The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1946 · Page 2
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V*.v ;t»j*Cffi TWO. .ALGONA UPPER jLJpper Des Mpines Want Ads Bring Results, NEW MACHINERY Wood.and steel water tanks, drive belts, gas engines, electric pump jacks, grain blowers, milkers, separators, manure loaders and stackers, 275 gal. capacity fuel storage tanks Hammcrmills at new low price. Poultry and hog feeders and walerers, wood wagon boxes, folding barro\v draw bars. 'TOWER" HI-LIFT SWEEP RAKES Sell-Out Price Mowers. Plows. Wagons. Cream Separators. Hammcrmills. Burr Mills. Wagon Boxes. Woods Bros. 5-ft. Combine. Fairbanks-Morse Scale. Pump Jack. SERVICE SHOP—REPAIR PARTS—SALES Allis-Chalmers Oliver New Idea Massey-Harris GMC Trucks DeLaval Dairy Equipment "Firestone" Tires "Tractolube" Oil BRADLEY Phone 714 Algona, Iowa "Hydraulic Farm Hand" Stacker Loaders Especially for yon . . . for EASTER Ve«, especially for you . . . the- fctHimi: now spring fashions! Slimming; Tunic styles, feminine neplum styles . . . new .xhoiilder and neckline • Trnpir/il I'rint llayan Dark- Tune Spring Sheers • Ever I'opn- Inr Rayun C.repen * ''Biff anil Little" SELECT EASTER FASHIONS NOW «» ON CONVENIENT LAY-AWAV Delicimit "Topping" for Your Suit Sheer Spring Dickies Oceans of frothy lace and niflles; neut cm- 4 QR broideries and tailored • *"* jewelry necklines. Whites and pastels... r HANDBAGS or gleaming new plastics. —olher* 3.95, 4,95 Patent and calf-grain plastics with zipper tops and clasp i' r a m e a. Will not scuff or pee) . . . and can he wiped clean. Select Now on S&L's Convenient Uoy-Away Plan Mrs, Chrte Bolie Is A Ppt'ttanol Hostess Portland: Mrs. Chris Bolie was hostess to a group of women last week Friday at an ail,day meeting. Miss Peckham, home economist, explained making attractive clothes for children from old garments. Service Club Meeting The Portland Service club will meet next week Thursday with Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf. Virginia McWhorler returned to Rochester Monday after a throe weeks vacation from her duties at St. Mary's hospital. Virginia will graduate in six months. POSTMASTER AT SPRINGS. Swea City, Fob. 11—Postmaster Ida E. Larson is at Excelsior Springs, Mo., Cor two weeks' of rest and treatment.'Mrs. Lucille Scvold has charge of Hie posloffice during Mrs. Larson's absence. Order M©w -/•'or Earliest of New . . • • 9. • Cooks a Men! in u Miillcr of .Minnies • Saves I'rrrious Vitamins and Flavor Lost in Ordinary Cooking • Saves M o n v y by Snving Fiiel • Kaxy lo Handle 4-Qiiarl Si/.c The only Cooker tvifh the Patented "HOMKC" Seal Cast Aluminum 12 SO 12 95 Deposit Jnsiirex Delivery Pressed Alumiiiuin 7-Qt. Aluminum Can tier-type Pressure Cooker Thn all - purpose Cooker I hat's i d ea I ''"r h o in c running. Order Now Kosstmt March 12: Mrs. Alfred Jergen- Kon, Lone Rock, medical; Mrs, John Bans, Jr., LuVerne, surgical. .March 14: Mrs. Fahcry Gress, Ottoscn, boy. March 15: Mrs. Vorle Patterson, Algona, boy; Ernest Aslespn ( Algona, surgical, expired. March 16: Mrs. John Wibbeli, Lakota, boy; Alfred Diftworth, Bancroft, medical. March 17: Clarence Hovey, Swea City, surgical; Karen Kay Dunn, Algonn, • medical; HehVy Eisehoid Algona, medical expired. March 1R: David Hutchins, Al-' ;(ona, surgicnl; Joe Smith, Algona, surgical. GENERAL HOSPITAL March 12: Mrs. A. F. VanBuren, Alft'oirn, medical. •March 13: Mis. Paul James, Algona, surgical; Donald Richter, West. Bend, surgical; Marvin Kad- inft, Fcnlon, surgical. .March 15: 'Mrs. Dennis Capesitts, Rolfo, girl: Ralph Steward, Hurt, surgical; Eugene Hall, Wesley, .surgical; Mrs. Win. Hof, LuVerne, bov. March 17: Elmer Johnston, Rolfe, medical; Mrs. M. C. Hum* phrey, Algona, medical; Eunice Otto, Lone Rock, medical. Seneca P.T.A. Had Meeting Wednesday Seneca: The Seneca PTA met at the school Wednesday evening. The program consisted of The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag, led by Dona Classen, vocal solo, Love's . Old Sweet Song, Donna Classen; instrumental number, Sheldon and Donald Merrill. Reading "If" by Mrs. Schuler; vocal duet, Donna Classen and Shirley Culbertson. Following this Supt. R. L. Gowcn showed moving pictures •on Latin America, Assignment Tomorrow; and a musical film. The April meeting will be the last for this school year. A potluck lunch will be served at this meeting. The principal business of the meeting will be the election of officers for next year. Following the meeting refreshments wore served by the Russel Kauffmans, Virgil Moores, Henry Reutzcls, and Jeanne Erickson. Whittemore Ghui-ch Plans New Edifice Whittemore, <Mnr. 13— A building commiltoe from St. Paul's Lutheran church here went to Lak;e-rie]d, Minn., last week Tuesday, accompanied by the Rev. Paul Weinhold. They wished to see s church there for ideas in building a Lutheran church here soon. The committee included Ole Gunderson, Herman Zumach, Ervin Siems, Lawrence Pert], and Fred Meinrich. / ' Has Glandular Fever Portland: David Stewart, young son of the W. J. Stewarts, has been suffernig with glandular fever and was taken to Burt to the home of Mrs. Hedwig L|ir- sen last Thursday. He is improving, and his mother is 'staying, with him. ' .-*! '?/ 't? 2 Wedding Licenses , Two wedding licenses were issued last week. March 13 one went to Merrill E. Bacon o£ Burt and Jeanne Guderian of Algona, and Mai-ch 15 to Truman G. Kittleson, Ceylon, and Mildred E. Larson, Armstrong. ' • Meets 'Flying Farmers' Portland: Ray McWhorter went to Ames Monday to attend the Flying Farmer's convention. Ray will be remembered as an army, and later a student flyer more than 25 years ago. Frank Becker accompanied Ray to Ames and will write quarter tests this week. TT is only when A our rights are invaded or seriously meiiace'd that we resent injuries or make preparations for. our defense , ; ' James Monroe Tin filth president el the U. S. wtote this in His message to Congress D«. cemter 2,1823, a warning to potential 'tigtesicti,' ' ' ' ' ' SON FOR A COACH. Titonka, Fob. 13 — Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gnagy,-who lived here when Mr., Gnagy was local high school coach, but are now at Forest City, are parents of a son, Lloyd Jr., born in December. They have another child, Kay Lcnore, born in Titonka. - »— -. - GIRLS BEAT ARMSTRONG. Lakota, Feb. 17 — The Lakota girls' basketball team won the last game of the .sectional tournament here 'Saturday night, when the team played Armstrong and "won, 63-30. CHOUSES ARE SOLD. Bii'rt; Feb. 12 — The Leonard Loy.stnds have bought the Vernal Hard&rove house, and the Hard- grovW have '• purchased a house at Algona fr^ip. Mrs. /Esther Helberg. Pos'ses'siqn'-'Mflltybc'.'iglv both cases about March 15. — - ••: WESLEY GROCER SELLS. 'Wesley, Fob. 11— Mr. Walker, Wes,t Bend, a discharged veteran, has purchased the R. & H. grocery stave from Mr. and 'Mrs. Lee McCann, and wijl take over the business" late this' week. The McCanns have operated the store four years, Their plans are indefinite. LEDYARD FAREWELL. Lodyard, Feb. 11— The Herman Troffs were taken by surprise Friday evening, when 50 neighbors and other friends arrived for a farewell party, bringing lunch. The time was spent at cards, and the Troffs were presented with a coffee table. They have lived here 17 years. 1. t» JIA ttaifriftilql^ 4 Ajgona tofftey, spoke at the Soroptimlst iuncneorl last Wednesday noon and told Something of his" experiences while serving with the army in, the. Eefsian.. Gulf, Comt. mand in Iran. •: Arils Heetlatad. of^tles.iMolnes w.as ia weelt eh'd VJsitcrtf :aidn6:hbnle of.h'Ev. parentS'Mr,''fliii4Mraj Seo^e Heefland artd.sM afsd atterid^T tH'e girls! baskeVballi 'district '. iourria- ment at Gruver Friday and Sat- •urday- nigihts. • ••'••'- ......... ; " Mrs. C. A. Gutkrtecht, Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. : J. 'H.- Wai-, bm-itoh were Mason City shoppers Friday. Lena: Gutknecht nccom^ panied them 'home for a weelc end ^visir with the. 'hprne fo.lks. •Larryi Gary 'and' Douglas, sons of Mr. ond, Mrs. Don Stickler, of Blue Earth, Minn., dame Saturday for. a week end visit at the Fred Scnroeders. The Stifeklers cn'me fov tHent Sunday. .'.'-,1 The tegioh Auxiliary held a •sewing meeting at th6 town -hall Friday afternoon with 16 women ; present. They sewed carpet rags and -enjoyed lunch- and- a social .hoiir. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Mussman attended, .the funeral of Walter Osterman at Immanuel Lutheran 'church near Ti tonka . last week Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gordon and. children of, Boone, visited, with Mrs. Gordon's, mother Mrs, Laura Penny over last week end. Don Wortman who went to Fort Leavenworth recently, has been transferred to work at Sheppard Field, Texas. . Janette Knutson and two friends of Swea. City were Sunday afternoon callers at the W. D. Leys. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop and Mrs. 'Andrew Jensen were Mflsoiv City visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis 'Adams were Estherville visitors last week Sunday. • _ pit Universal Farm Jeep SCHULTZ BROS. > Station} 975-R Garage, Other Scnccn .-Tfe-ws. Eldon Brown . is awaiting army orders, after tiaving reported at Fort Snelling c a couple of weeks ago, spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brov;n. Hazel and Ruth left for Minne- Maurice .plans to stay at his sis- apolis Sunday afternoon, but, tei- Mrs. Clarence Osborn's. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sanders, Armstrong 1 . weire Sunday guests at the Wm. Sanders home. - » "Out of the Wood and, carnage of the past, a better world must emerge, founded upon faith and understanding among peoples of every race and creed, and dedicated to the fulfillment of man's. most cherished wish: for tolerance, and justice. Today freedom, is on the of tensive; 1 democracy, ;' is. on the Symptoms of Distress Arising from ULCERS . rccBooHTeilsofHo.TieTreatmenttiial ust Kelp or It Will Cost You Nothing •\-<-r mu million luittlmof ilu« .' •HF.AJ'M ISNTuuvu IKHOT soil! for relief ol ymiitiinis of distress urialim from Stomack rid Ou'jdonal Ulcert due l'i E«e«« Acid— ao> digestion, Sour or Up»t Stomach diii-ifio. Heartburn. SlooplessnMi, «te. in* u> EICEJS A.tld. Sold on 1 5 (lavs' trial -•l< fur "Wiilard'i Manage" which fulls • -plain* UU* treatment' -trae— at Algona: BORCHARDT DRUG STORE OIINESORGE DRUG LuVerhe: LUVERNE PHARMACY Basement North Entrance Saturday, March 25 9, a. in. . and We specialize on all inakes pf cai^s Have our trained mechanics. Paul and Roy Philljips analyze your car. SCHUl/rZ BROS; Phone 975rR A TRIO OF SPRING'S 3RING COMpORT AND SPARKLE TO YOUR FAVORITES V/e aure fortunate to have a limited supply of quality Chairs, it • « /»r School Wear . i, . for Casual If ear •. . . for Sports Wear ^ Choose from brown and white combinations anliiiucd elk and smooth leathers. Uefuiilely "oil (he beam" for u <: t i v c feel. Widths AA lo C. ^^^P»^IP«I«-^

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