The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1945 · Page 6
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SKIS LOOK! FIRST AGAIN AS ALWAYS New Electrolux Cleaners Will Be AVAILABLE SOON For information see Don H. Hutchms Local sales and service representative 619 S. Jones St. Algona, Iowa Phone 832-J V on t *x&y "I Can't Afford to Insulate My Home" ZONOLITE Brings the Comfort and Economy of Insulation Within the Reach of Every Home Owner N . .o LONGER need you feel that insulation is another one of those things that will just have to wait. You can afford to insulate now! You can afford Zonolite— the finest insulation money can buy— because you can install it in the attic yourself! Inexpensive? Certainly ; ; ; and simple. A few bags of Zonolite each week (no need to buy them all at once unless you wish), a few hours of your time, and the job is done. Your lumber dealer is the man to see. Let him explain how easy Zonolite is to handle . . . how clean and safe. He'll tell you why Zonolite adds so much to your comfort — winter and summer — and subtracts so much from your fuel bill. Start ZONOLITING your home RIGHT NOW. MI-MINERAL LIGHTWEIGHT FIREPROOF PERMANENT ROTPROOF VERMINPROOF Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool The Algorta t'pji>Cf t>CR Molfl^ Algonft, 1 Car Tires Blow Chit; Runs Awsty} FaMiter Injured LuVerne; Aksel Nielsort fecelv ed head injuries, cuts and bruises, Saturday, when the team he was driving was frightened and ran away, he was thrown from the wagon and he suffered severe cuts on his head and other injuries. Mr. Nielson, a farmer living east of town, was just coming in from the field where he had been picking corn. A car drove by him and two tires blew out which frightened the horses and caused the run away. J. J. Club Meeting— The J. J. Club will meet Friday afternon at -the country home of Mrs. Paul Phillips. Entertainment for the afternoon will be in charge of Mrs. Henry Miller and Mrs. John Ramus. Birthday Club Bridge— The Birthday Club met Friday evening at the country home of Mrs. A. F. Zwiefel with three tables of bridge at play. Birthdays observed were Mrs. J. A. Lindebak and Mrs. Paul Phillips. Mrs. C. W. Cote received high honors, Mrs. Harry Lichty second high and Mrs Art Dimler received low prize. Lunch was served by the hogtess at the close of the evening. Methodist Rally Day— The Methodist church observed Rally Day Sunday with a special service during the Sunday school hour, and the worship hour was in charge of the pastor Rev. Robert Phillips. There was an installation of church officers, a special program by the Sunday school students, presentation of awards, and promotions were made. Attended Baptism- Mr, and Mrs. Karl Schipull and family and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Baumgaard of Brewster, Minn., at* tended the baptism of 'Lonnie Herbert Kirchhoff, infant son o( Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kirchhoff, Sunday at the Zion Lutheran church of Beaver township. Lon- nio is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Schipull. Rally Day Services— Rally Day was held Sunday in the Evangelical church. The morning worship service was in charge of the pastor Rev. Paul Beckman, A fellowship dinner LUVERNE Toohey Grocery Trauger Grocery Corner Store REST-Get the BEST MATTRESS 5O TO PASS THE PEP TEST GET UNBROKEN REST To keep fit for your daily tasks—to have that vibrant glow of health—you need complete rest during your hours of sleep. Is your mattress giving the comfort it should to let you rest properly? If not—it's time to get a Sealy. Its buoyant resiliency will cradle your tired body in soothing, restful repose. You will enjoy years and years of comfort service from this mattress that has been America's choice for over three generations, VlIKE SIMPWG ON A CLOUD" Richardson Furniture Co. City Store with Country Prices was Meld irl the gymnasium at noon. Rev. Robert Phillips Was guest-speaker in the afternoon. • Ti^llv Tlftv <tfri?\Hf*i*^ Virc^-i* Vsd^ln ,rvmij> uwj' at* viXiCo w wits nciv* Suhday in the. Presbyterian church, the theme for the worship service was "Learn of Me", The Rev. A. R. Smith, pastor of'the church was in cfrarge of the worship service. A fellowship dinner was held at noon in the city hall. Marian Thomas of ^Titonka spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buenger of West Bend visited Sunday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman and family spent Sunday in Fort Dodge visiting his mother Mrs,. Anna Hanselman who is ill. Grace Christensen, cadet, nurse from Des Moines, spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen. Helen Stauffaoher who is employed in a restaurant in Titonka spent the week end at the home of her grandfather Charles Miller. John Riley and his grandson Merle Riley both of Waterloo visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley. Frances Siem returned to her home at Decorah Sunday after spending the week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. James Avitt of Des Moines visited Friday and Saturday at the home of his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. William Murray. Mrs. William Johnson of Amboy, Minn., spent a few days here visiting at the home of her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cote. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Phillips and family and Mrs. Jennie Phillips were vsiitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips at Storm Lake Sunday. Selma Behnkendorf of Bode and Pvt. Ernest Bratland of Ft. Snelling, Minn., visited Sunday at the home of Selma's mother Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf. Miss Helen Wolf who is -attending Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf. Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Wittenburg and Nadine spent Saturday in Fort Dodge. Rev. Wittenburg visited Charles Goetsch who is a patient in the Lutheran hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pergande and Elizabeth were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Raymond Pettigrew at Algona. Mrs. Pettigrew is the former Evelyn Pergande. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Baumgaard of Brewster, Minn., were week end guests at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schipull. Mrs. Baumgaard is the former Anna Schipull. Mrs. E. E. Wegner and daughter Rose Mary and son Frank of Kansas City, Kansas, spent several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz -and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Shapner and family of Laurel, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shapner of State Center spent the week visiting at the Gottlieb, Carl and Edwin Hanselman homes. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Meyer and daughter Barbara and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, Jr. and family were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bigings arrived recently' from California to visit at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. William Bigings. Bob recently received his honorable discharge from the navy. . About 20 relatives gathered at the Richard Wegner home Sunday evening to 'honor his son Pfc. Norman Wegner on his birthday. Norman recently returned after being overseas in Nortjh Africa and Italy. Pfc. Alfred Schipull is spending a 30 day furlough at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schipull. Pfc. Schipull recently returned after spending three years overseas with the army in the southwest Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knopf returned the later part of the week from Sumner where they had spent several .days visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Knopf are visiting at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. William Knopf. Robert Kruse, son of Mr. anc Mrs. F. H. Kruse, l of Jefferson former LuVerne residents, who recently graduated from Iowa State college where he majored in chemistry research has taken a job in Pittsfield, Mass. The Kruse's operated the Corner store here. Ervin Meyer of Clarion yisitec Sunday at the home of his parents Mr. and] Mrs. Henry Meyer also with his wife who has been visiting at the home of her mother Mrs. Ella Wioto. Mrs. Meyer and daughter Marlene and.Mrs Wioto returned to Clarion with Mr. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Stecker.ant children plane, Paul, Glen an: Mary of Rochester, Minn., visitet over the week end at the home P Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict and also at the F- J. Chapman and. J It. Liehty homes. Mrs. Stecker i the former Opa} White and she 1 a niece* of Mrs. Benedict, Mrs Chapman and Mrs. Liehty. When Flsb IsJWeat, Never counron your catfish un tit it is to the pan. The most yo can expect is hot dog. J. B. Huig man. retired Holland farinei found this out while hooking huge catfish in the Iowa river near Eldora. Before he cpuUl ISM- it, strange things happened. A; Mr Muskratlunged for his dinner, W fish escaped, and Mr. Muskrai gQ hooked instead. 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