The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 5, 1946
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PAGE FOUR- JUNIOR PLAY AT DONE ROCK NOV. 'Lone Rock: The Lone Rock sohool juniors will present their class play Nov. 8 at the Lone Rock school auditorium. '"Don't Look Now" is the title, and the cast follows: Dclbert Blanc-hard as John Shetman, the father, ago 45, positive assured type; Helen Schmidt as Ethel Sherman, the mother, age 43, a conscientious, average mother type; Joyce Marlow as Bernice Sherman, a daughter age 20, modern, partial young lady; Sanfoi-d Mith- hell as Ray Sherman, the son, age 18, a typical youth of today; Marvel Schnudi as Lois Sher- iv-an, a daug'iler, age 16, a fun loving, energetic, care-free girl; Leroy Decker as Herbert Hayes, a Cousin, age 25, well educated, genial, and affluent. Kenneth Thomson as Grandpa Sherman, age 05, a comedy type; Katherine Willrett as Lynne Dryden, a girl friend, age 18, vivacious, likeable, Kenneth Flaig as Vincent Berger, a boy friend, age 21, "soda fountain clerk" type; Phyllis Hawks as Evango- line "Va'ngie' Ross, hired girl, age 24, comedy type-. Joan Zweifel as Arilla Temple, a neighbor, age 35- 40, a talka- . ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA, 10WA y,, November 4, 194$ live spinster. This is directed by j Bazaar Net $250 Mrs. Daniel McCarty, with' Myrnn l^iclson nnd Alice Schmidt in charge of tickets, nnd Kenneth Fischer in cluirgo <>C properties. New -Hurt Arrivals Hurt: Two new arrivals greeted their parents at the Hurt hospital, Tuesday, Oct. 20. The first arrival was a daughter bom to Mr. and Mrs. Eiwin Heldox- fer of Bancroft. The second was a fine son born to Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mueller of Fenton, and named Kenneth Merle. Burl: 'A fine crowd attended the Presbyterian bazaar and dinner, last Wednesday, and the woman's- council cleared about $250 from the project. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Sgt. Arnold Kollasch, son of Mt\' and Mrs. Charles R. Kollasch was discharged from the anny last week Wednesday at Fort Dix, N. J., and has now arrived home. He served for 1!) months and was last stationed at Augsburg, Germany, with the GOO engineers. He embarked at Erem'ershavon, Germany, Sept. 20, and arrived in New York 11 days later. IOTILED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY BY • MINERAL SPRINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Humboldt, low; Effective December The Algona N ewspapers Announce A Slight Increase In Subscription Rates In the last few years The Algona Newspapers have seen prices of newsprint double; they have increased payrolls to meet rising costs of living; they have installed and are installing newer and better equipment; they have given expanded news and picture service of the entire county; yet while operating costs have steadily risen, these newspapers have not increased subscription prices until the present situation'makes this slight increase necessary to maintain high standards in the future that insure giving you the complete news coverage you require. Effective Dec. 1, 19 Hi, the new subscription and renewal rates to (he Algona papers will be as follows: IN KOSSUTH COUNTY Either Paper, yearly $3.00 Both Papers, yearly = $5.00 OUT OF THE COUNTY Either Paper, yearly Both Papers, yearly .S4.00 .$G.OO THIS IS A TOTAL OF ONLY 50 CENTS A YEAR PER PAPER INCREASE; ONE CENT A WEEK IF YOU TAKE BUT ONE PAPER, TWO CENTS A WEEK IF YOU TAKE BOTH. Renewals will be accepted until Dec. 1 at the old rate, as well as new subscriptions. News stand sales will increase to 10 cents a copy as of Dec. 1. SERVING IOWA'S LARGEST COUNTY WITH SEMI-WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVICE AND A CIRCULATION THAT EXCEEDS THAT OF ANY OTHER PUBLICATION, DAILY, WEEKLY OR MONTHLY. The Algona Upper Des Moines Tuesday In 1946—Thursday in 1947 The Kossuth County Advance Thursday in 1946-r-Tuesday in 1947 LUTHERAN AID AT BURT OBSERVED 25TH ANNIVERSARY Burt: The Lutheran Aid society observed its 25th anniversary last Tuesday evening with a .banquet at Which the families of the members and former members were guests. Over 100 were present. The program included the following: Devotions by the Rev. Ferdinand Reith; Welcome, by Mrs. W. Rndig the president; song by Leiigcnla Riedel and Stella Rachut, Response, Mrs. B. Knestler address by the Rev. L. Richmann, Ormsby, Minn., remarks, charter members; poem by -Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt; messages from former members; history by Mrs. Lyle Marlow and bened'iclinn by Rev. F. Rcith. Pi'osbylerian Women The Woman's Council of the Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday, afternoon, Nov. G at the church, with the Mesdames R. F. Elvidge, Tom Tronary, Delmar Angus, Alvin Andreason, Tressic R'ingsdorf. Donald Ringsdorf, and VoUi Trenary as hostesses. Mrs. Donald Ringdorf witt conduct devotions and Mrs. Paul Macauley will give a talk on I "Spiritual Life." Burt Dinner Guests The ' 'Hubert Campneys of Rulhvon were dinner guests 'a week ago Sunday at the Walter Campney home.' In the afternoon the Campney families went to the O. A. Campney home noail'.ijlgona to see the new baby of MHi and Mrs. Jack Buscher. di-.f Aid Meeting The Mdthodisl W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon, Nov. G,"In"th'e "church parlors with Mrs.-BVJU. Ryerson, Mrs. Maymc Schradcr. and Mrs. John Scott as hostesses. Mrs. B. K. Bahnsdn will have charge of devotions and Mrs. John Scott as hostesses. Mrs. B. K. Bahnson has charge of devotions and Mrs. G. P. Haw- colt is program chairman. Final plans will be made for the annual bazaar and chicken dinner to be held Wednesday evening, Nov. 13. checktUp,.at the Park hospital. C&cll •-^ward, stfn of Mr. arid Mrs. W, 'Hi'Steward, arrived Friday haVing received his discharge from the army. He ie- cently returned from service in France. ' Mary Jean Rachut, who teaches at Lttke Park and Hcileri Ra- dhut, student aUWartbur.g college, Waverly, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman have received news of the birth of a grandson 'born .October 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chipman at Lufkin, Texas. This is the second child for them. John Rash, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash, arrived a week ago Saturday, having received his discharge from the army. He recently returned from the Philippines, where he had served nearly a year. LONEpKERSON BURTPROGRAM Lone Rock: Among those from Lone Rock to attend and be on the.program of preparation committees at the banquet of the Burt Lutheran Ladies' Aid 25th anniversary were Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Henry Kueck and Mrs. Henry Schroeder. Mrs. Wilfred • Radig was the toastmastcr and gave the welcome speech, followed by the response by Mrs. Bertha Kestler, remarks by the former charter members present, duet by Eugenia Reidel and Stella Rachut, and the main speech by Pastor Richmann from Ormsby, Minn. Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt read a poem, "Why I Joined the Aid"; Mrs. Lyle Marlow read the messages from former members and history of the Aid. Mrs. Henry Kueck and Mrs. Henry Schroeder .helped prepare the banquet. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gildner and family of Mason City visited The Sewing Circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. The. .FortnighlJy club met Friday, afternoon with Mrs. J. L. Miller',!! ': Mrs.' J. P. Trunkhill and Mrs. Hnh)19 'Steward were Mason City visitors Wednesday afternoon-, I,-, (••• MM n,id''Mrs. Verne Gross of I-I limbo'l at' visited a week. ago Sunday at the R. F. Hawcott home. Mrs. R. P. Frcdrickson went to Osago Friday to visit relatives and help with the wedding of a niece. Gerald Riedel of Wartburg college, spent the weekend with his onrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Riedel. Mrs. Gildner's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsacldle Wednesday and attended the Presbyterian bazaar. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson are parents of a son born Wednesday, Oct. 30, at the Kossuth hospital. The Mariner's club met in the Presbyterian church Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf entertaining. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rickard, Waterloo, visited Tuesday at the Roy Ollom home. Mr. Kick- ard is Mrs. Ollorn's brother. | Barbara Thompson, a student at Dubuquo university, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson. Mrs. Roy Ollom and her sister, Mrs. Sam Shipler of Swea City, visited their mother Mrs, Adeline Rickard at Britt last week Monday. Mrs. Emma Gull, Colesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdle of Fenton spent a week ago Sunday evening at t'he Lurena Wessel home. Jack Henrn'ngs, Mishawaka, Tnd., and a friend arrived the first of lust week for the hunting and a visit at the Paul Mac- uuley home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Turpin of Kalispel, Mont., came Wednesday evening for a visit at the J. P.' Trunkhill home. They ai-e Mrs... Trunk hill's cousins. L. E. Riebhoffs Sunday school class of boys entertained Mrs. M. O. Richard's class at a Halloween party in the Methodist church parlors Tuesday evening. Mrs. Clifford Holding took the Rev. A. G. Hedclle and Miss Emily Watson to Mason City Friday, where Mr. Heddle had a -MET EXTiA that ,«o*nAny ; 6f l customers 'have 'been 16 understanding m on New B. .- , are out bast salisiatti! Ami •.*£•*•!• )«•« no stojjping. tbe*n from telUngjaboMt *b*. improved skkl t«sl«««nce they,«fe,getf«ag (torn the wider, flatwr trtad ,whkh putt more rubber on-the rt«d , <. why this new tire outwears p*eu>*rt*rts, To match the performance of this bro^r twsikl a sturdier tire body was developed tougher cords acd roofe. of: them, means aalety wvrtb wtitmg J<#. 'Lester DeBolt 118 N. Thorington Phone 308 BFGoodrich TIRES WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Upper Des Moines Want Ads Bring Results. DOUBLE ACTION AGAINST COLDS! DUE TO LACK OF VITAMIN A AND 00UGHS WfcTQ COLDS ALUS- CHALMEUS amia -1 I. low. Sootlttt* caught and tlicaat irrila- liun tlue la cultli* Because it does these two things, many people call for Father John's Medicine at the first sign of a cold due to a lack of Vitamin A: Profit from their experience. Get the tve-way action John's Medi cine — and get Tfsults SER¥J£I NOW USED OVER 9ft ¥£*!$ Farmers Attention! 15 MORE "BRIGGS 1-1 FARM Are Arriving at Bradley Brofs! The BriffffS will do every hauling Job you jput to it. Takes any standard grain box, hay rack, wood rack or grain tank, and it's ready for tough duty. All-steel- welded .construction, steers like an auto, making short turns easily. High windrow clearance and low loading. Uses standard 6:00x16 tires and hauls a 3 to 314 ton load. If you need a farm wagon, be sure to get.infor- mation on the outstanding BRIGGS wagon at Bradley's! . J.AU&*! Hi-Quality Wagon Boxes Arc Arriving—Get On 'Em! . See Bradley Bros, for USED WAGONS DeLaval Milkers Separators TRACTOR TIRES New and Used In Stock For Immediate Delivery! f OR IMMWIAT6 DELIVERY: ^ Bantam Utility Trailer Llghfwefght, All-Steel Trailer. Hitches to your car or truck In o jiffy—takes rough roads without, weaving, loaded or empty. Vou can buy this All-Purpose Trailer with or without side racks, bows and tarpaulins—or buy. the Chassis alone and build your own special body. NEW FARM EQUIPMENT Hog Feeders in All Sizes New Bearcat Hammermills Tractor-Mounted Saws Innes Pick-up Attachment for AC60 Combine New "Modern" Hog Oilers 2-Wheel Trailer Lime Spreaders Pump Jacks with Motors Hammermill Belts Steel Farm Gates 560-Gal. Fuel Tank—Fuels Tractor Easily Curri-Oilers ; Tank Heaters USED FARM EQUIPMENT 1—IHC Used Corn Binder, Cheap 1—Portable Concrete Mixer l*r~IH,C 4S Electric Cream Separator, Used 3 Weeks

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