The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1942 · Page 5
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ROBERT SPEAR TrTONKAHURT Ttfohftai IfrldjtSu^ftetnoo'n about •2'6M66k ttgbMlMfte, oldest a»,n oi.-fe: Arid -Mrs; SlirapFaf, wan Itfodlrtg 'manirft at-. the j'jHwr'enfie Ooege farm wlien His n'ofseS Beeame WitfhteMed find started to run away and a6me how caught him between Tites>5Vea.» April 21-23 \ Kxterided Run 1 . Mickey Rooncy .»» i& : ," "THEOOtKIStttPOF * f * Hiur8.-Frt.-S4t, •25 Second Episode New Serial "Dick Tracy V*. Crime" Sun,-MbiL, April 20-27 i JANE WITHERS Second Feature /•"/ the spread** and the bafn. Robert was bady hurt and wag taken to the Dolmage hospital In Buffalo Center, HIS left leg has several deity cut's and other .bruises. Ho will have to stay In the hospital for,several days, Mf. and Mrs. Alvln Honken transacted business at Mason Olty Thursday. Mf. and' Mrs. Kenneth Sowan (transacted 'business, 'at Minneapolis Thursday; v (Mr. and Mrsi Ben tJ. Meyer and Marjorle wereVgueats' of-Mr.' and Mrs. Dick Sloped Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. .John 'Rlppentrop find Irene and Kent visited at the Dick B. Meyer home Friday evening.' •Ed Aultes, -Buffalo Center, was a business caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lcmts Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lnrsen returned home Saturday from Las Crtices, New Mexico, where they spent the winter with their daughter. Will came back looking fim.-. iMr. and Mrs. Bimon Smldt are the proud parents -of an 8 Ib. baby girl/ Sandra Elizabeth, born Sunday, AprjriS. This makes two girls and (hftfo boys for the Smldts. Mrs. TjfeeK Is taking care of mother and babe. Mr. and Mrs. James McColley'en- tertained :flve tables of 600 Friday evening at their home/ Prizes-Were received by Mrs. Ed Downs, high for ladles, Herb Nelson, high for men. Mrs, C. B. Egesdal, low for JadleJ and Karl Zwiefel,' low for hien. Lunch was served at a late •hoiir. V> .• Mrs.' Carl H.. Callles and her daughter, Diane,/ drove to DCS Koines/last week end to visit her : sister, Mrs. L. C. Ostwlnkle. They Were accompanied by Miss Miller, who went on to Indianola to visit friends and by Miss Ames, Marian Krantz and Twylah who completed Science Day tests Saturday and attended the Minneapolis Symphony concert Sunday. LeRoy Loats, student at^the University Of Dubuque, and his schoolmate, Wm. Beeners, arrived. at tho home of iLeRoys parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loats, Saturday to visit over the week end and also to speak at-the-tally at the Presbyterian church at Lakota, Sunday. Other speakers were Dean White, dean of the 1 Dubuque Seminry, and Calvin Ukena, also a student at the university. Announcement I wish to announce that I will be a-candidate for renomina- tion for county attor-, ney subject to the will of the derabcratic voters at the June primaries. L. A. Winkel /" LET'S JJEIP »MERICP/X win. PHI VOW COAL BW TODAY CABS ARE ARRIVING HI-LO ROYAL BLUE Vallo V. Naudain Dealer in All Hinds of CQAL Phone 318VW; 8W-R 317-Eftst State St. > . Now it'tilt Time to Repaint, Remodel YowBwWii See U§ Today or -'.-! . > ,. .* 3.1 F. S. Norton & Son -^^^ ^K~* ^^^^ ^^Vf^^^qK^ ^Pi^|PI^^P, T^^P' ^ " W^^^fl^ W^w i- . t * ' c *£ ,* ^ *.4- » . * 4 y »- - / -i fc Urn* Im H.A „.._, A W mJ M f. EtJk, Mr*. t> O. flatter attended thfi funeral at the late J. K. Sheplee at Clarion. Wednesday, Air. arid Mrs, Clyde Match enjoyed a visit from the letter's mother of Mallard last week./ Charles "Bud" ttoltzbauer of Camp Bardsley, Texas, is home for a few days' furlough. Mrs. Lewis Bode and Mr. arid Mrs. John Lamuth are spending today (Tuesday) In Fort Dodge. Bob Dewol spent the week end wltK his father, W. C. Dewel. Bob attends the state university. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ingham spent. Sunday In Des Moines where they attended a convention meeting. Harry Greenberg is recovering nicely from an appendectomy performed Monday at the Kossuth hospital. Jack Craig who Is employed In defense work In Des Moines, spent from Friday to Sunday with his Tamily. , Mrs. Eugene Murtagh returned Saturday 'from Phoenix, Arizona, where she has spent the past several weeks. Pauline Zender' spent the weekend with her father, Frank Zender. She Is a student at Clarke college at Dubuque. • Mr. and Mrs. M»ck McLlsli have moved to Bancroft. Mr. McLlsh has been employed at service sta- tloris around town. Mr. and Mrs. H. L.-'-Woodward and son, Richard, spent Sunday with Mrs. Woodward's father, Jas. Little, at Albert City.; r ' Eleanor Fraser spent.the week end in Des Monies •visiting with friends. She is employed by the selective service board. Mrs. R. W. Caldwell and daughter, Maxine, are In Woodbury, New York, where they are visiting With friends for a few .weeks. Mrs. Frank Dlngley returned on Sunday from Des Moines where sHe had spent several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Nugent. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Whltson, Evelyn Saari and Larry Craig, all of Minneapolis were week end guestB of Mr. ami Mrs. W. A; Hardy. Ida Halptn is expected Home some time this week for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Halpin. She is employed in Chicago. Raymon Henry and daughter, Patricia, returned Sunday from LaPlata, Mo., where they had spent two weeks visiting relatives. Mrs. Lloyd Robinson returned on Sunday from Ryan, Iowa, where she visited since Easter with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Baxter. Imogene Hill spent the week .end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hill. Imogene is in Metropolitan Insurance Company employ at Fort Dodge. . Airs. Sam Medin announces thai there is plenty of Red Cross sewing to be done Tuesday; and Friday afternoons this week at'the sewing rooms in the Legion Hall. Mrs. Lee Reed, Jr., and daughter, Mary Elizabeth of Salt Lake. City Utah, are expected here for an extended visit with. Mr. Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. QU J.' Reed. Betty Reynolds and Conine Dut ton expect to leave Sunday for Iowa City to begin a four months government nursing course. Betty is the daughter of Mrs. Lyle Reynolds. ' • — Betty Merritt and Bonnie Bonnr student nurses at Mercy hospita in Des Moines, spent the week end with their respective parents, Mr and Mrs. L. M. Merrittf and Mrs Rhoda Bonar. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pannkuk ol Fairmont, Minn., spent Wednesday in Algona where the forrtler attended to business matters and the latter visited Mrs. Elsie Cady am daughter, Evelyn. Eileen Nelson, Algona, and Doris Welfare of Ledyard are spending their two weeks vacation at Brownwood, Texas, at Camp Bowie, where thsy are .visiting Eldon Bonnicksen and Wayne Hagen. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin unil Mr. and Mrs. Russell Me Jin of Whijtemore spent Sunday with their son and brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medin of the Lost Island Creamery at Graet- tingeri Roger Michel Is running for election to the post of Social Chairman at Dakota Wesleyan at Mil chell,-S. D. His only opponent U Betty Notebloom of Selby who haa visited in Algona with the L. S. Muckeys. Mrs. E. E. Douglas and two sons left for Des Moines Saturday to join Mr. Douglas who is managing a variety store there. Ths Doug- lases have lived here several years and he has been the manager of the Cummings'. Store. , In Appreciation We wish to express our thanks to .the Algona iFire Company for their wonderful .work in fighting the recent fire at* the Plum Creek Elevator, as well as the m«ny .neighbors and friends who gave assistance.-—Leslie Huff and Harry Bode. " 16* START YOUR CHICKS RIGHT PRIHKIN* MIPICIN? iW* purr WATIR B'- Mr. and Mrs. D. D, Monlux arc in Boone attending a three-day session of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons convention. They went there Monday and expect .to return Wednesday. Mr. Monlux Is grand scribe of the local chapter, •-,' . Lt I/elghton Mlnbach vlnited briefly In Algona last week end. He was returning to Ft. Snellirtg after taking army troops to their training center. He and Mrs. Misbach have moved from their apartment in St. Paul to a house out at the army post. The local Red Cross chapter Is sending out a call for donations of buttons, hooks and eyes, snap fasteners and buckles to be used on expected sewing quotas. The items may be brought to the sewing rooms at the Legion hall any Tuesday or Friday afternoon.. A. E. Beckwith of Kansas City, Mo., spent the week end with his sister and husband, 'Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yoeman. He came to ses his father, L. W. Beckwith, who has been ill but is much improved. The elder Mr. Beckwtth makes his horns with the Yoemans. Mrs. A. L. Brown and Miss Almu Schultz attended the Onion 4-H club meeting, at the^hbme of Mrs. Glerr Jenklnson Saturday). Miss Schultz is the new home demonstration agent in Kossuth county, taking the place of Ruth Seaton Hicks, who is now doing state nutrition work. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parks and son, James, spent Saturday at Spencer where they dialled the former's mother, Mrs. John Parks, Sr., and Mrs. Parks' mother, Mrs. H. : E. Weaklen riear Spencer. They Avefe ulrtner guests' Of "Mr. Parks' brother and'Mrs.' Parks' sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Parks, Jn , Maude McBrootn, Judy Sparrovv_ of Iowa City, and Mrs. WillianT Douglas cf Chicago spent the week end In the A. A. Bishop home. Miss McBroom is Mrs. Bishop's sister, Miss Sparrow, a teacher at Iowa City, and Mrs. Douglas, an old friend of Mrs. Bishop, and Miss McBroom, who has been visiting-in Iowa City. E. W. Hanson called on friends in Algona Sunday. He was formerly with the Botsford Lumber Co. here and was transferred to Owatonna, Minn. He began work Monday for the architectural firm that is building the new airport at Sioux City and will 'be superintendent of construction. Mrs. Hanson and daughter, Barbara, .plan 1 to remain at Owatonna until the close of the school year. Private Henry Kut»di*r» of Ellington Fieild, Texas, has returned to his post after spending, fifteen days in this Vicinity. Dorothea Bjustrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. .Bjustrom, has been appointed to the YWCA 1 cabinet at Dakota Wesleyart University at Mitchell, South-Dakota. Mrs. E. L. BeZelta? left Friday for Ft. Defiance, Arizona, to be at the bedside of her father, J. P. Greeley, who is very 111. Mr. Greeley's home Ls in Duluth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and daughter, Mrs. Melvl» Kohl of Baltimore, Md., were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Anderson's sister, Mrs. E. M. Toothman, at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller spent the week end at Grinnell with the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Miller. George expects to get his (jail to the navy soon. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hanson and baby returned Wednesday from 'Columbus. .North Dakota, where they had spent a week with Mrs. Wade Hanson's iparents. Carl J. Neuman writes that lie is now in Macon, Missouri, with his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brockman, assisting with their farm work. He has been visiting in Shell Rock, Iowa. Mrs. Dorrance Oreer, the former Virginia Morck, arrived Wednesday In Laredo, Texas, where her husband, 'Lieut. Greer, is now stationed. They have been living at Riverside. California, Mrs. Greer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck. 'Eugene Van Alstyne, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Van Alstyne, is appearing in a play, "Why I Am a Bachelor", sponsored by the speech and music departments of Dakota Wesleyan University and the District Womans Club convention in Corsica, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. I* G. Thompson, Hr. and Mrs. George Thompson and daughters, Mary and Sally, and Mrs. Beuna Merron' and daughter, Betty of Estherville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller.. It was Wool Full Market Price Paid (or Wool. Joe Greenbeig Were all in the Army Now Every man, woman ' and child can fight back by. eliminating waste, curbing unnecessary spending, staying healthy, working harder and buying as many war bonds as possible. Iowa State Bank ALGONA Safe—Accommodating: Where ? Where qftrv I get children's all-leather oxfords for 98c ANSWER AT NEVILLES. / Where can I get the Original Chippewa $4.50 men's work shoes for $3.25? . ANSWER AT NEVILLES. Where can I get a good work shoe with leather sole, all sizes, for $2.25? ; ANSWER AT NEVILLES, Where can I get ladles' low heel every day strap slippers, in sizes to 9H at $1.19? ! ANSWER AT NEVILLES. Where can I get nationally advertised men's $5.00 new dress pxfqrds for $3)33? ANSWER AT NEVILLES, ..'". ' Where can J get girls' white strap slippers, size» up to big 3, |or $1.00? , ANSWER AT NEVILLES, Where can I get a good 5flc necktie for ?4c? ANSWER AT NEVILLES. Where can I get children's and Hisses anklets for IQc a ?»ir? . ' ' ANSWER AT NEVILLES. Wt|ere can/I bi»y Nylon hose f9r $1.00 a p^ir? ANSWER AT NEVTLLEa ->4 /iiJJ ahipment of menu's '-Vp Town" International Qjffords. These'are re»l quality s^o^s, tfee 4»st Ve eyer ( hajadjefl, Tj!«r b»Vf everyftljB| |h|it «a.n bs put Jnt» a ore th| wip giejr «o^l ft |ftfl« 4 p*f. On? §M wt «tW tuWn-tifc 4-w^ ^*y fcssp t*«ir »|i*»« va «IIl*^ r: >'»". THE • ^^?P* , 4t«s. >- J '* the birthday of Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. L. O. Thompson and she was honored with a family dinner in honor of the occasion. George Thompson, Mrs. Merron and Mrs. Miller are brother and srsters. Mlktt Pfeffer, Sr., Ie*t Thursday night from Ames for Los Angelas, Callfbrhla, where he will visit his fltfn, Pvt. Henry Pfeffer and his daughter, Henrietta Pfeffer of tiotig Beach. He will also, visit his son, Pvt. Francis Pfeffer at Astoria, Oregon, and Mr. and Mis. I*. G. Pfeffer at Idaho Palls, Idaho. Mrs. Pfeffer and daughter, Marie, and Pvt. Henry L. Kutschara of Ellington Field, Texas,, took him to the train Waste Paper Due tp Congested Condition At the paper nifUs, W6 *W> afily out of the market. A notice trifl ' atfpatf When buying; i« resumed. • Joe Greenberg S* L CO Right at the very start of Spring. S & L's famous high style Carolynne and Eleanor footwear is reduced! K»g. . . . 3.45 Save ... .69 PAY JUST 176 • SAVE 20% "»ea. Save The season's fovorifes In wool gabardine, crushed and smooth leath*r(. Black, .Blue, Turf-Tan and Belae. 4 DAYS ONLY/... af your 5*1 $fore Starting Wednesday SUV GREATEST SLIP PURCHASE WE HAVE EVER MADE/ Value Thrilferff COTTOS 79 New 1942 printed \pe rca I e.i. Smart ' ricrac, organdy trims. Coat <tyle>. All sizes. . ,- C4SIM HATS 129 '•' Tiirbcm'i; ' in a p brimj, berets, pillboxes. Others — 98c to $1.95. Derby SLICK SOTS fuck-in or long lorso blouses. Pleated trousers with zipper closings. All the popular fabrics and colors. tf REGULAR $1.19 LDS3DDS $ (^ ft. Wonder Values? GIRLS 9 SLACK SUITS 19 Sturdy denim In solid colors or gay stripes. Inner or puter, tops. Pockets, novelty trims, Fast colors. , famous PLAY SHOES 145 iuals you'll hqte to tq^c This price three days only) ,.',,;,., , • I M I > 1 i',' ', '-' 1 I . • Rich; shimmering raydr. satins! : , ' : (t i • Dainty, multi-filament crepes! , .< f • Delicate lace trims! , • V neck or straight top camisoles! ; < , \ r i ,| • Fresh white or exquisite ; tea rose! • After this sale, price goes back to $1.19! Mothers' Day Is coming soon ,..' she'd love one of these ^beautiful slips! , . , , . Man's Sanforized Poplin SLACK SUITS Favorite, COOL fine poplin for sports and leisure. Shirt has two-' way collar, large pockets, long sleeves. Neatly pleated trousers. Tan. teal, blue. Sizes 2? to 42. n Convertib/* Collar/ Sporta Shlrto 12O Thrifty buy. Two large pockets. Newest patterns and ml- on. All *i*ti. jutt uk» (Ultra M«i?'* $/*•?•/»<< Fullovers ?l*^« or ptato or brv«b«d k«£ 9f% «r«o). Rvol ' Wond/tr vpluet In fine jgnforijed. ,(H» d »lo»|!c inwfti m wl, ^^^Iw^clr ^WP &'^2^ 3^*^

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