The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1948 · Page 13
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M ^•••'/. SECTION w w-r ' ~' ' '*' ^'''^ W ;JM l ' ! y *l Q AD X^'f^p* ' *- ,« •* I fold Carlson A lorn, Jan. Iflrtley, Iowa ley—Harold Carlson, who fiined considerable fam£ as ncian, appearing profcssion- _ndei< the name of Carl^Mar,» By know his magic, but Leap fitt-oved his downfall., raid, a bachelor, was! mar- fen, 17, at Hartley, .to Marian trouck, ,of Pa«liina,'in a ring ceremony performed |y. A, Krushnite, bride was attended by Crushnitz, and LoWcll Shln- eted as best man. fupiial Shower post nuptial shoWcr honoring Carlson was held at the John BL home Thursday afternoon. e P,enh/Eckels, Mrs.. Henry ftd, Mrs. Oscar Johnson and John Smith were hostesses. W guests spent the afternoon ng household, hints for the mj and dressing bride dolls Splothes pins and paper. lltery Dale Changed fe Americanism meeting of iAmerican .Legion' Auxiliary been postponed from Feb. 12 Bb. 19 due to conflicting dates, he meeting Mrs. Hejen Klein- will give a paper on Amer- Bsm. Noreen and Barbara in, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. rrence Smith, will play a piano t; Marlerie Bauer, Lorraine and Helen Smith will pre- flag salute cereirfony. New bers will be. initiated. Mrs. L. gfeffer. president, and Mrs. Al- Neuroth will be hostesses. Magic; Aunt Linda, 3 months old « of Mr. and Mrs. George "K. vm , „, of Kahawha, has beerfvea?e'd f<> at the home of her uncid a,nd fiun Mr, and Mrs, Ralph' forks'., Mrs Kelch, the former Phyllis Swde'r oldest daughter of Mr, ah'd M^s AK Studo)", submitted to A fffa'jo operation at the Mercy hosplta at Mason City on Friday, Ja'n. It There are 4 other children -in thi Kelch family. "Fearless Feliefs" The /'Fearless Fellers",' n'u'rilb6r ing 9 members, w.ho rang'c in figt from 8 to 12,-held their' fceguld meeting al the Vincent Klelftpetei home with Dean as host Saturday Jan. 17. The boys, under" leaded• ship of Billy Loebig, son of Mr and Mrs. Wilfred Loebig, as pre^i- dent have presented Several Mftfe talent plays this winter in the Pfeffer basement playrbbm." Johfi Pfeffer is secrqtary, « Mrs. Hildman Hostess ,' Mrs. George "Hildman 'c'n'ter- tamed her Laf-a^Lot 500 'club Thursday afternoon. Guests .Were Mrs. Ed Hildman, Mrs. ReeSc Martin and Mrs. Urban Neuroth. Mrs. George Kemper won Tiigh score prize, Mrs. Lon GoUge, >16w and Mrs. Ed Hildman, {ravel. Mrs. Viola Studer will entprtaln the wdmen Thursday afternoon, Feb. 5. Is Substitute Teacher ' Mrs. John Shepard, the forniei Rita Wingert, substituted the pa'st two weeks as'teacher of the 9th and 6th grades in the parochial school. Sister DeSales taught at Rockwell City- substituting for 'a nun who was ill, Mrs.' Shepa'fd's two children were taken c&te of Ibther Load of Norton's fal on Its Way! by their hiattirnal grandmother Mrs. Lawrence Wingert. W.'S. 6, S, ¥0 Meet The W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday, Feb. 4 at the Methodist parsonage. Hostesses will be Mrs. J. A. Riggs, Mrs/ Mary Bradfield, Mi's. Mike Flom, Mrs. Otto Henderson and Mrs. Albert Girard. Devotions wil be conducted by Mrs. Dick Grifhorst and the lesson by Mrs. Don Kfaus. ' In National Gtuard • Marion, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. _ Clan- Robinson, attended a meeting of the national guard at Algona Thursday evening. The brganization ^expect new Uniforms soon. Marion joined several months ago. Oddfellow Parly At ..the Oddfellow card party Thursday night 7 tables s o£ 500 Were in play ,Mrsi Oliver YoUng and Ernest Hutchinson won high score pri/es, Glair Robinson and Mrs. Eunice Nelson, low score prizes. 24th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs,' Julius Matz' observed their 24th wedding anniversary Thursday, Jan. 22. Mtv and -Mrs. Oswald Lallier of Al- ,'oha visited them that evening. The women are Bisters. Study Club Host The Study club met with Mrs. Vincent Daughn Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. M. Kunz gave a sook review of-"Light Heart" This concludes their meetings till after Lent. To Entertain Club Mrs. Will Hrubes will entertain her bridge club Thursday afternoon, Feb. 5. Plan Guest Night • , The C. D. bf'A.s will have a uest night pavty Wednesday ev- ning. Each member is to bring ier husband or a guest. ociely To Meet . The Catholic Missionary Society vill meet Wednesday afternoon, ebruary 4. , A number of Rebekahs are lanning to go to Garner Thursay x night, Feb. 5 for the initia- on ceremonies. They will take AT. and Mrs. Russell McDanel of \lgona as new.candidates. -Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Koppen rent,, to Whittemore Thursday morning to attend the wedding 'of The Willing Workers Circle of the Methodist church held a f6od and bake sale Saturday at the Kraus store. Mrs. Will Pollard, Bill and Lar* ry of Forest City, Ark., visited the former's sister Mrs. Jule Matz and family recently. They also visited her sister Mrs. Oswald Lallier and family at Algona and a brother Julius Kelch and family at Superior. Mary Adine, youngest daughter of Mrs. Marie Kunz of Alioiia, former Wesley folks,, left recently for Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Wagner and baby, left Friday for Keosau- qua to visit his parents several days. Dwight, who is employed at a garage in Corwith, is convalescing' fiom an appendectomy. Mr. and Mrs. George Burnette of Ames spent Sunday, Jan. 18 at the- paiental Rev. J. A. Riggs home, Mr. Burnelte will complete his engineering course at the college in March, Mrs. Robert Gonung and son left Friday for Evanston, 111,, to join Mr. Genung who attends a trade school there. Mrs., Genung and .baby have been at her parental Raymond Hanson home several weeks. They REALLY Surprised Mike Arend, Thursday -.-i 1 ** •* * .i ' i _ _ A New Dealer has accepted the agency for On the Floor-Ready for delivery ; . NOW! No waiting for new cars! [The Luxurious , FflA Z|R M AN " -' , (> ,- " ;-- ' ; • ,'-• - '!TI)e Revolutionary rank-Uogofc.,' . . , • - • -Sunday .evening dinner guest n ,Jan. ,18 at" the , Everett •. Barr ofne were Mr. rind 'Mrs, Hrirry Lichty, and-m arid Mrs. Har6ld Lichty of Lu Verne. , , .Six, local Boy; scouts attended a district meeting at Algona Wed- nesday. >• ' ' , ; r ^ f '.~ , Karl Wester,of. Ames visited his .folks, here Wednesday.. *, • Portland—Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend have been married 30 years and on Thuisday evening planned to celebrate the event by having supper out and attending a show. The son, Raul, ( informed them that the Pete Arcnds were corning for the evening. After waiting for some time Mrs. Arend decided to sit with her feet in hot water a while and go to bed. Soon the cars started'driving in and horns were Honking -in serenade. Forty relatives were in ' the gr,oup and they brought lunch and had a merry time. Guests were Mrs. Mary Nilles and-Lucille and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nilles, son Anthony and daughter Betty, all of Remsen; the N. J. Kneps and Pete Hilbert families, Wesley, the Joe Krieps family, Sexton; Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Erpelding, Bode; the John Arend family, Corwith, Mr. and, Mrs. John Erpelding, Marie and Al and Pete Arend family, Joe Mcr- gen family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Erpelding and daughters, and Rose and Christine Arcnd, all of Algona. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Arend were married in Algona and Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding and Mr. and Mrs. N. J» Krieps and Mrs! Peter Nilles were also guests at the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Arend live on their own farm near Burt, which is well improved and has a large modern house. They have ownec the place the past sixteen years. Visit Mother, Baby Mrs. Ray McWhorter and Mrs £ Frank Becker were visitors a •Mrs. Luther Fairbanks, Friday MrS. Fail banks and baby are now at home. and wrote invitations to a shower to be held Thursday afternoon in honor of Mary Lee Wolf, R, N., Carroll. Mary Lee and Louis Lauritsen, Audubon, are to be married Feb. 9 at Carroll, Home From A Trip Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf are homfe after spending two weeks in Arkansas ahd Missouri^ They helped their son Clare and family get settled on their farm at Prairie View, Ark., and on the return trip Visited relatives at Pcrshing, Mo. Parents Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs..Fern Drone arc parents of a new* girl born Wednesday, Jan. 28, The baby was born at home and weighed silght- ly over 7 Ibs. She has been named Barbara Ann. Mrs. Mary Kain, Mrs. Drone's mother, is caring for mother and Babe andtJyIvia Baas is assisting with the^hbusework. Neighborhood Parly Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf entertained at a neighborhood card party Wednesday evening. There were four tab!6s of 500 and high prizes went to Mrs. W. J. Stewart and Mike Arend and low to Mrs. Clifford Young and Albert Baas. Travel prize went to Clifford Young. Lunch was served. Set Spelling Date For County Meet Date for the Kossulh county spelling cohlest has been set foi* March 20 at the court house in Algona. Claude Sankey, Wright county superintendent from Clarion will be pronouncer. Mr. Sankey has served in that capacity here since former. Algona high .school principal transferred to Michigan teaching. Preliminary contests will be held a few weeks before the finals. The Lone Rock school had its preliminary last Week. -^;.,..^;:v:^ WANT ADS BRING RESULTS, In 40 Beldw Cold Mrs. R. A, 1 Thursday from —,„„.., where she had spjsnVS with her son and diitiglW .,.*• Mr. and Mrs. Merle Davids6*t.,M reports the mercury\ as Ma^l gone to 40 degrees ' '* ••'"*one night. bwa "U" Iowa Ciiy—liarold C. tJanwart,' Algona, and Thos, J. DcVihe, Bancroft, wJl be graduated this week Saturday from the state university, each with a'B.A. degree.> With 628 graduates this will b6 ";f*ss the largest mjdi-yeat 'commertcc* , .<*&& mcnt in the university history. {• • i' ( ^ ,",, r-4-vl -**•*& Shower Invitations A "group of ladies met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Earl Miller OAfGAGi jk -Russ^K-y-i : "t W(H AMP LIN SERVICE l<?5? AMAZING NEW DISCOVERY FOR HARD OF HEARING Science has now made it possible for the deafened to 'hear faint sounds. It is a hearing device so small that it fits in the hand and enables thousands to enjoy sermons, music and friendly companionship.' Accepted by the Council on Physical Medicine of the American- Medical Association.- This hearing aid does not require . separate battery'- pack, battery wire, case or garment to bulge or weigh you down. The tone is clear and powerful. 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