The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1946 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 21, 1946
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PAGE SIX. 6 CARS MATERIAL ARRIVE FOR R.E.A. PLANT, GALBRAITH Irvingtoh: Six carloads of materials have arrived nt Galbraith consisting cfhiefly of sand and cement for the new R. E, A. electric building. Considerable progress has already been made. Henry Hahle is visiting his son Jack at Rockford, la. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schepp- mann Sr. are visiting with friends and relatives in Mirtne- sota. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parsons are visiting their granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kollasch at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. George Noone are living in the apartment over the Frankl store. Mr. Noone has been engaged at tiling. Among homes in the community that arc having modern conveniences installed are those of Mr. and Mrs. Armor Lemkoe and Mrs. Marie Frankl. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maasdam and family spent Sunday at Plover with Mr. and Mrs. William Krause, Mr. Krause being Mrs. Maasdam's brother. Mrs. Wm. Gronbach has not been feeling quite up to par lately and has written for a reservation to return to the Veterans' hospital at Des Moines. Miss Mary Anderson, local teacher, will close the Irvington scjiopl this Wednesday with a picnic on the Irvington school grounds. Carl Brown is school director. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alec McLean were Mr.i. McLean's brother, Mr. Wm. McCluskey oC Brooklyn, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Orvel Robertson of Santa Fe. N. M. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Davis are the parents of a baby girl born the past week. The young Miss has been named Janet Lorraine. Although this is the fourth child for the Davis family it is the first girl. John fiilcy is visiting his son Douglas and family at Algona after spending the winter with his two daughters at Waterloo. Miss Phyllis Robison is visiting her father Vernon Robison at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee have received an interesting letter from their son James, who is still in the Merchant Marines and sailing on the ship "Hailicn." He left British Columbia April 1 with a cargo of lumber for China. Lewis Gram, local painter, has recently completed painting buildings for the Alec McLeans, the local elevator house, the home of Mrs. Marie Frank, buildings on the Herman Becker farm on the Ridge road and work at the Clarence Mawdsley farm. On May 5 Miss Camilla Frankl was graduated from nurses training at the Mercy hospital in DCS Moines and has since passed her state examinations. Those local folks attending the ceremony were Miss Margaret Mulligan, Mrs. Marie Frankl, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frankl and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf of Hurt. The Irvington I's 4-H girls' club entertained their mothers at a nartv last Friday evening at the Crcsco Community hall which followed the thought of Mothers Dny throughout the pro-' gram. Donna Chamberlain, club president, presided. The next regular meeting will be held with Mrs. Albert Harms on June 17. This will be an all-day meeting with the girls' mothers as guests. St. Joe 4-H Club Lay* Plant For Rally Day At Burt St. Joe: The Riverdale Rustlers 4-H club met Saturday, May 18. nt the home of Gloria Steele with Dartene Kohlhaas as assisting hostess. Miss Lillian Peckham, county home economist, was a guest. Plans were made for -rally day at Burt on June 7. Betty Jane Bormann was chosen as candidate for county office. Plaster Patching, a home furnishing talk, was given by T.helma Bormann, Gloria Steele gave a talk on Backgrounds and Wall Finishes. Wanda and Gloria Steele each gave a picture study. The next meeting will be held Monday, May 27, at the leader's home, Mrs. J. M. Patterson, to complete plans for .rally day. Will Thilges is a patient at the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital. T-5 John Capesius relumed Monday night to Camp Grant 111., after spending a 3-day pass with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius, relatives and friends. •Banns of marriage were publish- rd in St. Joseph's church by Rev Geo. Theobold .for Viola Thilges '.slighter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thilges. and Raymond Krieps. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wagner, Mr •ind Mrs. Alfred Reding. Mr. anc Mrs. Fred Ills. Mr. and Mrs. Pctci Kayser and Mr. .and Mrs. Clarence 'sramcr attended the funeral oi Mno-year-nld Jo Ann Kayser at Vaseca, Minn. Scarlet Fever Case (Portland: Raymond Mender* Scheldt Is very ill with scarlet fever. .ALGONA UPPfcft DES M01NES, ALGONA IOWA Go-Getters 4-H Wesley: the Wesley Go-Get- ,ters 4*M club held its meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Studer, Tuesday evening, Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES ents* commission Allowed, ti Minimum charge 35c for 12 advertising agents charge words or less. When paid with their clients 4c and send cash order, 3c per word; when with order they receive Ic charged, 4c per word. No ag-commtsslon. Blind Ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: Coltonwood lumber •Frank J. Stebritz, 412 No. Min- icsota, Algona. 20° Released By Navy Lt. (jg) Alex J. Nielsen, 614 No. Minnesota St., Algona, was separated from the naval service, May 10, at Great Lakes, a press release from the Navy at that station reports. A. M.CURRAN DIES- RITES TUESDAY Archie M. Curran died Saturday, May 18, at the home of hi? daughter Mrs. Chas. Clement. He had been seriously ill since Easter. Mr. Curran was born at Hampton, 111., June 24, 1364, and came with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Curran to Kossuth county in 18(55. After a short stay in Algona the familv homcstcaded in Sherman township. On October 27, 1837, Mr. Curran was married to Sarah Jane Heath in the Congregational church by Father Taylor. They became parents of six children as follows: Mrs. C. M. White-hill. Algona: Mrs. J. L. Cloment. HH linger, N. D.: Harry Daniel, deceased: Mrs. Chas. Clement, Algona; Melvin, Tacoma, Wash., and Mrs. Ray Guy, Renwirk. The Currans moved to Minnesota in 1926 and lived there until Mrs. Curran's death in 1940. Since then Mr. Curran has lived with his children. Besides his children, Mr. Cui- ran is survived by two brothers and two sisters: A. F. Curran of Algona. J. P. Curran of Cheyenne, Wyo.; Henrietta Northrup of Mason City and Carolyn Curran of LuVcrnc. There are 24 grandchildren and 22 great- grandchildren. Mr. Curran was a loving husband and father, a generous friend and neighbor and a devout Christian. Funeral services will be held in the Presbyterian church at Trvingt'.n Tui-sday, May 21, tit ">:3n. with the Rev. Gilbert J. Kuyper officiating. Six grandsons will h-_. pallbearer.-., ;ind the body will bo laid to res: in Irvington cemetery beside his wife. Bode Fire Chief Bode: At a meeting of the Bode fire department Monday night Alvin Bakken was elected fire chief. Andrew Leo, assistant fire chief, and Floyd Torgerson, secretary and treasurer. HIGHEST PRICES paid for late model used cars. Free information on OPA ceiling. Hoenk Motors. 2C FOR SALE: IHC 10-20 tractor. 2-14 Emerson plow. Van A. Hanson, 1 mi. west, Vj mi. north LuVerne, 17wl920' J FOR SALE: Two piece moveable cupboard. S. P. Weber, Whilte- more, Iowa, 20-21" JUST RECEIVED a carload of good pianos, % size, all reconditioned. Priced to sell. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa. 20\v20< FOR SALE: Small acreage in Algona. House, chicken house, block of ground. Immediate possession. Paul M, Seeley, Algona Iowa 18w20* FOR SALE: John Deere tractor B cultivator. Allen Darby, Lu- Vcrne, phone 2511. 12w20* home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply.Co., phone 275, Algona. 20*3"8tf FOR SALE: Big dars of deep, medium dent kernels—that's Furik's' "G"—95% germination — consistently good, year after year. Phone Cecil Bjustrom, Whiltemore, or Quentin Bjustrom, Algona. 26W17-20 . 10*20 ,M* i ft. J6hh Deere disc; 260 ., rnwUe. B; D.v Kekestel; north % east bl Septan. FOR SALE: fiWclt ind s -.white, '«nam«l *«n«e, like new, peWect baker, price feasonabie. Shone 3501, Wesley. Albert Ldcktefg. , ' . I8w20* FDR SALE: 5x6 ft. a tank, phone 719-W, Algona.' i- " l'OW20* FOR SALE: kitchen tfart^d in •good condition, new .gifctes pia'rto, radio,-cupboard,* plete bod. Call at 302 N. -Bteck- fohl, AOgona. ing. Votifr MaflFcfaftef Sfcyflder Jr Wdia dSaierY V1ODAL RADlCv& Btasemic, iie% w. Mom dt phone 91. 24wl9'20* For Rent FOR ftBNT; Pasture'fttf 12 head of cattle. Hugh Williams, west of Butt. . 20* <FOft RfiNt: 60 acres of pasture. Kyle Keith, Burt. 20* Miscellaneous FOR SALE: Two new 6^60x16 tires. Frank Vera. Phoned 98(4»J ...»•;' <.••'.,. '20* FOR SALE: Two-whfeel, pick-up carls at RAESLY LUMBER CO phone 234. FOR SALE: 1934 Chevrolet coach good running order. OPA ceiling. R. M. Eggerling, Fenton Iowa. 14w20' FOR SALE: Jayhawk tractor stacker, on rubber, one year old Tractor buckrake, 'good shape, can '3e made to fit -any tractor. 12 foot Roderick Lean weeder, new. f inch M-D burr mill, practically lew. LINDE IMPLEMENT CO., 3WEA CITY. 37 w2 p VETERANS: Service station and bulk plant for lease with dealers franchise in Algona, Iowa. Investment required. Contact L. L. Coryell & Son, Lincoln, Nebraska. 22w20-2i FOR SALE: General Purpose John Deere tractor, good working condition. Phone 18-F3, Algona. 13w20' : ' rOR SALE: 1934 master Chevrolet, 4-door sedan, below ceiling i-W5. good condition. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. 17w20 A.NOTHER SHIPMENT of .paint just received. Some kinds and colors arc still very scarce. RAESLY LUMBER CO. Phone 234. 19w20 FOR SALE: Partly modern 8-room 'duplex. 1105 E. State, phone 830-LJ. 12-20* FOR SALE: New Speed Queen gas washing machine just .arrived. Fii-ft $99 takes it. James-way & Hudson stanchions in stock. Nealy Buys Burt Theatre Burt: William Perry of Waterloo has bought the Burt Theatre building and equipment from i George Gerhard. It is understood that Mr. Perry's son will come here and operate the theatre soon.' It has been closed for some time. FOR' SAJLE: Finest brdck>up to date home of the year, seven rooms, beautifully decora'ted,'- oil heat, electric Water 'heater. .'Sherman Fenney's home at 8 E> Oak St. $11,500.' See Joel'M.'Hcrbst, Roal Esl-ate and Ins. '•'•'•'20 > Wanted WANTED: Assistant manager' at Scars & Roebuck. Apply; at the .store. WANTED: Good large trailer house. Phone .798,-or 587- W.-.. 20* WANTED: Rear attachment .for John, Deere tractor cultlva'tQr. Henry ,«Blsenbarth, 'LuVerne. Iowa. __^ _ 12W20* WANT TO RENT: Farm of^ about 320 .acres far 11947. Full-lihe'of go'a'd;rnachinery.-Referencest i: yirfiil MllIcrvTjU'onka,. or call TitohKa 84. '' '" WANTfiD: Cultivator for B John Deere.-'"Pay cash or trade,-gobc ear cor,n. -1 % .:miles south., fair grounds/ Kenneth McCoy. '1S>W20 WANTED .TO BUY: Model; ''•• T Ford. Fred . Zoller, Bancroft . 10\v20 WANTED: Girl for general housework. Steady work: Good vages. Phone 480. 715 E. Call, Al- Tona. ' . 20 WANTED: Radio and motor repair work. General appliance repair- Always.. , - - • R .&.>.-.i^V. 1 "'. eeps DIAMOND RINGS 'For this unforgettable moment in hci' life-.. J. and yours . . .there's no symbol more truly worthy than a genuine registered .•. KeepsakA, Diamond Ring;. Ttie Keepsake'Ofer-; tificatft of Registration'aiTd 6uar- antce Is ypUJVassurance/-<>f. high' standards : -of color, art and clarity. As Authorized Keepsajtc Jewelers, we will be glad to render Expert and trustworthy counsel In the selection of a ring. Come In'and let us show you our fine collection of the newest Keepsakes. WORK IT NEVER DID BEFORE SPRAYING SCOlflD SPRAYING MANY OTHIK fAKM TASKS EQU/PMENf AUTO-POWER PowerAir* ii a compact, portable air tool de»:ga*d eiytfial'.-f lot ranch. It coimecti directly to you. ga«line iractoi. Irudt or "'•*"" attachmenu or alteration* neceuary. Has no coft.y compressor, y p. •ample air to .pray paint 700 fa., it. an hou: wiM «f« «•»»">• " U any material . . . paint. whilewa»h. awnleeiann. lnj *-" c ' a ". " weed k.ll«.. etc. Clean, dirt. ,r.a« and acvuxuloiid,. Iron: machinery. Inflate, lire.. Operate, pressure grea.e gun (arm IET US SHOW YOU THIS REMARKABLE OUTFIT FuI/>* guatanittd out;. I ready (o oiff-nbj* and u»*. i low ai 76 95 BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Keepsake ESSEX Engagement Ring 75.00 Wedding Ring 2?75 Keepsake PASADENA Engagement Ring 100.00 Wedding Ring 50.00 Ke.ptati CUSTIS Engagement Ring 100.00 • Also $200 and 300 Wedding Ring «. 10.00 Keepsake ASTORIA Engagement Ring 150.00 Wedding Ring 50.00 Keepsoka HYANNIS Engagement Ring 175.00 Wedding Ring 62.50 Keepialc. IOWEU Engagement Ring 300.00 Alia $350.00 Wedding Ring 100.00 Keepsake FENWICK Engagement Ring 200.00 Wedding Ring 60M Keepsake LEWES Engagement Ring 225.00 Wedding Riag 7.50 HUDSON Bngoement Ring 225.00 THUENTE 1 PHARMACY Prescriptions' A Specialty (Formerly Borchardt 1 ?) AUTMORIZK!) MAYTAG AND rMGIOAIRE DEALEU water heatefs and .water softeners. 10% Discount on all Chore Boy, Clean Easy and Perfection Pipeline mtlldng ftiachlnes purchased between now and May 31. Stokermatlc Stokers. 25 Ib. pail 'all jJUTpose 'Fun Soap, $5.'?5. Floor Lamps, Soft Bialls, Sportseats, Electric. Part?, Mantle Radios. CftltLY APPLIANCES Phone 390 State and Hadan WATCH REPAIRING. Prompt and efficient service. Sharp's Jewelry, Algona. 20 CARD OF f HANKS I wish to 'thank my neighbors and .friends for the work done for me 'and' the many cards sent me during my stay In the hospital. This was mUch appreciated. Henry Pergande. 32w20 tlW, laid fay, ( work, " j "-^- C6,, Is open again for thehlSfg sed* son. w« ate nWsr&ily w\ Orders for all high duality 'day old and started chicks. Place youY Of* ders now. Phdrte dOO er cdffle ift 209 E. State Street, Alfdha. 4tf PHONOGRAPH ttfiCOflDS <- All the new releases, Needles, albums. Ktssuth "Radio & Electfle, Algona, Iowa. , 47ti TOWN PftOPfittt? LOW EST ; LOANS. FHA artd, .Veterans "GI" Loans t6 .jWirenasc, remodel, retlnartde homes. Al* gona Federal Sa'vittgs & Loan. Algona, Iowa. ' 30tf SEE ME FOR Real fiar'gflins In farms,- loans, dr^lrtafe surveying and estimates on tile. Phil J< Kohlhaas, phone 22, Alg6na. tf E.Vchanffe De^t. Basement dood Used Furniture Dining room—Living roohi suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and washer's. BjtJSTROIVi'S THREE-DAY SERVICE. Logan Radio Service, phone 921, AU . 13tf LOOK SANDING and fix-finishing. Heavy commercial cqUip- mont. Portable power plant. S '" >P "' New she gives herielf d Wave «rt CRfM* C0t» WAV* K. D. James wrtt- CLHS S (I F Graduation is the exciting, thrilling time of year to which every, boy and girl look forward. For tlioae local youths who are this year graduating from our two Schools of learning, we are extending our sincere congratulations. This Store has always encouraged a closer relationship between btisirtess men and students. We want you all to feel that we still believS in Algona and its youth. Junior Dresses Kight'ribtv, we have a fine > selection of popular jUnior dresses In cute styles for the teen-ager. These are in the advertised brands like Doris Dodson and University, Pi-ices arc mostly prc-ticketcd (by dPA) at $8.30 but there are others for more and less as well. Come in now and see the many charming junior dresses we show the year "round.' SLACKS and PLAY SUITS For your summertime play days, we have slacks and play suits and they arc all practical; reasonably priced garments with that style and verve that you want in even your play-clothes. We are exclusive agents for the famous LOOMTOG play suits and the two piece garments arc very practical fpr warm summers at home or a't the Lake. A great showing of smart bathing apparel is how in stock for your selection. WANTED GLOVES Perhaps you arc thinking of a graduation gift for some fair graduate. How about a pair of our fine, hand-stitched gloves in both fabric and leather. These make lasting gifts of value and are always acceptable. m «*/ < T Glamorous Hand Bags And for gifts, there arc gorgeous hand bags and purses—new ridvfcl effects of finest plastic and leather in new shapes and various sizes but all designed for style and Individuality. There is an excise ta$ o» all bags, ' SPARKLING JEWELRY There js no gift which is more wanted than jewelry, especially when it comes fromi this" store because we are noted for having the most beautiful aj»d eS sive pins, ear-rings and rings in Algpna, Right our showings are very extensive.

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