The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1945 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1945
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ii S,'f, : it-A •fs.Ci'vi.iii 1 !-:"I-".-.: ;V:- .V** lv-".t -/-I SHOW 6 ML* Sept. 17-18, Spencer, Iowa . WA}«;fe|i, The kind that i*i«*ti fieatietlnii* tlfmtattiitiji&g, with nwr« lean swat and lard. Th« Berkshire ha« tlfid tfc* test 10 ' (4 ft ,** JN* boar thi» fafi. h*rdi f * boars latt no* to attend, ........ AMTHICAK BEBlUHlBr .ftlf OCIATKW, HI- .t1?e.Al^rtfl tpper Dct Mdtfles, Algona, Iowa. Scptctnbet 13.1943 FORLEDYARDfilRL Oft f f iday afternoon a »ost-«upttal shower w"as given in the Methodist ehufch base- mght In honor of Mfst Eldon Son- ftieksefi of tiihgsted, Mrs, Bonrtick- sett Is the former Doris Welfare. About 110 attended the shower. and Contests furnished en YOUR CHEAPEST FEED IS WARMED WATER Water at Drinkable Year A HUNDRED POUHD PIG IS OVER HALF WATER costs you nothing— Sells at market price. (Good doing pigs drjiiik a lot of water; might drink more if ybti had a ^Harold Chandler weather" waterer attached to your water,, system. .".- ' See your dealer today. Solve that too-cold drinking water problem surely and easily and do it .now; Your dealer can supply you. Get started toward greater feeding profits. tettainment. fiofis revived many lovely gifts. The basement was decorated with many flowers and the. gl<ft table with pastel crepe pa* .per streamers. Lunch was served by .the hostesses. 40ih Anniversary Mr, and Mrs. Fred Datnell will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 16. They will hold open house at their home from a till 8 for their many friends and relatives. Plan Church Redecoratlon Mr, and Mrs. Tice Brock, Mr. *«* i ouju ini o* x luc fjL UCtt.j 4.V11 ( and Mrs. George Thompson, D. A. Carpenter, .Glenn Burrows, Harold Huzag and Rev. Cass went to Blue Earth and Elmore Sunday afternoon to see churches that had been redecorated before planning the work to be done on the Methodist church here. Overseas Service Boxes. The United Service Women have .been gathering donations to send Christmas boxes to the boys who will still be overseas at Christmas time, They have no way.of knowing about your boy unless you furnish them this information. Will everyone In this locality whose boy is still overseas and likely to be till after Christmas lend His address fcarnell. Vottt less? if ,you ,ne-giect hfs those" addresses in at ffttdt, , -*tris. Mr. find Mrs. Cyril iJtfat fire spending this week vaeallottinf in northern Minnesota. Mf. and Mrs. Ray ArttJersoH of Mankato, visited last M&nda> at the L. O. Nitiz home. '-<• ; Bertha Qolbefg and Aana Marie Mitchell spent the weeK efid at their homes at Ringsted and Fenton. Peggy Mayer spent Saturday at the home of her former teacher, Miss Lillian Kvamsdale near Swea City. Mrs. Lawrence Plrtgel and 3 sons and Mrs. N. A. Pingel were Elihore visitors last week x Wed- hesday. Pvt. Melbourne Haag has been sent to Fort Ord, Calif., from where he expects to leave for overseas. On Saturday afternoon Barbara Mayer entertained 5 girl friends at a birthday party in honor of her llth birthday. : Mr. and Mrs.' J. H, Welfare were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter and husband the Eldon BonnicksenS at Ringsted. . Mr, and Mrs. Clayton Rosebois and .children returned last Tuesday from 'Graettinger where they had visited relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Halverson and Marvel and Mrs. Paul Wilson called at the Bernard Olson home in Buffalo Center Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roquett of Anaheim, Calif., spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the Jack McDonald home. .Roquetts .were classmates of Jock McDonald in Campus, -111. Feme Vicinity Ne.wa Items Mr. and Mrs. Earl JWeal and Mr and Mrs. Dunne Meal and daughters attended a Neal family union at Clarion Sunday. A. M. M. 2-c Beulah Eggieston of Ottumwa spent Sunday visiting at the hdme of her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Eggieston. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner were guests §umday at the home EASY TO SET UP Cheap to pperate Lasts a long time High-low pressure Easy to keep dean Pigs drink more Low Cost — Only $29.95 Funk & floim .''."'•'•.., • ' ...".•--'".:•-•• Spilles Hardware UKOTAVBrTORS DINNER GUESTS ON EVE OF WEST COAST RETURN X«F BETTER THE SUED THE BETTER THEYiElD ORDER CORN HYBRID LIVERMORE,IOWA WHITTEMORE, IOWA, Lakota: Thomas Lewis and Mrs. A. L. Swenson left Monday on the first lap of their journey back to their home at Glendale, Calif., after a 2 weeks visit here with relatives.:Their father, Charles Lewis who has spent the summer in Lakota, accompanied them and will spend the winter in California. The Fred Sohroeders entertained at a family dinner Sunday and beside those mentioned the following 'Were guests: the , Merri)! Sparks, Blue Earth, Minn.; the Harry' Reids, Algona, and the Schroeder's son Winston Schroeder, 'F. O. of Truax Field, Wis. Afternoon visitors were Francis Schroeder and Mrs. Melvin Ukena, Lakota, and- Mrs. Alice Snow, Lake Park, Iowa. Capt. Ukena Leaves Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena and Mrs. Ida Ukena took Captain M. A. Ukena to Manley Friday evening where he took a train for Jefferson Barracks and from there he will go to Camp Sibert hv'AK abama. Captain has been on a 30 day furlough from service overseas and visited his wife in Washington state as well -as his mother and other relatives here. 30-Day Furlough :,;< , .-' Pfc. Orville Krinitz, son of Will Krlnitz, is enjoying a 30 day furlough with the home folks. Orville is home from Germany on a rest leave and has 5 major battle stars. Emergency Operation Betty Dundas underwent an Lei Co wan i Complete Job 100 Lu Verne People At Church Dinner Sunday Afternoon Lu Verne: Over 100 persons attended the 'Methodist .family dinner which was 'held Sunday afternoon in the city hall. The dinner Was sponsored by circle number 2 of the, W. S, C. S. After dinner a short program was held. The following numbers were given: Group singing, two vocal solos by Maynard 'Henderson and a trombone solo by Donna Sanford. •Rev, Robert Phillips then gave a short talk outlining the work that will be done by the Methodist church in the Crusade for Christ during 'the coming year. The remainder of thq . 'afternoon was spent socially, School Teacher 111 Mrs. Joe Thorn has-been confined to her bed for the past week suffering from a bad cold and bronchitis, Mrs, Thorn is the 4th and 5th grade teacher in the public school and during her absence Mrs, Hugh Shirk has been teaching for her. Church Conference Twenty-five persons from here attended the LuVern.e-Livermore Methodist church quarterly conference that was held Saunday ev* entng in the Methodist church in There was a unani- mows request that Rev. Robert Phillips remain, as pastor of the kuVerne-tt vernipre '• churches another; emergency operation for appendicitis at the Blue Earth hospital Thursday night. She is reported recovering, •' Home for Visit. Mrs. Harold Goodwill and little son Roger from Wichita Falls, Texas, came last week for a months visit with her parents .Mr. and Mrs. / Henry Kline. Her husband is stationed at Ft. Lewis, Wash. She will also visit her sister in Blue Earth. Radio School Graduate Glen Mabus, R. M., son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Mabus, was graduated from a course in radio- at Madison, Wis., last week Tuesday and came home on a 3 day leave and left early this week for Shoemaker, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans • and Mrs. Mary Zoller spent Sunday at Wells, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht and -Mr. and Mrs. <Tohri Griese are spending a few days fishing at Deer River, Minn. The Ci C. Gerzemas drove „ to Buffalo". Center/ Friday--'evening"~tp help Carl's mother Mrs. John Gerzema celebrate a birthday. ; Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Trione and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton were Sunday dinner guests at the Alek Boeckholts near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Price drove to Clarion last week Wednesday to visit a sick friend Mrs. Mollie Allen, who is in the hospital there. Mrs. William Baumann was brought home Thursday from the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge and is recovering from a major operation. Jane Steenhard, who is taking a business course at Tobin College, Fort Dodge, spent the week end visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Steenhard. There was no service at the Lutheran church Sunday as the Rev. F. F. Darnauer drove to Alden, Minn., where the Rev. Darnauer preached at a Mission Festival. .The Harold Finns, Chicago, are visiting .relatives in this vicinity and;Sunday morning accompanied the Rufus Otthoffs to Presbyterian. Mrs. Finn and Mrs. Olthoff are sisters, • • Mrs, Francis Adams, Mrs. D. Mittag, Hannah Heetland and Emma Thaves were Algona shoppers last week Tuesday and also visited Mrs. Mary Thaves at the KosSlith hospital. of her parents Mr. and Mrs. ust Gramenz in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. George Block and family of Forest City were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf and Richard. Miss Genora Roland, 7th and 8th grade teacher in the public school spent the week end at the home of her parents at Dakota City. Mr. and Mrs. Jack LaWarne and son of Fort Dodge spent a few days visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. E.. Rogers. Miss Helen Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf, left recently for Cedar Falls where she will enter the Iowa State Teachers College. Miss Florence Godfrey of Hum* boldt was a week end visitor at the home of her mother Mrs. Olla Godfrey and also with her sister Rubye. Mrs. James Trauger left recently for Ellsworth where she will spend two weeks visiting relatives Mrs. Trauger is the former Verda Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. Fred'Merkle and children spent Sunday visiting relatives in Boxholm. They also attended the wedding of Miss Harriet Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson and daughter Judith of M-ason City were guests Sunday at the home of their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Grower Rentz. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. KUbly of St. James, Minn., visited relatives here Monday. They also attended the funeral services for her brother-in-law William Miller. Mrs. Ada Kollman and three children left recently for Minneapolis after having spent the sum- mer here at the home fif hef mother Mrs. Martha Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Art Satre and son left Monday for their home in Htfckfordj 111., after spending several days visiting at the home of Jier father F. C. Fritzemier. Mrs, John tiede, Mr. and Mrs. William Tiede and William Schipull went to Fort Dodge Sunday to Visit John Tiede who is a patient in the Lutheran hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. George Wegner of Mankato, Minn., spent, the week end visiting at the home of Mrs. Helena Stripling and with other relatives. They also visited relatives in Fort Dodge.. Mrs. Wilson Legler left Monday for Garden Grove, Iowa, where she will spend a few days visiting at the home of her brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Karnaskl and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McClellan have received word from their son Donald stating that he has been promoted to the rank of sergeant. Sgt. McClellan is stationed Camp Clairborne, Louisana. Mrs. Lawrence Marty accompanied by her parents Rev. anc Mrs. A. S. Beckman all of Cedar Falls spent Sunday visiting at th, home of their son and brother Rev. and Mrs. Paul Beckman. Mr, and Mrs. P. D. Schichtl and Jerry of Estherville were week end guests at the home of her parents Mr. ^and Mrs. Otto Ramus Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sorenson o Corwith visited Sunday at the Ramus home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti, Geo Merkle and Miss Esther Merkle were dinner guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs Harold Bergerman in Fort Dodge Miss Merkle gave a talk Sunday evening at the Evangelical church there. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Evans of Manson attended the funeral services of William Miller Monday afternoon. Mr. Evans who is now superintendent of the high school in Manson was formerally superintendent of the LuVerne high school. THE OAK IN FAIRMONT will be open every night except Monday commencing Tuesday, September 18. NEW MACHINERY Wagon Boxes. Hog Feeders. Stock Tanks. Electric Motors. Pump Jacks. Endgate Seeders. Manure Loaders. Gas Engines. Air Compressors. DeLaval Milking Machines. Elevator Cradles for Rubber Tire Wagons. Used Machinery Four wheel trailer with box, new tires. John Deere 1-16 plow. 21-ft. Western land roller. TRACTOR TIRES We have complete service for Allis-Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea, Masses-Harris and Firestone. Youth for Christ Featuring Jack Cpch* rape, noted Detroit, Mich., youth, director and song leader. High School ALGONA, IOWA Saturday, Sept. 15 8 P. M. Jack Cochrane Many Kossuth County young people will appear on the program. A Church Orchestra will assist. Interdenominational. Free admission. Freewill offering. Sponsored by the Young People from many Kossuth County Churches. Youngsters Program—Oldsters may attend. ARE YOU DRIVINGS A MM/MS CHICKEN SUPPER And Festival SUfNPAY, SEPT, 23 LEGION HAUL CORWITH v Sponsored By Catholic Ladies Aid Serving Begins at 5 p. m. 37-3U JfaroW Sorenson was a pes Mojneg Frjdsy, 'i : -j ',1','.-* ;,v; ^/"T! fV-^S'^T^^ ? ; ^ ' ^'''''^ i ^V^'^'*-^^^ BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa "Hydraulic Farm Hand Stacker Loaders Long Distance" continues to be swamped with calls—calls of returriing .veterans, calls that speed the harvest, cajls that market food, calls to help convert to peacg'time production, t That'? why yow may have to wait unusually long before the can answer, Your car doesn't have to be an old jalopy to run like a "Leaping Lena." Reduced wartime speeds and too much stop-and-go driving can sap its pep and power, causing it to lose its smooth operation. So let your favorite mechanic check the motor and tune it up. Then change tq Charaplin HI-V-I. . > the new fighting aviation oil, Champlin HI-VT! (High Viscosity Index) motor; oil is. refined by an' entirely new solvent process.,. from 100% Paraffin Base Mid-Continent Crude , , , the finest obtainable. It;. REMEMBER, fAe not only resists sludging, but actually washes away sludge already present in your mator. ' • ' Through regular mpa HI-V-I tends to increase compression, and to reduce valve sticking^ Vou'U get by with less oil, and yow, car will run smoother, last longer*! CHAMPUN REFINING Enid, Oklahoma Ptodticert, Rofinsra and , flrtt toll on *H ' '"' Never before hs§ ' had ta tell you §0 pften; i^at you

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