The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1948 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 20, 1948
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\vill be Interested in learning >o her maWS-ge New Year's Eve at St. LouisV'Mo., to A. P. Masters The bride Had been\ employed in the dining ' room at the New AU gona hotel and the groom is employed as salesman by a company Waking engines for use in clectrifc" light plants. The couple Will nVake -their home at St. Louis. ;-". Howafd Rulledge, who suffered a proken arm and both legs brokcfi, and .other injuries, in an accident several months ago •when he was Aiding n motorcycle and ccllidfgJL with, the back of a parked car,"'is' still a patient at tho iVeterans hospital, Des Moinos. .ftis recovery is slow and it will probably be a few more months before he can be released. . ,,- - . Mr. and Mrs. Dale Culberison wont to Emmetsburg, Monday, to attend funeral services for Al Hildebrand, father of Mrs. Cul- bertsoh, who died Friday from a heart ', attack. He had not been in good health'for some time. Mrs; Bessie Waddell left Sal urday ! for a visit with relatives at her former home at Manchester arid, will also spend some time at Rysin with relatives. The length of her visit was indefinite. 'She makes her home with her sontiri-laW and daughter, the Rev. a,njj}._Mrs, 'R. F. Kittrell. Mrs. Douglas Hiley spent couple of days at Des Moines lasl week ;wlth her husband, who has been -a patient at the Veterans hospital several weeks. Tuesday his son Diiane and brother Arthur of LuVerne went to Des Moines and brought him home on a 30-day leave. If. at the end of this time, he continues to improve, he will not return there till a'routine check-up is neces stiry. ; Mr. 4 and Mrs. Herman Funk and their son and daughter-in- law Mr. ' and Mrs. Frederick Funk'of Humboldt, went to Sigourney last week Sunday to attend the funeral rites for William Feckley, Gl. brother of Mrs-. Herman Funk, who died at Central Point, Ore., following a long illness. • f *> Mr. and Mrs. Morris Givens and the .former's mother Mrs. Lucy Giveh& have had as guest Mrs. C. M/ Givens of Coulter, aunt of Morris Givens. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Lytle, who recently came here from Ohio, the former to manage the vari- store previously known as the Cummings store, are living in the W. H. Godden home while they are on vacation in the south. Before returning horhe, the Goddens expect to visit 'their daughter and son-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lucey at Stateft Island, New York. Mr. .and Mrs. kennelh Wichman and Tommy have been sick with "strep" throat .and Mrs. John Grotte, mother of Mrs. Wichman, has been sick with the flu and bedfast the past week. Mrs. Ralph Wichman, mother of Kenneth, came from Des Moines 1 ^ Upon conclusion of their Vlsi here Mrs. Funk returned With them and a family reunion held at the parental home. 11 is the first time in IS yeafS the entire family had been together. Mrs. Lina Uhlemann, rtioiher of Mrs. Raymond Galbraith', who **. last week Monday to cfre for them. She has another son Jack, a student at the Iowa State university, Iowa City, whose wife recently gave birth to their first born, a son whom they have named Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Gunder had as last weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Tripp, Ann and Janet. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Stuart, Mrs. Edna Sweig and Frances "•under, all of Ames, the latter two students at the Iowa State college, and additional dinner guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs, Glen Whittinger of Sioux Rapids. Walter Chelchowski came makes her home here with her daughter and son-in-law, lefl Friday for Chicago, 111., for -a visit with her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Uhlemann. Mrs. Irvin Elheringlon went to Danbiiry, Wis., recently to visit her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cutler, to whom a daughter was born Jan* uary 4. This is the third child, the others being boys. From there Mrs. Etherington went lo Duluth, Minn., to visit another daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Esberg. Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard left Thursday for a fortnight va* cation in • the Southwest. Their destination was undecided, preferring to take a 'leisurely trip and perhaps spend a part of the time at Tucson, Ariz. Charles Fox and Mary Alice spent last week Sunday at Bancroft with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox, the latter of whom had not been feeling well but is How much improved from the attack of flu. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Friesner recently spent a day at Stanhope with Mr. and , Mrs. Edourc Thompson, brother and sister-in- Wednesday from New York City'law of Mrs. Fr'iesner. to loin hi« \viff» nnH liahv nnrl .... 2. to join his wife and baby and take them home. Mrs. Chelchowski, sister of Sam Haag, has been here the past two months with her brother and his family. Mrs. Almira Green went lo Owatonna. Minn., last week Monday for a two weeks visit with Mrs. Lettie Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg spent the weekend at Minneapolis, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fridell. sister and brother- in-law of Mrs. Greenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Greiner have as guests their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Murchland of Sturgeon Bay. Wis., who will remain here a few weeks. They are also visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Robin- ault. Mrs. Robinault is mother of Mr. Murchland. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fosnaugh recently visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Waltman, Ceylon. Minn. Mr. Waltman has aeen sick with a heart attack but is now improved. Mr. and Mrs. William Funk nad as guests a few weeks ago :he letter's parents, Mr. and Mis. Willis Scoville of Marshalltown. W. A. t>ulton, who has been suffering from an attack of shingles' the past few weeks, is gradually improving. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dution have received word of the critical sickness of Clarence Montgomery,- 69, brother-in-law of Mr. Dutton, at Forest City. Mr. Montgomery, G9, has been marshal there a number of years. Mrs. Agnes Eischeid has had as guest her sister-in-law Mrs. Elsie Carman of Climatf, Saskatchewan, Can. From here, after, a week's visit, she went to Wesley to visit a brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, August Garman. At Corwith 'she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dawson and will return home February 1. She has found the Iowa climate colder than that of Canada. Mrs. Arnold Elberl, accompanied by her mother 'Mrs. Agnes Miller and William Gilbride, for whom Mrs. Miller is housekeeper, went to Fort Dodge Thursday. Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harris, has returned to school following two weeks at home with chicken pox. the.Odfedftie^ftiWfMM.i „.. niost UftcQlfiteglnf, ,§Tiirtey imfsrovid ,fapidlyi aftd Is,, Awaiting some final tests 6 her felfease 4»d > rfcttttft" " butwo6d, ,,wh6se tohysidil tuu tioft Was less flig&d, is alsSM proving, butfhe w,m.-not '" to come. hbme „ for '~some M*. and ,tt*i,«o«i«tta speftt Sunday . at'', „,„, with Mr. Sfid Mrs. Hafold rram« bach, parents of Mrs. Heinet;" • Mf. and Mr*. Jdhrt Hftltitlfi had as Weekend Visitor; '-""" daughter Casgie.'whtf is^efn ed at Fort D&dge. . ^Mr. and Mft. Alberi H*gg, Franklin and Alvin, spe'tft Sat' urday at Hurriboldt With Mr. 'Iftd Mrs. Franklin Errtst, brother ahd sister-in-law of Mrs. Magg, "who formerly lived at Rutland, but have recently • moved to 4 fafm near Humboldt. ' •/.."•• Mrs. Mary Miller had as gu*»L her. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford and Gerald 'of Minneapolis, ' Minn., her sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ge6rge Miller and Betty Jean of Fresno, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Dolf Miller and Dale of Grinhcll. A family reunion was held Sunday at which the visitors were joined by. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf, \Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Wilkins, ahd. their . respective I families. '' The Crawfords left-Monday for. Indianola to- visit and from thft-e were going to Kansas City, Mo., to visit relatives, thence .to Florida for a six weeks vacation. The trip is a graduation gift to the son, Gerald, who recently c&ffi- pleted his studies at the-Minnesota State university. ' ' Order Your j BABY CHICKS Now U. S. Approved-U. S. Pull'o- • rum Controlled Ducklings and Turkey Poults First chick hatch, on' February 18, 1948. Phone or mall your order now 'or 'see our representative. '.'•.;•' :•'•'. i-..' SWEACITY HATCHERY Swea City, Iowa Phone 35 •- •" ' . ".u2tf Tuesday, January 20, 1948 COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. ForOfteDoij At Algona Flour & Feed Co. if ,. \", -.' -. tn . . . ; . , > •, Beautiful, work-saving BY- MULLINS . . . priced within the reach p? everyone IflTui. Archer Daniels Midland Feed Expert Will Be Here Saturday to Discuss Feeds With Farmers- Come and Bring Your Questions! If you're really interested in good animal reproduction, fast growth,, and high production, make a special trip to Algona Fli?ur &. Feed Co. next Saturday. You'll hear expert feed men from Archer Daniels Midland give you the straight out fects^rijthe. ne^sj; teedijng.rnet^ds, You / ll;.s%''o'd/ ccimplete new l.irie ,of Archer Qualfty Feeds, including hog suppjemenis, sowr;and pig m ard rnidds, dairy feeds, dairy concentrates, potjltry balancers, soy JDean rrieal and, others. Duringj grain,shortage times, these arej^imgs'you want to know. This is a special one-day feature especially arranged to bring to KossutH farmers theJat- est information on Feeds! 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