The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1948 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 20, 1948
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vfy&ft 2-Al0end Upper 6es Maine* Tuesday, July 20, 1948 New Auxiliary Officers At Wesley Are Installed .._ A« < . * e American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening With Mary Youngwirth and Mrs. Luke Youngwirlh as servers. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer, president, and Mrs. Urban Neuroth, secretary, were elected delegates to the state convention at Des Moines, August 4-5-6. Alternates elected were Mrs; Luke Youngwirth, vice president, and Mrs. Joe Meurer, treasurer. Mrs. Leo Bleich, a past president, installed the new officers: Mrs. Pfeffer, president; Mis Urban Neuroth, secretary; Mrs. Jon Meurer, treasurer; Mrs. Luke Youngwirth, vice president; Mrs. J. P. Studer, historian; Mrs. Helen Johnson, ,sgt,-at-arms; Mrs. II H. Florn, chaplain; and Mrs. Alfred Hildman and Mrs. Viola Studer, executive board members. The next regular meeting will be Thursday evening, August 5. Guest At Dr. Pfeffers Mrs. John Pfeffer of Corwith was a Tuesday evening dinner guest at the Dr. L. L. Pfel'fer home, honoring her on her birthday. Marguerite Pfel'fer of Des Moines, also visited at the home of her brother Dr. L. L. Pfeffer several days over the July 11th weekend. and Mrs. Ed Drummer, Wednesday morning Were Mr. and Mrs. John Wcig and John Jr., Mr. Imd Mrs. Joe Wcig and son, Mrs. Eel Weig, Eugene ,Weig, Walter Drummer and Mrs. Joe Drummer. Besides the parents the child is survived by a 5 momhs old sister. A brother died last fall of pneumonia. Has Attack Of Aslhma Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson has been under a doctor's care with a severe attack of asthma. Visits A Sisler Mrs. Chas. Kraus spent last \veek in Des Moines visiting her sister Mrs. Gladys Carey, and her son "Chuck" who medical treatment ans hospital there. is receiving nt the veter- R. N., and of Pontiac, Sunday till Riehtsmeier Classmates Reunite Clara Riehtsmeier Anna Hoeffle, R. N, Mich., spent from Thursday at the Al home. They also visited other relatives. Other Sunday, July 11 guests at the Riehtsmeier home were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sawtcll and two daughters and her father William Lehman of Gilbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold -Smith artd family of Forest City. Mrs. Sawtell, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Riehtsmeier were school mates in grade and high school and at I. S. T. C. and have a gct-to-gethei every year. Dioa In Minneapolis Word was received here last wek of the death of Irene Sherman of Minneapolis; Sho was the youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sherman. Wesley vicinity residents for many years. At Special Mass Relatives who attended the Angel Mass at the Catholic church at Havorhill for '2 year old Daniel Drummer, son of Mr. At I. O. O. F. Picnic Twenty-five local Rebekahs and Odd Fellows attended the annual picn5c at the Odd Fellows home at Mason City on Sunday, July llth. New Coach Hired The school board has hired Joe DeMarie of Sioux City as coach and teacher of several subjects in the public school. The Ray Bornholls have returned from a two weeks visit with relatives in Alabama. Corwith defeated St. Benedict 3-2 in a baseball game here Friday afternoon, the first day of the two clay Wesley celebration. Mrs. Neil Gary and children of Philadelphia are spending three weeks at the parental John Richter home. Mr. Gary, who' is employed at Cleveland. Ohio, is to come for his family this week. Mrs. John Richter spent several days last week fit the Mercy hospital ^it Mason City, having a check-up and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Vce Mullin and family leave this weekend for a 'hree weeks outing in northern Minnesota. Paul Erdman and son Darrell returned home Friday from a visit with relatives at Lansing and Eaton Rapids. Mich. The Vincent Kleinncters visited her parents at Edgcwood recently. Ernest Sheets has taken over the Standard Oil station and will move from Hutchins when living quarters are found here. ' Mr. and Mf-S; flay Williamson and two daughters Visited Mrs. wuliamson's parents Mr. . and Mrs. E. C. ttofev at Jaekfcn, Minn., over the July llth weekend. Tney brought back their two children who had visited their grandparents two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hutchinson and Jerry Le£ of Madison, S. D., visited the Ernest Hutchinsons and Curtis Benskins on Saturday, July 10th. Mrs. Ann Zittrich of Odell, 111., spent last week at the hovne of her daughter Mrs. H. H. Rariey anl family.' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conrad of Washington, D. C., visited recently at the Lawrence Glieden honfe. The women are sisters. Other § uests at the Glieden home on unday, July 11, Were Mr. and Mrs. George Fandel of Whittemore, parents of the women, and Mr. and Mrs, Leo German and two children of Corwith. Mrs. Garman is a sister of the other two women. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dem ing and daughter Wanda, of Iowa City spent the July 11 weekend at the H. J. Braley home. The Catholic Missionary Society and the C. D. A. will meet Wednesday, July£l. Mrs. Elof Pearson and two children Leland and Leslie spent the July 4th weekend at her parental Everett Stansberry home at Albia. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Riehts- meier. Jim and Anne of Ackley visited at the Al Riehtsmeier home Sunday. The children stayed for a week's visit. Monday evening dinner guests at the Al Richtsmefer home were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Studer and sons, Ray and Father Basil Sluder of-Ilcgina. Sask.. Canada. Stanley Smith of Des Moines visited at the H. J. Braley home briefly, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Glieden spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Roland . Waldsohmidt and daughter Judy of Cherokee spent last week at the parental Ben G. Studer home. toa'h ftWte Coif Club In Tour Lone Rock—The Lone Rock 4-H Calf club made a tour of their club calves Saturday, starting at 0 a.m. The boys ate a picnic lunch at the school yard at noon, then played ball, after which they finished the tour. They have around 50 calves in the club, and they visited each member's place. '."HE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS GIVE GREATER COVERAGE OVER 4.000 CIRCULATION 4S At Pftrttontf * ? Progress Club 1 ! Session, Thursday Potiland— The Porllattd ' pfo gross club ,m<Jt ThUrsda^, Mtfrf. noon with' Mrs. Victor Pitch, with 45 present. The program included a magazine article by Mfs.JGiif. ford Waltman, ott "HoVfr td RllfcS and Sleep", dnd a 4-tt e report by Donna Jean Plum Creek. ' Several vocal selection's young folks \vere prfegettted McWhorter, Jane Keith, Young, Mary Lou Ship'ler,' Mfel-- ityn Trunkhill and Mrs, Ro's68e Mawdsley Jr. Mrs. Clifford RittgS- dorf had charge o'f t\vo 6Qn\e§ls and prizes went to ]MrS. RdbiH Harvey and Marily'ri Ti-urikhrtl, Smilh FahiSly Visits -. Banker and Mrs. V. A. Srn'hh and Josephine and John, Milwaukee, came two week$ ago Ib spend a vacation at the Will ttfbyet 1 home. Mr. Smith vvas here a Week and has returned to his <duti'e's. Josephine has graduated from college and John has .another semester. At Jandl Home Mr. and Mrs. Mike Joynt, Chicago, spent from Monday until Wednesday at the Anthony Jandl home. While here the Jandles took their guests to tysit relatives at La Center, Minh., v ;and Woden. Wed 20 Years '*< A group of neighbor^ Went to the Clifford Young home on Friday evening, a week afeo, and helped them celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary, Th'e time wa# spent visiting and lunch was served. * Mr. and Mrs. Ray -Fitch spent last Sunday at Grand Meadow, Minn., with the Howard 'Clark family. John Fitch, Faribault. Minn., was a recent visitor at Ray Fitch's. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller entertained Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cox, Lake City, the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, Algona, were also Sunday dinner guests. ' Mr. and Mrs. Everett Van Steenberg and two small sons, Flint, Mich., were visitors Wednesday at the Martin Becker home. All were former neighbors near Irvington. Sunday dinner guests at R. I. Simpson's were Mrs. Gallic Lawrence and son Leslie, Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Fitch are parents of a girl since; .July 12. WHAT'S THE PRICE OF A BUICK? «•*• 7 out of 10 Guess Too High! i W E'LL admit that this husky two-ton honey looks like something super duper. When- you sample its ride, its handling and the silken liveliness of its big Fireball straight- eight power plant, you are likely to ticket it in the near-luxury class.' So, naturally, when we put the question to a cross section of carwise men and women—when we asked them to name their idea of the delivered price for a Buick SUPER — 7 out of 10 guessed too high! The fact is that —in relation to today's values —Buick prices begin at a lower level than before the war. Dollar-wise, all prices are up — but Buick cars are not up as much as most other things — or even as much as the cost of building them. So don't jump to conclusions without a bit of shopping around. Get the delivered prices — not only on Buick but on others, too—including cars with far less power, far less heft, far less room and far lessdistinction. You'll find that a lot of folks are paying within a few dollars of the price of a Buick — or maybe more than the price of a Buick — and getting something that can't hold a candle to what a Buick has to offer. You'll find that price comparison gives you another sound reason for getting your firm order in — particularly since your Buick dealer will take it with or without a car to trade. WHIN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUUT BUICK Will BUILD THEM Tune In HfNfiV J. TAYLOR, Mutual Network, Mondays and Fridays OUR FOUR-SQUARE SELLING POLICY 1. NO PRICE PADDING. We guarantee our prices to contain nothing but the charges,which were standard practice in figuring prewar delivered prices. You receive an itemized bill of sale. And we display all prices in our showrooms. 2. NO "LOADING" OF UNWANTED ACCESSORIES. All cars are delivered with accessories .as ordered, and prices are figured to cover "these. We pledge ourselves to add no "extras" except those each customer orders. 3. NO COMPULSORY TRADE-INS. We will take your order and deliver your car without requiring a trade-in. However, we have many valued used-car customers we would like to supply and we will give you a fair and reasonable allowance on your present car, 4. NO COLLUSION WITH "GRAY MARKETEERS." We will not knowingly be'a party to the sale of Buick cars to any individual who operates in the "gray market." Our only interest is to deliver new cars to bona fide customers. TODAY'S DELIVERED PRICES $1991,23 MODEL 41 SPECIAl 4-DOOR SEDAN. MODEl 51 SUPiR 4-DOOR SEDAN v $221 1.70 MODEl 71 ROADMASTER 4-DOOR SEDAN $2521.73* Above prices include Radio, Underseol Heater, Defroster, Windshield Washer and Back-up lights. State or City taxes, if any, extra. Dynaflow Drive, , special custom trim (Roadmaster only), white sidewall tires are optional at extra cost. Prices subject to change without notice. Jonti and State KIRK AUTOICO. Algona/ low« ' ' "Y». '-/••- k • , 4 ••• "i j , \ j < f ; . +•, <,; * ^ v . ; •JW*, jT*P* kti'j 3r vjiuvGif .U/U3 lYlQJTlcSf sserlt WpneSdaS' fl% Will <&<&» era. * ! / r ^AV. f - •-- •" :>'^v;4'^<f>am < ' '- '„ . 4<; ' ',''\V .' ^•"•"'y ' ^ • S^L*i>*££:^^ **&M^^.4^ ttM^M^fc^fcr ji^,jSij^ij||^^^^^^^^ , — *! ' JL*** ' &• * .Jfe.' ljffie -RflpH Daftm r, Mrs. D61tofi,,Rf1>Use artd sfMri son. Fefttefi, fite imendiftg j week at the pateftfol J. P. H6talflbhi6idt home. i ' i i ' ', Mr, and Mrs/ dirt Dfebensytft and four sfcfls, Writedown, Wis,, " ' " men rSSWlt, ftffd,, Buft at • fft Fentorii" 1J '" 10 a At DeCbrah Johftfty .; >LefiriOtt Hded ft 10'Muhid mwjR fiw JM ^jfifflini^teMb,.ffte btt- Ar t rt^sim ORDER YOUR ( ., " * ' f.-tiii')' "Mr. i • You Must Start Now to Put in Your 'Coal" • - - * If we have a normal winter in 1948--49 there may be real (suffering unless coal consumers are willing id fill, their bins this summer. This is no alarmist report, but just a statement of the facts thai you should not "underestimate. The manpower situation in the mining and distribution of ceal is more critical than ever this year, We respectfully a*sk your-cooperation and hope you will take advantage of our invitation 16 have your bin filled ridw, \ . .S. NORTON & SON OR DIE I* COAL NOW!Phone i» 5 -J«'. 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