The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1946 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO, Seen Baetieiot's REVLON'S new color for lips and fingertips D. Howdy, Friends & Neighbors Howdy! \; i We have a full line of Cargill Feeds. If you haven't been in, come in and compare our prices. We also stock Carey salt, Pilot Brand oyster shell, block salt, charcoal, etc. Also Dr. Jesperson's Poultry Health Aids. D-X PRODUCTS FITCH FEED STORE Phone 460 Block South Milwaukee Depot A business that cannot sta^id;Cp'mpe'tftioh is not worthy of customers. New Farm Equipment / 4 New Trailers with timken hearings and New Tires. Spring tooth attachments for Farmall cultivator. Type B 10" IHC Feed Grinder. Double and Single Unit Milking Machines. Electric , Cream Separators. MARVESTIR Umbrellas. Pick-up attachment for No. 62 DEALER C°Tnhi ne - No. 46 Plow Fertilizer Attachment. Tractor Wheel Weights. Farmall H & M Power Take-off Attachments. 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 Snubbers. Tractor Hitches for Horse Drawn Corn Planters. Farm-Oyl Lubricants and Greases. SPECIAL We Have One New Block With Crankshaft, Pistons, Camshaft, Complete for ^International 1 % T. Truck. Also Crankshaft for IHC Pickup. Used Farm Equipment 1 10:00x36 Tractor Tire ..... 1 9:00x36 Tractor Tire. iCream Separators. John Deere 3-14 Plow. John Deere Portable Elevator. BINDER We have just received a small quantity of McCormick-Deering Standard Twine. PQNTJAC SALES ANlP ,SERWC.E .See us for Pontiac auto repair wofk. We have the personnel and equipment to care for your car. Algona Implement Co. McCormick.Deering Ftftfm Machinery ••• / }n|ernational Trucks 3 ..... " Walt and Deb Hall State and Jones ALGONA ttfPEtt BBS MOttt&S, AL06NA IOWA, Burt Class A nniversary FIDELIS GROUP HAS FINE RECORD OF CilRCHSERViCE • ' ' !• Burt: Fidelis, Siindny school class celebrated the tenth anniversary of its organization with a fiai'ty in the Melhodisi church parlors Wednesday evening, at which husbands of the members and ' former members were guests. The evening' was spent in games, which were in charge of Mrs. G. M. McMullen and Mrs. W. B. Officer. ' At the cl6S(i 'fit trie' evening the president o'f the class, Mrs. Fred •Ha'begef, read a short account of the organization of the class. Mrs. C. B. Ohipman was the first class president. Mrs. "Habeger also presented the dhurch, in behalf of the class, with an order for a lamp for the piano given as' a memorial for Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, who was teacher of the "class at the time of its organization. G. H. McMullon, chairman of the board of trustees, accepted the gift and expressed the tha'nks o'f the church for it. A letter ,was read :tram 'Mj-s. •£.-. E. Roetman, Wediapolis, "in' whose home the first meotfng of the 'class waS'Kelfl'."'•""*•' •••••• • Since its organization the class has sponsored many projects for the church, among them the purchase of a carpet for the platform, the installation of a toilet, (helped decorate the-church,, purchased a gas Stove for the cMirch kitchen, purchased. flags, for the church, a light fort the -altar, etc. Convalescent Home Opens The Wes San Convalescent Home, which was recently opened by Miss Lurena Wesfel and Mrs. Luolla Sanders, is now 1 eacly to receive patients. Thev will accept aged, post-surgical, and maternity cases. The Home has a ten-bed capacity. Anyone desiring to inspect the Home may do so between the hours of 2 and 4 and 7 and 8 p. m. The Home is located in Miss Wesscl's home on Main street, which has been remodeled and redecorated all over. Relurns to California Supt. and Mrs. W. B. Officer look their son Charles to Ames Monday -light, where he took the train for California, after spending a few days' leave with his parents. He is in the navy. ed his discharge at Camp McCoy.* Mr. and Mrs. J. H. , Schroeder. have a new granddaughter Carol' Sue, born April 23 at Tacorna,. Wash., to Mr. add Mi's./ Llotfd Charles Lappe and, "hew theSr home, the wessani •Priest. Mrs. btfby returned to Wednesday from Convalescent Home, Where thei baloy was born. Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee accdfrt'pah-' ied Her daughter Mrs-.i • Hayjm.ond. Biersledt and Mrs. Calvih Householder and daughter, Lone Rock, to Mason City Wednesday. Mrs. Jessie Mitchell returned last Monday from Chica-gp.WheVe she had spent about IW6 WiOtt'ths at the home of a son. She is now at the home tff her daughter, Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom. Ruth Hodgson, Ertia B«ftrs,- Mrs. W. J. Lockwood ana daugh- •ter Shirley and Stella Rachu't -attended the state music contest at Sac City Thui'sday. Shirley played her flute solo. Mi^s JSaars nnd the girls stayed over to take part in the con'tes't on Friday and Saturday. Edward Paine arrived home last Monday for a • cOUjble of weeks visit with his parents, 'Mn nnd Mrs. E. E. Paine. He 'recently received his discharge • -from the army at Camp finale, .Calif. He will go to Omaha, . he was formerly employed after his visit here. Kossuth Lodge Not 54J) A. F. & A. M. observed past .Wasters' ni-ght " Hawcott the third degree members were present.f??Kossuth lodge has been- very '''active of late. Since the first of the' year seven have been given the third degree, nine the second, and several others are to be taken in M. observed past .Wasters Thursday evening. '"Wallace ott and D. W/,AEddy took third degree. 'Abcfrit 30 Fortnightly Club The -Fortnightly club and the e^PjJpject group met Friday aft'ernffifflP with Mrs. W. B. Officer. Miss Pcckham was present and gave a demonstration on Table Setting and Flower Arrange- I monts. I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson were Mason City visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan of Bufalo Center were calling on Burt friends Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill spent Easter Sunday with Mrs. Kate Trainer at Kanawha. Richard Steward, Beverly Larson, and Lewis Rcith were at home sick with measles last week. Mrs. Lottie Isenbereer, Lakota, visited from Wednesday to Friday at the Herman Neitxcl home. The T. N. T met at R. C. Dremmel's Friday evening to help Mrs. Drcmmel celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Long and daughter, Titonka, spent last week Sunday at the G. O. McFarland -home' J. P. Trunkhill went to Sac City last Wednesday to spend a few days at the home of his .daughter, Mrs. J. T. Heaney. Verle Harlan arrived home Wednesday after spending about 15 months in Europe. He receiv- he used to pay $15 for a permanent — Marian Evans a/Milwaukee ow she gives herself a T/fftZ. wave at home 1> o r in n n c n t, t! t v o yourself a Toni! , 4KCMR C«h0 K. D. James FRIGIDAIRE Refrigerators Electric Ranges Maytag Washers —HOT WATER HEATEBS— ELECTRIC—While they last. FUEL OIL WATER HEATERS—Automatic DAIRY TYPE—10 gal,, all white, thermostatically controlled, electric, 110. RADIOS 7 Tube Console . 6 Tuhe Mantle 6 Tube Combination Radio and Record Players A FEW ELECTRIC FLOOR LAMPS ELECTRIC FANS—8-10-12 inch Crilly Appliances Phone 399 State and Harlan Mr. and Mrs, IS&mund Larson Spent a week agto Friday at Mason City. Their nephew, "Wil- liani -Lin-son Jr.,, accompanied them , n*n£ visited until Sunday, at We hoftie o'f Ms gi-al4fl- mobher, Mr^l Pet^a LarSftrt, wheti Tiis wife aria neV parents, Mr. and Mrs. ft. A. Rriifflb'holsS, cafne oVflt . H'fter hifn. ' Ttte Franz Edrrttrtid^lbarsohs, attd dolph Larson, 'also had Easter Sunday dinner at the Mrs. Pejra Larson and Harvey Larson home. Bid* A newcailfdr 'bids for grading and graveling of county roads has been set for May 16, county officials saidt Saturday. Bids had orjginally been called for to be opened last Wednesday, but circumstances developed which caused the supervisors to decidtd to c$rtj for new bids. Conservation'; Meeting The Algona •unit of the Kossuth Conservation, League will hold its organization meeting, Thursday, May 2, starting /at 8 p. m., in the courtroom of the count house. A good attendance is urged. U.S.W. AT WESLEY TAKE14MEMBERS Wesley: fourteen lake's utter inducted into the tJftitM 'Service' W&fnelU's ofga-ftteatiofi ift a Ctffl- dleUgKt ceremony rft the nfefn- bersfhlp party, Tfiutsflay evenltfg, held In the Mefltodist choffch. ..., They are Thelma . Oppedahl, Mildred Johnson, Tracy Hutchi r son, and the Mesdames E. M. ,01* son, Clare Robinson, Oscar Johh-, : son, Lucille -Kfrpatrick, : Lau->, ;rence Smith, Carl Johnson, Don feaus, Louis Simpson, Tony Sei- iler, John Smith, and Charles. .Froelidh. Mrs. Robinson re'ceiv- •ed 'the 'free membership. ; The -newly-elected officers; 'were installed by Mildred .'Fox,' past president; Mrs. L. L. Pfet-. fer, president; Mrs. Esther S'kow,; vice president; Mrs. Therdrt ftan-' sen, financial secretary; Mrs. Tom McMahon, secretary; Mrs.: Urban Neuroth, treasurer; Mis. Ruth Sparks, chaplain; Beatrice Hildman, keeper 6'f records; Mrs,; Paul Erdma'n, historian; Mrs. J6e. Goetz, sergean't at a'ntis. ; Mrs. Pfefter •a'nrtbvlnccd that at the next meeting Thursday dven- e bartk baSemeftt brought, tdffl, had charge .of •the? propm A ''girls' quartette^ Teresa Lofena, Ruth Haupttnari, Irene -Kanlg and Berolee •tfohfl« son saflf vSeVefljl .tfftisical .j gelSfi* ,ti6hs. Miss Bdrothy -Sehauefs. •played several •pi&tto so1&s. Mi's, >pfttt8rson .of ftfM, Ist jpf tfre ,'tovefefl -ftefh seYved to the, 76 ladles. * >, Jimmy Smith ^eettWctnfct*Ti . Moines,-0 No. J36d«e ; St. ...- _••& •--'' - " I V «*1 ( \ « 4 4 4 4 4 4 « 4 4 4 t W« ^re again Allying wool {qr the Cotortioility Corp'Otarioit tfnd fhe price <i« about the same as last ye«f." Medium wool 45c. PhcttiellS Biggest Shoe Event In 5 Years! •MMMMMfLH^^^^^MHMHWMMWW^MMMMMMMMMiM^^^^H^^M^VHBMMMiiH^^^^^^^^^^M Pairs Famous "Peters" fa- MEM, WOMEN, BOYS & GIRLS WOMEN'S Sport Oxfords From Infants tip to sige 9 ^OB« for Ufc fMtnfly Ttw»s a " shoes. We cgn fit out theiaraily, inime, NEW for Spring and Summer!

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