The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1948 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 27, 1948
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Melnai Tuesday, April 2?, 1946 it, Pilof.Concludes Visit Wesley .Sunday f . folio wing here at Studer h army air Labrador, rescue an air corps. air eyacU •base in C Thursd i guests at also Mr. of Algoni erolt Acl ( me. -Lt. ''Robert Studer left ir Warner Robins, Ga., a 3 weeks furlough is parental r/Mrs. Vjola e. He had^taeen at an base near "Goose Bay, the past year, in the l search branch of the He will now be in the ition branch at an air eorgia. y evening. dinner the Stufl'tflf'thome were incl Mrs. Gayle Studer and Mr. and Mrs. Ev- rson. Recently fMarr Mr. anl Mrs. l/Iarcell Niedviel- ski are |ow living in the Sam Alne apaftment and he works at the Ben giG. Studer stock farm. 'She was "PJwe««r«ljiHard of Los Angeles, Calif:," before' her marriage SatuMffyT'A'pW'r? at 'the Cathedra} at St. Cloud, Minn. The groom's home was at Gilman, Mirjn. Visit In Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin, Elaine ajid ' Sliaron spent the weeekena at the Thayer Mullin home atj Minneapolis. Thayer is atending- a radio and electronic school i\\ St. Paul and has purchased a! new -home. : At Rebejcah ConyeiviSftn Nino f^obckahs^flttiehded a convention tat Kanawha Thuisday evening. 'I' hey were Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Benskin," the Mesdames Carl Johnson,-, Paul Erdman, E. Hutchinson, ^Oliver Young, and Clair Robinsoij. Honored; By Neighbors Neighbor ladi.e&' 'honored Mrs. Carl Johnson .-<wlth' :;a surprise birthday* party^; v Thursda'y afternoon. Mrs. Da^j,cl';:Johnsoh and Mrs. Hapswith vffl.'Corwith were out of to'wn gudsts;,; • Moving !To Mascih'jGity Mr. and Mrs. Eli'.Gobdnow are leaving iioon for '.-1. Mason City where, tjiey will sUye, with their daughtei) Mrs. Rose -Benner. They arc pioneer citizens- of Wesley. Louisiana Arrival ]| . Neurojh relatives received word that a son, John Arthur, was borji to Mr: and Mrs. Warren Mills of Tallulah, La., on March 28. Mrs. Mills is the former Kathleen Neuvoth, daughter of the 13d Neuroths. ' '.'."' noon. "care Study Club Mee{js The Study club, met at the J. M. Kunk home Thursday after- They voted to send a ackage of food to a Polish family as a Mother^ Day con- tributiof to relief. The next meeting will be at the L. L. Pfeffer home with Mrs. Chas. Kraus and Mrs. Geo. Aldrich'as assistants. Now Bo'y Arrives A bal|y boy, fferry Lynn, was born Abril 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith of Mason City at the Mefcy hospitalt tliere. This is their ifirst child, Mrs. Smith is the former Zelpha Girard. Are Dirfner Hosts Mr.j and Mrs. John Hulchinson '.entertained ,a group of friendjs at dinner at George's cafe at Algona Tuesday evening.) They wer^ the H. J. Bralejs, L. L. Leases, Ihno Mrs. Marie Kunz of Algonja and her mother Mrs. Minnie Anderson- of Clear I.U3. ' ' Visit Irj South Dakota Mrs. Viola Studer, Lt. Robert Studer iiccompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Gafc/le Studer o'f Algona visited at |he Julius Kelch home at Supeiio? Tuesday evening. Mary Ellen KSolch returned home with them aikl on Saturday morning she .md, her grandjnother Mrs. StuJer |oft for Cplemair, S. D., to sr.ond a> week with : Mrs. Studer's mother ••Mrs. Jennie t ;Luken. * ' : The Catholic Missionary Society wil meet Wednesday afternoon ar;d the C. D. A. will meet that eve ning. Mrs. , . J. Anderson of Agencta, Kansas,j spent last week at the home- of her daughter Mrs. R. E. Ncwbroligh and family, and to make t$e acquaintance of her HOME WAY QUALITY HOUSING Own your Own Home Now Low fast...High Value Yes—ijit's good'looking, quality constructed—but it's in a surprisingly l*w price range. Provides a spacioiis, comfortable house ybu'll be proUd to own. Low price made possible by mass production and sundaril design. Fully insulated, warm ip winter, cool in summer. Easily a$d quickly erected of precision -bijilt sections. Quality materials —Jtrong, long-lasting and neat-appearing. Available now. 20 x 32 cj' 20 x40 feet lizes; plaqilomeet your nee is; 1,2 ot 3 bedrooms; with 01 without xicmeor. Come in — g.H detailj. Mr, John Van Gerpen BiUVfQND HATCHERY new granddaughter Linda Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman attended a birthday party for their twin grandsons Bobby and Dicky Kain at their parental Robert Kain home Thursday evening. The boys were 14 years old. George Hildman returned home Thursday from Mudbaden, Minn., where he had been for a .week for medical * treatment. J. B. M^uhe, who went, with him, was expected 'home over the weekend, > . Mr. and' Mrs. Don Kraus and Dick Grifhorst attended the Ice Follies at Minneapolis, Minn., Sunday, April 18. Mrs. Ruth Sparks, who has been at the home 01 her daughter Mrs. Joe Goetz and family several weeks, following a serious illness is now at her own home. Her sister from Lake Crystal, Minn., is with her. Mr. and Mrs.' Orville Downs and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs attended a saddle show at Estherville Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Brethorst, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swedin and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs enjoyed a picnic-and : fishing at Lost Island Sunday of last week. Mrs. Ben Eden went to Rochester, Minn., Friday to be with her sister Mrs. Kraus of German Valley, who had submitted to surgery there. Mrs. Ihno Gerdes ' observed a birthday anniversary Wednesday. Matt Streit -of Algona, who is agent for the Kunz Land Co., moved last week from his office above the post office to one in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer, Mrs. Ralph Jarvis, Linda and Norma Kelch visited the George Kelchs at Kanawha Sunday of last week. Linda is being cared for by her aunt Mrs. Jarvis, and Norma by another aunt Mrs...Ed Downs. Mr. and Mrs. H. J/-Braley visited their daughter Mrs. "Stanley Smith and family in Des Moines over the April 18 weekend. They also saw their son Dr. ALson Braley who came to Des Moines as guest speaker at the state medical convention. He also spoke at the state university at Iowa City. A group of members of the Evangelical Free church met at the home of Mrs. Esther Skow Thursday afternoon and made bandages for use by the missionaries. Mr. and Mrs. Ihno Gerdes spent the weekend of April- 18 at the Joe Wynne home at Albert Lea. Mrs. Wynne brought them home and took Mrs. George Hanig back with her for a i Week. Mrs. Harold Brooks* of waver- ly spent the April 18 weekend at her parental chas. Ktaus home. She took home her two daughters, who had been at the Kraus home ten days. -.' ,Mrs. Will Martinek attended the Doan Women's club meeting at the Leander Seefelt home Wednesday afternoon. At the annual meeting of the cemetery meeting Olaf Funne- rrrSrk and Mrs.' L. L. Lease wete reflected as directors for three years. • • Jurgeh Skow went to Osceola on business Tuesday. Darlene, youngest daughter of Leo Studer. is now* at the August Studer home. Her two sisters are at the Herman SWder hom«. Guests at the H. J, Braley home on Sunday, April 18 were the Carl and Arthur Emmons of Emmons, Minh., and the Tony Rasmussens of Forest City. Mrs. Marie Kunz and Esther Burke plan to drive to California for a month's visit. Mary Adine Kunz will return with them. Spraying Advice! Orchard Owners "Watch your trees carefully," County Extensions-Director A. L. Brown, advised some orchard owners in Kossuth cobnty last week;" and be ready to apply the Cluster bud spray ,at the right time." . The cluster bud sjaray is applied just as lha Blossom buds separate, and before they open. Plums reach this stage a few days before apples. Cherries usually do not need ,ihe spray. Prepare the spray by using three tablespoons of hydrated lime, to tablespoons of lead arsenate and five tablespoons of dry lime sulphur in each gallon of water. Or a cup of liquid lime sulnluir for each two and one- half gallons of water, can replace the dry lime sulphur. Raspberries also need the spray, and should be treated when the new shoots are just coming out and are about an inch or so long. Has Radio Gerald Mount, Hamburg farmer, believes in comfort while ho works. His farm tractor is equipped with a modern radio, a cigar- et lighter, a windshield and a fancy umbrella top. Bad Luck Union Mn In Many Ways Union-One of those fca"tHtlek streaks fell upon a Ufuott l$»fil ship farmer not so long figti. First he threw a bale of hay dowfi from the mow and It fell 6,n a, pig, killed it. He came dbw'ft td lift the bale off, thHsw the tortf-] down and another'pig J-aft ifttd it and was- also killed. " " Then he smashed; u and took his cat- <(>;go tb tor to have it dresM,;^—. t ... started to town he bttf&K to fee, faint and had to stop m ft While} but finally mahaged ,to jet, up, town and back,ap» :#" 1 **-^ mishaps. He still,' Mi MM, crossed, though.' ' '• • ' ' Visit Good Mrs. Ploy Burd „ Rogers of Dodge* .CeftlerVJ and Eileen Schultz'lol Kfien Minn., were visitor^;af the' Hope church services''S\i .,. morning. Miss Schultz is' a laboratory technician at St. Mat-y'g hospital in Rochester. .They eijme to visit Mrs. Burd's daughter Mrs, Marion Stucki. whose husband is the cheese maker at Lotts Creek* Mrs. Burd's son Wendell ,of Port Dodge was also at the Stucki home. He,drives a Brady truck out of Fort Dodge and re'fc'efltly" broke a bone in his foot In ah accident, and was at his sister's recuperating, and last week came down with the mumps and Avail quite ill'Sunday. • /•; Entertain Club •'• -H< ';V *•, ' Mrs. Joe McGovern ahd Mrs. Clifford Mueller of Fenton, entertained their Friendly Neighbor club at the Walter Weisbrod home Thursday. ..Mrs. Clatence McCarthy Shoe Shop Notice To Taxpayers 3 •- v. The following is a list of the towns and .dates in which the County Board of Review will hold session in the varigysiowns throughout the. county, and alsjo, and place where the'y^illjMje^YjRiMU^-also-notified that the Board of Revi^ ceive and consider ahy^jproTestsfor'the taxing d|s»/iets sei opposite the dates aiic May 3 Town of Wesley City Wesley Incorp.; Wesley Township; Prairie Township May 4 Town of Titonka Bank Building Titonka Incorp.; Buffalo Township, German Township May 5 Town of Burr Light Building Burt Incorp.; Burt Township; Portland Township Town of Bancroft Legion Hall Bancroft Incorp.; Greenwood Township; Ramsey Twp. \ Town of Lakota City Hall Lakota Incorp.; Ledyard Township; Lincoln Township; Hebron Township ..... •-&-••- - . Town of Ledyard City Hall vm Ledyard Incorp.; Springfield Township; Grant T^vjp. Town of Swea City City Hall m, Swea City Incorp.; Harrison Township; Eagle Township; Swea Township * Town of Fenton Lumber Yard Office Fenton Incorp.; Lone Rock Incorp.; Fenton Township; Seneca Township Town of Whittemore City Hall . „., Whittemore Incorp.; Whittemore Township;.*lom Creek Township; Garfield Township May 6 May 7 May 10 May 11 May 12 May 13 May 14 May 17 Town of LuVerne City Hall LuVerne Incorp.; LuVerne Township; Riverdale Township; Sherman Township * City of Algona Court Room Union Township; Plum,Creek Township; Irvington Township; Cresso Township The Board of Review will be in session every Saturday morning in the Court House, Court Room and also will start reviewing assessments of City of Algona starting 9:QO A.M., April 18. Qsborrte of Seneca assisted hostesses. There #aa a fdant exchange and Mfs. Elsie Dreyer conducted a ^lant t}ul2. Mfs. Herman Dreyei-.of Fentoft was a, guest, Grandparents Afain Mr. Arid Mrs. Rob Sarchjstt were made grandpafetitg again last week when a sefiond daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Al» len sarchett of Akron, Ohio. This makes Mrs- Presley Sarchett of Algona a -great gfandmother for the fourth time. The latest one has been'named Anna Weston. Mrs. S«eh«H Hostess Mrs. Roy Sarchett entertained Sunday at- dinner in honor of the birthdays of her husband and sort Which occur within two days of each other, Quests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarchet and Connie or Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Sarchet, Kenneth and David of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Harlan ana son of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Maflan and Ronnie. Busy Beo Club Quite a bit of. literary talent was revealed recently at the Busy Bee club meting. Roll call was a description of a member, to be read and guessed. Some of the group waxed poetic and made up some clever verses about the other members. Eighten-members and four guests answered the roll call. Mrs. Jess Dugan was . , . Lulii Kelly &rtdMfs. M\ry Lea- sbft. the date fo? the Mother's Day tea .was changed to Tuesday, May 18. It Will, be at the waft brbd home. Mew Pa*He?ula*8 Mrs. Jean Cox of Coronado, Calif., sends a clipping from the •-—— • 1^ •• ..' .. 1( , SwlMet. SM wsi old at the time t>f her death,- SWltiteSS whS IS pa-Si 96, 19 the, General hosmtal at M Vilfe, OMs'fOfi". He WS8 night shal at'Aigoiia for many yenrsv Mew Mumfii'Cases ', Barbari BUtmdr,' Marine afta LaVortne 'Klebhoff and Mfs'. Ai The d. W, and Walfc* fimflies wefe'enteffaified ner Sunday at tHe tteeMts near Rf«|? 6f • Leonard's and birthday., < Mr. William Beardsley . Republican Candidate for Governor of Iowa Will Speak M the : Algona High School Auditorium Wednesday Evening, April 28th 8 O'clock P. M. t'uMIc Is Cordially Invttftil * •. ! *• • ' ' •.!'.'•' Mr. Bcnrdslo^s apiicnrnncc lins Jieen hrrniigod )»y Hie Kossiith County Council of Education and Schoolmasters' Club us a-public service. MAUTZ lot North Central Iowa Paint & Feed Co. ,800 Diagonal Street Algona, Iowa Phone 628 MAUTZ SEMI-GLOSS *^f ' V»tf e on>» • ..%> O^t •i«ss.'^ j filch, sern^glbsg finish for walls • f ^ -and wotKitfortH One coat covers practically any sealed surface. V a. Wear* like enamel. Six beautiful - 'colors. Easy to apply ••-no brush marks. Colors only. "/ Rfo $1.47 qCnow $1.39 qt. «f >,«7r» .400 MAUTZ HIGH-GLOSS ENAMEL PIMISH on* 600, None finer for kitchens, baths, or woodwork. Six beautiful colors. Covers like magic. Flows, free of brush marks, giving a long- lasting porcelain finish. (Colors only). " , .. ' REG. $5.50 ODL, now ; $R25 '. tJ QHL REG. $1.68 QT., MOW $1.59 QT. FLOOR ENAMEL • For wood or concrete, inside or outside. One coat covers. It dries over night. Six beautiful colors. i $5.25 OAL. NOW DM. *1.60 QT. HOW S1.39 MAUTZ 199 4-HOUR ENAMEL 12 gorgeous colors. One coat covers. Dries quickly to hard, , durable finish. (Colors only). C<V QW ' REG;$1.95QT. NOW | RM. $1.08 PT. MOW 89< PT, QTt OIK, l//w, MAUTZ COLORS High quality trim colors f—smooth, full gloss, •Vveather-reslstant. Colors are permanent, non-fading; ...,-•• French Green • Briihl 0»n|* Reg. 80.45 gal. now 85.79 flat, Reg. $1.91 ql. now $1.69 qt. • It. Man Green-Old Vlrflnlt Grt*n Sp«nl.h Blue . nej..S7.50 g»l. .now $0.79 jsl. .'.••'•'Hei|. 2,17 qt, now $1,89 ql. Cardinal Red , . HfH.Sy.'Jofial, now $7.29 g«l, I Reg. 2,29 qkjraw $1.98 cjt.j .tgffi /o WflX SCREEN No prim <« o >"!**'<>* s ,. t01 "" *.& " e '«.., with «. $1-15 NOW ",'*• On > Puller Finest, new. improved. ANTj- . SLIP wax for flogrs. • linoleum • an4 .fiirnitur*. Dries in 20 mtn- utes W no rubbing or polishtngi R, 9 .»?,Q9,i). NOW CALVA SCREEN R.y^.'3 * now,' 1 ft ° ol TRUCK and MACHINE ENAMET fine quality enamel for'wood or .,_ »,,.„,. NOW 1.19 metal One coat covers. Co ors — "s5, »l.*5 -Wl, nWT» l»l^ DEODORIME metal. One coat covers, gray, black. ( . . IN MP>'IIC<M1..$> 9T-' NOW »!,«» QT. -, PBIMT ODORS) I A perfect paint and varnish thinner that mask* ' < .1 p»int odors, -j[R»jj. $1,30 gq|. Now Osl . QUART -3*« PINT ,Mf ' . Mautz Spring Sale and Official Opening of Mautz Paints, Varniehes and Enamels to ALGONA and vicinity The s^oek of Painjt we have on hand has all teen man* ufactured in 1943, NO OLD f TOCKS OF WAp FORMULA PAINTS, [ If you are going to do any outside painting this year fee us for Special prices during thU Sale, Our Outside Whiff w composed of §2% White Lead, with a pure Linseed Oil Base, and weighs over 16 Iba, per gal/ ', ' North Central Iowa Paint & Feed Co. We will Be Open Until 9 P, W, Satjirdsy Bights iprll i4 «u4 May I «t «> dt -it j ^ A it ji

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