The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1950 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 28, 1950
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LOCALS * nd Mrs. Matthew Plan i?<>n«"u— r^ti"?* services for Geo Feorch, at Wesley, Saturday, Feb.' „„£*?; **?4 ****• Hoger Palmer and at I ™»'p Sp , ent L a . st ? eek Su "da " ft ne ^ ock with Mrs. r • mother, Mrs. Alice Bierle. Mr. and Mrs. Howard have as a guest George 1w "* 1 "'" of Howard, of Tuesdoy, Februory 28, 1950 Algona Upper Des Molm»-3 Platt w .. Howard is spending much the acreagl south- Mr. and Mrs. Verle Patterson are parents of a son born Wednesday at St. Ann hospital. They now have a family of four children. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olson had Wr-. and Mrs. Harry Seeley of Whittemore as overnight guests Friday. They also spent a part of Saturday here. Mrs. Meda Redfleld had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stebbins, former Al- gonians a number of years ago, who now live at Goodthunder, ?'"«nce was engaged in' ANNOUNCING NEW MANAGEMENT- I'd like to announce that I have taken over management of "Franks Cafe", 114 W. State St., effective Feb. 27. Mrs. Andrew Jorgen OPEN FROM 6 A. M. TIL 1 A. M. EVERYDAY EXCEPT MONDAY. (rank's cafe BYA.KRESENSKY MAYBE TMC ACAftOH A OO» MAS •O MANY rRIINDI."«ATS HANNAH *I9 BECAUSE HE **•»_ HI* TMV «N*rCAQ O» HM ICMltf Get Your "RED CROSS 7 ' SHOES Here The reason we have so many friends is probably bo- cause our many satisfied patrons wag their tongues continuously in praise of our qualiiy and prompt courteous service. EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN THE FRONT HOOK BRA WITH MAGIC REMOVABLE LINK HOOK! IN HONT-MMIO tt't ON Ml* MWUUTION-HIM Vt-UFI HON1 HOOK MMOVAIU FOR WAMINl* WIDI UASIIC BACK IAYOM *A«N IN PINK 01 WHIM Mrs. Howard Platt entertained the members of the "Happy Birthday" dub Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton returned Friday from Corpus Christi, Texas, where they had spent a six-week vacation. Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer spent Friday at Blue Earth with the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Weston. Mrs. Meda Redficld was hostess to the "E.T.W." bridge club Wednesday afternoon. High score prize won won by Mrs". Bert Cronan. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Oakland spent Sunday at Bricelyn, Minn., with the latter's brother asd sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Hove. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney were visited Saturday by their daughter, Mrs. Sherwood Potter, and daughters, Donna Rae and Pamela of Emmetsburg. Mrs. Anna Wiedeman, mother of Mrs. T. H. Vaughn, who came from Burke, S. D., to attend the Vaughn-Kallestad nuptials, returned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Zittrltsch have returned to Hinton following a few days' visit with relatives here. They were house guests of the former's mother, Mrs Mary Zittritsch. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olson and Mrs. Keith Halfrud and family of Mason City. Mrs.' Olson is a sister of Mr. Erickson, and Mrs. Halfrud is his niece. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Peterson had the former's father, P. C. Peterson, and the brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Peterson, Judy and Denny, of Minneapolis, Minn., as last week end guests. Mrs. Don Duffy has returned from Crookston, Minn., where she spent ten days with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Adeline Duffy, during the latter's convalescence from a series of surgeries at the Crookston hospital. Mrs. Hugh Post, Mrs. Mary Zittritsch and Annie Zittritsch accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Mat Zittritsch to Minneapolis, Minn, last week for a few days' visi with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Zittritsch are located at Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood and daughter Mary Jean went to Des Moines, Saturday, to attend the "Skating Vanities" and re mained for a weekend visit with Mrs. Hood's brother-in-law anc sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Conner Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olson, Mr and Mrs. Loyal Young, and Mr and Mrs. Frank Teeter of Burl assisted Mr. and Mrs. George ! Johnson who moved last week from their farm in Plum Creek to the former C. B. Albright farm they have purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson moved to Britt, Sunday, where the former ha* been employee for some time with the Ford dealer. A four room downstairs apartment is now available. Mr and Mrs. Simpson nave had an apartment at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward's. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthus went to Ringsted, Sunday, to attend the family celebration of the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vahldieck, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Presthus. Those in attendance provided the refreshments at the supper hour. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olson attended a farewell party at Hutchins last week Saturday for Mr. and Mrs. James Rayburn, who are moving to a farm near Rockwell. Others in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sammons are parents of a daughter born Friday at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Sarah Scott. Mrs. Sammons is the former Roseanne Reding, and the maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reding. Mr. Sammons is a senior at the State university at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McGrew and Susan returned Sunday from a ten-day trip to Lubbock, Tex., where they visited a brother-in- law and sister of Mrs. McGrew, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Weise. Going from there, they weiit to the Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico, and returned home via the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Cliiton Evers of Jefferson have announced the engagement of their daughter, Lula Pauline, to Allen B. Salisbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Salisbury of Cedar Rapids. The wedding will take place in June after Allen's graduation from Iowa State college at Ames, \yhere he is taking a course in architecture. Mr. and Mrs. Salisbury are former well-known Algonians, and Mrs. Salisbury is the former Blance McFadden. The groom elect is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer. CATHOLIC LADIES of March Circle will serve their monthly luncheon at the Academy Gym Thursday, Mar. 2 11:30 continous to 1:15 Special Entertainment during luncheon. Public Invited 50c THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd FREE FLOWERS for the Ladies NOW AT OUR NEW LOCATION EVERYTHING YOU WANT FOR SPRING! featuring these famous names ... all nationally advertised You'll love shopping for your shoes at the newer, larger, more beautiful LYLE'S! Every new color to team with your Spring and Easter costumes is here! Suedes, leathers, patents in newcomers like Poppy Red, Kolabrown, Jungle Green . . . old favorites like Navy, Gray, Brown, Black .... styles by the dozenl Come Thursday and see the most exciting shoes in Algona. A Word About the Store... The new Lyle's Shoe Store that will greet you Thursday is completely NEW in all respects . . . with a shoe stock that sings of Spring and all that is new in the shoe fashion world. These new ctyles are ready for you against a soft and pleasing background of rose ,grey and gold-a shoe store as smart as the shoe styles it offers! Be with us on our opening day, if only to see the new store that is being offered for your future shoe shopping pleasurel SHOE STOKE mr ALGONA, IOWA

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