The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1948 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 27, 1948
Page 12
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&«Arft8Hi)Uppir D*f futfttay,, July 4?, 1948 At it/Verne Over LuVefne—The LuVernc Legion Auxiliary met at the American Legion hall Monday, July 19 with 18 members present to install new officers. The officers are: president, Mrs. Guy Giddings; vice president, Mrs. Van Hanson; treasurer, Mrs, C. B. Huff; secretary, Mrs. James Doak; sergeant-alarms, Mrs. Earl Johns; chaplain Mrs. Frank Gronbach; and historian, Mrs. William Bigings. The installing officer was Mrs Harold Phillips, a past president, assisted by Mrs. Harold Trauger. Several musical numbers were given by Mrs. Harold Wolf and Mrs. Walter Hefti accompanied by Mrs. Erhart Meyer. Mi's. Arthur Dimler was presented with a past president's pin. Mrs. Guy Giddings and Mrs. James Doak were elected as delegates to attend the state convention to be held in Des Moine.' August 4-5-6. Mrs. Edward Dehnert and Mrs. Arthur Dimler were appointed as alternates. The social hour was in charge of Mrs. Waiter Engel. The hostesses for the evening were Mcsdames Guy Giddings Harold Wolf and Harold Trauger. Emergency Appendectomy Charlene Henry was taken to Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday 1'or an appendectomy. Charlene is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Henry, who are employed at the county farm near Algona. She has been employed at the LuVcrne Pharmacy and living at the home of hei grandparents Mr. and Mrs. G, A. Eggelston. W. S. C. S. Meeting The general meeting of the Women's Society ot Christian Service of the Methodist church will be held in the church rooms Wednesday. July 28. Mrs. George Wolf will preside at the business ANSWR TO FUEL PROBLEM COLONIAL ALL-PURPOSE FURNACE . Colonial 1 * Deluxe forced air heating URJ4 . . . may be hand or stoker -fired. Easily converted from coal to gas or oil. Luxurious warmth . . . economical — "Lifetime" service. LAING & MUCKEY Phone 464 . North Dodge GREER COLOniflL FURflflCE SERVICE meeting. Devotions will be led by Mrs, Jaspar Vaughn. The lesson will be given by Mrs. Joseph Thorn. Hostesses Mesdames Frank Sanford, Charles Nygaard, Geo. Eggleston, Norma McClaran and Jesse Jergensen. Move Cafe Location Mr. and Mrs. Leslifc Pechumer moved their cafe Wednesday to the building they recently purchased. Extensive repairs and a complete decoration clean-up has been given the building which was formerly occupied by the LuVerne post office. M>s, Lev! Krutsirtger and daughter Barbara of South Gate, Calif., visited Mrs. Krutsinger's niece MrS. William Bigings, Wedftes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Krutsinger just returned from a trip to New York state where they visited ' Mrs. Krutsinger's parents. They left for their California home Thursday. , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tiede and f&mily of Detroit, Mich., are visiting with Mr. Tiede's father Fred Tiede and other relatives here. Home From Hospital Carol Lau returned to her home here Wednesday from university hospital in Iowa City where she underwent surgery. Mrs. Frank Gillotti and son Stephen returned to their home in Des Moines after . spending two weeks at the home of Dr. and Mrs. John Skogmo. Mrs. John Bommel of Fulton. Mo., is visiting at the homes of her sisters Mrs. Fred Wolf and Mrs. Edward Ramus, brother Max Lau and with her sons and families in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry'Shurtz and daughter Mrs. Thomas Benedict of Eagle Grove visited Mr. Shurtz's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers Monday. Walter Hefti and Harry Lichty were DCS Moines visitors Tucs- clav. Mr. Hefti attended a meat locker meeting. Mrs. Ray Agard and daughter Linda visited Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Woodsen. parents of Mrs. Agard in Eagle Grove Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin' Hof of Humboldt visited friends here Wedneshday. Florence Hinz returned Friday from Iowa City where she spent several davs with her sister Mrs. Edna Larimer who is recovering from an operation at the university hospital there. Mrs. Keith Keipp and children have returned to .their home in Fergus Falls. Minn., after spending the past two weeks at the mo of her mother Mrs. Emily Guy. Glen Godfrey of Des Moines visited Saturday with his mother and sistf-r Mrs. Olla Godfrey and Rubye Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. William Clark and son Robert of Waukon and grandson. William Clark of Chicago have returned to their homes after having spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Clark's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Curran. Dean Ramus spent a few days visiting at the homes of his uncles Arthur and William Ramus families in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips and daughter Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Tiede in Fairmont. Minn. Lila Jones of Rockwell City was a visitor at the home of her Drother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buske the past week. Mrs. Hattic Krutsingcr, her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and New Residents Are Welcomed In Union Twp. tJnion Twp. — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstich, late of Algona, are new residents of Union township. They recently sold their Algona home and bought a farm but since they are unable to move to the farm before March 1, they are living at the Earl .Bates farm home. Mrs. Art Leek, of Union, is Faulstich daughter. Other new residents here are '-. and Mrs. J. Bush, who live in a house at the Clarence Riebhoff home. Mr. Bush drives to his work at the John Deere implement store at Algona. Four-H Girls Have Session Sharon O'Brien was hostess to her 4-H club Friday afternoon, eight girls, both leaders, and a guest responded to roll call on favorite breakfast menus. Elaine Dodds and Sharon O'Brien gave a lively little skit on washing dishes, and Maxine Riebhoff and Jean Scott gave a demonstration on preparing vegetables. Lucille Hackbarth gave an unusually interesting report on the 4-H'girls convention at Ames. A special meeting will be held this week Friday with Jean Scott to lay Our V-BELT Experts Can help you get Maximum Efficiency from your ~—Homt —Farm and —Shop Machines You may be using too tight a belt. Let our experts help you select the exact Gates' V-Belt you need. PRATT ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Protects Vour engine, too, needs extra protection from summer heat • .. And the best protection "under the sun" is to make a date to On.- PLATE with Conoco N'* Motor Oil, today! A special, <rdded ingredient in N' A Motor Oil (Patented) fastens an extra film of lubricant so closely to metal that your engine's working parts are actually OIL-Pi ATE o!. . .This extra OiL-Pi.ATiNG stays up on cylinder walls . . . won't all drain down, even overnight!That means extra- protection . . . from high running- heat . . . from metal-eating combustion acids . . . from power- choking sludge and carbon due to wear. Wise motorists save wear, save money, save worry when they make n date for . . . OIL-PLATE ( CopyrlgUt IMS. CouUptotaJ oil Cuupuay Knecht's Conoco Service I'Jioue 33* 701 i:. State St. C, G, Yenteicher Tank Wagon Sales aud Service Phone ^ plans for the focal day. Alts Make Dakota f 6Uf . Mr. and Mrs. Melvih «Alt, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt, Whittemore, left last week for a vacation trip through South Dakota, and were to visit rcla- An^.°^ th F, way> Mrs. tfobert Allbright, Algono, stayed at the Alt farm diirine their absence. They returned Monday. Old friends Gel Together ' Mrs. W. I. Dodds was taken by . (Sine 'day last weelt whew she rettfeiveid a visit ffdrn-iftn old frifend, MfS. Lattf & , Mfcdo^fttt, Cedaf Rftmds. The McOowafts lived On tfife HattnA farfh gdffte 40 years agp, end Mrs. Dodds helped at the MeQowan home. Mrs. Me- Oowart is visiting heh daughter Mrs. dlarertce Hoflsehblder at Lone Rock. MeeU A fetmet Mr. ahd 'Mrs. William Taylor, Algona, were visitors at Good Hope church, services Sunday morning. Mrs. Taylor is a former . city; sbtne yeir* 96fvic«s ihe Tavi fot ainncf at thg wephew Mbifter Dottds, Peeple Qin B*p8*ft Four VOUftf people of tfte Qd&ff Hope chufch gs^e rfepofts Sunday morning Ht services on then* expeHeifces at Method camp, Silrtt LAke.- Qafy Schenk^aftd Dick Sarchett reported oh recreation and. Sports; June Sabln on hymhs; ahd .LaVonne Riebhoff 6n . t, o«| bf the th«fte« a ftg^ly r-ernedeledTditSlnK §bufy,hall aftd .lh« ay*. to git I6v»at taffldrgd ted. The Rev. Mf\ Art Class Farmed Children creative art class ^^^^^^^••••••••^^••••^^^^••^••••^•••••^^M^^^^^M^BaBMMi^ri^^^^^^^^tM^^^Maaaaa^iia^jjeaaia^^jm^,^^,^^,^,..^ ,1,1... -.-.—-.-.-^-—^»i. .-^ r - ... - r _- L „ .--^^.j,,....... , i_ t .^.,...^. __ ,- .. ^.r-.-f-*....^-^ lr j._,^ n_i___Ti_4iVi • •••• • Jtii._.ITJI jtririfr" ALL13.CHAt.MERS - O L1V BR ^ NEW IDfiX' - MASSEY-HARRIS - DE LAVAL - GMC TRUCKS BRADLiYBROS. ANNOUNCES Service! FAIRBANKS-MORSE re Water mmm We Will Dig the Ditches Set in AU the Pipe--and Install the Pump i And All Necessary Equipment for Running Water Over Entire Farm This is not just a case of selling you a pump and'other equipment. It is a COMPLETE Fairbanks-Morse Water System service-and begins with the help and advice we are prepared and authorized to give you in planning a thorough-going water set-up for an entire farm. We dig the ditches for 20c a foot, we set in all the pipe, and then we install the pump and everything needed to bring you running water where you want it. And no matter what your wafer supply problem might be, there is a Fairbanks-Morse unit'to" fit-and ,Bradley Bros, can serve you from first to last in a complete water installation! Ask us about if. 3"-V~-Ti.« *. ^^^gg^" 1 ' To the Farmers of This Territory ftuthonz@d to Sell and Service New Holland Farm Machinery /" , * , • ' * * -*,,>'ou've read about the Now Holland Automatic Baler and its running mate, the New Holland Field Hale Louder. You've seen their pictures in Country Gentleman and Farm Journal. Now you can get first-hand information from your own New Holland Dealer .... make plans to cut lubor costs and speed up farm tasks with New Holland's Model 10 Hammer Mill, Husker-Shcller and Shcller. Stop in and sen your New Holland Dealer today. Get the facts about Farm Engineered Machinery for Better Farming. NEW HOLLAND MACHINE CO. NEW HOLLAND, PENNSYLVANIA ^^^^ ^^^^r ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^t^^W v^Wrfl^W ^^? ^^^^^^f FARM ENGINEERED MACHINERY FOR BETTER FARMING , Sre Mf9. Nelson a»d EstR kle; , ' ' / • * Elmer Yuungwirlh, of __... was arrested fuesday «ight speeding VJH Sb. Phillip^ sttets He paid a *ine of $6 arid costs 1ft Justice Johnston's court; Charged!;' , were filed by city polkeV | ) USED Surge Milking Machine, complete c-w Method Manure Loader & Stacker John Deere 11-in. I) u nip Itaku l. P. Electric Motor Farmers Friend Manure Loader for F20 or F80 IHC Hammer Mill with Traveling Feed Table •7 A Bearcat lla in menu ill oA Heart-lit Hammerniill £ II. 1'. Clinton tiaso- lino Engine •J-Neclion flex idle Harrow with drawbar 2 Used Single-How John Deere Corn Pickers ( • t" ' *t T Electrie I'ower Lawn Blower John Deere 15-Kt. Disc J'ust Hole Diggers SALE 1 11. I'. Emerson Motor, cheap 14-hi. Flat Truck Bed Wood Wlicel Wagon (good)Y «ood a-Tlow Tliresh- ing 1 Tractor, completely overliaiilcd. Used IHC Silo Filler with 50 feet pipe — okay shape. \ 1-lJotv Power Driven Massey-ljarris (Corn Kinder on rubber, 2 years old. 1 small Urn in Itox for Pickup Truck Used Electric Pump Jacks. New Idea Klevutor Sections, Hoists, Speed Macks Oliver Holler Hearing Auto Steer Wagon, • Cement Mixer 2}£ to 8 en, ft. -"' Gehl and Uenrcat Hammer Mills M a in menu ill Belts, 50«ft,, OO.ft,, 75.ft, Jlog Feeders, Waterers and Oilers Poultry Feeders and Waterers Bale Loaders, Manure Loaders Pump Jacks, Lawn Mowers, Power or Hand Operated Steel amT Wood Water Tanks 2* Wheel Heavy Duty Trailers v Wagons and >Vagpn Boxes (flare or Square) Wagon Hoists . • , Wiudrowers for 7«ft, Power Mowers New Weed Spray Equipment of all kinds

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