The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUH. WINKLER fully automatic STOKERS] Winkler Stokers arc available in hopper, self feed and bin base models and in capacities which cover the heating requirments of homes, apartments, commercial buildings, institutions and industrial plants. Careful preliminary survey and expert installation work assures the Winkler purchaser of a sound money saving investment. Call us for a free heating survey and estimate. P. R. IROKS HEATING AND PLUMBING 812 E. McGregor St., Algona, Iowa Phone 523 Gay and Flattering Spring Hats NEWEST STYLES NEWEST COLORS COMPLETE STOCK Spring is comin' to a head and the climatic moment i;? when you set atop your coiffure a gayi exciting new spring bonnet. We have lush i'low'er gardens poised on shiny straws, suave hats sparkling with jewels, sophisticated millinery creations for lucky gals to wear. Come in today for your wonderful spring chapeau. The ELITE Precisely Tailored SPRING SUITS There's jauntiness in your manner — a desire i'or that dapper look t h a t comes with spring. We can keep that newborn spirit soaring with suits made for the occasion. Handsomely cut, superbly tailored, in quality fabrics. $ 35 .00 (EVERYTHING FOR MEN Genuine leather belts. S m a r t buckles. !)8c Sturdy, washable sport shirt. Cut to fit. $2.29 to $4.45 I Rev. Hills Entertain Presbytery At Burt Burl: The Rev. and Mrs. Ray K. Hill entertained the Presbyterian ministers and their families of the north half of ,the Fort Dodge Presbytery at a cafeteria dinner at the manse last week Tuesday evening. A color scheme of red, white and blue was used, Marilyn Bocttcher and Marlene Dremmel acted as waitresses and Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf assisted in the kitchen. After the dinner the evening was spent in fellowship and games. Guests present included the Rev. and Mrs. G. Kuyper and son, and the Rev. A. English, Algona; the Hev. A. Smith, Liyermore; the Revi and Mrs. L. Kingmun, Lone Rock: the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Sinning, Armstrong; the Rev. and Mrs. J. Kennedy, Esthcr- ville; and the Rev. and Mi's. C. G. Sinning, Lake 'Park. Plan Lenten Series, Trinity Lutheran During the six weeks of the Lenten season, a series of special week-day services will be hold at Trinity Lutheran church. The general theme of these service: will be: "Lenten Messages from the Book' of 'Revelation." The services will lake place on the Wednesday evenings of this season, the first to be held 'on March Glh, beginning at 8 o'clock. The public is cordially invited. Mr. Chester L. Platt, efficient tcadier of Trinity Lutheran school, has declined the call to a similai school located at Monroe, Mich., and the local Trinity Lutheran school will continue under his able leadership. Sunday, March 10 — Sunday school at 9:45. Divine worship at 10:30. On 'Friday, March 15, at 8:OG o'clock, the pastor will 'begin the instruction of a new adult church membership class. A smiliar class received into the church on Feb 24 consisted oLthc followJng members: Miss Luella Bierle, Mr. and Mrs. John Harry Felter, Duane C Logue, Fred Lupkes, Pauline Wcishaar, Maxine Stratton, Mrs Pete C. Helmcrs, Melvin Walker and 'Mrs. Julius Baas Jr. U. S. W. Hold Patriotic Program At Burt Burt: A patriotic program was given at the U. S. W. meeting at the schoolhouse Thursday even- ins. It included a paper on George Washington by Mrs. Vcr- ncl Hardgrovc; a pape ron Abraham Lincoln by Mrs. Odey Cherland; a reading by Gary Schichtl; and a piano solo by Gary Reynolds, a paseant in which Joyce Rycrson, Marlcnc Dremmel, Ariel. Cherland, Joan McWhorter, Mary Grcisc, Helen Gcttman, Darlcnc 'Simors, Margaret Offi- caiv Joan-and La .yonnp: Shipley 'Bett# "'Jfe'an Ban; * aTifl~ Evelyft Becker, and Mrs. Paul Olson took part. Mrs. Wm. Bait acted us narrator. BURT" to Kansas and Texas Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroed'er and their daughter Mrs. R> A. Bartlett, Sibley, loft .Thursday for Hutchinson, Kans., where they were to visit another daughter, Mrs. Charles Kenning, The Schroeders were going from there to Houston, Tex., to visit their son John. Enters Navy School Junior Schenck left .Tuesday night for Chicago and Was to leave immediately from there for Pennsylvania, where he was to enter a technical sfch.ool to begin navy V-5 training.. Mrs. C. C. Smith and Mrs. O. H. Graham attended a Red Cross meeting in Algona Friday afternoon. Barbara Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson, was initiated into the Lambda Tau Delta fraternity at Dubuque i' week ago Saturday evening. Her picture and that of two others, who were initiated, appeared in the Dubuque Tclegroph-Her- ild. Barbara is just beginning ner sophomore' year at Dubuque university, Frank Wernli arrived recently !rom Hazen, N. D., for a visit at the Albert Staehle home. entertains For Guest . Mrs. 'H. A. Thompson entertained a few relatives and friends Thursday afternoon in honor of •Mrs. Earl Girton, who had been spending a week here. Others were Mrs. Gerta Thompson, Mr. 'and Mrs. S. M. Peters and Mrs. ieclwig Larsen. A 5 'o'clock sup- ier was served. Mrs. Girton left 'Friday for Hampton, where she visited her husband's'mother and .sister a couple of days. Mr. Girton was to meet her-Jat Hampton Sunday and she was io return to their home at Marsh'alllown with him. Dahlbausers Write Of Living Problem This office received notice of a change of street address for the Charles Dahlhausers who arc living in Wcnatchee, Wash. They wrote: "We were among thi thousands looking for a place to live, since our house was sole and we had to find a place t(_ livc. "The only answer "The only answer to hoLisinf situation here is to buy. We were very fortunate in finding a place. Many people would build if the building materials were, available, but at present, it is almost impossible to get the required materials, despite the fact we arc in the lumbering areas." Burt Families Move The Carl Wieners.left the end of last week for their new home at Princeton, Mo. The S. J. Es- areys have moved into, the Jpuse vacated by the Wieners. They recently bought the place. The Merwyn Cunninghams .have moved onto the farm vacated by the Esarcys. The Gordon "Whit- mores, who have been living in Algona, have moved onto the Ryther farm, vacated by the Cunninghams. Mrs. H. O. Buell spent a .week ago Saturday night and Sunday at the home of her brother Will Lacy, in Algona. • ' Mr. and Mrs. J. L. -Miller spent Thursday in Fort Dodge, where Mr. Miller attended a d&tfict meeting of the Iowa Grain JJ^al- ers' association., • A .'li-i. an '\Mrsr-ft. f. -Nea-ly-^ntertfined her Algona Sewing club Tuefclay afternoon. Mrs. J. D. Peters was a guest. . J. P. Trunkhill, Harold Stew- trd, Allen Hinckley, Clifford Holding and Harold Fischer attended a Masonic meeting | at \rmstrong Monday evening'.''' The Roberl Cogdills received vorcl last week that their daughter, Mrs. Bernice Christcnsen oi Washington, Kans., had uiider- 'one a serious operation Tuesday at the Clay Center hospital Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz vent to Fort Dodge Tuesday where they had examinations at Mercy hospital. Mi-, Lavrenz •cturned Tuesday but Mrs. Lavrenz remained until Thursday. J. P. Trunkhill, her brother, went down Thursday and she returned home with him. HOSPITALS . KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Feb. 27: Mrs. Ronald Gardner, Alfjona, boy. Feb. liti: Mrs. Anna Erpelding, Livermon.', medical; William Er- polding, Algona, . surgical; Mrs. Don Chnslensen, Algona, boy; Glenn Shore, Algona, surgical; Mrs. John Strayer, Algona, boy. March 1: Mrs. L. Tiegland, West Bend, surgical. .March 4: Mrs. John Schultz, Irvington, girl; Mrs. Philip Goetz, Wesley, girl; Mrs. Eugene Nurre, Bancroft, boy. •March 5; 'Mrs. G. W. Bleich, Burt, medical; Mrs. Dclmar McFadden, Algona, medical; C. R. •McVay, Algona, medical. iMarch 7: Garry Eisenbarth, Algona, jnedical; .Mrs. Henry Arn- dorl'er, Corwith, girl; Mrs. Robert rteiily, Algona, girl; Billie Doherty, Algona, medical. March 9: Mrs. C. C. Shierk, Algona, girl; Bernard Brunning, Corwith, surgical. March 10: Mrs. Walter Frambach, Algona, boy, expired; Eddie Harmon, Algona, medical; Wm. McMahon, Algona, medical. March 11: Clifford Haas, Al- GENGRAl, HOSPITAL Mar. 4: Mrs. John Schultz, Irvington, girl; Baby John Lovstad, Algona, medical. Feb. 25: Marilyn K. Rentz, Algona, medical. Feb. 26: Mrs. Edwin Lloyd, Algona, medical. Feb. 27: Mrs. Elmer Hauenstein, Algona, girl; Sandra Fraser, Algona, medical. Mar. 4: Mrs. Don Weaver, Algona, boy. March 4: Mrs. Don Weaver, Algona, boy. March 5: Marc A. Bebo, Wesley, medical. March 7: Mrs. Ralph Wermer- scn, Wesley, boy. • March 9: Rozanne Hildman, Wesley, medical. . March 10: Janice Herlene Gill, Algona, .medical. Teacher Workshop Held On Saturday Despite bad roads,' a good attendance of rural teachers was present, Saturday, for an all-day workshop meeting at the Bryant building, here. Extension service teachers were present, and the chief topics of discussion revolved around basic skill tests, and materials to help meet individual differences discovered by the tests. A motion picture, "Time to Spare," concluded the meeting in the afternoon. V. F. W. Election 13th There will be a regular meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Algona chapter, Wednesday evening, March 13. Election of officers will be held, Don Wood, commander, states. To Our Pharmacist, your pres- criplion is I'crspnal Business. '• lie rcspccls the confidence you have placed in dim and fully re- alizcs his responsibility. 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