The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1948 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 18, 1948
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Crownec/ cerl Icejil le annual May crowning itiny was hold at St.- Cc- 5 church, SuncfaVi May' 16. 1e above picture the May \n t . "Nancy Hutchiion, is'pic- with her attendants, Jc- Loss and Irene Eischeid. Jl Thilges, junioB acolyte, the prpcession from, thb school to the church at 7:45 p. rrt,. The entire student body took part, in th<| crowning ceremony. There were 35 first communicants./ • After the usual prayers and hymns, Father Bauer concluded the ceremony with a short talk and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. GALS ty Vaughn is a new clerk at hrischiltes store where shp her duties Monday. .and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins the weekend nt Yetter with nd Mrs. A. W. Nation. TS. Max Bartholomew spent "ay and Monday at Titonka her narcnts Mr. and Mrs. W. xPelcr/on while her husband |?on a fishing trip with friends Lake, Minn. Bob Sperry has been a patient Khe Kossuth hospital since last cdnesday for medical treatment d observation. Mr. Sperry is mager of the creamery oil sta- tftm. ('Sadie ICeielsen is a new clerk | the Elite, shop. She was previ- qjLjsly employed for several years ;\,t the Cumrnings store. , » Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhain- er returned Sunday from Oakland, Calif., where they spent t)irec weeks with the latter's. tjbother, Mrs. F. W. Wehler, and sMer, Mrs'. Albert Farwell and Husband. Mrs. C. C. Adams, accompanied y her daughter, LaVonne, went Rochester Monday w;here the ;pier wil conaHlkftPcfcftr^. al goitre. ^Marshall-Wells Store s , Ad on Pages 4 and 5 of I the Second Section •. J-lome Corsetery I have available now sdm- fmer mesh girdles and brassieres, for medium and larger figures. I For appointment call' Charis Corsetiere BITHA M. WILSON 603 So. Dodge Bne 48-J Algona 20* Mrs. Luella Baker spent Mother s day at Ames" with her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Durwood Baker and Barbara Lue and remained several days. The Women's Bowling League held its final spring get-to-gether at George's Cafe Wednesday evening with 21 present at the dinner. Officers elected for the coming year were as follows: 'Ann Kelly, president; Louise Elbert, vice- president; Mary Frarices Carney, treasurer; LaVonne Adams, sergeant-at-arms. . ; James Spencer has recently been transferred to Sioux Falls where he is manager of the Cataract hotel which is one of the Eppley hotels. He formerly vyas manager of the Lafayette, another Eppley hotel, at • Davenpor,t, James is a son of Mrs. R. H. Sperii cer. . .. -.. '.- •'. Mrs. Mayme Freymann, of Iowa City, left Sunday foVi Remsen to visit her daughter after spending Several days here with her aunts, •the Misses Carrie and Chris Wer- •rfert. She had accompanied Chris hqme after her dismissal from the hospital at Iowa City where she recently underwent a successful opeiation for the removal of "3 cataract on her right eye. Vernon Smith came, from- k ,s City, Mo., Ib spe^no; t ^»iL$th his wife aahe hefnrfiotHep, MrS/'S. 'tr ^UponThis relum'home, h< compliied^by Mjs^H: 13,, ly; anpthef daughter of Mrs. kus, wnp returned to her> Picher, Okla. Mrs.- Backus is improving .and is now able to be up and around a part of the time. Mr. and.Mrs. W. A. Fosiejr wer.e weekend visitors at'the cottage ipi Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase in Spi Lake/ • • ' \ - '.• '"••• '>--f.H- Mrs. W. B. Nugent cl ffBf from Des Moines last week" Tuesday and remained till Friday withJjer mother and sister, Mrs. Dingley and Helen. . Mrs, Thco.\Chrischilles wenl lo Beloit, Wis.,'Friday to visitnieV son Julia, a student at the college there. She expected to. go on to Chicago, 111., for a few days visit with friends. Barbara Haggard returned to Eagle Grove for a few days with her friend, Murrie Denman, who had spent the weekend here. Miss Denmanj is a teacher in the Eagle Grove .schools and at the end of the term will return to her Home in Dakota. Barbara also formerly taught in the Eagle Grove schools. : . . • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poush went to Pella, Friday "noon, to at-; tend the \Tulip festival. Jerry' Thuente accompanied by Jim Holmes drove them down in the Thu- ente car. They all returned to Algona Saturday evening. ; Mis, 0* £i e«wel wdflf io », UUA Q\l$ MortdftJ' aftd i-emaified till IThursd'fly while attendina-a State P.E-.Ov coriVeftliort Id .wTiibh she ; was delegate from the local chapter. Gdfi$ &bboii has reiuf n6d itom Rochester, Mittn., w.herfi he received 'further treatment for an eye ailment. He will return there in a fortnight for a routine check- Mt. and Mrs. Qeotge Lee have had as guest Sam Lee, brother of George,' of Billings, Mohl., who caitie last week 1 Thursday and ieft Monday for Odebaldt where he expects to be employed at the Adams ranch, DirinePguests of the Lees, Sunday, "Were Mr.' and Mrs. S. H. Furhmann, of Livor- more. The Mariner's club of the Presbyterian ch'urch is having a picnic supper Tuesday evening at the farm home of Mr. and'Mrs. Keith Strayer. The Gilbert Kuy- tjprs and Don. Hemmingsens are hbsts and the Strayers a'nd Harold .Youngbloods have charge of entertainment. Mrs. Frieda Steussy and her daughter Mrs. M. W. Loss left Saturday for Springfield to attend the graduation of Eugene Pech, son of Mr. and M^s. 'Theodore Pech, and grandson of Mrs. Steussy. " ' Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan and children went to Maurice Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr. Lin- riari's brother-in-law, William Doherty, who died last w.eek in California. Funeral services were held .this morning. Mr. Doherty is survived by his children, two of whom, Billy and Florence, have frequently visited here aUthe Linnan home. Mrs. Doherty, who was Mr. Linnan's sister, died several years ago. Mr. Doherty had been in poor health for some time. Mrs, Bernard Veomdtt aftd! J!*', tie daughter Margaret we're. £1 Fort Dodge a couple of days lafijb week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wiilkdpf had as guests last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed,win Wittkopf, Mr. and Mrs., Gerhardt Wiltkopf, their sons and daughtei's-in-law and their daughter and son-in- la\V Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kossick of Marshalltown. The Kossicks spent from Saturday till Monday here/ Mr. and Mrs. Don Wood and Sigwell ^pcmt last week Sunday at Swea City with Mrs. Wood's father Potor Ilaiijprvold. Mrs. Elisabeth V/illger has received word of the death of her sister Mrs. Lena Schmidt, 67, at Peoria, 111., Tuesday, May 11. | Final rites were hold there Friday morning. Mrs. Willger is the last surviving member of the family. | Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukaii spent Wednesday and Thursday at Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs Martin Wallukait. The men art brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Voigt had as quests last week Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prew of Sutherland, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Voight. I The Rev. O. W. Brand accompanied by Don Nelson, drove to Spirit Lake Friday to check up on the work being done at the Methodist camp there. H||lng c6neludild a *!sl£ af a wieK hero with her daughters' find" Sons-in-law, ife and Mrs. V6fflon Storm, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hitfffs' and Mr. and- Mr;< Karley ffdutlttan, Mrs. Mrs. Fred Chris- tdrtseft returned 'Suhday. tri her homo at Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Mornef wetlt to Perry last w<§ek Sqfjdiy, where they visited Mr. and I/irs. G. 'A. Burrell, parents of Sirs. Tuttle. Moday, they Were at Des Moines with Mr. Tuttle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tuttle 1 ."/ VVAKT A£)S SRtHiSS FARMERSI FOR SAL€ Power Take*6lf Drive WEED SPRAYERS • Complete With Booms $114 KOSSUTH John Deere Farm Machinery—General Electric Appliances Do You Want to Get Rid Of We have the equipment—and the experienced men! If there are enough of you people in Algona—or the other towns in Kossuth Co., who want your yard sprayed by machine with 2,4-D to kill all 'brqqdleqf w v eeds, we will put a:rndn and machine on spray- r ©ALL 748-W or 460-J Place your order now so we can arrange our schedule. ^ Tbe^J«tJjs,Low! 'MITCHELL Chemical Sales 1st Door So. Raesly , Lumber Co. ALGONA 1948 SCHEDULE MAY 16 qt Swea City Buffalo Center at Rake Algona V.F.W. at Forest City MAY 23 "^ Armstrong at Algona Swea City at Buffalo Center Forest City at Rake MAY 30 Open. JUNE 27 : Open JULY 4 Forest Ciry at Aigona Svyeq City at Armstrong Rake at Buffalo Center Algona at Armstrong Buffalo Center at Swea City Rake at Forest City ^wea City at Algonav. ^l-i Rake at Armstrong Buffalo Center at Forest City JUNE 13 Algona at Buffalo Center Armstrong at Forest City : Rake at Swea City JUNE 20 •\ Algona at Rake ..".... Buffalo Center at Armstrong Forest City at Swea City ^ A | | ; ap^m-gg A •iif%E- • -• A I > CALL THEATRE. Algona . •' : . •'••'.'•. .-''•''.•'. ' ''" ~ . Hf SUNDAY - MONDAY, MAY 23-24 %>*/ - Goo Burton's Academy Awqrd Winner WANT ADS BBINGfl LUMINUM AmPlOPS SHOW WITH A CAST OF 373 STARS! Wgit, Wlbs, 14FtAong, ' x Ideal for Rowing Or With Outboard Motor ANGEL Qnly$285 tt W« Hlflt th« Bettor* savWn't figvre whethsr it belong „ fftHJMl S t« 9 CaJhelt?, fl J«w, er a Prctestant the strange part ALGONA Tuesday, May 18. 1*4f a COHAMA fabric Lip r to - : the- minute suits drastically reduced. All fine fabrics in solids, plaids, checks. One group of Suits at $25.00 lOto 18 Vqioes $39.50 .. Buffalo Center at Algona Forest C/ty at Armstrong Sweq City at Rajce , JULY 25 Algona at Swea City Armstrong at Rake Forest City at Buffalo Center AUGUST 1 Rake at Algona Armstrong at Buffalo Center Swea City at Forest City E. LAURITZEN, Sec-Treas.

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