The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 5, 1946
Page 10
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"' f AGE SIX, MANY MARCH 1 CHANGES AT BODE Thor Olson has moved from his farm near Bode to town. His son Guy will operate the farm. Hnrtwick Jensen from the Albert Wendt farm to the J. L. Reid farm near West Bend. Lloyd Williams moves from the Odin Rood farm to a farm near Badger. Odin Rood moves 'back from his farm to town. Henry Jennscn moves from a farm near Palmer to the Gunhild Johnson farm southwest of Bode. Delmar Plathe has moved to I the Joe Wadleigh farm one mile east of Galbraith. Arthur Plathe, returned service man, has moved tb the farm vacated by his brother Delmar Plathe and owned by Conrad Elmer. Oscar Hagen moved from the Norman Pederson farm to a farm owned by Mr. Pederson west of Bode. Ernest Pederson moves to the Norman Pederson farm south of Bode vacated by Oscar Hagen. O. L. Pederson from the Norman Pederson farm west of Bode to the Mrs. Elmer Pederson .farm east of Bode. Vernon Plathe, returned service man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe, has moved into the Actolph Fuhrman house near his father's farm and will oper- ITXEKAL CHAPEL Ambulance Service The (Joldttit Uulc Our Principle <i 521-W Algona GARDEN €R/., Many Victory Gardeners are going to continue their good work in peacetime as they have found gardening makes possible more vegetables in their diet and cuts food costs. They have also found gardening a wholesome hobby. SEE US FOR— Michael Leonard Garden Seeds Bulk Garden Seeds Lawn Rakes Spading Forks Garden iioes and Rakes Steel Wheel Barrows Rubber Garden Hose, 5-8 inch with metal connections Kohlhaas Hardware]! "V * SAVE FUEL SAVE FUEl SAVE FUEL * VYitto on 1&GU I0t Your Home is NOT HALF INSULATED NOT TWO-THIRDS INSULATED BUT... FULLY INSULATED An Eagle Certified Insulation Job gives you complete insulation protection both summer and winter because it has three- way superiority. ENGINEERED SPECIFICATIONS. It is installed according to Eagle-Picher's own factory engineered specifications. QUALITY WORKMANSHIP. It is installed by your authorized Eagle Contractor whose men are carefully trained to follow specifications. QUALITY MATERIALS. Only dark in color, water repellent, fireproof Eagle Mineral Wool is used. UP TO 40% FUEL SAVINGS IN WINTER- AS MUCH AS 15° COOLER IN SUMMER, Phone us today for a free «stinnte. AT0 COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY * SAVE FUEL * SAVI Fim * SAVE FUEl * ate the farm,<\Mhich is 3% fillies northwest of Bode. Albert Kramer Is moving from a farm six miles northeast of Bode to a farm hear St. Benedict. SIX TRANSFUSIONS FORWHITTEMORE WOMAN, VERY ttL Whittemore: John Volk was called to Iowa City, Wednesday, to the bedside of his wife, who is a patient in the University hospital. Mrs. Volk underwent an operation for gallstones in Iowa City in December, and came home when other complications set in. She underwent another operation Monday, Feb. 25, and her condition became worse. She had six blood transfusions Thursday, and was also put In an oxygen tent. Mr. Volk was accompanied by his mother- in-law, Mrs. Mary Ludwig, West Bend, and brother-in-law, Carl Ludwig, Algona, the latter two returning Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell in Algona, Thursday. Mr. Bell has been on the sick list lately. Mrs. Clara Pompe, Lone Rock, visited with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher, Whittempre, Wednesday. Mrs. John Laubenthal was taken to the McCrcery hospital suffering with a severe bronchial cough. Mr. and Mis. Rex Swanson and daughter Jenny were Emmetsburg callers on business Thursday. Evelyn Voigt, who has been employed at the treasurer's office in the Kossuth county courthouse during the rush season of taxes and automobile license, has accepted a position in the AAA office in Algona. She started her new duties Friday morning. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ellsworth Hei- clenwith, West Bend, were Friday afternoon callers at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. They also attended the basketball tournament held at Algona, Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach, of here, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jurgens, West Bend, drove to Fam- hamville last week Saturday afternoon, where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylor Hanson and with the Herman and Albert Vaudt's. The members of the W. S. C. S. held the regular meeting in the Methodist church parlor Thursday afternoon. The hostesses were Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook. Mrs. Everett Witham, and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom. Four Corners Mary Joyce Rich started work recently at George's Cafe in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin spent Thursday evening at Mrs. Nettie Rich's. Mrs. Robert Walker entertained the Sewing club Wednesday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Witham spent Friday evening at the Otto Harlan home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker and children were recent Sunday dinner guests at the Hugh Raney home. Mrs. Clarence Schendel of Buffalo Center spent from Monday until Tuesday visiting her sister Mrs. Nettie Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and children moved Thursday to the farm formerly operated by the John Culverts. Jacquelin Lowman and Ellen Witham attended a skating party Friday night at Titonka with a group of Baptist young people. The Milford Bilyeau family has moved into the house on Mrs. Violet Walker's farm, where the Robert Walker family formerly fanned. Lance Stephens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stephens, spent Saturday afternoon visiting Walter Smith, who has been sick for several weeks. There was a family gathering at the Arie Dittmer home Tuesday night to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Dittmer and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom, who are twins. Mrs. Violet Walter and son Raymond, Mrs. John Sabin and Mrs. Ed Rich went to St. Cloud Sunday, Feb. 24, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Phil Baker. They returned home Tuesday night. Ralph Witham of Galcsburg, 111., recently arrived and will take home his wife and children Saturday. They have been here for some time. Mrs. Witham was a pneumonia patient at the Kossuth hospital for some time and later gave birth to a baby girl. Ralph Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Smith, and Betty Marlow were united in marriage Sunday, Feb. 24, at 2 o'clock in the Presbyterian church at Malcolm. Miss Marlow has been teaching at Malcolm. Those attending the wedding from here were Mr. and Mrs. W, Ray Smith and son Glen and Mrs. Floyd Duncan. Fake Bullet. Walter "Mike" Knapp of Rockwell City was reported to have been shot in the arm tout it was discovered tihat the penetration •was not caused by a bullet. As •Mike was hammering a spike, something hit his wrist. After some difficulty, a local doctor ex» tracted a small piece of steel that had gone about an inch into Mike's •wrist. The steel had apparently chipped off the head of the ham-' mer. Betty Marlow, Rock, Bride Of Ralph Smith, Algona Lone Rock: 'Miss Betty low, daughter of Dell MarloW 'of Lone Rock, Iowa, was urivted m marriage to Ralph SniUh, sbh of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith of Al- g6na, at 2 p. m. at the Presbyterian church at Malcom, la. It was a double ring ceitnony performed by the RtsVr~8; W. F. Hallor. ... • . The bride was' given'in marriage by her father. 'Preceding 1 the ceremony Alone Sandefman sang Oh Promise Me! 1 - and the Lord's Prayer. The bride was attended by her s'iste.r9 Wilma, maid of honor, and Joyce and Doris, bridesmaids. '• The groom was attended by his brother, Glenn Smith. Ushers were Donald Buffington .and Donald C. Arns. The bride wore a white gbwii that had a fitted brocaded satin bodice with a sweetheart neckline and leg o' mutton sleeves. The skirt was made of double net, with a fingertip length veil on a sweetheart cap. The' bride's flowers were a bouquet of red roses and pink carnations.' The flower girl was Sharon rMills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'Manly Mills of Colcom. A wedding reception .was held at the home of Mr., and,, Mrs. Manly Mills and the^OTiiife's sisV ter, Mrs. Donald Arns of'-Algona poured. Mrs. Smith was graduated from State Teachers college and attended the University of Dubuque also. She hi&.recetxtly been employed as a first|*Snd sSc- on'd grades .teacher.. ; in, : ffie Malcom public school, where she intends to continue until school is out this,.-„.-___„. Mft Smith, a pharmacist's mate in tihe U> S. havy for the past two years, Was jtisi recently re* ceived his service discharge. He spent 18 months overseas.. Mr\ ana Mrs. Smith left for a short honeymoon at DCS MoincS, after which their plans are indefinite. LOTTS CREEK Mrs. Emll Kraft of Lone Rock hung some paper in a few rooms at the Otto Wichtendahl home Friday. "Luke" Kressini who has recovered from his dperation, returned to his home Thursday morningi" Mr. and-Mrs. Henrv Schep^- man of Irvington Visited Tuesday, the 26th, at the Ben Schmidt home, Ernest Luedtke, who l had a sudden stroke early Tuesday morning, has not improved much at this writing. The Ladies' Aid quilting committee, and a few other ladies, tied two comforters in the school basement Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs..M. F. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz;Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Alviii Potratz visited Wednesday evening, Feb. 27, pt the Art. Kusch, home, it, being their wedding anniversary. A shower was given in the school basement in honor of Miss Viola Luedtke Monday evening, Feb. 25. Five hundred was played with prizes going to Mrs. N/'fG&ftgler, high, Viola Hutchin- sori, fjf|iy, anil travel to Mrs. RaJpnJijBierstodt. A lunch was serXrar.' Tlie bride then opened her many useful gifts. Year 'Round Service Guarantee 95% Livability at 21 Days of Age. Hatches since January 18 are.running less than 1% death loss. In The Battery, Hatched Feb. 26 450 WHITE ROCKS 500 LEGHORNS If you want high quality "chicks, bred to live and lay, place your order soon, as many hatches arc completely sold out. NUTKENA AND SARGENT FEED SALSBURY'S AND GLAND-O-LAC REMEDIES NEALY HATCHERY BURT PHONE 58-77 Motors! In Stock and for Sale SINGLE PHASE 5 h. p. Century 3 h. p. Westinghouse 2 h. p. Marathon 1 h. p. Westinghouse 3-4 h. p, Leland 1-3 h. p. Westinghouse THREE PHASE 2 h. p. U. S. 1 h, p. Westinghouse 1 h. p. U. S. 1 h, p. General Electric In. p. B-Line (1200 R. P.M.) 2 Used 2 h. p, Westinghouse AH size Pulleys, V-Belts, Con- trolls, Starters and necessary appartus to gp with these motors, Pratt Electric Co. Electrical Contracting Phone 170 ; /'•• :| | Algona, lawn following AVel^ entertain-' ed Feb. 28 at Wffi. ZumacH'sY it betftg his birthday: Mf. dhd Mrs* Robert fifeyeiy Bobby and Helen of Algoha, Mr. and Mrs. Martm Dreyer and fdfnlly of Bttrt, Mr. and MrS, Alfred Meyer arid fan> fly of Whittemorei -Mr. arid, Mrs. Carl'2uniafcfi and Clarehcej Mi'. and Mrs 1 . Ben Schmidt and farn- ily, Mr, and, Mrs. Verne Hoppe aiid family and IVtr. and Mrs. M. F. Meyer and Ervln tuedtke. Cards were played, prizes going to Mr. and Mrs. Beh Schmidt, highj Mrs. V. Hoppe, low. A lunch was served later in the evening-., ', / A caret party Was given at the William Zimmerman home Wednesday evening, Feb. 27. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kollasch, Mr, and Mrs. Reinald Salz, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach, Mrs. Godfrey Loebach, Mr. and Mrs. • Marvin Weydert, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, Mr, and Mrs, Harley Will,* and Mr. and Mrs, Ray Elbert. Prizes went to the folldwing: Men's high, Robert Walker;, men's low, Rein- aid Salz; women's high, Mrs. Robert Walker; women's low, Mrs, Herman Kollasch. Travel went to .Mrs. Harley Will. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening. OFFICE SUPPLIES — A good stock on hand, getting larger every day. Fill your needs at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. Get (•feme Comfort thai Litti • Housetime with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone uslod»v I'll. nil- IOWA 19 m /#! #$?• W sm Wonderfully quick a little Va-tro-nol up each nostril helps open nasal passages-makes breathing easier-'.vhen your head fills up with stuffy transient congestion! Va-tro-nol gives grand relief,'too, from sniffly. aneezy distress of head colds. Follow directions in folder. NEWSKELGASDEAtEft Call «• Sawyer Skelgas and Appliances I have purchased the Skelgas dealership from »&,, Jess Deen and will strive to give the best in service. , - . , •_-,.. The same telephone number—221—will be .retained, iuid the office headquarters will be the Da« Garage. • |M!r. Deen wishes to thank all of his customers for past favors. 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