The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 13, 1948
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fiwefl emore e, Tuesday .£ pffl&gW'ia.^igygf ^ '^ r " " '' ''; ''''^^^^W'f^^W^^ was served by Mrs, Wichtcrtdahl. Mr. and Mrs. John.ft.Saas entertained nine couples of pinochle at their homo W"~* ""• ingv PreaenT wei*< Melvin He-intich, Wrm Mrs" Henry Harms! Mr. afid M man Voigt, Fred MeWefrt ella Frisby, 'Mr. and '" Meyer, Mr. and Mi s , Lauck, John Leininger Ruth Schultz and son " Whittemore, and Mr.-a 1 frcd Erickson, Algon Whtte- Or- was , cards and 'a lunch served. Mr. and Mrs. Mathahs *Sjfe bresaifedwiih g table lamp iehieftdahls Hosis Mr, and Mrs. Henry Wiehten- drill entertained a number of their friends at their hbrnTThurs- ' Those ' r son were and Mrs. Lorcnz Gade Mr f nm n^ U ^' Er , Win tH Bel !i ,8? r - and ' Mrs - iner, and Mr. and Mrs. Aid Met i the members of Lutheran Ladies Aid a regular meeting Th noon in the audito School. After the reg routine part of the 1, two-quilts. Mrs. Art with, Mrs. Edward Geofge 1 Maahs, and Mr. and Mrs. Mick tooft, Arm strong, were Friday dinner guest with Mr. and Mrs, George Meyer The women arc sisters. * ' Madonna filbert e'htertaifie'd Hie junior members of th& Lotfa Creek Lassies 4-M club Friday afternoon. With the help of their club president, Irene Marte, they finished book covers for their Long [Time record books. »/r Bri 1 n .,, Es P c ' son of Mr, and Mrs. Milton Espe, is under the doctor's care having contracted pneumonia. , ' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley BrWan and .sons .Thomas , and David Clear Lake, spent last week vis- "ing^hore with thqir parents Mr. A. D. Brogan, and Mr. Waldron. Geral- IU1 H • it V ••--•» ~* i^fn. J^«l GJJ fiO i.Vi.1 I ickl aft 1 H rs ' Al D - B r°gan, and Mr. ter-1 a , nd ¥ rs - John Waldron. Geral- the I clme Rooney, R. N. Mas6n City, less ?2?° ^ sited at ^e Waldron home Jlted iden- Henry p— -.»«»..* it,, tuitA J.rj.l^MK J.At;jlI V Lauck were on the serving committee. ' ° Rex Swanson moved'Jiig family a«d household to hi|\father- m-law's'farm, the vJohrll Sabin place, where he built ii.home *• r ' i. . ^* "w**^ ci a.iivjiiit, earty thls.jvinter. • He ^ihished tioymg Monday: A Mr. Slmock. who moved from Omaha,!! West Bend, to open dentist's offjcp will move into the home vacated by the Swansons. . , A daughter was born to' Mrs. Alfred Bruhn at tKt Creery hospital Sunday .'i fThey- now have three' girls ancM boy. ^rs 1 . Bruhn was taken ytfe her ibme Monday afternoon.'^ » Dorothy Braalz returfl* to Westgate Sunday to resunfo her caching in a parochial sdhbol. af- Miss Rooney and Tommy Brogan returned home Friday evening. Mrs. Cele Wassom, ft. N., re turned to Sioux City Friday, af lor spending several days here with her parents Mr, and Mrs Peter J. Fuchsen, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller Armstrong, visited Sunday with Mrs. Kate Cullen and Mr. and trs. John Waldron and family. ^ a £iH tt jA^ Slagle'enter- • The Wortart'^Mdghbofly club met with Mrs. Stifling Sfmonson Wednesday. Wiftfliffg prizes wettt to Mrs. Gerald Mb*ft hfgft L Mfs. Pattofi, kw^ ttn. Frank . Meier .winning and . hi&h M ea Bell Mrs. German Voigt, travel and Herman Voigt Deceived the ch * lf Pnze. A delicious luncheon :er spending a two tion. here with her . and Mis. Louis Braat: Fred McWerther, l£ and Mr. and Mrs. Art! with were 'entertaino- Friday night at 'the and Mrs. /Ernie Mey ;eeks vaca- .rchls Mr. •Krisby "eiden- ibchle Mr Cook with CLEAN HOT^ ECONOMICAL Add io the gomforls of home wiih a Gas Slove- tor or -Automatic Wateif Healer Installed wilh ; After Hours—Sunday and Holidays , f Propipt * t " * Delivery Waiting ^; uu . 'ul god >aom iu> If It Burns Gas/ We Can Install and Service lit Phone 16 ' Harms HERMAN WALLER Phone" 9.42 J GLEN HARMS'IO ^ Phone 913LA " J tainod Mrs. 1. E. Drew, Lawrence, Harold and Maurice Drew, Cy- Jmder, and Jean Turke, Emmetsburg, at a dinner Sunday noon. Little Mary Jane Besth, 'daugh- and , ter o£ Mr. and Mrs. George Besch, Mc . became ill with pneumonia'at her home ancf has-been removed to a hospital in Buffalo Center. Her grandparents Mr, and Mrs. Conrad Alig and daughter Mary, visited the Besch home Sunday, Mrs. Alig remained at the Besch home to care for Mary "Jane's recent baby sister, Carol ^nn, and the family. , Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Benschoter drove to Eagle-Grove Sunday, to visit with friends/ Later in the afternoon they took their son Leon Bdnschoter to Ames where -ne is a freshman in the division of engineering. Leon spent the holidays' here with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Youngwirth and family and Mr. and Mrs. P. J ioungwirth and family of Wesley were supper guests Tuesday fevenmg at. the Edward You'n/- Winth horrte. Mr.-and Mrs. Mike Thul visited bunday at Emmets.burg at the homes of John Bisenius and Dr A. J; Laubenthal. Robert Kirschbaum, Terre Haute, Ind.; a senior from Loras college Dubuque, visited here with friends and in Emmetsbure last week. ' Matt Zeimet, Livermore, visited Iseyeral days here last week at the Mike'Thul home and frotn here he-went to help his brother John Zeimet, who is having a closing out sale, to move on a small acreage. ' Sunday guests at the Edward Youngwirth home were Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul Schrout and their two sons, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramer; St. Benedict; Mr. and Mrs. Marve Reding, St. Joe; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Plathe and iamily, and Mf. and Mrs. William McGuire, -Bode; Irene- Youna- wirth, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs, Xeoraard, youngjyiHh" and fjftily, Lotts Creek. , I Mr. and Mrs. Karry Schmeling and family were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Otto Schmel:mg home jin Emmetsburg, it- being the Schmelings' fifteenth wedding anniversary. Evening callers were Mr. and 'Mrs. Erwin Schmeling, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and family, Mr. and' Mrs Rudolph Hanover, and-family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand 'Bruhn. Mrs. Hary Schmeling-and daughters Harriet and Marilyn and so Wilfred also attended the Gad Eckert wedding at. St. Paul Lutheran church Sunday after •noon. S ,» *7 mo f T ' «>wr Mrs. frank Kollftsch, f-eceived travel prize, and Mrs. Pete Artdre, door prfjte. The next meeting of the club will be Feb. 6 at the home of Mrs, Frank Spilles. Mr. and Mrs, Reinhold Sate entertained their card club at their home Tuesday evening, Jan. 6, Of the four tables of 500 Lawrence Kirscliand Mrs. Joe Loebaeh Jr., high; Raymond Elbert and Mrs. Pete Andre, low; and Godfrey Loebach received the travel - ' " Recovers Sight In Eye After Recent Operation * i - ' f ' ' ''."'! Nip starting trouble L • _ Don't let unnecessary starting trou- ' ble plague your winterdriving! Save rself annoyance and expense by're- on the helj) of "Personalized Serv- J « ' Specialists . '. , Standard Oil Dealers ' WHO have satisfactorily completed the ^r course at Standard Oil's clinics ^* 1 car care - At these clinics , , , ,\ ^\\%> » • • the latest training raeth'oda are 'T^eiijpJQyed, Here dealers a^d Attend-! ," ^ aftts i leajn the newest, ways to <Jajre fo? »H{^ Jnd|vi4nal nee'4s of youj; car. And the; Oil Ledyard—Glenn Yahnke arrived home Monday evening from Glendale, Calif. Mis daughter Frances drove for him as far as Kansas City and then returned mmediately by -train to resftme her school work there. Mr. Yahnke underwent a cataract operation while out there and has recovered sight in that eye, Birihday Celebration »Tuesday afternoon a grou'ti of friends and neighbors went to Jim. help Mrs. Asa Warner celebra her birthday., Mrs", Warner wa given a lovely shag rug from tl (group, A delicious lunch wa served, by \the ladies.' Quests A! §a««6ft Mr. arfd Mrs, George Thompso were guests of the Ernest Behn Kondorf family at Bancroft o Tuesday evening. toderflefid Club The Modernette club met at the home of Mrs. Wm? Finema Mon day evening. A dessert lunch eon was served. Roll call was answered by each member on 'Odd Facts". Mrs. Reuben Rogness gave a report on the book Gentleman's Agreement" by Laura-Hobson. Other business was carried on as usual and the rest of the evening was spent socially. The same evening Reuben Hogness was host to a Modernetlc Stag" party at his home. The evening was' spent playing cards after which a'delicious lunch was served by the host. Amvel Auxiliary Meeis The January meeting of the Amvet Auxiliary was held at the home of Mrs. Aeilt Troff Tuesday evening with a go&d attendance. The meeting was opened by the pledge of allegiance. A business meeting followed. Mrs. Charles Bashara was named treasurer as Mrs. James Logan, treasurer, is moving to Algona where her hus- band fa employed., \ Mrs. Logan was presented with a lovely gift from the auxiliary for her fine work and loyalty to the auxiliary. (She will be greatly missed. Mrs. Troff served a delicious two course lunch. Moved To Algafta Mr. and Mrs. James Logan and children moved to Algona on Friday and will live in the Murphy Apts. on North Thorington. Mr. Logan is working in Algona. 3, |$4S lures at ih6 Gehe Fitzgerald farm, but when he gdt fieiftie fotfjy hd had lost all JdeBiifylftg fidtfeii. He also took a' picture for the family bt the six children, so he wrote for the n^fries, etc., and pasted their picture 1 on'an enve- lope with fhittttd ef g'airth df drert f Emfft, picture was ici _ u , Efnmetsbufg vpost i livered, and ,'ft '' promptly got his W. S. C. S. Meeting The Women's Society of Christion Service met at the church Thursday afternoon for the first meeting of the new year. Reports of the past year were given and Dlans made for the new year) Devotions were led by Mrs. D. B. wayer. The theme tor this year is That Thy Way- May Be Made <nown." A song of that title was ung by Mrs. Glenn Burrows and poem of the same title, written jy Grace Noll Crowell, was read y Mrs. Wilson Brack. A pledge erVice was held. Lunch was serv- d by Mrs. Glenn Burrows, Mrs d Looft. Mrs. Jack Welfare,' Irs. Cecil Pingel, Mrs, Tice Brack nd-Mrs. Harold Herzog. 'icture Enough As An Address Emmetsburg — A Wallaces' Farmer photographer took pic- FUNERAL HOME "WJIEHE nBVBRENCB AND DTGNITtl'"' HfNSIiniNE A SACRED MEMORY" '.' .' >\ ' Ambulance Service Day or Night Algona, Iowa . » Due to the death of my husband, Robert L. (Buss) Ackerman 3pe T at pubi j c , aucti - a j ** '— '"-ted 2 m u e o 3 m.les ea,t of Lone Rock; or 4 miles south, 2 mile, west and one mile south of Bancroft, o™ Sale to Start at 12:30 HEAD ,Luncb Wagon on the Grounds soon; 10 calvea, about 1 year oldj 1 old; 1 heifer 2 yr«: old. 2 HEAD OF HOUSES 2 1 bay gelding, 8 yrs. old; one sorrel mare 7 yrs. old. . '"** ABOUT 20 SJPOTTED POLAND CHINA FERpJ^a PIGS CHICKENS 225 No. 1A cro,, (Black Leghorn X White Leghorn) pullete.wor^,, culled and vaccinated' BUILDINGS 10x12 Cooper house, 4 yrs. old; steel garage 14x 18; small bropder house FARM MACHINERY , •-ft. Iiaiuinorinlir.,lN>)ti 1 sjiort'ielt? ItfoCormlck.JleerJng '5-ft"'}3 •; Cle«n Ensy jpor^blc .milking' wachine, 1 , T , oW? 3HcCo^ M leering.,>o. i ereftw sepnrah)i-,\ivi(h electric motor? haf F1 rack, 2 ruDDer tlr^.yogQB^.^woo^wheelVaffOHsj 2 flare ho^ej « 1 1 straight Dox^McCorinlck.DeerJnjj enasate seeder; electric f hoi^ I I \vnrai«Aif • 9 1.i_ff* i»^«,i i i »_ -. «... * r *^, - ySr * • v t r John Daere Model A tractor power lift and cultivator; 10-ift. Mc-,1). power binder; Jolin Deere Model II tractor and cultivator; John Deere 12.'ft, tractor disc; John Deere 4-sec, drag; John Deere 4-sec, spring: tooth; John Deere manure spreader; John Deere cylinder corn sheller with col) stacker; King and Hamilton 06-ft. eleyator with speed jack and hoist; Sandwich 4rf-ift. elevator with speed Jack, hoist and horse power; John Deere > r o. 6 combine, , eomyjete with straw spreader, pickup and wean 'sieves; John Deere ' hemp inflcliine, cenjerted Into an &ft, windrower;yl»8» Ford pickup truck; John Deere Xo, -tSO^-row corn planter with 160 rods of t wire and fertiliser attachment; John Deere 2»jl2 in. solid bottom plow? Johni Deere V S-J6 io, sM bottom plow| McCormick.Deerinr I4ttle Genius 244 in, plow; >Hnnibold<; manure loader with attach ,—*„ for j^ )( ^ ? -^wten |5.ft« i«iid roller; 50. mower; mick-lDeering 1 ,] j complete with gruslter Rpd catte^Jie»a, 1 year old waterer; 2 «.tf. feed bupks; hardwood flat rack^lOO bu hog- feeder; JJO.gral. barrel on stand; 2 SS-gnl. barrels;', drum with oil pHinp; 55 gal. App.wlth pump; oil brooder chicken feeders and "•«*«-«-°•"•»-•"—'-«set of Lesota^ocket in, electric hand drill; set,of ; g^ drills; S Monroe topis; 2 sets (i^ariiep and fly uets ..Many other Items »*" u hog ous to mention,. heater; d|.|, ff room , wltl» yowr imwker prior to time iy--m A, \ > 4 v,-'^®S?'"" Mi^»»q^^.4iK9 • "*"> - "'. »»-^ !^ ^i.^.^_^^ ^ __

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