The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1948 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 15, 1948
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f funk- 6f HUmboldt Mf, and MH. nrtd son Wayne spent Wednesday at the parental Herman Punk fioMe. ' Mt, and MM. John ?«§Uies spent the weekend at t>6s Moirtes with the letter's parents', Mr, and Mrs. Charles Schweikei 1 . . . Mtl, Russall Crapiflf ftrtd HllU son Duane of Estherville spent a few days last week al the parental LeRoy Crapser home. Mt, and M«, Jot Ftaier hid Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oilman and daughter of Stuart as guests, Friday; Mrs. Oilman is d niece of Mrs. Fraser, ' .-, ,,'"•''.'. Mr, and MM. Alvin J6hns6n of Hardy are fraferits' of a sort borh last Week. Mrs. Johnson is the former Evelyn Klatt, bookkeeper at the Funk &t Deim plumbing shop. • Bill, son .of Mr, and Mrs. W. J, Fuller, came.' Wednesday from Ames, where he ;is a student at the, Iowa State college, He plans to obtain work. and remain here for' the summer. .*;.' Mr, and Mrs, Ray funk took *Mr daughter, Lois, and -Ursel .;;soholtes to v.Camp Hatitesa 'Boono, SiinSay. t& join a group '• of ' Campfir'e eirls vttio will be there a fortnight, • '''• The Bernard Bodes, who have a new house on So. Moore street, last week' built, ari outdoor f irc- place of cement and native stone. The Bodes hfive .two little boys, David and TLfirry; • Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ulrlch had us visitors Saturday, Mr. and Mrs,' Inefc' Halverson of, Armstrong. They were enroUte Jo Ames to spend the-, weekend with the .former's mother. • 'Shirley ' arid PIchard shipler left"' a few days ago' for a vacation with their aunt, Mrs. Sterling Johnson &nd family at Madison, Wls. : They, are ''children of •» Mr. 'and. Mrs'. '.Tim 'Shipler, Burt. : Mr. and •• Mrs.'. Del' . Leneagh, accomnanied b" the lattcr's sister, Mrs. Lorraine Dale, went to Ames Friday to brin? home the Leneagh son Larry, a student at the lows State college the past school year. Mrs. Ed Wolcoit has suffered rn acute attack of ulcers. The Wolcotts had planned on taking a two weeks' vacatoin trip to Yellowsto'ne National Park but because of her condition the trip had to be cancelled. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore nnrl Mr. and Mrs. Jon Lowe were to leave Mondayfor Tuesday on a fishing trip to Canada. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan left Monday and w.ill also go to Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ginaerich and family and Shirley Gingerich. sister of' Loster. who is here from Worthington, Minn., on an extendnd visit, were dinner guests last week Sunda;- of Mr. and . Mrs. Abraham Habeaer, uncle and aunt' of Mr. ' Gingerich, West ^Bend. . ,, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A; Geilenf eld, ''Sunday, were their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Donohue, James and David of Forest City.. Mrs. Don ohue and the boys remained for a longer visit, spending most of the week 'here. ; Harriet Simon and Ruby Daniels have written friends they were to spend this weekend with- Mr. and Mrs, Albert Simon on Catalina Island, off the coast of southern California. The women left on vacation a short time ago. Miss Simon does not plan to return here. •'•.'"•• Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gal- hraith had guests from Chicago, 111., last week Tuesday, -Mr; and Mr.s. Geoge Bergman and da'u'gh- . ter Mary Beth and Mr. and Mrs. . Alfred Olson, parents of Mrs. Bergman. The visitors, were en- route home from 'Alta, where : . they had attended a wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ferris had as last weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Ferris and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry King, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Johnson of Muscatine, and Ii-vin Ferris, with T.W. A. of Los Angeles, Calif. Norbert. Irvin, and Mrs, Johnson are brothers and sister of Gerald i Ferris. , Mr. and Mrs; D. A. Barnard left Sunday for a" two weeks -vacation and fishing trip. The son Darrel will spend his vacation with relatives at Fargo, N. D. While the Bernards are on vacation Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Severson are staying'at the; home with Lois, who is employed at the telephone office. Lenfti&f fifing!, lotmefly employed at MdrsrialUWalls, is a clerk at Sears m&il ofdef store. Mt. and Mtft. James Will spent Friday and Saturday'at Burlington Visiting Mr. and' 'Mrs. Gene Ross, former Algon&ris. ;" MH. flftymond Mdtlon and Mrs, Emily Spentef attended the funeral, Monday, in Estherville of Mrs. fiiiena Merron. Mf. and Mrs. James < Will, accompanied by Donald -Will spent last Tuesday and Wednesday in ChicaBd visiting' an.;£mnt, Mrs. Rose Will, " , '::,-.": Mr*., N*d Downing rif Marshalltown: came Thursday'to spend a few days'.'at the home .of her SpH-itt-iaw' and daughter) Mr. .and Mrs. Dick NoftbH. , ' ^ Mr. and Mrs. James Will and Donald Will spent SUnday and Monday at Sjbley visiting at the home qf Mr. arid MrS; Glenn Johnson and sons. ' ' Mrs, Irvin. fclheringion went to Storm Lakfe, Thursday, and remained over .night ,' With her daughter and sbn-in-l ! aW'i'Mr. and Mrs. Richard WhceloCk: \ Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Bleakley, GlcndiVe. Mont'., carrie Sunday ftnd! will • visit until'-thursday With Mrs, F, L. Tribon and Mr. and' Mrs, Otis Paddock. Mf, ahd Mrs. Jess Sedell of Pipestone visited last week from Wednesday until Friday 'morning at the home of their niece, Mrs. , Sam Medin ancl Mr. Medin. Patsy went to Paddock 'of Spirit Lake, Phoenix Monday, where she spent until Wednesday evening with Judy Chase of Hartley at the cottage of Judy's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase. Mrs. Helen Passmore, from the city clerk's office, and her son David and Genevieve Sterling from the Algona Newspaper office "left Friday for Idaho to spend a two weeks vacation. Mrs. Gene Hertz and children, Nancy, Tommy and Gene Jr. left last .evening, Monday, for a two weeks' visit at Glenwood with Mrs, Hertz's mother, Mrs. J. C. Bussanmas. Mr. Hertz drove to Glenwood with them. Mr, and Mrs. Wallace Evans and family of Crawfordsville came Saturday and visited until ^Monday at the homo of Mr. Evans' parents, DiVEi-A, Evans and Mrs. Evans. ..-Their .visit was timed so they could see Kathleen who is .hoiiiu .ortXy.-ica.liori. Recent guests' o'f' Mr. .and Mrs. George Yeoman were Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Allinson and daughter Joan of La Grange, 111. 'They also visited the vMei'yl and Ber- nnrd Yeoman families afid C. Pabors. Mrs. Allinsoft is a. tcr of Mrs. George Y6omafl. Mf. and Mrs. A, L flfhff son Darrly spent last week day at Ayrshire with Mr. Mrs. Harold Fisher, bfothef |« sister-in-law of A. L, Fisher. Darryl remained for a WlSR S visit and his parents went there SaturdaV to bring him home'. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bleich and their daughter Joan and Mrs. Sam Medin will leave this Week for Woman Lake, Minn., for two weeks fishing. Others trt the party will be the Ted NuwbaUefS and Jack Spies of Gilmore City ? T • • ? 7 GET THE ANSWER FRIDAY JUNE 18 Kent Motor Co. A160NA, IOWA . , MAKE HIS GIFT ,. FOR DAD! a Happy Father's Day ;.- . . and the Jesse Bedells of Pipestone. Eleanor Rahm and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ftistau were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Youngwirth of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Garmann of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm of St. Benedict, and the respective families, to Clear Lake, Minn., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dwenger, sister and brother-in-law of Eleanor and the other women. Gene Van Nest, age 1, of Sheffield returned to his home today after visiting here since Saturday with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Guderhm. Sunday he went on a fishing trip with them and came home'the champion with d string of five carp and a bullhead. Major ft6ber1 VaM N>ss of Washington, D. C., son of E. J. VanNess, has been ordered to Japan and expects to leave this week for Tokyo. Major VanNess had not been told how long he would be in Japan but expectations are that his family will join him there later on. , Mrs. Carl Callies of Titonka 'had business in Algona Friday. She brought her daughters Sharon, Shirley and Carol, Kenneth Tuesday, Jims IS, 1948 Krantz and Silly Arnesbur^, down for a swim at the muftU cipal pool, after which they all attended a youth meeting arid picnic supper at Call state park. Mr. and Mi's. Johfl Haye« ot Eldora are moving to Algona next week, and Mr. HayeS will go into the insurance business. At Eldora he was president of the Chamber of Commerce. He has bought the Sidney Wallbufg home at the corner of So. Moore and E. Kennedy streets and possession is to be given June 21. Hargreaves, MM aft&««». Hargreaves, afjd Mr. flnd., Ralph Elbert, , motMr/ and sister-in-law li ~--"* Mr. Harg^eayeS,, lasi,' Hargreaves spent -a part, ox* jr time at Whittemofe With- MW Hargreaves parents' Mr. |fta.M| Tom Carmody. f hfe tadM •»" most of the time With mS ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frafik.i beautiful S 8t L has a lavish selection of tie- beauties H E can • wear the year, around. TIEo HE'LL BE PROUD TO WEAR . . . vivid or soft-spolcen! Masculine ties in a wide choice oi patterns. OTHERS FROM 1.50 TO-$2; GIFTS thit will make Dad smile . . . PAJAMAS 4< h ' Striped or plain broadcloth oaiamas. Sizes B-CD. REGULARLY 3.95. $2,98 SHIRTS Fine, first quality shirts in white or splid colors; Short sleeved style. I ACT HAVI LAol 1IAX! 79c DRESS SPCKS Rayon Banner wrap clocked hall hose in white or dark shades. 45cpr. THE OLD FASHIONED BARGAIN SALE ... The Old Fashioned Bargain Sale in which everyone is saving! Come in and look for the "gold nugget" values. Every one means money in your pocket! • <.„* J •I SPECIAL PURCHASE Cool Rayon Summer Dresses ACTUAL 7.95 VALUES Washable pastels and smart dark prints for traveling. Linens, sheer bam- '* •' . bergs, striped rayons, luanas, and shan- /, tungs in fashion's lot- est styles. Sizes for everyone. A real "Good Old' Days" Price. MEN'S DRESS SHOES REGULARLY PRICED UP TO 6.95 Many assorted styles in broken sizes and A lots. Sizes for all, but not in every style!— TV MEN'S WORK SOCKS SAVE 15% Blue or brown mixture. Regularly 15c A pair. Long wearing and sturdy. T"prs. MEN'S CANVAS GLOVES Heavy! Sriug knit wrists. Buy Vi doz- MEN'S STRAW HATS Variety of styles and colors. Cool, light "9 Afj mesh and lightweight leghorn straws l»Tr>r Men's Bandana Handkerchiefs SAVE 15% Color fast and large size in red or .blue '.; . 3 for PLAY SHOES ACTUAL VALUES TO 4.99 Sandals . Sling . Anklets Red . Green . Cocoa. Yellow . Grey . Blue . Blacks Brown . Mulli MEN'S^PART WOOL GABARDINE SLACKS REGULARLY, 7.95 , Finely woven,,shape retaining in pleated, or conservative styles-fo| ,now and year around wear. V-, «•< • ' , " lW* <#'~ -•' 1? >^ wjft d ,. •- ra» Jw&V .& * • *i ••*? , g i ">• ' . ,.*£?, *'. ., A-..5,. -'V '*">•%/.'' "; ."VilH'^-!^--^ **>•*' t*^A?'i^*y&& ' 3 1 ' ., i- 'W, W v » "*%£\ -«& / P e ~4^ "t4 • '.If&iit ' '/!^i«lM> White Plastic Summer Bags SPECIAL PURCHASE Plastic patent, pique, or calf in shoulder or.pouch styles. Easy to care for ... cool tO T carry. ' _ , $i A OPAI RADrcAIKJI i ' » • i .c 'A A REAL BARGAIN! Eyelete ruffled, black, sanforized wide- ""-iB- Cft swing ballerina! Zipper placket, Sizes, 7-1 4 ••VT ' ' ' - "v ' FAMOUS BIRDSEf E/ 1 Long wearing, absorbent diapers. ,Packqges,of ope dozen 27x27. Another S & L Days of '49 value! , WOU'LL FIND A FINE , O.ECTION OF FATHER'S r^^o GIFTS AT REDUCED'PRICES DURING OtD FASHIONED ** BARGAIN DAYS AT S & L. BOYS SLACK SUITS REGULARLY 2.98 , ^ Sanfbriied poplin slack suits. Sizes 4-^Jnner outer shirt. 4-pocket slacks. Swell for*surnmerclress-wp. Blue or green. Mix 'em or match fl Aft 'em with other'outfits. sj fe WOMEN^S and GIRI/S CREW ANKLETS Rib-top in white gpy summefy colors,' Regularly, i 29c a pair. t \,; ; ,'. -/' ^ 4>9C Sizes 8 to i niA ' * * * " -'—*"' ors - " * * MESH PANEL IRREGULARS OF $1 VALUE Fine quality mesh tail* orec) curtains. Full 3 V6 ycirdi long, ' Hemmed encj hggcM, 27 green on R«g, fits Ttrry w Reg, 59c Perries A 8roo«lcloth Prints, 3 Reg, 33? eo, 190 Ib, Flour ioeb, b!sa<; j - • • * ,**-j > ' ^- . »t -

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