The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1948 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 30, 1948
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R; *> t, &fl » Tuesday, March 35, 1941 |948 Charity Ball Tonight -Fin'al touches were put on preparations 'for Algona's ^48., Charity Ball here tonight, this afternoon, with completion of the decorating. The official program will start at 9 p. m. with the grand march, but preceding that there will be a welcome by Dr. C. C. Shierk, toastmaster, presentation of the flag and coronation of the Charity Ball Queen, Whose identity is a secret. First program number will be the appearance of the full Bel Canto chorus. Carl Thorson, juggling artist, will be the second number, and Nicki Feori, vocalist, will be the third number. Al Menke's orchestra will furnish music for dancing. The affair is to be held in the Algona high school gymnasium. Burt Folks Will Appear April 1 On Union Program Burt—Several Burl people will appear on the Union township Mothers and Daughters club meeting, which will be held Thursday evening, April 1, at the Walter Weisbrod home. The Rev. Kuyper of Algona will give an address, Jimmy and Jerry McMullen will play a piano duet, and , Shirley Loekvvood will play a I flute solo. Alice Weisbrod will' lead community singing, which will be accompanied by Frances Dodds. ' , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogel and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith have charge of the program and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur arc on the menu committee. Thurs. - Fri. - Sat., Apr.l 1-2-3 H V/ESTERN CLASSICS Presents S II WILLIAM BOYD GEORGE ("Gabby") HAYES RUSSELL HAYDEN Distributed by SCREEN GUILD PRODUCTIONS '''••;tiiiiiiiii'f. 1 - <>! """"""»ir, 1Ml ,NX< -:> Co-Hit Jiggs and Maggie Jiggs & Maggie In Society Added Serial "SEA HOUND" " " .// Sun. - Mon. - Tues - Wed. April 4-5-6-7 IN EACH OTHER'S ARMS! IN EACH OTHER'S HEART! TJUl-tfta, llarnng Dorothy Guy McGuire and Madison Robert Mitchum Bill Williams vrith lorn Tully • William Ggrjan J«on fort* • Johnny Sandi • Loren Tindall A Oerf Sfhoiy Production DiretliJ by Edward Dwylryk II,, ERROL in "Joe Palooka In Fighting Mad" 1 ^f ^f March Variation Sets A Record March had the greatest temperature range in Kossulh county- history, Weatherman Harry Nolle announces. The low of 20 below, and the high of 72 above, make a variation of 92 degrees. The record nearest approaching this month was in 1942, when March had a variation 'of 88 degiuw.-,. The week's weather: ate High March 23 _______________ 66 March 24 ------ ...... ..66 March 25 ______________ 72 March 26 ____ 53 March 27 (3.25 S) _______ 34 March 28 ________ ._ 46 March 29 _________ 45 Low 31 32 41 31 22 20 27 Crawford Girl Now Recovering Phyllis Crawford, M. N., who wa3 seriously hurt in a car accident March 18 near Ruthven, is making a satisfactory recovery, She is expected home tomorrow, 'Wednesday, from the Iowa Lutheran hospital at ftes Moines. She had expected to be home for Easter: but cold weather and snow made the trip seem inadvisable. Phyllis and Francis Fandel of Whittemore are to be married. They had planned their wedding for March 31 ;it St Michael's church in Whittemore. Becausd of the accident the wedding will be held at a later date. Two Sows Die In Motor Collision Conrad Swanson of Titonka, going east on Highway 18, Saturday at 11:30 p. m., drove into some hogs that had strayed to -he highway from the Perry Bowman farm. Two sows with ittle pigs were* killed. The car .kidded off the pavement into hp ditch on the north side of he road and landed right side ip in one of Mike Elbert's fields. There was some car damage nit Mr. Swanson was not hurt. The accident orphaned 12 little Digs; but they are big enough now to be raised without their mothers. '..^MF^F" Furnace Exploded WhiitetnofcS: Chariest Klein- tehn,' brother of MfS. Prink Burke, and Mrs. FfiSiifc' Spillesi had an exciting experience last week. Mr. and Mrt. Klelnfehn and their son Morris, 'had just come from the basement In their home when an explosion in the coal furnaie occUrredt Flames were coming frojn the basement and it was ttecessary to call the fire department although $ e t ,Y,°. m , 6 !M li * all they could. Mr. KlemfehaAwas offered $14,000 for the home several time and the loss was estimated abou $3,000 due to the'damage to th basement, which is fully coverec by insurance. Mr Klemfehn is well known in Whittemore, as he is an be casional visitor here, •v 1 ' "'' ;•"? V ''•• * +v > r s \-'':\'fM ! M, : toMM* •.;'/' -• - "£&j* Baptist Guild At Sweet City Elects ,. , . dies', Guild ahnoiifteed the fol- Three Cagers Honored Charles Cfapser, Jerry Laitrit- /.en and. Cliff Skogstrom were honored by selection on Jack North's all-slate basketball team in the Des Moines Register, Sunday. Crapser was placed on the fifth team. Assessors Near Finish Deputy County Assessor John C. Bestcnlehner reported yesterday that all but nine of, the 40 'assistant assessors' had finished assessing and turned '• in their books. Five towns and four towns were yet to be heard from. Otf HOPALONG CASSIDY! Swea Cily: All crows within a radius of 25 miles of Swea Citv ire advised to leave for parts unknown unless they want to becomes 'Exhibit A' in the Lion-club's big crow hunt, now in full swing. The Lions have declared an all-out war on crows, with a hunt beginning March 25 and ending July 1 at noon. Any person living within a 25-mile radius or Swea City is eligible to enter. Besides the: usual bounties on crows, there will be prj/- •s awarder! by Swea City business men, a complete 'list of which will be published next week. The object of the hunt is to protect pheasants and song- 'ihas. both of which suffer heavy inroads from crows destroy ing the eggs at nesting time. Heads and feet of the dead crows are to be brought to Fred Beiggren's office to be credited .o the hunter's score. At the Lions club's next meeting, the basketball team, cheer leaders and coaches of the local high school will be guests, wit'i S. R. Watson, Sheffield, member H the state athletic board, as speaker. presiaem, mra. rioyci Treat; secretary, Mrs. George Butterfielti Jr.; assistant secretary, Mrs. Maynard Jehscnr treasurer, Mrs. L. J. Hansen; pianist, Mrs, Albert JohtwoH} assistant pianist, Mrs. Peter Peters. 'At the same meeting, ; a two- Ask New Srflr Route ttesldte ,d'f WWlfefhote anqj Fefttoh afsf asklfig fa* A, ffew stw! route which .would' nift !t'\ Whittettiofe/td 'Falfl«6ftt, *,' s\; The new proposed fbutfe ^»\m also Take in-Hlnast^a ftfiti. Am-. strong ahd, pfovldd, seMce James Murtaghs Home After Trip Mr. and Mrs. James Murtagh arrived here Thursday after spending the past six months in southern states, chiefly Texas and Arizona, in the. interests of Mr Murtagh's health. The climate in the areas visited seemed to agree with Jim, and he is looking fine. He stopped in for a checkup at the Veterans hospital at DCS Moines on the last leg of the return trip. For the time being. Mr. and Mrs. Murtagh are staying at the home of (he former's parents' Mr and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Jim has resumed his work at the Security State bank. I wan? this gr@l LuVerne Woman Goes To California LuVerne—Benona N'eal has resigned as a clerk at the Cornet- Store and left the past week with her brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs. Lyle Nelson of Ames for California. Mr. Nelson graduated from the engineering school at Iowa State college in Ames, March 17. I j" (ill "S»k K^ I say seeing is believing. That's why I want you to see why tli'e Ford Tractor is now better than ever. How about bringing one out to your farm for a free demonstration? I know you'll like Ford Triple-Quick Attaching of implements . . . the fast, quiet 4-spced transmission . . . Ford Hydraulic Touch Control of implements .-'.. and many other advantages. These new Dearborn Implements (made for the Ford Tractor) are just right, loo. You'll like my kind of service. So how about dropping in or phoning me soon? •At DEAN'S, MEN'S DRESS WATCHES With Genuine Leather Strap $20 between , Ohly l* has totalise :of the Is ther awk%dftfft«?ss , afca nlence «f weaHfig'ft oast. / — t " is''• •' ' >' , '*' ,\ ' • Baptised Sunday , I HB»',;-, • »W1 f i . f», W. was baptist fisstef Sunday bv •thi*,R6W Ernll Befladh at the* First Luthevan -church, Mr. and t Luthev r E. M,- . Mf9r E. M,- CflHrtellH of Evans ville, Iftdj, Wfere the godparents Mrs, C, Or Eidftes, Mrs. OieszinI , , r , . ski's mother carried the baby. V AN ORIGINAL DESIGN, BY Handsomely styled with' smetrt rose dittl and gold / ' . '. ' hands. • , LADIES DRESS WATCHES 17-jewel, 14 karat solid gold cas$s, cord bands. GIPTS • WATCHES WtfCH REPAIR . i ', 5I2ES 9-15 4 SPRING'SENSATION • You're a sensation when you "* go out in this sinking butcher linen and ciepe cornbma-f tion dress Beautiful flower of self material trims the, front. Elegant long flared* peplum with double flounced back. Sllnj tnm sknt. < In cupid pink and navy bramble blue and browVi watertint aqua and black. ' " t. '.i * |.i ,V 4 —.;- Munger BOB MUNGER So Phillips On 169 Phone 1025W Algona, Iowa Wednesday, March STOP AT BRADLEY BROS. For Directions To Field t/ < # ... done in the Herbert Levy mgnner with delicote embroidery mctif, ti^-«j-ryp«»p|i0ait feffc Its fragile spring mood is r»f)e?ted in tbt 9re skirt that hug$ your hipj, flgres just ^nev^h et hem. Rayon *h*»«r in blesk, iwvy or V *thereqlpostelf. Siw»14Vit9?4'4. f " rsc £-: ,.:,,. ...t:jftfis

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