The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 26, 1946
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~' -' • PAGE POUR CITY cms UC08 SCHMIDT BREWING CO.. SI. PHUt, Llfi WITH OF THE ST PAUL \4CTt>Ry' CARNIVAL WE PRESENT 2,4 QUEENS AND £4 CASES OP SCHMIDTS CITV CLUB OPERETTA, PLAY The i l.;irj-.(«n ,lo;mw We Will Help You Build, Buy or Refinance Your Home Ask For Complete Details When we finance your home, you are employing local savings and dealing with friends and neighbors. Algona Federal Savings & Loan Phone 55 LUVERNE STUDENTS Lu Verne: Wednesday even- in" the Lu Verne high school nuisic department presented ^the one-act operetta "Mavgie Goes Modern'' in the hitfh school gymnasium under direction of Miss Stephanie Cowling, music; instructor. Those who look part in (he operetln were Bnrbara Meyer. Phyllis Swnnson, Mar- i;aret. Mnedin;:, Norma Stripling', N,<dino WiUenben;, Dl;1 "j'.'; s Lund, Janet Shneider ;md Mildred Lenx. ID dancers were Vilylhr 'Ornldine Henderson Sanl'ord, Gonevievt .„ in, Norma Riimus. Risk ;.nd Bonni- V/ood, I'alrieki Triin- elle, Be'.ty Sehulx and Alice Piit''sluek." OllK!" student.; taU- in" "m>-.i wore Avler.e Meyer Mavilyn Nielsen, Deniso Carroll Carol Henry. Lonaine Kustac.? Fell.. Arlene Jensen, Jear Jolliee, Henrietta Koestler, Sal)> Shirk and .lolone Snnftird. The aeeon.panisl was Marilyn Hefli All i',irls are members of tin club. net plav "The Grea tiatlle" was present loll ;\loedini;. Harriet Nelson. Wayne Snrensen. Uonna D"hnerl and I'-Tnynard Hemler«on folio v.'ini: the i.ipeivll'.i. The pupils iiikinu nrirl are members of the Ir.j.'h school ban;!. Between the ;irls imv.-,ii';il nurnbei's were :<iv.-n. James Phillip a clarinet Glee Tin- ene Allowance bv ]">i- ii-j . -I Can't Bc;U'i to Tel! You' "l,et It Sne\v," and D'ek i^sv i>!;'vi;rl the selection "In 'i ' •• tl ' i n.-;!\*-ii:;: Keum" Duy LunL-sr Yn"i Mr. and Mrs. ll>-rb«vt French. fonn' r 1 .nVfrne residents who luive been living in Forest City fur tin 1 pasl year, have purehas- cil a lumber vird i:l Rossie, la. Freneh is t'onnev mmiapor •>! Thcimpsoii Lumlier Yards A COLLEGE, BUSIES or TRADE SCHOOL EDUCATION FOR WITH YOUR TUITION FAIP Yes, your tuition up to $500 per ordinary school year paid for 48 months of college, business or trade school. And—you also receive $G5 per month living allowance—$90 if you are married. This is the opportunity open, upon their discharge, to men 17 and over who enlist in the new peacetime Regular Army for 3 years. Get all the facts at your nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Station. Recruiting Office, Second Floor BARRY BUILDING, ALGONA This Ad Sponsored by Koblhaas Hardware Water Tanks Gas Engines Grain Blowers Separators Drive Belts Electric Pump Jacks Milkers Manure Loaders-Stackers Air. UK' iieiv. Home From Hospital Fred Tiede e.'.me horn 1 M.m- (1 iv from the Lutheran hospital in. '!•',,. t D;>.-'ae where he had been fcr ;• ie'.v clan's roceivui,.' treat- iner.t u-.r' a br'oken should'.- ' bone •iiiti ;il-;o for a broken wrist. It i.. ; reported that Mr. Tied- is getting alni-iJ-' very \\vll. His ristei Mrs. Kli/aix-th Brolht-vson is ear- in.L; for him at his home. Ai Band Clinic The members of the Lu Verne high school band went to Fores Ci'y Tluu-sday to attend Uu band clinic. who too part- in tlu" :clinjj :.\vero: Darrol , Mu'Tliim. Phyllis Swanson, Don I i"i;i ~ D.-'hnerU H;irriet Nelson I H'-'.vne S(ire:i.-< n, Maynard Hen ! ( i,-r'nn Pick Steui-sy, Delorc 1 1 und and Nadine Wittenberf, Jim Piiillipr. plavod a clarinet sol and Dick SU-i'.ssy played an alto yivi-iohon' 1 solo, Wnv'K! Sorenson Pcinber ol a woodwind ,. ;,.ul Delores Lund ohived in n FrC'Ucli horn quartet. )f ' ihe puuiis playin.U in the pni-ning 'and afternoon session ,nly two were chosen to play at he evening concert, one mm Lu Verne, Divk Steussy. Methodist Circles i The circles of the Methodist vV. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday il'ternoon, February 27. Circle 1 ivill meet ;il the home of Mrs. J. M-noUl Hj.-lle, \vilh Mrs. Howard Smith as assistant hostess. Circle 2 will meel at the country home of Mrs. Elmer Hunt with Mrs Warren Hunt as assistant hostess. Circle '.i will he held at the home »f Mrs. Frank Sanford with Mrs. Duane Neal as assistant. ___ Mr and Mrs. Bryan Asa of AUvna, visited Sunday after- noiJn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly.' Franlc Chapman came home Friday from the hospital in Des Moines, whole he had been lor n i'ew days i wiving medical; it I'.iv nl. spending several days .visiting relatives in Des Moines, Missouri incl Olathe, Kans. « Mrs. Lillie Hesse left Friday i'or Kingsley, where she will"-"i8it for several days nt the hoitie of her daughter and son-hvlaw Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Weln'spantt and son Mark. T.^Sgt. Irvin Chapman 6f Tiede, Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer Buckley Field, Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Chapman of Des Moines spent from Friday until Sunday visiting at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs, Frank Chapman. Mrs. Ida Mertz and her son Vernon Gleason arrived here Tuesday to visit at the home of her father Conrad Lcnz. Vernon has just recently received his honorable discharge from the, army at Camp McCoy, Wisconsin.' Ho was a" lieutenant. LeUoy Hintz of Des Moines -;penl several days here visiting friends. Lcroy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hint?, and they ere former Lu Verne residents. He was a paratrooper and had been stationed in the Southwest Pacific area, and has made 11 ' 1U Mrf'and Mrs. M. L. Green of Alburn, la., and Mr. Green's mother and sister of Lake City visited'Monday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. r irant. Mrs. Green is the grnntl- •i-uehter of Mrs. Grant and she is" the editor of the Alburn Enterprise. Mr. Green just recently "received his honorable discharge from the navy. The Presbyterian Ladies association met Wednesday afternoon in the city hall with Mrs. Helena Trauger and Mrs. Emmett Knary as hostesses. Mrs. -»eil Jolliffe, Mrs. L. Jackson nd Mrs. Grant Henderson were uests. Mrs. Guy Trauger presi- ent of the association, presided t the business meeting. Mrs. "urtis Morgan led the devotions ~nd gave the lesson. The rc- nainder of the afternoon was pent socially and lunch was erved by the hostesses at the lose of 'the meeting. The next nceting will be March G m the itv hall with Mrs. Harry Chns- 'criscn and Miss Emma Krause 1930/ Sept- 27» Ardmore, Pn.: lESs overwhelmed his opponent to • Golf ChampionaWp. By his victory^ the. , other golfer has been able to reach- n a Jttigte >*<** tritlah Open, the British -Artfttjltt, :thc a. Jones'"grnnd slarti" 6t.^t climaxed LJ, O» \J\J\Zll} U»*»-*. «*»*-' •**.• —• r; "T" 't' t *1 1 1 aVQ eight consecutive years of competition in which he had always annexed one of these titles, and twico had taken two of them. 1946, anywheto in the Midwest, another grant thrill!, Split-second 6\ with Standard Red Crown or Standard White C ' ow " Ga f olin .! i ' r J^ ou , 11 • stepped-up with aviation fuel ingredients. Yes, there B a thrill you 11^ appreciate these cold days. Quick starts . . . flashing pick-up .,, _ ^ smooth power . . . thrifty mileage.' Find out, today, how ** your car can perform. For quick starting-say to your Standard Oil Dealer- K 1 Hi's feat stands unduplicated. (see story) above) STANDARD SERVICE RED CROWN 0AS WHITS CROWN GAS ( ODFUllllAt (PREMIUM) ^ v ^>. c%»<» v ->:Cr<. ;] New Hamrnermills—New Low Price. Poultry and Hog Feeders and Waterers Wood and Steel Wagon Boxes Folding Harrow Draw Bars "TOWER" HI-LIFT SWEEP RAKES Sell-Out Price Mrs. Conryd Ristau ol Nor; Springs vihil' d several days iv tl u . home o! her sisters anc brolliei'S. Mr. and Mrs. Willum ,nd Fred Tin.le. Mr. and Mr;. James Doak re>d home Wednesday after Used Machinery Mowers. Plows. Wagons. Cream Separators. Hammermills. Burr Mills. Wagon Boxes. Model A Ford. Woods Bros. 5-H. Combine. M-M "S" on rubber, cultivator. SERVICE SHOP—REPAIR PARTS—SALES Allis-Chalmers Oliver New Idea Massey-Harris GMC Trucks DeLaval Dairy Equipment "Hydraulic Farm Stacker Loaders "Firestone" Tires "Tractolube" Oil Phone 714 Algona, Iowa HeSieve Miseries of Your , As He Sleeps Now most young ;:; mothers use this |: modern way to relieve miseries of a child's cold. Even as you rub ._ it on, Vi'-ks VapoRub starts to Kooihe irritation in nose and throat, loosen phtefjm, case coughing. Then, r>3 baby sleeps, VapoRub . . . to upper bvonchial _ lubes withiis special ' medicinal vapors. , chest and back surfaces like a wanning poultice. Often by morning most of the misery of the coU is gone-. Kwi/einbtr, Mother... ONLY VAFORUB Givos You this special double tuiion. It's time-tested, home-proved ... th- bi'st known home remedy lor relieving miseries cf children's colds. :i: t VMMHI f Let's talk about your house Is it as cold and draft? as a bam? Do you go 'rotyui saying, "Gosh we'd do better m an igloo ? If so, stop and consider ... . , , You can't expect an uninsulated or poorly insulated house to keep out the cold—or conserve heat. 1 o enjoy warm, draft-free winter comfort, you need complete, accurately installed insulation . . . aiutthat is adknir- ably furnished by an Eagle-Picher Certified Insulation job! An Eagle- Picher exclusive, the Certified Job combines scientific accur-i acy with complete coverage. All insulation work is based on a survey of your property by an authorized Eagle Contractor. Fireproof, water-repellent Eagle Mineral Wool is pneumatically applied every place necessary by trained workmen. Proper ventilation is installed wherever needed. And you receive a Certified Job Certificate, stating that all work has been done in strict accordance with Eagle-Picher Certified Job Specifications,; You save up to 40% on fuel. In summer, even top floor rooms stay as much as 15' cooler. Your house becomes more fireproof; fewer outside noises penetrate inside. You're dollars — and comfort- ahead. For jww!Ui)le.unlt'dwellings, too Many owners of apartment houses, hotels and other buildings purchase Eagle-Picher Certified Insulation Jobs. They have found it a prafitftUle investment in all-season conifort for tenants .. year-after-jyear fuel savings for thein- selves. . , Your Eagle contractor's name is prpb- ably listed in your local classified teje- phone directory. Contact Wm- He ig au- thorized by Eagle-Picher to Insulate, your property with Eagle Mineral Wool, and is required to do it in strict accordance with Eagle-Picher Certified Job Specifications. Get in touch with him for full particulars—there is no obliga- • tion. • Wo make many products Mineral Wool Insulation for homes and industry is but one Eagle-Ploher product that contributes to better living- In addition, Eagle-Picher produces hundreds of other products of lead and zinc from basic minerals mined, smelted and fabricated in the company's properties, In ,our laboratories, new products, and new uses for old products, are in prooep. To fill the needs of a peaceful world, we have pledged all of our resources, more than a hundred, .years Eagle-Pieher Insulation is lisfed by the Underwriters' Laboratories, -Inc. -*• y 0 " 1 " assurance that it furnishes edded fire protection. COWAN Building Supply Co. Cowan"E14g, Algona, |o\yn Genttemen: / QPor Ereseri rj students: NamP "i-r — - Supply Please of fact tioei'al t J|ome Check •'. ?• Co. , " .; send tne your compre» 3 about a Certifie4 Job Woql Insulation. P Foy Futwf WftW |or special informjticw} State,,,,— ,»-

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