The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 12, 1946
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.ALOOMA UPPER I ' 4P*^k I HBk. fll W^BI . •iff.. SUPPLIES Known for Quality i ... Famous for Value MILK .yH/mi mrJ^Lm. M^9 Heavily tin plated with strong bottom' rim. The top edged are rolled over heavy wire for greater strength. Others CREAM OR MILK CANS 8-C?uart 3.59 l2-Qu«rf 3.89 Por holding cream from the separator, or for general use between barn and milk house, etc. Top quality! Milk Can Brushes 49c Filter Strainers 2.4? For Years of Service Locked Tongue _ HARNESS SNAPS.... 9C Poultry _ _ FOUNTAIN BASE... IOC Box of 100 „,SHOAT RINGS 13C Hill Pattern RINGERS Poultry Fountain 2.89 Height it Adjustable Tor, growing and laying flocks. Heavy galvanized it«el with trass spring , T»IT« to control water lereL Holds Fifteen Dozen Five-Foot Flock Feeder 3.19 Accommodates about 25 hens at one time. Holds 37 quarts of laying maah. Heavy galvanized sheet metal. Keeps Water Fresh flasket Strongly made of heavy steel wire. Use also for carrying corn,J|f|<» fruit, etc. wwt. for Easier Riding Hog Waterer 2.98 Overall size, 14" z 7" x 4". Automatic valve and float prevent overflow. Heavy cast iron. Tractor Cushion Seat 1.39 filled with soft cotton, covered with waterproof canvas duck. Built up at back. Four-Hundred Chick Capacity W\K\i:U ELECTRIC BROODER. . . . . 19.95 Metal, rust-resistant top with adjustable legs for height. Six- foot electric cord, pilot light, and attraction light. 800-watt unit. Thermometer included., BROODER THERMOSTAT WAFERS 3$e RED ATTRACTION LIGHT lUtl... 25? STEEL BROODER THERMOMETER},,,.,.,,.,,,,,.,,, t .3!7« OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT OR, IF rOU PREFER, USE OUR CGNVENiEK'l bUOGfcT PLAN HUXTABLE Firestone Store TELEPHONE CO. AT BURT NAMES C.B. CHIPMANPRES. ••Burt: The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Burt Telephone Co. was held last Tuesday afternoon in the back room of the bank. The directors were elected: G. P. Hawcott to fill the vacancy caused by the death' of A. C. Bernhard; R. C. Dremmel to succee dC. W. Patterson, who was not a candidate for re-election, and C. B. Chipman, who was reelected. At the board meeting following the stockholders' meeting C. B. Chipman was elected president and manager to succeed C. W. Patterson; C. C. Smith, vice president; Selina Clifton was re-eleled secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, chief operator. Opal Waltman and Betty Hutzel were re-hired as operators and Charles Spry as lineman. Busy Bee Club Cooks The Busy Bee club will meet Friday afternoon at Mrs. Kenneth Cook's. Roll call will be Poultry Hints. Mrs. Clarence Riebhoff will have charge of the program. Fire at Chafee's The fire department was called Tuesday afternoon to the Nels J. Nelson farm, on which Mr. and Mrs. Roland Chafee are living, by a fire which had started in a garage-machine shed. The Cha- fees had the fire out by the time the truck arrived. The doors were burned up, but not much other damage resulted. Day of Prayer Observed A union meeting in observano of the World Day of Prayer was held at the Methodist church Friday afternoon. Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff presided. Mrs. R. K. Hill Mrs. C. S. Coffin, Mrs. Wil: Ringsdorf, and Mrs. W. B. Officer took part in the service. Mrs Vernel Hardgrovc presided a1 the piano. Mrs. Bleich in Hospital Mrs. G. W. Bleich was taken to the Kossuth hospital last Tuesday. She recently underwent an operation at Fort Dodge hospital, but suffered a relapse after being brought home. Special Lenter Services During the Lenten season a series of special Lenten services are being held in St. John's Lutheran church. The services are conducted on Wednesday evening, beginning at 8. The public is invited. Albert Staehle was on the sick list last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lappc were Fort Dodge visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher visited the M. M. Chipmans at Dolliver Monday. • Gerald Geesman spent fast Sunday evening at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. The Vernel Hardgroves expect to move to their new home in days at the W. Jr., LockWood home. ' ' s > The Walther Leagftie met on Thursday everting. In charge of serving were Everett arid Ervin Eimers. Mr. and Mrs. Mild Brown, Garner, spent Thursday 'afternoon and evening at the C. B. Chipman home. Vernon Wallace visited from Sunday to Thursday, at the G. P. Hawcott home. He is Mrs, Hawcott's brother. The Legion Auxiliary , will htivu its annual sewing meeting nt Mrs. J. L. Miller's Wednesday afternoon, March 13. The Friendly Birthday club met at Mrs. Henry Wiener's Wednesday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday, Kenneth Trenary came down from Fort Shelling and spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary. The Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. P. L. Dremmel Friday afternoon and will celebrate Mrs. M. E. Polhemus's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. JSrnes Armstrong of Fort Dodge visited Mr. Armstrong's mother Mrs. Dora Armstrong a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Ronald Elvidge and son Gregory returned Thursday from Waterloo, where they had spent a couple of weeks with Mr. Elvidge. The American Legion and Auxiliary met at the Fred Howard home last Tuesday evening. Mrs. R. S. McWhorter was assisting hostess. . The Ladies' Aid of St. John's Lutheran met on Thursday afternoon in the church 'basement, Mrs. Louis Riedel and Mrs. Henry Schroeder serving. Nina Geesman and her uncle, John Schrader, Odin, Minn., visited Thursday with Nina's parents, Mr. and Mrs.'J.j.C, Geesman at the Wm. Eddy home. Lurena Wessel and Alvina Hasse were dinner guests at the Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson home Wednesday evening in honor oJ Mrs. Bahnsoa's birthday. Betty Bee Christenson, who is a technician at the Lutheran hospital in Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Christensen. Carol Reynolds came home Saturday from Des Moines,where he has been attending the A. I. B. Wednesday. He is to be inducted into the armed forces. Junior Schenck is taking V-5 naval training at Muhlenberg college at Allentown, Pa., according to a recent letter to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck. J Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nester of Worthington, Minn., came Thursday for a visit at the home of VIrs. Nester's parents, Mr. and' Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Mrs. Nester remained for a few days' vjsit. About 30 attended trie meeting of the Presbyterian Women's Council, which was held at the church last Wednesday, afternoon. Mrs. Will Ringsdorf gave an interesting talk on "The Resurrection." Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott and son Wallace, Mrs. Bertha Wallace and son Vernon were ;uests at an oyster super at the iarold Steward home last week Monday evening in honor of Mrs. Steward's birthday. The ( G. If. McMuirehs,' E.' P. FredencksQhs and JM J, Lock? woods wcire among the Burl people who attended,; the district, basketball tbuniameni nt Esther 1 - vllle Wednesday night. The Buft team losl to Armstrong' by onJy one point, Mr, and Mrs.. G. J. F. VogeJj Mrs. G.' H. McMtillen, Lurena Wessel, and Lulu Hawcott were Fort Dodge visitors Thursday. Mrs. Paul Moore accompanied them and stopped at Bode to spend a few days at the home of her daughter Mrs; Leonard Schmidt. Julius Capesius' Are Hosts To "500" Club Near St Joe St. Joe: Mr, and Mrs, Julius Capesius entertained their neighborhood "500" club recently. First prize went to Mrs. Vern Barker for ..the ladies, and Raymond Mclzen received high for the men. Travel prize went to Mi's. Jean Metzen and door prize to Marjorie Gales. A lunch was served by the hostess. • Martin Frideres was t guest at the Julius Capesius home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Becker moved Wednesday to the Nick Fisch farm, northwest of St. Joe Angela Erpelding of Whitte- more is affsistiftg with th& hold duties at; the Paul Erpeld- Jtig Jiotrte. • : .' ; - ...,•.... , . Mrs*Kate Peck returned to her home in West Bend Thursday after spending ft w.eek at the Jdhh Redirtg' home 'in St. Joey . George Cellar of Watertown, Si p., is ' visiting his sister and 'brbtheHfi-lafyy Mr, ' M& MrS. Nkk Thilges and family, John S. Reding accomp'anied his brother, Mike Reding, Livermore, to Eastern, Minn., Sunday to visit several days at the Jake Weydert home; Mr. and Mrs, George fiofman entertained s&veral relatives and Irlefids. oi- IHelr soft $£$$$ SdftaayMardh/,1>'ofeVii!^pfl birthday/ Guests we're: Sftfi Johtti'biatte* arid •tanette.'Red aftd Ann, Mary, and 'OaVi'dV Gujfe.' • :-• .'•' - ' •;•• ;C--. ; .. s-:, 55 Yeaf sin Business 1 , Bode: Mpnddyi the Nasby .hardware "sfoipe coif efe and .dbUghhlits wef e s served '• 611 day in honor of '.'••tHeV.Mth, ajftfii- versai-y of N. A. Nasby 'beglfiftirig in the hardwar'e, towsinesi ;ln Bode. His Sons Neal; and ^Ith are associated in "business "with their father, ; >;•..•,.• V v/; '^jfetfiflpV^ iiisMitiia ,, 4 .. Long dl8M«sevhauHfi&" toad insured aialHSt M dAffloge. fijEqul^d ; fc kiftd§ 6 Byei 1 y or - Ml RUPTUR6 SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. HOFF- i MANN of Minneapolis, Minnesota I will demonstrate, without charge, his "Rupture Shields" in Algeria, Iowa, at Hotel Algona on Thursday, March 14 from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Even ings by appointment. I have specialized in the field of Rupture Shield service since 1928. I have fitted thousands of cases in the United States during this time. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in your community. CAUTION: If neglected, rapture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection treatments, are especially invited. "If you want it done right, don't experiment. See Hoffmann." If unable to see him at this time address: HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 315 Masonic Temple Minneapolis, Minn. fME OLD JUDGE SAYS,., 7"£.D.' "Clem and I were wonderin' what you thought of that new movie about the chronic alcoholic, Judge. Understand you. saw it before we did." • • OLD JUDGE: "Well... it's true most of us never see a case as extreme as that in real life because they are so few and far between. But it does point out one thing... chronic alcoholics are abnormal people and we've got to change our ideas about hov to help them." CLEM: "In what way. Judge?" OLD JUDGE: "We've got to realize that excessive drinkers are suffering from more than a craving for alcohol. According to psycliiatristS'ahd-medical men at one ot our great universities, the alcoholic is a'sick person. The stil'dy of hundreds of cases shows he is suffering.-froitt some physical, social or emotional'condition... just as in the case of that poor chap in the picture. Fortunately, they represent only a very small percentage of those who drink." TEDi ."Js anything being done to really .help these-folks, Judge?" OLD JUDGE: "Yes ... a great deal in clinics, throughout the country. And with the cooperation of the beverage distillers ; who sincerely want theif product used only in moderation." This adinlistminl ifantmiJ ly Coiiftrtnct cj Alcoholic buerafe Inilusliiu, Int. ««w»~v«—lA* "So that's why they call it a party line," cracked Dad • "Janie and I had been cooking up a perfectly grand party . . . and it did really take a lot of phoning . . . and I was practically breathless; "But Dad was right—the other family on our line didn't have a chance to use their phone for simply hours . . . and maybe I'd be positively furious if it happened to me. Even if it stifles me, I'm going to make shorter calls and take time out between them." NORTHWESTERN BEU TEIEPHONE COMPANY Good Monuments I ' I —are very scarce and will be for some time, but there are lots of cheap granites on the market. Be sure and see what you buy. ; : ; •> V We are very fortunate in having a stock of 1st grade Monument*, because >we bought before the war and had them in process of finishing; before the manpower shortage. We have the largest stock in Iowa to'select from. . We will guarantee delivery for Decoration Day if orders are placed early enough. Don't be misled in granite., Streaked and knotty granite is surface quarried and in most cases can easily be picked wp around tJ^eQuarry, but will not not stand the severe climatic conditions and should not be u*edIn a climate of this kind, They will not stand the elements such as we have here* See what you buy and inspect the stone itself, Cpme «i and fee owr very wonderful stock of Rock of Ages, Mahogany and Ruby Red, All guaranteed 1st grade Monuments. Beside*, don't pay an agent a commission when you can buy right at our factory price. We also guarantee not to fee imdwieW by any one, Suve 40% by buying at home. : , Godden Monument Company f S Y^irf in TOi C^iiimwiiii^ ; ;

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