6—Algono Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 10, 1950 St. Benedict Lady Home Soon From Hospital Operation Sl. Benedict — Mrs. John Bierl is expected home from Iowa City soon where she recently underwent an operation for gallstones at University hospital. Her many friends wish her speedy recovery. Her daughter, Mrs. Ben Dwenge'r, has been with her. Mrs. Ben Dorr is in Osceola, Wis., visiting her son, Herbert, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson went to Grundy Center, Tuesday, where the latter attended a get- lo-gethor of old friends at the home of Mrs. Roscoe Diehl. This is Mrs. Erickson's former home. In the evening, they drove to Gladbrook and stayed until PHONE 229 Thursday with the Harold Streets. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Namer attended a New Year's eve party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Con- bam at Ayrshire. Word was received here by the Sim Hirners from the Prociw family (displaced people who moved last fall) from Omaha, that Mr. Prociw likes his work very much at the hospital and that there are five Ukrainian families receiving schooling and are near them in Omaha. Mrs. Sim Hirner, with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilger, drove to Mason City, Thursday, to meet Mrs. Hirner's daughter, Bernadine, who is here for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Namer spent New Year's day at the home of Mrs. Geo. Wessar in Emmetsburg. Mrs. Wessar is Mr. Namer's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rosenmeyer and daughters, Maxine, Joan, and Jean Penton, with "Bob" Simon and Henry Arndorfer Jr., spent New Year's at the John Penton home, near Sexton. The Monte Scobbas of Algona spent Sunday evening at the Art Rosenmeyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henagir and daughters of Waterloo spent the New Year's weekend with the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary McKenna. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson enjoyed an oyster stew and New Year's eve watch at the Vernon Daley home. Club Members At Seneca Tell Of Favorite Hobbies Seneca — Reading and handwork proved to be the greatest hobby of the majority of the members of the Modern Mixer club in their response to roll call when the club held its January meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert Burt, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Deland Votteler was the honored birthday member and Mrs. Cecil Anderson had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. Art Paulsen will be the February hostess. To Work In Algona Ruth Sanders is now employed at the Norton Lumber Company at Algona. She began her work there as office secretary about three weeks ago. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT« IOOK fO« THIS SYMIOt OF UADIRSHir nr is TOUI ooutii* AssutANci or • Amount *f lagr«dl*nfi • CUanDiiMt In Monvfadvr* • Exc*0*M* of flavor flump, butter-romted pecans ...blended through richest, most delicious vanilla Ice Cream ... every spoonful a taste delight! That's th« Quality Chekd Ravor-of-the^nonth ...Butter Pecan keCreom. Um-m-m, to good! Here's a treot yoor f om- ly *ill love .'. . f6M«uert, or "ony-f/m*" refreshment '"Step for it at your neighborhood Quality Chekd store today. CHEKD BY OUR OWN LABORATORY CHEKD BY A NATIONAL FOOD LABORATORY QUALITY \F\ CHEKD ICE CREAM At P. M. A. Meeting J. W. Bollig attended a P. M. A. meeting at Des Moines, Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Parents Of A Girl Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Hunt are the proud parents of a 7-pound baby daughter, Cheryl Ann, born Thursday morning, Dec. 29, a St. Ann hospital at Algona. Mrs. Hunt and baby daughte spent several days at the homi of Mrs. Hunt's parents, the Lei Delperdangs. at Bancroft afte her release from the hospital anc was brought home on Wednes day. This is their first child. Mr and Mrs. F. R. Hunt of Seneca are grandparents. Sanders Dinner Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sanuers entertained at dinner at their home Monday, Jan. 2. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ash- pale and sons, Dale and Dan; also, Mrs. Clifford Sweet and son and daughter of Wells, Minn.; Miss Delpha Hayes of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Milan Sanders of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Looft and children of Fairmont, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sanders of Sheldon, and Ruth Sanders of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Petersen and 'amily of Hayfield. Minn., spent the New Year holiday weekend visiting with friends in the Seneca community and with relatives near Ringsted. The Petersen fam- ly were Friday evening supoer guests at the Cecil Baldwin lome, called at the Alfred Qod- redson home that evening, and pent the night with the Melvin Mad sens. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Godfredsen .nd family of Spirit Lake werej "Jew Years eve and New Years ay guests at the Alfred Godfred- en home. Mrs. Charles Osborn accompanied Mrs. Bill Richmond of Armstrong to Rochester the early part of last week, where Mrs. Richmond is going through the cJirtte. She returned-ixurie the middle of the Week. Mrs. Lawrence Saxton has been heloing care for the Richmond twins at Armstrong while Mrs. Richmond who has been in poor health, is going through the clinic at Rochester. ROSES Miss Mary Berry, former Clarinda school teacher, recently observed her 88th birthday at her home in Topeka. She received a huge bouquet of 88 roses, from friends in 11 states. The card which accompanied the flowers carried the names of over 100 former students. $27,078 Paid To Kossuth Schools In Transportation Checks totaling $27,078.59 have been received by the secretaries of school districts in Kossuth county. These warrants are paid to receiving and transporting school districts to pay the state's share of transportation costs for the school year of 1948-49. Schools receiving payment, the amount to each school and the total cost per pupil are listed below. Algona Ind. $2,192.53 $8627 Buffalo Cons. _„ 3,369.54 52.00 Burt Ind. 1,766.32 47.29 Fenton Ind. 1,259.69 73.34 Grant Twp. Cons. Lakota Ind. Ledyard Cons. ._ Lone Rock Ind. _ Luverne Ind. Seneca Cons. Swea City Cons.- Wesley Ind Cresco Twp. Greenwood Ind. Hebron Twp. Lotts Creek Twp. Plum Creek Twp. The Belter Your Home - - - The Better Your Living BORED? THINK of Us When You Think of QUALITY For QUALITY is All We Ever Think of When We Think of You! with the appearance of your home furnishings? Brighten up the corners! ARE YOU BORED with the appearance of your home? Now is a good time to brighten up the corners and add new charm and beauty to your rooms. Change things around a bit ... add a lamp here ... a table there . . . new drapes . . . slip covers . . .throw rugs. A little imagination and a word or two of counsel from us can do wonders for the appearance of your home. And, best of all, the cost is surprisingly low. Drop in tomorrow. 1,270.27 2,179.11 2,893.81 1,298.44 2,078.04 2,604.51 4,259.86 436.99 60.87 67.76 55.92 101.03 287.44 26.19 30.44 35.04 113.85 207.00 28.85 395.09 45.44 47.21 58.19 54.97 42.26 52.12 RICHARDSON FURNITURE COMPANY ''WE REFUSE TO BE UNDERSOLD" Portland Twp. _. Prairie Twp. Union Twp. Wesley Twp. _.. Whittemore Twp. Irvington Twp. . Elmore Ind. 395.09 62.40 Applications with a Dec. 2( deadline are being prepared by the receiving or transporting dis. tricts for additional state monies appropriated by the 53rd general assembly payable next year. » ^ OLD LAMP Dr. Jr. R. Dewey of Schaller found an old time gas street- lamp in his garage some years ago and has had it mounted in his yard, wired for electricity. Except for that modern addition the lamp is just the same as it used to be when the "village amplighter" turned it on before he turn of the century. Carefully nade, the lamp has four wrought- George Higgins returned to Chicago, Monday night, after spending the holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Con Higgins. Rev. and Mrs. Erwin Vaudt an son of Benson, Minn., arrive here Sunday evening to visit s their respective parents, Mr. an Mrs. August Vaudt Sr., and wit Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brnatz. They returned home Wednesday afternoon. WANT ADS BH1HQS BE8ULT8 It is colder at the antarctic than at the arctic. Jujitsu means literally "the gentle art." Announcing the DE SOTO ron sides, with glass paries" inted rose and amber. of PHONE 229 TTEHE'S the best-looting new car,of 11 them all! It's the neto De Soto, designed to give you more room, more comfort, more visibility, more safety and more lasting satisfaction than any car you ever owned. Here's the car designed with YOU in mind. It's brand-new from handsome new front grille to tail-lights. And it's waiting for you to come and ride in it. It lets you drive without shifting. It has a terrific high-compression engine, biggcr-than-ever brakes, weatherproof ignition, feather-light steering. Yet it is excitingly easy to buy and amazingly economical to operate. No matter which make of car you thought you might buy this year, "Drive a De Soto before you decide." Let us arrange a demonstration. On display TODAY DC SOTO and Tune in tat CBOUCIIO MARX snow, "You Ba Your Life." Every Wednesday niglu over all CDS ttationt HOENK MOTORS 1O5 N. Hall Algona, Iowa The one fie Car in the low-price field Drive the '50 FORD Today | | See, hear and feel the difference AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S ! KENT MOTOR CO.
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