The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 13, 1948
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S 2-A!§6«(1 Bes Moirt&s Tu^sttfiy, Janudfy 13, 1948 11th Birthday, Lone Rock, For Anderson Girl Lone Rocks Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson entertained the following girls at a birthday party for their daughter Marlene's llth birthday, Sunday afternoon: Doris Rath, Marjorie Houck, Bonnie Hawks, Kathryn and vloan McGovern, Rose Ann Gross, Sharon Gardner, Betty Person, Karen Johnson, Barbara Mueller, Judy Newbrough, Janet Newbrough, Margaret F'ox. Games were "played, with orizes urnni* ,to the winners. A delicious lunch of 'Birthday cake, decorated with orange and white, which "was • .the predominating color for. the entire party. Ice cream and sandwiches were cdso served. Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Schmidt at Fenton. ' Gordon visited at the (Seorge Hanna home Saturday afternoon. .Mr. "and Mrs. Edw. Ohm attended the funeral of Elmer Fauerby at afternoon; Fenton, Satur- V. Johnson on Thursday nighl Mrs. Jack -Mat-low and sons returned home Sunday hight after a visit with her sist« f Mrs, Roy Bfftlndrd at OfflaftS, Neb. and Mrs. Card Patty Hosis Mr. and Mrs.' Andrew Thomson entertained at a 500 card party at their home Thursday evening. Those present for the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, •• Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Dick O'Donnell. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mr.- and Mrs. Ralph Thompson. Miss Neva Thompson, Mrs. Frank Flagi. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson,"Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blancharcl. High prize for women was won by Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, low for women, by Mrs. Ralph Thompson, high foV men was vyon by ' Jack Quinn and low prize was won by J. M. Anderson. Dick O'Donnell won the travel, prize, A., delicious lunch was: served by the hostesses. Mrs. Wadsworfh Dies Word was received here by relatives of the death of Mrs. Jim Wadsworth of Armstrong. She passed away Wednesday and was a former Lone Rock woman, living on a farm I'L- miles south of Lone Rock.? Rural Sewing Club The Rural Sewing Circle met at the homo of Mrr. H. A. Holmgren Wednesday December 21. Christmas gifts m-re exchanged and the Secret jisters were revealed. Ten- members were present. A lonely lunch was served by the hostess. Returns to Omaha Gordon Ohm left ..Sunday noon for Omaha. N-•!:>., after spending since Christmas Eve at the parental Eclvv. Ohm home. He attends the Electronic Radio and Television Institute there. Eugene Radig went with him as far as Adel and from there he went to/resume his studies at the University of Iowa .xat Iowa . City.. Gordon and EcU% were ' New Ydar's dinii?« f 'antf"sup"p"'er guests at'the home of; his grandparents, The Band Mothers will span sor a card party Thursday even ing, January 15, at the Lon Rock gymnasium. All are invil ed to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dreyer an> son of Algona spent Tuesda nieht at the Sam McCleish home Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller an his father George Miller attend ed the wedding of a brother, am son, Maurice, Miller of F#f Dodge to Alice Stoddard 0 Humboldt at the St. Mary' Catholic church at Humboldt on Monday morning. Her siste Joan and her cousin Ben Wielj of Wesley were their attendants Thoy left on a short honeymoon trip to Des Moines, returning tc the Joe Miller home Wednesday Maurice leaves next week to two months schooling in Vir ginia. Mrs. Herbert Wallace and chil dren spent Thursday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs Ray Smith. Algona, The Ralph Hurlburt family spent Thursday evening visitini the Herbert Busch home at Al gona while Delbert Blanchard Dale Schroeder, ; Betty 'Person and Rita Hurlburt attended 4-H officer's school at the Hubbard school at Aleona. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thompson spent Tuesday in For Dodge. Mrs. Hiram Ackerman of Bur drove to Fort Dodge Fridav to meet Mrs. Ida Tarbell of.Water- loo, who came to attend the fu eral of Mrs. Jim Wadsworth. Armstrong and to visit Mr. anc Mrs. Alex Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cotton and N. L. Cotton were Thursday dinner guests at the W. J. Cotton home in honor of W. J. Cotton's birthday. . The Ladies' Mite society me) Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Art 'Pricbc with Mrs. Delmar Fischer, assisting hostess. Some missionary letters were read by Mrs. L. Kingma. Lunch was served to 28 members and ten visitors. It is unknown as to wherp the next nv-'ting will be held. . The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Fred Genrich Wednesdav afternoon with Mrs. Fred Flaig assisting hostess. A paper ..on initiation was given by Mrs. Genrich. It was voted to send lOc per member to the March of Dimes. Lunch was served to two visitors and 15 members. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Welch' qf Knoxyille were Wednesday morning and dinner guests at the W. G. Flaig home.' " • : Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gammel- gaardj-pf Ringsted visited David Johnson, who ^is ill with an ' ear infectio'tf th'is''week;?at tHfe*h"Offfe of his. narfinta• Mr. :and•'• Mrs. 'L. , . , . , W>ii, Scfti'fltfer and Mrs- Bftirtid Qeest^att a( tended the funeral of AlfeStl Schrader .at the Methodist church at Burt, uTeSday" afternoon* Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cttlbertsott and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbeft- son, Shirley and/ Frances, of Fenton attended the funefal of Charles Jacobson at 'Minneapolis, Minn,, Thursday. Shirley Culbertson spent Friday visiting at the" Joe Culbertsott home. Annual Lutheran Meeting, Seneca Held January 6th Seneca — The Seneca Lutheran church body held its annual congregational meeting at the church I'uesday afternoon, with the ReV. Harry C. Malstre presiding at the meeting, Following the reports of the pastor and the other organizations within the church, the regular business was carried on which consisted chiefly of the election of officers. Ted Jensen Was re,-elected vice chairman, Odey Cherland, secretary, P. H. Jensen had an additional year to serve as treasurer, so no election for treasurer was in order; John Johannesen was elected as trustee for a three year term to. succeed his. father, Ole Johannesen, v who has served as trustee for many years. Henry Looft was elected a deacon for a three year term to succeed Otto Wilberg, who has served in that capacity for several years. A. E. Nelson was re-elected Sunday, school superintendent; Lawrence Johannesen and Kenneth Thompson as auditors, Henry Looft as sexton; Delores Wilberg as pianist, Morris Johannesen, Jerry Olsen and Jack Looft as ushers, Mrs. Henry Looft, caretaker of the communion service; and delegate to the convention at Minneapolis in June, Curtis Olsen. The janitor is to be hired by the joard of trustees as is the cemetery caretaker. Aill t* 61 *f'Ufi«1lrA#!W*r** iV^ij. ' V.^ijuSLr 'lf,i,vkiijt vt^ijlf»Va",.ta.«,. J k'»V^ JfcXiVfci'.rW ' aAjrWHhSfli. 1 .'.La'j^. ^'jf.'fVs'ifci iill« "v Mrs. Yager and the C, 6.vl$4tl&ys h&d been invited 'to the' Mfejf , , "Bud f Huflt, Dvho sutetflittdi thfe reffiovdl of a cyst at i!fe of his spine at an Algewa hosgital team *Aefl v uup -itfaysdv ' redefitly, is recuperating- at tlSe Y The boys' $ame was & 'ruln*aw&y ' home of Mf. and Mrs, <»narl&5 for Sehecd who took' the , gfihie Aft ttH atr-Jlt* j^fL Jt.ii 1 at, J iti,^ in^a -,*. ,J . j.. .h , , Sehecft alrls 'KSd - £ haM 4?-27 with Seraiff thB&ffttt aughter enlte, girls at a Sleighing party alVs'Sehast- played the Maple Hill team the The Seneca basketball -te&ms f6r the,locals, Jack Looft 13, Jerry heck'up On Arm Lyle Culbertson,' who broke his arm recently when he fell on the ce at school, had a dheckup Monday by x-ray'to see how the bone >vas knitting. It was advised that he cast be left on an additional veek after which it will be nec- esasry to start exercising the arm lue to the break being so close o the elbow. Recovering From Fall , Mrs. C. O. Bailey took her nother, -Mrs. G. W. Yager, back o her home at Fenton, Monday, norning. Mrs. Yager has spent he past few weeks at the Bailey lome recuperating from a crack- d bone in her wrist -which she ustaftied when she slippjSi and ell-«ori«thre»ie««afcth« hom^Sf her. randdauffhter Mrs.,Sheldoh Mfr- BUTTERFAT PRICES December 15 Through December 31, 1947 The following prices were paid by the Algona Cooperative Creamery Co., for whole. .milk on a butterfat basis Bufterfat ID. 1.18 Butterfat ih. 1.00 Butterfat ib. 98c F. O. B. ALGONA Ethyl Gas Distributors of Pasteurized B, D. Tested Milk Pasteurized B, D, Tested Cream Iowa State Brand Butter Powdered Milk Al-Co-Tex Gas Al-Co Vee Dol Tractor Oil Non Taxable Tracto/Fuel ALGONA CO-OP CREAMERY CO. Phone 400 -,"•.' FLEET OWNERS! 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