The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1948 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 16, 1948
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Named Best Lu Verne Speller -I - '' "^77? •A V ,;v v _^ ) f /.V,**'''* *r H','^' * '* ' > ' ''*^* J/ * <•< " !*} •k'" ... * A ' ku Verne— 'The spelling' contest 'SLlt s ^ v l ftth and e »ghth grades gf the LuVerne school Friday. •The two contestants 'Patty Man- serf of the seventh grade and Lois Hendrick competed for the con*test. Irt the oral contest, Lois spelled the word advice correctly over Patty spelling it advise. In the oral and written contest, Pat- the bi'ai and' • fceff written.-' • M& Hjelle !-ltatfda°fflfe thehgi idls', daughter 6f L ,._._. William fitedrick, will tnet& ge {6' Algdrta Saturday, Maffch __ W spell Jn the county • fcontest Genora .Roland is thi tHacher the.seventh and eighth'grades. ore- Election Results At the school blgct LuVerne independent . trifl'h&d Mdndayj M the tow~n hall 105 votes'.,,,^. *.„=„,. Mrs, John Ramus was/re-elected for h'er term of three years. Earl Hansolman won over H ""' for a infec year territ,: rteth Sotenson is/ the it treasurer replacing Mi 1 Hanselman, Jr, im/mi, iv fke'n- Sojiodl Tia'rles Thursday , The Thursday club met at the* Htome of ,Mrs. Alvift Hdrdeopf Thursday, March ll. The assist ing hostesses were Mrs. Bert Ra- mu$ and Mrs. Roberf Trehary. The afternoon was spent socially and games played were in. Charge of Mrs. Robert Randall, Mrs. Wesley Cleveland and Mrs Joe Grandgnett. Lunch was served by the hbst- esses/ , ' j, The club is composed' of neighbors of the Hardeopf's who lived northeast of town. They moved this spring to their home in Lu- Verne. ASs'h Meets The LuV.e'rne Cemetery Association met atx.the town hall ''''•''" T '•'" ''*' Remember that zero morning when the fellow next door gave you n push • that started "Old Betsy". . . and got you off to work on time? Appreciated it, didn't vou? And you'll gladly return the favor anytime he needs a nudge. ' * , Well, that same kind of neighborlincss helps a lot in getting the most value out of party line telephone service. Everyone on the line appreciates -the' thoughtfulncss of short calls . . . allowing time between'them for others to use their phone . . . replacing thel'e,ceiver softly when the line is in use. \ - • Yes, the simple business of being a good neighbor usually means you'll /have good neighbors. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY , Thursday afternoon', with a very good attc.^«...».v., The president, Mi's. Elsie §&• ussy presided at the meeting.' SlTe read her committee's f6f the" ye"Sfi A report was also given 'oh" the* progress of the funds being, raised 1 . for the new memorial gate* thai; iho society plans to have com 1 * plctod by Decoration Day, The committee v for that have beefi.oufc of town looking- as similar g"atesV Lunch was served by the host-5 esses Mrs. Henry Pergan'de, Mi's.- Andrew Neilscn and Mrs., Jdr! Phillips. "'- ?s did Linen Sh6w* A linen shower was glv*6n Friday evening, March 5 at the tdwlf hall for Betty Patterson. The eV-> ening was spent playing 500. At* tending were Mrs. Stanley Gen- nch, Mrs. Robeit Miller, Mrs. OK vine Anderson, Mrs. Harold Meyer, Mrs. Robert Sanford, Mrs 1 , Ralph Boge, Cnlia Bowman 1 , BeV- f-rly Thomas, Donna Zetitner and Vina Hanson all of LuVerne. and tfrs. Milford McPeak of Renwick', Betty received nice gifts. Marie Patterson, hostess served lunch to the ladies and the hus* bands were guests for the lunch; Progressive Club Met The Progressive Women's club met at the home of Mrs. Clair Champine Monday evening, Mar. 8, with a good attendance'and one guest Mrs. Edward Lindebak present. A discussion on proper table settings was given by Mrs. P. C. Lichty. Mrs. Bert Ramus and Mrs. Howard' Phillips. Lunch in keeping with the coming St. Patrick's day was enjoyed. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jack Harris, Monday even- nig, March 29. This is the annual meeting at which time new officers will be re-elected and any Changes in the coftstitutidfi of thS club. Gives The Dr. Harvey SilvertHbrn of pardona, Calif., gavfe a Very- in^ teresting lecture at the Methbdisl church Sunday evening, March 7; He is president of the Spanish* Amci ican Boys' Industrial School of Gardcna. He illustrated his discourse with many photographs? ra the many school buildings and) his woik there. The general meeting of the Wo hWn's Society of Christian Ser Vice of the Methodist church was held m the church rooms Wed-- nesday afternoon, March 10, with a good attendance and'ohe guest; Mrs. John Peters. The general president Mrs* George Wolf presided at the business meeting. They V6ted to give F ?25 for improvements at the Methodist summer camp at Lake" Qkoboji. The devotions "Pain Pitched Cries of God" were led by Mrs, Frank Sanford. Mrs. Gerald Brace gave the lesson the subject,' The Christian Church of Japan. Hostesses for the meeting Were Mesdames 'Adam Zwiefel. William Murray, Harold Wolf, Nelg Jensen and Jaspar Vaughn. Birthday Club Meeis The Birthday club was enter- tauned Thursday evening, March' 11 ,at the home of Mrs, A. W. Dimler. Bridge was 1 played at three tables. Mrs, John Peter:* was a substitute player and Mrs. Gecile Wermersen of Fort Dodge Was a guest of the cldb. ' High honor was Won by Mrs: Jesse Lindeb&k and low by Mrs, S. R. Baker. Lunch was enjoyed after the' cards. Colonial's New ALI,. FUEL FURNACE A complete and economical forced air system that can be easily converted from coal to gas or oil, BURN COAL NOW-and change to GAS or OIL later if you wish. LAING & MUCKEY Phone 461 North Dodge A St. Pairiik's Parly The Evening Star Circle of the Woman's Society 'of Christian Service of the Methodist church mqt at the home of Mrs. Bryce Wickett Thursday evening, March 11. There were onry 11 members present due to the extreme cold weather. Devotions were led by Mrs. Wilder RockWood. The lesson was given by Mrs. Clair Champine. A lovely St. Patrick's theme luncheon was served by the hostess after a social hour. Mr. and Mrs. James Paulson and daughter of Minneapolis, Minn., came Tuesday, for a visit at the home of Mrs. Paulson's father George Mel-kle and other relatives here. Mr. Paulson returned Wednesday, and 'Mrs.' Paulson and Paulette remained for a longer v^fit, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Trauger spent Thursday in Fort Dodge. • Mrs. Marjory Lovell and son Buly of Algona spent Thursday night with' Mrs. LgyelPs parents Mr,', and Mrs. William Hedrick. BiUy remained for a longer stay. ' '>s. Robert-Bigihgs spent Wed- and "" " s t«ypij'ye got'a date that j^t can't waiil ancj, where 9 Conoco Milesg^Merehsnj can 1 " working !«?U.:.<,"' •..-, , f '. ; '. i ,"^3f '' ' i «,-•-<' thii ?$& Qit.pi.ATwe ttoy? friction' 5 like this? V?btn W Ott s (Pat- - tfuers yqwf eniin*,* ?• special '-*. T to a- .WAUV« rxvW/v/,/> C^rl H*- ^ - * «- T r »y [ *• " w ^jT*^ 1 j$£ s ->*r'! s^HV,/ j, '" *'H •^j$8oM2-,^..v« ,.va.U'l8J^.J8* ^.•»*?Cv -X«--'#-if" y' 1 ifc \^-l "l > % 'f - --j. ±1" .1 ^jfe f <*& TH '! v^r? '"V?;, l ^^,*j ( Ka-, v .M T »^ T,M 4- ,q'f jrEer, parents ] Mn and Mis.' Hi- •ranf Hewitt in Liv'ermore. ' r,;.&nd Mrs. Dwight Baker of Cortvith are the parents of,their firsf>child, a daughter, weighing 7 pounds and 15 ounces at the , Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge -Thursday, March 11. She has been named'Barbara Ann> Mrs Baker is the former Lucile Wehr- heirh of Webster City and Dwight is,the son of Mr. ahd Mrs. S. R. Baker of LuVerne. . Kenneth Brayton brought Mrs. Brayton and new infant son from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge to the home of his mother Mrs. Grace Brayton Tuesday. They will remain here as Mrs. Brayton convalesces.. The small daughter of the Brayton's, Helen, has been here at the home of her grandmother. v ,, Lee''Potter of Renwick-> and Fred \\f- Potter of Flasher, N. D., visited their ( niece Mrs. William Bigings and their cousin Mrs. Olla Godfrey Wednesday. Fred Potter left* that evening for his North Dakow-home after visiting relatives injj^nwick.since Christmas.: ' tY , ' • i Mrs. CecilejiWermersen, of Fort Dodge cameViSaturdajf to vi'qit at the Home "of. v her soh-Jn-Ia.w and' daughter Mr. and\Mrs, John Ramus, grandson Dean and grand- dau^jhrter. Nancy,, v ,- , . - Eugjsne, Baessleh 'h?6 started' worldfrj as a clerJf'iU} the Corner Store'i owned by De'Groote & Cody, Eugene served in the army and ha? recently been honorably discharged. Mr, and Mrs., George Kroft of .anawha 'annquncrf the birth o a baby boy,' born Wednesday Ma.rcb, 3 at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mrs. Kroft is the for me?. Anga. Goet?ch t darter of Mrs,, ^nna Gpetsch of L«Verne ;. family have another Neighbors and fmnds gathered at the home oj tyre, f, F, TeW, Mfyp, ev?mng,- Mjrch 5, to help her pe^brfite tjev' birthday, The carts, ^V vm tuesday, TAYIOR implement Co J.I.CA5E MACHINERV * HUDSON MRS . ' PHONg 4Z1 • . •,' . \.'••-.. , : ALGONA.iawn MQD61 "VAC" —SMAU6ST 3 AU^Uftfdtfi YOU GET 'EM ALL AND MORE IN A f , . I*., Come in (SMI see Us * CASE TRACTOR >' ' ' With 1-1945 L A. Cdie « 1-R, C. Case Tractor with / tot J&hrt 1-2-14 Jr,hn Deere PldW 1 2-14 International Plow . 1 3 ft. Case Tarietem • i Disc. A-1 p • \, • Be Bargain W!se~Buy a* . TAYLOR IMPLE, CO, Phone 421 SKI a New Ltirtd Rollers Stsel Eveners New 15 in. Disc New Hog Feeders New Field Cultivators New Shil Ty£e Spring Tooth New Weed Sprayers—See These s New Lever Flexible Harrows » AIR CLEANERS ...Traps Dust Saves Money 90% of the dust is removed, thus assuring a longer life fof your engine. 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