The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1948 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 16, 1948
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m ffS&r 1 *^ *"*ia ._ IECOND SECTION Igona OII1CG &n [ancroft Family .'Sits In' if* And i Quinn IvVi __ J W W 14 L-bolliver ....j. - William Quinn fam- f> , bv Bfchdroft recently visited Jaihitt'gton, they enjoyed a Visit, With James J. Dolliver Congressman from this district' ana a"8 a result had their picture taken sitting under a map o! I6wa.. ' In the adjacent picture, left to right, are Congressman Dolliver Maureen Quinn, Mrs. Quinn William E. Quinn and Joanne QUinn. The following account of the Visit Was carried, with the picture, in an issue of the Ma^oh Ci$ Globe-Gazette, last week: Washington — William E Qulnrt, knswn throughout Iowa and the middle west as a'lead- ihg 1 ) cattle buyer and 'feeder came to Washington last week for, the first vacation he has tak en In a number of year.s. He visited his Washington-ics ident-daughter, looked in on legislative processes, visited various government agencies, and kept a Globe-Gazette arranged appointment wlV* his qongressman, Jas. I. Dolliver, republican from Iowa's sizth district. Quinn, who operates thiec livfstock farms near Bancroft, la., had been urged by his iam- ily for as long as they can remember to take a few weeks oif Surrendering at last, he packed his wife and daughter Jeanne, a ' student at Mankato Commercial college, into his new Dodge ana headed east. Patricia Eileen, thr> youngest daughter, was Enable to break away from her school Work. Maureen Quinn has worked in Washington since January, 1944. She 'has held a responsible position for more than two of these years with a'firm of lawyers handling Interstate Conqmcrce Commission, Federa/ Communications Commission, and tax cases. The firm has recently become engaged in legal matters having to do with a glamorous new television field. • i In a whirlwind visit of abottt a week the Quinn family saw ^ Washington and vicinity ' Concert Enjoyed At LuVeme, Tues. LuVerne — Th& concert of the second band of the LuVerne public school was given at the school auditorium Tuesday evening, March & at 8 p. 'hi, ' f here was a good attendance, the band is Under the direction of ^Veston Noble. The band played several numbers and solos were played by individuals. Clarinet solo by Sandra Stripling; saxophone solo Marlin Hefti, flute solo, Mary Ann Loerwald; trio by Patty Hansen, Marlin Hefti and James Thorn; clarinet solo, Lois Hedrick; baritone saxophone, James Thorn; cornet Solo, Jerry Smith; French horn Patty Ellifritz and Janice Ramus; tuba, Vernon Davidson. Portland Clubs Meet This Week Portland — The Portland Pro. gress club is to meet Thursday, March 18 with Mrs. Sumner Bi- sons. Assisting hostesses will be hrcugK the kindness -of: --Con pressman Dolhver, tney sa. through stormy senate debate on the European recovery plan. They visited the two immense •lopartment of . agriculture buildings; the amazing Beltsville experiment farms;, and of course,' they saw the standard "sights"' and landmarks. •» Of particular interest Vo Quinn was his confdential' issues affect 1 ing farmers and livestock men. Mrs] Quinn and daughter Jeanne weic chiefly concerned with visiting Maureen, sightseeing, and li New White Shoes to Adorn LuVeme Band For, Contests of course shopping. NOT GUILTY OF OVERTIME PARKING/THE DEPENDENT WAS LQOKIN6 AT THE FINE GROUP OF f\L* fnlPT^ N! '' 'i/ias VJ III *•? /sex LUSBY & GIOSS! Concensus of family opinion was that Washington is perhaps the perfect city to visit on vacation,* but a very poor town "to live in. Rob?. Lux Heads Fellowship Unjt 4 ' LuVerne: 1 The Mgn's'.Eellow- shjp, group of , the' Methodist church metjnrfthe cKlircn rooms,' W, l StfJ19. <f*i.i with an ^attendance,, of ,14 ^ Election of. officers for- the coming year are president, Robert Lux; secretary and treasur-. cr, William Goctsch. The executive committee is John Voss Jr.; Duane Neal and Merlin Cody. The group enjoyed movies of baseball and visual education. Then shuffle board was played until time for lunch. ' The next meeting will be on Thursday evening, April 8. / Injured In Fall Lono Rock — Mary Gene Srhultz had the misfortune of falling • from a "platform while zeaching for an icyclye, and hit his head on the sidewalk, receiving a gash which required two clamps. LuVerne, — The Band Mothers club held its regular March meeting in the sciejice room of the -public school Wednesday evening, March 10, with 37 members present. The business meeting was in charge of the president, Mrs. Frank Sanford. The club voted to have each emember of the school band purchase * white shoes before the coming "contests They will also sponsor a part'y at the /school gymnasium Wednesday, evening, March 17, for the cast of the recently play "Lovely Ladies" and their husbands and friends. „ /' „ The, Misses Mabel Kubly and Frances Anders, i ',who , assisted ..with the pja^.were.gucgts at the 1 - .. meeting, 1 tjhd eacji -were prqsent- ed with a gift in appreciation. The social hour was then in rharge of the committee, Marie Hunt and Mrs. Arthur Henry The hostesses for the lunch were Mrs. Raymond Meyer, Mrs. Ernest Meyer and Mrs. G, M. Will who served dainty refreshments, The next meeting will be on Wednesday, April 14, with Mrs. Hinz, Mrs. James Thorn and Mrs. A. A. Schipull, hostesses. The euteitamment will be arranged by Mrs, Henry Meyer and Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Want Ads. TWO - FORONE! Your classified ads run in BOTH Algpna newspapers for only one charge, and , reach 9.000 families each week. George will give Rights.. Til6 Pottia'ttct to meet Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. MIKe AreHd . . . Portland 4*H bdys 'and 'girls 6Wb are to meet Thursday evening with Luther Fattbifiks Atnbtt/ttnce Service Band Mothers Meet Lone Rock — The Lone Rock Band Mothers club will meet Wednesday evening, March 17, at the home' of Mrs, J. F. Quinn, with Mrs. Jim Long and Mrs, Ben Schmidt, assisting hostess,. IT'S A PLEASURE TO oive FOLKS INFORMATION OH- iJUST WANTEpTOKNOW WHEN I HAD TO START PUTTING ON THE OLD .GOOpy-OOODY Hey POP- wnew'5 CHRISTMAS COMING; V5t " PRETTY SOON ' NOW, WHY? CHAMPUN SERVICE THEIR SERVICE IS ALWAYS SQQpy We take pleasure in announcing that this most modern of modern Am* bulances is now available to all resi- dents of the Algpna area. In every Our New Ambulance Features: ' '* * «f ?, 5 * / i Itij, ** _ ^•u « _>? »w4*H -;',r,< V '>- t, a •i~£L,l GUNUINE Oil BASE PAINT 1. "HEAVY CAR" riding Comfort. 2. "SUPER CUSHION" TIRES,' providing easy riding even on "washboard" roads. x 3. ROOMY INTERIOR, seating four persons besides patient and driver. 4. FULL LENGTH COT adjustable to any desired position. Cot is securely fastened in center of ambulance for easier riding and accessibility to attendant. 5. "AIR FOAM" sponge rubber mattress covered with fresh linen every trip.' 6. COMPLETE SICKROOM FACILITIES and iirsi aid supplies, 7. WASHABLE WHITE LEATHER uphols- try faciliting utmost sanitation. ' 8.AIR CONDITIONING for'all seasons, pro. viding heated fresh air in winter and cool air in summer. 9. RADIO for entertainment on long drives. 10. THREE LICENSED CHAUFFEURS especially trained in. caring fpr ambulance ' patients 11. AMBULANCE available any time of day or night. MODERATE RATES $3,QQ Any Plqcejnjbwn Plus lOc Per Mile Outside the City Limits, Reduced r0te$ on long trips, , FOR EXAMPLE;. Fort, Dodge,, V^$l0,00 Rochester _,____$27;$Q , i i * City,i-,'^;4l2,50 Iowa City ..^-^^JH^QQ In ii, tw« .. t4jL)4l jmiLuj-uiuu^immLujjuatum^^nj^ J / « -' ^ : , initwntly ssnverfible ts Ambyient? Stryist ' ' '4 -*,*3 \i ;/^l

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