The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1948 · Page 2
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Upper Be* Molne* Tuesday, May 25, 1948 Sewing Club HosiesS— Mrs. Herb Hedlund entertained the members, of her sowing club this w.cek Tuesday afternoon. ' ji «i Mas First Birthday- Mrs, J. P. ^Herrjg entertained fit an afternoon parly Saturday in colobrotloh, of her son Charles' (""•sit birthday. Guests were Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mrs. K. S. Covv- pnd Mrs. W. A. Hall, Mrs. Claude Slagle, Mrs. Lawrence Misbach, Mary Margaret Cowan and Billie Hall. The afternoon was spent socially and closed with tho serving of ice cream and cake, Congregational CircleCircle: 3 of,, the. Congregational church, will meet Thursday afternoon, May 27, with Mrs. R. A. Cowan, assisted by Mrs. Earl Sprague and Mrs. Ethel Chubb. ts Party Hostess— Mrs. Gertrude Chipman entertained at a party Friday afternoon at the Fred Shilts apartment for. Mrs.. George Stewart. Other guests were Mrs. William Dehnert, Mrs. Edna Shilts, Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, and Mrs. Walter Klamp. Mrs.. Chioman, mother of Mrs. Fred Shilts, who has spent the winter here, expects to leave for her home at Anamos;i r.oxt week. dames Ira Bonnette, Kobert Bonnette, Mart Elmore, James Elmore, Walter Boeckholt, and Elmer Bunkofske. Tenth Birthday- Mrs. J. L. Downey gave a, par- ly Saturday afternoon in celebration of her son Jerry's tenth birthday. Guests were James Galbrai'th, Bill Lauritze^n, Kjfk McCorkle, Wayne Samp, Charles Taylor, and Wayne weise. Following an afternoon of games, a picnic: supper was served. y Grade Picnic— The seventh grade academy students are closing the- school vear with a picnic Wednesday tit the Call State park. The teacher. Sister Helen Marie, will be assisted by Mrs. Wade Sullivan and Mrs. John Kenpfick. At Golden Wedding— Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhokl went to Blue Earth, Minn., last week Sunday to attend the golden wedding anniversary of the latter's cousin and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ahrens. After attending morning church service, the honorees and relatives had dinner at the Wellington hotel. This was followed by "open house" at their home at which time a program was given. At Family Reunion— A. family reunion was held Sunday at Blue Earth at the Oliver Elmores in celebration of the birthday of Mr. Elmore. Those attending were Messrs, and Mes- Entsrtain Visitors-— Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson and Miss Beth Annis entertained 12 guests at dinner at the European hotel last Monday as a courtesy to Mr. and Mrs. Marion Rist of Spokane who are here visiting Dr. A. L. Rist. Besides thd honorees other dinner guests included Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haas of Emmetsburg, Doctor Rist, Mrs. Emily Griggs and her son Warren and Mrs. Laura Smith. The guests spent after dinner hours visiting at the home of Mrs. W. W. Annis. Guests at LaBarres— Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBarre had as guests from Friday until Tuesday their daughter and son- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gahan and little son Bill of Lincoln, Nc'b. Another guest was Mrs? Anna Stevenson of San Leandro, Calif., who came this mid-week and from here will go to Rockford, 111., to visit her daughter Leona. Mrs. Stevenson is a former Algonian, living here when her la to husband was a barber and at one time a partner of the late Elmer Hartshorn. Memorial weekend guests of tho LaBarres will be Mrs. H. S. Strublo and Janice of Vinton, and Mrs. Joseph Mulloy, Dennis and Mary of Chicago, 111. Mrs. Struble is a sister of Mrs. LaBarre and Mrs. Mulloy is a daughter of Mrs. Struble. At Nuptial Shower— Mrs. John Thul and her daughter Mrs. Gene Miller were at Clarion, Saturday, where a postnuptial shower was given for Mrs. Muller by Mrs. T. N. Whit- ti'.v and her daughter Joan, the latter who acted as bridesmaid at the recent Thul-Mullcr nuptials. Guests were former friends of Mrs. Muller when she lived at Clarion. The afternoon was spent at "Bingo", and after the opening > of the gifts, lunch was served.' Pot liWbH Plenl£-r> A pot-luck picnic supper was held in, the back yard:, at the Genii-go Kohls, Monday evening. Those in attendance were Messrs. and Mesdames W. A. McArthur, Firman Laing, Ben C. Meyer, Ralph Harberts, John Kirk, Ira Kphl, Mrs, Duttan, Nellie Burlingame, and the respective families. The evening was spent at Birthday at Wesley— Mr. and; Mrs. E. J. Loebig and MP< and Mrs. Evroul Loebig wtfnt to Wesley, Surtday evening, to attend a party given at the Jack Lickteigs for Mrs. Gordon Loebig, whose birthday was being observed, Others in attendance were Gordon Loebig, the Messrs. and Mesdames William Loebig, Alvin Loebig, and E. H. Lo*big, and the respective families. The E. H. Loebigs are parents of the various families and Mrs. Lickteig is their daughter, Rebekah Pot Luck Supper—The Algona Rebekah lodge will have a pot luck supper Tuesday night at 6:30 at the hall for mothers and daughters. Mrs. Steele Hostess — Mrs. W. F. Steele was hostess to the members of her bridge club Thursday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bob LaBarre and Mrs. Bob McCullough. A Farewell Courtesy — Mr. and Mrs. J. AT. Ulrich and John entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner Friday evening for Ruby Daniels and Harriet Simon, other guests being Rosalind Augustine, Jeanne Lensing, Melvina Simon and Verdell Borchardt. The honorees ,are leaving June 3 for the west ..coast. Miss Daniels, who has been employed at the Twin-Co Beauty shop, expects to remain in California indefinitely and Miss Simon a telephone operator, plans to be gone a fortnight, during which time she will visit her brothers, and their families. Oscar and Jake Simon at San Diego and Albert Simon at Los Angeles. Birthday Club Party— Mrs. Almira Green entertained members of her birthday club at a 6:30 dinner Sunday evening. Those in attendance were Mesdames Fred Powell, A. W. Behrends, Bert Cronan, George Spongberg, Kate Wegener, Dora Laabs, Ida Zumach, Anna Nelson and Max Best. The evening was spent at cards. . * "^ "* "* " * V * ' * ? *" ' ^' *• ,* ' ^ T ! ^ t ",* ^* - l '''**,* i ' * - " } "~ ' ' ] "" t^f \ ., • - , / * .-<..,. / y 1 - ' / , • - ' * " \ " " • ^^t^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^Mii^ifBiHiiiff > -'i i •••••••••••••••iigi^^^lllBBBaS 1 -n~ New to the 1949 Shutebak>r If nek line l« this three-etttnrteMon pick-up. Among it* fenttireS I* "lift. tMe.1ioo«l" accessibility whichtnakes for cnie and convenience in servicing nnit replacing engine ncccssorle* and liisiruincnu. Studebflker '49ir« arc available In a vide range of models find capacities* '49er Trucks Introduced by Studebaker '> A wid« rnnge of models qnd capacities Is offered, by Sludpbnkcr in, a new line of trucks idcnlificil as the H9cr«n Four whcelbases nre available in both the 1 K'-ton (shown) and 2-lon clfigsificatioiiR. Other new 1949 IT ticks arc introduced by Stuclebnker in the one-half, thrcc-qunrtcr nncl one-ton categories. NOW ON DISPLAY AT SCHULTZ BROS. EAST OF FAIRGROUNDS ON 169 TfV" ..''111 -IVJ THE HUB FOR TUBSb^-WSDNfiSDAY-THUftSDAY, MAY 25-2*4* IF ftfily h« hadn't ktiud None) IF tnly fit hadn't natried Mabel I Screen Play by MARGUERITE ROBERTS and ARTHUR WIMPERIS • Based on th« : .Novel by A. S. M. HUTCHIHSOH i , . V U^-^"**" Directed by VICTOR SAVILLE • Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN I \ ' ' ' _ J JL Added Cartoon-News FRIDAYt - SATURDAY, MAY 28-29 he fanned ihe flemi of, a Woman's A UNIVtRSAL.WIERNAtlONAL Plclule Added "Novelty Shop" SUNDAY-MONDAY, MAY 30-31 Queen of a rough-anii- ready era wh«n rent- gad* ruled the, frontier and love was mad Added "Baseball Headlines" Invited Thursday MARY .AD I RON BIT Sit-Down Automatic IronmgSchool At Pratt Appliance Store FOR THE HUB HAS THE STRAWS THAT LOOK LIKE A COOL MILLION! Straw Hats . . . , as many different styles as men have different preferences&The rnpsf pppular new straws—Genuine Pan* amas, Leghorns, Genuine Palms, Calcuttas—and you will find them witH^rrovy bands and wide bands. The hats, tQ9, can be had in natural colors or bleached straws ,.. or thpse swank darker nu1»s. So—"Head for the HUB for Your Straw" Tomorrow! HUB Clothiers Thursday Afternoon, 2 P.M. Ladies, come and , watch Mary Pohlad show you the newest, most comfortable way to iron—and to ircn fast! Attend our demonstration Thursday, starting 2:00 o/cjock. >,^v>, • * fw-ifw «*rx"\jf UtCTRIC APPUANC18 "Service Behind Every Sole" -i- I f " »* -,»«^i,>.«, i^ i •» f« ' Js •> , ^ l-TOT^J^I :"'' ^5

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