The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1948 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 10, 1948
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*%• ., ? ' Upper DBJ Molnftt Tuesday, February 16, 1948 auritzen Gives Ik To Fenton $LT.A. February 2 Eenion! P. T. A. met on Monday, February 2, at the Fenton high school. louring the business meeting there was a discussion on serving hot lunches at the school for next year. 'Mrs. E. K. Johnson was program chairman for this meeting. County Superintendent Laurit- ei.en was guest speaker and gave a Very interesting talk and discussion on various subjects cen- I.ering around education and our responsibilities of today. Mrs. Everett Dreyer will have charge of the program for the P. IV A. meeting on March 2. Rev. Menster of Corwith be the guest speaker at this meeting. Rev. Monster was with Admiral Byrd on his expedition to the South Pole and will speak on this subject* The meeting will be at the Fen ion school gym and the public is invited to attend. Honored on Birthday Miss Leona Benson entertained at. a birthday party honoring Mrs, W. W. Jolley on Thursday evening. The cvc-ning was spent playing various games and also 500 was played at two tables and bridge at two tables. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Miss Jolley received many lovely and useful gifts. Guests were Mesdames Lousy. Ray Stoeber, Dale Wpisbrod, Mervin Hale. Wilfred Stoeber, Oliver Stoeber. Frank McFalL Wendell Rusch, Retta Eigler, Virginia Eigler. Geo. Jorgenson Jr., Lvle Newel, Gerald Voigt. Rav Theesfield and Miss Janet McFall. Those invited but unable to attend were Mesdames Ray Priebe, S. E. Straley, Dallam,' Eugene Hliskamo, Wayne Alderson, Robert Anderson. Lylc Basset and Miss Lilas Boevers. Si, Luke's,Aid The St. Lukes Ladies' Aid society met On Thursday, February 5, at the church parlors. Hostesses were Mesdames Bon Luedtke, Marvin Ltiedtke, and Ed Meyer. There was a large number of guests present. Rev. Friedrich led in devotions and gave a discussion on the topic. The hostesses served a lovely lunch. W,. S. C. S. Meeting The W. S. C. S. met at Methodist church parlors on Thursday afternoon. February 5. with a large number in attendance. Mrs. Carrie Voigt gave the worship service and Mrs. Arlo Ranncy pave the lesson. Mrs. Woodward of Whittemore gave a talk on cancer. A poem was read by Mrs.^ Fred Newel. A lovely lunch was served by the hostesses. Hostesses were Mesdames John Theesfield. Joe Madden, Will Weisbrocl, Alfred Meyers, Earl Lufkin and Art Voigt. Si. John's Aid *, The St. John's Ladles' Aid met Wednesday, February 4, at the church parlors. Hostesses were Mesdames Ben Luedtke, Marvin Luedtke and Ed Meyer. There was a large, number of guests present. Rev. Friedrich led, in devotions and gave a discussion on the topic. The hostesses served a lovely lunch. Si. Luke'/ Aid 'The St. Luke's Ladies' Aid society met on Thursday, February 5; at the church parlors. Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn and Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn were the hostesses. Mrs. Dan Bleckwenn had charge of the entertainment. Rqv. Rehcler won the contest, whiqh was a part of the entertainment. Mrs. Will Miller had charge of the meeting in Mrs. Votteler's absence. Guests were Mesdames George Gremmels. George Bolte, Charles Walton, Arnold Hantelman, Eldon Hantelman, and Albert Langerman. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. AUNT HET BY ROBERT QUILLEN "I measure a man by what it takes to swell his head, By the time Silas had saved eight thousand, he started lalkin' about ihe lower classes," Come to the KQSSUTH MOTOR CO., for batteries, seat covers, and other auto spares and accessories. We carry a complete selection of Chevrolet factory parts- go always *ry WS first! KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Four-H Girls Meet The'Fenton Forward 4-H club met at the home of Carol Jane De Wall on Tuesday evening. The regular business meeting was held. Guests of the club were Mesdames Gerhard Hantal- man. Hugh Carney, and 'Albert Mitchell. .«x< Luncli was served by the Itost- Junior Class Play The Fenton Junior class play "Three Days of Grace'' will be given at the school- gym on Friday, February 20. The Deborah Circle of the Methodist church will meet on Wednesday, Feb. 18, at the home of Mrs. Dale Weisbrocl at 2 o'clock. Oliver Raymond and Wilfred Stoeber went to Des Moines on Friday. Raymond and Wilfred Stoebev are attending a hardware dealers meeting while Oliver Stoeber is visiting the Theater Supply Houses. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber and Dr. and Mrs. Jolley attended the show at Fairmont on Sunday afternoon and then enjoyed dinner and the evening at Lake Airs. The occasion honored the wedding anniversary of the Stoebers last week and Mrs. Jolley's birthday, this week. The Hook and Eye Sewing - \ r club met at the homo of Mrs. Kenneth Halvefsori on Tuesday, February 3.- Mrs. Martin Wilbefg was a guest. , The Lutheran • L a y m all's League will meet on Tuesday* February 24 at St. John's Lutheran church. A picture "King of Kings" will be shown. This is a picture showing the life and death of Christ. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt spent Monday and Tuesday in Waterloo visiting friends and shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and family of Ringsted were Sunday dinner guests at the 'Ed Priebe home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler went to Rochester; Minn., Sunday, where they plan to go through the clinic. Mesdames Ernest Votteler, E. K. Johnson, and Ed Priebe were in Estherville last Friday afternoon on business. Rev. and Mrs. Rehder visited with Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt last Tuesday at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Algona 4-H Meets The Algona 4-H club met Jan. 26 at Lindy's Inn, Paul Lindholm being the host. The program included reports by. the officers, Howard Schoby, Richard Mawdsley, Paul Lindholm and Jerry. Leaneagh. Lester Gingerich gave a demonstration 'on a dairy improvement project. The club decided to enter the-4-H annual dairy heifer contest. Two new members are Alfred Grill Jr., and Raymond -Dacken. Good Sale Jurgen Wendt, of Lowden, sent 55 steers to market recently in Chicago and got a check for $24.723.00, at $39.50 per hundred. Not a record, pqssibly, but it shows that a steer on the hoof represents a lot of money nowadays. IF IT'S NEWS. WE WANT IT! Ministerial Gathering The Rev. A. F. Otto and his family were Sunday everting dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Friedrich, Fenton, and other guests tficrc Were the Re\. A. F. Rehder and his family, Fairville, and Rev. and Mrs. Luther L'oesch, son Ronnie, of Algona. Birthday Celebrated Mesdames Edw. Kressin, Elmer Pijahn. George Walter, and Herbert Pctratz with their children called on Mrs. A. F. Otto Wednesday afternoon to remind her of her birthday. The time was spent at visiting, after which lunch brought in by the guests was served. gait*? it .tte.fc aft-a- MIC A; . Mr.'ahd. aftd MfS. MM. Wllrftef , arid Fefddie out seh8e ;fflaHipsr»".' & - VV 1 ^ »"**•* •' and ' Mrs. Lbrfen JUr kef , ' F6fi!8f!« afid MfcSi Lteohfi y&M^M^ Ik: lira 1 ySuhg fftanV" ;tHa-t,he ald f of Little Cidfif, , '' The JElev. aftd Mf a,. 'Luther •Mr, and Mrs. El'meT, Pljahft, S6ri Loesch and Mt\ ahd , Gary sjseflt Sunday* aftefrtotJft aW Otto, Algona, evening at WW; Bell's^ ' -**Jfr .a •¥*!». a 4 A >i*ill±tl ' ahd Richard and Ro^er < Lavrenzi, \leaw (Me fflatehlng '{sen*, aiu.Ai'..»«i *..*.',. «~it&,i^R,.....*->M.t.« « , Paul Affeidt, of Burt, Were Sunday afternoon Shower for Lofts Creek Bride Elect Lotts Creek—A miscellaneous shower was held Sunday at the Irhmanuel Lutheran school fof Verdell Boettcher, 65 attending. At 500 high went to Mrs. Art Rusch, low to Miss Boettcher, the guest prize to Mrs. Lydia WfetzeL The bride-to-be received ma'ny gifts. Hostesses were % Mrs. Fred Meyer, Mrs. Victor Struecker, Fenton, Mrs. Win. Mueller, daughter Carmen, Fairville, and Mrs, Herman Hintz, daughter Caroline. Miss Boelicher To Wed ' Mr. and Msr. Fred Boettcher have announccd i the approaching marriage of their daughter Verdell to Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude .Seeley, Fenton. The ceremony will be held at "2 o'clock at the Immanuel Lutheran, church here, the Rev. A. F. Otto official ing. f k t. t 4 « I (i t Better Feeding Grown Period s , * •S.' 1 " 1 "' 1 «* """ • sh ° W - anaVy sls . ". ,1 as n "n'Vri"''0 v- ab strain con . on portance "\\ OG *•'*• " T f pdev b 11 * , «tern SU PP' for the taim ev to bifS savpin ^ t w U enable *em because it .* heir own Pi ^ acids present m ^ ws*"',*, >»*.,»»•>* hybrid. 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Nominations for directors have been made, more nom- inatio.ns, toxb.e;.called, for from, the; floor with ballots prepared to facilitate th'is important part of the meeting just as much as possible. < Band; music that wil| stir you, illusions that will thrill and chill you, magic to mystify you, and afspeak- er of national prominence for inspiration. Folks there is just about everything possible to amuse and interest Mother, Dad and the kids. We will be looking for you. Too, we plan to get you started home in time -for'the evening chores. it i t' * - * The Humboldt High School Band will give ,a short concert starting at one o'clock. This' is a fine group of young musicians and they will give you a : lot of pleasure during the period that the crowd is gathering. > < Carl Mario & Co.- Carl Mario, nationally known illusionist and ma- 'gician, will present forty-five minutes of thrills,- chills, .laughs, and mystery. He will give you four of his large illusions and he calls them."Castle of Dreams," "Hindu Temple", "Garden of Flowers", and his famous "Trunk Exchange and Escape Act". Frank Miles, Speaker Many of you have heard Mr. Miles'speak and will remember how interesting and Jnformqtive are his talks. The REA Co-ops in Iowa are going to publish a monthly newspaper and Mr, Miles has been secured qs editor, THIS IS YOUR COMPANY. LEARN MORE ABOU THIS MEETING. OVRmmP ANY, ^ ;r L- t . >. * P •• i i For Members and

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