The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1946 · Page 4
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UPPER Homer Bristow of Burt Takes West Bend Girl For Bride, 17th Hurt: Mrs. Clyde Bristow, Mr. nncl Mrs. Clavin Brislow ( Mr. and Mrs.'Richard Bristow and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lappe attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow's son Homer and Catherine Montag, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montag, West Bend, which took place at 8 a. m. Tuesday, September 17, at the St. Peter and Paul Catholic church at West Bond, the Rev. Graven performing the ceremony. The bridegroom was attended by his brother Calvirt Bristow. A reception and dinner for the immediate families was held at the Franklin hotel. In the afternoon a reception for a large group of relatives atfd -friends was held at the home of the bride's parents. The young couple left on a trip to Wisconsin and Canada, after which they will be at home In the tenant house on the C. W, Patterson farm. Mrs. Bristow will con- tinue her work as teacher rtf the Aekerman rural school which she has taught the past two years. The bridegroom served as a radioman in the navy about three years serving'about two years in the Pacific. Me received his discharge last December. He is a graduate of the Burt high school. Light Weight Top quality in every respect. • Specialty compounded light weight rubber ' • Fine quality deep-cltated rubber soles • Vapor welded water tight construction • Vulcanized riveted top and belt straps • Inside leg barneis itdjtut- able to fit leg $7 98 Olive Drab Color Alvina Hasse spent last Wednesday in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. W. ,T. Lockwood spent Wednesday with their son Dale in Ames. Mrs. Ray K. Hill was confined to her bed the end of last week with a severe cold. Mrs. R. F. Elvidgc and her daughter Mrs. Ed Stewart, were Fairmont, Minn., visitors Friday. Alfred Schenck spent Thursday evening at the L. H. Schenck home. Mr. Schenck plans to go to Australia soon. Kenneth Hutzel and Robert Moore Jr. left Friday for Fayelte where they will attend Upper Iowa this year. Mrs. Isabel Steward and son Merlon were*.supper guests Wednesday evening at the Mrs. Mary Steward home. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson have a new grandson, born Sep- lembre 19 to Lt. and Mrs. Vinton Ellis at Enid, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson and son 'Richard, Ringstcd, were a week ago Sunday supper guests at the Donald Rirtgsdorf home. Lorena Schwiqtert, Mason City, spent from Wednesday to last Sunday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. The fall mission festival will be held at St. John's Lutheran church Sunday. Sept. 29. Pastor Wolfran, Ventura, will have charge of the service. Mr. end Mrs. Dwight Chipman and son Miller, S. D., spent last Monday and Tuesday at the Paul Olson home. Mrs. Chipman is Mr. Olson's sister. Mrs. E. M. Davis, St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Irene Gilmors, Algona. spent Thursday with Mrs. Albert Staehle. Mrs. H.. O. Buell was also a dinner guest at the Staehle home. Mrs. G. H. McMullen, Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, Mrs. .T. L. Miller, Mrs. Clifford Holding and Lurena Wessel and Mrs. Walter Campney Government Surplus PURCHASE Water-Resist ant Black Leather Uppers Made to Rigid U. S. Government Specifications! Now! Offered to You Thru S&L at Far Below Makers' Cost! WATER-RESISTANT LEATHER HI-CUT BOOTS Full Top-Grain Leather Gusset $898 Leather Heel Streamlined Blucher Style Felt Insole for Extra Comfort Three Full Leather Soles * FOR HUNTERS * FOR FARMERS * FOR DAIRYMEN * FOR TUCKERS * FOR CAMPING * FOR HIKING * FOR WINTER SPORTS A really lucky break! ... for men who appreciate comfort in boots that are built to stand up under rough treatment. Sizes 6 to 11. Widths C, D, E! WAIT! To All Citizens of Kossuth County: \ PLEASE WITHHOLD CONTRIBUTIONS AND PLEDGES TO EITHER HOSPITAL MOVEMENT UNTIL AFTER THE HOSPITAL QUESTION HAS BEEN DECIDED BY THE FREE VOTE OF THE PEOPLE OF KOSSUTH COUNTY. The Hospital proposition will be submitted to the voters of this county in the November election. The proposed Kossuth Memorial Hospital, to be county owned and operated and locally controlled, will be open to all patients and doctors without discrimination as to school of medicine, race, or creed. THIS IS THE AMERICAN WAY. Make no pledges or contributions to either movement until this question has been decided by the voters of Kossuth County. 38* attended the Methodist coherence at Eagle Grove Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E> P. took their son Jim to Ames a week ngo Sunday, where he took' the train for Iowa City where >he Is a frseh'man in the state university. Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. Gt/«» Me- Mullen, Mrs. O. J.-F. Vogel.'Mrs. W. J. Loekwood and Mrs. Clifford Holding attended the Methodist conference nt Eagle Grove Friday. Mrs. Harold Steward and daughter June and Mrs. Paul MticaUley took Ernest Lavrenfc, to Sdc City Tuesday where h« Ms helping the J. T. Heaveys rerritictel their home. Mr. and Mrs. Melv'.iH Paber.and family were supperpiaiiests ,Sun- ciny nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schnller of West Bend Mrs. Faber is a sister of Ernest Schaller. The Robert E. Carrs, formerly or Tltonka are now living in Burt in a trailer house. He is employed-by Don Mitchell. She is a niece of Mrs. R. A. Bleic'h and they have their trailer house in the'Bleich yard. Bert and Art Philips spent a week ago Sunday with their cousins Emma nntl John Hoisen at Madelia, Minn. Another cousiif Snm Smith, Seattle, Wash., whom they had not seen for 47 years was also there. The Rev. A. G. Heddle went to Radcliffe Tuesday to spend a couple of days at the home of his daughter Mrs. Hubert Steward, 'before going to Eagle Groy.e to attend the annual Methodist conference in session there from Thursday to Sunday. Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff went to Eagle Grove Wednesday evening to spend the rest of the week with her daughter Lorena, who teaches there, and to attend the northwest Iowa Methodist conference in session there. Mr. Rie'bhoff went down Saturday night. , The C. S. Coffins received word last week that their S6n Maurice, who had 'been in Japan nearly a year, had returned to this country and spent a few hours at his home in Milwaukee, Wis., although he had not yet received his discharge. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke returned Tuesday from Mt. 'Carroll, 111., where they had taken their granddaughter Shirley Harvey on Sun- flay. She will attend the Frances Schimer college there this year. Mr. and Mars. Zanke visited in Des Moines and Davenport on the way home. Lloyd James Scherlck, who came home last week Monday from Dallas, Texas, where he was in the navy air corps, went to Cedar Rapids Wednesday .10 enroll at Coe college. Richard Bmith, Stanley Riedel. Roger Scott and Gene Geilenfeld accompanied him to Cedar Rapids. Richard, who will also attend Coe, remained there and the other boys „ returned: Thursday. ''•'"•' i Mrs. H.'O. Buell'and fier brother Will Lacey, Algona,'. left Thursday for several weekk'visit in the edst. '.They'iWeVe 1 10 visit at the home of Mrs. Buell's sister-in-law at Dunkirk, N. Y., and at the home of .Mr. Lacey's son at Springfield, Mass. Mrs. .Buell also planned to visit another slster-inlJfiw at In,. Indw,Da&M?Hireturning. who recently rhove'd" to Deming, N. _M., have,.,wrJUam,tO; relatives saying they 1 c h4vi?!(,pun:hased a home there, nndijfcp, gating nicely settled. The house is well located, being close to the church and school, as, wttll'hs the business district. : Tfiiey.j report ) the temperature as being 120 : one day but they did not m'ind it since there • is little Humidity. Mr/ and Mrs. C. N.'.Hall and ,;fOWA_ daughter .Mary Layne. fTtirbfl, 9. D., 'brought their daughter Mrs. K. J'.' Smith Jr. to the K. J. Smith home Friday. • They returned to Huron Saturday. Mr, and Sirs, K. J. Smith took their daughteMn* law to Iowa City Sunday to join her husband, -who is taking 'Work nt the state university. They will go on to Des Moines Tuesday to attend the postmasters convention held there Tuesday and Wednesday. COW KICK BREAKS ARMOFGIRL.il, AT SWEA FARM Swea City: Phyllis Kyler, 11, Is in a Fort Dodge hospital with a broken arm, received Thursday night, when a cow kicked her as she was helping with the evening chores. Phyllis, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kyler, was taken to the hospital by David Anderson,- -a neighbor. fS^pf fck^itaii»,4il/s&£j£ P. T. A. In Session-J- The first meeting of the Parent- Teachor association was held last week Monday evening in the form nf a reception to welcome the teachers. The Rev. S. Hammer gave the address of welcome, and the response was given by Supt. A. H. Schuler. Community Chest Drive— Community chest drive plans arc under 'way with this year's goal -placed at $1000. Officers are as follows: R. D. Smith, chairman; Harold'.Roba, vice chairman; Roy BraVe'ritier. secretary; W. E. Carlf-on, A. H. Schuler, Mrs. J. A. Sanftner and George K. Nelson, executive committee. The teachers were introduced by Agnes Olson, high school principal. Esther Charlotte Smith; Charles City vocal music supervisor, spent the week end at the parental Walter Smith home. Raymond Minkler. new board director, sang two solos; the ladies chorus from Immanuel Lutheran church gave several selections. A* the business meeting Mrs. J. A. Sanftner was elected secretary to succeed Mrs. Paul Becker, who resigned. Mrs. Selmer Uhr is president of the organization. Shirley Ann Berg, who is taking nurses training at Cook county hospital, Chicago, received,her cap at exercises held last week. She ficcomoanied her parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard Berg home for a short visit. The Bergs had attended t.he cauping exercises. ;', • Committees arc as follows: Program;, .Mrs. Geo. Hamer, Mrs. A •MV'Ytftlhgqulst, Miss Adelaide Haugon; membershio: Mrs. Mav- nard Jensen. Mrs. Weldon Brandt, Mrs. Wum^eidenwith, Mrs. Clayton RpglsonS social: Mrs. Oscar Lind«s! !Mrs.,"Rudolph Peterson. :J!_L_^_ : QuaMWtyack Meeting is being organized in Algona. and plans t.nqw are to have regular meetings each Monday evening at George's Cafe, starting next Monday. Ralph Diekman and Alf Kresensky are two interested sponsors developing the idea. Anyone interested in football is invited. Coach Gene Hertz will review the preceding week's game and other football -talk will be the chief topic of conversation. Special Prices on all wool and fibre RUGS These Rugs Will Make Good Coverings For Cold Floors 2 6x9 Sale Price $5.7$ 2 71x9 Sale Price $6J5 1 9x9 *.„;...;, Sale Price $0,00 1 9x12 Sale Price $||.7g 1 9x12 Sale Price $|3,7§ Foster's Furniture Co. Girt If Ad Pneumonia Wesley: Marilyn Hftrr, 6, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs, .Fred Hdftv was tfikert (6 JSttoiy h«Spltal, Mason City. Wednesday tff ISSt w«ek foi* treatment df pitetrmonfa. She Is frt the first grade In the Wesley pub- 116 school, > ' . * Rites At Friday Par 13 Lftkota: Funeral services were HeKTlYiday at {He Imttianupl Lutheran Tltonka rural church for" the 18 year old son o! the Rev, and Mrs, William Waft'?. 'of Tltort* ai xefli* old •sott-wm TIfeiifcfl tfhtto tW Nebraska, They H«v*'I drefl, 2 boys arid 2 girls. The flank ft well kfiownjKffS, beetf a supw ihfnWWr ' Lutheranenurtih, : New Farm Equipment New International Hut" tester Hydrrtullc ftfftti* nrc loader, Type tt 10* inch tilt) Feed Grinder. .Double and Single-Unit Mllklnff Mncliln o ft. , Electric Creftttt Separators. No. 4ft Plow Attachment, Farmall If. •& M. Power Take-off Attachments. Electric Pump Jack. Knife Grinder. 8 Types Hydraulic Manure Loaders. Hog Feeders. 10-88, ll-$8 and 12-86 Tractor Tires, Tubes and Elms. Pneumatic Tractor. Seats. Monroe Easy Klde Hydraulic Scats for H. &'M. Trnc- fors. Horn Hydraulic Seat Snnbbers. Hiiinmermills': 1 No. 10 J .1 No. IOC with Traveling; Feed Table and 1 No. «. Wagon Trailers with tiinken bearings, auto steering and new 0:50x10 tires. 1 Toklijlm tractor cab for H tractor. 1 Adjust- weights. Tractor chains in all sizes. Air compressor. Fractional horse power belts and pulleys. Adjustable front wheels for H and M tractors. SPECIAL REBUILT MOTORS For International and Trucks EXPERT Carburetor Distributor Clutch and Magneto Work SPECIAL 1941 Packard 8-Cyl. 4-door Sedan USED FARM EQUIPMENT \ "10:00x80 Tractor Tire; Cream Separators, John Deere I'ortableEIevntor, less Derrick. Steel-^vheel wagon. Pontiac SALES AND SERVICE See us for Fontiac auto repair .work. We have the personnel and equipment to. care for your car. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO, MeCorinick-Dccrlng Farm Machinery Phone 52 Walt and Deb Hall International Tracks, *• • • State and Jones Wanted FOR SALVAGE AND DEMOLITION WORK AT THE ALGONA PRISONER-OF-WAR CAMP No Previous Experience Necessary for Most of the Jobs GOOD PAY *-. v Apply at the U. S. Employment Service Of f ice at J J E* State 3t f Algona, '" METCALFE CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL OMAHA ANP KANSAS

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