The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1946 · Page 3
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^ALGONA UPPER DES MOlNES, ALGONA IOWA. J»AGE ATTENTION! We ace especially prepared to give service on DESOTO PLYMOUTH CHEVROLET OLDS MOBILE LASTING LUBRICATION WILLARD BATTERIES Hoenk Motor Service Phone 391 West of Court House END of SEASON Hundreds of Ready-to-Wear Items at Savings Up to 50% and More. | You'll Find It On the Balcony We arc using the balcony this year for our semiannual clean-up. There you will find lots of bar; gains; priced fvery. lo\V, and :all* arranged for convenient, easy'shopping. ':•:*•" HOSE, MITTENS, PANTIES, COLLARS Assorted. Choice 29c TABLE BAGS, NECKWEAR, COMEACTSi TEE .:....• JA'^ SHIRTS, BED SOX, SEWING KITS, 4SJC v SCARFS, APRONS TABLE CHILDREN'S DRESSES, CHILDREN'S . AQ A SWEATERS, DICKEYS, GIRDLES, llOC HAND BAGS TABLE WOOL SKIRTS, BLOUSES, Af A J SWEATERS, SNOW PANTS, JERKINS, OI ill 1 HANDBAGS TABLE ALL WOOL SWEATERS, POCKET , BOOKS, LADIES SKI TROUSERS, JERKINS •,'••/• TABLE CHILDREN'S SNOW SUITS r-~ COAT SETS WARM GARMENTS Sizes to 8 for children Ladies' DRESSES— *••',-''. In most all sizes, on the balcony, Also jumpers.,....,..,..,.'..;...,,..-...,...,,,,. ' $400 Fpr ladies and children, \ On the children, wtar for ladies «nd AND UP AND :UP- E?CTRA Ladies good quaU(y cloth, fwr trmwied and f ur cpats at clearanQe sale prices. 4M '' ' SHOWER, ST. JOE, FOR BRIDE-TO-BE •St. Joe:" A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday, Feb. 1.0 at the St. Joseph's hall for Eleanor fiormann, Who will be married Tuesday, Feb. 19, to Albert Thilges at St. Joe. Bridge and 500 were enjoyed by the guests. In bridge high score went to Mrs, John Weydert and Mrs. Peter Becker won the "500" prize. Lavira Bordwell received the door prize. The bride-to-be received many beautiful gifts,, Marriage Banns , Banns of marriage were published Sunday by Rev. Father Geo. J. Theobald in St. Joseph's church for Walter Frcilinger, oldest son of Mr. and Mi's. John Freilinger, and Irene .Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wagner, West Bend. The wedding will be Feb. 26 at West Bend. Relatives and friends have received invitations for a shower for Mildred Lentsch in Algona, Wednesday afternoon, She will become the bride of Mclvin Thilges of West Bend on Feb. 20. Mrs. Clarence -Bormann is caring for her mother, Mrs. Charles Kollasch, Whitternore. Mrs. Kollasch had the misfortune of falling on the ice and injuring her pelvic bone, •.;., ,.*,:.:. •• Mrs. John Reding, Chicago, 111., is visiting with relatives and, friends in the vicinity. NIP OF SPRING IN WEEK'S WEATHER Thawing weather, Sunday and Monday, brought a touch of spring to Kossuth county. It may be a bit early to talk about spring, but it is encouraging. The week's temperatures: Date High- Low Tuesday, Feb. 5 ...^.49 18 Wednesday, Feb. 8 __19 '. 10 Thursday, Feb. 7 32. 5 Friday, Feb. 8 29 14 Saturday, Feb 9 29 . 9 Sunday, Feb. .10 ......38 .',16 Monday, Feb.' 11 34-^ ; 13 During this period,s;-We'ath,er- rnan Harry Nolle reports, the highesfTemperature ever recorded was a 51 above, Feb. 11, 1931, and the lowest was minus 25, Feb. 5, 190.7. Report 4 Kossuth •:<. Men Coming Home Reporting that sompone in service is "on the way home" usually is about two weeks behind 'the activity, so we will not bo'surprised if •some^b't' the -men whose, names ' , Anyway,' .the public'' information services from' Pearl Harbor, report the following facts. • •. •Floyd F. Minard, Flc, son of Mrs. Pearl Minard, slated to reach Seattle,. Feb. '2, Harold Helmers, Sic, son of •Mrs. Henry Helmers, 821 Elm St., slated to arrive at Seattle, Feb. 2. .: Howard J. Dyer, Ledyard, to have arrived Feb. 3<at Seattle. He is in 'the army. James Dahlhauser, P.F. C., Whit. temore, to arrive in Seattle about Feb. 4. . We hope they're all home in time to read this! Girl For Broesders •Four Corners: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder are parents of a baby girl born at the McCreery hospital, Whitternore, Feb. 4. Mrs. Broesder and baby are ( being oared for at the Conrad Alig home. Bloom Hospitalized Joe Bloom, owner of the local Coast-to^Coast store, suffered a heart attack Friday,. J?eb. .8,. and was taken 'to the Kossuth hospital. He is recovering steadily, but needs quite a bit of rest. New Born Baby Dies Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Parsons were the parents of a prematurer ly born girl Feb., 2 at'their home in the northeast' part of town. The baby died three hours later in the morning, K, S. Cowan and Craig Smith went to Des Moines, Thursday, where they attertd6d, ! a builders convention and returned home Friday night. Jimmy, fpuisyear-old spn of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson, has been ill the past week and on the verge of pneumonia. He is -now recovering nicely. ; Mr, and Mrs. ,.G. \y. Hackney visited friends in Mason City, Sunday, and went o^ to Albert Lea where they were igu.ests of Mr, and Mrs Oscar Jensen/*' • : MM. tforiw Drawn returned last Monday from a three 'weeks' visit with he.r mother, Mrs. C, Hough and other relatives in, O'Neill, Neb. Mrs, B, W. C»)d w «U ana aimgh* ter Maxine \M Monday for San Antonio where they will spend sevgraj weeks. They will be located at Grande Courts. Mr, and M«. W»i|w ICtemp w« turned last week Tuesday from '4 ieji'day trip to Marion and Ml, Vernon, where toey yjfitea for lavisjt of geyeralmeys at fti), pajley ; is a jieice 9! Mr* ' ' . l ^ were i of Sir, , .I|l. r .WJMst .. 1 f;el >-:,-:; •»; Sili! Mr. and MM. WillUm Dau drove to Des Moines Friday on business. Mrs. M. G. Bourne and datifh* ters Julia Ann and Barbara spellt Saturday in Mason Cityi Mr. and Mrs. Don llemmlnffson went to Newel for a week end visit with the former's parents. Sterling Gbff, flanee of Miss Jean Murtagh, arrived Saturday from Louisville, Kentucky, Mr. and Mrs. Herman KollAsch and M. C. Weir spent Saturday -at ithe home of Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dailey. Miss inc* Harris whft t«*oh«8'at Swea City spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. John Oerher visited the former's sister and her husband Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cautt in West Bend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Davidson spent Friday in Swea City with the former's sister and 'her husband, Mr. and .Mrs. John Gilles. Mrs. M. Burns of Emmetsburg spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter and .her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kearney. Mrs. Joe Bradley enjoyed a visit Vrom her mother, Mrs. 'William Vondorhaar, of Humboldt, last week from Wednesday until "Friday. Mr. and Mrs, Jo* Graham of Burt spent Friday with Mr. aftd Mrs. Paul Wille.. They:are relatives. • ."' ;'••.?»" '"•'•'^*t -./'>/: '.' '" ' Mr. and'Mrs^ Walter, HeaW>and family oi'iRoifewere'Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and 'Mrs:'Perry Collins. '••"-.'• , ''-• Mrs. Tilla McCall left Tuesday for Seattle, "Wash., where she will spend the next month or so visiting relatives. . Set. Bob Rccd who is stationed at iFt. Leonard W°°d, Mo., spent a week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'L. J. Reed. Allen Walker, son of Mf, arid Mrs. Russell Walker, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Walker, a few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bailey and daughter Jean of Clear -1 Lake spent Sunday with Mrs. Bailey's mother, Mrs. Laura Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyftrs and sons Gerald and Melyin of Burt were Sunday supper 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond : Funk. Mr. and Mis. Chester Webb and son Gary spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webb, parents of Chester, at Derby, la. Mrs. Grace Ramus of Altoona left Sunday morning after .spending part of the week,visiting:herc with her sons Joe, Leo, and Donald. . . 4- ' • ' Barbara Haggard, who teaches music in the •Eagle ,Grove schools, ents, .Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. .''- • ' '.- ' ' Mrs. Ka'iherine Hurn went to Rochester, Friday,; to visit unt^l Monday with her duaghters, Mrs James Dower and Miss Margaret Hurn. . .- .-••'. Mrs. Julius Knopf of Lu Verne visited at the .home of her daughter and her husband,; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zweifcl,- Thursday and Friday. -.-'"•• "'' ;' ? Misses Marlon and Ina Preston who are employed with the North- weste~riv Bell 'c<J'm$ i a'Ky',' % :"s^eHt*ttie week end in Swea.City with' their parents. ,.'": .' ',-'•, ••. •..•"•:;'•': '. '/S Mrs. Harvey. Grahanv Mrs; M. L. Vinaas and spri.Lloyd of,Biirt and Mrs. John Crawford of Marion spent Friday with'.Mrs.-Walter Klamp.. Mrs. W.- G. Curtis enjoyed a Sunday visit from Jeanne Plerson, county recorder- at Storm Lake, Mrs. Ida Thorson, --Mrs. 'George Benna and Anita Benna, also pf Storm iLane*^ • ' ; .,; - : ... •,. Mr. and) Mrs, Herman Bowman arid Mr, and Mrs, Arthur Peterson of Swea City spent-Friday evening with Mrs. Isabelle. Dahl. • The ladies are sisters.of Mrs..D.ahl.. Mr. and Mrs, Kenneih May of Lake Park were visitors.,at the adme of Mr. and ;Mis. Paul Wille Thursday. Mr.-May has. Recently been discharged frprn' service..,. Mr. and Mrs. Harry ,Pu*« and three daughters spent Sunday at Gihnore City visiting Mr. and Mrs.-Ira- Hansen, who: own ,'and operate a variety store; there. Mr, and Mrs; JL. A, Wlnkel Mrs, James White and .Miss yera May Semon wept tp Fort Dodge, Monday,' to • attend • a i'basketibaU game at the diocesan tournament, Mrs. M(nnle Blinkman went to Font Dodge Friday,' to be with her father, WiJUam l^eit?eli who is a l^atient at the 'Mercy hospital. She plans to remain there a ^ew. days. Ti/lf. and Mrs, Ceorf e CcinkUn re» turned Friday front- a months vts.it wiht veiativesi in Comp$on, Calif. Mr, and Mrs, W, BV Crave.n, -parents of Mrs, Conkljn, Pf Mina, S, P,V.Jacconiajanied,''^e' Cohkllns on the trip vwhich was a'sglft t« ibem celebration, fl4'/the?P, Mrs. Charles Patterson, Mrs. Clair Anderson, Mrs. E. J. Mur- •tagh and Miss Myrtle Beane spent Tuesday in Burt 'with Mrs. Hardy Buell and were her luncheon guests. Dr. Charles Crelzmeyer, who is at Iowa City, has been assigned to the Pennsylvania General hospital at Philadelphia and will leave for there the latter part of March . • Amos Angle, ; who was a pat- Hen at the University hospital in Iowa City several weeks ago, is gradually improving and gets around the house now- and feels quite well. Mrs. Gill, .mother of Mrs. LcRoy •McWhorter, who makes her home with her daughter, is confined to her toed with a lame knee. It is a chronic affliction which troubles her at intervals. Clair Blossom has purchased the oil station and tank service owned by Louis Balgcman at West Bend, and has also purchased a residence. Mr. Balgeman is moving to a farm. Mrs. Henry Ewoldl, who has been confined to her bed a greater part of the winter with arthritis and complications, is now considerably, improved and able to be up in her wheel chair. Staff Sgt. Harlcy Chambers went •to Fort Snelling, Friday, where he re-enlisted. At present he does not know where he will be sent for further service. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. .Edward Chambers. Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank Bentlcy of Swea City 'spent 'Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman. Mrs. Bentley recently returned from Staunton 1 ,' -111,, where she visited other members of the Aman family. Earl and Harold Aman, sons of Charles Aman of Mason City, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman, They are nephews of Henry and have recently been dischai'ged from service. Miss Alice Kain, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain, arrived Saturday from DeKalb for a weekend visit with Mrs. Thomas Kain and friends. Miss Kain teaches school near DeKalb. ;Mrs. Murlin Westphal received a -'telegram from her husband, Thursday, saying he had reached San Francisco and would be sent t6 Fort Snelling for his discharge. He expects to be home about March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gaines and children Allen and Ina/Jean arrived Friday from St. Louis arjd will visit until Sunday at the ' . Mrs, arents, other relatives. Mrs. Rhoda Bonar has received word from her daughter Bonnie who is a nurse in service, that she has been sent to a replacement center in Manila which means she is scheduled for a change in location. Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey returned Monday from a month's visit with their son and his wife, Mr, and Mrs. Fernley Runchey at Plymouth, Ind. A daughter, Nancy' Lyn Was born to Mr. -and Mrs. Fernley Runchey, December 8th. '•"• • NJiss- Jean': Sclioelerman and Miss -Marilyn Franks, who are roommates and students at the Iowa State college, spent the weekend with the former's sister, Mrs. W. A. Bueghly and family. Miss 'Franks'.- home is in Kansas City. MM. Viva Peierson is leaving Wednesday ; for Los Angeles where she will visit her son, Ralph, who is a manager in the Bank of California. She will also visit her brother H. D. Norton at San Francisco before returning home. ' Miss Margaret VaUeniine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Valentine who has been taking nurse's training at Mercy hospital in Des Moines was transferred February I to the St. Bernard hospital in .Council Bluffs for her final months of training. She will be ' graduated . in June. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ehlws of Swca City has purchased the Buchanan house on south Haflan street which is occupied by Mf. and Mrs. ohn Utoben, taking possession March 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Ehlers arc parents of Mrs. William Dau. W. B. Ridge, who accompanied a group of prisoners to Germany, will be back in the States soon and will receive his discharge February 16 at Camp Chaffee, Ark. His wife is the former Veronna Klatt, bookkeeper at the Dau garage. Willard Lobdell arrived the last of the week from Columbus. O., and will take his wife and two children, Michael and Linda Beth back with him. They have been living with Col. and Mrs, Arthur Lobdell. He is an aero noutical engineer. Gene Selchell, S 1-e, is home on a 30-day- leave with -his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Setchell. Gene, who is on the U. S. S. Genescc, an auxiliary oiler and gasser, has been in Japan since V-J day and will return to duty in the Pacific March 1. Ph. M. 2-c Maynard Gudcrian, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Guderlan of Gatbraith, received his discharge Saturday from the navy and arrived Sunday from Minneapolis. He has been in service three years, most of which was spent in the south Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Parsons and the latter's mother, Mrs. Maude Lathrop, left Thursday for Salem, Oregon, after a visit of about a month here with Mrs, Charlotte Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Samson and with Mr. and Mrs. Julius Johnson in Humboldt. : ,••. •<• , Mrs..Anna. Bast of Sam Pablo, Calif.,;'is visiting Her ' sister-in- law, Mrs. Ernestine Bast, nephew Max Bast, and family of this city. When she leaves here she will also visit at Dollivcr with her brother, Bill Maron, and at Armstrong with her sister, Mrs. Albert Wagner. Tommy Hutchison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison, has been ill with the chicken pox. He has been staying with I his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Don Huthison, during the ab' sence of his parents on their trip to California. They are expected home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson drove to Des Moines on 'business Tuesday They took their son Russell to Ames where he made ar! rangement-s to enter college. He was with the army of occupation in Germany six month and on January 29 received his discharge at Fort Leonard Wood. >. S.-Sgt. Don Clapsaddle and John Schulz of Irvington drove to Mason City, Monday morning, where Don entrained for Kansas City. He will go to Fort Leaven- Don is the son of Mv. and Mrs. H. worth and will re-enlist for three years. From-•••Fort Leavcnworth He" will tie"Sent::t-T-ari-'air base. D. Clapsaddle. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pruyn and little daughter Susan of Des Moines are expected this mid-week at. the Mrs. E. J. Murtagh home. They are coming to attend the wedding of Mrs. Pruyn's cousin, Miss Jean Murtagh, to Sterling Goff of Louisville, Ky., which will take place 'Friday afternoon at •three o'clock at the home of the bride's parents Mr; and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mr. tftd Mrs. Louis Fuhrmaftrt have bought the Jess Deah home oh East McGregor arid will moV6 there March 1. They have been living on the Howard Wallace f-et* . Mfv farm t\vo miles east oft or' road f Of the past 11 y Fuhrmanh has also rented 160 acres of Pioneer ground adjoining his newly bought place. Tuesday and Wednesday February 12-13 GOOD SELECTION li ' '' ' • vVi $%••<-•- i •- £fef c^^'Mfe^Sfe^fe^^l^^aS 1 • «,^ ^S?.?:pl V. :. JfKIs v./Fi-^.W^A.?-.,*. I. : , home-financing $ ' more here. Come anji Jet MS tell you low-cost LOANS ;: Let us OF buiW a )|. ypur own. Algona Federal ||g;*£P^pn^J§; ,J>iJ$M*&&i —Co-Hit— David Niven Olivia DeHaviland in "RAFFLES" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 14-15-16 ' Kirby Grant • • - in' • --.:-' "BADMEN OF BORDER" NinaFoch ' JULJA ROSS" | Monday, Tuesday .» • ; .. J? - ^•/FJW^'^^FT ™"J *T?tVjT ? *',£<£ t ^"r-.;''^^! H J^f:;^ . - -.' ».i 'nil • ^1- TlSl&i-t', .; .-' I KNOW WHAT I LIKE AND I LIKED WHAT I SAW -AND I SAID TO MYSELF •ACK AGAINI MOCCASIN-TYPE Oxfords WITH LEATHER SOLES Rich brown calf uppers . . . brougish hand stitched details. Genuine' Goodyear welt construction. Sites 4 to 9. AandC VOUK FAVORITE BLUCHER Saddles Plain toe ... creased vamp . . . white and brown Saddle with No-Mark Walk-OW«U soles. Sites 4 lo 9. AA to B. it it gS 1 !^-" V* '*$'

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