The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1946 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO- UPPER DES MOINES. AfcdONA IOWA. ' ...r.-'i..,.,,..... MM. Marie Pederson enjoyed n visit Sunday from hor two torolhors, John, Alfred and B. Oscar Horberg, both of Minneapolis. They were on their way to Dayton. They also stopped here I Wednesday when they returned. Mrs. Peel irsen had not soon them j in several years. She also has twin ' brothers, F. Gustnv and Carl W.' Horberg, who are believed to be in Alaska at the present time. She has not seen them since 1911 when thby left Algona. Mr. and Mrs. C. 3. Shlpler and Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Carney returned Thursday from n fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Dean nnd Don Sjogren, Everett and Dick Keith, and Bill Stebrit/ drove to Dos Moines Friday to attend I ho stale fall'. . NO. 1G OF A CENTENNIAL YEAR SERIES Presenting / The Farmers of Kossuth County Andrew Th omsen Having conic tn Knssulli from near Amos, Iowa some 32yrars IIRO, Andrew Thomson owns 180 acres and rents another 120 near l.one Kook—half a mile south and l'/o miles west, to lie exact—ami for those twenty- two years has lived on (lie same jilace. In the Thomson family there are two daughters and a son. One daughter, '.It, is now a nurse, while the other, 17, is nU'mliiifV school at 'present. The son, IS, is on the farm, ami claims jokingly that his Dad is '.'working the stuffings" out of him. The Thomson son, incidentally, luitl some prize* ralves in the county fair 4-H dull show. Andrew says his corn, oats and beans all look pretty good this year, although ,1 windstorm laid the corn down somewhat, and he expects a small loss in picking. Mr. Thomson fools that things will foe pretty fair for the next few years, but it's no time to be anything but on the cautious side. IOWA FACTS Of the 100 skilled labor crafts in the United States, !)8 of them are represented in Iowa Industry. Property Improvements Loans are one of the many items handled by this hank. They may he residential, business or farm. Come to this bank—tell us your requireihents and let us arrange the best kind of loan for your needs. IOWA HTATH RALPH MILLER, President HAROLD CULMORK, Cashier ROY MeMAIION, Asst. Cashier Hole Cobbler Is o Better Won Tlwn o SStk King" if Through the years many wise men have emphasized the true richness of glowing, vibrant health. No one has summarized the almost universal recognition of the value of health better than Bickerstaff, who said, "A hale cobbler is a better man than a sick king." The chief job of the physician and the pharmacist is to keep you well. To this end both arc educated, equipped, and dedicated in purpose. As pharmacists, we we belter prepared than ever before to serve the health needs of this community. We invite you to inspect our modern prescription laboratory. THUENTE PHARMACY PHONE ?52 ALGONA IOWA if fifmii Jui c/ IL *• A* Mr. dnd Mrs. Craig Vinson went to Chicago last Sunday and visited friends several days. Mrs. Ernest Anliker underwent an operation for tumor Saturday morning in the St. Joseph Mercy hospital at Mnson City. L. M. Osierbauer returned io his home in Ottawa, 111., Saturday after spending several days here with his sister Ann Fech- nor. LaVonne Boderius returned to her home in Bancroft recently after a lew days visit with her aunts, Rosa Barto and Dora Bier- stedl. Everett Keith, son of Mf. nnd Mrs. Harry Koith, is home following his discharge from the U. S. Navy at the separation certler in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. William Osness and two children of Fuldn, Minn., spent Sunday here with Mr. Osness' sister Mrs. K. D. Long and family. Mrs. W. W. Bailey, the former Mnroa KeHlh of Ardmore, Pa., came Wednesday for a ten-day visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Keith. Mrs. James Reid of Bariles- ville, Okla., arrived Wednesday to visit hor mother Mrs. E. J. Hodges. Mr. Reid will come after her* Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson of Des Moines spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs. Dickinson's sister, Mrs. A. Hutchison. Mrs. Cleve Barton was operated on Saturday for goitre. The Bartons went to Iowa City the first of Inst week for examinations prior to the operation. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthus were the Rev. Nelson of St. Peter, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. James Nyman and Fridolph Soderbcrg, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Pollard and daughter Claudia went to Fail City, Neb., recently to visit Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pollard a few days. The men arc brothers. Oito Callies returned Thursday from Iowa City, where he reentry had major surgery. He is convalescing at the home of liis daughter Mrs. Sum Medin. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crilly and Norma returned last week from a western trip through the Badlands, Yellowstono Park, Seattle, Wash., Portland, Ore., Salt Lake Utah and Colorado. L. D. Presion spent the weekend in Winlersel visiting his parents and brought home his son Bruce, who has been spending the summor with his maternal and paternak grandparents. Mrs. Carson Taylor and son Charles, of Austin, Minn., spent the weekend with Mr.'and Mrs. A. L. Long. Mrs. Taylor is the former Arbn Dee Long. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Long are also visiting at the parental home. Mr. and Mrs. L. J Doyle went to Sioux City, Thursday, for a check on Mr. Doyle's hand which was crushed in a feed mill several weeks ;i«o. The hand Is healing nicely but it. will he some time still before he can go to work. HERE'S WAY TO euiioup. RED 61000 to get more STRENGTH * if you lack BLOOD-IRON! You girls nnd women who suffer so from simple anemia that you are pale, feel tired, weak, "dragged out" —this may be due to lack of iron in the blood. _. s ° start right away—try Lydia E. Pinkhnm's TABLETS—one of the best nnd quickest home ways to help build up red blood to get more strength and energy—in such cases « Pinkham's Tablets are one of the greatest blood-iron <* -tonics you can buy. Just try »"T> them for 30 days—then see flRS/i, if you, too, don't remarkably j>*^ benefit. All drugstores. «> _ lydia E. Pinkham s TA81CTS FARM MACHINERY • OR BRING m YOUR WORK HODMAN REPAIR SHOP JASPICIALTY ^ j| AU WORK m ^ GUARANTEED m On Me Corner Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shiefk and children nro expected home to- tiny from Kenosho, Wis. Where they visited their parents for n week. Arlene Mniern came from Des Moines luat .Saturdny ntlcl hrts been Vncnlioning with' Her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, L. A. Mn- tern, The following Saturday the- Mnterns, with Arlohe, went to northern Minnesota to enjoy n week of fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Merjz of Union township returned T^hnrstlny from n trip to Chicago, bubnquc, ;incl other points. They were accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. peter Dahlhnuser nnd son, James Marvin of Whitlemoro. 1 Mr., and Mrs, Richard Morton left last Sunday for a ' ten-doy vacation in the Black Hills nnd Denver, Colo. During their ab- ence their little daughter Sari is being cured for at the home of her grnndpnrenls, Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Norton. Edwin Cady, who has been visiting his aunt nd cousin Mrs. Elsie and Evelyn Cndy, went to Mason City Monday, and after a brief visit there with real lives, and with friends at Clear Lake, returned to his home in Houston, Tex., Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt went to Victor, Sunday, to attend the wedding, Sunday evening, or Esther McGhay to Rdberl Edelin of Brooklyn, In. Miss Me- Galiay is a sister of .Mrs. Pratt. Mrs. Prntt remaincd; ; .{jt Victor for a few dnys visit. ,•..;>.'• ,'• Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall left Friday for Webster City, where they joined Mrs. MeCa.ll's sister .ind husband, Mh tatid '• Mrs. '•'rank Schroeder and 'JeM next lay for Del Norte, Colb'.l jtb' visit'! the ladies' brother, Djb,(iiBj Eich- -•nrodl, who is soriouB^ifj. ; -i fBWl f Mfs. A. Mi Lemkae of ton and MrS. Andrew Jaansert of Algona visited wHh Mr.t,' ^ed 'Vill of Unkm towrrBlii^ list ftl- day, Mr. and Mrs. WilHam Norman and son Blllie nnd daughter Barbara spent last WCGK visiting hero with Mr. Normnn'i mother, Mrs. Oscrtr Nnrmnn. Tha family is from Enid, Okln., where. Wil- linm is erflployed by Swift & Co. Mr. and Mrs MArlaH FJankl are parents of their "first son, John Harhin, born Friday morning nt the • Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Weight 0 Ibs. 12 ox. The Frankls also have two daughters, Diane and Virginia. Mrs. Frankl is the former Jenn- ctto Sterling. Dick Keifh, Everett Keilh, and Dean Sjogron' went Thursday evening to Sutherland, Where they played with the Sutherland band in'a concert Under the di"- rection of Harriet Keith, who is supervisor there, Dick, Everett, and Hnrrict are children of Mr. and Mis. Harry Koith, The. Harry Winkies were pleasantly surprised Sunday afternoon when Jack Bollinger of Akron, Ohio, and his brother Clarence dropped in dn them. Clarence is from Argentina. i He has been with the Goodyear Rubber Co. 40 years and 20 years of thnt time he has 'been in South Amer- icn. They arc cousins of Mrs. Winkie. Mrs. F. A. Corey is returning Friday from Seattle, Wash., where she spent . the summer with her daughter Mrs. E. R, Herzog and family. The Her- x.ogs will bring her home by car, stopping en route at Yellowstone Park. .;,-;•. Harold Falkenhainor cf Ames spent the weekend in Algona visiting .,-his sistcr_ Mrs. H. W. Plctch;'|0nd other "relatives and friends;' Harold is -with the Public Rortds,Administration and until recently has bepn located in Wnshiriigton, D. C. Lwt Band Concert Thurtday, Aug. 2$ Final band concert o! the 8689* ort will be held tit the swimmings ipoOl park this Thursday evening a 8 o'clock. •.'.,.' The concert ntimber ofi the program follow: March —"14?th Field Artillery' 1 Overture -i^.^—** ^Lutespiel" Keler Bela Selection .-...L/'Shdw fiottt' Spahlsh March .^.u— ^.»~.. _u..—^.."Spattish Soldlefy" Gavotte —.^.....Jj "Petite' Lake ' Sorenode."A Moonlight Melody 1 King Waltz "L'Estudtnntlna 1 WaldtetifeF March *. "Jolly Coppersmith" Peters Idyll- "Evening Breez' Langey Selection—"Victor Hei'berl's Favorites. March "Chicago Tribune" Chambers Mrs. Nell Lupin of Bancroft returned last week from California, where she went two months ago to attend the wedding of her granddaughter, and was a guest for a few days at the 'home of her sister, Mrs. Otto Sdhmidt 'before returning to her home. Lucille Black of San Antonio, Tex,, leaves Thursday for 'home after a two weeks' visit with her mother Mt's. .James Black. She drove to, Algona with 'her uncle and Wife,-' Mr; and : Mrs. Ralph Smith, and their son• of Sari .Ah- gelo, who .are'visiting local relatives. / •• : • Henry Scheppmann attended the Lutheran Conference at Lake Okoboji the first of last week. Mrs. Scheppmann also went along but visited her sister, Mrs. Will Meyers, at Round Lke. The Scheppmann «son Jueroy is now' stationed at Pearl Harbor. Leroy is a chief petty officer in the navy. Mr*. jRaymofl Menfy A daughters tPfltjr and Katfty, left Saturday ,for •• Marinettel Wis., llaVihg 'Concluded a three -Weeks! VWH With her molhei 1 Mrs.- Ruth >Har)an, Mr. Henry has bbeh in Milwaukee on»a business misaibri' and will moot Mrs. Henry at Madison. , ,". Mrs. Bam Foster, mother of Kenneth Roster, arrived, last! week fforrtf Los Angeles./ Calif.) and -will now make her horrt6' IK Algeria. Beverly May, daughter of the Kenneth Posters, is a patient >at the Kossuth hospital, having had nn appendectomy last Tuesday. LeRay Maihtson, with -Mrs. Mathison and their two sons wort weekend visitors at the home of Mrs. Mathison'S parents, Mr, and " Mrs. Charles Kuctiynkn. Mr. Malhison, graduate of Algona high school,,'.is rt^BTJ'/.rjfTOKW Dbw 1 , ,w? » si,* PMX, to,; course jrt ,ct>tmfo|rdal .Him.-... after 'leftfifiig Algdrta^fltt,^ to the win Cities,' , erids,Messy urrnfu, wusnlno. /U«f bat your PW»,W Mldnu m • gi«s of w»tsf, add a little Kl«cnltt. Ve«to btaini dU>,. coloratlom and denture odors dlupiUMl 1 . •ftur t«6fh SbafRie like hew. <vsk >/our drug- olSt today W yiWnite. Or for qwiefout fret Ssrhpls, V/r're Kolsno Products CdjD., Rochll«{*rll,M. V. ENJOYING THE BENEFITS OF HOMEGUARD INSULATION Year after year the list is growing of tain uniform temperatures in Winter, satisfied users of Homeguard Insulation. More and more folks, neighbors of yours, are installing this feather- light, fire-resisting insulation.. Many of them have already saved more in fuel costs than the whole insulating job cost them, and their savings will continue indefinitely, in addition these home owners are abl.e to main- and their homes are 10 to 15 degrees cooler in the Summer. You, too, can enjoy these benefits of an insulated home. Write, phone or call for a free estimate. There is no obligation whatever, and we are sure the amount quoted you will be a pleasant surprise. ALGONA Floyd Bode Harry Bode R. S. Lee Calvin Bode Mary Zeigler Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll C. Priebe Jens Sorensen Russ Sfiipler S. II. Striley David Gouge Dong Wildin LONE ROCK Willis J. Cotton SEXTON Arthur A. 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