The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1946 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 29, 1946
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?'&^AM;*B0aWffl?M;CT37??Vy;Bi*V? ; ;^;|l:/fl«pi:¥i*^lft%^^ PAGE SIX Edgar Inlay Heads Lakota Scout Troop Lakota: The [irsl orsanizatinn meeting for the new Buy Scouts troop was held at the city hall last week Monday nij-ht with 13 AtGOSfA uWEft Dm MOINES, ALGONA, boys present. The scoutmaster is Edgar Inlay with Russell Castor and the Kev. F. F. Darnauer as assistants. The troop committe is Emory Smith, chairman, George Heetland. Mclvin Ukcna and V. A. Barrett. My aus-tor-iars rc&lly Reserve a msd^l/ 1 0 TliayVc been so considerate c -o.-ut tVaitifjg a bit foc-ihe/ •'i.'ira ^hafe... Even despite the outstanin duction in H.l'.CiOoiii''ch's year history, so many n.'w tomers have heard ;ilii>ut amazing performance of the new H.l'.Gooilrich Silvertown we've lu:tl to ask our customers to wait at times. And they've been grand. 5i5v©8-town is sell- orili waging for The New B.F. ©cock'' ing like hot cakeo — If you're look")?' f°'' :l P-ivwDKLT csr tire that v.ill O.H Vl'ii A K PXUVAK TIRES, pick the ntw ppsi'.v." which has -been trMcil nn i.'.xi /iciMS, police cars, spt-cial K'st, ami by hundreds of tliousat-.tis "'" '' ir <"''>vr.ers. Tests showed the \,UOV, ll:ut'.v treat! puts more rubber on the rn.u!; provides longer mileage, belter pvciecti'in it.Tainst skidding. This means m.irc s,i!V.y—more. value—more economy—:"or.: re.:.;nn for waiting a little luii'.y-'.' 1 for liie tire that OUTWEARS PKFAY'AK TUU'S. Con be bought on S.n-.-.'l Down Payment- and Convenient Term WELDERS Lester DcBolt 118 N. Thorington Phone 30? WOMAN'S CLUB AT BURT PLANNING POTLUCK SUPPER Hurt: The Hurt Woman's club met Monday evening, October 21, at the home of Ruth'. Hodgson, with Mrs. \V. J. Lockwoocl assisting hostess. Before the program the president, Mrs. W. B. Officer, gave a report of the recent .district meeting. : • • ••'•' The program included piano solos by Jovce Ryerson, a review of "A Nation of Nations" by Louis Adamic, given by Mrs. O. H. Graham, a flute solo by Shirley Lockwood, accompanied by Ruth Hodgson; "Seals of Our Country," by Elizabeth King, presented by Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. The next meeting will be a guest night Pioneer Politick Supper at the sehoolhousc at 7 p. m. November 4. Mrs. Fred Lavrcnz entertained Friday afternoon at a ' Stanley tea. The Birthday Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Wietner. Mrs. W. B. Shipler, Ledyard, spent Friday at the home of her brother Donald Ringsdorf. Lloyd Steward of Iowa Falls visited his mother Mrs. Mary Steward, and other relatives Thursday. The Portland Service club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Wolf, Mrs. Tom Trenary assistant hostess. Mrs. Isabel Steward, Mrs. Mary Steward, and Mrs. Paul Mac'aulcy were Mason City visitors last Wednesday. Mrs. Andy Phillips and baby of Algona spent severaTdays last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Moore. Mrs. J. H. Graham went to Webster City Friday evening to spend the weekend at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. A. Iliff. J. L. Miller and Harold Steward attended a district meeting of Farmers Elevator managers at West Bend Thursday evening. Revival meetings are being held at the B'ull Gospel church. An evangelist O. S. Nederbo of Chicago is conducting the meetings. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hawcotl The Excitement? It's the New GRUMBLIZED (Made Only by Cargill) Ann for bcttcr-than-averas'' CKK pro- 'Hiction. Aim to bring your flock out of Mir pin-money into the bis-money bnii'Uet. Try CargiU's new history-mak- SIIR form of laying feed — lien-sized mmiblizet'*. Not a m-ash, not a pellet, bul lien-sized food bits packed with rich I'sif-niakin? materials. Tests show .ions pay off with more eggs on a CUUM- ration. See us soon. Gaigill 40% Hog Supplement Wt- advise getting your orders in soon, before the price •{ties ui). We cnn tnke care of you on this item now. iill Calf Meal 01 Pellets Have YOU tried this Cartfill feed? Drop in at our store and ift K.S ifo over it with you. It's on the ball. Beef and Dairy Supplement \V( have a good stock of 32% Beef and 20' i Dairy Supplement on hand and can give you immediate delivery. And Don't Forget Our \ Dog Food for Finicky Pups FITCH FEED STORE "Oil the Comer by the Milwaukee Depot" attended the funeral of Mrs. Hawcott's grandfather Robert Runchey, Algona, Friday afternoon. , , Dorothy McConald returned Tuesday from Hempstead, N. Y., where she had spent a'couple of weeks wi(;h her sister, Mrs. Toiiy Pace, Arthur Groeh arrived Wednesday, after having received his discharge from the army. He recently returned from service in Japan. The Hugh McDonalds were Friday evening dinner guests at the J. G. McDqnald home in honor of Mrs. 3. G. McDonald's birthday. ' . Pfc . Carol Reynolds .arrived Wednesday from Camp Lee, Vn., for a. week's visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reynolds. Frank Perry, manager of the Hurt theater, has had a large new\ neon sign and marquee (ir canopy installed about the theatre entrance. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow and daughter returned Friday from a visit with relatives at Rcdlield, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carr attended the Fashioni Caravan at Fort Dodge last week Sunday with Mrs. Carr's aunt Mrs. Ann Fcchner, Algona. Mrs. Frank Bahling entertained Mrs. Gerta Thompson, Mrs. Carrie Larson, Mrs. S. M. Peterson and Mrs. Joe ZanUe at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. W. Boottcher returned Thursday from Minneapolis, where she had spent several days. She went with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wcisbrod of Fenton. The Clarence Larsons left Friday for their home at Waterloo after spending a week with Mrs. Larson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson and other relatives. Pvt. Gerald Perdue arrived last Saturday from Fort. Lewis, Wash., for a visit at the home 1 of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perclue. He expects soon to be sent overseas. Mrs. Mary Steward, the. Paul Macauleys and Mrs. Isabel Steward and son Merton were dinner guests a week ago Sunday at the Myron Mcinzer home near Seneca. Mrs. G. O. McFarland and daughter Mrs. Ruth Godden attended a shower for Mrs. Melvin Burnett Friday afternoon at the Henry Donlje home near Garled. Mrs. E. V. Zigrang of Hollywood, Calif., and Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson were gests a,t a one o'clock luncheon at the Esther and Ruth Hodgson home Thursday. Mrs. W. F. McFarland and Alfred McFarland of Bane.-oft end Mrs. Ellen Wood, Webster City, were last week Tuesday dinner quests at the G. O. McFarland home. Mrs. Kenneth Zimmerman of Des Moines came the first of last week for a visit at the home of her mother Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk. Mr. Zimmerman joined her here Thursday. The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will observe the annual Week of Prayer <md Self- Denial with a service at . the church at 2:15 p. m. Wednesday afternoon October 30. The American Legion and Auxiliary will nieet Tuesday evening, November 6, in the Le- 'iton hall with Mrs. Bill Garman, Mrs. J, C. Geesman and Mrs. O. H. Graham as hostesses, The Floyd Duncans, Fenton, ahd Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf spent Tuesday evening at the Tom Trenary home. The Wm. Tren- arys were Sunday evening visitors at the Trenary home.' . C. B. Chipman took Mrs. Anna Toehbcn by ambulance to the home of her daughter Mrs. Olof Olson at Lake Mills Wednesday. She had been a patient at the Kossuth hospital for a week or two. ' Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham spent the weekend at the horne of Mrs. Grahams sister, Mrs. R. J. do la Hunt, in Ames. They also visited their sons Bruce and Gor-, don, who are students at Iowa State college. I. B. Officer returned to Fort Dodge Thursday after a week's visit at the home of his son Supt. W. B. Officer. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Officer and children of Fort Dodge spent last week Sunday at the Officer home. Mrs. L. R. Daniels visited from Monday to Thursday at the home of her daughter Mrs. Elmer Kienitz at Lakola. Mr. Daniels, Mrs. Clifford Holding and sons went to Lakota and brought .her home Thursday evening. Mrs. E. E. Bauer left Friday for Rapid City, S. D., where s'he will join her husband, and after a visit there they will return to their home at Tacoma, Wash. The Bauers spent a number of weeks here at the home of Mr. Bauers mother Mrs. Ed Weiske. The Ronald Elvidges of Waterloo, arrived Friday for a visit at the parental R. F. Elvidgc and F. L. Pratt homes and to do som« hunting. A Mr. Larabee came with them and he and Ronald left Friday afternoon for Joyce, where they were to hunt with a friend. Mrs. Jay D. Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell and boby, who are visiting here from Trenton, Neb., went to Mason City last Wednesday to spend a few clays with Mrs. Graham's sons and daughters there. Mrs. Mitchell is also a daughter of the Grahams. Mrs. Etta Runchey, Moravia, and her granddaughter Sharon Runrhey, Algona, came Friday for a visit with Mrs. Wallace Hawcott. Mrs. Runchey is hsr grandmother and Sharon her sister. New Bride Honored Af Lone Rock Party Lone Rock: A miscellaneous shower was held Monday evening at,the Lone Rock church par- lofs in honor of Mrs. Roger Palmer, nee Luella Bierle. Three games were played with Mrs. Art Pri'cbe," Mrs! Ehrich Seege- barlh, and Mrs. H. W. Hobson as winners of the prizes. The many lovely gifts were opened by the bride and lunch, was served to around 60 guests by the hostesses, her mother, Mrs. Alice Bierle and sisters, Mts. Walter Dacken of LuVerne and Mrs. Ralph Bierstcdt and a friend Mii?. Ornie Bchrends. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THIS NEWSPAPER REACH OVER 4,100 FAMILIES EACH ISSUE. From An Operation Seneca: Shirley Madsert, wrTo submitted to drt fljjjSendectpttiy at the Holy family' 1 Hospital at %&<• th'eryille last week, w.4$ brought hrtme $WftesdfiyV along ttteglyV CoacH VaWd Mrs/ .Tftnii are theipa'i?ehts of a son, borrt at the SlJ|f|slo Center hd&iital sd|y afternoon: .'/, 7 , ••.'•'•> MrS.^p|le Anderson, is a p ( «[ r tfe'ht at the Holy jPftmiisi' . at Estrierville following an_ ap- tjetideetomy which she 1 BUbjlWtM |,i to Wedfiesd&y'SttefhoOft..; *£: „! !• LfiGAL BLANKS, desk blotp '••'• adairi! machine roll* Stan Otd§, ''TM Algona Upper » Mdlnes. 9 No. Dodge St. <: GOOD CREDIT] PAY PROMPTLY CREDIT BUREAU OF KOSSUTH COUNTY O'Brien's Roller Skating Rink EMMETSBUBG, JOWA NEW HARDWOOD MAPLE FLOOR • Open Tuesday Thru Sunday 8:00 Until 11:00 P. M, SUNDAY AFTERNOONS 2:00-4:30 P. M. • : •• . Party Nights—Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. :s « :.'' Hallqween par(y-4-Thurs., Oct. 31 SHOE SKATES FOR SALE Shall W© Tike Your Money To luiid My Everyone wants a hWc qnd security. So do you—but: You want to be ^ble to put money in the bank or a sa'vings arid loan company—and get it hack. You wartime be able to invest in insurance or arhiui- ties—and know that you will get the money* if you live, or that your widow anc| children will get it, if you die. But your government wants your bank, your life insurance company, and your, local savings and loan company to take your money to help finance a national housing scheme entitled "The Wagner - Ellender - Taft Housing 'Bill of 1945." It seems that the Government wants them to take your money and loan it to nearly anyone who wants to buy a home—then if the borrowers of your money can't pay it back, the Government wants to take more of your money in taxes to pay the bank or insurance company the mqhey it lost for you at the 'Government's request. This is only a part of the Wagner-Eilender- Taft Bill housing plan, but your banks, insurance, and savings and loan companies belieye this is unfair. They believe you are being taken for all you have and all you will have. That is on,e reason why all the major banking and building organizations in the United States are ppposed to l£e 'VVagner-'Eliender-Taft Bill. The "small'minority lobby" oppos- nig the Wagner-Ellender-Taft Bijl, to which Wilson Wyatt, NHA Adminis-, trator, often refers, happens to be made up qf practically every organi-' za'tion in the country credited with a knowledge of either banking or building (home, financing or home construction) r E-T Bill Are: of Banking Interests Opposing the W- AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION— Representing over 14,000 banks. UNITED STATES SAVINGS AND LOAN LEAGUE— Representing over 3,650 organizations in the United States. . . AMERICAN LIFE CONVENTION— Representing 208 life insurance companies. MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA— Representing 976 orgamza- NATIO'NAL SAVINGS AND LOAN LEAGUE— Representing 441 organizations. Building Interests Opposing the W-E:T B.ill Are: PRODUCERS' COUNCIL— 68 major organizations in building material manufacture. NATIONAL RETAIL .LUMBER DEALERe ASSOCIATION — 18,000 distributors o over 5,000 types of building materials. . NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOME BUILDERS— 8,000 professional home builders NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REAL ESTATE BOARDS — Over 30,000 sales and rental organizations. U. S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE— Representing 2,400 associations and groups, building and banking interests, including American Institute of Architects, General Association of Contractors, Natoinal Lumber Manufacturers Association, and -scores of others. • ' . NATIONAL HOME AND PROPERTY OWNERS FOUNDATION — Representing 100,000 small home owners who must pay added local taxes wherever Government "low cost" housing is built. V '•',':•" '•"_,'•>,•• ^ : Neither the Banking nor the Building Industry has anything but yqur mpppy tq lose through the passage of the W^gner-EUender-Taft Bill— except ypiir confidence, and your trus{. , . F. S, National Retail Lumber Dealers Association, Washington, P. C. A MESSAGE OF INTEREST tq all who await deliveries of new Chevrolet^ We wan* you to fcn<?w that everything pp?«/b/e is being done to speed deliveries to you/ but production still lags far befjfacf schedule —even though Chevrolet has built more cars g^ feucfrs than any other manufacturer froni January thr$u,gh Sepfeififeer W E REALIZE how eagerly you are awaiting fteUvery O f the new Chevrolet you have ordered from us, and we want to pass on to you the latest information received from the Chevrolet Motor pivisipn, even, though that information isn't too encouraging at this tirfle, It is true that Ghevrofyt &«f<?s gU other .manufaciurMS in total production of passenger bars and trwpks from January through September '19.46, despite the fact that Chevrolet was out of production entirely during the first tjiree rnonths of this year, It is also true that Chevrolet has continued to maintain its lead in total production during the third quarter of 1946. And yet prod,uctii)n is stijl running far below'desired levels, with .the result that Chevrolet's output qf cars Wd trucks through September '1946 was pnjy. 38.7% of the number produced during the corresponding period of 4941. This means it may ta& m.any jnpnths for the Chevrolet Motor Division tQ reach production pf new Chevrolets— even longer to fill the unprecedented demand for this, product of pifQ-CAR QUALITY AT U5WSST 0P8T -ia'nd,.for the present at least, "there just aren't enough Clieyrqjets tq go around," m.uch as.we wish t^erf ^ere, " >"' . pqwever, we wa.nt you to l?nov that new C^evrqlets are' leWng tl^e pliiits in th? i^est riumber,s postfibJe today. The Chevrolet Mqfor Diyiaipfl tells^s it is doing eyerythjng ^t can, in :Q?e ffq? pf, cpntjnu/$ jupplierf! itripi!, material shortages and manpower probiemB, to step'wp fhipwn^ tp, m an4 1« .j' assuring e,8cj\ dealer PR 19jH passenger cat sales, -And we, in «WF 6M«tW«rf M r^y as th?y we rece|v«| snd in the fairest possible way, . We to? appreciative of your loyalty, and good- KEEP YOUR |»I»I5INI Mil yoM are drivinf now- ning Condition nnti) y< brirtgUig it tq w ffir » for a complete Kossuth •

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