The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1946 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 23, 1946
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, JULY 23,1946 Streamlined BALL BEARING STROLLER Rubber Covered A i i AH BUtMJJerS^. Vl I i»V FejtthorlKc all-craft construction ,.. olllte precision bear- in/fs • -, ,i hag «l»llfl-Up" foot rest. •. chrome tubular construction throughout gives a tested shake-proof assembly. Nationally ^ Organized .ALGONA UPPER DES MftfNES, ALGONA IOWA (All Tuesday and Wednesday, July 23-24 POWERFUL AND BOLblH ITS STORY! UNFORGETTABLE IN ITS DRAMA! Added "Old MacDonald Had A Farm" ••• ..- News S , / Thursday, Friday and Saturday^ July 25-26-27 " 'f '. ' • • L -v' . . 'A-. lOTU' Ait_J ••' ,. ..•,;! ' ., V I'-^i 'r-i "\''/. Mr. and Mrs, D. H. Ooeders are leaving today for Okoboji for* a 'Week or ten days. James Kirk of Chicago, has been visiting Dr. and Mrs. L. R, Potter the past week. John Wood returned Thursday from Minneapolis, where he had been visiting relatives since Sunday. Francis Harrison of Titoiika is spending this week with his grandmother Mrs. Gertrude Harrison. Howard Black and his bride of Omaha, Neb., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Black, last week. Harm. He!mars returned to work at the Botsford Co., last week after being home with sciatica for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huxtable and the former's sister Catherine Huxtable of Denver left Monday for a few days at Okoboji. Mrs. W. B. Quarion left Saturday for Cedar Rapids to spend a week or ten days with her son W. B. Quarton and 'family. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Giossi and son Sill left Saturday for a ten- day vacation. They will attend the rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyo. Mrs. Vivian Moore has resigned her position at the Iowa State bank and has begun working for the Thompson Distributing Co. Mrs. Margaret Colt of Chicago came last week to visit her mother, Mrs. C, A. Momyer and her brother Jack and sister Maxine. Jim Pool is expected home the last of this week from Denver, Colo., where he ha been vacationing for the past three weeks. Mrs. Roger Phillips returned last Wednesday from a visit with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Park, at Ottumwa. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Price of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hutchinson of Wesley are on a week's trip to Illinois to visit relatives. Mrs. Russell French arrived by plane last week from her home in McNarey, Ariz., for ,a visit with her mother, Mrs. John Frankl. " Mrs. Blanche Caldwell and son Jerry of Grays Lake, 111., are visiting her. sister and brother-in- law Mrs. Ernest Godfredson of near Algona. i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker returned Saturday from Okoboji, where they spent their vacation. Their store was closed while they were away. Mrs. Lester Weise and daughter Darlene of Fort Worth, Tex., spent the weekend with her sis- ter Mrs. Don Weise. Lester anc Don are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donovar and children Betty and Bob anc Ralph's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R F. Donovan spent the weekenc at the Okc'bojis. Homer Anderson and daughter Joyce returned Tuesday from Brookinfis, S. D., whore he hpc gone on business in connection with his farm. 'Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Alderson and the latter's mother Mrs Anna Sutton returned last midweek from a fishing trip to Black Duck Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Al Cameron returned to their home at Minneapolis, Wednesday, after a few weeks visit at the C. F. and Edward Roepke homos. Sheila Ann, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Harisen, went to Buffalo Center, Wednesday for a ten-day visit with her friend, Marcella Hansen. Russell Hardgrove got out ol the hospital last week after a six-day sojourn for treatment oJ osteomylitis which had developed from bumping his left arm. .Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace and the latter's sister Marie Grover of Burt, returned last week from a week's vacation at Lake Howard near Walker, Minn. •Mr. and Mr,?. R. L. Duncan and children, Diane and Bobbie, arrived Saturday from Westfield, N. J., to visit Mrs. Duncan's mother, Mrs. Maude Free. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Colwell and Gary spent Sunday at Clarion with Mrs. Colwell's parents and at Jewell, where they attended a shower for a cousin.. Mrs. W. B. Rae of Mason City spent the weekend with her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood anc Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley anc daughters Alma Dee and Mary Lou, returned last week from a two weeks vacation at the Oko- bo.iis. Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell and children, Joy Lee and Jerry, returned Monday from Earlham, where they spent a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Standing. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Schouien and son Jack of Keokuk lef) Sunday for their home after a week in Algona with their daughter Mrs. Robert LaBarre City, spent Saturday with Miss Wadleigh. Mr. and Mrs. James JUtwegg, and children returned "to Redfield, la., Sunday, following & weeks vacation spent with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Windell. Recent visitors at the Albert W&ishaar home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gruebel and their son Wilfred and his wife of Lacohi. la. Mrs. Gruebel is a sister of Mr. Weishaar. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Thompson and sons Richard 'and Lome Jr., returned last week from Guthrie, Okla., where they had visited Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. Bessie McPeak. Mr. and Mts. Waller Jensen returned last week from a two weeks vacation at Couderay, They were accompanied by Mrs. Jensen's sister, Mrs. Claire Lovins, Of Hinton, la. Jane Crelzmeyer arrived home last week and will spend some time with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Crclzmeyer. She has spent several months in the south and west. Mr. and Mrs. William Hunch- ey, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter, and Mr. and Mrs. David McDonald of Des Moines went to Woman Lake, Minn., Thursday for a ten-day vacation. Mr. and Mrs. James Griffin left Sunday for their home in Des Moines after spending several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Driver came Sunday for a visit with the former's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Driver. They are located at Springfield, Ore., where Mr. Driver is reported in an electrical shop. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith visited friends in Des Moines and Ames last Monday. At Ames, they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bahling, formerly of Burt, who now have a small acreage near Ames. Catherine Huxtable of Denver, Colo., came July 9 and will remain till the 29th with her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Huxtable. Miss Huxtable is a home economics teacher in a Denver school. Ann Fechner is spending this . week in Minneapolis, where she i is doing some buying for her store. Mrs. Cecil McGinnis is helping out during her absence. Mrs. Alta B. Bushnell is a new sales lady at the Elite. Mildred Faber of the Helnes Veterans Hospital. Chicago, spent Monday and Tuesday of last wt-ok with her sister Mrs. Nicholas Weydert. She also visited at her .home in West Bend nrid with her brother and sister. Fern Carney of Madison, Wis., arrived in Algona Saturday morning for a Week's vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Carney. Fern is employed in Madison by the Master Mix Feed and Seed Co. Pfc. Albert Scherer arrived Friday from a separation center in New Jersey, after serving nine months in Germany. He will reenter the trucking business as soon as a vehicle is available and will continue living in Algona. Mrs. Mary Black Fraser and' her little son Jimmy arrived Sunday from Ottawa, Can., to visit her mother, Mrs. Belle Black, a fortnight. Mrs. Fraser is a nurse, employed by the government, for public nursing and supervision. Staff Sgt. Bob Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reed.who had been at Memphis, Tenn., the past several months, has received his discharge and will spend the summer with his parents. In the fall he will, enter the' Iowa State college at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Siekmann and children Donald, Ronald and Norrna Jean of St. Louis, Mo., accompanied by'Nellie Blue, sister of' Mrs. Siekmann, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rocheleau. Miss Blue and Mrs. Siekmann are sisters of Mrs. Rocheleau. The Rev. and Mrs, C. F, Schmidt of Orange, Calif., and the Rev. and Mrs. F. Boelter of Sacramento, Calif., left Wednesday, following a visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Holt. The Schmidts are the parents of Mrs. Holt and Mrs. Boelter is her sister. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Knopf of Mason City, came Tuesday to visit the former's sister Mr,s. Henry Zwiefel and family. The Knopfs and the Zwiefe:ls then drove to Lu Verne to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Julius M«, Charles Lehman and two children Tommy and Judy of Vinton came Wednesday and will visit for about ten days with Mr, and Mrs. A. D. Lehman and friends. Mrs. Lehman, who as Audrey Fritz IpUght in the Algona schools, is now teaching in the Vinton schools. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ross re* turned early last week from visits at Calendar, with Mf. and Mrs. Ellsworth Herrick at Dana and Jamiea with the Ray nrid Ralph Van Gundy families respectively. Mrs. Herrick, Mrs. Ross and the Messrs. Van Gundy are sister and brothers. Friends of the Firman Laings will be glad to know their little daughter Mary has shown great improvement the past week, the most progress she has made since her critical illness of several weeks ago. She is now able to walk and it is felt she will soon be in her usual good health. Mr. and Mrs. George Zanke and children, Marilyn and ferry, of Chicago, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winkel, Friday. They expect to spend a the Joe Zanke home, Burt, and will also visit Mrs. Mayme Winkel. George and Joe Zanke and Mrs, Mayme Winkel are brothers and sister. Mis. Hugh Colwell returned Wednesday from Iowa City, where, she visited her daughter and 1 husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart. She also spent a day in Cedar Falls visiting the Rudy'Roelfs. She was gone'l a weekr On Saturday her brother, and'Wife, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hill of Miami, Fla., arrived and are spending a few days here. • Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Walker, daughter Shari Ann, son Gary Allen) and the former's mother, Mrs.. Bessie Walker, drove : to Minnesota Tuesday. Mrs. Bessie Walker visited at the homes 'of her two sons, the Delbert Walker family at Easton and the Harold Walker family at Delavan. Lloyd and family drove on to Mankato on business. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan returned Sunday from a visit with Mr. ' Irelan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Irelan, and Mrs. Irelan's mother, Mrs. H. C. Black, of Ottumwa. Mr. Irelan who lit a. representative of the Equitably y Insurance Co., spent two days' at Cedar Rapids OH business. Eft* route home they stopped ih Dfes Moines to visit friends and rela* lives. •: . • IMMEDIATE • 4 Quart „ t Cast Alufiltmim COOKERS SO Cook nii ftntite Meal in a Matter of Minutes 12 No Vailing! Take yoiir new "I'resto" with you and start en. joying, the new modern "Presto" method of men I preparation. FOR SUMMER SPORTS OR LEISURE WEAR and family. John Phillips, a student at the university at Iowa City, was a weekend guest 'of Louise Wadleigh. Barbara Hird, of Adason ,M*.v*f*. VWf home Or. r'returned 1 tir rs , auiu'. fcv r F i T:'» - ,• t'VJll':"•••< -Kftth" llom !? of..the 1 .fprrn,• &• y^fj , arid Mrs, F. ;Farr.ell FT' m $ j, i'-ak's vacation * * OVER8TRAP ilinj heel play shoe with platform sole and perforated upper. .nores rural ••*'.' Mrs, E. I, Sunday and Monday, July 28-29 "Elmbrook" Suede-doth Fitted Shortie N AIL H BAD cross over ,wedgie with platform wile. Simulated leather upper. EST! A well-polsed topper with vuauul, belted elegance *nd silver button trim', Sizei 12*20. The. LITTLE FORKT ANIMAL? of'&ictenfed forest* PENCD ONE NIGHT" Swept Claudelfe Colbenf and Clark. Gable to fame!! IT WAS SUCH A HILARIOUS WIT ...THAT EVER COMEDIES WWE13EEN AIMEO SttSAIGHT AT ALL LEATHER perforated wedge heel sandal. PUtforpi sole. PLATFORM. IQM5 «te« swdil of wnwlrted. whi$t le«th»r, Nftil-r "TJJIMIE-CUPPLES" Pile Shortie ^kt.^^A'^idS'.ife^liife.^^^ ' .4 A ... ,.\i. TW? r™.,• -tr: :>

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