The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1948 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 16, 1948
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•,' yr. , Upp§? bes Mataa* fcresday, Mtrfeh 16, 1*48 Convert Garage Info A Home At Whitfemore i Whitte'more—Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rees"o a,nd family moved here from Staples. Minn., and are How living in a house converted from a garage of the recently purchased Theodore Kcenr property .south of the Methodist church'. Reconstructing J,hc building went rapidly with four men at \vork constantly. A cement floor aided the work in a short time. The home consists of three rooms and a bath. school, Thursday afternoon'. Mrs William Meyer Jr. and Mrs". Will iam Meyer St., Mrs. Leonart Meyer artd Mfs. film'er Ostwalc were on the serving coTtiniittee. Lutheran Aid Met Members of the Ladies Aid society held a regular meeting in the auditorium of the Lutheran Prom Mr. and Mrs. W. J. 'Carberry and son from Cylinder, moved Monday into his sister's home' Mrs. John Laubendahl. The lattei is staying with a sister in Los Angeles, Calif. The Carberrys lived two miles north of Cylinder and have retired, from the farm. Mold Housewarming Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Erwitt Struecker and son Richard and daughter Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz and daughter Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidemvith, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinert and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. John Rabe, West Bend, gathered at the Clyde Gingerich home west of West Bend, Sunday evening All Purpose Flat Finish Gay of heart and light of foot—eyes that shine and voice that sings, it is wonderful what Form-A-Cote can do for your spirits and your home—it's a wonderful paint. It can do a better one-coat job for you. Use Soilax for cleaning walls. See us toddy at our building - . S . x*" Phone 229 BUILDING MATERIALS . . . PAINTS . . . FUELS "The Red Trucks Can Serve You Too!" MOTOR-DRIVEN VACUUM CLEANER A Sensational Offer... this beautifully designed UNIVERSAL Cleaner plus attachments for only $79.95. It's America's finest cleaner, with full set of ten "attachments for complete and thorough all round cleaning all through the house. Stop in today and see this marvel of cleaning convenience, 90 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED VALUE '99 Only OFFER GOOD FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY ELECTRIC APPllANCtS "Service Behind Every Sfile" Phone 1075 Algono, la, for d ing was spent at cards, and lunch was served brought by the guests A fciffhday SurpHSS Ellsworth Heidenwith was pleasantly surprised oh his birthday on Monday eV6ftirtg When a group of his friend^ gathered at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Secly, Mr, and Mrs. Forrest Gilmore, Mr, and Mrs. Merlyh Wegener, Mr, and Mrs. Hilton fespe, Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan fialgeman of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Don HulbUrt, Aigona, and Mr', and Mrs. Clyde Gingerich, West Bend. 500 was played at four tables, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Secly winning high, Harlan Balgeman and Mrs. Forrest Gilrriore, low, Mrs. Clyde Gfingerich, travel, and Milton Espe, chair prize. A luncheon was served later in the evening. Operation On Back Mrs. Sam Montag underwent operation on her back, Monday morning at Sioux City. Her- •msband Was with her that day, and on Tuesday her son Pat went q Sioux City to see her. He and lis father returned home on Tuesday evening and her condi- ion is reported fine. Two New Arrivals Mrs. Elizabeth Began, Gran-. ;ille, arrived here Tuesday morn- ng to take care of her daughter and 'new grandson, who arrived iere at the McCreery hospital, Vfonday morning; March 8. His ather Lester Fuchsen is handing out special cigars trimmed in cellophane" with big blue letters "It's A Boy". The little fellow weighed eigHt and three-quarter pounds. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Rooney are the parents of a nine pound daughter born at the McCreery hospital Sunday morning/ March 7. She will be named Mary Colleen. Mfc and Mrs 1 , the weekend. Mrs. Leo S ite'd at the hofiie of . soft's parents Mr, anthMrls,' Shirth in Masbn City, Peter Waldron, 82 Attending a pot luck supper in honor of Peter- Waldron's 82nd birthday Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs..'Ray Waldron, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gappa and Mr. and Mrs. James Noonan and son, and Edward Noonan all of Ayrshire, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Waldron and daughter of Sherburn, Minn., Peter Noonan, Spencer, and Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron and son John Jr. of Whittemore. Move To Des Moines Fred McVv'er.ther and son Donald moved to Des Moines Monday where Mr. McWerther bought a home. They were assisted by Luella Frisby. Mr. McWerther sold his farm to Roy Adams and s>on who have moved here from Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bierstedt visited with Fred Friday in Des Moines and returned home Saturday. Dinner At Duffy's Seven young guests were entertained at a six o'clock dinner at the Louis Duffy home Monday evening. It was James Duffy is twelfth birthday. Following the meal the group were entertained at a show in Aigona; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seely and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely and sorf Keith spent the weekend with Mrs. Harry Seely's sister-in-law and brother Dr. and Mrs. Forrest Cairy in Sioux CRy. Mrs. Reinhard Behnke spent the weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Behnke and daughter Ruth in Ames and on Monday she was accompanied by her sister Mrs. Regina Baas and both attended the graduation ex- ervises at the Lutheran hospital in Des Moines from which Helen Baas graduated as a nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Dayle, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade and Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade visited at the home of Mr and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn at Depew Durwood Walters who is a student at Drake university at Des Moines, visited with his parents Easter Given At W.S,t$, Session, Ledyard Ledyard—On Thursday alte'f- noon the Methodist W.' S. d. S. met at the church with -Mrs. liar- old Hcrzog, Mrs. Frank Kelly and Mrs. E. V. Koestler as hostesses. The following Easter program Was given under the direction of Mrs. George Thompson program chairman. Prelude, Beneath the Cross of Jesus, Mrs. G. Burrow J chorus, For God So Loved the World, chorus and congregations opening jocm, "Hope", Mrs. 'George Thompson; song, Must Jesus Bear ;he Cross Alone, congregation; devotions, The Easter story told 'rom beginning thru resurrec- ;ion and ascension, Mrs. D. B. Vtayer. Prayer, Mrs. P*hilip LaBuc; neditatioh, closing with sold from The Lord's Prayer, Mrs. Thompson; poem, "Easter", Mrs. Wm. Wiemer, accompanied' by ladies chorus humming and singing In Gethsemane; musical number, One Day He Is Coming, ladies chorus; Nine thoughts on faith, read, by members of W. S. C. S.; duct, Nailed to the Cross, Mrs. Henry Frey, Mrs. Harold Herzog; song, He 'Lives, congregation; closing prayer, Mrs. George Thompson. Following tl^e program a delicious lunch was served from a tea table appropriately decorated with St. Patrick's day decorations. frtffle March 10. J Plans wtfle sewing for thl A large box of elothiuK, - ing 3. ladies' Skiffs', ,1 IfiBtes es, 2lrtert > S shifts, 2'pairs' tfi a rtian's sweater, cook" prunes, cttffe^, coeoa, ,Lc. luli i CO , harid soap, thread > afid needles' were sent to' Of6eV relief. Bills' were allowed and many paid dues for 1948. Mrs, Bashafa serVed a lovely lunch Using St. Patrick's colors and decorations, bil, Amvet Auxiliary About 15 ladies attended the Amvet Auxiliary meeting at the Easterri Sldf^ On Tuesday evening Mi\ and Mrs. W. E. Wienie?, Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Fenhema, Ray Mafqfuiii Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, Mrs. Charles Bashara, Mrs. Ed Looft,' Mrs. Deulah Wged, Mrs. Tice Brack, Mrs. Wilson Brack and Mrs. D. B. Mayer attended the Sw'ea City Eastern Star chapter meeting at Bancroft. ,Mr. and Mrs. Glehn Clark, Mrs. Gifford Smith and Mrs. C. Krantz received the degrees of 'the order. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer, Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, Mrs. Bashara and Mrs. Mayer were host and hostesses for the social hour following the meeting. Plans were made for school of instruction to be held Friday, April 2* Madonna Sullivan has ,been quite ill the past \fceek with bronchial pneumona. , Beverly Koestler, a senior nurse at Ancher hospital in St. Paul, spent several days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. V< Koestler last week. . The Matzener-Estle Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Oryille Brandt. • Tuesday Club Af LuVerne Elects LuVerne — Members of the Tuesday club met March 9 at the .home of their president, Mrs. Gerald Brace, with assist- Room LIVERMORE, IOWA • Wednesday, March 17,1948 Big St. Pcttrijqjc/s Dance. Music by DING ELLIS AND HIS ORCHESTRA Have Saved Money •i for Our Windbreak Customers WE CAN SAVE MONEY FOR YOU Send a card to ELMORE, MINNESOTA life Mansers, s A tiMely «MU • nut! per in "What is ftighl ,„, "ige" as a, bulWKfH-.far.- imumnlt^ arid - nallbfiSl faert' GenricH, A IravelogHe 'witb Pictures 'illilsttatiftg ptiintl of in* terest in Mekifco, TeXas, and tlife Mardi Gfas^'waS the surprise ffea'^ ttife this'n-iontH given by Mrs. J, A. Nelson, * fhroitghjts sale of Eastef seals the Iowa So6iety f6r dripplM Children kfiff the disabled ' is making av^ilafale sevefal sp&fik* ers who have .conquered unusual handicaps.' 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