The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1948 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 3, 1948
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: s.Voffeler *..«. Poitit . had^chafg^of this £>ro- Reading,, Dofort r;,o , •Mo. • SBless fhiJ' dOs •Will Mllle'fj -a shb'ft skit 5 wa's e- §eflted\by Mrt, Pettit ahd Mrs. Norldfld; jriaho solo'^fld hmdiftg, Lael Peim.' • • * r/f Mrs. Vottolor, received hianj Vely gifts. A delicious t\Vd coilrse lundheon was served a tho close of the a/ternodft;i 1 iy? Hostesses 'were Mesaame Frank Humphrey, Will Fishe f Mfs.' ErviH Votieler i'.hbiiorcd at a miscellaneoti^ at t'he Fairville church ofs, Tuesday afternoon, The Ofs wera,.beautifully decorat* n white and green* 9 1, Soulful swains take heed.' « We'll wash and polish and sprcy your auto .. . give it the "new look" the ladies admire. Across From Legion Hall Our Extra Care Means Longer Wear arid Cfeorgc Stems. Ltflhefaft Aid Meets , .the Sl» Johns Lutheran La* dies' Aid of Depew rfiet ¥huril- day iafternqon, Jan. '29,, in 'the church parlors, Mrs. Fred Jo- hansen'ahd Mrs. Melvln Norland were hostesses. ..The program was a duet by Mrs. Marry Barkve and . Mrs. Melvin Egltfnd! scripture read* ing "aftd prayer, Rev. Gilbertson; Mrs. Nyles Heggen ' gave the topic reading; Rev. ' Oilbertsoh gave a discussion on the topic Solo by Mrs. Oilbertson. ,A1 Alg6na Parly Mr. and Mrs. Jim McNerny Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Reid of Fair- month, Mr. and Mrs, Brooks, Mr. and, Mrs. Jep-Reid of Humboldt, Mr. arid Mrs. Melvin 'Mansager f«d Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber of Fenton were Saturday evening guests of Mr, and Mrs L. J. Reid ,of Algona at the Algona Country club. The occasion honored a .wedding anniversary and a birthday. Mrs. Eigbr Hostess T {JS. Satu ' rd£ >y Bridge club met on Thursday afternoon in the homo oi Mrs. Retta Eigler. Four tables were in play. Guests were Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mrs, Rex Wolfe and Miss Agnes Uoetsch, Mrs. Re»ners won high score arftl Mrs, Everett Dreyer was second high. Each of the guests also received a gift. Rev. F, A. Wiese and son of ke* View were Tuesday even- ng dinner' guests at the William Hantelman home, Mr. 'and Mrs, Marold Schlei were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Dale Weisbrod oome. Grace Matthiesen of Fort Dodge visited Saturday and Sun^• y a * tl l e Clarence Trlggs home. Miss Matthiesen, a sister of Mrs Tngges, is an anesthetist at'the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr: and Mrs. Raympnd Stoeber were Sunday dinner guests at the L. J. Reid home in Algona. Hilbcrt Hantelman of Mankato visited for a couple of days during the past week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Christina Hantelman. Mr and Mrs. Cl'arence Triggs and Miss Grace Matthiesen, thtr latter of Fort Dodge, visited with Mrs. Chester Triggs at the Emmetsburg hospital on Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madden and son Joe and Bobby Johnson of Armstrong were Monday evening dinner guests at the Oliver Stoeber home. Mr", and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and daughter Susan visited Friday with Mrs. Stoeber's mother, Mrs. John VerBrugge at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Fauerby of Ames spent the last weekend with Mrs. Clara Fauerbyi 4 Mr. and Mrs. August Kyhl aftd Mr. and Mrs. Nels ChftstiaRSoh of.i'Ringsted were Sunday after- HOon ^guests of Mr. and -Mrs. Hans Baags. . , Mr. and Mrs; Rex Wolfe' were Sunday evening, guests lh the Hans Baago home. • Mr. and Mrs, Martin Uanlel* man were Wednesday evening dinrter guests at thfe Ted Me'ief home at Whittemore. Mr.* .and Mrs. O. Benson of Morris, Minn,, are parents of a daughter born Friday, January 23. Mrs. Benson is the former Marjorie Wegner, daughter, of Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Wegner. Mrs. Mary Harsch • of Algona underwent an operation Monday at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. She is in a very serious condition, Mrs. Harsch is a sister of John Light and is well known to many Fenton people. Tractor Fire At Ted Wtillentine Farm, Lakota Lakoia: The fire siren sent out another fire alarm about 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon and ihe fire truck went to the Ted Wallentine home about three miles northwest of Lakota.where a tractor was on fire but it was quickly put oUt after men and ;ruck-arrived.' Two men, Messrs. Wallentine and Anderson shov^ eled snow on the gasc-tank until the fire truck ~ arrived. Attend Scout Drill Five cars driven by the Rev. Fred Darnaueiv Ray Hertzke, Ray Smith, .George Heetland and Emory Smith took 12 Boy Scouts, 8 Cub Scouts and some of their parents to Algona la^t week .Wednesday night, where they attended the county Scout- aree held at the high school. A large crowd was present and the Lakota cubs were presented with their, charter. : Fire During Shower Mesdames Ted Wallentine, J. H. Holcomb, P., A. Holcomb 'and Harvey Larson of Swea City held a pre-nuptial shower at Mrs. Wallentine's, Thursday afternoon, honoring.Deldres Koestler of : near Ledyard^who was tp be married .February 1, at the Methodist church in Ledyard t6 Keith Anderson of Swea City. Mrs. Wallentine reports the tractor fire furnished excitement for a while to the guests. Thirty- five women were present. Fost Nuptial Shower A post-nuptial shower honor r ing Mr. and ' Mrs. Gene Garrett was held at the Carl Garrett's Thursday evening with a group of relatives-and friends attending,.. Bj.ngp .f,urnisljed-..enter,tain- Wont nnd advice was given the "J*? 0 wll ° received some nice gifts. The newlyweds will be at home later in the home now being constructed. - - flbme From a TtijJ , F, Gus Torine returned home last week Tuesday from a three weeks trip when he visited relatives in SI. Paul, Minn., Baraboo, Wis., and Chicago and attended the wedding of a nephew in Milwaukee, Wis. J. A. Bargar kept the fires burning and cared for the hens while he was gone. Move lo Siroebel Farm The Charles Stroebels moved recently to the Stroebel estate farm south of town. George and Fred Stroebel, who have farmed tne place for many years, have moved to town and will live with their mother. Their future plans are indefinite. Ill Wilh Ihe Flu Mrs, Herman Jutting has been confined to her home suffering with flu the past two weeks. Mrs. Koppen 111 Mrs. Peter Koppen has been ill at her sister's, Mrs. Nick Koppen, since the fire and Thursday night she was taken- to the Buffalo Center hospital for observation, i 3 Tables of Bridge Mrs, C. A. Gutknecht ahd Emma Gutknecht entertained at three tables of bridge last week Wednesday evening at Mrs. Gut- Tuesday, February fr, 1$48 knecht's. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kienitz of Hurt and Mr, ahd Mrs. Harry Rosenau were last week Sunday visitors at the Elmer Kienitz's. Marion Sleper of Blue Earth Minn,, visited with Wirtjes Thursday Sunday,visitor* at H, man's were Mr, ahd Keister and son Bob Walter BramhalJ and all of Mason City." " « X, 9 Tax Dollar^ Are Being Wasted! * * / r ' ' . • * The,Veterans Administration Refuses To Take Over Schick General flospital, Built During The Recent War, At Clinton^ Iowa 1 * ' . ' v.' r The Veterans of Foreign Wars ask your help in doing something about it! And here's how... ^Y*> This Season... RAISE HY-LINE CHICKS For a flock of all-year layers The usual rate of lay for Hy-Line -flocks is 50% to 80% for the en- tife egg production year. Hy- 'Lines are highly resistant to extremes in weather—hot or cold. Farm flock averages of 200 eggs per Hy-Line are common tinder •farm conditions. , Share in these benefits by raising Hy-Line Chicks this season. Get the complete facts in our . .'. NEW HY-LINE CHICK CATALOG 'Come In and Get A FREE Copy Today '""WALTER VAUDT GROTEWOLD FARM STORE Buffalo Center, Iowa , Roy'*B. Johnson; Prop. * Did You Ever See a Tow Chain? The use of a tow chain on your car spells Trouble! Be free from the worry of being "towed in" . . . have Schultz Bros, check over your car thorouhly. Beat this cold weather to the punch and have us check your battery, wiring, radiator and brakes. Be safe, be sure, drive your car into Schultz Bros, garage now and let us satisfy your needs with quality work and reasonable prices. * * ACCESSORIES CHAINS PARTS -, ANTI-FREEZE MOTOR TUNE-UP OVERALL TIRES LUBRICATION OILS GREASES COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR SERVICE SCHULTZ GARAGE & SERVICE STATION ! .***,* STUDEBAKER SALES AND SERVICE "On the-South Edge of Algonci" - -t Sign one of 01 ^^r; , f f . r ; I tijj \.f * M •< i ' * • i" ' s ,.'\ • * asking ihat Schs< be reopehecf as %«49H^iiiil%4 bflldti ^Vll! * , -'> ^^ • • . -• ,'?'' *•' •> *it^t be reopened as • u :, • ''":/'•*;' i ',"C , I 111 ]'- ' ' Hospital. -.•'• ? "^.' : - 1 / -, 'H/f™:' <i* ' „'„' ";, '' '. 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