The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1948 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 25, 1948
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Thursday DA LIVERMORE Always, In the Fire Vol. 1, No. 60 Tuesday, May 25, 1948 HARft TO_ back to those bitter, sub-zero days and nights of last winter when you thought that furna.ce woqld-eattyou^oufi Of j house and home. Perhaps you resolved at that time, to have a thorough check made of your heating system during the summer.- Now is • the, lime to carry, out that resolu-, tion. We are inspecting,' checking, repairing- arid re-male- . ing many furnace systems. We are prepared here at Irons' to look into yours, too. PERHAPS a Winkler Aulomay/ tic Coal Stoker might be * the answer to your heating .problem. We can't tell 'til we_see.< But if we install a Winkler, • you can' be sure you are get-> ting the very best available*' stoker set-up. OR if ypu burn oil. a : Petrp 1 Oil-Burning Unit, may be what you peed. One of the finest on the market today. If L it's a Petro. we put in, youlcan' rest assured you're;, going to have the finest oil -heat ; onj the. market. THEN YOU'LL BE ALL SET- when next winter's onslaught strike^ youIlUbapk, yourself for having the fore* sight of getting any furnace work done during the warm months. Wise folks are doing it. Can we serve you? MM, Philip Kdhthaai m& her sister-in-law, Den a Kohlhaas, spent Sltuijday, at Clarion with Mr, and, Mrs. Dale Brand,''ton-in- law and daughter,of Mr,* Philip Kohlhaas t . i Mr. ar|fd M#s. Murray Mowers and the- lat.tef's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles La 'Bafrre, spent $unday -at Nonhwbod with Mr. and,;Mr,s, A< C, Mowers, parents of Murray, Fred tf<mi,8fe, Fred Kent Jr., and C.- R. MJQuistan went to Chicago, 111'., Monday and returned Wednesday, where they attended 1 a . prevue showing of the new 1949 ,Ford cars.; Mr. and.Mts.^LpHfty., Mathison are expected, the last of -the w,eek from MiijYieapol'ls, Minn., to^spetid the Memorial weekend with, /the ChaVles Kiichynkas, parents' of Mrs. Mathison. Mis.- Kenneth;. R&eihler attended ; the fifial rites for Aljaeft 'Paul- son Saturday rnorhing t The deceased was a war casualty whose body was returned r ly with a number of others. . Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Walk|f as guests last week Mr. and Wilbur Roupe, Linda and Dicky, of Santa Monica, Calif., who afe® Visited other relatives here. Wjft Rqupe is a nephew, of Ml'. Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Visited the former's parents, pm.. and Mrs. H. K.. Ferris, at, Masori City last week Sunday. Wednes* flay they drove to Des MoineS and we're guests of Mr. and Mrs-. L. M. Merritt. Mrs, Vincent Es<!or is trouble with a foot infectioA which is thought to be tY>e result pf an insect bite while on a ret 6ent fishing trip. The swelling makes it impossible for her i6 wear a shoe. ' Mrs. Wayne Allen and Mrs. W^» C. Irelan went to Mason City, Friday, to visit Mrs. B. L. Main* The Mains formerly live^ here and Mr. Main was state auditor": He is now secretary of the Ma* won City schools. wseetitibfe The MAYTAG Dutch Oven Gas Range • Cooks superbly by conventional cooking methods • Cooks automatically; you don't even need to be there • Cooks by the T never-equalled,Dutch Oven method Come in today and see its many features. See the Sizzle Service Broiler, shown at left. See how the Spiral Flame burners; focus the heat:-and save gas. Note ho' • easily it's^raptsparkHnfpclean, because top and burner bowls are all in one piece of porce- Iflln., In .eypry way, you'll find thaMaytag Dutch Oven Gas Range is truly outstanding. See it-right a way! , .Mr. and Mrs. dweft Hurt hftd as guests Sunday Mr. 1 arid Mrs. Lloyd Batchelor and Dale of Dickens. They wefe joined by iMr. and Mrs. Dtffiald • tJdfdnef ahd Kugene for a picnic at the Call state park at-noOn, Mrs. Luella Bake* ftCddfttpaft- ied Mr. and Mrs. Of.ville. Wicks Larry to .Mason City, Mon* _'i to see the, kanawha-DaVen- port baseball game.' Bob Good- flpw, nephew of Mrs. Baker, plays on the Kana\yha' te,am. Mr. and Mr*. Dafrell Sandberg and Randy, Siou*. Falls, S, D,. came Thursday and remained till Sunday visiting, at the parental Brucp Sandbergs and with Mr. find. Mrs. Merl.e Hoover, sister and brothpr-in-lafr' 6f, tJarrell. -Mr. afld Mrs* Jess LaShbrbpk, Bob, Harlan, and Carroll, ahd Harley Burtis, brother of Mfs. Lashbrook of. Mason- City, speht the weekend at'Pilger, Neb., With Mrs. Ida Ash, aunt of Mrs. L.aKhhrook and -Harley Burtis. . Betty Jean Mowers, of 'Washington, D. C., and Robert Mowers, Of Northwood, sister and brother of Murray Mowers, came N Monday to visit him and his Wife a few days, ahd to attend the Country club dance Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harr.y, Helthke and Dennis went to We^t fiend Sunday to visit the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Sftd Mrs. Leo Gerber o'f rtockford. 111., at Mrs. Ben Gerber's, frioth- r ot Mr. Greber and Mrs. Helmkc. , ' • „" •< Mr. and- Mrs. E. Cr. Lee are leaving for Storm Lake, Sunday, wheie Mrs. Lee who has. been teaching, will enroll for,a six weeks course. Arrangements have been made for, the family to remain at Storrrt Lake till her \york is finished, ' . Mr. and, Mrs. John Gerber were dinner ^guests Sunday of their daughter 1 and son-ih>law, W. ,and Mrs. Sam Mogler, Whittemore.. The' daughter ISsthejr re-, turned with the Gerbers and will spend the week with her grandparents. >Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman and Joan were at LeMars last week Friday to attend the final riles for Clara Hehtges, aunt of the doctor, who^e death was caused by a, digestive ailment, which apparently came upon her very suddenly. Mrs. Ted Larson returned Friday from a visit of a. week.,with, her sons-in-law, and..daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gormley', at Chicago,' 111., Dr. and Mr,s. C. N. Fisher, at LaPorte",. Ihd,, and Dr. and Mrs. William' Hpbbins, at Madison,-Wis. .', : ';',; •..'./•."". Mr. and Mrsi L.,E;.H0vey had as last weekend guests ,Mrs. J.: C. Voss and Evelyn, Helland, of Minneapolis, Minn.,- aunt.' and sister respectively- ; bf• MpsV ; ftovey. Miss irdlland returned to ^Minneapolis Sunday but Mrs. Voss-remained for a longer visit.,." 1 . . Mr. and Mrs... 1.', EJij Hutchins, Ronald, Tom 'and, < Charles,.. s,pent. Sunday at Spirit Lake ,and, had -a family. picnic." Ronald is leaving next week- to join 1 , hjs,< uncle. iJpe Musser, at.,; Fairnionf,'-. Mjnnij > and, wMl go^.iWith.;"hijii/ '•• to/. - northern. Myinesota• on' a fishihg>'trip: r : '" Ted Herbs! came Salurday frtxm; Cedar'.Falls.i^Jipr.e,. hfi *}s. -.a student at the,. l(jw,a. iStXte. T^eaglj- ers -college ahdy riitiirned" there' early in the week,, taking the family caj in_iW,hich^hij, w43Ji'fe» turn later-in^ the-week, having then, completed the'school year. June Cere? spent the weekend in Cedar; Falls, with, her sister, M||, Ei L-. Rekers and family. M& and Mrs. Jess.,Hill were guests Sunday of theylat.tgr's pai> ehts, Mr. and Mrs. Er J.; Titiis atiWelley, P. U SMfobJpdJt ofv, Whitte-, more left : the. fii'st of the week fo? W.ost Plains, Mo^ on a business .trip,, M(|rle . Pfjfo, Frattk:. MouliiStt Mnrray, Movtrers 'left Monday night • for a week's fishing trip into Canada,. The, Pas.t Matrons club* met at a luncheon - this week Tuesday, Hostesses were Mesdames Maude Free, W. G. MeCullough,. and V. V. Naudain. Mr. and Mrft. George Benschoter have had as guests Mrs. Gordon Johnson and children Carol, Beth, and, Kirby of Great Falls, Mont.. Mrs, Johnson is a niece- in. law of Mr. Benschoter, She had a three-fold reason for her visit at this time, one being a reunion of fellow travelers at Mrs. Alfred Schenck's, the second to visit her uncle and aunt, and the third, to visit her parents at Eau Claire, Wis. The finale of her Visit will be. to attend the wedding of a niece at Sherburn Minn., at which the little girls, Carol and Beth, will act as flower girls. Tuesday, May K, W4l . Mf. a*d t *lifc, I* cently spent a Say., wi,th the fd and Mrs. L: Mrs, A«nj|s,Liadi»j! »»j»l H, days last wefek, w\% 3 -hp% soft attd, daughtcr-ih-lqw M,«.i and. ft$ifs. Haul Laidley, at Laul i en$; Mr; and Mrs* ^»|fie». P^aSfif. had as dinner gy^sts. ia8t. ( W?6ki Sunday, ME. and Mrs. .George Lloyd 6f JBritt. , nelli college, spfeni the, Weekend in Algona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crilly. Dr.. and , Mrs. Dutwood ;Ba;ker and Barbara Lue. spent the week-end 1 with,, the former's mother, Mrs. Luelia Baker. Mr. and, Mrs. Walter Friesner had as last 'weekend i guests the ormer's parents^ Mr., ahd Mrs. vV. L. Friesner of Sac' City, Mrs. Charles Fox had as visit >FS Friday- her mother Mrs.- L. A. larslou and,, sister-in-law,. - Mcs. \lfred Barslou of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oraniow vere at Mason City last week uesday, the former- on business nd the latter' to Visit friends. Mrs. John Hopkins and Pam- lla spent Thursday at Fenton A'ith her sister and brother-in- few< Mif, and Mfa. ,e ] 1 MW», Go^dfiti riethily |f6m fl.-viait of slveral Bel? sister andj b¥a*h.e ffiv and;Mrs. «( L. metsburg. LIKE NEW TRACTORS FARM TRUCK! JEEPS AUTOMOBILES Complete Overhaul PORTABLE WELDING NORMAN REPAIR On Corner South of Milwaukee Depot PHONE 21 ALGOfoA, 10WA $2.98 to $7^95 PHONE. 399 HARLAN AND STATE CASUALLY YOURS ... in its;Interpretation 1 , of, young fqshion for summer! Note,. the teardrop pockets, cool be/at neckline, flaring circular skirf. The. printed r'jyon shantung .design, CAROLE KING'S alone. Junior sizes READY FOR THE BIG . HOLIDAY AND SUMMER FUN ,,. at Kresensky's! First big holiday weekend ahead 2,,f,ull summer, tool You want White 8ho*»— or combinations—of cvursel ,, deportment Ss prepared 'wifh snow drifts of cool-looking snwMooking shoes, Flats, wedg- »W, ;»pe«iajtop ) , pumps, ties— in dozens pf. different YWiatipns that lend spice *it,4Q,yRWRj»winmeir cpstumes, Plc- ait (fgy,*«p-*here are many ing Good Shipments There's news a-plenty when it comes to the story on summer's enchanting hatS . . . big, wide, wonderful brimmed hats, and small- brimmed, face- flattering hats . . ... straws, piques and light-weight . felts,; so , softly trimmed and In , such heavenly colors, K->

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