The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1948 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 1, 1948
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<w Bob ChambMi and Wtfpne fiddle-recently attended a s? ' lirtg of the TucKer car fit -Ka iCily, Mo. Only a small number jliiy been produced so fat, bUt I Mr. Tucker assured those in'a't- |tehdartce cars could be purchased ?tty September, and it is hoped one can be had for display in •My, Lorraine Hiedel, who leaches in the parochial school at SchUV- ler, Neb., is expected home this weeks to spend the summer with • her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I Hiedel. Mr, and Mrs. Douglas Biley Had |as callers Wednesday evening, ?Mr. and Mrs; Arthur Rlley of Lu>; Verne, brothef: and sister-ln*l£ijw . of Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. John Sleil moved to Faribaulf, Minn., Friday where they will make their home. They sold their house to "Thomas Sawyer 6f the Skelgas appliance service, who took possession, -The Steils have a daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Voit, living at Faribault Mr. and Mrs. John Swarlz had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.. Dnvid Rackly of Freeoort, 111. The Swartz daughter Sally Ann telebrated her second anni- versary'May 28, Mr. and Mrs. H.,B. Waller and children y Pamela, Denny and) Tommy spent the weekend at Charles City, where they were •guests of Mr.' Wallers' cousin, .;' Elmer Wqller. ': ; Mr. and Mrs, W. A, Foster, accompanied by the former's brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. J. Foster of Ankeny, left 'Mon• day for Leech Lake, Minn., for several days of fishing and recreation. Mr.' and Mrs. William f H. ' Thomas Jr._ had as 'guests from Friday until Monday Mr. Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Thomas Sr., Centerville. .-.•'. Mr. and Mrs. i Edward Green spent the weekend at Renwick with ; the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wil: liam Green. ' , Mr. arid Mrs. Paul Deitman had ' as guests from Saturday .until ": over Memorial day their daugh- ' tor and son-in-law and family, ! Mr. and Mrs. Gerohe Kinkki of ; Dos Moines, arid Mr- and Mrs, Malcolm, Jones and three daughters of Rockford; 111. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley, Margaret Ann t and Walter, left Friday for Austin, Tex., to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley Jr. Walter has recently completed a law course at Harvard univdrs- ity, Cambridge, 4 Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Holmes have .moved here from Albert City and Mr. Holmes is employed at Brown's Dairy. Mrs. Ben Meyer and her .daughter, Mrs. Lee Struthers, . J spent .Friday at Fort Dodge, with «•,friends. I •:'; \. ,;> Mr. arid Mrs. Milo Renlz have •had a recent letter from their son Gary who is in the navy. He'was recently home on a.furlough and since then has been assigned to the USS General H. W. Butner the largest cruiser in the U. S. fleet. The cruise will take him to Guam, Manila, and thence to points in China. Gary has taken up painting as a trade. William .Gouge, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Gouge^ and Bob Kiley of Burt, are also on this ship. Delford Johnson, who enlisted at the same time, is still at San Diego, Calif., and his plans are uncertain. 'It is possible he ma.y be sent to a trade school in Tennessee. Ila May Johnson, former clerk at the James drug store, 'has accepted a position at the Dermand Ice Cream Villa which opened recently. • B. P. Richardson has had as guest the past week his brother- in-law, Jake Orcutt of near Clear Lake. About June 1 Mr, Richardson and C. A. Spencer, of Milwaukee, Wis., are going to northern Minnesota to enjoy some fishing. Mr. Spencer is a mail clerk who started on the railroad at the same time Mr. Richardson began' a number of years ago, Mr. Richardson has also Heen fishing at Mankato, Minn., recently, and . was accompanied by Ed Houeh. They report a very good catch, . mr. ana Mrs. Frank Huxtable went to Atlantic and remained till Monday night with Mr, and Mrs, John Bengard; sister and < brother-in-law of Mrs, Huxtable. Joe Lynch Jr., accompanied by- Burns Nugent, son of Dr. and i, Mrs, Lee Nugent of Burbank, Calif., came from ,Iowa City, Friday, where both are students at the state university, After a week here,at the parental Joe Lynch Sr. home they will return to school to resume studies at the summer session. Jack Dolan, cousin of Joe Jr,, came from Kansas City, MP-, for the weekend- "Tommy" Lynch, a daughter of the Lynchs Sr,, is. expected early in the week from Iowa City where she is also a student at the state university,' '••:"•• _ Judef* Q. W, SHllman ahended a state Bar association meeting at Biouk City a few days last week. Mr, and Mrs, torn Bams are moving to Mitchell, S, D., within the week where Mr. BrUns will be manager of a bbttled gas bulk plant. They have been living in tne Moulton apartments on east North street and their rooms will be' dceupied by 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harks, who came here from San Francisco, Calif, Mr. Harks is vice president of the Jos. Wefdefthoif Co. Mr 1 , ahd ;Mrs. W. g. Nugent 6f Des Mpines, spent Sunday . and Monday With Mrs. Frank Dinglev and .Helen, mother and sister of Mrs. Nugent. the Rath packing plant at Water- employed as a Stenographer al the Ratli packing p*lat at Waterloo; came Saturday and remained till Monday evening with her mother Mrs. Edna Mitchell Mrs. D. D. Greer and liille daughter Ann who have been at the parental C. W. Morck home the past week, left SatufdaV for their home at Minneapolis, Minn. . Dr, and Mrs. L, R. Potter, Mr. and Mrs, James Potter, Mrs. C. A. Creel, and Don. Potter spent the Memorial weekend at Schaller with Mr. and Mrs. Don Mc- iDonough, daughter and son-in- law of the Dr. Potters. Mr. and'Mrs. C. U. Pollard'and Claudia left Friday afternoon for Julesburg, =Colo., to visit Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hedlund, sjster ahd brother-in-law of Mrs. P.oilard. They will be met there '•• by the Pollard's son George ; who vhar,. been attending the state'college! at Terripe, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs.' Pollard and George' will return home Monday, but Claudia plans' to remain there'a month, V Mr. and Mrs. Roger Phillips have as guest their daughter Mrs. Glen Fredericksen and her baby, Who formerly lived at Ottumwa. Mr. Fredericksen, who drives a Greyhound bus, was transferred to Des Moines and since it has been impossible to find an apart- /s A/ow A/t/fse Graduate Your Support Vote in the Primary Election Monday, June 7 Will be sincerely appreciate!^ L S. (Duke) KINSE Candidate for the Pemocratic t Nomination for SHERIFF * <ri of Kossuth CJounty / t • ' Veteran of World War f with foreign .service, Drusilla Hansen, p i cr i u r e d above, was graduated Monday. May 24, from St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, Mirtn. Miss Hansen is, an only child-of Mf; and Mrs. Gordon Hansen of Titonka. She was graduated from Buffalo- consolidated high school three years ago and in the'fall entered nurse training. Plans for the immediate future have not been completed, Drusilla is a granddaughter of Mrs. Nelsina^ptansen' of Titonka and of Mrs? Harry McElroy of Eagle Grove. ment, his wife is remaining here till a dwelling can beffound. Mrs Frederi'cksen visited her parents in-law/Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Fr°d- ericksert at Dallas Center a fetor days lasl^week. . Th^ ^lev. and Mrs. John Clyde have as guests-Eugene Clement, son of Mrs. Clyde, who. came> Fri~ : day from Fayette, where he .is a, student at the Upper Iowa college, and Mrs. E. B. Barrett, mother of Mrs. Clyde, who cam Saturday from Syracuse, N. Y for a ten day visit. Later othe relatives of Mrs. Clyo!e will conv from various points for a famil' reunion. Mrs. Clyde, Mrs. Barret , and Eugene Clements plan to gi to Fayette Wednesday to atteHctf commencement al the Fayette college, fti«nd« ef Mrs. H. E, Mergsfl will be glad to know she is re* covering very well from the recent eye surgery she had at Mih- neapolis, Minn. Mrs. Lloyd Prali arid children accompanied by Mrs. Ernest Aft- finson, went to Victor F"rida£, where Mrs. Pratt will remain till Wednesday with her parents Mr. flftd Mrs. F. M. Gahey. Mrs, Anfinson went as far as fama and will visit her parents, Mr, arid Mrs. Pelisek, former Algoniatts when Mr. Pelisek.was American express agent here. Lloyd Prati and firnesi AnfiM- son wont to West Union Friday where tliey attended funeral services for Alfred EVensoh, a cou- siri of Ernest. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pousch returned Thursday from Des Moines where Mr. PoUsch had received a routine check-up by a specialist who found him doing very well. Last summer he had major surgery.from which he was sufficiently recovered to resume his place on the high school faculty with the opening of school last fall. Mr, and Mrs. Pousch also visited the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Heeren, at Pella. Wonderful Ballerinas White Leather to mdteh every mood! Nothin' could be finer . . . than these cute ballerinas worn with crisp summer » cottonsl Sizes 4 to 9. Gold Mesh Cloth Ballerinas at $4.99 Tuesday, June 1, 1948 Save in Our SUMMER Valtte-Fest Everyone Worth Far More Than ... SO COOL! SO DRESSY! You'll Be So Right In White Delightful summer-minded favorites for a light-and- airy season; Magnificently correct for important moments aTl around the clock. AAAA to B in sizes to 10. '95 Others From $5.95 WARNING! V v -• *$?«*.- Den't sprgji your «ot« jv4t yet while light green pot?h|f are still in tht ^iti fcr y«w might retard them fifteen to twenty days, See ui for «bemieg| fupplies end sprey , parts, . v^ ' ; kr v- fl^Fl^ "W.* ENJOY'YOUR HOLIDAY AND ENTIRE SUMMER IN The Right at S & L styles are the season's smartest selec- tions-owide and varied and prices are sur-' prisingly low . , , Narrow, medium, and wide widths in sizes to 10. , ', , $ 2.99 ' ~t < UNENS BEMBERGS FRENCH CREPES "' Many styles and fabrics to select from in all the latest fashions .... flare skirts, 1 or 2-pe. styles. Youthful styles for everyone. All sizes. SUITS FOR WQM€N r MISSES AND GIRLS Women's Satin Lastex Smooth sleek suits in 1 or 2-pc. styles. Does wonders for your figure. Others at j? g*j* 2.98 and 3.95.___ 3.73 Girl's, Satin Lastex Perfect fitting suits for active girls in the 7-14 size range, ift Cute suits. £• GIRLS' RAYON KNIT SUITS, 3 to 6A V sa Men V Sport Skirls •m^ White Plastic Handbags $1.98 Gleaming, cool, easy-lo-" care-for! . Calf, pique, ori patent finish. Zipper tops. Pouch and shoulder styles. Step along the pMK |o'fu» and »d* venture in any one pair of these smart and s oh-h how corfllortftbl* gay shoes, Swedettes, em>9*»M pythons, rage m geld kid finish. 1 ( ' * , t Genuine A%j OTlil WAY SHOE RANGE DOWNWARD IN N »W?f «f |l*¥t fsft tllf. flriJi cna ail p>pi> '•_ ^ rt ^-^& ^ **- 5-^W^j *— S,SQ W~ \3>%? -fe*i^*V«** V**> ^ I 1 •^H^Vi' Rayon fugj or gabardine 4.65 Neatly tailored, washable and full cut for comfort and long wear. Wide variety of colors. Long sleeves. Men's Tropical Trousers $4.59 Cool, light weight, shape-retaining. Part wool tropical worst* ed trousers, Pleats and zippers, Tan and brown. Size; 29-40. Men's Poplin Jackets $3.?f Brassieres Fine quality cotton or lustrous satin. Figure molding. Sizes 32 to 38. - ,"^WA^S7»VT?r' «mpp^-,H v »fenipf flit-,;- '„':} 5ft P51

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