The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1950 · Page 12
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Upper Dei Moines Tuwday, March 28, 1950 Mrs. Clark To Head Bancroft V.F.W. Auxiliary Bancroft _ The annual election of officers was held Thursday evening for the V. F. W. Aux- Mrs " H - . . Clark ,-,4 ". - - ar was elected president. Other new of- -- ---•—>.>..<, ^W11V*LH,|, ress, Mrs. Lawrence Becker guard, Mrs. Ray Schi Mrs. Matt Kramer; Miss Cathrine Rahe. T£I!U ^ m ? r Vlce president, Mrs. Kalph Caylor; junior vice president, Mrs. Walter Menke; trea- f." rer - Mrs. Al Dudding; chaplain, Mrs. Roman Wilhelmi; conduct- .vrence Becker Schiltz; trustee secretary Color bearers. Mrs. Homer Mc- «r ar ,V ly '. Mrs ' John Vaske, Mrs Walter Haupert, Florence Engesser: banner bearer, Mrs. George Rahe: historian, Miss Elizabeth Rahe; musician, Dorothy Droessler; flag bearer, Alice Higgins. The new officers will be installed April 20, by Mrs. Bess Jacobson of Britt, district president. Hamilton Boys Home Luke and Harold Hamilton returned to their home where LukP »«»"» oruns speni tne will help at the Hamilton Hatch X eek JS'Hi her P arents - Mr - ery. Martin wiU take oV" ^l^^p^™ 118 fand ° n M °> -=- management of the Hamilton L Fairmont, where she ha Hatchery at Wesley The bovs \ been a ^ nu1>r , ses aid the P ast ^'have been college 7 student at y ,f ar 4 On MarAch 29 - she wi » J° in Ames. Martin finished his course the Women s Army Cor P* ' Luke will return to Ames as soon . Mrs - Inez Ho °d entered St as the busy season is over. Harold Ann hospital. Algona, Wednesday a student at St. Thomas, St. Paul Mrs - Hoo(i has been ill at her will also return and help at the home here for several days, hatchery. Mary Ann, employed at Leo Arndorfer was taken very Dayton's, Minneapolis, will spend a11 at his home, Tuesday, three months at her home. — c. of c. Election. Rural Telephone The regular Chamber of Com- I 1__ LJ—.. Cl x- rnerce meeting has been set for Line tldS CleCtfOfl fanned' ^^ ° f Mafch 27 as LSSf. C ™f" .T A telephone Mike Schrandt, manager of the creamery was a business visitor at Ames, Wednesday. Vincent Lattimer and son. Jimmy, and John Bergman called on Vincent's brother Bill, of Mason City, Monday. Bill is not enjoying the best of health. Mr and Mrs. John Hamilto and children, Titonka, were Sun day dinner guests of Mr. and Mi- Harold Hamilton. Monday evening. Mrs. Richar Menke was surprised on he birthday, when her sister, Mrs T. R. Doocy, and family of Led yard, Mr. and Mrs. DeVere Smith Roger and Kathy, Lakota, Mr and Mrs. Ves Kocker, Tommy anc Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent En gleby and Sanda Kay, Swea City dropped in for the evening. Mrs. John Menke, Mrs. Rich ard Menke, Mrs. Walter Men ke, Mrs. George Rahe, Mrs John McCarthy spent Wednesday at Blooming Prairie, Minrii, helping Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schiltz get settled in their new home. Mrs. Walter Menke remained for a longer visit with her sister, Mrs. Arnold Hatten, Austin, Minn. Hubert Hood, Humboldt, nnd Wm. Hood, Algona. were called here Wednesday by the illness of their mother, Mrs. Inez Hood. Mrs. Elva Sanders, Mrs. Chas. McGuire, and Inez Hood have ieen changing off staying with ler at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Velma Bruns spent the past Swea City Couple Wed 50 Years, March 21st Planned ' ' meeting waTheld last'Ve'ek'Mon- day night for rural lines 10 and ,. . ,. • ,3o at the John Rich home. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard Officers elected were C N Bernhard, Park RapidsTMinn° I ...I h i?.^ as Penally line 10. but were also here for.the services. The township P. M. A. meeting was held Thursday and Friday afternoon at the Legion hall. The purpose was to sign up for the farmers corn allotment. Mother-Daughter Banquet, May 4, Set For led/arc) fr ^jJi&^^JI MHtt_ „_ **• ,, f cou P )e of to 21 patrons on one line, Caasm8 P °° r Service OmCE SUPPLIES — Largest stock in Kossuth county. Algona Upper Des Moines. in the NEW newspaper building, Algona, la Swea City — Mr. and Mr: r rancis Treat, above, receivei congratulations from about 10 luests at open house. Tuesday March 21, on their 50th weddin; anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Trea ame to Swea City about fivt 'ears ago to be near their son loyd, and family. They had livec for many years in Ayrshire, op crating their farm there. Mi Treat has spent the greater par of his life in Ayshire. Mrs. Trea, was once a Kossuth county teacher, and at ohe time taught in the Sftca City school. She lived for a period of 10 years in Algona where her father operated a hardware store. The Howards moved to a farm near Ayrshire, and it was there Mr. ana Mrs. Treat first met. They were married in her father's home in Ayrshire, and became parents of 5 children. They are Floyd of Swea City, Glen of Chicago, Mrs. W/L. Swoldt (Vera) of Burbank, Cal., Mrs. Van Wissman (Eva), Balboa Island, Cal., and Bessie, now Mrs. Dr. Clarence Walter of the Earl Clinic, St. Paul. The couple has also 7 grandchildren, including Shirley and Max Treat of Swea City. During the afternoon, their pastor, the Rev. Peter Peters, gave the formal greeting. In the evening, Mrs. Dettmar Thompson, who had known them in Ayrshire gave a short history of the couple, and Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Lowell Larson sang two cTuets Mrs. C. H. Kesler and Mrs. Wal- -er G. Smith poured, and Mrs. Andrew Berg had charge of the guest book. Women of the entertainment committee of the Baptist church were in charge of the buffet uncheon, and included the folowmg: Mrs. Ray Sperbeck, Mrs. Jettmar Thompson, Mrs. Bernard ^eterson, Mrs. Les Hansen, Mrs. Marion Koons, Mrs. Orval Miller and Mrs. Ervin Link. All helpers were presented with carnatioh •orsages. The Sunday preceding he open house held here, the treats were honorees at their Id church in Ayrshire, where ap- iroximately ZOO old friends were -•z~- — The Woman's So- ZL"' ,?* Christian Service met at the church, Thursday, March 23, with Mrs. Albert Looft as hostess and Mrs. N. A. Pingel assisting. Devotions Were led by Mrs, Hay Wentworth, and Rev. rilles Uiland Savte a review on the booklet. Our Faith in Christ." Committees were appointed for the ^Mother-Daughter banqu«t, which will be May 4. The next meeting will be on April 13 with Mrs. K T. Halvorson as hostess. Pre-Ea«t«r Program On Palm Sunday, April 2, new members will be received into the Methodist church and there Will be baptismal services. Miss •iV"if Cordefm *n of Waterloo • I be present and sing several solos. On Thursday evening Lenten services as usual at 8 p. m and on Thursday, April 6, Holv Communion will be observed. " On Easter morning, Sundav school will be as usual st 10 o'clock, and at 11:15 the Sunday school and church will hftve a union service with the Sundav school pupils putting on a short program in conjunction with the regular worship service. There will be special music. Pleurisy-Pneumonia ., Mrs. George Jacobson has been ill this week with pleurisy anc pneumonia, Rural Carrier* Meet • The Rural Letter Carriers and their wives, of Kossuth Countv met at Bancroft on Wednesda'y evening, March 22, with the towns of Bancroft, Swea City and Ledyard as hosts. Thirty attended, and a lovely dinner was enjoyed at 7 o'clock. Each organization had a business meeting. Mrs. George Thompson reported on the 6th district meeting, held Feb. 22 at the Hotel Warden in Ft. Dodge. Mystery Sisters were drawn by each lady and other plans made or the good of the organization A number of laprobes for the Cenny hospital are being made by the Auxiliary. A social time was very much enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garry were guests. The April meeting will be at he Fred Genrich home in Lone Rock with Fenton, Lone Rock, nd Burt as hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seipold of rtalvern came Friday to visit sev- ral days at the E. T. Halvor.«on ome. Mrs. Mamie Stanton of Roches- er came Tuesday to visit Mrs. \lice Garry, her sister. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson isited at the Donald Pugstty ome near Elmore last Sunday nd were luncheon guests. Mr.s. JlIfTtrI^»«» I— »* fwfi Mrs. Harriett Sprank and Mr and Mrs. George Thompson were guests recently of Mr; and Mrs Wm. Goehe at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Cliften Engelby of-Austin, Minn., called Thursday at the homes Of Mrs. O. Engelby end Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayer They were on their way to "Al- fiona to spend a day or two, visiting Mfg. Ehgelbys. sister, Mrs. Coleman, who is here from Kentucky. Mrs. A. A. Luther and Mrs. D. B. Mayer were Blue Earth visitors, Tuesday. Jeanette and Lottie Mason of LuVerne came Friday for a visit at the George Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mason of nfcar Winnebago, Minn., were also guests. All are cousins of Mrs. Thompson. On last Monday evening Wilson Brock. Glenn Burrow, E. T. Halvorson, and Fred Dutton attended the Forest City sub-district brotherhood meeting. is Mrs. Thompson's North Central Iowa Paint & Feed Co. 606 Diagonal Harry Herr OFFERS THE AMAZING NE W ONE COAT FLAT PAINT we fe LABORATORY SCRUBBING TESTS PROVE! TfST PANEL ISST PANEL M/XfO fAIM •resent. Their daughter-in-law, Mrs. loyd Treat, was hostess. On both ccasions many fine gifts were received, including money and cards. Only the Floyd Treats, of the i real children, could be present but a fumily get-to.gethfr will be held in April, at which time all will be here. It will be the first time the Treat family n;ive all been home together In 12 years. O nests from out-of-town Tuesday included Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Int-il and daughter, Kathryn Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reiter of Ayrshire; Mr. and Mrs. w 'ilie Fry and daughter, ,. ;J Mildred Sandstan of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. John Spittai ot . fei * • ««,£« ~*"-*fi,j "ft MAUfZ 'Si" 50 Scrub, tompls.ely removed Norionally Advenis.d wot»r-mixed point. ' MIXID HIM MAUrZ of w«ar on Mauri "88". 100 % GIL BASE PAINT ONE COAT PRIMES, SEALS, FINISHES OME COAT COVERS PAINT, PLASTER, WALLPAPER iAf V TO APPLY - ARIES SAME PAY ONE GALLON COVERS AVERAGE ROOM .-. '3c GALLON Csi/s Itii than oust water thinned paitttf Mrs. Emil Larson and granddaughter, Kay Marie Graham, came home from Waterloo, Sunday. Mr. Larson and son, Lowell, Ulove down to get them. Mrs. Larson has been staying with Kay .narie whue her mother, lurs. Jura- Graham, visits in Texas. iWr.-;. Emily Peterson returned •i"mf Sunday after visiting a month at the home of her son anu luimiy, ine Albert Ackebergs, at Blue Earth. Uale It. Anderson, son of Mr and Mrs. C. E. Anderson, is spending a few days vacation from classes at Iowa State college at Ariit-i. Miss Phyllis L. Anderson was to arrive Thursday from St. Louis Mo., where ihe has completed u concert tour, and will spend un til Sunday at tne home of hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl An uersun, alter which .she will re turn to Northwestern university Evanston, 111., to llriith work on her masters degree in tn'^i Mr. and &jrs. C. h. rtn and son, Dale, ami Maurice Let were Sunday dinner quests at "the home of another son, Wallace C Anderson, at r'airmont, Mum. Several of Swea .City's, young folks are home from collie tot vacation. They include Dons "Nelson. Univerbity 0 ( Minnesota UJjrwin Deiin, agriculture college. Brooking*, S. D.; Marian Burger, Dale Anderson, and Norma Baedke, all Iowa State college. Ames; Paul Tweeten St Olaf college, Northfield, Minn,' ana heien Linde, Ceuar Falls Iowa State Teachers college Two roommates accompanied Miss Lmcte to visit. Evangelist L. Malmin, known as the singing and preaching Norwegian, will be at the- Go,pel Tabernacle for two weeks, beginning Monday, March 27 Ev- Mf. jr .V. l ?!:..!? i lnvfted tlj ""end these D ugsley iece. Kenneth Knudtson from Graet- nger visited his cousin's. Leonard Bonstead and the Clayton Roseboros, on last Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. Paul Gelhaus and Virgil and Mr. and Mrs. J. C Blome visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Putcomer at Alden, last Sunday. 6N.W.Kossufh Men Tour A Breeding Plant Swea & Eagl* — Several Swea farmers among a {croup of 36 Kossuth dairymen who took n tour of inspection of the Nbrth- west Iowa Federated Breeders headquarters at Sheldon last Thursday. Attending from here were Harold Jones, Leander Men,*,«., Ervin Heidenwith. Junior •j .,' Louie Kegner, and Harold Mmo. Sells Holstein Bull Ralph H. Walker, Jr., recently sold a registered Holstein-Friesiah bull to Frank Meyer, Fenton. Change of ownership of thi animal, Reklau Homestead Fobes las been officially recorded by the Holstein-Friesian Association of America. Attend Barrow Show A large number of farmers and >. F. A. members drove to Alber .ea. Minn., last Saturday to at- end the Minnesota State sprinc barrow show. They saw the ;rand champions of the show se- ected. The program included demonstrations and talks by aeri -ultural men. Return From Trip Mr. and Mrs. David Anderson eturned home Friday after a wo-month stay in south, in Tex- s and Florida. They made a stop t Washington, D. C., on return rip. Emil Larson and son, Lowell rove to Waterloo a week ago Saturday. Returning with them Sunday were Mrs. Emil Larson and a granddaughter, Kay Marie- Graham. Mrs Larson had spent 13. days at -tht Gfahfam home. Mrs. Graham is on a three-week trip to Dallas, Texas, and New Orleans and Lake Charles, La Barbara Klugar began housework Tuesday at the Mclvin Krurnm home. Mrs. Krumm and small son, born March 18, were expected home during the week Eugene Hanson and Reubin Holcomb arrived home last week after completing an agricultural short course at Iowa Slate college, Ames. Friends here received word o*f a daughter, Joyce Elaine, born March 6 to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McElwee of Rice Lake, Minn. Mrs. McElwee is the former Hazel McGregor, formerly of here. Mrs. Glenn Clark was hostess at her home, Friday afternoon, of the Baptist Ladies Group no. 2. Mrs. Arden Jongberg was her assisting hostess. Mrs. John Jorigberg was hostess of Group III at her home Friday p. m. Mrs. Clayton Angle entertained the Methodist Ladies of her circle at her home, Thursday afternoon. Assisting her was Mrs. Clifford McGregor. Wm. Salmon, 74, Dies, County Home William Henry Salmon. 74, died Mar. 17 at the County Home after an illness of several weeks. Funeral arrangements were Handled here by the Hamilton Funeral Home. The body was taken to La Porte City, where services were held Sunday, March 19, in the Methodist church. Burial was at LaPorte City. Mr. Salmon came to Iowa in a coverd wagon from Pennsylvania, and farmed for many years near Waterloo. He married Emma Foss at Waterloo, March 4, 1880. , Surviving grandchildren are Roy Salmon, Liverrnore; Mrs. Floy Marlow, Lone Rock; and Mrs. Erma Dugan, Humboldt. WANT ADS BfllHGS RESULTS MICHAEL-LEONARD LAWN. SIIP North Central Iowa Feed & Paint Co. 60S DIAGONAL PHONE 628 FARMERS Call for Our Daily Market Quotations on Your HOGS VEAL CALVES SHEEP BUYERS AUONA.IOWA, STOCK BUYERS PHONE/07 «,** SIGN Don Pedersen of In wood dozed jff while driving hi., car recently and i-iin into * ^.gn p lA ,t Tl>e , A *aid, "Stop." He did 1Kt -'*" AGAIN AMERICA'S TOP TRUCK VALUES ADVANCIE-DESIGN TRUCKS THE <*~ERFORMANCE HEADERS With 2 Mor, Powerful Truck Engine. •B KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. A lf ona Across from Post OffW ™_ Phone 2QQ

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