The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1946 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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Tuesday, September 24, 1946
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'«' "I ' * r •* t ! * f f i I * i * BAY, SEW. 24, IMS BOY NEAR FENTON DEVELOPS POLIO; PARTIALPARALYSIS i* i , *• i -.< :< < •'i -.-V..I,, AU-JUUI- x» j -,-.-• Florence Holt, .acted polio the past week Ohd was taken to Blank Memorial Hospital, Des Moinos. John is Partially paralyzed'. He had been attends Fenton public school and the-eighth grade. He lives with MF; and Mrs. Olaf Norland. Mrs. Holt has a daughter Nancy who ntlcnds enlnn public school and stnys with the Ray Priebes during the school year. Mrs. Holt is employed at the Arnold Hantel- mnn Rome west of Fenlon. Guests at Zumach's .Sunday dinner guests nt the Alvm Zumach home wore Mr and Mrs. .John Theesfield and Mrs... Magdalona Zumach. Mr. nttd, Mrs. Earl Theesfield, Arm- Strong,- were Thursday night vis- 'Wg. at the Zumach homo. •!-M||S. H. Q. Hoyt, Dundee 111 Wived Thursday for several days' visit with Mrs. Mabel Roi- mers, Algona, Miss Ava Simpson, Estherville, and the E. C. Weis- bl'dds, Fenton. Mrs. Hoyt is the former Lucille Reimers and n niece of Mrs. Weisbrod. r u d f karitone-euhonium nnd 5? a £ dl , Mrs " Wm> BeWa11 and Mrs. Melvin Mansager were appointed a committee to 1 make Fn' 0grai £u bo 2 ks for cor ning meetings. The home economics girls will serve band mothers at fu{""-, meetings. H. ,R. 'Hopkins, in- v, J 101 ' 1 has started a marching band. Independence Mixers The Independence Mixers met Thursday with Mrs. Al Muir. President Mrs. Clarence -Underwood presided at the meeting. The meeting opened with community singing, Mrs. B. G. Ber- k "; l!ind ,, ncco mpnnying.at the pi?"°- Mrs. Berkoland then read the clubs . record of work completed during the past year. me Economist Hazel Doerr of remmetsburg, was present and gave a demonstration and talk on sowing machine attachments Carmen Miller than sane "When Love Is Kind" and "Come Back r? I,"', accompanied by Mrs. Gerald Voigt. The hostess then served tea. There wore 40 members present and the following guests: Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Carmen Miller, Mrs. Harry Tunge of Sioux Falls and Mrs. .Gerald Class of '39 Mrs. Dale Weisbrod 'entertained Tuesday afternoon members of hericlass of 39. Those attending were Mrs. Harry Tunge of Sioux Falls; Mrs. Lewis Schepp- rrjan, LuVerne; Mrs. Fred Thacker, Swea City; Mrs. Mervin iPnebe, Fenton, and Mary Jane Eigler, recently discharged from the service after having been a nurse at Springfield, Mo. The afternoon was spent socially, af- %... which Mrs. Weisbrod served refreshments. Band Mothers Meet ,;The Fenton Band Mothers met Friday at the schoolhouse. President Elsie Eigler presided. The group purchased a snare DON'T BUY A FURNACE ftinJfotded ..**' XouH get more comfort, CM* ««nitnc« «nrj economy n t «e» Grten Colonial. Some rnodtfi tit available now. Place your order now. 7Ti« demand «, heavier Uian the ' immediate 'lupply. i COAL . . . OAs . . . OIL BLOWERS Whether you prefer coat. oil. 01 gal there'i • ipecially deiigned iCreen Colonial Furnace U iniure your comfort 4 <^ \- Phonei 464 N/Dodge"'St. ,(•'/'<-. i : AIgona. Iowa f t GREEnCOLOniflL FURnflCE SERVICE _ ALGONA AUCTION SALE CO. ! • f Here's What Happened Last Friday . . . There was a mighty gt . crowd at last Friday's sale, and a nice run of consignment cattle. Lambs went tut $15.50 a hundred; good quality ewes at $8.90. Good veals sold uu to $16,95, the com* mon kind at 7c, One club calf brought $19.70 a hundred. Stockcr- cattle was. Icnockdd down at $14.20 to $18, Good fleshy cows nf around $13,50 to $14. Come in Friday and join us—we are counting on a good run of stock for you. Next Sale NextFriday, Sept, 27 1;OOP,M, Attend Our Spies J( You Are Looking for STOCKERS and FEEDERS BRING IN YOUR LIVESTOCK ANP RECEIVE. THIS HIGH DOLLAR H.E.YUNGEBERG AND SON " \ Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantel- rnan spent Sunday in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fischer and Mrs. Hildreth Potiif. s -x>nt TUPS- oay in Mason City, Willie Pettit visited Thursday and Friday -with • his grandparents the'Wm'. Fischers. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Larson, Royal, visited Sunday evening at the Art Voigt home. Billey Jolley had a light case of pneumonia the past week but has now returned -to school. Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt. were Sunday dinner guests at the Leo Stevens home, Hutchins, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Everett -Dreyer and family were Sunday 'dinner guests at the Clarence Wegener home. Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Preul left Thursday for Eagle Grovc'.where '-hey attended th= Msthoclist conference. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and son Larry were Sundry dinner guests at the -Norman Finnestad home. Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield spent Thursday to Saturday in Mason City, where Mrs. Theesfield had minor surgery. Mrs. Frank Behnkc and daughter Janet visited last weekend with Mrs. Behno's parents^ the Ernest Palmers, Rockford. , Mrs. Paul Eigler and daughter Judy and Mrs. Everett Dreyer were Wednesday guests at the John Kohlwes, Lotts Cree,k. Marian, daughter of'the Herman Gades, left ..Saturday,- foi Kelso, Wash., where ' she will visit her sister, Mrs. Phyllis Hoy. Mr. and Mrs. W. Vf'.' Jolley, Ottumwa, came Friday for a few days at the home of their son and family,, the Dr, ,W. W. Jol- 'leys. . •; K-..' •;.•-,•;•. -. '•"..Mr. -and ^MijsW'Martin Hantel- ".-•"•• -.!-, --•-•"""**.**••, r J.V.I* tl, AAC^iltCiJlltm J» brother' and :family, ; the Ted Meiers, -Whittembre, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were Friday evening dinner guests at the Wm. Boettchers Burt. Mrs. H. G| Hoyt, Dundee, 111., was also .a guest. Mr. and Mrs. John Finnestad, son Vernon and .daughter.-.- Mary Lou, and Kathleen Rusch spent Monday to Saturday at Canistota and Brookings, S. D. At Brookings they Visited Mr. Finnestad's sister, Mrs. Ted. LeFevre and family. •-..': RHEUMATISM and ARTHRITIS I suffered for years and am so thankful that I am free from pain and able 'to do my work that I will gladly answer anyone writing TOO for information. Mrs. Anna Pautz, P. O. Box 825. Vancouver,. Wash. P<L Adv, NUSsDVO.Laboratories , 42tf SPARKLING PLASTIC wllli plnll'orm sole take your fed Into fnnhirm't spotlight, Si/en to 9 AAA to tl. A Life Stride OcLnxc EXQUISITE BLACK 'sling p u in p in luscious Fall gabardine. \ Hiffh plnlforins. Si/.es to 9 AAA lo B. •A Life Stride DcLuxe CAREFREE CALFSKIN . . . that needs no pain- p e r i n g to complete your Fall fashjori pic. ture. Blnek or brown. Si/.es to 9 AAA to 0. A Life Stride Shoe MOlNES, ALGONA, IOWA- Mrs, Dale Weisbrod and Mrs. Art Voigt, took Pfc. tJerwood Voigt to Mason City the past week where he left for Fort Bragg, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cornelius spent Sunday to Thursday in Iowa City, wneiy Mrs. Cornelius received treatment at me University hospital. Herbert, son . of the F. W. Preuls, left Wednesday for Iowa City,' where he will again resume his studies at the university. Hadloy Bailey left Monday f ptL.th, e,, uni i vcrsi ty. • They Look Like Fur • They're as Warm as Fur • W'cnr Kimn ttftier Than Many Fur* • At Fraction of the Cost of Fur Far-Fabric SHORTIE COATS Among the Many Stylet on Display t TIMMIE SHORTIE in white or gray all-wool pile . . . boxy and brief . . . for over suits . . . for eve. ning wear . . . sizes 10-18. SELECT NOW ON LAY-AWAY • They Look Like Fur • They're as Warm as Fur •, WearjEten Better Than Many • Af fraction of the Coil of fiir )-!-.'-, \l\'.:' ' ' ndlr. SHORTIE COATS 'Among the Many Stylet Now on Display t STENCILLED LEOPARD fur fabric sliorlie with fashion'* new push • up uleeves . . . collarlegs . . . brain binding ... rayon lined . . . sizes 10 to 18. 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