The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1946 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 7, 1946
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,, Lloyd Pratt and VV. A. Hardy \yent to Minneapolis Monday on blisiness. „ Mr. and Mrs. tred Ryther spent f unday in LuVerne with Mrs. ertha Blummer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richardson went to Minneapolis Sunday and ireturned Tuesday. The Roman Walftara home was quarantined Sunday for scarlet' fpver. Dickie Waldera is the patient. . County Recorder Clnra Walkor and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau loft a week ago Monday for Minneapolis. , • . .• ., ' T i T Bob Traefcer and fiillic Pratt of West Union spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt. Mrs. Chas. - Heard returned Saturday from Chicago where she had spent a week with her sister who is .ill. Mr. anil Mrs. Don Ilemmlngsctt and (Max Jensen spent the week end at Newell visiting the men's parents. Mrs. Ray Oesiereicher and Mrs. Ratnus Hanson of Titonka were Tuesday and Wednesday, May 7-8 Gco. Raft and Eva Gardner in "WHISTLE STOP" Extra Added "HITLER LIVES" Thursday. Friday and Saturday, May 9-10-11 Sunday and Monday, May 12-13 I pleayt* recent visitors at the Mrs. John JBriggs. home of Mrs. . Knapp returned to Mason City Thursday aftdr spending n month here V^ith her sister Mrs. F. A. Corey. Mrs. G. A. Creel nlitt Htlle soil spent a few dnys ip Humboldl la^t week, With her aunt. and husband Mr. and Mrs. Ray Minor. Mrs. R. W. Caldwell r Tuesday from a visit with her sister Mrs. Clejla bcnm'qh at Storm Lake a days, ago. , Mr. .and Mrs. G, C. brlver of Oak Harbor, Ohio, ar? visiting, a few weeks at the home of the foimc'i-'s brothci (| D, L. firiver. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Sandberg, of Lake Mills, ai rived the latter part, of the Week for a visit at the jiome of their <?on ftiucp and family. , , , , ,, Mr. and Mrs., B, A. Tnorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Rov Keen and t5r. and Mis. L. R. Potter visited Mr. and Mis. M. M. Morrow at Audubon, Sunday. _ , Mr. and Mrs. M. h. iFalkenliain- er .nnd Mr. and Mrs. Gone Murtnqh left Monday frcm Minneapnlis io attend. Ihe national drussisls convention. • .,..., i . Fern Carney of Madison, V/is., visited Satui'day and Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Cariicv, She came *. daughter Mrs. ,T. , C. jKyte.hison and son ( Tom ,wont to Rochester, Minn., last week for checkups 'at the Mayo Clihic. Bob James We« lo Minneapolis last .Week, where he attended the United Recall Drug store convention., 730 1ft 4ttend MJ% Allen wefe about , n , and son returned April 28, frpm Atlantic, Iowa,, where she ,had . Amelda Wermersen, and the let ter's daughter,- •Mre. L. A.' Pence and bhildfftn Elizabeth and Danny o Mpines and her mother, . Nora Rain of BeRalb, 111, VlSlted from Wednesday until Saturday juwtl,, w,imi.t; Kim tllUM- speJIL 1(11- past fortnight with her p'arents, Mr., and jrtrs.- Car), Wiuf f.r • Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Eischeid and daughter Irene j,were Mason Cily yisilors April 26. Irene sang \ri the rnusic festival held at St. Joseph school thai day. s Mrs, M. M. Sfriih returned April &5 from Washington, D. C., Chicago,... and ..Oxford, Mich,, where She spent the, past few weeks, v visi" High priestess of the jungle killer-cull, who prey with beast-like claws on helpless travelers... sworn to Tarzan's dealhi ,, WEISSMULLER ^ SHEFFIELD ACQUANETTA Tuesday and Wednesday, May 7-8 Eddie Dean in Technicolor: "CARAVAN TRAIL" Co-Hit Penny Singleton in BLONDIES LUCKY tiAY' Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May '9-10-11 HE'S) HEADIN' FOR BANDIT ROUND-UP! JIMMY : PbUcr lifts received ITS discharge and is now erriployecl at, Harolds! Market?. Prior, to his induction, Sfierwood was manager of #10 National Tea store;.',,, , Mr. and Mrs. \yayne ; .Align, Mr. 'and Mrs. Roy .Bjustrom and Mr. and MVS.. Ralph, tiqq .spent the week end, in Des Moines where they, atlervdad.the Holiday on Ice,. Mildred Faber, recently discharged army , nurse, spent l\yp days recently Ayilh. home folks. She is now stationed at Hlnes Veterans Hospital, Chicago, under civil ser- Mrs. Walter Bradley, Thorcse, Mary Ann .and Anthony, been . having tlie, measles. Of M*nn Family howie Thursday dalifhters Bids, Danny of Do's REPAIRING MMK borhood and their homestead is now ' owned and occpied by Clarelice Mawdsl?y,, lild sJmalLsieeb 5ilU lull 'hortH of .Cdnaisl^ /of Mr, ann and tWo sons V1CP. The three children 61 WOODY WOODEt and His Riding Rangers Co-Hit Added, Serial Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, May 12-13-14-15 SHEL HAVE FUN, BUT EVEN MORE, SHEIL LOVE HAVING ave . Fortunately, they have not had severe cases. .•. •./•;,. •• , Mr. aiitl Mrs. Rafpfi Valentine •and daughter Mary Lou went t.o Des Moines, Sunday to attend the graduation of their daughter Margaret, from nurses training at the M«'-cy hospital. .Mrs. perman Funk ciame home last week from. Chicago, where she had been called by the illness of her daughter Florence, who was a hospital patient following surgery. ; ., ( Mr. aii'd Mrs. C. R. Bcnnct of Knoxville leave today for their home after spending a few days in Algona' wRh friends.' Mr. Bennett is with the Veteran's Administration at Knoxville. Floyd Hut/ell has been ill since Friday wi'tih what was thought lo •be strppt, throat. Monday it developed into ,a clear .case of scarlet fever and. a .quarantine was placed pfi-the-home. Mr. and Mrs., Marlin. A. Jenson moved last week to Mankato, Minn., where they recently purchased a home, and are moving their headquarters office for the Mid-West Service Co. Friends of lyir. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders will be'glad to .know that Mr, Goeders is completely recovered from Ms recent surgery at St. Lukes hospital, Chicago, and the ouhle pre baek in tytpultrie, Ga'. County Agent and. Mrs. A* 1,. Brown went, to Gamer " a' -wjeek ago .Saturday to . attend. ^ grbiip at the hotel. The evening Was sp^nt at. the Hancock county agent's home. ,. ( . ;.' The Misses Mai-ffaret Ranldii and Naomi Kenefick of Eagle Grove spent Sunday in Algona. Miss Kenefick visited her brother Dr. John Kenefick, and family'aYid Miss Rankin was a. guest of 'Jii'ne Corey. , ,. ; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt and two daughters wer evisitors Sunday at <the home of their daughter Mrs. LeRoy Ditsworth and friends. Mrs. Heldt is considerably improv- at the Mrs. Tom Kain home and with other relative^. i ( , Mr. anct Mrs. Gene Wfay 6JP Orrv nha, Nebr., spent the Week end here with the Jailer's slslers Mar- •tha Lou and Josephine. They cfttrfe lo attend the weddlnc; of Mar)or!e Peterson and Max Bartholomew on Sunday at Tiionka. Mr. aria Mrs. Stanley Pafieridft of Mason City spent the weekend with the former's mother, Mis. Gusta Patterson. The Pattersons have purchased a home in Mason City and will move nbnul the middle of May. , Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins >an'd the letter's mother, JVTrs. ^tyta^y Miller, drove to Minneapolis Snt- urday to visit relatives. The'Wil- kins returned Monday, but Mrs. Miller will visit her daughter, Mrs. Crawford, for a fe\v "iveeKs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kohl and Mr. and Mrs. -Harvey Kohl and their children from St. Paul were weekend visitors at the homes of the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, and with the R. J. Harringtons and Ira Kohls. A convention of II. S. A. members will be held May IS and Des Moines. Mrs. D. D. Mon- lu'x will go as the national, delegate; Mrs. W. G. Curtis as ihe state delegate, and Mrs John McEnroe and Mfs. Tom Halpin as delegates from .the Alaona chapter. „ Tasker Falkenhainer^, who is iri ed from her weeks ago. illness of several Bancroft Legion Ballroom Friday, May 10, Lynn Kerns Tuesday, May 14, Earl Hunt Friday, May 17, Guy DeLeo Tuesday, May 21, "Ole" Olsen army ^/service, writes His,, father Melzar .JTalkenhainer, tliat he is now located, >at Bremen, ,.C!er.r mnny, and finds his surroundings pleasant. Tasker was a student at -Ames college at the time of •his 1 'induction afcout a year ago. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley and Mrs. R. W. Lee went to Ames a week ago Friday, where Mr. Bradley attended the Iowa Retail Farm equipment association meeting, of which he is a state board member. Mrs. Bradley and Mrs. Lee went on to Des Moines for the day. . Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Farnham of Long Beaoh, Calif., leave Tuesday for home after a week's visit with the latter's mother Mrs. Ed Eggert. They were accompanied to Iowa by~ their son and family, Mr, and Mrs.f.Harokl Farnham and daughter Sharon Lee of Los Angeles who visited in Sioux City and Algona. Friends of Antone Johnson will be glad to know that he is gaining nicely following a second operation performed April 27 at Rochester. Latest reports were that he is able to sit up for a short time each day! His daughter Charlotte from Chicago and Mrs. Johnson were, with' him.for the operation and i|.he latter ratoaine with*tijnUi» Mrs. Loreita Giffin of Ringsted moved to Algona May 1 and ; will occupy one side of the duplex she and her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bo'cvers, purchased a few moViths ago. The house is located on N. Church street. Mr. and Mrs" D, L. Copper have been living there, /but are moving to Tama the first of Mny. . ; . . , ( . ........ t ,,.,, Mr. and Mrs. Merle, -Richards of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Webb arid their families were last Sunday guests of the W. L. Bilsboroughs. Mr., and Mrs. Webb have been here during his convalescence, .frpm major surgery at .the university hospital, Iowa .City, but are.soon igoing to their home at Titonka. , Tom White', former editor of, the Whittemore Champion and later assistant state printer of lo.wa, with his wife, was a visitor.; at'the Mrs. A. Norman home 'last * week. They were accompanied by Mr. White's son Vincent and wife of St. Louis. Vincent is in the mail service, in St. Louis. Mr. White now owns and operates a job printing establish- menl at. Jeffprscwvlowfl*- .r....,«v. Mrs. Bert Baldwin and daughter Ruth went to Charles City Saturday .to visit Mr. Baldwin's mother, who is in rather poor health. - c .. v . Patricia Matern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Matern, began nursing in the M^ercy hospital, Des Moines, Monday. daughters, and the daughters Alice, Bertha ahd. Viola, ., Mr. thd Mrs. Mann died at their Irvington home many; y0ars ago, and the childreh moved >to - California years ago and located Beach, where they : made their home since. The Mann family were, rated among jihe, best of the pjbrieer ratnules. ..The family of girls and to6ys f h&ne of whom were ever married, ends With the death of Miss Viola, her brothers and sisters all dying since moving 4o- California.,, Mrs. Lewis as Miss Clara Hodges,, .as ,well as this writer, knew tKe family as children in Old Irvihgtdri. First Lutheran, Missionary , ' Society of; tlHe First." Lutheran, ;ihurch .4v!ll .meet Friday, afternoon. with Mrs. E. B. Carlson. - _,,./._,.,, WAtfT. Jvttfc, BACK TO THRIlUPy Co-Hit THE BEHIND-THE-SCENES DRAMA OF THE NO. 1 , WOMAN WAR CRIMINAL! ^ r. C. D. Schaap wishes to announce that he hasre- opene'd his 'dental office over the v ' <• * •'. " - J $, e & L, Store following his release m Home PHdNES 901 Office Beautiful Mirrored Chest, 2 Ib. Candy 1 Ib. box Assorted Chocolates ............ I OK T •/ ..... ... r.' j , Harriet Hubbard Ayers Cologne ...... I OR Leon Lorraine Car-* < nation Cologne!..... I J Box^Wrisleys S&a^ all odors I >ljn Gibson Mother's Day ^ t & 5 ' u '<" M 'BB' to 2fie m**niMa<fii*"rri-' If If fSlflf Plastic Ear Rings gg fi Body Dusting Powders Electric Heating •.a.. .1, " Pad ........... - i.j,.' 5.25 nesorge Drug Walgreen Agency Store Phone 3i8 Algona p in iie\V paint inside tne st6re.) it Kohlhaas We ' b Metal 'Garden Carts D Pj'rex Cookihig Ware D Cleaners and Polishes D Galvanized Pails : ; Ep ; Light Bulbs . • •, Q Glassware D Eriamelwaire D Garden Seeds •O- Garden :Tobls Q Workshop Tools "'D Cutlery , Q ! Sporting Goods D Fishing Tackle' El -Paints and Brushes Q .l^arnishes 'and Sh'eilacs 1~] Mpps and Brooms £5 Me \ Q ^tfiiladders ,D iGift Items Have Many .Useful arid Practical Items f o£M9tKer V Da j' dift!s_lSe-e TheiH! - c • 10 East State PJtione 463 ft -i JJ '1 i « ~& ^ *, u. i h* li- TIMKEN OIL HEAT For my present home...for a new home? i" in x'pur hpntipg worri»»,' _^, ,^, T , ,,,,, ' £9 on» gallon of oi)^ jfl every lour i 'by »n ordinary burow- for. Or 119 Sout *^,< . !{>', \^JA 3 _ "" ir- * >A . s. jSCfs 1 ^ ''.'t>jC jfeVJ

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