The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1945 · Page 2
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w^'^?^'% ' ; '* d ANNOUNCING .. , The new owners of the Sam Smith Lunch Room,wlll take Over the management Monday, Sept. 17. ' . , Hours will be from .7:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. on week days. Open till 12:00 p. m. on Saturdays. Closed all day Sunday. A continued courteous service will be shown to all old patrons as well as the new! Audrey Frye The Pantry Pearl Gregson A Hearing Aid Without Batteries? MAICO'S NEW POSTWAR MODEL, The PRECI- SIONEER, IS THE NEAREST ANSWER TO THIS HOPE OF THE HARD OF HEARING. For though all wearable electrical hearing aids must use batteries, the new MAICO offers: • AN ULTRA-MIDGET POST-WAR POWER PACK plus • PRECISION INDIVIDUAL FITTING, and Private, Personalized Service by specialists in the hearing aid field. By the Company which supplies 90% of America's Precision Hearing Test Instruments for ear physicians, Army, Navy, Airlines. Twice Awarded Army-Navy "E" for excellence in hearing test instruments. Maico's unique experience in supplying 90% of these hearing test instruments on which scientific knowledge about hearing defeects is largely based has led to important advances in the new postwar MAICO—Now being released for civilian as well as priority military deliveries. ^ Attend Special Demonstration HOTEL ALGONA ALGONA, IOWA Tuesday, Sept. 18 • Hours: 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. If unable to attend demonstration, write for free booklet and information. We have batteries for all makes of hearing aids. MAICO OF DBS MOINES 630 Des Moines Bldg. Paul Grout, Manager Des Moines, Iowa HATCHING EGGS WANTED from Flockowners —from Dealers weekly — year around We prefer eggs from good sized, high producing, early hatched flocks of pullets and hens of these breeds: New Hampshires Wyandottes White Rocks Rhode Island Reds Barred Rocks Buff Orpingtons We also need large quantities of hatching eggs from these crosses: Barred Rock males mated to New Hampshire females. White Rock males mated to New Hampshire females. New Hampshire males mated to White Rock females. New Hampshire males mated to Barred Rock females. Black Australorp males mated to White Leghorn females. IVe will cull and bloodiest your flock and select or help locate the males. Baby Chicks Available Now Since we hatch the year around, we can supply high quality chicks on a weekly basis or as needed. PIONEER HATCHERY HOUSE IN WiUT SOLD;FARMfO GETNEWTENAN1S Wesley: • Mrs. ttita Kicke has purchased the house, now occupied by the June Noble family, from Mrs. Ann Reno and Will take possession October 1st. The farm tenanted* by the Ricke's and owned by John Welland has been rented by Mr. and Mrs. Don Ward, who have- been at the parental deorge Watd home while Don Worked for John Smith. ff I oot ~pss?:,m~a»F Veteran Is Home Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Avrin were Sunday guests at the home of his mother Mrs. Peter Larson at Clarion. His brother Dwayne Larson came home Sunday with a discharge from the army. He was with the famous 34th division in the European theater of war. He was home on a rotation furlough last winter and then returned to Italy. Post-Nuptlal Shower Mrs. Lester Larson and Mrs. Ivan Johnson attended a post nuptial shwer for Mrs. Jack Smith, nee Leono Schmidt, at the Hutchins school house Saturday afternoon. The young couple are with his parents, the John Smiths northeast of Wesley. Dept. W BOONE, IOWA Awaiting Discharge Captain D6n Lickteig is to receive his discharge soon and will meet his folks, the John Lickteigs at Greeley, Kansas, where they will visit relatives. Don had recently reported to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, following a 30 day furlough here. Elevator Accident Wilbur Monson suffered the loss of the fingernail of the little finger on his right hand Monday while at his work -at the Farmers Elevator. Miss McMahon's Party A group of youngsters were entertained at the Tom McMa'hon home Saturday in honor of Mary Lou McMahon's 6th birthday. Games were enjoyed as was the delicious lunch. Mary Lou received many lovely birthday gifts. No Restrictions On FURNACES Some Models Available Now Many famillei will be enjoying soon that new pre-war quality Green Colonial Furnace they've been waiting for. HAVE YOU PLACED YOUR ORDER? If not, do it quickly; the demand ii heavier than the immediate supply — but you'll always be glad you waited for a Green Colonial Furnace. Bee us today. Whether you prefer coal, oil or gas there's . a specially designed , | Green Cotonlal Furnace, : * to insure your comfort. OIL-FIRED Laing & IHuckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa FURnflCE SERVICE ; .\tlJt\ Will Wasr Mid ift the Kl6ffl«tp»;a Ffidfiy hiiht. Mfa. MtiQlnti|/t»i fofrftfer Phyll* Grtll the iatrjraek Gfuis Cruise df Britt. *-O-W Catttft Mrs. Sud HaU|iiihlih working at the P. W. cai«i> Moft* ddy Morning, doing clfeWCBl W6fk Wave Is ttoJiored Pharmacist Mate 2*o Aivifl'a pedahl left Sunday evening iowlrig a two weeks Visit at Kef parental Mrs. Millie Lofebig hottte She reported back to Chicago fell expects to go to Pensacola,' 'Fla, in a few weeks. Thursday eveh* ing of last week Patricia Erdmah Mildred Fox, Mildred JohfisStt Thelma Oppedahl, Mrs. Rita SHep- ard and Lucille tterner hottorec Alvina at a picnic held at the city park. Plan Chicken Supper The Women's Society of Christian Service will have a chicken supper and bazaar at the Methodist church Thursday, October 11 Serving will beglft at 5 o'qlpck, Mrs. Lester Larson will entertain the Hutchins Bible Study Friday. The C. D. of As. will meet Tuesday evening, Sept. 18 instead of Wednesday evening. Sylvia Ann Gerdes leaves nex- week for Iowa City where she wil attend the university. The Ed Cink family of Woden were Sunday guests at the parental George Cink home. John Arent and Jake Ludwii went to Detroit Lakes last week to look after land Interests. Mrs. Sam Haag and two children of Algona spent the week end at her parental George Ward home. The John McGinty family of Rockwell City visited the Mary Otis and Edmund homes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.' Matilda Schwiderski of Fort Dodge were also guests at the Otis homes Sunday. Guy Diamond ond Carson Simpson went to northern Minnesota last week on a fishing and outing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagner left Tuesday for Denver, Colo., where they will visit his 3 sisters several weeks. Mrs. Alf Studer is under doctor's care and confined to her bed for several weeks with a" heart ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kraus spent Saturday and Sunday at her parental, Will Ketchen, home in Emmetsburg. Agnes Kinniard of Gilmore came Sunday to spend several weeks at the home of her brother Don Kinniard. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease took his son Loren to Forest City where he entered the Waldorf College for his llth grade. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Young and two children of Garner visited her parents the All Studers Sunday. Mrs. Studer is ill. The R. C. Bauer family attended the wedding and reception of George Hrubes and Rosemara Tara at Duncan.Tuesday.;>; _ Mrs. George Kelch and young daughter of Kanawha spent several days the first of the week at her parental; Alf Studer home. Billy, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Koppen, leaves Sunday for Des Moines where he will enter Drake University, his first year there. Gertrude Otis, Yeoman 1-c, returned to Washington, D. C., Sunday night following a weeks furlough here at her parental Mrs Mary Otis home. Virgiona Brabec left Sunday for St. Louis, Mo., where she entered the Webster Grove College for her 2nd year. Gayle Brabec is taking her third year at St. Joseph's Academy at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Will Nadelhoffer and her mother Mrs. P. C. Haynes returned Saturday from * Eau Claire, Wis., where they visited the Saunche family 10 days. The Nadelhoffers left Wednesday for their home in Chicago. Bert Konrad visited at the Will and Minnie Frimmil home and with other friends last week. He was employed at the Frimmil farm home before his entrance into the army and he is stationed near Springfield, Missouri. Mrs. Norman Allison and son Tony of Mason City are at the Lael Root home caring for the household duties and the 3 children, Mrs. Root and her infant son, born Wednesday of last week are at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn and daughter Norma Jean and Mrs. Theodore Bleckwenn were Emmetsburg-shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel and Beth Ann spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gail Cummings at Wells, Minn. Mrs. Cummings and Mrs, Newel are sisters. The Misses 'Florence Weisbrod, Edith Laag and Betty Jean Schwartz came Saturday evening and spent until Sunday at their parental homes, Florence Weisbrod at the Wm. Weisbrods, Edith Laage at the C. F. C. Laages and Betty Jean at the Jake Schwartz home. Miss Joan Meyers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Meyers, left for Storm Lake, Sunday, where she will enter the Buena Vista college. Shi accompanied President Olson of the college, from Algona where he was the morning speaker at the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. f!. K. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 'Wegejver, Mr. and •Mrs. Broil Frank and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause, all of Fenton, left Saturday morning on a trip to Lake WinnebigoshJsb, Minn., where they will spend this week fishing. Saturday evening dinner guests at the Martin Hantlemann home were Mr. and Mrs. Wpmei- #an- tlemann and family of Minneapolis/Mr, and Wtrs- Gerhard Han- tlemanji and family and Mr. anc Mrs. Wm. Hantlemann, alj of Fen r ton. Wilmer Hantteraanos left for tome : Wanda Olaen wefe tfieif joist SUMS? f t & party a| the; f afMef *a unday aftefiftoSnV , . fhe afterftosn was sfeftt playing games afte? which refreshments were serVea. The affeifftSSft closed with a treasure 1 hunt, each child receiving a gift from thelif hdstesses. ' . . . : ', '''• • Who patty also served as & farewell for Jeafme who has been cfte of the Sunday School teachers for the past several years. Wanda will continue as Sunday school teacher for the group. • ". • Guests Included Janet and Jiny my Oellenfeldt, Jerry, Raymond and Lois Wilberg, Elaine, Jon and Joey Jensen, DaVld fcoOft and Barbara and Merle' Dean Haivef- son. . Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson last week enjoyed ,a visit, from the former's brother Silas Thomp* son, who just returned from over-; Seas service. . Mrs. Bernlce Christenson has accepted a position as matron at the Seneca teacherage. During the first week of school the teachers prepared and served their own meals. Saturday afternoon guests at the Henry Wilberg home were Miss Irene Berkeland of Omaha, :Nebr., Mrs. Melvln Pompe of Whittemore, Grace Mueller and Doris Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pflster and daughter of Iowa City Were Thursday morning callers at the A. E. Nelson home. Mr. Pfister was a former band master atJFen- ton. 'He is now employed by the Register and Tribune. Mr. and Mrs. Albert UUestad ac- 8<Jm6 haWmeved frffl Sidlfte ftftd fo* a tlffie^arf tJ/rsoe ae £ -fifiS Mf S; Johft •( L6tne«> ; tffttii •Mfc. Nev#sOM6 Ik rabJfjttf ^fiM HB •house itt AlgMftv Mf. Mewspme IS a new; employe* 18 tfie Al«6flff, muftlelpai iight-plahti ,• ; , Mrs. IrVmV MCtSoWeri j •MA'- soft Stanley-tame home Wednesday from Washington, D. G., wheite they had spent several months with Mr, McGow^n who Is 'stay tioaed there with the navy, •;. - . .• I "....• V Insulate Now! •-•• • For A : ••;•.•;'."; Johns Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 ;t Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LCANEAOR Local Hepreseutattve '•-,- 44tf> ^''^^^^• ! ^^i^iiiiii^f^ ;-|;.;j; ••te? ' See. $4, L<rtt* ty,6iMe* north of pavement. 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