The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1948 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 20, 1948
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\&mtf t * t ® '' ^ ** ,, '<'-<' •) ' Js&aRiLt . . r * i - i oncer! "Wednesday, 21st 'iu Verne — The LuVerne'High «School miisic department will ' v present its second concert Wednesday evening, Jan. 21, .at the k $ high school gymnasiuhi. The first concert featured 'a musical festU JI M for the surouhding schools of «> Luverne and likewise the second concert will have several features. I*At,this concert the LuVerne high , school band will make its first ap- * pearance in their' new blue and l^goldC uniforms. They are justly piiouhd of the new suits and are ^rhost anxious to show them to ' you, the community who respond- A ed so generously in the recently W» Completed drive for the new uniforms. *jf L'A guest conductor will also ba a feature of the program. Kenneth w* Carpenter, band director at Osage, w loWd, will be. present to lead the , band, in three numbers. Mr. Cary pentetva graduate of Drake university m Des Moines, was the di- ^•"J-Cctor of the 681st army air force gf. band in World War II. which was stationed principally in the C. B. !L, mainly India. Upon return from the service, he was band and )rchestra ^director at Washington Irving in lies Moines. In Septem- jer, 1946, he bocnroe band dime- ter at k Osago. He has raised the' liand there from almost nothing tastate winners in marching -band contest last October. Thus it will we a pleasure to be fortunate enough lo have Mr. Carpenter as sltest'conductor at this concert. Th^ girls' glee club, boys' #tee club and mixed chorus will also He presented on this program. Vocal music is definitely as important as instrumental jn a well musical V' The ladies of the of- the 'Zion Lutheran church gathered at the church "rooms Tuesday afternoon where! the'y Sfreht the time sewing for an orphanage in Europe. , The ladies have adapted a small boy and girl in'thifc orphange to care for the coming year. • , .»« Wire 4-H Meets The LuVefne Live Wires, girls 4-H club entertained the LuVerno Eager Beavers, boys 4-H club, with a party in the Corwith U* gion hall recentlx. The evening was spent playing games. The girls were assisted by their moth ers in serving the lunch. , t Gets Find Position " f ^ Friends here will be pldascdfto learn of the new position Richai-e Smith, son of Mr.,and Mrs. Lloyd F. Smith, will assume in the,hear future. Mr. Smith and wife have been in Mason City the past year where "Dick"' has been attending business college. They will move to Des Moines and he has Jjeen appointed sales representative fiSr the C. C. Taft Company, as city solicitor in Des Moines. pi." 1 ''" father, Lloyd F. Smith, hs||tw. associated with that company "{pith e past ten years, his ti' in northern Iowa. Die" " the service of the navy t_ .... cent war. ' | $?. ,f Progressive Club The regular meeting Progressive Women's CUJMTW*.-! held Monday evening at tlfe rural home of Mrs. Earl Hanselman with a good attendance. At the business meeting the club voted to donate to the Band MotHers club, the money to purchase trie major's uniform. The lesson was on, refinching furniture and Mrs. 'HanSelrrfan gave an interesting discussldrt*. Mrs. Howard Smith gave a.' talk on pre-fabricated houses. _ Lunch Was served. The next meeting will be.wlth Mrs. firyce Wickett, Mori- ddy evening, Jariuary 2(5. Visitor's Honored Mr. and Mrs. Chris Christofferson <tt Pine Bluffs, Wyo., spent the past week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aksel Nielsen. Mr. Christoffersen is a brother df Mrs, Nielsen. A dinner was held Wednesday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. NieUen. Mr, and M*s. Martin Larse'h of Webster City were guests. On Thursday evening Mr and Mrs. Andrew Nielsen entertained in honor of the Chr,istoffer- sens. Other^ at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Aksel Nielsen, Mrs Marie Hunt and son EdWih Hunt At the home of Mr, and Mrs Harold Nielsen, Saturday evening, a dinner was held in honor of the visiting guests. Attending Were Mr. and Mrs. Christoffersen, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nielsen, son Barrel, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Eager and son Elmui', Mr. And Mrs. Aksel Nielsen, Mrs. Marie Hunt and son Edwin Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Christoffersen left Sunday Lincoln, Neb., where they will visit enfoute to their home in Wyoming. . Good Will'Club The Good Will club held its meeting at the town hall Thursday afternoon, Jan. 15, with IS members present. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. H, D. Ristau and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf. At the. business meeting the ladies drew names and will maintain 'a secret pal for -the coming year. Mrs. Helena Stripling who has re-, tired from being treasurer of the club for the past twenty-two .years, was presented with a gift, a picture. Bingo was played for hour in charge Of Mrs. Paul Blumer. Lunch'was served. Band Mothers Club •,» The Band Mothers club met in ;Iic science room at the school puilding Wednesday evening, Jan. 14 with a fair attendance. Mrs. Frank Sanford, president, presid- *•-'•"', .» s ect at the business meeting, Sfncy discussed plans for 'a ^play the ilub hbpe to give 1ft rteaf future. The group 1 of the club are plan* ning a benefit card party to be given before Lent. They voted/to kepe the old band suits ahd m"ake the necessary repairs and adjustments to be used by the second band. Hostesses for the meeting were Mesdames Henry Miller, George Johnson and Robert Hardcopf, At the February meeting, the llth, Mr. Weston Noble will entertain the Mothers club. The eritertainment committee will -be Mrs. Ralph Davidson and Jaspar Vaughn, Tuesday Club Meets { The Tuesday club met Tuesday, Jan. 13 t at the home of Florence Hof with Mrs. John Voss Sr. assistant hostess. Mrs. Andrew Marty Was a guest of the club. "Budgeting the Family Income' was the topic of an interesting and helpful discussion led by Mrs. Fred Merkle. It is generally thought proper management rather than actual amount made for true family happiness. Long range checking -Was advisable. The group acceded that family councils were usually informal, more often around the supper table and certainly as occasion demanded current needs do fluctuate but always there are the fixed obligations Which require planning. The budget has a definite place and is a friendly, easy way to make ends meet. The monthly basis is probably best and the cooperation of every member of the family is important. If every family evaluated immediate and long range spending there would be far greater economic security. The State Federation of Women's clubs helps support the Iowa Commission for the Blind. Towels hemmed by the blind Wonen of Iowa were again bought jy the local group. Mrs. J. A. Nelson is chairman and towels may be .ordered at any time. This is a worthy project enabling the blind to .help themselves) • -..•**• "• W, S. C. S. Meeting ;3:he fust general meeting of the new year of the Wortleti's Society of Chi istian Service of the Methodist chuich was held in the church rooms Wednesday, Jan. 14 with a good attendance. The new president of the general society, Mrs. George Wolf; presided at the business meeting. Devotions were led by Mrs. John Voss Jr. The lesson was given by Mrs. Wolf assisted by other officers. Mrs. Albert Genrich who is the new district supply chairman for the year gave a lew remarks on the supply work for thd society for the corning year. The hew circle leaders for the year were named as follows' Circle 1, Mrs. Harold Sorenson; Circle 2, Mrs. Alvin Weber and CSrclo 3,'Mrs. Ralph Davidson. The next regular meeting of the circles will be Wednesday, Jan. 28. Circle 1 will be on January 21, please note change in date, due to the fact, that the ch-i- cle will serve the lunch at the farm sale of Edward Hof, Wednesday, Jan. 28. The circle 1 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Gerald Brace, assisted by Mrs. John Voss Sr. Circle 2 meeting January 28 will be at the home of Mrs, Fied Zweifel, assisted by Mrs. McClamrock. Circle 3 will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Sanford, assisted by'~Mrs. Jasper Vaughn. Hostesses serving lunch at the general meeting Wednesday were Mesdames Harold Sorenson, Peter Sorenson, Ray Stone, Arnold Hjelle and Earl Detmering. Mr. and Mrsj , Carl , Swanson took Mr. and Mrs.'Herman Meyer back to their home in Winterset Friday. The Meyers spent the past week here visiting and they also attended the. silver wedding anniversary party" Jast Sunday of Mr; Meyers' brother'and sister-in- law Mr. and'Mrs. Ernest Meyer. Mrs. Guv Trauger has spent the past few days at the.home of her son-in-law and daughter Mr/and Mrs. Robert Bierma in Nevada, Iowa. An eight pound son, named Stephen Guy, was born Sunday, Jan. 4 to the Biermas. They have another son Kerry. Mrs. Bierma was the former Betty Trauger, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Guy Trauger. Harold Nielsen underwent a tonsillectomy at a hospital irt Mason City Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Wegner returned Thursday from Mason City where she visited a few days With her daughters Mrs. Willis Steil and Mrs. LaVoy Dawson and theil families. Robert, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Raymond Meyer underwent ah operation for a hernia at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Wednesday. Mrs. Meyer is spending some time in Fort Dodge with her son. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Larimer accompanied by their daughter Mrs- Cecil Williams of Bode spent the past week end in Cedar Rapids visiting their son and brother Neal Larimer and family. Charles Stripling, wtio has been spending some time with his son in Odeboit, came to visit at the home of Mrs. Helena Stripling and Michael Wagner. Marilyn Nielsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, 1 has returned to Mason City to resume her college work at the LeJane Beauty school there. Marilyn underwent an appendectomy at Thanksgiving and has now'fully recovered. Lawrence Miller and Milo Miller went to Madison, S. D., to attend the funeral of/their aunt: Mrs. Henry Miller. Mrs. Kate Barton left for Stockton, Calif., where she will make an exended visit at the homes of her sons Charles and Ncal Barton. On her return she plans to visit her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ulfers and family at Lewistoh, Idaho. Mrs. Barton has made her home the past year at the Elmer Hunt ^.Mr^ and .Mrs.' irvin Meyer and Henry Meyef tffi^M^Swlft! daughter Marlefte-of dlarion were hdmes. <>* <-*, ft -i-:——i— ; , ' « ' ^ -^'M vt-^ra m .£> Music Con cert Series Algona School Music Department WHITE HUSSARS Brass Quartet and Pianist , Jan. 26 8tOO P.M. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM , Vocal and Piano Solos i ^/X Trumpet and Trombone Solos C;;( i c , Humorous Music ' ; Operatic Selections ^ ' Familiar Classics , /; Admission: Adults 50c tax included; Students r - 35tj tax included; Season Tickets Gate LUBRICATION? "Yep, the same kind of a good job ihe !iube boys at Percival Motors have been doing for years—ihe kind of lubrication that you know is cushioning your car in all wearing parts." " RADIATOR SERVICE? '["Sure—this is one of the items th'e expert mechanics at Percival Motors can handle in stride. Pretty important, too—to have that radiator in tjp-top .clean condition* especially during 'winter- time." ' , E-UP? 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