The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 22
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6~AIgdr)a Upper De» Moinej Tuesday, March 23, 1948 9 Town Conclave Of Methodists Held At La kola Lakola The Forest City Methodist sub-district monthly meeting was held at city hall last week Monday evening with nine* towns represented: Ledyard, Forest City. Lake Mills, Buffalo Center, Woden, Thompson, Prairie Center, Crystal Lake and Lakota. The women of the church served supper to the group at 7:30 and the following program was enjoyed, with Orville Koppen in charge: group singing; scripture reading and prayer; duet, Sweeter as the Years Go By, Mesdames Harry Mussman and John Cook with Mrs. Barrett as accompanist: speaker, the Rev. Wesley Franks, pastor of the Elinore Methodist church. who used "The Rural Church" as his topic; another duet by Mcsdamea Mussman and Cook; and concluded with the showing of an educational film, Safety First. Township Meeting Lincoln and Ledyard town ships held their March meeting at the city hall on March 10. The program consisted of "Lcga Rights of Married Women; Mr.s C. A. Gutknecht read an article "Farmers of Virginia," from the Bureau Farni"r; Gordon Han and Ruth Darnauer sang, Uncle Josh and Aunt Miranda aceom- icd by Mrs. Larry Stafford; Jerry Heetland gave a report on the Kossuth Dairy Improvement association and A. L. Brown showed movies of tuberculosis in chickens, etc. The Lincoln women served the lunch. Leaves After Visit— J. A. Bargar took his sister, Mrs. J. D. Ferguson, to Algona last week Tuesday afternoon to take a bus for her home at Fort Dodge after a week's visit witli the BarRars. The George Heetlands drove to Algona last week Sunday for a visit with Dr. and Mrs. John Schuttev and with the doctor's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sc-hutter of West Bend, who re- crntlv returned from California. IN THE FACE OF RISING PRICES COAST-TO-COAST STORES HOLD THE LINE DURING THIS SALE LOW PRICES! A RELIABLE TIRE FOR THE MONEY! THEY WILL ,COST S10.45 AFTER THIS SALE! DELUXE QUALITY SUPER SAFE-FLEX TIRES 4.40/4.50x21 510.30 4.75/5.00x19 510.3O 5.25/5.50x17 511.50 *.25/6.50xl6 314.J.5 7.00x16 516.00 7.00x15—4 ply 515.66 Plus Fed. Tax THE SAME TCP QUALITY T3RE WILL COST 512.95 AFTER THIS SALE! LOCALLY CWNSD flATJOMAlLV Mrs. Jerry Schutter is a sister of Mr. Heetland. Mrs. Bernard Isaacson of Fort Dodge spent a few days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sleenhard. Mrs. George Adams of Waterloo visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Art Lester, recently, and they were all entertained at Vance Lester's on Saturday evening, March 13. Mrs. Adams left for home last week Monday. Vincent Ellman attended a school on furnace installation at Marshalltown last week. Mf. and Mrs. A. C. Srhissel attended a Cousin's pot-luck supper last week Monday evening at the Jerry Schoons. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kienit/ visited last week with Don's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz. The Elbert Sandbergs left on March 10 after visiting Mrs. Sandberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hoetland. They live in Hudson, Wis. Craig Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, celebrated his ninth , birthday last week Tuesday by entertaining 15 boys and girls after school. Games and lunch were enjoyed by the children. Mrs. J. H. Mularkey, Mrs. Earl Ma.larkey and son Bob of Madi;on, Wis., were visitors last week Saturday at Martin Gcerdes at Swea City. Ed Hulterstrum of Bamboo, Wis., visited his brother-in-law. Oils Torine, last week. Mesdames A. Buckels and Walter Leslie wore hostesses to he Methodist W. S. C. S. last week Wednesday afternoon. At "he business meeting the trcasur- r reported receipts of $24.00 leared at the brotherhood sup- aer. Mrs. Harry Mussman had •har.ue of devotions. The next nesting will be with Mrs. J. H. Wai-burton with Mrs. Lottie Is- .'nberger as assistant hostess. Mrs. ,J. A. Bargar accompanied :ior daughter, Mrs. Bernice Knoner. to Fairmont last week Wednesday. Spellers Compete r&Two Townships Whiilemore— f\ spelling contest for Fenton and Lotts Creek township rural schools was held Wednesday. March 10, at the Butler school, nnd taking part were Marlene Weisfy-od'. and John Eigler. Fenton Twp. No. 9, teacher, Mrs. Eigler: Norma Jean Blcckwenn and Elaine Bierstedt, Lotts Creek No. 3, Mrs. Hani fan. teacher; Laci Pettit, Lotts Creek No. 4, teacher Mrs. R. J. Vaughan; Joseph Kol- iasch and Marcellus Kollaseh. Lotts Creek Nq. 6, Miss Foley; Eugene Montgomery and Perry Montgomery, Lotts Creek No. 8, Miss Frascr. Mrs. Russell Walker pronounced the words, Mrs. Earl Elbert. Mrs. Lawrence Kit-sen and Mrs. both oral and written tests, Mar- James Butler acting as judges. Eugene Montgomery won in •ellus Kollaseh winning second. After the contest the teachers served refreshments. Plan Lion$ Club & Armstrong — Tnere is no service club here. but*n meeting of business men has be.en held to consider organisation of a Lions club. A Fort Dodge organizer and Editor Bob Schwartz of the Swea City club, were speakers. Spelling Winner Wesley — Harriet Hademaker won the local spelling contest in Buffalo township, Alvina Eden ilternatc. Mrs, Anna Andrews is leather. Marilyn Baack, student -it tlie Sisters' school at St. Benedict, was winner there. , Don't buy a lot, the location of which makes it subject to damage by floods or other weather hazards of a destructive nature. COMPLETE CAR SERVICE itKl'AIK AM> KKl'AIXT KKM)KIIS 3IOTOK OVKKHAl'LIXU TIUKS AX!> HATTNKIUS ISKAKH.S I WAS1II>U AXU, 14 UIWATIO.V DE SOTO AND PLYMOUTH i Hoenk Motors 1VEST Of Tilt: C'OUimiOl'SE * Athletic Dinner Held At Seneca School, Thursday Seneca: The mother of the Soncca boys and girls .basketball teams entertained all the Seneca high school students, facility and custodian at a 6:30 dinner at the school gymnasium, Thursday evening. The tables were rlecqratcd in the school's colors, red and white,, with basketballs- s serving as centerpieces and narrow red streamers leading to each place, terminating with a miniature leatherette* basketball serving as place cards. Tall red candles completed the decorations. A three-course dinner was served, followed by a short program with Supt. Wetzlor 'acting -is toastmasler. Short talks were «iven by Mr. Arbogasl, the girls' coach. Miss Schrietmuclled, the chaperon, and '/.Thomas Curtis, ;hc high school principal. , Following this the group enjoyed a movie shown there in the gymnasium. Fifty-seven guests were present and 18 mothers were in charge of the dinner. Wayne Nyman, student at Iowa State college at Ames, arrived home Thursday evening Cor a brief vacation with home folks. , ' Richard Reutzel, son ' of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reutxel, was expected home on Friday, aftcv having spent several days at Rochester, going through the clinic. ' • " Richard has not been enjoying the best of health recently. Mrs. Wm. Gilchrist and son Billy of St. Joseph, Mo., arc visiting at the parental Q. R. Patterson home; 1 Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg and the Henry Wilbefgs attended funeral 'services ai Rihgsted on Monday afternoon ftfr Mrs, .An^ dreason. >She was John Andrei son's .mother. ••••'. '• ;. Mrs. Fred Jensen was co-hostess "to -the Seneca • Ladies' Aid Thursday afternoon at the homfe of Mrs. Otto R. Jensen at Fcntori, who was ,the hostess. Mr. and Mrs, Martin Wilbe'fg and family, Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Wilberg and son of LaPort, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft attended a family gathering at the Lawrence Johannesen home last Sunday. Others present included Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johannsen and Til* da, Mr. and Mrs.. Harry Vahl- dicck of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. • i 'vin^A'-'-<i ; >i; ;i ,fc^^*^,£?:</'.'?'H?>*'; ^K,'^ f '- :/:,' v 'C\ '"'\V.'j;: >'•'/.''''.' ! * Band Mothers At LuV^me Hosts LflVain»—Thfc fiand Mothers Club chtcfldlned the cd^t 6f ch,Af abters of the recent play, "'Lotfe iy Ladies", Arid their at tht! science room evening, Mafch '11, The day being St. Patrick's day, the gteen and white^ .color scheme was Uesd in decoratloft and lunch serving. ^ The evening was 'spcfnt ing 500 at seven tables..High fdr men, Frank {Sartford, loy -Hugh FULL'LINS OF Nursery Stock STRAWBERRY PLANTS APPLES PEARS PLUMS CHERRIES CURRANTS GOOSEBERRIES ,' . BOYSENBERRIES . 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