The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 19, 1946
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i NOV. Thursday , Friday ttttd SatuVtJtfy, Nov. 2i«g2.ft Meef \\ M086 A I . JAMES CRAIG LOCALS Mr*. 8ra8d ed at the Fil-eStohe Store, and Mh arid Mrs. JdHH Lerttscrh taken • rbbttts With her. Mr. Le'rttsch is n bm-13ei v . far. And Mrs. ken Cowan, Mr. aha Mrs, James Murtagh, Pick Post, fed IChrischilles, arid Harry HUH of Humboldt went to Minneapolis Friday afternoon to attend the Minnesota-Iowa football game Satlii-day. Friends dt MM, Gordon Whis- ehhunt, N thi3 former Marguerite Dalziel, Will be ihlorested in learning she olid her husband are nbW lodated at ' Visalia, Satif., where Mr. VVhisonhunt has ehtcred the jewelry bupi- hesSi tt voeatibri he Had followed tJt'ibr to His induction into the service, thb. Whisohhunls have bUi'tihase a home at Visalia. }#*. arid Mrs. G. A. Norwood of T'ac6!rii3i Wash., arrived Tuesday rrtofrliHg for a visit here with f'elaiives t tho Ray Bartons ahd G. C. Btlrt'on of GoWrie. The latter t\Vo itieh are brothers of Mi's. NorW'dod. Mr. Norwood is a sdh of Ed Norwood, who at ofte tlrtte was the captain of the "Lady. Norwood," the only Steamboat that has ever floated 'b.h the waters of the Des Moines river abdVfe the Algona mill darti. : The elder Norwood moved we^st rilany years ago and is now dead, Mrs-. .Relish Harberts left Thursday :for Pittsbtirg, Pa., to jbiri Miv Harbertfe, Who has been 1H a. hbspi.tal bliere the past few rtibttths ifbllbwihg an accident in WhidH he. .Was hit by a car While yae'ati'pHirig in the east. He is hb^ able to torhc hbine and the Haibei-ts Will retiirh at once, glicst Mr. aftd 'Ml*. RuBftBil had hs an overnight Wedhesday Aritbrt Lund, a flntci-nlty brother of Mr. Glister. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood'Grif- fin of Britt wora tlinrmr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ouster Thuis- day evening. Mrs. Alice . 6'ilourlce visited Mivhtid Mi-s. A. S. Widdowlield Ut Chicago last Week, returning alinday., Bui-ing .her slay there, Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas O't-tairo ahd daughlt'r Ann rcmaiHed \Vllll It. E. Rist, father of Mrs. O'ttMtlrko attd Mrs. O'Haire. IVth SHd Mrs. Harry yhiilips reUlrnetl i-t.-eertlly fi-ohi a visit at Little Rock, Ark., with Mrs. •PHilllbs' •brothor, E;lr1 Haase, and at Mountain View, Ark., with Mr. Phillips' brother • Forest. ' T; G. Haynos Jn find his fttend K'en Atkinson rir Whlttier. Cnlif., are hen; on nn extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hood ;intl with Mi'.s. T. C. lltiynes Sr. at Wesley. Mr. Hnyhcs is a brot'icr of Mrs. Hood and a son of Mrs. Hnynos. The young men had enrolled ut the "college at Whiltldr but found it iitijiossi- ble to ;;et rooms and returned here till they dbcido on furthel 1 pl -> ns. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Faulstick Jeft Thursday for Alameda, Calif., where they will visit their Fon-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jaiiies Baker a month. The Bakers recently became parents of a son whom thyy have named James Michael. Mrs. I3aker is the forlher Alice Faulstick. Mr. arid Mrs. G. W. liackhey have as guests Ml-, and Mrs. : C.-u-l Jacobson of Deer Park, Wash., who arrived Wednesday and will remain several days. Mrs. Jnc- obson is a sister of Mr. Hackney. READ THE V/ANT ADS : OES MOtNES, ALOONA tOWA, WAS HOMECOMING QUEEN LAST WEEK JPAGE THftflH t Added—News—"Peep in the fii vg-- • -••• • . H 'Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 19-20 SPECIAL SCHOOL MATINEE TUESDAY 4 P. M. MUsic Appreciation Week in Algona Aliove is a picture of Joan Wol- tfott, daughter of Mr. an.-.i Mrs. Edwin WoIcMI, wlio \vns crowhe;! aueen a I. the homecoming football game, Nov. 11th. Miss Woicoll, who was crowned by Jerry Skilling, captain of the team, was presented an armful of red roses. She is an active rilc-rrtber in Eihool affairs, being secretary- Ire'asurel- <i the Girls Athletic As- sbcinlion. vice president c'f her junior class, 'member ' of the Marching bahd. (he woodwind trio and secretary bf the Syncopation club. Mrs. Waller Klamp had as a guest last week Mrs. T. J. Lieu- wcn, Humboldt. Mrs. Herman Funk had minot syrgery recently at the General hospital and" 'is getting along nicely. Mrs. Ernest Kearney and her mgther Mrs. Mino Behrends and brother Gene of Emttietsburg spent Saturday at Mason City. Mrs. George Harris, with her mother, Mrs. John Bchulz and sisters Mrs. Ray Harig and Mrs. George Vitzthum of Irvi^^ton. soent last Tuesday at Mason Gity with Mrs. Robert Sanborn, another sister. Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Sanborn, wihile not twins, have the same birthday and the meeting of the women was in celebration of the two birthdays. Mr. aHd Mrs. MSfllH Hafts&rt are parents bT a Sbri, Bel-hard Francis, born Mori'day at the General hospital. ' Mri. tt. L. rldiShk and her SoH Joseph speht sevefat days at Minneapolis last week with her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. K. H. McLaren. Lasl w&ekerid guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Ladendorff were Ml\ and Mrs. Jarnes P. Devlin of KnojtVillei Mr. Devlin is a brother of Mrs. Ladiendorff. On and MrSi Karl Hoffman and daughter Joan, with belores Devlin Went to MinHGapolis Friday to attend the football game between'Minnesota and Iowa. Mr, and Mrs> Herb Hediundi Mr. and Mrs. Walter Friesner, Mr. and Mrs-. Clinton Lighter, Mr. and Mrs. William Rihggen- berg., Bud Anderson and Lo Roy Lee attended the Drake-Ames football game last Saturday. Mrs. Henry Helrrters is spending most of her time at EmnVets- burj,' with her motiher Mrs. Chas. Dietrich, who is critically ill. Mrs. Helmers spent a couple of days here arrangim; sntne household affairs bill returned to Em- motsburg Friday. Mrs* Alice Durvea and her rlnun'ifer MI-SI Sarah Nelsoh of Fort Dodge went to Fort Leavenworth,' Kans., Thursday to attend the marriage of Mrs. Dur- vpa's pranddau;:hter. Betty Dyb, .Miss Dye is a daughter of Major and Mrs. Elmer Dve. The ceremony took, place Saturday at the Fort Leavenwortli chapel. MISCELLANEOUS A Few Completely • FuHnshet'. Units Cowan Housing Project Available Nov. 15 For Veterans. Call at Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. 45 Duryea will remain .for a rather extended visit with the Dyes. D¥> P. V; Jahse nnd br, A. J> Easort went tb Minneapolis Friday afternoon, to attend the Mifl- liespta-Iowa football game 1 Saturday, pthers who went Saturday nibrhing were Mr. and Mrs. Fred deigel, Mr. and Mrs. Gob. flftd rs. Mr.' ar\F iffrir wltyne i ftHd Mrs. Gfcbrge BOS* L,, Bhd Mrs. itbhh Hag*„„. „, ..:r. and Mrs. Boh Htttchi- son, Mr. and Mrs. H. B, White, Mr. arid Mrs. rfarold downn. ttSAB tttfi WAMf AbS MOLD EyERYTHINd! The Algona fire department's annual pre-Thanksgiving party, has beeii set for Tuesday, Nov. 26. Reserve that evening for a lot of fun and maybe more. TO be held in the former White Grocery bldg. on East State St. 41w45-46 Swift's Ice Cream Pts. 2Sc Maitfeii Milks 25c Take some home. BAltRY'S fcKCRteATlON 40tf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains irt farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil .1. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. tl No Inflation At Pre-Holiday CLEARANCE Women's and Chiltlren's 40-CO ATS- Warm all-wool winter coats in fitted. boxy nnil V\ lenetli styles In fieece-j Melton type cloths and tweeds. Juniors, triisses ahfl women's sizes. A variPtv of seven different colors. $24.50 to $39-50 values going fasl at Sitriday, Monday and TuesdayiNoV. 24-2S-26 SHtTttDSHtt UPS TO/OTHER '.'vp Added »'Be\»rs VS. VVashihgtbh ,. . at the Price of Your Life > :' iledskins" ;"#*•:.:. .•3Wickey Mouse , Wednesday, NoYember 27 afihee 2 p. m.j Night 7:3Qc iprices 20c-50c On Our Stage — Stage Attraction JERRY & 2EL0A Ct>. bF WHO On Our Screen *r Leon Errol in /'GENTLEMAN JOE, PALOOKA J> ; , .Aided, "Cadet Cagers", fljflysto Fox *V Thanksgiving—'3 Days—|foven>Ijei: 28-29,30 Children from "The Green Years!" 'A FOOT.FLATTERiftG SLING in "Vari- MOB »w ely"! ' Choose frdiii gleaming black pal- ent or rich hrown reptile grqin, Graceful grqagrain plalforni lines with open toe. GARNER * COTT .• BARl t U- > We. had 75 of these—thfey are selling fastTWobl fabrics, wool jerseys^ sbme crepes in a nicft group of seas&hablfe colors and materials. AH sizes, they sold from $14.05 to $19-95—how only Suits t'or a wtii-ld of wear^-any- timc — artyplace or season. Wool suits ih checks, or plaiii fabrics, "ftlejr now reduced to Really lovely ali-wodi skirts in waist measure 24 tb 30. Plaids, checks or plains. You ifcay feeifeet iheih at just DRESSES Outstanding smart dresses .at this low clear 1 - ance price. Many sold as high as $12^95. 50 garments ih an exceptionally nice selection for only ,..•'. "ft, $ 6 All-Vvooi button and slip- • over style sweaters for iniss 1 fes and w^thfeh. Buy them for yonrself ahd for gifts foi? only The rhaieria! In these garments wdHK far nidi-iB than ybU pay for them in this clearance!- Take your choice at only Price i!ChilcJren's Wear i aH^ttib • Jacket*--Coats —Coat Sets Sno^PanU A really nice assoHmeht Of heeded children's items included in this Side ill big reductions. now for Sold wejitheri 4. * j= }/^ V*'\ t j ^ i the«e Should fee In By Tb Time Von BUM HOSIERY I PAW 45.QUAQE N\'LON HOSIERY

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