The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1948 · Page 4
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Pii Malhii April LOCALS Mrs. Helen Paxson weni id ., Mason City last week to visit her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, F. B. Shaffer. She plans tt) be gohc a week. • Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Vender Waal went to Iowa City last week Sunday to visit their son L«e, a student at Towa State university. This week Sunday they had as guests Mr. and Mrs. John Rcnsink and daughter Betty Ellen and Mrs. Ella Landrails, all of Boyclen. The visitors are relatives of Mrs. Vander Waal. Though considerably improv- •cd, Mrs. William Turner is still confined to bed following a heart attack. She is being cared for b,y her daughter. Mrs. J. A. Reid. sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Schoby. Myron Atttersan has *eiurn*d from Fort-Dodge, where he had major surgery at the Lutheran hospital a few weeks ago for a stomach ailment. Mrs. Emma Paetz of Suri, mother of Mrs. C. G. Ventelcher went to Osage, Friday, to be with another daughter Mrs. L. A. Venteicher for awhile, and to aid in the household work during Mrs. Venteicher's convalescence from surgery at Mason City. Mrs. J. K. Lytle is visiting her parents at Cleveland, Ohio, leaving here last week and planning to be gone about three weeks Mr, Lytle is manager of the United Variety store. The couple live in the Vigars apartment. Mrs. Don Cash came from Philadelphia, Pa., recently to visit AW* & KY DID YOU ENJOY MY LECTURE LA«T NIGHT. IT WASN'T BAD EXCEPT SEVERAL TIMES WHEN MY WIFE WOKE ME UP. THE SOONER <|OL> WAKE UP TO THE BACT THAT iCMAMPUN UERVICE ARE MORE DEPENDABLE THE SOONER VOUU.Jpfrx START ENJOYING **:*' CHAMP LIN SERVICE • PHONE 1086 « 302 E. STATE • her parents, Mr.. Ifid Mrs. W. Nielsen, who hafe«not beew very w-ell of late. She- also visited her 86*6 F«eh it leaving Wedftes- day for Mason CityV where he has accepted employment with a company there. Mrs. Burton Thorpe returned last week Monday from Rochester, Minn., where she had goHb to consult eye specialists. Mr. and Mrs. John Thuetile spent the weekend at Omaha, Neb., with thei-r daughter Jacqueline, a student nurse at St Catherine's, hospital Mr. and Mrs: Robert Polish spent last weekend at Ottumwa with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Poush and his aunt Mrs. Zoo Palmer. They also spent some time at Pella with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Heeren, parents of ! Mrs. Poush. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Trumbull spent a few days at Ackley last week with the former's parents, Mr. alid Mrfe. E. J. Trumbull. They also spent the weekend at Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. F J. Lynch. •" Mrs. Frank Vera returned Friday from Kansas City, Mo., where she had visited a few days with her daughter and son-in- law,' Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hutch- mson. Mf, arid Mfl, . as guest Safflrttu Tom Jfohnsoh<of Mich. , ^ Mf. and MM. Edwlft » _ returned Wednesday ffpfh' -Bertram, Minn., where they. Had visited Mrs. Wcishaar's patents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott, At present they are with Mf. and Mrs. Albert Weishaar till they can get possession of the apartment they have rented. Mr. and Mrs. W, A. While have received word from theif dau'gh- ter Mrs. Charles M. Buck of Austin, Tex., that she and the children Bill, Don and Laufel, expect to be leaving soon to join Maj. Buck in Japan. Maj. Buck is an army chaplain'afid has been in Japan several month!,'• Alice Ann Vaughn Atid Kalh< erine Reisner went :tb Spencer, Saturday,, to hear the navy band Alice Ann spent the Weekenc with Katherine at the rural home of her parents, Ideated Whittcmore. .Mrs. Emma Olson, sisler of Mrs. William Vigars, came from Pocahontas, Saturday^and spen the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tullle and Richard went to Spehcer, Saturday, to boar the navy band which was giving a program there. Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday, April 27-28-29 S for the Ladies Watch 17 Jewel, 1 OK Solid gold case. 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S, Wittern spent Wednesday at Mason City with friends. < Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sieves, accompanied by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven, spent last weekend at Collender with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hoclgin, son-in-law and daughter of the 1 Harvey Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tigges have as guest Mrs. Virginia Neal of Cleveland, O., who came last week and ' will remain another fortnight. Mrs. Neal is mother of Mrs. Tigges. . .. . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devill have returned from St. Cloud, Fla., where they spent the winter. Mrs. Claude Slagle and Mrs,.T. W. Caldwell went to Des Moines, Wednesday, to see Mary Martin in "Annie Get Your' Gun". Slewarl Barnes came irom Des Moines, Sunday, to take home his wife and little son, who have been here the past week. They will be accompanied by Mrs. Jydney Laird, mother of Mrs. Barnes., who plans to remain here ten days. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson and he latter's mfather Mrs. Cora Ba:on, returned Friday from Des VIoines, where they had spent everal clays with Mrs. Eugene iofius, another daughter of Mrs. Jacon, wno is a patient at the Aitheran hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willey ad .as guests from Tuesday till Viday Mrs. Arne Hjelle and Mrs. Horace Magnusson and children, Bob and Judy, of Lansing. Mrs. Hjelle' is mother of Mrs. Willey and Mrs. Magnusson. Mrs. Magnusson is the lormcr Edith Rocder. The -Magnussons have another child, Carol, who remained at home with her father as she is in school. Supt, and Krs. O. B. Laing and the latter's mother, Mrs. Rakes, had as'guests who came Sunday and remained a few days, Mr/ and Mrs. S. E. Ginn ol Reynolds, daughter and son-in- law of Mrs. Rakes. 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