The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1946 · Page 5
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': 4,, 194(L YMD YOUTHS pff CHRIST RAllY '•"'• Ledyard: On lost Monday evening the following attended a Youth for Christ Rally at Blue Eai'th. ,Mrs. Glenn Ya'hnke and fter mother Mrs. Jensen, Mrs. Ray Wentworth, Donaldj Del- •bert, Vivian and Melvin Wentworth, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Marjprle and Jean • Kofestler, Mrs; Hadrian Logeman, I; and Norma Estle, Mrs. Harold Herzog, Carolyn Ploeger, Beverly Bashara, Barbara Mayer, Rev. and Mrs. Edward Nuss, Anna Marie Mitchell, Bertha' Solberg, | and Lillian Kvatnsdale. Chaplain Halvorson was the speaker. 'SCHOOL STUDENTS IN COSTUME PARTY Licdyard: 'On Thursday evening a masquerade Halloween iparly was held at the school for the Junior high and high school Students. Many comical characters wero portrayed. Vivian Wcntworlh, Marion Tomes, Leo Busch won prizes for their costumes. Various Halloween stunts and games were played and lunch was Served in the lunch room at ta- ,bles decorated in pumpkins, black cats and witches. TAtt CORN 73UCS H. W. POST! 1HIAY AXD TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Long Distance Every load insured againsi loss and damage of all kind.'. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona. la. WHILE MASS VJA$ 8EIN6 OFFERED F AW AMPE HER STAGE DEBUT THERE. WE PROPUCTION OF 'Or, Ocfebo/t is 7H£ P«3PCORMCEWTERO£ Burl wero callers last Thursday on Mrs. Ada Whitchill. , Kuth Heercit spent last Thur- day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wnlle.r.Hcercll and attended the school program at District No. 7. Ruth is Doctor Wallace's office; girl in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner were visitors at their son Or- villcs home last Saturday evening near Lone Rock. The Orville Gardner'^ small daughter I _ALdONA UPJPEtl DES MOINES, ALGONA, IOWA CORN PICKING IN COUNTY STARTING Union: Corn-picking has been going on in a small way. Down rows have been made and fields opened up preparatory to getting the job done in a hurry when the weather man decides to yield favorable weather. There is too much moisture content to do much permanent cribbing. The severe wind last Tuesday evening played havoc with the cornfields and the harvesting of the corn won't be as easy as was hoped for as a largo amount was blown over and some flat on the ground. Some farmers are picking and selling their corn on certain market and the receiver then dries out the corn and makes the necessary deductions. Infant Baptized Mrs. Jack Bust;ior and infant son returned to their home here following a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Camp- ncy. The baby was hapli/ccd Dr nnu; John at St. Cecelia';; church in Algona Sunday. Mi-, and Mrs. Joe Busrhcr (grandparents) were sponsors. Sharon has been on the sick list the past week. Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Zigrang of Los Angeles Calif., were callers ;it the Lester Johnson home last week. Mrs. Zigrang was the former Mary Dowd of Hurt and was also a guest at the Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson home there. Mrs. Tasker Johnson and baby and her parents of Buffalo Center wero also callers at the Johnson home last week. Swca Girl Honored Swea City: Esther Charlotte Smith, voti^l music supervisor at Charles City schools, was in Des Moines last week representing all teachers of Floyd County fit delegate assembly at state teach« ers convention last weekend. Subscription—$2.50 per yeaf; "fa single copy. Adv. rate 42c Inch. ~X^;A««I^ X/7 litoMveu.fJZ /PAX.'! New Fixtures For Swea's Postoffice Have Arrived Swca CH.VJ Complete new scrccnl'iicil metal fixtures arc being installed at the Swca Ciiy nosloffice, including all new automatic boxes. • A 'postal inspector and :i government mechaii'c were expected to arrive Wednesday to supervise the work. Post- ir-aster Mrs. Ida A. Larson says this will be one of the best, if not the best equipped iiostofficc in this area. The question of having the lobby open until a laic hour has not yet been decided. ALGONA AUCTION SALE CO. A . ' •> . Cracker-Jack . Sale ... Was held at the sale barn last Friday. It was a wet "Jay. and a good* crowd was on hand. ' There was a misrhty good run of cattle, and plenty of local animals. Good run of feeder cattle. Be with us next Friday when we start at 1 o'clock* Next Sale Nov. 8 1:00 Pi M. Attend Our Sales If YPW Arc Looking for STOCKERSsnd ? FEEPERS BRING IN TfQUR LIVESTOCK AWO HECPIVJETHI? HIGH DOLLAR H. i f YUNGEBIRJG AHB80H " ' '' '' ' afttj Choose horn.. TWEEDS! FLEECES! WORSTED.... CHEVIOTS! ,., in Neiv 1946-47 Model Fall and Winter Overcoats ^^^^^^ ^P^ Ww |^ • ^| t SilSGLE OK DOUHLE 1JUEASTEUS « WSWEST 'SHADES AND JUlXTyRES Mrs. Wm. Spccht and children spent Sunday ; ( t the LauvunC'. 1 Gisch home. Roy Adams, who was injured la.st week, is still Kettinr; around with the use rtf a cane. Mr..and Mrs. Henry Manus of Annn fripniT GOOD CREDIT PAY PROMPTLY CREDIT BUREAU OF KOSSUTH COUNTY A SPARKLING COLLECTION OF NEW ... Sq. Percales • Cotton Prints Seersuckers • Ginghams Rayon and Cotton Prints —Coat-style Dresses —Shirtwaist Styles — Wrap-around Types — Tailored Effects — Frilly Details FLORALS—CHECKS—DOTS—STRIPES Gaily colored! Print and colorings as thrilling, as u summer garden in full bloom . . . to brighten your win. ter days. Sizei 12 to 20, 38 to 52. Nuvel Stylet for Y0wr Gift (living , ,, Almotf too. Pretty to Give Away! i, ,.» Cl<;ui«iuj( new colors in gluzccl prims, liflcnc und pervsle*. Border prinu, fruil priul*. (loi-«|s, lajlored ui»d frilfy tlyles, Slj-lcs us pi) fffifl.,' nisn) 1 more, (f you r^fi'i j^ur purling will) ihguj I FUNERAL HOME (SUCCESSOR TO MERRITT'S) (Mnbulane Day or Nighb—Telephone 11 ALGONA IOWA, -Plus STYLE --Plus SERVICE -Plus VALUE MOLESKIN SHELL ULSTER—Dark brown, sheep- lined, rich brown laskin lumb collar. Full belt. Sizes 100% WOOL FINGER TU V COAT — for dress-up and school . . . lined fully with riiyon. Colors Brown and TeoL Size* 8 to 16. BOY'S SNOW SUITS—Solid color buck and front with mackinaw plaid sleeves and collar. Solid colored, plaid lined Kasha punts. Sizes 3 to 8. 10 95 • Helmet to Match Snow Suit 69c 2-PC. LEGGING SETS—Part wool top ... farm fleece in colors Blue or Camel. Size* 3 to 6. Cap to Match 4 70 WOOL fuU zipper front * t , worm enough for all winter .W«JIT, .S Iff •:)$«

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