The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1950 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 21, 1950
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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Michael Matern of Norwood, Minn., spent last thC parental Lou Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johansen spent from last week Saturday till Tuesday at Perry and Des w 0 m es visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Johannsen, brother and sister-in-law of Henry, at Perry, and Mr. and Mrs. William Johannsen Jr., at Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle spent last weekend at Clear Lake with Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Young, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. McCorkle. Mrs. Bob LaBarre and infant son, Brian, have gone to Keokuky where she will visit at, the par- tntal C. B. Schouton home a couple of weeks. At the end of that time, Mr. LaBarre and the two other children will join her to bring her home. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kiecker spent last weekend at Minneapolis, Minn., the former transacting business during which time Mrs. Kiecker visited her sister LaVel- la Kohn. This week Sunday, Mr. Kiecker made a business trip to Centerville. PHONE 229 {.OO for the big ANNOUNCEMENT See Page 6, Sec. 3 LAST CALL! One Rack LADIES and MISSES S H O E S Mickey Doyle of Wagner, S. D., left Sunday for his home, having concluded a visit of a tew days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Matern. Irving Urch and his father-in- law, John Johnson, have purchased the Urch farm east of town, an estate property. The house has been made into three apartments, the lower floor to be occupied by the Urch family and Mr. Johnson, the second floor by Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Culbertson, and the third floor by Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stephen, who recently returned from Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen formerly lived here, but moved to St. Louis, Mo., some time ago where, for a time, Mr. Stephen was a postal clerk. BY A. KRESENSKY We're not agriculturally minded, but we can enable you to cultivate a stylish appearance. Our clothing line is varied enough to outfit you properly with anything from the fresh, crisp gingham air to sleek satin sophistication. ^Wisfl flower: with nfce stem ire .. VERYTHINGTOWEARFOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lee spent Sunday at Fenton with Mrs. H. E. Reimerr, grandmother of Mrs. Lee. Tony Ziitriisch has been laid up with a cold and it settled in his ear. He was confined to his home for four days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dettman had as weekend guests their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Kinkki and Sherrie Kay of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mowers and son, Clay, spent the week end at Lincoln, Neb., with the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gahan. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox were recently visited by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox of Rochester, Minn. Mrs. John McEnroe has returned from Rochester, M'nn., where she had surgery. She is recovering rapidly but is not permitted to be too active for awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Malueg and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Long have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Walter Theesfeld of Harvard, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Clough, Sandra and Michael, of Lockhart, Tex., who came to attend final rites for J. A. Strayer, father of the women. Mr. and Mrs. Theesfeld left for home last week Monday, and Mr. and Mrs. Clough and children left Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Lynch ST., have had as guests their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mahoney, Mary Sandra and Michael of Denver, Colo., who came last week. Monday and remained till today, and the daughters, Patricia, medical technician at a hospital in Kansas City, and Mrs. John Epperhart, also of Kansas City, who were here for the weekend. Mrs. F. L. Tribon received a wire from Charles Palmqr of Hollywood, Cal., stating his wife, Nellie, had died Thursday following nine years of invalidism with arthritis. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer moved to Hollywood 30 years ago. The Palmer family will be well remembered here by the older residents. Mr. Palmer was associated with the First National bank, and their residence was purchased by C. B. Murtagh, when they moved to California. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher are being visited by their daughter and her son, Mrs. Edward Reeve and Edward Jr., of Manhattan, Kan. Mrs. HI M. Knecht had as guests Friday afternoon, Mrs. Calvin Hanley .and son, Allen, and Mrs. Dan Banwart of West Bend. Lou Matern is a patient at St. Ann hospital, receiving treatment following an attack of flu. He was taken there last week Monday. The Hey. Ray Anderson of St. Cloud, Minn., held meetings on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at the Baptist church, giving a series of talks. Dr. A. L. Hist has been confined to bed the past few weeks but is now able to be up a little. He has been troubled with arthritis. His daughter, Mrs. Myrle Griggs is being assisted in his care by Mrs. C. M. Knudsen. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hack of Ames were weekend guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Weber of Plum Creek. On Sunday they called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Zittritsch of Algona. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hack are doing work in atomic research at Iowa State. Mr. Hack is doing post graduate work in atomic energy, with a major in chemistry. Mrs. Ray Ladendorff has returned from a visit of three weeks with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lappin. at Minneapolis, Minn. Members of the Academy held a "Square Dance" and party Tuesday, Feb. 14, at the Academy hall. The following Monday, grade school members held o similar entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dettman had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Looft and daughter, Susan Mae, of Lakefield, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Looft of Armstrong. Mrs. Looft is a sister of Mrs. Dettman. Mary Frances Carney of the Upper Des Moines staff will return this weekend from a two- week vacation trip to Kansas City and Tucson, Ariz., where she was a guest of Valeria Butts, formerly of Algona. Mary Amunson is returning with her from Kansas City for a visit with home folks. Gordon Kuhn is recovering from a fall on ice Friday, Jan. 13, in which his shoulder was thrown out of joint. He was only partly recovered from that when he had major surgery at St. Ann hospital. He has completely recovered from the surgery but the shoulder still gives him trouble. He is now allowed to lift a few pounds weight, however. Tuesday, February 21, 1950 Algona Upper Des Moines-3 Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kohorst and son, Jody, left Saturday for California, going via Templeton, where they were joined by Mrs. Joseph Kohorst, mother of Milton, who continued the jotirnpy with them to Los Angeles. They will visit Mrs. J. H. Stinott, mother of Mrs. Milton Kohorst, and other relatives at Los Angeles, and Long Beach. They plan to be gone a couple of weeks. Mrs. Harvey Johnson fell Sunday at her apartment while using a dust mop on linoleum, slipping and striking her temple on a door casing, cutting and bruising it badly and breaking her left wrist. She was taken to St. Ann hospital for x-rays and the setting and was kept 'there overnight. Mrs. Johnson, though 86, has been active and is uncertain just how the accident happened. Grace Looft, employee at the soil conservation service office, returned Monday from a ten-day vacation with friends at Chicago, 111., and at Milwaukee, Wis., where she attended a meeting of the conservation personnel. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller and daughter, Mary Louise have returned from a ten days' vacation at El Paso, Tex., and points in Mexico. They report the weather has been delightful and the climate of El Paso ideal for vacationing. Supt. O. B. 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