The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1946 · Page 3
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, NOV. 12,1946 UPPER DBS MOINfiS, ALGONA, IOWA. .PAGE lima Mariow, L. R. IS i / Girl, Homed at Shower [Lone Hock: 'A miscellaneous power was held Tuesday aftev- K>dn, Nov. 5, at 1:30 o'clock flt the ibtte Rock church parlors in honor B Wilnva 'Marlow. Games were fayed and the gifts were opened r Wilma. Lunch of npple pie and crenm and coffee was serve;! |?> around 75 guests, cittostesses were Mesdmnes Ray jriKVi, Ralph Thompson, Harry Hobsbn, Ernest Jensen. Lcin Marlow, Hugh Marlow, Lylc Mrfrlow, Wm. Marlow, Eldon Marlow, Merwin Marlow,' Gco. Kissncr, Richard Bristow. Paul Olson, Ralph Smith, Donald Arns, Arthur Priebe, A. A. Krucger, Roger ,Tem:on, Alfred Schullz, Erich Scoc-ehnrth, Joyce and Doris Marlow. The room was decorated with fall decorations. [NUTES.ARNE ITESATBOBE I.Bdde: Funeral services for Knutc Arne were held in the Bode Hcran church Monday after- Sn, Nov. 4, at 2 o'clock conducl- Iby the pastor Rev. V, T. Jor|l. Mr. Arne had been in poor illh for some lime and was Ifined to his bod a short time are he passed away Friday, «;-l. life is survived by his wife, 3 (Inters Mrs. I. Sandal, Mrs. |9tance Hockert, Mrs. Lloyd |hd .and one son Sevcrin liv- the home farm. Mr. Arns ; : years of age. Buriol was in 3e cornC'tery. Play At etNov. 15 i 1 ' The .iunior class play e'i'iiven Friday evening, Nov. - 8|6'clock in the high school ltorium. ',Date Bail" is n-W- ous and intriguing three act edy, centering around the ao- ties of ,a typical American lly. The plajf is directed by ph \Vashbaugh and the cast of ranters are as follows: ybnne Bakken, Stanley Old Rood, Alpha Under- |'iSIaLwine DeWitt, Marlyn Stanley Arne, Roberta Nella Satern, Duane . . Virgil Christianson. iiri'i^Christianson and Bernaid lnand. l>ivewire Election |f|LuVerne-Live Wires 4-H -Jtj^eld its election of officers Mfgcent meeting at the home tigfis Felt. officers elected were f*Fett, president; Doris Ap- 'ue, vice president; Phyllis fe secretary-treasurer; Fleda ireporter-historian. V™ Dozen New Motor Cat's Are Licensed An even dozen automobiles nf new vintage hit the highways in the past week, with licenses for new cars and trucks issued ;>fi follows for Kossulh: Ponliac — George Aldrie'i, Wesley. Fords — Clifford Andc-rson, Sweu City; Morris Borknos-;, Armstrong; Kent Motor, Algonu (truck); Wallace McArlhw, Irvington; Dr. R. M. Wallace, Algona. Buick — A. H. Borchnrdt, Algona. International truck—Morvin Chi-istensen, Lone Rock. • Diamond T—A. A. Fisher, Algeria. Frazer—Dr. R. J. Forbe", Bwea City. Plymoulh — Thees Schnakcn- bei'g, LuVerne. G. M. C. — I'.lmcr Thompson, Wesley. in Carl Spongborg spent Ihe weekend in Algona with their parents Harry and Mr. and Mrs. C!co. Kpongborg. The boys are located in Minneapolis where onoiniii ordrdddd dd Irsdo elodl John is taking an electrical government course- and Carl is an illustrator of considerable standing. NO-TICK OF PKonATK OF WIM,. STATK OF TOVVA K'l'ffliith County, s.s. IN DISTRICT COURT No. :>51>fl. November Terms, 104(5. I'd ALI, WHOM IT MAY CON- VOn ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, Tiial nn instrument of writing piii-porim;: In be.' the last Will mid TcsUiiiK-nl of Frank N. Esser, Dc- ccai^'d, dated July 2, 1940, having bc.'pn this day filed, opened and read. Monday the 25th day of Nnv., HMO, is (ixc'l for hearing nroiif of .•-nine at the Court House in Algona. low), before the District Court of s:iid County, or the Clerk of K;:''.\ Court; and at 10 n'cl'ick A. M., of (lie day abo\"> mrntii.ni.d all parsons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they hiivo why said instrument .'hoi:!:! not be: probated and allow- I cd a- and for Ihe last Will and Te.'tanienl. of said deceased. i Haled at Ah'ona, Iowa, Nov. B, HMO. (HEAL) HELEN WHITE, Cleric of District Court. I,. A._ W1NKEL. Atty., Algona. Town. ' ''5 OF THANKS we take this method of inking our neighbors and lends for their kind expressions {Sympathy in our bereavement, extend our heartfelt thanks. Is. Frank Bankson and family. ' ' .-,".:."" '.. :", -45* Infant; ;Dies At Sirtn On Friday /Fenton: Friends were SO:T> to learn of the death at birth ot Susan Nadine, infant dauphttr of Mr. a^d Mrs., Wilfred Bicr- stedt. The infant was born at the •'Bsthervillc hospital Friday. Mrs. .Bieistedt wa.s in seri.ous condition for several days but js now slowly recovering. LOCALSg Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pcsiohiik and daughters Norina, Joyce, and Na'nnette and Vernon Schell, all of Boone, were visitors Sunday, Nov. 3, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Douglas, and stopped in at Mankato o$ the way up to see Martin Jensen at the Mid-West Service Co. head office. Gene Muriagh and Mel Fallc- enhainer are in Buffalo, N. Y,, this, week to attend a convention of the Federation of Mutual Fire Insurance Companies. Mr. Falkenhainer, accompanied by Mrs. Falkenhainer and Mr. Mur- iagh are taking the trip by plane. John Spongberg and his cous- N.-i. 5H3 NOTICE Of HEARING ON FINAJi REPORT IN TTIK DISTRICT 'COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOS- ST; UP' -COUNTY. IN THE jMATTER OF THE ESTATE of Hoy Tilllnshast, Deceased. To KUiel Tillinghast, surviving r.nou!-'e of Roy Tillinghast, deceased; To the- unknown heirs of Roy Tillinghast, deceased, and To all persons interested in saicl csl^ls of Roy Tillinghast, deceased: , , You and each of y?.u arc hereby not'^ed that fhero is now on file in liu- office of the Clerk of the OMri:i CViiirl of Iowa, in and for KnMu'.h County, the Final Report anrl Potitkin for discharge of Ethpl TiU'm;,'))asl: as the administratrix of the above entitled estate, said report showing that Ihcrc are no known heir:; of said decedent and lhat all of Ihe property vests in the surviving widow. You are further notified that by o'-dcr of the lion'. G. W. Stillman. one i;f the Judges of said Court the hi'arin." ,pn said matter has been fc.i for the 18th day of November, 1046, at ten o'clock A. M. of said Hay, at the Court House in Algona, Ko'ssutli County, Iowa, at which time and place you may' appear nnd show cause, if any you -have, v/hy said report should not be approved .and order entered as there- TILLINGHAST, mVnislratrix. Ad- 4 -' And add a distinct "personal" touch by having the name stamped in fine gold on your Christmas billfold gift. Choose your billfold in the price range that best suits you. Matching Key Cases for Some $|50 Watches 8* "'• ' * pyQW will ma«vel at QW display of fine H watches fojr men and wjqimen/ becawse [the stock js ( |iBPge and the variety pf ^ today on our lay-away Change Purses cy§t«rl Pencils Extraordinary Apparel "Bargains"-This Week at Kresensley's Kresensky's PRE-HOLi That Were Up to $10.95 PRIG Add a new jumper or skirt to your wardrobe—and get it for HALF PRICE! A nice selection in this group, mostly all-wools in plain colors, plaids and checks. Choose them from the % Price rack! Sizes for misses and women. Here is one of the season's biggest dress opportunities! Yes, dresses for kselectio" Crepes Jerseys ,\vools, spun rayons —lots of different colors and; all sizes in the group. Select early!' That Were Up to $19.95 Misses Navy The all-purpose jacliet—you can wear it like a coat. Heavy navy blue melton cloth in a quality that will give you many seasons service. Sizes 9 to 18. That Were Up to $34.50 Children's Coat Sets Warm, Heavy co^.€Meis't&at'--\ver^'priccA dK $10.95! You get them now in Kresensky's ^ Clearance for less than half that price. Sizes for tots 3, 4 and 5 years. Children's Snow Pants All-wool jodphur style snov/ pants in sizes for tots 4, 5 and 6 years. These were regularly $6.00 values—see your saving! Only a limited quantity so make your selection early! You'll find a suit an important part of your wardrobe all through the winter—and here's a chance to se- lect it at a handsome saving! Just 15 smart suits to go at this price- suits that were up to $34.50 — checks, plaids, plain materials—all outstanding values now at $20! 45 WARM COATS That Were Up To $39 FITTED COATS '¥">• si II " ' '-ifejiS ti ' •».-' «' IB' ».: ' •*' SHORTIE COATS Stunning Colors and Fabrics

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