The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1946 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1946
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JJL^. •~ ALOONA tJPPM DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA Verne Mmn SMrted A Prise Winning t,&mb Fad Odak brothers of James w«e in* ,f6«nt,|«ue,0f ; ihe <Ster, ft«;ft result of City Mother, and John Jtoafc, .CflmV iftfWi .QlaUw, .Kftnsjts. Jthrte ,0* Ihe six uoak sons ImVe had grand ;«t ,ttte .midwest all .j pie ribbon*, since ,1940. jJ*fnes, while tiow ; anilowan, itlWnJr ittt ,t,nV«itiie ^fiewi >hft ,fe t a .livestock -buyer ;for '.Western tBuyees.of AlKohit, .did his share lit brinfelnit 'the 'family ttfe -title .of !bel«« th* "she«p a _ji(factiin il037 when ilames (Jlltl) .enrolled ,in high school ihe /purchased twelve western .ewe* to .use as a farm project tin connection wjth vocational agriculture courses (which are ibelng instituted in Algona (highilhlsifjlll). [Chat's how the ifamtly tot:lntoiUie sheep-busj- ,m*ss. .His .brothers followed tin ihis .footsteps. . • Twft .'years '.later Jim sold this sheep and left the farm to LS Mrs. Aggie Knapp of Mason city is here for a visit with her sister Mrs.'F. A. Coray. .Miss Minnie Stelnman •we'nt to lo.wa City Sunday (for/a Checkup at the university hospital. Mr. and Mrs. T. ,-C. 'Hutchison returned Monday .from ^Chicago and Washington, iD. C- where'they spent ten days-on business. RussqH iBanWftr.ts.pent Thursday and Friday [here -with ; h|s parents Mr. andj Mrs. <Geo. iBanwart. .iHe is at 'Iowa 'State college, i Mrs. (C. <C. iRIchardson .and •son: Marvln.'Storm.'Lake' visited,in.Al- {, gdna Wednesday. .The .-Richardsons' formerly :lived •: jn .AlgOna, when vhq » was Presbyterian minister .here. '• Mr. and rMrs. (Everett Witham! accompanied Mr. and Mrs. ;Ray \! Green to Troy '.Grove, jlll., Sunday night 4o visit :Mr. and Mrs. Ben » 91oter«and 'family ifor a few days/ >'' Mrs. Sloter ; is also .a daughter -ofj the Wi^bams. 1 1 Mr. and Mr», <L. 'iE. itlnnan .and Mr. and Mrs. ,W. A- iLorenz returned Saturday tfrom White ;F,ish Lake, -Wis., where they had ;been on a fishiijg ,trjp. Th'e /Linnflns; were gone two weeks.and ithe :L6r-; enzes a week. ' , , Mrs. C. B. Murtagh ;is .expected V(" home next weejc 'from ArJipgtpn, V : a., where she .has ibeen visiting; her daughter Mrs.;M-.A\ 'Beterson,; family, and Louisville, :Ky,, where; she spent some time with .another daughter Mrs. Sterling iGoff.,. Sumner ^ " . of Sarasota. jya.',<ti»nd"his nep-hew (Burns'Nu .gBnt-of-Burtoank, Calif., spent the 'W.e'ekend'uHth the former's mother ( was recently discharged from the navy, will attend the university of j Ipwa law school this "fall. \ Mrs. F. G.. Brothers suffered a Xheart attack ;recently, and was cbiifjneid .to .her ..bed but .has im- Broyed'.to $he extent that her daughter Mrs. Orrie Ruch of Lake Crystal,'.was able to^go home last n^id-week. A grandadughter Wan. da Ruch is remaining a while. •Mr; .and -Mrs. x Tony -Bysori, .of _31k River, Minn,, who had been ^islting.Mr. and;Mrs..'H. E: Morgan, returned home. • Thursday. §Irs,.Byson and Mrs. Morgan are Sisters. The 'Byso'ns'f ormerly -i arm. ^d northwest of Algona. .but moved to Minnesota about 25 years ago. ' Don, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wijj, who has J>een with .the merchant marines the past three years, x came home Wednesday.' It is pbs9.ible -he .will soon .toe .discharged from service. He and Mrs. Will went to Jowa Ci|y Thursday tp sele his sister Barbara, who is a patient at the university hospital. Mr. and'Mrs. Alvln'Karr and sbn of Breton, 'Were .recent guests 'of [Mr.'and .Mrs, .-Andrew Hanson. I Mrs. Karr is a sister.of Mrs. Han- Ison. Other guests of the Hansons Ijast week were Mr, and Mrs, Alfred Meyers, daughter Joan'of fenton, Mr. and Mrs, .Armour '.emkee, of 'Irvington, • Mr, and .Irs. John Scholtes apd Mrs. John 2ai|ghlin. mother of Mrs. Hanson fund MKS,«arr. | Mr. and Mrs. iP.- A. -.MoArthiw 5 were pleased to have a nephew 'and niece from near Culver, Minn,,, visit them :the jpast week. Khar were Robert McArthur and wife and Mr, -and Mrs. Roy Eliason. >Mrs, Eliason is a niece of Mr. Mo- Arthur, , Mr, and Mrs. Ed Chambers »n4, daughter Elaine, and w s - Ve» Pennett spent the week end at, PCS Moinea where they visited'the Chambers' daughter Mrs. Harry ficheef and'husband.'On the^-wayi Jiome they stopped-rft -Htoasr :tp Visit Mr,'Chambers' />nnsln ,Har»v lh ft grain eleVdtof In thc« ishtercd itlie arwiy MM wrved'iii Iran, India and .Ohlna. But Jim left his broih- *M with n .lilish .interest in «htftp,raising, and they carried .on vivliere the >Ieft off in Kansas, and now have fame and blue ribbons and a reputation as thfe best sheen raisers In 4h6lr section of ithc country. Mr. . aiid Mrs. .Leonard Omholt of .<jreat .Falls, Mont., left Monday pfter-wefldlng a Week at the home fcf JVlr. and Mrs. Waller L. Johnson. Mr;. Omholt is a nephew of Mr, Johnson. A i'nmily dinner' was 1 held Sunday. Sept. 8, in honor of the Omholts-at the farm home of Mrs .Emma .Hagg. There were 45 ing quarters are available his and baby will join him. Mrs. Livingston will return to .Chicago to, visit her parents before leablng' the States. Mr. attd Mrs. A. IP. Oronau and' little'daughter Martha, of Chicago,' visited -for a few clays recently with his relatives Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mueller, Mr. and MM.' Axel Peterson, also his father Richard Gronau, .all of .Fenton. The A, P. Gronaus were on their Way to points of interest out west. On .their return trip the folks again stopped ovor for o few days with their sisters and father, also n niefld Mrs. John R. Rugor, nt Wesley. ttfcgtfl . Mr. .present. . and Mrs. iFred Bartlett of Dallas, Tex., who had been visit™ Ing .friends here left 'last week for TUtep, Qklfl., for Q Visit .with their do Ugh tor and husband Mr. and Mrs.'N. 4 H. Hilton, and from there will go to their cottage in the Ozarks. .thence home. Mrs. Bartlett is ;the former. Gertrude .Clarke, daughter. <>f the :late .Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. E. Clacke, prominent residents here many -years ago. Mf. 'and -Mrs. Edward Jo n nson of Curlew, Mrs. Ned Brown oC Graettlnger, Mrs. Gertrude Hanson of WalliQgford, and Mrs. Mell Butcher of'' EJelevan, Minn., were dinner guests -last Monday of Mr. and Mrs.b E. NV Taylor. Mrs. Han- and Mrs. E. N. Taylor. Mrs. Han- others are Mrs .Taylor's sisters. The visitors and Mrs. Taylor spent 'he afternoon with Mrs. Merle Webster, daughter of Mrs. Taylor. Matt Lamuth went l o Minneapolis Saturday to take his grandson John Edward .Lamut)i home after the lad had been here two or three weeks. Mr. Lamuth will remain for a few days and will also visit His daughter Mrs. Edgar Finnell and family. Edgar is employed 'by the Minneapolis Honeywell. :Mrs. Pearl Potttr and the Sherwood Potter family spent Sunday in Tama with the Durwoqd Potters. They were accpmpanied ,as far as Fort Dodge by Mrs. Ella Potter who returned to Sioux City lo make her home with her daughter after Spending a few weeks with Algona relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hcrzpg left Wednesday for their home in Seattle, Wash. They had returned here Monday evening after a -two weeks trip to Syracuse, N Y., and a few days in Cedar Falls, with Mrs. Herzog's sister .Mrs. ,E. L. Rekers. Mrs.-iF. A. Corey and June accompanied them home from Cedar Falls where a Corey family reunion was held. Mr. and Mrs. J). ,C. 'Hutchison returned Saturday from a 'fishing trip to Crane Lake, near the Minnesota-Canada .'border. They were. accompanied ;by Mrs. Hutchison's' nephews,.John and Charles Carroll' of Des Mbihes. The boys parents' " to > ,. . .. . flit, and 'Mrs. F. J. Livingston arrived last week from Washington, 3. C.. 'for a few days with the for-; Tier's iparents Mr. and Mrs.. -harles -Livingston and brother, Francis and family. Lt. Livingston s being transferred to an air base ; at Puerto Rico and as soon as liv- 2fli) OR BETTER If 200 plus bowling means any-i thing, the Kossuth 'Bowling League is in for a pin-smashing season. ' In tho first week, 12 .keglers wnrpo'd themselves into the coveted "200 Plus" club. High scores, were tallied by Bill Barry Jr.' (203), Hirtchinson. of Lone Rpckj (201), Chas. Davis of Swift's! (213), George Muller (201) and! Wendell Jergensen (240), both of! Pioneer, Larmon Intermill (200)! and A. Krominpa (214) both ofi Titonka, Rnlp<h Donovan (224) of Hank's Barbers, Merle Potter (223) of Old Style, E. Carr o4 Kanawha (200), Don Smith of- Tanvilac (203), and Fred Davis ofi Burt (210). : Team W. Burt 3 Tanvilac 3 Old Style Lager 3 Kanawha Pioneer Seed Swift's L; t! o: o o! K. of C. - 3 Bauer Implement _ .2 Hank's Barbers —'-- 2 Woodman Insurance 2 Lone Rock 1 Herbie's Ghosts 1 JayCees .. 1 Fisher Garage 0 Bradley Bros. 0 Mullins Hybrid 0 Percival Motors 0 Algona Barbers 0 Consumers 0 Britt - 0 .League matches are being bowled Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings. Car Burns Up Seneca: Trouble came double to Ed Kennedy. Their son James received a broken ankle at morning. Mr. (Kennedy discovered his car afire. Only two tires were salvaged. l i Feeding Quality Is High i i.-,'E. «jnisjm;'O8Jirt.7, , ..isc., says: "Yields with Cargill -Hybrid Seed Corn have been exceptionally high, and the' feeding Quality is excellent." Cargill {Hybrid Seed Corn,is sold in Algona by PITCH f.EED STORE, Milwaukee .Depot Corner. Buy With Confidence From Our Ever Increasing Supply Yes,!the Sqpjily is increasing every day, giving you greater selection iin the style of .wrist watch you your own, or for that special gift. Nice selection ,frqm which to choose. Men's Wrist Watch $24.95 Lapel s Watches $33,75 f ^ mm r eoHa STATE GSFTS - WATCHES WAICH KtPAlk ..1 ^ That New Look in WOOL 1 .. Soft/ Curvaceous, Feminine.... and Colors that are Nature's Very Own! lu V Kresemky's Has a Beautiful Selection of Dresses in Soft, Clinging Pure Wool YouMl agree-^-tthqre's a -New 'Look in WOQL! These stunning new .duesscte are designed .frqm graceful, clinging 'pure, wool . . . ant) from their new .rounded shoulders .to tthqir .lower hemlines they .have a knif e.-;iil{e beauty.of .tailoring that Is a joy 4o »e. The colors arc nature's very own! vWArm^earthen browns,-leaf,greens, .smolsy.pastels, .heaven blues. Two are! pictured here for you—there are.many more in sizes,for JUNIORS, MISSES and WOMEN. (AT RIGHT) The dropped shoulder effect 'and keyhole neckline •make this wool -dress as new as tomorrow. Wyn«r's all-wool worst- -Ofl jersey ,with silver .or gold embroidery. Sizes 9 to 15. (AT .tEFE) A .wool : dress ,thal comes .right .out of the fashion magazines to you. Bright with trapunto embroidery outlining ,the •nt'w drop shoulders and .barrel rkirt. All-wool cashmere in exciting autumn/colors. Sizes 9 to 15. There's a NEW in Wats, too! r A on yoiir- HAT! to The new hats chance you from.a summer vagabond into an Autumn que^n . . . give you .that completely .feminine look for Fall. Bedecked in colorful Ccjathers that .flatter and .charm.-the new hats now at Kresenky's give you the ivhole millinery picture for the .new sea- ion. Come in.and 'try them on—see ivaat a .new bat with .a .bright .Jeatfter .will do rfor you.. -In -black and 'colors to suit yo.ur wardrobe. Take Your Pick! New Soft Wooly Mix Them or Match Them! Now is the time to iPlck your sweater wardrobe ... clvoose wmr aUp- .OVOTS and smart new cardigans in colors to match,,or palojs,i<n:on- 4rast. We've shocked our »helv«s with the most cuddly sweatW8;thls side of .the wooly lamb, ,W*',we every style, for every jveashig jjse-r- rftorojacauardeports sweaters to trimly cut women's jjardjgan ;types. •It's to'Kresfln^y's Jf«r your «ew sw«a*W. pp WJIHfwBU^r J Sweater byKORETafCalifom» '^ i Twuboy sweater of iive,lusciou8tilO% wooJ jewy! Belt 4t in, wear u Joese, IF you want a Fur Coat that is luxurious looking... rIF-you want a Fur Cpat-that is practical 'for weiar from morning to night v. . IF you want a Fur Coat that is really big fashion news this season ... , -j YOU WANT A Bon-Mouton Lamb S180 tax incl. BON-MOUTON is rapidly .becoming tho' fur coat sensation of the season—and rightly so, because Bon-Mouton Iamb brings just about everything a woman wants in a fur coat. Peep, rich brown in shade, perfectly matched flawless skins, designed with the new full sleeves that •fit with easy comfort over even the bulkiest suit. See the Bon-Mouton coats at Kresenky's now. Us «fllai« we ejfwberant,

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