The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1948 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 22, 1948
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u vw Mr. and MrS, K. ID. Lent had as Mi weekend guests, Mr. arid -Mrir Oscar Thompson of Molme, f/ and Mrs. J. L. MiSbath i, spent last weekend in. DOS Mblhfes wilh Mr. and Mrs.'C. R. Beitftett, former Algonians. « i Rev. Luther Loosch was ac- comtidnied by his Wife and son ri.'Rohnie to Forest City, Friday^ i "where he transacted business,, . [« Mt. and Mr*. Gatna AcKerman Ifiare-parents of a daughter, Arlys !; Marie, born June 13 at the Kos* rj.suth hospital. They have arioth* er daughter Judy, age two 1 . , Mr. and Mrs, Leon Martin and Mittlc son left Saturday for Cresco to visit Mrs. Martin's . parents, ),Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Deane. Mrs, Martin will remain there for a f , week. Ml- .— r. „ , , , . , ,- ,, . ,' 1-.. ; ,-;•,; Mrs. Allen Sltck&rs and ft are visiting her mother/ (3eorge Ardapple 04 Morrison, 111. Mr. and Mrs. William Vtodrte ^returned Monday, June 14; frdfh Topeka, Kans., where they- had visited, their daughter and son- in-law. Chaplain and Mrs. Harold Wilkie. Mr, and Mrs, Herman 'Maahs awd Helen enjoyed a picnic dinner last week Sunday at Em- metsbUrg with Mr. and Mrs. John 'Maahs, brother and sister-in-law tof Herman. Marshall Lewis came home Tuesday ; from Omaha, Neb., \vhere he has completed a in' railroad telegraphy. He will eld 1 Sortie work at the Milwaukee depot and it is. possjble. he .will be sent to another location in the near future. ;,* « Tuestldy-Wednesday, June 22-23 JOAN BENNETT in "THE SECRET BEYOND THE DOOR' Sunday - Monday • Tuesday - Wednesday, /• * JuiW 271-28-29-30 Claude Wntle, while lifting seme furniture last Week Tues* day, at a Loren Browns court apartment, broke a couple 01 ribs, He was unable to resume work for several days, Mrs. L. Ai Matefn accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ben Studer of Wesley to Excelsior, Minn., to attend funeral' services last week Tuesday for E. A. Studer, brother-in- law of Mrs. Materh. . Mr. and Mrs, Archie McDanel and the letter's sister aftd broth- er'in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bert W-atkins of Ames, returned last week from a fishing tiap at Long Lake, Minn. They were gone a week. Stanley Keith and his son Bob of" Grand 'Junction, Colo., left Friday for Fremont, Neb., where Stanley will lookJoVer some business projects. They had beett visiting at the L. W. Keiths, parents of Stanley. Mrs. Dexter Stein and little daughter Ann Marie of Sioux City arrived Thursday and are visiting at the home of the former's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moe. Mrs. Stein is" the former Jane Moe. Peter, 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Langmack, lost his balance and fell off the porch at his home one day last week, breaking his left wrist. He is getting along nicely and the worst discomfort has been passed. 1 L. J. Doyle" Came from T Wagner, S. D., to take home his wife and little sons Clifford-and Michael Bergstresser, who had been 'mm DUNNE BARBARA BEL GEDDES OSCAR HOMOIKA PHILIP DORN EDGAR BERGEN RUOVVAUEE spending^ the last three weeks with their grandparents., Mr. 'and Mrs; Lr-A. Matern. Mrs. DOyle had .been here : a week. • Dennis Ma honey, whose home is at Willmar, Minn., came Friday to visit over the weekend with^'his brothers and sisters-in. law. Mr; and Mrs. John Mahoney and Mri and Mrs. George Ma- honev. 'He travels for?the Rock Ranids Farm Seal company. Mary Helen McEnroe is ex- nected from Los Angeles^ Calif., the last .of the week :ahd ..Will soend six weeks, with h'e'r father, Frank McEnroe and,.the aunts, Mrs. Katherine McEnroe, Helen and Julia, and "sister fieUy Ann. She the Los Angeles schools. ' Grece and Maude Mclnlire of Riverside, 111., came Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Misbach and Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Mis- 'bach. They are aunts of the men. Both were teachers and were retired a few years ago. Grace taught in the Algona schools several years ago. Mrs. W. S. Bennett, the former Marjorie Mitchell, daughter of Mrs. Edna Mitchell, arrived Monday from Los Angeles. Calif.,, and will remain here till July:l. She will''also visit her • 'sister'.Donna Jean at Waterloo, and-her brother and sister-in-law Mvi and Mrs. Willard Mitchell, Ames. : ' A. F. Jasperson and daughter -Karen came Monday from Glen- M <dale, Calif.',.-arid'will 'visit-'lowa relative's a month. While here they will be guests of Dr. MrsA Harr^., McCorkle, -sistei [brother-in-law of Mr. : ~- Jasp,e.rsoh. ?TKey : 'Will "also' visiif Mr/'Ja'sper- son's parents at Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders are here visiting at the home of the latter's son, Francis Nelson, and family, Mr. Sanders, who was stationed at the Algona P. O. W. camp during the war, retired from the army about a, year ago after 30 years service. He has recently_ been attending an up- Jholstery school in Chicago. ) Mr. and Mrs. Don Orton are ^parents of a daughter born June :11 at London, Eng., where Mrs. Orton has been visiting he'r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Osborn, the past few months. The child has been named' Connie.. There is another child, "Michael, aged three. Mrs. Orton will r.eturn home as soon as'a'passport is issued. Becausofrof her not:having naturalization papers completed, there has. been some ..delay. Mrs. John E. McEnroe returned from Chicago, .Friday morning, where she attended commencement exercises on'Wednesday at Northwestern ^university. . Her daughter Patricia, candidate for a master's degree, was one «f the graduates. • The exercises were held out-of-doors. While in Chicago Mrs. McEnroe also attended baccalaureate services which were followed by a faculty reception. Mrs; Ida Mickerson had as itors, Friday, her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fern Huling of Britl. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith had as guests from Thursday until Monday, Mary Cullen, niece of Mrs. Streit and, Norma David' son of Fort Dodge. Captain and Mrs. Mel son of Norfolk, Va., are parents of a daughter born June 18. She- is a granddaughter of Mr. an'd Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and Mrs. Viva Peterson. Mr", and Mrs. C. 'W, r __... went 10 Humboldt,Stlnd'fiV^tOAt- tend ' the marriage of Patricia Hull, daughter, of Harry HulA. former AlRoniriri, when he was bank receiver horn. ,*<;' Mrs. Louis Reding and her : sis» ler, Mrs. Earl Ellsworth of Em< metsburg spent Friclnv at podge with friends. Mrs. is on vacation'"from her the Iowa Sta(e ; '.bank. Mr. and Mrs. F-rank Mitiliedef are parents of a daughter, Nova Joy, born June 1 at the Kossuth hospital. There are tv/o other children in the fnmily, a son Dean and a daughter La Donna. Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Miller and daughter returned Sunday evening from a vyeek at Mapleton and Owatonna, in southern Minnesota, and fro*m attendance at the wedding of a relative held Sunday at Wascca. Alia Albright came from Oak Park, 111., Wednesday to care for her mother, Mrs. Anna Albright, at the home of Mrs. Eva Mittag, another bright, .through the wcnk, daughter and will of Mrs;...Al- remain there Men on the ciiy streets force directed by Jesse Lashbrook are widening the corn at W. Nebr. and Thorington streets. When the job is finished another ^traffic hazard in the down will b c eliminated. Rosanne Reding, daucjhler of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ut, and Mrs. J. J. LyrtCh left iUfiday on a two weeks vaea* i to the Pas, Canada. Mr, and Mrs, Bbb McCullough had,«s guests recently Mrs/Charles Michaelson, of Cori-ectiOnville. mtithe of Mrs. McCullough, and Mrs. Fred Ford, of Ida Grove, an adftl. Mrs. McCullough and Bruce returned with them to Correction- Vine Cartel were brought home last Monday by Mr. McCul- AYii . UJ 1U -4.VJ I O, J, t\J 1.1.1.-) .1 V^V.1 I'slfcfl 1" (. gan work at the telephone onicfe las^weck Monday. She has' 1 , been attending 1 the State university'at Iowa City and plans to enroll there again in the fail. Mr. and Mrs. Cari Vigdal, accompanied by Mrs. Mamie Stein- lough. *Mf. and Mrs. Omar McMahon had as guests .Sunday,. Mr. and Mrs 1 . Elinor Peter, Of LuVerene, attd Mrs. Lydia Wt*tizel, of Lone R6ck. The women are sister and mother respectively of Mrs. McMahon. Mr. Welzel brought home the McMahons' daughter Judy Wh6 had been visiting there a fe'W days. , Joe Lynch Jr., Who is attending summer school at;the Iowa University at Iowa ; ',City, spent the Weekend with m§>p°arents, "Tommy," a duught^ibf? the Lynchs', left Monday ffft'ljenver, Colo., to Visit her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mahoney. She-Will bc gone for an indefinite length of time. Mrs. Ralph Menzel, the fofmeJ 1 Vesta Weaver, arrived Wednesday -to spend the rernaineder of the month with her parents, Mr. and.Mrs. M. P. Weaver. She came at* this time to be present at the wedding of her nephew Mart Schemel and Donna Deen, daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Deen of Milford, on June 23. The W. A. Fosters and Wfisley Bartletts spent Sunday in Arlington, where they attended a family reunion of the Foster" family. .The. five Foster brothers, with their, families, were all in attendance. Tho other; four are Allen of Arlington, John of Dubuque, Arch: of Webster City, and Dr. J. W; Foster of Ankeny. , -S<Jt. end Mrs. John Hammonds ' werb dinner '^guffHs Tuesday at 'the Hans Pi'esth'us home. Mar- 'gat'et Presthus'. Sjnd Mrs. Ham- nlonds were!rbc|tTiinates while attending nurses training at Sioux City. The Hammonds were en route from visiting her folks at Parker, S. D., to San Antonio, Texas, where he is stationed. Pfed Shilts v/eftt to and brought his wife home last week Monday following her RO- journ there with her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Chiphian. Mrs. Ghipmart had spent the winter here an'd was taken home a few weeks ago by Mrs. Shilts, who remained to assist in getting her home ready for reoccupancy, as well as for a visit. Bleanftr fcahm, employed atlfte O. k. Rubber Welders, left Sunday for Richland, Wash., to remain permanently. She has been West before, and likes it Ihere. She was formerly cashier at the bank of St. Benedict and while there she had the unusual experience of being at work when armed bandits entered and looted the bank at two different times. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Corey of Des Moines were visitors Thursday and Friday at the h.-.rnc.s til 1 their sisters-in-law Mrs. Marie Run?, and Mrs. F. A. Corey. Tho.. were nnroute to northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. They plan to visit Mr. Corey's brother:-:. Byron, at Herman, Minn., and Charley at Pierre. S. D.) before returning to Des Moines. The Corey men lived in the Wesley neighborhood in their youth. Mrs. Arlo Woods returned las! week from Boone. whore S!K- spent six weeks with her sister, Mrs. James Wallace during a Tuesday, June Uppef Ds* rr • final critical illness. Mrs, Wallace succumbed to peritonitis taut doctors failed to determine the cause of it. Four specialists were called in consultation and every possible- -trMtmieni given her. Mrs. Wallace, " Mrs. Wood?' Only ^8JfeP. survivors are lyir; her parents. man, went Wednesday. to Austin, Minn., The Vigdals visited the former's sister, Mrs. Anna Miller, and Mrs. Steinman visited her daughter, Mrs. Parr. Lucia Wallace has gone io Mason City to visit a month with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Chapin and other relatives. Much of the time will be spent at Clear Lake, where the Chapins have a cottage. • ,,!,, Patricia McEnroe of Chicago spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs,. JohnrJE.- McEnroe. She returned to Chi-'. cago, Monday, where She '.holds,! a "position as musical program ar*ranger and staff 'pianist •• at radio station WNMP. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pruyn and. Susan spent -Saturday and Sunday -at the Okobojis with •• -Mr. and? 'Mrs-." Gertie Mifrtagh. ."Wtte Pruyns returned home to Des Moines; Monday, taking the Mur- taghs'. daughter Judy with them for a ;visit of several days. •• ir* Mrs. H. L. Palion, daughler.'.of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson, joined her husband at Rangely, Colo., a' short time ago. , Since then, rMs. ; Nelson has bee'n' accompanying her husband on his,route, spending last \yeek in ri'orthwest Iow,a and leaving again Monday*. .for various points in west Iowa. : ; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norton, accompanied by 'Mrs. Raymond Norton, went to Marshalltown, Friday, to attend final rites for Herbert Downing, uncle of Mrs. Richard Norton. She and the children will remain in Marshall- townj till Sunday, at which time her husband will drive there to bring, her home. Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk are moving July 1 into the former .Herbst house on North Thorington street which has been occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison. The -Hutchisons are moving Uo Tucson, Ariz., for the ben- .efit- of the health of their daughter 'Joan, who is improving a little .from arthritis. Mr. •, Hutchison will retUrn here at inter keep in touch with his b The Kirks plan to remain house until .completion ot home they are building Tuesday - Wednesday, June 22-23 Roddy McDowey in 'ROCKY" ill CALL TH YHE BATTLIE OFTHE COWBOYS STARTS THURSDAY * * 'Thursday - Friday -'Saturday, Added Serial gf Canadian Mounted" Sun. - Mcnes.. Wed. June 27-28-29-30 ii Co-Hit—Smiley Biirnette in PHANTOM ' VALLEY" s; • Fri. - Sat., ''•*[i*3une&2&$6''-' PACKID wrtHmADmwRtor m. HOKTHIKH I Fireproof Asbestos-Cement Siding • Keduces Upkeep Costs • Cuts Down Fuel Costs • .Beautifies Economically For Free Estimate on a Complete Job See AClERlAI' Roofing and Insulation Co. ' ! Phone 32 Algona, la. Box 21 I'll show i/<m how to farm faster . . . and better, too ... if you'll let me demonstrate a new Ford Tractor right on your farm. I'll prove that, with a Ford Tractor, you can keep gaining on your work instead of getting behind. You have no idea how much time you save with Hydraulic Touch Control of implements, new, faster 4-speed transmission and a lot of other advantages this new Ford Tractor has. And, my service is the best. So how about telling me to bring out a Tractor and put on a demonstration? There's no obligation. So. Phillips On 169 BOB MUNGER Phone 1025W Algona, Iowa CoHit U •-r? -i %> kl #'<' -••*.N <>.; 5 & Ti T & J&T # t-t I A ,:1 M Bright this way! Our shining ex\ ample of Sherbrooke's talent fo/ tailoring the sun-pr shpwer ; coat. A steady flow of rippling - f flares, trim belted sleeves ,,, , fnd <* ' > catch-all slash pockets! Qf gleam* •-"< ing Dovcelle,* a '^taneH^ rayon, • ' S %%

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