The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1948 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 15, 1948
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i MaVnii LOCALS Mr. and Mrs, CHeftn d*illy,Vef- non and Audrey, .returned, Sunday from a fishing trip to Kenora, Canada. They were gone a Week. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spllles and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anliker of West Bend left Sunday for Lake-O-the Woods in Canada for a week of fishing. Mf. and Mrs. D. H. Kaldor of Forgo, N. D., Were guests a few clays last week at the home of Mrs. Kaldor's sister, Mrs. Bud Barnard, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kphlhaas spent the weekend in Minneapolis with theii 1 daughter Anita. Their son, Philip, stayed With his aunt. Rose Scanlan, while they were gone. Mrs. Dennis Gahan and son Billy left Sunday for their home in Lincoln, Neb., after a week hero with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre. Mr. Gahan is attending the university at Lincoln. Ruth Harlan, employed at the Chrischillcs store, has been in Stoughton, Wis., the past ten days visiting her daughter, Hrs. Raymon Henry. She has been under a doctor's care and is there for a rest, hoping to be back the last of this week. Eleanor Rahm will leave June June 20 for Richland. Wash., where she will be employed in the Atomic plant. She was employed there during the war when tho plant wns owriect by Dupotit. Mrs. Wilbur Court- nev will take her place at O. K. Rubber Welders, where she has^ been employed the past year or two. Dr. L. W. Fox and son Bill arrived Inst Tuosdav from Tucson, Ari/.., for a ten-day visit in Algona. He recently sold his home here to W. M. Harks, vice-president and executive manager of the Weidcnhoff Co. The Foxes wen- accompanied by Ida Elbcrt, who makes her home with them, ;i"rl who is visiting local relatives. " . Tuwd'ay, Jurt« 1j, •• -' r*j? ,*• >' .(; ' ; •.**. wfo'jfjr*"" "> ," if Y~' iTX ' ,-j«iWc'-v- " ^ ty ^;, "*/»'*•*, U 'V '. • •' ) «l ' ' ., • , Nir. and Mrs. Karoid Luis have been visiting at the parental V. L. Guncler home. They have been at Ames, whore Mr. Ellis was a students at the Iowa State col- Ic-j'c. They are leaving this mid-week for Mexico, Maine, to spend Uhe sumrher With Mf. Ellis' parents. Mr, and Mrs. Thos H. Ellis. Harold will enroll at college In the fall, but possibly not at Arties. ; Mrs. James R«ld and her math* er. Mrs. E. J. Hodges of BartleS- ville, Okla., were guests several days last week at the home oi Ella Lewis while visiting ALgona friends. They had previously been in Wisconsin for about "a week and were accompanied there by Mr. Reid over the Memorial Day holiday. In Wisconsin they visited Mr. Reid's parents and Mrs. Hodges' childhood home, also In Milwaukee. Mr. and Mr*. L. A. Craig returned Monday from a two weeks vacation. At Lynch, Neb., they visited Mr. Craig's parents, Mi*, and Mrs. H. C. Craig, at Scribner, Neb., they visited Mrs. Craig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zieg, and at Omaha, Neb., they were guests of Mrs. Craig's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zieg. Mr. Craig is telegraph operator at the C. & N. W. railroad depot. At St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Sunday morning, June 6, baptismal rites were held for Dean Allen, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Buscher, who was born May 26. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Campney, Ruthven, relatives of Mrs*. Busch- rr. Father Bower officiated. A family dinner was given at the parental O. A. Campney home, Burl. The Buschers are parents of another son, Dennis John, two years of age. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp went to Postvillc, Friday, to attend final rites for William Meyer, 71, cousin of Mr. Klamp. The deceased was found unconscious on the paving, his team standing in a 'field nearby, and a wheel of his wagon broken off and lying near the edge of the paving. Upon regaining consciousness, Mr. Meyer had no recollection of what happened. He had not suffered a stroke and it was believed he was on the road to recovery when death occurred suddenly. Mrs. Nellie Rich is leaving Sunday, June 20, for Yakima, Wash., to visit her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward. She will be accompanied by her granddaughter Betty Drayton and Eleanor Rahm. Betty has been employed as book- keeper for the Post transfer and •Eleanttr has been • at the 0. K. Welding Shop. Betty plans to seek employment and Miss Rahm has a position awaiting her at the General Electric! Atomic plant. She is a daughter of Mrs. John Bierl, St. Benedict. Mrs. Raymond Lofall, accompanied by her, daughter, Mrs, Gene Chism ahd -Sort Bill of RoJfe, have gone to Brazil, Ind., thl former's home, following several weeks spent here with her sisters, Mrs. Celia Deal, Mrs. Paul Parkins, and Mrs. Dick Sorenson, and Mrs. Bob Simonsen, at Graettinger, where most of the time Was spent with her mother, Mrs. Elziabeth Morlan, who has been confined to bed several months. Mrs. Chism will remain at Brazil for a few weeks visit with her parents. Mrs. A. Hutchison arrived home Saturday from Chicago, where She spent most of the past year with her daughter, Mrs. Quincy Dritmmond and family. She was brought home by her son .T. C. Hutchison and her daughter Dorothy of Chicago. Theo and his two children, Sue and Tommy, spent a few days in 7-hicago with Dorothy and the Drummonds before returning. Dorothy will remain for a few weeks and Mrs. Alyda Allen will make her home with Mrs. Hutchson. 7 ntt . a white violet f/ress" Doris Doclson calls it "Daisy Chain".,. 'cause it's so wonderful for a pretty junior. In rayon * Style Talk , ••. . white, grey, lime, or.mauve. 9-15. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Douglas, Wnot, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. -,ou Douglas, Calgary, Can., left Monday after a visit since last Thursday as guests of the Wm. 3odcls Jr., and Mrs. Mamie Wincel. While here the group vis- tcd boyhood chums, and land marks of years ago, Will and Lou having attended a rural school together in Union township. Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. Winkel are,sisters. From Algona the group were to travel through some of the southern states and spend some time at Excelsior Springs Mo. Mrs. Alice Ditsworlh, accompanied by her son and daughter- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ditsworth of Ames and her daughter Mrs. Charles Lykins of Kalispell, .Mont., returned, home Thursday. 'Mrs. Lykins came from Kalispell a week ago and visited her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jackman at Ames. Latjr she and her mother visited friends in Des Homes and stopped at Ames to bring the Bob Ditsworths here with them. They will remain' till the beginning of summer school which Bob will attend. Mrs. "Lykins plans to make an extended Plum Creek Folks On Radio, 16th Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fe or, Plum Creek township will be interested in listening to an interview to be broadcast bv them toTiorrow, Wednesday June 10 at 12:50 noon over WNAX George B. German, farm reporter for the stnt'o'r was in A.!"O.'-n Friflav lo 303 Mr, a->d Mrs Feller. Miss Alma Rr-K';lfV ar compnnied him 'o lha farm fo- in- ti - oduct ; o-'s. Mrs. Feller rounty wo' h Farm Byogu Hi a i rim n v.-'ll be interviewed on th~ rnnl'h p-o- gram being carried out by lht-'o;- ganixation. Mr. Fuller, township chairman will be interviewed on the dra'n- age project that is b'jins worked out on his farm. Church Youth Rally Young people of Kossuih county churches held a 1 picnic sumxT and fire-side service at Call Park last Friday evening. The outing was sponsored by the Kossuih county Inter-Church Council. Rev. Robert Phillips of LuVerne was in charge of the program. A talk was given by Rev. Brand of Algona. Churches represented were Algona Methodist, -Algona Presbyterian, Burt Presbyterian, Good Hope Methodist, LuVerne Methodist, LuVerne Presbyterian, Rin;,'sted Presbyterian, titonka Methodist. Dedicate New Crucifix Group Whittemore—Daciica::o.i o. the crucifixion group placed by Si. Michael's parish at the Catlmiuj cemetery here took place Sunday morning at nine o'clock before 1> large crowd. At the altar was Father William Veil, who also said the second mass that Sun- clay at the new altar. This wa« the mass said at the cemetery, THE CAR OF THE YEAR will be at Kent Motor Co. AIGQNA, IOWA FRIDAY Be sure to see it! and in all Fleets .'|hi& set-Vice. Was ni'ost siteees&f ul, J The Pfds&fita'tltfft §l§l$ erated in collecting tftfs articles and in detofr&tiftg'the altars; altar boys Wetfe Beffft Os- jvald, Vernort ttiggiris,- .Icvald Hentges, and Elmet Stelef. Special candle holders hllotyfed the fljp'the Vf ehfht of lite fha'^ ahd Aftgelfeijs t Was 1 Sufjg by them AS ihfe Put smart Samsonite matched luggage in your family portrait ""Vacation 1948 Album photo of a smart familyf alj set for a wonderful siimmcr! That beautiful luggigc'is Samsort- itf. in Kawhidc finish (Dad's favorite). What you can I see in the picture . . .'rich, luxurious linings (Mother's choice) . . . polished brass streamlined locks and fittings . . . super-strength construction (Junior can't even scratch it). An3 when you see -these prices (a matched luggage set (or what you'd expect to p'ay for only one piece!) you'll know why this is America's most popular luggage. Samsonite Vanity O'Nite $17.50 Samson.'fe Ladies' O'Nite .'. $19.50 Samsonii-e Men's Overnight Cose....$17.50 Samsonitc Pullman $27.50 Samsonifc Armor Bound Wardrobe..$35.00* •Sitpcilme Sam.unite, Sumlinl Saimimlli- priri-. fil ICNH. All prices tiibjcct to existing Kit,.-. Strong Enough to Stand on Samsanlte Ladles' Wordrobs . . $23 AMI .'iClfJ tvOBlD Samsonife Men's Two-Suiter .. $23 Clothiers LKIJTHO) D-WILLIAMS COMPANY r ' - •*« ' ,, T'"«,V fV^' ?•'?,'•;'' 't'^^f^^A ' •' ' ,- : > - ' ';,">,' '-/^ '*'*'' v ^'.^'C Jfas Darf> FAVORITES for Dad's (NEXT SUNDAY) Dad's Famous Superba Summer; ..'' 1 , < ' • •», 'j Neckwetir Your eye won't have lo .tore over this swell- elegant Superba lie, collection long before you have Dad's lies picked oull'Big, bold,'splashy patterns .... smart colorful figures .''. . neat new stripes . ... and lots of plairt coiors and.comervalives if he's that kind of Dad! Remember,'» man always favors ties as gifts. /cycle Sheer Roy on FOR SIR-PASSING MOMENTS Every Sir will approve as ypu pass in this plaid and perfect Gay Gjbfon of -the tiny round collar, ball butt^s, puff sieves an^ iinpressed pleated skirt. Pink, green* or yellow with its own ing cummerbunds. 9 to }7, Junior si^e. i r • Ckrisckill es Dad's Sftirt ' '.•'•--.•:' '-•» ' ' Shirtcraft "Air- i ' * ' man" Cool Mesh Shirts Sparkling cool open < mesh weaves—in shirts tailored lo Shiricrafl's high dress shirt standards—so he can wear them for all occasions: It's a pre-war favorite back againl Tailored with regular collars.. Also "Airman" lustrous White Broadcloth Shirts. $3.75. Dad's Sport Shirt IUII Him McGregor's Imperi- v al Blazer Sport Shirt . Ask for this fine McGregor sport shirt in glowing solid colors and you have gift that is fit for the king Dad is! Long lUcyed, beautifiilly, tailored. Also in short sleeves at $3.95., And a HcU&pf His Other Favorites! Swank fie Pin *" i *** i — - - ,-^- r .Key Imperial OverqlU ' « Interwoven Sortjesocks 55c & ^Slciekool" Rayon Slask5,47,45 Up Jpntzen Swjm Trwnb ^.^ V™* Mnen Handktnhltfi^ * 1 /'

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