The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1946 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 4, 1946
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PAGE FOUR. | RUPTUR€D? Well known truss expert to demonstrate marvelous new Howard truss. No leg straps to gauld, no knobs to enlarge open- I ing. Has flat KDOIISC rubber pads designed to hold like pair of hands. It's sanitary. Can be washed. Do you wear a truss that don't hold you and is letting you gradually get worse? Protect your health. If you can't be helped you will be told so frankly. I CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause pains and ner- I voasness. Please come early. Wives invited. Call for evening appointment. Has brought correction and new comfort to thous- | amis. No obligation. No treatment. C. I). SMITH REPRESENTATIVE GEO. L. COOK WILL BE AT ALGONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12th, ALGONA HOTEL Clip This Ad HOURS: 9 A. M.-12 Heating & Plumbing MERCHANDISE IN STOCK Double and single compartment Flat Rim Sinks, complete with Chromard Founts and Spray. High Boy type Oil Burning Unit. Just the thing for a small home. Coal Stoker, Hopper and Bin Feed. Complete line of gravity and forced air Furnaces. IJliswcr units for your present Furnace. HEATING AND PLUMBING -SI 2 E. McGregor St. Phone 523-W MRS.THOMSENB CLUB HOSTESS TO LONE ROCK LADIES Lone Rock: Mrs. Andow Thomson entertained a sewing circle club Wednesday afternoon with nine members. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Mrs. Milfrcd Mitchell, Mrs. C. M. Gross, Mrs. Henry Schrocder, Mrs. Jess Dtlgan, Mrs. I. W. Nelson, Mrs. Ella Hanna, Mrs. Alfred Schrader, and Mrs. Chas. Schultz and three visitors, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Doris Gross, and June Adele Hanna. Mai-land Jorgenson is spending his vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Altwegg at Austin, Minn. Efifl Memorial Day Dinner A Memorial Day family dinner was held at the Everett Hanna home. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hanna of Shindler, S. D.. Mrs. Sadie Schenck and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harrington, of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Reid Anderson and. Lou of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck and son of Burl, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hanna and daughters of Nora Springs, Mrs. Ella Hanna and June Adclc and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mackcy of Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Bub Hanna and Jeanette and George Hanna. They also spent Hie evening there. June 7 and Archie, the Manager, 4fAR$f ONE HUNDRED MILLION RADIO LISTENERS CAN'T BE WRONG! Everybody lovat Archie's radio pals. See them caving Archie from a fat; worte than debt . . with all Hollywood's witlyciti- icnt helping out with laugh's, ro- r . . '.••-' •. K>' . %K i^j."£ •& '-• . with Eddie at the funniest flagpole-sitter in history—all because he couldn't help stealing a gorgeous gun moll from the toughest gangster in town! The Atomic & o mb$fie// pf with Albert Dskker and Willis Best Prpdue«d by Paul Jones Pirected by George Marshall Baby Boy at Hanna's Mr. and Mrs. George Hanna are parents of a baby boy weighing 1) Ibs. which was born Sunday, May 5, at the Kossulh hospital. This is their second child, I lie oilier also being a boy. Mr. and Mrs. La Vcrno Ham- mrrslrom. spent Memorial Day visiting ill rJmmctsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow spent Thursday evening visiting tiir Karl Ewoldl home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe oi Kmmelsburg spent Thursday al the parental Gco. Pcllit home. Judy Kay McMahon of Algona spent Memorial Day at her Mrs. Lydia Wet- .ALGONA UPPER t)ES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA- OLD TIME PARTY m WHITTEMORE GRAND OPENING Whittemore: Lorenz Gade, who has recently' completed building a new machine shed, sponsored an old-time party Monday evening. The guests were requested to wear old clothes, the women print dresses and the men their overalls. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oreinert, Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wehrspann, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehrspann, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs Ted Meier, Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer. grandmother /el's. Mr. and Mi's. Alex Krueger spent from Saturday till Tuesday at the Jim Ackerman home at Ventura. Mnrlaiid Jorgenson is spending s vacation 'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Altwegg at Austin. Minn. Mrs. Emil Kraft and Ruth and Mrs. Jim Long attended the Memorial Day exercises at Fenton Thursday. Mr. -and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt and family spent Thursday afternoon and evening at the Har- ev Rath home. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough snent Memorial Day visiting his sisters Cora and Julia Terwilliger al Humboldt.. Thursday evening with their darghtor Mrs. Dean Jcrgenson and family of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vahldick and Irene of Ringsted spent Memorial Dav afternoon at the Ole Johanneson home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Roirer Jensen and Mrs. Frank Flaig spent Wednesday in Fairmont, Minn., shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Russcl Bates and boys spent Thursday even- visiting the Frank Householder family at Fenton. Lawrence Rath and mother Mrs. Martha Rath /lew to GYoi'L'eville, Minn.. Sunday to visit the Henry Rath family. Charlene Rath went last weekend to Storm Lake and Sioux City to visit Axel Halen and Betty Sarchett and also Morningside college. Mavis Nyman of Iowa City .•pent the weekend at the parental John Nyman home to help celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Anna Newbrough of Humboldt came Thursday cven- for a visit at the Ralph Thompson home and also to visit al Bancroft. Shirley and Phyllis Mitchell are staying at the Maurice Mitchell home near Fenton while they are attending the Parochial school there. Ralph Thompson and Jim Lung went lo Joliet, III., along with Arthur Long and Mrs. Robit Benxine of Bancroft to attend the funeral of John Benzine. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Nelson spent Thursday visiting at the Louis Larson home at Eagle Grove and m the way home stopped at the Mclvin Nelson home field. at Gold- Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. Nelson, Mr; and Mrs. Donald Nelson and Harold Nelson were Thursday 1 dinner guests at the home of her mother, Mra. Coi-a Bacon at.AU gona. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch and children, Morris Krebsbach, Mrs. Tom Lynch, Mrs. Julie Seefert, all of Ledyard, and Mr, and Mrs. Dave Lynch spent Memorial Day at Lake OkoBoji. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson and two children of Racine, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. George Gunderson stopped Thursday on their way to California at the home of Mrs. Mary Madison. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards and family spent Memorial Day at the parental W. L. Bilsborough home at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bilsborough returned home with them to spend a few days. Mrs. Mary Homerson and daughter, Mrs. H. A. Holmgren spent Wednesday visiting an aunt Mrs. Francis Howcll, at .Rutland. H. A. Holmgren spent Thursday visiting at Ruthvon and also at Lost Island lake fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Teachout and family of Storm Lake came Sunday to the parental N. B. Wood home to spend a week. They all attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Andrew Mitchell of Waterloo at Armstrong, Mr, and Mrs. Lem Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Henderson, Mrs. John Newbrough and children, Dell Marlow and family attended a family dinner at the Herman Neitzcl home at Burt Memorial Day. Memorial Day visitors, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hoiick were Mr. and Mrs. John Alitz and Lo Roc of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy Alitz and children of Rockwell, and Mrs. Murray Holmes and daughter of Ricevillc. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Muellci and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt were Tuesday evening suppei guests at the L. E. Mueller home at Fenton in honor of Pvt. Arl Mueller, who is homq on furlough and Olivia Mueller, who is leaving for California. Thursday afternoon supper guests at the Wm. Rath home were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evers of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Webb of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brusie of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hawcott spent the evening there too. Mrs. Conrad liccrut and children spent Sunday afternoon al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jcrgenson and Douglas of Algona were there Sunday evening qnd they also all visited at the Robert Ackerman homo; at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person and family were SUnday dinner aucsls at her sister's, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary home at Burt. They visited at the Ray Smith lome at Algona in the aftcrnopu. Her sister Mrs. Leila 'Sperry of Osaga, Minn., came .Thursday fjir a visit there. Miss Benny Olson and Milton atcBride of Burt spent Monday evening r<t the home oC,,Mr; and-, Mrs. Joe Miller. Mr. 'and M?sY Ted Rinssdorf and K;iUy, Mr. ind Mrs. Vern Dro>if\ Jamos ,'r,id Bonnie of Burt, and Mr and Mi's. Dave Weber and David spent Thursday evening there. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Choi-land. Arlot, Julia and Ruby attended the commencement exercises of twin cousins. Richard and Robert rherlfinrj, sonp of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Choi-land, at Blue E;>rlh. Minn., Tuesday evening. They also spent some time at the C-tir- roll Cherland homo afterwards. Miss Josephine Foley is visiting with relatives in Illinois, and in Detroit, Mich. John Francis, born Sunday at the McCreery hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elbert, Algona, are his parents. David Wcinhold, son of the Rev. and Mrs. 'Paul Wcinhold, left for Snyder, Nob., where he will spend the summer. Mrs. Ida Simonson returned home Sunday from Lyle, Minn., where she spent the past two weeks visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. .Matt Kirschbaum, Torre Haute, Ind., came to be present at the graduation of their daughter Phyllis last Sunday at St. Michael's church. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer were at Renwick Sunday, where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Nissen, a brother of Mrs. George Meyer. Mrs. Arthur Heidemvith left Fairmont via bus for Mankato Wednesday morning lo stav at the home of her daughter for a week whose husband, Lloyd Walker, is a patient in St. Joseph's hospital. Miss Eva Bossier returned to her home in Worthington, Minn., where she will spend the summer. She will return to Whittemore when the fall term qf the Whittemore public school starts. She was one of the teachers here. Margaret Rooney, daughter of Mrs. John Waldron, a senior in the beauty cultural school at Des Moines, soent Ihc weekend with her,parents. She is being transferred from the Des Moines school in Mason City, where she will finish her Iraining in beauty culture. Mr., and Mrs. L. W. Swanson spent' the weekend at life home of Mrs. Swanson's parents, Mr. and ; 'Mrs. Vern Shinn, Mason City. Mr. Swanson was also going to try his luck at somp,;x>f MEMORIAL DAY VISIT, 4 CORNERS Four Cottiers: : Memorial Day Visitors at the W. Ray Smith home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and daughter Joyce of Ayrshire, Mrs. Leila Sperry and son Barrel of Osakls, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person and children of Lone Rock, 'and Mr. and Mrs. Tom TrenaVy of Burt. Mrs. Miller is a cousin of W. Ray Smith and the other ladies are sisters of Mr, Smith. Walter Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Smith, had his tonsils and adenoids removed .Tuesday. He was able to return home Tuesday evening. Mrs. W. Ray Smith attended a shower for Mrs. Ralph Smith, the former Betty Marlow, Friday afternoon held at the Presbyterian church at Lone Rock. Walter Smith spent Friday at the Emil Person home at Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Rex. Swanson and daughter Nancy of Whittemore were supper guests Friday night at the John Sabiri home. Mr. and Mi's. Joe Ramus were supper guests Wednesday night at the Leo Ramus home. They were cnroute home from Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bush and two small children moved to the John Sabin tenant house last weekend. Mrs. Verlc Harlan left Wednesday morning by train for Hudson, S. Dak., to be with her mother to help celebrate her birthday and also for Memorial Day. Verle went after his wife Friday and they expected to return home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harian, who have been visiting at their son Ottos a few days, left for their home at Stockport by bus Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham, Mrs. Grace Schmcling and son Dennis and Mrs. Jessie Royce *pcnt Memorial Day with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman and children of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman and L. J. Lowman of Algona spent Memorial Day at the E. C. Witham home. Mrs, Gfape.ftamus and dau|h> tcr Mrs. Ed Moore and .Children of near 1 Des Moines Spent the weekend at the Leo Ratrius home, Mrs. , :N.. R. Robinson and d^ugfttef Mrs. Nellie Sands of SaraSbtaj Fla,, arrived by car Tuesday at the C. N. RoDinsbri home. 'They left Friday tor Spirit Lake to visit Earl Robinson and wife, the former being in poor health. Mn and Mrs. Earl Miller and children Jacqueline and Marvin left June 1 for a fishing-trip near Richmond, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith of Malcom arrived Wednesday for a visit at the W. Ray Smith home. They expected to return lo MaU colm, Sunday. LEGAL BLANKS, desk blotters, adding machine rolls, stamp pads. The Algona Upper Des Moines, D No. Dodge St. DANCE! Legion Hall 4 BANCROFT . FRIDA*, JUNE Y Mai Dunn, featuring "Musical Portraits" and "Fixed Style" in dancemusic. TUESDAY, JUtfE 11 Billy Radke FARM WIPINCJ • • / • ? .. APPLIANCE REPAIRING WIRING OF ALL KINDS i ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINC Jk ^Ro^ll:^-- ^^gtoWzz-^ ALGODA titanic PWOHE 2O-2O6WEST STATE ST. j ^aA Towmend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson g to tr ose*Tlai- Whittsmore Bov On Omaha Radio Saturdav, Juno i, .at .3:45 p. m. was a joyful dav for the Herman Lauck family of Whittemore when they heard their son Or- villc speak on the air through WOW, Omaha, Neb., from Tokyo, Japan. Orville, who was 'on the program "Nebraska Hqmetowncr," is a corporal stationed in the army signal corps in Japan. He has been in service almost two years, and has suent J8.mpnths..of that lime overseas. : 0 •'•••• V.F.W., Burt, Adds 8 New Members Burt: Members of-'the Burt V. F. W. posl held a Dutch Lunch in conneclion with 'thfir meeting, last Tuesday evening," May 28. A large crowd turned' out, and at the business meeting six new members were admitted. The next meeting of the pos< will be held June 11, ill 8:15 p m. in the Ihealre. building in Burl. • '•• thoseTlargo fish at Clear \vhiclf;'have been so widely advertised. Among those who helped Geo. Maahs celebrate his birthday Sunday;, evening were Rev. and VIrs. Paul Wcinhold and daughter Jeanne, Mr. and Mrs. .H. W. Behnkc, Mr. and Mrs. W. -G. Brace and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mrs. Gco. Schultx and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinert and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Strueckcr and family. The three basic benefits of the Townsend Plan: Monthly -benefit? lo those sixty years of age or over; anyone permanently disabled so they can not earn their own living, regardless of age; widows left with minor children will receive these benefits until the youngest child reaches majority. This plan will "oo supported by a 3% gross income lax (gross receipts,) .of all business and individuals! exempting'on,ly the first $100 per rriorith of • individual 1 iricom'e,, Present taxes would be decreased due to the fact there would be no need of poor houses, sales taxes for old age assistance or social security payroll taxes for old age insurance. Each annuitant must agree to spend the amount received each month for goods and services; in order to keep the tax money in constant circulation. They also must agree to retire from all gainful occupalion Ihus leaving their jobs open to younger workers and returning veterans. The Townsend Plan gives "unemployable" buying power and will assure the ''cniployablc" their choice, of good jobs and good wages.—Adv. Come in today! Make your choice the tire that OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES! rhe-ncw Silvcrtown tire with a wider, flatter tread pun more rubber where you need it—on the road! It has n ttfonger body with tougher cords and more of them plus two breaker strips Io.'cus1li$j}3uddcn blows that sent that • hub cap flying on Jinimie Lynch's car. Result? A tire that'j safer than prewar •tires because it grips the road better 'Jam to tbt new B. F. Goodrich radio quit "Detect and Called" ' u'ilb Lew Lebr at M, C on ADC netutrt, Tburidai ere/tins. when moving, hugs it tighter in stopping. A tire that in laboratory tests resists bruising better than prewar tires. A tire (lint actually •'OUTWEARS .PREWAR TIRES. ' ^Perhaps we have.your ,| size in stock. You'll 1 get yours sooner, if you order today. I tHRIFTY BUDGET TERMS IF YOU DESIRE O. K. Rubber Welders LcstcrDcBolt 'hone 308 . \\% N. Thoringtoh B.FGoodrich TIRES Welcome to Deen's Cottages Arnolds Park, la. On Hiway 71 and 3 blocks from the Roof Garden. Innerspring Mattresses Hot Showers. Skelgas. Also boats', bait, service station and groceries within 100 feet of camp. Write or telephone 3096 for reservations. \ Come and get it... Have a Coca-Cola . , . refreshing as all outdoors Fun's a,'coo\\n\ folfysl There's nothing like the friendly clinks of frosty bottles of Coke to bring on the picnic spirit. Yes, whether backyard barbecue or banquet, the pause that refreshes with ice'cold Coca'Cola is a sure way to start a party perkingr-and start eyeijybody off on, the friendly side. ' ' . (QTUED UNpEI AUTHOIITY OF. THE CQ(?*,COIA C SPRINQS COCA-COLA BOTTLING the ^giiUrtf trade, wtosh towguish th$ prat <?o«a-CoU Company * I 1 'I I 4 I J I I I • I I

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