The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1946 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 15, 1946
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9» AMr»4Mf Klfo at ' Winter can. be iftin! Ask any of the youngsters pictured atoove who were making gooc , of the city skating rink, sponsored' by the Junior 'Chamber o Commerce, when the pictures were taken, „ In the group photo are Dolores Lane, Beverly Caughey, Harriet! AWftfe, Marilyn Peterson, Louis Maharas, Donald Dremmel; Jcrrj nellly, Jack Clapsaddle, Bob Barr, Merlin and Bob McDanel, Raj RdSSi Bill Bryant, Gordon-Brown and Jerry B. Anderson. The rink, open without charge to anyone, is the largest and best f ection of-.the state, nncf includes a warming house. It is lo- H at "the corner of Jerome'and Kennedy streets, on city owned 'property. Mrs. D. L. Cooper entertained the, ladies of her sewing club, Friday evening. Gouniy Agent' and Mrs.' A. L. Brown went to Emmetsburg, Tuesday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Pink of Ti- torfka were guests .at the Nels Jeh'fcQn home, Thursday. ^ts. Anna Nelson .hasi gone to SjfcUKjrjpn, Neb., for a visit with ^hcri daughter, Mrs. Kent. °*""'Ktr. ?nd Mrs. W. A. Knoll spent yfdftnesday in Lone Rock with •thef^son William and family. -Ifr^irs., M.'G. Bourne and chil- b'aulia ,and Barbara spent jrday' jn Mason City with p,ah :end' with ,her -parents, , ..jdsMrs. L. A, Matern.' Mrs. Harry McCorkle went to Clear Lake, Thursday, and re- mnined'.over night at the home of her'sister, Mrs. V. E. Young. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anliker enjoyed a visit Wednesday from Mr; and Mrs. Phil Fisher and Mrs. Ernie Zaugg of West Benc ,Pfc. William Proihman lef Saturday for Battle Creek, Mich and will report to Fort Custer t receive his discharge from th army. Warren Minard> son of Mr. ani Mrs. .Fay Minard,. arrived thi first iOfithe week, from San Diego where he has received his dis charge. Miss Marilyn Long, a steno grapher a.t the^P. W, Camp, has been ill with lonsilitis, but was able to resume her work'a few days ago. Mrs. Vi W. Kempley went to Rochester the first-of the week to go-through the clinic. She is ex- T pected home the latter part of the Week, . f Leanna, daughter, of Mr. and MrSr YernelJ. Ludwig, left Thursday fofr a week's visit with, her .grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig at'West Bend. ~ Mrs. Ben Hopkins was released from the Kossuth hospita^, Friday after *a''few weeks of'medical treatment. She is making/ her home in Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Halpin Jr, of Booije spent from Tuesday until Thursxlay.\a,t th& home of the former's- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom'Halpin Si", In honest; of her little son John's sixth birthday, Thursday, Mrs, W. J, HopdVentertained seven little- playmates, Lynch was served at the e^d of-the afternoon. — •- »(U ai w««a W went t»«M hospital, Monday, suf from lumtoago and _,^,, T _.\JaL trouble, She wss re. leased-thei first of- the week. ~ Roy H,, Knapp of Nevada in AJgona Friday and Satur- JooHing after the interests of H, Freemen, who-ia- |fl4 feejing very welj. .., . .,• "ff.)' Jo« Lyn?h' !»<> ..^rsday for- Norfolk, V*t< after spending a 30»4»y furlough with hif parents, Mr,, and Mrs, Joe L.J5}ch. r», .M«ry Arm«t^Kif or N. Dak,, is here IM- an . fid visit'with her son..in4a», Jayghter, M»% and Mrs. A'-'M, Pfc. James:Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter .Will, left Thursday morning for Greensboro, N. Car. after a 45-day furlough here. James is in the air corps>and expects to go overseas in the near future.. • •-•• Hugh Matern left Monday to report back to Norfolk, ,^(a., after a' furlough since the>; latter part of December which He spent with his parents. Mr. and ..Mrs. ;L. A. Matern. Herbert Mathes/S. 1-c.. of the cruiser "Miami" arrived* Sunday from San Pedro, Calif., orf a 30- day leave which he will spend with his parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Lyle Mathes. -' Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wilden .roturn6jdi?t:eeentljvMJ 5 om» a- trip 4o Denver, where,they visited Mrs. Wilden's sister and her huteband, Dr. and Mrs. C, E. Hagie, and other sisters at'Laramie, Wyo. Mrs, Alice Brayton. Mrs. Veronica Roethler and .Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler spent' Wednesday in,:Mas6n City visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ty; J. Peterson. Mrs. Peterson is' the former Mildred Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. W. .A. Dution spent .Tuesday . in Elmore with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Riqhter and family. Mrs. Riehter is the former Mary Adams who made her home with Mr. and Mrs. D.utton for many years. ^ ' • .ALGONA UPPER t)ES MOINES, .ALGONA IOWA. JPAGI Mr. and Mrs, D wight. Parsons of; Salem; Ore., and-MUs Phyllis Parsons went to Des 'Mbjries, Tuesday, where they visited with We. and Mrs. L. W. H&hn until Thursday. Mrs. Hahn is a sister off Dwight and Phyllis. Mrs, Thomas ttrusev the-former fietty Murtagh, went tor- Vinton, Saturday, for a visit with' the parents of her husband*. Mt> and Mrs. M. P. Kruse. She plans to be there about a fornight. Lieut, Kruse is stationed in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer 1 have received word from their son'.Norman Palmer, R 1-c; that he has reached . Bremerton, Wash,, and as soon as his ship-is cle-commissioned he will be in 'Algona for a 30-day leave with His parents, Mrs. C. A. Creel returned Friday from a visit with her Husband who is in the navy and who had received a leave at Los Angeles. During his absence Mrs. Creel' 1 and little son are making their home with, her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Lv.R. Potter; ' Mr, and, Mrs.. H. C. Anderson went Id Fort Dodge last Thursday where the latter visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. D. Steirier. Mr. Anderson; went on to Iowa Palls, to attend a sales meeting and the family returned home the following day. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mbrck Have received word that their son Sgt. Carl Bud Morck has reached New York and Will be in Camp Grant,: 111., in a few days, where he will receive his discharge. He will enter school after a few weeks here, with his parents. Mrs. Emil Woodford and sons Jim, Bob and Bill, came from Los Angeles prior to the holidays for a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Noland, When they returned to California, Mrs. Noland.'went back with them for an extended visit. Harvey Platt of* Njjosho, Mb., who h&i: been in 1)12 South Pacific and recently received his discharge, spent from Saturday until Wednesday with his brother, Howard Platt and family. He plans to go to work in Neosho, where his mother Mrs. George Platt is located. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Butts and children Phyllis and Gary eft Thursday for Des Moines af- er a visit of-seven days at the ionic of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jutts. Mr, and Mrs. Farrow of Cansas City have also been lere. Mrs. Farrow is a •• sister of Mrs. Herbert Butts. Mr. and Mrs. William Stewart to Kansas City Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley- Pruitt. Mr. Stewart was 'dis- ••harged from service a couple of iveeks ago-. .His wife is the foiv ner Marilyn Norman. Mrs. Pruitt s her sister, the former Dorothy Gorman. , ; , Friends of Mrs. Frank Osirum will-be glad to know: that she. is howing marked improvement ollowing major surgery several veeks ago at Rochester. During er convalescence, she is being ared for at .the home of, her son Edward and His wife. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Poole were ailed to Denver, Wednesday, by he illnes;) af their daughter Barara who is secretary of the re* Bbilitnlioii department of the .•my. Worri fi orn there the f owing day was that she was esting a little more comfortably, diagnosis; had been given at hat time. Roy Christensen went' to Mln- neapolis, Sunday, on a buying trip. Mrs. George-St, John wag hostess to the members of her sewing clb'b Tuesday afternoon (today). Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt went to Des Moines Wednesday on business for the Pratt Electric company. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ross visit' ed the former's mother Mrs. L. •El Ross in Sibley Wednesday and Thursday. '• Mr., and Mrs. Roger Satory. of Albert City were guests last week at the honin of Mr. antl Mrs. Leslie Ross. Mr, and Mrs. Irve Tbwnsend of Whittemorc spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. C, Scobeo. Tho ladies are sisters. Mr., and. Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and TedxVera Went to Des Moines for ai weekend visit, with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Halpin Jr. Mrs. W. V. Kempley went to Rochester this Week lor another check-up following a "sojourn there a few weeks ago. Mrs. Helen- Bentbn has been talcing: a much needed two weeks vacation; Her shop will be open again Monday, January 21. Bob Sigsbee, who is attending business school at Fort Dodge, spent', the weekend with, his patents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. Glenn Shore went id Slou* City, Saturday,, on business and also visited relatives and friends there. He returned home Monday. Mr. and M^. Mbrris Wilson and sons .-, Wayne and Howard of Liverrrtore ' spent • Sunday with Mrs. Wilson's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. John.Steil. Mr. and:'" Mrs, F. M, Sterling were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and'MfK^ H. Dreesman at Ti- Umkn. Mr» Dreesman is a cousin of Mrs,.,Sterling. Miss ipTftl; .Pollardy who is a stu> dont ntirSe-<)tt' Rochester, arrived the first'.'of 1: the -week for a three weeks vacation with her parents Mr. and-Mrs,, C.-U, Pollard. Mr, artdiMrs, Ben Terhune en- tertainedyat a family dinner, Sunday. ~; Guests' were Mr. and Mrs. Jbffn Rich, Mr. and Mrs. George Lee, and Mrs. Mary Johnson. The Ladies Council of the Pr*s- 'bytcrian>church will meet Thursday for •',{!• one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. William McKim is chairman with Mrs. • Charles Redemske as assistant: Bob Muckey, who has been in Shanghai, .China, and recently received his army discharge, Sat- ufday went > to Seltay, S< D., to join his wife. Later, the c&uplfe I his parents. Mr. and Mrsi Lie; will qome here for a visit with I'Muckey. f WANTED^- 2 Experienced Automotive Repair Mechanics, At Once. KOSSOTH MOTOR CO. Phone 200 Algona, Suits Seasoned; to Taste under your furs — to flaunt with a fur scarf later. Softly; tailored suits in a lightweight wool and gabardine — in colors and styles you'll adore. Arrow slim suit in lightweight wool. Man 'tailored four button suit in gabardine. WOMEN SAV, THANk YOU FOR HELPING US "~~ S \THRU THE TRYING WAR YEARS OUR REPLY.. r • \ •..'••.--.'• There were many days=when we found it difficult because of shortages of labor, material and supplies. Now that we have entered a new peace-time year, we are looking forwardiip a-future of greater accomplishment. WHEN 1UYIHG WASHABLE FABRICS LOOK fOMHIS.SEAl Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners East of Court-House Phone 267 America Enjoys the Best Laundry Service in< the World ' Sit by YOUR •>* It's Fun to Build a Snow Man Tha kiddies love to romp in the snow and build little snow men, but the y?caw enjoy this happy play even more in th§ proper clothes. We've got what they, need and' at pwjes you'll be amazed at—they're so low, Come in today and fill your. Kiddies! winter needs, All that*! left of their hearth and home is what you MC in this picture, Among, the thing* !they>de<pmtely need to •tin a new lift i» clothing, What can you ip»re AM thflr am W«M? Goal of 4« Victory Clothing Collection ii 100,000,000 gcrnwit*. plurjhoeratJd bedding; It your contribution «*mi negJigiWe, hew tb!< in mind; Kvtry gawttfi you siv* itn*»i $enibl» death, TPW tpare clothing di»ttibut«4 fr«% without disc? jrftinjf Jga IQ yjc,- timrofNtji and Jap oppre«Jon in E"fppe, the Pig Into your »ttici,tru>jk»iwsdc}pwtile% t » £ ^f- ^ ,- £. j . < •I S\ ^ T2. '•i£*M '^r Rfci

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