The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 9, 1946
Page 10
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MS. A. W. GRAY, ONCE OF BODE, 01ESATCORWITH feode: Mrs. A. V/. Gray died of. a heart attack in Corwith VStednesday night, March 27. She lived two hours after she was stricken. Her husband, who was manager of the Farmer's elevator in Bode for many years, passed away last August. She is'sur- vived by a daughter, Mrs. Goo. Y&oman. living near Corwilh, and two s6tiS Earl'Palmer, manager of Farmer's Elevator at Webb, afid Lt. W. F. Palmer, Manches- tef, New Hampshire. Funeral services were held in Kenwick Sunday afternoon, March 31 conducted by Rev. Martin Trystad of Bode. Burial was in the Renwick cemfetery. IJikner fa* 3 Vets .Sunday, March 31, Mr. and Mrs. Joe I. Dale were hosts at a one o'clock dinner at their homo and guests included Mr. and Mrs. /Wjdy EjDe.urd and dnuehlo; Maurice and Sigurd, Betty and their three sons . Oberl, Maurice and Sigurd, ;ill recently returned from overseas service in the army and have received their honorable discharge. Moves From Farm Mrs. Elmer Pederson has moved from her farm home to the h'QUse recently purchased from Odin Rood. The Rood family has moved back on the farm. Commercial Club Meets The Bode Commercial club will hold .its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening, April P, in the city hall. Following the business session refreshments will be served by Leo Kinseth in the Kinseth store. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Olson were recent visitors at the home of her parents in Burnside. Lyle Eastman of Edgewood spent Tuesday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eastman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers of Los Angeles. Calif., has been visiting relatives here and in Algona. Recent visitors at the Manfred Alfson home were Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Gildseth and children of Cylinder. Mrs. Oliver Golcvong has returned to her home in Helena, Mont., after a visit at the WaHcr Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rossing are moving from town to the Torkel Aure farm. Richard formerly worked at the Farmers' elevator. The American Legion met Tuesday night. April 2. in the city hall and the same afternoon the Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Leo Kinseth. Cadet Nurse Astrid Dale, after spending 1 the weekend at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Haldor Dale, has returned to her duties in Fairview Hospital, Minneapolis. Private Aliee Lamen has written her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Lomen that she has been promoted to corporal in the W. A. C. S. and soon leaves Tampa, Fla., for an army camp in Virginia, where she will be an office assistant. Recent-Bride h Feted At Wesley Wesley: A post-nuptial shower was held Friday afternoon in the Methodist church parlors fbr Mrs. Doli Missal of Mason City. A program and games under the supervision o£ Mrs. Lawrence Hansen and Mrs. Theron Hansen was the afternoon's diversion. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, whicn were a group of relatives. Mrs. Missal is the former Vcrla Johnson and her husband is a son of the Fred Missals of .Garner. They were mavfied March 21 in the Britt Lutheran church and are living in Mason City. LUVERNE GROUPS MEET THIS WEEK Lu Verne: The Cemetery association will meet Thursday afternoon, April 11, in the city hall with Mrs. Harry Lichty, Mr?. Wilson Lopler, Miss Grace Lichty, Mrs. William Larimer, and Mr- William Klawitter as host- The general meeting of the Methodist W. S. C. S. will be hold Wednesday afternoon, April 10, in the church parlors.. Hostesses for this meeting will be Mrs. William Goelsch, Mrs. I hil Lichty, 1 Mrs. Harold Phillips, Miss Grace Lichty and Mrs. Guy Gid- dinfrs. The worship services will be' led by Mrs. C. O. McClellan and the program leader will be Mrs. J. A. Hjelle. Lutheran Aid Meeting The'Lutheran Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon in the church pallors with Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman as the hostess. Mrs. Pierman Hin7. Jr., president of the Aid. had charge of the business meeting. Rev. Lewis Wittenburg read a chapter from the • study book and the remainder of the afternoon was spent socially. Lunch was served by the hostess at-the close of the meeting. Mrs. Harold Hansen will be the hostess at the next regular meeting. , To Confirm Seven Seven girls wil bo confirmed on Palm Sunday, April 14, in the Zion Lutheran church. The girls are Sally Shirk, Doris Jean Goelsch, Joan Wilhelmi, Nada- iine Tindall, Margaret Wilhelmi, Figueroa ^ Ballroom Livermore, Iowa Every Thursday Night Grass Fire Ai Bode Bode: The fire company w:>.s called to the farm of Oscar Hagen, ] last ! week, to stop the spread of a grass fire which got beyond local j control. ' 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. J'dan'rie rffriz, aftd D'onna Meyer, Rev. Louis Wittenburg will have charge of the confirmation exercises. Presbyterian Meeting The Presbyterian Ladias' association met Wednesday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Curtis Morgan with 10 members present.V Mrs. Walter Engel, president of the society, had charge of the business meeting," The lesson and devotions for the afternoon was led by Mrs. Frank Chapman. Lunch was served at the closb of the meeting by the hostess. Superintendent J. A. Hjelle attended funeral services for his grandfather John Hjelle, !)2, which'were held Thursday afternoon in Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Judd Berryhill of Livermore were visitors Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley. Mrs. Berryhill, is a sister of Mr. Riley. Miss Rubye Godfrey left Saturday afternoon for DPS Moines, where she spent until Tuesday attending a Hair Dressers convention which was held in the Hotel Fort Des Moines. Mrs. Charles Dugdale returned Thursday evening to her home in Oregon, 111., after spending several days visiting at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen. Helen and Elizabeth Ramus, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramus, spent the week in St. Paul, visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Pommerening. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Baker have and receive'^ son oft Aprtl'3 s and son-in-law Mr; W. Ptfr'teV'iA Fo? t are also fouV da'tlghtefS ift £He Porter family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry' Voft' bfa'si- ka arrived hefe Thursday/ afternoon from Springfield/ Mev, where they had 'been since January visiting relatives. No B«frldfio«* 01 FURNACES Modeli Many families will bt enjoying tdoff that f«w pre-war quality Green Colarilal Furnace they've been Walling (at. f HAVE YOU PLACifcb YOUR J! not, do It qulcklyi the dcmnjid" If heavier than the Immediate 1 supply — hut you'll nlwnyi be Rlsil you waited tor a Qtettt Colonial Furnace. Bee us today, Whether you prefer eoal, oil or gat Ihere'Js o specially designed Green Colonial Furnace t* Insui'e yollr comfort. OIL-FIRIB Lafog Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algeria. Iowa- We Have Been Appointed Exclusive Dealers In Algona For AUTOMATIC COAL STOKERS Today's Most Modern Heating Unit, Which We Will Socm Have On Display. Westc® Wafer Systems NOW ON DISPLAY AND FOR SALE _ » For deep or sfiallow wells; BATHROOM KITCHEN FIXTURES FIXTURES SHOWER CABINETS WATER SOFTENERS PHONE 157 FOR REPAIRS OR GENERAL SERVICE GALLS Plumbing & Heating 208 E, State St. new and greater/^20 Ask your friends over for Coke and Music Music that's tops by three top bands —the same big three every week. MINERAL SPRINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Humboldt, Iowa fitfw OftenHave You Made That Same Remark? *faA.i+.;-&&•••- Place Your Qttick Oefiveryf PHOTO ABOVE shows Norton Hog Feeders completed, pairtted ah'd standing on the Norton lot ready for delivery to Kossuth farms: CONSTRUCTION on Hog Feeders is going on constantly at Norton's; Photo above shows a feeder -in the' process of being biiilt, by. N6rt6ti carpenters. If yoU w«nt to save thtteVlaoirj*, fised'lind-ifA'bAe^ your order for a Norton d j aiit Hog Feeder. Ottr hog^ fe'e'der fiarrieSine HJ.^L/eepatelif.-alhd holds from 145 to 165 bushels depending on the- typ«roi feed. One filling- lasts several'dayS. O|e^jha|i^Wg:fpdf protects feed—. gtVes-hogfi'a dry piace\t6 e^t. Foi^labfe^—set on crebsot- ed skids—just hitch to traclor.^WbVe. Nbrlbft's flog" Feeders are designed aitd S^JiiiOiF.-t W laSt-^ahd they make up in time arid laftbr'saverf for '6Very penny they ..,., - -,,,.., • '•, ••' j.'i'--:x\". ,x- -V..V,!; •• - •• cost. -•-•"•••'.. - .:.• , -._£-, ••,•;•;-.-••, : ,:.j' : : • ...-• ' ••'•i ! •• }•,,'-;- X/:* • ':-.'•••' '•- - ; •'.' '.' ;4 ' '' .;v ; -, ; H-< Get A Norton HOG FEEDER for Itaelf in Time and Feed Saved! Shave GioVernmetitfel Regulation Restrict* Irtniediate Delivery of Coal to A 10Day« Stipjjly . . . H^iyeVer You Cart Plae* You* dldei^ ^NoW For FuWre The hew government 'ord** went irtttf effett on 6* about ApriMst . -;We( cannot give unrestricted delivery of Coal on the b%sis "of the' new refutation, but wfe can take your order f**--ftftu*£ desHvery; whicfe iii many ways is a sound thing to do. We can deliver a 10 day's stfpt>ly"rtow v - ii whJc!* ntteans that if you 'aW completely out of ! Coal and need some, we can fake care of you. 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