The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1948 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 30, 1948
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WJJjgp^T*™ 1 !^ 1 Vwv-V. - V New City Health Officer fit. John Keneflck resigned aS'City health officer at a meeting of the ci^y council, last Thursday overling, and 0?, John M. Schuttor was appointed /to fill the uncx- plred term, Two building permits of a minor nature were approved, two requests for the erection of sighs were' tabled, •and one was Rejected as not complying with the new zon- ing ordinance, j /' A request forf a formal letter from Algona , to Mason City, for establishment of an east-west airHfie 1 , which would link i Algona and e harles City, tArough Mason ity, was complied with and filed. The proposal would connect Clarion} and Hampton, to the south of Mason 'City, with southern Minne- sot cities, also. ; ' i - - - * —- * Engagement Announced— Announcement of the engage* ' ment of Ruth Ann Sigsbee, daughter of,Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, to, W. E, Beardsley,, son of Mr. and''Mrs. W. F. Beardsley of Lincoln, Neb.', Was made at a party Saturday evening at the home of the bride-elect's parents. Assistant hostess was Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee. Guests were Mesdames Frank Vera, Russell Rentz, Hugh Post, Clara Klampi George Stewart Sr., Edna.Shilts anU the Misses Mary Frances Carney, Valeria Butts,' LaVonne Wolcott and Ruth Bruellman. The announcement was made via favors of cardboard birds of pastel colors. Table decorations were carried out wijth the Easter motif, with egg £hell nut clips artd a centerpiece fof spring flowers. ,{ ' Miss Sigsbee id {a. graduate of the Immanuel hospital, Omaha, Neb., and for several months has been, employed at St. Elizabeth hospital, Lincoln* ! Neb. Mr. Beardsley is a student at the uni- iversity at .Lincoln! , Their " mar- •iage will take plape, irt late,sum mer. i r •'» Mary Jo Esser To !V/ad— in Gloss Barrels Here's a double value you'll like! Semi- Solid Chick Emulsion, the famous DAIRYFOOD for starting chicks — in A hand}' size,' 2 l / 2 gallons. It comes in a sturdy, good-looking glass barrel... ideal for a cooky ind pickle jar, poultry water fountain, and many other uses. If you've never used Chirk Emulsion, here's your chance to make -a low-cost trial.,,The supply of glass barrels is limited. See us today. Swift & Co. ' ^.ALGONA, IOWA Ivlr. ana Mrs. uttpuH. rrsser announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Jo, above, of Algona to Mr. Rober| p. Kirkpatrick of Chicago,.son of Mrs. Lucille Kirkpatrick" of ..Wesley. Mr. Kirkpatrick teaches. ir| the Industrial Training Institute at Chicago. The wedding will be May 1 at St. A Gertrude's church In Chicago. '•• . • ' ' 1 :. * Rising's Family Dinner— . Mr. and Mrs. V, K*, Rising gave a farewell honoring}'- .the birthdays of Mrs. Rising's! parents, Mr and Mrs. S. D. Wilson;. Mr W' 1 son's anniversary i^ March 27, and 'his wife's is a iwee-K prp". ous. Other guests < tyere Mrs; Florence Peterson and Ronald, and the Rising's !son'. Jpn. USSm Emma FHiley, Five- Mrs. Harvey Finley gave a party "Thursday afternoon honoring the ' fifth birthday of her little daughter Emma. Guests were Judy and Gary McVay, Richard and Bob Crail, "Rusty" and Dick Schriebcr, Lola May. and Denny St. John, and'the mothers of the children. Games Were played and lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Al Bancroft Shower—' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson and Carol were-, Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Shay at Bancroft. In the afternoon Mrs. Erickson attended a miscellaneous shower at the St. John's hall for Bernice-JLensing who is to be married sbort to Verne Walker. Birthday Honors- Mrs. Albert Fosnaugh gave a party Friday everting honoring the birthday of her husband. Guests were Mrf and Mrs. Harold Wolf of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carlson of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. William Giddings of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fosnaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Hegarty, and Mrs, Minnie Hines. The, evening was spent at cards after which lunch was served. Easier Dinner At Jensens— Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Jensen entertained n group of -relatives at dinner on Easter Sunday. The guests were Mr. and Mns. Frank Schreiber and son James of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jensen of Swea City; Mr: and Mrs. Win. Christensen and , son Billy of Swea City. Mr. ap'd Mrs. Palmer Jensen of Algona were also guests. Mrs. Schreibcr and Everett are daughter and sort of the Jensens and Mr. Christensen is Mrs. Jensen's brother. Guests At Lamulhs— Mr. and Mrs. C., E* Finnell, Minneapolis, with their son John, were Easter week-end guests of Matt Lamuth. Mr. Finnell returned to Minneapolis Sunday but Mrs. Finnell, the former Eleanor Lamuth, remained With her father for a fe,w more clays. Mr. and ;Mrs.- William Lamuth, Atlantic, were also week-end guests of the former's father, Matt Lamuth, and also at-,the Edw. Rich home. Mrs. LarnUlh is a-daughter of the Riches. Mr. Lamuth is employed by Swift and Company at Atlantic. ' M*. and MM. W* J^Fulfe* had as guests last wcCk^'Mf's, Josephine Logan of Speficef, sister of Mrs. Fuller, who spefit th6 wfcek here. Friday they had as guests Mrs. Fuller's brother dhd = sister- in-law Mr, and Mrs. Carl Seibcl. also'of Spencer, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fuller took their soil Bill to Ames, where he is a student at the Iowa State college, following his Easter vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Friesner and family spent the weekend at Sac City with thd< former's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Wi L. Friesner. ; • Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk had as guests Easter their children and their farnllles, Mr; and Mrs. Frederick ,Funk of Humboldt, Mrs. Nadmi Behrens of Spencer, and Mr. artd Mrs, Raymond Funk. ; ."'•'' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Geigel of Iowa City spent their Easter vacation with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel. Sunday a family dinner was held at which they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt of Fenton. daughter and son-in-law of the senior- Guigels, Mrs. Frank Geigel and Mrs. George Conklin. Mr. and Mrs. James Neville of Ames spent the weekend with the former's grandmother Mrs. James Neville. R. G. Cook is making exlens- ilve improvements on his apartment house on south Harlan street. Ho is adding two rooms, enlarging others, changing Some rooms, and has re-decorated the two main halls on the first and second floors. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dulton spent last week Tuesday at Elmore, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Richler and family. Mardia Setchell, v/ho accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Setchell of Eldora, for a visit with Mrs. Setchell's .mother, }Mrs. S. B. French, house guest 'if Joan Dahl while here. Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday ; March 30-31 -April 1 • }'\ GEORGE RIGAUD -MARC LAWRENCE MIKE MAZURKI • MICKEY KHOX ' Friday - Saturday, April 2-3 ..MfDAIflll.iv.^^V«^^ leading a double life? f COLUMBIA PICTURES pr»«nU .^WAwJurt^ Jfl*iet TONE-BIAIR I IOVE TROUBEE fc,"vJ JANISCAIT8R ADELEJERGENS TOM poy An 5, fllVft SIMON &'•' .' *'• ' ! "\ -;-•»-• 7*T Sunday • Monday, April 44 , Jepnne Crflin • Pan poily in ' ForW Mr. and Mrs. £arl Hansen, vrho have a grocery store at Swea City, yisited briefly here Sunday forenoon with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tensen. They were on tho'wav- to Humboldt for -the day with Mrs. Hanseri's relative's. The Hansens before moving to Swea 'City had a hardware store at Titonka. Mrs. Hansen recently returned from Arizona where she spent several weeks. Mrs. Francis Livingston has . vr ays.' but Is 'riow%iuch improved; She was taken to the hospital last week Tuesday. Mrs., Ray Anderson of Webster City, , had major surgery at uthc Hamilton county hospital there i last-^' Friday: The Andersons moved to Webster City two years ago from Algona. They sold their home here .when he was transferred to telephone employ at 'the Northwestern Bell Co. Now he has been reassigned to Algona and returned' to his former job a couple of weeks ago. The condition of Mrs. S. J. Backus, at a Fort Dodge hospital, .s reported about the same as it ,vas last Thursday. She was tak- >n to the hospital on Thursday. Victor Hipper of Gravelburg, 3ask,, returned to his home Sun- iay following a week's visit .with his sister, Mrs. Nick Lewer, who makes her home with a daughter, Mrs. Alfred Grill, south of Allona. Mrs. Lewer has been bed- .'ast 3'/2 years following a stroke. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rae of Ma:on City, spent Friday afternoon n Algona, The former had business here and Mrs. Rae spent the ,ime with her- parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N, .Taylor. ' Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Norman of Winnebago, Minn., came Tuesday for an over Easter visit nt the 10 me of Mr. and Mrs, D. A. Bar- lard, Mrs. Norman is Mrs. Bar- lard's aunt. .•Mrs. John Spongberg and little on, Johnnie , Lawrence, came 'Iqwn from Minneapolis for Easter 'Vith Grandpa Harry Spongberg Hid, wife. John has been erigaged •n electrical engineering for the >ast year since finishing a "GI .ourse after leaving army service. ie and his family are now locating i»i Milwaukee, -where he has '\ fine position with a big electri- al company. ', Mr, and Mrs, Gene Murtagh eft Sunday for Topeka, Kansas, >y auto, where Gene was called. in business, Mr, and M«i Francis,. McVsy Irove to Eagle Grove, Saturday, o attend funeral services for- Mrs. McVay's grandfather. Mrs, Allen Qarr of Tiionka A^as taken to Iowa City last week or treatment' at the University aospjtal. She was a patient there aarUer in the winter. ••'• Lorraine Tierney carnei Saturday from Des"Moines for the Easter weekend.; Saturday evening she a^nd^ her ' aurit, Mrs. Bridget robin, drove t° Mason City for m overnight stay with Mr% Gwen, Tierney and her children Marilyn a?id Crftig, The latter a Don Elhdrlrigloft, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ethorington, came last week from Fort Leavenworth, Kan., oh a 16-day "delay cnroute" visit vvith his parents. Sunday he accompanied his parents to Truman, Minn., to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Schmicking, daughter and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Etherington. Mr. and Mrs. Hafold Pilch had as week-end guests the latter's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Shada of Cedar Rapids. -Mrs. Florfc Fitch, mother of Har.old, came from Bedford rcccnfly and will visit her son and daughter-in-law /several weekSj . •; _^^^ Ralph Tiee, Algona Tanviiac dealer, entertained his Wright and Humboldt counties Stock- Gro dealers at the Hotel Humboldt M6nda'y evening, March 22. Mr. and Mrs. Lester De Boli were at Masnn City Friday.wherc Mr. DeBolt attended a meeting ptn>taintrrg-*t0 their business. Mrs. Julia Dearchs of Burl. mother of C. £. Dearchs, has been here the past fortnight and has been confined to bed. She is now able to sit up a little each day. Cecil McGinnis returned lasi week from Rochester, Minn., where he had gorie through the clinic. He is back at work, part time, on the city police force. Mrs. Marv DeGraw and her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs., Cecil McGinnis. were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor at their rural home. Mrs. Taylor js also a daughter* of Mrs. DeGi-aw. ' " • Mr. ; end' Mrs. Alex Derrrtand have asta guest the latter's mother Mrs. Stella Ramert of Forl Dodge, who has been here a few weeks but'is returning home ioon after Easter. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Baker spent Sunday with their daugh ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs John 1 Schulz. Mr. and Mr«. Praftk TagU6 spent last week Sunday at Clarion with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tague, parents of Frank, and to see his brother Ray before his departure to Fort Knox, Kyi, where ho will be stationed, having recently joined the army. Weekend guesis of Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Tague were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Huston of Sioux City, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Tague. Howard Genrich, a student at Drake university, Des Moinps returned there Monday following his Easter vacation, which he spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Genrich. Mr. and Mrs. John Qerber had as dinner guests Saturday their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and iMrs. George Bruellman and family of Ottosen. Harley. a son of the Bruellmans, recently returned from Korea, where he had been in service the past 15 months. He has received his discharge and will now farm. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Faulslick and Charles and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leek went to Grenada, Minn., last week Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jaskulke, brother and sister-ir law of Mrs, Faulstick. Easier quests of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Geilenfeld were their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.» Marion Donohue of Forest City. fueiifay, Mtiftfi 30, 1048 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Deltman spent the weekend at De4. Moines with their daughter and sonMn*law. Mr. and Mrs. George Kinkki. ' ' -• " Mrs. C. A. .Geilenfeld recently returned from a few days visit with her daughter and son-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Brunsvold, Nevada. Mr. arid Mrs. Albert Fosnaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Fosnaugh, Mrs. Kenneth Foster, Mrs. Elton Pratt, Mrs. Henry Schaffer of Burt and James Schaffer of Mc- Callsburg attended the funeral services at Auburn last week for Mrs. Miles Powell, 70, sister of Ed Fosnaugh, whb with hit' wife had gone there a few days prior to the day of the Mtes. Alex who Je*nt Hoc able to 10g't$'»jJ 1 . Mrs. Marie Sa*ihb. UiA Swansori of monka Algona Saturday, on From here they went Dodge to spend vfcagte former's ^soJi*in*la^ aha * ter, Mr. and Mrs. Witt. 8tS"ftS and their sons LaWy and Mr., and Mrs. John Stmdft as guests Easter Sunday th6jj|* 'arid tiaughter-in-laW Mf. s Mrs. John Simort Winandy of Chicago, III, ftfi'flii sort 'c)f ; the John Simons St., Wjj came Thursday antt remaiftea' few days. * New Barber Shop I have opened a barber shop in Algona, first doof east of the C. 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