The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1946 · Page 7
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, OCT.'8,1946 Van Ness Vet Host E. J. Van Ness was host, last Thursday evening in his law of- liWS'her-&, to some 16 veterans of itne Spanish-American war who came from five counties to at-* tend the informal session. While •the SpanishsAmerican vets do not usually receive the publicity of newer veterans groups they are still active and hold occasional meetings of the comra'des. WANT ADS ftRINGS RESULTS FOR SALE ; House and lot in SI;. Joseph, Towa. New mod- •,'ern B-room homo. Rath ami-sun porch, hard ina- ;plo floors, full basement, water softener, automatic, hot. water heater and stoker furnace. Including 8 tons of stoker coal, Venetian blinds, curtains and drapes. Good garage. One block from Catholic church and Catholic high school; Sx1.2 ^building for toolri and miscellaneous'items. JOSEPH BECKER Two Showers Honor Two at Lu Verne; Other News .ALGONA UPPER DES MdlNES, ALGONA, IOWA F. S. Norton & Son Fuels .... Coal.... Building Supplies PHONE 229 nijiBjiBum 48" Poultry & Garden Fence Barbed Wire LuVerne: A pink and blue shower was held Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Bert Ramus honoring Charlene Mae, smal! daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sorenson of Corwith. Hostesses for the evening wore Mrs. Ramus, Mrs. Fred Will, Mrs. Mar- jprie Trenary, and Mrs. Bud Pawson. The evening was spent at contests, after which Mrs. Sorensen opened the many lovely gifts Lunch was served by the horses at the close of the evening. A, pink and blue shower was held Friday afternoon at the Ir- Vin Ramus home honoring Mrs. Ramus, with Mrs. Ed Ramus and her two daughters Helen and Elizabeth aS hostesses. The afternoon was spent at games and contests, after which the honored guest opened her many lovely gifts. Lunch wa.s served by the ^hostesses at the close of the af- lioon. & SON \ Large Stock of White Cedar Waverly Folks "Wed H. C. Duewer Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Duewer Sr. of Waverly, 111., and Miss Lillia Crum, daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. W. Crum also of Waverly were united in marriage Thursday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock in the Lutheran parsonage with the Rev. Louis Wittenburg officiating. Mr| Duewer is a brother of Mrs] Wittenburg. Mr. and Mrs| Duewer will live in Denver, Col. Wed at Webster City Announcement nas been received of the marriage of Mrs. Mary Hoversten, daughter of Mrs. Kate Barton of Fort Dodge, former LuVerne residents, to John Rogers, also of Fort Dodge. The wedding took place in Webster City on Monday, September 23. The new Mrs. Rogers H a graduate of the LuVerne high school. They will make their home in Fort Do-l:<?, where Mr Rogers is employed. Corporal Kenneth Wittenburg went to Des Moines Monday, where he left by plane for Camp' Lee, Va., after spending a 15-day furlough at the home of his parents ke. The afternoon was spent at visiting and ice cream and cake was served at the close of the afternoon, t Moves From Minnesota Charles Stripling moved his household goods here from Minnesota this week and has moved into his home in the north part of town. Presbyterian Dinner A Presbyterian 'Fellowship was held Sunday noon in the city hall immediately following the morning worship services. Following the dinner a short talk was given by Walter Kempley of Algona on the Restoration Fund. Kruse. Circle three will meet at the country home of Mrs. Floyd McCJaren with Mrs. Gerald Brace as the assistant hostess. Mrs. Robert Hardcopf will lead the devotional period and Mrs. John Voss Sr. will give the lessen. Price Panel Named An OPA price panel has been named for this area. The panel will sit on all price violation cases which might occur locally. Without selection .of such a panel here such cases would have to be heard in Fort Dodge. Named to the panel were Bob McConnell, Ray Beamish, Jotm Thuento, Lyle Matties and Roman Waldera. Wesley Scout Troop NORTON & SON Walther League Meets The Walther League 'of the Lutheran church met Thursday evening in the church parlors with Harriet Nelson as hostess. Ladies' Ass'n Meets The Presbyterian Ladies' association met Wednesday afternoon at the country home of Miss Emma Krause with Mrs. William Hedrick as the assistant hostess. The devotional period fwas led by Mrsf^fcsel tfii61si$lf;$ftfl the business meeting was in charge of the president Mrs. Walter EngeL Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of. the afternoon. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday afternoon Octo- aer 10 at the home of Mrs. Art Riley with her daughter Mrs. James Doak as the assistant lostess. Here From California Miss Nina Hansen arrived home the last of the week from California to visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weidman and family of Norfolk, Neb., are also visiting at the Hansen home Mrs. Weidman is a daughter of Mr. and •Irs. Hansen. Surprise Birthday Parly Twenty-two ladies gathered at the home of Mrs. Edith Smith Thursday afternoon to honor her at a surprise birthday party. The ladies of Circle 3 of the W. S. C. S. were hostesses; guests were Mrs, Brat^e and Mrs. H. .E. Peitz- From Us Now Donald Kruse and Dale Zentner left the last of the week for Northern Minnesota, where they will spend several days fishing. Miss Betty Rumus of Des Moines spent the weekend visiting at' the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus and with other relatives. Pvt. Eugene Baessler left Friday for Camp Stoneman, Calif., after spending a 15-day furlough visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gus Baessler. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Henderson spent the weekend in Waterloo visiting at the home of >their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Surby. They also attended the Dairy Cattle Congress there. The Cemetery association will hold its regular monthly meeting Thursday afternoon, Oct. 10, in the city hall. Hotesses for the meeting will be Mrs. Fred Schneider, Mrs. Joe Schultz and Mrs. Lloyd Smith. Miss Selma Behnkendorf, daughter of Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf, who has been employed m a drug store in Algona for the nast several weeks, has gone to Fort Dodge, where she is employed in Woolworths store. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Gordon Lenz as the hostess. Mrs. Herman Hints Jr., president of the Aid, presided at the business meeting, after which the • afternoon was spent socially. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. * Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley and Mrs James Doak took James Doak to Mason City Friday, where he took the "Rocket" to Kansas City. From here he will go to Olathe, Kans., to spend the week visiting his mother Mrs.-E IV Doak and also help with the farm sale which will be held Oc- abbut November i to a small farm near Columbia, Mo. : m 'ie three Circles of the Meth---- W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon, October 9 Circle One will meet at the _, --2 of M rs . Robert Phillips. Mrs. Alvm Weber as the assistant hostess. The lesson will be given by Mrs. George Wolf and the devotions will be led by Mrs Allen Thompson. Circle 2 will meet at the home of Mrs. Steve Baker with Mrs. Cecil Baker as the assistant hostess. The devo- Uonal_period will be led by Mrs. Phil. Henderson and the lesson will be given by Mrs. Fred '• llways rely, on this great nib for to r*lie«« coughs Caching muscle* are They've been most/ patient about waiting for the tire that '. S. NORTON & SON ). K. RUBBER Coal Anytime - ' 1-i ' j »".*> L ? j",' OVTMAKS I The better the tire, the falter ft sells. •; and we've never seen 'atire sell as fast M the new postwar B. F. Goodrich Silvertown that out« wears and outlasts tires of prewar TtR£S construction. That's why, in the face of outstanding, production, we've had to aslc so many of our customers tP waif j»st a Jittle longer for this tire, It's Extra Safety that caused the Extra Demand for B.F.GOODRICH SILVERTOWNS j. _ Extra safety is an engineered facto* in the' new' 9,' F.Goodrich 1 I £«!.'/ ' Mtr t^i ty - 8 J? d *«*»*'«»»««« to "road shock" from the i 35% stronger body with mpre cords and »n,enfi«}y new and stronger sotd,,.txtr<f safety gad grwef/wotecjioB.agaJnn slwMfegifttW'tlU wider, flatter surface that spreads the wear more evenly/gives you many more mifes pf service than, prewar passenger cur tires. ' ' ' «-a va W "3 •/"** IT^ J. JL %^ II M Wesley: • A Boy Scout troop as organized last Thursday evening at a monthly meeting held at the public school. Ever- ,ett Barr is scout leader, and others assisting in the organization were Reese Martin, Supt. Mullin, Dr. L. L. Pfeffcr and Ed Loebig. The troop will meet every Thursday evening. Adds Basement Store The Graham store here has installed a new basement store, according to Roy Ingham, manager. A new stairway has been constructed leading to the basement and this new department is now open and operating, offering added shopping facilities. WANT ADS BniNGS RESULTS IN A GREEN COLONIAL FURNACE Whatever kind of Furnace you want wlietlier Coal, Oil or 'Gai- Gr«n Colonial tnsintered heat- «nj trill give you the "Big 3" of complete heating latiifaction ... ECONOMY... COMFORT •nd CONVENIENCE. Before you buy any furnace call or tee ui. Laing & Muckey Phone 464. N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa, GREEnCOLOIllfll FUWfiCE SERVICE The THRILL of a perfect game Can't Beat iff Stole Qua/fry Beet KENNEDY & PARSON^CO. Our Re-Modeling is Going Ahead- We expect everything: to be completed on schedule (even with: doors hard to eel) . . . meanwhile we can give you our usual good service in all departments—Service, Repairs, Sales. SEE US MOW FOR FARM WAGONS! Trash-Burning TANK HEATERS Burns cobs, trash, etc. A little early for 'these, bnt they' may be scarce,- Oil 'burning and electric. Hydraulic and Mechanical MANURE LOADERS On Hand to Fit Any Tractor Briggs Farm Wagons Marvel Ail-Steel Wagons Marvel All-Steel Trailers "CHANDLER" ELECTRIC WATERERS Fo». pouJfm h«es and tow jobs for hogs and chickens. 7 or 8 different models -^ choose you.need DAIRY FARM EQUIPMENT Separators and Milkers to Help You Do a Better Job Faster and Easier ... at Lower Cost and With Increased Profits. We hare the DeLaval Dairy Size Electric Drive Separator (an item that has been very hard to get) Unload Your Wagons With A DRIVE-ON CRADLE For Elevator Hoists •Makes Unloading Easier ' and Faster Steel Stock Tanks Pump Jack with Motor Hammermill Belts Steel Farm Gates Lime Spreaders 'Hog', Poultry Waterers, Feeflen 50 Gal, Fuel Supply Tank w Stand Tank! Heaters Hammermills Tractor Saws Curri-Oilers USED FARM EQU IPMENT 1 8-f t. Wood Stock Tank • 1 Portable Concrete 1 Good Wood 38-ft, Grain Elevator l Good Home-made Square Wagon 1 tlir. ¥T J^. D- • Ji BO*, 6*10 #, v I IHC Used Cow Binder j JHC 4S gj ectric Cre ^ m I Silo Filler ; Used'2 WeeJw Firestone TIRES \M Tractolubel SERVICE REPAIRS 714 ..I:' I J

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