The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1948 · Page 8
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jt «---i i * -/* l />fl >4^<f f '< * i HoSjfs Christmas Eve Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lind- horsi entertained'al a Christinas Eve party.' Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ruftis Lindhorst, Mr, and Mrs. Leland Wildin, Miss Sharon Wildin and Mrs. Francos Platl and Sandra Leo. Aitend Burl Parly- Mr, and Mrs. Walter Faulsllck attended a party Sunday evening ' at the Henry Basse's, at Burt in celebration of Mr. Busse's birthday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. August Bol- h'ngor, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leek, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lee of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Leek, Ranney Blcich and Carl Reynolds of Burt. Eleventh Birthday— Mrs. Arthur Weise entertained at a party Wedhcsday afternoon honoring her daughter Sandra Hudson's llth. birthday. Guests v» Ci(C J.udj;, Glen Jf,, ahd Charles Johnson, Ruth and Ardis Beitz Joyce Anderson, Jackie Gross Jahlce, Nancy, Inez and Larrj Hudson, and Mrs. C. P. HaWSon, iHaternal grandmother of the hortofee. Games were played ahc the afternoon closed with the serving of birthday cake and ice cream. " "* <' NO. 81 OF AMRIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossulh County Hugh Black Back in the middle of the last century, a boy of 12 at rived in America from Scotland,—he was the father of the Jafe J. F. Black, cmcTthe grand 1 -. father of Hugh. When this Scotch lad finally got as far west as fowa he in one day walked from Mason City to Kossuth county, and here picked his homestead. His son, the father of Hugh, was born on.the old homestead piace in the year 1881, just west of the present well-known Black farm. Today, Hugh 37, farms the place of 480 acres. There are five other children in the family: Mrs. Aclolph Girres, who lives northwest of Wesley; Mrs. George Kain, Plum Creek; Lucille Black, employed at Kelly Field in San Antonio, Texas; Paul A. Black, attorney aJ Webster City; and Mrs. D. G. Fraser, a nurse in Toronto, Canada.. Mrs. Fraser's husband, a flier in the Royal Canadian Air Force, lost his life in the recent conflict. We saw several pictures of Mrs. Fraser's young son of 4, clad in the English-like school boy togs he wears attending a Canadian boys school. Hugh Black is probably best known for the fine herd of 32 purebred Ayshire cows he keeps. This herd has attracted wide attention, and is one of the best-known in Iowa. He also has 60 head of feeding cattle, which he jokingly said keep grinding away the dollars as they feed. There are some 240 head of hogs on the place, half hi-breds and half Hampshires. Crops this past season,' says Hugh, were of average yield like everyone else's, but of good quality. His corn ran from 15 to 40 bushel to the acre, depending upon when plowed. In fhe words of Hugh's mother, Mrs. Black, "This is the year that the farmer should produce all that he can." A WORD ABOUT OUR VISITS TO KOSSUTH FARM-STEADS -V.. Some of the most pleasant and interesting moments we have spent in the post year and a half hove been our 'sketching visits' to Kossuth farms. There is something about entering a warm form Itifchen, especially on a cold mid-winter's afternoon, that worms the soul as well as the body. 'We look forward to many more pleasant visits v/ith Kossuth farmers and their families in the new year to come. IOWA TSlanA, Your Safe and Confidential Bank RALPH MILDER, Preside^ HARQLD GILMORE, Cashier ROY McMAHON, Asst. Cashiej Lewis ^evjille ,,^5— Lewis Neville, 'son of Mr, and Mrs. Gene Neville of Spencjer, and Betty Kuehl of' Sjpeiieer, were married at 4:30 p. m. on Christmas day at the Congregational church. A reception^ in the church parlors followed the ceremony. Prior to this Mrs. James Neville, grandmother of the groom, had given a family dinner, and from here the bridal party went to Spencer for the rites. Mr. and Mrs. Neville left that evening for Mason City nnd Chicago, 111., and will be at home at Cherokee where Mr. Neville is employed in a store in 'conjunction with one at Spencer in which his father is employed. The bride formerly w§s employed in a Spencer bank. p'H^^f^^ { , \'•/•,'•• 'XS.^to^ ** , * n ? i r f ' I-,"* — A *.. t*t ,*v. *' Vfc i *, t .. , n *K.., . A bw. a*" * AfVi«J -"if IW Hi kUl LllUtiy i ' •> ' ? Guests 'were Mr/ 'afta 1 ',- 'Mri ,'ayrte WiekMfe aHd-tfatMter. ,«r, and Mrs. Ben BflttoWrajtad children, Mr 1 , and Mri ^effi Sankey ahd 'children-, - 8hl?W {Jronbach, 'Dale Brlggsi" <PA«I Grpnbach, Oelbeft Sahkey,' arid Milton Burlingarrtc 1 , The evening was spent tilayin cards. Lunch\was', seMe 1 * *' ' LAirjcnvwi the evening. Th ed mart}? lovely Entei^lain •Mr. and Mrs,jM&JMard Wood bury en^ijfdnl^Tfl-fday Weailn at the Henry Weber home Guests were Mr. and MrSuLami Fneberg, Mr. and Mrs. iRober DeGroote of Corwith, and Mr and Mrs. Robert Welter of Iowa City. „ . South Gresco Club Members of the South Cresco club will meet January 15 with Mrs. Mary Smith for the second winter "party. Tea for Visitor— Mrs. A. L. Long, assisted by Mrs. 'Earl Sprague, gave an informal tea Tuesday afternoon in compliment to Mrs. Glee Pitcher, the former Doris Long, who with her husband and children Nancy and Bill came Saturday from Wellsburg. Pa., stopping en route at Cedar Rapids and Tama to visit relatives. They returned home Thursday. Rex Voyles Engaged- Mr, and Mrs. Roger Phillip announce the engagement I of their daughter Patricia to Rex Voyles, son of Mrs. Glenn Crilly Their marriage will take place in early spring. \ House Guest; Honored— Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstick and Adeline entertained at dinner Sunday for their house guest, Louis Esposito of Fort Sill, Okla. Other guests Avere the Rev. and Mrs. Luther Loesch, Mr. and Mrs. 'Arthur Leek and family, and Ranney Leek. Observe 17th Birthday Mr. "and Mrs| Ray Sankey entertained at a party Monday LOCAtS Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas Sr.. and Mr. and Mrs. - John Sohlhaas Jr. and daughter were Christmas dinner giiests of Deena Kohlhaas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuchynka and family spent the Ch'rist- mas holiday weekend at Minneapolis, Minn., with their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Mathison. Mrs. Alice Duryea spent Friday at Mrs. Nels Peterson's at Seneca, a guest at, an afternoon party. Christmas, 'Mrs. Dui'yea was guest of Mr. and Mrs.'Otis Opsal at Seneca, the latter being a granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Vigda have had as guest the pas month Alfred Wolter and daughter Dorothy of Wapata, Wash, brother and niece of Mrs. Vigdal They have also visited Mr. "and Mrs. Walter Faulstick, the latter a cousin of Mr. Wolter. The visitors returned to their home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson and family and Mrs. Ida May Harris were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson at Wesley. Mrs. Harris is mother of the women. Last week Sunday their daughter Mary Anderson, was a "vocal soloist at church. All were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs , Mrs. C. F. Specht returned last last week from Victor, where she had spent the past three weeks with her daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kutzli. Mrs. Kutzli had been a", surgical . f r of ' .RICK-RACK TRIMMED COAT DRESS for women with a busy 1 l/ h,bm'e"'schedule '"&" STORE NAME , ADDRESS j Pleo»e send me »he following FRUIT-of. [ the-lOOM dresses, style 134 at OUAN. SIZE COLOR ' h; ' c6ft ' Murnea irom ^reona, ,.iu.f^wnere she attended'the-frfrtWal ritSTfor her "" bfathelfiinMawY^ " v **" 1 - K * Smith. SKI JK Mr. attd MrS 1 .,Mr. 'SM ,Mrs, \VhHfetforts. ' 1 rlarold .Se.y f .,. ~ ccmber '17 ffbrri' uta! •had beefi .with the" 'structj6n cprtibafty , a. _ Nev:, the past two years'. „. preserlt he Is employed in the shoe department at the S.' * " store.' Mr, and M*s. "Ever,eii MaMiS, Jiine and Alffh of ^thervflle Spejnt last week-Sunday'iwSth" the former's sister 'and 'pr,other-in- law, Mr. and MrsV Hc/mei- Ander?on, and his motifer, Mrs. 'fda May Harris. The Harrises are fomer Algonians and Mr. Harris now operates a 'fbMt rr 'shop at Estherville and also carries *a ine of furnitpre. Mr, anjd Kjfrs. Chester Willey and farfiily returned last w'eek ^^Miiiifsiiilii . I)eena JJohlhaas Heftry J. Kbhlhaas*, 1 Wr- attd 'Mrs, '.Chei WiJiJ ancTMF> finders:.Bob Wm gently visited, at Mason, City .with % and Mrs. William Wai' l&co and Katheriiie Williams, sister 1 and brother r ih-law and sister respectively of ,Chet Wil-' [lams. v ^ Mr. and Mrs, Darrell Sparks spent Christmas, with the latte'r'S parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moulds at Bend, Ore., and £tre not expected home for several more days'. ,The Moulds,'former Algonians, moved "there'about a - <i 'rTT 1 *TVr *" jV"* T ' J"' 1 . /-J.J.W vviCf IjMas. day jthey;$efe .tiififte* l«; of Mr",, aftf f'Mfs- ' tfolift ka „ J. 6ook; Other 1 gtu&ts ofinthfci-tWheelodks ^rTe 'tffeir "•"•"•l^ ^'Jid^s'qfl'itijlaV,,' Sift , - \ -> ; > » «. < • (fs.;H|iir,y ( lP, -Webe* it a 'Christmas d}n"-> -\;- t ra- -iftitiPty Men,ds: Mr. dndfMrg. WJHard - ^Sanford ahd (Larry^ i^[r. and Mrs. ^Fra'nk of • . Mr. %Wo6d- . t Mrsr;ffe*me" Ittdther of Mrs.'La'Ae,. ^ " . Mr, arid Mrs. Jeiffy t^tftjf frft rfanie left Ited her grandm<jtfi£ frbm thefe<\ve"nf th't arks, therice t6 f ffilsa,;uKia 1 rDai i Ms. Teit,, ,Gulf Pqft, ^Natdh^l antf Vicksburg; Miss.,'tftvellftpW all 3300 miles. '• »>•-•**-#•*•*'-*£->-> Thursday night. ~-"S£^ /i t.t i i Entire Stock of Fall and Winter Coats, Suits and Dresses at Greatly Reduced Prices! ' ' M ^ Oyr Goal Is To Sell Two Hundred Garments. That ' 'I .'f.l"ii' r • - . . Means We Must Offer Extrjja&fjdjnciry Values And is VVhqt VOM '"" " ,, ' H-« 4, Itarts Wednesday Morning at 9 A.M. (No Approvals • No Exchanges o^No Returns • No Charges) !,*. i :"* ,« •->. '^,1 •>;?;', fXTRA SPEGJAL! NYLON HpSE $1.50 value—sale price $1.00 SWEATERS Entire stock of slip-overs- V2 Prlc^ CURTAINS Ruffled—regular 5,95 value—sajie price $2.98 * "•'*•••••• ' ' \ " '' ' BLOUSES Beautiful prints {n all sizes—sale price $1.00 h Scoies of Other Mentioned Here; J) •>(" , I EXTRA SPECIAL! RAYON 1.00 value— sa|e price r otnt J 1 Our regu|qr',$2,79 „•.-»! qijqhty— sale-price •/ , "r $2,39 PURSES Save now on these at . > > u- V2 Priise * ^ SHIRTS targe rack !•> '.».,!• ,» ¥2 Pri^ EXTRA SPECIAli ANKLETS Values to 79c , Sale Price 29<? tP $1P,95 Sale price $4.29 ^,>,'> TMMfi i - 1 i' MI "?'*- * f v > 4'4^"^ I ^kMd^h. ••• ^ _^, A ^_. __L >t- i\«^^^ ;• * «^.|-*^i '«. f ffj ,,- fr>.. ^ •#*/;'. •{%& ^?:^rio^

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