The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1948 · Page 7
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SECOND SECTION Gf0/j0ffi^Q/$dn J. J. JDooley, aeWmp'aru'ftti fey Tommy* ' Russell Studio Photo. "After their marriage, Sunday, June 27, at the Burt. Methodist church, Mr. and Mrs. Olson prepared to slice their wedding cake as shown above. The bride is the former Helen Graham of Burt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay D Graham. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Olson of Whittemore. * carfte ffarh'West'feend', Wis.; last Tuesday, . whefe . Mr. Doolev had beerrvlsillng his s6n William and his wife 'We past few 1 weekis. M*. and Mil. Melvln Hut chin- son, thoUntter the former Elvie Vera, are now livlfig ih Denver, Colo., wh»»re Mf. Hutchison, who is with the army, air corps, was transferred a fejtf Weeks ago, They had been ih Kansas City, Mo. i Mrs. Augusta LaVrtn* and filda had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fenskc and Carol. Mrsv Carroll and Frances of Milwaukee, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. James Smtthers of St. Paul. Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Morr of Tucson, Ari2., , Mr. and Mrs. ,W. A. Hardy arid Cynthia returned a week ago Sunday from a two weeks' yaca-. tloh at Fishor lake,. Mercer, Wis. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. ft. J. Nealy from Burt, » and Janet and Sherry Horstman of Lincoln, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sorenson spent a dav recently' at Graettinger with Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Simottsen. Ned Morlan, Who had bedn .'employed hero at .the Sorenscn grocery and left to .Toin the navy, is home from San, £>iego, Calif., on u 12-day, leave, a. 'part of which will be spent here, Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Zender have as guests Mr. 1 and Mrs. Jas. Sevy, Billings', Mont., Mrs. Paul Mammil, Robert and Peter of Sioux 1 City, who -were joined' here by Mr., ( Hammil,for the weekend, »nd Mr. and Mrs.. Vernbn Kohl- haas.and daughters Susan and Ann, of Washington, D. C., who are spending a part of the time with Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas. LaVonne Wolcpii. returned last wdek from Kansas City, Mo., where she .had' spent a week vacation with Mary Amunson, Who is taking work as a laboratory technician at St. Joseph's hospital. The Wolcqtt family had intended to vacatioa at Yellowstone park and Denver, Colo., but were lortffed to change their .plans when Mrs. WolcOtt became sick with stomach ulcer.'' She is con- side^ably improved. Mrs. John Hopkins has recovered from a recent attack of the mumps. Mrs. Dan Engesser and Danny spent a couple of days recently at the Frank Eisles at Whitte- mqre, Doris and Letha^Kilburn left Saturday '.for 'their', home in Wheeling, Mo,, after .spending ten days here with their aunt and .uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball. - ' l M£r'and ,Mrsj^Mjl4.JE\ep|* ,,hjive <hacT as* visitors' $3r7nnd M&. 'Ja^r IrfelSnd and "Kath'yfSfrCb'fcHazel- crest, Iil./Vh0<!&}ilrtremaitf J ten days. ' '' ' , v Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zeigler and - Francie spent last weekend at Minneapolis,, Minn,, with Mr*, and Mrs. M. A. Yeakel and Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Carlsori. Mr. and Mrs. Garns Ackeiman have had as guest Mrs. Lena •Belcher, of Stewartville, Minn., •who came to assist her daughter following the birth recently of a second daughter,- Arlis.. Judy, 2, accompanied her . grandmother home and will remain, there a fortnight. Wayne, son or Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will, came Saturday from Omaha, Neb., where he is attending a school of electronics, and remained until after July 4. Mr. and Mrs.-Wayne Grantham. came last weekend from Columbia, Mo., to make'a visit of indefinite length xwith the former's mother, Mrs. Frances Grantham. Recent, guests rJ ,al the-,. Ezra Blan'char-ds were^; Mr. f,and;-sMrs To A/ Wingert and sojns-, Darrell and/Larry of McAllen, F ,Tex.< Mrs. Wfngert's sister," Mai-y Blanchard, of Kingsvilk, Tex.,, accompanied them. ' - ' . ' Visitors al the Robert McCon- 1 nells'^last week were Jier bifpther aijd sister-in-law, Mr. < and F Mrs, Roger Glanvillef of Long Beach, Calif., who had been at Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Glanville had been n patient. They were enroute home. Mrs. McConnell^ has been home only a Jew days from the Park hospital,at Mason City, where she had major surgery. ', v ' Mr. and Mfg. Albert Slobe h»f9 as a, guest Mrs. Martih R&mffi&f, Cedar Falls. ;h Mr. and MM. flex f ftyld* fit* as guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. S. L. BroWn of TrcntWi, Mo. Mf. and Mrs. Clarence" Huflfj spent the weekend with Mfc, and Mrs. «Delbcrt Hunt at Falls. • "flying ParmSr" Jdhn and his wife flew to DCS Mdines a week ago to attend the show. s ', Lowell Smith returned, , week Monday from San Di Calif., where he had been tfjmb* acting business. "*"-' Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mafljing spent the Fourth of July 'we$<end visiting his brothers at Litch- fieid and Dasscl, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Don Chrisiensert, Larry and Dennis, spent the holi* day weekend at Spirit Lake, where they had taken a cottage, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orion Have! as guests who came Wednesday, Mrs. John P. Martin and Patricia: of Brazil. Ind. The women are sisters, i Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage have had'as guests Mr. and Mrs 1 . J. .B. Brundage, who returned home to Nappance, Ind.,, last week Saturday. x Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller returned last Tuesday from Rochester, Minn., where,. Mr. Miller had recent throat surgery. He is recovering nicely. < Having concluded a visit,.of a week with Mrs. Cora Bacon and' other relatives herd,Mr. and Mrs.,Clyde Foster returned ,home to Grinnell last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Simpson had as callers . Wednesday Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Loutzenhifer ; pf Omaha, Neb., and Dezena 'Lotit- zenh'ifer of Kalamazoo. Mich. Mrs. Mae Butterfield, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt, and Paul Hilbert spent last Sunday at Ma-son City with Mrs. Bertha Eckholm and Mr. and Mrs. George Hall. Mrs. Virgil Smith returned Sunday from Lebanon, Ind,, where sha had driven' to take home, hei 1 ' sister . Mrs. Lpren Smith, ,who had been visiting here. $32,000 In Improvements ALL COMMERCIAL improvements iti the county are not in towns, and one of ihem is expansion completed by the Hobarlon Elevator, pictured above. A new warehouse, 100x24, a new office,* 24x24, and a new garage, 14x24, were all completed last fall. There were also elevator improve* menls, the old dryer was replaced with a new one, and a new well end septic lank system Was installed. Total cost of the improvements ran about $.2.000 according to Raymond Reid, manager. The expans:ft,"t gives the Hobarlon organization one of the largest elevator layouts in the state. In 1938 there were 56 members.'arid in 1948 there arc 341 members, which explains .why the 'expansion was necessary. (Algona Newspapers Foio). • ' Advise First Aid Kits For Farms Kossulh county farmers who havu inexpensive first aid kits placed , inside the often used buildings about the farm may save a Iffe or prevent serious infections from injuries. Norval' Wardle, farm safety A Clew >. .'•'." <._•*$ "I DO tm fUM SWff" Slow," ^en>le action for fluff stuff Hike silks, rayns wooleni. and " m "I DO THE ROUGH STUFF Regular speed for rough stuff Uk* heavy garment! and work' clothe* Now! This new, "• Wa$hj?r makes every wwhd»y tksk easy, safe and sure. A simple two $f« tbvSpefdftlfftw gives ilow w»^i»' inc Action for«li & *f " ?. < - ^ '-'I '>,«,.. f r < f j. £ d -V To those who want better r Laundry and Dry Cleaning • Service READ THIS .IfM'lllflBPclmor9 than on^ magnifying glass to find any flaws in our expert handling of your prized garments. In no matter what kind of shape, you send your clothes to usVthpy will return fresh and sparkling. Get ypOr wardrobe in spic and span condition for the vacation days ahead. Look your *bestwr|eel your best—try us-^we guaranfee satisfaction always. In Addition To Our Regular Dry Cleaning— We Clepn graperies, Slip-Covers, .Rugs-Even Silk l,qmo?|hades, - \ We " specialist at Iowa State college, points out that adequate first aid materials offer..prompt and correct treatment ,of frequent minor injuries: ' ',V,. Minimum requirements of a farm sqfety k'it, should be -adhesive tape; sterile Cotton; sterile bandage; swabs 'and sticks; tincture of iodine;>••' boric acid and ointment for bdrns. /^ iers '^a. * }$s Street From CQurthewse ' '-JDlillifWv^V..-X T . it. T > '*^ V *" . 1 s * -C, -J. ..»with Mew Farm Tractor fleet Three new Oliver tractors to fit your farm power needs! A new 2-plow, 4-cylinder "66"! A new 2«3 plow, 6-fylirtdrr "77"! A new 3-4 plow, 6-cylinder "88". r " Yotif choice of three great new engines for all llirec! Art '"HC" for gasoline, a "KD" for tractor fuels, and a dietcl that will be available later. All three arc equipped with 6- forward-speed .transmissions. The remarkable new direct drive power take-off is available for all three. A choice of cast iron or stamped steel wheels to fit your traction and weight requirements—interchangeable among all three Row Crop models. ,' All three are farm-engineered . . . incorporate the same advanced new features. Oliver's full littp of centrally mounted and rear suspended tools are basically interchange- ,-jlc among all three .Row Crop models. Available in Row Crop, Standard, Row Crop with Adjust- rTEle Front Axle, or Row Crop with Single Front Wheel. Sec us first for facts on all the modern, valuable farm features on this versatile new tractor. ALGONA, IOWA That's What We Call The Job Done By , - l\ 9 Pliil'ips 66 Premium Motors Oil In Your Motor! t_ r When you think of motor oil-—the wprd ,.to re» member is "Lubri-tection"! . ')*,'/ , It's the new word for a new Phillips oil that gives you the excellent lubripating qualities of expertly refined mid-continent crude, plus'labora- tory designed additives that help defeat power* stealing sludge, carbon and varnish! For a quart or an oil change, call at your Phillips 66 Dealer's and ask for'.'Lubri-tection" I- PHILLIP ;-.:; A*' P ! <• , V 1 * <' 850 Stem Merge, Electric Rang ACCESSORIES -BAH kND TAKE OUT 1 _! o i. . ^ t o ( , -"AAY-APPENDIX » I i HP it II-IICTB Avi/Mi".iAjL\jfBc ^^OB^^^^mW^^fJ^, ' h.nbui't'. PARADE I ^ AS DOCTORS TOO. fHE'J»gE-* SENT SfiRAll BARBER-POLE, WAS THEIR EMBLEM,REPRE- ' : SENTING; BANDAGE, BLOOD AMD ,..- ,-. BASIN,SEPARATING LATERifHE,• -Vr-•^- BARBER RETAINED THE EMBLEM. This week we are on the half-way mark in our contest. There are seven more weeks to go. While the contest is On you get one trading stamp with each $1 *ybu spend in pur store for merchandise.* Stamps r are worth Vic each at end of the 14 weeks. Kids love it. '.' : ? "' STAMPS WILL BE GIVEN THIS WEEK AS FOLLOWS: i - s ' A • 16 Inch Vornadofan Pedestal pan. ,. 650 Stamps-V- f '> / ^' > 'V . ' -^ . - ,,'*'• '$." 1t « V. Frigidaire Electric Range~Jy\odeJ RJ JO ;/;| 800 Stamps—-^ ; Iowa Cream Separator—1000 Ib. Cap., , 750 Stqmps " Friqidaire 52 Gal. Hot Wgter Heater , 1000 Stamps—-^ , i Conoco (Oil Fired) Water Heater, 50 Gal. —1000 Stamps—- ' ' : Majestic Portable Radio , —500 Stamps-— Cakinator Garbage PSsppsqj —1000 Stamps— Hamilton Beach or Premier Tank -700 ,«

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