The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1946 · Page 12
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PAGE SIX. ALGONA UPPKR DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. ) * s 1 -* *" i r 1 *. » i> * i» ' 4 S? ? * ' l i> l ^ / *« I * v * « '^**- TL y ^' * u J5 r| i f '**) ** J i" 1 * " * • - . , • ?:,* - , x >: ,' ,-H 5*V * v -,- - J ,;.-^-' \ >fe«n^y'i4i.*»f*i,tM -AJj OTO* FARM WIRING APPLIANCE REPAIRING WIRING OF ALL KINDS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING A v^-olsOw^- ^^^^1^^ ALGOIIA titanic PMOnE 20-206 WEST STATE ST. ©000 JOB HERE'S a real opportunity for the young man who wants a good job with a future. An Army job is a steady job offering good pay, the highest security, every opportunity for promotion and a chance to see the world. You get valuable training in technical skills, good food, clothing, quarters and medical care free. If you go overseas, you get 20% extra pay. You can retire at half pay after 20 years or retire at three- quarters pay after 30 years. And you get a 30-day vacation at full pay every year! Many other advantages not offered elsewhere. If you are 18 to 34 and physically fit (or 17 with parents'consent), you can enlist now and qualify for one of these fine jobs in the peacetime Regular Army. You owe it to yourself to get all the facts NOW! Apply at U. S. ARMY RECRUITING STATIOM Spencer, Iowa In Algona, Iowa, at the Postoffice Each Monday Morning Phone 520-W For Prompt Service On BOTTLED GAS 20 Years Experience — No Red Tape — Just Call Us For Absolutely Dependable Delivery. Bfusirom's Furnifsuire Co. Established 1925 Algona, Iowa 'ATYOURSfRVKt BUT I CAN SERVE YOU BETTER IF YOU'LL TREAT ME TO HIGH-OCTANE GASOLINE Skelly High-Octane Gasoline, ....... that's dw thing that puts life and pep in the old bu*. Makes it go like a scared rabbit. Stop today — try a taukfuL You'll always be thankful! Moe's Skelly Service West State Algouu, Wesley Students* Home Fo* Easter RETURN FROM ALL COMPASS POINTS ON BRIEF VACATION Wesley: Students who spent the Easter weekend here with home folks inlcuded Rosalie Al- nc of St. Olafs, Northfield, Minn., Katherine Schrauth of L S. T. C., Cedar Falls; Marjorie Lickteig, Alice and Patty Ritsch- meier, of Good Council Academy at Mankato, Minn.; Billy Koppen, Drake university, Des Moines; Mary Adine Kunz, of the National School in Chicago; Merle Loebig, Tom Sherman, Laura Ann Miller and Gayle Studer, Hamilton Business College, Mason City; Loren Lease, Waldorf college, Forest City; Ethel Flom, of I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls. Attend a Baptism Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schrauth, Katherine Schrauth, who attends Iowa State Teachers college at Cedir Falls, and Mrs. Hugh Lickteig went to Ames on Sunday, the 14th, to attend the baptism of the 'ba'by daughter born to Mr and Mrs. David Williams on April 1. She was named Nancy Ellen. Mrs. Williams the former Lillian this is their first child. Has Appendix Out Jack Robinson of Corwith submitted to an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital in Algona the fore part of last week. Mrs. Robinson is Donadelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman. Margaret Flom, who teaches nt Fort Dodge, came Tuesday evening to spend the Easter vacation at her parental H. H. Flom Sr. home. Mrs. L. L. Lease was ill over the weekend with a strep throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lincoln of Iowa City spent from Wednesday till Sunday at her parental Ihno Gcrdes home. She is the former Sylvia Ann Gerdes and both are students at the Iowa university. Dr. Leon Smith and family of Fort Dodge spent the Easter weekend here with relatives. Mrs. Smith is the former Esther Klcinpoter, daughter of Albert Klcinpcter. Their oldest son | Activities In Four Corners Community Mrs. Joe Ramus called at the •hospital Friday to see Mrs. Don Ramus, who recently had ah operation. * •Mrs. Russell Walker .assisted her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney in moving to Algona Monday, April 15. Mr. and Mrs, John Sabin had as Sunday dinner guests April 14 Mr. : md Mrs. Will Dray ton and Mrs. Nettie Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lowman went to Fort Dodge Friday.where Mr. Lowman had art 1 operation on one of his N eyes. They returned home the same day. . : Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Withani went to Forest City Wednesday to a ditch demonstration. After the demonstration they went to Pilot Knob. Mrs. Henry Muller, Mrs. James Butler, Mrs. Everett Witham and Florence Kollasch went to Burt Thursday to attend the 4-H training school. There was a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Burt Hotel. Visitors at the Everett Witham home recently were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham and the latter's , mother, Mrs. Jessie Royce, Mrs. ? j Herbert Schmeling and son Dennis of Cottage Grove, Ore., and June Sabin. Mr. and' Mrs. Russel Walker and children were April 14 dinner guests at Mrs. Walker's parents, the Hugh Raneys. Other guests were Mrs. Sherwood Potter and daughter Donna Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Raney and son BIRTHDAY PARTY HONORS FOR LADY, 7MTIMRNE Lu Verne: A birthday party honoring the 73rd birthday of Mrs. Anna Wednesday Sankey was evening at held her and Mr. and -Mrs. Howard Raney. Wayne is attending college Ann Arbor, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kunz and two children, Diane 3 years, and Sharon, 20 months, arc now living in Mason City, where they purchased a home. He is a sales- representative of ten counties in the vicinitv of Mason City for the C. I. T. Credit Corporation, Des Moines. Chuck Kraus, Wesley, Home From Service Wesley:. Chuck Kraus arrived home last week with his discharge following three and a half years of service. He had been in the European theater of war over a year in an engineering outfit. Before leaving over there he had completed a science course in a school in Switzerland and lived with a noted professor of law. New Son For Ed Weigs Of Weesley Wesley: A baby hoy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weig at the General Hospital in Algona Wednesday, April 17. They now have a family of four boys and one girl. Mrs. Weig's sister Ul- ricc Drummer of Haverhill is caring for the household duties. Has Tonsil Operation Wesley: Roger, 4 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flom, submitted to a tonsil operation in the Mercy hospital in Mason City Monday of last week. H.J. RICE FUNERAL SERVICES APRIL 16 Lone Rock: Funeral services for Harrison J. Rice, who died as the result of a heart attack, Apr. 13, were held Tuesday, Apr. 16, at. the Merrill Funeral Home, with burial at Dows, Iowa, in the family lot. Mr. Rice was manager of the Lone Rock Telephone company unlil four years ago when he resigned lo move lo his farm near town, where death occurred. The deceased is survived by all his widow and three sisters, Mrs. ' Elnora Welch, Dows: Mrs. Sam . Ford, Fort Dodge; and Mrs. Pearl { Mac, of Burbank, Calif. Other relatives present at the services were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Valley :of Woden, Mr. and Mrs. Ellwyn Valley and Mrs. Hazel Baum- fiartner of Clear Lake, Mrs. Ivan Shiley of Oskaloosa, and Maxinc Welch of Des Moines. ! r Pallbearers -were Art Priebe, Jack Quinn, A. A. Krueger, Harlan Blanchard, Wm. Flaig and Alex Radig, all of Lone Rock. Mr. Rice was born at Dows, and grew to manhood there. He attended the Dows school and later enrolled in Ihe Abbott Technical Institute of Peoria, 111., where he completed a course in telephone ronstruction and maintenance. Ho later became man- «aer of exchanges in Spencer, Hampton and Wall Lake. He was married to Lua Hoxie of Hampton, and they located at Mobridge, S. D.,' where he held the position of district manager for the Dakota Central Telephone company for eight years, resigning to accent a position as switchboard inspector at Fort Dodge. Finding this work confining, he moved to Swea City and farmed for a number of years. In 1930 he moved to Lone Rock, which was his home until the time of his death. Jack Strcit Home Jack Streit, Lt. (jg) in the navy construction corjas, is here on a leave, temporarily, before reporting; in to the separation conter for his release from service. home. Those attending the party were Mr. and Mrs. Charted Sorensen of Corwlth, Mr; and Mrs. Art Riley, Mr. and Mrs. James Doak, Mr. and Mrs. Otto' Ramus and daughters Norma and Janice, and Mr. and Mrs. Ramus and Sherl Lynn, all of LuVerne. ' Mrs. Robert Bigtnga recently began Working in the drug store. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin ttot of Humboldt visited relatives here Thursday evening. ; Mrs. Cecil Baker, Mrs. Arnold Hjelle and Mrs. Joe Thorn wer6 Fort Dodge shoppers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Diekman, of Wesley, were visitors Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Art Riley. Ervin Barton and his son Earl went to Rochester, Minn., recently, where they are going through the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Ralph Davidson returned recently from Newton, ill, where she had attended the funeral of her brother-in-law. Paul Will has arrived home and has received his honorable discharge from the army. Paul is the' son of Mrs. Theresa Will. Mrs. John Bockes,. accompanied bv Mrs. Nettie Carlson, went to Gibson City, 111., to' attend funeral services for a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wolf arc at Leland taking care of the Lawrence Thompson farm. Mr. Thompson is ill with blood poisoning. Mrs. Ed Hof spent Thursday in Mason City visiting her husband, who is a patient in the Mercy hospital there suffering from a broken leg. Miss Rubye Godfrey spent Thursday in Mason City visiting her mother Mrs. Olla Godfrey; who is a patient in the Mercy hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jergcn- son and two sons of Algona visited Thursday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagist, Mrs'. Prank Chapman, and Mrs. Joe Lichty were in Fort Dodge Thursday, where Mrs. Hagist received a medical check-up. Relatives here have received. announcement of the marriage of Harold Larimer, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Larimer to Miss Gaen dough of Des Moines. Laura Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Christcnsen of Fort Dodge spent the Easter holidays visiting at the home of her grandmother Mrs. Anna Hanselman. Miss Sclma Behnkendorf came home recently from Bode to visit I ' *• f at the hohle bl He? mother 'Mrs, Emille BdhhkfeftdoTPf, fiitet beift g employed In 'Bddetf of 'Quite some time,. " t Norma Jean Hanselmnrt, who is attending* bUSirtess college 'in UPSET STOMACHS YIELD INCHES OF_ GAS AND BLOAT I was bitter throot after "t was so full of gas afraid I'd burst. Sour, substance rose up in my from my upset stomach meals.. I got SYS-TONE, and l! worked inches of gas and blont from me. Waistline is way down now. Meals are a pleasure. -•raise Sys-Tone to the sky." — This is an actual testimonial from a man living right here in Algona, SYS-TONE is the new formula containing medicinal juices from 12 Great Herbs; these herbs cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering — Get Sys< Tone. Lusby & Giossi Drug Store. Need A Windbreak? Fruit Trees Enough? Home Need Landscaping? Phone or Write Elmore Nursery YOU CAN PLANT NURSERY STOCK JUST AS SOON AS YOU CAN WORK THE GROUND Drop a Postal Card or Phone Us Yow Needs Now! Telephones 30 and 157 Elmore Nursery ELMORE, MINNESOTA Forest City) spent the Easter* va Cation at the home of her parents, Mi. and Mrs. Charles Hatl- selmsn. James Doak has received ,a new 1946 Chevrolet truck frorri the Klassi garage in Renwick. i This is the first 1&46 truck to be : received, in the LliVertte eorti- Mr. arid Mrs. Lawrence Oberhelman, accompanied by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gus Reddel,' were in Bloomington, til,, attending the fufieral of Mr. Reddel's brother. v ' S.-Sgt, Irvin Chapman of Buckley Fieldj Denver, Colo., ahd Mrs, Chapman of Des M6lri6s spent the, Easier holidays visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Frank .Chapman. Lt. and Mrs. John Peters returned recently to Bainbridge, Maryland, after spending several days visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dehnert. Mrs. Peters, the former-Doris Dehnert, who is in the W,omen's Marine Corps, will receive her discharge, upon her return to Maryland. Miss Stephanie Cowling, music instructor in the public school, spent the Easter holidays at thci home of her parents in SioUx City. Miss.Gertora Roland, ,7th and 8th grade teacher, visited over the weekend-at the home of her parents'ih Dakota' City, Miss Joy Burdick visited her parents ! - "'" ' Miss Betty parents at in Lake Mills ajid Conner visited her No Restrictions On FURNACES Some Modtls Available Now Will B* OjwA 0nly F This is necessary due to inability to obtain sufficient supply of top quality meats and sea foods. , IIIIJlillllllM HIIIIIQIIIIIIfljIjIllll^lll I CONCRETE MASONRY FOR FARM CONSTRUCTION THAT r * *'^ / » i n * * « » 4 < < 1 M«n» funllia will bt , enjoyln nt won Colonia won l Out niv pre-wM.quilltjr*Green < Furn«M thty'v^ been waltlni for. HAVE YOU PLACED YOUR ORDER? 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