The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1948
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IN 6 ?» Fine Program Ledya*d—The E. & R. Woman's Guild was entertained at the church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and Mrs. John Troff as hostesses. The following program was given under the leadership of Mrs. Kenneth Busch: Devotions Mrs. Fred Darnell Birthday Hymn All Article—"Eels, Salmon and The Return," written by Paul Hutchins and read by Mrs. Fred Ploeger. The song, "O Happy Home," was in keeping with the theme of the program. The following short articles were read: Cold Mrs. Ralph Johnson Leader of the Gang Mrs. Ray Johnson Your Fortune ..Mrs. Kaphongst Children of the King...______ . Mrs. John Brandt Are All the Children:In? Mrs. Herb Zielske Love in the Home ; Mrs. Harold Darnell Prayer in the Home Mrs. Art Kramersmeier Mrs. W. Beenken and Mrs. E. Duet .... Mrs. '• W. Beenken and Mrs. E. Nuss Attractions in the Home . _ Mrs. Orville Runksmeier Reading in the Home ^__ _ Mrs. Fred Sel,berg Hymn _._ All Lords Prayer __ By group Following the program a very delicious lunch was served by the hostesses at tables decorated appropriately for St. Patrick's day. Was Substiiuie Mrs. E. AT Carpenter 'substituted at schotfl several days.the .fa'ast Week fqr.R^)bert;Leland. Mr. Ibelana is 'd member'" 61 , the Swea City Veterans of Foreign Wa'rs basketball learn,' This team won the stdte championship and last week went to Anderson, Ind., to participate in the ^National .Tournament. Entertain S6HJ6* -Class ' Oh . Thursday evening Supt, .and. Mrs. Reiibe.n.RQgness.enter T tained the senior class at a party at their home. Games of) various kinds furnished much entertainment. A quiz program resulted in the boys defeating;,the , girls. In an advertising contest Harry Ternes won the boys' prize and •Audrey Farrow the girls 1 / A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Rogiiess. Back From Arkansas Roy -Marquis returned home Thursday from Humphrey, Ark. where he had been visiting a niece for the past six weeks. He also visited relatives in Missis sippi «• * v , , evening to attend an AtUu, u Banquet of Luther college' &t the Forester hotel. • ' Buy t^dKard^Ho , } Mr.'ah'd -Mrs. Alfred'Busfih art'd family, during the past .week purchased the L. D., Mayne ; h<)rtie and moved their household.goods here from Austin, . ED. V. PRICE & CO., CHICAGO Tailors of Fine Made to Measure Men's and Women's Clothes for Over .53 Years. Expert craffsmanship and styling. 100% new woolens. >You are guaranteed perfect fitting garments no matter how hard you are to fit. 30 years of tailoring and experience in measuring assures you correctly fitted clothes you'll be proud to wear. PHONE OR WRITE WM. J. (Bill) BECKER 702 S. Thorington Algona, Iowa for appointment and selection of hundreds of new woolens reasonably priced. Men's shirts made to order .... a selection of 200 patterns. Get It MITCHELL CHE/VIICAL SALES JUST SOUTH OF MILWAUKEE DEPOT Let Us Make Your Old FROM THIS .Hotor and Controller 39.50 Including Ciihinot, .Uotor and ('on* troller 69.50 Mrs. T. C. Torgerson of Mason City came Tuesday • and visited until Sunday at tl^e home of lifer daughter and family, t the Harold Herzogs. Elsie Blass, who teaches first grade here, was in JEstheryille Tuesday to attend the funeral" tiJ her grandmother. Mrs. DUttbn substituted for her.' ' , Mrs. Edward Looft, Mrs. ,W, E Wiemer and Mrs. "D. 'B. Mflyel attended the Eastern Star School of Instruction at Bvtrt on Monday afternoon. In the evening Mr3. Wm. Fenema and Mrs. Beulah Weed joined -them, and all attended chapter meeting. The Methodist W. S. C. S. N will meet at the church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Harold'".?Herzog, Mrs. Frank Kelly and ;'Mrs. E. V. Koestler as hostesses.'Mrs. Geo. Thompson is chairman' of the Easter program. Mr. and Mrs, Tice Brack, returned from Des Moines Thursday, having gone there to attend the funeral of Mr. Brack's brother. The Junior high,school had a skating party at the Blue Earth rink Friday evening. They Were accompanied by Mr. . and Mrs. Wm. .Fenema and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shell. Mr. and Mrs. W. E.'. Wiemer, Mr. and Mrs. , Wm. Fenema, Mrs. Beulah Weed, Mrs. Edwarc l^ooft and Mrs. D. B. Mayer at tended Eastern Star chapter meeting at Estherville Tuesday evening. .. -,Vi:K;< "•' •• •-^^'rv^-^^V'-w^ ",.' .,.;/>/!' ' '','•/;,-;• - ••."' /'^C'^'^lpf^^ * 6& $*S ftl i ' ' ^Biath* U ti^ripk, miyf^^ ^?L S 'IS 1 .«S l *« e *1Sl s &l£JJ$t tKHW 15 n$* qWft ifelbAner Buffafd^eWeV Hospital ^«P*'*'f^j|R e J«l?B!i OTI1 , - 1 , , lit;*- 3t Sf;-<ra ^^SuMp'ipmeV tfBeUandAtaUtfa&A »> J ing frM'a firfetfrrionlratfa^SI >>lD£j^i|«H*i'' '/'i #» * " ^KJi ttr !ifek^lf ^^"IV Wtey, snMrtxr fritter- wai Sb&fe ah up.fhflrtai^? - •, 'Clre|K;AFtl5T •> • <«< '; Afrt.Wfte h&rrte '4 a sl f '«£% ftMft'irMsA^WAfff'-rfrA^lA t?L . ' ',. ./ ^4Uto*r--f ^- - • • •*fHftttl.^A'frBffiM mart r df Hi r moer, Mrs. Clifford Buekels, served luhch to the 10 girls', MY. and Mrs. Le'ohard Christ spent-last'Week visiting their son's family at Wiota while the son Arnold is with his basketball teams at state meetings. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Peterson of'Granada, Minh., visited the lab ter's sister Mrs, t ^Ray Hertzke at the .Buffaid ..Center hospital lafet Week Sunday.' \ Rex'Larson and his/father ;bf Woden visited the Larson pro- MblrteaJdgJ.week Tuesday'Id-at. ieftd the |tate., meeting of the 17 Lakota Cage Players See A Bigtime Contest Lakota—Seventeen'mefnbers of the boys' basketball squad went to Des Moines last week Monday to attend the Drake-Oklahoma Aggies game that night and came home Tuesday afternoon. Supt. J. W. Cook went as sponsor and Cliff Buekels. drove the school bus at transportation. . The boys who made the trip were Tom Berg, Lamont Jensen, Joe Johnson, Marvin Wirtjes, Max Bierstedt, Duane .Christ, -Mervin Farrm, Eldin;Goeke, Henry Hippen, Waldo Miller, Dick Ravn, Morris Wortman,. .Virgil Ba.rrett; Ronald Goeke, Rinerd Johnson, Robert Ogreri and Jennifer Bosma. Mrs. Cook and children' went_ with thern_ as far as ' Des Moines "aFd""in"ere""tooR~"a"''6u's ~l3 Clarinda to spend the week with her parents the B. A. Willsies. Wins "Idea" Award : ; Mrs. Harry M.ussman, ; Acorn club president, was recently honored by the .Agenda 'Federated club magazine when she received a $5.00 prize ^and honorable mention for entry in- the : Idea contest sponsored by this magazine, when she sent a letter telling of the club project of visiting the aged, the sick and i new comers, in the community. Each month two members volunteer to do the visiting and report, the number and names of those visited at the last meeting in the month. Mrs. Mussman turned her ..prize money : into the club treasury. 400 At Youth Rally A crowd of about ;400 .attended this area Youth for Christ rally in the Lakota school auditorium last week Monday evening .with representatives from Ledyard, Swea City, Bancroft, Buffalo Center, Titonka, Lone Rock.and Lakota here. A song service led- by the Rev. Phunp LaBue was followed by scripture reading by Virgil Wirtjes and the opening prayer by Carlyle Gerzema of the Presbyterian church. Special music was given by groups of young folk from several different towns and followed by a splendid sermon given by the Rev. L. Kingrria of the: Presbyterian church at Lone Rock. These rally meetings have proved very successful and the next meeting will be in Swea City. North Iowa Sewing Machine and Appliance Co. OVER ELITE Red. Cross Chairman The Red Cross chairman for Ledyard, Lincoln, Hebron and Springfield townships is W, D. Ley of Lakota and he has ap^ pointed the following chairmen— Ledyard township, Roland Smith Jr., Lincoln,' Alfred Melz, Hebron, Mrs. Earl Haas, and Springfield, Albert Krosch. Lillian Harms is chairman for Lakota Red Cross drive. 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