The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1948 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 6, 1948
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t^-tW''7,^'f .i*?' '"' W?' v ','•*'' A*> .Jr %f»f}\'-i /* , ' . 1 « • -* l * * *i i < • ' f < "-* > i 5" * - w Ik* IliVerneffepr), i.41Alife\ i s lt>l':l of i" 'She is .. Albert « v ., t .^ C. O. McClellatt. The - - —o is holdirig her oto shows some 'improvement, af ) v Mrs. - .„ Was a gathering .day of -the" Mart* attending were Marty anc ,-,-- —ty> Mr. and TJuT " J ^V Mart y> Mr. and Mrs f»^ a ^ Ma #f, and Donald, Mr and Mrs. 'William Marty, Kenneth ,and..Melvin. Mr. .and Mrs 'iHenry. Marty'and, family Adam Li?Vefne d fimma ma ^' a11 ° r Mrs. Hunt,;Ve7y m tJiW-Yi M i ar ', c Hunt has bee " !•!+» iif at tho I 10 " 16 of her Parents Mr.-and Mrs.• Askel t Nicl- •son, east.tff town, the' past week. ,_„- Lft>: g.. K^ui yyinJ) jMTiJl Fdlmetj sdh Ran TjefftH Nefem,7 'Adolf LCm'd' trips lAihd ,. dd\that .day thefr afiniv-ersa'ry; - .£ Of SieusSys Guests of Mr. and Mrs, Aaron Steussy on New Year's day were "Mr. 1 and' Mrs. George ' Hoimen dinger and Mrs. Helen Ga3e of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs, H. '^ P jl a *li¥ r t P hil Wilson, T Mr! ;^"A' M |€ baryl Wilson,' Mrs! S^L^irSffi*!;. M*.P?de Schipull Faniily^Group At the home of Mh and Mrs. -AA-.Schipull, Sunday, was a gathering of Mr. Schipull's family. Attending were his 'father, Charles Schipull of Renwlck Bothers Mr. and Mrs. Kudolf b.chipull, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schipull and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Schipull and family, nephew Mr. andi Mrs. Loren Schipul and family, niece Mr. and Mrs Duane Fields and daughter, al ' of J 1 ? ar Goldfield, his sister Mr and'Mrs. O. T. Carlson and fam ily of Albert City and his uncle Mr. and Mrs... Ferdinand Schipul of Garner. ' -",- , - J ., '< • '' Plan Card Party, 10th The Band Mothers -club wish 'to announce tha't Ihey will spon- 1 sor a benefit card party at the town hall at 8 p. m. Saturday January 10. •, Lund Family "Gathering' , n.,^4., g t the home Qf Mr> gnd o^,,j- w »-r. S. JLund, Christmas day, were their i, children,, Mr., -and Mrs. 1 Hermaji ^yaudt, son' DuarTe of WhittemOre,* Mr. and Mrs .(Wlllard Zeigler and daughter and. Mrs. Tile LuVerfte demeter^ sbci- elywill meet at the'fewM hall Thursday, January 6, ,tiife hosb esses foi* the meeting ^will 'be MesdameS Heflfy KUbwi'H. ift. LqrimeVatid Harry'tt. lifehjty'. bttoted r 6dth Sirifiday ' Mr. and Mrs. Leo • Rosenberg, Mr. and M*S. Louis' Werner and daughter-Eunice' of' 'Fairmont, Minn,, .Mr., and Mrs.- ; ' ; 'Eugene •Blow of-New York"State, grandfather Michael Wegnen who makes' his home with hisi daughter, Mrs. Helena Stripling, They brought Mr, iWegner S large cake'in honor (of his FridV eyenlh/ dlnfier guests at the- hbme of Mrs, -Schuetzer's' pdrents, Mi*, and Mrs, H4hry Blumer. ' <• ' ' < i»V to seethe est Refrigerator? See The New LOCKERATOR Table Top Refrigerator at f j f ' t i Pratt Elec. Apjsliqnces MM i t ** « T ** J11 ilUllUt I Ui. Ill 88th birthday, Monday, December 29. ' r - Honor Nevada Visitor ! Mrs. Anna Hariselmah" entertained several ladles at her home Wednesday, afternoon, honoring Mrs. Peter- Goiboechea of Eureka, Nev., who his been visiting her mother"!, Mris. Elsie Steussy. The afternboh >as spent visiting, folldwed by a lunch. Mrs. Arthur* Satre of vRockford, 111., • was an I out-of- town guest. . I ' Leaves After Visit Laura Christensen returned to her home in Fort Dodge, (Friday, after spending a week's vacation with her grandmother Mrs. Anna Hanselrn^n. , ' Presbyterian Aid Met, The Presbyterian.Ladies society met Tuesday December 301 at the home of Mrs?LF. 'Xj tihap- man. At the busiri&gjmeeting final reports on the gear's business and missionary reports were read and accepted. ,Ttye mystery sisters for the year ;wefe f revealed. A lunch was served "by the lostess, assisted by Ruth Marty. The next meeting will be at the rural home of Mrs. Edwin Marty Wednesday, January 8. Mr. and Mrs. C. "C. Anderson of Scottsbluff, Neb., Hand Florence Godfrey of Hum'toldt visited ih LuVerne Wednfsd&y, December 24. On Chfte'fiftfl day they were dinner gu,ests>vof their sister-m-law, Mrs/Mathilda Godfrey in Fort ,Dodge.'.;, Mm Mr. 'and Mrs v Ea^'Hanselman •and sons Earl and George* went to • ,Frost, ' Minn., 'fk&ft&gy spent Christmas day with;Mrs^ansel- man's mother. Mrs.-BenSa Ndl- son. " s,-^ 5 ^ 7^ Mr. and'Mrs.„ Ernest>^Meyei; and, daughter Barbara,cfrti've to Wmterset, Sunday, and. spent the day with Mr. Meyer's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman 'Meyer. V^-i' 1 "*- Clarence,,, <ajanchard, daughter. Verneva, son'MDeLane and his friend v of 'Dedhaffi visited from» Friday until Sunoay -with Mrs. Blanchard's father, Michael Wegner 'and other relatives. Mrs. Eddie tGleascfn 1 <>»««• A—* Dows, Lucile Behnfe her friejid of pav|)ip t guests Sunday of tHe 1 'laYuw parents. Mr. ,and Mrs'. T FrecTBehn- kendorf and brother Oscar. . Mr. and Mrs. Harold .Ristau, twin son and daughterr"Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Ristau, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Behnkendorf, ? ai)d .(family and Mrs. 'Amelia "'^flinfendorf enjoyed a turkey diririer Synday evening at the Home of Mrs. Harold Ristau and iMrs. 'Edward Behnkendorf's ^ father^ Philip Fourage in Livermqf^.J f Mr. and'Mrs. Elme'r^Schuetzer and son Janies of "-Ren-wick were i'v-j'*- 1 ^ i^aicin/ft, uie Mrs. Robert "dqwlii;ig, : «, Hina Wj?s in charge ,of tfte ie autfes ^liiie t^ey 1 were gotfe.' . Mrl .and Mrs. Wiljiafn faU^ft .of Whittemore were guests of Mr. aftd Mrs. p. S. 'Lund, S,uftdayi Mr, a*hd Mrs. £fehry Schro^der Of'Foft Dodge Were, visitors'.Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Blu,mer. ' - ' Mr?. A'rina tfanselman spent several,days'at the home df Her daughter Mrs. Harley .jChristen- sen and, family, in Fort -Dodge. Laura Ghristlensen accompanied her grandmother hbme for a few days visit, Mr.' and Mrs. Ray Feltis of Renwick spent Saturday after«°.on visiting Mrs. Feltis' niece, Mfs. William Bigings. 'Mr. fel- tisJust returned from a trip-! to California, where he visited a brothel- he had not seen in 24 years. Enroute home Mr. Feitis stopped in Phoenix, Ariz., where he visjted Mrs, Biging's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and'Mrs. Philip Stoddard and son Gary. Marie Patterspn, employed in Fort Dodge,' spent the holiday week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milp Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anderson of Goldfield and Mrs. Anderson's sister Alice Beattie of New York Mills. Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Burtis De Nio and children and G.ene Anderson were Sunday evening dinner- guests of Mr. and^Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Relatives and 'friends here have received word of the birth of Linda Kay to Mr. 'and Mrs. Merle Sargent at Hartford, S." D. Mrs. Sargent was 1 the former Irene Knopf, granddaughter- of Mr. and Mrs., Julius Knopf. Betty Dimler, employed in Des Moines, spent her Christmas - vacation at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. -Ralph 'W. Dimler. ' Duane Richardson, attending school in Chicago, was a holiday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Richardson. , / Christmas day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansorj were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bathke an'd family of Norfork, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Monson of Wesley, 'Mr. and Mrs. Russell, Kelly-and Gary of Algona, Mr. ' Hanson's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kinseth and son Burdette of Cor with. 1 Mr.'-and Mrs. Marion Davies and family of Armstrong were Sunday guests of Mr. Davies' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lux. • , Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Landph and daughter Pamela'of Garner were Sunday guests of Dr." and 1 Mrs. John M. Skogmo. i ; ' A birthday dinner $vas h'qjd at the' ho'me of Mr. and Mrs.''Frank Kendall at - their honie' in yFort 1 Dodge, Sunday, December 21, in honor of Mrs. Kendall's mother, Mrs. Anna Rub'erg's 8,2nd birth,day. Attending ;we're ' Mr. .and 1 Mrs:, Clifford Hplm'es,' Mafjpry, Ly.ell, Douglas,,iMr, and Mrs. BUrtis DeNio and children, "Gene Anderson, all of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller attend the C afid Mrs. e l Smokers Js (ibittfhuh- ' the' farm M' 1 drove tb RJ *clpsjn| out ?nic , ui a.bjaffey Strieker! dVe wMl KhpwViJn- ,..„ ^ ti»> .3W JM WWtij th b'lcausAf Mrs/'mMcfte/s andIw^ll mdye td'Masd« ( Mr. and ^Irs, L$fe Nelson and lartjlly h^ye 'returafed to thdir Hbni^ in Ames, latter Visiting a't tne home .of Mrs- HelSon'g parents, Mr. and Mrs. E^rl Neal, ^ Mr.' aftd Mrs, George Vmenti^ie .and jd^ughters haye returned from a holiday week Vacation spent with' Mfs. .yjolentifte'^ pir- epts, Mr.' an'd Mfs. 'Paul Huds6n 'in Mfpnepb'fa. Miss Vivian Rockwood 01 Keene, New Hamp'shire and her mother Mrs. Myrtle Green of Hampton were'.recent guests a the home of th.eir brother' and son, (Wilder Sockwood and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pfeifferand son Michael,' Mr, and Mrs. James Neville and daughter Diana have concluded their holiday vacation spent at the home of the ladies' parents, Mf. and Mrs. Arthur W. Dimler and gone back to their college ,work at Ames. Dr. and Mrs. John M. Skogmo and daughter Cassandra went to Des Moines, Wednesday, where they were guests over the New Year of their friends Mr, and Mrs. Frank Gillotti and son Stephen.' - , 1 Duane Hanson has returned to his home here after arj appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital in t-Algona the r day after 'Christma's. Duane, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. • Van Hanson, 'is a student at Iowa State college at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Strieker of Fairmont, Mirin., spent seVeral days the past week visiting at the home of Mr. Stacker's sister, Mrs. Alvina Tiede. f Mr. 'art'd Mrs. George Grimsehl went to Fort Dodge Friday and Mrs. Grimsehl Went to the hospital for a check-up. Now Year's daV guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanselman were Mrs. Bertha Nelson, Julius Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson, all of Frost, Minn. They are the mother and brothers of Mrs. Hanselman. Lottie and Jahette Mason entertained about 30.,gues£s at their home on New Year's day for dinner. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. James Zwiefel of CorWith. Harold Lichty, Bryce A. Wick- ctt and Joseph Thorn of Lu- Verne, accompanied by Everett Barr of Wesley spent Monday in Ames attending a basketball clinic and also attended th Iowa-Michigan game. Clarence Sanderson, who wa ill with an attack of pneumoni since the middle of Decembei was taken to the Lutheran hos pital in Fort Dodge recentl when he suffered a severe hear attack. ' Mrs. J. E. Ross of Humboldt her daughters Mrs. Osborne L Blanc, visiting here from New Orleans, La., and Helen Hcfsr nurse at the Lutheran hpspita in Fort Dodge, visited at tht home of Mrs. Ross's brother anc sister, Alfred and FlorencV Hof Mrs. William Jensen, daugh .er Ruth and son John, came up from Webster City on Friday anc spent the day with her mother Mrs. Katie ftuff and brother Jesse Huff. The occasion was Jhe ,83rd birthday of Mrs. Huff. Mf. and Mrs. Waited tjefti, Marilyn and Marlin, Attended a New Year's day'dinner of the John Hefti children at the home of M r -' and Mrs. John £immer- mah 4 and sorts "east of Renwidk. Mrs. Esther Bishey and daughters- Shirley and Betty of Eagle Grove were guests the past week of Mrs. Bishey's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Curtis Morgan," , January'6, f$4§ Elizabeth 3kyberg of Campri, S. D., spent the pail week vlsft* ing at the home of her bf<jtIJ6r«* in-law and sis'ter, Mr. and Jan Nelson and faniily. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy HanseU man and daughters, Mr. ahd Mrs. Edwin rfanselman and family were Christmas day guests of the ladies' parents, Mr. ahd Mrs, Lewis Olson in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. .George Schnetz- Hale Cobbler Iitt«efte Than a SUk King" ¥sf,t '-',. ''' t 'C.^.;*&M£ ll ?e years inany wise men hare e true richness of glowing, vibrant health. Noj one has summarized the ' almost universal recognition of the value of health better than Bickerstaff, who said, "A hale cobbler is a better man than a sick king." The chief job of the physician and the pharmacist is to Jceep you well. To this end both are educated, equipped, and dedicated in purpose. As pharmacists, we we better prepared than ever before to serve the health ,'vr.»>1s,pf .this community, ^e invite you to inspec^c-iur ••SdfMi lkK*ftfr&ui laboratory.' /• v LISTEN! Coming Next Week/at Pratt Appliance * INTERESTING HOME PEIVIQNSTRAT8QN SCHOOLS IRON RITE Automatic Ironer Monday, Jan. 12 •Humboldl to'be local^&leni' Clayton variety st upwards ,6t $150 i goods. CHAMBERS 6 Gas Range Tues. - Wed. January 13-74 p ^ IONS 5 P E C I PHONE 252 ALGONA, IOWA See Thursday's Paper for Complete Details ' ^V*$#* V - ^'ti ELECTRIC A?P1IANCES "Service Behind Every Sale" Phone 1075 Algona, la. old, S&^AiL. '' !: '•' ^\"'y j f * T - 1 "* jrV f * ^^MWf v \1i*"^^?w -. ,?;'^iIi:'i('A"i*'W! Closing Out Public Sale Tuesday, January 13 tart at 12:30 O'cjqck Lunch Wagon on The Luncli Wagon on Th^ |Srpun(jl$/ </ 2 Head of Horses I i j s ^ . •* ' s "^ } t, J; j m colpred team, 5 and 6 years old, well broke and gentle, weight about 3000 Ibs. This feSl'l of the most outstanding young teams in the cqyniyy. • V > ^.i^Ms 10 Head of Cattle ^r to fresheg-in four weeks, Red <?ow ^ years old now, giving '4 ¥t gai,'pf long yf wrjmg, Shorthorn cow 8 years old giving 4'/z gal, ' 20 Head of Fall 199 Iptar 1838 UjcQ8 yHbber, ^ehn v Vee|f iiwftG i&'fcU°4p» ; jdnr*' "tjfik \ > McQsrmicfc.Deering fein^e? ,§ if, 4^ectj eR ^m.W^Mg«dOK fg^. JSsSRa^Swfe a55?%i

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