The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1946 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 21, 1946
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ALGONA GIRL, 15, &6r6thy Ann Oalbfaith, „.., slor ,o£ Mr. and Mrs. B. A, Oal« ''braith, died early Monday ImdHtifig at the Mercy Hospital IfJn Fdrt; Dodge,, where, she had l;lbeeh/a patiqrtt the 1 past three Her illness was a Second fe» ^•ciusfence of rheumatic fever with ^icari complications. ( '< Dcfotihy was born December .•321, IffSi, in Algona. She has liv- <|cd here her entire life, and was HJ in, tile' eighth .gradeat the. time i>of death. Last year she had her H;first /attack of rheumatic /fever, ; i taut recovered nicely and was in /•^school until her recent Illness. Surviving are her parents, tWb pisters, Mrs. Robert Ainunsan hnd Janet Lou Galbraith, and a Brother, Bill, all of Algona. I Funeral services will be held |it the Methodist church at 2:30 Wednesday, May 22, with the lev. N. A. Price in charge. Bur- pnl \«jll be ir,*de in Riverview. , I), . IM. Ettipidy*« Win* School Honor Jtuth Midgorden, news editor a* the ttftpeir DeS Molnes fftr thrfife mwiths 'htst summer, receives highest honors Saturday fit She I«&a .Stale College Joitf- ftailpm depaftrtient's honors day tfiflnef. . . f . . SH6 was presehted the Sigrtta Delta dhi watch award for the outStaftdinf senior in the department and Was also recipient of the Iowa l*ress Women's award itb the tftitsWidiftg senior girl in the departtfiem. She is the first girt ,ta redeite *e Sigma Delta Chi .watch. JUhe Corey went to Atnes to pi*eseftt the Press Women's award to Mists Midgorden, who has -'accepted a 'position with the Latter Day Saints publication house in Independence, Mo. 3 » \ * 1 <> AS. JOS. KOPPEN JUTES ON MAY 14 Mrs. Joseph Koppen of Livcr- .iorc, Iowa, passed away May 11 [it the General Hospital in Al- j;onn following an operation on |May 7. .k Funeral services were ' held 'ijTucsday morning, May 14 at 9:30 l ;at the Sacred Heart Catholic ijrjiurch at Livormorc with the rRov. James Duhigg in charge. Purial was in Algona Mt. Cal- ^yary.Cemetery. Clara Dutton was the dauhter ! Mfs. Ruth Dutton and the late AL,ouis R. Dutton. She was born , vlMarch 7, 1892, in Palo Alto coun- I »,'iy. Most of her life was spent • : an Kossiith county except the Jpast 17 years during which her .home has been at Livermorc. £: On February 14, 1917, she was »|niarried to Joseph Koppen at Al- ifiona. To this union one daugh- ^;tcr was born. ; i? Surviving arc her husband and rjjicr daughter, Eleanor; besides I* her mother, Mrs. Ruth Dutton, "Jrvington; four sisters, Mrs. J. W. I Carmichaal (Irina) of Fair-field' Mrs. Gcortrc Miller (Nellie) of Sprine Valley, Minn., Mrs. Wal(K lace McArthur (Veda) of Irvington, and Vivian Dutton of Livcr- <, more; i two brothers, Melvin of ; Burt and Ira of Algona; besides / a host of other relatives and '*' friends. ' Her father preceded her in i,,death, in 1938 and a. sister, Mrs. Frank Miller (Pearl) just a month ago on April 10, 1946. v Some Improvement In Meningitis, Case * Lakota: Mr! and ; Mrs. Raymond? Becker of Lakota got en- "CUrajfing > word, last week, from Jt. Mary's < hospital, Rochester, Hiere their 2%-year-old son, Al- jert, has been a patient following an attack of spinal meningi- Uis which resulted in an abscess on the brain. ,: His illness began in February, 'find at Rochester x-ray surveys of his. condition are being rnade^ the most recent one 'reporting that the abscess is ^mailer which is evidence that it is healing, but he still has a way to go for com- .plnte recovery. ' The'last report was made May 2, and the ybungster will have to be returned'to Rochester again Dr. Forbes Honored Dr. J. K. Forbes ot.Swca City was elected vice president of the Iowa Society, of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons at a convention held last week in Des Moincs. He had served in that capacity the .preceding year and was re-elected. Frank Call'* Widow Die* In California Lucina M. Call, widow of the late Frank Call, early day Algona attorney and a son of Judge Asa Call, Algona founder, died May 18 at Los Angeles. A message was received here the first of the week by her nephew Marold D. Hutchins. She Was a 'sister of the late C. B. Hucthlns. Mrs. Call left Algona shortly after the death of her husband 25 years ago. She was a woman of refinement and a social leader during her younger days in Algona. Mrs. Call was in her late 80's. She will be remembered him p A— ;r- kHy 400._Jm kindly by many old Algona friends. Plan K. C. Outing An all-day outing is being planned for Memorial Day at the Kossuth fairgrounds by the Knights of Columbus. Two baseball games and other features are being arranged, with the Junior Legion team to play Rodman in. one game and the K. C. team to meet another unannounced opponent. ALGONA WWBft DE9 MOINES, ALOONA IOWA. Here's the Volue Event The* Will Pleose You - with the Things You Need! ]IOt r 8tiHOM) NtilillH . , . OAIIDKN JfEBDS , . . V A KM NKK1W . . . FISHfNO 1IACKLJ5 * t , GlfTS Of ALL KINDS... KfTOHEN AMD UATJI NEEDS ... SBWLNO M:i:D,S . . . CLEANING 1TJ3MS . * . MANY HAIU) TO GET ITEMS PULES HARDWARE "ON THE NORTH SIDE OF STATE STREET" /pp/i'njj £»/6r tfcV»t from your f^trt to xbiir i/i'rh flip* around fh« oh-io- F»i(iv« pfnl with c(»* gray, kummti /im» wHh iptirlhighl blut «i bvlttr- ehocilolt brawn with glamour uo (Ji i-oyoh Tie- Toe. T/iii It anH faHtrn. Siitt 9 to 13. VENT Kitchen Stools 3.95 Solidly-built but light weight stools of aluminum. They make your kitchen work easier. •• Mops of 49c to 1.45 ••"Come in and get your cleaning and household mops now, from this 'lange selection. Fruit Jind Weed Sprayers 50c Handy sprayers for, weeds and small fruit trees. Large farm and orchard sprayers, $6.50. .Electric Toasters 4.40 , Tax Incl. Mica element toasters in a nice finish. If you need a toaster,, look at these. ,' . GIFTS!... Gifts! Beautiful Potlery Vases $1.65 up Hobnail Glass Dresser Sets $3.65 Decoraiive Hanging Shelves $1.35 pair Decorated Chinaware, 65 pc. set_$25.65 Folding Coffee Tables $4.95 Flower Table Centerpieces $2.45 up Decoraiive Ash Trays, set of 4 89c Children's Banks 79c up Colorful Cookie Jars 95c up Salt and Pepper Shakers, pair__$l up Beverage Sets with Tray $3.50 up Decorative Book Ends, pair $1.35 up Decoraiive Wall Plaques $2 up Wooden Salad Bowls __$1.98 up 3-piece Carving Sets $6.95 up Glass Fruit Bowl Sets $1.75 up TO FUR COAT OWNERS IN OR * V NEAR ALGONA .';*'.-•-, • "'.,** •' .' ' .-•' ; •',';- ( V : Mere's four pppprtunity to give; your furs the finest care this summer. Mark these dates: FRIDAY AFTERNOON A COWNIE FACTORY FUR EXPERT will be here, Bring in your furs at that time. Check them over with him for a.ny needed service, and an estimate on rfcs.tyling your fur coat, Arrange to take advantage of Cownie's combination lus-* terize qleaning-fltqrage pffer, »n outstanding valwe in summer care and protection of your pre- ' . linii| pP at tms'&ne, , its in Cownie vaults will have to place ^ definite , Bring in your furs j .»**•* Aluminum Clotheslines This wire will not rust or stain clothes. Just wipe it before iyou hang clothes. QCrf 50 -foot lines ..-._•.... 03V 'film •Wnriiic] Set it right on the table—k|cps your buns over hot for serving. Fitted with --" wire rack __. Children's Metal Seootoi-s A really heavy duty scooter with rubber tired wheels. Has pedals. Will last-for years and years Itadlp Batteries, each 45-volt heavy' duty radio batteries that will put new life into your set. A very low 010 price for this quality 4..I7 .Radiating Electric Heaters These heaters throw out plenty of heat for a'large, room in-.the late-spring and early fall. Nicely designed Electric Roaster and Grill Hcrojs one item that will just about prepare a whole 'meal for you—in double quick time too. Even toasts bread- - 10 T"f C find fries'steaks _.. I/.13 TACKLE ,1'lllgS JJne •- - . Tackle Boxes Sinkers * Flies Cory Coffee Makers 3.25 to 6.75 These are the famous coffee makers that brew wonderful coffee, every time. Nice for a wedding gift, too. Flashlights with Batteries 98c Good sturdy flashlights that will give you long service. Complete with batteries. Medicine Chests 9.50 Handsome wall chests for the bath room — plate glass mirror with chromium trim. Household Brooms 1.2.5 A very low price on today's market for a quality '5- •. seam broom that will really last. ELECTRIC Leaders Stringers I Hooks Floats WAU BAIT for CATFISH "LINEBUSTER" 45c Come in and look over our stock —Fishermen—fill your needs at Spillcs now! Covered Barn Door Track H you are planning new door track on barn or crib, better see this stock now, as it's mighty ' hard to get. HAY ROPE, 2 Rope Slings We have been lold hay rope will be scare. We've just received this new shipment which is of extra good qual- iiy, long fibre. If you need it, come in for yours now. EACH Tell Your Time / Electrically! (Tax Extra) Handsome' w a 1 I clocks that you just plug in and you gel the right time . . . these clocks are. excellent time-keepers and they look nice on the wall. In a variety of styles. Give these for shower and wedding gifts—they have perman-, ent value and will always be appreciated. THE NEW B COMPLETE LINE OF LION PAINTS FOR ALL PURPOSES L 'ON BRAND FINISHES FINISHES '•I l»i|*> Jill III! LI $1 Qt 1,20 Qt. 65c Qt, $1 Qt, $1 Qt. metal ' waste p^wUl 8|§JM| a ol wew-'w^l and ?t?U look are ' •any White Outside House Paint OUTSHJE . S3.30 FAMOUS "WON" BRAND , , , hundreds of gallons that just arrived in a fortunate shipment! K you are in need of outside white now-ror will «ee4 it later- *-r we advise you to buy it now at this economical 3-$allon price, "Lion" brand to noted far food surface. 5 Gallons SPILLES HARDWARE S|« P HBRfi* COM« P A!D» SKB n? WE HAYS JT m • -!*

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