The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 13, 1948
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"•) ' $fc r^ j fci S>' V ' & T f.^uit «• Vi? f iflfos. Lena fieenken a surprise party , Wheh a 1 ol her ehndttn IfShdehildreh arrived 16 e Evening. The gUests a undh with them and the 1 |WftB spent Visiting artd sihgV IBHfis'tmas carols, 'Children Ehteir, families present were; fid Mr's.Gep, Beenkeh, El* -Mr, and Mrs, Fred Farm- Lakbta;. Mr, and Mrs. War- krs< Fred Mwl<y3lek hWr • fteeftfcfcn, Ml', 6h OeVrled an/ Mr, artd Beehk6tt> all of f it6nka* Emm'etsburgl-The _ .._ Democrat recently featured, a«fi page picture of Sherwood f>ott who lately -camfe frohl Algofia 1 ., be* manager of the local HaWldf grocery. Potter, bought' Mere. • • • • • I i**. GRUtJt <% % '*\ /fe OYS V)) 1 r /fc^'i <•' r*te '«'*>; , •/,•>'*! : ,/>'V'~ T" £ .-/ ( 7F) r<=3 i^\ k( 3B\ REFRAIN Section Foreman At Swea Buys Small Acreage Swea A Eagle-Donald Attestad of Kensett recently purchased the small acreage with house and small buildings in Swea~ township of Mrs. Fern Peterson. The acre'. age is known as the former Swed- sh Baptist parsonage. The Aues- tads have two children and will move here. Mr. Auestad is section foreman of the Rock Island at Swea x City. To Have Mew Home Earnie Pattersons, whose farm home burned a short time ago are living at home of her parents Henry Schulers. They are tenants on Mrs, Olive Anderson's-farm. Mrs. Anderson has hired Will Meyer and some helpers, who began work this week erecting a two story structure „ five room house. Plaster board will be used to speed up the finishing. The house is placed on former foundation but much work on that will have to be done when weather warms next spring. ^ **** v **» k H&£ \:.K;.< • f'V Thursday, Jan. 1, of a sort, He was named Craig Edward.' His grandparents are Mr. and Mfs. Severt Holm of Grant towilship. Early Resident Of Seneca Dies Seneca: ^enecans received Word Tuesday evening that Charles Jacbosott, a long time Seneca resident, who for the pas several years has lived with hi; family in Minneapolis artd has come back to Seneca at regulai intervals to manage the Jacob* son estate farms, passed away at his home in Minneapolis that after/loon, Mr. Jacobson had suffered a heart attack while here on business near Thanksgiving time and was taken to the Holy Family lospital, where he remained until recently. His condition did not improve, so he was moved :to Minneapolis to be nearer hte family. He is survived by his wife and ;wo daughters, also a brother Aired, who has been living at the f arm here at Seneca. Funeral services were held at Minneapolis, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson, accompanied by the Merle Cul- >ertsons, Francis arid Shirley, at- ended the services. 1 OUR $64 k | question is "what makes a groaner a crooner?" Our answer . . sa complete oil and grease change will ypur car purr and sing like "Bihg." • make R&C MOTOR CO. i t i Across From Legion 'Hall *- «r :Jrti_ .*?.' tf-t !Sf "*•$}.,'$*( j; Farm Changes This Week- The Roy Peters family ar moving, from the farm to Swe -ity where they purchased < louse of Leslie Cassum. Mr. Pet ers will truck, shell corn and do custom tractor work. The Leslie -asum family moved onto a farm ie purchased two years ago. The iarold Krause family who have ived on the farm where Cassum moved onto moved to farm vacated by Roy Peters. Mr. Krause is employed by' Cummons anc Johnson turkey growers who have leased the farm vacated by Peters. (This farm is adjoining land to Cummons & Johnson's turkey farm in Swea township. Homemakers' School The second homemakers leaders training school was held Tuesday, Jan. 6 at 1:15 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Harold Krantz. The subject of lesson "Legal Rights of Married Women", Vas given by Alma Schultz, county home economist. Attending from Swea were Mesdames Emil Larson, J. L Miller, Joe Preston, feettmer Thompson and Maynard Jenson, from Harrison were Mesdames S' , JP ,? f ^ erman > Gu y Woods, Harold Roba. 4-H Boys Club .The/ club met last Monday night with Gordon at parental Harold Jones horrie, This was Dads night and as roll call the boys g^ve their father's hobby or, best sports. A talk on etiquette by June Harncr. Wayne Ban- and Lester Gfettrich, idf Algona-?"were I present? .Mr. GIMHcH*if -g-cTunty 1 'worker for creamery.and dairy project gave a talk on sanitation and clean milk, also showed some " lms - Twenty-three were present, Mrs. Jones served the group Two Aigonians At Buena Vista Storm Lake: Two students irom Algona, la., have registered for a second semester at Buena Vista college, which will open January 26. '**, _ Although the college is serving the greatest number of stu- ctents m its history, rooming accommodations are still available for single students and places have been found for many married students. New courses being offered the second semester are: Nineteenth century English poetry, Shakespear, general library science geography of North America, nistorv of American thought 1876-1859, psychology of learning, psychology of social youth rural -sociology. The Buena Vista students ° m , Algona are: Richard J, Wheelockjmd Boyd A. Granzow: Ax Cuts Ankle Whiilemore: Donald Gunder-' son cut his ankle with an ax Tuesday while he was harvesting ce.' It took several stitches to close the gash. but had a sudden recent attack. M*i and Mrs. Atthu* A. Kleirt, farmers near Sexton, returned recently from Fairhope, Ala. where they visited Mr. Klein's parents and other relatives. M>. and Mrs. John MtMahon, former Algonans, now living at Britl, had business here Friday. MJ>. and Mrs. Telko Sleeker of German township were transacting business 4rt Algona Friday. Ben Meyer and his son Wesley of Titonka were, in Algona Friday. Mrs. Willard Sanfofd and hsr son Larry, Mrs. Virgil Smith and her son Norman spent Friday at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danielson, Lary and, Carl, and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hanson spent Friday evening at the Avery Fitch home at Wesley. Alma Schultz, county hoirt6 economist, spent a few days last Tuesday, January f5?1$48 Week at Cedar Falls with 'her mother, who WaS sick. ' Duane E. Dewel alfended a meeting of the Iowa Press association board at Des Moines, Satui;day. A note from O, J. Stephenson, Santa Ana, Calif., former district court clerk, later for many years an Algona business man, reports that in December he had a sur- Aloona Upper Oei gical operation arid is' ijtrfl-flil crating. He was abbut W • B o back to the hospital for & chlklkl up and dismissal. ? ,« The Al^etia posiartiC^ ftfafi^J^I was a shambles, Friday 'attd Stft» ';*>; urday. Contractors were tSdecf' /'i". orating,, and their , scaffoldJHf'«v,\j gave the lobby an UriUs'lial 'ap?"j'; pearance. The first , I150J 1 ' ,»- " throughout was redecorated. , ••' - ,'\ STORE HOURS: WEEK DAYS 8:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SATURDAYS 8:30 A.M .TO 9:00 P.M. • Women's Coat Values that Shout COATS FORMERIY PRICED UP TO $35.00 Imagine, .warm as toast, 100% wools in-meltons, suedes and luxurious fleeces. Beautiful bargain group of belted and boxy coats. Your favorite colors. Sizes 10-20. COATS ORIGINALLY UP TO $40 SSrPiece DINNERWARE SETS .' i «' Service for 12 Choice of Four Patterns 5t) M M ' ^ MrSl J ' L< Miller < Mr. and 'Mrs. Roy Miller, of Buffalo Center left Wednesday for a short visit in St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Larson and Janet Thackcry were Monday evening dmenr guests at Walter U Peterson s. Mrs. Peter Peters and Mrs. Emil Larson called Wednesday afternoon on,-Mrs. Gus Overfield who is ill at her home near the state line, , ( Robert Sanders underwent an appendectomy Saturday, Jan. 3 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Robert is employed as farm hand at George Harner's. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Loos of Elmore, Minn,, were parents LOCALS Mrs. R. W. Miller is at Esther- yule, called there by the serious illness of her sister, Mrs. Buena Merrpn. Mrs. Merron had been '•"-"""""hg ,v£$£ well from av [merit ol some"^months *' Order Your BABY CHICKS U. S. Approved-U. S. Pullo- rum Controlled Ducklings and Turkey Poults First chick hatch on< February 18, 1948. Phone or mail your order now or see our representative. ' SWEA CITY HATCHERY Swea City, Iowa Phone 35 ' u2tf Another group of lovely thrift coats ... choose from all wool plaids, fleeces, coverts and suedes. Many hooded styles, swing backs! Warmly interlined. Sizes 10 to 20, .38 to 44. COATS ORIGINALLY UP TO $50 Toasfy warm fabrics in .100% wool suedes, coverts, fleeces .and mel- rfi tons. The seasons smartest styles |B in long gored skirts, swing backs, • hooded beauties and sharp little ^shorties. The new look for a little price. OF WOMENS HATS $1 and $2 .'nl s, '/ • 12 DINNER • -i 2-LUCH'EON PLATE'S; ft ,12 SALAD f 12 CUPS t HZ SAUCERS MiAT PLATTiRS SALE! Regular $4.49 LI'L GENTS HIGH SHOES Regular $4.98 DRESS-UP OXFORDS BOYS' SHOES Men's $25 to $45 REDUCED TO $ 17and $ 27 i f* * * t * * Yes, the greatest values, in years . . . what comfort; what warmth) what smartness! Fine selection of your favorite fabrics. Cheviots, tweeds, luxurious full lined fleces and rich velours. Herringboneqnd diagonal weaves ... all the, most popular shades. Single and; double breasted styles. Regulars, shorts and longs. / :, Clearance i WOMEN'S AND MISSES DRESSES Values balore in -this fashion wise group of dresses. Formerly $.10.95 and $14.95 values. Semi-Annual Shoe Sale .Women's Sport, Dress and Play Shoes Reduced To ... :1 Z PRICE Formerly priced at $3.98 to $8.95, Your choice of materials, colors, heel heights) Not pll sizes and widths in all styles, Sizes tPilO AAA to C. Choice for Ygjein te$ I 5^^'i^Jl^B^^^^^ "j 'Goedufiar u/Ait lantkaH SA)^/ Wkn* «t<»<i'<A <«»J,:.i 1 jfi.lf *S ,Acii*»h : »/««lnali-.;ai:' t ,A very special offering of this season^. fashions that represent tremendous' savings for you. Sizes 9-15, 10-20, 38-44. - Failles, gabardines, crapes and printed 'jerseys. Ornamental 'trims • and dressmaker details. , ; ' • ) Reduced To "''^ ,; i< ,„-, i$ .:& A*; 1 ' J ^ -& Kromex "KAKOVER"—$1.19 Reg. 1.98J Value Men's Navy JACKETS—99c Reg. 1.69 Value * Men's. Wool DRESS GLOVES—$1,19 Reg. 1.99 Value >'" ^^^^^^^^^^^ , f \ Mens - c, WOOL SHIRTS-^r$3.95 f Valwes to $8.95 v. „/, ,-•& f \ 4i3l ^ , Mens R,ayon or \-\[ WOOL SCARFS^r$i!l9 , Reg. £98 Vqlug / ,' ' ' $K! Boy's Woo! tp,4,95: Fflmows Sysquehqnna . ^v*S« *- \« t •''*-> *»•. v -- ; ^^^P ^^^B ^R^W m ?H' mpHm r ^^p ? IPB-^* ^pp ' , ' . ". •. - - * * -n V 1- J "f iK^f-'. W1KW i Mr mw Wm-'wl-'Wn ftl^' - ' • »« / v^ : '~. 4 '^T S7 3P Ml j^m!^ £t

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