The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1946 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 18, 1946
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PAGE EIGHT- til^fett ALdOKA IOWA, Bob Smith, of Hammond, Ind.. visited Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt from Sunday until Thursday last week. Esther Fitch, daughter of Mrs. P. W. Hanson spent last •week at the home of her sister Mrs. Martin Zimmerman at Whittcmore. Mr. and Mrs, L. J. Heed have received word from their son S. Iowa Tuesday and Wednesday June 18-19 RACY ROMANCE! MOTES Sgt. Bob Reed, that he is being transferred from Memphis, Tenn., to Baltimore, Md, Bill Qiotsi Jr. returned recently from Charles City, where he had been a guesl for a week at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Jacobson. Mi. and Mrs. M. J. McCall visited recently in DCS Moines with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Griffith. The Griffiths recently purchased a home in Des Moines. Cpl. and Mrs. Duane Wallukait left recently for Amarillo, Tt?x., where they will make their home and finish out the time Duane has in the service. He expects to be discharged in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wallace left June 9 for theii* home in Hollywood, Calif., after a week or ten days in Algona visiting the letter's sister Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and brother, H. E. Rist. Peter Held! of Fort podge, formerly of Algona, is in a Fort Dodge hospital with a broken leg received a weak or so ago in an automobile accident. Mrs. Heldt and daugflter Lucille were in the car, but were not hurt. Fred Taylor came from Isabel, S. D., Tuesday for a visit with his sister, Mrs. May Haegan and witff his brother Will and other relatives. He plans to be in this vicinity three weeks. He is em- ploved as school custodian at Is. abel. Mrs. Lyle Reynolds and chft. dren Dorothy and Dick went to Mason City last Monday for a visit with Mrs. Reynold's mother, Mrs. Margaret Kinsella, Dorothy returned Thursday but Mrs. Reynolds and Dick remained until Sunday. • Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hagg of St. James, Minn., were guests recently at the 'home of the former's mother Mrs. Louis Hagg. Mr. Hagg and his wife, who is a Minneapolis girl, were married in that city about two weeks ago. Mr. Hagg operates a job shop in St. James. A letter from Mrs. John P. Sanders informs us that she and her husband, Sgl. Sanders, are Co-Hit Hopalong Cassidy in "EAGLES BROOD" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 20-21-22 Soap Box Derby Day Thursday, June 20 Friday and Saturday, June 21-22 DURANGO H |-:ftJN HIGH! CftARLES'' "•'.- ' SMItEY StARREIT *vBURNETTE .aiIti.liiitaBJ('jIi4-.' v ' ; 1<! . the Wist's No. I Comic DORIS HOUCK 2EKE CLEMENTS (at Grand O'» Opry) S^re^nplay hy Robefl Lee Johnion Vr«;iKe»] (>y COLBERT CLARK CiredeiJ b; RAV NAZA.1RO A COLUMBIA PICTURE Co-Hit Meet The HEKUAii AND THEIR .DREAM BOATS! 7 Added, Serial "Jungle Raiders" Axminster Rug 27x48 $395 Lamp Shades New assortment. New designs. Goldfish 15c 25c Chocolates Assorted 60c Ladies. White Purses $|49 $|98 Thermos Bottles Pint «/ a Pint ${19 SJI9 Agrico Fertilizer i. Sprayers All metal 35 C 39 C 89" Suit Cases Heavy frame. Gray .. tweed design. SJ50 plus tax Ben Franklin Store For Your Home Occasional Chairs Youll be surprised how any room will ..welcome one of these chairs. In mahogany or walnut, modern or traditional. $12,75 Card Tables Durham metal legs, metal frames. Sturdy, durable top. $4,25 Mirrors All sizes and shapes. Some with frames, others plain. $5,75 -$16,75 A Group of Tables Lamp tables, cocktail and coffee tables, end tables, bedside and radio tables . . . youll find them all in this group at $4,50 UP Foster Furniture now living at Mt. Clernans, Mich., where the sergeant is stationed at Selfridge Field. The Sanders left Algona May IS. Sgt. Sanders had formerly been stationed here at the' Prisoner, of >Var Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Town* w*nt to Applcton, Wls., last week to meet .their daughter Betty Lou, who is speech pathologist in the schools there. They returned home Friday and after* a few days with her. parents, Miss Towne Will attend summer School at Iowa City, continuing her studies of this branch, of science. Mrs. Richard BradiftY an-J her son Harry roceiitly visited relatives at Centerville and Fairfield. At Centerville,, thefe wore guests rff Mrs. Eva'Bradley, hiothei'-i'n-' Iw of Mrs. Bradley, At Fairfield they were guests of Mrs. Bradley's oarcnts. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dana. Harry remained for a longer visit with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Dow Laidley and •laughters Gladys and Rosalyn "isitcd relatives here recently Mr. Laidley took his wife and ''opalvn to Fnrt Dodge to spend -rime time with her mother, Mrs. v '"hnls. OlfiHvs and Mr. Laidley '•eturned to Rochester, where he '<< associated with a newspaper. The T aidl^vs visited Dow's mother, Mrs. A"nes Laidley and sister Mrs. Milton Dahl. Harold Dains Jr, left recenlly for Marian, Parker, and oth'er towns in South Dakota, \vhere he •will visit his father's ^relatives , until the end of the AVeekJ Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter ac- r^'v'panicd their son and his wife, Mr.'and Mrs. Richard Potter, to Curlew Sunday to spend *he day with Mr. and ! Mrs. E. L. Kooker. Mrs, Kooker is a daughter of the B. H. Potters. Mrs. E. L. DeZeller .'.and her mother Mrs. J. P. Greeloy, of St. Paul have been in Ship Rock, N. M..' the oast ten davs .visiting t'icir pistcr and daughter, Mrs. , Chas. Cummins, who lived in Al- "ona while hor husband was in the service. Mrs. DeZeller and 1 her mother expect UKspend some time in Duluth and Superior with other members of their family bofo"-! returning home in about a ••nonth. Mr. rnd Mrs. William Johannsen and children Biil Jr. and Bob if. Perry ,«r>cnt a week a?n last ^unriav with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tohannsen. The two families drove to Waverly to visit Mr. and Mrs. Hins Johannsen, the latter havirip returned the previous day from Rochester where sh.ei had been a major surgery patient the nisi three weeks. She had'un.- dcreone a gall bladder'operation and was recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Galbraith ind son Bill and William GaU braith, father of Bj A., left recently for a tour of the southwest 'i find a suitable living place for LUVERNECOUPLI WED 59 YEARS; HONORED JUNE 13 LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs. H, C, Allen were pleasantly surprised, Thursday afternoon, when ;• a large number of friends / atitj neighbors came to help 'them observe their 59th wedding artfit* versary. They received several baskets of flowers and numerous cards. They havd two children, Ed Allen of Clarinda, Wh6 "ivas present for the celebration, and Mrs. Marguerite Smith of Mihn6* apolis, Minn. They also have four grandchildren and • (four great grandchildren. Home From College • Robert Chapman, who is attending college in Ames, spent several days visiting his mother Mrs. Irvin Chapman, ,and alsd'at the home of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman. L.. Visit at J. A. Nelson's • Clair Nelson of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Kennetlj Davies of Jackson, Minn.,' were' recent visitors at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and-. Mrs. J. A. Nelson. .'. ' ,:,';' Daughter Visits, Parents , ' ',.' Mr. and Mrs.' .Ralph Andrews of Cedar Rapids spent a' : feMw days visiting at the home' o-f p h'eV narents Mr. and Mrs. Art DmY* ler. 'Mr. .'Andrew^' is on 'terminal leave from the army. • • " ".• V. Norman Hesse Home Norman Hesse, who has been attehfyinJE college . • ,at ' ' An has anrjyed home to 'spend - iufifcfh was iefvcct by the hostess m it the elMS of the meeting libSe^ for the July meeting will; b*vMW. . MfS. Otto. Minus and Mrs. H. E Mifclte: >V.> i •: . , members of the Good Wll «lub held theif ftnhual picnic in the, citj*'fcark on Sunday. \ HaroM Riloy of Waterloo spen 4 ,few days visiting at the horn Of .hi3.;Urtde artd aunt Mr. am M»s, Aft ^netf, . .'• of Fort Wayne Ind^MMvlSitof recently at th httfl*' of 'his uncle : and aunt Mr • ^'i.,fvF..:Fett.' and fi ,'- and -. Minrad Babble and ; Miss Xreigel, all of Renwick v/ftr:^'. visitors Thursday at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ku bl y,'- •'.«•••'.•. ,t. •. . ' .Mr, and Mrs. Harold Sorcnson and" family and Mr. and Mrs Walter. Hefti' and family spen several days fishing in Northern Minnesota.'- MaHlyn Miller, daughter o Mr.-• and .Mrs. Lawnence Miller spent.a few days in Cedar Rap ids ..Visiting her cousin Jean MdsHer. '• , Mr.- and Mrs. Hubert Chad Wick,and, Son, Miss Jean Wood and Clair Gill, -all of Anita, were visitors recenllyVat the home of Mr",: ah'd Mrs. Bert Ramus. j \ Mr.' tjnd ! Mrs. Harry Hoepner h'aye.. ^e.turh'ed to their home in Tu ';, after spending sev- - . oral <}ays ; .visitihg at the home of his,paLXents:Mr.-tind Mrs. William Hoepner. ' • *ii 'tt, V-''- i'Mr.'.and Mrs, Ralph Lawrence ate • vlslt'ihg. at- the home of Mr. and Mrs, 'Hal Rogers. The Law- rerjces t returned home- 1 j-ecently aftei'-f pending .the winter months, dai '.,». • summeXy vacation with his wife and ,dauehter and also hjs snoth'- ) Mr ; ;an4 ; Mrs. James Neville and dfcugfiter 1 Diane of Ames spent Several .days'; vMtirt|j v at"the" home Of; Her'parents,'/Mr. and Mrs. Art er Mrs. Lillie Hesse. . Mr. " and Mrs., George.' Swarfs and'Miss Gunda' Egertjspn, 'all <if Ames, were' weekend etiests at the home of Mr. find Mrs. J. A. Nelson. Mrs. 'Swarlz' is the. former Betty Nelson and Mi^s Eg* ertson is a sister of Mrs. Nelson/ Trthdsy Club Trip Mrs. Ed Dehnerti Mrs. Hnrry Lichty. Mrs. George Tiede, -Mrs. "anl PHillips. Mrs. Archie Sanford. Mrs. Jess Lindcbak qird Mrs. Hui?h Shirk, all members of the Birthday club, spenl Thursday in- Forl Dodee visitine at the home, of Mrs. Charles Wolf. the winter. The dRttfrnW Janet •cmainod with her sister a'nd he* husband, Mr. and Mrs; Bob 'Amunson. B. A. Galbraith has been 'n a veterans hospital at-Minneapolis for some time .but is now iblc to be dismissed, and sincq the ricorous climate .of Jpwa }s not best for him, the fapnjly plans to locate in a climate fayorablq for him. Later: hoy .\yere, heard from while at Doming N M. Presbyteiian Aid Meet* -. The,.Presbyterian Ladies -Association .met Wednesday, afternoon at the-home of Mrs. Fred Ha^ist with ...a,..very good attendance. Mrs'."Walter Engel,' president' of the association, had charge of the business .'meeting. Following tVje business,meeting the afternoon Was spent socially. Lunch: "W^is served ,by the hostess, assisted by Mrs.,.Mile), Patte'rson and Mrs. Peter..'Rubcrg at the close of the af terpoo.n'., • . FIRE CHIEF WARNS OF.'FLASHFIRES' Fire Chief Ira Kohl, asked to comrmnt on fire prevention as a '•e?ult of two disastrous hotel fires in the mid-west recently, said that each of the fires were; "fjash" fires. In this type of blaze, -the fire may smoulder unnoted for some time, i-eneratin;? sassy- fumes.- When oxygen is suddenly mixed with the ?as. as might haooen by havin? a closet door suddenly ouened, a flash of firo results which .-Ignites everything burnable in the vicinity and spreads fast. The best fire prevention is that done by each householder 4 and business man who checks his own premises carefully, lie added. Boy, 20 Months, Is Burned In Mishap Lu Verne; Relatives here have received word; that Billy, 20 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. 'William Guile of Santa Monica, Calif., and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thompson of asle Gro%'e was badly burned on his arms and bodv. when he tipped a pan of boilin? wator over on himself at the home of his grandparents in Eagle Grove. He is in the Mercy ho.sottal in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Guille and Billy have been visiting it her parent's home for several week.-. Mr. Guile came from California to be with his wife and son. Lit- Mo Billv is a sreat grandson of Mrs. H. E. Peitzke and Mrs. Pel- ••r Thomson. . duos!*'' at Kubty's . .'<'... Mr,.an.d.Mrs. Henfy Haesley of ^w,.Garilus, Wis., were guests' Thursday, at the home .of Mr.,aijd : Mrs. ..Henry; Kubly. They .also vas» ited afthe Elmer-Kubly and Pd- w in Marty, homes. Plan Coffee Party , , The Cemetery Association met Thursday 'afternoon in. -the--eity hall with a very good attendance. Hostesses, for, this -meeting were Mrs. C. O; McClellan, Mrs. Andrew Niclson and Mrs. Jennie Phillips. Mrs. Ervin Barton, president of the association, had charge of the business meeting. Plans were made to serve doughnuts and coffee in the city hall Saturday evening, July 3.- Following the business meeting the affierhb.6ii.was spent socially and , . pimler.. ' Jame? is attending col- ,jege at Ames. /,, . -Mri'-.and'Mrs. Henry Kubly, Mr.' ah(} Mrs. : Elmer. .Kubly and ions . and Mr, and ^rs. Edwin Marty- had- a, picnic dinner near Tuttle -Lake near Fairmont, Minn,,- /re'cently. « ;• 'Mrs. Ray, Stone and her daughter Marcia are in Chicago visiting at the homes of her sisters flhd. families, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- li^m Kra'ft in La Grange and Mr. ahd Mrs.' George Wallace. **''.. Luy«ririe People At Evangelical Camp ,,'.Lu' Verne: ;Rev. Paul Becljt- ftndi Miss- Esther Mcrkle nc- Hams, Mrs. ttcnry Johannsen, M«. Wi B. Officet, Mrs. Florence Sehichtl and Lofena filebhdl (Mr. and Mrs. Fred SefdaM ! Rfid famllyi .Mason dity, Wefe Week- crtd visitors a week ago at the home of Mr. Serdahl's fflOther, .Mrs. Hbwafd. • They weftfj SUft- day dinner,guests at the Walter -•••-•••-•• home. . •• • ; ,,,i: -'.;!• companied , by Betty Hefti, Wayne -Marty ' and 'Jerry Miller attended, ftn;, intermediate camp convention : of 'the' Evangelical oHurch'" which' was held from Sunday, June 9, until the 15th in Ceddr ijFalls: Jtev. Beckman and Miss Merkle were teachers at the convention^ ' • 50 Attend Shower A t .^uir^-,; Tue«day, .Buit:, About • 50 attended the shower' given, at Ihe Methodist church- '^Tueatlay'' .Afternoon for, Dqnn'a,, ,-jeap!, Dutl'oh. A color s^heme,J gsf,i;pihk, and white was used' ,lri We' decoratibhs and in were-miniature entertain— -.. _, _ group of parodies" of popular songs by Loi;ena :Riephoff,. .Shirley Lockwood,''Shirley, Harvey, Joyce Ryerson r and Margaret Officer, and several .gajiies. Hostesses included-Mrs. F.-L. Ryerson, Lurena, Mrs, Harry, McChanc, Mrs, L. E.. Riebhoff,, Mrs. Hugh Wil- WatQring pots. -The merit", consisted of a DANCE Lesion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, June 21 BOB LIPKA Return engagement by re? quest. "The Band in De< maud" Tuesday, Junt 25 ... SCANDINAVIAN'S Announcement ' • '- •• } 4 : ': I have purchased the Jimmie Neville Shoe Store. Have new shoes ordered and will also carry a line of work shirts, jackets, overalls, hose'and gloves. School and Office SUPPLIES Sporting Goods Gift. Playground Equipment Full Lint of Stationery Boxed Candy AGENCY FOR L. C. Smith & Cprona Typewriters and Adding'RJa • r ;*•„ The Servfee Cf «t$r Phone 520-W for Prompt Service Ort BOTTLED GAS 20 Years Experience—No Red Tape- Dependable Delivery—Just Phone Us and We'll Do the Rest. Bjustrom's Furniture Co. Established 1925 Algona, Iowa fWi-:&W:%S&¥»w*Sffl : £ See us today! We're headquarters for the tire that OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES! the "tire that outwears prewar tires" really news? Aik ftunt driver Jimmie Lynch. Thiii uapojed photo Was joapjjed as newsretl cameras recently filmed Jimmie testing 'new B.F. Goodrich Silvertowns—the tire THe new wider, flatter tte»d give* better traction, lafer stopping, loncec wear. Two shock-absorbing breaker scrips give extra' protection aejiast sudden blows; Maybe'JMf'P ';' O we have your size in Tk I K .,. ftmr ^ , stock.: Stop in today. IJ/| C r 1.01-u CONVENIENT T f R M S AVAILABLE O. K. Rubber Welders Lester DcBoIt .'hone : 308 118 N. Thorington B.FGoodrich TIRES Wet Basements Can Be Made "Dry As a Desert" with Armor Coat Waterproofing IP * A White Ivory ARMOR COAT can taipiixed to a heavy mortal- paste for filling cracks, then, reduced by adding water to a paint consistency, .is ready" for painting and decorating, The treatment of FLOORS either against moisture py for decorating purposes can fee handled very effect ;j tively with A|tBfOR COAT and Lumber Co» -Phone g§6

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