The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1945 · Page 8
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SHOWER HON0REE fronton: A miscellaneous shbjyer was given in honor of Mrs; Don Shaw, the former. Shirley Frank, Saturday evening at the Methodist church parlors. Mrs. Alfred MjSy" ers had charge of the progr'am which was excellent. '•. LaVonne Newel presented twp Solos, while Mrs, Snaw was presented with a dozen roses, during the selections, a gift front Mrs. Meyers, her daughters Joan and Belly Ann, and Mrs. Melvin'Man* sager. Barbara Frank then ' presented a vocal solo, and a piano solo was presented by Pnyllls Frank. . "Tribute to a Friend" was given .by Mrs. Melvin Mansager artd iietty Jean Schwartz, and "Tribune to a Pupil" was given by Mrs. Gerald Voigt, while Barbara Frank offered a "Tribune' to u Sister." Mrs. Howard Raney and Phyllis Frank also offered a piano duet. Mrs. Wallace Smith and Mrs. Fred 'Mortensen won lucky chair prizes. Following the opening of the gifts, lunch was served by the following hostesses: Mrs. Chas, Newel, Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mrs. Howard Rabey, Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth, Mrs. Fred Newel, Mrs. Will I Weisbrod, Mrs. Alfred Meyers, Mrs. John Light and Mrs.' Jake Schwartz. .ALGONA UPPER t)ES M01NE8, ALGONA IOWA _ Jie dog again but It turned Mde for Wulf again, wholly ttftdaUrttfd by the Injection of the .jjlftfitbrte into the battle. The at- $ek 'proved to be a tactful error on th6 part of the skunk, as Mr. Wulf stood his ground and won the .engagement. At least, as much as It Is possible to w/n a' battle with a skunk. ADDING MACHINE Roll* for sale at the Aliotifl Upper DM Maine* office. Regular ilte, iBe each, ? tor 2Sc. Large Hie, JOc eash. 2 for 96e. ' 34-tl SALE: Purebred HattiiSshire boars, extra g<Jod. 4 mi. east LuVernd. a. 45U Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 35o for 12 words or less. When paid with .order, 3c per word; when charged, 4c per word. No ag- ents' commission allowed, tf advertising atehto 6 h a r e e Ihclr clichte 4c and send cash with order they receive lo commlMlon. Blind Ada Z5c. for FOR SALE: John Deere mounted corn picker in extra good shape. Elmer Hrubes, Brill, Iowa. IS FOR SALE: 'Purebred Spotted Poland China boars. Kenneth Brandow, 1 mi. west Algona. 4811 SMALL three quarter size piano and one midget piano. Completely guaranteed and priced to sell. Write Armstrong Pmrie Co., Spencer, Iowa. 48* Mrs. Krausc Hostess— • Mrs. Art Krause entertained members of her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Substitutes were Mrs. C. F. Wegener, Mrs. Raymohd Stoeber and Mrs. George Jentz. High schore prize went t<j Mrs. "E. K. Johnson and .second high 'to Mrs. Fred Newel. Trip to DCS Molnes— Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan Jr. and daughter Barbara Jane drove to Des Moines Saturday morning. They were accompanied by Forrest Hanifan Sr. of • Swe' City and also by Miss Eunice Johnson and Miss Lorraine Wegener. Eunice and Lorraine remained in Des Moines as they will seek employment there. • The rest returned Saturday night. Interne on a Visit— Robert Votteler spent Saturda}' and Sunday at the home of his parents the Ernest Vottelers. He came especially to see His brother Ervin who has been spending a furlough with his parents. Robert is serving his interneship at the County hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Betty Ann Meyers of DCS Moines, spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers and Joan were Thanksgiving . dinner guests at the L. J. Weisbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mansager of Holiandale, Minn., are spending few days at the Melvin Mansage home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ehm ani children of Des Moines spent th> week end at the Ernest Vottele home. Irene Bleckwenn, navy nurse arrived at the home of her mothe Mrs. Theo. Bleckwenn, Friday, fo a visit. Yeoman 1-c Leona Baags of St Louis arrived at the parental Han BaagS home Friday and returnee Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Biersted and boys were Sunday dinne: guests at the Wm. Voigt home neai Graettinger. Erna Meier, recently discharged army nurse, is spending some time with her sister Mrs. Martin Hantelmann. Sunday dinner guests at the W J. Weisbrod home were Mr. anc Mrs. F. P. Neville and Beth Ann and Mrs. Tena Newel. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fuller of Iowa Falls spent from Friday to Sunday at the home of Mrs. Fuller's parents Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baag. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod Betty Ann Meyers of Des Moi and Joan Meyers of Storm Lake were Sunday dinner guests at the Alfred Meyers home. Mrs. R. O. Berke accompaniec Florence Weisbrod and Edith Laage to Des Moines Sunday as ehe left for her home in Ft. Worth, Texas, Monday night, Mr. apd Mrs. Forrest Hanifan and daughter Barbara Jane were Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Ditsworth home in Armstrong. Mrs. Tillie Walker of Qmaha spent the week end at the Martin Hantlemann home and also with her two daughters Jeanne and Barbara. Miss Joan Meyers, student at Buena Vista college at Storm Lake spent the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Meyers. Mrs. John Finnestad and Mary Lou went to Sioux Falls, Friday morning to spend the week end with Mrs. Harry Tunge and also to get acquainted with the Finnestad's new grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel and son Dennis and Miss LaVonne Newel were Sunday dinner guests at the Rev. F. C. Preul home. The •£casion was in honor of Mr, jind Mrs. Newel's second wedding an» niversary. Vernon Finnestad, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Finnestad. Joan Finnestad, daughter of Norman Finnestad, arid Beverly Cody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amer Cody, spent a Thanksgiving vacation at their parental homes. Stinking Time. An aggressive skunk at the Wayne Sienknecht home near Gladbrook gave Carl Wulf and his dog a stinking good time last week. The skunk was first seen strutting along the sidewalk and the dog gave cha^e but was soon on the run hlmsetf with the skunk close behind. Wulf threw a boar'' at the striped . little "stinker", which imme.<iiat.phr, £h,isef| him ih»o the barn, Wheo/|je emerged with a pjtchforfe, : tfyrfkunk- -was FOR SALE: 1937 Chevrolet. Geo. Hanna, 3'/£> mi. south and FOR SALE: Baled hay and straw, alfalfa timothy mixed, 150 bales choice third cutting alfalfa. Tom Sampson, Algona. 48* FOR SALE: 'Duroc boars, choice 225 to 270 Ibs. New stock for old customers. Matt Weydert, 4 mi. straight west of LuVerne, % LIV- ermore pOstoffice. 48-51* FOR SALE: negistered milking Shorthorn bulls from 1 to 13 mo. old. Phone. 3501, Lone Rock. W. G. Kading. . 47-48* FOR SALE: Choice Poland China boars- these board have quality. Jess Diigan, four miles west, mile south of >Burti 4S-49* FOR SALE: Eagle watefr 'fjroof home insulation, "blown in." Expert Inspection, estimating serv" ice. Cowan Bldg,- Supply Co., phone 276, Algona. .20-3*811 FOR SALE: Spotted Poland pure- Connie Kohlhaas, bred boars, Livermore. 48-48* FOR SALE: Registered Hampshire boars, both fall yearlings and spring. They are fugged, heavy-bone individuals. New Itoiik for old customers. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 39-60* FOR SALE: Purebred Chester White boars. 1 mile west, 2 miles south ' of Wesley, L, E. Wingert. , 46-80* FOR SALE: Purebred Poland China boars. Over 50% of our boars go to old customers. Aaron W. Steussy, LuVcrne. 47-48* NEW HONEY~for sale. 5 Ib. jar $1.00. Hocnk Motor Service, West of Court House: 37tf FOR SAI..E2: Johns-Manvlllo -Type A Hlown Home Insulation in- WANT meht. Permanent residence, phdn« telephone office, &85. furnished tf heuse • '6* WANTED! Experienced waltres^ es; to& wages- good ' Hashes Cafe. - , » WANTUD: Girl to care f6f chili dren during home basketball games. Phone 671-W, Mrs. Gen* Hertz, Algoha. 48 ^i^ t^M^- i. aygp^^ .ioifnailort ott 6%iiIh|s L ttoefik w.BBrviee, ,'Wesf at G&UK House, - liter laid Work,, .Cowan Gliding' Cd,, Bhofte 276, ..j-v.^ Don Hi Htitchins> yuuuur , jieetreluje ' repfesenta* Mjjfc. 819 S. Tories, Al«ana, phone AQ9i£T4 . jAitf WANffib: FurnisHed apartmeni or house to rent. Bx»service mart and wife phone 129, Alg'ona. 48* WANTED: Man for part time work in attending skating rink. Con-i tact Walter Bradley, Algona. 48*. MATCHING EGGS. Can tise llhi ited, number of new flocks. Eggs to be delivered to the Kossuth' County Hatchery at Algdna. Write SPENCER CHICK HATCHERY, SPENCER, IOWA. v' 4MB WANTED: Lady for general housework. Call 21-J'3 or write Hancock Co. Farm, Garner. Iowa. . 48-50* HELP CANTED YOUR CHANCE to operate a congenial business that-will yield fine income arid give-ybu greater independence than most; ordinary lobs offer. You will be the boss and have an opportunity, to accu- rtuilato substantial savings. An FOR SALE:'Going to California. Called. For estimate call Del automobile is the only investment. east Lone Rock. 48" FOR SALE: Black Polnnd China 'boars, 1945 March and April farrow, one yearling immuncd, the thick easy fojding kind. Free delivery for a short time. A. L. Gregory, Rutland, Iowa. 48-50* FOR SALE: Purebred Berkshire boars. Geo. Grein, St. Benedict. 48-50 FOR SALE: Shallow well pressure system and electric tank heater like new. Henry Eischeid, 608 E. Elm St., Algona. 48" FOR SALE: Full line of machinery and new International tractor and cultivator. Gus Torino, Lakota. 48" FOR SALE: Kewanee elevator, 40 ft., like new, wide. GO good feeder pigs. Ed Arend, 2M; miles west of St. Benedicl. 48* FOR SALE: Oil heaters. George's Cafe. 48 FOR SALE: Purebred Poland China boars. % mi. south, Vt mi. west Lone Rock. R. Bierle. 48-50* FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars of outstanding quality. These boars arc the best we have ever raised. Farmer priced. New blood for old customers. Also some fine quality gilts. A. H. Streeter, 4V4 N., 3 miles cast Renwick. 47-50* Must sell at once, several improved and unimproved farms In Kossuth. and Palp Alto counties Priced .right for quick sale. Write or phone D. L.' McDonald, Algona or see you? broker. Ph. 125. , . '• ' 47-48* FOR SALE: Registered Duroc boars, deep bodied, dark red, excellent quality, guaranteed breeders* wt, 300 Ibs. and over. Howard Northrop, 4V4 mi. E. Bancroft, ' ; • 47-48' FOR SALE: Purebred black Angus bull; good . breeder. Howard Lunberry, 2 E., 4 N;, % E. of Algona. . . . ' . 47-48 FOR SALE: Choice purebred Poland China spring and fall boars. Best of blood " lines and well grown. Papers free. Farmers' prices. Vfc'rni; .South, M: mi. West of Lone Rock.'Louis H. Reilly. 47-48* FOR SALE: Purebred black Poland China winter and spring boars. John Bockes, LuVcrne. 46-51* FOR SALE: Poland China boars, ready for service, cholera immune. O. E. Ely, Titonka. 46-49* FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars, thick, rugged, dark red. Large group to select from; new breeding for . old customers. (Over 20 years a Duroc breeder). John F. Weber, 2 mi. east Irvington. Algona phone 15-F22. 45-48* Ijeanuagh, Phone 707, represent Co. VVormhoudt Home Insulatioi) 44ti FOR SALE: Circulating heater Used two winters. Clarence Ackerman, Wesley. Phone 3175. 43'' FOR SALE: Cold Spot refrigerator, looks and runs, like new. Nate Studer, Wesley, Iowa. 48 FOR SALE: 2 toy terrier pups, one 2M> one 6 Ibs. Price $15' each. Mrs. Eva Pearson, Wesley. • 48' s FOR SALE: 2 white and 1 red, bulls, serviceable age. Phone 3141, Whittemore. 48-10=' FOR SALE: Chester White bnars and Hereford full-blood Mike Loss, Algona. bulls 48 FOR SALE: 300 White Rock'pul- lets, some now laying. " Loss, ph. 14-F4, Algona. S. L. 14pl3 FOR SALE: One Jersey heifer calf, one fall Duroc boar. W. ,1. Barr, Algona. 48* For Rent FOR RENT: Sleeping room. North Hall St.,, Algona. 320 48* Wanted WANTED: Married man to work on farm, good tenant house, top wages. E. K. Johnson, Fcnton, la. 47tf • • Nearby opening. For complete de'-j tails and without obligation write: The J. R. Watkins Company R189, Winona, Minn. .: 47*49* Miscellaneous FRBEr'ClcaVi cobs, 1 week. '.Leb McKnroo, Algona. SCOTCH TAPE for .Christmas wrapping is now available, at lha ',, Upper Des Moiries office. Rolls arc'' 1296 in. long. Bargain price. ,7Bc per roll. , ; ". "' ''" I'OWN PRnpF.RTY LOW: EST LOANS. • FHA .andi'Vitr: crans "GI" Loans to, purchase, . remodel, Refinance Homes. . A'- ' •rona Federal Savines & .Loan..Aleon^i, Iowa. ._ _ 30tt •'LrxiK SANDING and inp,. Hfavy cominorcial equip iienl. Pnrtjible power plant •nw.-ir, Bids. Supply Go,, phont' 278, Algona. I7-3-8W: Exchange Dcpt. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining* room—Living • room suites Breakfast sets. Buffets, Radios •':'' and Washers. ••: BJOSTROM'S FURNITURE ,'••.'• . . . ••' '• ; •' tf SEE;,..ME FOR Real Bargain's in farmV.loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. ' tf SELL your late model car to me for the highest price.. Free in- ^jg^n-f-"—'-•-••— 'V. They say that your face is the index to your character. In much the same manner, show windows are the index to the kind of a store inside. If the show windows are dirty, ill-kept, disorderly, you expect to find the same kind of merchandise and stock ipside. We think our Christmas show windows are the most beautiful we have ever displayed. We'll go a bit further—they are probably as attractive as any Christmas windows ever displayed in Algona. What's more, our holiday stocks are the most complete, most varied, most truly gorgeous of any we have shown for many, many years. We are ready for you. Shop at this QUALITY Store —for 75 years headquarters for Christmas shoppers in Kossuth County. CARn OF HUNKS • We wish ta taaijk ell thbse who e*pw|«ed N sympathy In any way during'our r&e&it bereavement. Mb. OMar oxley, Vlfteeftt Oxley. Mr, and Mrs. Leslie McEnroe. 48* CARD Or THANKS I Wish to thank all my neighbors ana friends for their generous help in harvesting my corn. A. L. (Pat) Rasmussen, Burt. 48* CARD OF ItttANKS „ I wish to thank all. my friends, schoolmates, and Sister Dorothea for the.'cardsi letters/books, candy, arid other sifts received during recent'Illness. Sheryll J. Red- ; 48* C0LWBLL BROS. Having sold the sale ,t>Sfh hete in Algona, have more thane to deVote to farm sales, 'Ai present we have a good matiy sates already hooked. it our auction Work meets your approval, and you are having an auction sale, we will be glad'to sell your property. , Graduates of Jones National Auctioneering School, Chicago, til., class of 1913. Sold sales every year since. PHON1E445 it TOOK ME so Lowe TO GET MY MEAT THAT I GOf A TICKET F6R PARKING; OVERT I ME-//BUY ,VOU,R MJAT ' i (x?. Vou "CAN GET [WHY, HELEN, WHAT'S AND VoO CAN ALWAYS UPOM THE MEAT YOU BUY tHERE/ I^ABGE, CRISP DILL PICKLES 3 lOc FRESH OYSTIRS 69c p. LIVER SAUSAGE 19c FRESH NECK SPARE RIBS , PORK SAUSAGE ROLLS:^,.._•,. ,„ FANCY SLAB BACON : .'vjj BACON SQUARES ,„ 23(5 *Mti wimftfe;:l : j : ,,33c RING BOLOGNA ,„_ „ £3c Coarse or Fine lb. I8c Breakfast of Champions Wheatics ........ 2 8-° Quick or Regular Quaker Oats.... ...48 oz pkg Quaker Puffed Wheat , . Sparkis* ......... ... 5^ oz pkg N. n. c. 12 oz. . Shredded Wheat ...... ....: ...|jj c Chocolate Cream ; COFFEE : ...... 2 1 Ib.'bag» ' 1 Quaker Puffed Rice Sparkier T ..4£ oz pkg J3|j Malta Meal : ...... :26 oz pkg Jip C & H Brown Sugar, 1 lb pkg gg Bab-b Cleanser.. ......... 2 cans 2 No. 2 cans 25c <\rni t Baking Soda 1 Ib pkg Bit: Diamond , Matches.. .. u... g boxes Mayflower Tornatoes.. No. 2 can Jack sSprat Enriched ., -5 Ib. bag J9c 25 lb. bag si.39 50 Ib bag MM Snlf PpJishine..FIoor Wax Wax^rite ',..:,full pint Glorp?: Bleach ..... \ gal jug ?9c Sani-Flush can |9c Lewio Lye ....3 cans J|5c Blue Bunny 1 Fruit Cocktail 5 No. 10 can | $1.39 1 Mayflower Peaches In syrup NO. w 2 0r can piwv Jack Sprat Fancy Midget —-Peas No. Z JQ can 1 36 Dude Ranch: Apricot Preserves a ib. AQ A jar *t3C Fruits and RUBY REP GRAPEFRUIT U K A IN U 10 Florida Juice, Large Size GRAPEFRUIT U f\ A1 It I II U 1 I Marsh Seedless J^ar^e CRANBERRIES ; EXTRA FANCY BOX DELICIOUS APPLES IDAHO ,„. 9 C ' Size- ,,,..i dozen 10 <o, 49c ..: ub.^c , n, lie i I'l RRY

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