The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 17
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Lone Rock Ladles ftests Telfr At A Ctird Party. v ' Lofti ftaek - Mf/and Mrs. 'J, M. Blanchard arid 'Mr. aftd Mrs, Frank Flaig entertained, . 16 - guests at a card party Wednesday evening at the letter's home. Prizes for the evening were won by: High for women, Mrs. Hdnry Schroedar, low by Mrs. J. M. Andefioh, high for men by J. M. Anderson, and low for men by Andrew Thomson with Mrs. Ffed Genrich -winning the travel prize, Lunch was -served by the hostesses. Society Meeting The Ladies'' Mite society met .Thursday afternoon fit the church parlors with Mrs. J. M. Anderson and Mrs. Wm. Knoll Jr 1 . as hostesses. The Bible. Study Was given by Rev. L. Kingma on Hebrews 6. The guests Were Welcomed by -the president. It was decided that the daughters of the members of the Ladies' Mite society, were to give the programs in May with Mrs. Will Christenson as * chairman of this. The president read a leitor from Mrs. Kempley concerning a Presby- tprial meeting at Rockwell City April 8 a*nd 9. It was decided ttt give $S toward the thdnks'offer- ing , at this meeting. f fie' flext meeting will be Held at the horfte of Mrs, Lawrence Rath.iW.iib' Mrs. Emil Kraft, assisting\h6sMs. The program will deal wlih 'Spiritual Advance Mission (Ea'sterjr lAinch was served by the hostesses to 21 members and x seven guests. Baby Shower Held • A baby shower was held -Tuesday afternoon, in honor, of Tommy Geesman and his mother,'at the home of Mrs. H,, A. Blanchard. The afternoon was spent at playing games, one , of which Mrs. L. Ai Newbrough won a prtee, which she presented to Tommy. Lunch was'i«l6iJVed to the 20 guests "by the^ftefetesscs: Mrs. H. A. Blanchardfi.Mrs/ E. A. .Lee, Mrs. A. A. Krt&ge'iV , Mrs. Ronald Christenson, Mr?; Pauline McQuire, Mrs. Lillian*,Hawks. ' Auxiliary Activities .' , v ', The American Legion, -Auxiliary held "a March meeting at the home of Mrs. E. A. > Lee. with Mrs. .Erich Scegebarthy,)assisting hostess, A paper on''Cdmmunity service was given by/.'Mrs'. 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Attend a funeral Mrs. Frank, Flaig, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman of Burt drove to Kanawha Tuesday, where they attended the funeral of Emil Prusmah. They spent the night visitirig Mrs. Kate Trainer, who returned home Wednesday. Mrs, 'Dean Jergenson and Douglas of Algona spent Wednesday visiting at the parental Frank Flafg home. See Girls' Tourney N Misses Joan Flaig, Helen Schmidt, Dolores Marlow, and Verdabell Behrends left Friday to attend the Girls' state basketball tournament at Des Moines over the weekend. Mrs. Theo Lohrman of Buffalo, New York, arrived Tuesday morning to visit her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cotton. Mrs. Dorothy Howe and Dennis, Mrs. Cecil Seegebarth of Emmetsburg spent Friday- at the parental Geo. Pettit home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thompson and Lyle were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Lillie Thompson and Neva. ' , Mrs. Dave Webster spent Wednesday visiting Mrs. Ervin Schwietert .at Burt. i Missionary and Mrs. Smith of Scranton were overnight visitors Monday night at the R. T. Angus home. Tuesday they spent calling on other Lone Rock friends. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holm»of Lakota spent Tuesday at - the Warren Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thompson and Lyle spent Thursday evening visiting the Ei-yin Heidehwith home at Swea. City. : Mr. and Mrs. Milfred Mitchell •and family spent Sunday at the Ole Peterson home at Fenton! Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl spent from Sunday until Thursday helping Mrs. Tom 'Fickbohm of Forest City move: Milton Geitzenauer and Flor- me Lappe of Armstrong spent Wednesday evening at the Lorenz .Geitzenauer home. Mrs. Lydia • Wetzel attended the birthday party in honor of Mrs. CarL Zumach,' Monday evening, at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer, Peter returned home Saturday from their honeymoon at Kansas and Oklahoma. They moved to their new* home east of LuVerne. N. L. Cotton, Mrs. P. M. Chris- {f^fWtadWtf / ,'• thfit.unless ftp ( .yhat football. and 1 " # . / ,t*t***iv e**i ^uce, it is y ,changes/ >' syggqH ,ustomei;s f ' • '. ', f ",f *« !* !* ; f t r SUDAY ARCH 28 "t ' *. : ? . ', 'CJ*--' 5 . / 'v-v tenson, Mrs. W, *t. dotton", Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft wore among, those attending the fiihefaLbi Alvina Dreyer at th6 FeiitcJft Lii« therari church Wednesday 1 after"* nooh. ' •'• Mrs. -Wilbur Shoojftnan and Terry of Hawkins, WiS., Visitirig the parental Wm. Nefeofi home, spent over the w'oekend visitirig a bfother and family, Mr. anfi Mrs. Raymond Nelson, Burt. Mr, and Mrs. Odey Cherland and Amey Cherland spent Tuesday visiting some cousins, Benny and Alfred Jacobson's at 'Eagle Grove. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meyer Jr, and family of Ririgsted spent Monday evening at" the Frank Meyer home. Mrs. Emil Person and Mrs, Ralph Thompson attended an all- day 4-H leaders training school at the Algona high school, Tuesday. Mrs. Nelson of Ames gave the lesson. . Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ewoldt spent Sunday evening 'at the Emil Person home. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person spent Monday help* ing Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary move to a farm east of. Burt. • . The Band Mothers will sponsor a card party at thfe Lone Rock..school, Thursday everting) March 11. Everyone is Welcome to come. Mrs. Gene Thompson of Ringsted has been spending the week visiting, her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Christeri- son and Jane Ellen and Nancy were Friday supper guests at the S. M. Gladstone home at 'Fairmont, Minn, . ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris spent the last weekend at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson at Cowrie." Mr.- and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and family spent Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Gus Haack at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hammer^ strom and Judy left Tuesday ,tb spend over a week visiting her mo_ther, • Mrs. Nita Rbst at Sti Paul, Minn. Doris Marlow, student at Cer dar Falls, arrived home Tuesday to visit her father, Dell Marlow', and family between terms. ; • Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Mrs. A. L. Baker, Maxine' Dittmer entertained the W. F. C. S. at a " 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday afternoon at the Arie Dittmer hgme. Throws Shoulder Out Of Joint, Fall At Bancroft "Bancroft—Mrs.: Henry Fox of Bancroft dislocated ,her shoulder when she fell at her home Sat-' urday. : She was taken 'to the Holy Family hospital at Estherville and returned home Sunday. Moves io<New-.Farm» . jj Alphonse Lensings, wlio formerly moved to the farm formerly occupied by N. S. Nemmers, north of Bancroft. N. S. Nemmers will move to Kansas City this week, where he wil make his future home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Deitering of Bancroft left Sunday after .noon on a business trip to Ames They expect to return some time this week, . •.' ' • Mrs. Richard Menke and daughters and Mrs. Cletus Don and Arlis attended , a birthday party for Tommy Doocy at the Doocy home at Ledyard. - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox and family of Algeria' visited at the Henry Fox home at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilhelmi are moving in^o the apartments .at the Mrs. .Hunt home, '• ; Cletus; Dorr, of Bancroft went to the Veteran's hospital at Des Moines,: Monday, r ' .• .• . Mrs. Nellie • Kirsch returned from the'Fort Dodge hospital to her home at ^Bancroft, Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Jess Marlow and family, who .formerly lived on a farm north of Bancroft, moved into.the Albert Johnson house in the south part of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Baker of Bancroft received word of the birth, of a son at the home of their son, Mr,-and Mrs. Frank .Baker of Mason City. This is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Baker, Robert Wolf, who has been a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville, la,, returned to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Morris Wolf of Bancroft, Monday, Last Rites For Alvina Dreyer, Fenton, Held Fenton — Residents of Fenton and vicinity deeply mourn the passing of Alvina Dreyer who died unexpectedly at Watertown; Wis., early Sunday morning. Alvina Katherine Wilhelmine Dreyer, daughter of Herman and Dora Dau Dreyer, was born on October 10, 1916. She was baptized on November 12, 1916 and confirmed on October 21, 1928 at St. John's Lutheran church. Al» vina Dreyer attended the McGovern school and graduated from the Fenton high school in 1933. She received her religious training at St. John's Lutheran church and was a very active member of Walther League for many years. Miss Dreyer enjoyed writing and" is the author of many beautiful poems. Miss Dreyer was under the care of doctors for twenty years. She entered Bethesda Lutheran Home at Watertown, Wis., on January 6, 1948. She became ill on Saturday an,d died on Sunday, February 29 at 4:$0 a. hi. at the age of 31 years, 4 moiiths and 19 days. Alvina Dreyer is survived by her parfthtS Mr. ahd Mfcs. Herman Dreyer, her sister Ruth, Mrs, Reuben Luedtke, a niece Mary Alice Rossiter, and her grahd- father Fred Dau, besides a host of other relatives and many friends. Her sister^ Alice', preceded her in death five years ago. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 1:30 at the home and 2 o'clock at the church. Interment was in St. John's cemetery. Pallbearers were Frank Dreyer, Darrel Dreyer, George Pertl, Harold Dreyer, Fred Ruhnke and Walter Pertl. Relatives attending the services from but'of-town were Mr. ahd Mrs. Lampe, Lornetta Hobart, and Emil Dreyer of Charles City; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Harm of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Evald Hagen and family, Mrs. Herman Hagen and Mr. and Mrs. George Goerndt of Ceylon, Minn.; Loretia Dreyer, bt. JL,OUIS, Mo.; Esther Ruhnke, Mason City; Dorothy Dreyer, Webster City; Mr. and Mrs. Art Schmeling, Terril; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schults, Henry Rambath, Emmetsburg; ahd Sergeant Herbert Rossiter, Minneapolis. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS TODAY Plan for TOMORROW Consistent saving now means a world of , enjoyment for you and your family in the years to come. Among the worthwhile objectives for which people" are saving at this Association are: a home; education of children; a business of one's own; old age security; travel; future buying; safeguard against temporary unemployment. Your savings at this Association are insured to $5,000. Why not open your account now—-save regularly—then watch your savings grow. ., . f . ^ , .. v .. ' Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association Since 1917 Home Loans for All purposes fuitday; Maceh 9, 1948 Algohfl Upper In Swim Club Grinnel. la., Feb. 27—Marjorie Dewel, daughter of Sen, and Mrs. Duane El De,wel, Algona. has been selected' to membership in ,'I'J "V *&&'>' the Swimming elut atvQfL-. college, where she is> v s freshW Members are selected oht.thfejbr of competitive ' tryoul&vl^ Dowel is a graduate ,oi the* fiona high school. HOUS FOR (To Be Moved Off Lot) The former Frank Bcmkson house, located at extreme northwest corner of Algona on north end of Ridgley Street, or about one block west of street department sheds'. This is a good 7 room frame structure. Also a good, large chicken house which would make two garages. These will be sold subject to the buyer moving them from the premises by Aug. 1, 1948. Separate sealed bids on each building will be received at office of the City Clerk, Algona, Iowa, until 8:00 P.M., March llth, 1948, at which time'they will be publicly opened and read. Bid must be accompanied by a certified check or bank draft in the amount /of 10% of the bid. Terms will be cash within 30 days.' Arrangements to inspect theVabove buildings can be made at the office of the City Clerk. „ CITYOFALGOMA Office of City Clerk Tuesday, March 9, 1948 COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Jr • Algona, Iowa li t . l'». f ;«sU uft *v !<» i IM ur DRY CLEANING "'" l; - ^M5!^^?^ : jr ~* • ;;f^T"^ ?? ?*l . • ' / *, /' • -V *•.-" fo,|t Across the 'ftrf ^^nn^S^jt HtiMft '^ '-V •'•£ >: " •%' •'- toh "''-5A7 '''*''* w"'*''^ '' - l'^"^^!:^ ' < *V-V f' ° ' t '^^'";* ^, 'V^ '"'*"' r "tfbBCl'll»C Tu''All?CATicB\/« B * " , '„ .t' ' * "''.^ >- ' . -" it& n*» : m Christensens On Western Tour Estherville—L, M. Christensen, who has a drygoods store here and was formerly interested with his brother Roy in an Algona Chris- tensens store, and Mrs, Christensen, are on a two jnonths vacation motor tour. They _were to visit Amarillq,' Tex,, relatives, then proceed to Phoenix,' Ari?., San Diego, CaJit, San Francis90, and Pajrn Springs, mftking stops along the SHpiT PRPf ICTPRS '• ARE some of the rooms in your home winter-weary and soot-begrimed DOES that wallpaper you x 4* thought was- so attractive f years ago look old and anci- * ent to you now , • WOULD a cheery coat of A paint, make that kitchen a f better and brighter place to •? work in . ~ IS your woodwork chipped A or peeling—would expert f repainting give it new lif% * for the new season • n^fi /r^/ft All i- DONE BY RELIABLE DECOR AT f". Rig^t'now is the time to tak,e stock of your , home-^your Hying room, bedrooms,'kitchen^qnd let us know what you have in mind for re->decer* * - ' 1 '* ' «ting 'during this Spring season, We are mok- ing arrangements new for Reliable Decorators j * / with many home-owners, This large ?taff of e#., pert painter* and decorator* is equipped t9 h«n» del ANY type job of desorating, and the eqst !i reasonable, Istimafe? and _i«ig«J|tJsns will l?e f shesrfi'Hy 9lv«n, l^ y? Jfg$*,jr«wr i|Sf|* ^9^ so y9«| (9b wn bt fitjtd inte the, Spring' wt/k? " " Estimates ^| Cheerfully-^ Ojven - K * , * A** V-^AV ,<*• "7?t^" :''r_ v -u ii'i ,-^

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