The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1946 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO- O. A. Laabs left Friday for Hollywood, Calif., to spend the winter, Alf Kresensky was in Chicago throe days last week buying merchandise, and Chct Williams was another Chicago buyer last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hansen spent Sunday at Remvick,where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ches- ter'Fitch and Harold Fitch, sons ALGONA UPPER t»ES MOINES, ALGONA, At Ihe Viking Oil Co. station and plant on North Main St., a new fuel tank is being installed and. a repair shop is in the process of construction. Mrs. John Mahoney and son Russell accompanied the- Don l.uclwiif family of West Bend to Chicago 1'or a week's visit with relatives. -They returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs 1 E. C. Finnell and NO. 27 OK A OKNTKNNIAI, YKAii SICKIKS Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County Ernest Nauman A Union township fanner l'»r fnur years. Ernest Xauman rents a liail section 5 nii'cs iiiirlh aiul ' •• mile cast ol Alsona. lie was linni in Kd.sMith. and lias lived in the county all his life. He has Tanned for Ihc past nine years. vr Ernest says'his crops—!:•*() aerp.s of eorn, 75 a<'rcs of oats aiul ;JO acres of I/cans—looiiril the host this year since he remembers. Thi're are ,S'> hosrs on the Nanman place al present, and ahoiH 10 head of cattle. Mrs. Nauman handles some •!(;."> hens. There are four children )n Ihc Xaiiman family— two boys, -t and 10, and two iris, 'i :;:ii! I.?. Ernest s:vf--- he manages to ,",et in a little hunting and fishiiiff on the side. Speakiu«' ol iiuntiii/,', some over-eascr hunters once shot :i enw on the Nauman place, mistaking it for a hear or huffalo, we suppose. So now the Naumaii land is posted. Prices will level off, Ernest believes, and it's goort to keep a close watch on (hem. he says. IOWA FACTS Irvington was tiaineil in Hio early days after Washington Irvir.y, ihs" famous American author. Your banking problems and requirements aren't always ihe .same as your neighbor's . . . you want ssH-i'ial attention, consideration and services to nu-rt YOUR needs. You can get them at the IOWA STATE. I4IWA KALPH MIU.KU, I'lesident HAROLD GILSIORE, Cashier HOY MeMAHON, Asst. Cashier •JC Although tuberculosis is one of the oldest known diseases, its cause was first conclusively proved when Robert Koch isolated the tubercle bacillus a little over fifty years ago. The success resulting from vigorous public health measures, particularly in the lust quarter century, is impressive. At the beginning of the century, tuberculosis led the list of diseases as the most frequent cause of death. Today it has dropped to seventh place. There is no reason why it should not drop completely from the list of important causes of death. This splendid record has resulted from the combined efforts of many agencies. An enlightened public opinion with respect to the value of the physician's services has contributed immeasurably. Have that long-delayed physical examination today. We are prescription specialists. THUENTE PHARMACY son John Edgar and tbetir nephew John Edward ' Laniuth of Minneapolis were guests of Mrs. Fir-moll's father, Matt Lanuith, from Friday until Sunday. Ernest Anliker w&rii to Enid, Oklii., recently as a guest of the Champlin Refining Co. arid had the pleasure of an airplane voyage in the $50,000 Beechcraft Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolcolf and Vernon Jensen took in the Minnesota - Purdue football game last Saturday DIAMOND RING' She'll be so proud and happy..: •when you give her a Keepsake, the traditional symbol of the engagement ...and the choice of America's loveliest brid.cs. Quality and value are assured by the Keepsake Certificate ' of Guarantee and Registration, signed ', by this store, and confirmed in writing by thc,makcrs. A Kctpiakt 5UFFERN '• 250.00 AI>oS175 B Keepsake DANVERS 125.00 C KccpioVe CORDOVA 87.50 °'!5x " Guaronfeed bi f*-A oil Housekeeping^ PHONE 252 ALGONA, IOWA AUTHORIZED K E E..P__SAJC E DEALER ASPIRIN 100 for JJSTERINE 75c size 58c V<iur iiu-dicinc chest is your first line of defense against Fall's "ill winds." Sudden blows lose their force—are frequently chf.-ltcd and ri-liovftl faster—when you are prepared to treat illix-sK \viih tric::l and proven health guards at the first warning symptom. Fill up your medicine chest today and he fully preparetl. \Ve have your favorite quality brands oi home u'riiff!: at the lo\vc.-,t prices. Check your needs against these health gti.irds that should he in every home. PHONE 252 ALGONA JOWA THE TIME ELEMENT When you brinff a prescription to us it receive.-; the immediate am! undivided attention of an experienced pharmacist. IIow- t-r, it .should h; realized that some medicines ialu lunger to compound tlwin others. For your protection wt wil' never "hurry through' 1 the compounding lirocefses 1 . \W will, however, deliver your in:uicinc as quickly as is consistent iCith absolute accuracy, safety, and integrity. Gauze Bandage Adhesive Tape Tinct. Iodine *• Tinct, Merthi- olate Swabs Fever Thermometer Viek's Vapo Riib Rubbing Alcohol THUENTE PHARMACY PHONE 252 ALGONA, IOWA M, and MrtfA-Wftl."P6<*t6tfiik r 6i8% ; Seventh ; St., Soon'fe,' tot? frierly' of Alg&fta^atifidif&e' the 1 engagement of tHeir d&ughteif'. Joyce Marie, td Vefn6'n TS!' Sdhfelt of San Diego, Calif., son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schell of Boone. The .wedding will be solomh'ifced November 12 at tho Church of the Sacred Heart in Boone. Woman's BteW Class The 1 Wornari's Bible Class of Me Congregational churbh will fneet Wednesday, Nov. 13 at the home of Belle' PUrvis at 2:30, Bring a covered dish. ./ Fenton Aid Mefctihgr- Sl. John's Lutheran Aid of Fenton met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs. Charles Theesfield and Mrs, Lloyd Suncle wore, hostesses. Election of officers was held lor the coming year with t'hfe following elected: President; Mrs. Everett Dreyef; vice president, Mrs. Clarence Wegenfef; secretary, Mrs. Emil Blerstedt; treasurer, Mrs. Larry Alt. It was- decided to. have a Christmas party at the Dcceiri- ber meeting. Plum Creek Women's Club The Plum Creek Women's club will hold a meeting Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 2:00 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Wayne Keith with Mrs. Ray McWhorter and Mrs. Claude Seeley as assisting hostesses. Everyone is to bring a contribution to be sent to the Children's Home at Woodward, Iowa. Union Busy Bees Union: The Busy Bee club met with Marie O'Brien, west of Burl, last Friday afternoon with 20 in attendance. Election of officers followed the business meeting, Mrs. Ellen Holmgren ing named president. Other officers are Florence Schichtl, first vice president; Velma Cook, second vice-p resident; Dorothy Scott, secretary-treasurer; Ethel Smith, assistant secretary-treasurer. The banquet, which is to be held Nov. 22 at Burt, will be at the Vinnas hotel. Reservations should be made with the committee, Mrs. Nina Taylor or Mrs. Sarchet by Nov. IS. Schallihs * Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin entertained the following guests at R o'clock dinnpv Sunday: Mr., and Mrs. Frank Sheller, Dickens; Mrs. Ronald .Shellev and claughr Ler Jiidie of, Bingh union, N. Y. Mrs. Roftald'Shelter and daughter 1 ' are returtting" to 'New York iti'tHe' ne'ar Wture. tfrilpfi' Mf&h&S '-lad ''DaucthlMt' Union: The Union Mothers and ftmiglHers club meets Thursday, Nov. 14 with Mrs. Cora Bacon in AlgonaT- Mrs. Ida Winkle • Jr. assisting. Roll call is a Bible verse concerning peace. Round table- discussion, which has bfiefi one of the most ItliettiifMg fortris; of program, will be given on Compulsory Military Tfuih- ingr Leading the discussion'will be Nellie Jenkinson, Mary Sarchet, Marguerite Gardilor o.nd Mary Gisch. Fox-Dellman Dedding-- Fern Dettman of Algon'a became the bride of Richard Fox, also of Algona, in a ceremtiny performed Sunday evening by Justice of the Peace J. B! John* ston here. The single ring ; cere 1 - mony was used. jyfr. arid Mrs. George Fo*, parents of the groom, witnessed the ceremony. ; Mr'.' and Mtis.' Robert-Rifchara- son spent Sunday" in Rochester visiting the fortner's mbther Mrs. R: G. Richarclsoh; who is a. patient at the Worrell follovvihg an 1 operation for an eye ailment ten days ago, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Behfief spent the weekend with Algona friends. The Bonnets have been living in Knoxville, where Mr. Bennet was with the Veteran's Bureau, but was recently transferred to Des Moines. • \ Miss Eleanor Fraser came up from Des Moines and spent last weekend with her Algona friends. She was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Raney. Miss Fraser, who has been a state auditor for selective service for the post year or so, has been given a job in Washington, D. C., and expects to begin the new job on November 20. In the meantime she will visit her brother who lives in' Philadelphia. Capi; Stanley Moore, now located at the Scott's Field, across the river east of St. Louis a few miles, with his wife spent the weekend in Algona, where he hunted" pheasants and visited Algona relatives. They were guests at the home of J. W. Haggard, who is Stanley's uncle. They came in a brand new Buick 'car and the 500 miles covered in about nine hours. Capt. Moore, who has been in air service for over four years, has for the past two years been a flying instructor, until lately stationed at Perrin Field, near Sherman, Tex. t OUITPllEDGE: BUT— NO RAISE IN PRICES IN THIS We Will Continue to Offer Our* ilarge Stock of Home Furnishings at the Old Low Prices! <?* Established 1925 . 1M344< Friday and Saturday, Nov. 15-16 and Monday, Noy, 17-18

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