The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1948 · Page 2
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Tuesday, January % 194§ ..Irs. John'Ferguson Wds host* ess to her bridge club members, Thursday evening. Mrs. Merle Pratt won the high score prize and Mrs. Dick Cowan won the second high score prize'. Has Sixih Birthday- Mrs. Mary Laihg and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith entertained a small group Friday in celebration of the birthday of Mary, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Firman Laing. She was six- years old. Other guests were the honoree's mother, Betty-and Jackie Laing. and Joan Muckey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey. "L'af-a-Lot" Card Club— _ . Denn Kolilhaas ; entertained the "Laf-a-Lot" card club,' Wednesday afternoon.. Prize-winners were Mrs. L. Wi* Winkel, high, Mrs. O. B. Hqtt,' low. and a giAest prize was given to Mrs. Harnlin Iverson of Chicago,'; 111.,. Who is spending some- time with u '— mother' Mrs. Alma' Nelson. lgi Club— her Enieriain , Mr. .and Mrs. E. E. .Robinson entertained' their biudge^ club,; Thursday, evening'. Mr. Robinson won the high score' prize 'for men. Mrs. Torn Holmes the high score prize for women' and Mrs. Grady Phillips received the low score prize. Mrs. Irelah Hostess — Mrs. W. C. Irelan . entertained members of her bridge club Friday afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs. Halbert Long, second high, by Mrs. L. J. Reed. and the low score went to Mrs. W. C. Irelan. Mrs. U. W. Btiumanr ivirsi H. M. Smith-and Mrs. M,_IL Falk- enhairie'r' gave a Itochebh'Thurs- day at the Country club for. Mrs. Theo CHMschitles, who is- leaving sb(sn w.ith her-husband for a vacation in California. The afternoon was spent at gin rummy and bridge. Prizewinners were* Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, Mrs. Forrest Twogood, and Lucia Wallace. Enlerlaln at Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Tice entertained at dinney at George's last week Tuesday evening. Guests ,were Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Johnston, of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Riley of .Estherville, Mr. ahd Mrs. Frank Balgeman, West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell, and a number of stbckgrowers dealers. Following the dinner a social evening was.spent at the Tides. dreirter Family Dittner-i- Mrs. P.-J. Greiner entertained at a family dinner, Sundav. in honor o'f He'r son Stanley's birthday. Those present 'were Mr. and Mrs. Steve J. Murchland of Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; Mf! and Mrs. Carl,,. Pearson and their son Monte and Erma Greinbr. Stanley operates an implement store at; Corwith but lives with, his mother here. \ • • Beirt Sankey, son o\ Mrs. Clara Sahkey. •,' returned to Omaha, Neb., where he is employed with the F.-B. L, following a' week spent here, receiving treatment for a tooth infection. Weekend guests' of Mrs Sankey were her daughter , and granddaughter Mrs. Verle Smith and Sharon of Ruthven. Arndbrfe* ger, N. t)., spent a coufile of tho vyep.kend here and 'Sirs;-tifbhA" Affti TVti^d Pf .T flf&ih£>f* -WJ.1 Zti A », U ' VTJl C^HCl i — ——- —— „ » u , „ cattle feeder' 'and had 'B^fto Sioux Gity markets, slbfT'""- " > -'"~ in Algona. John Arndo : _ Mrs. Greiner are Uncle HftH aunt respectively. Wdrd has o6en -«-—-<-— ~f *«»- atives here of the recent\a^pd'ih't- ment of Paiil Black; attofief t >Hs secretary of' the Chamber. of Commerce at Wobstor.City. file Blacks are well known- /herei Mrs. Black teaches English ' and literature in the- school there, .high , , , Mr. and Mrs. IyvMn> .Majuljj have received -an announcement of the birth of a daughter Alice Jane, January 18 to Mr. and-Mrs. Carl Rutledge of Council -Bluffs. They have t another -child,-!. Afln. Mrs. Rutledge is the former* Lena Bennett, daughter of , Mr. --and Mrs. Frank Bennett, formerly of Union township. Mr. and Mrs. John Sitridh> had as weekend guest their grahd- son, Charles Winattdy of Ghica-' go, 111. His sister Joan 14.'Who was stricken with polio last (August, has been released froM, St. Francis hospital, Evanston, and is able to walk with br'acdsV She has recovered' sufficiently tb be able to re-enter school. IMrs A. L. Long has received word of the death of her half sister Mrs. Vern Waters of '-Bay City, Mich. Mrs. Waters Was the former Ethel Pclleymounter and for a number oC years lived at Bancroft. Sho suifcrcd a Stroke a 'number of years ago and' had recovered nicely it, but a second one caused her death. Mr. and Mrs. M'. 'H. alkerth'ain- er had as weekend, guests the Say It a "Era" WATCH Irvington Homemakers^— The Irvington Homemakers club met Thursday, Jan. 22 with Mrs. John Schultz and Mrs. John Weber assisting. Roll call was answered by naming "my favorite articles made from feed sacks." Mrs. Marie Frankl and Mrs. John Weber gave talks on the legal rights of married women. The surprise number was ven by. Mesdames Gudcrian and Woods. The next meeting will be Feb. 26 at the home of Mrs. Art Kimuse with Mrs. Coleman assisting hostess: Plum Creek family Party— An annual family party for members of the Plum Creek Woman's club was held, Friday eyening at the community room. There was a pot luck dinner and an evening of. entertainment. Mrs. Verle Priebe was in charge of entertainment, games for the children and cards for adultsi. On the supper committee' 1 'were Mesdames Geo. H;' Johnson, Keith Strayer .and Calvin Bode. There was an 'attendance of 50. ladies "Era' Watch Men's "Era" Watch $ 20 watches . . . . iJ?;4 *9 be you? gift to her or to h,im, r Both arf 10 Karat ft.G.P. with stainless steel back's. The Ladies watches have smtirt black cord ba^jdj. }he, meiifs «ne qqali-' ty leather straps. Payments to Suit Your Convenience WATCHES REPAID Speaks at Menls. Forum— Seventy-three members ahd guests attended the.Men's Forum at the Congregation^* church Wednesday evening. G u e s t speaker was Hank Hook of Station KGLO, Mason . City, who spoke on "Ambitions-Habits- Ability-Skill." Numbers were given by a male quartet, Eugene Hutchiris, Don Hutchins, W. E. Dennis, and Dr. C. C. Shierk, and these were followed by group singing, assisted by the quartet members. Naomi Circle Installs— The Naomi Circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Margaret Bartlett. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Oscar Anderson and Myrtle Turnbaugh. Mrs. Raymond Galbraith had charge of the program. At this time the new officers assumed their duties: president, Mrs. Sid Spear; 1st vice- president, Mrs. Meda Redfield; 2nd vice president, Mrs. O. B. Wittern;- secretary, Mrs. Chester Dellinger; treasurer, Mrs. Raymond Galbraith. TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY JANUAR 27-28-29 REX HARRISON and MAURINE O'HARA "THE FOXES OF HARROW" MICKEY MOUSE NEWS FRIDAY - SATURDAY, JANUARY 30-31 IF YOU'RE A ROGERS FAN IF YOU'RE A TRIGGER'FAN IF lOU'VEWEtffi SEEN A ROGERS PICHIRE '.""'^ \l tntttr r/1 KING OF THE COWBOYS ••• THE SMARTEST HORSE IN THE MOVIES TITO GUIZAR m mn - m ESIEll.TA lODIUBEZ KfPUBUC PRODUCHOW T - H E AT Duecltd bjl WILLIAM WITNEt B OIF t» SIOAN mem • Oniml siair bi GCIAIO GtBAGHIV Co-Hit-"ADVENTURE ISLAND" A Birthday Party— Relatives and other friends of Ellsworth Brandow helped him celebrate his birthday Friday by taking potluck supper and going to his home that evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fraser with the daughter Lois; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandow, the Kenneth Brandpws, the Leo Walters, and Genevieve Sterling, all of Algona; the Harvey Larserjs, Burt; and the Harold Brandows, Humboldt. Lutheran League Party— The First Lutheran League will meet Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthus. Thursday evening a group went to Titonka, guests of the society there at'a skating party, to which members of other leagues were invited. Those driving cars from here were Joseph Presthus, Alden ftovey and Melvin Haag. Emil Benzon and chaperon. SUNDAY - MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1-2' THEM Iowa .State MriMW, her, we'ftt Tuesday tb final rites Wednesday .for MM fi. J. Jones, 83, slate* of MR*. Turner,- w.M« fof sknie flrte hscr$eeh Urottoied \yith a and developed a gall; r bladder ,<, ail iftent. The groilp v rfeturned home Thursday. deo. M. Johnson j6f Plum Creek" is' "s^en^fn~g~'seVeraT week's at'Warrentohli OrGi,, With the daughters' Mrs. , JAyte,' "" and Mi-s.j ttobert'.; l^mrria. t\v present he is" visitin'g" 'fot'mer oflf;iMghb6rnW «feStUV -"'.i. -ill and , let fa tfav-eis, to, v A'feWdayi : the, ' turned MM, Mftfif, MatzV ' Mrs. Febfua-fy ., ... '16IW IrbTH' tfifer^ fSf . -fortiia. They ^xpedt t6 bfif gdfte _,, _ M wi*eks In'd'wiU' qiVido, theif, .time between Mrs. Emmai Dor- lafld dndi,family,_a*uftf' * Chrischiil^ at'^SaH' >, and MrS.-lTtt, " •' ^j^y '• -•*• ••' '•- • fibrotlu of' Mrs. ft' and t.sistef'lH'law; of' Mrs. KifiScRiil^S at jManhattan ffieafih. . Mrs. Glen Roland Has wriiiert ' . frieMs she is at' Ariz., Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Smith. Whose home is'iat Alliga- 'tor»' Miss.' Mrs, Rola'haY * foi'mey Algoniart, recently n\oyed jto, O,V- tawa ( KanSi, where hei' daughter 1 , •"ahd, soflMti'law, ,Mr. sand Mrs. fiehnls'.B'illinply, ace located. arS 'parehlg'of a, dlattghterrMsf^ bbrn' Jan. 13, Sponsors Were, Mr. and' Mr& Al '- -The RoepkeS ha"v:e arl-, ''•>. ' V ' ' .- ' ,,. tT«ir, H ... k'tered as Secottd Class Matter at trie iF"6stofflee at Algofia, . u¥dei"act of dofl|r|ss bf KtettJr Weekly.' '<>•« t e Cosmetologists Convener- Kossuth and Winnebago county members of the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologist's association rnet . last, Tuesday evening at the European hotel for dinner and a business meeting. Plans were pnade for the Iowa 6th district meeting. It wlil be held in Algona some time in Marph. , Senator D. E. Dewel will be one of the speakers at that meeting. Potters Ent«r$ata^r Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter entertained at dinner, Thursday eyening. Guests were Mr. and Jfirs. William Runchey, Mr. arid ]jfljrs. Rufus Lmdhorst, Jim and Ida May, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne mCfj}, ?nd Ann and Mr. and %s. ifto*' Ajpleg|te. Doris -••^ THI5PUP Trm •1?UT' •"I'* »**i" . « m ^0 lining ^bBpupAR)pr/i ^w •*-— r - 'AMECI FRANK 60RZAGE ':*$$<•'''. : ^t» ^viiti-;..^. i COtOR! •<r- BOSCOE wi^*" m JOHM J05 KARNS . RIP.OEJ.V FglSCQ V- FREE CHOICE SUPPLEMENT THAT SUPPLIES FIVE FEEDING AIDS i PROM KOSSUTH, HANCOCK, PALTO ALTO AND "\ **,**. in a on Over 5ti Stock-Gt-o Dealers From Throyghout the .Nbi-fh' lov/a Territory Met to Discuss 1948 Feeding Problems and to Hear More About Stock-Gro From Prominent GomparJV' Qffiaajsf.' i , , . i /yir. C. V. "Cub" Johnston, General Sales Manager, of'the S'tock-Grq'c?|rip(any;-'spoke in detail"on the" many'improved and nevy" fea'tu res',of Stock'.Gro; Other, p'rorn.inehy persons at' tending w^re B. F. Roselle, Advertising Manager of S't'qcjf-Grb; Frank Riley; state : repr^enta- tiyp, Estherville; George Belgeman, West'Ben'd', The' meeting' v/as/ conducted' by, Ra,lp t h Tiee, North Central Iowa,Feed Comp'any; Algona. : ,, , -" ,, , i^vm^S. t , j *t ,\, r , StbcK-G ! RO^|!i''tli^safyptiflnfto our 11 t sliort' grain' «ro|J. For' 4'vety' pqun«( o'f' •*.V StociH-Grorjh'at', U • wjnsunie^ will sqve i*" '" •»?"'•}*••• 'I "'i •<•'* 'i i ' '' * i )< ' ,2 pb'uncfs ',of. 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