The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1946 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 15, 1946
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I'AGE FOUR. Upper Des Moines Want Ad* Bring Results. Phone 520-W For Prompt Service On BOTTLED GAS '20 Years Experience—No Red Tape— Dependable Delivery—Just Phone Us and We'll Do the Rest. Bjustrom's Furniture Co. Algona, Iowa PLOW INJURED NEIGHBOR'S LAND ATWHITTEMORE Whittemorc: A number of rel- H lives and neighbors of Leo Elbert, who had the misfortune to fracture his heel when he had to jump from a straw stack while threshing at his farm, plowed 35 acres at" the Elbert farm Tuesday. Those who used their tractors and plows were Maurice Fickbohm, Erwin Struecker, Clelus Sal/, John Conley, Gerald Elbert, Lewis Dogotch, Vincent Siilz, W. O. Elbert, and Sterling Simonson. Those who helped Mrs. Elbert prepare the dinner were Gladys Struecker, Mrs. Simon Elbert, and Mrs. Charles Siil/. Mr. Elbert has made several trips to Sioux City to have his foot taken care of and is still wearing a cast. W"cl 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Gcrhart Wchr- spann celebrated their 50th wcd- dinu anniversary Sunday afternoon at their home with their immediate family. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehrspann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Vaucll and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz {.lade and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wehrspann were married by the laic Rev. William Kiiulslich here in St. Pauls Lu- ANNIVERSARY MONTH Heie At Last!!! THE SENSATIONAL • GENUINE "SELWYN" Electric Irons Bntk NOW . . . chromium pl»l- rc], special nlloy — cnrroilloM, Designed will. 1'lUil KCTION in mind! a**. ENJOY Gas Stove Convenience With YOUR RANGE U E E N BAMOE BURNER CONVENIENCE The (JL'ICEN Range Burner now brinies Ihr convenience, labor saving, cleanliness and cc<.noin.v of "Gas" cooking to a coal or wood r-niKc or fiiokslova. After 15 years' service in lliousancls of homes, the QUEEN Range I'.unicr has proved so convenient, so clean anil easy to control that housewives say they would never go back to old methods. Quickly ii>.la!lcd in any range or cook stove with a lire box of ordinary size. M\K!.S A MOUKIIN "GAS" STOVE FROM ANY RANGE OR COOK STOVE BURNS 90% AIR Tin- reina!Uable economy offered by the QIUUCN RaiiKc Uiinicr is the tremendous volume oi' air used in the heating flame. Besides, it burns lo\v priced fuel oil (No. 1 distillate). It heats the oven to SOU degrees for 12 hours on two ivallons of low cost fuel. Besides, the Qlin:.\ Range Burner heats so quickly that the oven temperature can be raised to 300 degrees in :JO minutes. HYDROXYLATION PRINCIPLE The QUEEN Burner is a not type, burner and should not In: confused with out-of-date ring type burners in any way. In the QUEEN Uurner, the oil vaporizes from a pool of oil around Uie oil inlet. It will produce 50% more heat on 1-3 less oil—a burner with a 15-ytar reputation. A substantial saving in operation cost under either manufacture, bottled gas or electricity. $4350 42 Plus Installation No Soot or Ashes! No Smoke! No Dirt or Work! Unconditionally Guaranteed The ALGONA O. V. Peterson Phone 274 H A R D W A R E FARM AND HOME EQUIPMENT -.ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, ALfcONA, IOWA BETTY BEADLE OF SWEA CITY BRIDE THURSDAY NIGHT '' TUESDAY, OCT. 15,1946 theraft church Oct. 13, 1890, and 26 years ngo they retlrod from their farm now occupied by their son Louis and moved to whltte- fnore to their home in the south part of town. One daughter, Mrs. William Voight, passed away two years ago. Merman Zumach and son Herbert attended a grocer's convention held at Des Moines last Week* Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Potratz, Lotts Creek, were Thursday visitors at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer were called to LuVerne Thursday due to the death of Max Meyer, father of Ernie Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Mike .Waldron of San Francisco Calif., are visiting at the R. L. Richardson home and Peter Waldron and John Waldron home. Fred Fish, who is attending Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with his mother Mrs. Maude Fish. Fred is taking up pre- mcdic work. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith, West Bend, Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and sons, from San- Francisco, Calif., were Friday evening dinner guests at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hcidcnwith. Mrs. Harry Payne, Los Angeles, Calif., spent several weeks here visiting with her sister and brother Sophia and Fred. Helmke and other relatives.'- She returned home Mondayv making the trip both ways by jajrplano. . A surprise party was held at the Erwin Slruecker home in honor of Mrs. Fred vStrucckcr's birthday. Others who Attended were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer nnd family, GarneStf Mr. and Mrs. Werner StrueckeT and family, Algona, and Mrv^and Mr. Walter Strueckcr and'-lamily of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hciden- with, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidcnwith, West Bend, drove to Boone early Sunday morning, when; they 'ook the former's daughter Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and hev two sons Ralph and Danny, where they boarded the Challenger, to return to their home in San Francisco, after spending seven weeks here with her parents. Mrs. Harry Schmeling entertained a number of ladies at her home Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Martha Braatz and Mrs. Rosa Zabel, Milwaukee. Others who were present were Mrs. Lillic Geelan, Margaret Fandel, Mrs. J. H. Hclmkc, Mrs. Louis Braatz, Mrs. G. W. Wehr- spann, and Mrs. Edward Grein- crt. Five hundred was played, Mrs. Geelan winning high and Mrs. Zabel low. A luncheon was served. Mrs. Louis Braatz. entertained a number of ladies, at her homo; Tuesday evening, at 500 at three 1 tables. Weseht .were Mrs. Mar-. itHa BraatfcWrtH Ttogfi Zabel, Milwaukee, Wis., Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl, San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. H. J. Hclmkc, Mrs. Harry Schmeling, Mrs. H. W* Behnke, Margaret Fandel, Mrs. Lillian Geelan, Mrs. Erwin Struecker, /Irs. Edward Grcincrt .and Mrs. orcnz Gade. A luncheon was ervcd following the games. Taken To Hospital Union: Mrs. Oscar Anderson was taken to the K6ssuth hospU tal this past weekend tot rrtedU cal attention but was reported much better Monday (today) and would return home in a lew days. ""-.'• Divorce Is Granted Alice Needham was granted a divorce from Daniel Needham in Kossuth district court, .last Tuesday, by Judge Fred M; Hudson. It was the only district court matter to come up In the past week. Swea City: In a beautiful candlelight ceremony, at 7:30 Thursday evening at the Imman- ucl Lutheran church here Miss Belly Beadle, daughter of Mrs. Silas Johnson, became the bride of Mclvin Ingelbarts, son of Mr. and Mrs. OUo Inglebarls. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Youngquist. Nuptial music waa played by Mrs. Youngquist, and Mrs. August Peterson offered vocal selections. Tillie ' Beadle, sister ol tnc bride, acted as bridesmaid, and Chris Ingelbarts was the best man. Little Beverly Troff, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Robert Beadle, brother of the bride, acted as usher. The bride wore a floor length white crepe gown and a finger lip veil with a cluster of pearls in a halo.effect. She wore silk elbow gloves and carried a bouquet. She entered the church on the arm of her brother, Hollis, and they were met at the altar by the groom and best man. At the close of the wedding ceremony, Mrs. Peterson sang "The Lord's Prayer," and congratulations were then received by the bride and groom. A wedding dinner was served to 50 friends and relatives at the Lutheran hall immediately after the ceremony. The tables were prettily decorated with white and yellow 'streamers and the bridal party had placed before it a large three-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and : Mrs. OUo Engelbarts and son. .Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Engelbarts and' son -•• Ardeji of fcedyard; Mir^,, andUrMrs. Petqr Troff and farhily^Gerfled; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beadle, and Don Jcnson, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Aeilt Troff and son Arnold of Ledyard; and Rev. and Mrs. Darnauer, Lakota. LOW COST ADVERTISING — That's what you get in Upper Des Moines want ads! Over 4,000 George's Special CHICKEN or " RIBS Algonquin INDIAN STYLE GEORGE'S CAFE Where Good Pood & Good Fellowship Meet 'TYOUR CAR MUST \ CONTINUE TO GIVE / YOU SERVICE UNTIL. YOU CAN GET Get Your Car Ready Genuine Replacement Parts For Carburetor and Ignition Batteries -' Winter Oil - Grease Hoenk Motors OSCAR E. 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