The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1950 · Page 5
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LOCALS Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Steil, was out of school Monday and Tuesday having bean taken sick the last of the week with flu. Mr§. Earl Ellsworth of Em- metsb.urg visited her father, Joe Steil, Sunday, and other relatives, Mr. ana Mrs. William Steil and Mr. and Mrs. Lotus Reding. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith spent last week at Pa'ullina and Sioux City with their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr*, and Mrs. M. W. KnUth and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mohq Harr. George Fersil has received word of the birth of a son, the first child, to his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Jesnowski, at Joliet, 111., Friday, March 3. The child has been named Gary David. Mrs. Jesnowski is the former Agnes Ferstl. Mrs. Robert Pousch is now a little improved from a blood clot in the lur.g which followed surgery a couple of weeks ago at OttUmwa for removal of a ruptured disc between the fourth and fifth vertabrae. She had been making good progress till Saturday when the clot developed and it was necessary to place her in an oxygen tent Had this not developed, she had planned to be home this week. James Burns, a student at the Iowa State college, Ames, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Proihman came last week from Lone Butte, British Columbia, Canada, for several months' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Proth- man. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kuhn were accompanied as far as Ames, Saturday, by the former's mother, Mrs. Gordon Kuhn, who remain- there to visit Mrs. Frank Thorpe. They report having seen their fu-st robin—one at Webster City —and since he was flying north, we assume he has reached here, as this reporter heard one Sunday. Bill Galbraith, a student at Drake university, Des Moines, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Bert Galbraith, who returned some time ago from the home at Deming, N. M., to be with her mother, Mrs. W. A. Knoll. Mrs. Knoll has been in poor health the past several months. Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Cowan returned Thursday from Tucson, Ariz., where they spent a month, taking a cottage for the stay there. They also went to Mexico City via plane and attended the rodeo at Tucson. They were frequently with Mr. and Mrs. James Murtagh, former Algonians, now making Tucson their home. With Shellane tts INSTANT MOT WATtt Shellane Bottfcd Gas is perfect for giving you instant hot wattr any time of day. .Shellane meani: EASIER lAUNDERING-no more heavy-duty pail hauling. FASTER DISH WASHINO-jun turn the hot water tap. HOT BATHS— whenever you want. Coll-for further Informoflon-or ask your SHELLANE SERVICEMAN the next time he calls. CRILLY APPLIANCES "Societv Klot< Royal Neighbor Lodge Meeting The Royal Neighbor Lodge meeting will be held with Myra Ostrum on Thursday evening, March 8, at 7:45. This will be a social meeting with a 25c grab bag exchange. Cresco Club Meeting The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club meets March 8. at the home of Mrs. Wayne Smith, with Mrs. Wm. Runchey and Mrs. Lyle Runchey as assisting hostess. Mrs. Mary Kelly was taken to St. Ann hospital last week for treatment of flu. Mrs. Don Will is a patient ai St. Ann hospital, having had an appendectomy Tuesday. Gary, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergen, was out of school last week, sick with measles. Mrs. H. J. Sherman spent a few days at Corwith last week with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matern. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Seversen were recent dinner guests of the former's aunt, Mrs. Allie Seversen, at Humboldt. Mrs. Harold Fitch and Mrs. Fred Shilts were at Bedford a couple of days last week and were guests of Mrs. Fiteh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stephens, and Mrs. Flora Firch, mother of Harold, who returned here for a visit with her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hurt have moved to a farm near Dickens. Their house at 521 East Elm st., has been purchased by Will Brown and will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Don Asa, who are already located there. W. H. Lacy of Algona and hit sister, Mrs. H. O. Buell of Burt, arrived home last Thursday after several months spent in St. Petersburg, Fla. They flew from Florida to Chicago, from where they returned the rest of. the way by train. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and sons Dick, Jim, and Larry drove to Iowa City for the weekend, the parents visiting Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt, and the children remaining at Victor with the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. McGahev. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Reiley, former Algonians when Mr. Reiley was a chamber of commerce secretary here, are now located at Red Oak where Mr. Reiley has been employed on the state bonus board. He was recently named secretary of the Chamber of Commerce there and will assume office April 1. He has also served at Burlington and Marshalltown. "We Sell The Best-Service the Rest" We Install With NO CHARGE for Labor Phone 399 Phone Crilly's Phone 399 FARMERS ATTENTION! I have-purchased a Freese way disc shapener and can sharpen your discs right on your farm. You need not spend hours and days taking your disc apart and waiting to have it sharpened. So get your disc sharpened now and avoid the spring rush. Call or Write Arthur Plathe Phone 2577 Bode. Iowa The Better Your Home - - - The Better Your Living YOUR RUGS THINK of Us When YOM Think of QUALITY For QUALITY is All We Ever Think of When We Think of Yeul Take a Beating Every Day . . . Day in and day out, your rugs, carpets and floor coverings take a "beating", They must be able to take it. That's why our policy has always been to offer only the best, the finest qualities from America's best known makers. Buy quality when you buy floor coverings. Then you are assured the great satisfaction of long wear, super, lative beauty and outstanding value. RICHARDSON FURNITURE COMPANY "WE REFUSE TO BE UNDERSOLD" Mr*. John Kirk has returned from Rochester, Minn., where she had a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sigsbee were visited last week Tuesday by the latter's mother, Mrs. Adolph ®ruellman of West Bend. Mrs. William Sengbusch he* returned from . Iowa City where she had recent surgery at the University hospital. She is improving slowly. Mrs. Elsie Hansen has had as guests the past week her daughter and two children, Mrs. Wilbur Balk of Le Center, Minn. They returned home Sunday. Wayne Will of Level Land. Tex., has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter will, a few days. He is employed there as a radio announcer. Mrs. Glen Raney was taken to St. Ann hospital Monday for treatment of hives, a reactidn from penicillin treatment for another ailment a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sjogren recently went to Rochester, Minn., and returned three days later after Gus had gone through the clinic. It was found unnecessary to perform surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Simonsen were visited from Sunday till Wednesday by the latter's sister, Mrs. R. E. Chapman, and daughter Roseanne, of Laurens. Mr. Chapman joined them here to take them home. It was erroneously stated that Mrs. Edw. Wilkins had returned from a vacation in the south and would begin work at the beauty shop April first. It should have been March first. Mrs. Mary Johnson returned home Sunday from St. Ann hospital following a two weeks' sojourn there. She suffered a fractured wrist in a fall at the home and is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey spent Sunday at Eagle Grove and remained with the granddaughter Nicki Sue while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Noonan, attended the auto show at Fort Dodge. Albert Slobe went to Des Moines, Thursday, and returned Saturday from a visit at Blank Memorial hospital with the daughter Paulette who is continuing treatment for polio. She is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Melligari. former managers of the Country Club at Estherville, have been secured for the Country Club here. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Montis had,. been the club managers since Mr. and Mrs. Ralph'Meidke moved to Neenah, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles plan to leave the middle of March on a two months vacation to Texas, Arizona, and the west coast. Mr. Spilles has not been in his usual good health of late and having sold his hardware business, ia taking this much-needed rest. John Deninger of West Be»d has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital and is with his son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles, with whom he had been a few weeks prior to his hospitalization. In a short time he will return to West Bend and will be with another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anliker. Mrs. Olive Herbst had as week end guests her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevenson and daughter Barbara of Minneapolis, Minn., and the sons Joel and Ted Herbst of Cedar Falls, who are students at Iowa State Teachers college. Ted also teaches at Dike and returned to resume his work Feb. 27. The boys were joined by Bill Becker, and he and Joel went on tour with the college orchestra during the present vacation. Court Of Honor Award To Scouts Algona Scout troop 71 held « Court of Honor ceremony at a parents' night program at the Methodist church, Thursday, Mar. 2. Nine new scouts were initiated into the troop and received their tenderfoot pins. They were William Laing, Thomas Hutchirigs, Jae Givens, Arthur Knight, James Van Allen, Jerry Downey, Wayne Weise, Robert Jensen, and Thomas Asa. First class pins were awarded to Calvin Tschetter' and H' r k Hayes. Senior Patrol Leader David Long received a two year service star. Ten boys who received one year service stars were Don Hutcliins, Don Lee, Terry McGuire, Charles Johnson, Darrell Ludwig, Warren Griggs, Maynard Dearchs, Marvin Dearchs, Kirk Hayes, and Calvin Tschetter. James M c M a h o n , Calvin Tschetter, Don Lee, and David Long will be delegates representing the troop at the National Jamboree to be held in June at Valley Forge, Penn. Troop ?1 is sponsored by the Methodist church, with Wm. F. Steele as chairman of the troop committee. B. A. Carmen is scoutmaster, and Wilbur Dachen- Tuesday, March 7, 1950 Algona Upper Des Moines-5 bach and Ray Schenck are assistant scoutmasters. Roller Skate Party A farmers free roller-skating party is being held tonight (Tuesday) at the Algona Rollerdroine. The party is sponsored by the North Central Iowa Paint & Feed Co., and farmers, their friends and families are invited to roller skate free. There will be favors and refreshments. Free tickets of admission should be secured from the firm on Diagonal street. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT 1 DANCE HAPPY JAKE and His Cowboys SATURDAY, MAR. 11 Adm. 75c lax incl. PALLADIUM West edge of city limils on Ihe paving between highways 18 and 106 HOSPITALS ST. ANN Feb. 22—Mrs. Robert Fleming Whittemore, girl, 6 lb., 9 oz.; Mrs. Dale Vungeberg, Algona, girl, 6 lb., 14 oz.; Mr. George F. Foertsch, Wesley, medical, expired Feb. 22; Mrs. VerJ Patterson, Algona, boj 6 lb., 8 oz.; Mrs. Kenneth Morgan, Algona, boy, expired Feb. 24; John Carlson, Wesley, t&jrgical; Mrs. Manuel Gerber, St. Benedict, girl, 7 lb., 12 oz.; Mrs. Lela Pierce, Corwith, medical; Mrs. Bernard Kunkel, boy, 6 lb.. 15 oz. Feb. 23-r-Mrs. Robert Sammons, Algona, girl, 7 lb., 2 oz.; Mrs. Susie Kramer, Bode, surgical; Mrs. Peter Kollasch, Burt, medical; James Allen, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Clare Haverly, Wesley, expired Feb. 24. Feb. 25—Mrs. Harold Nelson, Lone Rock, girl, 7 ib., 13 oz.; Mrs. Eugene Nurre, Bancroft, boy, 7 lb., 5 oz.; Virginia Frankl, Algona, tonsilleetomy; John Deningei', West Bund., medical. Feb. 26"—Thomas Merryman, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. Christina Bell, Algona, medical; Loran Daniels. Ottosen, medical; Mrs. Bruce Mackebon, Algona, girl, 6 lb. 1 oz. Feb. 27—Lloyd Sehilmoeller, Algona, tonsilleetomy. Feb. 27 — Mrs. Ed Blocker, Bancroft, boy, 9 Ib., 1 oz. F«b. 28 — Mrs. Harold Wehr- span, Fenton, girl, 10 lb., 8 oz.; Mrs. Ray Kullasch, Whitttmore, girl, 6 lb., 10 oz.; Mrs. Jerry Boekelman, Ti tonka, medical; Mrs. Raymond Walker, Algona, girl, 8 lb., 8 oz. March 1 — Mrs. Donald Will, Algona, appendectomy; Mrs. Mary Kelly, Algona, medical. March I — Mrs. Clinton Waltman, Burt, boy, 6 lb., 12 oz.; Mrs. Heiko Boekelman, Titonka, boy, 7 lb., 8 oz. March 3 — Mrs. Ivan Ku'hlhaas, Burt, girl, 5 lb., l'/i oz.; Mrs. Grace Thompson, Algona, surgery; Walton StruthtTs, Ottustn. medical. March 4 -r Willis Janes, Wesley, appendectomy; Mrs. John Grandgenett, Algona, boy, 8 lb., 4 uz.; Mrs. Mar^ai'bt Mergen, Whittemore, medical; Darrell Sparks, Algona, medical; Diane Kay Bade, Algona, medical; Mrs- Robert Budlung, .Titonka, girl, 6 lb.. 8 oz. March 5 — Mrs. Louis Bern- inyhaus, Lone Rock, girl, 7 lb., j oz.; Mary Jo Johnson, Bantro£t, appendectomy; Mrs. nty, Algona, medical. t^: Fashion strikes a high note in harmony in blouse and skirt fashions that carol a gay, lilting air of Spring! Wonderful fabrics . . . new in texture. High colors ... in interesting pastels and deeptones. Yours . . . for a symphony of fash- ion for Spring into Summer wear! A. Tiered apd tucked in wonderful, pastel nylons. B .Knife-pleated skirt; wrinkle-resisting nylon. C. Sheer pylori with applique accents. White. D. Wool crepe skirt, fly-front, scalloped pockets. E. Boyish, sleeveless blouse in pastel broadcloth. F. Hand-screened flower print on circular skirt. 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