The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
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than ANCE Legion BANCROFT 1,1 KEtlNS Tuesday, Dpjcemtict 17 VIKING ACCOftDIQN BAND A LL THEATRE Friday, December 13 ; Midnite Show IYOUILTAKE I NO CHANCE ... AND PULL. Y^UR TICKET AWVf/ME IhJ ,. OUR LO&gy plvery 13th Tipket Free , for 8c Federal fax Must Be before, hi AtOOKA tIPPRR DES MOWES. ALOONA IOWA EARLY iVINGTON RESIDENT PASSES • « f T *»»e,i.u.i. Word has becfft re- 1 ceiY.odjh.ehe of the d^.ath o[ Mrs. i>eon 8«sh vvtych occurred at 'her J home in Kent* Wash., tm'ffov; 21 "after a short illness. 'The Bush fairly had, wved' t.6 Jteht fflvie ye.ans ago frotn Siren, Vyis. Mrs. ~" R'h wns bm-hi. Nellie Jane Mtillica Blnomifigton.; III., ifan. 7, JH74, he daughter tit Mr. and Mrs. P. R, M.UilJtea> when ; a smali girl'she- itir vfid with ^Sf jjar^nls to' Algona where she Miended. Iho local richool and fllso jJhe'old normal tttiool in'1 Adi >sh6 was married !o Leon Bush and 'lived for many ',-ears oa the old Jjusch Homestead •west or-Irvingtort. Funeral and •'jurial services were conducted at Survivors include her hus- '.•>a;!J<3 I/eon jJ.U'Sft iwO daughters Mrs. filjle Stfeelcl- and Mrs. Dorothea Aclalr, and two sons Charles nnd Leonard. .an,d ten prandclrl- Hrcn, all .pf .pent. A to-other W. F, Mwllica "and # sjster Mrs. George preceded her in death. Mrs. Marie Frankl is visiting friends .and relatives in Waterloo. , The Irvington electric Mghline has added an extension of a mile of «e\v line .east from the Clarence Selmers farm one-half mile then a waif mile south to 'the Lewis farm. The Loren Lar- sens on the former Ben Terhuno plate have also "hooked on". Seneca Mixers To Hold .Seneca; The Seneca Modern Mixers cliib. met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jens Peterson. Mrs. Art Paulson had charge of the entertainment. Roll call was answered by 12 meftibers who named what they wanted for Christmas. Plans were made for the club family Christmas dinner which wijl "be held at the home of Em*na and Clarence Peterson on Friday, pec. 20. Cruests were Mrs. Henry Gunderman of Bysart and the Seneca school faculty and Mrs. Ennen and son. ^•oye to n Farm— . Mr. and Mrs. Merril Weaver and ' Aid Ha« Merril'-s mother Mrs. Matilda LuVerne Lutheran Wqavep haVp moved to the Weaver farm north of Irvington. The 'vsar'jii&nl vacated by the Weavers rbove the'Frankl store is'beih? oc- ?uo:ed by Mr. and Mrs. Howard 'V-ilie of Ltvyerjaje. Mr. and Mrs. Don PiamltS who lived on the Weaver farm have moved into the Douglas Riley house, while f b,e B. O. Davis family are rtow living'in '-•he elevator house. Rca/rt Improvement— The road and hjlj a ,mile nortii of the school in district No. 4 ha$ been widened and graded. Building New Home — • Mr. .and Mrs. Chris Gales have purchased the lot formerly owned ^' the Headleys tout later l?y the Merle Mpxleys and .are building a new homp 'there. At present the •Gales are living in the Ed\v.' DitS- worth house. However after- March 1st the Ditoyorths plan to' retire from farminft and move to, their town house. The house formerly oh the Headley lot which wqs purchased by the Moxleys has been moved to <th.e Frankl farm east of Algona .and is now b.eing occupied by the Moxleys. LuVerne: The Lutheran Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Edward Lenz as }he hostess. Election of officers was held during the business meeting and the'following officers were elect-, ed for the coming year: ] President, Mrs. Lawrence Oberhelrn; vice-president, Mrs. Elmer Gro^back; secretary, Mrs. Baymond Meyer; treasurer, Mrs. William Moeding. Following the business meeting the afternoon was speni packing Christmas boxes to be sent to patients in Cherokee. Lunch was served by Mrs. Lenz at the close of the ^afternoon. The I^awrehce Menkes of Bancroft were Sunday guests of Mr. anc? Mrs. Elmer Dole. ##** VilH«a. j Burglaj-s in Ottumwa food Passengers in a bus near Vill- market did not take the time to isca had their' journey halted;' blow °P en tne safe. They re* ftiomentarliy recently, when a rnoved safe and all and blew it big buck deer cross/Jri the road i °P eft at ' their convenience in Me- JUnafraid, the deer made such a mdrial park, li contained $3,MO. leisurely crossing that the bus! —• — •• Had to stop. , WANT ADS BRINGS RESVLT* Installs VFW Post H. S. Montgomery of Aigona went to Akron, Iowa, today, where he was to preside at installation of a new V. F. W. post. 'Akron is his old home and he once carried mail there. Union:: Mrs.. Mame Hofius still remains in , critical condition following a stroke. Her daughter-in-laws Mrs. Frank and Gene Hofius, have been assisting her daughter (Mrs. Lloyd Elston) at Burt in caring for her. has made her home Christmas Time if Gift Time Marshall & Swift FURS Exclusively At The are "the Perfect Christmas GIFT SPECIAL SALE at Elite Shop THURS., DEC. 12 Mr, Spencer of Marshall and Swift Furriers will be here all day Thursday with a complete showing of beautiful fiirs. "Our Christmas Collection of FURS is Beautiful. MEN! Buy her "Important" Gift NOW! ELITE si^e^yy^fjjyiiam A gift for the whole family—and one they will all enjoy—is a living room suite. We have just the suite you ane looking for. Deep comfortable and Joupgy, New style .. arms and good upholstering. N $16960 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Our stock of chairs is at its best for your Christmas selection. Beautiful tapestries. Well designed chairs. A gift that will last lor years. ' , ONLY 12 SHOPPING DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS COFFEE TABLES , Von «a«'|f lye <«<» .niany tables, We 4j»y« all fctn^s^coffec tables, *nd tables. |a«w> tables. J 24 M m: liSiiR GIVE A WEARABLE GIFT GLITTER SCARFS 1'la.ut colors r.c5il,v cmhrnidei-nfl widi mult'-co'orej sequins. In square or ooiiRS—"liner fahriw or orcnc. 100% WOOL COVERT COAT — IT'S NEW! A Jicauliful fabric, a lovely style. In choice of blue, Bi-een, beige, and black will?. Jamb'- woo] interlining'. (Same coat—the "Climate Tamer"—with z'p ou'., lining price j at $39.50). \ IT'S iMOUTON! And. what a gift, A deep-piled lustrous fur coat • beauty smartly styled for ^warmth and, beauty. Three quarter 'or lull length. > BASIC HANDBAGS that go with everything The Famous Rambler Handbag of select top grain leather that grows richer and more mellow with use. Roomy compartments, zipper and metal frame change purse. In choice of black or brown. PRINTED SCARP SQUARES Beautiful blended lovely fabric

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