The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1948 · Page 10
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Das Motrtaa Tuesday, I 1?» Lone Rock Creamery Has Annual Meeting, Feb. 12 Lone Rook—The annual meet ing of tho Vbi mers Co-op. Cream- 1 cry Co., of Lone Rock, was helc in the Presbyterian church parlors Thursday noon, Feb. 12. Dinner was served by the ladie.-, Mite Society to 67. The business. meeting was held immediately following the dinner. The,minutes of the 1 previous meeting were read and approved as read. Election of officers was held, to replace E. E. Hanna and Will Christensen. Nominations were received for E. E. Hanna and F. C. Dacken. Ballots were cast and 25 were for Hanna and 4 for Dacken. Other nominations \vere For Will Christensen, Louis Reilly and Milton Madison. Ballots were cast for these and 16 were for Christensen, 9 for Madison, and 5 for Reilly. The balance sheet and the operating statement were read by the operator and were approved as read. We also had two visitors from the Ringsted Co-op. Creamery. Martin Peterson, president of the board, and Ralph Flishler, manager of the creamery. Also a movie on food and the soil and one on fast milking were shown by Lester Gingrich, fieldman, in the quality program, who gave a talk on the quality and sediment pads of cream. Ben Schultz, brother of Frcd'k Schultx of Lone Rock, Ben being state dairy and food inspector of Spencer, gave a talk on quality and sediment pads. Also on what the federal food and drug people are doing, which was we'll worth hearing especially for, anyone having a poor sediment 'pad Door prizes were also given. II is to be noted that the Lone Rock Co-op. Creamery Co. had a very successful business year last year. At Des Moines Wedding Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson and Marlene went to Des Moines, of Boone, to Miss June Holland of Des Moines, which took place at the Calvary Baptist church, East 9th and Des MoineS street. Saturday night they visited the Elmer Malm berg home in Ames and John Carlstedt home at Stratford and on Sunday were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Isaacson at Boone. Lone Rock Rockets The Lone Rock Lively Rockets met at the hom£ of Janet Krueger Monday evening with 16 mem* bers answering roll call. Record books and helpful leaflets were jiven to each .memaer by the leaders. The leaders gave two demonstrations, one on making swiss steak and the other on broil- 3d steak. Rita Hurlburt and Lucille Decker gave a demonstra- ,ion on posture exercises. A talk was also given by Betty Shaser. They planned a well balanced ncal to which they are inviting heir mothers some time soon. Songs were sang for recreation. "iunch was served by the hostess. Band Mothers Party The Band Mothers sponsored a arcl party Thursday at the Lone Rock school auditorium. There I were 8 tables of guests present. Prizes went to the following: high for women by Mrs. Ed. McQuire, low for women by Mrs. Andrew Thomson, high for men by Joe Culbertson, low for men by Ronald Christenson, and Fred Schmidt won the chair prize. Lunch was served by the band mothers.- Saturday, to attend the wedding of their nephew. Warren Isaacson Ladies Mite Society The ladies aid society will meet Thursday, Feb. 19 at the home of Mrs. Fred'k Schultz with Mrs. C. F. Schultz as assistant hostess. The pi'ogram is to be on membership. Mr. and. Mrs. M. O. Richards and family were Wednesday dinner guests at the parental 'W. L. Bilsborough home in Algona in honor of her dad, Mr. Bilsborough's 'birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nelson and Harlan of Gold field, Mrs. Kenneth Bates and Peggy of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Kern, Mrs. Theo. Jacobson of Burt spent Tuesday at the parental Wm. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. P. t,. Person and Arthur took Roger Hoppe to his parental Edw. Hoppe home at Garden City, Minn., Thursday, after his spending over a wee'k visiting his grandparents. Mrs. Milo Bonebrake, another daughter of the Person's, from Blue Earth, Minn., rode along with them. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins of moved onto, the Jarm, south of Lone Rock, which Mf. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter fotfttefly vacated. Mr. and Mrs, Teeiei moved to a farm n^f« Sutt. Cletus Quinn left Friday to 1 spend the weekend at the Kyi-wood Quinn home at Ames.^ Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe'spent from Monday until Wednesday attending the hardware conven tion at Des Moines. Mrs. Gerald Geesman and in fant son, Thomas Bruce, arrivec home by ambulance from th hospital at Iowa City Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Cotton, N L. Cotton, Mrs. H. A, Blancharc spent Friday in Fort Dodge. Mrs. J. M. Anderson and Mrs Henry Schroeder attended a Farm Bureau leaders meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Ear Crouch home near Fenton. The esson was on consumers needs and prciblems. A follow-up meeting is planned for the future., the date to be given later, The Legion Auxiliary members as follows attended in body the funeral and burial of a member's, Mrs. Beulah Lee's former husband, Lt. Harry Montgomery at Swea City Wednesday afternoon. Lt. Montgomery was killed in action overseas. The members were Mrs. Emil Kraft, Mrs. Fred Flaig, Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, Mrs. • J. M. Blanchard Sr., Mrs. Edw. Blanchard. Others attending from Lone Rock were Mrs. H. A. Blanchard and Mrs.- Edw. Ohm, Rev. L. Kingma. Helen Elsbecker attended the wedding of Doris Wenzel to Thomas Fitzgerald at Fort Dodge Tuesday,'and also the reception which was held at the Club Wray Wood. She ' went there Monday night and returned home Tues- Iny night. Mr. and Mrs. C, O. Lockwood became the proud parents of a fine baby daughter, Janet Kay, who was born Wednesday evening, Feb. 11 at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. The little miss topped the scales at 7 Ib. 11 oz. * Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood arrived home Tuesday after a 6 weeks visit with his brothers and sisters in Seattle and Yakima, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Orvick of Ledyard spent Thursday afternoon at the Walter Thompson home. Jerry and Jane Angus spent Wednesday night with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell spent Friday evening at the Delmar Fischer home. , Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walsh, Mary Ellen, and Alice were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Bernard O'Donnell home in honor of their daughter, Helen's 7th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell and girls were Wednesday evening visitors at the James Shill- mgton home at Bancroft in honor of their teon Tommy Shillington's first birthday. ' The Band Mothers will hold LllCli AJV^WX V U.1<«C I>1AJ evening, Feb. 18 a, Mrs. EWest Jens&rt „ Heve* and Mrs. C. ft. hostesses. Mr. and Mrs, Dave weoer, Da^ viti and Bobby spent Wednesday evening at the Joe Miller Tieme Mrs. Maurice Millet- of Humbdldt came Thursday to spend,' ^bmp time with them until Maurice re ttirns. ? JJteSSS&as Mr* Mt&Mei, MfTftyirt, i^kiferYf'$«&&&i«it«i *'4^IM^^ Swat! City Fdritif Of 80 Acres Sold To John Poterson S.wea City-^John A ' Peterson last week bought • 'the v 'Harblr Hanson 80 acre farm, ^Khown by old timers as • the ! 61d''Blom'ste'r place. It is • Undcrs"to'dd 'the price was $20,000. Mr, 1 HaHsfen has not announced his plans. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson are home in Swea City after having spent the winter in Chicago and Minneapolis with their children. Mr. and Mrs. August Helmke left by automobile Thursday morning for California .to visit lis father and other relatives, The Rev. S. H. Hammer and Peter Peters planned to attend an ifficers meeting of the Youth for Jhrist organization at the Methodist parsonage, Lakota, Monday, Feb. 16. 'Out of town pcr,stths"'who at- ended the funeral-'of'Lt. Harry Montgomery ' Wedni^d'ay includ- d Mr. and Mrs. Alf'Kftfgger, Mr and'Mrs. Ronald Chl-JstVhsen arid Mrs/-.Ed McGuire, tone-Rock; S. M. Gladstone, Fairmbn't; Mr. and > 1 'fl'l'.'.lir. ' .;•'; J.TOfA.fM^k/nJU T 1^131 A OH _ Cj C. Cusfhfii' arid n&tff 'cffshtf ing, Falrmtmt.'. also a groUfi of American'ILefltin Auxiliary ladles fr'oni LonexRock, * ^Mr'4.' C. Jk:. K&th, ,ftet 0 'Mth Dahl,, and daughter, 'at* Viiitffig Anna Dahl and other relatives'. Mrs. Keith is from Minneapolis, Mr. -ahd Mrs. Will Mather returned, home last \Veefc ftonVArl* ,zona where they' had spent several weeks Vacationing. Mr. and -Mrs. Milt'6ft Peterson returned Wednesday, " FIB." 11 from a tour in several Western states including. California. Harvey, Vaux spent a few days in Swea City last Week. Hauvey whose home Is In- Washington, came to Visit -his father, J. L Vaux, Who is. hospitalized in Estherville 1 because of. a, broken hip. 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