The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1945 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 15, 1945
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Beiiy Wildln entertained meat- bers of her Sewing club W4dnes<- day evening,- , .'He*, fiairl Stress attended iha Armstrong sub-district meeting , at Esthervile, Tuesday, .-., fetui'hed Friday frorti >, , tion held' at bes Molnei. . M*. fcfid MGfi» L. L. aietnent of Ames vlsjted tfie latteFs mother . C. Hi Blossom Sunday. >•', ',- MARC- CRAMER RICHARD LOO THE MWFI5 A DOCTOR! SUNDAY AND MONDAY, NOV. 18-19 Heaven was never like this!' as"!lolctia".,. She's someone new—Kith sum* thine PeMinastef Wade Sullivan has been ill the past several days with a severe cold and ear trouble. Miss Marie Gfover 6f Burl is spending a few days this week With her sister, Mrs. R. M. Wallace. Mf. and Mrs. Guy E. Mack of Storm Lake were callers "at the Lloyd Elston home last Thursday. Mrs, Naomi Behrens of Spencer spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk. Mr", and Mr*. Oiio Wessner of Kansas City visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford and other relatives in this vicinity last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Thul and daughter. Eileen, spent the holi-' day weekend in Clarion visiting Mr. Thul's mother, Mrs. J. C, Thul. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Barton spent Sunday in Ottosen with Mr. and Mrs. Archite Struthers. Mrs. Struthers is a cousin of Mr. Barton. Mrs. Laura Cronon of Hampton arrived Saturday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs.' Fred Timm. She returned to her home Tuesday. Mr. and. Mrs. Ward Champion and sons Russell and Delmar of St. Ansgar spent Sunday and' Monday, with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Champion. '...'; • Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clements Visited .their respective parents, M. E. Clements Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Myers at Jefferson, Iowa, ;last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Latch moved to Windom, Minn., Monday. The house which they have been ocupying is rented to Mr. and Mrs. Halbert Long. Lawrence Weir arrived home the first of the week on a 30-day furlough from the west coast and is • with his mother, Mrs. Anna Weir. He has been at Ft. Ord, Cal. Jim Merryman has been discharged from the Seabees and with his wife will come from Pasadena to Algona very soon. Mrs. Merryman has ibeen doing stenographic work and visiting relatives during her husband's absence. Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. I.' Merryman, and saw about three years of service in the South Pacific: .-.ALQONA UPtW-bjIS'-MOlMES,- ALGONA, IOWA left School Cartiival Tuesday, Nov. 20 At Union Twp. Center School No. 5 POPULAR GAMES AND CONTESTS Popcorn, Coffee, Hot Dogs, Lemonade Admission: 5c each Helena Welsbrod, Teacher »? i^iPublic Invited • fialph Miedke, Gall Town*, Burr Towne, of Waterloo, $hd O. P. Peterson returned Monday evening from a hunting trip td South Dakota. They report very good luck. . Mf. and M|s. Halph Meidki *.turned last Thursday from M6* line and brought the former's mother, Mrs. August Meidke with them. She fell several weeks ago and broke a hipi ; Miss Mary Wirt]«» of Colorado Springs, sister of Mrs. Fr&hk Butts, arrived Tuesday for a month's vacation from her duties as matron of a sorority house. She will visit brothers at Lakota and Garner also. Virginia Morck Greet Monday for Kansas City, ,,..^. she met her husband, Tuesday, Lt. Greer is expecting his discharge soon from the army, and Virginia will remain in Kansas City until he gets it. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erick»on spent Sunday in Livermore with Mrs. Erickson's mother Mrs, Charles Armstrong. Mrs. Erick^ son also enjoyed a weekend visit from her sister, Miss Josephine Erdmann, also of Livermore. Don Clapsaddle, son of Mr, ani Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle,: has reenlisted in the army and is now located at Ft. LeavenwortK, Kans. He is expected home this week on a 90-day furlough, lie has signed up for three years. Max Bartholomew, air corp* lieutenant, son of Mr. and Mrs, Maurice Bartholomew, is leaving next week for Santa Ana, Calif., after a furlough at home. He reports for further 'medical attention, following injuries suffered in parachuting from a plane over. Germany. ;; Mrs. Frank C. Moulton Sr. of Mitchell, S. D., arrived Saturday for a visit until Tuesday mornr ing with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Frank Moulton Jr., " •Dorothy Bjustrom'. Frank ' : /.-'.-w;*iii« ''Y'^'SW.i$t$ Whm^Siim nee has •Hm Pooie and Tom Bailey Went to Minneapolis, Saturday, to see the Minnesota-Indiana track meet. Mr. and MM. Erneti Anlikor spent Sunday in Bradgate with Mr. and Mrs. Noah Ahliker. Pt, and MM. F. C. ficanlan spent the weekend in Spirit Lake with Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Scanlan. Mrs. Maurice Morlenwn of Hampton spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. L. C. Hattson. Mr. and tirs. Donald Am* went to Lone Rock Sunday to spend the day with the letter's father, Dell Marlow. Mr. and lit*. Bert Eldien of Blue Earth were Friday Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker. Mr. and Mffe Ray Besch spent Sunday in Whittemore with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Besch. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait spent Sunday and Monday in Fort Dodge with Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wallukait. MM. L. F. Rice went to Briit, Monday, where she spent the day with her brother Lewis Banker and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster were weekend visitors in Ames with their daughter Mrs. Wesley Bartlett and family. . Mr. and Mrs. John •McEnroe spent a, couple of days in Des Moines last, midweek where Mr. McEnroe'' conducted business. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anliker went 'to' West Bend, Monday, to attend funeral services for Gottlieb Schafer, an uncle of Mrs. Anliker. Mrs. F. W. Dingley and Miss Helen l; Dingley went to Des Moines Saturday for a few days -visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. JB. Nugent. sent word that he is en route home from Japan and will be discharged from service. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk returned Nov. 3 from a month's trip to the west coast. En route they went to the Black Hills, Yellowstone park and to Spokane and down the coast to Long Beach where they spent' two weeks with Mr. Hoenk's mother, Mrs. May. Hoenk and his sister Mrs. H. H. Hardman. Their, trip home was the southern route,-" Thomas H. Williamson, CMl-c, arrived last'-Tuesday on a thirty day furlough which he wjll spend with his wife, the former Dolores Otto, who has been living with her parents during his absence,; Lt, Roland Lavrenz, whose wife ^ucaia ui mis. ^. r. nergsires- is the former Marjori'e .Otto; has f ser. The couple are the parents been discharged from service?He °f the,late C. P. Bergstresser. has been in the Bushrieirveterj, C' Mr*: Harvey Heid and her ans' hospital at Brigham Citj&.fbro&ertfri-law, 'A.. L. Sorenson of Utah. His wife has been liyihg i GleSdileg'CSI.v drove to Lakota lies arif a ;nd|Wup'J!arth Jait^davsefc !r. ariff .Mrs. Wif.f wherphey visited sisters ofMrs? Mr. and Mrs" L. W. Rouze'went to Ames for the weekend for a Visit with Mr. Rouze's family and with Mrs. Rouze's mother, Mrs. Earl Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Web«r of Lu Verne were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tuttle. They came to help celebrate Richard Tuttle's tenth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale 'Carr and daughter Barbara spent the weekend with Mrs. Carr's mother, Mrs. J: F. Overmyer. The Carrs live at Oskaloosa. ' Doyle Johnson,. grandson of Mrs. Harvey' Johnson, is expected this week'from the South Pacific, where he has been in service the past, two years. * Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bergsires- ser of Indianola were weekend of Mrs. C. P. Bergstres- i Mr*. James Bailey of Clear Mr*. Herbert Butt* of Des Lake came Thursday for a few Moines spent Friday here with days visit with her mother, Mrs. | her parents-in-law, Mf. and Mrs. ......-—... Laura Hopkins . i Fi-ank Butts > She —; , 7—!-•-"—""» •" "\*v •«•» i *•* nun. uuiia, ana inmny. one celebrate her 82nd birthday on I had spent part of the we6k visit- TP*«lrt««f «d 1 .'*- i_ .. ., I ., i * m : M . id . *. f. -.: Friday. Mr. and MM. Raymond Stoeber of Fenton and Mr. and*Mrs. W. B. Reed were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Reed. The couples are parents of Mr. and Mrs. Redd. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Percival went to Holdridge, Nete., Friday where they visited until Monday with Rev. and Mrs. E. K. Nelson who moved there from Algona several weeks ago. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and Mrs. Phyllis Kelley drov6 to Minneapolis, Sunday, to see little Michael Kelley. He is improving nicely but will remain in the hospital a few more weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wick* and Mrs. Wayne Yeakel spent Saturday and Sunday in Kanawha, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lang Rasmusson, the latter a sister of Mrs. Wicks. Mrs. Yeakel visited her parents. Richard Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson and Miss Ruth Baldwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baldwin, went to Cedar Falls last weekend where they visited Richard's sister Mary who is a student there. ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Zenther, at Renwick and also with a brother Iri Fort Dodge. Herb is a private in the armored division stationed at Ft. Knox, Ky, They have two children. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Roth and children spent Sunday in Whit- temore with M«. Henry Hagg and fftrhibr*. called at the hortie 6JT a' brothei", Peter Hagg who haS'J 1 ^" turned from Iowa City with''tils son Harold, aged 12 whV Kaa been a patient at the University) hospital following an' attack--of polio. He has recovered -i sUfll^ ciently to be able to: re-e"tttef school. Their 'laughteri-MariOnV • aged 18, who also had polio, is- still at the hospital but is Very much improved. ^ ••>, • .' NEW MACHINERY Hog Waterers Hog Feeders Hammermill Belts Manure Leaders Tank Wagon Boxes OCCOTONE SAVES PIGS I'd like the opportunity to tell you about the marvelous results farmers in this compnu- nity have obtained with Oc• cotone. As a general preventative of dreaded .necro ... as a safety first measure ... Oc- cotone is in a class by itself. Let me give you the details. A post card or telephone call will bring, me to your farm for n talk. There's no obligation. ; YOUR OCCO SERVICE MAN L. E. CARTWRIGHT Lock Box 108 Algona Electric Motors Pump Jacks Air Compressors Grease Guns •••••*•• Firestone Tires ' v '''.."•' DeLaval Milkers and Cream Separators '•• Stock Tanks, Steel and Wood : . A Good Stock of Parts for ; t A. C., New Idea and Oliver Corn Pickers Oil and Grease < ,.. , ••' 7'f ••«, • Used Machineiy 10-20 I. H. C. Tractor, Rubber Front 'K W. C. Allis Chalmers on rubber ;:; Model D John Deere Tractor : 'jv»l- I. H. C. Hammermill Victor Endgate Seeder 3 Section Springtooth Harrow :«• Si; 1 Pair 11x25x36 Tractor Tire Chains %; We have complete, service for Allis-Challners, Oliver, New Idea, Massey-Harris and Firestone. "Firestone" Tlrea -Tractolnbe" OH BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa "Hydraulic Farm Hand' Stacker Loaders . (jrcun&Cek Algona Esther L. Langmack and Elmer M. Langmack, Owners Galvanized Pails Dart Board Cork board, with darts Bullseye design. Elastron," acid, heat, water resistant. Assorted 'colors. Aluminum Ware xsa -• • . §Kag Mittens Sauce pans, percolators, kettles, jelly molds. Thanksgiving Crepe Table Coyer 20C each Place Cards Ic ea. For, girls. Assorted sizes, V"i and colors, Soap Trays |l|FG each Infant's Overalls Skirt Hangers Metal Corduroy. Assorted colors i Size 2-4. Thanksgiving Greeting Card* 2 forSc 5c Twin Doll Beds With ladder. Maple finish Shor£< ( sleeve, button ' style. Teen-ftge Hosiery- Rayon, Full length, Ironing Board Cover and Pads XmasCard* Toy Brooins Q| regular broom CUSTOMER'S CONTAINER Straight barrel has accurately: graduated float, long tip. RADIATOR SUPPLIES Dupont acid and nut inhibitor. ............ .S7a . Gamble's radiator clwner (Powder) , , i . . . . IQo Gamble'* radiator Bolder (Powder) ,,.«..,, 10o Warner • liquid radiator Bolder. , .- ...... 46e , "X" Block liquid....... Il.S Frewemeter float ....... ,16e Tiger twfat link chain* , .13,69 PAwe plamond link -.'.chain*. ...,.,..,.. ..$4.98 * •'*••"" _,...,...,. Gamble's deluxe spark plugs. .,,.,...;.,,,.. 4Se ,,,. $1.98 TIGER CH^EF •; '*6E:i :: •" For plenty o.f reserve power... quick-atai'' in the coldest ^eai No finer batteries . ;, built with Pott Orford CM» rfttoff, « andSl v>*™» ^B^nthi service gua*. •is

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