The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1946 · Page 4
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PAOfe FOUlt __^ y Mrs. Lynn Taylor and Mrs. mira Green spent Friday in Fort Dodge with friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardy left Friday for Pine River, Minn., on a two weeks vacation. Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long spent Friday in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Ocorffc Kannuff of Omaha where in Algona one day last week visiting friends . Dallas Klein left Thursday for Dallas, Texas, to spend a week •with his brother J. J. Klein. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Holt, Mrs. Legion Ballroom Friday, August 2 LEO PIEPER and his "Style with Smile", returning by request and his last appearance this season. Tuesday, August fi Mack's Orchestra Clara Sankey arid bena Kohlhaas spent Friday at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Elschcld and family visited tho Mervin Hauen- steins at Emmetsburg Sunday af- lernoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green visited the former's sister, Mrs. Keith Shepherd, at Mason City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. fieri trigebfllson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sig Loge at Elmore. The women are sisters. Mrs. Luverne Christensen and Mrs. Kelsey Burtis of Fort Dodge were weekehd guests of Mrs. George Hobbs. T. II. Chrisohtiles is on a buying trip to St. Louis, Chicago and Mil- woukoe. He is expected home the Inst of the week. Mrs. Roy Berrie and children of Mason City spent a few days last wenk with her parents Mr. ;ind Mrs. W. A. Barry, Sr. Mary Frantes Ciiriiey silent thfe vyeekend at Madison Wis., with her sister Fern, who had spent week here on vacation. Mr. arid Mrs. Pete Gronbach spent the weekend at Rnthven :o Burlihgloh, Saturday, Wher6 they attended the wedding of art ild shipmate from the navy of Merle's. tinrbafd ClUstka 6f Mitfchell, S. p., Came Monday for a visit of ihdbfinilc length with her auht and uncle Mi-, ahd Mrs. Arthur Glaser. Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Ffam- bach, lytr. and Mrs. Merlin Hansen, Mrs. Earl Latiritsbh ahd daughter Jonn spent Sunday at West Bend. Marilyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold. Elbert, spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elbert and assisted with the work during combining. The Misses Bernice Thill, Thclma Swanson and Jean Putzstiick spent a few days last weelc in the with the lalter's parents Mr. anc Mrs. Lawrence Sundall. Mr. and Mrs .Fred Shifts left Saturday evenine on a buying trip to St. Louis. They are expected home the middle of the week. Patrolman and Mrs. Leonard the j Twin Cities where they attended ' the annual Aqualcnilial. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Webb nnd little son Gary returned Green and son Jimmy Hum- mldt were recr.'hl cuests of Patrolman and Mrs. i"). S. Huichi- Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt went 1 Male or Female Good Wages. No Experience Necessary ASgcna Lansidry & Dry Cleaners East Across the Street from Court House NOTICE Veteran of four years arihy service, and for- mer Algona High School teacher, returning to Al- gona to teach this fall, urgently needs apartment or small house furnished, or unfurnished. WALTER L. EDWARDS 30=: INTCRNATIONAL HARVESTER DEALER SPECIAL We Have One New Block With Crankshaft, Pistons, Camshaft, Complete for International 1% T. Truck. Also Crankshaft for IHC Pickup. Used Farm Equipment 1 10:00x36 Tractor Tire. 1 9:00x36 Tractor Tire. 2 llx.'38 (5 ply Tires. Cream Separators. John Deere Portable Elevator Less Derrick. Steel Wheel Wagon. We Are Now Equipped To Do Expert Carburetor and Magneto Work I PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE .See us for Pontiac auto repair work. We have the personnel and equipment to care for your car. Algona Implement Co. McConnick-Deering Farm Machinery International Trucks Phone 52 Walt and Deb Hall State and Jones New Farm Equipment New International Harvester hydraulic manure loader. New trailers with timken hearings. Spring Tooth Attachments for Farmall Cultivator. Type B 10 inch IHC Feed Grinder. Double and Single Unit Milking Machines. Electric Cream Separators. No. 46 Plow Attachment. Tractor Wheel Weights. Farmall II & M Power Take-off Attachments. Electric Pump Jack. Knife Grinder. 3 Types Hydraulic Manure Loaders. Flare Type Wagon Boxes. Hog Feeders. 10-38, 11-38 and 12-36 Tractor Tires, Tuhes and Rims. Pneumatic Tractor Seats. Horn Hydraulic Seat Snuhbers. 1 Steel Wheel Horse- drawn Spreader. 1 No. 5A Five Blade Stalk Cutter. Hammermills, 1 No. 10, 1 No. IOC with Traveling Feed Table, and 1 No. 6. Tuesday from Derby, la., where they had visited Mr. Webb's parents the past two weeks. Bella and Edith Welter left Saturday on a three weeks trip to the west coast. They plan to visit around Los Angeles, in San Fran- cifco, and in Portland, Ore. Waller Elbei-1 spent Friday and Saturday in Whiltemoic with his mother Mrs J. V. Elberl, who is critic.nly ill. She has been in poor health since Christmas. Mrs. J. L. bttsworllt, sons Bob and Dick, and daughter Mrs: Charles Lykins spent the Weekend Amos With the formor.'s sister Mrs. Arthur Jackman, and family. Mrs. A. M. Jasperson, mother of Mrs. Helen White, and Mrs. C. K. Smith, sister of the latter, left Sunday for their home in Glen- d.-ilc, Calif,, after a two weeks visit 'lore. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Norm.ln re- iurned Sunday from a two weeks rip to Omaha. Kansas City where hey visited their daughter Doroh,v and family and through the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel re- timed Friday from a visit since Monday at Ortonville, Minn., with the latter's sisters Mrs. Mil- •jrcd Moore and Mrs. Nettie Mc- Chosney. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Bennett, former Algona residents and now living in Knoxvilic, Iowa, arrived Saturday for a visit. They were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lor'enz.. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk went to Spencer, Saturday, and remained over night with their daughter Mrs. Naomi Behrens. Sunday the three went to Oko- hoii for the day. Mr. ahd Mrs. Ralph Hoberri and ' • ~ the Anderson of Spencer, were recent guests of Patrolman and Mrs. D. S. Hutchinson. Mrs. Don Dourte and daughters Donna and Patsy of Wenatche, Wash., visited" Mr. and M~rs. Ver> ri'dfi Je-HSert ffbffi MbrtSdy till Wednesday. Mrs. OtJiMe is sIstSMH-law b! Mfs. J&rSsfeH. Hm P«8l Is e*pe*t«l home I. morrow from Denver, Cdlft., wher& he sfteftt trig £asl lhf@S o r four BhdthePs and daughter, fidfBafa. grfiplbyed at * Mrs. hei- sister and brother*iHilfiw, Mr. a«d Mfs. Harry WeiiaKH at Clear Lake .fetiehtly aM vrM joined there by her ferplher JbKh jes ahd his wire 6{ Winriebagd, Minn. Dale darn with, his wiffe , and little daughter has been visiting with Mrs. J. F; Overrriyer. returned to Oskaloosa, Thursday, Mrs. Can- and 'her daughter will remain .a fdw hiory cldys with her mother. Mrs. Anrie Bodhotdt b redirtitne to hbr horrie in Chicago after spending a week with her sister, Mrs. Howard Beardsley. The Bdardsldy son, Tommy, who has been in the navy arrived home a few, days ago. ./, ' Mr. and Mrfe. W. J. rtood and went to Chicagb visit with Mrs. two sons of Peru, III., and latter's sister. Mrs. Henry . son Jonnnie Thursday for a . Mood's sister ahd her husband, Mr. ahd Mrs. Williatti Nsidelhbf- er. The Hoods will be gone a week or ten days. Mr. dm Mr*. A. Pi H8mminij- soh and their daughter and son- in-law Mr; and Mrs. Sherod George of Newel sbeht the weekend witft Mr. ari'd Mrs. Don Hem- mingsoh. Don is a son Of the A. P. Henhningsons. Fcrfy A. Jbhnston dhd wife Walter FfflHlJJflth. MW. Pftlffiff tfrBWtHt !i<ffn6 last Week ttdrft IM MSrc# 'hospital, Ftfrt bfttiitS, wher<i she 1 \Vtfs B patient sevdral Week* with a br often leg. She is wsibvet* Ifig nicely. Her granddaughter, Rita Jean Scherriel, Omaha, IS staying with her. Alice Mc68tferh 6{ CWfSaSo and her 4 slSt6r Mrs. AfflelSa Cfowtey o! Milwaukee' Were din her MUeSts bf Mr, ahd Mrs. W. H. Thursday. Tfoey ... rhe-rly HVed at Whittembfe, alld also visited the Johri CUllerig and others at Whitternb'fe. , . Mr. and Mfs. Enrl Spragtie And ' . ttfrlfj ariH 'Mgrgfiret spehl fdajKaMjSunJay in Grirlriell which Was Mrs, Sprague's Hbme fegfbl-e she Wfls marfl&U Entl was hdVhirffl Vacfltlbn hist week ftdm IhS Alg-dria trbpe'r Oei Maiftes where hb, is foreman, Mr. and Mrs. R. F, Perry and soft Richard vacationed the past two •Week at, Sioux Falls, S. p., OKo'- bojij tthd at Remeh Minn,, wherb they visited the Ray Browns of Wells, Minn. Mr. Broyvn operates a dry cleaning plant at Wells, and Jiome L?i:\ j.I, 1 ., • *. ^^_l!iljL!AiIi^t.\il: i fe fii»|Ks» is m o! Wrl HKSf. MM, Llflft r61uf whiles, visit triehfls at Wihnijkgo, Minn,, whom dhejiad known Sri Ss. and AftftB' UvJfig fftbfefes hfc lIH*" WltH visitors here Sunday at the J. B. Johnston home."Perry is a son of the latter. The cOuplg were on their wdy H'ome to Des Moines after a week's vacatiori dhd fishing in /northern 'Minnesdta. Mrs. May Grapdttej of San Ah- tonio, Texas, is in Algona for a visit with her sister Mrs. S. E. Mc- Mnhon. Mrs. Grapotte spent the past month with her daughter in Orriaha. She will be here for the remainder of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. John Dilg bf Chicago ahd Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dilg of St. Joe were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elbert Thursday, John returned to Chicago Friday, but Mrs. Dilg re- pain&i for a longer visit with the Ray Dilgs. Mr. afid Mrs. Luther Stanley and children Harold and Sandra came Thursday, from. . Saltillo, Miss., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lester DeBolt a few days en route to Tacoma; Wash..where they are locating. Mrs. Stanley is a niece of .Mrs. DeBolt. Pvl. MarVin Leininger has been ho rie from Portland, Ore., on a 26-day furlough, which he spent with his parents, Mr. and MrS. J. B. Leininger, at Spirit Lake; and with his sister and broth'er-ih-law, and ': Mrs. is n, former ...„_..„. Mrs. Agnes Laidle;^ received word Thursday frbhi her BOh P'aui at Laurehs that his wife had suffered a gallstone attack and was .being taken to the Utti- yersity hospital at Iowa City Prid'ay, As yet 3he has he'd, hd further word from them. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hicks ire- turned Wednesday ff'orri Coilncil Bluffs, where they visited Mr. Hicks' mother, Mrs. Marian Hicks and Mr. and Mrs.-W. F. $choltesj parents of Mrs. Hicks. Mrs. Marian Hicks returned with them for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. C. p. Chase, who have been visiting their son Delbcrt jn Louisiana, stopped here en route to their home at HcHvardi S. p., tb visit another soh l-ililhert and fdriillv and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Punlap The Chases are farmer AJgoniahS. Mi. ahd Mrs. Llbyd RoUze had as house guests from Sunday to Thursday last week Mr. and Mrs. Wendell K. Van Slyke of Batavia, 111., and Mrs. Earl Gates of Ames. Mrs. Van Slyke is a sister of Mrs. ROuze, and Mrs. Gates is mother of the two women. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Faulsiick spent last weekend at Grenada, Minn.,. with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke, the former being a brother of Mrs. Faulstick. Saturday, Mrs. Faulstick went to Min- leapolis for a week with her sisters ahd relatives at St. Paul. Carl Schallin and his daughter Leona, from St. Paul, Minn., were visitors in Colorado Springs, ^olo., with his sister Louisa Jentz. He is a brother to Frank Schallin ii Algona and a brother to John. Schallen in Lotts Creek. Carl also visited in Denver and Estes Park. Mrs. Sam Haag, wiih her mother Mrs. George Ward of Wesley, and her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George Schimmel of Britt went to Mason City Friday to see Mrs. Ben Ringharh of Thornton,' who is a patient at the Mercy The lid is off—we have just returned from market and the first fall hats are tumbling; out of our huge hat box .. and what chapeaux they are! Soft felts adorned with satin and taffeta; high crowns, and head hugging styles. Leading colors—black, brown, smokey white, carmel and gray. Be the first to start off the season with a magnificent creation. The ELITE Just Received! tlcetric Co Lorain Oil Stoves 3 Cooking Burners and Oven FULL SIZE kitchen oil ranges ... the fa< jnous "Lorain" make that is so widely known as a quality stove! 3 cooking burners with a. two-burner oven, complete with thermometer. Baked whiti fenatiel flnisfi over entire stove—chromium handles—With storage tank enclosed and concealed. We've waited, a long time tor these, and so have you—now here they are at a price thai! says: Get your Lorain now! Limited Quantity—Select Early. f erm« If Desired Mr8. with . her daughter ana % Mh ahd Mrs 1 , Mayi W6hd OalbfSlth. .Mft, Ldtiii NMB* ,6i visited HBr sister MfS. L W» Glllgs«l| -.BtA-.. faniily, day., . MM. Olitepie ahd lp. .MafleH§ retuffled with Mrs. Puffer, and remalried till Tl day. Moflefle went ttf BUM ef iri the week and. Visited her aUht Mrs. George Matins. .Li. ($: g.) ftussoll fiuchdftan, who has, beeh on terinlhal leave from the navy, returned early iri the week from a trip through New York and Vermont. He met a friend at Cleveland and they made the trip together. In the fall he Will enter the university at IdWa City to cbfhplete his law cotirse. IW; and Mrs. Kruse, dif Vin'ion, ^eht the week end in Algona, a the home of Mr. and Mrs\C. fi Mut-tagh. They came up to ibid the wfe of their sbh, (he formfer Betty Miirtagh, goodbye on the eve o hgr depar'liire for Korea, to join her husband, Torn Kruse. Mr lO-iise senior is the editor o? dally paper at Vlnton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson ahi their son Fred and his wife re turned recently from Flint Mi'ch., where a family reunior was held at the F. L. Van Steeh- burg home. 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