The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1946 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 4, 1946
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% /JP»'^,. ivrft '• '. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1940 >. |Pay« $50—No 1946 *!• License Plate* ^ fine pf $100 with $50 of thai 4«uspeftded, was assessed against .' t ;:. ttolta at A 'Bona, Saturday, by Justice J. i).'Johnston, on a charge of not having proper fdfg- Islratiph on his motor vehicle and also for nbt having a di'lv- er's license., • • JUstic'e Johnson also had a second case, in which Fred Ji. Smith of Algona was fined $S and cost for drinking on a public high* way. Both cases originated with state highway patrolmen. ; WANT ADS BftlNGB IT WOHDERFUl IN THE HOUSE AGAI» and ZENDER'S , • •-•'.*, has a Gift for Him! Lovely Gifts lor a June Bride —and Just as Lovely for Your Own Home! -. Haviland Chin/a Bases! Sparkling Crystal Bases! Handmade Silk Shades! Also Matching Pairs! They're Beautiful and They're New! TABLE LAMPS Here Is the one gift a June Bride will forever treasure . , . lamps that so closely resemble 'expensive imported types, their Ilaviland china and clear crystal'bases so full of beauty, their handsome pure silk shades in choice of aqua blue, peach or pink—drum or flare shapes, Come in and see them—they're unusual! • ' SHARP'S EWEtiVi -ALGONA WPm New* Event* Prom Union Township Pof The Pa*t Week William Larrfuth has been assisting with work at Rfeker Bros. Ruth Cruikshank spent a weekend with friends at DCS Moihes recently. Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson of Britt were" recent guests at the John Lunstrum home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt and family and Dorothy Bolirt spent Memorial day at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson md the latter'? mother Mrs. Ada Whitehill spent Memorial Day at 3urt and Fenton. John Lamuth of Fort Dodge was a guest of his daughter Mrs. Louis Bode. He is in good health and will be 80 this fall. Mrs. Lloyd Schenck visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Horace Schcnck, who has been very ill n a Mason City hospital. The Clair Winkle family moved last Thursday to west McGregor street, moving in with Claris' mother, Mrs. Ben Winkio. ^he Lamuth house on Diagonal trect they had been living in vas recently sold to Mrs. Joe Ilbcrt, cast of Algona. Her son Arnold and family will occupy he place. Mrs. A. W. Lindsley and son Terry spent last week at Davcn- jort visiting Syd Lindsley, her athcr-in-law, and also Mrs. Idith Pieper. Mark and Judith ohnson, Fort Dodge, nephew nd niece of Mrs. Lindsley, ^ac- ompanied her and will remain the summer - months with loir aunt Mrs. Pieper. ;i ' Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Samp have returned from their ho'riey- moon and are getting settled at the Andrew Godfredson home, where Lowell will help with 'the family. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alt and baby, Rudolph Will and daughters, Alice and Martha, were guests Sunday, June 2, of Mr. and Mrs. Harr Alt, who live south of Algona. Mrs, Kate Godfredson of Chicago came to Algona for Memorial Day, returning that evening. Other guests ai: the Ernest Godfredson home were, a sister of Mrs. Godfredson from Minnesota. Lois Jean Lundstrum, granddaughter of Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, is spending part of her vacation here. She ir, six years old and the daughter of Mr. grid Mrs. John Lundstrum and the family now live at Britt. Mrs. Melvin Knoll of Baltimore, Md., came for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, and accompanied ppp ppppppppffy __-,MR od f m them to South Dakota, where they visited relatives at Mitchell. ALOONA IOWA If your organization has a dat set for an event of general inter est you will be listed below b merely letting us know, givin the date, sponsor, and place o the event or meeting. Thf> only restriction is that (1 it must be nothing of a commer cial nature, and (2) it must b sponsored by some worthy, non profit organization. We suggcs that dates for regular club meet ings, etc., not be inserted where th'ey are just the regular meet ings on the calendar of the or amzation. June 5—V. F. W. Banquet fo World War II vets,'Algona. • June 7^-Kossuth 4-H clubs Rally Day at -Burt. June 10 — Firemen's Bcncfi Dance at fairgrounds. June 12 — Cresco Mothers- Daughters 25th anniversary party and Guest Day, Cresco hall. June 20 — Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce Soap Box Oerby. June 26—Farm Bureau Picnic <ossuth fairgrounds. June 30—Kossuth Conservation League, Buffalo Feast, fairgrounds, Algona. July 4—Motorcycle Races, Kossuth Fairgrounds. July 10-11 — Algona Ameri,cart Legion Centennial Days and Homecoming. ' In planning events of your own, reference to this calendar may prevent you from selecting dates that conflict. Salvation To Stage Drive Here/Harold J. McNertn.ey, Ahjoha attorney, has 'been named county chairman of,a drive for funds : in Kossuth county as.part of a^ria- tionwide campaign for the /Salvation Army. ; "'-.- : •The Kossuth-quota in the'drive is $3,7D7.60. ..This -is only the second such'drive in the history of the Salvation.Army, the first one being conducted after World War I when the organization's funds had .been depleted by-war work. The same situation now exists. • • . , . . . ' . Named , to the . advisory committee to help Mr. JMcNertney were C.-B. Murtagh,; Fred Plumb, Kay Sctcholl. O. B. Laing and R. B. Waller of Algona, W. A, Murray of Bancroft, O. L. Thorcson of Swea City, Wm. Weimer of Ledyard and J. A. Nelson of Lu- Vemc. • The county drive will begin June 19 and wind up June 25, it was stated. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Society Weekend Guests Here— Mrs. Clara Pratt entertained a number of friends and realtivcs at her home here over the weekend. In compliment to them, she was hostess at a dinner at .George's Cafe, Saturday evening. Out-oC-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brims and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duke of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Trauger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegner, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Duke of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmes of Fayette and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Holmes of Decorah. W. C. T. U. Meets Wednesday— A' meeting of the local Women's Christian Temperance Union will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Newton Hciter. Mrs. Andrew Peterson will lead the decorations and Mrs. Neal Smith will have charge of the lesson. Lone Rock Shower— Mrs. Don Arns and several ladies at Lone Rock pave a miscel- Ianeous.vp63t«-nuptial shower "Fri- thft cHlsjch parlors rfor Iph* Smith, the former Maplow, sister of Mrs. Sixty guests were pres- day Mrs. Betty Arns;.- ent. Mrs. Fred Powell entertained her bridge club Wednesday af tenioon. Mrs. Anna'Nelson won thcv'jhigh s,core prize, Mrs. Ber Crohan won the second score prize .and the low prize, went to Mrs. Willard Greg son. -PAGE Congregational Women— The Woman's Association oi the Congregational church will meet Thursday, June 6, for a one o'clock luncheon. The program will ,be given by Lucia Wallace, "Pathway to America's Tomorrow." Mrs. Frank Cruikshank will give the devotions. Enleriains Bridge Club— Mrs. Robt. McCullough entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening. High score prize was won by Mrs. Allen Buchanan and the low score prize went to Mrs. Leighton Misbach. Dorcas Society— The Dorcas society of the First Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, June 6, at the church parlors. Hostesses will be Mrs. Lorcn Thompson, Mrs. M. C. Thompson and Mrs. J. C. Ubben. Methodist Women— The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist chuch will meet f&r a one o'clock luncheon, Thursday. Circle 6, with Mrs. C. L. Livingston as chairman, will do the serving. Devotions will be given by Mrs. F. L. Tribon and the program will be given by Mrs. Earl Burgess. Presbyterian Ladies— The Circles of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday afternoon, June 6, as follows: Circle A. Mrs. R. H. Guderian; Circle B, Mrs. Hugh Colwell; Circle C, Mrs. Frank Butts; Circle D, Mrs. Cecil McGinnis. WANTED I have bought a new ccmcn mixer and will do all kind; of concrete work. Eugene (Bud) Robinson Ph. 928<J.:. Algona D OWN throueh the years, and lone- after your recollection of the price yon paid fades from memory, the tine you bought here will always remain a shining symbol of the day your love was young, So would it not be wisest to be doubly certain that such a ring is the finest you can afford,? Choose here with that in mind. her whole life through SHARP'S 3 Bedroom House to Rent Within City Limits Phone 252 s .-.. ^.They're New! PUN SUGAR BLOUSES and As Delicate*Looking as Spun Sugar I IT'S A NEW SELECTION OF SHEER, COOL AND UOMANTIC SUMMER BLOUSES . . . at Kresensky's! As delicate-looking, as full of whispering coolness—as spun sugar . . . wear them with your .summer suit, wear them with your cotton skirts . . . yes, wear them with your pinafores! Both frilly and tailored styles. (In Large Picture Above) / \. One of the long-sleeve styles so right for summer, and so nice to wear righl now. In soft rayori crepe, trimmed -with lace or with "lacy jabots. White or black. FOR WOMEN by Mme. Louray Sheer, beautiful White Ninon Blouse wjth ruffles (tiny, dainty ones') on both collar and sleeves. Note the inter, csting neckline. KOOLPRIM CASUAL 4 Jovejy sheer bere pitut in women's sizes 1$K> to W/^ It'* one of a lay** tion of these able women's for y«» at

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