The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1948 · Page 18
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Firemsn Record At Oys/er Eating Wesley—The., annual fireman's oyster supper was held in the Ligion hall Thursday evening. Dt, H. H. Raney, fire chief, and all firemen, retired firemen and council men attended. Harrjy Mathas of Lakota and Tom Me- Mahon .of Pocahontas, former fire chiefs, were guests. It is re ported that hew oyster-eating records were set. Get Veil* As Nuns Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rasmus- KCII went to Cedar Rapids Monday of last week to attend the profession ceremonies when theit cousins, Sister Mary Damien and Sister Mary Kevin received their black veils. The nuns are Adele and Arlene, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Daughn of Britt, and granddaughters of Mrs. Anna Loebig. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Daughn and Audra and Father Win. Monster of Corwith went to Cedar Rapids on Sunday for the ceremony. The nuns will continue their teaching training. They are Sisters of Mercy. At Algona Wedding Mr. and Mrs; Charles Froelich and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froelich attended the wedding of Kathleen Huber to Robert Detrich at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huber of Algona, former Wesley vicinity residents. and a granddaughter of the Charles Froelichs. -The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Detrich of Algona. ' "Laf-a-Lot" Club The Laf-a-lot 500 club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Viola Studer;., Mrs. George Vitzthum, Mrs. Norbert Hilbert and: Mrs. Ed Hildman were guests. Mrs. Vitzthum won. high score prize, Mrs. Lillie Loebig low, and Mrs. Joe Studer, travel. home Tuesday evening of last •weeki. 23 members and guests attended. The lesson on Rat Control ; was given by Harry Studer, vice 'president, in the absence of tht president Bill Goetz. 46, St. Joe 42 The independent basketbaL team defeated the town team •from St. Joe 46-42 in a game played here Wednesday night. The girls town team won from ;the Wh,ittemore team 46-28 that evening. Girls Los.f. To Renwick The girls high school basketball team met defeat at the hands of Renwick Wednesday evening. 5035 in the first round of thk sectional tournament. The game was played a.t Renwick. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs. Viola Studer entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Alfred' Erdman and Mrs. Clarence Ward as guests. Mrs. George Ward, a member of the club, was presented a farewell gift as she is moving with her family to Clear Lake this week. Visit At Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gouge went to Carroll, Wednesday where they visited relatives several days. Their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Becker, newly-weds stayed at the Gouge farm during their absence. Honeymooners Return Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, newlywcds, returned home Wednesday from a six weeks honeymoon to Florida and Texas. Thursday evening about 75 friends and relatives gave them a charivari party. Ice cream and take was served and oranges from Texas given to the guests.' Leave For Texas Mrs. Dick Mayes and two children left Wednesday for Dallas, Texas, where Mr. Maycs has bought a furnished home. They had been at her parental Ihno Gerdes home six weeks. Weds At Carroll Ward relatives have received word of the marriage of Mary Lee Wolf. R. N., to Louis Lauritsen at Carroll Monday, Feb. 9. Thy bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf of the Burt vi- fin^ty. They arc former Wesley farmers. Ex-Resident Weds Friends here have received woijd that Enar Franzcn, a former Wesley resident, was married January 26 in Germany. He and his bride are expected home this month. He was a captain in the 1 army of occupation and later \vaS a civilian employee. He was in Germany two years. A Farewell Surprise Mr. and Mrs. George Ward were honored at a surprise farewell party at their home Monday evening of last week. 500 was placed at four tables and the self-invited neighbors served a deljcious lunch and presented Wards with a gift. 4-H Club Meets The boys 4-H club of Wesley township met at the Joe Studer Official Headquarters for Buster Brown BOY SCOUT SHOE3 SHUTS SHOE sropt Auxiliary Meeting The next meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Thursday evening, Feb. 19 nstead of the 12th. An Americanism program will be presented. Vtrs. L. L. Pfeffer, president, and Mrs. Albert Neuroth are hostess- C. D. A. Card Winners A. fair sized crowd attended [he C. D. A. guest night party Wednesday evening. Mrs.-.J. L. Haverly and Clarence Nelson won high score prize in bridge and Mrs. Lou Lickteig and J. M. Kunz in 500. Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer received door prize. At Illinois Funeral Mrs. Lael Root accompanied by her sister Mrs. Norman Allison of Mason City attended the funeral of a relative at Rockford, 111., Monday of last week. Visiting Mother Robert Kirkpatrick is visiting his mother Mrs. Lucille Kirkpatrick and other relatives here. He recently completed a course in refrigeration and air conditioning at Chicago under the G. I. bill. Mrs. Lawrence Koppen and Mrs. George Kemper were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs attended an Algona sub-district ministers meeting at the Rev. Handy home at Burt Monday, Feb. 9. • Mrs. J. A. Riggs and Paul spent from Monday to Wednesday at the George Burnette home at Ames. Miss' Trancy Hutchison was taken to the Park hospital at Mason City last week—for surgery. Mr., and Mrs. Lester Larson visited his mother Mrs. Peter Larson at Clarion Thursday. • Maynard Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swanson, who has been employed at a garage at Ames has enrolled in the Dunwoody Institute of Technology at Minneapolis. He will take a course m auto mechanics. Sam Alne is employed inteft- struction work at Qufaeeh, Minn. Rosalie Alne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne, is operating a beauty shop at fitonka, Mrs. Fred Diekman and Mrs. Elmer Glawe visited their mother Mrs. Kate Hansen, a p^neu* monia patient at the,Park hospital at Mason City, Friday. Mrs. Hahsen was taken there on Tuesday. Mrs. Harold Brooks of Waver* ly came Tuesday to get her two children who have been with their grandparents the Charles Krauses two weeks. Fred Bohn and son Willis spenl ;he weekend- at Mason City and Minneapolis. They are here from their home at Berkeley, Calif., on business pertaining to the renting or .farming their half section, the former A, A. Studer farm. Mrs. Oscar Wagner and her brother Don Olson of Manly spent several days last week at the parental E. M. Olson's. They assisted Mr. Olson with the closing out sale in his grocery store. Mrs. J, M. Kunz entertained' her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman and Mrs. Viola Studer were entertained at the George Vitzthum home Friday evening. Mrs. Will Hrubes entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Will Ryan, Mrs, Larry Youngwirth and Mrs. John Bauer were guests. Mrs. Ryan won travel prize and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer high score prize. This will conclude the parties till after Lent. ( Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Formance of Britt were callers at the Will Hrubes home Sunday, Feb. I.- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Nelson were callers at the Will Hrubes iiome Thursday evening. Swea City V.F.W. Auxiliary Host At C®rc9 Benefit, llth Swea City-r-The VFW Auxiliary is sponsoring a benefit card party at VFW hall, Feb. 11, at 8 p. m. The entire proceeds of the party will be donated to the Cancer fund. The president of the auxiliary. Mrs. Gayl Johnson, says, "The VFW auxiliary is happy to have such a worthwhile project as assisting the Cancer fund drive, as we must learn more of the prevention and above all, the cure for cancer. '. . . the only way to accomplish this is by financial aid for research work. Buy a ticket—attend the party. There will be three door prizes given, and your ticket includes lunch." World Prayer Day World Day of Prayer will be observed here Friday, Feb. 13 at 2:30 at the Lutheran church. The program/is sponsored by the women of all the churches. Mrs.. George Nyman is in charge of arrangements. The program as planned will begin with an organ prelude by Mrs. Phillip Holcomb, followed by responsive reading and congregational singing. Leaders ofj "meditation on prayer" will be Mesdames Hammer and WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SALUTING THE Boy Scouts ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR Anniversary DRUGGISTS'MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF IOWA M, II, i'alkenUaincT, Secretary , Mft.'Peter'. talk .on "Worid-CM^sj,T6d[6y a Chalifeftid to i Pf*yet", A mmi JtlU§l66l ftUrhbeif from 'each cfurtch will be given and Elaine Lihde will blay the (Sfferfofy on', hfef Vibf fihatp.. - intercession' will be Made fdfi iSuropfe, China, India, Jatiaii, . Palestine,. Africa and South American natibfts,.-as bre» sehted ift the UNO; al&o for own local needs. , , ; ' '" • ' :,''•''-• f '- !/;T v^|%/'^ »#j« tf-^uij ftuu* 1-u.j v t*«4' -*itiAiaH-hi* l ."ttfc^it«^fii. 1 «tf* •'»;*..» «ik ^j.i*il^*#^i»Uyi« t '*'^ r il^ i »<.*«ftilfe^f'v*f Ifalii A Stroke , ' - r ^ Mrs. G, W. Anderson"suffered a stroke at her Home Jn Grant township Monda^ (2nd) 'and is very low at an Estherville' hospital. «; -. j Mrs. ttilma Erlckson is in AlT gona with a cousin Mrs. Roy Richardson Who 'is Very ill. Mr$. tfarbld Rbba aM Mff ttehry Larson Avill assist,,Mrs, Rudolph Peterson ift ferifestatt' the .Swea Harrison Jioffie sttldy grolA) at hef home Feb. 11, The meeting will take the forfft df a* va^ntine party and each guest IS asked to brinf a valferitinfe, The stutiy for the afterfldott will.fe turg "Legal rights for 5 Wbrnen"> £dna Hokomb, supervisor of nurses at Mary Creeley 1 hospital. Ames, is spending some time here caring for her father J. H. Holcomb, who is quite ill at his home on the southeast side of town, . John Tweeten, pre-mfedic student at Si Olaf college, Northfield, returned last week to his school after spending^ the time between quarters with his parents the A. B. Tweetens. A son was born Feb. 3 at the A Salute to the Scouts! Scouting helps the boy build a good character and-a good reputation. Scouting is one of the strongest influences'for good in the life of a boy ... it trains him in the days of good citizenship. LET YOUR BOY JOIN! ...... <_..««—»v«,»" TO' Mfe.fina iSf?:{3f afisfc'ir, Hg'HUr te . r f.,a-hd Utt, OseaY.fcifide entertained aT;diftfteT, Ffiday 4 eve'ni ing in hoftof-ttf-Mr,, firtd Mrs,. Keith''Arktefsbft, who — TV .aid Ifc. fnti; tefaXStaiW 'AttJlH^fB artdjtfafffelj •.Mrpm&<ia<t» l , flbpf L l&^JA Wt-^ fcil«6fc» l£fe£J^ iLHtlt ' JOXli ^ItVMt incie,»tuW«S-0ns. antt Mr.,ana Mrs. dllff6?d Aftdefsdrl ffnd M^llyft.i,^' iMr^fed Win8ftJMMr.-MM.iJ. H; ,, rs, HatiteS' Larson ' Were 1 at a sKdwar" hoft6iciH|' Bfe* Mfs^Kditli , at WNE ROCK H, At.Blanchard, J, M. Blanch*' ayrle Thompson, ftrd,f$;|6de along "witft juugene IOOK' IHB O masofir^. .They Ffidav,jte .. e with 'tJoM6«cIfiftchatd to J &^r:- a«e'fid*>;. - riight i^Blani •Mf>' and. Glidden. ,, Mr. and ribs.' Lawrence Walsh and' family agent fuesday .evening at the Bernard O'Donflell home*, 1 A Friendly Scout ' IS LIKE THIS Friendly Bank It may seem strange to compare a bank with a Boy Scout.. .and yet there is a striking 1 resemblance, we think, be- hvcen our bank and the Scouts. A Scout Is alyvays friendly, helpful, good-natur-, ed, prepared and ready to do a good turn. That is part of his code, The people in this friendly bank arp the same way. We are always most hap-* py (<,) grant your requests for our services , or help, and if .there is Qver any reason why we can't you can he sure ev» ery detail of any transaction .will he gone over with you lit a friendly,' help* fill wft^V , t This is your "friendly bank, IVe are out tq'do our "good turns" daily, SECURITY STATE BANK "The Friendly Bank' C. B. Mviriagh, J, W 5 fjag^ard, fran^: Kohlhaas, P. A, Pcbemel, 3, ]B, Murtagh. NATIONAL BtrrSCOUT WEEK FEB. &h42th KINDNESS and COURTESY Are Practiced by the Boy Scouts * \ ''••!.'- y \ And St piiys MS (Hvidcnds to the hoys . . . «n(l, it pays ))ig divi- «10H(lS'to US. , ^ (^ f!] ' > t We get a lot of genuine- pleasure in \boing courteous in all our dealings. " ' ( ' ; IVe could 'never enjoy the so-called "down to cold business" , method . .. We like to deal with our/patrons arid customers just as we consider'them our very best friends. All the world can take a good iesson by following the Scout Oath and Scout Law. We In\jTe|You to Yisit Our Bakery , , /t . ALGONA BAKING CO-i * • Bakers of Delibibfl5j A '"Honey Krusl" Bakery Products ( Get to Know •; ; ffongy Krust vU '<• ' •ill, f- '. ""ll >< I •.',-}'. ft i. >\ i>i I \> THE GREATEST FEATURES! i CHEVROLET t |t TRUCKS ONLY ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS FOR 1948 HAVE ALL THESE NEW AND FINER FEATURES; ">"•-" ' ,- f "'; . " > • .' 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