The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1948 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 1, 1948
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C-AI0ona " 5e* Tuesday, Juno 1, 1948 Small Houses Moved Past Week In Lu Verne Activity ' Lu Verne—The Why to Motor company of Goldfie'ld was in LuVerne the past week moving some small houses. On Tuesday they moved the small house purchased by A. A. Schipull from William Bigings to his farm east of town. Everett Schipull and wifo. pnn nf Mr. and Mrs. Schipull will live in the house. Thursday they moved the Lyle Hersom house purchased by Mr. dnd Mrs. Earl Johns into town on the lot where they have made a full basement. ^ They will movo the pre-fabri cated house erected on the Ed ward Hof farm two years age and purchased by H. D. Ristau to his farm. Their son Harold and family will make their home in it. Conrad Lcnz, who sold his 'arge home in the north part Of ii Verne to Fay Harmon, has inde a full basement on ofle' ot lis lots and this company will \ove a small house from Algona here, where Mr. Lenz will make iis home. Bride Honored A pre-nuptial shower was giv- ;n Miss Cora Ristau of Nora Springs at the church rooms of Hie Zion Lutheran church Thurs- •w afternoon wifh 20 in attendance. The afternoon was spent ili James and advice to • the bride- elect, after which she opened her nany lovely gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses, her aunt and cousins, Mrs. H. D. Ristau, Mrs. Albert Nielsen, Mrs. Fay Harmon and Mrs. irsKoirr CHOKE i If you want better farm-to-market roads; better schools backed by a definite program of State Aid. If you favotj removing the sales tax on food — if you 'want &_£CgI soil conservation and flpod control program . . «""*' f FOR (DILL) iARDSLEY REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR GOVENOR PRIMARY ELECTION ... JUNE 7 This "Advertisement Sponsored by Beardsley [or Governor Commitfei Facts show 40% of last spring's 881 pig cr °P died before weaning. III! Amazing nutritional advancement helps pigs live through critical first 8 weeks... Helps hog-raisers cut losses from farrowing to weaning. NEW FEED FORMULA HELPS SAVE PIGS! II II ( To help you hog raisers stop costly pig losses clue to nutritional troubles, Nutrena has developed a new pig-saver feed! Richer in proteins, minerals, and stepped up in vitamins . . . it's the only feed pigs need with sow's milk to help them live, grow fast, develop strong frames and husky bodies. Any feed you fed last year may now be out of date. Come in today. Get a supply of this amazing new pig-saver feed. Be Sure! Be Safe! Be Thrifty! (£. 1948, Nutrena Milli, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn, Division of Cargill, Incorporated LaVerne Wittefnfitef. Out of town -guests attending were Mrs. Emma Ristau aftd Cora Ristau of Nora Sttfingl Mrs. John Swahsoft, , Clinton, Mrs. Hefman Hint*, Lotts Creek, Mrs. Ernest Meyer, wmttemore, and Mrs. Floyd Master-Soft of Cor.with, The bride-to-be ig the daligh- ter of Mrs. Emma ftfstau of Nora Sorin«s and th* M* r""*id Hifi tau, former residents here. Posi-Muplial Showtf A post-mmfif)l shaver was given a recent bride, Mrs. Elmer Merkle of Saint Paul, Minn., at the home of Mrs.. Walter Hefti on Tuesday afteriioon. There were 20 ladies attending. The shower was groceries for the bride's new kitchen and provision shelf. She' received many substantial eatables. Ah afternoon of .games and advice for the bride Was enjoyed. Lunch was served. •^. ^. _,_.-_ _ * Good Will Club Met The Good Will clutj met at the home of Mrs. Otto Ramus on Thursday afternoon, May 20, with Mrs. Bert Putzstuck, assisV ant hostess. There was a good attendance and five guests, Mrs. Charles Sorenson of Corwith, Mrs. Bert Ramus, Mrs. Jaspar Vaughn, Mrs. Anna Sankey and Mrs. Arthur Riley, all of Lu- Verne, present. The entertainment -committae was Mrs. .Charles Hinz and Mrs. Carl Swanson. . They enjoyed some written quiz contests, after which Mrs. Hinz took pictures of the ladies, '. • • Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be on .Thursday, June 17 at the home of Emma Krause, with Mrs. Clarence Krause assisting. Scout Weiner Roasi Several of the Boy Scouts and their Scoutmaster, Harold Lich- ly, enjoyed a wiener roast and a low hours outing at the Dos Moincs river on Thursday evening. . The ladies of the three circles of .the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church cleaned the church Friday. A pot luck lunch was served at noon. To Sell Goods Mrs. Hf E. Peitzke will hold a sale of her household goods at her home Saturday, June 5, in the afternoon. There will also be on sale some blacksmith equipment. Home From College Darrell and Margaret Moeding and Norma Stripling arrived home Wednesday from Cedai Falls, where they were students at Iowa State Teachers collegia the past year. Darrell has now completed his sophomore yea 1 and he will spend the summ playing baseball with the t^a. at • I'ucahontas. Margaret an Korma completed ' their frasl man year and exp.ct to find em plovtnrjn't 'for "the sum'i'tH months. Euys Brown Swiss Bull Harold Wolf of LuVerno IIE recently purchas.d the rei>isteiv Brown Swiss bull, Jane's Baroi Boy No. 8871U, from Wilme. Tneiss of Fort JJodge, accordin to a report from Fred S. )rtu> secretary of the Brown Swis: Cattle Breeders' association, Beloit, Wis. PUSHER AF HATCHERY Harold Fitch AND FEED STORE Milwaukee Depot Plaza Dick Burt Jobs in Nfasqrj City Dale Zentncr and Leo Lallici went tp Mason City Thursday .vnerc they have employment foi tic summer' months. Dale haa :arlJcr gone lor an examination o rc-cntor tho service and wner. ;e found lie would be sent over- .eas wjth a group ol' new youn = ,-ccruits he did nofjoin the army igain. .Villenbsrgs On Trip The Rev. L. .and Mrs. Witton- jerg and dnugntcr Nadino Jen junday, May. 30, after the church Cervices at the Zion Lutheran .•hurch for Springfield, 111. The .•jv', Wittenberg will attend the -5th anniversary and reunion .is class of 1923 who graduated iVom the Conc'prdia Tncoiogica. Seipinary there.' They will also visit at the home of fylrs. Wittenberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry bue- wer of Loami, 111. Upon tneir return home they will be accompanied by their son and dau«n- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wittenberg .of Springfield. Kennuth i*- a student at the Seminary there,;, Miss Genie Potter of Renwick spent several days the past week ' at the home of her cousin, Allen Brink, and family. I! I 011 AIM* SOS Our Lower Overhead Means a Saving to You ^^' .-. '•**'• • • •' • , J _ ' ^ * ' Friday, Saturday FREE! FREE! FREE! Automatic Electric * POP-UP TOASTERS Guaranteed One Year Grand Opening Door Prize Register at once. Drawing at 9 p.m., Saturday, . • \ You Do Not Have To Be Present to Win! U and 5 Plastic Tumblers Here's a dandy new item—flexible plastic tumblers — absolutely non- breakable. Grand opening price only STEEL Bairn Shovels No buy like Ihis one I A regular good steel barn shovel with straight grained ash handle. A regular $1.80 value. For grand opening days at the unheard of price of Exeluilv* MlX'fJhdii! ' Dial ' MIXMASTER SUNBEAM TOASTMASTERS . > HURRY! First Come, Fird Served! Limited quantities, but.will have some each day. Only 5c a Dozen You save plenty-on these Grand Opening Sale Pricas DISH PANS ,:.-... only 59c ' WATER PAILS! j..... only 69c TEA KETTL5S-: only'98c ^DRIMKING CUPS only 19c WATER DIPPERS ...only 19c Saturday Afternoon and CLOSE-OUT ITEMS HERE IS WHERE YOU REALLY SAVE! 89c Blue Enamel BOILERS.., no w59c * , • ...... now 69c . lRS , : . „. nqw 79c SPORTSMEN Ccme in and sec our stock of nuns and fishing tackle. Only 4 of these. They were $5.79 $3.99 CIRCULAR SAWS Homecraft 8 in. Circular Saws. Only two in stock. Automatic Electric s,'' i ' "$3 Pop -Up Toasters Guaranteed for one year, A fine gift (Jem for the June bride, Specially priced' for opening days, <i\-<' 16.95 $4.45 Heav\Cast ALUMINUM SKILLETS--$1.98 I .•-';. -.'",:'-. \ ,'••' .'''•'.... $1.89 Good • t, ' : •" ALUMINUM SKILLETS;..98c Wooden boxes, stee! wheels. Only 4 of tHese in stock. Tfiey were $8.25. During our grand opening you take 'em for—each $6.98 HEISEY GLASSWARE ASSORTED POTTER^ Price SAVE $30 .^ye Just Two Bee Vac Vacuum Cleaners were $65,00—now , ALL LAWN MOWERS : • * • I i«?/o A perfect gift for the June bride. BEVERAGE GLASSES Heavy bottoms, with colored plastic ring on sides. Regular price 30c, 40c and 60c each. Your Choice 29c ICE TEA GLASSES 15c Formerly ELECTRIC MOTORS 3 One-Third h. p. Double E electric Motors With Switch Just received q Dessert Rose and CHINA Dish Pans 79c Rectangular dish pans, nice and deep, heavy porcelain enamel, Sells regularly for $1.$9, Net tp> big a'stock of these, but while they last for Grand Opening Days The ALGONA JOHN SWARTZ PHONI274 H ^^M| toiA ^^ ^^^^| |^^^j^ mJw JH ml WW && mm

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