The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 3, 1946
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r «?; BUS MOWM, ALOONA WINKLER FULLY AUTOMATIC STOKERS For Beauty, Durability, and Efficiency, the Winkler is an outstanding value in automatic, coal-burning equipment. The Winkler has no shear pin! It has extra power to crush all ordinary obstructions. Call Us For A FREE Heating Survey HEATING & PLUMBING 812 E. McGregor Phone 523VV JUST HUMANS for that lift into fall... 95 "Nice Bank You've Got. Savin* Up io Buy a B»t «nd Bill?" "Bt Yerself, I'm Qonna Buy a Piilot." ; i >>'.; i: SHOE DEPT. As seen in Charm .. . black-as- night pumps with that new high silhouette... of bright plastic patent, fine gabardine or suedene. SHOE DEPT. Stork Stops 3 Times In LakotaArea Lakota: An 8-lb. 6 oz. son was born to Mr- and Mrs. Irvin Koppen at the Buffalo Center hospital, Tuesday, August 20. He has been named Dale Irvin. The Koppens ha/e one other child, a daughter. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weaver at Ai- gona Wednesday, August 21, weighing 7 Ibs. and 8 ozs. This is the second daughter. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Peterson at the Blue Eart hospital Friday, August 23. She has been named Marilyn Jo. This is the -first child. Youths "Go Wesl" Junior Christ, Charles Hertzke and Virgil Krosch left last week for a sight-seeing trip in the west and also visited relatives at Harding, Neb., and Grecley, Colo. Lakola Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Benshaw and daughter of Mason City .were dinner guests at the Ray Hertzke home last week Friday and spent the rest of the day calling on friends here' Visitors from New York Mrs. John Steinberg and two children o^New York City were last week-end visitors at the John Heetlands. Mrs. Heetland is a sister of John Steinberg. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams, Algona, and Mr. Adams' sister of Rolfe were last week Sunday visitors at the F. G. Torine home. Last week visitors with Mr. and Mrs A- T. Buckels were Mr. and Mrs. Byron Holt of Webster ity, who were enroute to British Columbia, Can. Mrs. Ralph Sturdevant left last week Sunday for her home in Los Angeles. Her niece Betty Dundas accompanied her home and will attend high school there this year. PLASTIC PATENT PLATFORM'D and NAIL-STUDDED 185 5 That rich new reddish tone that goes with •very color! non-scuff landaU, bright as a new penny. Also in black SHOE PEPT. SHOE OEPT. : The Rev. and Mrsr R.!'F.' Holtzen and two .sons.M'.Santa' Rosa, Calif., are visiting trielr daughter and husband- Mr.' 6rid':'Mrs: ,E. H. Kramer and expec't*tp,,stay Until September 15. v. 1 ;^'!.-. The Marion KellyV.ibf Elmore and the Otto " K'ellyS; : jpf/ Qrant Center were:.recent 1 ' yisitprs at the Clyde Sanders 'hbfne .arid helped Grandma Kelly celebrate her 77th birthday..^. ,,'';'. Mrs. J- H. W-arbui-tph returned Thursday evening f irony, several days visit with -hfer "sisler I\!rs. Margaret Warbiiribn-'and the A. J. Clarks in Des Mpine's. She-also attended the^ stateJJfa'ir. The Rev. F: F,'b,arnauer returned Thursday. ..ev'eriirig from the Lutheran convention at Manson, la. Walter Sachs. r andGeo. Schrader were' deleg|tes": and attended the meeting' lasT week Wednesday. ' •' '.'."• ,, ' . Mrs. Christine . ; v*Z,phler . and daughter. Dorothy:-of •'• Fullerton, Calif., Mrs. Merle Forbes of Bancroft, S. D., and:' Walter -Christensen of Sioux Falls, ;S,>D.i were last week .visitors with Mrs. Emma Smith. "The women are sister of Mrs.: 'Srhith'and'Walter is her brother.' •;'.•'":«.'.;•;• On A Four Corners:. .Mr, /'arid , Mrs- Arthur Alexander. ...entertained Mr. and Mrs, Acijelt Meyers,'Mr. and Mrs. Fern '-Hulingr'Mrs/: Ida Nickerson, and Mr. arid ;Mrs. Louis Lowman at a 'g6ihg away party last Sunday in" honor of James Lowman. ' Jimi had 'been home on lea've from; the navy. He completed his boot training and got a 12iday.'leave. -He returned last Monday. . : .-1 Mrs. Violet -Walker, sons Vern, Merlin, and Durwood,.and Chas. Elmore took Philip Baker back to his home in Minnesota. Mr, Baker has been, visiting here. The Walkers intend to visit relation up there- : Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cowing and son Merlin Hanse,h were Sunday evening guests' . at the home of Mr. and Mrs; Edwarc Rich. Merlin is on leave for 12 days from the navy, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ga^pa and John Gappa were 1 Sunday-dinner guests of Mr. and ' Mrs', -Edwarc Rich and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ar.J. Eischcic and son Merlin spent almost week visiting with relatives in and around Carroll. Ed Rich Sr. got put : : of bed Thursday for the fjirst, tithe in a week- Mr. and Mrs. and family and Mrsv-Jim Alex ander were Thur^d^y, • evening guests of Mr. and/Mrs. Arthur Alexander. Mrs. Ida Nickerson spent from Monday until .Wednesday with her son-in-law,and'"daughtor Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alexander and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joh'h Sabin and June and Mrs. Phil Baker visited Mr. and Mrs, Jphn, Gettman and family at Garner last Sunday. '*••'' Algona Hurt In Union: Word . Mrs. George /Kjpl}l day morning/' berts, who W' arberts had been with |h'e'Joe Zankes on a tour of the' east' met with an accident while crossing the street at Pittsburgh, Pa. He was strucl? by a c> r and is in the Allegheny Qerjeral hO|« pital with a. broken pelvis. , : Ralph was in the employ of the Pioneer Seed Corn Co. an4 he and his wife reside on South Jones street. , , . Mrs. Herberts plans to remain with him for awhile until he 15 on the mend. He will • hq doi'' have tp remain there for ,§01 months- Word from the Zaii was uncertain depending on Final Rites, Whittemore Whlttemore; Funeral serviees fof Mrs- Emelle FaulstiCh, 11. were held Thursday afternoon at St. Paul's Lutheran church, ReV. Paul Weinhold, local pastor, officiated. She was the wife t)f the late Rev. William FaUlstlch, who served St. Paul's congregation for 46 year's, passing away in December, 1932. Burial was in the Lutheran cemetery beside the graves Of her husband. Following the death of her husband she weht to Milwaukee, where she lived with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll, where she passed 1 away following an illness for over a year suffered from a stroke. She leaves to mourn her death five sons, and four daughters, Walter Faulstich, Algona, Hugo Faulstich, Lone Rock, the Rev. Lawrence Faulstich, Los Angeles, Calif; Erwin . Faulstich, Celveland, O.; and the Rev. Alfred Faulstich, Long-Island'City, N. Y.; Mrs. Henry Stalbrook, Fort Dodge; Miss Euphemia Faulstich, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs- William Engelfoarth, Kansas City, Mo.; and Mrs. Charles Carroll, Milwaukee, Wis; Pallbearers were Erwin Siems, Elmer Bell, Herman Meyer, William Meyer, Chris Meyer and August Gade. Francis Spilles returned to i, Wash., Tuesday af- ing a 22-day furlough his parents, Mr. -and Mrs. Frank Spilles. *-Ollom, Burt, accompan- _,.... velyn Voigt, Algona, and _._r'. 'and Mrs. Herman Voigt of Whittemjre, left early Sunday moitn'ing-for a week's fishing and outing in northern Minnesota. Mr. 'and Mrs. L. H. Pert! and daughter Margaret, accompanied by Walter Meyer, Mr. and Mrs- Arthur Heidenwith, and their daughter Mrs. James Rosendahl and sons Ralph and Danny, were in Fort Dodge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Albrecht, Atkins, Iowa, spent from a week ago Thursday until Tuesday at the home of H. W. Behnke. The women are sisters and both men are school teachers. Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs and part of their family visited with the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Dischier at Clarinda, last week- They, also visited at Corning, Neb;, : a'nd enroute home they visited with Mrs. Maah's brother and family at Ames. Mr.: and Mrs. William Meyer, Ma'ywdod, 111., visited at the horrtd'<of the former's uncle Mr. and Mrs..Chris Meyer, last week. Jam'ds-Jfirgens, son of Mr. and Mrs^-George Jergens, signed for servicies with the Marines at Algona', ' Tuesday. He will have' to report jfor his physical examination iri about ten/days. . : .Mr.rand Mrs. Peter Dahlhauscr and'sons Marvin and James and Mr. and Mrs- Roy Mertz, Algona, returned home from a trip from Elgin 1 ,.'Ill;; where they visited at the Edwin Dahlhauser home. Mivand Mrs. K. Kleinfehn, St. Cloud, Minn., visited the past week at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spilles. Mrs. Hudla Travis and granddaughter Kay, Kcnosha, Wis., and Sylvester Ehler and son David, Madison, Wis., visited at the home of their parents Mr- and Mrs. Henry C. Meyer, last week. Mr. and Mrs. C- L. Vavanaugh returned home ' from a - trip visit from Beloit, Wis., where they visited with Mrs. Cavanaugh's sister. They also visited in Waterloo, Davenport, and Anamosa. The latter place they visited -with Mr. and Mrs. Merril> :Rawson, former 'Whittemore residents. Mr. Rawson is a guard at the Anamosa reformatory. CLUBS .... h flie-Portland Prbg- fessfclufr, August meeting was helcf 'With 1 . UfS, , Vefn&n Larsefl, Thirty] wtimen 1 , „ attended, Mrs. Ray Mc^h&f1eV>reaii a'toagaalrte article ahd held a quiz. The FaufotleHr Bisters played several guitar* duet's. Lunch Was served, -MtsvEmil Elmers was hostess to thf- Portland Service club Thursday, August 22. The ladies enjoyed a dipaly of silk and Ihv oH attifclds, mtfde In rffipatf. fhe eollec'tl'bft was seftt home by Jet?* ry Elmers who will be there Some time, Mrs. W, J\ Stewart has been m •ifr hospital, MaSon City f sinfie Wednesday, Aug. 21. It was understood'She would be there & week or ten days; Cfored, L.'A. HaflSen, Logan farmer, came out Second best In a bout with a mhd bull at his farm re" cently and la in the hospital at Council Bluffs. The 'bull turned ort him while being nioved from one 1 ttlHHJlUll - KIlUUItlllKi ,11111 uown^Fflr.ttlrtfitdly Mr, J&rtaetfJbS c6ntfc1busf(ess fcfffl titfc Bull 8bj onfed hfonV apparently thlnKfi Was dead, t ' > Lot* t>i Oats. -, Floyd l»arson,' of neaf Soldiefj 'reports that a to acre field of tSats threshed out 11SO bushels", prJiiS •bushels por acre. This ed an "all-time" high itt that afea. Any challengers? TO BUY OR SELL: You'll gd, a long way before you eattTbittef the reader coverage of Al^dfia- Upper Des Moinesi want adsl ., WANT A»S BRINGS RESULTS! Serien ','70" Club Seitatl, CM Hydra-Mafic Dfive optional at extra cost. Word of Appreciation . . . and a Suggestion, too ! We know how anxious you are to get your new ( Oldsmobile. And there's nothing we'd like better to^do, right now, than to say to every Oldsmo- '-.'bile buyer: "Your car is here. Come get itl" But frankly, it just isn't possible to do that. There still aren't enough new Oldsmobiles to go around. Due to shortages in, materials artd unavoidable limitations on production, the output of new cars still is behind schedule. And our allotments are far below the figures that we 'originally anticipated. We want to assure you, however, that every-, thing possible is being done, both here and at ' the: factory, to get your car in your hands promptly. And we'd like to take this occasion to thank you sincerely for the patient and considerate way in which you have borne with us during this period of waiting. Meanwhile, we have an important suggest ; Don't nefleet' the car you drive toda} KEEP AMERICA'S HIGHWA? The war has taught us all the importance of careful upkeep and regular -service. While you're waiting for your new Oldsmobile, therefore, be sure to take advantage of our factory- authorized Oldsmobile service program. We are offering every kind of modern automotive service—from lubrication to major overhauls. Regular, servicing of your car will safeguard yOur investment and assure you of safe, dependable transportation until that great day when your new Oldsmobile is here I Ottosen Has NewTeacherj Ottosen: The Ottosen school opened Monday, Sept. 2, with five new teachers, E. A. Holland is the new superintendent and the other new members of the faculty are H. L. Bulgren of Center Junction, principal, coach and teacher of mathematics and agriculture. Miss Hannah Johnson of Des Moines will be in structor of vocal and instrutnen tal music. Miss Evelyn Bates of Ames, who taught here last year, will instruct in science- Mr. Helland will teach typewriting and American government. The new grade teachers are .Miss Pearl Thorson of Humboldt, 1st and 2nd; and Miss Elenas Ketelson of West Bend, 8th and 9th Mrs. Adah Ranels, 3rd and 4th and Miss Sadie Peterson of Rolfe will teach 5th and 6th. The school plans to continue to serve hot lunches. The women of the community canned much food to use in the lunch pro§ ram. The school custodian will e Roy Enockspn and the three bus drivers are Qeorge Warrior, Charles Lang and Magnus Bratland. DAU GAR PHONE 165 ALGONA, IOWA IOWA ffcert is no bread like . *,i$r«ii >%*t* u&ft Two Pay Fines In Burt, Algona €*§«• Chester R. Cook, Algona, was lined $15 and costs in" the court )f Justice W. J. Pavispn at Burt, Saturday morning, on a charge pf, failing to yiefil tjxe right-p|way. In the only court case in Al^ KW o,yer the weskifiiid, , Oscar fpeter of Algona. was fined $5 ind costs in the court of Mayor Cohlhaas, Monday, on a charge ^; w£&*£j$l m MiiriT.TRYIT. COMPAR

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