The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1943 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper DCS Moincs, Algona, Iowa, May 20, 1943 1UVERNEPASTOR AND WIFE GIVEN FAREWELL DINNER LuVetne —i'A farewell basket • dinnei 1 honoring the Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Granner was given at the •Community hall following the morning service Sunday. After the Fellowship dinner the following program was enjoyed with Mrs. "paul Blumer as chairman: Group . singing led by Mrs. Lewis Merkle; prayer, Mrs. Henry Marty; cornet and 'trombone duet, Wayne and . Howard Marty* accompanied by Vera Marty; Lawrence Matty read A group of poeffiS L "Thia U Spring/' "Is Christ Your Pilot," and "Their preacher"; Florence Hof and Mrs. Walter Hefti sang "The End of the Way." Words of appreciation for the Rev. and Mrs. Gfahner were given by Mrs. Paul Blumer, and a generous purse from the congregation was presented by Fred Markle, president of the trustees. A fitting response was given by the Rev. Granner and program closed by singing "Blest Be The Tie That Binds." Rev. Granner is retiring from the ministry and has recently purchased a home at Hubbard, to which they will move next Wednesday. Read The Want Ads—It Pays MRS. PAUL CODY, FORMERLY SWEA, DIES AT FAIRMONT Swea-Eagle — Mrs. Paul Cody, 69, of near Fairmont, Minrt., was fatally injured suffering a head concussion Sunday, May 9, when she intended to go upstairs and by mistake opened the door beside the stairdoor which goes to the basement. She fell, her head striking the cement floor. She was rushed to a Fairmont hospital but passed away a few hours later. Mr. and Mrs. Cody farmed in Shop and Save the Wholesale Wajr •••• -• •' "" " " • • • * EVERY ••II TOMATOES fe!!!L,-.:,..^19c LEMONS iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiii Fresh Green Top Carrots Sunkist Extra Fancy Jumbo Size..... RUTABAGAS ES£1_§ U WINESAP APPLES, Extra Fancy Grade . .... 3lbs. 35c Per Bunch.. 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CALUMET OYSTER SHELLS Pilot Brand AO^. 80 Lb. BAG • * PIT C DILL PICKLES Bond Quart Ja,2l0 SWEET PICKLESBondSo* Jar IOC DILL PICKLES Bondio.,j. r IOc SALAD BOWL ' SALAD DRESSINGS I2c SALAD BOWL SALAD DRESSINGS 20c BENGAL IMITATION VANILLA 8 OZ. i, BOTTLE' Old Dutch Cleanser 3 cans 25c IVORY SOAPS 3 For 20c ARCADE CLEANER SI2'/ 2 c Wall Paper Gleaner 3 Can8 27c IVORY SOAPLarge Size 2 Por 2k SAYADAY WASH QUART BLEACH' LAVA SOAP n:°3p,20e SOAP _. m ^ FRIDAY JVNO MAY 21ST AND 33N9 WE s A:V.F Y:o u ivro N t Y j, -a,' Foll»w-A Oo«4 Start with Gniftti tni Awl MtM|«mint Ourlpf -tht flrawlns «S ~ t r „(- BP^^^flp •• -iiT 5 *?^* ™-^T'"VJRv * "V * k Eagle township for many years be- foe moving to Minnesota. Many friends from here attended the funeral Wednesday afternoon at Fairmont Lutheran church. Burial was ln\the Fairmont cemetery. She is Survived by her husband and two son's, Paul and Melvin. MRS. DONALD GILLAM HONOREE AT SHOWER Mrs. Donald Gillam, nee Lucille Evans, was honored guest at a miscellaneous shower Friday night at the Emil Larson home. Games were enjoyed followed by lunch. Forty ladies were present. The recent bride received many useful gifts. The shower hostesses were Mrs. Maynard Jenson, Mrs. Francis Torine, Mrs, Wm. Thompson, Mrs. Art Anderson, Mrs. Harold Evans and Mrs. Emil Larson. Lucille Evans married Corp. Donald Gillam last April. She taught the past year at Renwick. School was out last week and she came here to visit her mother, Mrs. Ethel Evans. She plans to enter some work soon as her her husband is in an Air Corps school in England. Mrs. Geneva Finleyson and Ruby Berg of Kansas City are visiting at the home of their parents, the Andrew Bergs. Dorothy Linde accompanied Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tweeten to Northfield, Minn., Sunday to attend St, Olaf's College music festival. Mrs. AltQ Allen and 3-year-old daughter of Kansas City left for home Wednesday after a week's visit at the Andrew Berg home. Mrs, Henry Looft, Mrs. Walter R, Smith and Mrs. Albert Johnson will be hestesses of the Baptist Ladies Guild at the hall Fri- day afternoon. Miss Freda Bergeson, who taught at Newell the past year, came home Friday to spend the summer vacation at the home of her father, Albin Bergeson. The Floyd Treat home was the scene of three birthday parties the past wdek, Mrs. Treat's on the 10th, Shirley Lee's on the 12th and Max's on the 17th, each having friends in for the evening. Mrs. Maynard Jenson and her daughter, Lavonne, returned home Saturday from Estherville, where she had been a week at the bed side of Lavonne, 4, who underwent an appendectomy at Coleman hospital. Miss Alma Schultz, Co. H. D. A., and Miss Beryl Hyler, Swea's girls 4-H club leader, and members of the program committee met at the Joe Preston home last Saturday afternoon to make out the year's program. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Linde entertained thirty young people at a birthday party for their daughter, Dorothy, Sunday night. All had an enjoyable evening. Lunch was served. Dorothy received some nice gifts. A large number of friends and members of the Eagle Aid met at the home of Anna Erickson last Tuesday afternoon. After a program lunch was served. Her assisting hostesses were Mrs. Sam Butcher and Mrs. Tonkard Carlson. Miss Meta Mae Swanson of Los Angeles, Calif., came last week to the Roy Pehrson home and will yl»lt other friends here and her mother, Mrs. Nels Swanson, Mason City. Mi*s Swanson has joined the WAACs and is expecting to be called soon. UNION ALETHEAN 4-H GIRLS MET AT JENKINSON HOME The Union Alethean 4-H girls entertained their mothers at the Glen Jenkinson home last Saturday afternoon. Ruth Gisch gave a vocal number, which was followed by quiz games. Dorothy and Ruth Gisch played a saxophone and violin duet. Games followed until refreshments were served. Marabeth Will was a guest. Esther" Will is enjoying the 3- day measles. A Farm Bureau meeting will be held next Thursday evening at Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voight and Mrs. Giffen of Fenton were callers last week at the Don Boevers home. Bob Harvey was taken to the Kossuth hospital Sunday evening suffering from a severe attack, ol some form of rheumatism. Pvt. Stuart Thompson left last Saturday evening following a 12- day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, and his wife. He returned via Chicago for Camp Van Dorn. in Mississippi. Mrs. Walter Heerdt visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Leonard Heerdt formerly Marie Hanseft, at the General hospital, Algona, Sunday. Mrs. Heerdt gave birth to a baby toy on Friday. This make their third son. Mrs. Heerdt was a former Union club member. Helen Bestenlehner of Washington, D. C.j is here for a visit. She visited at the Robert Leason and Ray Keefe homes Monday. Helen is the daughter of Joe Besten- lehner of Algona and is a filing clerk. She .ran a beauty parlor prior to her leaving for Washington. Mrs. Leason, Mrs. Keefe and Helen were school chums. LUVERNE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Orbin Hagist and little daughter, Barbara, of Chicago^arrived Monday morning for a short visit at the parental F. G. Hagist home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Valvick and son, Irving, Swea City, were recent guests at the E. B. Thomas home Mr. Valvick is a brother of Mrs. Thomas. Miss Myrtle Jordan attended a meeting of the board of education at Algona Monday evening. Miss Jordan has just completed a very successful school year as teacher in the Sexton school. The Good Will Club is meeting this week Wednesday afternoon at the community hall with Mrs. Carl Swanson and Mrs. Chas. Hinz, hostesses. The social committee is Mrs. H. D. Ristau and Mrs. Robt. Hardcopf. Mr. and Mrs. William Pech and David Pech, Algona, were Friday evening visitors at the Max Block home. The men are nephews of Mrs. Block. David left Sunday evening for Des Moines to be inducted into the army. \ Mrs. Will Bigings returned last Thursday from Jacksonville, Fla., after spending a month visiting at the home other son and daughter-in-law, Mr...and Mrs. Hobert Bigings. He is located at the naval air base and Is an .airplane mech-. anic. A dinner honoring Edw. Gramenz was .given at the home of Ml'. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner Sunday. He is a brother of both Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Matt Baumgartner and recently returned from Oakland, Calif., where' he has been employed. t Mrs. Lewis Wildin was brought home from the hospital at Fort Dodge Sunday. X-rays revealed that there were no bones broken but one side is badly bruised and the forehead is cut in two places. She is still suffering from shock and is confined to her bed. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maas and two children went to Cedar Falls Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Lillian Zink. Mr. Maas returned home Sunday evening, leaving Mrs. Maas for a two week's visit. They were accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Frank Asa, of Algona. Fred Schmidt, LuVerne's only blind person, who has been ill since the latter part of February, is still confined to his home. Bessie Schmidt, the only daughter, who is a typist at Montgomery & Wards, Minneapolis, is spending a short vacation at home assisting her mother in his care. Miss Ruth North and Miss Lillian Roggow were at Cedar Falls to spend the week-end. Sunday evening they were dinner guests at the F. I. Chapman home, together with Miss Denise Peterson, Mrs. Irvin Chapman and J. Arnold Hjellie, given in honor of Miss Peterson, who will be married in June. Conrad Baumgartner, Renwick, was calling on old friends here Saturday and visiting his nephew, Adam Zweifel, and family. After his wife's death eight years ago he bought an acreage at Renwick and made his home there, but comes to LuVerne occasionally to spend the day visiting with old friends. Joshua Streifl, San Jose, Calif., is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. Henry Kubly, and also at the Elmer Kubly and the Edwin Marty homes. He has been visiting at New Glarus, Wis., the past two months and is enroute home. Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Kubly, with their guest went to Goldfield to FARM BARGAINS In central Wpiconsiiat I own Bpnie of the b»»t land* in ih« world, and being now of advanced age and Mftdjnf mpnw, I will tome of if ter* IMS i* ywr chance to own your own f WTO, Dr. F, L, Tribpn Flag Sets F0» 3x5 ft. Flag, with Staff ajiul Bracket spend the day at the Mf& Lena Blatti home. Announcements have been ifr ceived here of the wedding of Miss 1 Esther Seefeld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Seefeld, Algona, to Elead Wegner, sbn of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wegner, LuVerne. 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