The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 23, 1948
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f.< Farewell Party Wesley For Wesley—Paul Fribei-g.was honored fat a farewell party,by the Odd Fellows atid Rebekahs Wed- rtfrsday evening in the lodge hall, 1 A joint dinner was served at 6:30 , followed by- a'nV evening's ehter- i tainnlent of Dairies and cards. | Each- lodge presented''.Paul-with pa gift of femenibrance. "He 6x» (fleets to leave in several 'weeks Hor Brainard, Mihn, r Where ho'is |to have charge'of a cabin camp Owncsd by Oscar Erickson and his son-ih-law Elmer Moore of Elm- ihurst, 111, Paul has been a Wesley tent for 46 years. ion6r Olaf FUnnemark .Members of the Free Evangeli- tel church honored Mr, and Mrs. laf'Funnemark, newly weds, at 'party at the church Thursday 'ening. Fifty attended. Mr. and fsV Marion Paulson, Ole Flom, [and Mrs. Henry Swanson gave .talks. Lester Larson was toast-master. Carl Starquist gave scrip' ture .readings and a prayer. (The women's quartette san^^lttim- ber.vThey were Mrs. IVa'tv. Johii-' son, Mrs. Lester Larson;'Mrs." Ray) Carlson and Alma' Funn.emark,' Thejhonorcd couple. -Were »pre-; sented a telephone,\ stand' 'and chair. The ladies 'aid. served refreshments. .> '". ', I ' ' - h ' Weds In California" '» > ; Jew-old Aldrich,"son of Mr. and Mrs.] George Aldrich, was mar-> riediat Long Beach, Calif., Sun-' day,! March 14 to Susan Baringeii of that place. She wore a rose colored suit and carried a white bible and white orchids. The' groom wore a beige suit and a gardenia' bouttonniere. He is employed at an airport at Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. George Aid?' rich are spending the winter in California. >' thirty members Of the PrairL township Farm Bureau attendee a meeting at the J, M. Kftnz farm Home Thursday eyehind. ' Mrs •Leonard Arndorfer 4ed the'-g^od'p Ringing, Mr.' Morris of the Sjvif• ,Produce of• Algeria gave 1 alvefj .interesting talk brt ''Pd&ltr.j$3n- duslry in Egypt." Mrs/' Cha's Nygaard gave, a report on the Farm Institute held in Destines recently, which was attended by Lady Astor. Other interesting talks were given by members Hostesses • were Mr. and Mrs; L Lickteig; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rasmussen, .Mr. and'Mrs, tttfArn- dorfer'and Mr,, and Mrs. Rqffiah Wilhelmi, now of Banc'roft.^^" Have Baby Sort Mr. • and Mrs, Henry Haverly received word Friday boy had arrived that morning at the EarF Theisen home at Si Cloud, Mitin. Mrs. Theisen is the former Margaret Haverly./ and they- have one other child/ Michael. Friday was»also Mrs.-Haverly's birthday. - Reiurns Home Mary Ellen Klech who -'had been, at the home of her grandmother Mrs. 'Viola StUd^r for 4 months, was taken to hei'iparent- al Julius Kelch home at Superior, Tudsday of, last week by her aunt Mrs. OsWald Lallier of Gels Medical Treatment *"*' " • N. C. Nelson was taken to Iowa City on* Friday, March, 12 ,fof" medical- treatment. His daughters Mrs. ' Lloyd Brockman of Britt and Mrs, Herb Webner of Garner, had assisted in the care of their father before he went to Iowa City. , . • . ;|/ Amateur Contest ' Entries _are boing^ received "for the 'annual amateur "contest to, be held; Friday evening, April ftjth, sponsored -by the American Legion 'Auxiliary. 'Any one wishing to 'enter contact Mrs. L. L. Pf offer. Mrs. Urban Neuroth, Mrs. Tony 'Hildman or Mrs, s Viola Stu'der. » Home Mrs." Charles Froelich was brought home from the Mercy hospital at Masort City on Suif 'day of last Week where sM had been 1 several 'days, having had a major operation. Rural Women's Day • A Rural Women's Day will be held at the auditorium fn Algona on(Mondr.y afternoon, March 29. Harlan Millei^of Des Moines is to be main speaker..Any onte from town or country is invited to -attend. * Missionary Society The Catholic Missionary Society will meet Wednesday afternoon, March 31 and the C. D. A. will meet thdt evening^', Plan Public Dance There will be a public dance in the Legion hall Wednesday evening, April 14 instead of 16th as leported last week,. sponsored by the C. D. A. Lowell Erdman, Lois and David Kleinpeter, students at Ames came home Friday for their Easter^ Vacation. Word Was received hefe the latter part of last week that Guy M. Butts is -in the St. |ttds'eph''s hospital at Houston, Tex., awaiting a major operation. He left several weeks ago ~vfor Willis, Tex,,-to visit his sister Mrs. Grace Helm 5nd became ill shortly and was taken ip the hospital, ' His sister and his niece Orpha Helm are with him. A*number of Wesleyans attended the senior class play, "Patsy", at Britt Thursday evening. John F. Lo'ebig,«son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig, and Rose Mary fieckpr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JWatt Hooker, are members of the cmss. ' Friday evening Rev. and Mrs. Schocn, missionary candidates to Soutli America, gave talks at the Free Evangelical church. At the meeting of 'the public school board Thursday evening Fred Dickman resigned as secretary of that board, a position he has hold for 30 years. The board appointed Dick Grifhorst to fill the vacancy/' " ,,,«». ,..-.-...-. - Don't plan your hbuse Without giving consideration to the orientation of the living room and cross ventilation for the kitchen and bedroom's. Mrs. i. L. Haverly returned home Friday evening from Cedar Falls where~she had spent several weeks at the home of her daugh- ter'the Larry Longs. The Wilbur West family moved to a farm!near Kanawha last week. - The place they vacated will be farmed by Clare and Irwin Hildman, sons of the George Hildmans. 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