The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1948 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 18, 1948
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Tuesday, Mdy 18, 1948 Mr. and:Mrs."*Ph|ddore Hutchison went to Ames, Saturday, to attend Velaha, * Mr. and Mrs. John Ubben went 1o Northwo'od last week Sunday ''. visit Mrs. Ubben's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Levi Nelson. Mr. and Mfa. Ira Hanson of Fonda Were Sunday guests of the Litter's brother-in-law and sis- 1c:r, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Putz. Mr. and Mrs. James Walker, ; Ray and Janice spent the weekend at Alden with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, parents of Mrs. Walker. Marilyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thayes, has joined lots of other children in ' towr who are onduring a siege oJ chickenpox. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wickr and Larry were guests of Mr. end Mrs. Cryder Wicks, parent; of Orville, at Kanawha, las week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Willget and Donna May of Lu Verm were Sunday dinner guests o Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willger, pai ents of Alfred. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tuttl had as (uu>sls Sunday and wh ranained over night'. Mr. an Mrs. G. A. Burroll of Perry, pa. tnls of Mrs. Tuttlc. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie R. Helli and son Daniel of Albert Le. Minn., spent hist week Sunday with the W. L. Whitneypar jcnts of Mrs. Hellie. Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Yeoman hat! as guest from Monday till Thursday last week Mrs. B, L. Johnson, mother of Mrs. Yeoman, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. LeMont Clint? son and their' daughter Sharon Rae spent Sunday with Mr. Climpson's mother, Mrs. Frank Jlirnpson at Plover. Mrs. W. J. Becker spent last week at Cedar Rapids visiting .ier sister, Mrs. K. R. Ferguson. She was accompanied by her ;ons Billy and Dick. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zender vere at Sioux City last week unday visiting Mr. and Mrs. aul Hamill, daughter and son- i-law of Mr. Zender. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heid, Mr. nd Mrs. L. S. Muckey and Mr. id Mrs. G. R. Cook spent the /eekend at Spirit Lake, where hey had taken a cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulsiick ave offered their home on 'iilli Minnesota for sale and an to move next spring to the 0-acre Scwick farm northeast .' Burt. Mrs. Forrest Putney of Denver ime Monday, May 17, to visit •re with a sister, Mrs. W. J. acker. She will also visit at ./csley with another sister, Mrs. J. L. Haverly. Mr. and MM. £, W» tuihf ifld Mfir|u'erito* Dalz'ifel ' spent the weekend at Des Mbines With Mr, and Mrs. H. Pierce Witrflef and family. Mrs. Witmer is daugh* tcr of Mr. Lusfay, ' Mr*. Cora Saeofl had a a few days recently her daughter Mrs.-J. A. H6he,ftstdin of Amboy, Minn., who Remained a few days and Was joined here by hof husband, who' took her home. Mr. and MM, Harold Y6ung- blood, Jerry and Janene went to Spirit Lake On a' picnic. "They were accomp,aftied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nichols, Jerry, Johft, Jim and Julie of Estherville. Mt, and MM. H, H, Watkin* have had as guest the letter's mother, Mrs., fimma Jdnes of Buffald Ctnter,; who ':. came to spend Mother's Day here and re- .nained the,reSt of the week. , Mrsi Bridgsi Tobln spent the weekend '. at 1 Mdsoh City with Mrs. 0\ven Tierhey,.. Marilyn and Craig, the latte'r of. .Whom was home oh -sick leave from Du- buqite, where he attends school. Mr. and Mrs. Swan Lundh will have as guests a few .days their son and daughter-in-law and Terry, who will- arrive Thursday from Rockford, Hi;, to attend the graduation.: of : the Lundh's son Gus. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Reese drove to Des Moirtes Friday afternoon. .Mif, ,R(fesc, was a delegate to the, democratic state convention Saturday ahd Mrs. Reese visited her parents. They came home Sunday, '•stopping .at Eagle Grove, to attend, ani afternoon and evening .program, put on by the Knjghts-'of COlUrftbus. \m The time is ripe to sew for summer. Fashion your wardrobe as you desire it. Select^your fabrics from our summer-wise fabrics — at 5t-wise prices. We featyre only QUAUTY piece goods, such well known brands as EVERFAST, BATES, A.B.C., ancf many others. These are all exclusive patterns which will giVe distinction to your garment. The largest stock of yard goods in Northern Iowa, and we qre pre» pared to back this statement with this summer showing. Come in this week and let pur salesladies plan your dress. Three lines of popular patterns in stock. BUTTiRICK SIMPLICITY McCALL | 'JTIHriJl | || ^Bd^r ^^^p ^^f ^^w ^^H ^^i^ ^^P^^I^^ ^^t ^HS vMii iiRiii <* r *h' Terrtt, .1948 m It May.Sdfieefn: SWSJW* M». Sldfisy Marvin and siatef m 'cl ffi debrand of B«tt, spent 1K6 weekend at Mlnneapttfis, ,Mlft% ^Hh Mr, and MM. Kobeff Sfeuer daughter and 4on<lA«iatf ef Mrs -Wallburg. B*. ft. A, fii«mt» by his daughter' Kat went to Rochester, Mlfitt, J&W day, and on Wednesday "wih enter the Colonial hosjiKat fdf surgery. Miss Evaris will Jeftalft to attend him. .. , Visited Mrs. Marcella Mi* fmtfong at Livermofe, Sunda'JMfterrifion. Dinner guests of the 1 Awttgffdngs were Mrs, C&ra Caslef attd 'son Adrian, mother and-., brother, of Mrs. Armstrong./' - w : • * Mt, And Mrs, Sanies '.Will; Mr, and Mrs. Walter Will and daughter Barbara and Mrs. E. W Adams drove to .Sibley Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson. Mrs. Johnson is the former Ruth Will. Mrs. Edna Smith, aacoifipMnied by her niece, Mrs. Ma6 SutteV- neld, went to Swea City, Friday They visited Mr. and Me^S tor Smith and Mr. and Mi's. Elmer Smith, brothers-in-law^ and sisters, of Mrs. Smith. ( mm . t»-Visit Slfi.Sn Roy Wiwatfi, m MtfttA Ifl4aw of 'MM, mm Wltham, MH, W, W. JJeftalii of Ottn City spgrtt frlfay aftd OVe^ftlght at the home 6f & sdft, Brv, C, 0. Schaap. She came especially to attend Junior high ,'6peft In which her gHfflddaugHter Diane Schaap had sev"efal. IsslghftlenU MM, **i*dIiTf.if*t ftpm a ^w days at fen tfbd|e last week with her hUsbfiftd, who is employed there;- Me returned wittf her husbaKd, who is em* employed there, «$ returned with her and remained over the week-end. M*. and MM, Fraftle SitaiioH of Mayfleld , were dintier guests & th £ 'ftt^Vsparentsr Mr, and Mrs. Walter Wlfi, last Week Sunday.! In the afternoon'they were pined by Mr. ,and Mrs, James Will and all went to West Bend. Barbara Will also went with them. • ; _ Mr«,"H«iify Gudorlan and Ion Bill, accompanied by Mrs. Esther Helber,g, went to Iowa City Sunday-and brought home Shirley Helberg, whO;has been dismissed from the sanitarium. She Is completely recovered from her recent sickness but is required to observe rest periods. rural, schdbl 'We're 1 gtfeitl M-' ! teaehtjiV Mfs< mm KiA, -day, the lllh'bf May. "I$tML ,. a usual, Iast<da>af-'&chdoU,«,p'fe* gram, Mrs.. Kifkef j.-...-..-.#•'..- children to Algoha. were shdwn through dairy aftd the Algd:._ . pets 6ff]<|&. A#ef, diftfte*. Garner last wdek , tend the 'birthday celebrsttfttrfor" her granddaughter, Birtea;' 1 6i Mr. Young 'loifted Jief fitef6 f day at the-'Jiome of- their* aa ter-lnjlaw Mrs. Dale Ybuttg/. ali'd attended' the memorfal 1 ' 'seVfc 1 at the Methodist ehureiXt. m chimes arfd a new' pipe' .ori were f dedicated. Thts'.niiMV Dale'Young was am'oftg .those' ,'ttf the war casualties on t.thet,'Me- morial program. Sunday .afternoon a program of mUsle/was given-by,- Prof.' Clendenin' of -'tM loWa State college at Amesi. ^ ! f _____ ,r ..... , psborftj fleeeas,ed, , >im t having been , . an< fead, Isiday^f Juhe. 1948, fig pfoof of same ouse -in Algona, 'Dlstf ct Court of &f -the Clerk 'of said t teh-'o'elodk A, M,, abow,Mehtiohed all rested -are hereby 'no- tifle"d ana required .to appear,- and E The Big Storo , ef * Setond Section ' " ' DANC6 UVEllMCiRI, I THURSDAY, MAY 20 AL MENKE Coming in Person BERNIE CUMMINGS U19-20 Soon we graduate .. , Soon • •>* -4 here it is tight ott tbj| of us ..,, and, you know, I sort of wonder what it's Thoughts at Eigkt$$n FIRSTS GUY, THEN A GIRL, alternately ahdt- about forty more before they get to me. Judge Stillman of th^ Board is handing out the diplomas oh, brother, is it hot in here .... ' .,. f . ••'••'•.>*^ New Dick is getting his diplcmq, biggest guy in school and Judge Stillman is pumping his hand like mad ' I n ?£ e 9° e s Jean and Sam ... and Anne . ;>"} . beautiful Anne. Only six more ahead of me and thjs ebllqr n' tie are like a . . . jeepers, I wonder what Mom and Dad, yep, and Grandma are giving me for graduation? .... sure hope it's clothes from The Hut . . .vj>6yi could I use a cold shower .... , . ' '• Up we go, Gosh, what if a guy slipped on these steps . . . thank you, Judge Stillman . . , thank you, sir... it's all over. Well, what do you I've graduated. Now for those gifts ... SWtA^ERS i - , T^SHiRTS ^t%, f .. -v__ SHIRTS A fellow just couldn't ask for better neckwear than these crispy new Swperba summer beaulies! 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