The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 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 19, 1946
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• PAGE TWO\-7 ' ...' — ST. BENEDICT LADY NAMED V.F;W. HEAD FOR .'ANOTHER YEAR St. Benedict: Election 'of officers was held Friklay evening, March 8; at the Ali.jona V. F. W. hall by the Auxiliary! • with a small group present. The fl Mowing were elected for the comii-ig year. Mrs. Ellen Johnson of St.) Benedict was re-elected as president; Mrs. Regina, sr. vice nresid«j nl; Mrs. Linna Hisorodt, "jr. vide president; Miss Virginia ZeigrJi r, treasurer; Mrs. Bertha Bilsborough, chaplain; Mrs. Lucile "Montgomery, conductress; Mrs. 1'tnina Haas, guard; Mrs. Mildred, Zoigler. 3- year trustee. I \ ' Lad Taken to Hospital >— Teddy, young son o V Mr. and Mrs. Ted'Trundle, wa * taken to Masnn City hospital Frit (ay, March 0, in a serious condit/iO" with uramic poisoning. Whale only about two years old, this UitUe lad had a very serious attack of malta fever. Mrs. Greg Studor is sH>ending several days at the home vif her daughter Mrs. Frances Faslu.'ndcr, at Stacyville, Iowa. ', Ed Bruining was taken qmUe ill last week and was taken 1 6' Algona hospital where he subnj/tfed to nn a()pondieilis operation. \ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer are the iftroud parents of a new dau JjtetL born last Saturday. The mother » ,tlie former Helen Widen and the Itttle lady has three sisters rind three brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Garmnn and Ralplij Dorr drove to Iowa City Sunday, taking the small son of the Stanley Germans to the hospital there for treatment for an ear infection, On their return trip they called on Mrs. H. Heingor at Waterloo. Musical Program At LuVerne Meeting LuVerne: The Cemetery Association met Thursday afternoon in the city hall with Miss Florence Hot, Mrs. Emmet Knary, Mrs. Henry Kubly and Mrs. Theodore Johnson as hostesses. Mrs. Elsie SteuSsy, vice president, of the association, presided at the 'business meeting in the 'absence of the president Mrs. Ervin Barton. Following the business meeting a short musical program was given. Group singing was led by Mr?. Chris Anderson. Mrs. Jennie Phillips and Mrs. Walter Engel with Miss Rubye Godfrey at the piano. The remainder of the afternoon wiis sDent socially and lunch was served "by the hostesses at the close of the meeting. Hostesses for the April meeting will be Mrs. Harry Lifhly. Mrs. Wilson Legler, Miss "Grace Lichty, Mrs. William Larmier and Mrs. William Klawitter. Last November we went to one of the largest wholesale evergreen nurseries in the U. S. A. (Lake's nursery in Shenandoah) ami selected, in the ground, $1000 worth of landscape evergreens, ,'We had them dug and haled with burlap with from 50 to 75 pounds of dirt on their roots, and delivered by trucks to Orion's Fruit Farm where they were planted and well watered within 36 hours from the time they were dug. They can now be seen at the Orion farm, '.1-4 mile straight south of the court house. Select your trees. Don't buy trees you have never seen. We can save you miyney as we bought them at 1945 prices. -V Orton -s* W»T v Fruit Eairm HONOR FENTONITE ON66TH BIRTHDAY Fenton: A surprise party was held for Jake Zwiefel on his 66lh birthday Tuesday evening. Those attending were Mr. s and Mrs. Rav Zweifel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zvvie- fpl of Dolliver, Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Zwicfol of Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wcisbrod and son Robert of Cylinder, Earl Larsen of Swoa Citv, Mr. and Mrs. Don Elbert and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Householder and daughter and Oscar Zwiefel of Cass Lake, Minn, "500" Club Parly Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck entertained the members of their 500 club Tuesday night. High score prixe for ladies was won by Mrs. Dale Wcisbrod, high score prizes for men went to Paul Voigt, travel pri/e to Lloyd Kern, low prizes to Mrs. Bill Wiener and Hildreth PcUit. Woman's Auxiliary The Woman's Auxiliary ipet last week Friday at the home of Mrs. George Jorgenson. Sixteen members were present. Initiation of new members was held for three new members that were present. A delicious luncheon was nerved bv the hostesses. Supt. V. 3. Tatum attended a school masters meeting in Algona Thursday evening. Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and Kenny, Mrs. Mervin Priebo and Janice, Mrs. Edward Priebc and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland were Algona shonpcrs Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Han if an and Barbara drove to Graver Monday, where Mr. Hanifan played basketball with the Swea City town team. Swca City plaved Gruver. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson and son of Moscow, Ida., left for their home after spending some time at the parental Sam Olson home. They came for the golden wedding anniversary of Sam Olson, which was hold March 3. Mrs. B. G. Borkland entertained at dinner Sunday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bratlrud of Ringsted. Henry Brattrud of Graettinger, Mr. and Mrs. Lief Tlierson of Ruthven, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson and son Robert of Moscow, Ida. iALGONA Mrs. Emd*y Smith ,*» Electee) -PietiilMit '?^';^^'-W^ : <+m^ • : --~ •. •; *V:A,-.V,:.. .. ••.£.•<**•* s .la -%,^ f .JW Lakota: MesdamML.! ... land and James SmWWre host* esses to the U. S, W.-at? the tow* hall last iveek Wednesday evening, The main business was elec* tion of officers with.the. following results: .president, • Mrs. Emory Smith; vice president, Mrs. Eva Miltag; 2nd vice president, Mrs*, Robert Rippentrop; Phone 7-F11 Algona Tuesday Club Has Election At LuVerne LuVerne: The Tuesday club met Tuesday afternoon at the country home of'Mrs. Paul Blumer with Mrs. Paul Beckman as the assistant hostess. The business meeting was held at which time there was election of officers. Officers chosen for the coming year are: President, Mrs. Gerald Brace; vice president, Miss Hulda -Fritzcmier: 1 and secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Edward Hof, Following the business meeting Mrs. John Voss Jr. read a very interesting paper on "Japanese Americans." The remainder of the afternoon was spent socially and lunch was served by the hostesses ixiyucri i« j. v i[jijt >»ui \jjj) , • \ f>»-^.«. x.iiu* ir f Mrs. Uussell Wintqr;<,n treasurer, Mrs. Vernon Smith, histarj-ani Mrs., Albert McCarthy; chfiplin, Mrs. Emma Smith; sgt. at axtns, Mrs. Elmer Paulson. ..;•.:• 'Mrs. C. C. Gcrzema spent Thursday visiting his, sister Mrs. John Bruhns at Buffalo Center. Mcsdames Fred Schroeder' and D. W. Mittag Were. Mnnkato, Minn., visitors last week'-Wednes* day. »..'•• : • Rollio Sleele has been confined to his bod with heart trouble for the past tvyo weeks. ~ He is now somewhat improved. .-•''' • Mrs. Raymond White and little son came home from the Swca City hospital last week Tuesday. The Whites have one other child, also n boy. A son was born last week Tuesday at the Buffalo Center hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blome. The ilomcs have one other-son and 'our daughters. • tMrs. C. A. Gutknecht-drove-to Fort Dodge Tuesday to attend a meeting of Prcsbyterial .officers for this district. Mrs., Gu.tknecht s White Cross secretary. .Mr. and Mrs. Sachs «*Jmd•• two daughters came home last w.eek Monday after several /^Bjj^ -.visit with Waller's •parenfir' Mr.- anti Mrs. Louis Sachs at Olewein. Mr. and Mrs. Heyoe/Rcfrschman and Mrs. Henry Kline . jyere-, Algeria shopners last wefeK Tuesday. Grandpa Berschman stayed at the Berschman home during t.heir absence. Mr. and Mrs. Ported rHennepen and three children are visiting at the L. J. Needhous'. Mrs. Henne- pen was formerlv LaVonne Johnson and the family have spent the past two years in Los Angeles, Calif., but will now' make their home <n Esther vilie. .- -- ••...•« •Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena and daughter Dorothy drove to Des Moines last week Monday .to meet Dr. Maynard Ukena and wife and little son. who came by nlane from Tulsa. Okla., to Des Moines and will visit Maynard's mother Mrs. Ida Ukena and other relatives hero. He left Thursday for Marshalltown and Ames to see if he cnn locate a place to live in either place. Dr. Ukena is an orthodontist with one office at Marshalltow.n and one at Ames, before going into service, and will take up his wor^k there again. ! JLuVerne: The Progressive club rt$t Monday evening. March, 11, for a seven o'clock buffet dinner at the home 6f MfS. Howard Smith. 'Mrs. George Tiede, a former memtoer or the club, was rehv stated. Following the dinner tha •busiijesijfceetlnfi. was field wibh Mrs, Ray<Stdrie-Ttt'charge. .'Election of, officers, was held land the following officers- were chosen fof the new yCat. President, Mrs. Merlin Cody; vice president, Mrs. Arnold Hielle; secretary, Mrs. Howard smith, ana treasurer, M^. Joe Thorn. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Phil Lichty with Mrs, Harold Phillips as the assistant hostess. At this meeting there will, be a display Of china and glass ware., Bfl,nd: Mothers. Club— The Band Mothers club met Wednesday evening in the home economic room in the school house. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. John Glidden, Mrs. John Ramus and Mrs. John Tiss. The business meeting was in charge of Mrs. William Moeding, secretary-treasiirer of the club, in the absence of the president and vice president. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Henry Pergande and Mrs. Harold Honsen. j. J. Club Meeting— The'J. J. club met Thursday 'afternoon' at the home of Mrs. Ed ,Dehner't . with fifteen members present.-Mrs. Carl Goetsch, president, pf.the club, presided at the business meeting. Entertainment was in 'charge of Mrs. Herman Schuli'ahd Mrs. Andrew Nielson. The next .meeting will be held on the-home of Mrs. Ar- -wanting another OIL-PLATED engine Motorists' Lesson I from World War II is that cars with OIL- PLATED engines don't quit easy. Though some are being traded for style's sake now, you can safely figure that the owners are repeating on OiL-PLATED engines! They make sure to get : them-r-the same as you can do —by using Conoco N" 1 motor oil, with its added OIL-PLATING ingredient. This acts magnet- Ijke, fbrping engine parts to attract and hold a close-bonded surfacing of lubricant. " J Arid that's protective OJL- PLATING — the wear-fighter! Like a shield over the fine- finished inner surfaces that you want preserved, OIL-PLATING is in position against wear . . . in position todiscourage' carbon,' gum, and sludge—to encourage oil and gasoline economy. You want all that, and it's yours for the asking. Just ask for Conoco' N' A oil in any car. In the case of an older car, you certainly need a Spring oil change now, so this is exactly your ,tirne to OIL-PLATE. Pay just a bit more for it! See Your Conoco Mileage Merchant. Continental Oil Company Kuecht's Conoco Service Phone 32 701 E. State St. C, G, Venteicher Tank Wagon Sales and Service •Phone 209-"~ .Wesley::;tM United Service Wo*, men of Wesley held a regular meeting and election, Thursday evening) wlth'a good turnout; Mrs* Tiille Ltjebigj Mrs.Toin McMbhttrtv Vte. Albert Neuroth and Mrs. John Huff were servers. • ' ew 1 bfttefci's elected were Mrs. Jj. Pfeffcr, to succded' Mildred l?ox as presidents 'Mrs. Esther Skow, vice 'president; LuclllG Hir- npft recording secretary; Mrs. Therqn Hjinsan, financial: secretary; 'Mi\s. Urban Neuroth, treas- UfOt. The group v6ted;.to have a membership party Thursday evening, April 25, with a program. A: free membership-will'toe given. AH members are urged to attend, The meeting will be held in the Methodist chm-ch basement. Ott» new electric pvfitt POTTER Phone UO Buirt Man diven A Big Book Territory D.'P. Schwletert was in the office. Saturday, and stated Jhat ho had been given an enlarged territory in Iowa for sale of the book, .History of World War II, which he has been selling in Kossuth county. •He was going to Iowa Falls, Sunday, to make further arrangements regarding his larger territory. Schwietert, who is from Burt, says that the book has been selling like hot cakes, and is the first of its kind to be issued since tho close of the war. He himself is a veteran of World-War I. The next,m March' 29-at nold rijelle. If the brooder house isn't on clean ground away from old hens, the best procedure is to keep the chicks confined to the brooder house and sunporch until they are ready to be moved to a range area. CONOCO and rtmimbir anothtt big thingi Dcn'r lay oelan«—SAY N-TANE* ...CONOCO N-MNe'CASOHNE Wesley Basketball Girls Given Trip To -.ft State Tournament Wesley: Mrs. J. M. Kunz substituted for Mrs. Chas. Mullin as teacher in high school Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Mullin went to Des Moines with the basketball girls, where they all attended the state tournaments. They returned Sunday morning. Newly weds on Visit Mr. and Mrs. JOc Erdman, newlyweds, spent Saturday and Sunday of last week here at his parental Matt Erdman home. Mrs Erdman was Florence Monroe of Waterloo and they were married there Saturday, March 9. Joe was in the army and is now employed at the Rath Packing company and his wife works at a box factory. They live m Mrs. Erdman's Waterloo home. Have Tenth Child Mrs. Abbas and new baby ware 'irought home last week from the University hospital in Iowa City, vhere the youngster was bop. They now have ten children. Their two-year-old son submit- .ed to r. hernia operation there Mrs. Clare Robinson went to Iowa City Friday, where she will ;ubmit to a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman and Matt visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Bob Kain, at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday. She expected to be brought home over the weekend. Supt. Chas, Mullin and son James went to Des Moines Fri-' day afternoon and on Saturday attended a girls' state basketball tournament. Mrs. Mullin had gone down Tuesday evening with eight basketball girls. They all returned Sunday. Mike Lloyd of Mason City visited friends here Wednesday. He has been discharged from *he army after service in the Euro* peon war zone and is now a salesman for the Mutual Health and Accident Life Insurance Co. He is the oldest son of Mrs. Loretta Lloyd and they were former Wesley residents. Lutheran P; T. A.— . The Lutheran Parent-Teacher Association met Thursday evening in the church parlors immediately following the special Lenten services in the church. Hostesses for this meeting were Mrs. Albert Schneider and Mrs. Harold Reddel. Following the business meeting the evening was spent socially and lunch was served at the close of the -meeting. Arrive From Maine— Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hesse and daughter Carol arrived here the. latter part''of the week from Portland, Maine, to*-visit- at' the home of her mother and with other relatives. Norman plans to enter -Iowa Stale college at Ames in the very near future. Mrs. Hesse and her daughter will live here. •Mrs. Willtam Wolf is quite ill at her home at this writing. George and Bernita Studer visited from Friday until Wednesday wi,th relatives' at ; E}._Madison. I AirsI's'Lisrby vHanseJjnah' : -'\va ; s -a* medical patient" 'in the Lutheran hospital in Fort v Dodge for several days., Lyle Schipull, son of Mr. and -Mrs. William 1 Schipull, arrived home recently and he has received his.discharge from the army. Ed Dehnerl who has been employed in construction work at Lemmon, S. D., arrive.d.Monday to visit his wife and other relatives. Lewis Block,, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Block, arrived home the first of the week. He;has just received his discharge from tho army. Mrs. Henry ' CJoesch and two children of Waterloo are visiting, at the home ofriMrs. Anna Goetsch ,and with other relatives and friends. -, . Gail Stoddard, son of Mrs. Marie Stoddnrd, who recently received his discharge from the army has enrolled in the teachers college in Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoepner were called to Omaha, Neb., Tuesday by the death of her mother. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon iij Omaha. Mrs. Emma Schmidt received word Monday from her son Sgt. John Schmidt saying, that he has landed in the United States. He called from California. Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wittenberg and dauehtor- Nadine went to Omaha, Neb., Monday where Rey: Wittenberg attended an officers conference of the Lutheran churches. \7,00< Of OlD 10 f*' a5 Mere, Than 2000 Tetfs Developed the Tire That OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRE? ( New, better rubber developed by< B. F. Goodrich makes tire run cooler, and wcnr longer. . n, 35% stronger tire body — f the remit of an entirely new " stronger cord, more cords per inch in top ply and an extra shock-absorbing breaker strip. '•». The newt "Road Level" tread Jw, puo.moce rubber on the road .- lo.ibare the wear, making the. •" -tire-wear more evenly »nd ,.-. more-slowly. Convenient Termi Available OJL Rubber Welders LESTER DeBOI/T Phone 308 118 -N. Thorlngton I Hnrf'Detect-and Collect" every I \ Tbi,ri<l*ronABGatS:30P.M.B.T. f NEW MACHINERY Hawk Stackers Tractor Sweep Rakes 2, Rpw Stalk Cutters Fertilizer Spreaders, New^Type Fahn Trailers, high speed* bearings, and tires, $145 Steel and Wood Wagon Boxes Hog Feeders arid Wat- crers Ptunp Jacks Harrow Steel Evcners Pig Troughs, metal and cement • Brooder Stoves at Spc- , cial Prices Batteries Rope: % in. % in. 7 /s in. Steel Cable Garden Tools Oil, -Grease, Grease Guns, Hammermill .Belts, Belting HAVE A FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON PAVING AT SEXTON FOR SALE. CAN GAVE IMMEDIATE POSSESION AND TERMS IF NECESSARY. Case Parts and Service Let Us Help You With Your Repairs and Overhaul Work Before Spring Season. Mullins Seed Corn We have a limited amount of Mullins seed corn with germination of 92 to 98%. Why take a chance? Tanvilac Feeds 3ust received a Idafl of the ttew TANV/II.AC FEEDS^ for Cattle, Hogs and Sheep. See us before you buy. We can save you money. . , Taylor Implement Co. So. Phillips St. New Lion at Wesley Wesley: The Lions club held its regular meeting at the Methodist church parlors Wednesday noon with. the. Willing Workers Circle serving the luncheon. Robert Lawson joined the Lions, Albert Lickteig and Jim Walker; were guests. •RAH FOR LONE ROCK. Lone Rock, Feb. 13—Tlii? community collected 856 garments, six spools thread, three bo^eg buttons, and 70 pairs shoes were donated, to Kossuth's used clothT in drive for war victims seas, and delivery was made to the receiving center at Algona Saturday. LotU Creek Lady At Funeral For Brother, Sioux City Lotts Creek: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Schmidt and Mrs. Ed Ohm of Lone Rock attended, the funeral of Mrs. Ferd. Lieb of Sioux Falls, S. D., last week Wednesday They returned Thursday. Mr. Lieb was a. brother of Mrs.. Schmidt, The- small son- °£ Mr., and, Mr*. Herbert Potrats is sick with the chicken pox. . Arnold Dreyer, who lift With his family Thursday morning for California; expects to locate Mr.''and Mrs, Herman Haack of Fenton helped with butchering Wednesday at the Noah'Reis- ner home.. Mrs. Wm. Zimmerman and Mrs. W. AV Leihin^er helped Mrs, JVillard: M.WZ: W4th quilting. Thurstlay. sltepippjj* ., Some of the members of tha Ladies' Aid did' some quilting Tuesday afternoon- and:"evening,, March 12 in the school t)&6«nent. Mr. and Mrs. John Schallm, Mr. and, Mrs. Herb- Potato, and family an4 Miy pd, M*a.. ftwnie Wetzel and Billy were visitors at the Don Rody home Monday eveninif, March 11. K€NT'S Complete Car Service Men, With Modern to Sef ve You! Gieiv and Ronald. flarold Wolte* . Meyef Orove to Mint Minn-, Wednesday -Where the boys, are STcbpFAdV. fate Winch! fl^"f5T3pilUi» SPRING TUNE-UP Complete inspection of motor, BATTERY- ELECTRICAL Quick recharge if. necest 5, sa*y,. complete electrii- cal : check. RADIATOR REPAIRS „ I bo 1: twice aiyear; re» if needed. LUBRICATION Expert lubrication ancl> greasing. ; • . MOTOR OVERHAUL If your motor needs a< more- extensive overr haul, wevare equipped to. do the job* Checked and equalized, or reliried. SPRING POLISHING Quick, d e p e n da>b-l & STEERING WHEEL Correct alignment and wheel rotation savoft PARTS ANI> ACCESSORIES Genuine new Car4 and! Mejmiry Use<* Car Department ' Highest mm* for iise&cam , , /now new car pyp^ucUoa begins t»foy<?e id Kent Mjptar Geiraitfiy

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