The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1948 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 27, 1948
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nton Circles etburingPast oek Of Activity The Deborah Circle 16t on Thursday afternoon, .fart. ,2j"at the home of Mrs. Raymond Hbeber, circle chairman. Mrs. i^yle Bassett was assisting host|Ss, Mrs. E, Ruske 1 was appointed jrogram chairman 1 , and Mrs. Dale "iisbrbd membership chairman. fs.,V.'J, Tatum was elected sec- ,.v.lary and'Mrs. Wendell Rusch, treasurer, v ,'•' ' . :• ' V' Devotions were led by Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, ,Psalm 67.' Mrs. RuSke gav"d the lesson from the ^fh-s't. chapter of Great Prayers Of *tne Bible. • , . . i Thefe" were 41 members present. ;fhe Dfebdrah Circle-will meet the .third Thursday of every month.- i.-j, • M'a*y Circle Meets x \ ryg' The Mary Circle met on Wed- "i^hesday, Jan. 14 at the home of *• Mrs. Frank McFall, circle chair- 'nia|i. Mrs. Fi-ed Brown assisting pj hostess. Mrs. Brown is program f IVchairman. Mrs. Earl Crouch was elected secretary. and AgneS Goetsch, treasurer. i Devotions were led by Mrs. Joe Madden. The lesson was on introduction to the book Great Prayers of the Bible, given by Mrs. Fred Brown. There were 16 members present. The Mary Cir, fcle will meet' the third Wednds- j day of every month. i Mrs. Waiie Hosless ii' The Martha Circle met on ,'jThursday, Jan. 15 at the home of "*Mrs. J. T. ;Waite with Mrs. Mor- *tens9n assisting. Devotions were ', led by Mrs. Art Voigt. Mrs. Mcl- rvin Mansager gave the lesson, ' Great Prayers of the Bible. Mrs. Mortenson is circle chair: man and Mrs.^ Melvin Mansager i is program chairman. Mrs. Art Voigt was ..elected Secf etafy', and Mrs. J. T. WaiteY treasurer,' The Martha Circle will meet the fourth Thursday of every" Mohth. Na6in?. Circle Meets ,'" '*'* The Naomi Circle met 6n'F*r£ .day, Jan.' 16 at the home of, Mrs. Hans Baago', circle ' chairman. Program chairman is Mrs; Emil Frank. Mrs. Charles Newel was elected secrretary and Mrs.,Arlo Ranney, treasurer. Devotions -were led by ...Mrs, Arlo Ranney and the lesson, was given by Mrs. G. B, Johnson, Great Prayers of tne, Bible. Mrs. Muskamp Hostess • -'.;,, ; A circle met Wednesday after * noon, Jan. 21 at' the home of -Mrs. Eugene Muskamp, chairman of the circle, Mrs, Rex Wolfe was appointed program > chairman. Mrs. Paul Cornelius Was elected treasure!* and Mrs. John Munch, secretary. Mrs.' Hansen member* ship chairman, Mrs. Frank Behne led in devo> 'tions aha Mrs. Rex Wolfe gave the lesson from the first chapter of the book, Great- Prayers of the Bible, There were 12 members and one guest, Mrs. Carrie Afoigt present. This circle will meet the third Wednesday of every nfdnth, the next circle meeting Lester Weisbrodi Home From' California Mrs. Olga Huskamp Clarence, Arbogast returned-^&m a three weeks vacation irf Cali L fornia. They Visited with Mrs. Huskamp's son Emil in California and other points of interest in the west. . K r\<i c "• P. T, A. Meets Feb. 3 •?$*£,'* The Fenton Parent Te'ach'efg Association Will meet on Monday, Feb. 3 at 8 p. m. Mrs. E. K. John- con has charge of the program for the evening. County Superintendent Lauritzen will be guest speaker. Those on the serving committee are ,Mesdames 'Oscar Sorensen, 'chairman; Art Kressin, Wilfred Laabs, Albert Langerrriah, fearl Lufkih,'~Melvih Mansage?,, Paul Metzger, George Mienke, E, K, Johnson, • Albert Mitchell, Fr6d Mortensen, 'Aft Mueller, John Munch ahd Forrest Hanuan. ' Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber '.Were last Thursday evening supper guests at the Frank MCFall home. Mr, and Mrs, Leo Woods and family were Thursday evening guests at the Oliver Stoeber' home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thorrtp*- son were Sunday guests at the parental Haugo home at Leland. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan entertained the faculty members and their wives or husbands, Mrs. Virginia Eigler, and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt on Wednesday evening. 600 «was played at four tables. Miss Hunting won high score for the" ladies and Mrs. Virginia Eigler second high. Clayton 'Ditsworth won high score for the men and Jess Halverson second high. A two course luncheon was served at the close of the evening. The Lutheran Layman League of St. John Lutheran church will meet at 8 p. m. on Tuesday, Jan. 27. -Rev. S, A. Weise of Lake View will be guest speaker. Rev. Weisc is a former chaplain of World War. II. The Homebuilders Sunday school class held a party at the Methodist church parlors on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Oliver Stoeber led the devotions. A short business meeting was held. Mr. and Mrs; OliVer Stoeber had charge of the Truth or Consequence program which was conducted by S. E. Straley. Hosts and hostesses for the evening were Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Meyer. •Mi: and Mrs. John, Munch and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel. Mr. and Mrs. Bert boeth were last week Tuesday evening guests at the Oliver Stoeber home. ."HB ALGONA NEWSPAPERS ,GIVE GREATER COVERAGE r i y.* That You ( F a ^' > ' : tCNOW Your front end wheel alignment and balance is. one thing you don't want lo / ' guess about. You want to KNOW. • "< •',''-,%. Old car or new car, serious trouble can be.fpresent in those front wheels— 1 ' ^ ' **?/' and the most serious thing about it is that you seldom are aware of it. Out of line wheels are downright dangerous, to say noihingjjtf cosily wear and tear on tires. The quick, way to KNOW the'condition of your front wheel alignment is to bring your car to our garage and let us check i^ on our,exclusive BEAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT equipment. It is very' inexpensive.J|o Kaye^this expert check made— and certainly worth it to any conscientious car owner^ ; '-f ' If your wheels are in proper .alignment and? Balance, this check tells you so immediately. If there are any defects, with' ou^^ear equipment we can remedy them. When you drive away, you KNOW your front- end is in safe condition, Don't take the risk—let us check your car now I"" "* '''' "* ' Women's Club In Bode Met 15th Mode—Mrs. L'eon ' Gang[estad Was hostqss to the-Women's club at her home Thursday evening, January 15. Mrs, J. P. Jensen was in charge of the progfarrt. and her topic was "New Educational Trends." Rebecca Gangestad.' daughter of the hostess, played several piano selections and also assisted in serving refreshments, The next meeting will be in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Sidney Rolland, Bridge Club Hostess Mrs. Laif Larson entertained her bridge club Friday evening Twelve ladies were present. Prizes for high score, second and low went to Mrs. W. F. Palmer, Mrs. Floyd Torgerson and Mrs. Sidney Rolland. Lunch was served 'at the close of the evening with valentine decorations predominating. Mr. and Mrs. Gartnan Holland spent Sunday in Blairsburg at the hojne of Mrs. Holland's sister and brother-in-law. Hannah, Emma and. Luke Olson and H, B. Lomen went to Ft. Dodge Monday to Visit Amil Olson who is a medical patient there in Lutheran hospital since last. Wednesday. Harry Steiner of East St.'Louis, 111., spent the weekend in Bode at the Laif Larson home, the guest 1 of Miss Morta Larson. Mr; and Mrs. Victor Kinseth of Ames, were Sunday guests at the Leo Kinseth home. O. L. Pederson, and Norman Pederson who went to Rochester for a check-up at the clinic,-have returned home. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Saathoff were recent visitors with relatives in Ryan. ' .. ' Doctor and Mrs. T. M. Rossing are attending the state veterinarian convention held in Des Mpines this week. , "'•:'•' ' 'Mr, and Mrs. Leo Rolland at* tended funeral services in Humboldt Wednesday afternoon of last week for John Schultz, which 1 were held in the Lutheran church. ';.' ,-.''.-. Mr. and. Mrs. Gene- Watson of Ayrshire, who were weekend guests at the Mrs. Marjorie Ald- Inger home, drove to Des oMincs Monday, Mrs. Aldinger accompanied them there on a business trip. v • v Mrs. E. M. Ellingson, Mrs. Keith Nasby, and Mrs. Miles Helmen entertained ^at a 1 o'clock luncheon Monday at the home of Mrs. Nasby, for Miss Mona Larson, whose marriage 1 to Harry Steiner: of East St. Louis, 111., will take place early in February. Following the^ luncheon, T a personal shower was given Miss Larson, by those present. Bridge occupied the remaining hours of the afternoon. , .Hostesses. Thursday afternooni Jan,%22,^at' the W.M.F. meeting at St. Olaf's Lutheran church are Mrs. Elmer Larson, Mrs. Emil Gjefle, Mrs. Paul Nasby, Mrs. P. W.fQually, Mrs. Severm^Arne and Mrs. Floyd Torgerson. /Hie Lutheran Brotherhood is scheduled lor Monday evening, January 20, with a 7 o'clock dinner served by the ladies aid, and an after dinner program. 'Family Party 1 AtWhittemore Whiltemore—The Whittemdre Implement Co.. which will soaon have a formal opening, gave a 'family party" for the community in the Academy hall on Monday night. The entertainment consisted of Bud Jacobsori, the M. C. with a magician act; John Shirley with a marionette show; Isabel and Bud Renter in a roller skating act and Lois Melsha, a pleasing singer. The 'party' drew a full house with people from all the surrounding towns as well as a large crowd from here. The Whittemore Implement Co. is owned by Ralph Bauer, Sr.,' Wesley, who also has an imple- CALL US Day or Night for Fast Removal of ALL DEAD STOCK PHONE US COLLECT WEST BEND—138 LONE ROCK—500 WESLEY—1500 LEDYARD—75 BURT—178 BANCROFT—4441 LU VERNE—2061 LIVERMORE—2514 WHITTEMORE—1500 or Schumacher's DX Stai f lion—2331 Or ' ALGONA—7 WE PAY ALL PHONE CALLS Makers of ment shop in Wesley. The local firm is managed by Ralph Bauer, Jr., an ex-GI with three years- service. ' Others included in the shop personnel are: Louis C. Reding,' Algona, formerly with the Al- ( goria Implement Co., and Forrest Gilmoro. OTTOSEN Miss Clara Sus of Graettinger, district president of the American Legion Auxiliary, spent Wednesday and Thursday visiting at the Mike Coyle home. •> Mrs. Paul Berninghays spent. Friday afternoon at the parental' Antone Spiech .home".'' /. , * Deannc Telford spent' 'last weekend visiting <with Kenneth Bryant at Kafnrar; Mr.< Bryant; was formerly a teacher in the| local high school. Mr. and Mrs. Mike' Coyle ; were ! Sunday dinner gqests at the Har-! : ALGONA RENDERING CO. Permit No. 33 Auto-Lite SPARK PLUGS *• * ^ -i -, % - , . -^.^ v. ^ -,>~Si _ - v "•*_'».x it . '**/•?'• <A Jgnitlbii-ong Jueered l»j r the who design and, produce cd auto motive electrical systeins. fwprw That's , Why «. * T ' i . /^oney Cannqt a BfettcSr Spark Plug" ,-f- ' . «&COs Order Your BABY CHICKS Now U. S. Approved—U. S. Pullo- rum Controlled Ducklings and Turkey Poults First chick hatch on February 18, 1948. Phone or mail your order now or see our representative. SWEA CITY HATCHERY Swea City, Iowa Phone 35 u2tf Tuesday, JattUary 27; 1<M§ Algona Upper old Johnson home hear Thor. - Mrs* .Rachel Floen of Omaha, Nebraska, Mrs.. Oliver Kinseth and Mrs, M. O. 1 KinsetlyJf., s&ent Tuesday afterhoon visiting at the Jattes Barber home hoar West Behd. Wednesday afternoon they called at the' Olaf HaUg homo Friday aftethoon Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Mrs, M. O. Kinseth, Jr., flroVe Mrs. Floeh to Fort Dodge where she tobk a 'tr^in for her home In Omaha. 'Mrs. Floen has been visiting her daughte'r Mrs. Oliver Kihselh since Christmas. IRVINGTON Irvirtgion—Eugene Richard, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frankl, was baptised Sunday. Sponsors Were .Mr., ftifcl Bud Robinson. This mpE|s" Frankls a family of '-flW,. boys, Pat, Mike, Rdfiafcfj Safr^ and Eugene. At Rochesie* dliflic '' , > Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lefrtk^fflSli: son Eugene drove to RQ6'"" Tuesday where AtmOf is . through the clinic. He has in ill health the past few mdfttha* and hopes to find relief thetfc/ v f Gerald Frankl and Percy'Me- Ginnis drove to Wisconsin, T.ues'-f day where Gerald plans to bu$ some dairy heifers. '>,,', 'f • Elsie Zoimet of Bancroft, ,la.; is assisting with household dUlies at the G. Frankl home. . f Mrs. Tillie Weaver Was hostess, at a tea this week. Eight la.die§ attended. i< • ,' ',1* FUNERAL HOME RBVEHENCE AND DIGNITY ' ENSHRINE A SACRED MEMORY" Ambulance Service Day orNighl / Phone 11 Algona. Iowa, What is Your ,.11- Problem? '- ( ~'^i "The Red Trucks Cqn^ Serve You, Top!" ", Yes r many items of lumber and 'building materials have been scarce and difficult to find, through the past year. v ** » * * 1. __ .We.,are.constantly striving to find these difficult items—and have met with a certain degree of success in past weeks. We will have a good-stock of plywood within a few days and a few combination storm and screen doors. If you have a building problem and contemplate some improvement about .your hom^or farm buildings, come in us or call 229 about it,~We will *"W > • " ' * > find the answer. We.irivite ybii to call in at, any store is a friendly place ta .1- •' , -' * * •k'j. n tfj m or n tfjft . . ems. fc S. *^~ ;i ^w -.jr s^ t rr,"*p^^^ti^T^r 1 .i;H«?' J fT 1 ?' «ti, ,v; > . > * _., ^*S^+:*,j^^m.^JL*Jbii*iu*^-j** r J^*M*t&t^i&toj&rrf^if& A-;^ i*-.^ft

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