The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1946 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 5, 1946
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PA&E SVL FARM CLUBS AT LUVERNE 3N ACTIVE WEEK; NORMA! REPAIR SHOP lUMtoyi | A SPECIALTY § j| ALL WORK H 3 GUARANTEED m On the Corner Hear Milwaukee Depot OVER 4,000 CIRCULATION LuVerne: The Progressive club met Monday evening at the home of Miss Esther Korklc with 17 members and two fjuests Miss Dewry .md Miss Frances Kuhn, present. Mrs. Karl Ilanselman and Mrs. Robert Lux joined the '•lull iit this meeting. Miss Joy ^urdick jja'-o Clio lesson oil "Nor\v;iy — Land of the Midnight Sun." A box of notions was packed to lie sent to the hospital 'n Woodward. Lunch was serv- '(1 bv the hostess, assisted by her -iiy.Vi v Mrs. Waller Hct'ti a( the of the evening. The next merlins; will lie held Monday evening, November 11, at the home ni' Mrs. Erharl Meyer in llumbolrlt. Chnnnians Grandparents j Mr. and Mrs. William Chapi ; KIM <-f Detroit, Mich., are par- it'iil.- lit' a nine-pound, two-ounce bany jL'hl burn Thursday Octo- j I- r 24 in the hospital in Detroit. j The liaby has been named Janet ! Ann. William is the son of Mr. i an.i ATi •;. Irvin Chapman. Gvicstr, From Bancroft i .\T:-. and Mrs. Joe Mcnke of j r.ane:-i'ft were guests Sunday at | the h.-ime of Mi\ and Mrs. O. S. I Lu.-i'.l. the city hall. Following the dinner the business meeting was hold with Henry Meyer, president of the club, presiding. W. S. C. S. Circles Meet The three Circles of the Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon, November G, Circle 1 will meet with Mrs. Nels Jensen with Mrs. H. E. Peilzke as the assistant hostess. Roll call will be answered by giving "One Tiling I Am Thankful For." Mrs. Emil Andreason will lead the devotional period and the lesson Will be given by a member. Circle 2 will moot in Hie church parlors with a pot. luck lunch. The devotions and lesson will bo given by Mrs. Ed Dehncrt. Circle 3 will moot at the home of Mrs. Earl Neal with Mrs. Jack Vauphn as assistant hostess. The devotional period will be led by Mrs. Vernon Evans and the lesson will he given by Mrs. Andrew Nielson. Minnesota Visitors Mrs. Kalph Ballard and daughter Janice Lee; of Kedwood Falls, Minn., .'-pent the weekend visiting at the home of her sister Mrs. Anna -Sankey and also at the Art Riley anil Otto Ramus homes. Cnm.rr.ercial Club Met '.1 he Presbyterian Ladies' association served the Commercial club dinner Monday evening in Advertisement From wliere 1 sit... ^// Joe Marsh mo ®Gi Men < Easiest— Women? Maybe you saw that ])»!! <PU -.v'u> has the easiest life—men nr M .;n- cn? Of course, (he mt'ii vni::^ ;ii •; the women did, ;md tlie vice versa. It would be the samp in oiiv iov/n —take any family. Tliail I'hil'i-. envies his Missus spendiii-i 1 tlic day at home, with no liot dllice ID ;;!.tend to. And Sue envies Thin! !, ; ; luncheons with the boys; :i:i'l hi:' evening glass of be;>i- wiUi frtriuls (while .she cleans up the di.ihc'Li in the kitchen). Of course, none of it ROCS very (!ee:>. knows way deep clown ui.'iL I'll? IMir-sus 1ms plenty of work r:n,u;rt;v a house; and Sue knows Thnd's friendly glass of beer is well- (ii'Kerved relaxation after a long Iiard day's work. From where I sit, most husbands .".nil wives may, grumble now and ilii-n—- but they know in their li<.;irU it's a ease, of live and let li\v, tvivo ami take, tliat comes out pretty even in the end. Co'.,\rr:!.:, /".':'). 1'iii'H'tl Sintcs Ilrrtcers I'uiwilnliun END YOUR HUNT FOR TROUBLE-FREE MOTORING WITH THESE REASONABLY-PRICED FALL SERVICES: TUNE-UP DIAGNOSIS-Clean and re;,'ap spark plugs. . ; : Special distril wires, distribu distributor poi case ventilator screen. ... PI tor ami carlmr-.-tor lubrication. . . . Clean ignition or cap and coil terminal. . . . Inspect anil space its. . . . Set timinf.% . . . ('.lean air cleaner and crank. . . . (Joan lutl pump bowl. . . . (Mean choke s carelul test-, ot piston ring and valve condition, battery, starter, distributor, coil, condenser, generator, regulator, manifold heat control \al\e, i-arhurcior, fuel pump, electrical equipment, brakes.and clutch. FalF Lubrication Change enxine oil Lubricate body and i!i:tssis Inspect valve conipiirununt for e\u' ^ludjte Inspect exhaust system \vliilt luhrii .nil) Cooling System ni-tin .iml flush coolinx system linpei'l all runner host '1 i^hl'jn Kaskcis and hose connections (,lucl. operation ot ihermostat Add .uili-frL-tve it needed We can serve you more prompily if you cqme in now. Walt and Dei) Hall Phone 52 .Slate and Jones Presbyterian Aid Tho Prcshyloi'icin T./aclips' association mot Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Aksel Nielson with her daughter Mrs. Mn\-\e Hunt as the assistant hostess. Mrs. Bert Ramus Ird the devotional period and the business meeting was in charge of Mrs. Walter Kngel. president of the association. Plant; \vcre 7nade for the annual bazaar and supper which will be held Saturday, Nov. 16 in the citv hall. The remainder of the afternoon was spent socially and lunch was served bv the hostess at the close of the meeUn."- The next mcolin.',' will be held Wednesday afternoon. November 13, at the home of Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe with Mrs. Loyd Jackson as assistant hostess. Hubbies Are Guests The members of the J. J. club entertained their husbands at a 500 party Friday evening in the city hall. Five hundred was phiyccl and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Henry Miller, with hi{.h score for women, and to Mrs. Andrew Nielson for low score. Arnold Hjelle won high prize and Paul Phillips received low in the men's section. Gifts were eych-inyed and lunch was served by the hostesses at tihe close of the evening. Rev. Robert Phillips attended a church meeting which was held in Fort Dodge on Tuesday and Friday. Estel Rent? of Burl: spent the past week pfiinting and redecorating at tin.' home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund. The Methodir.t Youth Fellow- ship'group enjoyed a stfclctiaf party at the skating rink in Bodo Friday evening. William Hardeopf, who underwent, a minor operation in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, is now recuperating at lu's home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wildin re- t'lrned home Monday from Wisconsin where they had spent a few days visiting relatives and friends. Donna Dehnorf. who is attending business college in Mason City, spent the wreken..! visiting at the home of l.;'r mother Mrs. Ed Dehnert. William Hoepner has returned to Omaha, Neb., after spending a few days visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hoepner. Maynard Henderson, who is attending college in Sioux City, spent the weekend visiting at the home' df his parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil Henderson. Twelve' ladies met at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson Thursday afternoon for the first meeting of the studv class of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hewett of Redwood Falls, Minn., were visitors Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Anna Sankey. Mr. Hewett is a brother of Mrs. Sankey. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nielson and children Dorothy and Darrell wc-iv dinner guests Sunday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bi-hnkendorf near Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley spent the weekend visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ballard at Redwood Falls, Minn. Mrs. Ballard is an aunt of Mrs. Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Art Foat of Flasher, N. p., spent a few days visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Myers at the Henry Kubly home and also with other relatives. Mrs. F. W. Thompson of Eagle Grove, accompanied by her mother Mrs. H. E. Peit/.ke, called on relatives and friends here Tuesday. Mrs. Peitzke is visit- 'A CITY STORE WITH COUNTRY PRICES" IM Oil AIM* SOX ing at we Hiempsew' hwtte m Eagle Grove, •'.-. Mi', and Mfs. Ted Jdrtes afla children Joyce and Jerry of Wai erloo were weekend guests at the home of Mr. nttd .MrS GfcO, Kraft and also with hev Inotlief Mrs. Anna Goetseh, Mrs. Henry Marr and son Raymond of Spirit'Lake sperit the' week Visiting at the fiofflg of fter parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto* Ramus. Mrs. MafP JielpSd care" father fStflef, Wh<$ is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Ehfe!, Mrs. Aaron Steussy and Mrs. Harold Phillips were in" F<5rt Dodge Monday attettdifig eighth district American and Auxiliary ffieetittg. Mr. and Mfs. Cafl Goet'scfr ftnd Doris. Mrs. Anna poetsch 1 and son Aril, Mf. and Mrs. William Goetsoh a«d daughters Were" Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mf. and Mrs. George Kraft ne'af Kanftwha/ Mrs. Harold SordnSon, Mrs. Hay Stone, Mrs. Albert Genrlch, Mrs. George Wolf, Mrs. Frank Sanford and Mfs. William' Goetseh were in EstherVille recently attending a conference of the W. S. C. S. of'the Methodist church. The Birthday club met Mon- 1 day evening at the home of Mrs. Harry Lichty, Bridge was played and prizes were won by Mrs. Cecil Baker and Mrs. Harold Sorenson. Mrs. Hugh'Shirk received a birthday gift. Lurich was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting,Mrs. Allen • Thompson, Mrs. George Detmering arid Mrs. Peter Thompson : were visitors Tuesday at the home of Mrs.'O.- S. Alexander in Humboldt. The le- dies, accompanied by Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. Hurlbert Blake also visited Mrs. William Ellie, a former LuVerne resident, who lives in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Burtis DeNio are parents of a seven-potlnd four ounce, baby girl born Tuesday October 29 in the General hospital, Algona. She .has been named Roxie Diann. There is another child, a son, in the family. Mrs. De Nio is the former Audrey Holmes. LOW COST ADVERTISING — That's what you get in Upper Des Moines want ads! Over 4,000 Vets Of Jie0 Here Variety of Problems The Veterans Administration contact office Jiere is averaging about 20 calls a day, according to Lawrence Misbach, V. A. representative here. The office is also having about £6 applications a week for disability benefits; But straight business is sometimes tempered with humorous Sidelights, too. : Under the G. 1. training program .it is possible for a trainee to request $100 worth of tools or other equipment necessary in his "trade." In one case, where the trainee 'was working in a cloth- Ing store, application was made for the $100 which had' been been spent to buy clothing to equip the young man in .the best Style of a haberdashery clerk. The claim was disallowed. Another trainee is working in a combination undertaking parlor-hardware and grocery store. One other far-sighted vet recently walked in, converted his insurance, and paid up a $10,000 policy in full, which cost him about $3,800. To emphasize how important it is to keep records, up to date Misbach told of a case where one veteran married a French girl overseas, returned to this country and said he obtained a divorce. Ho later died, but in the meantime had remarried and the couple had a child. The widow made application for a pension. There was no information available as to the divorce, however, and the widow's ]ien- sion was disallowed, but a pension for the child was approved. Matthew Platt, who lost the use of both legs in service, will be the first local veteran to get a car under the "amputees law." Delivery is expected in the near future, Misbach said. Tuesdays Misbach is in Emmetsburg, and Fridays at Humboldt. The ofice here, in the McEnroe building, second floor, is open daily. wedding invitations and announcements at the Algbna Upper Des Moines. H4tf FffNERAL CHAPEL Service The Golden Hale Our Principle Phone 521-W Algona C. & JOHNSON HARDWARE—GROCERIES PHONE 350 No. 14 Corn Scoops - SI.95 Queen ^Tile Spade $4.|g Long Handled Round Point Shovel $(.49 Galvanized Wash Tubs §(.39 Rope Wire Stretchers SI, 69 Stapler, 4 Iks. 25(5 Storm Door Paper....... 23fi Heavy Glass Cloth yd. 35c Lamp Heated Hog Waterers S8.29 BARN DOOR TRACK AND HANGERS AT PRE-WAR PRICES Lamp Heated Poultry Waterers.... S3.6S Lantern'Chimneys ;. T ..l.- , (§0 Lamp Chimneys |Qc Electric Bulbs •.. |5 C . ||c Floor Paint ......,..,, ..qt. Gold Medal Flour 50 lb. Sack Quaker Oat« _c_v..J»rge pkg. Prttiwso M lb, box $5,70 NavyB4ant 25Jb«, Folger'f Coffee Reader Comment Dr. S. Wt Meye*, C; 0. To The Upper Des Moinos: YoUr paper has been received regular at Hot Springs and read from cover to cover. In spite of the war your papeif has maintained its superiority among weeklies, and is even better now. We sold out our hospital and clinic at Hot Springs and are in the process of getting settled at 125 W| McDowell Rd., Phoenix, Ariz. We. will call our firm "Yucca Clinic," as We did in Hot Springs. I will be on the surgical staff of The Phoenix Osteopathic Hospital, a new institution that will open here Nov. 1. Our residence address is 151 So. Windsor Drive, so please send our paper to that address. This is a grand place to spend a winter vacation, so we hope to see you out hero sometime. Yours truly, • S. W. Meyer. D. p. Phoenix, Ariz. DANG! Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, Nov. 8 LYNN' KERNS Tuesday, Nov. 12 The Original VIKING ACCORDION Band . Bear Rtlssi ..-" '-:-\ • •'-.• .'•'; Head ybW'jriotatidiii to era! weeks <• ago, and enjoyed its I remember the guessing xSptttesUf' well . . . sorry tb see the'-Bull* dogs are being hurt by injuries . . . we lost our Homecdftrihg game to Rnox, 14 t6 12,-but it was a thriller, and new I'll pldk the winners for Saturday: North' westerri 27, Ohio State 16; Mich', igan 34, Miffriesota 13J Iswa 13, Illinois 7; Notre Dafne. 40,'Navy. (3; Wisconsin 20, Pufdue ; 0,; Pittsburg 20, Indiana 14; BekJit . ¥"6 the Upper fies Motnesi ; •' •'•' finfifosed flfid sub^lptibtt W- rt6wal . . . I tHafilt ytfU fdf,tfl6 county' $t$& yau are prints ' entbtf, ' AfeanaVUppef fies publication. and W tKe is' In. Its 8m cflhsedutlvtf yMF The following prices .wcro paid by the Algona Co-op. Creamery Cb.'for whole milk on a butter- •. fat basis: -^ "• Octobei 16-31 Whdlemilk Butterfat ....:.. ^1.20' Sweet Cream Butterfat ......... $1.00 First Grade Butterfat 98t Algona Co-op. Creamery Co. PHONE 400 Here's Our New MARQUE! AT THE Whlfc the photographer was taking the picture of our theatre front, we snapped one of him. This is what it looked like. Coming Shows at the BURT THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday Nov. 6 and 7 "TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE" With Fred MacMurray and Silvia Sidney ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^y;^^ Friday and Saturday Nov. 8 and 9 "FALSE COLORS" With William Boyd and Andy Clyde Sunday and Monday Nov. 10 and 11 "ROAD TO UTOPIA" With Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dotty Laniour Wednesday and Thursday Nov. 13 and 14 "THE BRIDE WORE BOOTS* Barbara Stanwyck, Robt. Cummings A lot of people have given us some pretty fine comments on our new front marquee at the Burt Theatre, and so we are, printing a picture of it in ' the paper so all the rest of you can isee it, / ' \ : We also extend an invitation to all of you to come to Burt (the best little city in Iowa) for a.good evening's enter* tainment at our theatre, d You'll be welcome! Always A Good i 3howAt FranJe J%ry, Manage? '^m

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