The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1946 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 26, 1946
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'V k r i* ' Algona Upper Des Moines ..v . '.«75.W Second Sectfti Mar. 26,1941 < » * » » >< * » 14 Junior High Teams In Cage Meet Thursday MANYSCHOOI5TO ~— SEND QUINTS HERE |0R 2-DAY BATTLE that the senior high --.class "A" and "B" have >mu their day on the basketbal ££>' JU , nlo , r h 'S hs are going to •»«<" a little activity of fteir ' ' Algona will play host and Saturday, to an 1 tournament. *ene Hertz of the «i- school stated that four grade teams and 10 r«?;«r;- e ' i . te ?«w'.had accepted invitations to compete. jMjJf Friesher of Algona will #««-iate. six minute quarters w $i'S e pi?y ed > an d there will be no.iaamjssion charge to see the M?$| s .> which will be played in th(i :: Algona high gym. p tth Grade pairings I ,|The eighth grade pairings fol- Sell $88,074 GbVt. Bonds In February Sales of government saving bonds In Kosstith county are con tinuing at a good rate, regardles of the end of the war. An official release from ^ treasury department tabulated Kossuth's sayings bond sale and Showed fhafm the month of Feb ruary sales were as follows: Series "E"—$72,000. Series "F"—$74. -Kossuth county was nbl among the biggest county buyers n the state, the report shows •hat people generally still realize he value of solid savings. Schuller To Have -eg Plates Removed Whittemore: Thomas Schuller vas taken to Sioux City last Mesday, where he entered the Me .rcy hospital to have the pegs nd plates removed from his in- Illt-od 7«/r ,U« -.„*.* ' i , . .• * g. e P, m.—Lone Rock L. ,*' P - rn ;~'Britt vs. - — i"«v^a icmuvcu iron! nis in- f; r * P- m.-Algona vs. JUred leg he suffered in a picker tirg, 5 p.m.-Senecavs amdent at the Otto Ruhnke j8.Y-"o" r *~j • . farm last fall. *bi Saturday, 9 a. m.—Dakota vs. lAlgona-Emnietsburg jwinner; 10 "3-— fedyard vs, winner. Seneca-West at 2, and 3 p. m., and finals at 8 p. , : "m., Saturday. - v Seventh Grado Pairings 'he seventh grade pairings fol- 11 a. m.—Algona vs. .—... ,..£; 12 a. m. Humboldt ;?• , s wea City The final will be Played Saturday evening starting at i, p. m. In determining the pairing^, teams, were^arranged alphabetically, and odd numbered teams were placed in the upper 'bracket and eyen numbered in the ' bracket. • HURT The county rural carriers met — Algona Tuesday evening. Mf. and Mrs. L. «. Schenck attended. Reports of the recent district meeting at Fort Dodge were given. Mrs. Donald Mitchell and twin daughters Judith Ann arid Janet Nell, came home from the Kossuth hospital last (Friday. Sl-c Kenneth Bates left this :ountry last week for Manilla. Letters from Donald Dremmel, J h .° Decently left this country stated that he is now located at Anchorage, Alaska. Mrs. Dave Weber, who had been at Rochester, Minn., several weeks was brought home on Saturday. The Raymond Westlings and Mr. and (Mrs. Otto Westling, Algona, attended the 40th wedding nniversary celebration of Mr. and nrs..John Westling at Fort Dodge Sunday. a o M Jv,* am U VIrs- Ml L> D "tton ancl aughter Donna Jean, and Mrs. lorence Schichtl and sons Wayne inner at'the G. R?Cook hom^'in "Ugona Sunday. A family gathering was held at the C. W. Reynolds .hptne S in honor of carol Reynolds was to leave Wednesday to ' ducted into the army. Guesiavin* it"^ ^ r -*2 ndwMw Au *»* && linger- and the Werner StreUchefiS, Algona, Mrs. Ves Robuisoh, B«tt» croft, and the Herman BusSies, I i, .V J> Lockwbods and thS " A ; B1 , ei ,t hs were also Sunday ers at the Reynolds home. Entertains Club— Mrs. Bob La Barre entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Winner of the high scott '? e ,was Mrs. Richard Norton, d M"-William Steele Won the' second high score prize. Interest Keen In Senior' Play Progress I Interest is high in the Senior I class play "Old Doc," which is to 1 be presented April 10.' The 15 members of the cast have been practicing daily, and jf their enthusiasm is any indication of a - nnnrf '"Sho^^u;^^pu^t'pn-. ; be»I 4 ^•r- : -i d frectSh"|: 1 . : Mls's' r ' : 'JHeeren, btates that "Qld-Dciol: js not only la warm human istory'of a great T?^ m r a s !" a11 town, but it is |tory of all. people who liv '^y though their place b nail. A play that revives one raith .in people." Wesley -Mr. and Mrs. Clarence War kntertamed then- evening ear |lub Sunday, Mrs. Charles Pric nd Oliver Young won high ^™iJ? me » m - 800 «' ^ 1U 'Martlnek land Mrs, Ray Kollasch got low Ifcore prize, and"Mr,"; and Mrs IMartmek received family prize. Mrs. Marie Kunz entertained ? u ge £ lub Saturday, and ' £ ohn Hutchison here anc rs. Myrtle Kouba, Clear Lake Iwere guests. Mrs, Braley and Trs. Root won high and low core pmes This concluded the •parties till after Easter. I The Goetz family moved last •week from the Leo Bleich farm fto one vacated by the John Puf- »rfS Th . e Aawrence Smiths *n°ved to the Leo Bleich farm, the Puffers to a farm near Corwith. L A1 . Wa Sner, employed' in a jdrug store at Boone, came Satur- X f? a few days with his wife nd his youngest son Dwight, [ afelv discharged from the navy 36 months In the Pacific, * n , F l oeJic h. who attends -e at Ames,'sp<mt the week- Kvln a iJ. In ""Wfcl Charles •Froelich's. All were Sunday din ests at Eugene Hub^-'s Adine Run?, who at- Northwestern university, nM, spent the weekend Mrs. -1 ^ wrt ,-,,,. «mm;; T , •' flajph, Jarvjs, Fort Bijey^ \^fe th ^ W ^ n?J ^f Studer, an<J $he two en. from returned few 4ays !ton,li}; fon^o"j" ! "" r %V" t ? VH««iW WPWIW hn^? e l ^ ^ wto £ bog rojner^j - &1? wSf Ugtiw 8 * Q ^« ^ m Clara Jictms New Lipstick Shade mi^ matching rouge, too/ MoJart Fluff it Ule fuptr- active cream shampoo tli«t aoes tliinga for your liair. . It recondition) at it cleanses, lalkero freely even in colj water, requires no special after- rinse. Keep your nair Bofe »nJ lustrous, easy to arrange— : use MoJart Fluff Skampopl Many new and unusual designs; .Silver, gold and with sets. Lapel Pins For Your Easter Suit The largest stock of these beautiful pins we have ever had. Gold filled. $7 to $25 Tkttt lingering , OarJenia, Afplt Bttitam, Pii* 3% 02. far ' GIFTS FOR The Gift that out-gives all others is diamond jewelry. It is beautiful, it is flattering, and it has lasting permanence and value* DIAMONDS Wedding Duo Wedding Wcdding pair _ d . a . Ensemble Engagement ring with mond en Sagemcnt ring large stone, two side and diamond wedding Diamonds. Diamond wedding ring. ring ' '140 $95 •O m w jP* J$a-=r f I Beautiful New Spring| Wall Paper jOur wallpaper stopk is »U >§w this ye«r t as we did,not handle- iny last year while we were remodeling our gtpre. and attractive patterns fi&every rooX tnehpyse, ^ Pearls ' Single Strand S12.00 Also Richelieu Pearls in single, double and three strands. A treasured gift. Identification Bracelets In sterling and heavy gold plate. $900 to $1080 , i ; i Matching Lapel Pin and Ear Rings Gold filled. Choice of semi-precious emeralds, ! , topaz, sapphires, rubies, ^ ' zercons and pearls. Diamond Solitaires Engagement Ring „. , . Single large diamond *lawless.stones mount- with two smaller ones ed in yelliM gold. ' ^ i * ;a f% n ^ s '??™iilold Evans and Elgin American ' Compacts A beautiful line of compacts in many handsome designs. Sterling and gold filled. , $62 so up Gents Diamonds " Ladies Diamond Wedding Bands '3(M450 Federal Tax on All Diamonds Included Buy Your Registered Diamond from a Registered Jeweler Wait for Bulovas I We will receive a shipment of new Bulovas on or about April 12. See them on display in our store. •r- .Expansion - . -• *»»i* **]*••*••# y<-^v *t * , Bracelets These handsome bracelets in several designs are a popular gift. 'I?" up Matching necklace with ; bracelet. *22 60 »P Fed.TaxIncl. , • ; • ; • i i ¥. UBkBaan&suzx Rosaries Birthstone, crystal, and sterling silver. 'SWup Ladies Set Rings Exquisite workmanship with choice of large Stone, »7" «o «50 Ladies' Bulovas GIOSSI •T' Cameo Brooch Genuine hand carved cameo, Solid gold fil' / Gents' Bulovas up "^ i i M nil I I ^*~m^^fmmnnm Free Insurance With the purchase of any diamond of $1QO or ov, T , we will, insure your ring for one year free of charge, This insurance covers loss of ring, loss of stone or stones, flr« or theft. This arrangement becows ef. f^ctiyg tpday and dopsi not apply to diamonds D W , chased here in (he past Gold Filled Lockets Heart shape, round or square, Daintily engraved, m „„ • \. i ^ A§^ j ^ <v c -:?&,& I _), JiA,?'*"'* stS&ssftJi"

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