The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 13, 1948
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' v v> J » v A^*'/:' V sJ;,V - jf *.',( -/,,. imrrn' r " ra ffCElEXL THIRD SECTION ^frit^A-Lu^t-. Boys, Girls ; - * L r>"";lW*%. ' \/^-< ; ;,lpj I-H Youth Ih Lively Session }>a i *i, _ .t lere & -,.., ~... ,boys attd girls. __. - of 4-H clubs, ahd slk lead- attended an annual officers hool at the high school etd Thursday aftcr- rtd eveniHg. This feprc about two-thirds of the «lub officers in the county, '! The training s'chbol otfenfid at 'ni 3 .5-H a "d continued till recessed |at 6:30 for supper. 1 ,This consist- jetl'pf four discussion groups, one i each for clUb presidents, vi6e ^presidents, secretary-treasurers, "/and reporters. The groups me( in separate Classrooms and tlls» cus'sed their .official duties,' eJc- l ^changing information and'fdeas. r ; Oryille Muller, Whfttemore, ,,cbUnty, boys 'president, and Marv jAnnj' Rustomier, »Btftterbft, girls !1£ ., 1 A ent l,- 1 S?' t h ,P Residents ' ^SH?' nrtd ,Gcraldine Kollasch, , 4Wnittcmorc, county ' girls vie ^pfesldeht, and-Jane Keith) Plum « Crook, led the vide president .gtoupi .. ' , t ./•^Troycc Bruns, -Titonka, countj , sctretary-tceasurcr, and 'Dpno •can<StUder, Corwith, county boys ;,s x ec*retar^-treasufcor ) -led the sec ' ^^^-troasurier * ' group, - and 1 ;Llpyd Osborn, Seneca, and Kath- ^r,yn KirSCh, Sti Joe, county boys ,?np £irls" historian respectively , led -.their group. ' , ' \ /,'Ai 7:30-"p. m. all groups • 1 reconvened •'., f dr recreation, ! this ihe gymnasium, ,.. Where Henry Muller iaughi ' ihe square dance io - piano • music by-Mrs., A. t. Brown. - The' counly officers led in ' ". games,.and Joan McWhorier 4 led' group singing. The rneei- ,- ,mg was adjourned at j):20. Mrs. ,Bruce Lowerjstein, I Lu- Verne girls' leader, Mrs. O, E. Chamberlain, Irvingtoh,' chairman 4-H girls county committee. Mrs. Wayne Keith, P,lum Creek, Darrel -Newlin, Eagle township boys leader, Mrs; Butler, Whit. temore girls leader, and Forrest Ives, county extension youth as- 'sistant, were in attendance: JANUARY 13, Dance* Bend Farm School °ne hundred' ahd thirteen ?!?! '"^attendance record at third West Bend Adult Agri- .ural Evening School January -j. This does not include speah> efs or entertainers at the meeting. „ The meeting' was opened at 7:30 p. rti. with two films Power the Land Algona Boy Qri Way To Trouble Spot |i92 Years Old -* Wesley: Jake Hauptly obscrv- 92nd Birthday, January 3, .that ^evening were, Henry 'pf, Al' -l_ *. •« « - -.. v *.**ii,iij) j. WWWL . „„„„ and a film taken by Torn Montag m combat missl6ns over Europe. v . Mrs. Claibornc, West Bend mu- ic instructor, furnished two musical numbers that were enjoyed by all Doris Ruggovy played an alto sold ahd Richard Cook sang & solo. . ( Attorney Leslie Pritchard of immetsburg gave a most dnterest- ng talk on income tax reports and estate planning. Mr. Pritch< ard pointed out-many deductions not commonly,, thought about When one is making out income stimatc rooorts. His talk was most valuable to all who attend-" tid. ' , i ;,-''' . Mr. E, J. Mabon, vocational ag. instructor, made several announcements. Several fafmers D8VG so'd Oi* pui*cli3SGcl through thjs medium at this night school. The session was adjourned at the regular closing , time ten oclock liowover. Mr. Mabon, showrd another, film on the reconditioning of ' a /two bottom tractor plow to those who wished Jo remain after the .meeting'ad- iourned. Leaving For Texas Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Hunt, who with their baby live on their own farm east of Algona, are leaving within a week for two months, in Texas. They will not lave to worry about living quar- -ers, for they will travel in a railer fully equipped for house- ceeping. They intend to head 'rst. for »some point on the Rio Grande. Divorce Decree Id,Ann, Hauptjy,-of, Algona 'arid ie- J 'Will' Haupt'lys and' Lawrence oppjsns.- r T , v -t_ « , A divorce decree from Black- liawk county in the ease of Inez vs. Henry Goetsch was recently Hod in the court clerk's office here. - Mrs. Goetsch was given the custody of two-children, With-a support allowance of '$100' a month. "She was also granted $3000 alimony, which Mr. Goetsch has,already/paid. ' " '. Evereii J. Brown/United Slates Marine Corps, pictured here,' son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown, may b* on his way to the Mediterranean with reinforcements for American ships in that troubled zone. That is the belief of his parents Everett, private first class, just completed an 18-day leave here with his parents, after being in the Mediterranean area for the past eight months. He flew from Des Moines to Quohseta Point,,, R. I., to board the carrier USS Leyte, sister ship of the Midway. The carrier was scheduled to\ return to Greek Waters this week. Everett spent 3',£ years in the navy during the war, -and reenlisted in the marines in January, LOCALS Delores Hammer relurrt6d i Minneapolis, Minn., Thursday, i resume her nurses' traittlttg a St. Mary'g hospital. .She ha, been, 6h a three weeks vacation which she "spent with' her siste &nd brother-in-law, Mr,, and •Mrs. Albert Slobe. -Mrs. Martha Rammer, mother of Mi's. Slobe and Dolores came 'from Cedar" Falls before Christmas and Will remain at the SlobeS artothet week. Mr. and Mts. Waller Boeckholl are parents of their first child, an . 8-%-lb. daughter, -Cherrie Ann, born Monday at the Kos'-< suth hospital. Mr. Boeckholt is employed at the Cowan Supply store. • "* Dennis Gahsfn came Monday from Lincoln,''Neb., and fook his Wife t back With him. She had remained for a longer visit since before Christmas, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre. . James, son of Mr. and Mrs. fii L. DeZcllar, and Jane, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmey- of, haye gone to Washington, D: C: James will do clerical work ahd Jane will enter civil service. M*. and Mrs. George Sefrit were at Des Moines, Friday and Saturday, the former attending an executive council meeting of the agricultural vocational association at the Kirkwood hotel. ; Mr. and Mrs. Jule Seilef We*6 gufests at the parental Henry Sc*i- 'letf home, Wednesday. . Mr. and "Mffc -Alfred S«mdn Mfl as guests*, SKnday, their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. anti Mrs. R. W. Welp, and Ed- wflrd Joe, of Storm Lake, and 'Mf. and MrsV'NomVan Chrlsteh- se , -— — ~;~a— —»"/ »>»«• vi mi, ana «7j Wl , lliar ? Sengbusch, came Wednesday from Laramie r WVo, .for a visit of indefinite length •He is employed as brakeman on a railroad there. Quests of Mrs. Clara Prali last wcjek were Mr,'and Mrs. Henry 'Bmnncr, Webster City, the for- ncr an uncle of Mrs. Pratt. He : s on leave from the Veterans gospital, Des Moines. - 'rlin Simonsen of Sioux Js, came Monday for a scv- days visit with his cousin arkl his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Simonscn. .«, -,-.- Sj aley, former Algonian now living at Rockwell City, un- I«'Went surgery at the Lutheran iffspital, Fort Dodge, last week fljonday for the rc-moval of gall mcs. She will be there 15 2Z^ S> Wlth ncr Wc ™ ' lf -'f ncph- m, Lynn Busch, and Mrs. Hor- *rt Busch, who remained at Wt Dodge several days, f Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parsley ff, El wood Park, 111., are parents |f)a daughter Patricia Ann, born December 7. Mrs. Parsley is the former Ila Leffcrt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert. The Parsleys have two Other children, sons Bruce and Allen. Recent gUJMlA 6f Mri, M*e 4 Butterfield Were her mother, Mrs. Bertha Eckholm, and her sister Mrs. George Hall of Mason City, Mrs. Hattie Andrews of Chicago, 111., Mr, and Mrg. Marion Butterfield of .Fairmont, Minn., Eloma -Wood of Rolfe and Paul Hilbert. Beryl, son of Mrs. Butterfield, left-last Friday for Fort Lewis, Wash,, following few weeks leaVe here. . Mrs. Meal Smith Is slowly' re covering from her recent attack of pneumonia and has been at her home since before Christmas prior to this having been a patient at the Kossuth hospital. She s up only part of the time and is being cared for by her niece Mrs Mac Buttcrficld. Mr, and Mm R. F. Sperry recently received word from their son Robert J. at Camp Drew, Tokio, Japan, stating he has been promoted to corporal. He has been located, there since last March and is chief money order clork in the postal department. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles returned Thursday from a few da,y,s buying trip at DCS Moines. Grace Hoswall, sister of Mrs. H. Taylor, who had been hcrfe from Chicago, 111., for the holiday, returned home last midweek. Mr. and Mrs. Don • Alt and Marilyn Darby and Sally, formerly of Cedar Rapids, have moved to West Des - Moines, where 'they have purchased 40 At Portland F~Burequ Session Portland—The Portland township Farm'Bureau group met with Mr .and Mrs. Ray McWhorter Thursday-evening, Jan. 8th. The 1948 farm out look was dis- cusesd 'with county agent A. L Brown as leader. Musical numbers were furnished by Shirley Lockwood, and Larry Holding 61 Burt and Earl Zweifel and Earl Huismaht - A " home. Mr. Alt has bech made chairman of the program directors for radio station KlOA, the new station to be ready for operation in a short time. Mrs. Alt is the former Isabel Greenberg, daughter,of Mr. and Mrs. Joe, Grechberg. ' Richard J. Slrayer, S2-c, son of Mr. and Mrs/Glen Slrayer, is home from Oahu, Hawaii, on a 52-day leave. Prior to coming here he had attended an eight weeks trade school course and is now a ..»wr.«;-i report back at „„, February 8, ahd-^ „„ the islands. > ,; ' , ,1^, Mr. and M«. MaMeW «* who had been'llvftig afclp; W. camp the p&st\,tw'o yt moved into-an apartftieiftt Ifl former McEnroe house, 6rl McGregor street. >•'"',• , Mr. amTitot ifegMf "&« had as guests from th'ursdijy Saturday DaVe Sullivan* of'', Moines, uncle of Mrs. Steven. .»' ist tUli VOO CAN'T BE SO SAO. THEY YOU TOOK THE PIRST PRIZE AT A CHURCH BEMEPIT. > January 14 Beginning at 2:00 P. M. Sharp mbers s Range ^^^ . t * * * Who Are We, Anywa'/? * i * • \Sifbject came, up at BiJl,>feb.. * fctcr's, tbe' 7 oth(?r' dny, i\n \vp were chatting OV.CF beer arjU pretzels. Just vvJipmre the f olkji w|ip n) pke up , <wr t !0wn? Wherc'd thev'cqme frojn? '.Doo HolHfovM Scotch- "• 1 in * diffevcnce? don't'matter.— \Vc're .'e free, united land. And froin where I sit, ' what inakes o(ir towns apcf eitips strong, «n P es ?yj y,nDey to were mining' , toc k from' , h ip of,individual l)$$?$ v«m»; Skip Po^vpJJ's f am ', brought us people from al) fri e ,,,.,, brewers back in Upland, . -a,, t » t{US ^- lo p TOV o WM respect ftr Guess o«r bloodstream's^t" » 4 ,one;«notfter'? right? is the greyest ^bito| every country of ^gjob p 4, boncf humanity canUno\y| l|tll{%pt'^Ifferenpc's JR tas'tft'»n4 ' , ,- . /O * /T* v 't, 1 «_'• '-^Mfi. . " i*" T ^y'?^ »-*-tTO , ' I ,1 ^ , L Inf .•> ^•icpuaHjes JL. '•^•vyeiiei, ?K*^jvinier; : C. ,lgcptt, 'Frank-.Becker, ,Bi Harvey and W. Stewart.fLuttch,was served by Mesdames John Truhk- hill, Emil EiiMrs, Ed Wolf, Howard Sparks and Earl Miller to forty men and women. Mr.'ind .Mrs. Anthony Jandl spenr Thursday- at Emmetsburg ^ith Mr .Jandl's sister. • _ Mrs - ^Ray McWhorter 'went (to Cedar Rapids Friday evening for several;"days with' Mrs. ,- Bayon Sheehan; • ,,, ' „ „ ' • Marie .Yo.ung .and Joan' McWhorter • attended a''county 4-H meeting/at Algond Thursday evening. • f • , • ' v . " -Mrs,-W.-J. Stewart* attqnded ah at the Inman home near Bancroft Wednesday afternoon. Richard Dugan .was released from the Kossuth hospital Satur-', day following • treatment for a severe case of pneumonia. He will stay at the Jim Kelly home until he is stronger. Mr. and Mrs. K,elty are hi* uncle and aunt. LuVerne Folks On West Coast Trip • LuVerne: Mrs. Bertha Hunt and'son EJmcr left Wednesday for a motor trip to the west coast and they expect to be away six weeks They will go first to Walla Walla, Wash., to visit their son and brother Ralph Hunt. They will also visit a son and brother Albert Hunt in Los Angeles Calif. Herman Vorland; neighbor, will take care of the farm duties- during their absence. Buys Restaurant WhiUemqre; Reinhold Sal? has purchased the restaurant known as Joe's place }n Livermore 'and intends to -leave Whittemore with h»s family about Feb, 1 to take possession.' 'The S,al ZS ,will •Ijve m an apartment' directly ov- ef the restaurant,. Mr, Sal? has bees(employed here witjj ,tjje Wmttemere Farmers presmery, and.; fop the past .twp years lie was employed with the eity. ' at the Pratt ^^^.^Mi^m^m^^^m "<l *? !j * ¥ • "" y~* _ "* 'if • * j f. ^"v»f v\ ^Jj^f,- *,^ t <f >- ' -- * **"* — f •* ^ Appliance Store J ' Cond "c*ed by Mary Jane Blake, CKarnfaers HoVne Service Director &$&2£ FRiE DOOR PRIZES Kent 16-piecc Hostess Set Glass Coffee Maker Automatic Travel Iron Norton Hog Fee'der fTitlt* Wayl fl 1 fa -i. 1 <<, „ t * },^ HIGH SPEED 'OVEN BURNER SERVICE* i'| -CABINET Pressure Cooker Electric Egg Cooker Mary Jane Blalce ,' "}5r Complete Menls Will Be Prepared and Then Served To You! JffeRMOWEU^ x Come! Bring a Friend! ""^^^"^"^— ' , Lunch and Dinner^ Prepared. ,, •'- - • - -™— - ou Watch . . . and You as a Special Treat! In-A-Top Broiler Thermoweil Broiler, Brojior . for 'b oust iron unit is not «n TJiermoweW, voiy eyes Mwrf. genuine brp|iJn9 t - not linking, p, ?rnry'J««e JJJjiko COOKS WITH THE GAS TURNED '' B ffl^MaBii NOTHING JO ' «

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