The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1946 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 3, 1946
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if ^UESDAtf, DEC. 3, 1946 iL w/C. (m Ju,_. A WCC m. KtJk. I M*. and Mrs. Charley Johnson ffi'pdnt a few days at Des Moines Jlast week on business for their the Misses Lorraine and Viola H ifiock Were -Thursday dinner tguests of Mr. ahd Mrs. C. Alig at f,j 'Whittemore. IV :• Mt t and Mrs. C. H. Beeke* ahd 'Children of Armstrong were •• ^Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. iE. E. Anderson. - Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Beard of iWaverly were Thanksgiving day iguesfs of the former's • mother 'Mrs. Emma Beard. L M. G. Miner leit Sunday for Los f Angeles, Calif,, where he will Ispend a month with his daugh- ;ter Mrs. Roba Walker. f Thursday dinner guests of Mr. : land Mrs. Walter Zentner- were iMr. and Mrs. William Funk and ffamily and Mrs. Bertha Dalley. I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bueghly Iwere Thanksgiving day guests of IMrs, Bueghley's parents, Mr. and iMrs. R. J. Schoelerman at Ever- : , Mr. and Mrs. John Fasbender iand Mrs. Minnie Blinkman spent .{Saturday at Mason City, where |Mr. Fassbender transacted busi- mess. I The Rev. and Mrs. Leo Best [hnd family were Thanksgiving r \ •, day dinner guests of the Rev. <and Mrs. E. O. Davis at Mason Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugent of 'Des Moines spent Thanksgiving .-•with Mrs. Nugent's mother ami "' ,' sister, Mrs. • Frank Dingley and ! Helen. ; Mrs. Luella Baker ~was a Thanksgiving day dinner guest • of her sister and brother-in-law, •y,Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart at V Kanawha. - Frank Zender went to Sioux '.City Wednesday .and' visited his{daughter and family, Mr. and .Mrs. Paul Hammill and children ' a few days. Mrs. Walter Bradley and chil- , dren Mary Ann, Therese, and lAnthony spent Saturday at Bode 'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thilges. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley went : to Humboldt Thanksgiving to ; spend the day with Mrs. Brad; ley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- : ,11am Vanderhaar. .': Mr. and Mrs. John Ubben ; spent Thanksgiving at Albert I' j Lea, Minn., with- Mrs. Ubben's 'brother and his wife, Mr. and - Mrs. Lawrence Nelson. , Loren Minkler of Waverly H spent Thanksgiving with his mother Mrs. Ida Minkler and his '•• sister and brother-in-law Mr. • and Mrs. Harold Hutchins. Murrie Denman spent Thanks- .giving day with Barbara Hag- frvgard at the M. P. Haggard home. iMiss Denman and Miss Haggard •;are teaching at Eagle Grove^ > Mr. and Mrs. W. A.,Bueghly, ri _Irti'' Yernon ' Jensen and". Mrs; "Ofville Wicks recently 'spent a Aday • at -Des Moines where Mr, iBueghly transacted business. •V H. C. Anderson and his son •Jerry and A. O. Sonerholm, fath- i^"rrin-law .of Mr. Anderson of IBritf went to Iowa Falls Friday, •where he transacted business. -Dr. and Mis. A. W. Amunson f-* and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amunson went to Ellsworth to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. ,A, Reynolds, parents of Mrs. A. W. Amunson.: Mr. and Mrs. H. T. .Bunkofske ' and s'ons'i 'Jimmy and Kenneth were dinner»guests Thursday of Mn and,'.;Mr.Si, Hari-y.c Quinn ' at Britt. Mrs. Quirin is a sister of Mrs. Buhkofske, Lftuise and Calvin Wadleigh of Cedar Rapids and Ames respectively-,*'spent Thanksgiving,, with their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh. Both retui-ned to their locations Sunday. Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson, spent from Wednesday till Monday with her parents. She is a student at the State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. Thelma Johnson is spending a week with friends in . Chicago and Dubuque. She also attended the Notre Dame game at South Bend, Ind., and will return home next week. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Livingston had as guests Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sanders of Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Livingston of Milford, and Mr. and Mrs. C. 'L. Livingston. County Agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown and sons Douglas, Kenneth and Gordon, went to Salix, Saturday and spent the weekend with Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Gay. Earl Bowman Jr. was taken to Iowa City Wednesday for a routine check-up. He has osteomy- litis and examinations are necessary from time to time. He has been getting along very well. Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart Jr. went to Des Moines last Saturday to bring home their little son Jimmie, who had been in a hospital there following polio, from which he is recovering nicely. Mrs. Tobitha Wilson went to Hanipton Wednesday and remained over Thanksgivnig with her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Lumley. ... Mrs. Lumley is the former Verna Green. Frances Bunting returned to Cedar Falls Monday following a holiday vacation since Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bunting. Frances is a student at the States Teachers college. " r .kind of Furnice you . lii«V Co«l, Oil or ......!>«, , Green Colonial cnjinctrtd ; "';'' '''VUS will 3 ive you »lie;"Bi3 complete dettlnj Mtiifietlon ... ECONOMV..: COMFORT .nd CONVENIENCE: Before you * buy «ny fumtcc call or, tee ut. ! .'..• ' ' • '" ' ".- -, Laing&Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREEncoionifli FURRflCE SERVICE Farm Income Tax Service .'•' The lawyers of Ko'ssuth County have prepared, revised .• and Improved forms for convenience of farmers in setting up thefr'1046 income and expense. These will shortly be'mailed . out as they were last year. Farmers who do not receive these • forms by Pec. 15. 1946 may have them on request to their Proper income tax reporting and legitimate avoidance of excessive tax burdens present legaj, problems. Your lawyer is best qualified by training and experience to solve these for you. He is a permanent local resident and is always readily available if the. return is later questioned, Consult him In advance of any transaction that may result in a serious tax burden. To Insure prompt attention and to avoid any penalty your tax data should be In the hands of your lawyer as soon after January 1 as possible as your declaration must be on 'file in the DesUVloincs office not later than January 15,1947. Kossuth County Bar Association \|VHY IWQST M9THiflS Wh«n Children Mr. and M*g. Ray. tadsftdbrf f and their niece D>I6res Devlan Went to Cedar Rapids .Wedftes- day, remaining till Sunday-With Mr. 'and Mrs. William Lightnety sister and brother-ift*]aW' of Mrs. Ladendorff. ':' . ; '.•' ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradlisy went to Des Moines Tuesday and will be there through Thursday. Mr. Bradley wiU attend the convention of retail dealers' of farm equipment which is being held December 3, 4 and 5. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bates spent Thursday with Mr.' and Mrs. Earl Bates of Union township. Other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Broesder and sOn. Earl and Mrs. Broesder are the children of Mr. Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Marry Potter, With their daughter and son-in- law, Mr, and Mi's. Leonard Baas of West Bend, went to Cherokee to spend Thanksgiving with TMv. and Mrs. Francis Lonergan. Mrs. Lonergan is also a daughter of the Potters. , Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fraser, has returned from Germany and will receive his discharge in a 1 short time. He has been in'the army 18 months. Inthe fall he plans to enter college but has made no plans'further than that for the present.' Gordon and Don, sons of Attorney and Mrs. L. A. Winkel, arrived Wednesday from Ames and Dubuque respectively,where they : are students at^ the Iowa State and Loras colleges. Gordon returned to Ames' Sunday and Don returned to Dubuque Monday. •'.'.''.'.' ; tJPPEIl »ES MOJNES, ALGONA, IOWA*Burt Couple Wed 25 Yrs. iBUrt: Mi-. |a«d Mrt. W. R. Chafec were surprised last Monday evening to have about 25 neighbors coifle to their home to help them celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. A moth wedding: was the feature of the evnlns- Mrs. Edmund Larson acted as bride 1 , Mrs. Ronald Ortman, bridegroom! Mrs. Raymond Westllng, bridesmaid; Mrs. Sylvester Arridorfer, best man; Shirley Arndorfer, ring bearer; and Beverly Larson, train bearer; Mrs. Clifford Holding was the preacher; ahd Mrs. G. P. liawcott sang. The Chafees were presented with a flifrsc of silver. JPAGE Mrs. Orrie Rusch and children Phyllis, and Sandra of Lake Crystal, Minn., spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Brothers. They also visited Mrs, Ruseh's sister and her family, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Carney. .The visitors returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Besienleh- ner, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bestenleh- rier, Mr. and Mrs. William Bes- tenlehner, Marita Bestenlehner, William Gilbride and Mr. and •Mrs. .Louis Duffy and children of Whittemore were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee at Burt Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Mark Sianion and little son of Fort Dodge arrived Wednesday to visit the for- me; V, mother Mrs. Josephine Stanton. Thanksgiving day the visitors and Mrs . Josephine Stanton were dinner guests of .the tetter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy. The Stantons remained till Sunday. Mrs Eva.'Akre has been .visiting her son Charles and, cfamily at Arlington, Va., and "a "recent letter to relatives here stated she had reached Chicago, where she is visiting a sister. She will .come here at the conclusion of her visit there. Mrs. Akre went to California a few years ago and has been living in North Hollywood. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Larson have received announcements of the birth of a son, Gordon L. Jr., born Nov. 15 at Prescott, Wis. Mr. Larson was .a former office employe ut the Pioneer plant, later going into service, where he was rated a captain in the censorship department and located for some time in England. Mrs. Amos Angle returned Saturday from Mason City, Where she had visited her sister Mrs. Alice Mayfield a few days. Sunday guests of Mrs. Angle were Joe Higgins and Veronica Preister of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hammerstrpm of Burt. Other guests early in the week were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Angle of Swea City. J. D. Burns went to Estherville Tuesday"' ; fo see his mother Mrs. J, B. Burns, who is a patient at the Holy Family hospital following a fall Monday in tyhieh she suffered a broken hip.,-Last February she fell and broke her hip but had been able to be on crutches for some time. The second fall caused a break a trifle lower than the former injury. Mrs. May Hartis left last week for Long Beach, Calif., where she will visit her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and .Mrs. C. A. Jenks. A part of her time will be spent with another daughter and her husband Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Giddings at Strathmore, Calif. Mrs. Jenks is the former Mary Harris and Mrs. Giddings is the former Marie Harris. Mrs. Harris wil be gone three months. She had as a travel companion Mrs. Lawrence Hutching Who will spend the winter with her mother at San Bernardino. Sunday guests last week at the Otto Westlings were Mr. and Mrs, Earl Thompson and Mrs. William Thompson of Lu Verne, Mrs. J. M. Anderson and daughter Marlene of Burt, and their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kayrnond Westling, also -of Burt. On Thanksgiving day the Raymond Westlings entertained at dinner, the guests being Mr. and Mrs. Otto. WesStiing, Mr. and Mrs, J. N. Anderson and Marlene of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kickbusch, of Burt. Mrt. J. C. Miller of Augusta, Wis., visited Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Davidson a few days last week. Mrs. Miller is a sister of. Mr. Davidson. Other guests of. the Davidsons -who remained over Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. A E. Smith of Saskatchewan Landing, Sask., Can. The Smiths went from here to Montezuma and Oskaloosa, the former hotne of Mrs. Smith, and front there will go to various points in Florida and Arizona, thence .to Hollywood for a couple of months, and back home via a northern route. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Davidson were schoolmates at Oskaloosa and had not seen each other in over 30 years. HEAD THE WANT ADS Towtisenil Flash By Mrs. A. Mi Andersott Sacramento, Calif. — The ability Insurance Act was passea by the California state legislature. It will become effective on Dec. 1, 1946. It is the first time In hist* ory that the Townsend Plan principle of payments to the disabled has been written into law. The bill makes it -possible for an employe to draw unemployment insurance^ when he is unemployed due to ill* ness as well as when he is unemployed for other reasons. Atlanta, Ga.—In a speech before a special human relations conference called by Gov. Ellis Arnall, Senator Claude Pepper said, "We must give a living income to our aged, beginning at the age of 60 upon retirement." Frazier Reams of Ohio has saio, "The word Townsend, spelled with a small 't' will be in the dictionaries and encyclopedias of the future as synonymous with old age pension crusade." The Townsend Plan is an institution.—Adv. SI I HEADQUARTERS FOR Christmas Gift Slippers Select your Christmas slipper gifts now . . . from the LARGEST selection we have had in years! All the newest, latest styles—from cunning bunny slippers for kiddies to delightfully Smart fancy ladies' slippers. Visit Kresensky's Christhias sjipper,,shop now— while out selections are alt their peak! '; *| ; ; < WOMEN'S RAYON SATIN SLIP- ''PERS with traces of" yellow and ' red in flower deslpiv ,'^Cushioned •platform sole. In fed and black. ; 'i^;'* : ':v/!ifr -;-^ ''-. '-•;.. •'•ik^ii %';>.-•?••% ••',•-•: »i -': ' -,-y-rJj iVilfr"- . . T..^ ^'«' ^k*i*>' '. i' '•<«* . , - "t • -.„ 1 FOOT''r! SNUGGLING iTELT j? SLIPPERS so ^comfortable to slip into leisure hours. Or- .fep^meiU'qh/yamp; with /WOMEN'S EL E C t R I F I.E D SHEARI.ING SLtPP.ERS furry, : . :sbft, warm as tqftst., Cushloiicd for •"foot comfort. Nice wearing leather ' .'soles. In 'Wine, 'red or -white. - • • F.OOT - PAMPERING SLIPPERS for ehllly.'mornlnBS around the .; house.' Center seam; turndown collar. In black and silver bro^vn leather sole WOMEN'S LUSTROUS RAYON SATIN SLIPPERS in black, loyely fop. house coats and negligees. Woven rayon, with'low comfortable heel, FOR W I N T E NIGHTS at home. • Leather uppers and- soft*. 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First quality through and through. Ideal for gifts. One Pair of Each A Regular $5.50 Value for $450 Set No limit—select what you want! We also have silk-rayon and cotton stockings in a nice selection. Lace-Trimmed arid Tailored Slips A Grand Selection At $298 AND $3,95 What woman l§ there s who doesn't thrill to the f gilt oi a |in«s sJin! At | KTesensky's wiWf y^u | find them In tajlfif*':! ?-*« | ( :|||||,33! zm I Ut is if '•.--?ft» fill

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