The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1946 · Page 16
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six- NEW HONOR ROLL, LUVERNE HI, NAMES 16TOPSTUDENTS Lu Verne: Those pupils on the honor roll for the last six weeks arc: Freshmen—Jean Jolliffe, Marilyn Rahm, Joanne Sanford and Jolene Sanford. Sophomores—Merlyn Swanson, Marcia Downs, Geraldine Henderson and BarbniM Meyer. Juniors—Robert Mcye.-, Norma Ramus, Gcnevieve Thompson and Nadine Wittanburg. Seniors—Hurley JEsrayton, Robert Hardcopf, William Meyer, Janet Schneider and Phvllis Swansbii. Two students have an hofior roll nvorugfe of "A." They are Bcfty Schulz arid Blythe Larson. Both girls are freshmen. Ill Wilh Pneumonia Hal Rogers is ill at his homo with pneumonia. His daughter, Mrs. Jack LaWarne of Fort Dodge, is helping care for her father. Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley observed 'their 25th wedding anivers- ary Friday evening and a few relatives and friends gathered at their home to help them celebrate the occasion. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus and Janice, Mrs. Anna Sankey and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsoh and Doris. LIFE WITH CITY CLUB Mot toiMftr ivarnc tt, si p.m. mult HIS TONCiUE HAN^SOUTAMV FURTHER. HE CAM WEAR.'iT FOR. KJO LIQUIDS, HUH ? AND I THOUGHT VOU'D LIKfe A COUPLE OF BOTTLES OF SCHMIDTS. NOW I'LL HAVE TO DRINK "EM MVSELF Birthday Dinner A birthday dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr. -and Mrs. Milo. Patterson honprine the birthday of Mr. Patterson. Those attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Walter McPeak and son Milton of Renwick, T-Sgt. Irvin Chapman of Denver Colo., and Mrs. Chapman of Dns Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagist, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Mr. and Mrs. F, I, Chapman,.Mr. and,Mrs. I. H. Benedict, Charles Patterson and Jennie and Lottie Mason. W. S. C. S. Circles Convene The Circles of the Methodist W. S. C. met Wednesday afternoon with a large attendance at the three Circles. Circle 1 met at the home of Mrs. Frank Sanford with Mrs. Van Hansen as assistant hostess. Mrs. Allen Brink of Renwick was a guest. Circle 2 met at the home of Mrs. P. C. Lichtv with Miss Grace Lichty as the assistant hostess. Mrs. Wayne Sanford was a euest. Circle 3 met at the country home of Mrs. Robert Hardcopy with Mrs. John Tiss assisting hostess. Mrs. Stanley Genrich was a guest. NATIONAL BABY WEEK "Mommy . . . how ivbout ffivins: me my bath, duslinpr me all over with that nice powder . . . and then while I'm taking my nap, you skip on down to CHRISTENSEN'S and pick out some of those wonderful new baby ivcarablcs for Spring and Summer." Infants' Dresses Knit Rompers Knit Suits Sweater Sets Playtex Pants Baby Blankets Bonnets T-Shirts Flannel Gowns Baby Books CJ. Chenille Bedspreads Cuddle Nests Carriage Robes Satin Crib Sets Headquarters for "Playskool" Toys CHRISTENSEN'S "ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER" Robert Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas, arrived home recently and has received his discharge from the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schultz spent the weekend in Pella visiting at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Everett Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus spent the weekend in Decorah visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Siem and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shierk accompanied by Mrs. George Tiecle, spent Thursday in Des Moines, where Mr. Shirk attended a druggist's convention. Mrs. Ella Woito has returned to her home here after spending the winter months with her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Meyer in Clarion. Mrs. Art Riley returned home Friday evening from Redwood Falls, Minn., where she had spent the week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ballard. Ervin Barton and 'his son Earl returned home the last of the week from Rochester, Minn., where they had spent several days going through the Mayo Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson left Thursday for Kimball, Neb., after spending the winter months here. Mr. Anderson will be employed in construction work at Kimball. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Toohey and family attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Toohcy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Thelen at Milford op Easter Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, Miss Florence Hof and Miss Rubyc Godfrey spent Thursday afternoon in Mason City visiting Ed Hof arid 'Mrs.'CJlla Godfrey, who arc in Mercy hospital there. 63 JOINED TITONKA CHURCH, EASTER Tilonka: Sixty-three person were received into the Methoclis faith in the Titonka Methodis church and eight persons in Doa church, Easter Sunday. Th Methodist church received sue a large membership due to th efforts of the membership visi lation committee. Plans have been made for ad ditional membership classes i (he very near future for both Ti tonka and Doan. Persons received into the Ti tonka church by transfer and re affirmation of faith were: Mi and Mrs. Burton Hansen, C. Hench, Mrs. D. H. James, Mrs. Ii L. Krantz, Mrs. Maurice Kcii Mrs. Leo Orthel, Mr. and Mrs Charles Peterson, Lois Peterson Mrs. A. M. Peterson, Marian Thacker, and Mr. and Mrs. Ever ctt Rippentrop. Person received by professior bf faith and from preparatory membership were: Wm. Ames bury, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.- Becd Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Boeckholdt Roy Budlong, Shirley Gallics Sharon Callies, Max Carr, Mrs Phyllis Falk-Carr, C. H. Cooper Richard Downs, Robert Downs Mrs. W. J. Denton, Etta Eden Mrs. Louise Eden, Mrs. Lynn Kuchenreuther and Donna Krominga. Russel Krominga, Bette Krominga, R. L. Krantz, Kenneth Krantz, Mrs. Dayle Higgins, Lavonne McColley, Glenda McColley, Claire Moore, Leo Orthel PRKSCRIPTIONS® To Our Pharmacist, your prey criplion it Personal Businesj. He respccl» ihe confidence you have placed in him and fully realize* his responsibility. That ii why he it honor-bound to compound it with the iilinust care. W lour JL Registered Pharmacist Ohnesorge Prug I'bone 318 5 E, State St., Algoua Mr. and Mrs. Wm 1 lMe'rsori| Mf. and Mrs, Arthur •t'etersori, "<Jtfft and Mrs. George Peterson, Mrs. Donald Schutjer, Eldon Schutjer, Mildred Schuljer, Patricia Schutjer, Mrs. Leota Schutjer, Wm. Pchutjor, Bonnie Schutjer and Keith Stott. Wilbur Willis, Mr. ahd Mrs. George A. Young, Keith Voting, Earl Young, Ronald Young, Kathleen Young and James Wiiv ttr. ; Person received Into the Doan church by transfer and.. reaffir- matlon of faith were':' Mr. nnd Mrs. John Miller, Doris Miller, Betty Miller, Shirley Miller. Persons received into the Doan church by profession of faith were: Guy Carlson, l Guy Carlson Jr., and Pauline Miller. Edward fioykeft returned hotrte Fiiday Worn Exeeftlar StfrlMs,,, Mo., Wheffe he ihad aft oferatloft some three weeks, ago. Mr, aftd Mi's. John ftoelfflefna of Des Moittes Wci-0 EastCf SUti- day guests' .at the hdthe 6f IHefr" daughter Mrs. Carl P. dallies. ; Mrs. Wm. Larson ,1s still in a cHtical condition at a Mason City hospital. Mr. LarsOrt .-and thbir daughter are with her> Constantly- , Misses' Fannic and AlkedPann- k»k returned home Wednesday after receiving ^thell? dlschafge from the. WAVES at Great" Lakes, 111. ,. Fred Hagcn went to Chicago last week and drove home a new Chrysler car, and now FreU Is one of the very few people In tivlftl new, cars. ifmy aftd bbt-is Miller ttdhell,. S. ,-D., with Harold 'datlsOli' and .the r4st of the IttUfeB;. The^-afe flviftg a Loats. atttf ea both 6f thfe University of e,' sp-<?Ht .from 'Thursday uhtil Sunday evening' with {he Thomas Loatsr family. They left from S*t>rt Dodge, • Mrs. 'Vernon Rlcklefs came (hoffie 'Monday from a Mason City hospital, where she had b'een.fbi- several .weeks and had been seriously, ill. 1 She has improved materialy. the last couple of weeks, Wilbur Schram arrived home last Wednesday, having been discharged at Camp McCoy. Wilbur , /.has.Meft fg: Mi the baby; this week, . ^ Mr./awd MM. 'Geoff e Schmidt/ deo. Schmidt .Jff. ,«Wd, '.Hafdl Schmidt and Helen Be'eMeri'. re turned home-Mm last Frlday'irflotti ttany, intttatt&ar , •thlngd, but roost. dl Ml'.'tfiey enjoyed Wa's the R&yort, Silk aftd Nylon Hose in Mexico. More than enough for everyone. CowanBldgSupplyCo, , W\fA ' • ' > ' ' Chills Thrills Suspense Laughs Beauties Musk COMING ay 7-8P.M. ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM .i... • f •*:',' ,'• ;v' * '. + > A Show The gntiire Family Will Enjoy (CARL MARLOW) - ACE MAGICIAN (Showing: in Alfrona Fallowing; An Enffascmint at the Corn Palace, Mitchell. S. D.) And Ah All Star Cast Including Betty Luzon ...... .........:.; Contortionist; Doris Miller.. .... ..... ;.......-:... <.. Assistant Betty Miilerl..... ...-.....:..;.. 'Assistant Shirley Millier... .;.:... .:.,.., Assistant Gc0rgi$-!Ham^ Aline M»rtihek:.: .:-.:,.;,: Accompanist World Faftious Buzz Saw Illusion ;<:< '"' '• '"•n«--. " ' • ' • •-"•' ; '---' • •;:••-..' • ....•• ' DEATH DEFYING MYSTERY—Here is an uni-etouclied photograph of -the giant buzz saw, just as used by the Great Blacks tone, in his death defying mystery, You see here the Ace Magician Harold Carlson (Carl Marlow), grimly watching the whirling buzz saw traveling at 3600 revolutions. MYSTERY oF the Doll House BELIEVE IT OR NOT—But there it is right before, your eyes! You'll say it can't be done, but the Ace Magician does it, AND—the girl is a beauty. TICKETS Balcony 50c (plus Fed. (ax JQc, and lo) 61p Main Flpor 7Jc (plus Fed. tax 14c, and 2c) $7c 83c (plus Fed. tax 17e, 31*4 M $1-08 (Center Section, First 15 Bows) SEE- "The Garden of Flowers" "Myrtery of the Doll House" "The Enchanted Chest" "The Lady Without the MidcUe'' "Baffling Trunk Mystery" And Many Feats of Great Magip Sponsored by the

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