The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 2
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Up^er B« Tuesday, June 29, 1948 , t 41.1 Will X114O111IUAU dtlfitluGU fl i. district florists mooting at Ames, "" Thursday. W. M. Reinders spent a day at |*"SiouX City last week. He is dalesman for Swift & Company with headquarters there. Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Sawyer are vacationing in tho Pacific northwest. They had set no definite for their return homo. Mrs. Cora Martin is at 2 worth, III., visiting her brother , E, W. Bell and other relatives. t n She had gone to attend a family 2 reunion, and it is possible she • will visit relatives in Kentucky '. before returning home. j Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Rouze re- i turned last week from a vacation • of a week in Canada. They were ( accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. .Howard Corxine of Decatur, 111. *•• Mary Lou Santiberg, who is .taking nurses training at the "'University hospital. Iowa City, spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sancl- Maerg. Other guests were Mr. and - Mrs. M. Sandberg, Lake Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swartfager are moving to California, whore Mr. Swarlfagor will enter school at Arcadia. Ho has been employed with the Curtis Candy company. En route, they will visit Mrs. Swrirtl'agor's parents at Colorado Springs. They have boon occupying the Mrs. Nettie Fisher apartment. AMERICA'S OUTSTANDING POWER LAWN MOWER For smooth, effortless mowing, PINCOR has everything you've ever wanted in a Power Mower! * Four cycle V/ 2 H.P. engine— 20-inch cut 1 —hand adjusted •* cutting height y 2 " to 2y 2 "— all steel construction—built-in « sharpener — chain * wheel and reel drive — lifetime lubrication and \ many other fea- 1 tures. The Northside Hardware I»ir» and ****at WTS A wanauyii wore dinner ' guests Irfst week Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schaffor at Bancroft. Mrs. C. L. tngcrsbll returned Thursday from Cedar Rapids, where she had visited her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Terrvl Ingersoll. Mrs. Marie Peterson and ken- neth spent from Saturday-until Monday of last week at Boone and Sunday attended the wedding of Hubert Peter, nephew of Mrs. Peterson. Ted Herbs! returned home today after, spending a few days in Waterloo, where he played with the orchestra which was playing for the Horace Heidt show. Mrs. Charles R"osewall has had as visitor the past week her 1 dmigter Mrs. A. B. Counsel! of Decatur, 111., who was joined on Sunday by her husband and returned homo with him. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst visited in Mason City Sunday at the homo of Mrs. Carrie Taylor, mother of Mrs. Furst. Karen Lee Wooldridge, a niece, returned with them for a week's visit. , Friends of Georoe Hohn, former well known Algortian, will bo sorry to hear he is in a Minneapolis, Minn., hospital a second time, having had major sur- gerv there a few months ago. Mr. and Mrs. James Will spent the weekend at Hflyfield With Mr. Will's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stratton. Barbara Will who had spent the week there, returned home with them. Mi-, and Mrs. Vern Kohlhaas i and children Susan and Anne of, Washington, D. C., arrived Friday lor a visit and vacation. Vern is a- son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and is a partner in a Washington legal firm. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill loft Sunday for Hackensack, Minn., on a fishing trip until af- i tor the Fourth. They were accompanied by the lattor's brother, F. S. Giasscock, and son Bob, who came here Saturday to join thorn. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Vaughn left Sunday for Burke. S. D.,"to visit Mrs. Vaughn's mother Mrs. Anna Wiodeman and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wiedeman of Tacoma] Wash. During their absence Alice Ann and David will remain with Mrs. Clara Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Doherty and children Jimmy and Dannv of Villisca arrived Sunday to be tjuosts until Thursday at tho home of Mr. and Mrs! Dick Cowan. The Dohertys lived in Al- gonn about eight years ago Mr Doherty is with the Heinz 'CD. Gordon Schmidt, employed in the Iowa Unemployment office was operated on Friday at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines for an internal rupture which was thought to be an aftermath of an accident several weeks ago. His wife, who was in Des Moines with him at the time, was expected home Monday evening. Gordon will be in the hospital two weeks or more. Mrs. Lyle Runehey wenf 16 Dubuque last week to visit her parents for several' dflyl " - Agnes ft'ee telufrisd Wednesday ft> Bldomin'gtort,' m. v following a. few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. N. di Rice'. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meehan wcriJ oversight guosts'larft week Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moen at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Riddle re- turried last week from Manhattan Beach, Calif. They left here in November for the winter months in the west, Belty Donovan, daugh'ier. ot Mr. and Mrs/Ralph Donovan,'has as guest Barbara Keller of Santa Ana, Calif., who arrived last week Tuesday and will remain for most of the summer. • Harry Hargreaves 6f Omaha, Neb., Dr. E. B. Malhiason of Council Bluffs and Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Ball, Cedar Rapids, visited Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves and .other relatives here last week. J. Mr. and Mrs. William Rlnggen- berg and their daughter and son- in-lsw, Mr. .and Mrs. Duane Lighter, went to Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tuttle, parents of Mrs; Ringgenberg. Orval Hanegan, who leaches at Dickinson, N.D.; has been visiting his mother. Mrs. May Hanegan. He left Friday t6 join his wife at Huron, S. D., at tluvhome of her parents for a brief visit before returning homo. Weekend guesis of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Vipond were Mr. and Mrs Rudy Westland and Mr. and Mrs Ray Heinzer, and Richard, of So. ft- Paul, Minn. They attended the Potter family reunion Sunday at tho Cresco community hall. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Esser drove to Mason City, Sunday, to see Mrs. Lucille Kirkpatrick of Wesley, who is ill at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Kirkpatrick has been in a critical condition having developed peritonitis prior to surgery. Ruth Carlisle, Auburn, Washington, arrived in Whittemore last week to spend the summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Altred Carlisle. For the past two years Miss Carlisle has taught first grade in the school at Auburn. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Riter spent tho week at Havvarden with Mr and Mrs. J. P. Ritcr, parents of the former, and. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sidwell, parents of tho latter. They were accompanied home by Benita Sidwell, sister of Mrs Riter. „ Kathleen Evans, R. N., lefi Wednesday for Camp Mawavi at Tnanlc, Va., where she will be employed during summer months. Miss Evans had been home several weeks during which she cared for her father following surgery at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Wililam Turner had as guests from Friday till Monday, Margaret Turner and Belle Turner of Boone, sister and niece respectively of Mr. Turner. They- also visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reid, daughter and son-in- law, -of, tho Turners. • - . "' Mrs; ^ib* IRichardson, arid child*en" < accompanied Mrs. £ Bbb" l Wt-» Cullough and Bruce to 'Corrcc- tionville Thursday,, where Bruce will be left with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.-Charies ivnch- aelson, while his mdtna:- visits her sister and brother-in-law at Indianapolis, Ind. Keeping Our • • *L^ Service -R-G-E We are mokinc) it a major point to keep our stocks of furniture and home furnishings as large as possible for your convenience in making selections. We ore also keeping plenty of our friendly, helpful service in stock—that's something we can't wrap up, but you know it's here. We are always glad to show you around! Visit Us Now for Large and Complete Stocks of: Livingroom Furniture Bedroom Furniture Diningroom Furniture Kitchen Equipment Floor Coverings and Carpet Oilier Home Needs ESTABLISHED 1925 Mfs. Clauds §!i§ft last week from a visit rado Springs. Colo. Qeotgd Pairfief Werll Moffw ; M6rfa a f. fcstsf at the V^Wi-arts' rld'splttl Mr. arid Mfsi Mlfch Ta ite8 Mr, *ftn^ •MrS>9rtlr1 ter at Emmotsbtirg/Thtir'Saay, Mrs. Edna SrtiJth Had aS v!l ors, Saturdny. Mr. arid Mfsr-E mer Smith, Swea City. • - ,*. Mr. and Mrs. Keith ttowl sp^ntthr weekend Bt 'P with Mr.' nnd Mrs. S.' Sj Mr, and Mrs. P, L< ; and Mrs. P. C. Nicol"0f sneht Saturday With felatiyes Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J» P.'Sffilih hid as visitors n few 'day* last week Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mbwry- and Rox of Quinby. Leona Smith is confined id bed for a second time within rocent weeks with pneumonia. She'is gradually improving. > ' The Rev. t). M, Sim'psdft, \Mho hnd boen visiting tho Robert' RichaTdsons, returned to "his homp at Kenosha, Wis., Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendorff had as weekend guests Mr. attd Mrs. James P. Develan ot knoji- ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lynch, Des Moines. Mrs. A. F*. Thompson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Mel Thompson to Virginia, Minn., Saturday, where they were over-night guests of Mrs. T. Ellertson. Sid .Spear aecbmpanied Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wickey to Chicago, 111., Saturday and will spend several days with Mr. arid Mrs. H. L. Bartels and Mr. and Mrs H. G. Bartels. Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey were visited last week by 'Mr. and Mrs Archie Davidson, who were enroute from their home at Rockford, 111, to the Black Hills on a vacation trip. Mr. and Mrs. Loren ' Couriney returned Friday from '^honeymoon trip to Minneapolis'. Minn., Chicago, 111., and points'in Wisconsin. They are at home in a house on Diagonal street. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Slagleand Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith' have had as guests Mrs. Lawrence Smith and Allen of Lebannon, Ind. Mrs. Virgil Smith took them back by motor, leaving Saturday morning. Ruth Black has come from Rockford. 111., to assist in the care of her mother, Mrs. Paul Black, • who suffered a recent heart attack. Though still confined to bed, Mrs. Black is improving. , '^ >*'"" j VT'''"'1 .:••' ! ,L-V ,'Hi»iUW!f l .Jhd: Shafd« f frtfhr SaWM lW ith her ilaw. Mr.' &t Rock p, «r Mr. and Mrs. Lftlgttm Mlsfaaefr left this morning for Mi&bttrl'tfr spend a couple of Weeks. They plan to Spend part of the time in "-- -"-'^"eosho f Mov - Kennedy of fu __.i< sh6 wfls on ~. t Ji Cotlge to Visit d 1/MrS. MiHnie Samuel- the .. Mrs. tonka Mondn. her wa daugh son. Having, concluded a three monthslyisit hero'with Her parents, M^' and Mrs. W. Q, McCullough, Mi's. Linn Mills returned Wednesday 1 to her home at Med- Mr, and Mrs/ Virgil Shaekel- ford and family apehf'last Slfnflai' at Corwith with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevens.' Last Monday the Shackelfords had as guests Mr. artd Mrs. -Carl Fank, of Em- mctsburg, Andersons accom Roy Andersons, . ^ , .„ Des Moines last week Sunday. to see' the "Freedom Train". Homer went to Des Moines again Saturday to transact business. W. H. Sharp went to Rochester, Minn., 'to see his wife, who had recent surgery at the Kahler hospital. Margery Paxtqn, sister of Mrs. Sharp, has been with her and the two planned to come home Monday. Mr. ah\d Mrs. Gene Hood re- The Home* panicd the Plymouth, to torteC! day" flltU! BeSotf m> |f SiSsV- P. W»|| iSrief* iientefVll MA *" •* V/I4I Vuil^l^ liCil V lil\Si iJt n.^They will leave Tommy here With MM. Hilda -Gronwall afld Mrs. Keith Rowley while they vacation in northern Mlhhesota, Mr; and Mfs. BofcfLaBffffe tre moving this Week „ to the late Mrs. .Anna" Bowman house on Sbuth Jofles Street which they purchased ' dhd rorridd'eled, Mr. and Mrs. Gall-Ha^sS afe 'moving Irito tho house the"LaBarres are vacating. ' " > \ Mrs. William Hegel, the for-' trier Dorothy Scllstrom bf Pennsylvania, colled on friends here last week. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, R. Scllstrom, live at Rockwell City and Mrs.' Nagel had been Were while Her mother had undergone surgery. i Mr. attd Mrs. W. J, Payne have as guests their daughter and sofv lfl-law,"Mr. and'Mrs. James Bovd and Billie, Gardens, Calif, Mr< Boyd, city mail carrier, has a vacation of a month and most of it will be spent here with the Paynes and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tuttle and Richard went to Dos Moines last week to sae the Freedom Train. They were guests of • Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tuttlc. Sunday night -they were at Perry over night with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell and returned home Monday. 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