The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1948 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 20, 1948
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tfShha fttftn.v.Ca-roI MttVfywtfanlM - and ,Nariey,,MudsM/ Bhiriw and, fib*. ,1s-:Wiehern.'Mafttoe'i. Olbs6M, iMax-- ffi§ JohnSfjft,, Jtftte,, Bilsborough, DMIfeft* L£e, - Vif KMla Thorhpsoh and Jm'Glapsaddle.,Games were glttyed artd •/fefreshrriortts ••were Served at the-, close 6f the afteti- -HbdH.. •> H' /virsi, Raymond , PdtFigrew ' arranged ,a '25th .wedding- ariniV6rs« a'ry eelebratiortj Sunday. eVertlne, for her parents Mr. and Mrs. Eel ,;Pereandev .-• prominent farmers .•living,-, heat; Lucerne. Twenty guests 'Were, present and .the .evening, was spent, at Cards.'<HigH 'score prize-winner was Edward Hartselman and the low score nrlze was Won by Robert Witten- blirg. t Yesrbooks Distributed— Methodist women have received -, their 1948 yearbooks covering ;the officiary of the local church find program assignments of the j The official roster of -thd church includes: Wesley Bartlett, S. S. supcrin- 'tendent. Mrs. Anton- Didriksen, 'W, S. C. S., president; , Janice Bartholomew, president Senior •Youth Fellowship; Perry M, Col- 'lirts.* financial secretary; Harold 'Jj. Gilmore, treasurer; Lawrence Hutzell, recording secretary. • R. R. Hutzell, lay leader; C. R Schoby, chairman official board W! A. Foster, trustee chairman Mesdames L. G. Maasdam and w. A. Foster, communion stew ards; Marvin .Anderson, choir di• rector; Ruth .Ann Clement, organist: K. L. Hagg, head dsher Fred Will, janitor. Other -trustees are D. L. Leffert. treasurer, C, R. Schoby, A ,P. Cruikshank. M. G.^Norton, T C. Hutchison, R. F. Donovan. J. P. Weber, Fred Kent,' E. R, .Rising tWrm C. Dewel and 'W.'<S. Windell .are honorary trustees. Fifty-three men are listed as members of the board of stewards. , ' Mrg. L. L. Riter'is W.'S. G. S. vice president;-Mrs; H. • C. ' J6- hannsen, recording , secretary; Mrs. Don, Nelson, treasurer; Mrs. F. M. Sterling, promotion secretary. Secretaries and .chairmen "ifor various purposes are Mesdamcs B. A. Thorpe, R. A. Davidson; L.. . <Reed, L. S. Muckey, Eva Ville. A. E. Lauritzen.r Harry 'kogstrom. L. R. Potter, C. 'L 1 .ng^ersoll, R. O. Bjustrom,.,W. G. vrcCutloueh, w. A. Runchey, >Neal Smith, Walter-Klamp. Myr"- Vining, H. M. .Harris,- V. K. wfr'ESI' - ?-• F ; Doi >ovan, v Clint Hf_,ii»h«!r, *Mrs:rJohn';McGulre.": v, * Lists'-«: fof- • hostesses*'ion,' 12 monthly 1 ,- meetings 'are given: - •*' , -Monthly Wesleyan Service Guild meetings are 'also given President is Margaret- Hunter Secretary, Jeanette Jacobson treasurer, Flora Tiss. ' :<Two pages are devoted to com« rmttee lists. Hostesses -and -,program committees are name,d, for .monthly meetings of the 'Bible Searchers class of \vhich Mrs Lolal Ladendorff is president. President of the M. A |Y. 'class is -Mrs. John Fraser, and 'of the Men's Brotherhood' L. H. •Hutzell. i i . . >, Sunday , school divisional 'superintendents are:- A'rlo 1 G Woods, adults; Mrs. A. -E. ,'Lauritzen, youth; Mrs. Harold Fitch; ; Junior S\ S.;-all-primary,;-Mrs: ! R. R. Hutzell; Mrs. Margaret',Reed, primary; Mrs. Wesley -Barton, kindergarten; nursery Home 1 Roll and- nursery supervisor, .Mrs. Don Nelson and Mrs. Arlo G,--Woods, respectively; 1 'Mrs. R. ,O; Bjustrom, secretary; D. L;. :Leffert, -treasurer;. Mrs. .Flora -Tiss';and'''Mrs. Mabel 'So'renson, librarians. ,,-—T- HdSifisi&s^a f Mrs/ Harold Fitch ahti /.Mrs, Lawrence Hutzell -untertainec ""—ladles at breakfast,.Wed morning, , >, •• . 6 mad Alaskan Talk- :' THe'Womah's Association,6f thi m£??M t6H?ih church ' .wjll me'e •Thursday*, Jan. 22 for , a l';ir liihchedhvwith Qircle D ,and Mrs R.,H, Gudbnan as chairman, serving»-A program has been arrang Mrs. L. W. GllleSpie • anc talks on Alaska will be given by Doris and, Dorothy Young who have recently-reiurned'frdfn Candle and Fairbanks rcs^ectfv^y. HbsiesseS To Class - Mrs. Wm. Ladendorf, MA James. Fml6y and Jane, Walker werer hostesses to the"* •"ftitale Searchers class, Tuesday -a'f" the •hprne of the« former's nipce, Mrs. MafgaretjrReid. -There wore 25 irt attendance. All those present signed a card to be sent to" Mrs. Edna M. Smith. Mrs. Ray Ladendorf assisted Mr. Reid.' Cfe*co Chums Meet— - The-Cresco Chums 4-H club met Monday, Jani 12, ., at the home of Manjoric -Kollasch. There was 100 percent attcnd- Q "ce. "The girls decided to contribute $3.00 or more to the county group for garden.sceds to be, sent overseas: It was decided to send the seeds 'to Germany. For the program there was a discussion on salads, their value/ in the diet, different salad combinations, and recipes were ex changed, - Marjorie Kollasfl gave a demonstration on making good cocoa. Mrs, L ft. Potter, Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. Mrs, RJ O. Bjustrom Is secfe» tary of the Wesleyan . Service Guild. Committee chairfneh' are: Mesdames W. ^.^McCullough.Wi A, Runchey, Neal Smith, Walter Klamp, Myrtle* Vifting, and A, E. Launtzcnt H., M, -^Harris, .V. K. Ris ng,' R F, Donovan,- Clint Lighter. ,Mrs. John McGuire is representative to the board of education. Mrs. L. J. Reed is' seoretary^.for the department of local activities and Mrs. L. S. Muckey is her/ •sislant. ^Circle chairmen are: Mesdames > Leonard Mad^d No. 1; C. R.'Schoby, 2; H, S Montgomery, a; Jotitt • T. McGuire, 4; Fred Will, 5; L 5 M, Merritt, 0;'J, B, Asa, V; Sidriey spear, 8; P. M. Collins, 9; fien Potter, 10. .- ' General medtings are held the '"it Tlntrsrtav in the- month and arc preceded by a 1 p. rfi. 'iincheon: circles meet at the homes of members* on the third ucauaj* 01 uie. month at 2 p. m, The. -Wesleyan -service • guild has a dinner-meeting the fourth Monday of each month at 6;30 p. m. at the church. Hostess— ,' > Mrs. Joe»Wilhelmj was hostess '/»' ° the'members of her card club if B,Wednesday evening. High score §ra'^ s ^ on by Mr ^ '" Mil ^n » KDahl and,Mrs. T. H. Vauglih-'won the travel prize, ;•$, Surprise Parly—Mrs. Gale Haase' was given a A Birthday Dinner— ' Mr., and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth, Algona, entertained a dinner, Sunday, in honor of their son Marvin's third birthday anniversary. His grandparents on both sides, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth and Mr. /and Mrs Chris Jenson.wereguoEUs, also the uncles and aunts Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. ^Wm. iPecli, with their respactive children, Verdean Shaw ( and Robert and Connie Pech, and Mr and 'Mrs. . Clarence Eisenbarth son G.ary, daughter Jeanne. 1 All iclped .Marvin celebrate. The af-- ternoon diversion . was*, court whist -and 500. Install W. S. C. S. OfficeTs— At _the January luncheon mect- ng of the W. S. C. S. new officers -for 1948 were installed They are: •President, Mrs. Anton Didrik- en; vice president, Mrs. L. L. liter;-recording secretary, Mrs. i. C.i Johannsen; treasurer, Mrs. Jon Nelsonf Department socrc- aries are,: - •**. ^Mrs. F. M. Sterling, Mrs, Bur- on'ThoTpe,>R.''A. Davidson, Mrs. j-.J. .KeeavMrg. L. S.'Muokey, Mrs. Eya .Wille^QVIrs., A.'SB: -Eau- itzen,->'Mr&,' South Cresco Party-" The Mothers and Daughters -_ub of So. Cresco-entertained at a family party Thursday evening at thp home of Mrs. ' Wayne Smith. Assisting hostesses were Mesdamcs Lyle Runchey and Will Runchey, Attending were 28 adults, six-children, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frideres of West Bend were guests, Five hundred was played at five tables, high scores being made by Mrs". Arene Simon and Wayne Smith, ow by Mrs. Angola Frideres, and Jolm Wittaker. Mrs., Simon also received the chair prize. The next club meeting will be the afternoon, of Feb. 11. Hostesses arc to be Mesdames Pearl and Nell Potter and Alice Clayton. There will be a valentinb ex- chahge. , To Entertain Group— ~ The M. A. Y.-of the Methodist church will meet tomorrow, Jan. 21, at 8 p. m. Hosts- will be Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell; There will be a discussion program, followed by recreation. Engaged to Wed—Mr, and Mrs. Herman Putz of Burt announce the engagement and approaching marriage of the daughter Mildred to Leslie Sorenson, son of Mrs. Lyda'Spren-' sen, also of Burt. The wedding will take place Sunday, Jan. 25, at the Lutheran church in Burt. Cyrilla Vaske. Weds— Cyrilla Vaske of Algona daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Vaske of Bancroft and Melvin J. Sifert, Algbna, were married at 8 o'clock Monday, morning, •-, The wedding took place at St. John's church in Bancroft, the Rev. J. H. Schultes officiating. The, .wedding high' mass was' sung by St. John's school^ choir. Miss Vaske wore a white" satin ;own with a full train. A 1 finger- * tip-length veil w'as arfa'nged' art a tiara of beaded orange blossoms. Hef flowers .were {orchids and stewhanotis. Mr 1 , Sifoft's • best man was Robert LensingV liejjhew of the uwae. A wedding" dinner", given by the bride's parent^ w'as' serv- eda'tt George's Cafe in Algofta. ' , Following a short wedding-trip Mr. .and. Mrs/ Sifert will reside at 208 E. Call in Algona. Mr.",Sifeft-is employed'by the Norton 'Lbr. .Co., and .Mrs 1 , Sifert own and manages Oyrilla's Beauty Salon. , l ' Piuni. Cteek Club-* The Plum Creek Woman's club met at Mrs, Wm, -K, Ferguson's Wednesday, Jan. 14. 'Plans were discussed for a family night Jan, 23" at '1 p. m. Each family 'Will bring their own dishes, sandwiches and a "cov-* 6rcd dish". Entertainment will be "500" for the grownups and gamps for the children. Miss Coate .was program loader and reviewed a humorous story, "The Ransoming of Red Chief". The hostesses served lunch. For the family ' party members are asked to bring card tables, Leaves Afler Visit— ' Lonice Brandt of Titonka returned homo Friday .following several days spent ^with friends in Algona. She formerly was employed at Giossi and Lusby's but for the £ast year 1 worked In Fort Dodge. Mrs. H. A. Bullock* resident manager at the Kossuth hospital, resigned Monday. She. will go L, G. Pool of Golden/ Colo., a*. irorn nere to Oea Moines to visit rived Saturday, night f&r a visit Too Can Efijoy a bin is filled with Norton's Coal ' •i in 1 8 , ',y, T, i ' ,". V flF 4. y-t-- : ivirg. t^aie Haase' was given a l - - ^surprise .birthday party at her). ' x ' . , , v , jhome Saturday evening, ;Those V''* . % '.' "'' ' ' 'attending- were Mrs n*^ c >'.*itti*;fi'm**>trf> **.**••*>* , ,^attending • were Mrs, < Carrie and Glen, Mr; and "-Mrs' d<Haase and 4VAnd'Mr1.' pry Phillips. ' Mr./, apd Mrs, m- nd TUlie ; Ruhnke, The eyenjng .f ' as .spent ' playing card.s.1 j,nd losed, with the -serving ' '•eshmen.ts., ' / >• , an4 Mrs. at; a 'f:3Q dmnw ay. evening, guests fjeing and Mrs. G, w, Stilfman, t». S. ««> / •V t 1 '\ «^ 'MPri'jld "'• %$ .Ufa and fhejj«^iy| the make prompt and carefuldelivery in y^^^^i^ym^m^m^ l'.'$$*&4' ••K' *',r/ • 'i y .1' rJ •"••".>:.-,... V«, ',4,,^ W^y^ij^i^^^^^W^^^^^^^-''^ MO. 63 OF A SCRIES . Presenting / The Farmers of Kossuth County ln,,spite 'of bitter cold weather, and the fact that < longer engaged in active farming, Mr. Bujrjlingan)e, was .keeping pretty busy the day we visited him, tending stock and doing other jobs on the place, v He also owns a tone Rock farm of 160 acres. •'/ , BEN FRANKLIN • A Man With Sound Ideas He -was a diplomat, an inventor, a wrfteit,<>a publisher, And he wos thrifty; t|a«h.year, in observante ,of Ben Frctnklin'si birthday, this nation observe* National Thrift Week (January 19 tp 24). Let it be a reminder to you to save regularly; to; build q re- §§rv« of reqdy : tash? to spend wifely? to bank before you spend, Consult pftert'with your bank. Ow|- ?omplete famities, insure^ ?e«fety and personal, confidential ,;trvi«es are at your command. "- / IOWA a_ •» f ^ J '' '*» - - >'•< J| ' ' *^7S"F J. "j." \ ^rtv- ,^.'~~~ ^^ "\*^i* ^ „ , «Hli son Vernoft Jbfies aftd his family, and from .... there ,. to Long •M ( _ ^1, f~i _*(*!, j, 4 * . G * -"t/ ) fc*i*fc*. J.J. iw»( I .,' bll^l.1^.^ \,\J J-HJJ Ig Beach, Calif., to make her home. L, G. Pool of zert.- He v^Hl /;.vriftw > m i ' v', • ,.«• c'' J '" ffffL" , .' • '*€ ; y , *.,„*.,. i 'VfHs. ( VI A^T^ •/ - - />"-| /•< ,jsf- ( -*-v,X! - -f f -^*3 S/ 1"^ /',.'fV / ?l r^2i B. M. BuHingame To get to the B. M. Burlingcime farm, you travel , south on the Irvington road, from Algona, until you come to that unusual "roller-coaster" bridge over the railroad -tracks. Cross the) bridge • and you are ., there. , The Burlingame place is east of the river, but, , , they call it Cresco just the^same. \ The farm of 154 acHsVjt located? jh .a*Rietu,r i es 1 - r ;,, t , cjue and rolling setting unusual in our generally flat forming county. Mr. Burlingame told us Ed. Rist built up the present property many years ago.-_ Mr. .Burlingame does not farm actively any more/ but -keeps his hand in wjth some sheep and other stock. He<says he has a team on the place, but,,"thfr old mare is too foxy for him, and the colt isn't broke yet." Milton Burlingame, his son, comes over from his own place near the»center of Irvington township and handles the actual farming operations.. Mr. Burlingame, before buying the present place about two years ago, farmed in partnership with Milton on the iother farm, where he resided -for 30 years., Mr.vBurlingame was born at the old Burlingame home. Mrs. Burlingame was born on the old Buchanan place, now known as the Godfrey place. They', will have been married 43 years this coming March, and' have four children: Milton, the oldest; Mrs. A/V'G. Schroder -of Britt and Mrs. Wayne Wick- wi^e' of, Kossuth county-who .are twin sisters; and Oienn,-23,' working in the Oliver plant at Charles It's a cirich that everyone who wants a new car this year won't get one. , And 'there's a good reason— the demand has never been so great. 'But the industry plays fair and square with.their factory-francbiSiid \JThe new cars produced'are wisely distributed to dealers -throughout the . .j ^nation on a fair proportionate.basis.,. . . ' . .' j ' ' . <•. , . and we in turn play fair with our customers, painstakingly seeing ^tliatlul bur share of the new_cars is equitably distributed and delivered on,a, ."' fair"price fails*.'- 1 It's just goQd sense £0 "play the game" this-way'. . . serving YOU,-fur •„ / 'supplier, our community and above all ourselves in the way that is tight? • < 'the'Way that-is test. . just as it's always good sense to drive a SAFE car—•:..<-. .'Jor''SAt } ETY.'S_SAKE bare your car mechanically,-cbecke4,.regularjyrii:"^ ALLE ,._. ,;; [ Chrysler — Plymouth r^rF fK ^ , ', iV?' ' - Diagonal arid Elm :; / , Algona, Iowa AMERICA'S FIRST REALLY NEW REFRIGERATOR one for 40° refrigeration TWO SEPARATE SYSTEMS xPor superior performance, .one motor ihould have one special function. FROSTAIR, with t wo kfpdt of cold, has two motors. Both are sealed an<( oiled for a lifetime of use. The left mechanism keeps the upper compartment constantly and correctly cold for refrigeration and Icomaklng. No gadgets and valves. plus one v for 0° storage The other motor In .FROSTAIR has one special job, too. It powers the zero storage locker... maintains constant zero temperature so vital to vitamins, flavor and freshness In frozen'foods, Only FROSTAIR has 6 two-motor system. Here's the last word in home refrig* eratore—the amazing new FROSTAIR Duplex. It's a 7 cu. ft, deluxe refrigerator , At the top, a 3,5 cu, ft, zero locker below! **" * , , * N. n i 4, Coils are in refrigerator walls with 1QQ35 ^ wis,PMJS (1 ft giant frozen food l?cl?e^ / \ coW sleeve cooling. Jfo covered dishes*-* ^ 8t fw^anfl stote? WQlba, of west pptt^ , eandwiches««} salads stay fresh for days,, 80 qWef pits aj»4 yfg«tab^, Tpw're'»jU''"' •', And FBOSTAIR'P 12 lb, Icenislker f pro4»c«t:., iet'.foj'jhe^grea^r-uae of new,'teniptin^ 'J^:. 90 ice cubes every ether ho^, " Iiroge^fo9«te witfe a FRO?T^R Di»pl|^" J ^ « ' ' - T 'i'^'^; for 49 yeq -K J v?al £> v k* m fr% U-M I i"- 1 ••' .« 3*?&\ ' ^./^K;^^*M^ SkM^

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