The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 22, 1946
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u tl si O U O TJ N D n t. tl PAGEFOUR- 'i MCSCfc tift!l&tii& ; LAKOTA POSTMASTER, WIFE OBSERVED ILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY, OCT. 13 L.-ikola: Postmaster and Mrs. \ Waller Lfslic celebrated their 2f>1.h wedding anniversary Sunday, October 13, with a surprise family dinner at their home. A I hive-tiered wedding cake graced the table at the dinner. Besides Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and tu-ii daughters, Lois and Velma, olIuT guests were another daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Paulson, Lakota, and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Vcrn Jensen, Hn.vward, Minn. Mis. CHIT Burkols, Lakota, and her .sister Mrs. Fred Asche, Ban, emit, left Wednesday morning for the Cities to visit Mrs. Asches son Lero, who is cm- ployed there. Paul Buckels stayed with her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels during her mother's absence. Weds in Minnesota Mrs. George Altizer reports the marriage of her granddaughter Delores McDermott and Roland Walker, both of Easl.on, Minn., who were married October G in Wells, Minn., and left for a trip to the Black Hills. They will make their home in Delevan, Minn. The bride's mother will be remembered here as Alti/er FUNERAL HOME (SUCCESSOR TO MERRITT'S) (Ambulance )OeAvfce Day or Nighb—Telephone 11 ALGONA IOWA and was telephone operator before her marriage. Mrs. Fred Sehroeder enjoyed a surprise on her birthday recently when a few friends came in to help her celebrate the event. Doctor and Mrs. H. H. Murray drove to Ames Saturday and returned Sunday bringing home Kay Murray,who had spent a few days visiting her brother Dennis and Fanchon Heetland. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Lelsyeld of Glenview, 111., visited relatives here last week. LaVerne is a son of Art Leisveld, who is a brother of Mrs. Wade Ball, Algona, and they are visiting there over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pugh of Dululh, Minn., came Thursday for a visit at the J. H. Warbur- tons while on their way home from a throe months trip through 15 western states. They expect to return to the west coast in the near future and will make their home there. Cast Selected For West Bend Play The West Bend junior class play and cast for its presentation has been selected. The play is "Star Craxy". and Mr. E. JVIicrsen, drama instructor, will direct the production. The cast will include Delores AiHlercfifi, Harold Montag, Gordon Smith, Gloria Mikes, Estellyn Banwart, Maxinc Montag, Dean Dunn, Mary Baas and Warren Brown. Let the Thermometer Drop! WE'LL GUARD YOU THROUGH C HIL L Y D A YS Elec. Chill Chaser $10.80 Large Coal Hod 90c Stove Boards 52,00 1'lic perfect electric heater for Companion to your coal-wood Protect the floor covering be- j-hilly bedrooms and bathrooms, space heater. Extra deep, cor- "path your space heater. Made Vou can direct the heat rays rugated for extra strength. ",' ,i'" e ' 1 , *j r ?. e i rus *f Proofed win-re you want them. AC Japanned a rich black. Has enamel finish decorated in current. strong: steel strap handle. iiV smart design. ' 8 6-inch Furnace Pipe LENGTH 30C I'ri'vrnl hiss of heat, increase the cllieicncy of your hea-lins sys.lrui by replacing faulty pipes. (i.iufh sixc, fully cal- vani/cd. Adjuster Sets 60c Holds the storm sash open at any angle, locks securely when closed. Cadmium finish steel, resists rust. With serews, handle and simple installation instructions. 2-Cell Flashlight . 98c Keep one handy in the home— an extra in the car. Popular 3. cell size of strong, light weight Plastic. With thumb switch, clear glass lens. Polished reflector throws a strong light beam. Hunting Knife $2,00 tland.v to have on those hiint- i;it, trips, rorxecl, hitfli carbon, I'hrmnc vanadium steel blade i-\lt-nds through the shaped handle. With leather case. Steel Lawn Broom 90c Smother Fire $1.25 „ A Rood thins to have in the home, car, or farm buildings in case of emergency. Quart si/.e I'.vrene double.action |Him;> ex- tiiiffuishers. Liquid won't injure fabrics, conduct electricity or freeze. Jupanned Fire Shovels Renuzit Cleaner GALLONS IOC The all-purpose French Dry t'leaner. Non-poisonous, docs not jjive oil offensive or dan. serous fumes. Effective cleaner that will not harm delicate or fast color fabrics. 20c Sure Game Traps 28c tyiu- . . . ncrt'ect for llaiuly for firing; coal buritini; '1'cmiiereU steel springs act the Fall leaves. Flexible room heaters. C'orrutfated at with lightning speed. Gets and .steel teeth. sides for extra strength. hold:; large animals. AM H SHBB ^^^W ^^H W^^W ^^Hl ^^^^W ^^^BB^^ • HARDWARE BURT Alvina Masse spent the week* end with her "sister Caroline, Who teaches at Allison. Del Fitch, Lebanon, Mo., visited the first of last week at the home of hi? son Avery. Mary tfean Rachut attended the Homecoming at Wartburg college Waverly Saturday. Mrs. M. L. Vinaas entertained the Sewing Circle at Mrs. P. L. Dremmel's Friday afternoon. Mrs. W. B. Shipler, tLedyard, spent Wednesday, at the home of her parents, -Mr.' and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. Mrs. K. 3f. Smith went to Kingsley last Tuesday to visit until Sunday With her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Little. The H. L. Sauermans, Sparta, Wis., spent Saturday night at Mrs. Albert Staehles. They were on their way to Mitchell, S. D., for the pheasant hunting. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nealy attended a Hardware Association meeting and dinner at the Algona hotel, Friday evening. The Fidelis Sunday school class meets Wednesday afternoon, October 23, with Mrs. F. L. Pratt and Mrs. L. ,E. Riebhoff as hostesses. Mrs. Clinton Henderson and daughter, Lone Rock, spent a clay or two last week with Mrs. Henderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding returned early Friday morning from Mandan, N, D., where they had moved the R. S. Johns of Elmore, Minn., on Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. 'Ferdinand Rcith and the Rev. and Mrs. Loesch, Algona, spent Friday at Deloit, where the Rev. Reith was pastor before"'' "coming to Burt. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogcl took their'daughter Mrs. Robert Melville back-to her home in Iowa City Saturday. She had spent' a cOuplfei^;, weeks with them. '. JffiVJfe, Mr. and Mrs. 1R;V ''fit Bleich and Mr. and Mrs. Ode'y Cherland visited Mrs. Bleichs sister, Tillie Falk, who is a patient in a nursing home in Humboldt, last week Sunday. Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel and daughter Mrs. Robert Melville, and Mrs. G. H. McMullcn and sons Jimmy and Jerry attended the Methodist bazaar at Wesley on Wednesday evening. Bill and Aleeda Toebben arrived Wednesday morning from Chicago. They had -been called here by the illness of their mother, who was taken to Kossuth hospital on Monday after being found on the floor of her home by an agent, Mrs. Olaf Olson, Lake Mills. The other daughter has also been -heretf.^vU' 1 Mrs. Paul Marauley and Mrs. Lillian Sheldon returned Thursday from Mason City, where they had attended the Rebekah Assembly from-TuesdaytoThurs- <X 0. FV Grand Lttdtfe m&tittfr fhey returned with 51m Thursday, ••' ' ' • •. •'. Mn and Mrs, Raymond Mitch" ell and foabyj Trenton, Neto., came the end of last week for a visit at the home of Mrs. Mitch* ell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay B. Graham. Mr. aftd Mrs. Ed Marlow and Mr, and Mrs. Richard Bristow and baby left Thursday for Redfield, S. D., for a visit at the hoine of a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marlow. Mrs. Sam Higgmbottom, who had been a Missionary in India for 34 years, gave a talk at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening. She had addressed the Presbyterial meeting in Algona during the day. Mrs. Niel Nielson of Spencer came over Thursday and took back some of the Uhings' of her mother Mrs. ' Dora Armstrong, who is now living with her. Mrs., Armstrong is confined to her bed most of the time. The Paul Dettmans recently received news of the birth of a daughter Rachel Florine to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Byson on October 10 at an Diego, Calif. This is the first child for the Bysons. Mrs. Byson was formerly Elda Dettman. ' Mrs. Elmer Nelson, Ames, and her son Malcolm, his wife and daughter, who were visiting her from Washington, D. C., visited Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Nelson's brother J. G. McDonald, and that of her sister Mrs. R. F. Elvidge. H. A. Thompson went to Mason City Friday to meet his wife, who returned there from Enid, Okla, where she had been visiting at the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. Vinton Ellis. She went to make the acquaintance of a new grandson. • J. L. Miller and W. J. Lockwood were Ames visitors Wednesday morning. They took down some furniture for Mr. Miller's son Laurence and family; who were moving from a trailer house to one of the new quonset huts just built there. Laurence is a student at Iowa State college. The'Mesdames Ray K. Hill, C. C. Smith, W. W. Boettcher, Delmar Angus, Verne Shipler, A. If. Meinzcr, 'j"nm Ticvncy, J. P. Trunkhill, R. S. McWhorter, Will Ringsdorf, and Marie Grovcr attended a meeting of the Prrsby- H. W. POST DRAT AND TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Lon? Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, IB. /inverttttment From where I sit ... Joe Marsh On Playing the Fiddle Badly X favorite recreation in our town is getting together in one or Tin- other's home and making; music. There's somebody at the piano; a guitar; a fiddle player; and Molly Birtles even has a harp! What comes out isn't the Ixsst music in the -whole world. In fact, a lot of it is downright bad. But •nobody even thinks to question or to criticize. Because the spirit of harmony is there—harmonjrbetvfeen folks who like each other's company, who enjoy the simple, homey atmosphere —with nothing more exciting than old songs, and a glass of moderate beer or cider. From where I sit, it's a heap more important to be a poor fiddle player, than not to play at all. More important to be a part of the American scene—with its community music, homo entertainment, friendly glass of beer — than to hold out for professional perfection. (Besides, I like to play the fiddle—even badly!) Copyright, 19-J6, United Slates iireuicn foundation 300 ACRE FARM h SALE 5 miles southeast of Algona, described us the south half of Sc.cjloii 17, Irvhigton Township (ex. S}£ of the 8WH «»»' t"« SWH). This form is one of the best stock farms In Kossuth County. 175 acres of rich, level Clarion and Webster loum under cultl« ration, balance In feed yards, orchard, grove, building site and blue grass pasture. All newly fenced and eross*feuced, abundance of good water; barn, 40x80, holds 100 tons of liuy; large new concrete stave silo with silage house attached; large cattle shed; cattle burn; hog house, 20x48, with concrete floor; concrete feed floor, 18x48, two large double criUjs and granary; poultry house with concrete floor, 10x48; two large outside hay feeders; small crib with ground feed apartment? two buildings over stock tanks, have concrete floors; pump house; water piped to feed lots; tool and wash house, li bedroom house with full huso* incut and outside drain. All buildings new or re> modeled within the last five years, \ , i ' For further information, inspection of the farm and terms, see o? write to your local Jieul ES. tute Broker. i tith Hodgson aftd '.'EfM, Baftrs attend-: flig p'art, iiif' IKS' .sfeslilbtv and MisS . , . Date KenhMVY Mason City and a tmdk ffbWl 'Ma'Sbn City' caffte llHttfsday ahd |6t Dale's ftif- hitulfe, Which has been stored dt the home of his parents, Mr. aftd Mrs. W. Ti Kennedy, since he was inducted into the artby sev* oral years agb. He and his wife have now secured a : house in Mason City. Since his discharge from the army Dhey had been staying With her jiarents. . enliltM men ffd ^16" attend the Rtacfiltte :ftec" old^ bourse offerM by thrAdjti- t'Snf deneral's sehefiSi,vi>as reeent* ly i ,.graduated from that SoWSe, Pt&f Reynolds,who isi a son,of Mr. arid Mrs. G. W. Reynolds, 5s at presdftt stationed at Camp Lee, va. Prior to 'entrance' In tHe. a?my hei graduated ' frdim the Artierican Institute of Business fit,i:DesiMoines as a junior accountant. •".'•-.:" tME WANT ADS i& his /great- suf $fM he. fee ved telephbfte call iftfbriflinfj hW. ; held the lucky humbeffi and come and get the new ea) at «« tor> Minn;.; y ••-.• ';- '>" • LfiOAL ]a£iANkS,. aesitf' adding machine follsi pads. '•••«*$•• Algeria' Moines, 9 No.' t)6dge staii FARMERS! SEE OUR DEMONSTRATION OF THE HYDRA-LIFT WAGON HOIST DUMP LOADS WITH EASE! COMPLETE WITH FRAMES, RAM AND PUMP _ $ 152 M TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO VOTE FOR ROSELLA VOIGT -S«i4S|ji*S|&|&j^|S|(^^|i^g:&;*. sftH-l t^mMf^S^iK^^K^^^SS^i DEMOCRATIC CANDIDA*! JOR County Treasurer ' ; '" '-'"^'-" '' ' ; ''". : •''-••'• ••'•'•.' ' " Let the Record Speak f^r Jtff If f 10 YEARS AS DEPUTY CLERK UNDER J^PffH DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN TREASURERS : s -Ilt Inserted aud Paid For By R««eUa

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