The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1946 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 5, 1946
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£V»h~^"£"'1i>';^ }.lWfilM@>S^SKSl|^C'P;^^M^^®S^^i^^ Eiiiiiy;^ PAGE TWO. ALGittNA Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom and the letter's mother, Mrs. J. fi. Walker, dre leaving Wednesday for Long Beich, where they will spend three weeks with Carl Walker and family. Carl is a brother pf Mrs. Bjustrom. They are driving through. Mr, and Mrs._K. S. Cowan and Robert LaBarre* returned Sunday from Kansas City, Mo., where they attended the annual Eagle Picher seminar which was held for five days. The Cowan Building Supply is the local Eagle Picher representative. Charles Miiiag. Phm-3e.. arrived holme the latter part?- of last week for a 15-dny leave with his wife, the former Velma Jean S'hipler, and their three-months- old* son, whom he had never seen. Chuck is stationed in the navy at Little Creek, Va. Mrs, Louis Vet Ve« and Hltle son Philip left Tuesday evening for Elmhurst, where they will be joined by Mr. Ver Veer. They have purchased a home there and until it was ready for occupancy Mrs. Ver Veer has been living with Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass. Saw This, Returned Sefvlca M*ft (A Weekly Review With An Overseas I WHAT DO YOU NEED IN OFFICE SUPPLIES ? • TYPING PAPER • SECOND SHEETS • ONION SKIN PAPER • COPY SHEETS • TYPEWRITER RIBBONS • ADDING MACHINE ROLLS -2 SIZES • MIMEO PAPER, . .: •' • • ' '-•**, v, • •'.'', » DESK BLOTTERS * *' • LEGAL'BLANKS • CARBON PAPER • FILE FOLDERS • SHIPPING TAGS • ENVELOPES KRAFT, MANILA, CLASP • TYPEWRITE CLEANER • STAMP PADS • STAMP PAD INK • GUMMED LABELS • DATERS • RUBBER STAMPS • SCOTCH TAPE! • SALES BOOKS IF WE DON'T HAVE IT WE CAN SOON GET IT "Just Call Me Mister", says Canipbell Hiw«t>hf*y, below, /whtj Is manager of the Algona Ice Cream & Candir Paistory, after feeing In Uncle Sam's army from August of 1942 until October of 1946. During his three years and two ffidnths duty, twtt'yeftw was overseas, he was stationed in BMsbane, Australia, We and on Luzoti, • •• ,., •.. • ;....; Mrs. Hpmphrey is the former Grace Taylor, <wihos6 father; Ghat les •-Taylor, for many y^ars operator of the left crearrt plant jheire.; passed away early In 1943. The plant was the first manufacturing' concern, to •be locate^ In Algona. Campbell, who" ts 39, not only is very happy to be hbfti'e, toirt ex* pressed optimism about the future of Algona and the firm's business in this territory; In addition to making ice cream and distributing candy, the organization handles the ice supply for Algona, does refrigerator car icing for other local firms, and operates a locker plant. Humphney le{t the service with a rating of technical sergeant. Mir. and MM. Ernest Anliker and daughter Beverly and Mr. and,Mrs. Arthie-McDanek were in Des Moines last Wednesday on (business. Sunday the Anlikers went to West Bend to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schafer Sn, and were supper guests ; of the Adolph Bruellmans. Mrs. Catherine "Wurn came home Wednesday from Fort Dodge, where she had been with her son Paul, who was there a few days having his left arm set. He broke the arm several days before in an devator accident. The arm/was set at the. time, but the hohes . did" not hold,, and it , .... pi from ^De'H^^'ColitJ.f^KI she spent nearly a .itiontk wltft her daughter, Bafbttra ( ' who Matf been ill, but is nicely Recover tvdw and has Returned to heir Wbrk in tHe FltKsIfhfilbttiS QStterBl Hospital. M?. EooJ, Mfet her at Bobrie: and; ihiy^alfgttt tiS Des Molne?! for ft few-Hours ttt 1 see theic sbrtf pick, vvho Was $6'cefit- ly discharged ff-oM th£ aritty at Fort: Leaven worth. Mrs. Dick Pool is spehding a few; diys in Des Mbine's with her*! 1 husband and they Will thett return- to Al- WHITTEMORE Whlttemore, Jan. 30-^Thursday mornfftg, Jan. 24, at St. Michael's church, here, Ada, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Fandel, was married to William McCullum, sbh of Mr. and Mrs. >Rby McCullutn, Dyer, Ind. The 'Rev. James Fandel, brother of the bride officiated in a double ring ceremony and at high mass* Acolytes were Mjichabl Kelly and James Geelan. The bride, given in marriage by itfawnh She fifth®. with v a shower of I, sm uoi^ifls, srtoV ttftpfiiSsus. maid' of hojiar, f findei, *list«*'6£-th6. te{d«i ware a blue iofflial 6i ftet'artd'iatie, aftd H , Zitr piiaiJ, ft* ahdUebr'Sftkt ' 'ift* Mol Ajiltti ; Kef® brMegrbom, Was train 'bearer, and wore a flooNlength dress of ice blue with a corohet of flowers. Paul Fandel, cousin of s th*e bride, carried ithf ' rinfisMrt 1 it^callft' lily. 'fiieV brjafegrjboJriviWas attended by his cbusih Richfltd Kelly. Edward Kelly, •cousin, of the torlde •and bi-ldegrosm, served as .usher. During the ceresmony Be>hadette Fandel, sister of the •bridle; sang Av& Matia, ac^olrtflariled by Sr. M.'.teo.. •/;'. _.'. . ' . ; • A weddlngidinnei > ' | Was served nt the toride^s home to the intmediate families, and% 'fivc^ti« > e i d wedding cake topped with miniature 1 bride and bridegroom', centered the ibride's table.. Mrs. Pauline Miller, who h been making her home with her sister, Mrs. Harold Roth and family, the past few. months, went to Lake Crystal last week for a visit with another sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Gappa. She is expected back the first of the week. Harold Fitch. MM 2-c.. son of Mrs. P. W. Hansen, recently was given his disharge at Nashville, Tenn., and arrived home January 24. He had been in the service three years and had seen duty in both the Atlantic and Pacific. His brother, Lyle Fitch, was killed on Luzon May 15, 1945. Afier. a three monlhs visit with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Luella Baker, Mrs. Durwood Baker left Friday for Kansas City,where she will resume nursing. Dr. Durwood Baker is stationed in Korea where he is filling a position in the provinces similar to a state veterinarian in the United States. Boys' play suit of, strong medium blue: cotton suiting. Sanfor- ized—maximum fabric shrinkage 1%. Button front style with curtain • back and 5 button drop seat. Bartacked strain points. Wash separately. Sizes 2, 3, 4, 5,^8} j7.' , A' Candidate For Reelection A« been the policy of our office to give the best possible service to everyone, especially to returning veterans with discharge papers who we have gladly served without any charge. Your Support Will Be Appreciated. 20(9 ^jj^^l^^^i^ :^^sti^^^ii^itt^»:mi^: .. •••y-'^ I am n'ow buying hdg* at Irvington, Iowa 1 . .' •'''.;• ' \ . •'""' •' " " ' " ' Will take any amount at any time afc top prices. Trucking Service Available. Phone 31F121 THE ALGONA UPPER DESIW • MEMO TO ADVERTISERS in at am H ow you can a lot of places.. I F YOU could make regular, personal calls on your best customers, and prospects and talk to them about your merchandise and service, that would be the most effective kind of selling. i Of course that is not- possible but you can give a frjendly, newsy talk about your business to the best families in our community through the advertising columns of this newspaper. You can describe your merchandise or service, quote prices and sell, to a lot of people at one time. I But you wouldn't make a lot of per, sonal calls at random, would you? It's just as important that you know where $our advertising goes, That's the reason this newspaper is a memberof the Audit Bureau of Circulations, so we can give you audited facts, and figures about our circulation—where, how much, how ob- tained, how much people pay for this paper and other essential information that you should know and have a. right to know when you make an investment in advertising. The Bureau is a cooperative association of 2000 publishers, advertising agencies and advertisers in the, CMte,dy States and Canada, Organized in 1914,, its purpose is to furnish advertisers with verified information about the circulation of its publisher members, The Bureau maintains, a large staff of trained auditors who make an annual. audit pf the circulation records of ,eacjj A.B.C, publication, With the facts'thus obtained, published in A. B.C. reports, it becomes possible- for advertisfirs.>tQ<|tlegt media and buy space-on, the basis/of known and verified circulation vajuee. Find Your Hardware Needs at Our Store 2 AND 3 GEE.L FLASHLIGHTS SOCKET WRENCH SETS 11 END WRENCH SETS • t OIL AND ELECTRIC BROODERS CHICK FEEDERS . Kohlhaas Hardware _J Botfe Algoua Papers are ABC * CQUHTY WQINiS A. t, C. 9 AUDIT 1846 This ntwifiaptr is a member o/ tfa4v4tt fattem «/ Cirpu^ti^its^ -Apk for e latufA. St. C. rttttrt iMnt audfM /«(($ <m<t fittest ^otft A MiASURi NEW MACHINES Cultivator spring tbotH attachments. 1 3-5'K. p. gas engine. 1 lMs-,2%' h; p. gas engine. 10 ft. feed* grinder. Double and single unit milkers. ft ft. .horse drawn mowers. Single, djisc openers for N<K 102 planter. Fertilizer attachments for H. & M; lift planter. Pickup attachment-for No. 2 combine. Tractor stalk cutter. Plow fertilizer attachments. Third beam with 14 in. high spjeed slat bottom: for. No. 8 L. G. tractor plow. Tractor wheel weighty Power attachment fpr^H, and M, Oil burning tank heater. . •" •' " :'.'.'.-,;'• . ' . • . H; and Mi tractor wheel weights, folding lever harrows. Wagons/with drop center rims. Manure loader^ IVagon; >oxes. Air pressors. \ . ': ";. -'.. "",..••-.-.".;....•,•.• :,- •^• USKD: RegwIftF Far^ffi*y?^'«?wWvirtoif. * Cream Algona lmpl< Hit b * % ***^S^^*^^ ?f ^*l2^^^£^^^^J'^^^ : '*I^J21t'^ *y* *$?£&¥$ ®££i3aii&

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