The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1946 · Page 2
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' f ^^S^KWffm^m^fiS»^KM We arc, again buying wool for titc Commodity Credit Corporation and the pi-ice is about the same as last year. Medium wool 45c. JOE GREENBERG Phone 118 Tuesday, April 23—Matinee 2 P. M. The Greatest-Outdoor Romance. :The Fightin'est story ever told! Gordon Graham, turf, fqkesa Ringsted Girl as Bride, April 14 Hurt: Gordon Gnaham, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham, and Lois Jean Peterson, Ringsted, were married in a double ring ceremony at 7 p. m. Sunday, April 14, in the Methodist church nt Ringsted. The bride wore a blue street dress with white accessories. She is a graduate of. the Ringsted school and took college work at Cedar Palls. The past year she has taught in n P'aJo'.AHp county school. The bridegroom, who was attended by his brother Bruce, is a 1942 graduate of the Burt high school. He arrived home early in January after serving 21 months in the Pacific, serving on Guinea, the Bismarck !^eMp,eifa«' go,'Luzon and tfdpa'n. '«e 'wis in the service about "31 months: 'Me 1 •has been assisting his father in the Standard service station since .hj|, return home. He plans.to enter Iowa 'State; college at Ames in'theVfall,.,whffi he will lake a course hit' dairy m'* dustry. ' . ,' : ; : : .':'•• > The newlyweds had planned to keep the news of their'marriage, secret until fall, but <the -news leaked out, so they decided:to'a'n« nounce it. , . __________________ few days with Her daughter Mrs, ' -Ames. came Saturday for a visit at .tha home of the letter's parents Dr, a'hd'iMr^. I*. C, Scanlan and returned Sunday evening. Rlfehatfl ;is .& student atiAni^i. " •••"•'"••" * •; Mt. and M** t % J, . street to . their ftbiiae' on 36test v State! ' >d'f Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 24-25-26-27—Daily Matinee Sunday and Monday, April 28-29 GIVE TO FIGHT GIVE TO FIGH1 Alice Morgan spent the weekend at her home in Eagle Grove. Lura Sewick, Forest City teacher, spent an over Easter vacation at her home here. Dr. and Mrs. K., K. Richardson spent Tuesday and Wednesday in DCS Moines on business. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon enjoyed a weekend visit from the lattcr's father Charles Duh/gg of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Klooster and daughter spent the weekend at Eagle Grove at the home of Mrs. Robert Morgan. Mrs. Harris Wadsworth of Armstrong spent a few days last week with her cousin and husband Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jenson. Mrs. Alfred Schercr and children Dorothy and LeRoy spent Sunday in Cylinder with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Fude. I&Vonne Adams and Wanta Lee Runehey went to D-i:; Monies Thursday to spend the weekend visiting LaVonno's sist.?:', AiJecn, Gaunt. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lee went to Sioux City Tuseday on business. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirkpatrick and were overnight guests. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Donovan returned Friday from Santa Ana, Calif., where they spent three months visiting their .son Ralph antl family. Richard Scholtcs who is a student at Loras college, Dubuque, arrived Wednesday and remained until Tuesday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scholtes. Gerald Lindstrom of Yctter, Iowa, had business here recently and while in town was a guest at the home of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lindstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Husrh Raney have -rented the .Russell 'Cobk'a'partment until the Cooks return from their resort at Potato Lake. Minn., which will be until about December 1. Mrs. T. F. O'Hairc and daughter Ann came from DPS Moines Friday and 'remained till Monday with the former's father H. E. Rist and sister Mrs. Alice O'Rourke. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth and daughters Marian anrl Kathy poent Sunday in Lake Crystal, Minn., with 1he hitter's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. John Gnppn. Mr. and Mrs. Verticil Ludwiff and children Deannn and Vernell Jr. visited recently in Rolfo with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ludwig, the former beiim a brother of Vernell. Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobs and daughter Mary Ann of Granville and Emmet Full of Iowa State college, Ames, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schilmoeller. Guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson Saturday were Mrs. Marie Kunz and daughters Mary Adine and June Aclele David Macumbcr has recovered from the chicken pox and now his 'little brother Tommy ,aged 4, is sick with it. The little boys are- the, sons of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Macumber. Angela Kisch, student at St. of Wesley and Rochester. Esther Burke of Angelo Academy, Carroll, is spending a few days-Easter Vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kisch, Whittemorc. : • Mr. and Mrs. Hjalmcr Rosewall of Blue Earth spent last .week.end with the former's ' mother Mrs. Charley Rosewall who makes" her home in an apartment 1 'with Mrs. Alma Nelson. ' '• " ' •Dr. and Mrs. II. G. Decker Of Des Moines visited recently with the lattre's mother,,Mrs. 'R. J. Hutchison and sister Mrs'. Rachel Brown. Mrs. Decker is/the former Ruth Hutchison. Lt. Patricia Matern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Matern, arrived recently and will remain .with her parents for a couple of months for a vacation and rest. She has been in service in Salpan. Mrs. Alma Nelson returned the first of the week from a:'forl-night visit with her son Wilford , and family in Cincinnati. She -went to helo celebrate the third birthday of her grandson Paul Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas ' Riley went to Waterloo last weekend and brought the former's father John Riley home with them for an indefinite time. The senior Mr. Riley had been visiting his daughter. : • - Mrs. Verne Liesveld and children Deane and Sus?m; Mrs., ,A1 Buchner and Mrs. A. Salmen of Glenview, 1)1.. .visited from Thursday until Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball. •''•' '• '; ; ..vCftR 1 MrVMSd Mies. -CJySe l; SffepK8n# of Bedford. la., visited over the Easter holidavs with their daucfi- lor. Mrs. R. V. Fitch,-and family. Mrs. Fitch's sister, Hazel Stephens, of Cedar Rapids, also was here. " ••:• Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd ."Fardel and son Daniel Craig of Forest City returned.to their'home Monday after visiting since Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Fardel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S.' Blossom. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Derner, Milford, are the proud parents >of an 8-lb. son born March 31 at thp Spencer Municipal Hospital. He has been named Patrick Marvin. Mrs. Derner is the former Loretta Kisch. Dr. Lyle G. Ellis of Hartford, Conn., visited in' Algpna recently with his wife, who is here helping care for her mother, 'Mrs. Erick Nelson. He.had been in Minneapolis on business. Mrs. Ellis expects to be here'for severaj weeks. Croft and Will move May 10 to the .former .Martin A. Jenson •house •oh'nbrth'Golby which'they recently purchased. Mildred Simpson '-who -Is •* stu« dent at Ames'Canie'Friday~aria was an -oy.ernight guest at 'the! home; of i •Mr.-.-ahd Mrs. G/-S., S^Qbee'.;'Sat4ir-! day fnorniijg.:she.Weiit'to'the h&me of- her parents MrY:'a'iid v MrsY-WaU ! lace Sinipsbn of ' . EmmertrHegetty aiid'-Mr. James .-NorHi i?n April >14 arid' respectively, 'the Hegerty child at' the Kossuth hospital, and the ,N.pr- n's child at home. This is the second Child: for the Hegertys and the third for .th<!> Norris, family. :Mr. anil ;Mis. L. H. Crawford and three 1 kinS o'f Minrieapolis visited from ' Wednesday until Sunday ,w}th ; the ilattpr's 'mother, Mrs, ;Mflcy''Mill,er, ! Dind other •Algona ,.,ir.61atiyes, and with' .Mr.- CrawjfjorjIJs 1 ' ^father,' .James : C4 .Cra\y : fp^,d'.at WJiittemore. ' 1 'MK .aijd 'yirs'. iiJrbanrS. Baxter of '11x811 L \ver^'- weekend .guests' • 6f; Mr.' and 'Mrs.iLlpyd:Robihsoh. ; 'Mrs.' Baxter ;is7ari atmtjof ;Mrs. 'Robin- 1 son; • Om Sunday' they were joined; by ••Mi-; '4rid ''Mrs. J. :R. 'Baxter aribV Mr. and ^Mrs. L. J. Baxter of /Ida' Jensen's slater Orflce AHdefsdn, Smith ."(Hbme " ^fiofiy. se O^jbJiyer.He-jAtfe.i^.pi'eftS'vJjf A daugthter' .feorn April $ <".at -the Kossuth Hospital and weighing ef'fl sIsfeK JUtte Steven,. left • ffrl nine little girl has , beeti nameai'Maureen Ann. . She Vtas 'bSbtiaed Suhday, Apftl at'St. (Bened'ict .WltK Pathe^^ pel oifficlatlnl, : ; ^-Sponsors Bahef'oft. " :41t6':: hay,e. two girls. Meschei 1 •«£ Tnilgeses 1 Larson and her fiance Wrfliarn Hb'bblris'b'f. Madison/'Wis'.,' came recently from Chicago where MlS"s '.Larsoft': is . irt nurses .training: at St. Luke's hospital, and Mr, Hobblnsils a.riJ'edic'aKstudent, for ; a 'Visit -With'-'tMVfoi'hier's parents: Mr. lanArtMrs. ' Larsori.| Mr. H^Bbins iretiirrt^d to Chicago the tftfSiW- last"; w«*kV but MiSsi ' iatibn. "?She':W)|l be : graduated in'' Miy.'. ,- - ''•• •'••• > : v "-':' •; Mrs. A. L. Peterson arrived home Monday -from 'California, where .she spent several weeks with her son Ralph in Los Angeles. She .also visited dn : San; FranciscOt where she" met <he'r< brothers, G. C. and H. D. Norton. Among former Algonians whom shfe.saw .were 'Mrs;'ytbii Quihiiri, ;Mjarjbrie)Bpwye'r "Bier], a ^r'oup: :df" our 'foi-mer iliivermore school-, mates, the :Howard Wallaces and-' •the Charles .Palmers. ' ' (C. 'W. ','Morck 'Went ito :Minneap ii-l <-*•<_•'.. I'.'- '-. -• '.' ,.i- *>• '.•-. •'.* ' t - <•>'« *•-. •• Grtove.Hhe';men being'brothers of .., , Urban'Baxter.' Morck was . olis .Saturday 'and ibrOught "^rs. Mprck ' home : Monday. '{She rh^d been .visiting : th(Hr daughter,' Mrs. :D. :D. : Greer, and family '.the past week. Mr. Greer's g'rand-i ,-MiVfand 1 Mrs. Jack 'Talty .and. soft '.iTohfihy. bf D,es .Moines fe- tucned.to ••their, home Sunday after a visit'at 'the'home of Mrs. Tally's :parent$, Mr. .and 'Mrs. Chris ; Knudspn. Mrs. talty and. son ;had .been here several days. Mr. Talty'-ca'me'for them Sunday. iMr.:and>]^iis. JohniFerwuson of Des Moiries'iarid .Lewis'Ferguson of Ames spent the weekend with their mother, Mrs. W. -K. 'Ferguson. John . is managing a lumberyard at Martindale, a short distance from Des'Moines. Lewis is taking some refresher courses at Iowa State College. Mrs. L. G. 'Baker has .received word, .'that her > son 'Durwbod has been promoted to the rarik of captain.'He'is 'stationed in Korea, in-an army .'laboratory which manufactures serum for typhus and-has 72'Veterinarians under, his' supervision. Hp also inspects hospital fppd. /' •:•.! Patricia and •'fSTominy" Lynch, ^rs. .jJToe Scanlan, daughter " r of Df^arrd'VMrsV'F/vC; Scafllan, retprhed the first of:the week to Iowa City where they are students at the university, after spending Easter with their respective parents. The 'Misses Lynch were accompnaied by a friend Betty Cole who is.also a student, and who was -their house guest during ;the vacation. mqther died. last -Week,. and Mrs. •I\/TA...I. assisting .with :the K'^m .. filfe tor'; tlfe ; feast -three '; -'their .'fidreftte, ri Mr. ,aj} C. "TSSoy r flM m , .iiii Walt,er .' ' ' . , '.'if It*. ; Beillah Brand void and •Jiii'Si last week for a visit with MA and Mrs, ,;L«li4 : ,'R»ss. Thef ormer is. A ' the latter is his other. ' Mrst^Srandvold returned to Des>M&lne?";last Saturday but Mrs, HSsiVrenfalned for a longey Visit. :, Oh Tftiir'sdny Marjorie Ross, aaiighteit 1 . 6f : Mr, and Mrs. Leslie 'Ross,|dame from Des. Moines for •her 'Easter vacation and Will .re* torn tb" her studies at A. 1. B. Monday.. ; : ., ! : •'•• " : ; :' : '• - '• Easter Sunday jdhmcr guests of Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman : were Mr. ,aHd Mlfs. 'P. J. VKohWia'a's .ahd son .Phillie, 'fietty Kohlhaas and ' ?Br¥hd of Clarion and 'R6se ' '' ' Mrs. Bourne : / " . tertdrnjed'illsther Fellows and "-Mr. arid i'^lrS, TEiigene Miirtagh . and :daughter.jjudy'at:dinnera'hursday evening. Miss Fellows has been] four 'filftht-'nleee ov«*?|tilff«d springs; coii bpard; ;<ub; large trunk; ;bii cahiicd 'fruit; ctirtalhsj, to4(S}' esj k|tc)»«i yvarcif elJ8dtr!|6 Iawn"?mowisr! .-meii'* ' ' fflrls' clothing; ahd bthe All.must be sold. N" before sale. -'.;-'• m inet otf Minions Lynch, : :and June Ann ' "' By Bresbyterian \Vomen Satwtdt^r April 2? At Masonic Temple Open;at 8:00 TENTH ANNIVERSARY Statement of Security State Algona, Iowa April 20,1946 "The Friendly Bank Where Your Business Is Appreciated" RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $ 492,597.41 United Stales Bonds 1,369,304.78 Federal Reserve Bank Stock 2,800.00 Overdrafts 42.41 Bank Bldg., Fur. and Fix 14,000.00 Cash and Due from Banks 947,967.30 $2,826,711.90 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus and Profits. 50;522.04 Deposits— Sight ',$2,702,909.80 Savings t23,280.08 Time None Total Deposits .:.......-. 2,728,189.86 care of her .grandchildren Jimmy and DeeDee.' 'Mr. Greer's' •'mother, with ;whom his Jgrandrnother had lived for-marjy years, died about three months ago. •John :Sppnqrl»erg and ihis cpus in, ; Carl ; SpbHgbergi • s'bns ; of 'Harry and ;Qeo, ; Spongberg, respectively, .spent 'Easter ; at ': their homes in Algona. -Both .boys are taking training in Minneapolis, John • in electrical engineering and Carl as an illustrator. Both boys are veterans of World War II. John, who was a commandp, •was captured in Africa and spent several years in Italian and German prison camps. They returned to their work Sunday. A.family gathering 1 was.enjoyed Easter at the home .'of Mr."arid' Mrs. Alfred Semon. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. M. W. 'F'a'hdel, parents of Mrs Semon, . and Mr. and 'Mrs. Nick.Semon, parents of Alfred, all of Whittemorei Mrs. Marie ,Hogan and, children Stanley and Mary-Rae ofiWh'ittembre; Mr. and Mrs. Menrio: Llmberg'-of' Buffalo Center'and Mr. and Mrs? *. ; W.' Welp of 'Mason City. Mrs; Limberg and, Mrs. Welp are daughters of Mr.:and Mrs! Alfred Semon. JLOAHED |V1TH KXT1IA VALVE! ''•'- ••!?''"-••'•' • R,' rf . . . f* »|iE XO W-PIU.CE You should -tee th« ncw.HpmUc now. You 'Should 'lenrjti about its extra vttliit features ''that make it the .fine car with , the lpw : price.' Yf hy:not conie in now? You will' be thrilled with-the new 19^6- PontiajC. Phone 52 •$,2^26,71},^ OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS C. B. Murtagh President J. W. Haggard Vice President Frank Kchlhaas Vice President E. A. Schemel Cashier J. R. Murtagh Asst. Cashier Opened fat Bigness 4P*U ^P> I ¥: ,™« We are very proud of this statement and Scarce f ! WeIl, in the-past'few vyeeks we've found out how scarce and hard to get i they •Were. ''.' ' " >! "'" ! ' ' ''' ".; • ; '"'.".""." ' '-.."'"'. "'"';"''" :^r : ' • • •• ••••-,;.-»!'- ' ' . S • We've had orders f torn South Dakota an d Nebraska. " . . ; / ,A man from St. Paul drove down and bo ught light fixtures for his home i there. A il^dy f ron» Rockf ord, 411., ^wrote and said a friend in sthe l here had told her alboiit pur light fixture ••Quite a/number of ;pepplc from distant points in Iowa have cpme in or written in about light fixtures/ ' : '.- ": " \^^i'.':-'.'-.'.-f^ : ' / "- ' :; V';"" So— while it is still possible for us to fill prder^, we s'pyr— -. •'i, TflE-LISTBEJljOW ... PICK OUT THE FIXTURES HOME NEEDS .'.. SEEflCHEM AT PRATES NOW (12) POROH FIXTURES of Colonial brass, a neat design in wall bracket style...'. $4.5,5 (7) PORCH FIXTURES in brass finish, side mounting, with vapor-enclosed glass $4.00 fU)-PORCH WGWTS, Wapk weatherprpqf material wit)i open side 'light .$1,9)), (4) RITCIJEN FIXTURES, glass end.fluorescent adapter type .../.-. 4955 (2) KITCHEN UNITS, ' (4) »AT3»ROOM MIRROR' units, IJuorescent type with. chrome fittings .:.'„ .,$6 M ) 'B,AT?imPOM UNITS, orescent tubes in white -$6,85 (7) BJPROOM , .Cfiipn^l jnv^teri een,ter bqwl, type in •Sh.oicsfpJ green, pegch .t}ntrgia8s....'.......43.3r). (6) KITCHEN QR WORKROOM UNITS, a neat and efficient fixture that takes up to 150 <watt bu}b .....:.. $1.50 (13) ASSORTED KITCHEN 'FIXTURES designed-to give efficient light on worjdng spaces .....,.,..;..:$3.50 (3) DININQ 'ROOM -FIXTURES, chain type that may be adjusted 'for height, U4 inch bowls ..:.;.:..... ;.........:..$0.90 (6) FLAiRE TYPE DJNING (FIXTURES, adjustable 1C h,ajn type with-fl8''ed'b.pw}s in choice crystal pr eggshell $.9.90 (8) 4-LITB RJNINQ n type,, that. $19,95 (3) BEDROOM :FIXTU.RES with frosted, bowl that hrfrigs on'three'chains v...:.,,......,....,\$ 1 2;80 vwith clear 'glass bpttor^ and frosted sides, ohrome:. hangers $2.5(pV- : • '•'••'- V 1 "'.'i.-;v«-:••-•• (5). DEibpo -BOBQH TUBES }n ship tjreeTl§rnR 4e- •• (9) >-<.*-W' xtwre tor or heaiter, Ihdjv'jdiiai g\yhi '$1,25'".:'"'*''.' * - c ' .''''-.'^. T : • -•'"' ) ;'. _M(6) 3tF'R!ENeH |JNG,;tt*tures with pldi beading btf the Hm..v.:.»..u Jg r. : 'M^%&&&&&*£ : 1&^^

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