The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 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 29, 1946
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PAGE EIGHT_L_ Winkles Buy Acreage ,j ; Union: Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkle have purchased an' 80- atre tract of land adjacent to' Hayfield, Minn.. AL<30NA $600 Mules. Top price for a pair of mules at a sale in Albia recently was $000, with several mule teams bringing better than $500. COAL Furnishes More Real Heat For Less With SUPER-X Stoker Coal —The Perfect Stoker Coal- It is Washed and Waxed Dustless — Correctly Sized Identified For Your Protection ORDER NOW Car Super-X Stoker Coal on Track Burl V. F. W. Move* Into New Quarter* Burt Post No. 8236 V. F. W held its regular meeting Tuesday evening, Oct. 22, at the newly decorated. hall in Burt. Through the efforts of a few of the members of the post the previously drab and dusty basement of the Burt theater has been converted into a very pleas"ant meeting place for the members of the organization. After the regular business meeting was adjourned a lunch was served which was relished by all who were present. The next meeting will be held on the evening of November 5 at 8 oclock. DES M01NES, ALOONA, ••'-.- - • -.-- • :'v : ' ; ;f ; •••:<: 7 Y-;Y;^Y:^ • ' ••• .1 ••.•••• ••• >: f : ..K' ; , •. :l,-.'. '• •"•'•"'^'•'•^••y-';- •'> - Y Y>Y Yi ' •• .V'Y YYY:Y'iYYV • •'/-:'Y:':.''• In College Band Dean Sjogren, 309 N. Jones St., is a member of the bass section of the Gustavus Adolphus college symphonic band, at St. Peter, Minn., a college news release states. VALLO V. NAUDAIN 212-W 317 E. State St. Phones 212-R GiitFQOD FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY: 1 American Bantam Utility Trailer Lightweight, Ail-Steel Troiler. Hitches to your car or truck in a jiffy—takes rough roads without weaving, loaded or empty. You can buy this All-Purpose Trailer with or without side racks, bows and tarpculin:—or buy the Chassis alone and build your own special body. Now At Bradley Bros. McCullough's Utility Line Poultry Watsrers Mineral Feeders Farmers! Come to Bradley Bros, for Your Briggs Farm Wagon Tlie Driff^s will do every hauling job you put to i(. Takes any standard grain box, hay rack, wood rark or jrrain tank, and it's a wagon ready for tough duty. All-steel welded construction, and she steers like an auto, making short turns easily! High windrow clearance and low loading. Uses standard (5:00x16 tires and hauls a IJ to 3Va ton load. We're getting more in—if you need a farm wagon, be sure to get information on the outstanding DRIGGS wagon at Bradley's! DeLaval Milkers Separators In Stock For Immediate Delivery! NEW FARM EQUIPMENT Hog Feeders in All Sizes New Bearcat Hanimcrmills Tractor-Mounted Saws Innes Pick-up Attachment for AC60 Combine New "Modern" Hog Oilers 2-Wliccl Trailer Lime Spreaders Pump Jacks with Motors Ilammermill Belts Slecl Farm Gates 5li()-Gal. Fuel Tank—Fuels Tractor Easily Curri-Oilers USED FARM EQUIPMENT 1—IHC Used Corn Binder, Cheap 1—Portable Concrete Mixer 1—IHC 4S Electric Cream Separator, Used 2 Weeks ALLIS* CHALMERS SERVICE REPAIRS SALES PHONE 714—SOUTH HOTEL ALGONA • •-.- - _ -...- •*-.,•• \\ ' Juvenile Delinquency Is Subject 6f Forum Talk ".Juvenile dclIiKjucncy" was the subject of an open fohim whlr,h lollowed the Monthly dinner of the Methodist Men's Brotherhood at thfc church here, Monday evening, Oefc 21, The proffram waji in charfft of fir. L. ft. Potter and A. L. Brown'. • 1'rccwlliie the forutn, special Musical numbers were pre* scnted. Marjorie Dewel sanp two Vocal numbew with MaHiyn Xultle at the piano. Bob McCulloutfh ma to charge of uniift the discussloh on delinquency, basic responsibility was placed on tlie home by a majority of speakers. Development of a hobby for the young boy of girl was st»essed as a pound and wholesome method of keeping youngsters out of trouble. The aid of servicfc clubs In sponsoring movement such as the Boy Scouts was praised. Wise decisions in courts dealing \vlth juvenile cases was another important method of prevent* Ing rcplitlons of (delinquencies. SEXTON GIRL HAS A BIRTHDAY Sexton: Little Glennda Sue , Gabrielson was honoree at a birthday party Wednesday from 1 4 o'clock till 5 given by her mother Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson at their home. It being her 3rd birthday there was a large birth; day cake all decorated with rosebuds and three candles set in rose bud holders the cake with ice cream, cookies and a fruit drink, with favor of a Halloween card with a candy pop on it was served to 12 guest. Glennda received many nicv Mttlt gifts. W. S. C. S. Election The Sexton W. S. C. S. met in the church Thursday;, afternoon with a nice crowd attending and election of officers was held by a motion made and seconded and was voted unanimously that all old officers hold over for the new year. After the meeting a covered dish lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Alfred Opheim at her home November 14. Shirlnv Lowman visited over nieht Thursday with -her school friends Delores and Mary Kay Bemis. Mrs. Drusie DcVary, Rockwell, la. came Tuesday evening by bus and visited until Thursday morning with her aunt Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders and Mrs. Mary Morris went to M-^on C' tv Friday, where they \vill viFJt. until Mondav at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Haw- lev. Mrs. Alice Simon and .Mrs. W. •J. Meager .were Monday a'ffer- nnon visitors at the Sexton srhool last week. The teacher, Mrs. Johnson, is Mrs. Simon's mother. Mrs. Mary Morris, who 'had been visiting her brother and fin-iily, the John Cultra's in Chi- tyipo. ••otnrned by train Thursday morning to file B. E. Sanders home and will also visit relatives in Mason City. Mrs. Dennis Goeders entertained a party at her home east. of town Wednesday afternoon with ten ladies present. Miss Lorraine Bock of Algona demonstrated the Stanlev oroducts, after which lurr'h was served by the hostess. Herman Wicse, and daughters ChyrloHe and Gloria of Renwick were Thursday evening callers at Cic home of his mother Mrs. Sarah Wise, Herman's sister, Mrs. A'•(!'! Burger, Swea City, went home with them to keep house as Herman's wife is in the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, \\ here she will undereo major surcpry when her condition improves. Lloyd H. Steven Mapleton. Minn., came down the last of tho, week with his truck and •helped his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven move into their new home which they purchased in Algona on South Minnesota street. Their son the Everett Steven family, are moving onto the farm which the elder Stevens have tenanted for the past near 30 years. RINGSTED NEWSPRINT CRISIS The Hingsled Dlspilch, •due io the shortage of news print announced in its f irst issue last week thai it .wa« goina io be forced to suspend publication this week and for perhaos e longer .period, unless p. new supply could be : obtained. • < • ' • '•;•".. Editor Hopkins said he hoped to orovide some form of P suopUrhent in •" the meantime to hit the . news ' .highlights of his' community.. This is the first instance' in ; this area where suspension • of >. oaoer hps beert -fot'ced. • by ieithor the lack of : news print or the increasing ;hews : print prices, • • ... Y . . 7. £. Office Here lets Free Car Blanks Application forms for amputees and other veterans who are entitled to get cars from the gov- '.'•nment have been received tit the Veterans Administration of- ice at Algona, Mr, J. L. Misbach, •fintact representative, said today. Misbach said that medical ,-ccords indicate that 221 Iowa veterans arc Eligible to rcdeive a" specially equipped automobile or other 'conveyance, provided .at government expose such ex- eed $1600. 1 Amputee veterans arc eligible !b .receive one of the following, iir. Misbach said: • • ^Automobiles,-used or newj'sta- ipn- wagons, new or used; jeep without trailer, new or used; Lrucks, new or used; and tractors, new or used. Veterans entitled *to the automobiles must follow a definite procedure to get their cars! First tep is to visit or write the VA contact office for the proper form. The office will advise the "etcrans as to whc-ro the filled- out.application should be mailed. After approval, the application v.j|l be mailed back to the vet-: eran. He then has to to,'ether with his drivers' license, "i tho local motor vehicle licensing agency. If his license .satis- its tM;it agency, that fact will be •ntcrccl on the application. H. W. POStl DKAY AM) TKA.NSi'liK I Storage of All Kinds Long Distance Hniitiutr Every load insured dtjamst loss and damage of nil kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona. la. Varicose Vein Trouble Portland: ,Mrs. Anthony Jandl is in Minneapolis for consultation and treatment for prolonged varicose vein trouble. Mrs. Jandl has been there several times since an operation more than a year ago. Marshall Wells Store The new store to occupy the two fronts just east of the Foster Furniture Store, will be a Marshall Wells store, according to the < manager, I. E. Hutchings. The • store expects to be ready for i business sometime in December, i FOR SALE HO acres in IVesIej ttnvnsliljj—only t'wir improve- meats—a miles from nearest market, 100 au-rt's in )V«*Iey township—one of the best |ro» proved farms in tlie county, 160 acres within a miles of Algouu, Good improve' inenls. , I'ructiouul iuilif sediou^liurt township, tiqod Jm» proyeiiients. Frut'toluttl half section—4/ulou township. Good improvements. Hutchison & Hough .Security $t|tte , Iowa, 7-8 'Ml When Your Home is Beautiful Your Life is Beautiful A Little Talk on Home* From Bjmtrom's Looking for a real buy? ,., some- , tiling that will pay regular dividends? . .'.an inflation-proof investment? Then by all means, Mr. arid Mrs.' . Kosstith County, put your money in your home! In your home, you'll ;gct more fun for your motley. For a dollar's worth of cold-cuts arid a dozen bottles of cpke you can put on a Saturday night frolic that can't be bought anywhere else in the world. There'll be '"•"•••'' ywarmth and sincerity in your fun— real enjoyment by your family and friends and neighbors. And when you have fun at home, your whole life is brighter! • \ .,,.'-, . In yo.ur home, you get more happiness for yourv-money. When you have a new radio, a new recbrd-play- er-^H's something: for the whole family t'rt listen to together—to enjoy as a family. You know how a new refrigerator brings joy to all—even a nevv lamp is shared by all who can get around it. Yes, every penny you spend on your home makes the family circle brighter . . . and closer. In your home, you get better life for your'money. A new mattress helps you sleep better, feel more rested and ready for the new day. A new chair in your-livingroom means new beauty, more comfort. The new rug you select truly a "magic carpet", bring, ing pride to every member of the family.". '. v . ' . . Y • - .•'•"-; • - Y - ' • " .' . ,—fes,^-' . . ' -'-,••.; "_.•-...- ' /'• . In yqur home, you get more beauty for your money. You can buy this beauty by the yard/by the foot — or ypu can build it with a hammer and saw. You can plant it in your yard'— pqint if on your Avails— install it in your rooms in thfc shape of finer'fur- ; niturc.,,,. ,•..:,,•• ,•>.'•/ ••-.•-• .y:.--."'-<,: : -.••'-',•!'. >,Yes, any: of us can have these ,,,^^^11 things — more fun, more happiness, better life. Pon't throw dollars awny; invest them in your home. Start noiVit You'll never regret that you did. .And if you want the help and as- ' sistancc of a good home 'furnishings slorcj Bjustrom's welcomes you. Our stocks arc large; we have more.quality home furnishings in this store how than ever before. Whether you arc a young couple furnishing a home, or someone who just wants a new lamp or mirror., our welcome mat is out to you.;/ /; Y • - • • . ' t -'; And in the spirit of home and fireside, we extend to you the use of Bjustrom's Easy Payment Terms- to help make possible the home of your dreams—today! i A Small Deposit Holds Any Gift at Bjustrom's Pec. 24th ...„, With stocks at Bjustrom's plWiful rit the pres ent time, wise pf t.biiyfirssre g§le«tmg furniture «i»c| home gifts mnyi A small deposit reserves the gjft of your choice for delivery anywhere, on Dec, ?4, advantage of Pj«strpro ? s; large

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