The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1948 · Page 4
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4-Algono Ufrper.Dftt MoJn«* Tu^day, February 10, 1949 Bright New Compliments! .... for your new suit or skirt. Lovely, lovely blouses some tailored, some dainty and ptlm. White and colors. $2.98 to $6.95 GIBSON'GIRL BLOUSEi. Washable while cotton with gros grain bow S4.25 While Muliifilament crepe long sleeves '; , $5.95 Washable Miami cl6ih, long sleeve — pastel shades — and boy collar , $5.95 Lovely lace;trimmed blouse with lorig, %, or short sleeves, in white crepe-and pastel colors. . $3.50 to $7,95 Whirlaway" The new. look in skirls in wool crepe. Black and colors. ... $7.95 Fashioned of washable Mia- mi'clolh in pastel colors—lo match or contrast with blouse. $5.95 The shirt,".of heavy^ black rustling Faille clolh. '$6.50 As above 'only with 200 in - •"•' r '' • '>$10.95 DOUBLE DATER A winler-inlo-spring wardrobe must for A TYPICIAL CAROLE KING GIRL . this one-piece print with its new all-round gathered tunic over a slim, easy skirt. The fabric. Carole King's alone. Nantucket rayon crepe. Junior sizes 9 to 15. $14.95 Bertha Balvance Rites On Tuesday; Resident 35 Yrs. Lakblas Mrs. Bertha Balvance passed away Saturday, Jan. 31, at the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ubbe Heyes, southeast of Lakota, with whom she madc^her home. Funeral .services were held in the Reformed church.in Buffalb Center at 9 o'clock last ; week Tuesday morning and the'body was taken to the funeral home in Eldora, where short services S!pky-J Lvrl Tu WV were held and she was buried beside her late husband. The Balvances farmed in Kossuth for 35 years 'and reared three sons and three daughters, all of whom survive and live in the vicinity. Mrs. George Meet- land was an aunt of Mrs. Bal- vfince and the following attended the service at Buffalo Center and.were dinner guests at Heet- lands': Mrs. George Hagge and daughter, Mrs. Bill Stubbe of Ledyard, Mrs. Elfreda Leland of Swea City, and Ted Gabel of Minnesota. On Southern Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beemer are enjoying a vacation trip to the sunny south. They left a week ago Friday by train for Kansas City, Mo., and there joined some friends and started on a car trip to Tampa, Fla., going by way of New Orleans and coming home by way of Cape Girardeau, Mo., to visit their son Bob Beemer and wife, who are attending school there. Guy's niece, Mrs. Orville Hartwell and baby are staying at the Beemer home while they are gone. Lutheran Hostesses Mrs. Ahrend Hans and 'Mrs. Mary Zoller were hostesses to the Lutheran Aid society at the church last week Wednesday at ternoon when the Rev. F. Fi Darnauer had charge of devotions and lesson from a magazine. GQ and Tell, published Ijy the Lutheran church to encourage lay workers. Lunch was served to about 25 women. Community Sick List Among those sick in the community are: Mrs. Arthur Tietz, who has been sick for four weeks; Mrs. Walter Sachs, pneumonia; Mrs. Signe Nelson, flu; Mrs. John V. Dorenbush was brought home from ifte Earth hbspital last idrsek 1 and is CoftValesdng Ht-hd: filrrter Koppen t6ok his Nick Koppen, to RdcHestef, Minn., last Week Tuesday t6f & checkup on his hand ftnd hg will return in thtefe mohth§ fof an* other operation. Meanwhile hid hand is in a cast. Move to Fursi fUtn Mr. and Mrs. ftobert Holm of Swea City moved to the «f. ft. Furst farm, two miles north of Lakota last week, 'where Mft Holm is hired for the coming year. Blue Earih Visitors H. H. Folkerts of Buffalo Center and J, H. Furst, Lakota,werc business callers at Blue Earth last week Monday forenoon, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena were business visitors in Minneapolis-last week Wednesday. Mr', and Mrs. J. H. Furst and Mrs. Beverly Blome and son Jeffrey Joe were visitors .at the Hans Beenken's near Wesley last week Sunday. The Luther League met in the church parlor Monday, Feb. .?, and Mrs. Signe Nelson entertained for : Robert Spear. Dwanc Christ was topic leader. Fanchon Heetland spent last weekend visiting her sister, Mrs. Arlis Nurre at Algona. Dr. A. W. Sommer, Elmore, Minn., and a Mrs. Eberts, a nurse in the Blue Earth hospital, "were married in the Little Brown church at Nashua, la., the -latter part of January and left for-Wisconsin for a honeymoon. ' ' Everett Thompson, Joe Berschman and Merle Sachs of Waterloo were v ( isiting their respective homes over last .weekend. Harry Warburton, Elmore, Minn:, was a visitor at , J. H. Warbtirtpn's, Thursday afternoon. Orville Hartwell of Gilbert. Ta., brought his wife and baby to Guy Beemer'S Sunday, Jan. 25, and Mrs. Hartwell is caring for the Beemer. household, while the Beemers are on a trip to Florida and Mrs. Beemer's nephew, wife and daughter, Gale Boohers of Nevada, la., came with them for the day's visit and returned with him that evening. Mr. and Mrs. August V. Peterson of Swea City were also guests, for the day. Mrs. Hartwell, then Beverly Fox, a teacher in the- Swea !City school, roomed with the Petersons while there. What Good is a House fr without Heat? This winter is proving many homes to be obsolete due to conditions no one thought possible one year ago. They cannot be adequately heated because of shortage of certain fuels. If you burn Coal you need not worry about a cold home, if your order is placed with us promptly, for we have the fuel. Order your Coal now and be sure of a warm home the rest of the winter. It's handy and convenient to have the Red Trucks deliver your coal. Delivery can be made in town or to your farm home promptly and carefully. Call 229 or come and see us at our store at 111 North Moore Street, S. Norton & Son FUEL BUILPINQ MATERIAL^ "The Red Trycks Deliver Heat-Producincj Coal to Yow, Too" St. 4o<§ Folks At Military Services . 8h Joes Mi\ and MM. ttiek Thilges and Caspet' Thllges" at' tended the military ftineral service Friday 6f a nephew, Bobbie Thilges, sofl? of Mr. aftd Mrs. Ronnie Thilges it TVaey, Minn. Bobbie was killed in overseas War service AnA his body, was now returned for burial. , Mr. and Mrs. ftick Thilges accompanied George Zellef" to his home at Watertown, S. D., from Tracy, Minn., Friday. They plan to visit this week with Mrs. Thilges' mother, .Mrs. Mary Zeller. and other relatives in South Dakota. Frank Stattlemann, accompanied by Joe Schaller, went to Rochester, Minrt., Thursday ( where Frank went to register at the Mayo clinic. They came home for the weekend, but returned to Rochester on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire drove to Collegeville, Minn., the first of last week to get their son Leonard t who attended St. John's college, the first semester. He plans to remain at home. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann entertained relatives to a dinner Saturday in ytheir home in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Relatives from Earling also Were here to attend the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. - John Mertz were pleasantly surprised by neighbors in their home Friday evening, in honor of their 25th wpdding anniversary. * Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kenne were pleasantly surprised Friday evening in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. and-Mrs. Roy Kenne were pleasantly surprised Friday everting, Feb. 6, when neighbors and relatives came to their home to help, them observe their 15th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Will Zeller of Clara City, Minn., arrived here Friday for a visit with relatives. Gel's $1,000 At Elkader, Harvey Kuehl, 17, was awarded $1,000 by a jury recently for the loss of an eye. Kuehl lost the eye when he was shoved against the window of a tar by the town marshal recently, as the latter attempted to persuade some young men of that community to quiet down and go home. / <rftia*1r?'W^W^^ f <%< ? 'f ^fe€ ff;^ft ?: $tHv 1 * l| ::<5'f^lV,^ '$g$j**$^\tf l ' >' ' " '•>/#'; '"*<• " .»'. ' B t' ft J FOR FEBRUARY ONLY V.: Farm and Home FR€€Z€R with 36 found Packages Frozen Foods Included! >^ -..( W--XJ i- &*! SPECIAL NOTE TO-FAftMERS-thls is your butchering sea- so.n; get one of these GE Freezers now; store your meat from butchering directly in it; no need for town processing; during,this cold weather. 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