The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1946 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 12, 1946
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mm •' PAGE SIX. •'. M. Moorcs Wed 61 Years— _ .Mrs. D, C, Gardner is entertaining at dinner this evening in honoi of tl.o Gist wedding anniversary o Her.parents Mr, and Mrs. J. M 'Moore. Guests will be old friends of the Mdores. Mr. and Mrs. Moore 'have 12 children, 2& grandchildren 'and 12 great grandchildren Mr. Moore has been active in oourity affairs throughout his lifetime. fiirihday Parly, Phone Gall- Mr, and Mrs. Ira Kohl had as dinner guests Thursday the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kohl in honor of Mrs. Kohl'd ibirthday. During the evening she received a phono call from her son William of Nampa, Ida., Wishing her a happy birthday. She-also talked with his wife and heard the prattle of their baby. Methodist Program, Plans— _The W. s. C. S. of the Methodist church met for a one o'clock luncheon Thursday. The program Consisted of devotions by Mrs. Hattie Witham, the lesson "Africa" by Mrs. T. C. Hutchison and two vocal number? by Mrs. L. J. .Reed, accompanied by Mrs. Paul Bell. • , Each Wednesday evening.- dur- ing tent arid .beginning March 13 ind. continuing through April 10 there \yill be family suppers at 6:30.' Each 1 family will bring its and dessert and the Test' is 'furnished by the com- inittcjeg of the various circles. The fee i& 50c per family. .After the' supper the boys and girls will, go .upstfiirS where pictures! will be shown. Those planning to attend are' requested to notify, Vtrs. L. J. Reed. Doan Lady, 6$, Honored— At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hanson in, the Doan vicinity a' family dinner was given Thursday honoring the hitler's 65th birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Baker of Emmetsburg, the latter being her daughter,' ' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Spencer and son Rickey, Mrs. Spencer being a granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hanson, Liloyd Hanson, who has just re- ;urned from service, and Mrs Clara Pratt. Vanguard Class to Meet— . The Vanguard class oftheBap- ist.'church" meets Tuesday ov'en- ng with Mrs. John Jordan, Miss Myrtle Sf. John 'being assistant hostess. . • " Canadian Visitors— , Mr. and Mrs. Earl Packard artd daughter Lois of Kenaston, Saskatchewan, Canada, and-Mr. and Mrs, Irl Lane of Manchester came Thursday and remained until Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lane. .The former aro aunt and uncle of Mr. Lane; the latter are his parents, Club Hostess—' Mrs. Dale Simon entertained the members of her bridge club, Thursday evening. Two tables were in play. High score prize went to Mrs. Robert La Barre, low score prize to Mi's. Crate Smith. fa Enttrlains »1 BurJi— Mrs. Bob Noely of Burl entertained her sewing club Tuesday I afternoon, the members being ar Algona club which Mrs. Neelj joined when living here. Ther are 12 members. Algona For Dark.. .Vivid... Intriguing! Amazingly atsumci the color compliment of any complexion ...-for Blonde or Brunette! Glamorous "BLACK CHERRY" lotU longer! It is Delicately (tented!* ftot waxy! ; LIPSTICK SIX POPULAR SHADKI On«Doil«r. PUfllti Fifty C«»U. Lusby & Giossi Bible Class To Meet— The Bible Searchers class o the Methodist cuhrch will moe Tuesday oflcrnoon, Mnrcii 12 \v-:th Mr-;. A. M. ColUnson, 31- W. State sheet. Assistant host os.-?«s wir !•:•> Mcsdame'-, Douglas Schoby, Roupe and Miss Ella Walker. Cresco M. & M. Club— The Cresco M. & D. club meets Wednesday, March 13, at the home of Mrs. W. H. Bosworth. Mrs. Pearl Dutton will be assisting hostess. There will be election of officers and roll call will be on foreign affairs. MODART SHAMPOO ,.. for hair that women envy ana men admire Bible Class Luncheon— The Bible Class of the Congregational church will meet at the manse Wednesday, March 13, for a covered dish luncheon at 2:30. The husbands are especially invited. Legion Auxiliary Mealing— The American Legion Auxiliary meeting was held Monday night at the hall. Mrs. Clinton Lighter's division was in charge. Mrs. Clara Walker had charge of the program. There was piano and vocal selections by Kathryn Kirsch and Leonard McGurie of Bode, and' an interesting talk by Leighton Misbach on "Community Service." Ruth Tbrifte, above, yeoman first class in the WAVES, daughter of • Mr. and Mrs, Perry Torino of Algona, recently reenlisted for an additional six months of duty. She had been in service 16 months. She is stationed at Harrisburg, Pa. , Surprise Parly Honors— Mrs. J. T. Alexander was given a sin-prise birthday party at the home of Mrs. -C. H. Taylor Friday. The ladies brought covered dishes for the pot-luck dinner and presented Mrs. Alexander with a gift. Guests were Mesdames Bert Cronan, G. A. Sharp, Alma Nelson, Edward Taylor Mary McChesney, Sarah Dougas, Paul Wille, C. H. Taylor, and he Misse Agnes Bilsborough and Vlayme Duryea. Why not claim the beauty that is rightfully, naturally yours? Modart Fluff reconditions as it cleansea. Gleaming highlights reappear, without a trace of dull soap film to cloud natural beauty. No special needed. You'll like tliis super-active \ cream shampoo. MODART Fluff SHAMPOO Three lingering fragrance^: Gardenia, Applt. B/ost^ti, Pi Lusby & Bonnie, lillle daughter of Mrs Ilda Elliott, is ill with chicken pox. Tom Dyer of Des Moines spen Thursday and Friday with Ralph Tice. % Chester Schoby went to Chicago, Saturday, on a business trip for a few days. Mr. and Mrs, Vernon Hohn oJ Ringsted were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Wesley. Mrs. Cleve Stewart has been troubled with an eye infection and has been taking treatments at Mason City. Miss Linda Ann Rash of Burt spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Chester -Webb. Mr. and Mrs. James Henderson of Clarion were guosts of 'Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ritor one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hieter visited the W. C. Hieter family in Lone Rock Sunday. The men are brothers. Mrs. Leon Merrill lefl last Sunday for St. Joseph, Mo.,where she will visit relatives for about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber and family of Lu Verne were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tuttle. Miss Hosalie Halpin was taken sick the latter part of the week with the flu and confined to her ed for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Steil visited their daughter and her husband Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wilson at Livermorc, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Dick Sleper at Titonka. Floyi Minaxd, son'of Mr. „,.». Mrs. Fay Mihard, who has, 1 - been in the navy, was discharged 'at Minneapolis- last Wednesday.'. • • Mrs. Clara Prall • speriiv the weekend in West Union" wlln her parfcnts, Mr, and- Mrs;- Lawrence Araeger and: other relatives.' Mr. and Mrs. J. Pi Shiith 'spent ast weekend in Pau-lliha 'with their daughter and her husband Mr. and Mrs.: ; W. M; Smith. Frank Hertz of Malvern cam* ast Friday and • remained uhtii Wednesday for a visit with his son Gene Hertz and family, Mrs. John Clancy and' little on Jackie of Green Bay, Wis., visited Mrs. Eleanor Peterson rom Tuesday until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Reed of Humv joldt were Thursday visitors at he home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reed. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Garmer Ewen of Amboy, Minn., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. JohA Scholtes. The ladies are. sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Archie McDanel spent last Sunday in Ames : with the latter's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Watkins. • _ • ..';.Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pearson accompanied Wayne -Keith- to Hampton, Saturday, where they visited their son Eugene, apd family and Wayne "• transacted business. .'Dodge"''fca'ftrti 'Saturday to 'get ..„ ,mother,,'MrSi Flora;, Gabriel, and td take hef to Sort Dodge for 8 , a" jvisit. •' " •' •-.;•-.'• . M«i. Gajol F*a*ir a«d; IHil* :soh ' :D6nald Eugene of Buft spent Friday at ; th% -horHe of hei ; parents, Mr,; arid- Mrs, R. F. Sperry,: HaWafd Sfettrlch spent ihe weekend visiting his pat-ehts, Miv and Mfs. E. A. Gehrich; Howard is aUendlftg- Drake university, Des -Moifies. Henry. Miison left the Kossittl hospital last Thursday after being confined there for the past two months. However, he is still in bee at his borne. Mr, end Mrs, Carl Peiaraan of Des Moines came Tlnn'sclay remained, until' Sunday with their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Rlea- noe Peterson. Mtt and Mrs. Max Miller have received'word from their son Irvin that he will leave Hamburg, Germany, for the States on Sunday, March 10. Mlsg Rosalie Hal&in and Mtas Mary Ellen Halpin went to Waterloo, Friday, and remained un;il Monday with their sister, Mrs. Warren Lasser. Mr. 'and Mrs. R. F. Sperry Went to Waterloo, Saturday, to i visit the latter's- brother and his Wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. I over the weekend. 1 Mrs. V; K; Rising has been ppnfihed to her bed. the past week with a sinus infection. She .Was able to be un a little the latter part of the week. ; Mrs,. Elsie Baker of Washing., ton, D. C., spent a couple of days last week with Mr/ and Mrs. Paul Seeley. Mrs. Baker is a cousin, of Mrs. SeeJey. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan and son Jimmie spent last weekend in Ames with their daughter and: her husband Mr. and Mrs. Richard Halpin and little son Rickey. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frambach of here were parents of a baby boy born early Sunday morning at the Kossuth hospital. The baby passed away early Monday morning. Judge and Mrs. Stillman and I daughters Ann and Marcia wenti to Dolliver, where they spent the weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillman.. Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller and) daughter Dorothy went to Mason' ~Jty, Thursday, where Mr. Mil-' ler attended a John Deere meeting and Mrs. Miller ana Dorothy, visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cronan and; ittle daughter -Donna of Toledo,' la., spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bert Gronan; Mr. Cronan's mother is r J patient at the Kossuth hospital. When you think of House ware values . . . think of your S & L store! New items to add new interest and lighten your homemaking tasks. "You always do well at S & L." A Small Deposit Insures Delivery $121 lit ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT THESE? COME IN and see us if you ste. You'll be thrilled when you see die complete variety in every wee bracket—the new and ex- jlusive styles-thc brilliant Jashing diamonds, Prut} btua ift $35.00. LUSBY & GIOSSI for earlieil poiliblt* delivery of Your ALUMINUM Pressure Cooker + . , The »ly Multiple-Duty Sauce-Pan Type Preunre Cooker With PatenleiP'JIomec" Seal MINUTES >N f aso Cast Aluminum \ IHfNAkS IN'FQ0P Prei*e<l Aluminum f SAVE! NATURAL FOOB FIAVQRS M&Wi* • SAVES MONEY |y r " ORDER NOW! 12.95 See it naw! . , . at your S i(r (• Stijrc! I'lutc ypur Ofdpr NQW ffff ie«rUc.t delivery! \ lifetime iu- ventuieut in Convenience ant! *V-.Jl<.». ~-^ * > -. .,,. f6 fid* ,cahon{a§; Saturday, %W«fe a 'tal meeting/ was h^ld. fir. man presided at aclihicr M*, and Mfs. Bu§6tt6 ftuddelt of Baytori, Oiue, ^affie Tfttifsatiy fbf a Visit: of ; sevissrali days with Me. artd Mrs. Al fhompsbrl. Mrs. RUddell is a niece of Mrs. THbmpsdn. * "• • •'•- Mrr and ,Mf»,, flob«ift Hilfty, ara parents, 6f' at-lb-loVbofh fliuts' day at'Ihe-KbssiitM'hospital/ This is< theif, fourth childs Mr. Riley is> emplbyiid-with the G6\van In- sulatlftg-crew. Mfs.aftd Mfs. Eraftk. Baudss and Mf< ahdi Mrs, Elmer Kollasch of SVvea City were Sunday guests of Mi's;, Rosella Williams. Mrs. Bau* ers, Mrs, Kollasch sand Mfs. Wil* liams are sisters. . , ... • Wefefa ffiday, td; ; patient at the UnlV6.ltsi.fy-j hoS'' pitali . Raymond wrtdetw'eht sUi:' ! getf . tw.o.W&eks b&6ii&:.ti''&£'t Mf. iatl Mfs, A«iiftU>l^i>aM«l 'arid U.-K- Sparks Well ; W'iWp IBend, frlday, where th^y '.attended the funeral serviced •'• fate Mrs. Ffajik B#OWrti,. a». and; Mfs, M^Dfiitel, Mi«, Wllftla- S*6 ter Sharbn of Carol; Pate of; Clario'rr visited n«d. Mrs, : Ghris WallukaU, : «hUt's > - clayv Sharon Browh^reraame'd for an over the weekend ,.vi$i,t '', MM, &; G. MfcMaltoiVi «HA. loft Bob went to "EmnietsBji'ifg- Thursday, they, enjbyjeo;. ttrfa'rh* ily dinner given, itt, Hohbiv-6f :: hfer Charles' whoti 'bi . vada, Monday, and ifeturfied FH« 'day after a visit .with^Br, Lee's pSrettlg, Mr. and Mrs. w» P. Lee. 'Thii-.latt6r ftaSibeert ill: attd Mrs. life's- went te^Ssist in her care, P, Q, Evetaii Thompson* Ph«i« ii^oartie last, -week EHday. ffdm a/ GffeatrLakes;, Station /or two \yieks -leiiVje. which, he is. spends i^ with his sister and her, hus* and, Mr. and: Mrs. Walter FreiS* , . and Mrs, C. C. Shietk &f* parents of a daughter, 'borrt Salt ui;day morning at the. Kossuth hospital.- The child has beert named' Delthia Ann. This makes a. fine family of two boys and two girls. A small'deposit will hold your • selection on our Iny-Bwny plan. m m m |i|i|s|' Yon Likp toLookPretlylSo When You ... * » \' ' '?••' ' ''•.•" . .. :.*-':• 'j. i, ' THINK OF FASHIONS THINK OF YOUR S&L STORE in the figure.n«l- Kerinjf aofl lilhouellei of fnsli- ion! .Clinlk itrlpei, clas.ic rliecKs, high colon for Spring ,-« • *f '• f *«turlng' cardiganii dreii. mil)c«r« ; and wlng-»leevc«. $24 CyATS win. «ii the f« 8 h. toty apjieal nn4 liearilighiening cplpv/jfou w«nt for Spring! Clieiterfieldi and .Boxy Boy CUBU a« well a* the new thorlfei, youihfwl y»ur «nlr«nce into Spring • craning iuece»«! In llie new |l)|M»WB|te» MfUU peplum, tiinipi, round. $10.95 . Presses $5.95 to $19,9§ i. >;» f! . J. • .. •'••;•'&' 'if. m>. :/./.' mK:-,^^™*-'-- • -.•--• J -H' l -4«pWIH! ,,*. - f> - , vj,'. ' ' i- •• '• '4 ! 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