The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1946 · Page 9
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*WK'^'? (DAY, A'PRlt 9, OTERMAKER AT ONE ROCK WINNER FA WAR BOND j Lone' Rock; L. V. Johfison, bttermaker at the /Lone Rbck ,0'0p. creamery, won a $25 ond as a prize for a workman^ hip co'ntest sponsored toy the iwa State Brand creamery cop. which lasted six months. .' Mrs. Geo. Nyman left Satur- ay .With her sister, Mrs. Allan •alisbury of Des Mdihes to visit 1 Des Moines and also attend ,He Lutheran Welfare convention 'nlch takes place there the 9th, Oth, llth. Her sister from Des lollies, and her sister, Mrs. Del- iaf McFadden and mother, Mrs. iara McFadden, Algona, have 6en Visiting her Wednesday and liitrsday. io Algona ; TJhe M. O. Richards family pent Sunday visiting her sister Wand Mrs. Ray Webb of Ti- orika. Mrs. Richards and son NICHOLS IOE REPAIR Have your old shoes put into good shape by our expert repairing. i;Our New Location: iBehirtd Kent Motors TAXI! |We 'answer all calls up to |A. M. daily and emerg- jicy calls at any time day ; night. , PHONE 09 / fLOEBIG'STAXI 12tf Order Your Baby Chicks, ^jTurkey Poults, and Ducklings Now! ^Chicks from U. S. Approved &U. S. Pullorum Testqd^ocks^ 21ean. ^ Itry authorities predict r egg and poultry meat i this coming fall and win, Our chicks purchased now I give you these results and u " profits. ' latches twice weekly thru fSeason. Write or phone your j.Started Chicks .on Hand Bain Prices. if aa City Hatchery Icity, Iowa Phone 35 * f I 9 * t NOW OPEN ! OR BUSINESS HASTY'S BODY & FENDER wtojpjass Installs*} Free Estimates r o H Bet I'm A Vet Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli • frank helped her sister moVe to Algona Mon'day. Mr. and Mrs. Richards and .Prank were Wednesday dinner guests at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bilsbor- oufh at Algoha and vJslted his parents, A, L, Greenfield's at Algeria. . Films Cotwlng highly acclaimed Baptista Gospel sound films are coming to Lone Rock April 14-15-16 at 8 o'clock every evening at the Lone Rock high school gymnasium. Mrs. Otis Sanders, Burt, 'spent the weekend at the Francis, Foley home. Mr. and, Mrs. A. A. Krueger spent Thursday at Mason City on business. -,; .- . Mrs. Elmer Krause and S'haron spent Thursday visiting at the S. T. Straley home at Fenton. Helen Sprank spent the weekend at the home of her coushij Mrs. Dean Jergensoh and family at Algona. Mrs. J. P. Jensen of Ringsted spent Wednesday visiting her daughter, Mrs. Amey Cherland and family. Mrs. Delina Madsen of. Fort Dodge and Leonard' Rodgers of Ames spent the. Weekend at the Andrew Thomsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and Dorothy and Mary Alice Rossiter of Fenton spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft. 'Mrs. Arthur Priebe, Dennis, and Rodney and Mrs. Merton Larson spent the weekend at the parental Martin Larson and Guy Hallman homes respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick SchulU and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Schultz and Sharon and Dawn , -were Tuesday evening dinner guests' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger. , Mr. and Mrs. M, E. Blanchard returned to Des Moines with their daughter, Mrs. Albert Thompson Saturday to spend some time with her. and their son Howard . and his family. Mr/ and Mrs. Everett Hanna spent Tuesday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Parson at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Simpson and children of Whittemore spent Thursday evening at the Everett Hanna f home. Mr. -and Mrs. Carl Wienhaar and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wienhaar, Dn their way en route to their home in Canada from spending the winter in California, -visited their aunt, Mrs. Alice Bierle, from Wednesday till Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen drove his mother, Mrs, Geha Thomsen of Ringsted, "who has been visiting them, to Des Moines, Sunday, and returned Monday, where she is going to visit her daughter, Mrs. Eleanore Yaney. ; . Mrs r H. A. Holmgren and mother, Mrs. Mary Hemerson,: at- tfnded the.W. S. C. S. , at the Walter Weisbro,d home j.s- charged after "serving overseas in Germany, of Minneapolis Minn., spent • Monday visiting 'their brother-uncle, H. A. Holmgren and wife. Fairville Aid Met On Monday, April 1 , Fenton: The^ Fairville Ladies Aid met in the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Mrs. John Kerber as hostesses. Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and Kenny and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and Judy were guests. Mrs. Richard Hengel had charge of the entertainment and Mrs. Carl Beck won the prize. Capt. Hantleman Of Fenton Ends Visit Fenton: - Capt. and Mrs. Walter Hantelrnari of San Diego, Calif., left recently following a yisit at the home'of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman, and his brothers Martin and Gerhard qnd families. They went to Minneapolis on the first lap of their trip to visit his brothers Hilbert and Wilmer and his sister Susan. , They also plan to stop' at Albuquerque, N. M., to visit another sister Mrs, Wm. Schultz. Capt. Hantelman had taken a ship from the west coast to the east coast to be decommissioned. He drove here from Norfolk, Va. SCHOOL MUSICIANS PRESENT CONCERT AT BURT, TUESDAY fiurt: A concert was given in the school gymnasium Tuesday evening by the pupils, who were to take part in the mUsic contest at Graettinger later in the week. The program included numbers by the Girls' Glee club; a tenor solo by Kenneth Patterson; baritone solo, played by Junior Rachut; numbers by the girls' sextette; an nlto saxophone solo by Joan McWhorter; a clarinet solo by Maiilyn DUsworth; a soprano solo by Helen Kuchut; numbers by thn Madrigal group; a piano solo by Shirley Lockwood; a mezzo-soprano solo by Leugenia Riedel; clarinet Quartette, composed of Douglas Eddy, Marilyn and Yvonne Ditsworth and Duane Habeger. Alto solo by Evelyn Becker; soprano solo by Joyce Ryerson; tenor saxophone solo by Stella Rachut; girls' trio composed of Helen Rachut, Mary Lee Parsons and Evelyn Becker; baritone saxophone solo by Beverly Ditsworth; bass solo by Gary Kienitz; flute,.solo by Sihrley Lock•wood;' xylophone solo by Arlet Cherland; and numbers by the girls' glee clUb. Supt. W. B. Officer, K. J. Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham attended a conference at Ames on Wednesday. Lurena Wessel returned home Thursday night. She was called to McGregor a few days before 1 and had accompanied her aunt to Iowa City, where she is a patient. Dr. and Mrs. Bahne'.K. Bahri- son took Mrs. Bahnson's father J. L. Peterson to Stratford a week ago Sunday, where he is staying with his other daughter, Mrs. Lester Vegors. Mrs. Tom Trenary and her sisters Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Fenton, and Mrs. Emil Person, Lone Rock, also Mrs. Hammerstrom, Lone Rock,_ were Fairmont, Minn., shoppers Thursday. Ruth -Hasso returned to Iowa City, where she is a nurse in the University hospital, on Wednesday after spending a couple of weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hasse. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wetzel.who had spent about ten days here with relatives, left Thursday night for their home at Pasadena, Calif. Mrs. Jim Christensen accompanied them to Des Moines, where they visited her daughter Betty Bee Christensen. Mrs. William Batt; Mrs. Earl Miller, Mrs. Fred .Lavrenz, and Mrs. Florence Schichtl attended a sixth district U. S. W: A. convention at Webster City last Tuesday. Mr. Batt took them down and went on- to Boone to day a belated celebration was held ta the Miller home Wednesday, evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, Mr. and Mrs. E, P. Fredrickson, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher were guests. Mrs. Chester Bailey and Mrs. Hugh Raney entertained -at a shower Friday afternoon for their niece, Arlene Patterson. ALdONA UPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. ST. JOE BOY GOES TOFORTSNELLING Am6ng the Burt people , $ ing were Mrs. F. L. Pratt, HUH* H. O, Buell, Mi% G. J. F. V& gel, Mrs. C. C. Smith, and MrS. R. J. Nealy. House Warming At SarcheU By Four Corner Neighbor* Four Corners: ,. There vyas a housewarming gathering tot Mr. and Mrs. Howard Safchett Friday evening at their honi*. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Sarchett ahd children, Mr. arid Mrs. Otto Haflan and son Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom and children, Mr. and Mis. Arie Dittmer and children, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson and daughter Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchett and children, and Jessie Sarchett.' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ramus and son Norman were Friday supper guests at the Leo RamUs home. Mr. and Mrs. John Sabih and daughter June were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Everett Witham home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman and sons Jimmie and Douglas were Sunday evening callers at the E. C. Witham home. Mr. and Mrs. George Rich and the former's mother Mrs. Nettie Rich were Sunday supper guests at the J. M. Elmore home. L. J. Lowman and granddaughter Ellen Witham spent Sunday at the former's son's home, the Louis Lowman's near Fenton. ' . Mrs. Will Drayton went to Davenport Sunday, March'3l to visit at the Ed .Pedeske home. She expected to return home Saturday evening. Mrs. Pedeske is Mr. Dray ton's sister. ;/ Mrs. .Herbert Schmeling and son Dennis of Cottage Grove, Ore., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Howard Witham, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Schmeling and son and her parents were supper guests at the Leo Ramus home. Mr. and Mrs.-Ed Rich called at the latter's mother's home, Mrs. Minnie Wilson, Whittemore, on Thursday evening to see Glen Cowing, who was; recently brought home from a Fort Dodge hospital following an.' operation. Mr. Cowling is Mrs. Rich's brother-in-law. A LOCAL LADY SPIT UP ACID LIQUIDS FOR HOURS AFTER EATING For hours after every meal, an Algona lady us.ed to spit up a strong, acidulous' liquid mixed with pieces of half-digested iobd. She says it.was awful.' At' .times she would nearly strangle. ..'• She had stomach bloat, 'dally headaches and constant' irregular bowel action. Today, this lady eats her meals and,', enjoys them. And,,, she.says the^chahge; is; due spitting up after eating iShe is also free of h*adach« ,naw, and bowels are regular, thanks to'this Remarkable New' Compound. • SYS-TONE contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act'on sluggish liver'and kidneys..,Miserable pec-r pie t soon feel different' all over. So don't 'go on .suffering. Get SYS-TONE. Lusby , & : Gidssi Drug Store. - G St. Joe: Maurice Reding, son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding, left Thursday morning for army Induction at Fort Snelling. Maurice graduated in May, 1945, from St, Joseph's high school. The Redings had a cablegram from their son Delmer, from Manila Thursday, March 28, stating that he was oh his way home. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kellner of LiVermore visited Friday at the Lawrence Thilges home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann and family visited Sunday at the John Kirsch home in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Reding visited Wednesday with Mrs. Reding's brother and family near Whittemore. Bernadine Hilberl, daughter of Frank Hilbert, returned home Thursday, March 28, after visiting her sister in Chicago. Mr and Mrs. Philip Wagner and family of West Bend visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frielinger. Mrs. Frielinger is the former Irene Wagner. Rev. Father George J. Theobald baptized the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frideres Thursday, Howard John. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding, the maternal grandparents. New Bancroft Carrier Phil Sheridan son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan of Bancroft, is the newt-rural mail carrier on route two out of Bancroft, under temporary appointment. He is an •army veteran, and replaces Leander Vaske. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Is hard to get ^. have your oia suits dea)je<J for lower appearance^by our expert, cleaning methods. Algona Laundry and er st from c«wt House) LAWN MOWERS Sharpened If you will brin? your mower in now we will be able to take care »f it before the rush. . We have special equipment ;'; for doing this work which ^insures .'you of satisfactory \ performance.' ? .'. : 'Corn Planter Brinff Them In Right Away C. A. HEARD 208 WEST STATE In Your Easter Bonnet With All fhe Frills Upon It There is everything to choose from for that very special Easter bonnet this year. And it is a special Easter— this first peace* time Easter since 194}. You can wear a gay bonnet and fee) gay and happy in it. There are beautiful Saturn tailored hats, lovely flower creations that flatter and lend a special touch of charm, felts with flower clustery that whisper in your ear, air dome flat tops, half hats,; hom burgs, salad b^wls, In Jhqt thsre i$_ everything you? heart deslwa 7 Ui a new ''' , but yo H will find toast, navy, brown, white aflJdoifwr colors, i We invitf ypw to make ygw selection while our stock It at its best. Come in today, ' " ' * - ' .- r" ' , " f :"-3 v/.»?j- 4 :^ v *V'^'~* V^^ 1 ""**^ ^u.^fei*-^^-> '^-iwsjaf«r" -.- T " , ' \ .«" *• " * Jy? j-'.jsV '(•• 4 ,• * , f"» ,*'* v J K ^',,f.-'y'--A ' fhjfei'/V'.v'' *' • ,r " v ^" - T ' " Pratt Electric Co. Receives Shipments of Merchandise after Chicago Buying Trip •Algona', April 9 — Despite the difficulties of securing merchandise in the electrical appliance field, members of the Pratt Electric Co. were successful in securing some quantities of small electrical appliances. These shipments have been received over the past week or 10 days and are being offered to the Kossuth county area at this time. A member of Pratt Electric said: "While it is still very difficult to obtain merchandise in the larger household appliance field, such as washers and refrigerators, we are glad to be able to offer our customers these smaller, needed items, because we know there has 'been a great demand for appliances of the sort we have received at the Store in these recent shipments." Ready Now in Our Store! SMALL HOUSEHOLD ELECTRIC Appliances Automatic Electric Irons COMPLETE WITH CORD—CHROME FINISH WELL BALANCED —MEDIUM WEIGHT We were able to secure about 60 of these automatic electric irons—and they are all here, available to our customers now. they're a well-balanced iron, completely automatic, and a nice weight for steady, non-tiring ironing. $ 4.95 Just In! Electric Toasters 2-Slice Type — Black and Chrome Complete With Cord This is not the automatic type toaster, but it is just about the best the market affords now. We bought them because if you don't have a toaster, these will do a good job of making toast for you. ELECTRIC COFFEE MAKER SETS these were available. Set consists of electric stove, 2-piccc'glass coffee-maker, attachment for toasting and frying. Ideal for apartment TYPES OF CLOKS romo, novelty and chime .clocks. They arc from one of our best suppliers and represent several well- known makes. S3.95 Up ELECTRIC HEATING PADS Several different sizes, each complete with cord. General Electric, Casco and other makes. If you need one, or will need one, select yours now. S3.951 0 S7.10 ELECTRIC TRAVEL" IRONS The small folding type electric iron with heat control, Ideal for traveling/ for a graduation gift later or cwfen for an Easter gift. S6.20 ELECTRIC DOOR CHIMES We have received a number of shipments of these door chimes, and so can offer quite a selection. Install one of these modern type "door bells." 69c ^ 813,50 ELECTRIC ROOM HEATERS 7 different models to select from— some with fans, radiant type, convector type, some with blowers, for any room or purpose. $8.55 to S29.95 FLASHLIGHTS Blig- beam searchlight types, hand lanterns, fountain pen types, self- generating flashlights, and regular types, Complete with batteries, 70c ELECTRIC VIBRATORS Complete with, cord. Ease aches and pains with the gentle massage of a vibrator. Also good for scalp and shoulder muscles. $4.95 ELECTRIC FANS Famous brands of fans are represented here. These sizes—8,10, 19, H, 16 and 18 inch, One year guarantee of the small ones, 5 year guarantee on the larger ones. $4.80 $33 .4,'fT, One-Year Guarantee on All jSinall Appliances Ol, Y«* ? We Almost Forget,, both electric and rosnually^o LA^klT^aJiSiM^sM^k^ »' few) priced at

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