The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 9
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ALCNA, IOWA, f UISBAY, Gustave Riddels Plan Open House On Anniversary 4 50 Yrs, 0. *•' Mrs. Gus' will observe thci •, golden Wedding anhiversal-y . Friday, Jan. 16, by holding open *h6,us«! from 2 to 4 p, m; at their home hero in LuVerne, at which time Hhelr relatives and friends *re invited,to cdll. A celebration for this^woi'thy- couple was ,' held! last July when all their farnily but one was able to be here. A daughter Mrs. Emil Paling of-Palm Dale in Califor- was suffering from rheuma- r ver ' Tftey* are the parents f six! sons-'and two daughters; 19. grandchildren and one great' ££andchild. The sons are John 6f; Indianapolis, Ind,, Ernest of Sioux City' William, Grant, Nebraska; Walter, Columbus, Neb.; Carl and Harold of Lu Verne, •daughters, -Mrs. Emil Paling of ,Palm Dale, Calif.; Mrs, Lawrence Obcrhclman, 'LuVdrne. i \ _* , 'Zion Lutheran Aid, '-, •_ The Ladies'society'of the Zion 'Lutheran church-held its regular January meeting in the thurch rooms Wednesday,' Janu- ary ?7 with a good attcfidanc At the business meeting MrV. ft J, StfifJling and Mrs. Earl' Hart selman were appointed to'plan get-together of the ladle's Tues day, Jan, 13, to seW for an or phan's home in Europe; Tho" la dies society earlier 1 adopted fcw- small children.for the year, '194! andHhcy are in this home tha they will sew for. , A social hour followed anH a lunch was" served to the grou'p by the hostess, Mrs. Martha Schneider. Guests at the meeting Were Mrs.' Bertha Nelson of Frost Minn., and Mrs. Martha fcobe of West Bend. ' iemeiery Ass'n Elects . The LuVcrne cemetery association held its .regular January meeting at the town hall Thursday afternopn with 24 members sresent. At the business 'mect- ng the, election of officers was held. ' The officers for last year were re-elected. They are as ollows: , , "President, Mrs, Elsie Steussys- -ice-president, Mrs. Ella Woitb; ecretary, Florence Hof and rcasurcr, Mrs. H. E. Pietzke. Mrs, Steussy has been president* fHhis association for 20 years nd to her goes much credit'for ic beautiful cemetery that the ssociation sponsors. ' At this r meeting plans were discussed on the 1 funds already solicited for a memorial entrance to be made at the LuVerne cemetery. An account has been opened at the Farmers State bank hero in Lu- Verne and anyone wishing ' to make a gift contribution for this memorial fund htey do so. LUhch was served by the hostesses, the Mesdames Henry Kubly, Harry Lichty, and -H. R. Larimer, The next meeting will be Thursday, Feb.-12 and hostesses-will be Grace Lichty, Mrs. C. p. McClcllan, and' Mrs. Frank Moe'ding Sr. Uflifcd Brethren Meeting The Missionary society of the United Brethren church met at the home of Hulda Fritzcmeier Wednesday afternoon. The business meeting was in charge of the, new president, Mrs. Fred ytcrklc. The devotions were led by Mrs. .Henry 'Miller. The lesson study hour was in charge of Mrs. Paul Blumer. Several let- ers were read' from hiissionaries n China and Kentucky. One let- er of interest was received from ' 'X their home in LuV5rnc for the winter months and go' out to the RUger farm to live while their son and wife enjoy th;s trip. J. J. Club Meeting The J. J, club met at the home of Mrs. Hugh Shirk Friday afternoon with 15 members l presfcht. The topic for the afternoon dis-' cession was on explorers. Mrs,' William Goetsch gave an interesting account of explorations of Ossa and Martin Johnson;- The social hour of entertainment was m charge of Mrs. Herman Schulz. The next meeting Will be with, Mrs. John Ramus Friday, January 23. The topic for the lesson will be on Invehtor or .Science by Mrs. Waited Heft Mrs. Ralph Bage and sof Bobby spent Wednesday in JANUARY Ristai Dodt* CLEARANCE! Suede Shoes T AI|o Some Leather Shoes-broken sizes, All Sizes r But Not in AH Styles. 10.95 Values 1.86 8.95 Values $5.88 &95 Values -i'U, **<{&ji£ev—(gkttiir' j ¥$4fift- V ^ /* i-t* r '..' * '^..' 6.95 Values 5.95 Values $2.94 , House Slippers 50c to $2.1 '-*,"'• micicai, w«s ruceivea irom Ruth'Elmer., stationed'jn China nd whose home is in Hebron. N. D.. She-is a.cousin' of Mrs. Edward Marty and Mrs. William Marty of LuVcrne. , Guests • at the meeting were Mrs! Coleman, Irvington, Mrs. Henry BlUmcr.'Mrs. J. S. Shultz, and Mrs. William Wolf of Lu' Verne. , Instead of serving the usual lunch the ladies,voted to donate $10 for, a C-A-R-E package to be sent to Europe for relief. Annual Church Meeting' The congregation and pastor the Rev. A. R. Srrjith of the Presbyterian church and their fam- Uies . gathered at the town hall Thursday evening; where they held their annual meeting and pot-luck supper. A good attendance wjfe reported. At the .business meeting Mrs. CUrtis Morgan was elected secretary and treasurer to fill the position formerly held by Fred G. Hagist. Two new,trustees were elected ;to replace Mrs. Harry Von Draska 'and . Henry Kubly and they -are Wesley Cleveland and 1 James Doak. Other trustee members are Guy Trauger and Arthur Riley.,.'The elders of the church't board are J. S Lichty ^• ti T S ''' M ( 0r l?' 1 '' ' F ' L Chapman and Lottie Mason. Humbold?t. Mr. and Mrs. Harold were visitors in Fort Wednesday. v Recent guests at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindebak were Mrs. Lindcbak's parents Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Egli and duaghler Helen, Miss Lois Egli and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Egli anc children Susan, Dennis and Roger, all of Manson. Henry Kubly and son Elmer spent Monday in Burt on'.business. The GpocT Will club announced that their next meeting will be Thursday afternoon, Jan. 15, at Mrs. William Mocdinc; visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs A". T. Skow and her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Skow m Rutland, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns and son Leonard Ray visited in Britt with Mr. John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johns. Mrs. Earl Janssen was returned to her -home here Monday evening 4 from the Broadlawn hospital /in Des Moines. Mrs Janssen, who was taken there 3 weeks ago, was suffering from meningitis. She is much improved but must be confined to her bed for some time yet. EN'S FURNISHING gives you sensational savings ODD LOTS & BROKEN SIZES Household Goods SATURDAY 1 WHITT1MOBE built Suie .\ with mattrt stfi lfi^irm«rs|tati ; i|f|fc ,& .'Mr: ,and^'Mrs. /Harry Christian- -sen ;andSMrs^'f-William Mo'eding attended^ -the, ! fUnerftl 6f Mrs Jons'Kilt' afe'HUmbdldt at 2:dO p.' m Wednesday, January 1. Mrs. Kilt, who was 43, passed away in a hospital in -Fort Dodge Sunday, January 4,• after an''illness of 'considerable duration. She is survived by her, husband and tnrae children, hev parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Skow of Rutland one sister and two brothers. See Hangup Game Mrs. Bqrtha .Nelson of Frost, Minn., concluded a week's .visit at the home ,of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanselman, Saturday.' Her son Birney came for her on Friday Friday evening Mr. Nelson and Mr. Hanselman attended a basketball game .in Webster City between the high school basketbal teams of Sioux City and Webste City., The coach of the Sioux City squad 'is Rudy Carlson, son in-laws of Mrs. Bertha Nelson and 'brother-in-law of Birney Nelson and Earl Hanselman. Recent Bride Honored The Ladies' Society of ' the Presbyterian church held its .regular meeting at the rural home of Mrs, Edwin Marty Wednesday with a very good attend- anc<?. The business meeting was followed by a .social hour? Mrs, Everctt Schipull, guest f at the meeting and a recent bride, was presented with a gift, a picture of.Jesus,on Mount Olive, Guests at the' meeting included Mrs, Lucy Tillson of Livermore, Mrs J °W• Kiley, Mrs. Elmer Kubly, and-Mrs. Ralph* Block: The host-r ess served lunch. The next meeting-of the society will be Tues. - Wed., Jan. 13-14 Monte Hale in "UNDER COLORADO SWIES" Co-Hit Jean Porter "TWO BLONDES AND A RED HEAD" THurs. - Fri. - Sat, Jan..15-16-17 MEN'S OVERCOATS off Oninil IOKII,!,, ^ Pmy Sl»pm«i ' Directed by RAY KAUflRO , Produwd by COlBUt CIMK Co-Hit 'BULLDOG DRUMMOND STRIKES BACK" Serial — 'KING OF FOREST on Wednesday, January 21, at the home of Mrs, Curtis Morgan, Bridge Club Meet? ->, , . The Bridge dub of younrf m ;, r . ned . people met \Wednesday evening, at the home of Mr, and Mrs, Kenneth Sorensqn. /Bridge Wfts played at three-tables.'High honor was won by- Mr^s. Harry Lichty, (8 substitute, player rifa low, honor by Mrs, Jack" Harris, ' serye^l, Sun. • Mpn, - Tues. - Wed. . Jan 1809-^0-21 MEN'S WOOL SHIRTS 4= Heavyweights - Tweeds - Fleeces Regularly $6.95 and $7.45 %/ Regularly $8.95 and $10.00 6 89 BOYS WOOL JACKETS 25 A,vP Mackinaws , Fingertips Sizes 8 to 16 OFF THE GRE;^ 10VE DRAMA THAT TOQf I BROADWAY BY STORM! meet at pn Monday, e ,< The hssfesses wtt be the Mel* I, ' MEN'S JACKETS 1 Gabardine Poplin -v Heavyweight v >"! • •$ m % OFF BOYS DRESS PANTS PRICE 49 Jk MEN'S UNDERWEAR 2 1 25% Wool Irregu* ' lars were $3,45 * i. i s " t-t Knox Knit heavy coN fen^ rib wsrs $2,45 89 MEN'S WINTER WORK CAPS . 18e •M BOySfSWEATERS 98o 4-RUCKlEO|HpES Were '. '.-,-,' V «q'j|; , $4.39 • ' V V **.-, SoyswAii LEATHI 12 DOZEN MEN'S ' WORK m©YiS 'If

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