The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1946 · Page 11
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leased By Army tvto'n: . Capt. fit..-. W., Rafoey [ his discharge from the las't' 1 weeK ; aM ; fias return- J, ifc 'fe8rlhfe.h4to.6K captain |y l: "spe«t 4S mon'tjis i'n the afmy, 16 of which were overseas in the .Eurbpeah theater. Before he entered the armed forces Capt, Rabey was a coach at Hawarden, where his wife has been teaching this year. At present hid, plans are' indefinite'. WANf ADS BniNClS nEStJLT; tHi FERGUSON fTNE CULTIVATOR •ford ' Tractor dwnewt Cultivate all day long in fields full of Obstructions wlthiths'FtfgUion 2-row Spring-tine Cultivatorj. without lo|S:6f;tfhi&pr injiiry/to equipment. Adjustable to b6th> row-crop flrtdgeneral fleld, ptohafd of'Vineyard ciiltivationi Tines have wideita^ge'oHatMal'and .vertical adjustment. Company Gradiiatioti Select Yours Today From Our Line of . NewfEra ' , Time'Pieces ; #*. ;|Men's [ '.' 10K solid gold (gold cases, stainless steel backs. Ladies* r 10K solid gold cases; yellow and rose gold. $3975 $39™ BEAN'S ( Two Hancock Couiiity.School Houses Tuesday, April 16 Two rural school houses will be offered at public sale, in Magor Township, Hancock County, Tuesdaj-, April 16, beginning at 1:30 p,m, at.Pistrlct No, 14 mi. Past aijd 2 mi. South of Cor- With, 1 mi. North of Denhart. Frame bldg. 2^x30 ft. with hall 6x30 ft. additional, shingle roof, concrete foundation, Tjell in b'elfrey, circulating heater stove, teaeher's desk and ohair, school desks, piano, vtM clock, books, pictures and many pther articles. Electric lighted, Also one acre of land on which this schijol house stands, ._.'..-. ' '".-', •:.': •'-;.' 'V-r'"-'-••.'-'-.; ;1 "- : '.' , .'-;.'/ ;;'- As spoil «ts; this sale is done the auctioneer will §b to District . No, 9 5 miles south'of Con\1th, about 8;80 p. m.v , |g, is 88x34 ft., shingle roofCtiie- 'Wodk' - foun^tion. toilets,, teachers desk and chairs, books, table, wall r&fsnd&MKr ar 'i/Fuvnwe and; galvanised FUN PROGRAM AT OTTOSEN P. T. A. Ottosen: The P. T. A. met Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium witli a large crowd attending. Following a short business meeting a pr()gram which was planned by the men was given. The prbgrarn was opened by. community singing, led by Mrs.-' Reynolds. After this a cracker contest was held with several of the boys in li)(; lower grades taking part. A play, "I Want to Get Married,*' was presented with Fved Kampeii, Marguerite Guderian; Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and Evelyn Bates taking part. Following the play an amateur contest was held with Chester Alme, Sylvan 'Jacobsoh, Loran Daniels* Oliver Christensen; Joe An/iker, Roy Enockspn and Oliver Kinseth taking par,t. Each was to sing one verse of the song "Three Blind Mice." The judges could not decide which one was the best so they drew ftir the. prize which was a box of chocolates and Sylvan Jacobson got it. The program committee for the month of May is as follows: Evelyn Bates, Marguerite Guderian, Mrs; Emmons, Miss Powers, Mrs. Clifford, Mrs. Reynolds, and Sadie Peterson. The refreshment committee is Eddie Zinnel, Mecle Holt, Ernest Enockson, Alfred Lemke. At the next meeting an election of officers will be held. Lutheran Aid Meets The Lutheran Ladifes Aid met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Donald Osher and Mrs. Percy Watnem as hostesses. During the business meeting Mrs.' Peter Movick was elected as a delegate to the Woman's Federation meeting at Kanawha, Aril 24. Mrs. Magnus Bratland' was elected as alternate. Mrs. Roy Enockson gave the lesson and Mrs. Ernest Enockson gave a reading. The Lutheran Ladies' .Quartette also sang. The next meeting, which' was to have been April 24, will be postponed until May 1. Hostesses for this meeting will be Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Mrs. Loran Daniels.' Progressive Club The Ottosen .Progressive club met Thursday afternoon in the Presbyterian church parlors with Mrs. G. I. Purdy as hostess. Nine members answered roll call. Mrs. Herman Kramer was elected as a delegate to po'to the county meetine to be held at Renwick April 27. Mrs, Jesse Van Buskiijk was elected alternate. ' A panel discussion on Money Management was held with MES. .vRalph. Richai:ds,^Mrs...Max,,Giai>k, Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk, Mrs. JensxBjerg 1 , jMrs.-.tSfeEmatt^ ; er, arid Mrs.^KnU^pelif. ing part. Guests'Were.;Mrs. Lee and daughter'Barbara, Mrs., Kate Jacobson, Mrs. ,Fena Enockson ofcEagle Grove, Mrs'. L. Lov-i .iK, Mrk Jack Crane, Mrs. John Coyle, Wrs. Chester Alme, and Mrs. Mtignus Bratland. The next I meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ralph Richards. Each is to bnrig a covered dish for a pot luck Itinch. Send Delegation Jfrcfifift ILbtts. Clr^^k To j60th Anniversary ' Lotts Creek: those from here ,who attended the open house at the Art'Mueller home in Fenton iApf.il-2 for the 60th anniversary, df Mr. and'Mrs. Albert Wolfgram, of Fairmont,.Minn., were M1-. and •Mrs. Albert Kressin, Mrs. Clara Pompe, Mrs. John Schallin and Ml 4 , and Mrs. Carl Zumach. •Paul Fuerst&nau, who attends college at Cornell, came home [Thursday morning for a vacation. New swings and a merry-go- round equipment were installed on the parochial school grourlds recently. Mrs. Martin Meyer and Mrs. Eldon Browning and small; daughter 16ft or Marion, S. £>., Thursday morning, where* the latter will get a check-up at the clinic. Mi-, and Mrs. Victor Struecker of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Herb ;P,ptrat/ and family and Mrs. Ly- ( dia Wetzel were Sunday, March 31j dinnbr guests at the Herman :Hintzes. ' Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gengler, John and Mary, and Lillian Kel- ileri of Le Mars, la., and Sam Superior of New York were visitors at the Nick Gengler home Thursday evening. The following gathered at the; M. F. Meyer home Thursday evening, the occasion being a wedding anniversary. Mr. and: Mrs. Don Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Art Kressin, Mr. and Mrs.- Art Rusch from .here, arid Mr. and Mrs.'vW. Godden of Algona. Cards were played, and a lunch' served la\er in the.evening. 90 Attend LuVeme Father-Son Banquet Lu Verne: The ladies oi the Methodist W. S. C. S. served a Father and Son banquet Monday evening, April 1, in the Methodist church .parlors with 90 men in attendance. A very delicious dinner was served, the menu being: -baked ham, mashed pota- .toes and gravy, buttered peas, salad, rolls, coffee, ice cream and cup cakes. Rev. Robert Phillips was the toastmasler for the evening. The toast to the sons was given by Ralph Davidson and the response for the sons was given by Wayne Sorensen. Music for the evening was furnished by the high school boys quartet which is composed of LeRoy Miller, Wayne Sorensen, Maynard Henderson and Richard Steussyi -Siton Wood sang, a vocal solo. The guest speaker of the evening ; was the Rev. C. R; Buchwalter of Rolfe, who spoke on the subject, "One Man and "God." , ; Ottosen: A" spring music ieB- ; tlval was held last Friday even- ipg in the high school auditorium with a large crowd attending. The program .was .given, including selections.by. .the band; duet' by Paul Waln>?:n and Eldon Hun- derlmark, a trumpet solo by Richard Loos, .-a trombone solo by iBhyllis Larson, clarinet aolp ;by Joan Enockson,. cornet duet ,\>y Barbara .Longvand Violet Nelson,' 'baritone solo by -Ralph ^Gallon,, and a clarinet splb by, jRamona Loos. A girl's se«ti?tte, Rarno 11 'Loos, Pearl Jacobson, Violet' Nelson, Marjorie Hundertmark, Jpaii .En-i ocksbn, a«d : -Barbara Loftg, -JJre-.' sented -two members, a boy's- quartet composed- .of JPayl ..W^tr nem,: Bldbri •.HUnderttiiark, Keith; Daniel, and'Ralph Jaoobsori ap-i peared, and .vocal solos .were^presented by Barbara Long, Greta. Fowler, and Ramona .Loos. ;Mrs. WU1 Weisbrod Honored At Kentton 4-H Club Meeting Fenton: The monthly ..4-K ,-rrieeting of the Fenton .Forward jclub was held at 'the Home of J^Uanita, Mae, iStraiey, -Friday afternoon. -Seven members were, llt-iirn' I'lib. Co. IHil-Ptui , Kmftk <_'.,..„..,., . . i.'ily. of Altfofia. [|..Cqlofnan 'niipcior- 'irrt. itevMiiip l*]«n Cornfort .'aul If. Ciii-tilti llo'fl Crphhti ,'ri/vvir I'tib ,'fiwith Klitif.-.Hiipply .'.. ili-K. JJoMs J pencil ... Jifrncp.l..!fjrAry. Supplies I)es Mblhf>H Drug"Co. .. Vti-K. 1). JO. DeWc-l Driifnajlc I'nl). V,r> '" yls-lH' MiiUi.al Jus. !>• 1/iK'k Corp Dntlu/i .loyi-n l/rower ... . , . ; Guests 1 syv«re. Helen and .Rose-' : mary' fuhr, Rose'Mary Cornelius, Dolores Mansager, Shirley DeWall,.; qaftJl: Blerstedt, .Delbres. Volentirie' : 'and-Mrs. ,F. F. Mueller,' Miss Beckman, county .home -extension home economist, .gave the, lesson. Jackie Ehrhardt gave a report of the county 4^H; banquet held at the'Bu'rt high school-Mar. 28. ; . i Mrs. Will, jWeisbrod-received, a 20-year certificate of award as leader of the F^entph Forwards. A delicious -lunch was .served ;by the hostess. Buys .Home In Bode Bode: BergerDale, who recently sold his fann near tows, has purchased the Percy Holland home in Bode." .' 01-' Snlionl .District Tot ,Alprona •TmleiKend- cnt. Town.sl:lp of AlKona, County or Kofsutli. tor the. quarter cmllnjr siurch an, ini.ii.. ' -. '- f.'fjucriil I-'iiml ' r.nliinco ,froin I'rcvlouH Lotts Creek Again Plans Baseball Team Lotts Creek: At a meeting .held at the Lotts Creek store last Monday night, March 31, the 1946 baseball team was organized. Lotts Creek again will have a good team since practically all the players of last year's team .reported. Edw/:- Wichtendahl will again manage .the team. G«f Home Comfort th«t Latli a Housefime wi(h an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phon< ui today Cowa^BldgSupplyCo. Phone 275; IOWA " Flash By Mrs. A, M, Anderson Cleveland, Ohio; Remodeling al" ..yeady has started . on - the gre^t daily ne;wspapey priritJng.plpnt op •' SQQR Wb> eral Newspaper, : ,Tov*nsen4 Na> tjonal . Weejcjy ;. Algpna, fpw . Clubr Jfp.- UjHrep pledged $100 W8i4 the-kuppaft of the new print ing plant. They will ijav? narne ensoribed on. a perm plaque at the ^jitrapce of plant- . : •-. : '"•' * ' >_ o. HIIUMAMno. co..-JA CROSS;, wis. OverS.&L. Tell us Mrhat to build and a i"r ee estimate. Prompt .% Light Weight Building Block I Colowsretc 3VIatt'C»lRzi|ig Highway Bridge Construction 1 Ihsulorete and Allied^ Products, The board reserves thi? right to reject any, or all bids on '• '-'' : --'''-' • '' CJqbs JfeteJ, May 17,18rJ9. D, g,; is. ppenjng ft with • -;• • . ' " -'.'-;'-.: ~-i'>, U^-." ""''V'.'--Vlv^i~]^rV/^>V'?^ William A.. I fi<»f,».A*«tW'-'-."^ 1 - -'•-••'**••"• r r -•*r^;»^-'V.rvV« . . ings \dJrectly-ito the : people. •Quarter v $12,-108 ; 0!) Dnrlnff'Tltls VVuiTiintf! ilmtwn -During Tills .yjiuHnr- ........... 2!t, 170. 17 Itulnime hi pt:d c)f-.Tii(« Qimilci- ................ 12,711.70 -'imil . Acme UhbmlpQl Ci> ......... ,$ Artvuncc! 1'iiD. Cn ........... v-t. it. AiMM-H ...... ....... J). Allim ................ Alffnna KlQvlrlc Co ......... AJBona .l.lhrdivar.p .......... Alfc'ur:a Itiv Ci-Mim Fncinry.. \li4ptin. .H AlKA'nn I'nOfli- Den MoinoH... Alms A'thlelir: Ri|Uli)l ....... 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K; f)i. .Tnlm, SWi'efftfi'f'olv lltft nhpve named School DlHti;lcl,'<lW"y,: I'Ornhy coi-tlfy thnl Hils :j-i3jirtW:*> 1 ttdil 2 (fl n true and ftnl:j'4cg- if of tlje protieBTllfifSfi v^tfiSi , l» Clnnnclnl mhtlfli'ft of "ftws of said DIstHcl fof the March 30, lOlfi. :, ST. rinnrr lor niid sworn lo IxsfofB mbf.f this fi.fifty ot Atii-ll, A. n. Ifl4«. 'i' (KKAli) 'FIjOTtA I. Senior Go,metly-Dj;n,nva H. Si Auditorium 8:00 I'Mff. Adults 50c (12c and 8c tax) Students H5c (29c and 6c tax) lliokets on Kes«?r-ve,|it'llig!h :>Sclioo,l Tuesday and ^W'edneisday ,S:jlo > 18:00 1-:00^ 4:80 Layers of Unless the brake fluid you-add mixes thoroughly withihe old you aren't improving ;the . condition of the system—bwt actually Aggravating; a potentially dangerous state of affairs. j ^ Brake Cylinder ' '•' • .'• '* •', *t'' -' • oXi-^dd. tPuritan Brake'Muid : you ; get one Brake Cylinder Chart : aboye shows how brake fluid that does not mix with old stays in layers. By.adding PURITAN BRAKE FMWp*ydu njajfee swe of a •homogeneous mixture—because Puritan mixes with all' brake fluids—original ov ^replacement typ,es, iHere's- a-hr>akei£lujid th^t was developed to : dd a superior job by .itself und'-jto mix with every other type. ,.,- ' You can serviqe every hydraulic itirake system with Puritan Brake Fluid, Standardize qn the pije type that .wp^ks w^lVyiri.^ all others. Regular grade for oroUn^y sersyicei 'Sttps^i heavy duty service; Insist on Puritaji^wftke Fluid when Brake Fluid. - . -. - ' •" : : ./Xi ! :-l^^vvi.>v ^•'.^

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