The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1950 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1950
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OCALS L. C. Hanson is confined to bed Irith virus pneumonia. Mrs. Clarence Bruns was con- ined to bed a few days last week >ith the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Popma spent laturday at Mason City with >iends. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks had jlr. and Mrs. Vern Lovely of Le (Tars, as guests last week Sunday. jMr. and Mrs. G. A. Wittkopf lave returned from a six weeks facation at Corpus Christie, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener lere visited Friday by theij laughter Mrs. Russell Thompson. If Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Waldron re- rned Thursday from Pomona, Eal., where they had spent the Winter with relatives. Bobbie, five-year-old son of Mr. nd Mrs. Chester Willey is re- pvering from measles. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schneider ave a visitor, the former's moth- Mrs. Lenore Schneider, of Madrid. > Dick Taylor, E.M.F.A., who fas graduated from a school arch 3 as electricians mate, has en assigned to the USS Caca- on in the Pacific. Mrs, Nancy Main spent Friday frith her son-in-law and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover, i live on-a farm near Burt. I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Allen spent he weekend at Sac City with s. Allen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. oferkamp. I Mrs. Frank Capesius is now up around after being confined i her bed the past week with the lu. I Mrs. Emma Dehnert was taken St. Ann hospital last week, nd Thursday had amputation of large toe, resulting from an in- sction. [ Adair Watts, a student at Drake liversity, Des Moines, spent the Weekend with her parents, Mr. ad Mrs. William Watts. Don Cowles took the children, larilyn and Ronnie, to Roberts, "is., last week for a visit of a .w weeks with their grandpar- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cowles. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gronwall, prmer Algonians who have been ring at Des Moines, have moved Madrid, where they have pur- ased a cleaning establishment. {Mr. and Mrs. Don Wood and Sigwell were dinner guests week Sunday of Peter Ham- hervold, at Swea City. He is fcther of Mrs. Wood. [Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zeniner rere visited last weekend , by r son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs. Clarence Krug of ... Riley, Kan. I Homer Anderson and his broth, Reed Anderson of Spencer, ove to Plymouth recently to their brother, Ray, who had en a patient at Mercy hospital, ison City. [Mrs. Ernest Anxinson and lit- daughter, Peggy, have return, from a visit of a fortnight_at Bma with her parents, Mr. ftd i.» J. F. Pelisek. _„., »ss 'Irs. Tobitha Wilson was visii- [ Sunday by her son-in-law and Ughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. nley, of Hampton, and her Bernard Green, of Marshall- vn. Laura Ann Neville recently re- rned from Californi a and scarcely enrolled at school re when she entered St. hospital for an appendec- Imy. She is a senior. [Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait fisited their son and daughter- 1-la'w, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wall- Itait, at Humboldt last week lesday and also attended the _sketball game there. , Mrs. Hugh Post left last week Tuesday for Topeka, Kan., to vis- ; her son and daughter-in-law, lr. and Mrs. Bob Post and chil- ren Suzanne and Bob Jr. Mrs. Clara Walker, county reorder, has resumed her duties nis week after being confined ,ie past week 'with the flu. Her an, David, has also been ill with he flu the last several days. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ullestad ad as guests Sunday Mr. and ..Irs. Phil Gois of Radcliffe. Other guests who came later in the day vere Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brady t Ft. Dodge. Jean Thorpe and her friend, Catherine Knight, were recent guests of the former's parents, tit. and Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. Both vojnen teach at Tarn a and Miss •Knight is music instructor. Pearl Walker came last week • Tuesday from Arlington, Va., and Ihas been employed at the Penta- Igon. She will make an extended Ivisit with her parents, Mr. and |Mrs. L. R. Walker. Mr, and Mrs. L W. Nelson and Ithe letter's mother, Mrs. Cora [Bacon, returned home last week (Tuesday from Rock Port and Gal- Iveston, Tex., where they had I spent several weeks. Mrs. Elisabeth Schneider has received word from her son Charles, stationed at Ft. Bliss, Texas, saying he has been promoted to corporal, and will be I home about April I on furlough. i Mr. and Mrs. Daniels spent the weekend at Keosauqua with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Weller. Mr. Daniels purchased the Naudain coal business some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Asa, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Peterson of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asa of Livermore were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asa of the Doan vicinity. Ole Allison and bis sister, Mrs. Julia Anderson of Callander, attended funeral services Friday, March 10. at Graettinger for their brother, Rier Halverson, 78. Mrs. Andt-rson had been here the past few weeks and she and Mr. Allison had made several trips to visit Mr. Halverson. Mr. and Mrs. WUlard Zeigler accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mario, of Wesley, to Des Moines last week and attended a show at the Orpheum theatre, and also the auto sjjpw, Mr* Zeigler, who assists Mr. and Mrs. Mario in their entertainments, was with them at Wesley, Sunday, when they gave * performance sponsored oy the Lions club. Mr. and Mrs. George Wesley had as dinner guests, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hohn of Ringsted. Edgar Campbell went to Garner last Week Sunday to bring home his wife and little son, Jimmy Dale, who had spent a few days with Mrs. Campbell's sister-in- law, Mrs. Dale Young and family. Harold Daines has returned from a visit of a month at Los Angeles, Cal., with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Daines Jr. They are parents of a daughter born Jan. 10. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, Mrs. L. R. Potter, and Mrs. Duane Dewel took Viola Heller, R. N., to Mason City last Week Tuesda following her Visit here with friends a few days. Miss Heller is a nurse at the Park hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. James Will, who was visiting his parents several days, coming front Loveland, Tex., spent a week ago Thursday at Sibley with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson. Mrs. William Waikins is home from Iowa City where she had surgery at the University Hospital. During her sojourn there and through her convalescence, her mother, Mrs. A. E. Seaquist of Clarion, is here. Mrs. James Walker recently returned from Alden where she vis- ted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bonnin. The Bonnin's year-old daughter, Madonna, still remains in delicate health. The child has been frail since birth. Mrs. Jaiae* Canada, Western Union telegraph operator, is a patient at St. Ann hospital and has been placed under an oxygen tent from the first day of her entrance there. She is suffering with virus pneumonia and her condition has been serious. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson had as weekend guests their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson, Rosanne and David, of Rockford. Additional guests Sunday were the other son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson and two children, of Lone Rock. The Rev. Gilbert Kuyper, Dr. C. C. Shierk, Eugene Hutchins, Wm. Steele and Wesley Bartlett attended a meeting of officers o* the Kiwanis club held last week Monday at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Watktet Mr*. Ben Wlbben ha« been have as guest the letter's mother, Mrs. Emma Jones of Buffalo Center. She came last week and will remain somewhat longer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will have received the announcement of the birth of a son to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Will, at Minneapolis, Minn. The child, born Saturday, March 4, is the first, weighed 7 pounds, and has been named Wallace Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney have had as guest the letter's sister-in-law, Mrs. Dora Kerrigan of Chicago, 111., who also visited Mrs. Mary Nelson, sister of Mrs. Mahoney, at Sexton. The visitor Spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz of the Plumb Creek neighborhood. spending much of the past week at Bancroft with her mother, Mrs. Nels Godfredson, who is confined to bed with an attack of scinticn. * Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz of Titonka, were called to Waterloo, Thursday by the sickness of L. E. Krantz, father of Mrs. Asa and R. L. Krantz, who is with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rea Hutchison. He is now much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weishaar had as guests Sunday their son and daughler-inl-law", Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Weishaar, of Woden, and their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peter of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hill of Titonka, and the respective families. IT'S At S & L You'll look lovely! You'll feel fashionable! And you'll get lots of wear from these 1950 FASHION LEADERS. Women's SPRING WORSTED COATS Check the facts! Here's a group of coats that represent REAL fashion VALUE! 100% wool worsted gabardines, shakskins, and the very new sharktics ..... each textured to fail in soft, feminine flowing lines. For colors, Spring's complete rainbow of shades; navy, red, dacia, toast, grey and kelly. Sizes 10 to 18; 9 to 15. 29.50 New Teen SHORTY COATS Pert and saucy for the lively miss. To complete that teen wardrobe, select one of these trim shorties . . . copies of mother's favorite fashions. Coverts, suedes, tweeds, and broadcloths with novelty collar and cuff treatments. 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