The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1946 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 14, 1946
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PAGE TWO. ..ALGONA UPPER WANTED: Ladies to cook for Prairie Gold Council Slimmer Camp. First cook, second cook, and kitchen helper. Camp located on Spirit Lake. For particulars write Lyniaii Osain, Boy Scouts of America, Fort Dodge, Iowa. ' 19-21 YOUR SUPPORT FOR W. A. (Bill) Barry Candidate in the Democratic Primary Election for Kossuth WILL BE APPRECIATED — Resident of Kossuth County for 46 Years. — Practical Business Experience and Dealing With the Public for 37 Years. — A Kossuth Taxpayer for 37 Years. EFFICIENCY— ECONOMY— AND ABOVE ALL COURTESY 24-POSNT €M££C»UP for your ALL"! u#JaiKKtoi:j.iiV^ 0 Your best insurance against lost time during harvest rush is our 24- POINT INSPECTION and Ali-Crop Han-cstc/repair service. Often we can detect worn parts in advance — save you a breakdown in the field. Our Mechanics Are Trained in AE!-Crop Harvester Schools Conducted by the Allis-Chalmers Factory They thoroughly check every vital part of your All-Crop Harvester. We can give your machine a complete rebuilding service if needed. All replacement parts are made in the same factory and to the same specifications as the original. Rigbt now is the best time to have ir done. Schedule your All-Crop Harvester with us soon for "a complete 24-POINT INSPECTION and repair service, flLLIS-CHflLMERS SALES & Listen to the National Farm and Home Hour— Every Saturday, NBC Phone 714 r os. Algona, Iowa Hot Water Heaters Electric Hot Water Heaters For Immediate Delivery Automatic Oil Heaters 15 and 10 Gal. Water Heaters Plug in Electric Type—No Installation Water Softeners STOKERMATIC STOKERS 20 to 35 Ibs. per hour Will Fit Any Coal Furnace We Install Them Immediate Delivery Console and Mantle Types Combination Radio and Record Players • Commercial and Household ELECTRIC FANS Floor and standard models, 12 and 14 inch. Commercial moves 1(5,070 cu. ft. per hour. Average household size moves 1690 cu. ft. hour. , Also Other Fans—8, 10, 12 inch $4.80 to $20,49 Floor Lamps with marble base Lots of small appliances too numerous to mention. Crilly Appliances PJwne 399 State and Harlan RANCH THEME AT BURT BANQUET FOR JUNIORS & SENIORS Burt: The annual Junior-Senior banquet was held Wednesday evening, the Junior mother? serving the meal, in the school gymnasium. A western ranch theme was used in .the decorations, menu and program. At intervals around the table miniature ranch scenes were placed, with old-fashioned kerosene lamps, which were used for light. Tile place cards and nut cups were in keeping with the ranch theme. A chuck wagon had been placed next to the kitchen, from which a group of Freshmen boys and girls, dressed as cowboys, served the meal. The pro'gram. which was entitled "Around the Campfire " was as follows: "Howdy, Strangers," iby Doris Salisbury; "Get Along, Little Doggies," by James Fredrickson; "Buried Bones," by Dale Lockwood: "Corral Croonin." by the sexUUe: "Pardner to Pard- ne:\" by Maxine Dickmeyer; "Wood Choppin," (xylophone muisc) l.iv A rift Cherland; "Star Gaxin," by Lcugenia Ricdel; and "Last Hound-Up," by Supt. W. B. Officer. The menu was served by the .following freshmen: Marlene Dremmel, Joyce Kycrson. Marilyn Trunkhill. Darlene and Don- ••ild Eimers, Junioi- Rachut, Buford Kickbush, and Gary Schenck. .Daughter si Madsen's— Mr. and Mrs. William Madscn ;irc narcnls of a daughter, born Wednesday evening at the \V(-s San Convalescent Home. This •makes the seventh child for the Madsens. At Silver Wedding Mi-, and Mrs. George P. Ha\v- 'C-ott and son Wallace and Mrs. Bertha Wallace attended the silver wodclirm annivernsiy of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wallace at Ma- .son City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace were married in Burl, and Mr. and Mrs. H.uvcott were their attendants. Mr. Wallace is Mrs. Hawcoll's brother. U. S. W. A. Meets May 21 The U. S. W. A. will meet the afternoon of May 21 at the home of Mrs C. E. Si«sbcc. This will the regular monthly business meelin". Tenth Birthday In honor of Bruce ITnlrlinps 10th birthday Jimmy and Jerry McMullen and Larry Hineklcy were supper Guests Friday evening at the Clifford Holding home. Rent. ;u H.ome.:irii Burt Thfr'.'Pfiiil^GMsons have; rc/r.ted Mrs. F. O. Slew's hnuso, recently vacated by the Bernard Loepere. The Olsons had planned to build this summer, but have nov; decided to wait until more; and bol- ter materials are available. The Auxiliary sowing meelinr; was held Friday aflernoon with Mrs. J. C. Geesman. Mrs. Howard Schaper and son .Kenneth, Britt. spent Tuesday evening at the R. J. Nealy home. Dr. R. H. Thompson attended a dental convention in Dos Moines last Tuesday and Wedncs- dav. Billie BoeUchfT, Ames student, spent the weekend with his; pnr- enls, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boet teller. At the American Lecjion Auxiliary meeti'i" last week Tuesday evening several new member's were initiated in a candle-light service. Henry Wiese was taken seriously ill earlv last week and was •taken to the Kossuth hospital for ti'eatmenl. He was a little better at last reports. William Voigt is now driving the truck on the cream route for the dreamery. He t60ks$he/pl of Richard -Potter, who* is noV working at tho Nealy 'Hatchery Mr. and Mrs. Raymottd Blef6n, Libby, Mont., arrived *Thursda:y- for a week's visit with Mr. Bleich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R A. Bleich, and his sister Mrs Odey Cherland. Ed Sanderson arrived Thursday for a few days Visit with •Burt relatives. He camb to Eagle •Grove from Seattle, Wash..where ho is now living with his son Norman, who came to get his family. The Rev. and Mrs. Ferdinand Keith and membei;^ ; ,.of .the (Friendly Birthday club spent Friday at tho Rev. L. Richmann homo at Ormsby, Minn., helping Mrs. Richmann celebrate her •birthday. In honor of Milton McBride's 20th birthday his mother, -Mrs. Konnflh Cook, entertained the .following at dinner Sunday, May 5: Mr. ;md Mrs. R. A. Bartlett, Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, and Doris Phillips, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Miller came up from Ames Thursday evening to spend the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson. Mrs. Miller arid daughter Vickie will stay until after commencement. Dr. and Mrs. Clair Clapsaddle, St. Gencvicvc, Mo., yigjite><i:from, Tuesday to Saturday -atii'the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. Both doctors and their wives visited the W. F. Gildners at Mason City, and Dr. Dean Claps'Sflyie'^and family at Clear Lake-Thursday. • Mrs. Curtis Holding and son Jim and Mrs. June Kaniess and daughter Susannc, Milwaukee, Wis., visited from. w Maivdfly to Saturday at the home r c]H'Mrs. Holdings sister, Mrs!' W.raU Cha,fee, and with other, Bur|ii rela- •tivos. Jim Holding, \vho - 1rf'ln the navy, is having a 30-clay leave. The Holdings formerly lived in Eurt. Receives Hawaiian Lei Eor Mother's Day i Mrs. E. W. Lusby has received :i lei from her daughter Marguerite Dalziel as a Mothers Day iift. Miss Dalziel was located at Oahu, Hawaii, and had been with the U. S. O. The lei is^inade of white carnations with pink edges and woven so closely one cannot determine what it is that holds the flowers together. It was sent by air-express to San .Francisco' and reached Algona in perfect condition. It is yerj^ftjagrant,. with a decided cinnamo < n" l odor. :: Miss Dalxiel has sent word she left Hawaii by fast navy boat on" May 3 and will arrive in>(3an Diego the eighth. She expects to return to Algona soon. in i ii arentT-a »$ 3 j..f Mr. and Mrs. William fleSom- ma and small son Dexter after an extended visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bergum left for New York City,Monday morning. FOUR NEW HOMES IN CONSTRUCTION ATUVEftMORE Livermore: 'Llvermore Is expen* fencing one or the biggest building and improvement progfajfcjj seefi here in a number of yg&tt. Pour new houses are -now under con struetion, ond house- Has been moved, and plans arfe now under way lo rrtdve.anothen Besides several buildings .are beifrg remodeled and improved. The house on the 1 old E. W. Clark farm south of town is nearly com pleted «nd ready for occupancy. This house is to replace the one which burned-down last January 1 . The place is owned by Dr. Roj Schwenderman of Fort Dodge and has been .farmed the last threfe years, by Elmer Peltz who moved tint just the day before the houss burned down. House on Milter Farm. The house on Ihe Martin Miller farm cast of town is now Undef construction. This is being built by Mr. Miller to provide a living place for himself and Wife after they decided .to discontinue farm- ins and rent their farm. Cecil Hewitt has the; contract for this iob and has ia'crew working now. Cecil Hewitt, a discharged veteran,* has started construction on Ms house in town. It is being built ;on tHejjlabjhe bought a half block north' bn<lKre Presbyterian church. It is to be a 24 by 24 one story Ktructuixi.fMr. Hewitt a carpenter by trade is doing the work himself. '•• GujnnWMiBer has started work on tbe:ihouse-he is building in the northwest part of town. Mr. Trauger owns several lots in this section of town. The new houso ,is a story and a half structure 24 ,'by 32Jfeet. Tjfiie work is being done ; by A] Lenerts and his crew. This housmis beiag built : as speculation bv Ntr. Trauger who has a soldier's preference permit to build. As soon as this house is completed Mr. Trauger plans to remodel 1he house already on the property. The major 'improvement will be to tear down the upper half and re- roof. As soon .as material is available 'he plans to build another house on his property. Dick Shultz. local drayman, is nreparing to move the house he bought last winter. This is known as the old Sanderson house and. was built in the woods on the west edge of town more than fifty years p»o. It was built by Nelson Sanderson who operated a furniture and unrWtnklna business here. S2.50Q Methodist Job. Meanwhile Perrv Schrieber has fomnloled moving his house which he cfltijY^rted from a fillinf station jn thHaihtiH!t> ar t °f town. He moved it to the northwest part of town. Amone-the many improvements notf-d nrnund town is that on the Methodist rhurch. Thp st"enle has been tnrn down and the bell low,Tb» Ftefi'tileJs r beerl nl'av&l'fr&W the fr6ht t6 tfi* rear <»1 tRS mrfWing. The offlfi* and ptote de$n»i?aent has been pand«tf Mto the Space vacated B» the repair department. This offltffe and! tiftfts deiJartfrient now occtt* pleS the entire ItoM Hi Ihe build* ing. LAKOTA Mr. and Mrs. P. CJ. Kr«li visited at the R. E, Worley home ift Masort City last week Sunday. Mesdames J. E. Smith and Herman Jutting were Blue Earth and Faifmdnt, Mifiri.,, visitors last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Ludeman of Aptingtdrt, la., were visitors with (he- Rev, dtid Mrs. E. H. Bushman, Thursday. Allen Smith', who has", been seriously* ill at his home- here for three weeks with sinus infection, is recovering and able, to be up most of the time. Last week Sunday visitors at the Will Baum home were: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin sBaum and Mr, and Mrs. Peter Gaiinis of Ames; Mrs. G. C. Persig, Elmbre; Dr. E. Pirsig, Kiester, Minn.; Mr. and daughter Kay and Patty attended the- Sport show at'Minneapo- lis a week ago. IF you want traction... here's your tire! DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, May 17 Guy De Leo Tuesday, May 21 "Ole" Olsen Goodtibh bitei into ttrt toil, grips without slipping, artdl gives you pdshi^ff «{f-eleaning. That's because of the Sif- verfbwn's extra-high cleats, heavy shoulders, and open-center design. x See your farm neighbors' SilvertownS in actton~-*see how well these tires work. Then come in for <y<ww Silvettowns — tires tliat give you what you want nlost in a tractor tire . . , traction. O. K. Rubber Welders Lester DeBolt l.'hone 308 118 N. Thorington B.FGoodrich TIRES Ftee. . the n roo'fAvilI l be reshin-' "Resides this 'the Methodists pip" ovten.=ive rnmodeling. Charles Chambers has cnmnle'pd remodeling the interior nf hir, John Deere store. The machinery and repair department has FARM WIRING APPLIANCE REPAIRING WIRING OF ALL KINDS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING f«u*ss£&^ tlfCTRIC 2 0-20$ WEST STATE ST. Rids Your Lawn of Ugly Weeds! Amazing New Weed Killer Made by Sherwin-Williams Kjjls Lawn •Veedis^n One A replicationi XVitftiut C ' -, 1; f . Harming Common Lawn Grasses Weed- No - More MAGIC WEED KILLER No More Backbreaking Digging! Just Spray We ads Away with Weed-No-More GET YOUR SUPPLY TODAY! SPILLESHA RD WARE JPhone41 WESTERN BUYERS ALCONA LIVESTOCK CATTLE — SADDLE HORSES SHEEP - HOGS

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