The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 2, 1946
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PACE fWO. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulfers are the parents of an, 8-lb. '2-oZi daughter born Wednesday at the General hospital. The Infant has been named Carol Ann. There are three other children in the family, two boys and a girl. This child rounds out a fine quartet, Miss Lorine Berger of Wesley is assisting with the housework. •'* v::: "^"'''^ Mrs. Hattie Wilham, M«. Myrtle Vinirig and her daughter Har- riet'went to Clear Lake Thursday to fltyend the school musical there arid went on to Mason City, where they remained until Friday With Mr. and Mrs, Roy William and family, Roy is a son of Mrs. Hattie William and a brother of Mrs. Vining. Tuesday and Wednesday, April 2-3 The Team That "Hollywood Canteen" Hade Famous! Co-Hit, Ken Taylor in "SMOOTH AS SILK" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 4-5-6 Poirr Gwc Awaq Th£ Secret Of 'The. SPIRAL STAIRCASE" NO ONE. SEATED DURING IAST S MINUTES OP PICTURE! DORpTHVvi ' McGUIRE GEORGE. BRENT ET-HEX 8ARWMOK "OONTKILL /THE THRILL! Dorif Give Away Jte Secret Of "THE SPIRAL . .STAIRCASE Added Attraction Frank Sinatra in "THE HOUSE I LIVE IN" Sunday and Monday April 7-8 BAHAMA STANWYCK GEORGE BGENT IUCIU WATSON EVE ARDEN Sport Reel Cartoon News Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Sperry and son Robert went to Mason City on business Friday. Mike Loss was able to be in town last week after several weeks illness with heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul spent Thursday in Corwith with the former's mother Mrs. J. C. Thul. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knudsen of Blue Earth were visitors -Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Scui'fham. James Asa spent the weekend in Mason City with his aunt Mrs. II. I. Hawley. James is the son of Mrs. McMahon. Mrs. Emily Heidenwilh spent from Sunday of last week until Wednesday with her son Arthur and family at Whittemore. Jim Malioney spent the spring vacation here with parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Maohney. Jim is attending the university of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Otlo Westling spent Tuesday of last week in Lu Verne and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bract. 1 and other friends. Dary), son of Mr. and Mrs. Hallard Snyder, returned to Ames Wednesday after spending his between quarter vacation with his parents. S. E. Nolan spent Sunday in Madrid where he visited relatives and friends. The Nolan son Wayne of Orqaha arrived Sunday for a week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Peterson returned Saturday -from a month's vacation trip in the south. They were accompanied by Mrs. Peterson's sister and husband. Ed Capcsius returned from California where, Sunday he had , spent several weeks visiting and enjoying the climate which was ''unusually" good this year. Ronald V. Taylor, Sl-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Taylor writes home from Cuba that he will arrive on the USS Dayton in Norfolk ,Va., today on a 30 day shore leave. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Ilellie of AN bert Lea, Minn., have named their little son Daniel Whitney. The baby was born last week and is a grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney. II. E. Miner was in the office to pay his subscription the other day, and it was learned that he has been taking the Upper Des Moines ever since 1894, which is a good record for anybody. Mrs. Julia Dearths, who has baen living with her daughter Mrs. Mary De Graw the past winter, returned Tuesday to the home of another daughter Mrs. Frank Hofius near Burt. i JLi mJrlLi (m JM BM A W1L/, Jr. JL# AJP Mr. and Mrs. Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parkins went to Minneapolis last week Saturday and remained until Monday. On Sunday they attended the Ice Follies. , Mr, and Mrs. Carol Fraser and little son Donald Eugene and Mi's. R. L. Sperry went to Fort Dodge Sunday, where they Visited Mr. and Mrs, N. G. Sperry, great-grandparents of the child. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Markings left Monday for their home in Schoby, Mont,, after spending ten clays with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Weiner. Mrs. Markings is the former Dolores Werner; Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough moved into their new home on E. Kennedy street Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hood rrtoved into the house vacated by the McCulloughs on East College street. Mr., and Mrs. R. H. Miller left Thursday for n motor trip through the south. They had no particular itinerary in mind and the length of their vacation will depend upon what hotel accommodations can be Mrs. Al Thompson and children Jimmy and Arden and her sister Mrs. Jess Scott of Corwith loft last week Tuesday for a week's visit with their sisters Mrs. Fern Strand and Mrs. Naomi Mosher at Rockford, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kaldor and .son Dennis of Fargo, N. D., arrived last 'week for n visit with Mrs. Kaldor's sister Mrs. D. A. Barnard. Mr. Kaldor was a -former hotel manager in Fargo and, has just been discharged from the army. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rajandcr of Berkeley, Calif., are visiting here with 'Rose and Christine Arend and other relatives. Mrs. Ra.jander is a niece of the Arend sisters and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gilmore of San Jose, Calif. Eugene James was discharged March 21 from Camp Knox, Ky., and arrived in Algona Saturday for a visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. Ray James. Eugene has been in service nearly four years. His wife is a Louisville, Ky.. girl. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolcott and. children La Vonne, Joan and Larry went to Eagle Lake, Minn., Sunday for a reunion of the Wolcott family. About thirty persons will be present, among whom will be relatives from California. Homer Tultle is going lo Minneapolis Thursday for ten days and will attend the Drug Association's Buyers Seminar. Also attending but going later on Sunday, April 7, will be Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt and and Mrs. W. T. Giossi. Mr. Mr and Mrs. Win. Anderson of Denver, Colo., visited recently at the home of the latter's father C. B. Pierce. From here they went to Keister and Albert Lea, Minn., and laler:<e»pecled fo Xrttft reTfcve* In Perry, Iowa.' They will return to Colorado Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Combs nnd Mrs. Karl Willasson spent Friday in Amos, where Mr. Combs transacted business. Mrs. Combs visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mize and Mrs. Willasson visited her son Donald and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Drager and daughter Irene, attended the wedding last Sunday, March 24, at Dexter, Minn., of Lawrence Weis, nephew of Mr. Drager. Also attending from here were Arthur and Mabel Weis and Mrs. Alice Johnson and children. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and two children Alan and Margaret of Madison, Wis., spent Sunday and Monday in Algona with friends. The Madison schools are bavins spring vacation. Mr. McDowell was principal of the Algona schools a few years ago. Mary Amunson, daughinr of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson, who is a student at Cornell college, is arriving Wednesday for a vacation of several days and will be here until after the wedding of her brother Robert to Miss Mildred Galbraith next week. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Westling and their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westling of Burt went to Stratford March 16 where they attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson. Mrs. Anderson is a sister of Mrs. Otto Westling. Mr. and'Mrs. Don Hemmingson went to Newel and'Worthington, Minn., Thursday and got their household goods which had been stored until they could be located in an apartment. They are moving into the Misbach apartment vacated by Mr, and Mrs. Bob McCullough. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Casler have received word that they started home Monday from Gridley, Calif., where they have been visiting the former's daughter and her husband Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green since October. They will arrive in Algona Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore and Mr. and iMrs. J. M. Moore spent Sunday in Fort Dodge at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emmert Dean. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore made the acquaintance of their great granddaughter Mary Marget Dean who is about a month old. The Deans have one other child, a son Marc Willis. Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Riddle and daughter Janice, Mrs. Jessie Riddle and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers of Hermosa Beach, Calif., arrived Monday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Spear. Mrs. Wayne Riddle is a daughter of Mrs. Spear .and Mrs. Chambers is a daughter of Mrs. Jess Riddle. Also at the Spear home js Betty Tordoff, another daughter of the Spears who has been employed at the University hospital in Iowa City. Mr. arid Mrs. 6f*rtl* wleks, accompanied by Mr. attd Mrs. Robert .Clark of HuftibolSt Spent from Friday until Sunday iri Minneapolis last week and attended the ice Follies. Jerry,'lit* ,tle son .of Mr. and Mrs,' Widks, visited .his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rasmussen ;in Kanawha during his parents' absence. ; Mr, fthd Mtt. Alfred SemoH and datighter Annabel arid Mr. and Mrs. R. ; W. Welp of; Masoh City visited Mr, and Mrs.* Mefmo Limberg at Buffalo Center last Sunday.' Mrs;' Welp and "Mrs. Limberg ate daughters tot ^r. and Mrs. Semort., 'The }SemohB remained untfl Thursday :but the Welps spent only;Sunday with the Limfcergs. Helen Wlrtkel, Who is) a student nurse' at Mer'cy liosbital in Des Moihes, and ! Lt. [William Owen of the 'air corps} whose home is near Boston .and who has been at camp in Mississippi, came Tuesday -for a visit Until Thursday with Mr. and .Mrs. ,L. A. Winkel, parents of Helen. Lt. Owen is about to be discharged from the service. Homer Tuitle iook a group of high school girls to Clear Lake Thursday for their appearance in the chorus of a musical 'number in the entertainment of ' various high schools being represented. Marilyn Tuttle was their accompanist. The young ladies We're Ruth Ann Burns, Leriorb Hagg, Shirley Helberg, Bonnie iSnyder, and Georgia Richardson.' ,• J. Mrs.. George Stewart has Written relatives from Baltood, Calif., that she and Mr. Stewart do not plan to be home for j another month or six weeks. Mr. Stewart, who has been in pool 1 health the past several years due to injuries sustained in World War I, has begun a series of treatments vyhich he takes daily dnd believes he is receiving benefit. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shore and daughter Carol returned Wednesday from Cashton, Wis., where ' , J iri' AuiSlft. it^s that His famispj ^111; rial .there for a' tiWe i; SCHOW, tONCERT AT SENECA HELD • SehecntT'he annual home 1 music Ooncert was. held; at the Seneca' school -W$!p t Ui5Bda> evening. Nunibey|i;appeaWng on the program, anU'who will enter the .pfe*; state music contest which' -will ibe 'held at -Graettlnger, .were: Gii'ls glee club; saxophone trio, Wanda OlsoH, ^Kenneth Campbell and Ervln Reutzelj mezzesoprano solo, Deibres : Wilb.erg; French .horn solo, Tieleh Sanders; girls' trio, . Layoh < Thompson, ..fcelores. ' find Donna Classon; ciar- .inet solos Donna Moore; solo, Virginia Benrends. Olarihet solo, iTatik Looftj mixed chorus; mezzo soporano sold, Don-' ha Classon; sax solo, Wanda Olsen; girls sextette, La Von-Thompson, Wanda Olson, Donna "Moore, Shirley CUlbertson, Helen Sanders, Ann Conwell; and the band. Directors iwere Jean iErickson, Vocal, and Ancteew Lang, instrumental. - conservation measure this year, County Extension'' Director A. ',L. Brown says short: supplies of feed ^rain and-prbteiril can fee: partially.•offset toy making usevpf• grien forages. . ./ : -'.•; .Sews bri '- good pasture can get, along well on a ration of ear Corn fed twice /a day in sufficient quantity td niaihtain her flesh, ..ncCordinrtb information Obtain*, ed from a. L, QUaife^ Iowa State .. ffi'pouhds : of gf6UM tltsj 800 jioiihds -of iground alfalf|yi pounds > ; bf; -protein 40 tJiel'dient oofflmerflhil .... brMiiiSl parts of .tattkBjfe: neat &f T '""' """*"'" itotf'jbufctertfillk later j mill iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiliiii iiiiiiiiiliiiiiiliiiiiiii iiUiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiii Need A Windbreak? Home Need Landscaping? Lagerstroms Giving JFarm:An Overhaul Mr. and Mrs,"Torkel I/agerstrom, ! who purchased, a fqrm 'northwest of Algona last year and have been attending Iowa State college during the winter, are temporarily, jiving in Algona, where they are' •taking a Misbach apartment while work is being done on the farm. The Lagerstroms are,doing extensive repair work on the place, six miles north-;and one and a half; miles west of Algona, and. are looking forward to their life on the' place.' . T. B. Officers Re-elected All officers of the Kossuth T. B. Ass'n were re-elected, at a' they took Mr. and Mrs!'' James luncheon and^ annualI meeting of <-• = --- —' -' •' « the group, held last:;Friday noon at the Algona hole 1 . C. B. Murtagh is county chairman, Mrs. John Kenefick seal drive chairman, and L. S. Bohannon, secre- .tary-treasurer. Currier and daughter Dora on the previous Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Currier are parents.of Mrs. Shore and they -have bepn here since December with the Shores and wi'th Mi-, and Mrs. Ray Braun, the latter being : another daughter. Keith Thaves, who was recently discharged after four years of service in the army, canie from Minneapolis Thursday and re-> mained until Friday with; his uncle and his wife, Mr.' and Mrs, Edward Thaves. He is jthe son of the late Gus Thaves,) former editor of the newspaper "Burt Monitor," who died about; six years ago. His mother is living in Albert Lea. Mrs. Gerald Bahling and little four-year-old daughter Frances Jean visited her -parents IVIr. and jMrSi G. ,11. Sharp Monday and' 11 from here went to Mason City where their child, a polib victim last fall, is being checked' at reg-- ular intervals at the Mercy hospital. Her first treatments were given at the University hospital in Iowa City. She is recovering nicely though somewhat;' slowly. Mrs. Frank Vera and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee are driving to: Omaha Wednesday taking Rutn Ann Sigsbee to Hastings, Neb., whore she will enter upon a six weeks (raining required at the mental hospital there before completing her course in nursing. They will bring Elvie Vera back from Hastings to Omaha as she has just completed her required time there and will continue her training in Omaha. . •. Mrs. William Fritz of Titonka entered the Mercy hospital at Mason City Wednesday and on Thursday Mr. Fritz and his sister-in-law Mrs. Hallard ; Snyder drove to Mason City to be with her while she underwent'isurgery Thursday morning. Miss' Bonnie Snyder was also in Maspn City having been in Clear Lake at the music contest and accompanied several girls to Mason City to spend the day. > Mo. M. 3-c Don Sjogren arrived Sunday morning from Norfolk, Va., on a 30-day furlough which will be spent with Shis parents Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sjogren. He has been oh the U$S Collingsworth. His twin .brother Mo. M, M. 3-c Dean Sjogiten is in Pearl Harbor with the U. S. S. Crittenden, which has been designated for the bomb test. Both young men are eligible for discharge in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney returned Tuesday from '•• Balboa, Calif., where they spent the winter. They drove out with Mr, and Mrs. George Stewart. The winter was not as pleasant as they had anticipated, being chilly, and they believe an Iowa winter with adequate heating facilities is much pleasanter than California with its lightly constructed houses and poor heating arrangements. Jimmy Raney, son of Dr. and Mrs. Hoight Raney of Wesley came to visit his grandparents the day after their arrival and remained until Saturday. Mr. and Mi*. W, A, White have received word from their daughter Mrs. .Max Buck that he,r husband has re*enlisted and is being sent to Omaha April 0. In civilian life, he was a pastor at Austin, Minn., and wifl be re* membered by many Algonians who have heard him speak at various tiroes when visiting here and whemon furlough. He is now a major and the family has been living in Austin, Tex. They have a family of .four children, Juanita, who was graduated from the Algona high school and is now attending the university at Austin, Pilljfi, Donald and Laurel. Major $uck has been stationed at Bergstrvun PJeld. near .Austin and until hevreaehes Omaha and receives his assignment he fras WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Phone or Write f (more iiriery YOU CAN PLANT NURSERY STOCK AS SOON AS YOU CAN WORK THE GROUND Drop a Postal Card or Phone Us Your Ne«d« Now! Telephones 30 and 157 El more ELMOEE. MINNESOTA Cars Get Spring Fiver Too I Your Got It Must Continue to Give Service Until You Can Get A New One! DRIVE IN NOW FOR IMMEDIATE SERVICE BY EXPERIENCED MEN Motor Tune-up Tire Inspection Body Tightening Light Inspection Check Fuel Pump Lubrication Battery Check Wiring Check-up Valves, Compression Wheels, Brakes And Many Other Necessary Overhaul Items 8 MEN READY NOW TO GIVE SER.VJO* \i Uraisieres hitc or flesh. Sizes 34 40. lis event ' I 0 Ladies Belts ist received. In white. 11 zes> 59* D Cotton Hose I For ladies. Cveryday wear. Of* Sizes 9 to 10 Vf 00 Anklets For children, Ul sizes thru JO 1 /? JD Boys Shorts [Sizes 26 to 34. Broadcloth. Asst. patterns. EJ Men's Vests | Cotton knit. Good weight. All sizes, DPolo3Hirts kong or short sleeves, colors 'CHILD'S HATS For that spring outfit.' Just received RAYON WEAR Panties, Briefs. Made of spun rayon. fiOfi Up from Ladies' Neckwear .00 Collars, Dickeys, Jabots, Scarfs. A large display on the front counter, Priced from 1 DINNERWARE Your choice of'85.8$* t y 3) sorted patterns in 32*pc, 35 pc, or 54 pg. sets, Mfiial or (told GIRLS BLOUSES ChiWI PANTS Garment Q Window Shades 36"x6' for your sprmgj house cleaning D White Cups St. Denis style. Not many left. so hurry t . 1OJL 1 & Z D Pyrex Bowls 4 pc, color bowl s<j Brighten your kitchen P Table Lamps A good sized one. liven your room D Combined 4 "'•'•"*"• • ; D Suit Cases • T^pJ. ^JHfllSJMBfjHR.'' P5?|(ft^ ijp^R.

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