The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 21, 1946
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FAGD SBL .ALGONA You can't expect a standard "Spring Tune-Up" to fit the needs of all cars. That's why you're safer with our new Tune-Up Diagnosis which accurately determines the service needs of your particular car. Vou save money .because you pay for ... ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ *?^S':tS>.*i:>*:*:«:i*S*:;.fei":A':':iy:^ HERE'S WHAT WE DO: 1 Minor adjustments to ignition, spark plugs and carburetor, which every car needs twice a year. Complete diagnosis to help avoid the possibility of big future repair bills. 2 Minor maintenance and lubrication services on distributor, carburetor and air cleaner necessary in Spring. Road test of car to check proper operation under actual driving conditions. Algona Implement Co. Wall and Deb Hall Phone 52 State and Jones BICYCLE LICENSES will IK- issiiiMl Miiy Hi-17; 2:5-24; !{i;.hiiu> 0-7; 115-U •All boys and girls must lime licenses liy June 15. .• ^ •Hikes must lie equipped with headlights and renr re- I lectors. License Fee 25c I'olice will l»o at City Hull I'roin 1 to 5 on above dates I City Police VIRGINIA HENGEL OFFENTONWEDS DESMOINESMAN Fenton: Miss Virginia Hengei; .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. .Hengei of Fenton, became the ,,bride of Lyei C. Paulson of Des .Moines in a candlelight service read at 7:30 Friday, May 10, by ,Rev. Stratford Eynon at Trinity Lutheran church. Miss Louise Coollncr was organist. The bride was given in mar- riaee by her father. Her maid of honor was Miss Marion Hen- s;ol. sister of the bride. The bridegroom was ' attended Hv Francis O'Brien of Des Moines. A reception was held after the ceremony for the attendants and immediate family. The bride attended the Cylinder high school and A. I. B. in Des Moines until recently when she was employed as secretary toy the Deep Rock Oil corporation in DCS Moines. Mr. Paulson is traffic manafi- er at tihe Watson Bros. Transportation Co. in Des Moines. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home at 1300 12th St., Des Moines. Auxiliary Meeling The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Hans Baago Friday afternoon. Ruth Newel, Karen Jorgenson, and Edith Tieman were appointed to decorate windows for Memorial day. Gladys Stralcy, Edna Hantel- .man and Ardis Halverson were appointed to make Poppy wreaths for the graves. Karen Joi'gennson gave a chapter of the book "Who Walk Alone" and Edith Tienian read the Living Symbol. The June meeting will be at (he home of Edith Eieman. Ini- .tiation of new members will take place at the time. Man, Wife lo Teach Mr. and Mrs. Merle Vaughn of Benton, la., have been elected to teach in the Fenton school next year as athletic coach and pri- .mary teacher. Both are graduates of Iowa State Teacher's college. Watson and John Gfafne'ftz homes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Prieoe. and family were* dinner 'guests, at the ,home of Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Priebe Sunday. Mrs. Neotna flvompsori and .boys spent Sunday at the hotne I of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'iFred Wegencr in Algona, Rev. and Mrs. F, C. Preul at,tended the re-dedication of the Methodist church at Whittem&re Sunday afternoon. Mr. andxMrs. W. R. Wolfe recently spent a few days at Waterloo with W. R.'s brother R. D. Wolfe and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Newel and son Douglas of Humboldt visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Newel Saturday. Mrs. Dora Christiansen and .Lakola, -Mr, and MrS. Ffaftk Plan Memorial Services The American Legion held its regular meeting Monday evening. Final plans were formulated for the observance of Memorial day in Fenton. Take Health Treatments Geore. Jorgenson, Dr. J. T. Waitc and Walter Wegener are spending the week at Prairie du Chien, ~Wis., where they are taking health treatments. Mr- and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod spent Sunday at Uie Geo. Scho- enwettcr home at Klemme. Les Tieman underwent an appendectomy at the Whittemore hospital Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs William Workin of Dolliver were Sunday dinner guests at the Geo. M. Jorgenson home. D'- and Mrs. E J. Capesius were Sunday dinner guests at 'lie Dr. J. B. Winkel home at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod and daughter spent Sunday at I he Francis Ware home at Gract- tinger. Mr. and Mrs. Ray TieU of Estherville visited at the Holland son Larry Dean of Fairmont are .visiting this week at the Mr.' and .Mrs. Ruy Theesfield home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte were called to Morris, Minn., recently by the illness of Mrs. Schultc's sister, Mrs. Chris Templin. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes and Marilyn of Austin, Minn., called on the Paul Eiglers and Everett Dreycrs Saturday evening. Mrs. Bert Peck of Long Beach, at the JcJhn Munch, E. C. Weis- .California, arrived here to visit ibrod and Mrs. Emma Reimers homes. W. E. Stoebor is now visiting .at the home of his daughter and iher husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith, in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ohm and Kathryn and Vernon of Waterloo spent the weekend with relatives and friends. They formerly lived in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. H. • C. Lindsey look Mrs. Ed Lindsey and daughter to El mo re, Minn., Monday, where she will spend two weeks visiting her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Peterson, Rk'hard O>'on;ui of Fenl.on. Mr. and Mrs. John Ruger of Wesley were Sunday dinner guests at the Theo. Mueller home. Mr. and Mrs, John Kohlwes, Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Kohlwes ana daug'hlcr and Mrs. Minnie Drey- cr were Sunday dinner guests, at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Everett' ,Dreyer, Sunday. A birthday party honored Delores Hauck at her home Saturday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hilbevl Bierstedt and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt. Mrs. Bert Peck, Mr. and Mrs. John Munch and Mr. and Mrs. 'E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs. Madsen and Milton were Sunday dinner guests at iihc home cf Mr. 'an'd Mrs. Charles Osborn near Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Minners of DCS Mnines caved for the Jollcy children while Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Jolley attended the Ostco- pathic convention at Des Moines. Mrs. Jolley and Mrs. Minners arc sisters. r • / ' '..<'.. Mr. and MM. Clarence Jentz returned to their home after vis- itinL! several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentx, parents of Clarence and at t'he homes of Art and Walter Jcntz, brothers of Clarence. ; Howard \V. Rabcy has accept 1 ed a position ;\s head coach in the Hitnboldl. la., schools for the yesr 1040-19-17. Mr. and Mrs. Rabey ;ire now staying at the home' o." t'.:o latter's parents, Mr. Tii.1 Mrs. E. J. Frank. Sunday dinner guests at the Hen.iv Ik-man home were Mr. and Mrs. Art. Tk>t;-. and Bobby of . . s. asm '.gfietfiftA.. a«d Petty -attd Mr; ftftd Mr& :V/.v R> Wolfe/ -••.''.. •; . , ; " v ; ';'• "• '•::• ' Mr. and Mrs.' ftusisel GlefdfiMh of Oavef^»6rt ; ftHd iMfS. 'Mffifef Furmo afld {jjftjldife'h' of La Crossc, Wis., m-d Spending the Week visiting at the. Carl Mortenson home. Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Mortensoh arid children Wera also Sunday gxiests tihefe. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Fernafides Patierby of Ames, Mr. a'hd Mrs. Paul Hetik of Chicago, Mr. ahd Mrs. Ferdinand Schendel and boys of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. tryiH Schendel and family of Lauretts. Mother's Day guests a t the John Geitzenauer home were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Geitzenauer and children, Mr. ' and Mrs. iDelbert Geitzenauer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed George and family and Milton Geitzenauer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Humphrey entertained at dinner Sunday. .Guests were Mr. >and Mrs. Olaf Norland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldori Hantleman and girls, Dr. and Mrs. John Wai to and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kantloman and family 'and Ar- nt.ld Hantleman. Mrs. Clarence Theesfield was pleasantly surprised Tuosday evening when a number of friends honored 'her at a bridge heia .-at tt« Rfiiscli tor : we evening W6fit to vMfl. 'Qaylp'fd Jfdhilspft hip. -attd 1 Mrl. E^effett EJreVeiy Mrs. 'ffhMSfl&ld received a ' ' ' ' .. . , Mr. .arid Mrs. Ray Theesfjeld entertained in honor of, Mrs. Iffitte'sf Seld's ; birthday Moftddy eveWfif, Quests were Mr. and Mr8. Pftul Meoht 6f Chicago, Mrs, J; C. Han^ett, 'Hunting Park. Cal. .Mrs. ; t)6ra Christensen and son Larry df Fairmohl,. Minn., Mrg. Earl Theesfield 1 of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Ohrlstensen, ,Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Christen^ ach, Mr. and .Mrs.; Ernest Chris* tensen, all of Ringsted, Mr. and ( Mrs. John Theesfield, Mrs. Alvih of Fenton. •A^-i'sm:^ •:/ *-M&$w« s ^ &•&•. 'slte-'s^svg/asfRigS^^fe ?i ADS BRINGS RESULTS! O. HIIUMAN »«O. CO.. tA CHOtSt. WIS. VOTE FOR Rosella Voigt Democratic Candidate For County. Treasurer Practical Experience as a Deputy Treasurer . . . Life-long Resident of Kossuth. ., . r Your Support Will Be Appreciated or Entail CdiisignttWints Dwi'Mitaitliy Bring Veals on Saturday Morttitigs Res. Phone—St. Benedict 6 A :- f 1 *'5 New Form Equipment ^ New International Mafvcstei 1 hydrauliii |y manure loader.) New trailersi' with timken bearings and new tires: Spring tooth attachments lor Fartnall cultivator. Type B 10 " IHC Feed Grinder, poublc and Single Un j t Milking Machines. Electric Cream __..__ Separators^ Umbrellas. No. 46 Plow At* DEAJ.EK t9chment Tractor Wheel Weights. Farm- all H & M Power Take-off Attachments. Electric Pump Jack. Knife Cjrinder. 3 Types Hydraulic Manure Loaders. Flare Type Wagon Boxes. Hog, Feeders. 10-38, 11-38 and 12-36 Tractor Tires, Tubes and Rims. Pneumatic Tractor Seats. Horn Hydraulic Scat-Snubbers. •.'.' SPECIAL . We Have One New Block With Crankshaft, Pist- oiiSj Camshaft, Complete for International 1% T. Truck. Also Crankshaft for IHC Pickup. Used Farm Equipment 1 10:00x36 Tractor Tire. 1 9:00x36 Tractor Tire. Crc am Separators. John Deere Portable Elevator. We Are Now Equipped to Do Expert Carburettor and Magneto Work BINDER TWINE We have just received a small quantity of McCor- miclc-Dcoring Standard Twine. . ' - ' I RQNTIAC SALES AND Sec us for Pontiac auto repair work. We have the personnel and equipment to care for your car. Algona Implement Co. McCormtck-Dcering Farm Machinery International Trucks Phone 52 Walt and Deb Hall State and Jones Upper Des Moines Want Ads Bring Results. Your New Straw iting foi You Now at ZENDER'S! ***$!• <%>;*.:-, ,-:, ^ . Y^M YOURSELF FOR SUMMER! PANAMAS - SAILORS - BRAIDS -LEGHORNS $ ^^^^^^^^^^^^w Man! what a selection. And look at those prices—hard to believe that in these times you can get a HAND-WOVEN PANAMA for $4.00, isn't it? Vcs, there's a breesy.coQUtrftw and a price for any man in this Zender Straw Hat Parade! SaUors, braid straws, leghorns, haud'WOven ge«H» ine Panamas—with wide bands, narrow bands, fancy bands, folded bands or Puggaree bands. Champ, Portis and Stetson straws. Look cool , . , get under yo«r Glider straw NOW! ClvOTHJNG FOR MEN *NP

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