The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1948 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 17, 1948
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Ocean 26 Days Bun-ell Lea&s,, - pbttqta Mr, and Mts. L(f!a! .EteSd&y from Salh 11 ft!*!ii Vil fi i;U| /• V>aui ' rie naa Jflnaed , thefe that day fbllowing a 26 .* " ? a Y s °, ceatt , tri P ffom Japan, They 19 lost several days- sailing time avoiding typhoons. They stopped /^ at Guam and Hawaii. Barrel!I expects his discharge this month. H Pfairie Neighbors Th'e Prairie Neighbors home project group met with Mis, . Rasmussen fuesday af lerVtdort,. Feb. 3. Mrs., Leonard Arttdorfer was assistant- The les soh Civil Rights of Married Wo ,mort. was giveh by Mrs. Herman 'StUder and Mfs. Charles Ny gaat'd, 17 wernbcrs attefided attests were Mfs. EJm'eY'lJa'Ugrm and Mrs'. Victbr Ldebig. The males will not meet until afto S- Weeks i ' ' • Mr, and Mrs. Victor Loebig Wfeftt to 'Milwaukee/^ Saturday and visited their daughter; Joan a studettt at St. Mary ? s Academy bVer the weekend. Mr, Loebig then entered the Sacred Hear snhltorium for a twb weeks resl and treatment. Mrs. Loebig returned home the first of the WoeW. Jolly Workers Meet The Orthel Jolly Workers 4-H :lub held their Februnry Meeting ai the Lawrence Smith home. Noreen Smith gave a demonstration on Care of Jurigerftails. Mrs. Don Slugger is the loader. The next meeting will be at the John Meyer home. Cage Teams L6Se ' ' The Weal higli schdol basket' ball .teams were defeated' by Whittemore Tuesday evening, and the 1st and 2nd teams of St, Cecelia's, Algona, , defeated the local players here Wednesday evening. August Lickieig Dies Mrs. Anna Loebig received word of-the death of her oldest brother August Lickteig at his home at Fargo, N. D., Monday, Feb. 2. your heart's been set on! . - si „ \ '. . . the big, handsome beauty you've been waiting for—and the finest performer Maytag< ',v.'' , ever buflt. Come in and see it. L \^ \ CRILLY Bottle Gas and Electric Stoves . PHONE 399 ^ •' HARLAN AND Robert Nolan and Leo Hughes of Graettinger Were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Lawrence Smith home. Robert is a brother of Mrs? Smith. Mrs. L. L. Pfcffer and Mmnic Fnmml attended a T, B. luncheon at Algona Saturday, Feb. 7. POO was realized from the sale of ihe T. B. seals in Wesley, ?laO in Wesley township- and $86 in Prairie township. Mrs. Margaret Bentbn spent Wednesday and Thursday in Des Moincs visilmg the Don Whites and Joe Materns. Mrs. Everett Ackerson stayed , with the four 3enton children. Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Price, Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinek and Mrs. Oliver Young attended an Odd- fellow card party at Britt Wed- icsday evening. Supt. Chas. Mullin attended a eachers meeting at Des Moines Friday, Feb. 6th. The infant son born to Mr, and firs. John recently' was baptized Brands John at St. Joseph's "atholic church Sunday, Feb. 8. Iponsors were Mrs. Pete' Hiibert nd Frank Richter. Guests at the Fred Diekman lome.Tuesday of last week were >. and Mrs. Fred Diekman of Canton, S s . D. .They were enroute home from a two weeks vacation trip to Texas. Mrs. Fred Diekman and Mrs. Elmer Glawe visited their mother Mrs. Kate HanseA, a pneumonia patient at Park ,hospital, Mason City. They report her condition much improved. The Willing Workers will meet with Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson Wednesday, Feb. 18. The Dorcas Circle will hold a food and bake sale at' Kraus store Saturday, Feb. 21. •Mrs. J. E. Barr of Mapleton ivsited her nephew Everett Barr and family last week. Everett had gohe to Mapleton to get a new 48 Nash tar. Everett Barr reffeed a basket ball game at junior college at JPoft Dodge Friday nights" • • Mr. and Mrs. Lester Blain Spent the weekend of Fob 1 , 8th at • the Roy Sherman home v at Ails- fift, Miflfl,, and at,the OlWfence Lilleskov home at Kenyan, Minn. Name Honor Roll list For Lakota 5llt»6ih Grades Lakota—Those in the 8th-6th grades who made the honor rol m spelling last week Were Lloyd Wirtjes, Donna Olson, Norma Hipepn, Kieth Hertzke, Shirley Farrm, Lois Bruer, Daflene Farrm, Mary Jane Hagedorn, Gordon Hans, Rhodora Harms, Paul 'Johnson, Lois Ann Miller, Artis Murra, Beverly Rippentrop, Marlene Sachs. Irvin Wirtjes, Larry Anderson, Eleanor Christ, Ruth Darnauer and Sharon Dorenbush. Lakota 4-H Boys The- Lakota boys 4-H club met with Gerald Gordon last week Monday evening, Plans were discussed for taking part in the county 4-H basketball tournament. An offering was taken t6 send to Forrest Ives to be Sent with the county fund for Seeds for Europe. Lester Gingrich, fieldman of the Kossuth Improvement Association from Algona gave a talk. Luiher League Hosts The Luiher League of- St,' Paul's Lutheron church' were ^hosts to the young people of the Good Hope and IminanueP6f Titonka and St. John's of' Woden at a valentine party at trie 1 'city hall last week Sunday evening with 70 present. Games, contests and a valentine lunch Was^serv- ~ J ' iff ?v At Economic Confab J. A. Bargar left Friday morning for Des Moines to attend a two day session of the National Economic Conference at Hotel Fort Des Moines. Secretary oi State Marshall will be one of the speakers. Clark Orton accpm> .panied from Algona and they returned Sunday. Auxiliary Hostesses Mesdames H. H. Murray and A. E. Weaver were hostesses to the Auxiliary meeting last Week Monday night at Mrs. Murray's, After the business meeting Mrs. George ^Ennen read the Amerl- cn's creed and Mrs. Emory Smith conducted a quiz on Hag etiqu ette. neral and burial of Mrs, Henry Teske of Des Mbhles> Only, sister of the late Ernest Trasmar ( who passed away at the age of 83 years. if your nose Eomei- — T -,, - , , times fills up with stuffy translent'con- gestlon-put a f eiy drops of Va-tro-nol In each nostril. It quickly reduces congestion and makes breathing easier In a hurry . . . gives grand -relief from snlffly, sneezy, stuffy distress of head Colds. Follow directions In the package. wm$ VA-? RO-NOL . '' *•'*•'*" ''", ' ! • i?*-. ^ :V««5f^ )•<«' «* n > A*.$£-:• A V-t- If 5 ttj , •.< tff. ^ ^ >.-. jg* , ,,;;• y f ; 'SftiiA^JL'l *V $ <5 • \ s ( i .;.(*! •* ,. J ! f tf IPS r cf 1 ft$ A *Aj9li *•' *' •>... \ At D-E-K Meeting The following attended the annual meeting of the Dickinson- Emmet-Kossuth R. E. A. at Estherville Wednesday, Feb. llth. Messrs, and Mesdames Ray Winter, Ted Wallentine, Albert Sleper, Rufus Olthoff, Adolph Poppe and Leonard Seibolt. 1600 reservations had been received for the dinner. , Son For Weringas '', '' A 9 Ib. 9 02. son was "'born to Mr. and Mrs. George WeYfiga, Monday morning, Feb. 9, at 1 the Buffalo Center hospital. They have \>ne other son. George is employed in the Schissel elevator. , it Have New Daughter * A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs. Harlan Logeman o Rosedale, at a Jewell hospital, on Friday, Feb. 6. Mrs. Logeman is the fo^er Velda Estle, a sister of Mesdames Henry Mitchell, Emory Smith and Ray Winter. At Woman's Funeral Messrs, and Mesdames Albert Krosch, Mike Christ, Lee Tras- amar and Mrs. Ernest Trasamar drove to Eldon, lowa.^for the fu- M$«t the new t igndaf<l of Big-Cflf bfQMtyl !»'« h«r»/ Jn Cbfiyrolet'i |9di«i by Fisher-TrflnBj/ bpcflflf m^ew-evsilqbie pnjy en Ch?vcel«t w$®f*** , Ypw'll »n[oy I'g-Cpr pe'rfernifine^ , - < to?, when ye« own g Ctmvrolsty for * It bfifles yo^ Yalw-'m'faqd engine Men and women everywhere-agree: ti Only pne is No. I—only CheVplet is first—in o//-rownd /^a/oe as in popo- 1 Igrifyt Consequently, more people drive 2. Chevrplets than shy other make, according to/pfflciql nnttenwid? registrations; and more pepple want Chey rplet* then any ptner^make,'according, r CALL US Day or Night for Fast / Removal of ALL DEAD STOCK PHONE US COLLECT WEST BEND— '138 LONE ROCK— 500 WESLEY-^1500 BURT-478 BANCROFT— 4441 UJVERNE-74091 LIVERMORE— 3514 WHITTEMORE--1SOO * or Schumacher's DX Sta, Or 7 WIPAY AW, PHQNI CAlli. . Dr. R. L. Williams drove to Mason City JPhttteday night to attend a medical fteeting. J. tt. Holcomfe, Swea City, who retired from hfs farm northwest of Lakota la& spring, is reported seriously ill at his home the past week. The cdunW Ijggibn Auxiliary meeting was held at the town hall last Week Tuesday afternoon £nd 23 women from Algdna, Wesley, Ledyafd, Bancroft, Lu Verne and Lakota registered Following the business meeting Fauchin Heetlartd sang "Trees- Mrs. Fred Sfthpfleder presided and gave the welcome and luh'dh was served. . Mrs. W. D. Ley, Audrey Hastings and Jeanette Knutson Wefe Mason City shoppers last weelt Tuesday. Emma Gutknecht spent seVer- al days at Melvin a week ago and on Friday she, her sister Lena and Mrs. Charles Gutknecht went to Des Moines on a shopping trip. Mrs. Will Schroeder entertained last week Tuesday evening at a valentine party with three tables of bridge, Mrs, George Heetland, daughter raUchin, and son Rodney drove to Algona Thursday night to attend the Hetiry- Scott piano concert at the high school auditorium. Mrs. Sighe Nelson, who was taken to ,the Buffalo Center hospital recently, was released last week Monday a,nd was' taken to the home of a'daughter in Blue Earth whei'e she is convalescing. Henry Swalve Jr. celebrated his 7th birthday a Week ago Saturday afternoon with a party and 10 little guests enjoyed the 'event and Mrs. Swalve .served lunch, Mrs. Alvin Hiienhold, Aigona, came last-week'Monday and took her mother Mrs. Henrietta' Aal- dreks home with her. Mrs. Aal- dreks has been sick for several days with cold and complications. Ray Sleper, Junior Christ, Bil- he Smidt and Joe Berschrnan spent February 7*8-9 visiting their respective homes. The boys are employed at the Rath packing plant at Waterloo. Tom Ketelsous, West Bend, Wed 25 Years Feb. 12 West Bend — Relatives and friends helped Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ketelsen, near West Bend, celebrate 25 years of marriage Thursday evening, Feb. 12 at the Ketelsen home. The time was spent at visiting and cards, and a late lunch was served, including a" 3- tiered wedding cake decorated in silver. THe c6uple received a lartfe monetary gift, besuvw other gifts and congratulatory cards. The daughter Mrs. M. O. Kinseth Jr., Ottosen, and the son-in-law prc- Tuesday, Pebmapy •*-- ••"- -i-- •"---.* c,.l^- ,j,- n «,...j.utf j sented a potted flowdr plant. Mr. and Mrs. Ketelsen have four other daughters: Betty, Wesl Bend, and Bonnie, Patricia, and Kathleen, at home. Besides persons above mentioned attending were: Mr. arid Mrs. John Ketefcien, Altjona; the Herbert Haas fanv ily, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Blossom, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Paetz, Mrs. Regina Baas. Sadie Ketelsen, and JoAnn and Donna Balgeman, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinselh, Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug, daughter Carrie Mae, all of Ottoson. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Baas, the Eddie Anlikers, the Clinton Stel7els the Francis Wolfes, Dr. and Mrs\ P O. Dorweiler, the 'Ed' Stat- tclmans, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barber, the Ait Slatlelmans, Mrs. James Barber, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ban';, daughter Klda, Mrs, George Balgeman. hpr children, Mr. and Mrs Arnold Ketelsen. Harrv and Fdm Ketelson, Mamio Hogan William Baas, all of West Bend FUNERAL HOME 'TTERK REVERENCE ANT) DTONTTY ENSHRINE A HACKED MEMORY" * Ambulance Service D? t y orNighl Phone n Algons, Iowa CQ >* GEORGE WASHINGTON Was America's First Millionaire / He Was Our First" President He Was FIRST In Peace; FIRST in the Hearts of His 1 i Countrymen If There Had Been a - PERCIVAL MOTORS In Those Days You Can Bel Your Bottom Dollar Thai , George Washington Would Have . •, • Been ihe FIRST CUSTOMER! even rpore !uxuripv$ styling, colors and ^appointments have fceerj flcjdecj to h ql| 9f Qj$vrp.let'$ pther gdvantgges' pf Chjyrpjef ? K w 94, 9|l'»yp9? el ,rsnnjijfl % -jki i| fsjwd ooJy ' ret«lfl l^^»«IIV : f*" \Y« Wt te O^teit Tow Permanently; «> ''- SVf- .P"* < "' T^'«' , «,T-4' *>"• * * L'v* '^H> ^V'^'-j . - ^^^'':L^M ~ ^^" > ^1 « *-,^• I

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