The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1946 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 27, 1946
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PAGE FOUR. Rents Burt Farm Burl: Lurona Wcssol has routed her fnrm north of Burt to the H. A. Salisburys. NYLONS BeautHul Sheer all Nylon Hosiery with Cation and Nylon To* SIZES 8'/2 fo J01/2 Color: Neulrnl B«l|( 3 PAIRS in a BOX Sold by Ifia box on// $3.90 per box (limit 4 boMi to customer) When sending money order pletie »d4 postage »s Ilited: 1 hoi 10c ft noxe*,.... r.. .-.479 2 boxes :t,1c 4 bom ..-.*.,-..-. .61* HOUSE of LOUBE Ltd. , 16 East 48th Street. N. Y. WESLEY PUBLIC, PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS OPEN SEPT. 2; THREE NEW TEACHERS Wesley: School wil,l open Monday, Sept. 2, in both the public and parochial schools for registration only in the morning with classes beginning Tuesday morning. In 1 the public school there are to be two new intruders, Loren C. Ozeas of Hamilton, has been hired as coach. He attended Northwestern university at Evanston, 111., this summer, following 30 months of service in the army and had taught at North English, la. Anna Flom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole K. Flom, will replace Miss Dorothy Schauers as grade teacher. Others who taught last year arc Superintendent and Mrs. Charles Mullin, Ralph Hedges, Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter ancl Mrs. G. L. Olson. In the Parochial school Sister Josine replaces Sister'Raphael ;is Superior. Others arc Sister The all-day* Moc-ox/ord by Buster Brown It feels soft and easy as a bedroom slipper, wears like old ironsides. Isn't it just the smartest style ever for free-and-easy casual clothes? KIDSl Tvn» in the Butler Brown Gang 9very Saturday, 10:30~A. M. " Station WHO SHUTS BROWNE* SHOE STORE AlCONA IOWA i (MS Of YOU* ftf Tuesday, September 3 Any boy or girl will be happy to go back to Ki'hool with a nice new wrist watch. We are receiving new watches regularly JTOW ancl can show you a very good assortment. Girl's Wrist Watch A dainty watch she will love to wear to keep her on time for all those important engagements. JO-k R. G. P. case with stainless steel back. 17 jewels. Cord bracelet with rachet clasp. $29.75 Boy's Wrist Watch 10-k K. G. P. case with stainless steel back. Genuine pig skin strap. A watch any boy will be proud to own. $24.95 GIFTS • WATCHES WATCH REPAIR Bridgette cook; Sister Georgella, music; Sister Mary Agnes, Sister Susan, Sister virgilla. Sister Raphael will teach at Granger this year. A food shower held Wednesday night in.the Parochial hall for the Sisters was very well attended. Bingo was enjoyed by all, followed by a pot luck lunch. Sitch & Chat Circle Members of the Stitch and Chat Circle of the W. S. C. S. entertained their families at a 7 o'clcok dinner in the church parlors Wednesday evening. Paul Riggs Released Paul Riggs, son of Rev. and Mrs. J. A, Riggs, returned home Thursday with his discharge. He had been in the army about 18 months ancl had been in the European war zone. Entertains ai 500 Mrs. Joe Studcr entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Clare Wingcrt was a guest. Mrs. Clarence Nelson won high score prize, Mrs. Vincent Eiscn- bacher low, and Mrs. Wingcrt travel. Mrs. Nelson will have the next party. Visls Eisenbachers Miss Rose Ann Simon of Cam- elsporl, Wis., visited two weeks ;it the Ign. Eisenbachcr home. Shu will enter St. Agnes convent ;it Fon clu Lac, Wis. Visit Sisier Georgelle Mrs. George Etzel and daughter Sylvia of Milwaukee visited their daughter mid sistc, Sister Georgella at St. Joseph's paroch- kil school several days recently. Posi-Nupiial Shower A post-nuptial shower was hcjld Sunday at the David Lloyd home honoring Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lloyd, who were married Sunday, August 11, at Fair- m'ont, Minn. He has been employed at the Harm Hillenga farm and his wife is the former Betty Nichols of Algona. Foerlsch Family Picnic A family picnic was held at the Ollie Foertsch home Sunday, August 18. Those who attended included the Mrs. Theresa Foertsch, Mrs. Carrie Rickc, Geo. L. Foertsch, Firman Heinan, Charles Heinan, Bernard Heinan and Frank Grant families and .ALGONA UPPER DES MOINE9, ALdONA IOWA the Matt Rellner family of Woden. . . r ' jt «," "'t Appointed to AnnapollJ f Wayne Smith, son of. Dr. .and Mrs. Leon Smith*, andr grandson of Albert Kleinpeiif, rsdehtly- received his appointment for the navy at Annapolis at Anh Arbor, Mich. He has sgen service in the navy. '.', : Guests at Raneys . Guests at the Dr. H.,H. Raney home Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carey ana Joan of Buffalo, N. Y. The, ladies arc sisters. They were en.route from a visit with relatives, in Minnesota to Odcll, 111. : •., John Diekman observed his 17th birthday Sunday,' Rev. and Mrs. Okko Peters of Persian, Minn., visited their son Harry, who is on the farm north of Wesley. Mrs. Ign. Eiscnbacher spent last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jake Strouth at Reding, Minn. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dillshay of T .altimcr were visitors at the Claus Tjarks home Thursday. The ladies arc sisters. •Mr. and Mrs. Emery Fitz of Marshalltown visiXcd recently at the Curtis Benskirt home. They were on a two weeks tour of the Dakotas. / Mr. and Mrs. John Richtcr and daughter Ann spent the weekend in Minneapolis at the home of their daughter Ruth, now Mrs. Kenneth Ludstrom. Zolpha Girrard, R. N., of Mason City, is spending - her two weeks vacation at her • parental Albert Girrard home and at her grandparents' home at Perry. Julia, daughter of fl: Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Raney, spent the past week at her parental grandpar week at the 'home of ;hcr paternal grandparents, the J.'. A. Ran- eys, Algona. ''.'"".' Mrs. Myrtle Kouba,' '.Shirley and Craig, stopped in "Wesley Wednesday. They were returning home from a week's visit with her father O. P. Melvold in Cottonwpod, Minn. George Ricke and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kellner and' daughter accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uhlenhake and two children of Garner on a trip to Oklahoma to visit relatives lately. > : Clyde Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave iLloyd, is now employed by Curtis Benskin to haul cream and to assist- with the freight hauling. Don Kinniard had been operating the cream truck. • (»•' Mr. and Mrs.'' Orren Burrell and family Ifcft; Tuesday for their hpifte In Eugene, Ore., following a visit at the; home of hid sister, Mrs. A. M. Lease. ' Their father. F. W. Burrell of Unfoana, stayed for a longer Visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer and Kathleen and Mfs. Lael Root went to Minneapolis Thursday. The youngsters were given a medical check-up as they were polio patients at the Sister Kinney Institute last year. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Tjarks attended the Missionary feast festival at .the Christian Reformed church Wednesday. .Special guest speakers were on the program and supper was sewed by mem- bnip of the congregation. Donna Mae Bleich was brought home Wednesday from the Park hospital in Mason City where she had been a week with polio. She has no paralysis but Will continue to rest in bed and will be given exercises at home, Mrs. Orville Waldrop and duaghtcr Donna of St. LoUis, Mo., are visiting at the parental Eli Goodnow home. Mrs. Waldrop is the former Violet Goodnow. They rode to Wesley with Franklin Fox and Matt Hildman, who had'been there on a visit. Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter and Mrs. Charles Mullin entertained a group of ladies at the former's home Thursday afternoon. Bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. Richard Grifhorst and Mrs. Tom McMahon won high ancl low score prizes respectively- Jerry Lickteig, youngest son of Mr, and Mrs. John Licktcig, left Wednesday for Fort Snelling, Minn. He enlisted in the army. ^ Jerry is a 1946 graduate of Wesley high school. He was honored at a farewell party at the Jack Lickteig home Tuesday night.' FENTON PUBLISHER BOOSTS HOSPITAL I*. G. Metzger. publisher 'of the Fenton Rop6t»tei«, darried a story in his last issue that "there Is apparently a need for a large new hospital in Kossuth" and goes on to Comment 'further, adding that a bill recently signed Into law in Washington 'authorizes federal ft* nanclng of hospitals for one*third of the cost.) He adds in comment: "The county war finance committee, which recently disbanded, had a balance of $4,100 which was offered to n committee in charge of planning for the .building of .a new county hospital at Algona. No concrete plans -existing for such a project at this time, the fund was finally divided between the Boy Scouts and Salvation Army. "It was stated that that the Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce has an 'option on a plot of ground suitable for the silo of a new hospital and are ready to d>- natc the ground for that purpose." It is an encouraging sign to note that interest in a new hospital project that would serve the entire county has not died out, and that Editor Met/get* is intercsed in seeing something come of the discussion. Bant&'Of Marriage Wesley: Banns of marriage were .published in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday for Alvina iWeig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. .George Weig and Matt Fisl of Sexton. She was honored at a shower in Algona Sunday afternoon. Hostesses At Wesley Wesley: Mrs. Otilla Hikiman and Mrs. Julius Lorenz were hostesses at the meeting of the Catholic Missionary society Wednesday afternoon. The C. D. of A. will meet Wednesday evening, Sept. 4. The Missionary society will meet that afternoon. LOW COST ADVERTISING — That's what you get In Upper Des Moines want adsi Over 4,000 Crayolas — Rulers Compasses — Erasers Colored Chalk Paste and Glue Pencils, 2 for 5c Pen and Pencil Sets Parker and Skrip Ink Scout Fountain Pen, $1.98 Wearever Pacemaker Pens Packer Fountain Pens Construction Paper Prang Paints, 50c Leather Portfolios Spiral Notebooks, 5c Up Zipper Notebooks, $5.00 Websters Dictionary $1.49 Academic Notebook ^ . Fillers, 5c and lOc WELCOME, TEACHERS! Make us your meeting place you are downtown! Just step through our friendly door and make yourself at home. We're cprjjvenient' tp everything downtown. And.^if fjjpjs only j» postage stamp you need, you'll get ^feiendly Janies service" when we serve you v *V We Ai'9 Algona Headquarters for Hi'len Rubinstein, Lentheric, DuBarry and Lucien Lel^g Beauty Products. A Complete Line of All Best Known COLOGNES Prescriptions Accurately Filled Everything You Need in STATIONERY —THE REXALL STORE As Materials Become Available, We Are Prepar to Assist You Through Out Property •ovement Plan 40 Hours Devotion Wesley: A 40-hour- devotion will be held in St. Joseph's Catholic church Friday, Saturday find Sunday, Sept. G-7-8. READ THE WANT ADS for Home (Modernization •Irive This NdwIfYduf stigate Contemplate Building or Modernizing •'••'.. - -'•- / ; Come in and Talk It Over" S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 SPECIALS Peters "Diamond Brand" School Shoes . for, BOYS . for^GIRLS $ 2to $ 4 Send them off to school in Peters Shoes, '<4nd' you know they arc going to be well-shod for weeks and months, to come. Rugged, IOIIK- wearing types for both boys and girls — the kind of shoes they like, and the kind parents like for. their reasonable price! See our selection now. i , y Girls Sweaters SI Values to $4.00. Cardigans, slipovers in wool, sizes 6 through misses. Girls Blouses SI $2.00 and $3.00 values. Bow styles, jewel necks. All sizes. Boys Sweaters SI.29 to S3.98 Sizes 6 to 18, button, zipper and slipover styles. Sleeves or sleeveless. Boys Shirts 69c t All sizes in long sleeved or short sleeved sport, style shirts. Girls Dresses 1 2 A group of dresses that were $1.00 to $4.00, now half off. A nice array of styles ; for ' school wear. Boys Jackets SI. 25to SI 2.00 Zipper styles, button styles in jiu.b|irdl,nt' ; !Q r wools. All sizes. Boys Trousers S2..S4 Tweeds, cottons, worsteds — right for school fabrics and made to wear. All sizes. Girls Skirts 1 "2 OFF School skirts that were 98c to $3.00 values, Flaids ajid tweeds that arc right for school. All sizes. Girls Jackets SI Brushed rayon and worsted jackets that were $2.00 to $5.00 values. A nice variety from which to choose for school days. r t GIRL'S COATS So to S15 Brand-new fall coats with all the brilliant new style touches for school wear. Warm, long wearing tweeds and worsteds, Sizes for girls and misses. BOY'S SUITS A group of boys suits that were $9.00 to ?15.00—just take half off the price, Ruyged, grood'Wearimr (weeds and worsteds^-jiist right for school wear, All

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