The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1945 · Page 4
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'^(^:M^^ -."- -X'.""'^'"*•*'''•.•'.'. : '--.:' : '' ! . : ""',"^ ^. l \'-''' : '^/'--^;°*'y^;f : "*:vZ ! ff":-^ — aiiiMiMgjI^^ Wesley Bey* Leave Badger School Wesley: Cletus, Vincent and Marvin, sons of J. P. Studer, left Sunday evening for Mt. Calvary, Vfis., where they will attend St. Lawrence college. Cletus and Vin- eent will take their second year high school work ahdi Mafvlto wil be In first year high. Stanley, oldest son of J. P. Studer, came home Sunday morning for a two weeks vacation. He hat taken two semesters of his 12th grade this summer. , Read The Want Ads—It Pay* PRICES September Sale! BURTLUTOANS ENTERTAINED 140 ATSLMLECTURE Burt: The Lutheran aid societj entertained the Algona, Fenton and Lotts Creek aid societies at the church Friday afternoon. Abotr 140 attended. .The Rev. Otto Erlie Boone, showed slides and gave a lecture on Mexico, which was very interesting. Lavrcnz Dinner Gucfets The following relatives were Sunday supper guests at the Roand Lavrenz home in hon'or of Roger Lee's first birthday: Mr. and Mrs. William Otto, Mrs. T. H. Williamson and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton and two sons all of Algona; Mr. anch Mrs. Jake Grienig, Truman, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz. LAST THREE DAYS SUPER S P E C I A L S I GAR GLEAN-UP VALUES'OAt Includes Paste Auto f 7m 6a Cleaner, Radiator*'" Cleaner, Pre-Wai Cleaner, Black Top Dressing, Touch-tJp Enamel, Black Tire Faint, Cleaner and Polish, Radiator Solder, Liquid Wax, Paste Wax. .'S/S/S. Dries In Lea than On» Hourl Quality One coat covers. Your chowe of a number of beautiful colon. Easy to mix, easy^ to use. Leaves no brush marks. ^ ^ J COMUN-SAVl BIG' BARGAIN! OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT OR, If YOU PREFER, USE OUR CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN Store Mrs. Blelch Very 111 Mrs. W. E. Bleich, who^fell f and broke a hip several weeks ago, is seriously ill at her home here. . K & H OH Change Robert Lewis took over the K. & H. station and garage Sunday. He recently bought the business from George Manus, who will run the K. & H. truck. was held iat Aigow Saturday. John ftiebhoff returned to" Sidlis City Sunday to resume his studie at Morningslde College after three weeks vacation tyith His g rents Mr. and Mrs. t». E, Riebhoft Lorena Riebhoff who tfeacheS a Dakota City, spent the week; end a home. The Leonard Schmidts. Bode spent Sunday at the Paul Mobri home. Vernon Schmidt was a home on furlough after completing his boot training at Grea Lakes. Mrs. Moore accompaniec the Schmidts home for a few days visit, Mrs. Schmidt is her datigh ter. ' Mr. and Mrs. Chris Haase hati as dinner and supper guests Sun* day in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jaskulke of Chicago: Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Denton of Cey"on, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Fred jflabs of St. Ansgar, Iowa, Mr. and Vtrs. Emil Haach and son of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Iver* Bet-gum and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Jraddock and family, Mr, and Mrs. Ray Braddock all Of Bancroft, Wm. Haack of, Lone Rock and Pvt. Eugene Schmidt of Colo•ado. Mrs. Haase and Mrs. Jos- kulke are sisters. Reg. 49c STEEL SKILLET Locking Gas Tank Nine-inch ... most nseful size for the average family. Extra strong. Every should have this safeguard. HOME FREEZER KIT Won't Cossack JACKET M.95 beautiful quality. A real ' Investment in looks and com- Contains all you need for ftaesing food »t home. Reg. 9.95 SHOWER CURTAIN & WINDOW DRAPES FLY REEL I<n«troua pyroxylin-coated rayon taffeta. Beautiful match- Ing pattern. Lightweight, rust- less aluminum. Ventilated. Tne wonder paint that dries in one hour. Many gorgeous colors. R.g.2.49 WALL PAINT 2.09 1.98 A __ 2J9 8.95 Dries overnight! Qives ft soft, velvety fin) ah. The Busy Bee club will have a theatre party Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Daniels spent Sunday at the Elmer Kienitz home at Lakota. Rosella Voigt, Algona, spent the week end with her friend Mrs. Glee Bullock. ! Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDonald were business visitors in Fort Dodge Monday. The Missionary Maidens will meet with Aria Mae Moore Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brace, Lu- Verne, spent Sunday evening at Tressie Ringsdorfs. The T. N. T. Club met Monday evening to celebrate Mrs. Walter Sorenson's birthday. Mrs. Bess Jones, Eldora, spen the -week end at the home of he sister Mrs. Glenn Hutzel. The Friendly Birthday Clu celebrated Mrs. E. C, Bierstedt' birthday Monday afternoon. Circle B of the Presbyterian Woman'e Council will hold a baki sale at Smith's store Saturday. The W. S. C. S. prayer meeting will be held at Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff's next Tuesday afternoon. Lloyd Schenck Jr. is attending Morton college at Lyons, 111. He is taking electrical engineernig. The Will and Alfred Nelson families, Algona, visited at the S M. Peterson home last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nels J. Nelson attended a Mission Festival at the Wesley Congregational church Sunday. The work of re-decorating the Presbyterian church has been started. Nuwod is being placed 01 •the walls. . • -... 'V«L Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson New Richland, Minn., visited lasl week Monday and Tuesday at the Bleich homes. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmer and Mrs. Robert Dewel, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the K. J. Smith home. Alvina, Albert, Emil and Paul Hasse spent Monday and Tuesday at the A. C. Bernan home at Lee Center, Minn. ^ Bill Boettcher left Tuesday for Ames where he will enter Iowa State College. He plans to take a course in forestry. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt and 1st Sgt. and Mrs. Vernon Jacobs spent Sunday at the Earl Nester home at Worthington, Minn. Orville Stow returned to his home at Davenport last Thursday after .a few days visit at the home of his father F. O. Stow. The Methodist youth fellowship resumed its regular Sunday evening meetings Sunday after a vacation during the symmer. The Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Heddle attended the Northwest Iowa Methodist Conference at Estherville, Wednesday to Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ditsworth took their daughter Rose Ellen to Des Moines Sunday, where she wlil attend Drake University. Mrs. P. L. Dremmel returned Monday from Aurora, 111., where she had spent a couple of weeks at the home of her son Floyd. Marie Grover returned the first of the week from northern Minnesota where she had accompanied Dr. and Mrs. Wallace on a fishing trip. J. L. Miller spent the week end at Havelock. His wife, who had spent the week there with her grandmother returned home with him. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck attended a district rural letter carriers meeting at Fort Dodge Saturday. Mrs. Schenck was elected district president. Capt. Clarence Schrader arrived last week from Walker Field, Kansas, where he had been stationed. He left Tuesday for Indiantown Gap, Pa. Mrs. Will Vogel left Tuesday for Huron, S. D., where she was called by the death of a brother Raymond Cooper. Funeral was to be at Hitchcock, S. D. The Fidelis Sunday school class will meet next Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson are hostesses. There will be election of officers. Mr. and Mrs. Niels Peterson and Margaret Knudsen, Blue Ea»th, Minn., spent Sunday at the Chris Knudsen home. The ladies are daughters of the Knudsens. The Aug. Bellingers and Weiner Streuchers, Algona, Emil Bollinger, Avoca, Wis., and the Herman Busises were supper guests last week Wednesday evening at the C. W. Reynolds home. Loren Clayton, Armstrong, visited the Elvidge families and other Burt frietids Saturday. He recently received his discharge from the army after service in the Pacific. The Claytons formerly lived near Burt. Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs. Petra Larson and Mrs. Harvey Larson and Mrs. Anna Christensen, Titonka, were Mason City visitors Monday. They visited Will Larson, Titonka, who is a patient in a Mason City hospital. Gerald Riedel, who is- a student at Wartburg college, Waverly. spent the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. L, H. Kiedel. He came to ittend the funeral of hi?, unclf StsyjfliojGMj RasJwp* which j 2 SWEA VETERANS, GETDISCHARGES ' Swea City: Otho Kerans and Richard O'Green, two of Swea City's veterans who were with the famous 34th division, are now civilians, having been discharged from military duty during this month. They left here on April 30, 1941, to train at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana. With them were Harry Johnson, who was killed in battle in Italy, and Lt. Franklin M. Koons ("Zip Koons") who later transferred to the Rangers. Otho and Richard, infantrymen, each have the combat infantry badge, the bronze star medal, together with three battle stars for Tunisia, Cassino and the Anzio beach head. In addition, Richard wears the purple heart. Otho is now living in Minneapolis where he plans to go into the job printing business. of Sexton Home . Se*tdn: jpfcf. Ijefiiard Weaver b this IT. J§. afm'y'ahd Has beeh s«fv* Ing In Italy the past yeaf or sd, has been given a thirty day furlough and is visiting his father Jake Weaver and his Many Mends. Mrs. Rose KirsehbaUrn and dren of Mason City visited a few days last week at the home of her mother-in-law Mrs. ,Wrn. Kirsch* baum. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis CJoeders, Billie and Mary Beth left last week for Alabama where they will visit with Mrs. (Seeders' parents : mm , •8a*4ft- AM . ; Saturday /titmwt ta visir tint Saf ah Wise lad-' otheif relatives, ,'M^mA Mfs. :&• ft- SaMeM Mrs Mary M6fWs iSBefit thr<pefc end at the hSrtie of MrY aHd Mrs 1 , ttenry ttawley at Clear LakevThey returned horns Sunday evening Mr.,and Mrs.' Alfred 5]fM& atid children arid Mrs. Drusie Noble visited at Mapletbtt, 'Minn., Suri* day at the home of their sister and family Mrv and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven.' They spent the afternoon with Nell Steven, who has been a patient in the Immanuel Hospital the past five weeks with a broken hip and he will be irt hospital about three weeks longer. , , ; at, AfiMifttt *8'tfiftiieF taests it tfi« hew 8( fti MA M(a i ! ^F|la- OfMiSSfeldti algtf \ Malted at tH8' HfenTfy; •' "" Seat! it* Want' FOOTBALL A. H. S. BULLDOGS - 'v*.' ••'• . '-. EMMETSBURG { Local Field . . - '/ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 8 P. M. \ Admission Single—Adult 42c plus 8c tax_____50c Student 29c plus 6c tax 35c Childen 6th grade and under 9c Season Tickets Adult $1.17 plus 23c ______$1.40,< Student 67c plus 13c -_. 80c Roofing — SIDING — Insulation ASK FOB A FEEE ESTIMATE You may buy on our convenient 'monthly, payment plan If desired. Cowan's can give you a complete job of repair and remodeling and Insulation of your home. Cowan Building Supply Co. ALGONA, IOWA GRIND OPENING Of Onr NEW Store Kossuth County Implement Store SOUTH OF COURT HOUSE GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER HANDLING ALL AVAILABLE "LABOR SA VING" APPLIANCES FOR FARM AND HOME . • • • • t MR. JOHN LAWLESS, FORMERLY WITH IOWA-ILLINOIS GAS AND ELECTRIC CO., WILL BE IN CHARGE OF OUR ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT. , ELECTRIC FENCES Both the famous Electro-Fence and the Shox-Stox. Priced from $13.95 to $29.95 G-E GERMICIDAL LIGHTS For your poultry house. Kill all airborne bacteria. Complete $17.00 to $25.00 BABY BOTTLE WARMERS The Electresteem—worth their weight in gold when the baby calls ..$2.25 ELECTRIC CHURN Butter-Master ........................................ $21.60 ', POULTRY DRINKING FOUNTAIN Includes water warmer ........... . .......... :...$8.75 Chicken Water Warmer ..... , ..... ....... ...... $4.Q3 General Electric Iron with Fabric Regulator .............. , .............. .... ........ ^..$8,55 Genera) Electric Alarm Clock- .......... We have also received an assortment of fractional horsepower electric motors . ¥4 % J/3 % YOUR INVITATION This is -a personal invitation to all to. attend the opening of our new appliance firm here in Algona. While at the present time it is impossible to have all the General Electric appliances that we would like to have, we can and do promise you that as soon as this merchandise is available we will have all those aids to better living that you have come to expect from General Electric. V Order now for future delivery on those appliances not available at tWs date. We will make, delivery according to the date your order Is placed with us. ORVILLE F, PRENNAN TIME SWITCHES To turn your lights on and off in the Chicken House, yard, etc $7.50 to $13.50 • ••••••••••»••••••!••••••§ LIMITED SUPPLY of 3-cell service lights, and electric 2-Burner Hot Plates ' Also Attractive Selection of Art i Metal Light Fixtures 200 GALLON ROTARY PUMP SKID TANKS 78.50 ProvU*s safe storafft f or K«w»line. Begularly built for /{eld service. 8ft In, In diam'eter by 7? In, 35 Jn, to topi f»| tanfc> i^cludin? sUds, base rot»ry pump, 1? G';?'^ 8 fe*t of H In, covered hose wljth two coupUnys and str»lf bt no«;le. Vacuum breaker. Horded nozzle pc^ FWl pap »n4 PWHW aJrrangfd for ls*k. Will %»y fojr Ifcelf .by eliminating spillage aJone, Sale and cwvenie! LAMP BULBS Complete stock of all wattages. Famous G-rE majttv ELECTRIC ALL METAL , Chick Brooders 29.95 3QO 0HICK AJw avaJUble r . to m : raT.p|^E^ Kossuth Co. Im wWW 1HBR ^Hjli^ •. 9^mr I^BIP^ , ^BIF^^W ^Hn^^^^P .^wflft; • • ^ -.-__ "^^ffr ^tjjJlfr •£*£&_ : • ^^^^^^^f m M\^f m ^^ m ^^ \

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