The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1946 · Page 1
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 16, 1946
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MIlMillSlJISlililli: lURT THEATRE tJm SHOWS AT 7:00 AND 9:00 ? P. M, Announcement In last week's column we told you to watch for some interesting news this Week. This is it. We want to get acquainted With; everybody around; and'to.have everybody get ac(jualnt£d with the BUrt Theatre/ its' air-cooled atmosphere, 'its new screen- and new- sound system. So each week we will print the names'of three residents' 1 in this column—InVltlne them to attend any 1 , 1 ; show, during that week FREE, That way we'll meet you .faster—and you'll sec a good show, on the house. • The" names will be picked at random. The first three are as follows: JOHN HAUPERT ,. Rbutc No. 2,'Burt\. - CALVJIN Route 2A, Algott'a ..' K. C:, rfREMMEL Burf So—the. above three een- llcmcn are invited to attend any one show this week" at the Burt Theatre—the ticket will be on the house! Just come to the box .office .(either Mrs, Perry or I will he there) and tell us who yoiii are—and sec the show. T ( |ie rest of you watch next week's column for >. three more 'people to be chosen as "ffucsts .of the house!", .,, .". ^COMING i SHOWS • AT THE BURT, THEATRE . '••:•' i ;.'"'' '*• WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY ' JULY 17 and18 ',' Rich man, Poor man, 'Bee- fraj'man, Thief—AND A WOMAN, Come and See Them in • "CLUB HAVANA" Also: Sec Our Gay and Frolicking Tecn-Acers In. "THE KID SISTER" FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 10 "and 20 RADIO'S Most Hilarious Program, is, on thp Screen at Last.* "PEOPLE ABE FUNNY""'.' <! Starring Jack Haley ~-"Rudy.'Yalta Ozzie Nelson '•— Philip Heed V'ith the Vaebonrfs ' ' Art LinktystteP / and the ''People Are Funny 1 ' i Radio Show SUNDAY and MONDAY. JULY 81 <Mld 88 DO YOU u Like Abbott & Costello? Bee Them •;".; of , cornjler, more lull of Tftrf g M«re H) See >AL(K)NA WPEft DES ALGONA 10WA . MM.'C. L. fngefioli rSturnted last'Tuesday from a ten-day visit yrttih-her son Tyrrell and family at Cedar Rapids. M*. and Mt«. Uutwbed f»oiltei and son of Tama spent the weekend with the formers mother, Mrs. Pearl Potter. 4 Mr. and tftt. P t P, Zefaas went to Fort Dodge Sunday, where the former entered the hospital for a few days of obser- NORDEX SKIN CREAM"........ BUBBLE BATH, 3 Jbs.. iJE'AT POWDER CIJ&ICOOL POWDER iffor heat rash) * " ' 'J ' ' ,« 98c •*:•'<. 25c BISMO'L JCA 3UC (for uiiset stomach) ireAi FAG ; / TABLETS. 500' for.... BATHING We Carry. A Complete Liipie Of '^PRESCRIPTION. Pharmaceuticals I HUENTE PHARMACY Prescriptions a Specialty M PHONE 252 Goes to Town Tfqity gfli (?yerywhw§ with s H '•fwryumi-mt in gjl Us fashion «- ; U: •;-.;• it, , to- vation following several days ness. Katharine Van Net* returned Tuesday' from Los Angeles, Calif., where she spent two weeks with her brother John and family. She made the trip by plane. . . Mr. and.Mrg. Mariln Kruseand sons Robert and Monte returned the first of last Week from a few days of vacation at 'liiltle Falls,. Minn., where her brother and sister live." John Linnari and daughters Margaret and Joan and grandchildren Florence and Bijly Daugherty of ' Maurice were week-end guests at the home of the f owner s son L. E. Linnan. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt are the 'parents of a baby boy born Monday morning at the Kossuth hospital. The young man weighed ji Ibs., 10 ozs. The Pratts have twp other, boys, Jim and Dick, Mr. and Mrs., John Haggard returned .Thursday from Virginia, Minn., and'other northern'poinjtsi Mrs. Haggard had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' J. M. Thurston the past few weeks, and John joined her a Week ago. Betty Schmiit of Davenport Recently spent 1 a week With h'er parents, Mr. and Mrs. To^iy Schmitt. The; Schmittts wetttjto Rochester last Week rarjd [Mrs! Schmitt -went through the cliriic. Mrs. rfay Hopkins of : Gl6ndal*i Calif., and her daughter and husband, Mr.,and Mr$. Bud Kfflt* vet of Clarion "were guests' Wednesday and Thursday at iihe W. E. Hawcot jthome.' Mrs. Hbp- kins is Mrs. Hawctott's : ^ister-iin^ law. ;-, • Mrs. W. K. Laivell '. and ,Jwp daughters are expected ' hom'e Sunday from -Hackensack, .Minn., where they have spent the p'ast ten days in a cottage on Ten Mile Lake with Mrs. Laivell'o sistjcr: Mrs. Josiah Hartzell and children. . ' Mr. and Mrs. A. H- Borchardt; Mrs. G. F. Towne and.daughter, Betty Lou, and Pat Lynch attended the wedding of Maiigaret Anne Walk and Lt (j. g.) Ma;rk A. Durst, on July 7 at : Grafton. Miss Walk; is a niece of the Borchardt's.' . '• . -' i Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders feft Saturday for Minneapolis, where the former is looking over some of the merchandise lines which Jie sold prior to his illness last winter. They also .plan;to spend a few days at Clear Lake wjth friends. , Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson took Audrey Frye to .Blue Earth, 'Minn., Sunday to catch the; bus to Park Rapids, Minn., whe/re. she spend the next two week* ftuss dobk's Cafhp-6-Lakes. Dt- ing hef absence The Pantry wilt be closed until July 29. M*«, Edith Qoodmari tnd granddaughter Noella Noel ot Battle Creek, Mich., will leave Thursday after spending a week in Algona with the former's brother John Wheelock and fam* ily. .Mrs. Goodman Was'jjradu&tt ed from the Algona high school 60 years ago last June. , Mr. and MM. Del Cloplon and Mr. and Mrs. Torn Holmes and two children, returned Saturday from a 10-day vacatoin trip mto northern Minnesota', and Ganacfa. They drove two .cars and'went io Winnipeg, Canada,,. via CrookS- ton, Minn,, and returned .via Fort Francis, Can., and International Falls. . Belle Teltter. Seattle. Wash,, spent several days last- week as the guest of Carrie Durant. The Tellier family ;left Algona more than 40 years ago, but Miss Tellier has kept .up her acquaintance by occasional .visits here.; This years' trip back to the • middle west was made because of the illness of her' ; ,sister Mrs. Julia Dalziel, Storm' Lake. Mrs. Laughlih .Quinn, Washington, D. C., is expected this mid-week for a visit-with her mother Mrs. Laura 1 Chubb. Her husband will join, her in a couple of weeks to visit his mother Mrs. Mary Quinn and sisters : Mrs. Roy Christensen and Mrs. Joel.'Herbst and their families. Mrs. Quinn is driving out with friends.vwho 'are going through here. John Thompson and sister Margaret and the former's' son Harold and family of ,Hpllandal£, Minn., and John's daughter,' Mrs. Lillian Gussing and daughter Helen of Venice, Caliif., ; : > ahd;_Or,-) ville Duncan were gUe'st&iSUn- day at the home of Jqfirt^Thplrip- son's cousins, August SragleAand Clara Zahlten. Mrs. Gusshifj-• $ifi spend the suhimer«with''htr.'fath- er. - ' . ' ' •',• -.•••: > :;< : Mv:v. Mr. and Mrs; HaroldVB&iiii and daughter-Judy Kay "of •Gle'rt- dale. Calif., are ; spending 'this week with "'the latter.'s aunts, Rose and Christine Arend; .They have been visiting in the middle west the past 'three or four weeks*, but will leave for California by the first of next Week. Harold, who formerly lived here, has been in government radar work. - '', • •'. .-.-'• • ' '. Donna Dooley arri Ted last Tuesday from Oakland, Calif., for a visit here with' her brother | Kenneth Dooley, and other relatives. She will also attend the wedding of her coUsin, Rita. Miss Dooley has been teaching in ttte elementary schols of Oakland for the past two years .arid- during the summer has been, employed in the phone room of-'the 'flassi* fied ad department of ;the Oakland Tribune. -:She Will leave, for Oakland July 2§. .; Mr. and - f Mrs. E. O..' .fjf(, Des Moines were over :*" nigfl *•"••; I •• ' • ."" • - ..' ;, Beautifully Tailored Suits Fall suits the way you've j dreamed V , , , ; ,.. : ; j of them are here-'now! Beautiful . , . ' '- \--; • checked wools and 'mix^d; tweeds softly interpreted iin j the new, soft, lovely silhouette but still adroitly tailored. 'Whatever your preference, you're sure to find it here. Newest Chalk ndsome Wool suit on Our Uy-Awiy PUn fitests at the* horne of June dorey la^t Wednesday. Mrs. Fentoh, Who is national secretary of the Sotoptomist club, catne to install Roise 6canlan as new president pf the local club, and gave a very Interesting account of the na* ilbnal convention held in Estes Park recently. Mr. Fenton was a* dinner guest of T. H. Ohrischil- les. The Fentons own the A. I. B, school in Des Moines. Mr. and MM. Don Hemmingsen ipent the weekend at Worthing* tt)n, Minn., visiting Mrs. Hem- rtiingsens parents, ' Bererlf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, came home last week from the General hospital, following an appendectomy, Elfie Vera. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vcra, spent two days visiting here from Omaha, Sfeb., where she is in nurses training, ", Patricia, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C. U. Pollard, has finished Her nurses training at Rochester and arrived home July 14 and will remain at home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conklin and Merle Conklin, Morrison, .111., spent a few days recently with the mcns parents, Mr, and Mrs. George Conklin. • Mrs. William Jenson of Chicago camp last week for a visit with her niece and husbanrl, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Malueg. She will remain for another week, . -Theresa Harig, employed (it the Hawcott & Ogg store, under)went an operation for gall bladder trouble at the M«rcy hospital in Mason City last Friday. v Bill Kain. son of the late Dr. Will Kain and Mrs. Lottie Kain of Des Moiries. spent Thursday here with friends. He is employed with the "Register and Tribune" at Des Moines. ',: Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd. Mucke^ and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reid returned Saturday from Park Rapids, Minn., arid" other northern Minnesota points, where ,they have been enjoying a two weeks Vacation. ,. •" , Mr. and Mrs. Hay McCorkle of Austin, Minn., visited recently with the Dr. Harry McCorkle family and Mrs. Fred Martin, motlher of Mrs. McCorkle. The McCorkle's son Don received his discharge from service Saturday. Mr. and Mw. C, U. Pollard and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lindholm went to Estherville to spend the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clayton, They were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Latch, former Algonians now living at Windom, Minrt. Victor Parsons, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Samson, Went to Lake Menagha, Minn., Saturday, where they spent the weekend at the Claude Samson cottage. Mrs. Parsons, who had •been there for a longer visit, returned home with Mr. Parsons and the Samsons. Mrs. Emma Plait and sons Harvey and George of Neosho, Neb., came Wednesday to visit the former's son Howard Platt and family, and her sister Mrs. Allie Nolte. Friday, Howard and his son George, and Harvey and George, went to northern Minnesota on a few days fishing trip. Mrs. Clyde Ridenour and children of Rochester, Minn., arrived Thursday for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne. BcrnadeUe Barbaras of Ann Arbor, Mich., is also a guest of the Paynes and the John Bies- ers. Miss Barbaras, a sister of Mrs. Payne and Mrs. Bieser, is bookkeeper at the St. Joseph's hospital, Ann Arbor. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weggener returned Thursday to their home at Tacoma, Wash., after visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Louis Weggener and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Weggener of Clinton have also been here on a visit. Both are former Algona families, and William was for some time in a Whittemore bank, continuing in the banking business in Clinton. Mrs. Mildred Moore and Mrs. Nettie McChesney, sisters of Mrs. Frank Geigcl, who live in Orton- villc, Minn., are moving to Algona Sept. 1 and will ocupy the house in which Mr. and Mrs. Gco. Conklin arc living. Mrs. Moore is fin invalid and no longer able to care for a home and sold her prbperty in Ortonville, arranging for Mrs. MtChesney to make her home with her. Patricia Malern, fi. K. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Matern, and a friend, Katherine Donovan of Faribault, Minn., left Tuesday by plane from Des Moines for Sacramento, Calif., to work in a hospital. The women are classmates, having graduated from Mercy hospital, Des Moines.. Miss Matern served overseas and except fof a brief,; peiStta ^ fflf nursing' in ftcs Moines, since fret, discharge, has been With hereof? ents. ' I"' Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Palmer h«f|; received wofd from their daUghf ter Martha, R. N., that she has been commissioned a captain at the Fitzsimmons Gdhefal how pital, Denver, Colo. Miss Palme? has been in service four yoars| three of which were spent in the' E. T. O. She went to Denver las! October to enter this army hos| pital. The BASEBALL Game of the Year ALGONA vs LOTTS CREEK Algona, Sunday, July 21 2:30 P. M. — Kossuth Fairgrounds Lotts Creek is first in Kossuth League. Algona is tied for second place. This will be the last home game on the Algona league schedule. DON'T MISS THIS GAME! CLEARANCE Not all sizes, of course, but really wonderful values if your size is here! 12 Suits in sizes 10 to 18 and 12 Coats hi sixes 12 to 44. .' COATS S WOMEN'S DRISSES Many DARK colors for occasions now and into fall, and plenty of colors and fabrics for wear now! All sizes included in 45 dresses! WOMEN'S HANDBAGS Lots of time left to carry a smart Summer handbag—and the price is so low! White and colors. Values to $5.95, all going at WO 0 L SKIRTS Buy for your needs months ahead! Plain color and plaid skirts in a selection that has just about every size. Some of these sold for as high as $5.95! Just 36 pieces. About 30 women's and misses' blouses (some of them sold for as high as $4.95) all to go at this one low price! Checks, stripes, and colors—in blouses for wear now anil later. HATS ISOCK Come in and select any bat your heatf de* sires from our present stock-—and pay only two dollars for it! 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