The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 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 23, 1948
Page 11
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LONE. ROCK AF Auxiliu* MMilfitf *'{ •• ;. Mr. and Mi's. ,fidw. Ohm at (grtded a party given by the Aux iliary-for the members, of the lah and theif wtyeS W ,- -„ .night, March IS eelebfak ing .the 30th Le*gion birthday an- rtivefsary at the gym. 500 was tJlayfed at II tables and luneh'was feerVtrd. Mrs. Halts Saago gaVe'the history of the Weisbrod P6st:and its charter members. Mrs?- Siva' ehle baked and decorated.thfe^Le- gion,birthday cake and presented •', -"*" f V t/ , ! / l it td the Legion, after which everyone enjoyed a piede of it. Prizes for 500 were won by John Waite and Mrs. Geo. Jentz, with the draw prize .to Mrs. LyltS Newell. Mr, and Mrs. Ev&rett Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Frenk Dreyer and 45 DAYS! The P&H PRE-ASSEMBLED HOME, shown here, Is Model WH-S, ohe' ol a number 61 distinctly different, line quality P&H homes. PRE-ASSEMBLED HOMES 300 Spilni) Slreel Port Wtahlngton, Wiicoiuln , And look at the advantages you get in buying a P&H Pre-Assembled Home — in addition to speedy erection: • Highest qu&llty materials, including Rock Wool and Balsam Wool insulation/ Douglas Fir Lumber, brass hardware, weather«stripped. Windows, bronze screens, etc. ' ' • Con ven i ion a 1 design that assures high re-sale value. • A home that's \snug in winter, cool in summer. • Liberal storage, and closet space. • Trim nnd finishes are planned to permit personalized treatment. ,,.,, . . • Space for breakfast nook. ^ ' • Construction Approved -'for FHA Financing. , • Interior arrangements planned foi efficiency and -.;•'.• comfort. • A homo that is a credit to any community. GeMdl infonrntipn. on P&H Pre-Assembled Homes. You'll' be curpriSeSj'ajyhe low cost. Phone or call on ua icdev. jV*v** .*••!. ' - CONTRACTOR • °~ 'i ' i i02 No. La ntry Algona, Iowa BUILDER s. Phone 166 HERE YOU ARE,LADIES! THE NEW KOOKALI ELECTRIC RANGE WITH .Joan spent Wednesday afternoon at the Alfred Schmidt home at Cor With. , ' Mr.' and Mrs. Leo Schmidt W6re Suhday supper guests^at the Mar-, old Cushman home at Blirt'. . Mr, and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl attended a birthday party in Honor of Mrs. Wm. Hanover at Whit* temore Thursday afternoon. The Band Mothers held & monthly meeting at the home Of Mrs. J. P. Quinn with Mrs. Jim Long and Mrs. Ben ScHmidt assisting hostess, Wednesday overt* ing. The next meeting will be held April 21 at the home of Mrs, Ralph Thompson with Mrs. Joe Culbertsofl and Mrs. C. F, Schultz assisting hostesses. Lunch- was served by the hostesses to .nine members. < .Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd .Scherick, of Burt, Mr. and Mrs.-'Lawrerice Dittmef and girls sperit Sunday afternoon at the Wallace McArthur home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of • their grandson Lyle Thompson's,first birthday, Guests for the occasion were his-great*' grandmothers, Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith of Algona and Mrs. Lillie Thompson of Lone Rock, also Neva Thompson, and HTs parents Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch and daughter"spent Sunday at the Dan Lynch home at Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. James Shillington and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Walsh and David, all.ol Bancroft were Sunday dinner guests at the Bernard O'Donriell home.- St. Sarg, Maurice Miller returned home , Sunday morning from Virginia.' He and his wife have moved to their new apartment in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson,. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thompson, Donald Weber, Mary Agnes Wolf of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber spent Saturday evening at the Joe Miller home in honor of Dave Weber's birthday. Delmar Fischer left Monday for Rochester, Minn., where he went through the clinic and underwent an operation at the Worral hospital there Thursday for sinus trouble. He is getting along alright at this writing. Shirley and Bob . Korlaske of Emmetsburg, Don Conway of New Hampton -.vere Sunday visitors at the Everett Lockwood home. • Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus entertained R. T. Angus, Bob and Grace, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus and son of Burt, at a birthday party Sunday, in honor' of their daughter Jane.'s third birthday Monday. A brother of Mrs. Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whitehill Jr. .of Algona, became the proud parents of a baby girl, Cynthia Jo, Monday at the Kossuth hospital. Mr."«. Whitehill formerly lived here. The little miss weighed 6 Ibs. 12 oz. ,"Mr; and Mrs. Gerald Angus and family spent Thursday in Fort Dodge. . •, .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich entertained the following at a 500 card party "Tuesday evening, March 16, at their home: Mr. "and Mrs'. Lloyd Schenck of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Fred'k Sctfultz, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn, Miss Neva Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Newbrough. Prizes were won by the following: high for women Mrs. E. E. Hanna, low for women by /Mrs.' Alex Krueger, high for men by J. F. Quinn, low for men by Ralph Thompson, and Mrs. Andrew Thompsen won the door prize. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. ( . Mr. afTd'Mrs. Dave Weber, and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch were Sunday dinner Smwrt women, these, T}\cy look to^ you wtiilecj, too, when j«(. see the new Gibson Upn-A-Daiey • the range \lim does everylliing beuer, /'//.f \Wildly speoking, ;U's leyrfficj|Just imagine iwin$ |he deep.irell ; "' unit for surfHfe coukin^li WuU the Upa-A-PHisy 2>po«ition unit ' ~.?°H -?"" ^0 just fl»at, Sijuply lifyhe unit 1« its top pp«i|jon »nd, ''Pfeatol s-^yort have 4 envfwe units! tower it »nd it'« ready |9 , / 'do your d^eptwel} Fppking! - *» «•- •• . Ai$ thfll'd not ill tlii?,VersaMl« range doea (or yaui It »sve§ rent. by_ using »tPF«d Hp^Mai^ jit r»as,i«,.J)8kej, jtteHnJi, frJM / • / ,,,, -^ ,»ve a iHror)tjte)f »n U»e entire me«l while OYWiS i» thii AUNT MET BY ROBERT QUILLEN is liHe 9 miracle to me, it seems a sa0rjlege. to use it to advertise piJIs for intesti silraents, e specially, ' Cpme to, the MQTQR fpp b$ttfrit§, seat. guests at the Hiram Ackerman Home. / , Mr. and Mrs. ttalph Brusie of spencer, Mrs. Whi. Rath's aunt, spent a few days last week visiting Mr. and 'Mrs,' Wrrt, Rath. .Charlene Rath of Humboldt spent Wednesday evening at the pa- Cental Wm. Rath home. ,pThe Lone Rock Bank bowling team which consists of A. L, Cotton, H. A. Blanchard, Art Priebe, Harley Hutchlhsoh, and Leon Larson, left Friday to attend the state basketball semi-finals tournament at Iowa City Friday night and to bowl in the bowling tournament at Cedar Rapirfs Saturday night as a league and Sunday morning as singles and doubles. . The Easter Sunrise Service will be given by the young people both at 6:30 in the morning and again that evening, , Mr. and Mrs. Will Ghristenson and Joan Zwiefel. Miss Ruth Krueger spent Wednesday in Fort Dodge shopping. •' The American Legion Auxiliary card party has been postponed until Thursday dvening, April 1, This will be the last card party. i • W. G. Flaig spent Thursday and Friday in Des Moines on business. ''.Mrs. A. J. Elsbecker spent from Saturday until Thursday at the Don Elsbecker home at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs.,Fred Kadow and Pamela ot Algortfl spent a few days since Sunday at the parental A. J. Elsbecker, home, f( Mr. and Mrs. Maynard, Kueck and Lynn of '^wfea' City 'were Wednesday diriner.; guests, at the parental Wrriv Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ken,rieth Bates and daughter spent /the afternoon and were supper guests there. Lillian Stangl"went back to Algona with them t where she left for Des Moines, Mrs. Wilbur Shpopman and Terry left Thursday for 'her home, in Hawkins, Wis.-, after visiting the parenfal tuesday, Mft^h 23, 1948 Wm, Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Raym'ond Nelson of Burt • took them to Eagle Grove to"catch the train. J Canceled - •" When sottie railwa'y clerks tossed out the mail at Noi'thwood re- FARM RECORD BOOKS * Provide a Place For Every Thing Algona Newspapers cently, some of the <fc$ er the wheels. A 161 'of COMPUTE PLUMBING SERVICE • GREEN COLONIAL WARM AIR FURNACES • COMPLETE LINE OF STOKERS (Electric or Oil) • BATH & KITCHEN FIXTURES (By Kohler or Standard) ' r t ' , • STOVER WATER SOFTENERS We invite inquiries, or a chance to estimate on any Ptumbirig/ Heating or Sheet Metal job. 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