The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1948 · Page 8
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fue^day, Jaaoafy 3?, t?48 Adtee Ktifi*, ds Mrs, Julius KunZi rece for Los Ahgeles> Calif., She Mil spind the* w'intef, valets fti'ih* Halve? Friday, were their son daughter-in-law, Mr. and Everett Steven of Sexton. Where 1 &f|Janies, borii JahUdry- e'ft | August Ertg<?l of $hilc atid Mrs. L. L. Rlter attended An Allls- . Chalmers Conference City, Monday. at Mason Dr. ahd Mrs. R. K. Richardson spent from Friday till Sunday with friends in Des Moines. Mrs. John Andetson had been sick since Friday and confined to bed. Minnie Medin is 'caring for her. Elsie Woods of LuVerne and Mrs. Arlene Thomas are new ton" Coonan of Des waitresses at the Coffee Shop brother of Mrs. Streit Dr. F. flurried _.. . . Sunday from a brief visit with his father, D. J. Scanlan, at Rock Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz left Wednesday for Fort Laiider- dale, Fla., where they will vacation a month. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Slreil had as guest last Week Tuesday, Mil Moines A NEW . , . LOVELY SPRINGTIME SHADE ... DAWN Velvety smooth suede . . . soft as the morning sky. Dawn grey . . . newest spring color . . . blends beautifully with the subtle spring shades you'll be wearing: Beautifully designed . . . this wealth of shoecrcift comes to you at a surprisingly low price 7.95 T ... and Mrs. Cllnlefi Llghfer lia*d as recent guests their dJ(ugh> ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy Peterson of Humboldt. Cr. aftd MrS. F, C. Seanlan spent the weekend at Mu'gdatihe with their daughter ahd son-itt- law, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Halpln. "Chuck" Nicaulin expects la le,avc February 1, for Hollywood, Calif., whfeje he will rerrtam a Month with his sister, Mrs. Lou Quinlan. L. E. Linnan went to Ofnaha, Neb., cm business early in the week and later in the Week wi go to- Iowa City on a mission. Douglas Brown, student at the Iowa State Teachers college, C6 dar Falls, spent last weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs A. L. Brown. Mr. ancf Mrs. E. .£. Finnell of Spencer and their sons Jay anc Pete spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. V Finnel's mother, Mrs. P. J. Greiner. Mr. and Mrs. Leo.Spilles returned Thursday from'ji week's buying trip at St. Louis, Mo., and Chicago, 111., for the Spilles affiftl?, fa here •-•*. *TJ.* »Jt UI I I £ LI Jf cpny6le,tcqnce. Mtt. Mr. aaa M*§. Muffed-jSmi had as weekend guests Mr. # Mrs. Mower Bradley and MaV Sue of Columbia, S. D. Mr. Bratf , . . . rct ley is manager 6f {he S'^ndiak fe'detal fefuge. ' • •* ^ Mrs. James freja«d and Kteihy Sue came ffom HaSelcresF, ill, Tuesday for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mild Rente, , Mrss Ire ...... ' mei- CdfinielRen Hardware* company. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith had as weekend guests their daughter and son-in-law, 'Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harr, Susan Rae and Michael of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. James Schneider, Bob and Sharon, spent Sunday at Pocahontas with the latter's father, Martin' Zatloukal, and sis- te,rs Harriet and Julia. Mrs./D. L. Schoenfeld left Saturday >-. for Harrisonville, Mo. where she will spend a week with her husband's parents, Mr and Mrs. C. H. Shoenfeld. Mrs. J. W. Pentecost tripped over a rug last week and was thrown forward on her face. She suffered a rib injury and a badly bruised nose and chin. Mrs. Tom Bruns and little son Walter returned Sunday from Mitchell. S. D k , where they had been visiting v at the parental Fred Shandorf home a few days Mrs. Martha-- Rammer, mother of Mrs. Albert Slobe, who had been here the past month visiting her son-in-law and daughter, left last week for her home at Cedar Falls. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reed, Sunday, were the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reed and Mr. and Mrs. James McNerney of Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith are parents of their first child, a son *i* -«• * kiiitp May Maynard c ,uu. at.au. Sunday at porwithH with. ' Shackelford's paren'ls, Mr. Mrs. Robert/Stevens. Mrs. Dean' Schlick recently / Jf, 'and Mft f, A to leave the' ilfSfr bi tte.,., % five-day , Vacation • $i Bluffs, Tenn.'i "With Mft Hal Edtiock, sister and in-law-'of •Mrs.-'Pl&tt.'Mft An4*.1n«>Vl4 -I ' ' 1U1. Jf Ij, Cream .fa ' her mr.ehts, Mr. artd Mrs. Alfred Davidson at Charles City and waS ; 'itei6mpanied!Home by her sisftr, ( p$. R&ymbiJd Ziereth for a few da'ys visit. ' I j Mrs. "Bill" Steven' and little son Craig were at Britt last week with relatives while Mr. Steven was at St. Louis", Mo., attending a convention. He is rr|inager of the Woodward store. Myers Judy of Brush, Colo., father of Mrs. C. H, Simpson, \vho has been here for s&me time, left Sunday for Newton to visit his son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson spent from Monday till Friday January 11, to the 16th, at Ma- Sonville , called there, *by the death of the ' former's ' niothcr Mrs. W. B. Robinson, 81. Gary Rentz, 17,, son of Mr.'and Mrs. Milo Rcnlz, is planning to leave for Des Mqincs, February 1,' to take examination for entrance into the navy. If he passes he will go to San Diego, Calif. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer had as a guest the past week, Elizabeth Ahrens, sister of Mrs. Sawyer, who left Thursday for Chey Algdna I'tesvfi 'fftctftrVi '' r ' '^ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black & turned • Saturday;, front 'Cmcafror 111., where they Ji&j-'sfl 1 " 1 * days \yith ' tjte '• ujuun?r Everett, a pallet veterans' hospital', who has* be"en iew weeKB .visit at. D6mlflg INt ,&t, with tfie Bert'QalbrartHf and diughtsts Janet Low, and 'Janice Marie they weht OB -to .Santa Ana, , c«iif, f to • visit' Sen Kfioli,.. •' - ..^-f...™., VY4.li IJCtO UCC11 there a month receiving'.treatment for nitjlaMa. ' ' ' • ""' Mr. ahd scond drstrict n-eMd a m^etihg• f tft If P the Miss ' . had '"of SSffiS Mr. and Mfs. Lyle Raney parents of a dau ' Aclele, borh Sunday, hospital, at Mrs. Freda Mrs. Raney, Raney's son •"ffifcj'K aaSS g^'fltpi ftics dpy morning after ten 'days at - enne, Wyo., where she is super- mtendaant of .nurses at the Memorial hospital. Dr. L. D. Potter went to Schaller, Wednesday, to bring home his wife, who had gone there Sunday to visit their daughte and son-in-law, Mr. and Mr Don McDonough. They returned home Thursday. Johnnie, six-year-old-son o Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Oakland, ha; been out of school the past Wee with a bad cold. Visitor at the Oaklands Saturday was Mrs A Aamodt of Elmore, 'Minri., sistei of Mrs. Oakland. ,. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lichter are parents of their second son Stephen J., born Sunday at theii home. Mrs. Lichter is the former Maxine- Hood and 'her husband is employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone. .' Mrs. Ruth Kintigh Accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Carl Korneisel of Britt to Onawa Wednesday, where .they attended funeral Relatives have received - word from Mrs. Charles Heard that she left the hospital at Rochester, Minn., Saturday, having Tier surgery, and has returned to her home at Douglas, Minn., ten miles from Rochester, where she and her husband have a cabin camp. ' , Mrs. A. L. Brown, Mrs. Wil- berg, Mrs. Henry L'ooft, 'Mrs. a'daughter Mfs. W. L, Martin. tech, St. and MtsV Glare is .-in the,air- ^cOrps located at THE FIRST OFFFEfl. 18 Nealy Hatchery BtJRT. IOWA £1 When you're in the driver's seat human lives are In your hands. That's why it's so important to keep your car in perf mechanical condition. Every life is precious—yours, your family's, your friends. new Drive with a clear conscience by having us, yogr factory-franchisee: check your e car regularly— recondition it when needed > remember when you drive there's LIFE AHBAD, handle with care! lntigh arny. 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