The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1946 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 4, 1946
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TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1948''.. 1EN4GERSGET IDANCE SCHEDULE fCOUNTRYCLUB Teen-users will get a break thU f.ummer Ijy n series 'of dancing parties to be held nt the Algona Country Club. The club social committee announce six- dales for icen-ngo doncers, and named adult c-naporonos to assist them. At the same time committees were named for two-ball foursomes planned for the slimmer. Tecn-Airc Dates. Dates and supervision for the teen-ago dances nro as follows: •Tune 10— -Mr. and Mrs. G. W,' Stillmim>and Me. and Mrs. D. fe Dewol. June 24— Mr. and Mrs. A. E; ; Krescnsky and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French. July n— Mr. and Mrs. Fred . . } Timm and Mr, and Mrs. K. Set* July 20— iMr. and Mrs. D. G. Hutchison and Mr and Mrs; Eugene Murlagh. ' August. 12— Mr. and Mrs. T. G: Hutchison and Dr .and 'Mrs. M. G. Bourne; August 2B— -Mr and Mrs. Lyl<> Malhes and "-'-fotter. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Don, tftmmtngsen, Mr. and Mrs. Hi L. HbenH, Mr, and Mrs. >F. A, Bunting, Mfv onti'Mra John KJrk, .Mr, 'and; Mrs, iLelghton Mlsbach. Mr. and Mrs., Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. l« J, Reied, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley, Mr.- and Mrs= Clayton Per- etVfll a'nd.Miva-nd'Mrs. Wayne Alien/ " " 'August 11—Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lowe, chairmen;, Mr, .and;Mrs. T. .Hj.ehrisoJiUlesV 'Mti and-Mrs, Joe Bloom? Mrl-.aJidiMfS/ Rt M. Mlllen Mn and Mrs. Leon- Merritt,- Mr. and' Mrs. Hi M;.Smith, Mr. and •Mrs,- K.getehell>.Clara,CraCti Mr. and: Mrs;. Wade Sullivan- and Dr. and'Mfs/ John vRenef icki Lone>Rock: Another. Uone Rock .veteran, Harold 'Nelson, son: of -Mr. and' Mrs.' I, Wi Nelson, is home from .the service; 'Harold; a < Navy Veteran, .became -a ciVllJan:May;15, being discharged at Camp Peary, Va. • Most of his sea duty was spent aboard the USS Brookings, an 11,000 ton. attack 1 transport, He left Home Feb.. 28«» 1944, and went time of its Children of club members with ;my of their friends will be .welcome, and a committee of youngsters will be named for each party. Foursome Committees. For -the mixed two-ball foursome affairs, the dates and' com* miltees will be as follows: . June 9—Mr, and Mrs. C. S, "Kurtz; chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. H: ,F. Fristedt, Mr. and Mrs. Di-ck Cowan, Mr;and Mrs. Ed'DeZellar, : 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haggard, Mr. and Mrs. C. >F. Humphrey, Mr, and Mrs. T. E. Lngerstrom, Mr. and Mrs. -Bob: Williams. Mr. and Mrs, lay -Beamish. Edith Welter,..Fran Sranlham and H. F. Huenhold. 'June 3D—Mr. and • Mrs. Bill Sharp, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. H. ff: Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Cow-. In, Mr. and.-Mrs. W. A. Hall,'Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Harrington. Mr. and ,;Mrs. Jose oh P. Herrig, Mr:' and '/Mrs. R. B. Post. Mr. and- Mrs; ;Harlan Peters and Mr. and Mrs. R. K.-Richard-son. ; July 21—Mr. and Mrs. F. -L, Huxtable, chairmenj Mr. and Mrs. SPECIALS .TOOTH PASTE.... 2 oz. Squibb CODLIVER OIL Podo> shaving Cream ...... (Brushliess or Lather) Large Sice Double DANDEBINE ..... .... 75c IDOAN'S PILLS^... 25c White Shoe CLEANER: ....... ..... 1 lb. Dicbloricide CRYSTALS: 1... C C C commissioningf January 6, 1945. The'ship'Went* to -Hawaii, Guam, lUllthi, Hollandla Manila and Leyte, as well :as;other places, during subsequent months. At the time of Japan's-surrender-the-ship -was in ithe-' f ar • east^ wa.ters-. ; On ; its-. returns trip,, the vessel 'reached the west: coast! -at' Seattle, ,then moved, to Sa4fi;ipruncisco and 'down hroughithe Eanama- Ganal, ,and then tO'Yorktown,.Va.,.whera 'the ship-wag .pl-acediin-the-inactivo reserve'in April of 'this year. HENRY BUM OF LEDYARD GUEST ON Lores Car, Finds It Few Bllo[ck»! Away Union:: Frank Cruikshank lost —arid found4-his car, last Friday morning), and. is wondering: if someone-else had; the same ex- •perjence.. • He drovajto Algona andiparked in front of a grocery store; then went in to do his shopping, not removing 'the car .keys.. When he returned, the car. was gone» : After looking around some, he reported. the loss to the police. They sized up the situation and decided to look around before sending in a stolen car report. The car was found parked-farther down? the street evidently .having been moved by mistake. And Frank wonders if: someone else• returned and' went through the experience of thinking -their can had been stolen. Swimming Pool Tb> Opjen Wednesday The -Algona municipal swimming, pool will open Wednesday, June 5. Tickets-, for the season jr>ay,",l}e. procured! at, the pool. * Swimminfe classes willrbe Held 'and wilFbe anhounced soon. Gkntf Hertz, high school'coach, will act' as- manager of the pool this season. The. pool is to be under :;the jurisdiction of\ the newly;-' -breasted, playground •Hoard.'., Mary; Amunson, Frances Price and Joyce OBrien will also •assist^ait the pool and act as life- guardsA -•Alii, three have Rod (Gross instructors' certificates. iLegion Election Slated : Election: of?officers of the Hagg ;B6st No. 9.0,. American Legion, iwill i take'place-at the Legion hall, ihere,' Wednesday evening. Ledynrd; The following, relat tlves and;ffiends gathered:at-the Henry. Blome home Wednesday evening to help Mrs. Blome celebrate her birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Wrn: Poppe and family, Mh and Mrs. Albert Sleper, Mr. and Mrs. Albert' Goetz and son, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Roppe and son, of Lnkota, Mr. and. Mrs, Iryin Klinksiek and .ion and 'Mrs. Ella Gelhaus. Visitors in.Algonai Mrs. Herbert Zielske and Mrs. Wm. Poppe were Algona callers Tuesday. Entertains Club; . Mrs, D. A. Carpenter entertained the members of the G. O. P. club at her home Monday evening. The evening was soent socially and lunch was served by the Hostess. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus of Long Beach, Calif,, who was a former member of the club, and who. is now visiting her daughter Mrs. Irvin Klinksiek, was a guest. 62 in Bible School The children of the Sacred 'Heart Parish i are having Daily Vacation Bible School: at' the church. There are 62,children in attendance. Sister L'adona, Sister. Prances Joseph and- Sister 'Beede ..of- Bancroft are the instructors. VPPm ftES. MOINES, ALOONA -PAGE Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson visited relatives and. attended Memorial Day exercises at Lu- Verne. family, gathering and 'picnic. ' ' The Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet Thursday, June 13' at the .church with Mrs. D. B. Mayer, as •hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reece and family of Armstrong, visited relatives here on Memorial Day. B.oth Kathleen and Omar had a part in the program at< the town hall. Mrs. Herbert Zielske and daughter Patricia went to Fairmont Wednesday evening to see Mrs. Marian Matzener, who is Jn- the hospital recovering from an apnendicitis operation. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer and Deanna and Mrs. E. E. Williams went' to Redding on Memorial; Day to attend a family gathering there. Mrs. Williams remained' to visit a week.. Mr., and Mrs. Clarence Oswald of 1 Mankato came Wednesday evening to spend' Memorial Day with Mrs, Oswald's mother, Mrs; H; Zielske. In the afternoon they visited other relatives in Elmore. ' Mrs, Alice Garry and dau-gh' ters Ruth' and Rita, Patty McDonald and Maxine Nltz, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Walsh went to Wy- copf, Minn,, on. Memorial Day and on to Rochester and met with other relatives there for a Mrs., Ray Wentworlh went to Blue Earth Tuesday to make the acquaintance of her new granddaughter Roberta Lakay. She was born Friday,-May 2, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wentworth at Blue Earth. This is their third Daughter. , Mr. and; Mrs. Bud< Rich and two daughters Judy and,'Janet of Fairmont visited last Sunday at the Albert Looft home. On Memorial; day Mrs. John Gamble and Judy and Janet Rich, all of ;Fairmont, were guests at the Alibert Looft home. : Mr. and Mrs. Carl Noyes and jSharon of Forest City came to (the D. A. Carpenter home on jThursday and went with Mr. and (Mrs. Carpenter and ; Carol to jGfanada to attend a family gath> iering at the home of Mrs. Carpenter's brother; Harold Woods. ' . The Memorial Day program .sponsored. by. the Matzener-Estle Post in the town hall and at the cemetery was well attended and 'a,very fine program was given; 'Rev. John Van Kommer of, the 'Baptist church at-Bancroft), a-former army chaplain, gave a very; fine message. ; :, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch-and: family, Mr. and Mrs-. Virgil Louchs and family, Mr. and-Mrs. Cecil Pingel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller and Shirley, •Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth.Busch and children, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Welt ^are, Mr. and Mrs. George'Looft, all of Ledyard. Mrs. Mary Watts and Bill of Waseca,. Minn., were .guests on Memorial Day at-' the Albert West home. Nearing Freezing In Entrance Of June The week's weather, presented ;a picture of June coming in •. with ;'near freezing temperatures. However, Monday was a clear day with a rising thermometer. High May 28- _.....,..':.__83 May: 29 _' 77 May; 30 ; (.09 n) 74: May.' 31" 70. June 1 (.07 r.) 57 June 2 63 June 3 71 HOSPITALS GENEUAt/ HOSPITAL May 27: Pauline Snipes, Wesley, appendectomy. 'May 20: Cleo Goetsch,- Ringstedi appendectomy. May 30: Claire Morris, CyllndJ- er, appendectomy, June 1: Mrs. George Kelch Jr., Kanawha, girl. June 1: Mrs. Paul Flathery, Wesley, boy, S June 3: Mrs. Margaret Wlllrett, Brill, surgical.- KOSSUTH IIOSPtTAti •May 27: Trma Davison, Rulhvon, Waller Smith, Algona, Donald Jennings, Sexton, Jeannine Studer, Wesley, Joanne Burgeson, Algona, 'Judy Kay Johnson, Tilonfca, ton- sileclomies; Kathleen Young, Ti- !tonka, appendectomy; Richard Helmers, Algona, surgical. May 28: Raymond Dryer, Fenton, -surgical; Mrs. Harold Colwell, Titonka, surgical. May 29: Nicholas Krieps, Tjton- ka,- medical; Marilyn Trunkhill, Burt) medical. < May 30: .Mrs. Clarence Kennedy, Done Rock, boy; Mary Louise Gallon, West Bend, pneumonia; Mrs. Games Ackermari, Algona, girl- June- 3: John Larson, Algona, medical; Shirley Goetfc, Wesley, tonsileclomy. Reassessment Up At Council Again. At the monthly meeting of the Algona- city council, last Friday evening, several building permits were issued, and other matters pertaining to city planning and reassessment of city property discussed' /Building permits were ^approved for Anna Geilenfeld for a porch, John Wood fof, . a new $3,000 home, Leo J. Miller for a remodeling job, and Charles Pat terson for the construction of a two-car garage. Wednesday evening a special meeting of the council is planned at which time reassessment of city property will be further discussed. Busy Bees Meet Union: The Busy Bee club met with Jessie Long. Owing to the disagreeable weather there was a very small attendance. Roll,call was answered and Bingo was enjoyed. •YDLJ1NG MACHINE Rolls ior xult at the .Algona Ufmer Des Mbines You Neve* 1 tlean6tllY&ut< ENTAt PLATES, So Easily ,ful.brushing.-.last pal >ouf- nlrtic or lii-inVe In s *IAt*j of water. Add « Illll* Kl*«', — nllc. Praia! Slain*. dl«* ft*, denture odor <)Mpp*ltr. YdUfs 'Icplh flnirkto like new. Ask yollr druggist) todny for Klccnlte. Get KLEENITI3 today, at Ttttt* BN-TE PlfAHMACY (successor, to A. 1I> Borcltardt) and all' good* HEAD THE WANT ADS' »»» Day-old? Hi£h Quality Leghorns Only $10.00 peu hundred Also Started' CHicks Slightly Higher. Last Hatch June 12 Burt, Iowa Phon.58 and. 7.7 Now Thru Saturday Bring Coupon With;You* COUPON j Card i BOBBY PINS » i 8c Limit (1) While They " COUPON 85c -.Milk of Misgnesja FT S foir Fatlier^s Jtote Men's Watches Watertight*, shock- proof, dUsfe proof, luminous dial -, sfcUnl^ss steel back, sweep second, hand; All. Genuine Heather— Iji. domesr tie and 4 imported? leathers at- WirfoWs stamced-witH n«me in>22k gold leaf, at no extra, cost; EXPANSION WATGH BANDS he used to pay *15 for a permanent ow she gives herself a wave at home Todny, tliousnntls of women nre giving tlinrnsolvon Toni waves in 2 to <i hours ut, homo. Easy, quirk, gentle even for baby-fine luiir. Uso Toni Tor a >rofession al- .ookiiiK, long- «ft~M lasting, lovely *ir • JL Ann Bixler of Connecticut CRISP COTTON (JHARMGH! Gliamhray inichoice of colors wilH pert-while eyelfet irim. Just one of many coal, f u 8 li i o n- right cottons you'll wear everywhere ... all Summer long! So ensy to do up!, A\ thrill to wear!! See them* today!! SWIM SUITS During 2-pc. Stylet' Skirted Models • 1-ne. Favorite*.- PLAY SHOES — -Rayon Satins, — All-Wool Jersey a —Rayon Boucles —Print Cottons —To Lend 1 Spirit to Your Summer Plftylihie! , Every new version in new 1946 Swim Fashion*, Shirred details, novelty; br* tops and oceans of gay color. 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