The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1948
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wQ&KfB^&G&v^ '•trfe*** ^-^T^-^\ )'i1*'*H<^ *,*iS(".'^, **) ( T- '', . ^ >', , ' ' >" " r ] . -!.'-•'-''', *' • i^ --y^'C/^L.^ *j v - f 1 ** *• , ' ? ' » * * i, UppAC 6«i M6ffi«f . Tudsdoy, Mafth 9, 1948 and Mrs. Per*y Byam, Marjorie, Joan and Lowpll spent Sunday at Austin, Minn., with the latter's sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carney of Emmetsburg spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Carney. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bonnette spent Sunday at Swea City with Mr. and Mrs. Don Bonnette. Don is a nephew of Ira Bonnette. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Clawson spent Sunday at Eagle Grove with Mrs. Emma Hosselton, mother of Mrs* Clawson. Mi 1 , and Mrs. K. S. Cowan Were at Kansas City. Mo., last week from Tuesday till Sunday, where Mr. Cowan attended an insulation conference. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cowan and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mowers •'spent from Wednesday till .Friday at Des Moines on a brief vacation. Mr. and Mrs> Willis Colwell had as victors, Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Day of Clarion, parents of Mr. Colwell. Dean Taylor, who attended Ihe Mankato Business college, and Pat Patterson of .. Springfield, Minn.,'and also a student of the same college, spent the weekend with the W. C. Taylors. Anne S 1 i 11 m a n, Marjorie Dewel, and the latter's roommate, all of Grinnell college swimming club, attended a swimming clinic at • Iowa City last week. , • Mrs. Clarence Schendel had major surgery Thursday at Mercy hospital. Fort Dodge. She is recovering nicely. Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Drennan from Friday till Sunday was their niece, Wanda Pitstick, Rockwell, City. Mrs. Herman Duden spent Thursday at Clear Lake with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Curry. Going to REMODEL Your Kitchen? Custom-Buiit Kitchen Cabinets Are Our Specialty We invite you to look over the cabinets in our shop. Our work- . manship is of the best. Call us and we will be glad to help you plan your kitchen. BOTSF LUMBER Phone 256 Jim Pool /,,->•• Y . • V'v£-> -'"^ "f'(^ fiuih 6iseh ( dtagnii? 6! Mf, attd Mrs.f LaWrehce 1 , Qisch, • has been very ill with, sinus trouble, bul.isjiow reeoVeriHj gipely., • Bfi The Rev. and Mrs. O. W. entertained at a social hftur fllld lunch at the Methodist parsonage Sunday evening, following union Lenten services at the Presbyterian church. The guests were the Ttev. C. O. Strohl and Mrs. Strohl of Des Moines, the Rev. and Mrs. F. Earl Burgess, the Rev. and Mrs. John P. Clyde and the Rev. and Mrs. Gilbert Kuyper. Mr, 'and Mrs. O, F, Peterson are vacationing at Los Angeles, Calif., and visiting relatives. They are expected back in a few weeks, The Wesleyan Guild Will meet Monday, March 15, for a 6:30 dinner followed by a program at the Methodist church. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell French was baptized Michael Bruce, Sunday, by the Rev. T. J. Davern at Corpus Christ! cathedral in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Frankl of Algona were the god-parents. Mr. Frankl is the twin brother of the baby's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geilenfeld are parents of their first child, a son who has been named Charles, born Sunday morning at the Kossuth hospital. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Keene of Whittemore. and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld of Algona. Alma Schultz, Kossuih county liomc economist, has been out of her office since Feb. 27. She was called to Cedar Falls because of the critical illness of her father. Mr. Schultz died last . Wednesday. following a week's hospitalization. Funeral services were held last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and Edith Welter, from the Farm Bureau office, also Melvin Miner attended the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan will move next Monday to the home they, recently purchased at the corner ol So. Harlan and E. Grove streets. This week the kitchen is being remodeled and the floors sanded. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Carlson will nave as over night guests Wednesday their niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bessler of Sioux Falls, S. D., \vho are en route to New York City. Mr. Bessler is employed in the offices of the Morrall company and is being sent to New York for some schooling in his line of work. Mrs. Lee Severson left Tuesday morning- for LaMoure, N. D., to visit\her mother, Mrs. M. M. Jorve, who is recovering from a recent illness. She will stay a week to ten days. Mrs. S. L. Brown of Trenton, Mo., has been spending a week in the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor and making acquaintance with a new grandson, Philip Rex. She returned home Sunday'. . • . ; • Jerry Shilling and Jack Dutton, students at the Iowa State Teachers college, ha\je ^ been spending a brief vacation; with their respective families. ; Clifford, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Esser, returned to scnool at the academy Monday, following a week's sickness with chicken pox. Among those attending final rites for Alvina Dreyer at Fenton, Wednesday, were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstick, Mrs. Kate Wegener, Mrs. Charles Geilenfeldt and Mrs. Marie Pederson. Mrs. Clarence Schendel had major surgery last Thursday at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. She is recovering nicely. fhtit [ay, flft Wanda Announcement! We Are Proud To Be Chosen As UCTS Dealers and Servicemen IN ALGONA Philco, the leadership line in Radios, Refrigerators, Freezerchests and Room Air Conditioners and all Accessories. We are also retailers, skilled engineers and servicemen of all types of commercial refrigeration, and airconditioning. Also for prompt and efficient service on all makes of household refrigerators, freezer chests and refrigerated air conditioning, . . *$&,& , CALL 306 ALGONA REFRIGERATION located At 206 West State St. Former Algona Electric Location Phone 306 AL<5QNA, IOWA jMfc and. went to Fof business. , lt , , @uesi a! Mr. gffd. MfJ brennan from Ffiday-''' day was their nlem Pitstick, Rockwell Gity, ' Mrs, Herman Duaen speni Thursday at Cleat Lake with her brothei' and sisteMrtilaw, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Curry. • > Jefry Skilling and Jack Dut- tort, students at the l6\va State Teachers college, ha>e been spending a brief Vacation with their respective families. Clifford, sSx-?eat.6ld son of Mr. and.Mrs. Vincent fisser, re-> turned to school at the academy Monday, following a week's sickness with chicken pox. Mr, and Mrs. William Daxi had as guests, Wednesday, Emil Dreyer, Lornetta Hobart, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter* Lamp, of Charles City. Mr. Dreyer is an uncle and the women ate cousins of Mr. Dau. Mrs. John Gilles and the Rev. S. W. Hammer \yere visitors at the R. A. Davidsons one day last week. Mrs. Gilles is a sister of Mr. Davidson; The- Rev. Hammer also called on several other friends. , ' » with-.. MfS.i '.Mlflftle-:J (^Jfflf Rein. ,-lhe, Swift .nW* MV ,Wfti5'\ ftfld jthe i' L > J ^i, \ , ," J ^ jtfVjtai..,dm fOf-^aA.,.,.«.-.,; passbe, - ' Mr v ' ha've ' paftti&L J Viilttftrtfie K , and TKM, Mf. ana MfS. _.___.._._„.. spent Thursday at MasW City visiting .Mends* and; transacting business, r • • 'Mr. asd MM, 136ft Bush""«« turned Mond'ay from a' visit sinc'6 Thursday at Decorah-; With Mr, and Mrs. Walter Wells, of Mrs. Bush, ahd * at POStVHie wjth Mr. and Mrs. A, W. Bush, parents of Don. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lichi6r and family were dinner guests 'Sun-day of Mr. and Mrs/ Francis' Gisch. , • • Mrs. Celia Deal weni id Oract- linger, Friday, to visit her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan and her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Simonsen. She plans to be gone a few days. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Deliman had as guests last, week Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lovstad and Mr, and Mrs. Bert Millet and their respective families, of Butt. Mrs, , George Dieckmann, mother "of Ralph Dieckmann, returned Wednesday to' her home at Mason City follovying a visit of several weeks here. leyenvjeit-'for wesiey* SatUf" fof-tnlfc-^kefifi ^ith- the e^f 'itereWsVMf, '§nd Mfs, Dale' Stmhef&jlafKi Will feutrn ffoW IR^e' t6 Ceaair Falls, whete Iwy t'ltg/ att^ttdirtf the -Idwa State T4d(ihe|S college. • M*,/»nd JMtti Mubeti Pihlman are leavihgf in 'abdut a rtioftlh for St. * CldUd, • Mifth.; whe^e -Mr. pahhnaft is Establishing a motof shbp.' ,They,,^ill also .begin the building of 'a home there in a short time. 'The'P.ohlmans cam6 here from. Fort Dodge a few years ; ago,,arid t have had an -apartment .at the Harry Wards' on sbUth Thbrlngton street.' Mr. and Mfs« Raj», -Anderson' have" been transferred back here from Webster City and have taken an apartment at the Moore '^0rl^i|o^flu Prom ndW t6 &i"st§f en MONDAY - fUiS&AY tfeiys t! machineless wav<* fdr $S,dO by appdlntment onjy i ' i S , , , , , Crowh Beauty Sh6|3 PHONE 121 PHONE 921 CyHHa's Beauty Shop S h af |y Coats \<" . • • . * • IN NEW STYLES AS EXCITING AS THEIR LOW, LOW PRICE.... W Boys and Student Sport JACKETS $11.95 100% wool sport jackets | in colorful plaids and plain colors. Handsomely tailor 1 ed in cither brown or blue shades. Sizes 10-18. 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