The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1948 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 25, 1948
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4-Algdha Upp§f 6e| Mdlft&i Tuesday, May 25, 1948 Bonnie Bisenius OfWhitfemore Weds Monday Whiltemore—Miss Bonnie Bisenius, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bisenius, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday af- tei-li& Presentation academy. Tables' for the occasion were of the 'colors chosen by the bride, "orchid, yellow and white. Low bowls of lilacs of orchid and whiie^ and while and yellow tu- lifis^ gave the effect of orchids and wore very attractive. A door prize was received by Arleno Thill and winners at 500 were Mrs. Nell Fnrroll high and Mrs. George Jergens, low. Those who attended the shower were Mesduint-s Albert Eisele. Blue Earth: Herman Bode, Wesley; John Bisenius. Frank Bisenius, J. W. Bisenius. of Emmetsburg; John Monlag, Thomas Laubenthal, Jack Kisch West Bend: James Conway, Cylinder; Miss Verona Conway, Estherville; Mike Lloyd, Mason City; James Lehnhart, and Zola Gaff hey of Storm Lake; Josephine Heller, Paulina, and Bonnie Powers of Fort Dodge, and Joan KavaHaugh of Lohrville. The bride received many gifts. Miss Bisenius married Joseph Kavanaugh of Lohrville, Monday morning, May 24 in St. Michael's Catholic church at 8 a. in. To A New Farm Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer moved their household goods to the farm tenanted by William Besch, east of Whittemore, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher returned to their home vacated by the Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McKean moved in the rooms occupied by the Schumachers in the West End Hotel, which H. W. Kuecker 'recently bought from Mr. Schumacher. , Return For Visit Mr. and Mrs. John Rube of West Bend were Whittemore visitors Tuesday. The Rabes were former residents here. Mr. Rabc built the home now occupied by Mrs. John Cullen. ff&w Jeep Beale* xL. W. .SWdnsoh "was in t)es Moines Monday and Tuesday on business and on Friday morning he left from Fort Dodge Via bus for Des Moines to bring back a jeep which he will handle and sell hereafter. Just Look at all These Features! A beauty in "time" for lifetime use! Jeweled movement, sweep second-hand, radium dial, stainless steel back, water and shock resistant. The perfect watch for active IT Jewel Incabloc Equipped W/VTCH REPAIR To Now Mr. and Mrs. . Orvitle Barber moved their family and furniture to their new home on Highlawn Addition, Sunday, which was re- cenfly built but due to the shortage of some of the building material the home is not quite Completed. Mrs. Raymond Pitt'iard, Park Rapids, Minn., and Mr. ana Mrs. Leo Esser and daughter Karen of Wells, Minn., were Wednesday evening dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spilles. Albert Potratz Jr. of Los Angeles, Calif., returned to the west coast Sunday after visiting here for two weeks with his parents Mr. and Mrs, Albert Potratz and other relatives. He has lived in California for 18 months and is employed there. A dinner in his honor was given Sunday noon at his parents home. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Struecker of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Potratz of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien arc the parents of an eight pound boy born at the Kossuth hospital Monday in Algona. A clipping was sent here to relatives from the Albert Lea Sentinel, that Lloyd Walker, son of Mrs. Bessie Walker. Algona, and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith of Whittemore. has been named manager of the Sports Shop on Main street. He was the former manager of But- terys. He has br-en in Albert Lea since August. 1947, coming here from Mankato. /OW0 BobJ||u0 : js, Miii GREATER All lowiius benefit as Iowa ^rows and ]>ro» pers. Gov. Blue's adiiiiiiistration lias adopted vise policies for the benefit of ALL IOWA. Stale aid for schools is ut an all-time high of SJ 2,980.000. Iowa has embarked upon the greatest road building program in its history. '. For the first time, cities and towns are recch- - ing State aid. The Iowa Development Commission has attracted 252 industries to Iowa. The State has adopted a community hospital building program. A director of mental hospitals lias been appointed and new buildings provided for at Slate institutions. ' A 2'/j million dollar lake and park improve* jnent program lias been started. Gov. Blue is building a greater Iowa — A better Iowa for every citizen of Iowa. £ HCfrB**-*"****^ (rTVflMft*! WJWffc** if^ «* IftHIUX.^'tof !„ ' fe*m> vr*t*r VOTE FOR GOV. ROBERT D. BLUE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY MONDAY. JUNE 7 •' HI.ft KIR UOt'fKNOIt CLL'U ' <*> YOUR NEW KITCHEN ( IS READY NOW JTAHT NOW to plan your *own "dream kitchen" with ,' 'beautiful, well-made Youngstown kitchen units. , Replace your sink with a frlcaming, streamlined "Kitchenaider" with acid resisting porcelain enameled top. dish and vegetable spray, i'well-|olanneil drawers and storage space. ,| I Increase yqur working space with a continuous sweep of table-top cabinets. Easy to install in your present kitchen without remodeling, j Use your wall space with spacious, convenient cabinets that match the other units and tit perfectly in any kitchen. Comu in today and look 'em over. LOW EASY PAYMENTS BY MULLINS COWAN Building Supply Co. I'lione i?75 ALIJOXA Mr. and family of Mermaft M&p, Rev. and Mrs. hn and "at thl r. tifti Mrs. tfu* jwflning. aul Welnhoid . . and son fiavid .arid .daughter Jeane left early fhiifsda^ morning by auto for Hottston, Texas, and St. Louis, Mo. ( where they will spend their two weeks vacation with relatives Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber, Mr, and Mrs. Herman Voigt Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. 'Leonard Meyer and famlfy, Rev,' and Mrs. Paul Weinhold and daughter Jeane of Whittejmpre, 'Mr. and Mrs. Albert MeyfeF "arid l family, Lotts Creek, and Roselja Voigt, of Algona, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William 'Meyer Sr. Sunday eVenirig. v Mrs. Edna Grimm and ' sons Floyd and Lloyd bf Gilriibre City spent the weekend here at the home of her daughter'in-'law and son Gerald Grimm and family, Pat McEnroe Is Seneca Speaker Seneca— The Seneca Farm Bureau held its May meeting last Tuesday evening at the Seneca school. The program opened with group singing followed by a piano solo by Gary Godden; Howard Jones then read two -humorous poems after which Pat McEnroe, weed commissioner, was introduced. Mr. .McEnroe discussed the : var.ldUsV typetf pf sprays and when ahd v h6w\therti could be used most effectively. After a short business meeting Pat McEnroe led an informal discussion on weed control. Refreshments were served at the^elose of the meeting by Mr. and Mrs, Cassie Klocko, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lund and the August Gables. Missionaries Speak The ftev. and Mrs. Sihler of the Bethany Indian Mission at Wit: tcnburg, Wis., were guest speakers at the Women's Missionary Federation held at the Esthervillc Lutheran church recently. Delegates representing the Ser neca ladies aid were Mrs. Henr.v Wilbcrg and Tilda Johannesen, Others in attendance from Se- e rtftte JoKaftttert afta is, P> Jehserk, alstj Mr Jens tfalvWsoH and Linui of Ringsted. Bode Women Hear Talk On U. S, Presidents Bode — Tuesday evening, May 18, the members of the Bode Women's club met at the home of Mrs. Orville/ Olson, Every mem* ber of the club was present besides -Mrs. Olson had several guests including her mother and sister Mrs. A. G. Oppedahl and Averill of Goldfield, Mrs. Donald Leaverton, Mrs. Vilas Larson and Eleanor Olson. Minnie Hanson gave a talk on "The Presidents of the United States and Their Wives". The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Maurice Larson, June 3, which will be the last of the series of 1947-48 meetings. Hostess was assisted in serving refreshments by her sister Avqrill ahd Mr. Olson's sister Eleanor. Birthday Honors Mrs. Chris Olson, Humboldt county delegate to the democratic stat£ convention in Des Moines May 15, made the trip in company with other women from Humboldt. returning the same day. On Sunday Mrs. Olson was honored oh her birthdrfy by old friends and neighbors of long standing. v She received telephone calls from her two daughters Thelma and Hilda Marie, both of whom have secretarial positions in V/ashington, D. C. The birthday party group enjoyed a very fine time. Refreshments were served in the late^afternoon. Weds In HumboldJ • Sunday aftcrnogn, May 16 in the First Lutheran church in Humboldt occurred the marriage ,'o.f Miss Phyllis Skaugstad, daughter of R. A. Skaugstad. and Gene Edge, also of Humboldt. Many from here attended including the following relatives: a brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jensen: uncles and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skaugstad and Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Qually. Me*. PARADE OF *•»*&»* Ml sS&fc'A \i».i'A'/-/v/. v OLD WORN OUT PLUGS ARE WORTH MONEY ON NEWI TIGER | Spork Plugs • They start quicker • They last longer • You save on Gas For r«al z!p~tn-your moior—flai saving economy—put In a full »et; All sizes, full range, for all cars. SQUARE FOG LIT£S " •••'?ih>^, Sw Price 5.69 ea., Our Regy Th. new looK'jlighti! Shockproof, ''^{'»<ith«r. til*. Approvtil' In all ilate«, •.;'; '*'?.'•'•:; pair 10 95 SKYFLITE MIRRORS Our Regular Low Price 2.19 Clamp-on rear view type. Faitfni to edge of door. Non-glar«, chrome plate, y? ! H&*WJ^^ ^""J^I^EaS Ifi^LM^ TOjpWKBrTSaTeTilritf^SffDftoMfl toliiffflfpJn WWmtl jtt sra iK-ffirt If ™ La* .. olmes of Dei MsMeU, MK was Mrs, E. 0; Blrkifthd fcftd M&rgfiret left Iftftheif- home near , -Mlfift., Mere they will live <fn a fun*. f he l94?-48 scribal yea!*. will be headed by Supt, J. W. Sehnf, ahd the Bode faculty is completed, all but fihgllsh and* 1 vocal rfistftietdfs. Nete thowpsoft of Waterloo ar< rived Mondfty to assist as butter- maker at the creamery, while Mfv Saathoff ta'keS'timS out for a va cation. . . Hurt by Tractor, Has Heart Attack — Harry Curtis was quite badly Injured Monday noon while dragging with a tractor at the Harold HobSon farm, where he and his wife are employed. He made too shoff a turn with the tractor arid doesn't remember 1 just What happened, but the drag ran o'ver him, badly bruising him. When found he was underneath the tractor. Friday morning he .suffered a hc'art attack. ' • Y • _ • . ' • V/ANT ADS BHItfG RiJSULTS. 11 m ^io-tycBia- uiUh awvLUiiuqiucu :cftatd Gibson of Sibi-fh LaM s -is. this .tountfv,'. Kim "had aitaehefj to the array •' "' . fltrjtibri in ftls -„_.. -- r .-jl berjatise of his ability _. a linguist and proved so pdfrulaf .that.;* fund was raised tb s6fld " -to,America for an oducatiWi io\ya ;«ny i £« S8ft r rrtiif flfe not ttniy aiat. 6ls6 i^, the | against the # FOR '! *•' i • '•••?l']io-|ic 277W. :\\»f P'-fl'i I , WEDGE CUSHIONS Our Regular Low Price 1.59 Real value in comfortl Attractive fiber topi. Leatherette end panels. ]00 CHROME FOG LITES Our Regular Low Price 4,39 Drive in greater lafetyl Penetrating sealed beam. 'Complete with brackets. 359 Products FAN BilT5, Ford A & Chev, 37-47 75< Beltif'fpr all popular cars at popular prices LINED BRAKE SHOES, 2 wheel sets, as low gt 199 VARCQN AUTO POLISH, c|eqn« and polishes Tailpred SEAT COVERS t Famoyj Catalina and Ko9l-N-Kleen : _j Enjoy cool, comfortable, clean summer driving, Perfect fitting, longer wearing gnd neat appearing, 6 95 and vp inllj; Well Jtiocnldd'tots-'for.'ConHlijdV^ii !,| • " : of Hiishicss ffopct'ly i ! ",n , . , ' ,- . '"'Enst <>r KoNNtilli Cotii-t Hrtiisc tthd kiioWfi 'as ilio , ,. ohl Cull i'lKjatcr Locniiott. tf .iiitci'cstcd coiitnct DR. J. B. WINKEL foi 1 Particulars » II tfa Stale alOUtf H.W. MILLER '••./'•' . COUNTY ATTORNEY For Renomination in Honest, Efficient and Economical Administration of the Office of Kossuth County Attorney HIS RECORD DESERVES HIS ELECT ION TO THE OFFICE ' • • .• ' *» ' .. ; . •. •. . > ' ' YOURVOTJI at the Republican Primaries June 7 '

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