The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1946 · Page 12
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PAGE SIX. A£GONA UPPER Diss MOINES, ALGONA, , ••• Y^r^H^M ORGANIZE WOMAN'S CLUB, WHITTEMORE Whittemore: In an initial meeting held at the home of Bertha Ebert, Wednesday, 15 women met to organize a women's club affiliated with the Federated Womans club of America. Bylaws an rules were established and also officers were elected for the organization. President, Eva Baesler; vice president, Mrs. H. E. Woodward 1 ; recording secretary, Mrs. Edmund O'Brien; corresponding secretary, Bertha Eb- crt; treasurer, Mrs. R. L. Richardson. The next meeting will be held October 17 at the home of Mrs. R. L. Richardson. Firemen's Conveniion Twelve members of the Whittemore Fire company attended the state fire convention held at Carroll, last week Tuesday. Those who attended were Chief Wilbur Roeber, Gene Martini, Ralph Koppen, Elmer Ostwald, Alfred Bell, Ewald Rusch, Carl Reed, Harold Heinrich, Roger El- bcrt, Melvin Elbort, Maynard Roeber, and Frances Slagle. The boys participated in several contests and bringing home two first prizes. A fire equipment company presented the department with a hronium plated fire extinguisher and $12 in cash. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher received word [rum their son- in-law that'a .son arrived at their home Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sherman live in Sioux Falls, S. D., and have one other child, a boy. Mrs. Sherman was formerly Viola Schumacher.' Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fuchsen moved into their homo recently purchased from John Wnldron and the Walclrons moved into their new modern home which they buiU and due to the shortage of many items to complete the building of ;>. homj at thi.s stage they were fortunate to get it completed. PLOW 20ACRES FOR A NEIGHBOR , Four Corners: On Tuesday of this week George Lee, John Rich, Chester Robinson, Keith Stephens. Bill Ehrhardt. A. J. Eischeid, Ray Smith and John Sabin plowed 20 acres of ground at th'e Ed Rich place. Elwood Richtcr arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William tDrayton last Saturday evening. He returned to Missouri Tuesday morning, taking his wife, the former Doris Drayton, with him. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller be- came parents of a baby daughter Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Mcrton Christensen and children were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich. Mrs. Chrislcnscn baled hay for John Sabin on that day. One day last week neighbors and friends went in. and put up Earl Tripps hay. Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Holdren and Mrs. Eltnore served. George Lee and Arthur Cruikshank cut corn for Ed Rich Friday. The" neighbors are going to fill Mr. Rich's silo Saturday. Voight Family In Reunion At Rodman Whittemore: A Voight family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mathers, near Rodman. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hanson and daughter Laura. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Voight, Rosella and Evelyn Voight, and Harold Voight, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voighl, Osage, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight and son Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voight and son James, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe and son Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Ostwald, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wagner and family, Whitleniore. ancTMr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and family, Rolfe. wedding invitations and announcements at the Algona Upper Ues Moines. 3.111 Greenhouse Sold To Algona Man Fcnion: Mrs. N. R. Ellsworth, Spirit. Lak'e. has sold her greenhouse to Wilmer Arneson, Algona. Dr. Ellsworth, a dentist In Fenton about 30 years ago, practices in Estherville and the couple has moved there. Their son Junior is recently home from Japan and now attends Iowa Slate college, Ames. Their daughter Cleo will,. soon graduate from nurses training in Sioux City then she nnd her husband Torn Popovich, will go to Pennsylvania, where he will attend school. Mrs. Ellsworth is a sister of Mrs. Henry Gowans. Boy Breaks Collarbone Bode: Dennis, C-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs!. Alfred Vaag, carries his arm in a sling, as a result of a fall from a tree, Which broke his collar bone. LIFE WITH CITY CLU8 JKtt tftHltr IHWIlt H.,ll. HH, HI*. 41-ltl $ Qua/t'fy 'Seer a. NCILEMAH UEWINC co. . IA otosst. wise "You'd foolish to throw it away!" OUR DRY GLEANING RENEWS! ' Ask Us Aboul Our Exclusive BEKLO1J MOTHPROOFING PROCESS for Your Garments ALGONA LAUNDERERS GLEANERS East of Court House Phone 267 BOTTLED UNDEk AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY MINERAL SPhlNGS COCA-COLA BQTTLINQ CQMPANV Humboldt IQWS »> SEPTEMBER 23 ?HRU SEPTEMBER 28 SISpf EMBER 23 THRU SEPTEMBER 28 Children's Outing: Flannel Pajamas Sizes 2, 4 and 6. Striped _ _ mit'ems. One- A| * rs I " lcce with dro l> seat ¥ I • it* £?' RHHRffl Department Stores FALL STIVAL •81-. afl'Inch Sanforized Drapery Material fiflffhl new Mdral patterns. Rf«ular SI,19. 01 Yd tFnll i36-IM( Width V YOU'LL NEED THE ITEMS LISTED HERE —TO HAVE OR HAVE NOT— Depends Upon Whether You Buy Your Fall antf Winter Needs Early. CHECK WHAT YOU NEED AND BUY NOW ED Handbags j For ladies. All j colors;* This sale $f88 El'Ladies Gloves New fall styles. Si 00 Pric&d ! up from I D Infants Vests Tic style with short sleeves 48° Chenille Rugs Ass't colors 22x44", washable $£75 98° ED Boys "T" Shirts. Fine combed cotto.^.'S-M-L ; Q 'Slack Suits Boys sizes 10 to §3 18. Iftfie qtiali'ty Cottage Sets $299 Just arrived. Regular $3,49 White with red 'i Brown Muslin 3G in. width. •<.. Fot jm.aw u M?R , Per yard ... BLANKETS . CHATHAM . BEACON AND UP BUY BEFORE HIGHER PRICES APPEAR Rockford Sox 20* Mens sizes, ideal lor fall'wear CD Sport Shirts Mens sizes. Ass't colors. $1.98 and D Mens "T" Shirts White combed cot- £4 OQ ton, small med Ige I D Men's Shorts Broadcloth pat- Cflf* teriied. 30 to 42 «fU D Men'c. Unions 50% wool, sizes 36 to 46; Buy early D Boys' Shorts Wash New crisp cottons. A large assortment just received for yoSir daytime wear. $1.10 AND UP Baby Blankets Pink or blue. Several sizes. Prices start at Childs Sleepers With feet. Sizes 1-2-3 Flannel Knit Curtains Ass't colors. Reg. $5.95 Per pair $47? Conifort Batts All cotton or part wool 3 Ib. size It Will Be Of Special Interest To You To Visit This Store Each Day This Week. Several Items Not iAppearing-,In,/;Thi«. "Ad" Will Be Things You Need. Outing Gowns Ladies sizes These are really scarce Head Scarfs For everyone ! ' Plain, or fancy, A||Q Priced up i'romvU New Fall Millinery Youthful Styles Matrons Styles Berets-Beanies Childs Hats Fine knit jockey style. Size 6 to 16 Part Wool Sox Mens sizes for every day wear D Sewing Boxes Maple or walnut 94 70 I . finish, An ideal gift Mirro Aluminum Ware 6 QT. KETTLES 3 QT, SAUCE PANS WHISTLING TEA KETTLES ANGLE CAKE PANS 5 PURPOSE PANS 2 QT. SAUCE PANS CAKE PANS POUBLE BOILERS Frying Pans Steel with cold handle. 49c and D Wash Basins White enamel with IQT. SAUCE PANS Shopping Bag* Large size and cnly D Cannister Sets White with red trim. 100% WQQJ Yarn g o^ skeins ? designs. 4,pc. set 136 to 50 in. width «| up -trvi | D Draperies 136 to 50 in. widtl ! large: as^'t. yd. , ,T" | t ID,Rag Rugs' i Size .24x48". Ass't colors. Val. to $2.29 D Robe Blankets 72x84" size. Beacon quality D Boys Mackinaws Plaids with flannel lining. Size 6 to 16 D Childs Dresses Made of fine quality print, Ige. group' / •• '' DBuddyalls Corduroy, size 2 to C4 QD k Priced up front "| - D Infants Caps , Large group, ass't Al colors. Priced from I • ; v^; : - i;-'•••"•"•!' D Childs Hose Long length, tan color, size 6 to 9M; D Childs 3-4 Hose Elastic or cuff tops. Size 6 to 9 D Gloves & Mittens .Childs sizes. Buy vj novy for \vintcr. P Boys Sweaters Ass't'sizes and < ! 'CM colors, Priced from Hampers Bench or upright styles, Strip design, Just $040 received. Values »t Ur^ O HuM Pottery ol all shapes and sizes. Up from 'El ^Boys -Pajamas Outing flannel for warmth, size 8-16 D Infants Sweaters Brand, new. Ass't colors. Priced from D Card Tables For your winter time card fames. •

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