The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1946 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 7, 1946
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...J: Oft Thursday afterrloon .:.- A, fclng-el and Mrs. Albert <w«ra hostesses to the Meth* 9. C, S. a.t the church, -,—6ns were led by 'Mrs. [rle& Bdshara. 'A mfsSlbnary -$; waOead by Mrs. Harold fy -^0f. Plans were made' for a 'J^tofy bake sale to be held at the foxtJtrte'etlftg Thursday, May flth tma church. Mrs. Carl Burrows '111 B6 hostess at this meeting. LOCALS Mri. Anna Bowman was taken o Ahe Kossuth hospital Thursday oe'.mcdlcal care. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Perclval njoycd a Sunday visit from Mr. ma Mrs. Albert Ghrj^lensenj pa- ierit of Mrs. Perclval, of Royal. * Mrs* Oscar Anderson returned ffiuhday from the General hospital |rf Fort Dodge where she had been •'" patient since a week ago Thurs, Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk and Mr. hid -Mrs. J. D. Broderson of Har- Hii; spent last week tin Chicago jhere they attended a Studebaker Ireeting. /Jitns Anderson of Missouri, came [bid-week for a visit with his f'flnd wife Mr. and Mrs. Nels lonsen artd his sister Mrs. Julius lunsgof Wesley. , ) Mr. and Mrs.' Ernest Anliker and hmily, Beverly, Elma, Lou and |alC''went to Minneapolis Satur- y. On Sunday they went to Win- hrop to spend the day with Mends. i, Mn and Mrs. George St. John kturned Wednesday from Hori- fm, Wis., where they attended the entcnnial celebration of the PreS- /terlan church and also visited iclntlves. E. : J. Van Ness returned Saturday evening . from San Antonio. Texas, where he was 'called re- |:cntly by the serious illness of his on, Rodney. The latter is now out ff danger. ) Mrs. William Dau and County Recorder Clara Walker went to Minneapolis Tuesday where both |,rc taking treatments for a cir-; ulatory ailment. Mrs. William Higgins of Sioux .'...; arrived Friday for a week's visit with -her 'dauehter-hv-law, 'Ira. William B. Higgins and Ujrandson Billy Pat. W, G. Curtis was dismissed from jic General hospital Monday fol- fwing an appendectomy. He is ettina alone nicely. Ruth Peter- jpn, of Chaniton, 'a sister of Mrs. Surtis, came Tuesday for.a visit of peral days. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sandberg pturned last week from a visit yith their son and his wife Mr. ncl Mrs. Caryl Sandberg at Sioux <alls. The M. Sandbergs, who have fecn here from Lake Mills the past ycck, returned home Thursday. [Mrs. George Grow, associate ed- jario'f the Carroll Record, of Car- |ll|yliited:Mrs. LeRoy McWhbr r tCvs." S.'Hi Gill of Havelock orriv- ;rl for a few days visit with Mrs. /TcWhorterand Mrs. Gill., ^Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandow of [Jcclar Rapids spent Wednesday nd Thursday with the former's krcnts Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bran- bw. A family dinner was enjoyed the parental home Thursday, 'joyd is with the Osco drug company, in Cedar Rapids. (Robert Marshall arrived Tues)iy from Minneapolis, where he cived his discharge from the |avy. He had been in service Birco years, most of his.' time jiving been spent in the South acific. He is with' his mother, rrs. Ellen Marshall, near Irv- pgton. I Mrs. B. A. Galbraith accompan- her daughter Dorothy to 'Fort lodge iFriday where she was taken ambulance to .the Mercy hos- al. Dorothy has had rheumatic Uver for some time and recently Ijid another attack. Her condition tcame serious enough to warrant [capitalization. 7Mr. and Mrs. B. B, Waller will uendv-the' low-a Press Association nventlon 4n Des Moines, at the otel Fort Des Moines, Friday and Sturday. Mr. Waller, co-publish- .ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA er ol the ttepci* Cos 'Moincs, is one of a panel to Ipkd an'opeh forum discussion, Ffld^^moftilng, on the problems of larger weekly papers. Mif. *«<f Mw 84m Medfit afid Mr. and Mra.' Walter Blelch ahd daughterJ6$n of Plum Crdek Spent last Sunday and Were din* her attests of Mr. and.Mri. Russell Medln at WllHtcmore; ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medln arid' children, Shsifon Kay, Kosemafy and tiotiglas Lee of Klemme spent the Weekend with the for- mef's parents, Mr, <and Mrs. Sam Mediri. Kfcnheth is the manager of the creamery there. Senior Play, LuVeriie LuVerne: The senior class play, "For Pete's Sake", will be , given Friday evening, (May 3 in the high school auditorium under the direction of Supt. Arnold Hjelle. Was Rotary Speaker Leonard Thoreson. Swea-City, spoke before the Algona Rotary ciub, Monday noon, on the subject of potatoes. He and his bi-othcr, Cecil, are raising 90 •acres of them, this summer. ADDING MACHINE Roils for sale at the Algona tfpper Des Moines Mothers and Daughters Dnnqiict—• •'• A mothers and daughters ban* ijuet was held Thursday evening at the Congregational church with over 90 present. Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley presided. Taking part in the program were Judy Cowan, I/aura Ann Neville, Audrey Slagle, Barbara Jean Bourne, Katherine Hut- chins Helen Comfort, the junlof; choir, and the Rev. John tf, ClydSi Miss Shirley Anltker was soiig leader 'and sang two solos ,acc6fft* panled by Mrs. Sylvia GUnA. M*3. W. P. French's circle was ift charge. • ADS BRINGS REStTLf & Announcement I am now employed at Irene's Beauty Shop and will be glad to handle your work. Francis Hudson I8pd 1000 and I BEAUTIFUL GIFTS for A Gift From James Is Sure To Please Her! NYLON HAIR BRUSHES Dclifrht her with this deluxe style *JS brush, in lovely gift package.. ..;>.. 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