The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1946 · Page 6
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We WiJI Recap Your Present Smooth Tires for Your Driving Safety When New Firestone De Luxe Champions are Available to You We Will £qu«> Your Car and Buy Your Recapped Tires SUPER GIANT Zinnia Seeds Reg. 29c PIO-D •ENAMEL 1/t-pint This wonderful, smooth- flowing enamel dries in four to six hours to a rich, high-gloss finish. Gorgeoua colors! Limit — 2 to a Customer HACK COMPLETE 20-PAGE BOOK "Beautiful Lawris with Less Work" Come In Today "The Pocket Secretary" 1.05 Keal ciua lity! Steel pistol- grip handle and sturdy frame. Adjustable. "Swing-It" LETTER CASE NOW! 1.09 ^ Handsome leather with writing pad and three roomy pockets for money, valuable papers, etc. The Extra Rug Every Home Neet/s Reg. 2.95 SCATTER MUG Pretty pastels ... green, l>lue or dusty rose with white. Reversible, BO it stays twica 83 clean. 21x36-iiicli. on Aufa Harrtis •. . . • i.i • ' • : - ' ' -^ Reg. 5.95 TWIN TRUMPET 4,79 OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT OR, IF YOU PREFER, - USE OUR. CONVENIENT BUDGET* P.IAN HUXTABLE Firestone Store EASTER SEAL FOND BOUGHT HEARING AID FOR SCHOOLS Yes, a lot is being done but so i much more needs to be done . . . i and it takes moYiey to accomplish 1 this. That's why each year at this lime the Iowa Society for Crippled Children and the Disabled and its local county organizations sponsor the slate-wide Easter Seal Sales I campaign . . . because funds rnls- <r e d f r o. m t this sale is V* the major ' t me a n s of t support i ng this work. The Society.., asks that all Towans buy seals and buy 'gene ruv.Jly because H m e a n s so much to some Iowa crippled child. In this county Hie Kossulh County Society for Crippled Children and the Disabled has carried on this work for the handicapped. I The report for last year shows the , Kossulh county Society for Crippled Children lias purchased an audiometer to be used in all the schools of the county. It it planned that every child will have a i screening test for hearing as soon as possible. Arrangements were made for one young person to attend the Hearing Cl'nic at Iowa City and a hearing aid has been purchased since. Recreational materials were i sent to one fhut-in 'boy. A home teacher was located for several handicapped children. Surgery for another child was paid for. Information about cerebral palsy has been supplied to parents., Visits \veve made in ten communities of" I ho county by Mrs. Dorothy Phillips ,?xecul've recretary of the Iowa Society office, to explain the program. H. \V. Miller of Algona is the nr.\v chairman succeeding Mrs. Fred Shilts, chairman for 1945. BANQUET At El fiurt: The first cotittty; ;: 4*ri club banquet to, be held ifi live yeacs was 'held in the ,,6urt school gymnasium Thursday eveiiingi Nearly 250 4-H ftltiji members and their leaders .were present. The dinner was. served by the Band Mothers Club. The club colors-, green and white, were used in the decorations; with large four-leaf clovers ns centerpieces. . " A fine program was given. It included a talk by Ray Gunningham, Ames y. M, C.. A. secretary* and some fine music by a Mr. Co.wafi of Amos. Talks, were 'also .. . . Certificates Wefe fcfesfented 16 a nttnibei' 61 -leaders, wild had beeii active ifl club.'WOjk tot 16 ygarS Or rriofe. M#& Wlli-Weis- bsod, Fetiton, had, been Sis the \yoi'k longest, laying bfien a leader for 20' years. • .Truck Hurt: The Aaron Taylors 6Ver» turned in their, truck, > Friday, morning. They were driving south from their home at the timSi ahd encountered deep ruts. In trying to turn out of the iruts, the truck went into the ditch. Mr-s. Taylor received some Injuries. .3* Aife/loWlv Sn<yiH 2 M. Kv ^utar Cb t a-lUili 01 fectiohv vh& Italy;, A'csicterWy, aM Was a f aisffjei? to 'his eatt^ into. thfe tettty 6ft SuHe 12, 194S. JTe tobk basic toltafrig at Cartui? Wolters, .Ttekas, before corn* {fig overseas. • ; WANT AD8 BRINGS ItfiStJLTS EASTER SEALS Many Relatives At Dr. R. C. Ball Funeral Titonka: Relatives from a distance who attended funeral services here March 24 for Dr R. C. Ball were: Mr. and Mrs. John Ball of Monroe, Wis., Mrs. Pearl Selles, Waterloo, M. 1. Roberts of Diagonal, and Mr. and Mrs'. D. M. Roberts of Minneapolis. Friends from out of town in attendance were Dr. and Mrs. Geo. Gotz of Mason City, Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Krueger and Dr. and Mrs. James Charlesworth of Clear Lake, Dr. and Mrs. J. O. F. Price of Algona, Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Kelly, of Goldield, Dr Lichlcr of Burt, Mrs. Vaughn Rising of Algona, Geo. St. John, Mrs. Elizabeth Amcsbury and daughter, Mrs. Inez Wolfe, all ol Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leetz of Iowa ' *•" ' -'-"" Oats.Seeding In So. Kosfuth Begins Livcrmore: Oats seeding was started in this area this week. Very little was done along this line the first of the week due to yie excessive moisture but the weather warmed up considerably and it dried up very fast so that Thursday it was dry enough to work. Those that did got in the field report the ground was still rather dump and cold. Not too many oats were sown but effort was concentrated mainly on preparation of the seed bed although some farmers report, having seeded a few small fields. The rain Saturday night prevented any field work being clone Saturday. Prairie 4-H Boys Met At Studer Home Wesley: The Prairic-Lu Verne 4-H club met Thursday, March 14, at the Herman Studer home. A few games were played before the meeting was called to order by the president, Donovan Studer. Twenty-seven members answered roll call with "One Improvement I would like to make on our farm." The topic "Providing all season pasture" gas given by Weston Cram and Robert Applegate. Different projects were discussed with the leader. Are your curtains as fresh and billowy as you want them for Easter? CalJ us now and we will clean them expertly and return your curtains looking- like new! Algona Laundry and Dry Cleaning Phone 267 We Call for 4nd deliver (E*st Across the Street from Court House) Another one of the many reasons why O. K. Treadweld recaps • mile lor mile -are the best. Every matrix is Precision Milled to mold the recaps in a perfect circle lor smooth rolling performance. For the best recaps insist on. perfect circle processing,*!positive curing methods, and protection to. the carcass from all heat and pressure. Only'6. K. gives you all three. LESTER DeBOLT Phone 308 118 N. Thoringtoii A, fc|. ebiltesdtt and, M*S|r flojfd fiiisbdroiifb' went, to Titonka, where they attended a post-nuptial; s-ho.weif far M;rs> George Sehgbusch, the former Laviha Jahdlt daughter, of M*. and Mrs. fofty Jandl. The young couple will live in Algona as soort as aft. apartment can. be found. .-'. ' • • In Fairmont Will IBs f his is > 'Saturday' o!f toft 352 ie td inabiUty to obtain sufficient f floats mid sea -foods.-. ..... iiiiiiiitiiiii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiii!iii!« _____ ^...'^.. •• ...... -. — rirf-nf- : i ....... 'HI ---- -••*•••' MR. FARMER: " You Save When You Use The Humboldt WADER sit Simple to Operate— Does Many Jobs! There arc a lot of odd jobs on the farm that The Humboldt Loader will save many hours on. When you want to move sand, dirt, cobs, manure, etc., just use this loader and the job will be done quickly and well. It's an honest machine that will serve you well! Here Are Many Uses to Help the Farmer—and There Are More! LOADS — Manure, beets, gravel, potatoes, cobs, cinders, ashes, baled hay, lumber, coal, boulders, concrete slabs, etc. MOVES — Pirt, small buildings, feed bunks, self-feeders, tanks, etc. ^ PULLS — Fence posts, culverts, pumps, etc. 4) E X C A V A TES -« Basements, manure pits, trench silos, etc, Q FILLS ~- Ditches, washouts, cisterns, tree trunk craters, etc. See It Now At KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT STOR€ John Deere Farm Machinery Sales • Servfce * General Electric Appliances Owr "Car Doctor*" Know How to Restore Health to Your Winter- Weary Ca*! Drive In and Let Us Give Your Car a That car you are driving has got to be a goojl "friend"jto you for some time yet— until you can slip behind the wheel of the brand-new model you are counting on. So. be a "good friend" to the car that has carried you through the war years-r-get a thorough MOTOR CHECK-UP first of all. Then get such things as brakes and steering checked. Then if the bo4yjneeds\YDr(ic, get that checked.latei-. . . and it-. you want you can even get your old car decked oui-iri new-paint! :; ' • •/•••"< WE ANALYZE YOUR CAR FROM ONE END TO THE OTHER WITH INSTRUMENTS MOTOR—Our check-up will linm.ediatclj show up any. defects. If there is something that needs or will need attention, our instrument check-up will make it known (o you. EXCESSIVE USE OF OIL—If your car is cat- ing oil, you might as well know what you need. We can tell you. COOLING SYSTEM—A small matter ordinarily, but you'd be surprised how many car owners are letting water pumps rust and cut out just because the cooling system hasn't bqen, thoroughly cleaned and flushed. HYDRAULIC BRAKES If you don't get the pedal pressure jou should, and have 'to pump back and forth to get brakes, that's a danger signal. Perhaps you need .the master cylinder 1 .overhauled, or the wheel cylinders, '' •• or both. ' » ':.' """.- STEERING—Don't take chances here—we say that in dead earnest. Let us'check - your wheel alignment and • steering apparatus. It might save you an accir dent^—and it might save a life. Besides, it DOES save on tires. GENERATOR AND STARTER — We will check both w^h instruments. If nothing needs to be done you will know it at once, IGNITION SYSTEM—Let us check over your coil, in fact we'll run over your \yhole ignition system—check the plugs and have your balterj gojie over. Whatever it is your car needs - If Anything - Our Check-up will tell you in short order! • '^fe- KOSSUTH MOTOR CO DON NELSON CHEVROLET DEALERS (16 NO. DODGE, ACROSS The New Now on at Ko$suth Co, T 1 * I i ^ < * 4

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