The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1946 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 7, 1946
Page 11
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Third Finger, Left Hand U .fiei-yfiur-riMf—yeiiit-diamond—b* one lhat .nil Ins^h-e' a'dreSmylight in her eyes, Let it b» one of Sharp's sciiifiilating, flawless diamonds, majestically mounted in precious gold ,. sellings, hand-wrought 16 eliminate binding or PrcAking. And Jhe ease of selecfittg a diamond at Sharp's is a feature you will ehj&y^Hsr&iyou seo a latge number of lovely diamond rings in • ««eh'p*ic0'ram^r E>nd-"we will go all the way M see thai YOU are satisfied in the most im. potfant purchase one can makuj. FWF-1 PV Ift WE L I\ 7 ; Complete Watch and Jewelry Repair Department DOUBLE SHOWEfelN FENTON HONORING 2 WIDDEL BRIDES Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel of. Fenton and Mh' and Mrs. Diianc Widdel of Armstrong were entertanied at a double shower at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Carrie Haase, Mrs,, Gai Haase, Mr. pnd Mrs, Cllfforc Haase and. Karen, Mr. and Mrs George Dale and Miss : Billie Mitchell, all of Algona; Dr. and Mrs, Edward Widdel of St Jdmes, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs, Bill Krause and Bryant of' West Bend; Mrs. Herman Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Walt- Widdel, Mr. and Mrs. Mcrwin- Widdel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Weisibrod, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Welsbrod, Mr? and Mrs, Donald Gross and Mr. and Mrs, Harry Haase, The Widdels received many lovely gifts, Guests of Hev, ^Pruel— Mr, and Mrs. Fred 'Gustaison of Spencer spent Sunday and Monday in Penton. They were dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. F. C. P.reul Sunday, and overnight guests 3? the Geo. Goetsch home. Undergoes Operation Mrs. F. C. Preul underwent an operation at the clinic at Iowa ,City Tuesday. reported'to be getting, along fine. • Seneca. Has Appendix Out Mrs. John Bailey underwent an appendectomv Thursday morning at the tfstherville hos- P'tal. . tfeftBH AT, (IOWA Fairville Aid Meet* • ! '">'•'' , The Fairville-Ladies Aid met nv the .church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. hildreth Pettifc and Mi*. Edw. Priebe as hoSteStesf Mrs. E. K. Johnson Had- charge of the entertainment with Mrs, Efnest Votte'.er winning the prize. Guests were Mrs. Herman*. Haack, Mrs, Bill Fisher, Mrs. Frank Humphrey, Mrs. Ivan Cashing,, Mfst Mervin Priebp, Mrs. Lloyd Berkland. t *nh>rt' Lutheran' Aid The 1 . Fenton Lutheran Ladles Aid met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs; Wm. Jentz- -and Mrs. .George Jcntz as hostesses. Mr. and M?s. H! W. Schulte Were business callers in Des Moines, Monday. Mr. and Mrs, George Jorgen- sort spent Stmday at the home of : Mn. and Mrg, Bill Warkins at Dolliver; Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Newel and Beth Ann and Mrs. Tena Newel spent SUnday at the Frank Weisbrod home near Cylinder. Mr: and M«. Frans Swanson and Jimmy and Jane of Emmetsburg were supper guests at the Karl Nielsen-home'Sunday, Mrs. Violet Watson of Colvllle Wash,, has been visiting the pasi week with her niece and family Mr; and Mrs, Floyd Duncan. Mrs, A. H, Krause and Kenneth and Mrs: Fred Boyken and boys spent Sunday and Monday in Waterloo with Fred Boyken, Mrs. Neoma Thompson attended a miscellaneous shower held for Mrs. Wm. Marlow, the Scottish bride, at Lone Rock, Monday.. , -v Mr/ and Mrs. Harold Elmers, Mrs, .Wm. Brady and Hoivard Krause- were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Fred Jentz home; ' •'• •" •• Mr. and Mrs. ; Ray Stoeber atiS Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reed df\Al- ?on a /,- w dinner guests at the Bill Hpf home near Lu VerHe. i Training Uftder G, I. Setup and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Walte and 7 Jerry, and Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland and family. You Can Still Buy A Farm At Prices That Can Be I^aid From The Earnings Of The Farm. The following chart makes a comparison with price* that followed the last WORLD WAR with Present prices; f 10 "A,—Pasture, near Algona. -^$3200,00. " ~" ' ' ' l "' 11 * i " " '' •*—l-'-p, Jtfnvf' mwinii!,..^ ' * \ Vt ™ Uays perfectly/,' No i, The best, $|65,QQ*'' Offered For Sale A,"-Good buildings, r soil, $175, ' i 100 , jtqck fsrw. $100, buildings. Good- K|rs,-,,"Tneoi.;" Christensen' mrs. H. C. Ghrlsterisen-and Mi-s. : Ar- -nold Lund of Rinagted were iguests of Mrs. Ray Theesfield'on ,;Monday afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. S. E, Straley and family. spent Sunday at Lu Verne at the G. E. Brace home. ; Mrs. Straley and Mh Brace, who .are twins, celebrated their birthdays together. J Dale Goetsch stopped at the ; Geo, Gi Goetsch home Sunday ;en route to report to his .navy ^station on the west coast. He has been on leave. He is a grandson ,of- : the. Goetschs. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lovejoy .and'Mary Lou and-Patty of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager and Dolores and Gene were Sunday dinner guests at the John Light home. ,' -', Mr. and Mrs. John Light!''a^companied -by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. .Weisbrod. attended the funeral services for ' Mr. Al Stahle at the Presbyterian church at Bu'rt. Tuesday afternoon. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schwartz of Ames spent from Friday after- 'noon until Sunday visiting,at..the iJj A. Schwartz home and with iMrt Schwartz's parents. Editor and Mrs Sperbeck at'Swea City; Mi% and Mrs. Wilfred S-topbev and Janice went to Swea City Sunday to eet Mrs. Hannah Anderson, mother of Mrs. Stoober; Who will spend the next - tvv.o weeks visiting; at their home here. Dr. and Mrs, E. W. Ruske en-, tertainedi John Flink, Charlene Klhik;' Genevieve Cressy, Conrad Simpson' off Austin, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berkland and fdmilyrand'Mrs. Emma Ruske at dinner Sunday evening. Su'hday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen were Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson of Beloit, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Peterson and family and Mervin Peterson of Mason City, Mr., and Mrs. J. M. Jensen and-J;'Hi-Jensen ard son Ted of Seneca. •:•: Mr. and' Mrs. Ben Kluss and daughter, Lou Ann,'came from FIRST G, I APPRENTICE training in Swea City io start is that of a Marine veteran, Maurice Kollasch, aW»ve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Av M. Kollasch. Me is em* ployed by the Swea City Booker plant. Maurice served; in the Marines six years, enlisting in 1939. .Richmond,- Calif., Wednesday to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mjjs. Fred Kluss in Fenton and With: other relatives and friends here and in Armstrong. Mr. Kluss has been employed in Richmond ship yards for the past foiir-years. The family may decide to make their permanent horne at Armstrong. HONORS 20 VETS liivcrmore:, , Francis Mullen, prominent .Fort. Dodge attorney, was the principal speaker on a "Welcome Home" program sponsored by Jasper Lodge No. 424 A..F. & A. M. in .their hall at Livermore Monday night. The purpose of the program was to Welcome back to this community all returning veterans of World War II. About 20 veterans responded to the invitation and five-different lodges were represented. 'They included Livermore, Fort Dodge, Des Moines> Wall Lake and Kanawha. The following program was presented, with Herbert Raney acting as master of ceremonies: Presentation of the flag — Dick Shultz S. D. Welcpme—Don, Clark, W. M, Response—Vernon Hohenberger. Piano, solo—JCeith Baessler, a wounded veteran just back from the Southwest Pacific. Intro'duction of Veterans — Van Hiserodt, adjutant of the local Legion post/, • Tribute to veterans still' in' service and:,those-,killed in action, Russell-; Hughes, a navy yeter r T -frn^/and'.- commander of "the" 16.. .cal Legion post. Before-the main address of the evening, Merit Neal of Bode re- latedf some of his experiences as a prisoner of war. He spent 20 months, irf -a . -German prison camp.. After the address by Mr Mullen- a lujnch was served. Lt. Votteler Home; Guest At Fenton Fenton: A family gathering was held Thursday" evening at the Ernest Votteler home in honor of : their son Lt; Robert Votteler, who is leaving Saturday for his new assignment at Fitzsimmons hospital at' Denver, Col,, Guests were • Mrs. Robert Votteler Si"., Mr. and Mrs, Frank Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. George Siems and Shirley,. Mr, anB Mrs. Wm. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantleman and family, Arnold Hantleman'j Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantleman Whittemore Sailor Going Td Pacific U During, "Off Mdurs" Pearl Harbor, T. H: —Eugene E, Vaudt, Y. 3-e, Whittemore, Iowa, is a student at the Navy Pacific University here during ofi-duty hours: NavPacU, which opened Jan. 3, has a curriculum of; more than 100- high school, college and technical courses and a service enrollment of more than 3,000. •The faculty is composed of NaVy and Marine personnel and civilians. Classes meet for two hours a day, five- days fi week, Courses are completed in four weeks •then examinations are administered by the U. S. Armed Forces Institute. OFFICE SUPPLIES — A good stock on hand; getting larger every day. Fill your- needs at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. ttmove Sfofns, odd Ntw Spirit* to DENTAL PLATES rNO BRUSHING* ^••^^•M^* • —-=- KIwnll* «ndr mewy. harm- fuf brmMn*. Ja»l' put your plate of brldic In ••flats of wm«r. add a litlle Kleeiiirte. l*rtsto! Slainn. dlscoloratloni ••a ctenlin-t odors diltlpptaf. Your teeth •parklc like new. . Auto y»«r dnirclit lodajr for. Kleenitc. KIEENITE f/je Brwsn/ess Way Get KLEENITE today at THtl- ENTE PHARMACY (successor to A. H. Borchardt) and all good druggists. H BUT FOR W AUDIENCE." I ear, 13 rt :Ugona" fihlck- Starter, fftrtiftcd wlfli ^invilae, only $4,00 per 100 pounds. ' j "Certaintj^ Chick Starter .... $4;00 llonejmead "Startlets" ..___^______' __$4i40 .Mor«iGr»ln Iiaylng Hash;/___^_____ $8*80 3J«rtodine Grain Balancer : $4;00> Ifonojmead Gro-I/ay $4,85 Fflor Oyster Shells ___, $ .85 Chick, Sled, and Hen Grit _„ :. $1,25' llygeno Utter v ,__,__ T7 , $2;00 A full line of Dr Hess Products .sojA on a money back guarantee, MVeedojuo" reftlly gefs tile i and iq the fields, Give it? a trial. On garments that are soiled . . . before stor- | ing winter woolens for the summer, let us dry clean them to spotless cleanliness _ avold moth damage! Algona Laundry and Dry Cleaning Phone , 267 I We Call • for and deliver (East Across the Street from Court House) Perk up YOUR car with a trip to your PHILLIPS Dealer! • He offers check-ups and services that every automobile needs. Let your Phillips man look at tires, battery, and lubrication, regularly! And, whenever you need gas or oil — remember your Phillips 66 Dealer can give you Phillips 66 Gasoline and Phil- lips 66 Motor Oil! Real quality products! . Your Phillips Dealer is always ready to help you — at the 'Orange and Black 66 Shield, HARMS m COMPAN Y, Dist. Harms Siiper Service Station Frank Haldeman, Operator and Manager Phone 74 State arid Jones Harris Phillips Station Albert Haag (Formerly^Klamps) | ; ' ; (Formerly Johnson's) State and Jones ' On Highway 18 Upper Des Moines Want Ads Bring Results. Ford Owners Iw Hie lawns When it ym w Ao»4 to 9 WE CARRY A FUW& 330 A—Fairly good , $J3§, Teyn&o'™ Good buildings, High , $185, * - -. t , Salt o for poultry ft Bfl Restock, Gttrd*u See««, «»tl Fertiliser, P»r»» vt v! • ^~f , t ',,!> , rT "_ V<S-V<*M™&'V' : ;^}j*&n&r •. •- - \ • k Jj*Mjt^*£br^4- -„'' ' i>'* .""JiV -j ;«w MOWS THE TIME YOUR CAR READY F.OR SPRING AND SUMMER DRIVING 4 1 * tp have your ppr inspectsul, pr pughly checked fpr seryicg by f^f wiir^vfr'^'a ^tier ttm? «bj)? pr^eg and prompt; ,,;•>?! Xfr.,3 Kent Motor r • * -t -vv v ^ T . .Sjt i-^T »!•.'.'" '^'"i^- W '""V'V.,* ••" '?•"'' • > v /--f. >n^>t ^-? ^ ^n^&&^.j.:,m-i i.v?Kr? F -' -v ,.-,--.'I,•] - - ' ;* -» -imfmfa\*.»!&&xM &"•<«* ^ m;*-^ T 'A •tiMTfc; -]*• f —• ~, i Ll V T v" V-:^f -. '-'.''^a'^^

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