The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 24, 1946
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V tfESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1946 ALGONA UPPER DCS MOINES, ALGONA/.IQWA t* CLOVER SEED If you have Sweet Clover of Red Clover Seed to «ell, contact us before selling. We also do Custom cleaning of seeds and grains. Davenport Elevator Co. Phone 7 West Bend, Iowa (Stronger Body Helps This New Tire OUTWEAR PREWAR TIRES fc! I !No sensible driver would deliber- ^ !»tcly run his tires over a rock like ! ithe one in the picture. But some- 4 'times it can't be helped...and that's i -when you will be glad if you have j "'B;F.Goodrich, passenger car tires. • Built with more and stronger cords, I the tire body is better engineered •nd 35% stronger than in wartime •> tires. But in building this stronger body to hold the more durable, wider, flatter tread, B. F. Goodrich engineers built into it greater resistance to "road shock." Supplies of this new tire are still limited. However, we'll do our best to keep your car rolling until we can get new tires for you. » • ' / ' • • CM to kotgkt •• Small Dow* Payment aid Coavealcaf Ttrmt 0. K. RUBBER WELDERS Lester DeBolt . Thoririgton Phone 308 FOoodrichi TIRES LUVERNE CLUBS, SOCIAL GROUPS IN ACTIVE SESSIONS Lu Verne: The Good Will club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Otto Ramus with Mrs. Bert Putzstuck ad the assist- aft t hostess. The 'business meeting was held, after which bingo and contests were held in charge of Mrs. Helena Stripling and Mrs. Fred Lehis. Luncn was served by the hostesses at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. H. D. Ristau with Mrs. Robert Hardcopf as the assisting hostess. Parents of a Gift Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Goetsch of San Francisco, Calif,, are the parents of a 6Vfe-lb. baby girl born Wednesday, September 18. This is their first child and she has been named Sonja Ruth. Delmar is the son of Mrs. Anna Goetsch. The Sophomore class of the LuVerne high school entertained the freshman at an initiation party on Friday evening in the high school gymnasium. A short program was given, after which games and contests Were hejd. A scavenger hunt was also held. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thorn Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wickett,. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hjellt, Joy Burdick and Betty Conner also attended the party. J. J. Club Convenes The J. J. club met Friday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Bernard Wolf with 14 members present. The business meet- review was given by Mrs. Geo. Tiede and the history of the J. J. club was given by Mrs. Irvin Chapman. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting will be held October 4 with Guest day in observance of the club's silver aniversary, the meeting to be held in the city hall. Attend W. S. C. Conclave Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. William Goetsch, Mrs. Peter Thompson, Mrs. Archie Sanford, Mrs. Floyd McClaren, Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. H. H. Phillips, Mrs. H. E. Peitzke, Mrs. Robert Phillips, Mrs. John Voss Jr., Rev. Robert Phillips and John Voss Jr. attended an all-day meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service Conference which was held Friday ! in : the Congregational .church in Eagle Grove. Three hundred and seventy-five women were registered at the conference. The program in the forenoon consisted of talks by Mrs. Charles ,W. Pf.asharas, Mrs. W. A. Bevier, the former Alice Tritt, daughter of "Rev. Tritt, a former pastor of the local Methodist church, conducted noon time meditations. Mrs. Werner Hub- bard of Clear Lake led the devotional period in the afternoon. Ah address was also giveft by Mrs. A. O. Aldrich, vice president of the North Control W. S. C. S. Installation of officers was held. Shower Honors Bride A shower honoring Mrs. Dale Braytod, the former Ruth Ann Gronbach was held Friday oven- ing in the Lutheran t-hurch parlors with Mrs. Elmer Gronbach, Mrs. Harry Ruiz and Mrs.Amelia Huffman, all of Livermore, as hostesses, The evening was spent at games and contests, after which the honored guest opened her many lovely gifts. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. For Fence Repairs and Post Replacement 00 AT NORTON'S AT NORTON'S Will Give a Farmer Pressure Treated CREOSOTED POSTS (2i Inch Tops by 6i Feet) PHONE 229 for Immediate City or QeHvery on Coa( Here's an opportunity at Norton's to gel around the post shortage, especially if you are up against it for making fence repairs, Got 100 of these cre,osoted posts and stock pile them—replace fence posts that are really bad. Ideal for garden fencing. These will carry you through the present short* age situation on posts. F. S. NORTON & SON , , , HuiWiHg Suppjk Fred Tiede arrived home recently after spending two weeks visiting his son Walter and two daughters Vera and Elda in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Weitzcl of Kewanie, 111. arrived Tuesday to visit at the home of her brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer. George Dietzel, of Spencer accompanied by Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. H. E. Pcilzkc and Mrs. "Peter Thompson attended the conference meeting of the W. S. C. S. which was held Friday in Eagle Grove. Mr. Dietzel is a son-in-law of Mrs. Peitzke. Mrs. Henry Man' and two children Joyce and Raymond of Spirit Lake spent the weekend visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. James Doak and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch returned home Friday evening after spending the week fishing near Pequot Lakes, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Von.,Dras.- ka moved this week from the apartments over the Fechner •building into the home which they have purchased in the south part of town. The Presbyterian Ladies association met Wednesday • afternoon at the home 'of Mrs. Otto Ramus with Mrs. Bert Ramus as the assistant hostess. Mrs. Emmet Knary had charge of the devotional period. Mrs. Walter Engel presided at the business meeting at which time plans were made to hold a family church dinner Sunday afternoon, September 29, in the city hall. Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of.the meeting. Hostesses for the next meeting will be Mrs. William Hedrickand Miss Emma Krause. • ••• The executive board ofo the Methodist W. S. C. S. metiTuas- day in the church with .a-desert luncheon. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Archiei' Sanford and Mrs. C. O. McClellan.-i Cpl. Kenneth Wittenburg arrived home Wednesday.l night from Camp Lee, Va., to-.sporid', a fifteen - day furolugh with this parents Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Wjttenburg. i:: <* ••'... R. I. Schultz of Waterloo and Mr. Ehlers of Paulina w'ei't'fvis- itors Wednesday evening''at thta home of Rev. and Mis. "Lewis Wittenburg. ••'."• t ' Pvt. Eugene Beassler arrived home Wednesday night 'fr6rh Fpit Knox, Kentucky to Fpend~d 15-day furlough -visiting nis -parents Mr. and Mrs. Gus Baessler., Upon completion of his furlough he will return to Camp Stoneman, Calif. Two Business Deals Made In Whittemore . Whittemore: In a deal made Monday Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mullin bought the house from Grace Mueller on east Main street, now occupied by Mr. and Mrs.- Herman Vaudt. The Vaudts bought a vacant lot just across the street from where they now liye and will build a home there in the near future. In another transaction Grace Mueller bought the former Harry S.kow. building from George Elbert which he had purchased this spring. The building is located in--the main business block and Mrs. Mueller intends to operate a cafe in it. The LARAMAR Ft. Dodge Gala Opening ., with 'Music of Tomorrow' In Person George Olsen and His Famous Orchestra Wed., Sept. 25 Adm, *1.22 (plus tuxes) Dancing . Every " f AT., SUN. Coming Harry CppJ Lawrence Walk. Foster Porch Lights Do You Remember? When last spring Pratt Electric announced that after many weeks of work one of north Iowa's greatest stock of fixtures was ready. Now, after more weeks of work with our wholesale contacts, we are again bringing Algona, Kossuth County and north Iowa another great fixture selling. There are well over 1,000 fixtures to select from. If you need fixtures—if you want better light—don't miss this unusual event at Pratt's! .:..,.".,. NU W As the Evenings Are Becoming Longer and More and Better Light is Needed in IVftany Homes and on Many Farms — Chain Fixtures ' s ' •' BridgS YOU 3 GREAT FALL SELLING of Dome-''Fixtures. LIGHTING FIXTU STILL AT PRE-WAR LOW PRICES! Lighting Fixtures As Low As 98c Lighting Fixtures As High As 2Q.95 Average House Completely Re-fixtured with New Lighting Fixtures for AS LOW AS • $ Double Fixtures 42 .45 You Install — or Pratt's Experts Win install for You at Nominal Cost.' > ;V LIVING ROOM New INDIRECT or modem Channel types. Diffusing glass or plain to bring out room's decorative qualities. DINING ROOM Adjustable chain types, 1 to 5 lights, indirect or direct, smart side lights. Brighter for night studying. BED ROOM Large and varied selection to make your bedroom tailor-made. Colonial multiple arm, bcdlamps, center lights—you choose. KITCHEN "Local lighting" or general—over sink, stove, or for the entire room. FLUORESCENT for twice the light at half the cost. OTHER ROOMS Just the proper fixture for any room in stock— from small room desk work to laundry room. We can solve your problem. Indirect Fixtures Included in This Selection^-the Most Modern of FLUORESCENT UNITS! Fixtures ATTENTION FARMERS! be without ERN Utbtin* to Ityme, when (b« cost M W? tow. Many farms »r« inc wired, at present, this event «f Pnrtft to »» excellent tim* to look i 5*<W*P**'^*5 •MWp* 1BF jj^1*~_ %hWi»f figures *»4 HERE ABE A FEW HELPFUL HINTS BEFORE YOU COME IN: You will be planning good lighting in your home if you prefer a centra) celling light In every room,and hallway, adequate light In the kitchen based on working spaces, and If .YOU want to emphasize the charm of other rooms you may want to add bracket lamps for decoration and soft, mellow lighting. Whatever you want. Pratt's will work with you to get the iqost for your money! Come In and select your fixtures and if you like, we will come to your home and put the light meter oil your rooms to oe« termine Jifiht distribution. Jit's just an EXTRA PRATT SERVICE! I I «trc 'Co. PHQNE J70 Open Evenings by Apnqintment |. . Open s»m?dpy Ni«W Uttttl 8 P. Hi % .. w ,-t^ «* „*(.,».,, ». 1 r-t < -..wi V v • ( ',

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