The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1946 · Page 7
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eg jttoine* Second Section Tuesday July 23,1946 Grant Tm Old Timeis Plan • if''' 1 • ••- ' ./'.i. "' *^ • •• "••' - —- i Annual Picnic Sunday, July 28 <-$"i •* DM, EHDHTS iniCAtTABLEAU ; , Sfwea Gity: Memories of days gone by will be "brought Into actuality for a.few hoiirs when the Grant township, old settler's ari» nual picnic and program takes jjjlace 6n Sunday, July 28, at the Grdn't ^Consolidated school. The pfrograirt this year is in keeping with" the Iowa Centennial theme and 1 , pld costumes, old tjullts and <Lld&furnit(jrc will bo much in ^1 The •'day. begins with a basket d1nrf.Rr '-at, noon ' with free , ice c|eafn and coffee.: Old frie'nds andiftcighbors—anyone who has ejyer lived In Grant township, is b'Mpekijally, invited—will meet and gVeet -each 'other at that time and thcre-^ill be plenty of time to Visit "before., the aft.ernoon pro- Plknnlng > Exhibit '.''Visitors :wjll<also', want to. view the -'exhibit being" iplanned. This w$r. Infeluo'e; old-rfashioned cps- tifrJies and: ^clothing; old quiltsi § . dished' and 'jewelry, old. furore, war relics, .and any object historical interest. Prizes are aredyfor the oldest article and I<>f. the' rnqst unique Object dis- pjjjtyed.;.••' Following the annual 'cus.tom i.th'e'. association will also a^(d.'a".'ijfiz§-'to"the' oldest per- 5?>fi,.t)res,c.riti : irpm:Grant township «p,d';,tho''61dest 'person from a dis- ,£ The day is. being planned by *'uxfi'%Sociation's officers, including Mrs. Jo*c .Mayne, president, Mri.-C. S. K1ug$r', vice president, &nd • -Mrs- -Roy Mlno of Elmorc, sfocr'otary, assisted by, a commit- ,tec«6f 52,* In 1 connection -with the program,Beards, and letters from ffWrner Grbtit residents will be 'K.'J'\'' To Rrfitht Tableau ' •> One of the most..umisual num- •bctfs 1 . on-'the : program, will be a .; «i»ni,i ! iA,'v«rKli.hf!!irVi»:.Olrf iRnln. Mttfy Bierstedt Ift Fnton 4-H Hostess Fen ton:. Tjhe Fen ton Forwards 4-H club met at the home of Mary Bierstedt. Monday night, July 8. The 'business, meeting opened with the pledge of allegiance and the 4-H club pledge, with Dolores Mueller, club president,, presiding. Roll call. My Favorite Hobby, was ahswcred by six members and one guest. During the meeting -Jacqueline Erhart and Anna Rae Welsbrod were chosen for the demonstration team. Favorite games of the members were, played followed by a delicious lunch served by Mary Bierstedt and her mother. :isfiris/fs find? t(' <s spending his V^Viily's -^xiwriiome of the form, .fy of the form' ; r and Mrs. F. O..T program ..... rd F? 1 ^ 11 . / p r..music by f eks vacation jfajntty orchcs- ,nores rural roujfy others from " M ^w T ^1 trio' by Delpns i w v fV/cc Leland^ and Ardis ters Sw. y oc ^i.>- so jtj by Miss ^tS^/ji^oI: of • Ledyard! "' number by Ot«n.t 4-H girl^; : .nriusicai reading, , "Thn Old Jled! CradlQ," Mrs. Roy .Valyick witte-M^r4an : ',Barger at 'the' piano; thS 1 ',. old .spinning wheel nunrber,. and ;< a 'playlet in , ^hich 1 'hats and 1 dresses of days ; apne" ;by -will b<||modelled by J -^) ,-' ! A^i ' Sttldng \ Exhibits i ^ThevcommiHeg isiurging that , tljiiee announcements-be made— namely that articles .for the ex- Mbjt are greatly desired; that old ,.hits -and- dresses for 'the playlet ajfe needed and; would be espec- 1 Ijjlly welcome if received before July ,.23, for rehearsal; and espec- • .iaUy.. tt^ey .desire to invite the .gchcral public to attend ths pic- ' nlc, the program, or both. The date, Sunday, July 28; the place, Grant .consolidated school five miles north and two miles east of Swea CJty, qr five.inues west at? -i two miles nprth of Ledyard. Mr, a,nd Mrs^iFred Peterson ' and daughters Arzlele and Ar- ,Jen6 drove to Chicago Sunday to ; rtiiHo arrangements. to enter Ar^ ^heJn the .Vogue school of fash- ;Jon'design 'this fall, ^ l^fe. and, Mrs. Uqnry Broderson ' of'/ppcahoritas are gye^ts at tihe hpm^;pf jheir d»«gnter an4 fam- WIFE OF FORMER LEDYARD PASTOR DIB, SIOUX CITY Ledyard: Friends here were grieved to hear Of the death of Mrs. Carl Hammer of Sioux City. Rev. and Mrs. Hammer were pastors at Ledyard six or seven, years ago. Mrs. Hammer has been in poor health for a long time and she died Sunday morn- 'ing in a Sioux City hospital. She was born January 4,. 1876, at Kenosha, .Wis., and was married to ReV. Hammer at Kenosha on Sept. 6, 1896. She is survived by her husband and three daughters, Helen of Sioux City, Mrs. Ethel Hartman of Batavia, 111., and Mrs. Alice Runn of Chicago, and two sons, Earl of Sheldon and Bert of Michigan City, Jnd. Funeral services Were held Tuesday at the First ,-Methodist church. She was laid to rest in the Logan Park cemetery. ' ; Rev.' Hammer's .address 'in; Sioux City is 1422 Dpuglas street. , Mrs. Virgil Lewis; who has been visiting .at the Wilson Brack horn» there and-:thc<;LewJsAonies Y to 'her home fri; Denver, :/io. Her daughter Betty. v emain here to visit the rest ..J./AC. summer. ....-- •'. />'6rm«r Teacher Wed* Many friends here have received announcement 01 the marriage of Miss Madonna Holland, daughter of Mrs. Joseph S. Holland of Decorah to James William Bolstad of Missdula, Mont., in a ceremony performed by the Rev. Maurice E. Noland of St, Benedict Catholic church ,' June 29 at Decorah.' They'Will reside in Missoula. Mrs. Bolstad taught third .grade iri Ledyard .for 'three years" about 'five years'agaV"'.*' ' Vl Mw. Madien Honored A miscellaneous • shower was held' Friday., afternoon m. the Methodist church, honorm? .Mrs. Paul Madseni the iprmer Marjorie Gabel, who is visiting here from Los Angeles.'A sribrt program was-given and $ lovely lunch was served 'at tables decorated in yellow, green ana white streamers, and bowls of flowers. The. bride received many lovely and useful gifts. Ma,rtin Halvorson of Duluth. is visiting at the home of his brother and family, the E. T. Halvor- sons. Mrs. Fred Darnell was called to Blue Earth Thursday by the •*> r-,- ••« ¥^ l v^ Mr; Mrs, Lyfc Sexton of Fairi. , tib^t was gtiJlbpm, \The in- Int.w/is bwpic4 Saturday }h Hari cfm?{efy her^, Mr, 3axton »n ftl Jfay, Saxton, former . .. i;fwme.r.fl •-.;;• I. ±'^ ••' —— To,Build New illness, of her daughter Mrs.' lid- sluen, Kenneth Popjie, who is working on a pea snellcr near Winnebago, was home Wednesday evening. ' Edgar Masbn of Charles City visited Monday at the home of his aunt and uncle the George Thompson's. ' Mr. and .Mrs. D. A. Carpenter went to Granada on Friday to attend the funeral of an aunt of Mrs. Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. George Hagge, Mrs! Win. Stubbe, Mrs. Paul Madscn and Mrs. Paul NiU were Algona callers Wednesday. Mrs. Wm. Pope, Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Mrs. Harry Schroedcr were Swea City callers Thursday. Mrs. Schroeder attended a shower in honor of her niece. Mr. and Mrs. John Brandt and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brandt and Marlyn Runksmeier went to Fort Bodge, Kans., last weekend to'Visit at the Orville Runksmeier home. Willnrd Nuss, son of Rev. and Mrs. Edward Nuss, returned home We'dncsday evening from Rochester, Where 'he had undergone . an operation on his knee and had been having his eyes treated. Joyce Nitz, the older child of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz, cut her foot on a piece of tile while playing in the yard Tuesday. Three stitches were necessary to close •the gash in her heel and she is walking on crutches. Marjorie Mayer of Des Moines visited at home. Wednesday evening. She drove up with friends in order to see Mrs. Madsen and Mrs. Anderson, friends who are here visiting.' She returned to Des Moines'Thursday morning. Mrs. James Darnell and Mrs. Burton Johnsbn entertained 13 ladies Wednesday afternoon at a Stanley party at the James Darnell home. A Stanley Products demonstration was/given and a lovely lunch was served by the hostesses. . »' Miss Scott was stationed for 20 months in San Francisco. En route home, Miss Scott and a friend from Dallas, Tex., fleW to Los Angeles, visited there, then Hew to Dalas. Both flights were in B-17's. MARINE, IS HOME - Norma Scott, da,ughter of Mr. and Mrsx Charles Scott of Burt, a recently discharged member of the woman's reserve of the U. S. Marine Corps, is home and spendin gthe summer with her parents, i, • •>,, ; •'. • ' She rilaps |lp.''attend a univers- DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, July 26 LYNN KERNS Tuesday, July 30 SCANDINAVIANS Friday, Aug. 2 LEO PIEPER ijouthful fre6kne66 witk TONEGRiME . '^^'"•^•W&fil;'^ • ;' : -''-'' : ': •.-.'••. '•'•.."• •'•.vi^'i-^'4:)v-'i '^•:\ft-S^^Mf^ ;i ^lSJf^8n'j..figv».f«l bv Wtfty ^(y^M'lf plflff •.' ? n«M^^fkin-j's(r: Wesley Farm Sold Wesley: It was reported that the half section farm now occu-. pied by the Roman Wilhelmis had been purchased by ML', and Mrs. Fred Bohn of Berkeley, Cal., from the late A. A. Studer estate. Mrs. Bohn is the former Mona Studer. ' ,'.. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULT^ o. « •' oO^So H 0 S^- ^.n -P °0 o • O* • MoJart Fluff is tk« <upw-' active cream fkampoo that • Joel things tor your naijr. It reconditions at it cleanies> ' latter* freely «v*tl ii cold. rinse. Keep your kair .oft ana ' lustrous, easy to artanj*— t use MoJatt Fluff Skampool Ttint llngtrlng fragraneni OarJtnla, Applt Blaaom, Pin* ' 3V, oz. jar- 75<: LUSBY & GIOSSI FINE TOILETRIES r% ', Cxc/uJfretif , Selections .'front our "Strictly Masculine" Fine Toiletries for Men— essen: , tial,. practical, much appreciated personal -use items, '1115' AFTER ! SHAVE LOTION $l,OQi The Jpttpn wittube twigy. i "Nortbwooaa that qpp$sJ* ,»Pttif?i. THE BOSS IS GONE! He is taking his first real vacation in five years, and with his family is attending the rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming. He will be gone about ten days, and we have told him that while he is away we are going to do the biggest ten day drug business the store has every done. So look over the following list of summer drugs and accessories, check summer drugs, check your needs and conic in and buy \vhile he is gone. KAY PAUMIT. ,* THi« «mniing ihampoo It«vt« hair • man luitroug, ciiicr to manage. Laxatives CASTOR on...: 25c .PENSLAR AROMATIC CASCARA GALLO-BISMUTH For Upset Stomach '.. EX- . •• '••' LAX ...; 25c PIIENO QH- 3UC LAX FIG OF i- Mi Phillips-MILK AEc EJ|c *JEc of MAGNESIA *W 9U 19 Pcnsular MILK nee QQc fiAc of MAGNESIA O W0 09 SAL AAO fMc $ I 08 HEPATICA •*» 9*1 I Pills-Tablets BAYER ASPIRIN 75c size Ointments' PA?P PILE OINTMENT UNGENTINE RECTAL CONES 75c 75c Quick Reliefs DR. SCHOLL'S EASY J?QO? POWPER. ATHLETE'S FQOT tHjO Dr-Schoji'e SULPHA DEODORANTS 50c 30c •< FRESH } AMOLINE CREAM 1 GAY PATTON...C.. CIIEXIT ARRID COLGATES VETO SAMPLE OF VETO.. ' 39c MUM AMOLIN POWDER SNO MIST 35c J35c 25c 59c 39c lOc 60c 60c 50c 60c SOie DEODO ;: :' 5 DAY : •'•f- : '^t\'^' '..''' UNDERARMCRlBAM.; Instant or 'Regular ODORONO ..:..... Beauty Aids 55c CLARA HARRIS LEG MAKE-UP. ....... CAY PATTON ^f Af| LEG MAKE-UP ........ I illll DEBONAIR LEG MAKE-UP * ' " '. . GAL-O-MINE LOTION.... UNGENTINE For Sunburn... JjOc 45P 50c Home Needs 85c $1,25 $1.50 lOc (CE BAGS HOT WATER BOTTLES DeVilbiss Nose and Throat ATOMIZERS TOOTH BRUSH HOLDERS ..:: DR. WEST AE _ EJ| A TOOTH BRUSHES tvC tfUC TEK TOOTH BRUSHES Pr<rphy-lac-tic COMBS HOSPITAL COTTON, 1 Ib. SOFTOL CUTICLE REMOVER to 29c 50c 49c $1.00 INSECT KILLER ARSENATE 1 Qf| A 5 A*|_ OF LEAD Ib. wUB Ibs W» v CORONA NO. 125 DUST Sell Sprayer, Ib DRY LIME AND SULPHUR, Ib.. PARIS GREEN, y A Ib 35c 65c BORDEAUX OQ A MIXTURE, 5 Ibs WWW KRYOCIDE Natural Cryolite. lb- AEROSAL DDT QM AC BOMB by K. N V*«'w KRITTER SPRAY, ffal... KRESO DIP Cl IK by Parke Davis, gal. ylilU SODIUM FLUORIDE, lb..... 45c SI. 25 -.FLIT ••'.:_:. •,, •:'•••' INSECT SPRAY TERRO • ANT KILLER ....... RED-I-CIDE ANT KILLER... 35c 35o$l$2.39 I0c39c 25c 25c ZEMACOL For insect bites. Stops itching. Does not show when applied. 50c WILLIAMS AQUA VELVA MENNEN'S SKIN BRACER 50c 50c WILLIAMS SHAVING EJ| A STICK with Holder.. 5WIB BURMA SHAVE .: 50c COLGATE'S Eft- BRUSHLBSS SHAVE.... Wv6 Baby Needs GLYCERINE OINTMENT . 25c PABLUM AC. AA_ BABY FOOD 49G W0G MEAD'S DEXTRI MALTOSE IOC 39c JOHNSON'S BABY POWDER, SOc Pygienic Supplies Reg, 25g 54s $l,Q7 29cand98c SOFT LIPSTICK Now more than ever before we depend upon deft, pretty touehe* to Keep ut feminine. Clan Hani* lipstick wifely Uyt the shadow of a tmite acro« your Up* in LASTING color. Six DOMmearing (hade*. REFILLS 50* Antiseptics RUBBING ALCOHOL Good old time alcohol, x. xv 49c ANTISEPTIC MOUTH WASH, pint.... BORALINE j|«|-. MOUTH WASH ISIC Tooth Pastes IP ANA TOOTH PASTE. 50c size 39C 39c 25c 25c 25c to DR. KYLES 50o TOOTH PASTE LISTERINE TOOTH PASTE PEUPSODENT TOOTH PASTE PEBECO AE_ TOOTH PASTE.... «JG ANTISEPTIC TOOTH POWDER DR. LYONS OK- TOOTH POWDER £96 SQUIBB'S TOOTH POWDER „„. IODENT TOOTH POWDER, Lge. size... COLGATBS TOOTH POWPER PEPSODENT TOOTH POWDER. KOLYNOS 9K- U|» TOOTH POWDER *WU WllC LISTERINE «E_ E||_ TOOTH POWDER 49C OUC 25c 25c39c 25c i I Hair Needs 0RENE SHAMPOO .Mineral Oils

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