The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1946 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 20, 1946
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s , Alia 20, IIRTHD1Y DINNER iTLUVERNEHOME %rne: A. dinner was held y" at the country home of r. antf Mrs; ittilph Cotisoef hon- lflttf.jJha 'birthdays- at- William 1 imbnslsn,; Edward-" K-lassi; Earl wiueriV. MtSii Harold' Wolf; and r. attd. Mrs.vGonsoer. Those.; attending: the/ dinner ere Miss .Mario Patterson' o£ hicagp, 111,,, Mr., and- Mrs. Wil- arri ;§(nimiseh of Emmetsburgt, r. and Mrs. Robert Sanford and Kaiighter of Ellsworth, Mr. and rs: Fred ; $ricksott: of St. Bbne- liet, Mr. tfM'M%. Mlirord'Mc- Peak and Miss Mildred McPbak of Renwifik, Mr, arid -Mrs. Haf- old Klassi and son Ronnie and •Edward Klassi of RenWlck, Mr. and Mrs. s John Thompson and son Robert of Corwith, Mr. and. Mrs. Milo Patterson and family r Mr. and Mrs. Guy GiddingS and Junior, Mr. and Mrs. ffarold Wolf and- son Richard, Mrs. Edith Smith and Mi's. Aflna Swi- gei*, all of LuVerne. .AI.GONA UPPKft DES MOINES, ALGONA On Bam Dance Show At Fair Seriously 111 ,-••••' Lu Verne: Shirley Will, sjttall daughter of MV& Theresa will, was taken-'tb- the Lutheran"Htfs- pital in Port Dodge, where slie underwent, an operation- Wednesday. It Is reported', that H&f condition is very serious. FA*M WIRING APPLIANCE REPAIRING WIRING OF ALL KINDS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINC YOU AWAVS DO WELt AT S&L! •• EXTR A LONG WEAR'. • Choice of leather or cord sole. • Expert : Goodyear'welt^ i • Grain leather insoles. . • Toiigli, pliable relan uppers* . ANOTHER S&L VALUE! Attention! • Farm Workers • Tr«pfe Drivers • Dairy Workers & Factory Men \ •' Hunterv Ftshqrmen Sportsmen HEAVY O.D.. HERRINGBONE TWILL Utility lockets ***&*»& W * *H»A^ .aMfl**-., *\ *^A9f* g&L'SLOW JIMtoE 1 JAMES, above,'will be remembered by WLS Barn Dance trans;foPhis-workiwd'th the hayloft gang-prior to the war. He was recently discharged'from the army air corps. Ho is 30 years of age, and Has Had experience in musical comedy work and vaudeville, before going into radio; Heimakes a sbecialty of pantomime, and plays the banjo, guitar and trombone. He will toe part of the program on the WLS Barn Dance Frolic, afternoon and evening at the Kossuth Fair, Thursday, August 1 22. ' -• • METHODISTS HOLD EBECTION ( LEDYARD Ledyarcl: The 4-H Quarterly Conference! was hold at tho JViethodist church last Wednesday evening with Dr. Earl BUr- gess of Algonn, Dist. Supt., pro- siding. Reports of j.ho past year were given and new 'officers 'elected as follows: Trustees, D. A. Carpenter, N. A. Pingel, George Thompson, Harold Horzog and Wilson Brack; recording' steward, V/m. Stltbbn, Communion Steward, MfS. D. A. Carpenter, lay dole- gale, Fred Dutlon. Mrs. 'Georj/e Thompson was elected us the alternate delegate to attend the annual conference at Eagle Grove September !!). Following the business meeting lunch was served in thn basement honoring the birthdays of Dr. Burgess and Rev. Gass. Rev. and Mrs. Gass left Thursday to begin their work on the new charge at Laurel. There were no services in the Methodist church/on Sunday but there will be services Sunday, August 25, with a supply pastor Slumber Party At LuVeme On Monday Lu Veme: Mrs. Herman Schul2 entertained six girls at a chicken supper and'slumber party Monday evening. Those attending were Delores Lund, .J annc and Jolene Sanford, Blythe Larson) Adene Meyer and Doris Gronbadii The birthdays of Mrs. Sehulz's two daughters Jean and Betty, also-Delores Lund and Joanne and- Jolene Sanford were celebrated with the exchange of gifts. Move Td ftfeS M&ittes i Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Ohnesorge, moved Thursday-to D'es MbitteS) where they have purchased a home. The Ohnesorges lived in Des Moines prior to moving to- Algona a year or so ago 'Wheri they purchased the Barker Drug! Mr. and Mrs. George Myers iOf :the Myers Cafe are moving into thb Chrischilles apartment vacated by the Ohnesorges. 6ns on Stomach ,," Relieved in 8 minute* or ' double your Money back ttlltn rSfi-M itnmnrh Mlcl.oilmrtl Imlnffil, "SlrtfWti; Inj Rili, «nii"it»ni>di niul lifnnlinfn, cMmnri tmmllj nrpxt-pflic th£ ffls(rHt>ltftln8* meiHclm'T knwm frtr VymlfftnwiJr'fMlPf—IHMlHhrti IHWthit* In MT'illl* Tnlirefs. Nn Inxntlvp. TMI-nm brinm Pnmfml In n 'jlffjr fir ilnubli! your mnncy linrk on rplnrn nf untile* in iiv-S.'ic at all ilrufZRlsts. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THIS NEWSPAPER REACH OVEft 4,1 Ob FAMILIES EACH ISSUE. BAKKEN'REUNION HELD AUGUST 11 Bode: The Bakken-iamily reunion' took place in Call Park, Algona,, Sunday afternoon); August' 11' at 1 o'clock^ Families present" included: Mr. and'Mrs. Oliver. Bakken and' son Kenneth of Algona, Mr. and' Mrs: Glenn Bakken and children, Virgil, LaVonne and Ruth Ann; Keister, Minn.; Arlo and Jeannie Ellingson, Thompson; Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Mittag, Dick and Judy of' Lakota; Mr> and Mrs. H; E. Skaugstadj Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Bakkenji. Mr. and Mrs., Andrew Eee;, Mrs; Albert Opheinj;. Alvin ;Bakken;., Edwin,* Richard; Ph'yl- ;lis, Arlene; liaVonne and' Bobbie all of. Bode; Bill Seaman, Renwick; Mr. and: Mrs. Miles Tor- g^rson and- sons Dennis- and Merle of Ottosen; .Mi-, and Mrs. ..,r- Patricia; Gowap ; i,of Algona, and'Mr. and'Mrs..Merle Opheim, Merle Jr. and'Linda, of: Bode. Buys-Swiss Bull Albert- Baas of Burt recently purchased a registered Brown Swiss bull, Grants Ferdie, 7314G, from Wallace E. McArthur of Irvingtonj Will Ryan Purchases Home In Wesley From The Hauptlys Wesley: Mr. and' Mrs. Will Ry : an of Titonka purchased the residence now ' occupied by the Urban Neuroths from Mrs. Will and Mrs. Elmer Hauptly and will move in 'as soon as it is vacated. Ryan is putting up a 40,000- egg hatchery on Main street here just west of the Leo Bleich.-garage. The Ryans have three children one to be in the fourth grade at the Parochial school and one in the second and the other three years old. BE THERE! AUTO COMING Fair Grounds LABOR DAY Sponsored by ALGONA LIONS CLUB IT PAYS TO GET GENUINE Factpry- WE SELL Genuine CHEVROLET PARTS PARTS For reiiiij'ipg your Chevrolet car or truck, insist on getting •gcmiinc< (lifts . . . made expressly for Chevrolets to tHe standards Jtiid specifications of the original parts ... It stands to'reason that Chevrolet engineers know what's best for the vehicle they design. And a part made to fit a number of makes may not be so good for one particular make as tHei part designed for j,hat.onc make alone. / :• Fan Belts, for instance . . , Different yearly-model Chevrolets have different-size pulleys with different V- ,, angles—so Chevrolet has a particular belt for each model—just any belt won't do. (In tests, genuine Chevrolet belts have .stood tip ?.y> times as long as non-genu- : ' ine belts.) AS WITH FAN BELTS, SO WITH OTHER PARTS — IT PAYS^TO USE GENUINE CHEVROLET PARTS Don Nelson Gheyrolet Sales and Service V (Across Street from Post Office) Joe Harig GOOD WAGES REASONABLE HOlfRS APPLY TO MANAGER SIMPLE EFFICIENT CAULKING GUN AT NO EXTRA CHARGE WITH PURCHASE OF 10 CARTRIDGES AIRTITE CAULKING COMPOUND 2.85 Storm Sash and Screen', Hangers. 2 pr. 25c Screen Door Springs'. ..So Door Hinge Spring ISo,, T. Hinges, 3' ifo Strap Hinges^S".=,*,„„.., M loV* Glazier Points 5c, Elastic Glazing ComppundflTc " Weather Pak' Caulking. "***' ^ . Compound 29c' ' Reg. 29c each • All you need for a complete caulking job! • Seals cracks and holes around windows, showers, walls, boats,, -etc., ,j- '--•> ** ~ t-.?\> •"Does- not shrink, or* .crack and takes paint well. Any item mentioned in this ad in a .combination offer it 1 available to the purchaser in- ' dwidually and separately at the-regiuar, price. WEATHERSTRIPPING FOR FRONT AND REAR DOOR WITH EACH $100 INSTALLATION OF / HOMEGUARB INSUILAT1I0N For ft limited tipie only, we wijl include weatherstripping for one front' and one rear door AT NO 13XTK4 CHARGE vyith each install led ihsulation job of $100 or more. These first nippy evenings are a reminder that winter is on the way. That means another round in the battle against? cold* homes and mounting fuel bills, A blanket of Homegfj&d; Insulation around your home will assure'you of full returns oft^our fuel investment this winter (with sewings up to 1 4) andj provide com' fortable, even temperatures in your home at all tiri^, Thjs light, fluffy insulation puts no strain on the building and. non-wnducting, vermin*repellent qualities make ik r la,ting material. Come in-and ask for a free estfaiate p| the cpiflif J?p obligation whatevw

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