The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1946 · Page 5
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'.AtKJ.-aO,- and Mrs. Morb Mediluftd the Weekend at the .ALGONA M'PEtt DBS MOlNES, ALOONA IOWA. .PAGE - . fj»s, George Manus, Butt, Spent Friday with her daughter' M(s. Edward Blumer, Mf. and MM. Lynn fCeilh spent from Thursday till Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase at Spirit Lake. Tuesday and Wednesday August 20-21 Gco. Rait in "NOB HILL" I' Co-Hit Freddie Stewart in Teenager Musical "FREDDIE STEPS OUT" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 22-23-24 >jytrs.jPhil kohlhaas. Rose Scan- Ian and -Doan Kohlhaas spent W6dhe$day and Thursday witli friends at Des Mohies, {Jcorffe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Helrtier Helmers ,left Thursday for Denver, Colo,, following a flv.e day furlough with his parents. M*. ,«nj! MM, Edward Hagrg and daughter^ Lehore and DorO- >hy went to Mason City on a business mission Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rains and children, Loretta and Greg of Omaha, are .visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frances Livingston this week, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy ttiitzell and Flyod went to Boone, Sunday to attend a family reunion at the Earl, Hull farm home near Boone. Mri, David Stepnsrtsdn of Waupacn, Wis., spent Friday with Mrs. George Larson. Mrs. Stephenson formerly lived at Bancroft. Mrs. H. M. Knechi and daughters Karla Rae and Inez spent Friday at Buffalo 1 Center with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Venteicher. WVR NEEDS FOR ... BACK TO SCHOOL • For Quality • For Service • For Style • For Value Send the Youngsters Back to School on—^ S&L SHOES LITTLE GENTS' hi »hoes with icuff realslant' wing toe. Size* 8Vi lo 3. , $2.98| tilTLE : GENTS' oxfords with icuff reaiatant wing toe. . ' Sizes 8*4'to 12. $2.79 Sice* 12 ^ to 3. $2.89 MISSES' oxford* with moccasin toe. Size* Wi to 3. • . •> $2.60 CHILDREN'S SADDLE oxfords in white nnil brown or tan and browtt. ' Sizes 12 to 3. $2.98 Juaniia Kelso, daughter of Mr*, and Mrs. James Kelso, left Saturday for Daveftport to resume her nurses training, following a month's vacation with her parents. Lawrence HutzcH went to Earl* ham Sunday to bring back Mrs. Hutzell and the children who have been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Standing, the, past fortnight. Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harrington and son Timinic returned Monday from St. Paul, where they visited the Harvey and Richard Kohl families. Mr. and Mrs. Ben IngcbrUscn went to Roland Sunday to see the former's step-father Peter Lura, Who suffered a skull fracture and broken shoulder in an accident a couple of weeks ago. Mrs. Ben Sorenson and children, Bob and Marlene of Walnut, la., came Thursday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Petef Ehlers and sister, Mrs. William Dau and family. They will be here ten days. Mrs. George Stewart returned Tuesday from Buffalo* Center, where she had been at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Recker, with the children while their parents were on vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hender son and children, Gayle and Freddie, left Friday for Pomona, Calif., having been here since last Sunday. They were called here by the illness of Mr. -Henderson's mother, Mrs. A. L, Long. Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Drummond of Beverly Hills, near Chicago, spent the weekend with Mrs. Drummond's mother Mrs. Archie Hutchison, and brothers Theo. and Don Hutchison, and families. Mi'. Drummond has been teaching during summer school. Mr. and Mrs. rlaymond Irons went to Spencer Sunday to attend a dinner celebrating the birthday of their niece Jo Nugent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Nugent. Mrs. Nugent returned with Mr. and Mrs. Irons for a ten-day visii. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl lefl Friday for Grand Junction, Colo., to visit Mrs. Kohl's brother Russell Keith and family.. They plan to be gone ten days, and during their absence their son David will be with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl. Mr. and Mrs. Mali Ziilrilsch arrived Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kelley. They have been located at Larchwood, .ta., but will leave Sunday for Dubuque where Matt will continue his work for a construction company. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson and. their daughter Mrs. Mayl'and Brunsvold of Mason City'went'to Estherville last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Roy Huntley, the latter another daughter of the Johnsons and to see the son of the Huntleys, Gary Allen, born August 6. Gene Hood of Algona just returned from a business trip to DeKalb, 111. A son Michael Tay was born July 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jansen at San Gabriel, Calif. Mrs. Jansen is the former Pat McMurray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray. Mr. Jansen is in the navy and during her husband's absence Mrs. Jansen is living with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Middlelon of Clarion spent Sunday with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan, They came up in their plane which they purchased some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brand spent the afternoon with them at the Irelans. Mrs. Brand and Mrs. Middloton formerly were employed at Clarion and the four became acquainted there. The Brands are visiting her parents, Tom Carmody, sage of Whille- moro, w;is calling on some of his old Algona friends Monday and paid the Upper DCS Moines a short but agreeable visit. II has boon claimed that Tom ' is of Irish descent but Tom says that he was born'in Illinois. How.fv- er that may be, Tom has the wit and humor of an Irishman fi'^-n from the ould sod. Tom spent a good share of his life in the banking business at Whittemore and is regarded in that community with respect and affection, as ho is in : Algona. Come again, Tom. LRC orid Karen Haase visited Sunday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Laabs at Fenton while'their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haase went to Fairmont, Minn., to see Clifford's mother Mrs. Carrie Haase, who underwent a major operation r.t the community 'hospital there. Gail Haase, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips, Kanawha; Mr. and Mrs. .Herman Gzidc ^nd Bill Haase of Fenton were there visiting also. Mrs. Carrie H-isse is mother of Mrs. Harry Phillips, Mrs. Herman Gade and Bill, Clifford and Gail Haase. ywiiiiiiuiprpiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM BEN FRANKLIN Iowa niiiiiiiiiljiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiit;; Esther L. Langtnack and Elmer M. Langmack, Owners Notebooks 8V£xll. With zipper. Leather cover. William Pat Maria GARGAN •• O'MQORE - PALMER Produced by SOL M. WURTZEl 2O Productions, Inc. »i«n*«» .,-,$• i e N A T u R e ; Serial "Jungle Raiders", Si....; jsundayr Monday, Tuesday^ f \Vednesday, Aug. 25-26.2T--28 Its SONGS.J ItsOIRlS.. Its FUN,.. will , raalfy I lend X«u <OutO/f t this Mfer/t/ Panfflit^^ *fr*Jig" — T *H(*I * ' ~ y? EDDIE IRAGKIN.-./ S»^ /; $298 ':9 Scrap Books 39 C 59° Pencils • , Automatic 20° ; 43 e 64* 98 C Fountain Pens 52" ?8 e $196 sizes, Sandwich Bags Pencil Sharpeners 10° 25° Paste School sizes. .. 5® 10° Crayolas 8-16 count. 10° isy Pencils Spiral Notebooks Loose Leaf Fillers Heating Pads Triple switch, rubberized, extra covers, night light .dial. $595 $750 $J95 Radio Sky-Rover 6 tube table model. Trains Wind UP. With figure 8 track Electric Train With transformer. O. F. Peterson returned Friday from Milwaukee, where he spent a low days buying merchandise. Delia and Edith Welter returned Suiv.Iyy from a three v/oeks' trip 1o California and Oregon. Mrs. M. J. Pool is in Rockford, HI.., visiting her mother and sister. She has been gone a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord D. Shumway are vacationing in Florida. They arc expected home about the first of September. Bill Specht has purchased the 10-acre farm near the Call State park from Lloyd Stebbins and will take ppsscssion September 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Bob LaBarre were visitors over the weekend at the C. B. Schouten home in Keokuk, the Schoutens 'being Mrs. LaBarre's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt returned Friday from a trip through the Black Hills. Gordon v/iis taking his vacation from the U. S. Employment Service. Betty Herlig returned to her home in Mason City after spending two weeks with her aunt Mrs. .Jack Craig and grandmother Mrs. A. J. Hertig. She is a [laughter of the A. V. Herligs. Betty Jane LaBarre came home Friday from Chicago, where she was a guest of Helen Krauss for a week. Miss Krauss accompanied her and will be here a week. The girls are^ Pi Beta Phi sorority sisters at Beloit, Wis. Orpha Mayors is here from Hot Spring, New Mexico, 'for a viait with her brother Dr. Harold Meyer and friends. Her brother Dr. Shcrvnnn Meyer, formerly; of AJs;ona, operates a sanitarium in Hot Springs. Dorolhy Kuchynka of Minneapolis spent the weekend -with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. KiKhynka. She accompanied her sister and husband, Mr. and tArs. LoRoy Malhison and children. Mir,. Mathison ant) the. children will stay for a week. Antone Johnson is ill with yellow jaundice at the home 01 his sistur Mrs. C. V. Donaldson ;:t Eoone. Ho and Mrs. Johnson had Rono there ten days ago to nttonrl the wedding of Mrs. Donaldson's son, and he was taken ::i'jk a day or two afterward. Mr. end Mrs. Ray Richardson arc parents of their first, childt a soh both Thursday at the Kos<- suih hospital. The Richardson's have be'en spending the summer here, but will return to Chicago; next month when Ray resumes his studies at Northern Baptist Seminary. Mr*. Marie Ptderson has been made grnndmother twice in the past few months. A son Kenneth Pederson of Richmond, Va~., lit the father of a son Eric Lee BbrH July 23 and the Richard PedetgN sons at Iron Mountain Mich| have a daughter Cheryll Louise, born April 23. , Mrs, A. J. Eason and davtihteif Mary Susan left Monday night for Akron, O., where they will spend a week visiting her broth* er. " S&L PRESENTS "Elmbrook" FURS '^During The August «*. RJR EVENT • Beaver Dyed Mouton $129* Silky, deep pile, looks like beaver, Available in the latest color* .and style*. • Sable Blended Mitskrat $369* J ;-': ( ' ' Glorious blue-grey ' Northern Muikrat Styled and toned to f Jailer, v ; •'/V«(i«r«l Grey Persian Paw ,.,., $249* >. * Sleek and youthfully styled for nil age*, - : Draped (houlder* with parachute ilecve*. ' • Persian lamb Paw <,,, $249* '•'•'" .'*!• .- Rich black Persian Lamb Paw, tb» fw- . . . coat for all occaiion*. . .'.":. t Seal Dykd Coney , '- ''-' * Austral iun Ci ,., $129* Auttraliun Coney with soft.graceful linw, . 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