The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1946 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 11, 1946
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"Oh Kids with ftaclng tart!" LGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1946 Mrs, Raymond Schultz of ored Guest Lone ftoefe: ,' A. - jWtee&linrie'o'us showeft Was-h^ld ,l ft hohof erf Mtt Raymond 1 ^ehtilt*..Tuesday evert* ing, June 4/ at the .home of hftr mother-in-law,- 'Mrs. c. F. Schultz. There were iround 40 present. The: pragirfrm' consisted of a piano•.selection; pla*yed by Helen Sprahk vahd.;, otic £ame played by the;.'guests and, the bt-ize for it ,b^lng, won', : by • Mrs; Roger. Jensen'.- . The' lov.ely gifts w6fe opened toy thevkrid*. Lunch was 4 seryed by the hostesses, Mts, Fted'k Schultz, , 'Mm*; J.. M. Blahchardr Mrs,'--Ralph' • Biersted't, Mrs. A. ,A. Kruejer, Mrs. Wm. Knoll Jr., .Mis. Fjrarik''' Backed Mrs. Ornie Behreiids; Mi's. L W, Nelson, Mrs..-<Kart', ; KWoldt, Mrs; He«ry..Schroeder,; ;; Mrs. C.•.F. '> The 'W American" in ALGONA -M-v. THE AMERICAN BOY'S RACING CLASSIC! * Weighing-in 4 at 10 A. Ml Corner State and Thoringrton - %:: Parade of Entrie* Sta.rU at Noon on State Street f -v Racing in Afternoon on V Highway 18 • Street Carnival for . Soap Box Day! Mrs.• Hu'ift 'iiejy-is; aftd Voys ?of Lakota -spent: .TO.U'r&dkyt.&vcmrig at the -Wilfred'.^ad^'jitiih*!.: ••'•'• 'Milfred Mitchell ^ ..fekWiifc atteiide$ a 'fathYr-c. qu^t in"the,t)epejv day 6'y.ening;' /p .v Mr, 'and^MrB: v -'Ben .'.'Murray•' of-: Detr6it, Mich,,, -'arrived ''Saturday; evening 'far, a; -.visit at '"tire Bill! Murray, • home. . /'• ''- .v", 1 . Marilyn' Rath' of LuVeftne spent from Sunday-till Wednesday vis- ? itiftg her..grandparents,:. Mr. and' Mrs; Harvey^Rath..,',;,, : - ' Mr. and Mrs.. Neis G^odland and • family,o£ Mitchell,;S,.D.> are visiting the hpm.e of; relatives, Mr: 'ahd Mrs. John Nyrnan. ' ' -Mr. and' Mrsi-^N; -tT' Cotton spent from -Tuesday "till Thursday visiting their.daughter.,Mrs, Harlo</ Shellitp'. at Speliee* 1 ., Mr. and -Mrs.. JameS McConnell of' Dwight, 111..' spent Wednesday, pftcfrtoon- visiting old .neighbors,' Mr.- ahd Mrs/J. W, Hartrhah. Alton Pettit, Bernard:' Pettit, Leon Larson" and Art Priebe returned '••• home'' -Friday •;morning from a fishing trip, in .Northern Minnesota.-y ,• ••/''. , •'••. •Mrs. Edw. Hppprf &ftd"Roger; Mrs. P. L. Person, and ''Mildred spent Sunday visiting the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. John. Kylen at Swea City. '• • ' ' Fred Genrich,. loca'l mail carrier, while shingling" the Wm. Flaig home-Monday, had the misfortune -pflfaljing.'front a ladder LEDYMDGIRLIS BRIDE OF EMORE M*. and Mrs..Wm Orayton' of wasmngton, v ,n. U.^.spehtTiUhday afternoon-afcthe hpnje of Mr; and Mrs, Walter Thompson. \' •• ' v ThtTXone fttfck Ladies Aid<tnet at the chiirch'pafl6rs 'with Mrs. Lillif Thompson 'as" 1 hostess." The regular ' business^ meeting and study was,condi£cted.ML.unch was served by th,fc hostess. • r, , Mr, apd'Mrs. Oiiy-Smith and son Bob of St.'Paul, -Minn., 'and daughter Mrs. Jsick, Lynch and two girls of Xedyard,spent Monday af.ternoqrj at .the. home of Mr. and > Mrs. \Davc' Lynch. ' Mr. an£,Mr$. E.'-]B^ Wright and daugliter 'Ha^na^Janfe ,of. N Wright. Lai, 'and 1 Wiiahjta'. HartWll.' of Gudydart,, ;Li, were"'-Wednesday dinner -Bujstsiat 'theic-home 'at Wuanita/s -u^cle, Henrymartwell and family ton .their-"way ^lor -a vac'ation in Canada. ••. -. . -, Mr, and M&.,' John-"Cherland and Ariel, and the Aihey Cherland family'returtyJd'holme after a,-weekend;visit-at the 1 home of Mr. and Mfe.-'Odey Cherland in Huhmore, S? D.' 1 Mrs, /-, Dean 'Jergens'ofi and Douglas andj-Mrs, Wayne- Haugen of Algona spent Thqrsdny visiting Mrs. Jdrgenson's mother Mrs. Frank Flaifi. A cousin, Helen Sprank, went l home with her for a visit. , The Ralph Hurlburt family spent Thursday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behiends. Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt spent from Sunday >tW Wednesday "helping Mrs, Joe Behrends at Svv:ea City, who has a i\ew baby. ' David Stewart Well Portland; Davjd Stewart' is now in food health aftei- several days' illness the past week, ..Ledyard: Mr, and Mrs. T. R. Estle announce; the': marriage of their, daughter\.Ve.lda. Irene to Harlan Loigernann, son of Mrs. Lewis A.' Olscn of Elmore. Minn., on Fob. 26, 1^48, at Shakopee, Minn. -, \;!'.;'.\?.. • The double.'i-ihg; ceremony \vas performed .totfvpflV.N. A. Augst -'the Lutheriftfehyrch of Shaw- ee. .';'The,ir'?'.3ttcndantB were ,—(ss 'Audrey ... S^ebster of, St. Pot- eir,'.Minn.,';' and':Donald Andersen ^f Minneapolis.^.;.. .,..'.... • ; j^rjvate Lpgeman has recently Tppen transfer'fed\ to Baltimore Ma.,- for six ; mo"hths: of schooling iri 'the-.County"Jritelilgehce Dspt of the^army''. iilit 'corps'. ' ..; .'•:{.Mrs. ; ., Lffgeriiarif- who • has been a cadet nurpc ,at; 4bbot hospital in Hi.nnpsrit.l, Ii8"s'<y l 3s;lgricdiiinrt'is. at nome for-a'chdrt visit" before joining,/her, hUsbamf in Balti rtiore.. -.,,-;._ ' i,. ' .' | ' ' ' '> Mr.- and . lytrsi,''Wm.' Bauman spent last West Bend and Visited, the' qjptto. • ' Connie; Garry', rotiirned home last week, having' Comtilcted her year's teaching; at Cantqrt, • Minn. •--Mrs. L,, Terne's went "to"Iowa City 'last .Monday -to go through the clinic aV'the" University hospital; • - -. .-.y.."' .y.'.'. ,Joe Dyer, -;whd-' is working in WasKinaton, - D, C., came Friday to-visit .his parents, Mr. and Mrs.- Henry.Dye.ri'.. ,- ,,V, - .. . .Mr. .and'..Mrs;'-..George Hapgq, .Mrs. ,Cloo.:Stiibbe and Jean Ga- bcl-.were^busine^srcallcrs in Al- gj>na Wednesday^'-. -. Mr/and'.,Mrs;vJGebrge Jacobscn and Mrs, -Gus-.-Anderson visited at the Ed Fosaren residence in Swea City Tuesday night. Li^T 8 ' CJ ^'vt on Hoseboro' and two cpildren Judy.'and Terry went to Graettinger. last Monday to visit her parents .and-other, relatives ror a w^eek. ;,. - a <-Mr. a^d Mrs;,' E. T. Halvorson and' Marvel. and ""Mr. and Mrs Paul Wilson Attended tlic funeral' 'vorson iwas' a pallbearer ' * t Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gelhaus And Dolores Arno, and Albert 'Battles Jr. left for a short vacatldft trip. They expected to visit at the Clarence Wallace home in Ankeny, an aunt Mrs. H. Kinkier at Rolfe and other relatives at Boone. \ Mrs. Henry Frey, Mrs. L. Wiemcr, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. M er were Algona shoppers l Week Monday. On Tuesday Glenn Burrows and Mrs. ; -G8('l 'Burrows were also Algona callers.. . . .< Thursday afternoon Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, Mrs. Hazel Jcnks; ahd Mrs. D. B. Mayor 1 attended^ Guest Day at Buffalo Center Methodist church. They also called on Mrs. Elvin Carpenter at trfc' hospital. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Aeflt Troff 'visited Mrs. 'E. • A. Carpenter at the Bufalo Center hospital. That same • evening Mrs.' George Thompson, Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and Mrs. H. Sprank visited her. .- .Mr. and Mrs. .Jerry Sullivan drove to Wmona, Minn., last week Sunday and brought their .daughter Catherine . home to spend the summer" ' vacation. Catherine has been a. student at 'St. Theresa academy'this past year. ' . • daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Winkel of Algona, graduated from nurses course at a Des Moines hospital. A granddaughter Berniece Winkel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Winkel of Whittemorc, was married last week Tuesday (June 4), where she was also a guest. Another granddaughter Florence Winkel, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ralph Winkel of Jolict, 111., is to be married this week and she plans to attend. Miss Winkel's mother will be remembered here as Edna Behlmer, daughter of Mrs. J. F. Behlmer. The latter will be unable to attend due to her recent ill Union Fishing Party Union: Kenneth Sarchet, Wm. Tjaclcn, Robert Bode and Ward Winkic spent Saturday at the lakes fishing. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! Mrs. Having Bus^iTinie Of It These Union: Mrs. Mamie Winkel ha a couple of busy .weeks; She anc Mr. and Mrs.. Wm; :Dodds Jr. at tended high school -graduation exercises .at- Austin, Minn., fo her granddaughter Helen Jacobs daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs (Marie Winkel.). Ariothe granddaughter Helen Winkel • • T-»^«-««r»j»»^ %^«iijr at Our Fountain I4c ""'K'' v Chce§c Broiled Frankfurters Beans n* r ^^ T* fTf * Boston 'Brown Bread Lusby & Giossi ' » " '» L i I Jewelry M Eversharp Pens and Pencils f f h^Hftfr&tr^fe4i^ beautiful ne^ EVcrsfiarp Pen and Pencil Sets. They arrived jnsfclast week in a wonderful array of colors, five different styles, and your choice of points." » < Color harmony ihadti ^'.'' foryeurjlyf»...bli>nd», .^^ •run»lt«,brownktt», • • ' r«dh»»d. . • \ M* / -'• . »iui M« : •' *•...•• , Lusby & Giossi •m utio w ^iwfc »»<r Jfc TN^iug- and comb Gents Initial Rings With his own initials. $15.00 up Gents Diamond Rings $50 up Fed. Tax Incl. 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