The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1950 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 28, 1950
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7,' ft LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller sc » 6 - mon *h-old son of and Mrs. Ernie Georg, has recovered from the measles » Gl A en Rane ? was dismissed hos P» al . Friday, fol- weeks> illness. * t8 ' L ' L ' Rlter ha d as a^uest list week Mrs. Robert Day of Indianola, niece of Mr. Riter Mrs. Harvey Steven spent Friday at Sexton with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Everett Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan wer f. visited over the weekend py the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiufl, of Atlantic Mr. and Mrs. Glen Graham spent Sunday at Hurt with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graham, parents of Glen. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Simpson nave had as guest a few days the letter's sister-in-law, Mrs. C D Judy, of Newton. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Biter spent the weekend at Hawarden with the respective mothers, Mrs. J P Riter and Mrs. M. J. Sidwell. Harold Neville ii a patient at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, and has had recent surgery. John Helmers is home from the University Hospital, Iowa City where he recently had major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen have had as guest the letter's mother, Mrs. S. A. Slater of, Worthington, Minn. Mary Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood, returned to school last week following sickness with measles. Mrs. Leslie Higley accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lappe, of Bancroft, to Fairmont, Minn., last week Monday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Menke, uncle and aunt of Mrs. Higley. 7 f Hui *? !1 ff !T - days last week with , '5i now rec °vered and up and around. ^" d Mrs> Fe «n<»n Heinen dinner guests last week of the latter's mother, M W 111 !, 8 " 1 F °ertsch, at Wesley Mr. and Mrs. W. Holdorf had as guests last week Sunday their somn-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Nelson of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Humphrey had as weekend guests Mrs. Paul Plunkett and daughter Viola, of Usage, mother and sister of Mrs. Humphrey. Katherine Kelch went to Btitt Thursday to transact business, and from there went to Corwith to visit relatives. Mrs. John Hanselman, son David, and sister, Mrs. Tom Elefson, sPfnt Thursday at Dakota City with Mrs. Lome Hendren. Alvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg, was taken sick with flu last week Tuesday and is now considerably improved. Mr. and Mrs. John Heider- scheidt and Cecil Rezebak drove to Omaha, Neb., last week. Cecil purchased a new Studebaker Larry and Inez Jane, children of Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson, •eturned to school Monday fol- owing a sicknes of several days with tlu. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey had -he latter's sister Evelyn Holland and aunt, Mrs. G. C. Voss of Minneapolis, Minn., as weekend guests. Supt. O. B. Laing will attend the 18th annual Schoolmen's Conference, Saturday at Cornell college, Mt. Vernon. He will be chairman of a discussion group. Alan Holt, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Holt, is another victim of measles who had to forego a birthday celebration March 16 because of his sickness. Mrs. Wylie Hines recently returned from Hawarden where she had visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Halsrud, going home with Mrs. Halsrud upon conclusion of her visit here the previous week. Mr. and Mr§. Raymond Gilbert, Patty, John, and Michael spent Sunday at Armstrong with Mr. and Mrs. Purl Partello, brother- in-law and sister of Mrs. Gilbert. Joel and Marilyn, children of Mr and Mrs. George HarYis, have had both the flu and measles. Marilyn was quite sick for a few days, but both youngsters are Improving now. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hill have moved to the Roupe house on North Dodge street. The' house they had occupied on South Dodge street is now for sale. Mrs. Bridget Tobin had as weekend guest Mrs. Ethel Gring of Storm Lake, a former neighbor when both lived on farms near Tipton a number of years ago. Mrs. Ernest Anfinson and ughter, Peggy, accompanied Bob Wray to Omaha, Neb., and visited a few days with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wray, Jr. Having concluded a visit of two weeks at Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood's, Mrs. Frank Bonder, sister of Mrs. Hood, and the daughter Wary Francis, returned to their home at Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMurray are expected home April 15, from Slendale, Cal., where they have spent the winter. They had an apartment at Mrs. A. M. Jasperson's, sister of Mr. McMurray. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scholtes returned from Chicago, where they visited their son, Richard, who is employed by the Container Corp. as an industrial engineef. They also visited Dr. N. Schiltz, cousin of Mr. Scholtes. Thomas Kruse came from Independence to join his wife and children, Thomas Jr. and Carolyn, at the parental C. B. Murtagh's where they Had spent the past week. All returned home after the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haas?. Mrs. Harry Phillips, and Mrs. Carrie Haase drove to Estherville, Thursday, to see Walter Widdel, brother of Mrs. Carrie Haase, who is a patient at a hospital there. DRESS SHOES Moulded into slim gracefulness to gjv« you perfect fit and comfort fleanora Originals $6.95 and $7.95 Carolynn Fine Footwear $4.99 and $5.95 CASUAL SHOES They're made for complete com fort and ease ... to fit your foot $2.00 and $5.95 .i«m|HT to choose the right shoes in your color for EASTER from the huge selections at S & L Mr. and Mr*. Rudy Harlg, Mrs. August Harig, and Adrian Harig drove to LuVerne last week Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harig, who had recently moved to a new. location. . Jan >ce Walker, who had been . James Walker, at Alden the past two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian her sister, Mrs. Otto Bonnin, as-1 were visited a few days by sisting in the care of a child who I their daughter, Mrs. Meril Bacon was sick, returned home Sunday I and daughter, Bonnie, of Walt-' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' ham, Minn. Mrs. Bacon came to Tuesday, March 28, 1950 Algona Upper Des Moinet—5 assist in the moving of her parents into the upstairs of their recently completed home. RUBBER STAMPS, four day delivery. ALiona Upper Des Moines NEW newspaper building, 111 •.'. Call St.. Aleona. Iowa. ,7v i\ N COSTUME JEWELRY To add the finishing touch- 98c Perk up your outfit with a necklace, c pair of earrings, scatter pi-is, or a bracelet this Spring. In tailored and stone settings. SIMULATED PEARLS Rhinestone Clasps Many styles to choose from . . . single strand and 2-3-4-5 strand. 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