The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1946 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 15, 1946
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•yVl£y^?V ! W*VI^ '•v•'•'••.' ' : ': .-•. •'''' ''-'•— •/: •C'::''; : -' i " ; ^ v >: ''V'-:-•','•• ••,.•.. ,r^' : ^Vy' : ^..':>.; .' v :^7~'iv '-"^^^''-^'^"-^^C^^X ''•^ ; -'y : '-\vr. ; ': 1 ' •..-• ;: ^ ! ; r .J^'^7'.\Vf'.' : ~'v ! ^'-/'':Vv ; -'^i"^ '^rx^^f^'i^'^ PAGE SIX.. f fff'jfm .mjtW^*LtlTmMj4 Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kr c scnsky attended the Ames-Kansas game at Ames Saturday. Mrs. .fafncs Murtiigh l c ft Wednesday for Nevada, Mo., for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Oration. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Giossi and son Bill and Ruby Murtha attended the Ames-Kansas Ames Saturday. Gene Kelly, who attends Minneapolis School of Art, spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Elrri^r Kelly. Mabel Crafty arid Dor* Wallace of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the home of the former's sister Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mrs. FJartk DiHgiey Mid returned Wednesday from a few days at Des .Moines with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugent, (lie Joe Bloom, St.'Patil, Was hi Al- 17 Jeweled Movement, guaranteed, $29.75 World Famous Styles, priced from $24.75 up PHONE EAST STATE GIFTS • WATCHES WATCH REPAIR Honeywell s Electric Janitor Is the best investment we ever made. To Save Fuel HONEYWELL Electric Janitor Damper Control Plus Installation Order Now Supply Is Limited NOW . . . What is an Electric Janitor, You Ask? HERE IT IS— The Electric Janitor is the product of the world's largest control manufacturer/especially designed for domestic hand-fired heating plants. It is entirely electrical ... no manual attention is require ai any time . . . just set the "heat leveling" thermostat at the temperature you desire and presto — the Electric Janitor will hold the h«at where you want it. No more over-heating or under-heating when you have an Electric Janitor. No more running up and down basement steps to open and close the drafts or check dampers. No more wasting of precious fuel so badly needed. and with an Electric Janitor there is not ojily saving' Jn ppr- sonal time and energy and in fuel, but in rfloney, too. 'In fact, it will nay for itself before you know it. Installation is very simple, , AH necessary accessories, such as pHlJe.ys, chain, color- coded cable, transformer, etc. are supplied In one' package if Be Thrifty •£ Be Smart if Be Patriotic. •^ Order An Electric Janitor Today! '•W1WT ^ _ _. i Botsford Lumber Phone £56 Jim Pool gona from Thursday until Sunday looking after/business matters pertaining to this Coast-to-Coast store Mr. and Mrs. Arto Miller o Windom, Minn., wefe guests Tucs- dSy to Thursday of the Otto SbhiVildts and attended the fu'nefa of Claude 'H«fii. Jftiia ttitittcn arrfvcd Idsl w*e'k from California to visit her slsle'r Mi's. Russell Kelly. She was for- fnerly .employed in the James Drug. She made the trip by 'plane Merylc Morton, \*hb recently moved to Bremerton, Wash., with her mother Mrs. B. E. Norton, has recently become a mem'ber of the Healtih Nurses Service staff in Bremerton. Mr. Anil Mrs. W. I. Salient of Des. Moirtes visited the Sai'genl plant in Algona Thursday, Oct. 10 on their way fo Lake Okoboji, and wei'e guests of Homer Anderson local manager. Mrs. A. L. Peterson returned Tuesday from Regina, Sask., where she spent three weeks with hei sister-in-law Mrs. Myrtle 'Norton She also visited her nephew Wm. Norton at Ft. QuApelle, Sask. Sunday guesis of Mrs. Mary Steinman wore her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Parr and Marilyn, Austin, Minn., and Mr.and Mrs. Kenneth Hanson, also of Austin. Mrs. Oscar Anderson was i & en to the Kpssuth hospital Saturday suffering with a stomach ailment. She is being fed intravenously for a few days, after which time she will be taken home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson and the former's mother Mrs. C. W. Pearson, Hampton, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson. Mrs. Pearson remained for a longer visit. She is a sister of Mrs. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Blanchard turned last week from Waterloo where they attended the Dairy Congress and visited Mrs. Blanchard's daughter Mrs. Wayne Wolfe. Since their return Mr. Blanchard has .been ill a few clays. Mrs. Marie Pedcrsen has received word"of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Roland Pedersen, Denver. The baby was born Octo- toer 4 and is the second son for the Pedersens. Mrs. Pedersen now has four grandsons and a granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson spent Sunday at Humboldt with their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Do Grotto. They brought their granddaughter Sharon DC Grptte back with them and she will remain here a couple of months. Mrs. Mary Dudek, mother of Mrs. Clara Craft and Mrs. Frances Grantham, is recovering nicely from a recent- operation for gall stones at St. Mary's, Rochester. Mrs. Grantharrx is with her and Mrs. Craft spent the weekend there. Mrs. Dudek is 82 years of age. She was able to sit up Sunday. Tom Beardsley left the Kps- suth hospital Slindsfr ' foJlopMrig an accident in which he received head injuries when the Modern Dry Cleaners truck he was driving and a car collided a few weeks ago. He is fully recovered but must not return to work for awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reynolds spent Sunday at Rochester with Mrs. Reynold's sister and her 'lusband, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ridenuor. They were accompanied by Mrs. W. J. Payne, mother of the women, who remained fir a longer visit with the Ridcnours. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Knecht and daughters Carla Rao and Ine?., 9pont Sunday at Buffalo Center with Mrs. Knecht's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Venteicher. A family dinner was enjoyed in celebration of Mrs. Venteicher's birthday. Sunday evening guests of the Knechts were Mr. and" Mrs. Harold Baas West Bend. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Crelzmeyer .vent to Minneapolis Saturday to meet their son Dr. Charles Cretzmeyer, who is located at the Pennsylvania hospital, Philadelphia. He will remain here a week with his parents. Jane, daughter of the C. H. Cretzmey- ers, who teaches at Austin, Minn., spent the weekend with the family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sheldon are parents of their second child, a son 'born Oct. 10 at the Kossuth hospital. The baby weighed 10 pounds and 5 ounces and has been named Michael Zane. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sheldon, Eldora. The Sheldons spent the weekend here arid took the grandson David home with them for this .week. Richard Sheldon is employed at the Algona UpDBr Des Moines. Mrs. William B. Higgins and Billie Pat have returrfed from a six weeks visit at Sioux City with her mother-in-law Mrs. William Higg'ins. Enroute home she was joined by her sister Mrs. Robert Schmidt and Carol Ann at Cherokee and Betty Ann McEnroe primary teacher 'at Marcus. Miss McEnroe spent the weekend here, but Mrs. Schmidt remained for a fortnight. Mr. Schmidt has purchased a furniture store, at Ontario, Calif., and Mrs. Schmidt expects to join him as soon as arrangements are completed for transportation of the household goods. es fills up with stuffy t gestlon-put a few dro eapft nostril.' ' Mrt. M. K. fi^h4M*»ii fliifed her father W. H. Carroll at Blooming P.rairle, Miftn., last week from fues'day* till FrMay. Mf. and Mrs. Murfay MswMs arid Clayton Spent,, Suftday at Northwood., with, Mr. Mowers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Mqwers, Mrs. kehry fieimets s£ent last Thursday at the home tif Mr. and Mys. Leonard Geelan, a sister, and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Pain. . . . . " Mesdatties Bob LaBarre, Sab McCullough Phyllis Sawyer, Bob Richardson, Craig Smith, and Bob Williams spfciit Saturday at Mason City. ,. . , , • Linda and Michael, children of Mr. and Mfs. Craig Smith, spent Friday and Saturday with their gfandparfehts. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming at Whittemore. Mf. and Mrs. William Burbank of Waterloo were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson. Mrs. Burbank is the former Gladys Prescott, physical training teacher here a few years ago. . 6. £« Andrews 61 Sajfifte>, Wash, spent A few days here with , her ni&fie, Eva Pfesftdll. Mrs. A'ndl s ewg i& editor of the Surtirier News-Inde'x. Mrs. Weriry fctilmeifs 1M Moftj^ 'day, for Emmetsbtirg, where she went to care for her mother, who is ' seriously ill with leukemia. Little hope is held for her recovery. . Esther Fiieh and AhdfeW Miller of Cedar Rapids spent .the weekend With her mother, Mrs. P. W. Mansen, and other rela* lives. Esther is employed as a stenographer at Cedar Rapids. Clifford Carlsbn spent from Sunday until Tuesday at the home of his'aunt Mrs. P. W. Hansen. He then returned to Florida to check in at the navy hospital, He is a chief petty officer in the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Lfeslie RoSs sjfeni Sunday at Albert City with their daughters and husbands, Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Satory. Their son Merle Ross, who has been in service 23 months and was located near TSftyd, HSd S^n hofn*<* 6rl furlough and left Friday for FOrt SheridaH, 111., fd i-etei^e 'his discharge. ,• . .« . •: -,,. ,. , ,• Mr. aiid Mri. Abe Tuttl*/Bllj6 Earth, 'afrfivM last week fdr a few weeks visit with, their- daughter) and Sbn^irt'laW Mr. nttd Mrs. William, Hfntfeenfieftf' Mf, attU M*s. Q»6ifS* J6Mi!iMft, Eldora, recently visited ttte Ifit- ter's britther and wife and Mr, and Mrs. R. G. Richardson. The •JoKrfcons F are former w«ll 'kMwri Algoiiians an'd Mr. Johfisdn operated a shoe", repair shop here. He has a posltibh at Eldftra, teaching shoe repair W6fk at the industrial training school. Bob Feller In Exhibition Contest ,;Fent6n: Fentbn high school's baseb'dll .tearh spent Friday in ~ ' *"""" .taking in the exhl- Electitfh .^Wesley: Mrs. Charies Klfause was named president of the Methodist Ladies Aid at: a recent meeting. Mrs. A. M. Lease is vice president,, Mrs. F. A. Diekmann is secretary, Mrs. Clarence Ward Was named treasurer, arid Mrs. ' Herman pstercamp WaS We Aie C-1-o-s-i-n-g (Ni4 ALL 1946 MTTE8SS * —Aiffl You Get The SAVING Because Prices Are Ridiculously LOW! COME IN RIGHT NOW AND CHOOSE YOUR WALLPAPEfc s&Sr'etaf'y, . officers elected were Mfs. J/Ai RJggs, Spiritual secre* tary.; Mrs. John Paulson, chll- df-eti's wb?l<r Mf»> fattl Efdmanj of sW'dertt,vW6rk; Mrs, ,v , P. C, HiSiynes, suppler secretary; and Mrs. C. W. Behskitt, literati^ dgofetaV'y, The" : groUp is pfenning US M- ntial;>w«aar a'hd chiekett 0cU<f. .. bitidfi ; baseball -f flWift*- !»:• Bob Feller-played, Makihg the • :* Theesfield,' ;. Vincent Frank Mttell&f, :«e£ bafth, fieaft Lufkirt, Janie| Frank Mierilte^ Kenneth Willidrh rFfiddHch, .Jtfc hardt, HfirBld ' BerMaffd, Berkeland, Laytoh fiehne, G Mansager and Dale 'Mitchell; 'Drivers Were E. •$< ^' J. A. Schwartz, Etfgene r gcr and B. G. Setkelafiff, ' Coach Va : iigHah also \V6nf fc f #• I t' f I y t It costsJe'ss tMan, O^fi PER HUNDRED HEADERS Jo' veftise in The Algona Up|tet'"De8, r Moines, ..: .^..v, ..».*,•.•.*. •.•'..v.fa^lAi&i.'' THE REXALL STORE most important ail cars to you are. CAR YOU'RE DRIVING and your forthcoming NEW CHEVROLET KEEP IT VVELL SERV- ; . ICED by bringing it . IP our modern Chevrolet Service Headquarters at regular intervals, ana* gain these practical ad vantages:,(!) safeguard your present transportation; (2) avoid the major* breakdowns which so often hit old cars'In cofd weather; (3) save money . by preventing serious troubles and repair bills; and (4) maintain fhf resale ' value of your car. "Remerrfoer-^'we're members of America's foremost automotive service organization; and motorist after motorist ^fi) fell you, OUR cAfcsipvttt )s CAR-SAVER, Com. REST ASSURED THAT WE'LL MAKE DELIVERY of your new Chevrolet just as quickly as we can, although it's impossible to give accurate estimates of "delWery "dat*s; We're getting'our fair share of Chevrolet's current output, but production is still running 8 far below normal, even though Chevrolet pi/f/f rriprt cart ana 1 frwcts than any other manufacture f dvrmg fAe fWrsf ^arrer of 1944. fa our sincere thanks to you for Waiting fpr delivery^-and oW assurance that your patience; will be well rewarded when you take possession of this cajr, giving CQSTI Koswtti. Motor'Co. J HONE ?00 F6r Prompt City 6r Goiiiit^y " i '-^^^^J?^^^B?J»^fe^^H'HJIli^to^»»i'iilii • <•••• ''Place YoWpriae'rs No^/tVith^itJs for J^ Storm Sash and Doors Take a check on your storm windows and storm doors. If they need replacing, give us yoiir order now. Under present conditions, we heed a little time to f|ll your order, and want (o get! doors and windows to you before snow f Ji'es, }• CORN : Big corn crop and shortage ol ' ard cribbing,- Norton's' can by provi(diin^ pole§ and ^boards temporary cribbing that will do th*e . . 's Jtls qn the track now a ^ ,£^ ; .^«*:Mii

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