The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1946 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 22, 1946
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- PAGE EIGHT- .ALGONA ttffiS MOINKS, ALdONA, !OWA. 200 Hardware Men Meet Here — See 14 Hypnotized Two hundred hardware men, their wives and firm employees gathered in Algona last Friday evening for the biggest district meet- in of the Iowa Hardware Dealers Ass'n of the season. HighliffhtiiiK the entertainment program, fourteen of the guests submitted to being: hypnotized, and the hotel .dining: room rang with shouts of Indians giving war whoops, people with hypnotic stomach aches and folks wandering around asleep. Prof. Gerald M. P. Fit/.gibbon of Philadelphia, Pa., exerted the hypnotic spell over the group, as the main part of the entertainment program. John Kohlhnas of Al.ncmn acted ns chairman of the meeting, and Phil Jacobson, secretary uf the slate association, had charge of the program. Members were served dinner both in the dining room and Pine Room, preceding the program, and a hearty good lime was had by all. ~~ BIG DELEGATION OF LONE ROCK LADIES AT CHURCH RALLY Lone Rock: Those from • Lone Rock who attended the Fort | Dodge Presbyterial fall rally hold Thursday, Oct. 17, at Algona were Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. L. Kingma, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. H. A. Blanchard, Mrs. P. M. Christenson, Mrs. Harjjy Hobson, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs.' Eldon Marlow, Mrs. Edw. Ulancliard and Mrs. Will Chris-. Wesley Home Sold Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bebo have purchased the residence of Matt Hiklnum in the southwest part of town and look possession and moved in this week. He had been (arming northeast of Wesley. Mr. Bebn is driving a truck fur Delliert B'".i- ton. The Bebos have four girls and one boy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Willrclt of Lone Rock have n-nliJ I'.ie Ku;v. farm vacated by the Bebos. \VANT ADS BRINGS IIKSIXTS CAFE GOOD FOOD A playlett "Miss Tillie Bean," was presented in which Mrs. H. A. blane/iard and Mrs. W. J. Jot'.on had a part. The main ad- of the afternoon was given uy Mrs. am Higgenbottom, who ias spent the pa i 34 years in India, working with the underprivileged there. The afternoon ivas concluded by a Vesper Service in which Mis. Fred Genrich, .he Ladies' Aid picsident, had a part. -and Mothers Meet The Band Mothers meeting ;vas held Wednesday evening, Oct. Iti, at the home of Mrs. vlurtin Meyer with Mrs. Ben Schmidt assisting hostess. It was decided to discontinue the card parties for the coming year. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and Mrs. £dw. Blanchard 'had charge, of the entertainment, pi izes given •) Mr-. Art Priebe, Mrs. Jim Lone, Miss Benning and Mrs. Ernest Jensen. The next meot- ng will be held November 20 at the home of Mrs. Eldin Marlow with Mrs. M. O. Richards assisting hostess. Dannie Schmidt spent Thurs- day night visiting Clifford Behrends. Roy Heihs is spending some time in Spencer helping Harley Shellitp install nn incubator. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow and -family visited the Rudy Willrett home at Burt Thursday evening. 'Mr. and Mrs. Od"ey CherlantJ spent Sunday visiting at the home of her aunt,. Matilda Falk. Dale Hurzdert. of Des Moines spent the weekend visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Nyman. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hoppe and Roger attended the funeral of his cousin Marie Walker at Algona Thursday. Janet Krueger and Marjorie Houck left Friday night on the train to visit Dick Snyder over the weekend at Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his mother, Mrs. Bena Thomson at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Icaacson of Boone came Thursday to visit at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Anderson. Mrs. Glenn McClcish and Mrs. Fred Flaig attended a quilting party Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Tom Murphy at Bancroft. k Mr. Bob Hulett of Des Moines was a Wednesday evening supper guest al me home of his cousin and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Blanchard Jr. Fred Schultz and Emil Kraft returned Tuesday from visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Schultz and family at Milwaukee Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft at Evansville, .Ind., respectively. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hanna were his mother, Mrs. Ella Hanna, ' and sisters June Adele and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mackey and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albcot Woll'i-en, i\M of 'Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morris received word that their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Cowrie arc the proud parents of a fine baby girl born at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Thursday. Tnis is their second living child, the other bc- inc a girl too. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends .and Ronnie, and Mrs. John Bchrends and Virginia were dinner and supper guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mortenson at Barnum. John Bchrends w;;s a dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dettman Nielson and a supper guest nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fischer. Mr. f>nrt Mrs. Theodore Jacobson and family of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Ktieck .and family of Swea City Were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Wm. NelAon. Mrs. Wilbur Shoopman and Terry of Cylinder and Mrs. Kenneth Bates of Fairmont Minn., spent from Sunday until Wednesday visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson while: their husbands were in Wisconsin. I Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hollister of I White, S. D., spent Wednesday and Thursday visiting . Mr,' and Mrs. W. C. Heiter. They .toere Thursday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bollinger. They left" Thursday for Algona, where thqy \Vill visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegene? afi'djfrorn there they intend to .visit' 'their son Vernon at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vant of Bancroft spent v ; Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Heiter. ORDINANCE NO. 288 "U" TURN ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE. -v PROHIBITING THE MAKING .OF' A COMPLETE "U" TURN ON ., DESIGNATED PORTIONS OF STATE STREET, PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION, AND REPEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT. BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Alg6na, Iowa: Sec. 1. It shall be unlawful for the operator of any vehicle to turn such vehicle so as to pro'- ceed in the omjositn direction or niake a complete "U" turn upon any portion of State Street of the City of Algona, whether .upon an intersection of said State, Street with any other street ayenuc or alley, or elsewhere,, between i the cast line of the intersection of State Street with HiUl Street and the east line of the-intersection' of State Street with Phillips Street. . - •• ••>"•"!>"•• • Sec. 2. Anyone" Voila'tlng 'i>ny of the provisions'-bf'this' Oi'di- CLASSIFIED ADS IN THIS NEWSPAPER REACH OVER 4,100 KACH,IS$UE,, • • SHOES REPAIRED While You tt It Was Always My Favorite Suit" NICHOLS SHOE REPAIR has an additional 'triced shoe repairman—this en'abies' to irive you QUICKERSf&rviCe. Guaranteed workmanship Mod- crate' prices- . . •":<«;'":>•''' » '.'.'•' *(.'•<.•'' Women's. Heel t^fts L'fls of prime' leather or rturab'c composition attached to votir ?hocs. While you \\9.V or shop service. Invisible Half Soles Th'' factory method for attaching soles. Ask about, them for flrvilillKy anil that "now'; appearance. NOW IT'S FRESH FOR ANOTHER SEASON THANKS TO Expert Dry Cleaning by * LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS Free Pick Up and Delivery • ' East Across the Street From Court House PHONE 267 •mail Complete New Heels We can recover your sctif- fc'l or worn hcois to loolc like new. New heels attach, ed to your shoes iji any s'ze. School. Shoes We pride ourselves on the quality nf materials used for '•''lldici' 1 *IIOPS. Sturdy lea- tJiRr or durable composition sblcr. used . • Vvork Shoe Repair M-M! AsU for cur specially Ircatnrl leather or durable composition soles for. work shoes. They are. longer wearing. Mens, Women's, Children's HALF SOLES Genuine Oak Leather or Composition. Shoe Polishes and Laces NICHOLS SHOE REPAIR Behind Kent Motor shall U£ori cdnvietion be punished by a fine of not ex- deedlftg Twenty-fiVe D6llars ($26.00) or imprisonment for not exceeding five (5) days. • S*e. 9. That Ordinance No. 244 of the Ordinaces of the City of Algona be and the same is here- by repealed. See, 4, This Ordinance, shall be' in fUll force aftd 'efftict from and after its passage and ao*op* tion and publication as provided by law, PASSED, ADOPTED and approved this 10th day of October, <r V ADAH 6ARL30N, - ' -'"eily Cl6rfc te• the tilty of 1 -, > ~ " Altdha, Ib^va. ,,Ap&roved od this 10th day of October,,. 1946. • • PRANtt KOttLMAAS, Mayor of the City of TUESDAY, bc¥. J AlgOHBj . . The above Ordinance Nb, 288 is duly authenticated this I0fh "day Of October, 194d FRANK" KOttLHAAS/' ADAM CARLSON,' (Official City Sen!) City Clerk. BUILDIKG SUPPLY CO. COWAN'S HAVE PLENTY OF WALLPAPER AS 7,1. LOW AS 8c PER ROLL AT THESE PRICES, TOO! 18" 28" 35" 49° 65 C PER ROLL AND UP BAR-NONE.Jhese Are Real Values CELAIN porcelain surfaces quickly ^' very;; : 'tieatly, :l_oz,,,. t ,. PI.ATr-GLASS MIRRORS ...;Large s'ze beautiful plate glass .mirrors to add beauty OC QC to your home S»«»iiJv Up U1RE BRUSHES Assorted sizes in a large group priced from COWAN'S HAND CLEANER Removes dirt and grease and grime and really does it..... BRASS SHINE Shine up 1:he metal around your house like doorknobs, etc 35c 39c 50c HOUSEHOLD SANDPAPER Household size sheets in packet; IQn of 20 assorted grades. ,...'..'..„•..:„ • W» POW0ER-ENE RUG CLEANER You can dry clean your.'rugs right at home and .on l.hc floor with this .... LePAGE'S GLUE Assorted sizes in'this-all- purpose glue ar. low as 98c I2c SCOTCH BOY POLISH The polish that cleans as it pol- . ishes. Makes furniture gleam. Pint GLAZING COMPOUND Armstrong's 'brand for use on ' wood or metal windows 20c STRIP S'^AL Easy to apply strip seal for caulk, ing windows against winter winds PUTTY KNIVES Gaoci-well-Tnade putty knives at this very low price ..; I5c 35c SCOTCH FASTF.NERS A new tvpe of fastener that pulls joints together tif.htly, RTRINC GLASS For rnaK'na windows, use over «-oreen rioors, chicken houses, etc 57c Yd. Housewives! Cere's Something NEW! FOLDING ALUMINUM INSIDE CLOTHES LINE Takes only a few feet of floor space when open, and folds up into nothing when not in use. Use it for your stockings, lingerie and other washables. All aluminum* very light. BUILDING Sl/PPLY CO, PHONE 275 Yes, We Have Corralled Some Top-Brand Bargains For You! Foam Rubksr Sponges For a hundred and one cleaning., purposes. This quality has been scarce. Wax-Off Cleaner A fine Removes dirt and wax. cleaner to use on furniture and woodwork. Patching Plaster rracks and holes in piaster in a jiffy. 2'/a pound size. Double-X Floor Cleaner Quick acting-and economical in use. Put your floors in A-1 shape. WhiteC!otk Glars covering 3§c For making windows, over screen doors, chicken houses, etc. yd. Brush Cleaner Cleans out your brushes quickly. No mess— ' easy to use. . Infra-Red Heat Lamp Protect against colds with one of these portable infrared heat lamps. A Good "Steer" to Some Real RADIO Values! Table Radios 5 Tube and Larger * i. 32 35 Up COWAN'S havr just been unpacking a large shipment ot new radios. Come in and see them — hear them — there's a radig you'll like in this group, Also record-player;; and a tmart new bar- radio! V ', GLASS CLEANER SPECIAL!, Don't Forget!, Kids! Algona's Big Halloween Party Is Coming On October 31st! SPONSORED BY AIGONA LIONS CLUB

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