The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1946 · Page 8
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PAGE TWO$1,000 $1,000 EVEftGftEENS Last November we went to one of the largest wholesale evergreen nurseries in the U. S. A. (Lake's nursery in Shenan- cloah) and selected, in the ground, $1000 worth of landscape evergreens. We had them dug: and baled with burlap with from 50 to 75 pounds of dirt on the roots, and delivered by trucks to Orton't Fruit Farm where they \\rere planted and well watered tvithht 36 hours from the lime they were duff. Thny can now toe seen at the Ortoh farm, : M mile straight south bf the court house. Select your trees. Don't buy trees you have never seen. We can save you money as we nought thoin at 1945 prices. Orton Fruit Farm Phone 7-F11 Algona TIRES You Get* the Famous Firestone Ground Grip Tread • •, The only Tread that takes a WE WILL EQUIP YOUR TRACTOR WITH PERFECT RETREAD ED TIRES WE WILL LOAN YOU TIRES WHILE WE RETREAD YOURS Immediate Service . . . Come In Today HUXTABLE Firestone Store -New lances -- Maytag Washers—and Ironers , Frigidaire Refrigerators and Electric Ranges 7-Tube Console Radios 6-Tube Mantle Radios Combination Radio-Record Players Dairy Equipment •- 10 Gal. Smith Way All White Water Heater. Iowa All Electric Gearless Separators. Chore Boy and Clean Easy Milkers $195 up All Steel Garden Plows with Attachments Flash Lights, 2 and 3 cells Single and Double Unit Hot Plates with 3 speeds Crilly Appliances Phone 399 State and Harlan MRS.KOPPENOF LAKOTA HOSTESS Lakota: Mrs. Ovville Koppen entertained the Methodist W. S. C. S. at her home east of town last week Wednesday afternoon. The committee reported $98.50 cleared from the Community club banquet honoring the basketball team on April 4. Mrs, Edward Hagge had charge of devotions dnd Mrs. Otto Koppeft read an article, :My Daughter, McAlee 1 , Written by a missionary, Louise A. Slenstorf. The next meeting Will be with MrS. A. T. Buckels May 18. Senior "Skip Day" The 17 seniors and their seniot- sponsor, Supt. Cook, chose last week Tuesday as "Skip Day" and went fishing to Iowa and Tuttle lakes, picknicking, and then attended a shbw at Fairmont in the evening. Week-End Guests Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reed of Lyle, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Noble Ovcrfield, East Chain, Minn., wore weekend guests at the Milton Price home, Sunday, April 7. They came to help Mr-, and Mrs. Price celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary. At Confirmation Service Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman, Mrs. Mussman's mother Mrs. F. C. Keister and little granddaughter Rozanne Keister drove to Ma- scn City last week Sunday to attend confirmation service in the Lutheran church and a granddaughter of Mrs. Keister was one of the class. Basketball Team In Tokyo Oci'ftld W. EimfeVs, soh «)• l«tr, 4Wd Mrs. Entil fifmett of Burt, who has been in service t freft* &M ft Sill. l»A,thS ttls- tlnctifln flf being ft tatthber nf 'a service bHiilStBSfi teaH that (c'peiUly \Vrtn the OTkyos'drlf'Ic^cbmMiandchftteplonsiUp. . . Private feltftefl U flllacftell to the ltdhor titmrd cdmpany In fokyo, and Is SO ySarS ofdL ( He went ftVe*ieai"tt yeir h*6 lost MftrcH. Me Is a graduate of Burt hlft «fc!Wo«; '• ^ The championship team hnk Its WclttW! flufcltslM recently Ih the Tokyo servlci papel', tellliif of M ieiilfri ind of seven games lit w*Wl It ^'undefeated. A Nylon f tor y Witli Ripley Twist Concerns 2 Ladies Mrs. John Fursl and Mrs. Ed Telkamp were callers at Cleat- Lake last week Thursday. Mrs. Peter Bruel, who underwent an operation at the Buffalo Center hospital last week Saturday, was brought home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Real Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Fox of Forest City were callers at the Lauren Thompson home last v/eek Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blome, Ledyard, and Mr. and Mrs. John Dorenbush, Elmore, Minn., were last week Sunday visitors at the J. H. Furst home. Mrs. Paul Kollasch drove to Blue Earth last week Wednesday to meet Paul's cousin Evelyn Kollasch of Minnesota, who came by bus for a visit. The senior class play will be presented at the school auditor- uim Friday, May 3. The play, a farce comedy in three acts, is directed by Vivian Strand. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley drove to Algona last week, where Mr. Ley looked after 'business matters and Mrs. Ley attended the county Red Cross meeting. • Thursday visitors Tit The~Francis Adams home were Mrs. Adams' sister-in-law, Mrs. Eilt Jager. and son Dale of St. Paul. Dale was recently discharged from service. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones spent Sunday evening at Blue Earth. Mr. Jones is employed in Mankato and Mrs. Jones teaches in the school here. Mrs. Wilbur Wirtjes and son Lloyd and her mother Mrs. Albert Johnson, returned last week Wednesday night from a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Patton at Brooklyn, la. Mrs. Bertus Jansen spent last week visiting her daughter and City: Here's aiiolHer nylon, sttff.V, \Vlth A believe li or not hvlst! Seems that a Certain North Mivi stdre (wllieb for.Bbvlous reasons prefers to remain anbl^ffi&uS), is acieptlHe fegfttra- tiotis for future deliveries of nylons. iteading the list Is MftS. LltTtE, who \vttnts sl*e 8 14, short leg lehgth. ...... Next in tine is MRS. LONG, who wants tize 1014. le* 'length Portland: Men of this vicinity have decided that xthnleasant tyork goes faster with neighborly cooperation, L-ftsT THufgaay, , tea's ftafrflS 6harte<,of the raldure er at the 'Marry Christiansen place, *nd Fern .firbne, Albert Baas, Franz Teeter, Ted Rings- drof, and Wilbur Stewart t6pk trabtdrs' fthd waftvird \spVetfBwS,. and pYesto-^-ift ho tihie at -nil thfe barnyard was spic and span. i The groufr are making, the tbuwds of artns In this vicinity, tiding iikewisd; arid instead 6f the task becoming one that men evade until the Iflsi minute, it is over -in no tltne at all-^find ari> ether vietaryfoito^eratlori. St, Bdhfedifet ' Mr. atfd Mrs. OsWfild fhilges, LuVerne.'Bre parents 6f a daugtt- te(' <50Pn at the K6ssiitn Mbspital ApYil 2. She has been honied Maureen Ahh. They have one other girl, fitendd. Baptismal rights Werb llbld . Suh'ddy . fit St. Benedict with Fathci Neppel officiating. SpohSois were Mr. and -Mi's. Walter Mescher bf Bancroft. w -r ing, in a e6llisk>ri bmweeti* maeHtfie and one driven byv red fiormann, at the corned bf Moore . and -McGregor St. Mabody, was'htt.Jilti'fdugh Mrs. who> wis dflvlfig, was shaken' Up! Banquet, 30th 'JVlfeontt V,!&, W.,,P,osl",|s »iah«in| l bftri^uet for Tuesaafc ApMrSO.'at Whtcli veleftifts' ot the Spanlsh^Amefican war will be special guests ot honoh V.FW metntfeP|'' i are ta hieet at thb -hall at B p 1 ! m. Ycnhs : , Hfitlberg cdftiteleted 41 bxisin'ess activity at the stdfe, Friday 6f last week. • IJe' obsei'VM the anniversary in the usual working. !• lit ttavy ,; Adams," son of Mr., and Mrs.Hfe'rb.i Adams a! Algona, has le-enlJSted in the U. S. navy, as ot last Friday, tie is ah atfiatiort mgdyanie, dttd sfer^efd 18 fhohths on his fhst enlistment. your doctor's order* ttf,~tni ^< letter.' WWeniv^ y&lj AS*-; a prescription filte<|» dcpfena •' , on'.our Pliaf"mft6i§V .. fih US Ohnefcorfce Drug i'hbtte 318 6 E, Stale St., Aifoni family, the Stofer Grays, .Eagle Grove. She came to Algpnn Saturday and spent'Easter'with another daughter, Mrs. •" Hannah Bowman. . •",>,. John Wortfnan was fgu_est of honor at ''dinner with Mr.' and Mrs. C. A. Giltknecht; last'I week- Sunday. Other guests : > "were John's parents, Mr.' and'Mrs: -I. E. Wortman, Mr. and Mrs.'^Ernest Wortman, and Mr. and MrS. J/E. Ukena. --'^f Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Ciirlson, Swea City, were hosts to a,fam-, ily dinner on last week Tuesday, evening and Dr. and Mrs. K. L. Williams entertained '' in#iJohn'$ honor on .Wednesdriy veyfening: John re-enlisted in the army and left Thursday for Fort' 1 Snelling.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank • Meyer, Milton, Wis., and their daughter Ruth ahd two little daughters from Moline, 111., were visitors with the Arlie Meyers last ,week. They also visited at ; the Roland Smith home. Arlie'Meyer is a son of the Frank Meyers, and 1 Ruth is his sister. ' ' 14 Itt A* Bode Class r Sunday Bode: Members of ^the'^bnfir- mation class c6nfirme,d '-in the 1 Lutheran chui'ch,. Sunidayi r.welre" Robert Hans' on ; ,- Robert: j-.Olsorif Dennis Qpheiny Stapl!?y..XOlsonj Donald 'Johhsb'ji," .Jew^j Virgil Chrlstiapsbh;-": 5fi lein, Alice Olson, Be'tty;: Laila Bratland, /Rtith Wilma Rossing ' Sor- elandi NIGEtOtS SHOERiMtR We will fix them for small cost. Our New Location: Behind Kent Motors Put Your FUR COAT in Storage Warm weather, moths, dust . . . all can do damafec to your furs. Don't take chances with' the fur coat you want for next winter —especially when the cost for complete, up-to-date f reezing- stoi-ag'e Is so low. Callus! ','"'•• • , OUR SPIECIAL IN'StBAJCE \Vo\iffur coat is COlVliPLEi'tLX INSUhED the nibmeilt oui; 'driver picks it up and puts it. In his iruCk-^ytiu ' get ,'cdhiplete. insiu-ance protection. 1 • •. 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