The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOtm_ \ .ALOONA -UHNOI BBS M0WBS, ALGONA Kleenite-ends rrwtsy, nirmful orushlne. Just put your plate of bridge in < glass of water, •add a little Kleenite. Presto' Stains, dii- eolorations and denture .odors disappear. Your teeth sparkle.like new. Ask your druggist today for Kleenite. Or for generous Free Sample, ,W(Tte Koiena Products Corp,, ftochesier 11,N. Y. KlEENITE tftp BriisWess Way MEN! do you want a new Remington electric shaver? they're back again! REMINGTON Multiple-Head ELECTRIC SHAVERS The DUAL $15.75 With T\vo Shaving Surfaces The THREESPME $17.50 With Three Shaving Surfaces The FOURSOME $19.50 With Four Shaving Surfaces COMPLETE WITH CORD AND NEW CARIIYI.VG CASE PRATT ELECTRIC CO. LONE ROCK WOMAN INJURED IN FALL ON CELLAR STEPS . Lone Rock: Mrs. Lillian Worthington had the misfortune of falling down her ^cellar steps, Thursday evening. During .the evening her daughter .Mrs. Merle Jorgenson of Ledyard and daughter came and 'took her ito a -.doctor Friday morning, "She received several cuts and 'btuises and a sprained ankle. She -returned home with her daughter, Friday, to spend a few days. 'On cOalf-Buying Trip Ten men, including Tlalph 'Thompson, Andrew Thomson. Clinton Decker, Jr.. Hurlburt, Orniie Behrends, Jack Quinn, Edw. Blanchard, Albert Hutehinson, .Henry Scht-ocder and John .Johanneson, drove to Garner, Mason City, Manly, Albert Leo, Minn., and Austin, Minn., to buy club calves. -Delbert Blanchard has been sick the last two weeks with the mumps. Billy Thomson of Grand Forks, N. D,, is Visiting at the home of his uncle, 'Andrew Thomsen. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ev/oldt and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schrbeder attended the 'Spencer •fail- Wednesday, i ": Mr. arid Mrs. Elmer Pel-son and family' s.pent Sunday afternoon visiting-Mr. and ;Mrs. Tom Trenary at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. ^Fred ^Genrich spent last weekend at the home "f Mr. and Mrs. 'B. Sanders at Benson, Minn; Mrs. I. W. Nelson spent Wednesday nipht and Thursday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Cora Bacon at Algona. Vera Party Will Try to Reach God's take Near Hudson Bay Vofa'is a mtui of nation. « ;He ftbt vitally .Interested hi a series <tff -10 ftrtldles'Oh airln to X3ofl!s "Lake, 4SO wiles .north nf Winnie*, made by .Tack Connor, Minneapolis Sunday Tf tbunc outdoor editor, and dC- .-dictofl ito make ithc \iry 'himself. a»ast week, Frank, ilncomw»ny -with Ws son Ted, >hts daughter Elvic, and Elnlne Rtfhmstodk, >feft<for a trln tvhWh lie ihqpes \\flll 'trtkc 'them to. or, almost 'to Ood'aljrtke, which Is only a.short'rtlstnnoe^onth'Of Hudson Bay i • (The expedition invAparad itself >wltlt steeping .bags,' guns for .protection, nnfl all (the (necessities .for camping in .the open. They (previously obtained full information ami maps .from the ^Canadian '{Tourist Bureau, and Intend, to ihlre guides .from the .off snot." nt the north .end of 'Lake .Winnipeg. They will .ffo as ,far. as possible by car.ithen start -by. canoe and portage route. Frank rays that Connor's stories of catching :l*ke 'trout with six smallest weighing 150 ilbs. ikentihim from sleeping- nights, and he's going to find out for himself. If the world's biggest <lak«>. Ifish art; there, Frank and his party ftlan on find" .ing them. Sffck a* a Whlstf• Cute as a Button TroffiCfitopping liltlt numbtr rtiot rolti ttpeot glancoi. -A ivil laih- ioned with gentle dreiimaktr dtloili . . . iolumn-ilim (Ix-lront »kirt . . . super metallic button!. Perfectly lig- uitd in 100% wool gaberdine . . . powder blue, green,, grey, black or brown . . . for you who wear junior siies 7 la 15. Style No.-2377 $4950 CHRISTENSEN'S "Algqna's Style Center" —Galvahized- "ROLL-AWAY Twin LAUNDRY TUBS A New Shipment in for You Who Need Them Two Tubs As A Single Unit S11.95 On Easy-Rolling • Casters Roll Them Whepe You Want Them Phyllis Jackman of Ames spent from Wednesday night until Thursday nt the home of her Sister, Mrs. 'Wm. Knoll nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Basbinger and family of Pasadena, Cali., (tome Tuesday evening to visit nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig attended a farewell party Thursday night for Mr. and Mrs. H. F. C. Mueller. . Mrs. Richard Biustow of Hurt and Mrs. Eric Seegebarlh were Tnursday dinner guests at the homo of \h.i\f sister Mrs. Paul iOlson, Burt. • Mr. and Mrs. Emery Averill and family of Mankato, Minn., spent Monday afternoon visiting at the home of his uncle Wm. Schrader and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Simpson and Maxine -of Burt were Wednesday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harlwell and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wetzel. Wallace Hawcott of Burt and an army buddy from Minneapolis, were Thursday dinner guests, at the home of his grandparenls, Mr. and Mrs. 'R. F. Hawcott. Mr. and Mrs/ Andrew Thorn-, sen' attended the state fair last; Tuesday and Wednesda at .Des 'Moines and also visited the Victor Rogers famll at Ames on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard, Evelyn Earing, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierst'edt, , •- Mrs. Calvin Householder were 'among those • from Lone 'Rock 'W attend the. races Labor day at Algona. « Mr. and "Mrs. George Kissncr and family spent : ;Thurs t day evening visiting at the fitome of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bifenstedt. Mr., and Mrs.'Fritz BierstecltiOf Mart-- kato, Minn., spent IVionday nnd Tuesday there. . '•' i Mr. and Mrs. 'Fi'ed, Schultz and 1 Mr. and Mrs. 'Emil &raft attended the fair at Spe'riH^rli Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil; Kraft spent Tuesday night at the "Home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gade at Algeria. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Soder- quist of Waukegan, 111., and Mrs. August Eokdanl ahd granddaughter of Chicago,, 111., tt)de back with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson Tuesday night toi visit At the home of Mr. and Mrs.; Wmf Nelson. Tinus Madison has moved to Algona to work in the A1gotia< laundry, Mr. and Mrs.. Mike Droessler and two sons, Arnold .and Will .and daughter, Mrs. Mary Thompson and girl friend, all of Gretenville, la., .and Mike Koenig of Chicago, 111,, called at the home of Mrs, Kate Hawks, Sunday. Ottosen Auxiliary Of Amvets In Meeting Ottosen: The Auxiliary of -the AmVets met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Chester^Alme with 13 members -attending. tPhe meeting was closed with singing God Bless America and prayer by the chaplain. The next meeting will .be at the home of Mrs. Knut Oppedahl, October 7. boys Win Fair Awards The Wacousta .CulSs Boys' 4-H club had many entries in the .Humholdt county fair and won many blue ribbons and red ribbons. Bernard Cole received a blue ribbon , on the Berkshire boar, one red ribbon on a gill and a red ribbon on the litter. Lo.uis Jacobspn had the reserve breed Champion on his Hereford heifer. Leaders are Mike Cole and Sylvan Jacobson. > s. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Cooper were Sunday callers at the Alfred Jensen home at Rodman. Mrs. Helen Rassmuson spent the Labor Day weekend at the home of her sister Mrs. Tom Olson at Bode. Mr. -and Mrs. Chester Alme an3 daughter Shirley were Sunday afternoon callers at the J. 'M. Blanchard home at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. George .Cooper w^ro at the Clyde Coopers Sun- BRADLEY BROS. NEW Fill Your Silo 'Easier 'and 'phcappr • ' With An "OK" SILO FILLER illere's .what farmers who use it say about it; "This silo filler takes all the corn bundles two of us can throw on the feed table.". "We can fill the largest silo, \vhicli is 14x40 feet inside, for less than $3.50." TJie Outstanding farm Wagon Briggs Farm Wagon • --"7 +'.•)A ' ' * All Steehllufh-Speed Hu antfcahle Wheels— : ;er ,Wid ! Ui;is 38% Jncfic^pSp^Winar'bw Clea'rance— Easy PuJIinff'—Low Lpaclinff.^ ^ STEEL 'STOCK'TANKS HOG, POULTRY WATERERS, FEEDERS PUMP JACKS WITH MOTORS TANK HEATERS 1 USED H T. TRUCK IHC 1937 Model 14-foot Box Good Rubber Good Mechanical Condition DEALER'S CEILING PRICE LIME SPREADERS CURRI-OILERS/ JHAMMERMLLS HAMMERMIXJL JBELTS STEEL FARM GATES TRACTOR SAWS USED FARM EQUIPMENT Good IHC No. 4 Cream Separator , . . HaramermillB . . . Burr Mills ... Mowers ... Tank Heaters ... Tractor Tires ... Wood Water Tank ... (1) 2-14 John Deere Plow. SERVICE REPAIRS SALES New Idee Massey-Harris G.M^D, Trucks Allis-Chalmers Oliver DeLaval Dairy Equipment. Hydraulic "-Farm Hand" Slacker Readers. Firestone Tires Tractolube Oil ALGQNA, IOWA day ev6nina^o help-th6ia? son Pairell celebrate his ninth birthday. Mr. .and Mrs. Emfnert Bjerg of;l Ces Woines «per»t the -Labor ,day' week-end .at .the Jens Berg' home. •Sunday the ,two families drove] to Lake Okobojl. Mrs. Ernest JEnocksoft has aft' >notmeed -that <her canning group) M'ill *an .At the schaelhotise on 1 Tuesday, Sept. 10, < instead of IThtlrsday, .Sept. 12. Mr.' and Mrs. Lloyd lElston and son Elton and Mi's. Mayme Ho-; •lius -of 'Burt called at "the Eugene, Hofius and 'Knut OppeflttHl homes Sunday afternoon. *Mr. and Mrs. 'Ha'rold; Simdt and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rich-' mond of Ames returned homej Saturday evening after >vacationing for a week at Pelacan Lake,! Minn. 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper,! Who, along v/ith s Mr. and Mrs. .Ralph Copper, m Sutherland tooki a tr(p to ye'llowstone .National park and Salt Lake City; return-; ed last Tuesday evening after .being gone about-two weeks. Neil Kjeer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Egan Kjeer, had his tonsils .removed last Saturday at Gil- iinore City. He, along with his parents, spent 'Saturday and Sunday at the Mrs. Corlenia Siefkin home at Gilfnore City. Mr. and* at ba»ehtal Oliver 'Kjitupth home, fetfitiAy, <eveninj the ,B6befit, m&?fa ;imtf<oiWf6i Ta nset H8 iuHil- ed at the Jam&r Barber home at Wes't 3en.d. , , Mt and Mrs. Jolin Vinaas and €aughtef 'Jfirtice were at the TrhJfnas Rbgness .home at Thor RoglJeSS'hOrfie jvet^.ttat Kiwlard "i OppMahl. ^ Th' d|UM- m the 'j*"""*' *" near ifamboldl. |slfhttifhg Ignites Straw,; Penton! A straw stack dfl th Btll Jt-Iorshian -farnt Was strUc py lightning Thursday '^,e\<6 during the stbmv artd btirH^ -the gfou-nd.> . , .. V F O R S A iI 80 ncrfs hvT/otta Crock 'To^nsHlp close to f,lmr<j1i n,nrt creiuiiorj', whh good itmprovctneiiis. 80 norosflu WcNlriy Township close to innrket, Improvcnioftts. Hutchison & Hough | Security State JJnnk Blilg. . . Algonn, Town A TO THE WEEK'S "BEST BUYS"! USJE«OUR!LAYB¥ PLANjON AN3T GAWlVIENTspF YOUR CHOICE SWEATERS $4 Get set with a sweater selection from Woodward's. Cardigans and slipovers in all the new colors. Loner sleeves. Misses, women. > ' 'Cotton House •\ 'Dresses for 'Fall Women's sizes up to 50. $230 New selection — ohambrays, • einghams and cotton prints in heavier weaves. Short'Sleeves, i Hi-School Girls! We Have Your WHITE COVERALLS $485 BOYS single or dp^le Sizes 6 to 18. $10,90 „ IMLH Chenille Robes for Fall Days . Smart floor-length robes for 'these frosty mornings sand .nights. Fleecy'chenille. .Rose, green, maire, royal-blue. •' • +*•

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