The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1946 · Page 9
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I p» Attg. It, 1948 WHITTEMORE 1LSTOOPEN DES ittettlore: The Whitternore wii) again open Mor 2. The Presentation AcaidV Sisters returned last week Dubuque. Slater Mary i, the ne<w-Su,tJerifc>r, is.thg pal or the; high schools Obti' Asters who came here are: Sf M. Reginald, Sister M. !oi. Sisted - Caroline,, Sister M< 'D Hfeart, Sister M. Berna- Sisler M. Mercedes, Sister Soncepta and Sister M. Jo- ii,'Sister Josephine, who un- bnt a serious operation, will llfow later, Qui.to a' bit of 6»Je was spent:in repainting,..the fcterior and the interior this by Charles Elbert who janitor. tie Lutheran school will open \ Prof. H. W. Behnke leach- the' 5th nnd 8th, wadc.v and W. G. Brase will teach the .lower grades. This school' Been redecorated both .the or] ind exterior and .a new : lirner will be installed- in dear future. b i . Reunion reunion was held at .the fles K .Kollasch home last 1 of the., Kisch and Mertz Hies, honoring, the presence; Ister Angelinda. .Others who; aided were Wendell Kisch,. f, and Mrs. J. B.' Mertz, Mr. , Mrs. Eeter Mertz, Mr. : and, Charles'Abrams and family, tj ; 436nd, Mr. and-Mrs. Roman, and ..dauphter [of Spencer,; n,d Mrs. John, Mertz- and {,' Mr. ,and Mrs. Henry Land daughter,. Luiyerne-, *Jke Kisoh and son, Liver- and Mrs'.-- Jack, Kisoh Jghter, Mallard. Mrs. Jos-, niper and family, Manly, Jr. aricl Mrs. Harry Jorgenson, fason/Gity!, Mrs. Marvin Derjn- e|and,' ! Eataick, Milford; Mr. and! f. Carl Reed and family .and and Mrs. Simon Kisch. and^ ily/6f here. • t «- '" :'• ' tie||on Con-veniion and Monday several bem of the American Region e,S$ely-Walsh Post attended ! st|ittf American Legion con- Des Moines. Those itended" from here were nrnffiKHer Paul .Uiiich, Peter JimMher, Uhomas Rooney, SpHlSchilz, Joseph Schumacn- jRobert Gengler, Norbert jZu-< |h )( , Cletus.' Mueller, MelvanJ brt, *Eail Schmitt,, -und JBUW Kollasch. They all netunnedi ic'JWednesday moraiing, . ' fjclg 1 Bowman 1 , 'Phoenix, Ariz., Hsfting at the home of his "o^er relatives; - . ' '•• Son was born to Mr. and,, rs. Walmer Laage, Fenton,: a£: McCreery hospital, Monday.! 10 Dogotch suffered .diaep ihes on his leg .Wednesday irning when he was 'kicked by lorse. • , -. rs.,J. S. Cullen..attended the Bedding of a relative, Capt. Jos» qph Mulroney and "Helen Groff, |= Mallard, Tuesday. . I Mrs... Lbrenz Hanson returned y. home from Rochester, Minn,, ^Tuesday evening following an J operation for goiter. • •'; Word was, received from Sgt.l James'Koillasoh that'he is on his; way home from Guam, whene''he! served' in the army the .paat 22' months. Mr. and- Mrs. J. B. CSeelan and' sons James and Jack visited Mrs, Elizabeth Higgins .and the Don 'Sylvester families in Sioux City, l|st week. , ... . Kelly; arrived home from; Island, 111., last w,eek,i iere she spent thehpast thKeei jeks at the home of her .broth-; nd family, Mr, and'Mrs, . Kelly. Norbert Thilges Chips Elbow In Baseball Gome at LuVerne Bode: Norbert Thilges was brought to Bode for medical cane ,F!iiiday. afternoon, suffering from ;att' injured elbow he received in pl&ying in a baseball game at Lu Verne Friday afternoon, August [9j .With <the' St. Jtfe 16am. He was «6ttt: to 'the ; hospHial in Fort Dodge, where he was treated for a.,broken bone at the elbow and was a surgical patient there for a short time. _ Oft. Vataiion trips Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanson, Audrey and Robert started Friday .afternoon on a two weeks Vacation, trip with destination as Lutsen, Minn., on Lake Superior. They stopped in Mason City en route, Where they were joined .by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanson and' daughter Lorna, wHa also have a; cabin at Lulsen. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Olson and baby daughter have returned from a vacation trip to Minneapolis and- points in Wisconsin. Entertains Birthday Club Mrs. Chris Olson entertained the 'birthday group at her home Friday afternoon. This club .meets ,once a month and at this particular time no birthday was celebrated; Some months there are two or more birthdays celebrated. There were several guests present. After a social afternoon .Mrs. Olson was assisted by the serving of refreshments .by her sister Mrs. Charies Kaih of Piano, 111. Hfeceptibn For Pastor A. reception was held in the ahurch Sunday .evening, Aug. 11, for the Btev. \T. T. Jordahl and his family. Rev. Jodrahl has recently been installed as pastor of St. £Uaf Lutheran church. Following a program of musical numbers and greetings by heads of various dhurch organizations, Rev. JbrdahJ spoke to the assembly in a pleasing response of gratitude .and; well wishes'. At conclusion of the program refreshments were served in the dining room.. Leaves Afier Visit Mr. and Mrs. George Bower and family of Yankton, S. D., lave returned to their home after a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gangstad, and with other friends. Mr. Bower was athletic coach here last year. ; Misa -Emma Hallinger has returned, from a visit with relatives ;in Superior, Wis. .Cadet. Nurse Vivian Kinseth is' lorne for .a four weeks vacation frpnv-hospital duties in Minneapolis. A; daughter was born at the Jutheran hospital Tuesday even- sing; ,A)u& 13, to Mr. and Mrs. XSlfenn- TiQftsberg. .Nicholas Olsen has returned to his home in Sycamore, 111., 'after a two woeks visit at the home of his brother Chris Olson. Miss Alma Dale, R. N., has returned to her duties in St. Paul after a two weeks vacation spem at the home of her father Erick Dale. Mr. and. Mrs. A. L. Larson are vacationing in northern Minnesota, and .Canada. Mr. Larson is manager of Bqtsford!s Lumber yard. '•tye. .and JMrs. Richard Cottington and Mr. and Mrs. Dwane Halverson have left on a vaca- •tion. trip, to > northern -Minnesota and Canada. Neil Nasby is in charge of an- stinques to be displayed in Bode store Windows the week of Aug- ;ust 19. Anyone having' any are to contact Neil. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sween and daughter of Canton, S. D., have returned to their home after a visit here with his mother and other friends. , Mrs. George H. Free and her son-in-law nnd daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Duncan of West Field, New Jersey, were dinner guests at the Walter Thompsons one evening last week. Mrs. Harry Wildes of Paulsbo, Wash,, is a guest at the home qf Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ray of Dos Moines were recent visitors at tho Jack Satcrn home. Richard Satern, radio man 2-c, has arrived home, having received his honorable discharge at Fort Snalling. Dick served two years and five months in the navy in the Atlantic and Pacific. Mr. and Mrs.' Walter Thompson attended funeral services Monday afternoon in the Fort Dodge Methodist church at 2:30 for Roy A. Fox, who dropped dead at his home Thursday noon, August 9. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Helmen were in Des Moines Wednesday, August 7, where Mrs. Helmen attended the first day's session of the American Legion Auxiliary convention as delegates from the Bode unit. Mrs. J. B. Jnobson attended; the wedding of her niece Loraine Thorsen and Raymond Krieger of Carroll, whose marriage took! place in the First Lutheran; church in Humboldt Sunday evening at 7:30. Thursday evening, August 8,; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson and. Mrs. Clarence Wiuff attended funeral services Thursday evening in Humboldt at 7:30 for Walter Abel of Chicago, who died at .the Richard Wiuff home near Humboldt. Remains were taken to Chicago for burial. 80 Acres Wesley: George Goetz lately purchased the John Ward 80- acre farm between Wesley and Woden. AtGdffA threshing CreW Hosts Burl: The G. E. Slgsbees teftained their threshing ere* ,a. pnrty at their home last l*ues- .dby oven-ing. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS!, BliACK SUEDE! RED SUED!! GREEN SUEDE! BROWN SUEDE! BROWN ALUGATOR CAL'F! BLACK ALLIGATOR CALFJ Kresensky's Shoe Sept. U~Jl Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. drove- to Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon, where they met their daughter Mrs. J. JV<Rosendahl and sons Ralph arid 1 , Danny t who arrived, at that place from S.an' 'Francisco, Calif. Grayolas 8 colors I0 r colors fftc J'V Notebook Spiral 10 e Book Bags WaterprpoC Erasers 2 for 5° 5" Candy Big Assortment Bulk Candy. 4 Sandwich Bags 10° MAWLINER Scrap Books Loose Leaf Fillers 5" 10' ^^^^fr^^^ fl^^^t^^R ^^^ ^B ^^BP* *^^^if^Hpfl^fr <^mtffffip jf wBfr^Kw dHHRflllUfJHPwsBi ^w ^^in^T r^^^f ^^mj^ nHHw^HPraPHi ^f and Elmey Mi tangroacl^ Paste Jar 5" 10* Fountain Pens 52° 98* Automatic Pencils 20° 43' 64 C 98 e Scratch Pads • . Assorted colors. StenograpJb^B Notebooks' Gregg ruled. 10" Lunch Pails qt round tin pail. 4 J r D'.ng Dong.! . . . : yes, these JOAN MILLER iRJNIQRS Will 'nine the •bell' at anybody's college or high school! And they're as right for date-.time as school-time, fashion* etl' expertly of slick gabardine .and wonderful wools and rayons for •the most .part, and with all .those tricks of .design (like the .dress on the gicKiPhoning—it's a copy .of a jpeafl':boy ! s .sport shirt;). '•Choose- now--from- such- nationally advertised lines as JOAN MILLER . . . PETTI i . . CAROLE KING . . . MINX MODES! SI0.95 '*» SI9.96 n vrescns HER NEW SCHOOL COAT IS HERE ':Shortie; -fitted coat, or boxy coati — ;ther« l s : 'One here for your igpinE-back-'t'o-school daughter. Sizes 3 -to le; 7 to 14 and 11 to 13. .Sturdy .all-wools in the ;pqputtjr;new, colors. ' Hurry, hurry.^hurry . , . time's .a fleeting-tout yau .can .get your children set for school on Kresensky-'s fer^,. .roomy children's floor-—one whole floor exclusively :for/ children?)) clothes! The Tight merchandise .and the riBht; prices. ren s h^ve plenty of them, be- know they're prac- a school days uni- Sweaters in large in p«i<j or ypur gwn , to ?8rry her school days. »» 4»rge vwtety

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