The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE .fane Moe Married — .Tone Moe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moe, and Dexter Stein of Sioux City were married August 5 at St. Jean Baptist church, Sioux City, by (he Rev. .Richard Sweeny. Attending the couple were Pat Carter and Lorraine Herigs who has been Jane's roommate while she was attending nursing school and since. The new Mrs. Stetri is A i§40 graduate of the St. Celeclia Aca demy and since her graduation 'from St. Joseph's Mercy ho'spita nursing schobl Has ibeen practicing her profession in SittUX City. iMr. Steui is erAgloye'd in a men's clothing stor6 irt Sioux di'ty where the cdtt'ple wilUbB at 'h'6me at 1205) Sumhiit after a hbHeymoion of tw'o •we'eks at It's Timing That Counts* In sports or in watches it is the afcbuir- acy of timing that makbs a wihrtfth You will find our watches arti wittiiers every time, and we have a fine Jlssbrt- ment from which yoti nlay chbose. Man's Wrist Watch 10-k rolled gold plate, stairiless steel back. Leather wrist baild. S24.95 EAST STATE GIFTS • WATCHES WATCH REPAIR New Farm Equipment New International Harvester Hydraulic Manure Loader. Spring Tooth Attachments for Farmall Cultivator. Type B 10-inch IHC Feed Grinder. Double and Single Unit Milking Machines. . Electric Cream Separators. No. 46 Plow Attachment. Tractor Wheel Weights. Farmall II & M Power Take-off Attachments. Electric 'Pump Jack. Knife Grinder. 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 Seat Snubbers: Hammermills: 1 No. 10; I No. IOC with Traveling Feed Table; and 1 No. 6. Wagon Trailer with timken bearings, auto steering and new 600x16 tires. *- DEMUR SPECIAL We Have One Rebuilt Motor, Complete for International >•; T. Pickup Truck. Also Crankshaft for IHC Pickup. Used Farm Equipment 1 10:00x36 Tractor Tire. 1 9:00x36 Trafetbr Tire. 2 11x38 0 ply Tires. Cream Separators. John Deere Portable Elevator Less Derrick. Steel Wheel Wagon. We Are Now Equipped To Do Expert Carburetor, Distributor, Clutch and Magneto Work | PQNTIAC SALES AND SERVICE .See us for Pontiac auto repair work'. We have the personnel and equipment to care for your cah Algona Implement Co. MtCormick-Deering Farm Machinery Jnternatibnkl Trucks Phone 53 Walt and Deb Ha]| State and Jones t»m AfiOMftA rtnzcl Tbttcr VV6ds — Hazel Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles .H. Potter, .bd- came th'Sibridfe of Orrie S. Norstad of Santa Barbara, Calif.* in a cere- mon'ey performed Monday, August 1:2, at the Glenn Abbey Chapel of Roses in Chula Vista, Calif. The couple was attended t>y Mr. Norstad's sister; and husband as the single ring service was read. For the past four years Mrs. ^Jorstad has ibeen (enrtplrtyed by the owa Stale Income .Tax Commission in DCs Moihes, Previously she was eihployed in the Iowa Stali? bank here. Mr. Norstad is a representative for a sj^ice company. The couple will be at home in Santa Barbara whore they have an iparlment. Foilrsonic — The two ball foursome and din- ier held Sunday at the country -lub drew' the largest attendance f the season with J40 reservations nade. Genevieve Gonrich ancl r rancis Bunting won the prize for o.w score in golf with a 54. Mrs. larley Peters and Bob Reed were econd low. Other golf prizes were won by Helen Hutchison and Mel Griffin, and Borghild Robinson and Clayton -Percival. The prize for the latter team were some drawings by Harold Gilmore. Harriett Selchell and Ray Stoob- er were the prize winners in the croquet tourney and Mrs. J. P. Hcrrig, Harriet Haggard, Leona Sicmer and .Alice Fristedt were winners in the gin rummy tournament Dick Post arid Harley Peters won prizes for 'beint; the best dressed "ladies" in the golf. tourney and Jim Reed for being the best dressed gentleman. A style show was staged by H. F. Fristedt, T. C. Hutchison; H. B. White and F. B. Timm during the after dinner program. Music was furnished by a German band Which included fheo and Ted Hcrbst, Allen and RUsSeli BlicKan- an, Lloyd Pratt, fed .O'sMht), R&y Cook,, Art kuettKer and Ch\>ck Hardgr'ovg, and tfiiSre wefe vocal Solos by Russell, Bitfchanart and Betty Kbhlhaas ti'fand. ' The commltt'ee in thf?|6 In-clitd- ed Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Lowe, cnfttr-i men, Mr. and Mr's. Ti Hi Chrischll- Ites, Mr. "and Mi-s. Kal]ph Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Leon IteHit, Mr. arid Mrs. H. M. Snilth, Mr. and Mrs. K. Selchell, Clara Crafts fabse Scanlan, Mr. and -'Mrs. Wade Sullivan, Dr. and Mrs. -JoWh" Kenefick. Oivcs Family. Dinner-— A farrtily g'athbring was held at the home of Mrs. J. E.. Scri'bner Sunday, August 11, iH ' hbhor 6f Mr. and Mrs. D. M. ScribheY,' Mrs. Scribner's oldest son. Who is li'er'e on leave from His navy toase a'f San Diego, Calif. Those in attehd- ance at the family dihfeer wj&re: Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Humphrey, Mr. arid JVtrs. Vincent fesser arid sons, Algoha, Mr. artd. Mrs. M6rle Scribner and Joan, ! Mr. ahd Mi's. Ed Scri'bner and Mrs. Verle Scribner of Des 'Moihes, Ellis ,En6 of Fort Dodge and Betty Scribner at home. ' HcidemvHh'-Reiihioh—/ ; ' The anniVal HeidertWith^reUnion was held Sunday at tHlf'iiark at Swea City. Th'ose present were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, WhittOmore; Mr., and Mrs.'Llojrd Walker, daughter Shari Ann-, ahd son Gary Allen, Mankqtp,. Minn.; Mrs. Emilie Heideriwith,' Mr. arid Mrs. Fred'Wegener-and'Sons Dale and Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. 'Russell Rentz, Mrs. Russell' 'Thompson. Alpona; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kue'ck ancl daughter' Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Lone Rock; Mr. and Frs. Ma'yhard Kueck and family. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Heiden- wilh and 'family, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck and fam- . . a nd 'Mfs, EvlSrltt iMiltai, •Mr, and Mrs. .Waiter and sons Cffflrl'ft Bftd fftWSrd, and Mh ahd Mrs. Warren TfitJWbsoii) Banci-oft; Mr. and Mrs, Leo San- kdV, Britt; Mir. and Mrs. EUsWBfth Heidenwith, West Bend; aM Elsie- Leopold and Mrs. AmaWd«MUhr- Hdiisen.. Milwaukee. W(S. Mis's Leopold and Mrs. Muhrhausilrt are riieces 6f Mrs. EWiilie HfeiHeh ari'd are visltlhg lotftl reMtivBs ti til Thursday. family Reunion— > A .Harris family reunion was Held SUnaa'y, August ll, ' at tHS Jbhn rtarrls home ,at F.Hlrmtrtit, Minn., with, S3 .present.. Those attending with their famine's from this vicinity were Messers;, and Mesdatfles Edward Hoppei Burt; LlSyd Martfn, West, Bend; W ; L-. Mhrtini AlgBna;.. (Mildred Person, Burl; and Rrty Pickeris/Sloux.City, who formerly opera ted. Ih6 CoUh- dil Oak store -here. The next reunion will bfr held the second Sunday in Adgust, 1947> at the William Veldhouses; Gilmote feapllst Rally-A Northern Association. rally of the Baptist church was held Friday at the Call state, park with i-epreseritatives <rbhl 'Webster City; Eagle Grovej Fort Dodge, Goldfield, Renwick arid Algdria. Sixty members, were in attendance. \ • ' • '. ' Reb'ettah Lod&e Pltinlc— The Na&mi Circld wiy hav.e,a picnic Friday-, August 16,- at I'fO o'clock at the Call state 'park. Members are to bring a covered dish, andtheir own dishes. Mr.'aha ... ason,.City, and ;yr sfeeltl „ .intn ; nnifa« An«16 ' •*" Mr. and Mj tbn, v > Witt anu l received, a telegram Hte.V»W*'a« Parfeflta 6f tWl? flril it • B«HMA«, ate is wrce .wbtk at TM baby has tamed sa§i>rt Jftliey aria ed » lk 4 oft. Dill, WH6 was in the navy three years ahd dhe «Wnlh. has recently jrtir- dhasfed a Mall acreage hear Safc- ' Mf. aiid.,*4i:s, Eatl Gay and ihildreri, fchlrlir And • J38&, ,of bible vill b'e a meeting of the Womeh's/Bible Class .of thie Cort- gregatiopal church Wednesday,. v af- lernoo'n at 2:30 al the home of Mrs. Soreh, Didrickson at Sexton. Mrs. Clyde 'is in charge of transportation. Members are to bring a covered dish and sandwiches. Mr. and Mis. Jake Hilt arid Duahe Higjgins, carhe Sunday for a week's visit with Mrs. Amo? Angle. Mrs. Hilt is a Sister 'of Mrs. Angle ahd DuarVe is a TOPCOATS • • ' „, v> " ; '.' Here, at the HUB we huve very nice group b Fall f|P ' Top- coat in a nic^ range of qUality ' '•'•-'. ; -' " :•,} • • fabrics. j .u Coverts Gabardines Tweeds Large color selection— and at the present time size ranges are com- "*"«\ plete.. '^ vs • . . v M*ftdnaia a coli- of days test rhid-w6ek. Mrs. is. a niece ttf Mhs. Mdbon- ', beihg a daughter of Mr. and rs. de.dttfc CoffiH. The Gdys &yb. marde, ah ; eJite'nded trip VvilK a trailer, hayihg covered 0000 miles so far, sihce the 2lst &f;June, when they began their tirtfirary. From hdre they. 'went to the east, cbast, and will return home via Seattle ahd down the coast. ; Mr. ahd Mrs. James Slaltbnow, bf Iowa. .Falls; visited Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson a few days Idst ttrefek. Mrs. Siattetiow artd Mrs. Anderson are sisters. Frl- .day, Mrk. Ahdetsbn and children, ia'etfbmiiahied Mr. Ahder-son as far as Fort fibdge, where she spent the day with her sister and hlisb'fihd, . Mr. and Airs. H. D. Steiner, .while .Mr. Anderson went oh to Iowa Falls on a business mission.- Jerry Bob 'ridf aB Visft, tfil-r&t 61 th2, feWHIftg hbme Friday n M and Mfs. 6, Bi M. Smith df Des Molnes left Friday from Mason citk where Mr., and Mrfc W. A, fiarltf Sf. ftM tfifeen th'Sffl (0 fentrdiK for hoMte. The BSitys had BfcSftilrt tfes' Iffo'iftes' and M». Steitfi cdmd b&k. with' yi^'Tat'er bfeWg )6lMd tfy'iWf. SffliW, it hito BeeM'Hlfmfe Of jteaftJ'linM Mr. Smith ,\vas In Al- i6M,aftd'he vttii rtlUfih' lAlerftJt- dd Ift' thfe'itriny ' ln<t5rbv<Hftb«tS arid tft'Sf growth bf the td\Vhi G6- ihg back to his early yblithr he rhe-fltlBhed the late "Pftt" v Cady find the late Glen Brunson, with whom he vwas associated musicV dlly, the former having been director of a band arid an orchestra,, ol,.whjch Mr. Smith was a member. A family reunion was held Stmb-ay at the home, of Mr.- and Mrs. L. A.,Cbp|}. Those aUerid- ing were Mr, and Mrs. B. J. Butlef antt daughter " Gladys, fcdith Notch aM EWr Hotter, all of Nashua. Mi-. C6ftp, wHb shite he sold the "Reminder," has been acting as relief station depot agent, is now Ideated at N6w Hamp'tori. He stays with Mrs. Copp's relatives at Nashua and wa's here for the day. Mrs. CojJp spent' last week at Nashua ivith him. Mr! Copfc> was an agent for 25 years before coming to Algona, arid was sent to" Spencer for the, first six months after selling his business here. With the shortage of agents, hevfads beeh hired as relief man, am goes from one station to alnother, when the' regular employes are on Vacation. {|«Mtt^diirt»3f»jf,M...... >«. yiiuf p(«6 ftr.tfrtrffli JH.i.Ji l*t,i,!itile Kleenif*. ftM*. m U M& A . ctfiWe, o((i f fe«h sparkf* ItkrAetoJM-.- tbdiy,;,'ar ,kte4>W'..o| J 9 Siffiplf, wrlH Kej«Ae Aredi lothftsM Jl.Kl.Vt r »'!' If YOU fit 'D due to MONTHLY LOSSES-* YdU girls Ahd woniert whti lost BO Auch dfcrlng .mbttthly p6rl'ode that yoU art pale, feel tlrfid, *eAk, 'dragged out' — this may ba due t6 Inck of blood-Iron. Sd start right nfrfty—try Lydlg.E. mkhrUA'i TABLETS—one otthe Beat nnU bulqfcest Homo ways to belli build U(J red bloOd to get more strength nnd energy—in such casfcs. Plnkham's Tablets Are bnfe ol the greatest blood-iron tattles you, ban buy. Just try them for 30 days—tn'ea see If you, too, don't reihnrk- ably benefit. „ tMnkham's Tablets ntje 1 alsol fainous td relieve monthlyfraln, due to femAle fun'otlohal. monthly disturbances, HEAb THE WANT AD& •teWCZ^^tfb Double and single breasted. All sizes. Cotton prliits and dress-up : styles., All sizes. COATS Shetlands and tweeds. All sizes. Wools, eabardines, leathern Alt sizes. TRMSlRS SUITS Pojlular styles for school wear* , Sanforized cottons; wool worsteds, gabardines. JACKETS 1/3 OFF POLO SHIRTS Brushed rayons and wools at this welcome rediiqtlon'. Short or Ion? sleeves. AH sizes. SKIRTS Tweeds and gabardines for • school wear, ,', Long sleeved. Sizes 6 to ll. SWEATERS SOCKS ONE 1 ATO TABLE AT "*" lire's Short or lon«r length. All sizes. SHOES $960 $30 to $45 KNITSHORTS leuthold * WtlU*tt|4

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