The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1950 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 21, 1950
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6-Algona Upper Det Motnes Tuesday, March 21, 1950 Win. Tobin Burial Friday At Hurt; Military Services Burl — Some 18 from Hurt attended funeral services for William Tobin at Lake Mills, Friday afternoon. Mr. Tobin, who had lived in Chicago many years, had been to Rochester in April for a heart ailment, but had been back at work when he passed away at the home of a friend while calling on them. He attended school in Burt In 1917 he entered World War I. Most of the time since, he was a mail clerk on a run out of Chicago, for many years to Omaha. He spent his vacations with Tiis mother, who owned the place where Donald Pattersons now live. Services were held at the Anderson Funeral Home at 1-30 with Rev. C. H. Patterson in charge. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Esther Olson and Aleda, both of Lake Mills, also one niece. Pallbearers, all near friends, were Oliver Graham, Clifford Schrader, Ray Dremmel, Lee Pratt, Walter Steward, and Roy Clark. Burial was in the Burt cemetery. Wm. Tobin was a member of the Masonic lodge. Chicago. Others who attended from here were Ernie, Richard, Roland, and Raymond Lavrenz- John and Paul Miller, Cecil Steward, Lawrence Chipman, Charles Spry, t,uthcr Miller, Paul Olson, and Kenneth Trenary, Military services were held at the grave Farewell For Pastor Members "of the Presbyterian congregation are 'having 'a farewell evening for the Rev. and Mrs Ray K'. Hill at the church Wednesday. A covered dish luncheon will be served at 7 p. m. followed by a social evening, with the entertainment under the direction of.EveJyn Mawdsley, Rev. Hill has accepted a call to Leon, a town of 2,900 in southern Iowa. The Hills have been here 4V4 years, coming to Burt from Louisville, Ky. They have two sons, Michael, 5, and Jack, 7 months. Methodist Church William S. Handy, Pastor The Fidelis Class will meet on Wednesday, March 22, 2:30 p. m at the home of Mrs. Lance Riebhoff with Mrs. Charles Davis assisting. The Choir will meet at the parsonage Wednesday at 7:30 p m Sunday, March 26 Sunday school 9:50 a. m. The motion picture, "Daybreak" will be presented. Morning Worship ?JL a> m- Sermon b y the pastor, "The Kingdom is Coming." M.Y.F Hour 7:30 p. m. Worship and Fellowship. Mrs. Kermit Christensen of Ringsted and her sister, Mrs. Peter Valentine at San Francisco, Cal., were calling on friends in town Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Valentine, the former Phyllis Brooke, had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Brooke, at Hawarden, and will go to visit her sister, Dorothy, now Mrs. Fred Christensen, in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Kermit Christenson is the former Oriel Brooke. B. W. Brooke was depot agent here for many years. Relatives spending Sunday at the Delmar Angus home were, dinner guests; R. T. Angus. Grace and Bob, of Bancroft: and afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus and family, Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer and family, Lone Rock Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Drown anc family of Curlew; and Mr. and Mrs. Harold. Angus and Tony. Mrs. Drown is a sister of Delmer Angus.The gathering was in observance of the birthday of R. T. Angus, Jr. Alfred Ward, Algona, and Mrs. Guy Giddings, Sr. took Mrs. Pannkuk and children to Ames, Wednesday, where she has work. Mrs. Pannkuk has three children who will go to school there, Cliffford, Mary Lou, and Mildred. An older son, Duane, will remain here. Lester Steward spent a few days last week in Iowa City. Mrs. Wm. F. Batt, Sr. has been confined to bed with illness the past week. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. De La Hunt of Ames spent Saturday and Sun- with Mrs. Will Peters. 25 Competed In Fenton Amateur A Home Talent Show at Fenton March 13 was a big success, according to the crowd that jammed the Fenton Theatre. Twenty-five contestants partici- Dated in at least 17 different se- ections. First prize was awarded to Irma Jensen, Ringsted, for her piano solo; second, to the baton twirlers of the Lone Rock high school; third, to Doris Beck for her humorous reading. The show was presented by the Town and Country Woman's club. Their project for the year is youth guidance and proceeds will go toward youth projects. 40 At Portland Farm Meeting Portland — The Portland Twp Farm Bureau meeting was held Wednesday evening &* the George Patterson home. More than 4( attended, and a reel of pictures was shown on the corn borer and a reel on dairy cows. The Misses Gifford of Burt sang several songs, and Sheryl Smith played two piano selections. Assisting hostesses were Earl Millers, Harold Pt-esthus, Howard Sparks, Jim Stevens, and Martin Beckers. The Buffalo township Farm Bureau meeting was held Thursday evening at the Titonka school louse. Mr. Oliver Carlson from the soil conservation office ir Algona gave a talk on "Soils and Crops," Two movies from the Ames extension service were shown. STYLE SHOW ChrischSlles Store PLANTATION BALLROOM (North and West of Whittemore) ONE NIGHT ONLY THURSDAY MARCH 23 at 8 o'clock The second annual Spring STYLE SHOW of the CHRISCHILLES STORE will be sponsored by the Algona Soroptimist club and all donations and proceeds will be used to purchase a ceiling motion picture projector for St. Ann Hospital. It will be held in the Plantation Ballroom near Whittemore one night onlv Thursday March 23rd Men are especially urged to attend this event and a varied program of organ-piano duets, singing and comedy skits will make it an interesting and enjoyable evening for all. Light refreshments will be served. The STYLE SHOW will be lively and filled with interesting new apparel lo r Spring 1950. Eight hundred satisfied customers attended last year's show and highest praise was given by all. Don't miss the most important social FASHION event of the Spring season of 1950. Kill nscmiies S MEN'S CLOTHING * Michaels-Stern Clothing * Florsheim Shoes * Courier Cloth Suits * Alpagora Topcoats * Dobbs Hats * Knittex Topcoats * Lee Hats * Freeman Shoes * McGregor Sportswear * Van Heusen Shirts * Weyenberg Shoes * Shirtcraft Shirts * Pioneer Belts * Airman Shirts * Jantzen Sweaters * Swank Men's Jewelry * Wembley Neckwear * Coopers Jockey Shorts * Superba Neckwear * Samsonite Luggage * Interwoven Hosiery * Monarch Jackets * Weldon Pajamas * Holeproof Hosiery * Seaforth Men's Toiletries So "swing into Spring" with us^Vlen! Spring Merchandise awaits you in every one of our famous, nationally-known brands of men's wear. These labels (listed at left) mean "Quality in Men's Clothing and Accessories. But prices are the same as you would pay for ordinary togs. So join the "Swing Into Spring" at Leuthold-Williams-and look over our new spring clothing stocks-NOW! WEAR HEADQUARTERS Boys Spring Suits A spic and span new selection of wool suits for boys from 4 to 18! Everything that's new! For the smaller chaps, suits with two-tone jackets—a favorite. For high school fellows, smart-looking suits in single and double breasted styles. $7.95 to $24.50 Corduroy Jackets Spring's newest! A fine pinwale corduroy—the kind that really wears—makes these handsome sports jackets. In choice of brown, maroon and green. 3-button styles. $8.95 and $11.95 Boys Slacks What does a boy want in slacks? Gabardine, of course! And we've seen to getting in a wonderful assortment of gab slacks for boys. Sizes 6 to 20. Plains, neat checks and bolder patterns. $3.95 up Boys Spring Jackets We have a big and brand-new selection of those in-between spring days jackets that are a necessity for every active chap. Many different styles. Assorted colors. $6.45 to $9.95 Boys Sweaters Here's enough sweaters to outfit the town! What a selection! Big patterns, little patterns plain colors, lights and darks' Coat and pull-over styles' Every swgle one all wool! $3.95 to $5.95

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