The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1948 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 27, 1948
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\\ t » >r ! t '"Vii/. >- * *t '*». ,.! Mr. and Mrs, fill! Sieven went to Britt last Tuesday evening to be with Mrs. Ekder Burghardt, who observed her birthday that day .Mrs. Burghardt is mother of Mrs, Steven. M*s. Robert Steven and Iva Lou, of Corwith, were visitors Fridav at the Bill Stevens, son and daughter-in-law of Mrs. Robert Steven. ' terry Bahne and Marilyh, seven, five and year and a half old . children of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecktir, became sick Thursday ^ with the flu. \ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Seoll had as guests Thursday their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 'Mrs. .Robert Scott and family of Cylinder. „ Mrs. C. F. Specht had as guests Wednesday her daughter and son-in-law, Mt\ and Mrs. Harry Larson, Greta Mae and Wayne of Forest City. Wayne is a student at the University of Madison, Wis., and was home on a va- catipn. Wednesday evening the .visitors were joined at dinner-by Mr. and Mrs. William Specht and children. William is a son of Mrs. C. F. Specht. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutlon went to Lake Park Friday and remained till Sunday evening with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Steelo had as a recent guest Charles W. Humphrey of Charles City, uncle of Mr. Stecle. Mr. and Mrs. John Steil re- "VWed Friday from an over- .jnight visit at Livermore with .their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nbrris Wilson. They also spent the weekend at Faribault, Minn., with another son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Norris Wilson. They also spent the weekend at Faribault, Minn., with another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard' Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Biggs of Holland Park, 111., spent 'the weekend with the laker's sister, Mrs. A. ,E. Kresensky and fam- • ily. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mallory of Hampton visited from Wednesday until Friday in Algona with the letter's sister Dora Mitchell and with Mr. Mallory's daughter Mrs. M. E. Anderson, and family. Mrs. Mae Bulterfield' spent from Thursday till Monday at Fairmont, Minn., with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Butterfield Everett Black spent the weekend at Dubugue and Rockford -with his sisters Evelyn and Ruth goin" thence to Whcaton, 111., to spend a little "time with former MAYDAYBAKE Saturday, May 1 9A.M. , at DAU'S GARAGE SHOWROOM Sponsored by Trinity Lutheran Aid. We will have May basket specialties. U-10-A classmates. He e&p;eets to return there in the fall and resume .his studies,' which Weffe interrupted by sickness. Fotj th6 present he is aiding his fatflery'Paul Black, on the Farm. : Mrs: Maty Lalng, <tfho fell a few months ago and broke her hip, is a little imprdyecl since developing pneumonia^' awhile ago. However, hef condition remains serious. ""'"'<'' .. M«. W. F. Steals brought Sally,' aged, 20 mohths t home from the Park hospital, Mason City, Wednesday, following. several days spent there* for virus pneumonia. The child, is recovering nicely but is riot up and around to speak' of y$t.'' The sickness is not contagious. Mr. and Mrs. Hex tfkylor went to Trenton, Mo., last keek spending from Wednesdayjtill Monday with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Brown, parents o'f Mrs. Taylor,: Mr. and Mrs!. A.' F! Thompson their daughter. MrsL Vivian Moore and their \ sons and daughters-in-law, MiJ. .and Mrs. A. M. Thompson, Mt. 'and Mrs. Loren Thompson and I their 1 respective families WoiSc' dinner cuests Sunday of Mr. ,'and Mrs. Russell Thompson, Port Dodge, another son and daugHter-in-law of the A. F. Thompsbnjs. Sylvia Stillson "of 'Corwith spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Al Thompso'nTThc women are cousins. Weekend guesls of Mr. and Mrs. William Champion were the former's brother . siiifl. sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs.>rW/rd Champion and family of .St-sAnssar. Mr. and Mrs. •', $ ?$. Larson have received wdrdHhn't Mr. ana Mrs. Roland Larson became parents of their second daughter. Barbara Lynn, born April 0. Mr. Larson is a credit analyist at the Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust company at Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Jam,es Schneider had as dinner jgu^sts , Sunday, Martin Zatloukak arid daughters Harriet and Julia of Pocahontas. They are father and sisters of Mrs. Schneider. D. L. Schoenfeld left Friday for a visit of a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schoenfeld, at Harrisonville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. 'Roger Hunsley spent Friday at- -the' "Newton Scotts. Mrs. G. W. Stillmari'and Marcia and George Scfrit spent last weekend with their respective mother Mrs. Minnie Holland at Maxwell and Mrs,.F, C. Perry at ColO. r .' *«,%* Mr. and Mrs. Alfted Somon accompanied by theli*'daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R.-W. Welp and little son ^Edward Joseph of Storm Lakev w.ere dinner guests last week Sunday at the Menno Limbergs, --•**•" ~ • They are also da 4n-Jaw of-the'Se,. ' '.Mr. and Mrs. It\ parents of a .'da 1 seven pounds, b Mr, and Mrs. Maynard Sleph- enson of Manchester, formei' Al- gonians, spent thp weekend with the tatter's mother and sister and brother-in-law Mrs. Mary Dc- Graw and Mr. and Mrs.' Cecil McGinnis. Mrs. J. L. Bailey of Clear Lake, daughter of Mrs. Laura Hopkins, spent from Thursday till Saturday here with her mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs* Eugene Mutchins and the latter's sister, Marguerite Dalziol, spent d fevv days at Minneapolis, Minn., last w.eek. Mrs. L. C. Rice left for Kanawha, Friday afternoon, for a visit with her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Banker, having concluded a visit here of several days with friends. From Kamiwha she will go to Rawlins, Wyo,, to bo with her sister : andl Jfl'other-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. RcfiJort Gill and will return, to her home at Springfield, Ore., from there. , Mr. and .Mrs. Paul Parkins spent Sunday at Gracltinger with Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan, mother of Mrs., Parkins and with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Simonsen, her sister and ; her husband. The Rev. and Mrs. John Clyde have as guests the former's daughter and her husband, Mr. In . and Mrs, P. J. Albr'oo'l* of Watertown, S. D., whd ca'frfef^eanes- day'and will remain '& .v>eek. Eu- genp Clement, son of Mrs. Clyde, came from Fayette to spefld the weekend here arid Visit tho guests. Mrs. Clara Prait and her daughter, Mrs. LoUis Hanson, spent the weekend at Waterloo with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duke. Mrs. Craig Vinson, f Oittmy and Beverly, have returned from Mitchell, 8. D., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mays,'parents of Mrs. Vinson. The ladies Of the Trinity Lutheran church are holding a bake sale May 1 in the show room at the DaU garage. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Smith, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Waller Gall and Dr, and Mrs. J. P. Herrig drove to Mankato, Minn., Wednesday, to attend the Sammy Kaye entertainment. Dick Edwards, who,sings with the orchestra, is a brother of Mrs. Smith and he returned with them for a day. The Smiths took him to Rochester, Minn., where an engagement was being filled. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Smith joined Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Coburn of Parkcrsburg at Des Moines where they attended the road show "Annie Get Your Gun". Mr. and Mrs, Charles Stewart of MarlfiSh arid their •' daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Swint, visited Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Clinton Lighter. The Swints have just returned from Alaska where Mr. Swint was stationed in the army ^md Mrs. Swint was employed by J the government. They art; from 'Texarkana, Texas. Helen and Irene Fraser, Jim Holmes and Clifford Shore went to DOS Moines, Friday, to attend ••> youth group meeting at St. Paul's Episcopal church. Ricky, 16 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson, has been sick with tonsilitis the past Week But is now considerably improved. Rev. Gilbert Kuyper and Mrs. Kuyper went to Leon, Tuesday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Kuyper's cousin, Floyd Coder. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baylor went to Exira, Friday, to attend funeral services Saturday for Mrs. John Littlefield, sister of Mr. Baylor. They returned home Sunday. Margaret Presthus, H. N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Presthus, who has been working in the office of Dr. Ginn at Phoenix, Ariz., came home Wednesday for a visit with her parents till June 1 when she is considering going to Denver. Colo. Mrs. Mary Laing, who fell two months ago aftd broke fl hip, has developed pneumonia and is critically sick. She is at her home and being cared for by her daughter and son-ifi-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith, with the help of housekeeper and nurse. She was taken to the University hospital, Iowa City, after the accident but was returned home in a few weeks. She has not shown any improvement to speak of since the injury. Mrs. Hans Presthus had as a guest Monday, Mrs. Henry Lenc- ing, of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thill, of Du 7 buque, spent the weekend with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Caerley Johnson. Mr. and Mrs, Al Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kirschbaum spent Sunday fishing at Spirit Lake. They report the catch was not good. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Nichols spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with the former's mother, Mrs. George Nichols. Mrs. S. E. Noiancl went to Webb Saturday for a weekend visit with her son and daughter-in-law Mr.. and Mrs. Wayne Noland who moved to a farm there March 1. She also visited friends at Spencer and Sioux Rapids, the latter the former home of the Nolands. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norton have as guest Mrs. Norton's ApHl 2?, 1948. AtgdnoUpp mother Mrs. Ned Oowriihg, of Marshalltown, who has been here a fortnight and will remain the rest of this week. Mr. aftd Mrs. t)<m Palmer, who had been living at Fairmont, Minn., where Mr. Palmer was employed at a canning factory, moved Sunday to the Mawdsloy tenant house. He is now working at the Weidenhoff plant. Don'is a son of E. J. Palmer. Dora Mitchell recently returned from Mason City where she had visited her sister, Mrs. Serenu CldpSaddtq, MM f Bd^ her home at DcnVcrt C her dav locate* TWBtf WQfe ed her sister and .... Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mfllli Hampton. The Mallofy,s, returned from,a vacdtibft lit' Orleans, Alabama arid of thern and eastern points.', or sister of Miss Mltchel- Isabel Hauser and hef sdn" who had spent sortte tlri!6 1 fornia, stopped here last Week a brief visit en route to * home at Cor With'. Kossuth County Farms For Sale 160 A. Greenwood Twp,—No buildings. 156 A. LoVerne Twp.—Good improvements. 200 A. Cresco Twp.—Good improvements. 320 A. Union Twp.—On paving.—Good improvements, j ''• Hutchison Phone 251 Algona, Iowa , Gfnivulaitcc 'tino IJuntral ^service You can't change the past, but you can ruin the present by worrying over the future. ANYONE CAN HAVE PLENTY OF HOT WATER fift A JIFFY! Falb Center, fand soh- alueg';*a"t 'weighin Aonl 20 the Kossuth hosprtar/This is the second child for thfefMaluegs, the other also a daugfttegff ^ Relatives of A;<,My Collinson have received word he; is not in the best of health.'' He and His wife moved to Oroville, Calif., over a year ago ar^ddiave established a home nc'ay, §/ daughter and her family. **• '« Mr. and Mrs. L.iA.'.Vipond had as last weekend guests Mr. • and Mrs. J. C. Prahir- sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Vipond. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sawyer had as weekend guests the former's parents, Mr .'-and Mrs. O. T. Sawyer of Minneapolis, Minn. 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Hgre, in our new department, t you may select from plajn colors, monotone patterns, rich carved effects, rich leaf designs 1 }n several shades. We will take exact measureemnts in, 1 your ' *C* .) ^,, home, and lay the carpet expertly. From that day- on you, your fa'mily and yodr guests will find new. added .beayty brought to your home. Remember, nothing equals wali«io-wall carpeting as a beautiful floor covering! LINOLEUM ARE

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