The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1950 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1950
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2-Algoiia Upper DM Tuesday, January-10, 1950 Mrs. William Baker Wag visited Sunday and Monday by her son Harold and Eva Jones of Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Jbhh Barr had as Christmas guests the son and daughter-in-law Mr. and jMrs« Dale Nelson, of Mason City. "Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potiet were at Charles City Friday visiting the former's sister Mrs. Alta Steil who is much improved from her recent sickness. Mrs. Ines Wolfe has been dismissed from the University hospital at Iowa City where she had rertnt major surgery and is now Convalescing with relatives at Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Sigsbee left Sunday for Corpus Christie, Tex., and will be there till Jan. 21 when they will go to Dallas to attend a convention. They expect to be gone a month. ' Milo Rents and his son-in-law Cecil Steward met the former's son Gary at Ft. Dodge last week. Gary is home on a forty-six day furlough from the navy. He had been stationed at Guam the past 18 months. Paulette Slobe, a patient at the Blank Memorial hospital, Des Moines, where she is receiving treatment following polio, was brought home to spend the holidays With her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Slobe. Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Winona attending the installation <Jf the Most Reverend Edward Fitzgerald as Bishop at Winona. He is a close friend of the doctor and nfs wife. Mrs. Paul HawMns, a patient at the University hospital, Iowa City, has written friends it has been found the wiajor surgery she had expected to have done, is hot now considered necessary and' a diet has been prescribed which it is hoped will eliminate her troubles. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pickens, of Grenada, Minn., former residents at Irvingtpn, were bereaved during Jhe Christmas week. The son Wallace. 42, who came from California last Oct. 10 to be cared for by his parents, died i.fter a sickness of several months. »He is survived by his wife and two step-sons in California. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Schleusner had as dinner guests Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schleusner, 'Mr. and Mrs. Ray Scbleus- ncr, Mr. and Mrs. Don*Butz, of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schleuener, of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schleusner, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schleusner, of Austin, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schleusner, Mr, and Mrs, Norman Nelson, of Clear Lake, and the respective families. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Taylor and son Charles spent New Years weekend at Davenport with Mr and Mrs. A. L. Long, father of * Mr*' Taylor and luX wife. Mr. and Mrs. Glee Pitcher and children Nancy and Bill, of Wejls- ville. Pa., another son-in-law and daughter of Mr. Long, joined them there. Mr. and Mrs. Long expect to leave in a short time for a few months vacation in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee drove to Omaha, Neb., before Christmas and visited James Spencer and his mother Mrs. Emily Spencer at the Rome hotel, of which James is manager. The Sigsbees were met there by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Beardsley and daughter Jane Ann, of Lincoln Neb., who came here with therr for a holiday visit at the parents W. J. Sigsbee's. Upon conclusion nf the visit, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sigsbee took theni as far as. Oma ha where they visited friends anc the Beardsleys went on to Lin coin. Mr. and Mrs. George Bart spent Christmas at Britt with the later's parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Winter were visited Friday by August iauman, of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bowman and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bowman spent Sunday at Vlnton with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener and Mrs. Emily Heidenwith spent VIonday at Britt with Mr. and Vtrs. Leo Sankey. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mosher lad as Christmas guests the form- ;r's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Vtosher, of Eagle Grove. Connie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Munger, spent a week of her school vacation at Spencer with her grandmother Mrs. Neva Munger. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton. of Mitchell, S. D., were Christmas weekend guests of their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs Frank Moulton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil steward, of Butt* were New Year dinner guests of the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rentz. The son Gary is now here from Guam. Mr. and Mr*. Homer Tuitle, Marilyn and Richard, Were supper guests Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber, at LuVerne. Other guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Weber. Mr. and Mrs. George Winter were Visited Sunday by their Mr. arid Mrs. Cleius Offerntan spent Christmas at Hampton with relatives of both. Vincent Schleusner has been appointed Iqtal manager and buyer for the Horinel Co Jane Dearehs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dearehs, had an appendectomy at St. Anrt hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rent* and family were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sankey, at Britt. Bonnie Schleusner and Ursula Scholtes spent several days during the holiday vacation at Austin, Minn., with relatives of Bonnie. Presbyterian Women will meet Thursday, Jan. 12, at 10 a. m. for their January Retreat. A pot-luck dinner will be served at noon. The meeting will continue into the afternoon at which time there will be an executive board meeting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk took the letter's mother Mrs. W. H. Wolle, of Belmond, to Sioux City Sunday, following her visit here through the holidays. She will spend a couple of months there with her sons and daughters-in- law Mr, and Mrs. C. J. Wolle and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Wolle. Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney had as Christmas guests their sons-in-law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Don Ludwig and Mr. •and Mrs. Lawrence, the son Russell, of Chicago, 111., and Dennis Mahoney, of Willmar, Minn., brother of John and George Mahoney. C. D. of A. will meet Thursday, Jan. 12, at 8 p. m. for their monthly meeting. Chairmen afft MfS. Clara Weydert and Mrs. Walt Lichter. , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas flrtggl spent the Christmas weekted M Minneapolis, Minn., with th* 1*4* ter's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Christensen. Mrs. John Mahoney Went Id Mason City Monday, Dec. 28, and is spending a few weeks with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. attd Mrs.-William Storck. Mr. and VBn. Jack KobUter have returned from Oklahoma, where they spent Christmas With the letter's parents. Mr. Kodiker is engineer at the Weidetthoff P Robert Maxwell, who attends Buena Vista college, at Storm Lake, returned there last week Thursday, having spent Christmas with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell. Marcia Long, who spent her holiday vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Long, returned Monday to Cedar Falls, where she is a student at the Iowa State teachers college. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munger had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker, of Carroll, Mr and Mrs. W. J. Bennett and Mrs Robert True, son, of West Bend, and Mrs. Vera Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener had as Christmas guests their sons-in- law and daughters and families Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson, of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz and Mrs. Emily Heidenwith Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bitayer ate parents of a six pound, six lunce daughter whom they have are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Con Higgins,. of Whittemore. Mrs. Russell Rents and children, Mrs. Emily Heidenwith, and Mrs. Fred Wegener spent Wednesday at .Swea City with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Heidenwith and their daughter Eleanor, a student nurse at the University hospital, at Iowa City, who was home on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. George Conklin took tlffilt son and daughter-in- law *Mr. and Mrs. Merle Conklin as far as Davenport Friday, and visited there with another son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conklin. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Merle Conklin went on from there to their-home at Elgin, 111. Everett Anderuon, who was transferred to Rhodes as rural malt 1 carrier several months ago, las 'been re-transferred to Wesley, taking the route of George Alaricn, a place left vacant by retirement of Mr. Aldrich. Mr. and Mrs.. Anderson will continue to maW Algona their home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butts had as Christmas weekend guests their daughters Ruth and Dorothy: of Minneapolis, Minn., and Washington, D. C., respectively, and the sons Bob, a student at the Iowa State college, Ames, and Herbert^ and his wife and children, of Des Moines. Valeria, employed at Tucson, Ariz., was unatett to Join the family. ^MfT and Mrs. John* Detrh, Gretchen and Jon, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Rochelle and Terry, of Irvington, John Bieser and sons Bill and Jim of the University 'of Minnesota, Minneapolis and Loras college, Dubuquc respectively, were dinner guests Christmas of Mrs. Eva Deim and Mary Bieser. The sons Bill and Jim spent their holiday vacations at the parental home. ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen. Mr and Mrs. G. ft. Cook, and Audrey Frye were dinner guests Christmas day of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeter, of Burt. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dutton, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Nelson, of ' Lone Rock, Mrs. Florence Schictl and sons Wayne and Gary of Burt. Wayne is> a student at Upper Iowa university at Fayette and will be graduated in June. Ifs Wonderful STURDY METAL SKIRT SERVER HOLDS FIVE SKIRTS IN SPACE OF ONE NEW LOW Saves Spacel Keeps skirts neat and Irim! Folds easily for traveling. Sturdy metal frame with plastic clips that can't slide once they axe in place. Be sure to get yours now and save on closet space. PRICE 89 C Just Twice A Year SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE CLEARANCES Women's Shoes REDUCED FROM REGULAR STOCK ORIGINALLY 5.95 to 7.95 named Patricia Sue, born last mid-week at the Algona Osteopathic Clinic. held tnis \veen cagf "' DEPARTMENT STORE * Dress Shoes * Street Shoes * Pumps , . ^ * Sandals Dozens of smart, high fashioned shoes. Every pair first quality regular stock. All reduced for quick clearance. All sizes but not all sizes in all styles. CLEARANCE Special Group SPORT SHOES ORIGINALLY 3.95 to 5.95 Loafers, saddles, moc-oxfords and many others. All from our regular stock. CLEARANCE! Men's Shoes A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO BUY QUALITY SHOES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES . . . ORIGINALLY 6.95 to 8.95 Balsl Bluchers) Plain toe styles! And many other smart styles ... All with Goodyear welt contraction. Leather or sport soles. Broken and short lets. CLEARANCE! SLIPPERS Women's, Misses, and Childrens Values from 1.49 to 2.98 Special cloteout of our regular slipper stock. Broken lots. All sixes but not all sizes in every ityle. FRIDAY, JAN. 13th, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS WHEN YOU SHOP AND SAVE AT S & LI — " ' MEN'S ALL-WOOL Jac Shirts EtfTER THE "CHENILLE SPREAD GUESSING CONTEST- NOW. Prite i* a beautiful 12.95 Chenille Spread. Get details from any salesperson. SEE OUR WINDOW. Regularly 7.95 COTTAGE SETS Regularly 2.98 A Lucky 13th Special clearance of cottage sets.. Select from assorted style* in patterns and colors designed for window glamour. Cannon Wash Cloths Special! Cannon popular weight wash cloths. 12x12 in. squares in assorted plaids and pencil stripes., 13 36 in. Outing Flannel White f Striped 5 Yds. I Colored • Regularly 1.45 for B yd*. Highly aHorb- enl. soft to the touch outing flannel suitable for kimonos, diapers, children's pajamas, etc. Pink or blue solid colors, white and assorted light stripes. WOMEN'S RAYON PANTIES 3 pair I 13 Regularly 49c a pair Popular "SpunLo" rayon briefs. First quality. Band style, white or pink. Small, medium and large. MEN'S PULLOVER SWEATER 13 A Lucky Special for 4' 100% wool novelty patterned pullovers. Elastic in waistband and wristlets. Silver and maroon. Small, medium and large. MEN'S COVERT PANTS Heavyweight sanforized grey covert. Boatsail drill pocketing. Bartacked at all points of strain. Sturdy construction throughout. Sizes 29 to 42. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS $ Regularly 2.98 2 Heavy cotton gabardine, hand-washable, and lull cut lor complete fcee- doia oi action. Matching ocean pearl buttons. Choice of colors. Small, medium large, and extra large. 6 13 An outstanding Lucky 13th value. 22 to 24 ox. all wool fabrics in colorful multicolor plaids, block patterns and new orerplaids. Zipper front. Full cut for comfort and freedom of action. Four pocket style*. 8l»e§ 38 to 46. INFANT'S Coat Sets Regularly 5.95 4 13 Coats fully lined for added warmth. Zippers on leggings. Boys in brown, tan or blue with helmets. Girls in assorted colors with matching bonnets, and embroidered trim. Sizes 1 to 3. BOYS' LEGGING SETS Junior boys part wool fleece legging sets. Zipper openings. Tan and blue, jl 1 0 Sizes 3 to 6x. Originally 5.95 ____ He IV CORDUROY BIBALLS Thick set corduroy. Adjustable shoulder starps. Fly front. Brown and Blue. 444 Sizes 4 to 10. Originally 3.49... •1.10 HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS Heavyweight cotton with fleece irhide. Boys small and medium sizes only. 4 4 A Regularly 1.69 _________________ |.|0 WHIPCORD PANTS'" Peppered whipcord. Sanforized. Gray. Boys sizes 8 to IB. 114 Originally 2.98 _______________ |.|0 INFANT'S KNIT SLEEPERS Reg. 1.39 Two piece styles. Gripper closings. Closed feet for extra warmth. Pink and 4 4 A blue. Sizes 1, 2, and 3 __________ lelU CHATHAM "KINGSTON" *», -••-Mi* Boys' Union Suits Regularly 1.19 Fine cotton rib winter weight ankle length suits. Sixes 10 to 16 in ecru. Blankets REGULARLY 6.95 JACQUARD BORDER BlANKlf Reg. 5.95. 10% wool; 25% cotton; binding. 72x84 in.. a popular blan- 50% rayon and 25% with lustrous satin. Full 72 in by 90 In. size. Assorted colors. WE'VE SOME LUCKY NOTIONS BY DILONG ££? D . E P SAFETY PINS BOBBY PINS— Black and bronxe. Reg. I8c card—» For BUNCHED SAFETY PINS- DeLong bread. Braes nickel finish. Assorted sixes. Reg. lOc bunch. 2 For H*S. lOc. DeLong brand. « For __ I3c 139

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