The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 18
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^;>v $'*r 3*. ""t r-nmi ni nmr- m i - - TJ j ^ r -- L -_......... .... Sfeflsy To County ,,.,—,-/—-The American Legion wliafy held its regular meejt- J Thursday evening with Mrs. ii L. Lease and Mrs.* J.oe Meur.er S'jHostesses. Mrs. Lease and Mrs. Meurer gave a very interesting repdrt oh their trip to the veier- ahs hospital in Knojcville in November, At tha.i time about 200 jvomen from the 8th district made 'the.trip to Knoxville for the monthly birthday party, furnished , the program and treats for inch who had birthdays that niOhth. - f he women yoted to §end a girl to Girls State-to be held in July , 3 There" will be a joint county Legion and Auxiliary meeting held here on Tuesday ev- , fcnitig, February 3rd with ihe , LuVerne post and unit as "as,, sistanis. '•' ;:Mr's. L, L. Pfeffer, president, japp.ointed Mrs. R. C. Bauer, Mrs. Tia'wrence Smith, Mrs. Luke Youngwirth, Mrs. Albert Neuroth, Mrs. Urban Neuroth and Mrs. 'ViOla Studer as refreshment committee. The spring conference of the •Lfegion and Auxiliary will be held iin. Des Moines, February 29th &hd March 1st. «, ; )t Was reported that $5 had been /giV'en to the local community 'Christmas treat; $5 to the Chris- '.tiari Christmas fund for European' relief; $2 to our adopted boy for a .Christmas gift; $15 sent to Knox- ,y|lle for gifts for veterans in the hpspital at Christmas; $5 to com- 'munity .chest drive; 34 gifts were sent to Knoxville to be used for bingo prizes at the hospital; purchased _200 tuberculosis "seals; 3 p.ounds of home made candy was sent to the hospital and felt hats, a donation to the Auxiliary, was sent to the hospital. . The next regular meeting will be held February 12 and will be a special Americanism program .With Mrs. Pfeffer and Mrs. Albert Neuroth as hostesses. Guests At Flom Home Sunday, Jan. 4 guests at the H. H. i lorn home were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan of Hutchins Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson. Mrs. Hiibert Hostess , Mrs. Norbert Hiibert entertained the double-four bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Charles-Nelson and Mrs. Clarence Nel- S.on .'were guests. Mrs. George Ward won high score prize, Mrs. Charles Nelson, travel and Mrs Ed- Hijdman low. Mrs. Hildman .Will .entertain the women on Thursday, Jan. 22. officers installed were the M"es _ „ ^..W.MM^^^ ,.._.„ „-„. *.^_0 dames J. A. Riggs. Johri Paulson P. G. Haynes, Clah' Robinson, H Ostercamp and T. Hans.en. 2. IJA A,' field their .regul&r * Wednesday ,evenip£ • f meetin "* •". *••*" *O ..' * *-M^**.fcH.i« t jr . .UVCJIIlill Following the business ijieeting 500 was played and Mrs. Frank Bleichi and Mrs. ..Carl Froelich won high and low score prizes respectively. Lunch was served to all including abput'15 mljn who had enjoyed cards in. .the" east Lot 500 Club Mrs. Lawrence Koppen entertained her Laf-a-Lot 500 club Thursday afternoon. Guests were Susie :P/effner, Mrs. Frank^Bleich and Mrs. Lawrenc.e Smith. Mrs. yiola Studer won high score prize, ftlrs. Alf Studer low and Mrs. ( Lon Gouge travel, Mrs Tilhe Loebig will have the next card party Thursday afternoon January 15. 18th Anniversary ^ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson Mrs. Norbert Hiibert, Ed, Joe and John Eisenbacher visited the Roman Eisenbachers at Armstrong \ Tuesday evening. The latter couple celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary that day They h.av : e a family of 10 children. He operates a meat locker. At Pre-Nuplial Shower •'Mrs. Roman Wilhelmi went to Bancroft Thursday evening and attended a pre-nuptial shower for her sister Cyrilla Vaske, who will become the bride of Melvin Sifert of Algona on January 19. The shower was given bv the W. C O. F. Royal Neighbors ''The Royal Neighbors met at the home of Mrs. Eunice Nelson Thursday afternoon. Mrs. George Hirner was elected as Oracle to succeed Mrs. Tillie Loebig who resigned. Mrs. Vee Mullin is recorder and Mrs. Nelson'is receiver. Soldier Coming Home ; .Mr. ahd Mrs. A. M. Lease have received word that their son Burrell-will leave Tokyo, Japan on January 7th for the states. W. S. C, S. Install ;-, Officers of the W. S. C. S. were installed Wednesday at the Chas ICraus home. Rev. J. A. Riggs installed Mrs. Kraus as president. Mrs. Paul Erdman, vice; Mrs. Curtis B.ens'kin, secretary; Mrs .Otto Henderson, treasurer. Other IH OIL FIRED FURNACE of weather. ICONOMr — owners report fuel savings up to CewyiNIINCI -w trouble free; easy to operate; long life.- UMN£ & MUCKIY Nprjh GREtn COLOniHL fHrmfitr 5F«virr Mrs. Ihno Gerdes, Mrs. L. Lease, Mrs.' R. Mayes attended a 1 o'clock luncheon .at the home pf wrs. Harold Gaplei-ud" at Clear Lake Thursday, Mrs. Marie Kunz and Mary Adine of Algona and Mrs. Joe Wynne of Albert Lea, Minn., also attended.. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Florn Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson anc Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson and family were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Wallace Don ovan home at Hu'tchiris. Fred Bahn of Berkeley, Calif, came' last' week to look after his land interests here and to visit relatives here and at Mason City He and his wife, the former Mona Studer, daughter of the late A. A Studer, \ purchased the • old home farm, now occupied by the Roman Wilhelmis. He was a guest at the Alf Studer home. Mrs. Everett Barr and two children -returned home Saturday night from a two weeks visit at her parental Glen Sargent home. . Mr. and Mrs" : Joe Miller took 'their daughter Virginia to Rochester, Minn., Thursday for eye .treatment. : Avery Fitch has sold his Viking oil station. Thursday evening guests at the R. E. Newbrough home were Mr. and Mrs. James Walker .and Mr and Mrs. Wilfred Loebig. The ac- casion was Mr. Newbrough's birthday. , Everett Ackerson, Mrs. Viola Studer, Bill Studer and Bobby Joe Kelch went to Superior Saturday to see the J. W. Kelch family. Mrs. Ackerson who'had assisted her sister several days came home and Bobby Joe who had been at his grandmother's two weeks remained at his home Li. aftd .Mrs,lieoMrd -M^e and babv Karen Lee N of Washington, p. ,C., came last week for a*-Visit Wjp his jparents 5$r, and W&. Sam Alne. Mrs. Laura McEnroe, mother of E. M,,<5JlsQ,H, Jias heeft irioved td a nursing Jlome at EmmetsbUfg fOr medical fare. She suffered a stroke several weejts ago. Vee Mullin, Aveny Mullin, Guy M. Butts, Preston Chapin artr 1 Curtis Benskin attended 'Odd Fel lows initiation ceremonies at For est. Cit^ w^driesday evening, Or yilje Smith and Vearl Benskin joined Jhe J.p.dge that evehing. Mr.' at\d Mrs. Axel Carlson Ralph ahd Norman left last wee)< for a 3 Weeks trip and Visit at Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carlson are at the Axel Carlson home. Mrs. Lawrence " Erdman ant Vtrs. Henry Go.et? were servers a the regular meeting of the Cath- alic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon. Lawrence Koppen, local furni- ure man, spent Mon'day and Tuesday in Minneapolis on business. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bentely and Susie .of Swea City were New Year's supper guests at the Will Hauptly home. They were en- route, home from Missouri where they had visited his relatives. Joe and John Eisenbacher went td Reading, Minn., Wednesday to see their mother, who is convalescing at the home of her daughter the Jake Strouths. Mrs. Eisenbacher is expected home this we'ek and Mrs. Strouth, a R. N., will be with her here several weeks. Mrs. Margaret Benton entertained her. bridge club Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Milton Bebo. Mrs. Tom Forburger and Mrs. Larry Youngwirth. Mrs. Nancy pawson won high score prize and Mrs. R. C. Bauer, <trav-1 si, Mrs. Alfred Erdman will have the next party. J uoms Air .Coffli walt'er Brocjcway^ th,e army air cbrp's ," drfy night fo\r Sari . wher£ -he $jil eni camp tfiere." New Scale For Bode Elevator Weighs 50 Tons Bode — The Farmers Elevator auilding project is progressing •apidly, and Mr. Ellingson expects t to be completed by Feb. 1st Phis week they are installing a scale put in by a Minneapolis concern, which will weigh 50 tons at once. The estimated, cost will be $30,000 when completed. INCOME TAX SERVICE Tax returns made out—Notary Public— I{<V)kkcci»ing—Account ing—Tax Counselor At your place of business or at my home. Coitvan Apartinent, Plione 214L1V o^mmwym day, hk t&9,t|ief r r,e46lyM 1, in>e'5,etWCi\ocWco£lsr T Richard &so»t foFM ; DJ- , ins, &tfar plaf ,0W has completed h& J0o,o.t at S,an Diego ahd s ott born Dodge, to Mr. and Better } - .> • -' SARG f "W^MP Tiy Miniq Martin Mickelson is 1 ill in Ihe Lutherah hdsu Dodge, with little Hdpig recovery. Born In Algona , A son was bofti at 4he Alg&no General hospftal to Mr. arid Mrs. Sylvan JacobsoA 6f Ottoleftj Mrs. J. B. Jacobson the baby's gr'ano* mother, called on her n.OJV grand soti Friday. He has been,named Arland Eugene, and he is now a member of a famity of six children. Wrist'In ?.aii Mrs. Tom Johrison last Saturday, while visiting her son Culvert Johnson in LiVermore, fell on ice and broke a bone in her wrist. Mrs. Lowell E. Cockrill of Liv- ormore is supplying as teacher in ;he commercial department of the 3ode high school, for Miss Elizabeth Devine who is still in Chicago following an operation on ler eye. Mrs. E. O. Berkland and daugh- ,er Margaret have returned from two weeks visit with her two Lolfs Creek—Newly elected officers of the Immanuel Lutheran church were installed New Year's day by the-Rev. A. F. Otto, pastor': Edwin Lieb, elder; Martin Me^er, treasurer; -Otto Ruhnke, chairman; Win. Kading, school bo'drd; Raymond Kading, finance. 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