The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1946 · Page 11
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, AUG. 8,.194fJ ALL-STEEL AUTO TRAILERS 69 95 ffCil all steel trailers tor gertenvl utility- lulling i —tfrlced very low! For farmers, for vacationers! WE NEED ROOM— And we've put prices on this merchandise that is going to move it in a hurry, Look over the items hjfj, ail if you find what you need, come to COWAN'S. You'll find some bargains here thai: aren't apt to appear again soon! -.•..•J 40,000 Or. Cap. Badger WATER SOFTENER Here's a real buy If you need one. Was $122.50, Now $ 105 15 Cu. Ft. "WILSON" HOME FREEZER Was $495.00 Now '425 Save by buying frozen foods In bulk package:;— here's a $70.00 saving on this wanted home type! Only a Limited Quantity Garden Cultivators Half Price! Complete with all attachments. Assorted Electrical Appliances This Week Only! 10% OFF k* 15 Gallon . »<•'.. : .'., ' . .'. ;!;>« "WILSON" ;'•' PORTABLE WATER HEATER Was $78.00 ' 65 SHINGLES •210 Ibs. to the square. In, choice* of green, slate and red.,, SQUARE We Can .Provide Crews . for Application of Roofln? Royal VACUUM CLEANER With attachments. Was $81.25 '70 Assorted THROW RUGS This ,Wee|t Only! OFF B-I-G VALUES IN SMALL SPACE Dehydray Water Thin Paint qt, 35 C (Gallons $1.09) Plug-in Fluorescent Light?.. $9.95. Mnyfair Barn Paint in S's;. T ...Gal $ 1,50 Spar Varni»h~,,. T ; *.,..:.„'.....quart f|j0 Paint Bnwhes .,.,.....:...... '-$7.50 in. long bristle 55,45 (These were $12.50) BUILPING MRS. GlITKNEfr OF BURT PASSES; RITES SATURDAY Hurt: Tcla Guclknecht died at the Burt hospital about 11 a. m. Friday morning. She was brought to the hospital from Al- pona on May 23. She was getting /al^ng fairly well till about •i wfeok at?o, when she took a turn for the worse. The body was taken to Al?ona, where fun- oral nr-aiVRmcnts wtre made. Ida Godden was born Oct. 21, 1(177 (near Burt), the dauPhter of Mr. and Mrs. Morse Godden, Bt'rt pioneers.. Funnral 'services were lirld , fjntitrdav nt 3 n. m. at the McCullough chfipel in Algona, and burial was in Riverview cemetery. , Sever family Reunion The Mrs Lydia L. Sorrnson home was the .scene of a large fathering of relatives from July 27 to July 20 with those from "earSy towns fathering Sunday for tho Johri Rebor farriilv reun- )i". which was first held in 1931, when Mrs. Sorenson's sister Mrs. Jay Kelly, Alberta, Canada. \VP-= hero on a visit. It was also holrl in 1D34. '1937. 1930, 1941, and 1945 at various Minnesota and Iowa homes. Attending this reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Jnhri Rebpr, Woodstock. Minn.: Mrs. Lulu Kpllv, Stottlpv. Alb'erta, Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dalies. At-m- ftronp; Mr=. Cora Shorb, Em- metsbure; Mr. and Mrs. Charles AHiogast. Kden Valley; Mrs. Mino Behrends. Fmmet.sburp; •?nd Mrs. Sorcnson, of the immediate fotnilv. Others attending from this a'-ea included Velma Davies, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Marion favics, Armstrone; Mrs. Ornie Behrends, the KniPst K>rneys, Ivan I.orene, and Jpnny Berge- snn. Alcona: Mrs. Knte Hawks, Mrs. Jessie Stpbrilz, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. D«an. Fenton; and ^r. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson, Clayton R. Sorenson, Rov Clark Mrs. Lponarrt Lovstad, Mr. and Mrs. Fr.?d Howard and Ruth Goffey and son of Burt. Pr»<:byior$an Women The Woman's Council of the Presbyterian church meets Auff- t'st 7. Hostesses are Mrs. W. T Kennedy,' Mrs. R. Shipler, Mrs. Charles Scott, Mrs. Cora Stow, Mrs. Ed Kienitz, and Mrs. Gerta Thompson. Mrs. O. H. Graham will give a talk on Twentieth Century India and Mrs. H. O. Buell will conduct devotions. W. S. C. S. Meeting .The W. S. C. S. .will'meet in the Methodist church parlors Wednesday afternoon, August 7 with Mrs. G. H. McMullen, Mrs. Don, Mitchelljand,Mi-s.^'.,i,.'-JMjl- leY :as hostesses. -rifeVDjiOTis "will be in charge of Mrs. M. L. Dut- , ALGONA MS ton and Mrs. Mitchell has charge of the program. Pern Habegor spent Friday at the S. E. Straloy home in Fenton. The L. R. Daniels had a new furnace installed at their home last week. The Fortnightly club met Fri- dpy afternoon with Mrs. Jim Christensen. Phyllis Kain, Algona, spent a few days last week at the L. H. Riodel home. Mr. and Mrs. K. ,T. Smith spent the weekend at Templar Park, Spirit Lake. Emit Riedel, Ogden, visited a week af>o Saturday at the L. H. Riedel home. , Mrs. R. J. Hammerstrom has hpen confined to her bed by illness the nast week. Judy Hinckley went to Wells, Minn., Wednesday to spend a few days with relatives. Estel Rent?, and son Warren enjoyed a fishing trip in northern Minnesota last week. Mrs. R. P. Fredrickson visited from Tuesday to Wednesday With her mother at Osage. Mrs. J. L. Miller went to Havelock Wednesday for a few days visit, with her grandmother. Mrs. K C. Bierstedt and Mrs. R. A. Bleich were hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies' Aid Thurs'' afternoon. The Lutheran Walther League met Thursday evening with Paul Bierslprft and the Rev. Ferdinand Reith as hosts. Mrs. A. H. Meinzer entertained ? few neighbors Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs, Lewis Larsen, who was leaving Thurs- dav for Jutland, Denmark., Mrs. H. O. Buell returned Thursday from Algona, where she had .spent nearly' a week at the home of her brother W. H. Lacey, whose wife had died. Mrs. A. G. Volentine returned from Lu Verne Wednesday, "'here she had been helping her daughter Mrs. Walter Ruger.who had had an accident and had the enH of a finirer taken off. John Riebhoff and a friend, Charles Wallace, Springville, D., spent the weekend of a wee ago with John's parents Mr. an Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff. They ar both students at Mornirigsid college. Donald and Kenneth Patterso and Dale Lockwood were busi ness visitors at Ames Wedne day. Kenneth and Dale mad arrangements for a room as the nlan to attend Iowa State colleg this fall. Mrs. H. L. Sauerman returne to her home at Sparta, Wi'si, week ago Saturday, after spend ing about a week at the home o her mother Mrs. Albert .Staehle Her son Jimmy remained '"tot longer visit.. ...•»„•-. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. LoSKwV.,., spent Wednesday at the home o Mr. Lockwood's mother Mrs Ernma^ Lockwqpd at Hardy. A ant| a#a^qdsiA* i*e£& visitiij rff from EouiSaira.^Mr. Loch wood's brother -Floyd of Ceda WEST BEND'S CENTENNIAL Wed., Thurs. Friday AUG. 7,8 &9 FLOWER SHOW—SIMMON'S GARAGE Flowers may be entered all day August 7th and until 5;00 p. m. on August 8, Judging will be completed by 8 p. m. August 8. Out of town judges. 1st prize, $lj 2nd, 75c; 3rd, 50p. Most unusual, arrangement, $3,00. Best color combination over all, $3.00, Most outstanding bouquet, $5^00; arid many other prizes. *•—< • I, , , • BOWERY DANCE—THREE BIG NIGHTS August 7—Malek Accordian Band August 8-^-Balph Easton August 9—Ding Ellis THREE BALL GAMES-J250 PRIZE MONEY August 7—-West Bend vs. Rodman v August 8—Mallard va, totts Creek ; August &—Winners to play 100 PIECE BAND, AUGUST 7, 8:00 P. M, Under direction of Mrs, Helen Claibof ne GOVERNOR ROBERT D. BLUE Will give f» iwai-politicil talk fcn Thursday •at 8 p. m, There will also be musical numbers, . PARIS SPEAKER ~ : 'T Madeline Peletgng of Pari*, France, will speak Friday evening, August 9, RIDES CONCESSIONS GAMES These Centennlii Pays are West Bend Goininewiil (?lub s BS, ALdONA JOWA^ ftapids Va's also' there. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis ac- ddrnpanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Le-wis, Algona, to Princeton, Mo, i week aeo Saturday.where they Visited until Sunday at the Carl Wiener home. They' brought B#tk Frank Butterfield of Bancroft, who had been visiting at lh>e Wiener home. . .Lester Stow of Cedar Rapids ctfme Tuesday for a few days visit at the home of his father, F. O. Stow. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Stow left with him and from Cedar Rapids were going oti to Davenport to spend a few days at the home of Mr. Stow's other son, Orville, and family. Mr. ?nd Mrs. Ronald Elvidge T nd two :;ons of Waterloo arriv- •<d Frid.-y for a visit at the F. T .. Pratt and R. F. Elvidge homos. Sunday they left with Mr. and Mrs. Pratt for Park Rapids, Minn., to snend a couple ^f weeks. The Pratts' other *a""M"r pnd her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nfster of Worth- in^lon. Minn., will also be there wi'h them. Mrs. Wallace P. Hawccrtt was taken hack to the Kossuth hospital Tue«dav. but was able to leave acjain Thursday. She had been at home only .a few days following an anoendectomy. She is spending a few days at the home of her mother Mrs. Rhoena Runchey in Aleona as Wallare to Des Moines Friday to the Veterans' hospital there. His father. G. P. Hawcott,. took him to Des Moines. SEXTON Mrs, Walker Host To Four Corners M-D Club, Aug. 8 Four .Corners: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday. August 8 with ,Mrs. Norma 'Walker, Mrs. Berriice Shaw assisting. Opening song, club song. Roll call for the remainder of the year will be interesting facts about Iowa, this being Centennial year. A paper, Schoolhouse or Reformatory, Based on Bad Boys can be made over, by Mrs. Catherine Walker. , Closing song, Long Ago. The Algona Upper Des Moines is in its 81st consecutive year of publication, and is the Pioneer Newspaper of North Central Iowa. Mrs. John Jenn'.ngs and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson were Whittemore callers Friday. Mable Wesley, Algona, visited Wednesday with her niece Mrs. Jafk Hawley and family. Mrs. Joe Krieps entertained her club at her home Thursday afternoon of last week. The Gene Cink family were Friday ex'cning callers at the parental Joe Cink home. Mrs. Everett Steven accompanied Mrs. Leo Steven .of Wesley, to Mason City on Tuesday. Attorney Hardy and a Mr. Evans of Clinton, la., were in Sexton last week attending to business interests. Miss Laura Allen, Pitlsburg. Kans., came Wednesday for a visit at the home of the Andrew Hansons west of town. Mrs. Albert Genrich and Mrs. E. B. Thomas of Lu Verne were Thursday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Everett Steven. The Sexton schoolhouse has had a thorough job inside of painting and varnishing, walls and ceiling, desks and chairs, etc. The Sexton W. S. C. S. will meet Thursday afternoon at- the ' home of Mrs. John Jennings! with Mrs. Ella Hartley assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Rus.sell Comp and son of Winterset visited the fore part of last week with his Uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. Rhonda Hammond visited Friday at the Martin Mimbach home with the Mimbach: granddaughters Jean, Joan and Patty Graham, who with their parents are visiting here. ' ' The Sexton Ladies' W. S. C. S. has a quilt at the home of Mrs,. Sanders and have been busy at quilting it, making ready for their annual bazaar and supper to be 'held in September. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt wen; Sunday afternoon .visitors' at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Nn::hring and family, no'iill' of Britt. The Fred Neahrilife's', used to live in the Sexton cbrri- nunity. J G.t Home Comfort th*t LaiU • Houictimc with in EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phon* u< today Co war Bldg Supply Co. Phone 275 4UJOXA. IOWA GIRLS! Good Jobs Now Available As Telephone Operators: New and Higher Wage Rates Here's an opportunity to learn an interesting job—and get paid while you learn. Under increased wage rates, average earning of telephone operators for a 40-hour week, after three months' experience, now are $28.80 in Algona. Earnings are even higher for a longer work week. • Regular wage increases, too, and steady work. Other advantages include vacations with pay, sickness benefits and good opportunities for advancement. • Interested? Then come in and talk it over with the. Chief Operator in the Telephone Building. Notihwestern Bell Telephone Company fc«if» 2 NEW ARGENT To Aid In Prevention of CLOVER BLOAT Sargent Legume Supplement A Sargent Mineral Supplement Just Out—Fully Tested-^A Bloat Remedy 4 49 ITJ 25 PER 100 LBS. Just Feed It in Place of Salt or Other Mineral Short of Corn? ' ix Sargent Culture With Ground Oats— For Economical Hog and Poultry Feeding Oats are the cheapest grain you can feed, and only a few cents .of Sargent Culture will fix a whole barrel of oats. B.D S ARGENT & CO.

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