The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1946 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 8, 1946
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r i PAGE SIX ?Mr. and Mrs. Otto Westling visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Isaac- srfn,-parents of Mrs. Westling, at Boone last week. Mrs. .1, M.-Anderson, sister of Mrs. Westling, formerly of Stratford, came home with them and then went to Lone Rock, where she and her husband have begun farming. 'Mrs. Henry Helmers spent most of 'he week caring for her mother, Mrs. Chas. Dietrick, at Elnmetsburg. Mrs. Dietrick, who has leukemia, was recently brought home after having a blood tralif-fusion at Iowa City. She will .have more at home. Her condition is slightly improved. -Jean French, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kronch, Ti- tdnka, was one of the girls pictured in a recent story in a DCS Moiiies paper which showed the crowded conditions in which students are living at Iowa City. Jean.who is a graduate Of Stephens college and served -2Vfe years in the Waves, entered the university this summer as a G. I. student. Mrs. Glee Pitcher telephoned Mr. and Mrs. A. 'L. Long from Harrisburg, Pa., extending .birthday greetings and good wishes to Mrs. Long, whose anniversary was Saturday, and to her father whose anniversary is Oct. 18. She said Mr. Pitcher 'will .be discharged from service in a few months, but they will continue living in Pennsyl- Vll Mr.' and Mrs. M. McKim of Clinton and Mrs. Bob White of Des Moines visited friends here last week. The women are the former Dorothy and Nina Turner respectively, former Algonians, daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Turner. Their sister C-racc Turner, former em- 1 ploye at the telephone office WINTER OIL PENNSYLVANIA 69c GALLON in 30-Gallon Drums Try Viking For Service Tire and Tube Repair ROBT. BEAUN Our expert tire man, is well-known for his excellent work, and for his speed at making repairs. Expert Lubrication Vour ear is greased here now with our new Chassis Pressure Lubricator. Transmission *nd differential grease changed to winter quality. FARMERS RHONE 530 FARMERS For Bulk Delivery Servrw L CO. Across.from Milwaukee Depot ANTS-FREEZE Gel Yours While We Have This Stock on Hand GALLON Please Bring Your Own Container GAS 18.9 GUN GREASE ANNUAL MEETING OF WHITTEMORE LUTHERANS, SUN. Whittemore: The ahntfal meeting of St. 'Paul's Lutheran congregation was held Sunday afternoon in the auditorium of the Lutheran school. Election officers took place ut this meeting. August Vaudt Sr., was re-elected deacon; Archie Voight, trustee; Lester Basis was elected school director; Ole Gunderson, chairman; Edward Butler, vice chairman; H. W. Behnke, recording secretary; Herbert Zumach, treasurer; Herman Belinko, William Hanover. Herman Meyer. John tWhnke, and Arthur Heidenwith, finance committee; Henry Kuecker, financial secretary; Leonard Baas, Lawrence Gade, and Leonard Meyer, auditing committee; Werner Gade, Henry WicHitndahl, William Meyer Jr., nominating committee; Edward M'aahs. and Walter Vaudt, young people's ecminlttee: -'Louis Grc.n- ert, mission committee. 35 Years— Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family, Oepew, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely, Mr .and Mrs< Edwin Greinert and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald and family, were Friday evening dinner guests at the George Meyer home. The occasion was t-he 35th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer. Other guests in the evenin?. were Mr. ai\d Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughter Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe arid son Brian. Cisco, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ttetd- enwith, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Jr. and family, and Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence 'Meyer and family. Refresh'itients and lunch was served later In tHe'evenirifr Mr. and Mrs. Hen.ry Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell, of Here, Mrs. W. D. Ktieclter, Mrs. GISdys Schneider, West fiend, Mr. find Mrs. Julius Krfebs, and Mrs. Mtn* nie Krebs, Mlnenapolls, were Wednesday evening dinner guests with Mrs. Sophia Bell and daughter Adelia, and On Thursday was Mrs. Bell's'81st birthday and the following relatives spent the evening with her. Present Thursday Were Mrs. Lloyd LUchsinger, Mrs. na'lph Masters, Graettinger, Mrs. Raymond Wilson, Mrs. H. Schmitt, West Bend, Mr. and, Mrs. 'Elmer Bell, Mrs. 'Everett Slglet-, Mrs. George Frost, arid Rev. and Mrs. P. G. Weinhold. Aclolph Poppe, Sr., Lakota, Honored Lakota: Last week Sunday was Aclolph Poppe Sr.'s birthday and a group of relatives gave him a surprise party at his home that evening. Guests were: Messrs, and Mesdames Otto Engelbart and son Paill; Henry Boettcher, Lou Nitz, James Mayne and daughter; Albert Sleper, Lakota; Henry Blome, Walter Sohn, Elmer Engelbarts and son, Elmore, Minn.; Ervln Klink- < seik and family, Bill Poppe and family and Ella Gelhaus, Led- vard- and Albert Goctz and son, Swca City. Five hundred furnished entertainment and lunch was served. ALGONA, IOWA. church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Sumner Parsons, Mrs. M. O. Richards, and Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff as hostesses. Mrs. G. H McMullen conducted devotions and Mrs. Jay D. Graham gave the program. Plans were made for the annual dinner and bazaar which will be November 13. f tJESOAY, -dCf .8, Some of 'the Sexton fftlks attended the , ttdan church supper last week'Tuesday evening and reported a large crowd out. Mrs. P. W. Hflnson whs hostess to a Stanley party at her home south of town Thursday afternoon and a nice crowd attended. SEXTON Andy Baker, Mason City, was a caller at the Bill and Clarence Muff home hero Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur Olsen will be hostess to the Soxton W. S. C. S. at her home Thursday afternoon. The Townsend club were Rn- tertaied Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danielson, West of town and a large crowd attended. VJBJSm WE NEEDHM LA R D WE WILL BUY YOUR HOME- RENDERED LARD IN ANY QUANTITY. BRING IT IN! Algona Baking Co. Bakers Of ''Honey krust" BakcryProtlucts II* Mary Morria left Wednes- f^^ff^£9\ day evening (or Chicago, where she will visit for a .tihto with her brother John Cultra arid family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Steven and son •L.Bfen bf Mapletioj% Minn., were Wednesday, callers on relatives here as they were geed Corft fib, When you want office . let the Algona Upper DCS Moines fill yotii- needs. ^^^^.^____ ftESCLTSt Mrs. Roca Zabel and Martha Braatz, Milwaukee, are visiting at .ho Louis Braatz home. Mr. and Mrs. William Koeh- necke, Sheldon, visited with rcla- :ivc.s here over the weekend. A seven and one-half pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Scely, at the McCreery hospital Friday. This being their first child. Mrs. .1. J. Rosendahl and son Danny visited at the Augusta Lavrenz home in Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and grandson Ralph Sebers were even- in!': callers. Orvillc Barber left for Artesian, S. D., where -he will help his lather Charles Barber, getting the farm equipment ready for the farm sale which the elder Barber will hold in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Barber are planning to move to Whittemore where they intend to make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braalz and daughter Ruth, Whittemore, Mrs. Rosa Zabel and Mrs. Martha Braatz, Milwaukee, Wis., Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl -and sons Ralph and Danny, San Francisco, Calif., were Wednesday evening dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Mrs. Rosendahl and sons arc visiting with her parents the past six weeks. A number of relatives gatherec at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer Wednesday evening to help Mrs. Meyer celebrate hei birthday. -Present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drcyer and daughtei Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer Jr., Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ali fred Bruhn and family, Depew, and Mrs. James Rosendahl and sons Ralph and Danny, San Fran- Mrs. J. T. Cherland, Mrs. Odey Cherland, and Mrs. Elmer Srause attended a Woman's Missionary Federation meeting at the Petersburg State Line church ast Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Peterson and dauglv ter Verna, who are visiting here from Glendale, Calif., Mrs. Gerta Thompson, H. A. Thompson, and the Robert Harveys were dinner guests Thursday evening at the Joe Zanke home. The W. S. C. S. met at the BURT Legion Ballroom BANCROFT TUESDAY, OCT. 8 Malek's Accordion Fall Opening of OW Time Dances. Aclm.. 75c incl. tax we yov#"MA<r"A ALGONA AUCTION SALE CO. Good Crowd and a Good Sale at the Sale Barn Last Friday . . . One native bull calf brought $95.50. A couple more went at $18.70 a hundred. Whiteface heifer calves brought S16.50. Club calves arc going at S19 to §20 a:- usual. Heavy feeding steers sold for $17.35 a hundred last Friday. Fat cows went at S 13.25. Whiteface feeding heifer calves at $17 to $18-75. Vealers at $16.50 a hundred. Top price on fat Iambs was $17.55 a hundred. Ewes up to 9c. Be with us next Friday for the next sale. WE CAN FIX YOUR McCORMICK-DEERlNG TRACTOR MAGNETO. BRING -JT IN FOR REPAlR.JT'LL GO OUT JUST LIKE NEW. SEE US &R SERVICE. ALGONA IMPLEMENT GO. Phone 52 Walt and Deb Hall State and Jones IriterHritioltal HarveStei- Hydraulic Manure Loader. TypelS ifl-ihehlHC Peed Grinder. Double and Single Unit Milking Machines. Electric Cream Separators. No. 46 Plow Attachment. Farniall H & M Power Take-off Attachments. Electric Pump Jack. 3 Types Hydraulic Manure Loaders. 10-38, 11-38 and 12-36 Tractor Tires, Tubes and Rims. Pneumatic Tractor Seats. Monroe Easy Ride Hydraulic Seats for H & M Tractors. Horn ^Hydraulic fljeat Snubbers. ALWAYS K<D£ON No. 6 Hammcrmill. Wagon Trailers with Tiniken Bearings, Auto Steering and •6.50x16 Tires. v Tokhcim Tractor Cabs for H & M Tractors. , Tractor Chains in All Sizes. Fractional'Horse Power Belts and Pulleys. _ Adjustable Front Wheels for H & M Tractors. Post Hole Diggers. 4 Wheel Elevator Derrick. Fertilizer Distributor'with Auger—on rubber. Binder Twine. Knife Grinder. SPECIAL REBUILT MOTORS For International %T and Trucks EXPERT Carburetor Distributor Clutch and Magneto Work NEW 10 4-Section KEWANEE HARROWS With Holding draw- bar. USED FARM 2 9:00x36 Tires and Tubes. 110:00x36 Tractor Tire; Cream'Separators. Pontiac PARTS-SALES , SERVICE Sec us for Pontiac auto repair work*. We have'the personnel and equipment to care for your car and a good supply of genuine Pontiac-parts. ^ ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. McCormlck-ncoring Fnrm Machinery Phone 52 Walt and Deb Hall International Trucks State and Jones WALLPAPER Next Sale Next Friday, Oct. 11 1:00 P. M. Attend Our Sales If You Are Looking for STOCKERS and FEEDERS BRING IN YOUR LIVESTOCK AND RECEIVE THE HIGH DOLLAR H.E.YUNGEBERG AND SON Auctioneers: Goodcluld, Yuugeberg and Quiim We Are HERE'S YOUR CHANCE— Paper Your House at Ridiculous Low Prices! COME IN RIGHT NOW AJND CHOOSE YQUR WALkFAPjER THE RECALL STORE

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