The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1950 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1950
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4—Algeria Upper Det Moines Tuesday, February 14, 1950 Former Wesley Man Named To Sfafe University Post Dr. Olson Braley Joins Staff Of Medical School Wesley — Dr. Olson Braley, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Braley of Bergenfield, N. J., former Wesley residents, has been named professor of opthalmology in the college of medicine at the State University at Iowa City. He has been a professor and chairman of the same subject at the postgraduate school of New York university at Bellevue Medical Center in New York City. He is expected to take over his new post July 1. The family lives at Tenafly, N. J. Braleys operated a drug store many years here till they sold out to Dick Grifhorsts several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley plan to move to Des Moines in the spring. Their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith, live there. Dr. Braley and wife have three children. He was oorn in Lake Mills in 1906 and moved here with the family in 1903, and graduated from Wesley high in 1925. He taught two years at the State University alter his graduation from there, Then at. Detroit he was in the ftead and eye clinic. He has been in New York seven years. Valentine Party The Catholic Daughters of America held a regular meeting Wednesday evening. They decided to have a business meeting and vale-^ne party Tuesday evening, Feb. 14. Following the business meeting bridge and "500" were played. Mrs. Ed Downs and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer won high and low prizes in bridge, and Mrs. August Studer and Mrs. Harold Weber won high and low in "5UO". Mrs. Lawrence Wingert won lucky prize. The women do not meet in Lent. Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Alf Studer entertained her Bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Ward was a guest. Mrs. R. C. Bauer will entertain the women oti Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 21. Newlyweds Party Mr. and Mrs. Duane Studer, the newlyweds, entertained about 24 friends at a t>*rty Thursday evening. "500" and canasta were played, followed by a lunch. Friday evening a group of relatives were entertained there and following a social evening, Mr. and Mrs. Studer served a lunch. the Mesdames Fred Rasmussen, Merle Rasmussen, Henry Haverly and Herman Bode. "500" was played, followed by a delicious lunch. At St. Joe Party Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gouge attended a 5 o'clock dinner at the Anton Becker home at St. Joe, Sunday evening, in celebration of the latter couple's 30th wedding anniversary. Wedding Banns Banns of marriage were published for the second time in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Bernadine Hilbert, daughter of Frank Hilbert of St. Joe, and Rudolph Hildman, son of Mrs. Otillia Hildman. They will be married at the St. Joe Catholic church on Tuesday, Feb. 21, and they will live in Algona. He is employed by the Bud Robinson contract and building crew. Guests In Algona Tom F or b ur g e r and his oldest Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich and' daughter, Alice, now Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Larry Youngwirth were entertained at cards at the Evroul Loebig home in Algona Wednesday evening. Nowego Bridge Club The Nowego Bridge club met at the Kenneth Rasmussen farm home Tuesday evening, Feb. 7. Mrs. Will Hrubes and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer won high and low score prizes, respectively. The women will entertain their husbands at a party at the Albert Lickteig home on Sunday evening, Feb. 19. Neighbors Card Party A neighborhood card party was held at the F/ed Rasmussen home Sunday evening. Hostesses were Krieps of Sexton, celebrated their birthdays on Tuesday, Feb. 14. A group of relatives helped them observe the occasion. Youngwirih Dinnei Guests Dinner guests at the Larry Youngwirth home Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth and tamily, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Youngwirth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramer of St. Benedict, and Leo Youngwirth of St. Benedict. Pre-Nuptial Shower Ruth Hauptmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hauptmann, was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's parish hall Sunday afternoon. She will become the bride of Virgil Runkel, Wednesday morning, Feb. 15 82nd Birthday Mrs. Girard Strouth and son, Jerry, and Mrs. Jake Strouth and twin sons of Reading, Minn., spent from Monday till Friday a1 their parental Ign. Eisenbacher homo. Another daughter, MJrst Richard Hammond of Racine, Wis., spent the past week there. On Thursday the> helped their father celebrate his 82nd birthday. Other children who attended the birthday celebration were the Joe Studers, Vincent Eisenbach- ers, Charles Nelsons, Clarence Nelsons, and Noruert Hilberts, Johnny and Joe, who are at home, and Father Linus Eisenbacher of Alvord, who also had spent from Monday till Friday there at the parental home. Rev. L. N. Klein was also a guest at the birthday dinner. Sunday, Feb. 12, marked the 49th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Eisenbacher, and friends and relatives called at the home. Honor Roll Pupils Pupils on the ho/»or roll from the high school for the first semester are Marjorie Bleich, Rose Ann Kollasch, Marilyn Price, Roberta Atndorfer, Eugene Hoff, Jim Mullin, Joan Seiler, Marlene Bauer, Madonna and Ruth' Froelich, Betty Koppen, Roger Daughn. Honor students in the grades of the public school are Sandra Flom, Marva Nygaard, Duane and Jimmy Price. Ruth Wise, Louisa Skow, and Alan Jordan. Pupils with perfect attendance are Darrell Robinson, Betty Kollasch, Billy, Jimirty, Joan and Duane Price, Gary Smith, Edgar and Allen Meyers, Eldon Penning, Dick Robinson, and Roger Flom. Ben G. Studer received the reserve champion on open class bulls and on open class females at the State Aberdeen Angus show at Cedar Rapids, recently. Guy M. Butts was guest of honor Feb. 10 at a birthday dinner party at the H. M. Erickson home at Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. George Hrubes of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes and Wilma were 6:30 din- AT GRAHAM'S THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16,17,18 SPECIAL PURCHASES ENABLE US TO PASS THESE GREAT SAVINGS ON TO YOU. PILLOW TUBING 42 Inch 2 Yds. 1 00 Type 128 RAYON PANELS Eggshell Color joo 42 lnch-2!4 Yd. LINEN TOW'LING Stevens 3 Yds. 122 Brown or Bleached WHITE OUTING 27 Inch 5 Yds. 122 Bleached NYLON HOSE New Colors Size 9 to 10'/ 2 MUSLIN 36 Inch 4 Yds. 122 Brown or Cleached ner guests at the John Bauer home in Friday evening, Feb. 3. Mr. and Mrs. George Wellik and two children of Whittefnofe spent the Feb. 5 weekend at the parental R. C. Bauer home. A number of neighbor women called on Mrs. Eunice, Nelson, Thursday, Feb. 9, in observance of her birthday. She is recovering from a serious illness. Guy M. Butts attended a special Oddfellow meeting at Storm Lake Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes and Wilma were in Webster City one day last week. Eugene Haack attended a motorcycle meeting at the Charles Gollner home on Sunday of last week. David Kleinpeter, Loren Lease and Verl Benskin have joined the local Lions club. The club met Wednesday and the Merry Mixers served the evening luncheon. Mrs. Lael Root and Mrs. Bill Loebig were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon. They will not meet again until after Lent. Mrs. Lael Root entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lael Root attended a hardware convention in Des Moines, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth, Mary and John, attended the wedding of Irene Youngwirth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Youngwirth of Whittemore, and Richard Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas of Livermore, at St. Michael's Catholic church v at Whittemore Tuesday morning, Feb. 7, at 8:30. They ilso attended the reception at the bride's home at noon. One hundred thirty relatives and friends attended. The Dick YounKwirths and Dick May of Corwith, the Larry and Luke Youngwirths attended the supper at the home of the bride's parents and the wedding dance at tne Plantation ballroom that evening. The young couple will farm near St. Joe. Mrs. Vee Mullin will entertain her "500" club Tnursday afternoon, Feb. 16. Edward Wolfs Back From Trip Portland — Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Ward Wolf have returned home from a two months' visit in several states. They visited the Clare Wolf family at Prairie View, Ark., then motored on to Bakersfield, Cal., and on to Seattle, Wash., where Vlr. and Mrs. Reed Bingham live. The latter is the former Katherine Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Wolf stopped at Snohomish and Bremerton, Wash., then on the way back they visited Nedra Wolf, RN at a Denver, Colo., hospital. Mr. Wolf did all the driving in their new car and managed to get ahead of all storms and had good paving on the entire trip and no car trouble. week. De? MolSSr last rtSted ii the White House r » at Elva and Jessie's— EXCEPTIONAL VALUES! COMPLETE LINE REDUCED FOR $$$ DAYS! BILL SIMS DRESSES $2 98 ALL SIZES-12! i-24'/i; 12-44 MO. 3.w BLOUSES Rayon crepe, tissue faille, ambrosia crepe. All colors, all sizes. Reg. $2.98 to $5.95. qoff UNLINED SUITS Unlined Suits in Tweed, Gabardine and Flannel. Reg. values to $17.95. S795 and $996 CHILDREN'S SLACKS Houndstooth and plaid Checks. Sizes 3 to 6s, 10, 12 and 14. Reg. 2.95, 3.95 dnd 5.95. SJoff SUP and PANTIE SETS For little girls, ages 2-16. Fine quality Rayon knit. $j.OO PLUS—Many specially priced items you'll find in the store! Elva and Jessies apparel shop Next To Brown's Studio WASH CLOTHS 10c ALL WHITE RAG RUGS 1.00 LOOP RUGS REG. 1.49 1.00 CHAMBRAY 3 Yds. 1 00 Stripes and Checks See This One BATH TOWELS 22x44 2 for 12£ Assorted Colors A Good One LADIES SLIPS Rayon joo White or Pink Size 32 to 40 LUNCH CLOTHS 50x50 joo Assorted Colors i PILLOWCASES 42 x 36 3 for 122 Regular 49c RAYON GOWNS ladies Assorted Colors THRIFTY Department Stores Wiltgen Jewelry Moves To New Location ALGONA BROTHERS BUY BUILDING NEXT TO IOWA THEATRE; PLAN MOVE THIS WEEK. Announcement was made today that Wiltgen Jewelry, formerly located above the Iowa State Bank has moved to the building formerly occupied by Gillingham Electric Co. They are now located on Thorington Street east across from the courthouse, where they will resume business immediately. The move will not interrupt the Wiltgen Brothers normal course of business operation ... in fact, they are entering into Algona Dollar Days wholeheartedly. SPECIAL OFFER (ALL NEW STOCK) ALL RINGS ALL GOLD WATCH BRACELETS 20% during sale only OFF Wiltgen Jewelry Clarence Wiltgen - irvin Wiltgen Experienced Licensed Watchmakers CELEBRATE $ $ $ DAYS- TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SPECIAL PRICES NOW! Wiltgen Brothers cordially tiro* you to take advantages of the specials offered in this advertisement-stock is all new, and the prices are at an all-time low. The new store might well be disrupted, but the Wiltgens will be at their n*w Thorington Street location to serve you. •Men's Watch Chains Reg. $2.00 $1 ' Steel Expansion Watch Bonds Reg. $1.50 $1 ' All-Leather Watch Bonos $1 ' Ladies White Watchbonds in all colors, Reg. $1.50 Reg. $2.00 One Display Case Custume Jewelry Reg. $2.00 value

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