The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 13, 1946
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iCHIHIRY IONE >ft FOUR WORK B MUM >AIR , A SPECIALTY is «i» ALL WORK GUARANTEED Me Conner Milwaukee Depot IMPLEMENT CO. CONCRETE MIXERS Smoll portable type COMBINATION STOCK AND HOG TANKS With built-in fountain. HYDRAULIC MANURE LOADERS Horn, Caswell, • General and Lion Now in :'Stookv'•. STEEL GATES in AH Sizes BELTS and BELTING Anthony Steel Flare WAGON BOXES $107.50 HAMMER- MILLS All Sizes Both Case and Harvey ' ' j-- -f . SCOOP SHOVELS They're. Made - (o Last GOOD BARN ROPE % inch H inch % inch CANVAS TARPAULINS For Fl»re Wagon RO^M Measure $*}? f*«t Book Your Orders .ALCJONA WPfiR '* 1* ,' Algona Woman Also Has Copy of 1863 "Wallpaper Gazette" , ' Mrs. ftobeH t. MCfJdnneif of Alfrona also,has a copy of the ''Wallpaper Gazette", last newspaper issued at Vlcksburg. Mlss^befoife that city fell to Union jforces in the Civil War. Mdlhes »jf Dr. ft. JT. >drbes of Sweft IDiifr havlri* sUqh i cop|. . !i r il 1 ^ 0 ^" 6 - ?H'U* ri Sne looked through sonic family helrlorims and fbuhti her own c6p>. j ,t^ h ? Mp>f «"»* published Juijr 2, 180S, but had a fdotnote date -ifijl* 4, fcAylHi? Ifie city had fallen and that this Issue was the end of the newspaper and also the starvation" period for those In the city. ^ne/'jlW'•>' % l» bame front Mrs. McConMcll's grand* n f'W. Westwick tt? Galena, III.* Avhlch was also the i town of General anil President U. S. Grant. S, AL«OMA fdWA MEET THURSDAY Pdrtlnrid: fhe Portland Prog ess club is.;to rrieet Thursday Aug. 15, .With Mrs. Verhon Lai serf. Assisting hbr will be Mes dames Will. Grover, HowSfc •rtarks and Clifford Ringsdor The ladies whd' have trays a home to redecorate arc asked t please tariff them at this meet frig.' ' ' Erilehain at Dinner . Mr. aria-Mrs., Earl Miller en tertained at dinner Sunday Guests wete Mr. and Mrs. Chas Sevef and'small : s'ph of'Detroit Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Vern Bar ker of Bode, and .Mr. and Mrs John C'ox of Algqha. ; MoslB to 30 Guests :'Mr; and Mrs.-Hownfd Sparks recently ^entertained 30 guests ai their hprne\itv.honor of;,aatmi .arid Uncle f,who;were here froir Opkdafc; Calif- -^ '•.'•••',,''• •" :\ i •• Mrs,, ;Wi ; =W, ; « White ; bf ' -Iowa Ealte'-, and' I V '• ^girlhood. f ilieittl ; of Chicago,:- Wtere Ivlsltbrs •••Saturday at the Ray McWhprter farm. Mrs. F. A. Ririgsdorf and daughter Student Nurse Marearet returned Tuesday after a week with the 'daughter, and husband living at Detroit, Mich. Margaret is to return to her duties at Mercy hospital, Des Moines, Wednesday, August 14. Cemetery Af.s'n At Lii Verne Has Picnic LuVerne: The Cemetery Association; met. Thursday afternoon in the city hall for its regular monthly meeting with a good ^attendance. The meeting was in the form of a picnic and a covered-dish luncheon was .served. Hostesses were' Mrs. Grover Rehtz, Mrs. Archie Sari- ford and Mrs. John Ruger. The next reguWr meeting will be held September 12 with Mrs. Cai-1 Schip'Ull, Mrs. Henry Pergande, .Mrs. Emilie Pergande and Mrs. Marie Stoddard as • hostess- fcs.-' ••'•''.«'•,. • • - ' •• ••? Ktvthryn'Rae' and 'Allen Crok- ei- of East Chicago, Ind., were weekend guests at the home Of 'their grandparents Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Hagist. Miss Flbrence Hof let Tuesday for Excelsior Springs, Mo., where sjie will receive treatment 'at a hospital - there. She expects ,t,o be gone two weeks. .''. The Presbyterian Ladies Association met Wednesday afternoon at the . cotmtry home " of Mrs. Guy Trauger with a jjery good attendance. Mrs. Marguerite Smith of Minneapolis arid Mrs. C. D. Myers of Flasher, N; N., .were guests, for the afternoon. Mrs. Trauger, vice president of the association, ha'd :harge . of the.., business meeting In the absence' of the president Mrs. Walter Engel. Mrs. Fred Hagist had charge of the devotional period. Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Petet.Ruberg, Mrs. James Trauger and Harriet Ruberg at the close of the, meeting. The next meeting will be ; held August 21 at .the home-6f Mrs!, 'Walter En' ' ' '•- • Mrs* Norma Walker Hostess August 8th To 4-Gorners Club Four Corners: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Norma Walker, Mrs. Bern/ice Shaw assisting. There were 18 members and three visitors present. The next meeting will be held Sept. 12 with Mrs. Gladys Eisenbarth and Mrs. Euphamie Jensen assisting, Visit in Wisconsin Mr. rind Mrs. William Draytori left for a visit week Thursday with the former's brother 'and wife Mr. and Mrs. Horaye Drayton at Stbughton, Wis. Jraw Baling Done Herbert Wallace, snn-in-law of the Ray Smiths, baled straw for them Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. Mrs. Wai- j lace and daughter Karen Kay spent the time with her mother. Frances, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, was sick the early part of this week. Philip Baker, who is visiting •elatives and friends here, was a Wednesday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich and fam- ly. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich spent a week ago Sunday afternoon at Fairmont. They attended part of the ,water carnival being held :here. Mrs. Ear] Gapoa spent Friday it the parental Edward Rich lomo doing some canning. Earl and brother John were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin and fune were last Sunday dinner ruests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, Whittemore. June, daughter of Mr. and Mtrs. John Sabin, spent part of he latter week with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rex wansdn, Whittemore. Mrs. Violet Walker and son Vern. Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin md Philip Baker spent all day Monday at the home of Mrs. thdda Dunn and family of Scar•.Mrs.: 1 William' jtlc)i:"sp^n 1 t ^11 'hursday with Mrs. John Sabin. 'he two ladies 'our Corners attended Mothers the anc daughters club in the aftei> oon. Ex-Bode Resident, 'has. Merryman, Dies Bode: Sunday morning, Aug at 9:30 funeral services were eld at Humboldt for Charles ferryman, 50 years of age, former Bode resident, who died suddenly of a hejirt attack at nis home in Rutland. Following the morning service conducted by Rev. V? L. Breaw, an afternoon service was.held at his former home in St. Charles, la.y with interment at that place. He is survived by his wife, a son and daughter. Donald Behnkendorff of Bancroft, who was recently discharged^after spending nearly a year arid . a! half in the Seabees is now employed driving'a truck for his uncle Frqd Goetsch. PIRLSI Good Jobs Now Available As Telephone Operators: New and Higher Wage Rates Here's- 3n opportunity to learn an interesting, get paid while you learn. , IJnder increased ,wage ratea-, average earning ol telephone operators for a 40-hour week, after three! roohihs' experience;, now are $28.80 in Ai* gone, Earnings are even higher for a longer work iliW wage ingreaseu, too, and steady w.ork. gfjnfclwte vacations with pay, sick""" " opportunities for advance*•• -•' • '' : .*' . ,.ih lonie in and* taljt it over Chief Qjperatoi' in the Telephone Build- Bell Telephone Company I EHOLD APPLIANCES-COMING TO ^^^ "K ^| i / ^8^,^*^-;..-.: Pratt electric Co. 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You want nationally-known' products. ^ .'• ^ e That'^ why we are proud lo v llst the famous lines yoil.are'to find In this home appliance store. Many of theie lines have been witfePratt's since the day the store opened. Now things are opening up.—, new, natlonatly- known merchandise Is coming hi to Pratt's—and we lib'p^ the stream of goods soon gets eyer wider. So count on Pratt Electric in Algoife for the home appliances vou're SoUiB to need ... the FAMOUS, NATIONALLY-KNOWN TRADE-MARKED goods! For the Home Appliances You're Going to Held,

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