Mercy hospital, 'Ft Jodge, where X-rays revealed a broken pelvis, which she received vhon she fell in the yard at h(>r ome Thursday evening. Mrs. Senus Isebrand is a patient t Mercy hospital, Mason Citf vhere she had major surgery oii riday. Vicky Rakow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rakow, has been confined in Park hospital, Mason City, the past three weeks by illness. Vicky is in the first grade of Buffalo Consolidated school. tF IT'S HEWS WE WANT ITI Three Good YOUNG HORSES for sale Roan — Grey — Bay WM. DURANT Algona 12* When You Start Saving You Start HAVING You've heard about the "haves and the have nots". Which are you? When you start saving von rtnrt HAVING, and this means the fulfillment of your dreams. Make every "pay day" a savings day. Your "nest egg" will grow faster than you thought it could if you set aside a definite amount regularly. Start saving for a purpose . . . then you'll start HAVING. Open a saving account now. Your account will earn 2>/i%. A Good Place io Borrow A Good Place lo Deposit Home Federal Savings & Loan\ Association Phone 404 and 405 Algona, Iowa •%. Goodbye F< to ASHES- SOOT - COAL Both the Bruhn's 1949 Chevrolet and the truck were almost wrecked. The other three men in the truck are also patients in the Emmetiiburg hospital and at last reports they were expected to recover from their severe injur ies. 4-H Club Meeting The monthly meeting of th Whittemore 4-H club was hel Tuesday at the August Elber home. President Vern Muelle called the meeting to order a 8:00 p. m., with 14 members an swermg roll call. A short busines meeting was held. Paul Elber was elected captain of the base ball team. John Burton, countj youth assistant, discussed the bas ketball tournaments and the plowing contest to be held Apri 22. The club then discussed the Judging of milking cows. Mrs. £lbert served a lunch. Homenukers Meet The Fern Valley Homemakers club met at the home of Mrs Frank Eisele, Tuesday, for a special meeting. Mrs. William Fandel, Sr. and Mrs. Anthony Bush- erfeld gave a lesson. Those attending were Mrs. P. J. Andre, Mrs. James Dahlhauser, Mrs. Jack Spurgeon, Mrs. Frank Eisele, and Mrs. Francis Slagle. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch entertained their pinochle club at their home Monday evening, March 20. Thora winning prizes were Fred Kollasch, George Fandel, Frank Foley, Mrs. Ruth Schultz, and Mrs. Henry Mueller. A housewanning party was given for Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kollasch, Wednesday evening, by rf ....,,. ....» o . ••*« , turn ttMia^Jl 1 UJ U VI? o Des Moines, where he went on >usiness. Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vaux of West Bend, to Ft. Dodge, where they went to visit the Iatter's son, Allen VaUx, who is a patient in Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge, following an appendectomy. Louis Braatz returned home from Iowa City, where he was a patient in University hospital for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker ? nd "?.?'. * ic *i* Td ' and Mr. and ' - Mrs - ' J .- ' " - rs - " rrt Gladstone and Bobby of Si Louis Mo., and the Ronald Christenson family spent Wed nesday evening at the S. M. Glad stone home at Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Chester Alme of Ottosen and Mrs. A. A. Krueger were --— „;•'. -«*••••«**, a«*u. AH* . auu Mrs. Walter Struecker of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt of here, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, Sr. of Steen, Minn., helped Henry Lauck, Jr. celebrate his birthday, Sunday evening. Dr. and Mrs. James Devine drove to Fargo, N. D., last week to visit an uncle of Mr. Devine who was ill. Mrs. Emma Schultz was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer, Sunday. BOOKKEEPING SUPPLIES, .1 the Algotu Upper Moines office. CHOOSE Choose your wallpapers from our large and complete stock. You'll find every pattern you'll like at Cowan Building Supply. And prices are in a range to suit every budget. We'll be pleased to serve you. COWAN BLDO SUPPLY 210 East Slat* St. WITH A- WILLIAMS "OIL-O-MATIC" OIL BURNER The greatest advance in oil heat history NEW-ALL NEW Model "FIFTY-TEN" r The Oaks-Inn in Fairmont, Minn. 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