The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1946 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 4, 1946
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PAGE IMS Mrs. F. L Tribon Will sell all the household ffoorts of Mrs. W. ft. .frcMhaH At 228 N. Moore St. , June 7, at 10 a.m. Extra fine 2-piece living room set; 2 sectional book cases: drop head White sewing machine; 8-plece dining set; 5 black walnut pieces; 3 foeils, complete; new single .bed, complete; 3 commodes; love seat; rockers; cupboard; kitchen cabinet; tables; leather bed davenport and chair; 4 desks; cedar chest; 5 trunks; 5 grips; 5 wool rugs; Oliver typewriter; 3 dressers; electric washer; electric heater; 2 electric irons; 5 electric 'pads; all books, lOc; Old Edison phonograph; 3-bitrner Perfection oil stove; tubs; copper boiler; laundry stove; 60 pieces table silver; bedding; linens; pillows; 20 yards brown and cream stripe canvas; tots of .clothing; new auto seat covers; tools; many other things. No inspection before sale. AH .clerks will wear white caps. Will use two west doors. Remember this sale is FRIDAY. 22* Thank You I wish to thank the Democratic voters and also my Republican friends for what they did for me. And I want to publicly congratulate my opponent on her success. W. A. Barry, Sr. Annual , Firemen's Benefit Dance Sponsored by . »i..t- r ' . •• '. . *- . y?*'" T ' • • ' ' > Algona Fire Department June 7th FAIRGROUNDS Ding Ellis Orchestra Everyone Invited Dr. and Mrs. J. .O. Price went to Titonka Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Casey visited Mr. and Mrs. John Ostercamp nt Britt Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sutimeler of Bancroft spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Craig. Paul Bell came up from pttum- wa, Memorial dny, to be with his wife and two sons 'for the day. Jim Pool is back on the job again nfter an enforced vacation of two weeks 'because of illness. Mr. and Mrs. G. L,. Buseh of Fort Dodge spent last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Clawson. Ed Chambers accompanied by A. L.Long, went to Corwith Wednesday ,vvhere the former transacted business. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caujrhey ana family spent Thursday at Lake Okoboji. They report the fishing as only fair. Mr. and Mrs. Art Mnllory of Hampton spent a few days last week with the latter's sister Miss iDora Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. William Weiner enjoyed a visit Thursday from the former's mother Mrs. Barbara Weiner of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thompson of San Antonio, Texas, are here for a visit with the former's sister Ella Thompson. Paul Klicgl,. of -Emmetsburg Mrs. W. W. .Oillestiic. .Bertha Godfrey ha* gen* to Illinois £or a two weeks visit tyith relatives. From there she will go to Seattle, tyash., to spend the rest of the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. W, L. SltiboHOugh returned Saturday from a visit since Thursday with their daughter and .husband Mr. • arid Mrs. Merle iHlchards at Lone Rock. Mf. and Mrs. W. A. Bttefthly and little daughter went to Lake Okoboji, Thursday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. J. jF. Schbeler- man, parents of Mrs. fiueghly. Nancy Clement, daughter of Mrs. John Clyde, arrived the latter part of the Week front Grln- nell where she is a Student. She will spend the summer in Algona. Mr and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and family nnd Mr. ahd Mrs., Leo Hanselman and family, of West Bend spent Thursday with Mrs. Mary Buenger, mother of the ladies. Harreit Claybcre of the Gamble store was in Marshalltown last week. The .personnel' of the store had been changed-sltghtly and Miss Clayberg was assisting in some reorganization. their daugMef and hnd Mrs. Leslie R. MelHe at.Alberf Lea, MlrtnT.'flnd'wIlh MY. nnd'Mvs. tezra T, Beaitlsley Bt Medtord, Minn. Mrs. Beardsley \i & cotisln of Mr. Whitney. 'Mr', and Mrs. Clarence Engel and daughter Dorothy of Cedat Rapids spent Friday with Mrs. Many Sorenson, an aunt of Mr. Engel. On Thursday, Mrs. Sorenson want to Lu Verne to visit her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. A., F. Zwiefel. M«. C. H. Taylor went to Chicago Wednesday for a week's visit with her sister,' Grace Roswell. Miss Roswcll will return .withlier nnd en route home they Will stop in Newton to visit their fcrother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Roswcll. • Mr. ami Mrs. PeH'.v Collins and children Dnle and Carol, Went to Mertlo, Wednesday and remained over Memorial day. They were accompnied by Mrs. Collins' mother Mrs. Edith Fritz, whose home is at 'Menlo ahd who had been visiting at the Collins home. Emma Sponbjrerg, who has been teaching in Davenport, has' accepted a position in the Dos Moines schools next fall. She spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spongbcrg, and on Monday went to Cedar Falls to enroll for a summer school course. The Del ' Leaneautih family moved Saturday to a farm seven miles south of Algona which they Friends of A. J. Herlie will be | purchased a ycnr or so ago. spent last week end with his sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Francis Livington. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark, of Ti tonka were Algona visitors Thursday. Mr. Clark is publisher of the Titonkn Topic. Darwin Koepkc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke, of Burt, visited at the H. T. Bunkofske home a couple of days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tice and son Jim spent Memorial Day in Monroe, where they visited Ralph's father F. L. Tice. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allen returned Sunday from Indianapolis, where they attended the automobile races last week. Mrs. J. H. Brechlbill and Mrs. J. O. F. Price attended a luncheon in Fort. Dodge Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ethel Heater. Ellen Carlson, who is employed as head nurse at rthe .Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center, spent Sunday in Algona with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schmutz arrived Thursday from Salina, Kan., for a week end visit with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pannkuk and Mrs. Edith Dorothy, of Fairmont, Minn., were Memorial day visitors here with relatives and friends. Merle and Robert Coklin, who are employed at Clinton arrived Friday for a week end -visit with their parents Mr. and Mrs. George Conklin. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hoppe of Winnobago, Minn., arc ill and both in a hospital there. The Hoppes arc former well known Algonians. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Casler and family spent Friday, Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Pipeslone, Lake Wilson and Jas- Upper Des Moines Want Ads Bring Results. per. Minn. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Burgess left Monday morning for Sioux City and will be gone a few days on business in connection with Morningside college. Mrs. George Benschoter attended a social afternoon at the home of Mrs. Floyd Bode, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jean Benschoter was assistant hostess. Charles King of Weehawken, N. J., came Thursday for an indefinite visit here with his niese, Mrs. Irvin Gerber, and sister, HOME AGAIN and has a Gift for Him! sorry to learn he is not responding to treatments at the Kossuth hospital and is in critical condition with complication due to a heart ailment. Mrs. A. L. Jackman, of Ames, visited at the A. R.' Cruikshank home Thursday. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Turner who spent he day with Mr. and "Mrs. William Turner. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Hem- minpsen spent Saturday • and Sunday in Worthington, Minn, where they visited the letter's parents and brother, Who was just discharged from the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simmons and children, of Fairmont, Minn., spent Thursday with the former's grandmother Mrs. George Simmons, at the David King home. Mrs. King is an aunt of Mr. Simmons. Mrs. L. E. Linnaji and son Brian left Monday for Marysville, Kans., where they will visit relatives for ten days. Mr. Linnan and Joe Bradley accompanied them as far as Lincoln, Neb., on business. Mrs. E. L, DeZellar and her mother, Mrs. Greeley, of St. Paul left Sunday for a month's visit at Ship Rock, New Mex,, with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cummins. Mrs. Cummins is another daughter of Mrs. Greeley. Mrs. Mabel Wermerson has returned from Sacramento, Calif., where she has been living the past few 'years and is visiting friends here apd relatives at Corwit^. She is reniaining' ' *6V'- an indefinite length of time.' '•*'!.'? Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Patterson of Mason City spent the week end in Algona with the former's mother, Mrs. Gusta Patterson,--and all attended the shower given for Mrs Patterson's niece, Irene Germann at Whittemore. • Mr. and Mrs. William .Chubb and three children visited 'from Wednesday till Saturday-at the home of his grandmother Mrs. Ella Laird, and with his mother Mrs. Ethel Chubb who makes her home with her mother. Mrs. George Sleinmeiz of Hice- vilie visited from Wednesday until Friday witli her daughter Mrs. Marc Moore, and family. The Moores' daughter and family of Fort Dodge spent Memorial Day here with them. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carr of Austin, Minn., visited here Thursday. The Carrs 'formerly lived in Algona and many persons will remember his sisters Mabel, 'Ruth and Margery who were popular young ladies when living here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker returned Friday from a visit with relatives at Storm Lake and Sioux City. At Sioux City they visited Mrs. Becker's mother Mrs.'Mary Otto, and brought her 'back with them for a few weeks visit. Mrs. Frank Butts and her sister Mary Wirtjes, who came Thursday from Colorado Springs, Colo., went to Garner Thursday where they attended the wedding of their nephew Lloyd Stott, of Garner,, to Doris Peterson, of California. Mrs. Mary Meicalf recently returned from Weeping Waters, Nebr., where she spent the winter in the old people home and will be in Algona for the summer. She plans to return to Weeping "Waters in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Platt left Wednesday for Millington, Mich., where the former will teach in the St. Paul Lutheran school. He has been a teacher in the school here during the past year. His vacancy will be filled by Martin Huber. John Spongberg «peni the Memorial holidays in Algona with his father, Harry Spongberg, and cared for his mother's grave. John is taking a course of mechanical engineering at Minneapolis and is a frequent visitor to Algona. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch, of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lunsmann :and family, of Mason City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips, Thursday, ?t& Kollaschs are the parents of Mrs. .Phillips and Mrs. Lun.»nann is her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. §fe*l* •don of Eldora and the letter's father Hayes Rogers of Long Beach, Calif., spent Sunday with the Richard Sheldons. Richard, who is an Upper Des Mpljjes printer, is a son of the Harold Sheldons. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Colwcll and little son Gary spent Thursday at .Clarion with Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Day, parents of Mrs. Colwell. On •Friday the Willis Colwells fftjd Mrs. Hugh Colwell spent the day .at LuVerae with, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler. Mr. *»* MI* W. t, wwtwy tf turned recently from a visit with •Ralph Diekmann has purchased .the Leaneaugh home on east State and will move into it the middle of the month. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Vaughan left last : F-rlday on a three weeks trip to Gordon, Neb., where they are pueKls of the former's brother Dr. F. W. Vaughnn, and family. From there they will fin to Brooks. S..D., for a visit with Mrs. .T. Weideman, mother of Mrs. Vaughnn. Mr,,and Mrs. E. N. Taylor went o Curlew nnd Emmetsburg for Memorial day. At Curlew they vis- led Mr. and Mrs. Clarence John,on. They itlso visited Mr. and Mrs. 2clward Johnson, of nenr Algona. Wrs. Johnson is a sister of Mrs. Favlor. Mrs. been ill for the past six months with btrokes, suffered , aribUref- : heart attack on Saturday, May SB. Mrs. fthiing has been able to sit lip or her meals far the past month before this recent stroke, ' Mrs. Rachel Brown went to DCS Moines, Friday .to attend the grad- Cation ,of her daughter, Rachel from Drake university. During her absence her sister Mrs, Budd Law- sttn of Corwlth is staying with their mother Mrs, R. J. Hutchison Who is in rather delicate health. i Mr. and Mrs. .Terry Lewis .ami daughter Jane returned the latter part of the week from a (fortnight vacation. They attended the Bqpt- 19t convention at Grand ftapids, Mich., and when this was finished they drove into Canada, back to Wisconsin and thence^tojlow'rt. Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. ViflCciit and Josephine Pelisek wereF-flday hning dinner guests of Mr, Mrs. H. D. Clappsnddle. M Mrs. Vincent came up from>Cedar itapids for Memorial day and h&v^e been visiting nt the home of Mrs. Mary Vincent. They returned Home Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Lusby and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Whisenhurtt went 'to Clew Lake, Thuisday and •Were met there by Mr H. Pierce Witmer. Mrs. Witmer is the daughter of Mr, Lusby. group spent he day preparing the L'usby coi taste 'for summer Mr. and Mrs. Richard Banwart nnd three children and his sister. Ruth Banwart, of Cedar Falls, Mr. r.rid Mrs. Russell Bnnwart of Ames nnd nnd - , t v* ,„,..,.;.'.,. VV ^?A /- to*; ,v$a City with Mrs, A,'a Stad- tiard, They also vteiteti Mi's. Martill Martin ,at 'Humbpidt and with Mrs. William Velhouse" .. .. ;«srun a«d l ht;r wotter wer% am* lefgvUjsts of the,Hemai',Mn«- i.»\f<ai£j ** , * ' a \^ WANf ADS BRlNtiS Saturday, June 0-7-8 Socotttl Feature nnd Mr. and Mrs. Hj aimer Johnson two children, Algona, were guests Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George W. BOWERY BOYS' Nichols Shoe Repair Let Us Make Make*yonr Old Shoes Like New Again — Wei Do Expert j Shoe Repairing. Our New Location: Behind Kent Motors Mrs. Frank Bahling, who SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JUNE 9-10 Tuesday and Wednesday, June 4-5 Daily Matinee 2 P. M. his love ORA60NWYCKS lovtlij, haunted halls, filled with sobbinq music...drew her helplcsslq info tte eaqer arms of it? maddened master! A SPOILED PETULANT BLONDE ON THE SULTRY* SIDE, SHE CAME FUJTTERING THRU THE WINDOWS TO BEDEVIL. HER. HUSBAND.*. , AND DEFINITELY *NNOV HIS SECOND WIFE. creature.... in flowinq chiffon •and blood: ffnqernails-b TIERNEY •frssh •from her triumph in 'LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" ANNE REVERE • SPRING gYlNGTON CONNIE MARSHALL The Amaxinc Child of „ Added Attraction Allan Urn in "A QW CQVWJ

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