The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1948 · Page 2
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Upper ttes Motttei Tuesday, February 10,, 1948 Wednesday - Thursday, February 11-12 ^ Barbara Stanwyck and David Niven "THE OTHER IOVE" Added~J;MtekEY'g DELAYED DATE" Friday.- Saturday, February 13-14 Friday, February 13rh-Midnight 11:30 P.M. ,. ,. tm f too/tfm is^M YOU'LL BE SHOCKED 1 7 ' DICK TRACY MEETS GRUESOME Co-Hit-"CRY OF THE WEREWOLF" Free Ticket Except for Tax Only (Federal .09 State .01) Tupsday, Feb. 17— next week to all who attend Midnight Show. Sunday - Monday, February 15-16 JUST A for a BEAUTIFUL GAL! James Stewart KfNI SMITH • NEB SPARKS • DONMD MEEK • WALUCE FORD A<|4ecl— ",SPAP HAPPY "LION" Tuesday , FetirMqry 17 VAIPRIA HQBSON in fiCTATIONS" bjrhis \Vife, left ,f6f A f EW -HOURS 6KAPED QUE^TlKJ PHREYBOGMT LAUREN BA BENNETT MOOREHEAD Mr. and Mrs. Rlehafd were Weekenders' l«re VO^tft^ tne parental Jbhri WheelotkV. RafrH^ ard is a G.I. plan freshrrtan at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, and is pi-oparing for commercial chemistry. ' Mrs. Inez Wolf, reporter for the Algona NcvVspapers, was stricken Vyith pneumonia, last week) and is now' confined to hcf home at 204 E. Grove St. She is reported as making good progress toward recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Williarii Holdr'en came from Cedar Falls, Friday, to spend the weekend with the former's grandmother, Mrs: Kather- iriQ. Holdren arid father M. J. Holdren. They, stopped en route here to attend the basketball game at Webster City. William is a student at the Iowa State Teachers' college. Mrs. E. Plait and son Herman' returned Thursday frorii Beach', Bluffs, Tenn., where they, had iey Mr." visited several days with Mr. 'and IVtrs. Hal Edcoclc, sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Platt. Mr. ,and Mrs. Raymond Pefll- grew had' as guests Wednesday 1 the latter's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Ed Pergande, of LuVerne. The Pettigrews spent. the weekend with the Pergandes. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Peterson spent from Sunday till Thursday ast week at Chicago, 111., arid Milwaukee, Wis., on a, buying rip. They left Sunday for Des Moincs and will be there a few lays attending . the Iowa retail lardware dealers association o'f which Mr. Peterson is a director'. Kenneth Wichmanri resumed iis,work at the Consumers store, Thursday, following an illness of icveral clays with strep throat: Mrs. Willis Colwell, Gary arid Jimmy, wen.t to Clarion last : week Tuesday to visit her parents, Mi-, and Mrs. O. G. Day. Her husband joined her there for the weekend and all returned home Sunday. Mrs. B. H. Potter spent from Monday till Friday at St. Paul with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Van de Walker. Sunday she and her husband spent the day at Ringsted with their daughter, Mrs. Alviri Nelson, and were joined there by another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Kooker, of Milford. George Johnson returned Friday from Wa'urengton, Ore., where he had spent a month with his daughters Mrs. Dale Craven and Mrs. Yturia Turrie. .•"'. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthus spent Monday at Des Moiri'es where the former transacted business. Tuesday Mrs. 'Presthus spent the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johannason, near Bancroft 1 . Wednesday she hlanagefg spent tl&f her sisUf' and Mr! Mall Slreli'affe converitiori of fai'm Tuesday and Wednesd was held'irf-the Meftft*. the Iowa State college campus, Ames. * M*. Slid Mfti, tbm spent the weekerid 'fet with Mr. tmd Mfg'wHo " I itvdfo 1 /^LftJ.lrtjki 11 Kail's rxna* ureiner^ naa* ••t****** gcr'at'Mercy hdSpitalt Fcfrt E January 29. She is*now*at but will not resume her Work at the Norton machine shdp j folf a little longer. tt * •' . )..• fiari&rd , •Has&ferd 5 Sjpeift' the weekend With; her' parents? Miv and Mrs. M., P,' Haggafd. Oh. her return to Des Molnes she was, accompanied by her sister,' Mrs. Fori-esT Twogobd, who' left" frohT there for her home at Los~ Angeles, Calif. She had, been," heYe the past two months duYitig her'fath- rt**'r*' tti Al*,'vV2tri-fi- ' tjK' ' 1r|-"«43H&*.- •A'jatt/i.S-dV Home- er s erabl irn'l _. He •pvgd.' eM$& to . _., . the flu. Mr", ahd-Mrs! hairier carrie home- tTh'e'first'ot'.M, week frbrri' an" autcf' ttrip''ivSJH|eH' took them to pdirits'' iix Kahs'fis' considerably sdtlth' of KAfSKS City. It was a bu'sin'e's>" ti'ipY.fbr Melzar and was rha^e' fry* a'tito 1 , Most of the riaved' roads found to be' 1 icy -w-*-..i*f»-w *MoHda^, whwe they • ex ted.to,sbphd.. several weeks ..,.h* ,Di < KlB6u« ( to' flther and rriotfroty who'have spent their Winters -there for t several years. •Mn ! BOUKife , Sr,» '* has/, sUffef m. lat tel P who his '?' His' . ^tor O. W. n su'ff ciently te-cWei-'ed sevejre sciatic,', alt&Ck- tb , his bulplt and get around with a cane, spent last Thursday atitto- chester. ''"' but the graveled ' ' rcfads 1 , ' ttiey struck were' in better 1 'sh' ' L had' as redenf 'gue'sis'^ Aft! 1 ' ah ' s'^ Aft 1 of Maiich' ' Mrs. Harold' Hyirier of Maiich'eisti er, sister and brotheV'-iri'lawV df Mrs. Ostrum. tits. S&raK', seriously sick with' ' pneumonia the past week but 1 is novtf'ifrtj& ing. She has been bared for her daughters Mi's. George" ' inan of Swea City, arid' . Blanche^Salisbury. Other daughV ters who have be'eri ' ( he'ref .tg'.sgfe her are Mesdames Wayng son of Alta, Williani S^Hillin'ger of Emrnetsbiirg, Oscar WestbA of Blue Earth, Minn., ancl ; ' Carl' t BjSk! „.. _* -d — i^ /-..-.•_;;_• ' er of Eagle Gr'Ove 1 . Mr. Delmar McFadderi. her son .and daughter-in-law, of 1 Fort, Dodge have been here. There are 'two' other sons in-the farnily, Ste'wart with, whom she makes her home. Miltori of Muscatine, ,\ Cecil of Saskatchewan,, Can. Mrs. Ge'drg^ Palmer is p alsb"a daughter v 6f ; Mrsi McFadderi.; \^-.:\ • '' : , ",'•,'..,• William Hi. Bteckei:; son,..ofvl4r; and Mrs. W. J* 'Becker,^ came Thursday from. Canip ; Kilfnei'V N. J., Where,he h'ad;.l^nded Jari^i'ary 26 from Heidelberg, VGeen&hy. He had been'there"the past'year and-a half and wae instructor in a-band: Later he"plans-to'atteh'd school. . ' say j A. M. 'Jasperson^ who "i v e- ceriUy suffered hjs third /severe •heart attack, is "jUst'-'Mf v a'f\'d holding his own." At the height of this atta'6k his daligh'ters^ Mrs. H. L, McC6rkle, here/'arid 1 Mrs*. 1 Heste'r Young, 'Clear Lake, went by rilane to see him,-and-they are still'there.'. They wlll-retUfh by t^ain. MK Jasperson,- now an his 80's,'. was foi*, many years an ac- tiVe; Algonian, before moving to California sbm0 20 '.years ago, "D*. arid' Mis. Ha*bld', Meyet h&d' aSj' weekerid guests Donald Ve'hjslage, nepheiv of'Mrs. Meyerf of F,airfield, arid Mr. and Mrs. PhilO Bensene, sister and bfbth- er-irf-laW .bf ,Dr. Meyer, of Spirit Lake. - , '' M'k H. W.' Wilier ant: Mary Louise are "visiting Mrs.' Miller's' 'parents, Mr .and Mrs. B. E.- Kuchenbecker, . at Owatonna, ••Minn. They will return the, last' of the week. , ' '• Mrs. Sophia'Granzow, who'fell last,week'-and injured her wrist, is completely, recovered. and up 'and.around as Usual. She spent Saturday with - her son and daughter'-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Albert. Gfanzow. , Mr.'and Mrs. .Alfred Semon had as guests' Monday Mr. and :Mrs. Herman TTandel of MansOn. and' Father Edward Faridel of SanbiDrri, Mrs/ Louise. Peter, and- Harold Went .to Biirt, Sunday, to attend the 'christening- of Wayne 'Carl, grandson of- Mrs; Peter arid son of Mr. and Mrs: Rudolph* Peter, at the'Luthe'ran church with the Rev. Wright; officiating. Sponsors were Mrs: Edward' Tjetz arid • Carl Peter; A" family dinner' Was served following .the ritesT Mr; arid' Mrs. Curlis u .Miith v - arid Mr. 'arid' Mrs: 'Leo -Fridere's ! spent Sunday at ; St'.Jbg with' Mr. arid Mrs. Norbert Frideres. Mr. &nd Mrs; .Harveyt Reid: and Mr,' ;and Mrs. Mu'rl 1 P.otter topic their .respective : sons^ Allen, and Tomrny, to . Emmetpburg,-. Friday, for. some skating,- They wer.e ac- compariied byj'WajHie Samp. ALGONA JUNIOR Tyme Full comedy play that is a scream . , . f ull- minstrel '.show with endmen and interlocutor . . . seven howling specialty acts'. . . cancan chorus donee with 8 beautifulgirls . . . comedy dances .... spjos ofjtieSpHfhlan'4,, , . rope escape wizard . . , two full orehestras~(oKe* oft the 4 stage',' one*in';tb>;'plt) . , , you'll never forgive yourself'if you miss this s biggest sKov/of th'^seflson! -' S» T ALGONA HIGH SCMOOli AUDITORIUM. 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