The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 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 26, 1946
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p']<-3.W*';'\ : yitte:ffi FACE SIX. ELECTRICAL ^SERVICE Hlt'sE4-E-C-T-R-l-C-A4 We Can Handle It! • ELECTRIC WIRING—If it's a new building or an old one remodeled, \ve can Install a first-class wiriiiR installation. ' • MOTOR INSTALLATION—All types and sizes of electric motors installed and serviced. • REBUILDING OLD IN^TALLATIONS-^If yotir present wiring: set-up is old or overloaded, we will bring it m> to dale sn more equipment can bei used without overloading the system. • STOVE INSTALLATION—All types of electric stoves installed. • HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES REPAIRED—All types of home appliances repaired. • NEW OUTLETS AND SWITCHES—If you need more outlets or more switches, we will handle it to your likiiiff. • ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING—Let us bid on your job, large or small, new or old building, home or commercial, city or farm. f HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES i "1 We handle famous MONARCH Electrical Appliances L (^ —they're hard to (jet, but drop in from time to time [ and sec what lias arrived. J ALGONA ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL WORK OF ALL KINDS Harold (Si) Roth Willavd (Jess) Fandel 206 West Stale Street Phone 20 ALGONA, IOWA Your Easter Bonnet The crowning glory of your Easter Outfit . . . Your Easter Bonnet! How you'll love the new Saturn straws ... so smart and tailored, the postilion sailor, the forward tilted, rose bedecked pillbox and the straw, circlet with gardenias whispering in your*ear.. '._ ........1, ...... Yes, you'll love them all, and they are right here awaiting your selection. The Elite Shop UEL ROOT NAMED HEAD OF WESLEY SCHOOL BOARD Wesley: At a meeting of the public school board Wednesday evening Lael Root was elected president. He had filled that Office since the resignation of Doctor Richardson when the latter moved to Algona last fall. Other members are Alf Studer, Dr. H. H. Raney, Dr. L. L, Pfeffer and Mrs. Vee Mullin. Fred Diokman is secretary, an Of- 'fice he has held for 30 years. Visitors From Cedar ftapids— Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson of Cedar Rapids came Fri- dav evening to snond a few days with her sister Mrs. J. L. Haver- Jy here, a sister Mrs. Will Becker and the ladies' mother Mrs. Mathilda Johnson, who has been nuite sick at the Becker home at Algona. Another daughter of Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. (Ethel) Jain Putney of Grand Junction, Colo., soenl the past week here and at Algona. Al Eischeid Funeral Many Wesley friends and relatives attended the funeral of Henry Eischeid, 57, at Algona, Wednesday morning. He died Monday morning at the Kossuth hospital, where he had been a day for treatment of flu. His wife, the former Awnes Gasman, nnd two children, Mrs. (Evelyn) Francis Fr'oelich, and Harold, 10, survive him. Successful Farm Sale Tho Amos Angle farm sale held last week was very well attended and very well sold. The Fred Gebkin family, who have lived on the Angle farm, have moved to Burl. Dean Sparks has rented the farm for the comint? year. His mother, Mrs. Ruth Sparks, will keep house for Dean. Return from Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne returned homo Thursday morning from a few days at Chicago, where they had visited their son, Lt. Leonard Alne. his wife and baby of Washington, D. C., who were visiting relatives there. At Univsrsiiy Hospital Mrs. Clare Robinson submitted to a major operation at the University hospital at Iowa City Thursday morning. Mrs. Albert Girrav.1 wont to Perry Thursday to vi.-ut relatives a fo\v c'a vs. Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinek p\- tonded a .card warty at Britt Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan returned last week from a month visit with relatives at Santa Ann, Calif, '• Retires j Aged 82 Whittemore: Mike Fa'ndel, above, who has served as secretary of the Whittemore-'Farmers creamery for the past 29 years, resigned Thursday', it-being his last creamery annual meeting. The meeting was poorly attended, and there wore 'only 34 shareholders present. Mr. Fandel, who -was 82 years old Feb. 8 and is very active and capable to serve! this organization for ten more years/ 1 , but due to k an heart ailment it was; recommend/ ed that he retire.-He : also served on the board of the'Whittemore Elevator company for, the past 40 years. • • \ • Army Offers New Inducements To Enlist A directive received March 22 states that ex-servicemen having served in the armored force may re-enlist for the' second armored division, now stationed at Camp Hood, Texas. Enlistment may be made for as little as 18 months, and assignment to the division is guaranteed. Men who have been out longer than 90 days may Be enlisted in certain grades, depending on their months since release, recruiting officers say. In Algona the army recruiting offices are in the Barry building, second floor. To Open Bode Cafe Bode: Mr. and Mrs. Keith Holland have returned from their we'dding trip and will soon open a restaurant on Main St. cmmmt Swifi "•& Co.', Atgofta, hfiVe ah' noxlnced organization, of a Swift's C'hick iCJub, with any Kossuth bo'y of gM b'£?tw!eeit the ages' tit: l£ ahd.-.l6: yeafs. .of age- eligible ,to j.odn. •• • ' i.V 'Y ,:' •< gwlfVs. will furnish 60: baby dfiFdks .to'ever/ suceess'fiM .abplfc cant, who'turfis in fiis-r^tfeSt to join before April'26j and- ftfe^t fa-li the club nienibfer -turns back in 38'lbs', of •live poultry to dwift's; The balance is the prop* 1 ,er,ty of .the clutorrieftibef and fep« resents His 6r her profit from the summer 'chick Kiisingf . Chicks will toe distributed to the club merhbers during the week-of April .30 to May 14, Ctet Kurtz, locaj manager, stated. Several breftds of poultry will bo available, ond • neXw fall Sy/.if-t's • plan to hold a • prtultty show, at which time prizes will be offered in .all classifications. 4-H club nierribers who .partici- palu will also have an opportunity io \viti one 'oT tha five sterling silver medals to 'be awarded and go on .into state and national competition, However, one does hot have to be a 4-H member to enter the club, but there are the extra prizes for 4-H members. ...... A detailed outline of'-the plan will be. found in a,Swift & Co. ad ^elsewhere in this issu'e. In 1945, ten young people who went from county to state and then na-tional competition each Won a $200 college scholarship its a result of their poultry club activities. A Humboldt Girl ' LuVertiii A former Lit Verne boyY SercUtte, &ygaa*d, s6n of Mr. ahd Mrs, dhtist Mygaard of JtuwttoWtt, was urtitetl irt .tffof' riage irt '4Re First Metfiffldist entifeh in HumMdt on Saturday •,' MSrch S at 2 o'clock ,to Miss Mab'Ie Fortrier of Hum* boldt. The single-ring cej-emony WAS performed" % Of. W. L. SretW, pastor. Nuptial music •was played by Mrs. Albert Nore- KoiiSe, Q\sd of Hitrrtboldt. MiSSi : Marilyh O'Connell sahg "I Love You Truly" and "0 Perfect Love." The couple were attended by' Mrs. Virgil ,pf Li-vermofe. sister ,nt the erbom arid Lloyd Portner, the bride's twin brother. Ushers were .yfrill Smith of Livermore, and .Wendell Fprtncr of Hum* boldt. • The bride wore a- white floor length gown and veil and Mrs. Smith wore- an .aqua gown ana carried. 4,'bouquet of white carnations and yellow roses. The bride's :bou< was pink and white carnations. . Following the ceremony a re- rention was held at the bride's home. Wednesday, to attend a Service Co. meeting. Studor is on the adviso.-y board Mr. and M •.•••. Sam Alne look the jailer's molher Mrs. Ann Seiverseike !o her homo at Story Cit^ Sunday fol'.owins a month'.'! visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph TrumbuII returned to Wesley Wednesday following a fow days visit with relatives at Sutherland. He is Milwauke railway clerk from Algona to Chamberlain. S. D., and they live with Mrs. G. L. Olson. Mrs. R. J. Sauncho, nee Eve- Ivn Haynes, left last week for Eau Claire, Wis., whore her husband is now employed. Evelyn has spent the winter hr.-e at her parental P. C. Haynes home. She also assisted her brothers Hai'ley and irwin in the cafe ut Algoha. Mr.-and Mrs. Clarence Haverly. o£ Dundee, 111., spent the past week visiting relatives here. Hd is a son of Henry; Haverly. Clar- 1 ence held-a-sale of 71 .piitebred Holstein cattle/'aTKis.larm.Satur- day, March 16, \vhich averaged $319 a head. He is also a licensed auctioneer. , L ,, "a. Mr. and Mrs. 'Ralph Jarvis lefjt Friday morning for' Columbus, Kans., where she will visit her husband's parents a week. Mi'. Jarvis of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., will join his wife at Kansas City, Kans., and spend the weekend at his parental home. Tuesday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Ida Elaine were Olaf Funnemark, Howard Funnemark, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Johnson and Roland, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Halverson, Edgeley, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Besemer and daughter of New Ulm, Minn. LuVerne Livewires 4-H Met Friday Lu Verne: The Lu Verne Live Wires 4-H club held a regular meeting Friday evening at the home of Doris Applegate with the meeting starting at 8 o'clock. Roll call was answered by giving "Why I'm glad I Live ' in the United States" because: There were four members and the leader present, also three guests! Miss Peckham, the county extension home economist, Mrs. Glair Wingert and Mrs. Albert Johnson. A short business meeting was held, after which Mrs. Wingert gave a demonstration on crocheted cotton rugs and Mrs. Johnson gave a talk on different buttons and what they are made of. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. Buy A Dairy Farm Bode: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson have purchased a dairy farm near Prairie Farm, Wis,, about 80 mires east oj St. Paul, and have already taken possession. W. N.. Chertand., and . son Andrew drove there .one day last week, and Mrs. Cherland accompanied them home after a visit with her sister. H.W. POST DRAY AND TRANSFER STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. Wesley Rdbekaha Go To Gai-ne? Meetifig Wesley: T^n Rebekahs went to a meeting of that . lodge at Garner .Thursday evening. The Moon and Seven Stars was presented to the Carrier lodge by the Algona' representatives. Other lodges represented included Forest City. Mason City, and Belmond. Lunch was served by the Garner lodge following the business meeting. Towtwend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson Washington — Rep. Jerry Voor- 'his, California Democrat, has indorsed the gross income tax principle advocated under the Townsend Plan, to the house ways and means committee during hearings on revision of the Social Security Act. The present Social Security setup, he explained,.cannot cover all the people because it depends on payroll deductions and therefore skips those not on payrolls, such as the self-employed and farmers, i Under questioning, Voorhis, said he'has always endorsed the goals of the Townsend organization.— Adv. BROODER HOUSE INSURANCE On BUILDING, CHICKS AND STOVE L.S.BOHANNON Over S. & L. CONCRETE MASONRY FOR FARM CONSTRUCTION THAT CAN'T WAIT Tell us what you want to build and we'll give you a free estimate. Prompt Deliveries Standard & Light Weight Building Block Colorcrete Matt Glazing Highway Bridge Construction Truck Crane Service Insulcrete and Allied Products. J. I. Merryman & Sons Knock off...Have a Coca-Cola . . . making funtime out ofworktime The whole family turn to with a will tp get the yar4 in jsh&pe. n M%ny handa make light work." Especially when sometime during the job, eacji hjjnj get? hold .of a frosty bottle of Coca-Cola, ri^it frojn the faqaiy refrigerator. C!oca<<3pJa adds fon to ever you're doing. It brings pn the friendly £«*« *fctt r^K^te^rA flxpent to and enjoy yourself — and each 1 other. IOTTIEO UUP" AUTHOIITV 9f T«J COXTA-C^i* ,e^tUtMf M MINERAL gpnilfOS COCA-COLA BOTTLWa SPMPANY HumboWt Now on the Way I n Will the New, D0DGE Have a Big, Beautiful New Interior arid Safety. Steel Body? t 4 * 4 I R 4 i jOCNDiGE Have a Beautiful New en.i'pWei;w'ith New .Safer, Non- ge Lightirig? Will the i^few.DODCiE Have Big Roomy Seats, Large New Doors qnd Luxurious Upholstery? ' t I 4 a Will a NeMr 'Safety Haye Such Things as Speedometer and Hy" m =X ?:>:. .y Ipfll^f 8®pN Af ^&&^Mft&. .,," .:."•- ' •&jMMk':«i^/^a ^.^ M : i * i 4 « MOTORS i i

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