The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 23, 1948
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Mf5. Harold Wesle? 6£«nt a J?W r days at Fort Dodge lalft .tyeekf whtire her husband is employed. He accompanied her Tiorne 1 ' for the weekend. Call&rs al ihe Ewald V6i&l»: last week Sunday were Mr. rifle Mrs. Ralph PreW of Sutherland, brother ahd sister-in-law of Mrs. Voigh't. , ''i e, 1 >• Is Your Entry Blank ter the Kite Contest ENTRY BLANK Kite-Flying and Model Plane Contest (Sponsored by Algona Lions Club) Name Age Address -- I will enter the following classes: Jet or Engine Model Plane Glider Model Rubber Band Model Scale Model Solid or Flying Tail Tailess Box Others General Model Solid General Model Operating Clip It Out of the Paper, Fill It In, and Take It To One of These Stores -NOW! HUTZELL'S FRIESNER'S CULLIGAN SOFT WATER SORENSEN'S GROCERY ALGONA BAKING CO. MARSHALL-WELLS SHILTS SHOE STORE TIGGES DRUG BECKER'S SPORTING GOODS Hundred of Algona boys and girls are working on their kites and model planes right now. Fill out your entry blank and get it in now, so you will be entered for your kite or plane. Dozens and dozens of fine'prizes will be given away! , Kite-Flying Contest Coming April 4! M*. and M*s t 'defile wiefcs spent last week Sunday with the •letter's sister ahd brother-ln-laW Mr. ahd Mrs. L. A Rasmlisseti. M*, and Mrs. Willafd Zeigle* spent Sunday at Whitt'emore with 'Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt. The women are sisters. Leslie Hjellte came Sunday from Albert ^Lea, Minn;, to take home his wife and son Daniel, who have spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney, parents of Mrs. ttjellie. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Strayer and 'Butch", accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hutchins, spent Sunday at Delevan, Minn., with Mr. tmd Mrs. Leo Keefe, sister md brother-in-law of Mrs. Strayer, and with her lather, 5am Zentner,' wlib has,not been n the best, of health Decently. Don Will, son of Mr. and Mrjs, Walter 'Will, spent last week Sunday at Hayfield with his sis- ;er and brbtlier>in-law Mr. and Mrs. Frartk Stratton. Wayne, another son of the Wills,.came from Omaha, Neb., for' the weekend with his parents. s He is attending an electrical and radio school there. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willger" had as guests Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Router, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Millar and Donna May, and JVIvs. Veronica Reuthler and Vir- "gil of LuVerne. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Willger, accompanied" by the former's mother Mrs. Elizabeth Willger, yisited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanftner and Mr. and Mrs. John Krebsbach at Swca City. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt returned Wednesday from a month's vacation in the south. Most of the time was spent at Fort Lauderdale and St. Petersberg, where they met Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver., Mrs. Marguerite .Kenetick,' Mr. and . Mrs D. H. Goeders, Mr. and Mrs, Walter Lorenz, Mr. and Mrs Fred Kent Sr., and Mr. and Mrs Harold Cowan, for brief visits In all, they traveled "4200 miles. Mr. Borchardt especially enjoyed seeing n big league baseball team at practice. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Westling had as guest's last week Sunday the latter's nephew Dale Isaacson, and Mr. B and Mrs. Bert Edison of Boone, who was enroule home from Minneapolis, Minn., where they had attended a friend's wedding. Other guests of the West!ings last week from Wednesday till Friday ,were Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Isaacson, brpther and sister-in-Jaw of Mrs. Westling of Boonc, who also visited the Raymond Westlings at Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson at Lone Rock. Mrs. Anderson is a sister of Mr. Isaacson. ona Wednesday - Thursday, March 24-25 5^ ANDREA KING-THOMAS GOMEZ•• FRED CLARK Boston Beannie—News Friday - Saturday, March 26-27 'Tis fie night before CHRISTMAS and everything Is j all over our house! , MeMahoft, Mrs. John Keftgfielt^ifid MM. George Soffit s&eftt-TOtf-sday at fort Dddge,' ' ,'V - . Mt, and ftet Wild! Suiiiyin and.Dr, and M*s,^6hft Keneflck went to firtimetsbUfg „ Thursday ev'ening tot Sffiofgasbfit'd" at the Kenmore hotel) & libV^rway of serving food-pattefn^d,-after a Scandinavian method,-. Mr*. Gt«n Shot* hi* been at Raymond Brauft rUfal home the past several days supervising the household jvhilfe Mrs/ Bfaun. her sister, has been at Cashton. Wis,, visiting her father, James Currie, Mrs. Braun returned home Saturday. Mt< and Mrs, Vitte«fti Sehleus- ner had as guests , Sunday the former's brother" andr sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schlelisneroand -lDsA'fiyVof Garner. Vincent JK spe'f5t" r Saturday with his friend Merle Loss at the latter's rural home. • Aimer Hdrr came Thursday io visit his mother-Mrs." Edna Haar for an Indefinite length of time. •>•> had been with a construction company on Guam and'is undecided on future plans." His brother and sister-irt-law Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harr, Humboldt, were additional guests Sunday at Mrs. Edna Hdrr's. . ,' Mrs. Mallard Snydef left Sunday for Humcston to be with her father George Miller, 69, who has been in failing 'health' for several weeks as word was 1 ; sent to rier that he has become' worse. For a time he Was a patient at the Methodist hospital, DCS Moines, but had bedn dismissed from there a few weeks ago, A lumberman's 'convention was held last week at, Des Moines from Wednesday till Friday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mel Griffin, Los Kenyon, and: M. Jj Pool and Mr. and Mrs. Howard French of Titonka, were in attendance. Mr. Norton was retiring member of the board and Mr. Griffin was elected to the board. Mrs. Thais Bueghly, former vocal teacher in the Algona schools, who moved to Spencer a few months ago. has sold her house there and purchased one at Redwood Falls, Minn., where she has opened a "Tiny Tots" shop, being.assisted in ;establishing the enterprise by McDowell of Spencer, who has a similar business 'there. • Since Mrs. Bueghly will devote her entire time to the shop, she., has employed a nurse-housekee'per for the twins Dianne and Dierdre. the pafefifai hfiffle, , . , , Mti Aftd ,Mfi» MSJli had as guest 4 a da^ las' Mrs. W. B. R|e, Ma&ori City, eef of MM. WeBstef, r ( M*, and M*s t H, if, had as dinned guests Sunday and Mrs. Roy Mbfgan and ffal iatt. Of Buffalo owner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zeffais wen! 1b Omaha, Neb., Sunday and re* mained there a few days \tfhile fr. Zerfass transacted-busirtess. Mrs. Raymond Sc6ii was ai Cylinder a few days last Wee'k substituting at the telephone switchboard for Mary Cox, who Vacationed at, Des Moihes. . GUesis of Mr, and Mts, Herman Waller last we.ek Sunday were Mr. and, Mrs. William Schneider, brother and sister-in- law of Mrs. Waller, Austin, Minn, v Mrs. Fred Timm accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wacker to Hampton, upon conclusion of their visit hdre last week, and is spending several days there with her mother, Mrs Laura Cronan. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Stephenson, who had been in the navy and Icfcated at Memphis, Tcnn., has been discharged from service and Monday began work for the Allen Motor company. Mrs. Yarda Ellis of Hartford, Conn., arrived here Thursday for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas- and with her mother, Mrs. Eric Nelson, who has -recently returned home from the Kossuth hospital: W. E. Couriney went lo Thornton Saturday for 1 the Weekend with his brother Joe Courtney, postmaster there. The latter is rpcbvqrlng from a siege of double fxrteumonia which he contracted when he flew home from a vacation in Florida. Mrs.' Ralph Tice was called lo Denver, Colo., Friday by the serious illness of a sister, Mrs. Robert Parkhurst. Mrs. Parkhurst died Saturday morning, half an hour after Mrs. Tice arrived. Funeral services are being held this afternoon, Tuesday, at Loveland, Colo. Mrs. Emma O.'son, sisler of Mrs. William Vigars, came Saturday from Pocahoritas and Monday the women left for Sturgeon Bay, Wis., to attend the wedding- Wednesday of Lind Olson, son of Mrs. Olson, to Helen Keller, the ceremony taking place at the Methodist church. Both young folk have been at Madison, Wis.. attending college there, and till, graduation will make their home there in a recently leased apartment. «„;*. ••' '-' «ft*r «hool , , . serve (un- l«r and «l* large glaiieVbf iur tr««my juseiouki milk rtth In body-bulldlngyaloe, '406 for daily deliv- ' '" '' Milk, Cream, Butterfat Prices FEBRUARY 16-29,1948 Wholemtlk ButterfaLl^.Od Cwt. Sweat Cream Butterfata .88 First Grade Butterfat_JL ' ;86 ' ' I, !. 1 (F.O.B. Algona) ' MARCH 1-15/1948 Wholemilk BuHerfat.-41.06 Sweet Cream Butterfat_ .88 First Grade Butterfat— .86 ' (F.O.B. Algona) , ALGONA CO CREAMERY HEADQUARTERS FOR Children 20c Adults 55c GEORGE RAFT GEORGE BRENT RANDOLPH SCOTT JOAN BLONDELL Reginald Denny Clarenc* Kolb John Lilel Joe Sawyer Pougloi Dumbrllle Dennii Hoe/ Wgller Sands " Konilanlin Shayns AND We eon furnish any Hardware need from the smallest to complete Kitchen Units. is back oit the ma irf' •«••" •-, * ** ; ^^' _.__ '. • —. __ > There is no "compromise with quality In making these fine painte for your home.' No substitute for the best in materials,' manufacturing care and technical know- how has a chinaman's chance of hiding behind this label. frit '"** 1 I W **'" -• - ^ ,The good paint you've been "waiting for is here. Paint now and put your house on Quality Street .T, for Quality Street is back on the map! Algona, Iowa JJ ** SCO PMNT i§ MQBE ptiNTiFVi* SUT, irs- STHA NOT ©yj gr ANYONE SAPS. WE'P l>im T9 TO AV9IB PISAPPOINTIXIENT Just Arrived in ! -i * Time for faster*? NATIONALLY-ADVERTISED rf' i Te<en 100% Wool Coats To $34,90 Junior Sizes 9 r 12 Misses, Wbrrjeri TQ-20 Rich-looking coverts ana 1 suede cloths ~sw|rly "new look" toot beauties ev» , ery one! In shojce of 'Sea Aqva, Burnt Rust; Sky Blue or Spring .Green- Just, \ "out of their wrapping tool Also Sticj^t Toppers. it t» 'M <> ; V V hi i m >• *• 1» i 10' • I' ^f M- -»'.« •K« r -M 1 .&

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