The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1946 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 1, 1946
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TUESDAY, OCT. i, .ALttONA for fitfttftfiS, ALGONA, IOWA- Cpi. ftoben Winkel, sort 6f Attorney and Mrs. L. A. Wirtkcl, arrived last week Saturday from Camp Kilmer, N. j,, and will be here till October 10 on furlough, The Winkeis sons 'Gordon, and Don left last week for Ames and Loras colleges respectively, Gordon being a freshman and Don a Ul FUNERAL HOME (SUCCESSOR TO MERRITT's) Wmbtdance fte/wice Day or Night—Telephone 11 .ALGONA T IOWA 1 st Place in the CHAMPIONS LEVEL LAND CLASS at WHO's Cornbelt Field Day, Sept. 21st . Won by Ford Tractor Ferguson System LOCAL.NDTES Mts. H. E. Preslhus of • Bancroft spent Friday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W, L. Baker. Mts. Alice May field, of Mason City visICM her sister Mrs. Amos Angle firom Wednesday till Friday. Vaughn Rising spent a few days in bed last week, due to a severe attack of asthma and hay •fever. The ftev. and ^M«. Earl Burgess went to Sac«City last week to visit the latter's father, W. H. Irwin. Mrs* Ella Potter Sioux City Wednesday following several. weeks spent here with relatives! Mrs. n. W. Welp of Mason City spent a couple of days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Semon. Don, son of Dr. and Mrs. Li B Polled, who is a student at'Ce dar Falls, spent the week'enc with his parents. James, son of Mr. and Mrs, J D. Burns, left last week Saturday for Cedar Rapids, where he entered Coe college. Mr. and Mrs. P. Paul Stlcfbold. of Napcrville, Illinois, was the operator of the Ford tractor in the Champion Level Land Class. Other' contestants In this class included State and District campions from 5 states. first place was awarded to a Ford tractor operator by ihe National Safety Council for control and safe operd- tion. . This award went to Lloyd Nolan of Indiana in the Champions Contouring division. <NT MOTOR CO. Sales'' and Service '- i spent Friday and Saturday at Des Moines, where the former attended a .fair board meeting. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Siillman and Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne went to Iowa City Friday to attend the football game Saturday. Mrs. F, G. Brothers, who has been sick the past few weeks with a heart ailment, has improved sufficiently to be up and around the house a little. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sharp recently returned from Omaha, where they visited their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jensen, a few days. John Adams attended the "on the job" training school for G. I.'s at Ames Tuesday and Wednesday. This was a course of instruction on mechanics. , Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kingsley, having concluded a fortnight's visit here with the letter's mother MJrs. T. C. Sherman, returned to Ocala, Fla., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sawyer, who had been living in the Albert Ogren apartment, moved Wednesday to an apartment over the W. J. Sigsbee plumbing shop. gelly Streit came Friday and remained till Monday at the' A. Streit and H. M. Smith homes, returned to Miss Streit is public health nurse in DuPaige county, at Wheaton, 111. / The Rev. R. S. Price of Sioux City came Monday to speak at a young people rally at the church of the Open Bible. He was a guest of the Rev. and Mrs. G. M. Webb. Mrs. DeMaude Laihrop returned last week from Salem, Ore., where she had been with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Parsons, the past several months. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Christensen of Black River Falls, Wis., recently visited Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunspn a few days. Mrs. Christensen is a sister of Doctor Amunson. Mrs. Mary Woodward, Whittemore, Mrs. Mabel Paxson, Mrs. Emily Griggs and Beth Annis attended the library convention at Britt Ffriday. Miss Annis is chairman for this district. Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Kracmsr left for their home at Madison, Wis., last Tuesday, following 1 'a ;en-day visit with their cousins, Mrs. J. E. Walker and other relatives in the vicinity. ' • • ••• Mrs. Bruce Sandberg returned Saturday from Sioux Falls, S. D., where she had been with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. P. Zerfass and Mrs. Dairyl Sandberg, who recently became parents, of a son. Mr. and .Mrs. C. H. Beardsley moved into the former Hugh Herman house on E. State street last week. The house they had been living in was sold. The Joe Wilgers bought the Herman house. Mr. and Mrs. John Wheelock and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith ,spent Sunday at Hastings, Minn., with the Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Volzke, the former having been a pastor of the Baptist church here a few years ago. Mrs. C. F. Heller and children, Marie and Carl, Westgate, visited Mr. and Mi's. Ernst Thiel last week. Other ' guests were LaVonne and Rita Geilenfeldt of Clear Lake, who were Sunday visitors at the Thiels. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson and daughter Marlene have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Otto Westling. The Andersons had been farming near Stratford and are moving to a farm near Lone Rock. The women are sisters. Mrs, George Wallace, Denver, Colo., her sister Mrs. Walter Godfredson of Des Moines, and R. H. Godfredson, their brother of Goldfield, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. John'Briggs. The visitors are cousins of Mrs. Briggs. Mrs. Frank Moulton and little daughter Diana Kay, Mrs. Craig Vinson and children, and Mrs. Thomas Bruns went to Mitchell, S. D., Thursday to attend the "Corn Palace." Frank and Craig will go there Saturday for the weekend. Rosemary and Alvina Kemna of Bancroft spent Monday with Mrs. W, :roft spi . R. W, agner. Saturday, ATTENTION We have been getting in shipments of window- screens the last couple weeks, and we may have your size or you may have some on order. Come in and see the Berry Aluminum Overhead Garage Door. MILLER LUMBER CO. Kossuth Co. Farmers, Will You Give Us a Hand? We'Need LARD! Home'Rendered Lard—In Any Quantity We mil &»y It to Any Quantity ALGONA BAKING CO. OF -HONEY KRVST 1 PSOPUCTS **?} Mr. and Mrs. Wagnalr and Bernadette spent the day at Garner with their daughters Mrs. Victor Neuroth .and Leona, a birthday celebration for Mrs. Wagner. ; Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh .left last Week for a month's visit with relatives. > At Edmunds, Wash., she will visit her sistfir Mrs. An- paiMartin. At Spokane she will see Mr. Wadleigh's sister, Mrs. {Catherine Talbott and visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. Henry Heleniak. . Mr. and Mrs., E. B. Griswold were overnight guests last week Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson. They were cnroute from Park Rapids, Minn., where they had been vacationing, to their home at Des Moines. Mrs. Griswold is a cousin of Mrs. An- dc/rson. Calvin Wadleigh left last Saturday for Ames, where -he has begun his senior year at the State college. He is taking aeronautical engineering. Louise Wadleigh left Saturday for Cedar Rapids,..where she will do secretarial, work. Both are children of W7-. and Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh. ;.; ..,. Mr. and Mrs. John Sorflaten, who were jen,, route from a vacation in Maryland, stopped here over they weekend with the former's sister; and her husband, Mr., and ,M,rs. E.'J. ZendeV, and parents, |vli}. and. .Mrs. Harry Potter,, going j-.thejice., to their home ;at'Mlrjn^WQli8«'H>j-.i.> u .ii ,„. Im-....:;.. Mr. i and Mr*. Roy Bjuslrom, with .the (fowner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.-C. Bjustrom, went to Minneapolis, Monday to be with Roy's brother Clifton, who had major,;surgery at a hospital there. : .The ,Roy Bjustroms returned Wednesday, but the C. A. Bjustroms;, remained |here for a time. .M, Mrs. Nell. .Bueghly of Clearwater, Calif., spent from Thursday till Sunday, with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. annd Mrs. W. A. Bueghly. 'Sfie- is spending some time at Spencer with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green, and will return to California in about a month. . . , Mr. and Mrs. Don Boevers are taking the former's father, Geo. Boevers, to Kansas City Wednesday, where he. will entrain for Kingman, Ariz., to spend the winter with Mr.' and Mrs. Ken- netfy Boevers. The senior. Mr. Boevers, 87, prefers to be in a warm climate, hence his decision .to go to Arizona. Mir. and Mrs. R. M. Jones of Bartcroft spent Sunday with their daughter and her husband, Mr/ and Mrs. John Adams. They were accompanied by their son, S. li-c Robert' Jones, who was discharged . frqm • the . navy last spring and re-joined last May. Ho came from Texas last week end 'is on a 51 day furlough. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson Mrs.; Vaughn Rising and h« son Jon -.went to Hampton last week Saturday and spent the day with Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs. C. W Pearson and the Eugene Pearsons. Following the death of her husband, the late county treasurer, Mrs. Pearson went to Hampton to be near her son. It is possible she .may return here for the winter with the Wilsons. Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Anderson and Mr, and Mrs, Ray Beamish spent last week at Lake Winne- bigoshish, Minn. They visited one evening. ..with, Mr, and Mrs. Hollis Trainer, at Grand-Rapids. The Trainers are former Algon- ians and, Mr, Trainer was a Hor- niel salesman. During the Anderson's absence Mrs. Sonerholm of Bri#, mpther Of Mrs. Anderson, with, their children, ; Mrs, T, Hi ChrischJUes is spend ing SQ«WS time at Sacred Heart in Milwaukee. She ac-. ft?r sons Jack and Julian wfto went to Beloit and Chicago last week. Julian Is a fresh' man ot Beloit this year following his 4&char«e Irom the navy, Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Crllly returned Friday from Minneapolis where they spent a few days on business. Mrs. Mary Dudck of Belle Plaint- is ill at the home of her daughters Mrs. Clara Craft and Mrs. Frances Orantham. Mr, and Mrs. Ilarlan Slfifsbcc have named their daughter Mary Ann. The baby was born September 25, on her mother's birthday. Antoinette BonnsteUer, Hattic Wilson, Esther Quinby and Bertha Godfrey spent the weekend at Onawa with Helen Comfort, former Algona teacher. ' Mrs. Clara Craft returned Sunday from a trip to the east coast and Canada. She was gone about two weeks. Mrs. Craft is office manager for Western Buyers. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Vcnleicher are parents of their first child, a daughter, Janis Marie, born September 24 at the General hospital The baby weighed eight pounds. Mrs. Don AH and daughter Marilyn of Cedar Rapids are spending two weeks here with the former's oarents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg. Mr. Alt brought them and spent the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Phillips of Ottumwa spent the weeic- "nd hore with the E. A. Schomels. Mr. Phillips, former secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, now holds that position at OUum- wa. Their son Clark is making a name for himself on the Ottumwa football team this year. Mrs. Susie Enfflcr, Arnolds Park. spent Tuesday at the Frank Hofi- ue home. Mrs. Hofius is a cousin and her mother Mrs. Julia Dearchs is an aunt of Mrs. Engler. -Mrs. Dearchs is confined to her bed with a kidney infection. Her daughter Mrs. Mary DeGraw, and granddaughter Mrs. Cecil McGinnis, spent Wednesday with her. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Larson and daughter returned to their horn? in Chicago Friday after a week here with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs.-A. V. Larson. They went back with Mrs. Larson's parents who stopped for them en- route home from a western trip. Roland is -with the Continental Illinois bank. Upper De« Moines Want Ads Bring Result*. JPAGE Moore and Conklin Fountain Pens $375 lo Name stamped in 22k gold free of charge on each pen purchased here., Matching Pencils for the Better Pens GIFTS • WATCHES WATCH REPAIR Taylor Implement Co. Portable ji-arsqtm^ Concrete Mixers '(I) 1 Year Old Farmers Friend Wide Type Wagon Hoist Cunningham Mowers (TV New 4-Section Galway HARROWS Flexible Type WITH WOOD EVENEK These Are Mighty Scarce Fence Rows New Shipment! STEEL GATES SPECIAL 16 Foot 14 Foot SI6.95 SI5.25 N Two New Wisconsin VE4 Motors See Our Demonstration! Built-in Hydraulic Wagon Hoist Fits Any Standard Wagon or Trailer Gear Tarpaulins 8x12 Ftf 12x16 Ft. New Northern Manure Loader for Case SC Tractor S225 New Tractor Chains Get Them Now! NewHH.P. Clinton Air-Cooled Engines _; Monroe Easy-Ride TRACTOR SEATS Hydraulic No win Stock for; Farmall H or M Allis-Chalmers WC CaseCC -Another Shipment! Harvey "Red-Head" IHAMMERMIUS ' ^^ ^ «•<!»•' N j mm-.^Hi They Give "Mile a-Minute" Grinding! U S E D (1) Used F1S Tra^or and Cultivator (I) Used 15 (8) Use,4 Burr .Mills (1) HydyaiOirMawire Loader to fit S£ $r m Gwe TfftitP? (I) V§§4 Twi» Cylin4«P M«yteg M»$wr, good plisyi ; v V f '^ J -*' Vj s ^''.^l^t-J'..^:

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