The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 5, 1946
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Tuesday, November 4, 1940 ALGONA Ul'i'Ett DES MOlNES, ALCONA, IOWA. JPAGE CHARIVARI FOR 2 OUPLESATLONE BOCK ON TUESDAY Lone-Rock: Around 00 Lone ,ockers enjoyed themselves HJesday with a charivari for Wo young couples recently mar- ed. They first visited Mr. and /Irs.. Jim Walker and receives •eats, after which they picked iem and her parents up and /eht on to the home of Mr. and /Irs, Jesse Blanchard Jr, and eally surprised them. They also eceivedtreats from-them. Cueck Birthday Party Mr. dnd Mrs. Maynard Kueck md family of Swea City, Mr. thd Mrs. Marvin Kueck and . Caren of Seneca, Mr. and Mrs. I/Bernard Jensen of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. E, H: Mittag of Des Moines, 'and Ward Lindsey were guests i wonday evening at a birthday ;>arty in honor of Henry Kueck the Henry Kueck home. f ifisitors During Week | Mrs, F. C. Wegener and Gordon of Algona spent Wednesday Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry %ueck. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mit- ig of Des Moines spent the feokcnd at the parental Henry Ueck home. The Rev. and Mrs. pRichmann of Ormsby, Minn., |&t Tuesday night and Jjdhesday at the home of Mr. pa ^rs. .Henry Kueck. Pfc. lelvm E. Kueck, son of Mr. and K* rs - 1>Henrv Kueck, returned Rnome Monday after spending a fyear in Salzburg, Austria. He Viwas inducted into the army in J>[ u . ne . 1945, at Fort Snelling, [Minn., and spent 17 months in ^service. He will receive his 1946, from Son of Ramsey Township Founder Dies In Seattle Death of an early-day member of the staff of The Algona Republican—Rolland T. Ramsey, whose parents pioneered this county coming here in 1809, was contained in a news clipping received by this paper this week from Carabel L. Ramsay, only surviving member of the family of Mr. and Mrs. John Ramsey. Rolland Ramsey had been a resident of Seattle for 49 years. Ramsey township is named after this pioneer family. Mr. Ramsey was born in Bellevue, Iowa, Dec. 4, 1853, and came to Algona in 1809 with his parents where the family homeslcaded. He received his education here and later became associated with the paper under Editor Starr. The parents died many years ago, and of their children, Grant died in 1929, Elma in 1940 and Haswcll, a Seattle lawyer, in 1944. lj,p,y Halloween Parly following were entertain- a , HT alloween party at. the - of John Cotton, Thursday school; Janet Krueger, Marjorie Houck, Doris Rath, Marlene Anderson, Margaret Fischer, Virginia Marlow, Chas. Johnson, Ellwyn and Garrell Householder, Joe Culbertson, LaRoy Schrader, Leon Marlow, Jimmy 'Householder, Dennis Long. This is his Sunday school class. Their teacher, Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. Fischer and Nancy were also there. Dennis Long and Joe Culbertson won the prizes. A lunch was enjoyed by all. Idle Hour Club Met The Idle Hour club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. P. L. Person with Mrs. Edw. Hoppe as assisting hostess. Roll call was answered.toy 13 members with Halloween suggestions. Mrs. Albert Shaer and Mrs. Chris Shaser and Mrs. R. O. Person were visitors. The club received a new,'name o£ a family in Greece to send 'parcels to. Entertainment was conducted by Mrs. Frank Merron and Mrs. F. Tigges Prizes were won by Grace Angus, -Mrs. Jim Coady and Mrs. Odey Chcrland. The next meeting will be Nov. 19 at the home of Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Ralph Thompson with Mrs. Edw. Blanchard as assisting hostess. Parents of a Son Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mueller became the proud parents of a fine baby boy weighing 7 Ibs. and 10 ozs., at the hospital at Burt Tuesday afternoon. They now have three 'boys and three girls. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger spent last weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman at Ventura. ' • Robert Korlaske of Emmetsburg spent last weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lockwood. Mrs. John Alitz of Mason City is spending a few days visiting the home of her daughter Mrs. Don Houck. Mrs. Henry Schroeder spent the weekend visiting her son Laverne at Sioux City, where he attends college. Mrs. Ella Hanna of Fairmont, Minn., spent Monday and Tuesday visiting the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Hanna. Mrs. Lydia Welzel, Willis and Velma, and Mrs. Clara Pompe spent the weekend visiting her son Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wetzel and family at Austin, Minn. Paul Kingma spent Monday visiting at the home of Mr. and Airs. P. M. Christenson while his It's Kohlhaas For All Your FARM NEEDS For many years Kohlhaas Hardware has been a favorite shopping center for farmers of this community. Now, more and more farm needs are being shipped in, and we invite you to stop in on your next trip to town for a look around for, what you need. And It's Kohlhaas For Home Needs Too 20-Gal. Garbage Can $2.95 Prevent fires—throw garbage and refuse in . one of these strong, large capacity containers. Heavily galvanized to resist rust. Also 10-gal. garbage pails at $2.00. $8.95 !$. it -an electrical Christmas. ifully designed Jrpn with toinatie heat control, Dial inite selection of Pprrect e arid keeps it, Un* approved. . PYRENE . FIRE EXTINGUISHER $13.50 Have one in the home, car, office, farm buildings. Smothers wood, paper, electrical fires, etc., Quart size. / Protect Valuables! PADLOCKS 35c One piece, heavy, rust-proof case. With rotary locking bolt, can't be jarred open. Tw'p keys. FINE POCKET KNIFE $1,00 Gift idea for men and boys! Blades made of fine cultery Eteel. Genuine stag handle. TWO SLICE TOASTER 94 en Give an electrical gift. Two slice flip flop type. With appll- ance plug and cord. Underwriters approved, Many Other New Items Advertised! Wearever Cooker $13.95 Meal-preparing time is cut to a fraction—foods look and taste extra delicious. The Weareyer pressure pan saves fuel, preci- OUK vitamins; in foods. With nap-tite cover, pressure control. Electric Table Stove $6.75 Handy in apartments or to have as extra burners. Compact, modern style—has range type efficiency. Two burners in porcelain blocks, each with three heets, - Gift idea.! Handsome plastic case, unbreakable lews. Focus? Ing type. " - ' . ;..•; • H A R D WARE parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Kingma went to Fort Dodge on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and Walter of Algona spent Sunday afternoon visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person. Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Niebon and family spent the evening there. Mrs. Lydia Wetzel and Velma, Mr. and Mrs. Rehrhold Wetzel and family, and Clara Pompe attended a birthday party for Mrs. Wetzel's granddaughter, Judy Kaye McMahon at Algona Monday evening. Wednesday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Justin Anderron were Mr. and Mrs. Michaelhatlen of Wisconsin and Mr. :md Mrs. Arlo Westling of Altona and Roy Wcstling of Burt. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Nelson were Sunday supper guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson. They spent the evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alton Huriburt and family at Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Roberts and Rita Joyce of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Burdell Roberts and Evelyn and Elaine of Goldfield were Monday dinner and supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hobson. Donald Volentine came home i Tuesday afternoon from Ames, ' where he 'has been attending school. Darlene Volentine entertained Mr. and Mrs. Jim Camp and Dyrwood Rulledge of Algona Tuesday evening for supper., ... , .,, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and Edw. Blanchard -.left Wednesday to visit their son. and brother and family. Mil and Mrs. Howard Blanchard .and daughter-sister and family, Mr. and Mrs, Albert Thompson .ftt Des Moines. i . - , ;i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schaden-; dorf of Lakota and Mrs... John Manninga of Kamrai',;:. were Wednesday evening .,.'•' supper guests at the home of their son and family and her niece.narld nephew, Mr. and Mrs.. Alfred Schadendorf. i June Adele Hanna of Mankato, Minn., spent Friday • visiting Mrs. Donald Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson and her mother, Mrs. Cora Bacon of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Long at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Wood were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Minor at Ringsted. Mrs. Forest Teachout and boys of Storm Lake came Monday to visit)'at the parental N. B. Wood, MJjnc for a couple of weeks. ;|. fji Mrs. Harry . Montgoirfiflyil of ! Lone Rock and the following teachers from Swea City, Agnes Olson, Adelaide Hougan, Violet Knutsen, Adeline Erdahtt; find Elsie Mae Van Wert sper/yiast weekend visiting Mr. aflhliwrs. Ray Pehrson at Indianol|t J| || Word was received here by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit, that the Dale Earings of Santa Maria, Calf?., are ftthe prouo; parents of a baby* „ toy, Kenneth Dale, born Qfctt|»21 1946, weighing 9, Ibs. 4 oziJKshe is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pettit. Pfc. Raymond Bie'rle arrived home Wednesday morning from Great Lakes, 111., where he received his discharge fro,m thu riries. Marines. '' He Served in Marines.. He servecu in ducted at Minneapolis, Minn., md spent a year on Guam. He is the son of Mrs. Alice Bierle. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Benson and their grandson Michael, and Fred Organi of Joliet, 111., spent from Tuesday until Saturday at the .home of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hoppe and Roger, and Mildred Person were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krebsbach, Mr. and Mrs, Chris Gelhaui, Mr. and Mrs.- Pete Busch, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz, all of Ledyard, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn and .Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber surprised Dave Lynch on his birthday Wednesday evening,'at his home. Mrs. G. H. Doty of Mason City scent Tuesday and Wednesday visiting her sister Mrs. 'Andrew Thomsen and family. Leon'ard and Lester Rogers of Anies and Arnold Madsen of Fort* Dodge spent Tuesday visiting there. Russell Jackson of College Springs, Iowa, spent Wednesday visiting there. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Rath, her mother, Mrs. Elma Johnson, and their daughter C'harlene f<-~~\ Humboldt attended a family gathering Sunday for dinner m honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Decker, her niece, and daughter Rose Ellen and Mr. Decker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Decker of Dutton, Mont,, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Webb at Algona. Other guests there were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson arid Roger, Mrs. Floyd Newville, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Calhoun, Mrs, Julius Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seeley and family. WhittemoreVeteranWeds In Ceremony Thursday Bpcfe Queen Picked Tp Rule Carnival Bode; Queens nomiriate^ for the school carnival, Friday- evening, Nov. 1, were: Martha Milts- ven, Norma Jordan,!, Roberta Schmidt and Alice Olson. One of the four was to te an- fiovijtced as Queen, and the ptber $hree were, to serve as the cuieejj's assistants , . . , and the Qijeen bad, the privilege of Shooting the icing. THft Queen was aniw>TOce^clur- ing fie carnival ceremonies. « 8 ; ybe pJiessstnt 'season with t&e fifl Olson |a|m was •Whiltemore: St. Michael's Catholic church was the scene of a private wedding Thursday morning, Oct. 31, at 6 o'clock when Mrs. Charlotte Harms, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. KUnx, of Mallard, became the bride of Harvey Mergen, son of Mrs. Margaret Mergen, of W'hit- temore, the Rev. William Veit,, officiated at the nuptial mass. Tony Mergen being the acolyte. The bride was attired in a beige suit with black accessories and wore a shoulder corsage of red rosebuds. Her matron of honor, Mrs. Francis Mullin, wore a gold suit with brown accessories and wore a shoulder corsage of pink and white carnations. The groom was attended by Francis Mullin, who acted as best man. Following a wedding breakfast at Algona, for the wedding party, the couple left for a week's trip. Mrs. Mergen attended Mallard high school, from which she graduated, and also the Thompson Beauty School in Des Moines. She operated a beauty shop in Pearson, Iowa, before taking over the shop here, for- merly operated by Mrs. Carl Johnson. The groom grew up to manhood south of Whittemore on his parent's farm and graduated from Presentation Academy in 1932. He served in the Unitel Sttaes army for three years, taking part in overseas action. Following his discharge in December, 1945, ho has been employed at the Martini garage. 'Fol.owoing their return home they will live in Whittemore. Mrs. L. W. Swanson visited at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Yarn Shinn in Mason City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kinsey and family of Algona were Sunday 'afternoon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Mr', and Mrs. Arthur Heiclen- with were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwilh at West Bend. Mns. Arthur Put/., and Miss Alvina Braatz, Wells, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gingerich, West Bend, wcrp Sunday dinner euests with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz. LIVESTOCK AUCTION THURSDAY, NOV. 7 4 Garner, Iowa v ••' '!.•• 1100—CATTLE—1100 •' i'. i I Advance' listing as follows— 500 good to choice Montana Hereford steer and heifer calves weight 300-450 Ibs. (These arc Mountain-bred calves, shipped here direct from thf range and will be sold by the pound.) 200 good to choice Montana Hereford yearling steers, weight 600-750 Ibs. 100 good Montana Hereford steers, weight 900-1000 Ibs. 100 good Shorthorn and W. F. feeder cows and heifcrettes, weight 750-900 Ibs. 200 head or more of good« quality native steers and heifers of all breeds weighing 500 to 1100 Ibs. NOTICE: These stock cattle and calves arc selling from Sl.OO to $2.00 per hundred cheaper how than in the past. Since the Western run is almost over anyone needing replacement cattle should plan to attend this sale. GARNER SALES CO. More Than a Pen More Than a Brush More Than a Marker It is adapted to a multitude of uses, and will legibly mark any surface — Wood, Metal, Glass, Cloth, Paper, Plastic, Burlap, Leather, Skins, Waxed Surfaces, etc. Factories, Machine Shops, Stores, Schools, Institutions, Railroad and Steamship Lines, Airplane Companies, U. S. Govt. Depts. and other industrials can use it for MARKING, ADDRESSING, SKETCHING, CHARTING, MAP WORK. WINDOW AND DISPLAY CARDS and dozens of other uses. ; _ A j DRIES WHILE YOU WRITE Postpaid Black-Yellow Red-Green 2 oz. Bottle Ink-o-mar Ink 50c Algona Upper Des Moines ."IHT THERE SIMPLY ARE NOT ENOUGH NEW CHEVROLETS TO GO AROUND We are getting our fair share of the current production of new Chevrolet passenger cars and trucks. And as strikes and shortages decrease, as the Chevrolet plants are able to produce more and more new passenger cars and trucks, we'll get more and more of them to deliver to our customers. • •• Meanwhile^ as long as shortages do exist, it is our purpose to apportion our share of the new Chevrolets available fairly and justly among the many customers, new and old, whose continued friendship and patronage are the keystone of our business. So ffiaf you may have no doubt as to our method of distribution of new Chevrolet passenger cars and trucks, we make the following— KO 8 S U T H MOT OR CH K'tviSaMSSiM .,... ; -;;;:-t:^;ift^i^ '£-JL£--fe.^K.,|f. "* :i;®?&?SMSffiS}tefi^&a^^^^S :

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