The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1946 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 16, 1946
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TWO. ALdONA TOM NEW My Real Estate and Farm Loan Office Is Now Above the Iowa State Bank. C 1I? Rfi • •!• . W. Nicoulin Over Iowa State Bank Phone 524 * WIDE RANGE INDIVIDUAL FITTING * SMOOTH REPRODUCTION THE NEW MIDGET MERCURY CELL A wartime development that gives smooth even power lor better hearing . . . B tlmei the value in bearing service. for complet* Informa- • tios mall coupon today. .AUond Special Dc.moiist.ratioji ALGOXA HOTKL, ALGOXA, IOWA TJiurstlay, April 18 If unnble to attend deinonstrn- tion, write for freo booklet-and in- I'orinution. MAIOO OF T)KS MOIXES Paul Grout, arpr. (i.'K) Dos Moines lildg. Dos Moines, New Farm Equipment Spring Tooth Attachments for Farmall Cultivators; 1 type B 10" I.H.C. Feed Grinder; Double and Single Unit Milking Machines; Electric Cream Separators; Umbrellas;'! Pick-up attachment for No. 62 Combine; 1 No. 46 Plow Fertilizer Attachment; Tractor Wheel Weights; Farmall H. & M. Power Take-off Attach- •inertts; Electric Pump Jack; Knife Grinder; 3 Types Hydraulic Manure Loaders; Flare Type Wagon Boxes; Tractor Trailers; Hog Feeders; 10-38, 11-38 and 12-36 Tractor Tires, Tubes and Rims; Pneumatic Tractor Seats; Horn Hydraulic Seat Snubhers. WE HAVE ONE NEW BLOCK WITH CRANKSHAFT, PISTONS, CAMSHAFT, COMPLETE FOR INTERNATIONAL 1 V- T. TRUCK. ALSO CRANKSHAFT FOR IHC PICKUP. Used Farm Equipment 1 Regular Farmall Tractor, overhauled and painted, with 221G cultivator; 1 No. 6 McCormick-Peering Hammermill; 1 10:00x36 tractor lire; 1 9:00x36 tractor tire; Cream Separators; Double Cable Manure Loader. PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE See us fpr Pontiac auto repair work. Spring is m,P- tor tune-up time. We have the personnel and equipment to care for your car. 7 V Algona Implement Co. McCormick-Deering Farm Machinery International Trucks Phone 52 Walt and Deb Hall State and Jones LAKOTALAWES ATTENDED COUNH FEDERATED CLUB MEET AT TTTONKA Lakota: Mesdames C. A. Gutknecht, Francis Adams, J. E. Ukena, W. E. Ley and J. H. Warburton of the Lakota Acor,n club attended the County Federation meeting at Titonka last week. A business meeting was called at 11 o'clock with .the president,, Mrs. Nelson in charge. Splendid reports'of work done were given by the club presidents. It was decided to have two meetings each year instead of the one during war time. The next meet-' ing will be held October 8, 1946. Mrs. Mary Woodward, sixth district, gave a talk on work planned for the coming year and the* district meeting will toe .held in Forest City, A splendid .musical program and other entertainment was given and Mary Kain, nurse who served in Alaska and also Africa and France during : the war, gave a very interesting talk on her work and experiences while in service. Ninety-nine women registered during the day. The meeting "w;is held in the Methodist church and the W. S. C. S. served a very nice lunch- con. TabJo decorations followed the Iowa Centennial theme, with pioneer features, and favors were pen drawings of The Covered Wagon. Builds Bre-Fab Home William Baum and Paul Hertzke drove to Ames last week Wednesday, returning home Thursday. Marvin Baum is building a pre-Cabricated house and they went down .to watch the- work of putting it up. Sells Lpicola Home Ralph Clark, who has been employed in the Ford gartige for 14 years, has resigned and will leave in 30 days. He sold his home in the east part- of town to Lou Nitz of Ledyard, who will take possession at that time. Steenhards Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Sleenhard received announcement of 'the birth of a daughter to their son Leon Steenhard and wife at Spokane, Wash., on April 1. The little lady weighed 7 Ibs., 11 oz., and has been named Sandra Kay. Leon was discharged from service Jan. 31, 1946, and is now employed in a packing plant in Spokane. Jane Steenhard, who attends Tobin college at Fort Dodge, spent last weekend with the home folks. Mrs. Howard Jensen is recovering from a siege of mumps. Alfred Baum of Flint, Wis., was a visitor herp with his father, William Baum, last week. Mrs. Francis Adams entertained at a coffee party last week Wednesday afternoon honoring Mrs. C. C. Gerzema. Lakota, and her mother Mrs. M. Frcrichs, andj her sister,' Mrs. Ted Bruns of Bufalo Center. BOARD PROCEEDINGS , (!f)iinty Auditor. Ainlll^r'H Office AlKonii, Jfiwa Alnrcli 1-7, IS-ld J:00 nVlnrk 1'. M". Tlio Llminl of Sui>prvlsnrs of Kns- sulli Ciiiiiny. lovvii, me I In regular si-sslDii |)ii»-iiiinl in niljuiirnniCMiT \vltli, (lie follmviiiH' iiHMnlii'i'.s ]iri'K- i-iil: Sii|)i'i-vls»i-s .1. If. l-'rnsiii-, AV. K. Mi'liiiMiiil. \\". A. Si-lii-iim, .1. K. Qnlnii anil .M. I,. .Ii.l riMHi. \VIIIOUKAS. iiurxtiant to thi> snlil nppiilntmi-nl tln> Niu'il .W. K. McDon- ••ilil did on llii- l.'iili day of Afai'di. lll'lil, (ixfcutf anil ncknowled^ for anil (in ln>l :ilf nf KdMHiith Cour.ty, Imvji, Uic Naiil Quit (Maim Hood eon- vi-yliijf Hie .said (li'scrllicd tract to tlii' inaid .Ki'iinrtli Adt'lhoi'1 Alurlow. lnii-iiiK t'.in acres, to Kunnotli Adcl- bi-rt Alurlow. and NI"1\V TUKIiUTOIlK. 1!K IT T>R- .SDIA'Kfi liy tin- Hoard of Supervisors thai piirsnani to ihf provisions. nl' Chnpicr -Mil. f'oilu of Iowa, the said deed as oxiH'Ult'il.and acknowledged lie the same -is lieiidiy ap- Iinivil. The vole thereon I'e.snltlnK as folr lo\\-s: A.\-es: Supervisors J. H. Kraser. \\: A. Seliram. .!. !•'. ijiilnn, M. I.. .Icdinson and \V. K. McDonald. Those voting' Nay were: None. Tie foregoing- •, (iesolntion was thereupon declared >idoptcd liy the ('hail-man of the Hoard of .Supervisors of Knssntli (,'otmty, Iowa, on 1 ' this ir,th day of Alarch, 1UIU. i Million male hy .loiinson and 2nd hy I'^raser that the Hoard of Supervisors approve the foil traoturh' Homl »f .M. T. ard .lolin T. AlcOnirc,' (leading ' 'oturactors, In the penal sum of $ij0.ii!il.. r iii, Ayi's: All. Nays: None. Motioii made by Quinn and 2nd hy Seliram thai M. T. & John T. Mc- (lulre, (IradiiiK Contractors. Al^ona, Iowa, lie awarded the ^radiiiM' con- Iraet on Projects Nos. 1 to US inclusive as per terms of hid on file. Ayes: All. Nays: None. (in million Hoard ailjonrned "Sine I lie". \V. K. JIc.nONALU, C'halrmar Hoard of Supervisors. Aitest: U .1. I.MMI'lltFALI,, t.'oitnt.y AudilO-r. Mr. ahd Mrs. J. E. tJfcena attended the University of Ou-, buque Woman's choir Concert ati State Center Thursday even-ing,- Their daughter Dorothy Is a" member of the choir which was out oh tour all oi last wefek. Mesdamos Robert ftippentrojp.; and Russell Winter Were hostesses to ihe U. S. -W. A. at the- town hall last week J^eflnesday evening. An installation service for officers was held. The women are packing some boxes ' of clothes for distribution. The state' meeting will be held in Bes" Moines May 1*? and this.unit will, send delegates. Threshers At Seneca Vote To Keep Machine; Seneca: To sell or tnot to selli the company threshing machine) was "the subject of discussion at a' shareholders meeting, held at the Fred Brown home Wednesday evening. The result of a vote taken showed that the majority were in favor of keeping the machine. Attended Funeral Rites In Minnesota Seneca: Mr. .and. Mrs. C.- C. Voight, accompanied by the former's brother, Wm. Voight, of Graettinger, attended 'last funeral rites -lor the men's 'brother-in- law, Jake Hayenga of Eagle Bend, Minn., on .Saturday afternoon. They left on .Friday and returned on Sunday. Sayre Wirikie Home; 37 Months of. Service Sayre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkle, Algona, was discharged Saturday at Fort Leavenwqrth, and got home Sunday, after 37 months army service, of which 15 months were overseas. He was:last stationed at Manila, P. I. Sayre left for service March 1, 1943 from Ames, where he was in his second year at Iowa State. He plans how to resume school wor,k at beginning of the summer session. One Small Snowball. A small youngster snowballed a car in LeMars one evening recently causing -considerable damage. Andrew Staab of Bigelow, Minn., the driver of the car, was unable at see but of the windshield and applied the .brakes., Edward Braband of LieMars, was driving a gasoline .truck just back of ithe Staab car -and ran .into .it. Damage — $100, "to, the Staab .car and $40 to the gasoline truck. "Bode: Afhold taiteoft andf Clarence Olson dfove.two of the school -bufises 'ttfBrHit .Friday, -Ajsr, .8, where-Mr. Robert Forbes, mu- |ic ' suiSeryjsor;, • presented' his band, |lee-6"luK and'ttvUtedltdK^- us in the fforth Central District jfnudical tournament Reid th£te oh FfttaRF-^&fidM StttuJtlay. -jAll three efttrlea neeefcdted ,a No. li rating, which'.entitles them to erfter the stale" cofYlest. * Fans accompanying foWjes and- his musical entrants to the Nofthj Central tils'tricf itfeet ' she-Id * in] firitt FridaSr ahd Saturday, Apt.' £-G; 'were* Mr'. ana'"MfB: E."tD/ t erkland, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. char, Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Soi'- Hen, Mr. arid'Mrs. Jb'hh ^jtrdca's 1 - itle, Mrs. L'eoriat'd Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Holland., Mr. and Mrs. N«ls-Benjamin; Mrs. Albert 'Sorlein, Mrs. Harold 4 Skattg&tad, Mr. and Mts. Siver.t' Arfle, Dorothy Pefkinsj Mavis iVinge, Mojtia Tulis, Iva Nell Larson 'and Ms. Doris Johnson. The baby daughter of Mr, .and Mrs. Guy,Olson, born March 22, has been named Miriam Anne. Mrs. Kate Jacobsen artjd daughter Pearl of Qttosen, were Visitors .at :the ihoftie of .Mrs. J. .fl: Jacobson Tuesday .aftet^nbpn. - ; . Mr. and Mrs.'- June iTJndertoerg and Miss Carrie 'Gustafsoji. of Avery, Wis.',. were; Bod.e' vistors: Tuesday,-calling on relatives and friends. ' . : ; : , .Collen Pederspn, after .a .short visit at the home of her-mother,' Mrs. Elmer Pederson, .has Returned to r{er duties as credit jjian- ager in the Wichita -Wholesale Furniture Mart in Wichita, Kan. Miss Mona Larson, .after a ,tw.o weeks ;visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson, has returned to Colorado Springs, Colo., where she is office assistant in an army ,camp located there. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jensen entertained Maurice Hauge of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Gtt Horn* Comfort thai L«ttp • Hout«l!mc with «n EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOI Phon« ui lodiy - CowanBldgSupplyCo. Pftone 276 ALGONA, W 111 L! We arc again buying wool for the Commodity :Cr,cdit Corporation and the price is about the same .as last year. Medium wool 45c. JOE GREENBERG Phone 118 has „.-. is 'joined ..... wic J.VJ1 mui Ajs.ny XjQu x^6* jh ,afld,Jils.yoUftg.sen Robert dflfi tft* "tHff 'Httff|6 "tSf * hcf" ftiOtHGf, Mrs, Elrttai? Pedersoh, Lt. Seti- bpw is o.n ti|?n)lnal .leave In honor 6f SiVert 1 birthday •Sunday, April 7, Mrs. * ieff son Stanley #t«j .! L ~i J - *-^t tjLU w^»ki ,re: 'Sfihday afternoon. played, after which dainty ifresnmerjts were .gerved. MtfncTay'.evening,' Apru 8, Mr's.i Satft Thor^land, assisted "by Mrs.! J. ;|jt. E6d, 'Mr,a. A! jC. 'JRo^sIhgj .and Mj^. u JM- Ab.ens i5n.te.titt^-' ed the Sunday school teachers ffnd 'Chunch Board of Education St, Olai's Lutheran church ' supply of top 4rt*ality traits ^ $> iiiiiiriiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiii ii iiiiiiimiiiifiiiiil^^ •dmer/ca's Qua//ty Beer ••PRESCRHT m»ike hapte SJLOWIV OUR Pharma- cisl knows lhal H \'V f ^ "liable makes waste." Thai's why he'll neveri Awrf/ ? prescription. Vet hy knows the urgency of his job. That's why you can rely on US. for dependable prescriptions . . '. dispensed as quickly as accuracy will allow. k Yoiir .'Keguleied PliaHitpcist Ohnesorge Drug Phone 318 5 E. State ty., Alfona You Need an • i ' ,' •' ! ',..'• -V Heat Pad, , W • • i i Electric Iron, Toaster, Clock, , Coffee Maker, or Room Heater and S#e These Values ELECmiC .COFFEE MAKER SETS S9.95 •"• •' !! '.' .4. .1 ELECTRIC VJ3RATQRS S4.95 ELpECTRIC HEAT PADS I AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC IRONS $4,95 DOOR CHIMES W tp ALL TYPES OF $3-95 up FLASHLIGHTS 70c to SIJ8 ELECTRIC TRAVEL. IRONS. S6.20 ELECTRIC ROOM JftEATERS ELECTRIC - PANS . ELECTMC S4.39 Many j>f i(h*SjB are suitable f«r welcpme, tt . mt'i* 8 One* Yw Small Appliance •* * / .' *-* ^ - } v f , ;^^v;*? v»,

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