The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

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Tuesday, May 28, 1946
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i Young Men * (And Older M(m T6o) M any young man or older person is interested; in learning; Bricktlftying tor im* proving, their knowledge of Brick-laying and Masonry work, you ai'e asked* to consult any of the local lumber yards, The Structural Clay Products; Institute of Ames, Iowa, contemplates locating a training program and course in Algona if sufficient number of applications are made for the course. The training can be taken in leisure hours or in the evening. Remember, there is a shortage of trained masons and bricklayers, and the nay is excellent. See Any Algona Lumber Dealer for Pull Facts on the Program As Materials Become Available, We Are Prepared to Assist You Through Our Property Improvement Plan for Home Modernization Investigate This Plan Now If You Contemplate Building or Modernizing Come in and Talk It Over F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 , r OUT THEY GO! To Make Room for. New Stock Comihg.In— Just 14 Only Lounge & Occasional HAIRS Academy May Queen Crowned In the above 'picture is shown the group thai participated in the May. Crowning ceremony, Sunr day evening, May 112, "toy; students of the Academy in St. Cecelia's Catholic churcTrhere.' ' Shown in the ^picture,, befOrer a flower-banked • altar on which rested the statue,of;the. Blessed. Virgin, are Beverly Wilhefmi, Dolores Hammer, 'Bar- 'oara Eisenbarth and G'ladys"Weishaar, in < the center-real!, with Joanne Henry,, LaVonne Winkel.and Betty petrick as flower girls on the left, and Nancy McEnroe, Arlene Luclwig and Donna. Thul as flower girls on the right. Miss Rammer was named as May Queen'for the ceremony. (Algona Upper Des Moines Flashfoto.) Burt: Frank A .Perry, Watew loo, who recently bought the Burt theatre building, is in town preparing for reopening the theatre. He has installed new sound equipment and a new screen and is doing a little remodeling, and plans to do mo<;e as soon as mar terials are available. Burt. has been without a movie for a.num- ber of months. Mr. Perry plans to open about June 7. Mr. Perry's wife is in the hospital at present, but will join him here in a few weeks. '• ••'•••• Bible School to Open., •• ' The annual Daily Vacation Bible School will start Mondavi June 3, at the Methodist,.church. Mrs. Gulknechl Hftsr Stroke : •.. '.'.' Mrs. Ida; Gutknecht; who-,has been staying with; a brother! in Algona; is a patient at, the 'BiirJ; hospital since Thursday;.; She! jTpg cently, suffered a stroke.- '-; Attend. Daughter's Graduation. . Mr. and; Mrs. 'Edwin Allen and family, Clarissa, Minn., visited Burt and Algona relatives last week.'. They came especialy to be-present when their daughter Mary. Katherihe graduated from the Algona - high school. They visited at the.Clifford Holding home Wednesday. Mrs. Rasmussen Improving Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen, who has been in the hospital at Rochester, . Minn., for many months, is now able to get around oh crutches, .according to a recent letter received 1 by her mother, •Mrs. : G. U; Fairbanks. Mrs. Rasmussen, suffered an attack of po- " "' Martha and : Albert Giffqrd .spent; the weekend of a,, week ago -'.at .the home of the . latter's 'sister, Mrs. Robert Blumer ,Jr.,' jLu... Verne.' >• Mn-i and'i Mrs, Earl ; McOhesney, •Ghicago, ; : were Sunday callers at ;the-,W;,TA Kennedy^- hpnie: ; : . •'••: Mr: ahd-Mrs, Tbm' { Trenary and iP.ete'Plemeli left' Friday for Osa- 'kis',-, Minn;, Where the rnen w.eri? In fish a few days and Mrs Tren- iiry would visit her sister, Mrs, Leila Spe-i'y. , Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knudsen. Blue Earth, Minn., visited Burt friends last Wednesday. ' The Bid or Bye Bridge club met Thursday evening with Mrs. Florence Schichtl. Mrs. Will:Larson, Mr. and Mis. Dale Brinkman, and Mrs. .John Craig and ba'by, Mason City, visited 'Wednesday at the Harvey Larson home. The Birthday Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Arthur Davis. E. P. Fredrickson, G. H. McMullen, X P. Trunkhill, G; P." Hawcott, Allen Hinckley, Walter Campney, Clifford Holding, the Rev. A. G. Heddle, and M. O. Richards attended a Masonic lodge meeting in Algona Thurs<jay evening. 'Wallace Hawcott was confined to his bed "several days last week with an attack of appendicitis. •;Mr. ,-ancl< Mrs. Axel Anderson Ad' tw<J';-daughters of Dike, came &esdaJK*fbf *> a few days' visit with : Mrs. Anderson's aunt, Mi's, Alyina Powers. : ' ublican. Candiate For County Attorney .",-"",« ™ • ', !">•>' ~ Your Support at the Primauj? Will Be Appreciated . W& Jjf*lon& resident of Kossuth prtfe? & 3V* ysa^ gervlff in tftt 17, S. ,' , • -5^, ::^ James Fredrickson went to A'mes Tuesday to spend a day or two at the home of his sister, Mrs. Laurence Miller. From there he went'to Gladbrook and,spent a few days at 1 the home of his grandmother; Mrs. Fred Fred' rickson., Harvey Larson and Mrs, Edmund Larson i took Mrs,. Petra Larson to Des Moines Thursday, where she 'goes each week for treatment; Emil Christehsen returned home Thursday iffom Mason Oityy. where he had been a patient: in Park, hospital. : Mrs. W. J< Lockwood and daughter- Shirley spent Wednesday at the Lester Bonnstetter home near Gorwith. The Fortnightly club met Thursday afternoon- at Mrs. L. E. Ritbhoff's. ANNOUNC€M€NT We Are Now Buying Afc WESfcEY Fair Grading-^-Top Market Prices— Large or: Small; Consignments ; Don McCarthy Bring Veals on Saturday Mornings Res. 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