The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1946 · Page 14
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PAGE SIX_ Great Way to relieve stuffiness, invite Sleep if nose gets "stopped up" It's wonderful how a little Va^tro-nol relieves transient congestion thai; stuffs lio the nose afit) spoils sleep, Quickly your nose oftefla tip-breathing Is ftssieif! If jWi.lhfeea re* lief tonignt,;tt»MtyHowHi- recUohs in the {iaMge. Horhewatd Bound Mrs. Pauline Miller of Grundy Center took some chickens to market in Reinbetk recently. It opening the coop, she permittee one chicken to make its escape Some time afterward she return fed to her car, parked abbUt.tWo blocks away, and found the •miss ing chicken perched on it, ^r to make the trip back home. OFFtCE SUPPLIES: Sales books : assorted papers, rubber stamps stapling machines, carbon paper Xmas stationery. Stop in and look the supply over. They're hard to get, but we have a supply on hand T-46-n Old Man Winter's on the prowl . . . and he knows your car's a better target now than ever before. Play safe—get it in shape now, before real fl We'll winter-proof your motor with SKELLV Fortified Tagolenc Win- O ter-Weight Motor Oil. . We'll winter-proof your transmis- ' sion and differentia! with SKELLY JO Winter-Weight Long Life Greases. trouble sets in. Complete Skelly Service and Guaranteed Skelly Products will be a big help in keeping your car in the running this winter. I We'll winter-proof your complete ) chassis with approved SKELLY 'O Grease Master Service. We'll winter-proof your entire cooling system . . . put in proper 1 O grade anti-freeie. MOi Phone 805 SKELLY SERVICE 300 West State Street Algona, Iowa QUALITY YOU'LL APPRECIATE . lliRVICE YOU'LL REMEMBER \ The THRILL of bringing down your first "buck" ...You Can't Beat it! dtnerfca's )PYRIGHT 1946 BY G. HEUEMAN hi-'Fwitsu: CO • LACROSSE, WI-.CONSi KENNEDY & PARSONS CO, LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS AR Caaer , OttdsehL.-,.; |£lOn AUXlljflt y~ •• id •' ojjunoy* iiif£j-r i>ot luck dl'rjfttefr to bfe field? at-ifi^ Presbyterian Church; Ottosen,'' on November "li^&ij, o clgck^f or all 'itpflijdni i.WHf'idM^r; Coffee'w.iM jsH.ng,- lhie'i'i i -;-ofeft?''dfeh8i' nnd i sil- verwafe, '.;::•, -.'... The OtYoseft. Progress'ivo club met Thursday afternpiMij- at , the home of, MM» Herman-; Kramer with'. 15 mtetflbers atteTpini, The njeetin gas. .opened b;/'. siijglng "Carry.Me^ck to A|d, f V4r;giriy V and fdllowifedr by the hostess read ing. scrlptttre frprn St. John Chapter 15i' .It was reported that 105 towels hefhmed by tne blind women .had been,ordered., Mrs. Jens Bjerg'taVe'the. lesson on "Eleven Against the Nazi A- Bomb." Mrs, Laurel WOoster's name was sponsored for membership in the club. Guests were: Mrs. Van Buskirk, Mrs. Will Cooper and Mrs. Laurel Wops- ter. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Cliff Lander at Humboldt. ' . •• Pooches Celebrate, •Anniversary Two coilples entertained at Card parlies • during ; the week. • Mr. and Mrs. -Herman -Pooch entertained in honor • of . their 23rd wedding anniversary; at • their home Sunday evening. Following, a 7 o'clock dinner 50.0 was played with Mr. arid. Mrs. Eugene Hofius both winning high and Mrs. Max,. Clark and John Coyle winning low; Other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred'Lem- ke, Mr. and Mrs. Mav Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford, Larry and Deanne, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mr. and :Mrs. Qs'car Movick, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle, Mr. and Mrs..Mel Johnson and Howard of Bode, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Gronbach of Livermore. Oppedahls Entertain' Mr. and Mrs. Knute-Oppedahl held a Halloween card party at their home Wednesday'evening. After an evening of 500 with Mrs. Alf Lee winning high and Fred Kampen winning, low a lunch was served toy the hostess. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundt, Mr. and Mrs. .Hollis. Copper, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampen, Mr. and Mrs Alfred Lemke, Mr. and Mrs Egon Kjeer, and \ Mr. and Mrs! Alf Lee. Attend Amvet Meeting Four from the local Auxiliary of Amvets attended • the district meeting held at Humboldt last Friday. They were: .Mrs. Ernest Enockson Mrs. Harold Sundt, Mrs. Hollis Cooper and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl, .Mrs. Hollis Cooper was a delegate. Marcella Zinnel of West Bend spent Sunday night with Muriel Zinnel. Martin Kinseth of Bradgate called at the Oliver Kinseth home Saturday afternoon. Henry Kempen 'of Waverly spent from Thursday until Monday at the Fred Kampen home Mr. .and Mrs, ; Jphn Siefkin and Bernard: of G^ore City, were Monday evening, callers at the Egon Kjeer home. Mr. and. Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and son Jerry were Sunday dinner guests at the James Barber home at West .Bend. . Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bundy of Cedar Falls were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the MOIN18;; AL00NA IOWA rtalph Richai'ds home. , Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and Spit Larry spent from Wednes- 9af until Sunday visiting relatives at Dawson and Balaton, Minn. . Mr>. Warren McMahon and daughter CarHe Mae are spending a few days visiting at the Gfi'prge McMahon home at Algeria. Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Hofius were Thursday callers at the Elston home at Burt arid also at ..the*, homo of Mrs. Cora Bacon at Algbna. I ,Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson hi'id children Gene and Joyce pi; Whittemore were Sunday 'af- .terftocm callers at the Edward i£innol home. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Knmpen and children Johnny and Virginia of Laurcns were Sundnyaf- !te]rnoon callers at the Fred Kampen borne. j Mr. and Mrs. Hurold Zinnel land Eielen, Dwoync, and Gene of Brcwster, Minn., were Saturday dinner Rticsts at the Edward Zinnel home. i Mrs. Edward Von Bank and daughter Jane; Mrs. Caroline Telford and LeRoy Worby spent Sunday visiting at the Andrew Hanson home at Latimer. Mr and Mrs. Egon Kjeer and family were Friday evening callers at the home of Mrs. Cornelia Sietkin at Gilmore City artd Sunday nflprnoon callers at the Thomas Kjepr home at Bradgate. Friday evening guests at the John Coyle home wwo: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mr. and 'Mrs. Eugene Hofius, ?;Tr .-ind Mrs. Ed- \vnrd Z-nnell nnd family, Mr. and. Mrs. Roy Telford, Larry and LcRoy Worby.. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Silndt and son Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lemkc and family and Mr. and Mrs. Melvjn Loncseth and daughter of West Bend were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Anna Longseth. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard of Lone Rock spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Chester Alme home. Sunday the two families were dinner guests at the John Sones home at Sioux Rapids. Mrs. Sones and Mrs. Alme are sister.? and both are daughters of the Blanc'iards. WESLEY IS HOST NOV. 25 TO COUNTY LEG.-AUX. MEETING Wesley: The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Albert Ncuroth with a very good attendance. They voted to send' $16 to their adopted -boy Lee S. for necessary clothing. Mrs. Meurer, rehabilitation chairman, asked thul every member contribute a pound or.more of carpet raes bpfnro Nov. 20 when she will send them to a Veterans' 'hospital, where the veterans who arc ablo weave them into -rugs, which they will sell. Mrs. Alfred Erdman, membership chairman, reported 52 paid- up members. More are planning to join. Plans were discussed for the joint county Legion and Auxiliary meeting which will be held here on Monday evening, November 25 in the Kleinpeter hall, which the Legion has rented for the year. The committee for the evening consists of Mrs. Ihno Gerdes, Mrs. Helen Johnson, Mrs. John Youngwirth, Mrs. Torn Forburt'cr, Mrs. Joe Meurer, Mrs. J. P. Hauptman, and Mrs. Albert Ncuroth. The Legion state commander, Jess Halden of Newton will be guest speaker. The next regular meeting will be Tuesday evening, Dec. 3, in I wt rwBy mwn a gnat big thonki to all our (ustomen who •» * latlMtly writing for th. tire that OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES! YouMI Be Glad You Waited for the Extra Long. Mileage of the New B. F. Goodrich Silvertown Before we sold 9 single new Silvertown, taxis, state police and special test cars had learned the longer mileage secret of these new passenger car tires. Actual tests proved they oHtworf(fftf4i,ttf.lirfi. Today, users all over the country know this secret, too. They know if. gives longer mileage, because it has a.wider, flatter tre»d that puts more rubber on trie road . . . more rubber to spread the wear . , . more rubber to stop you quicker. That's. wh^y, if you're looking for ? today's :bi$gist:m#»ey's ; wor(k in tires , , , } you, too, will jfiijd it worth your while to 6 wait a.littU.longer for the tire that OUT' WEARS PREWAR ^"~ Con b« bcwgM«n SntpM Dovyn Payment and Convenient Terms L KliRER WELDERS USN.Thoriqgton IjesterDcBolt Phone 30? B.EGoodrich TIRES lill ;Mt%':. Mrs. Viola Studer arid Mrs. J. P. Hauptman as servers. The Legion will' miet that evening in the same hall. UNION ELECTION BRINGS OUt HEAVY VOTE IN Oil YEAR The election in Union township proved to bb one of the largest for an off-tyear presidential election, 144;j ballots being cast. One was an absentee ballot. Clerks were QJen Jenkinson and Ray Schilmbeller. Judges were Jens Sorensdm, Fred Plumb and Floyd Gardner. •D. C. Gardner Was opposed by Ray Schilmoeller : for tovynship assessor but wort over his opponent. Glen Jenkinson' was re-elected as clerk with-no opposition. Trustees Jens Sorenson and Floyd Gardner Were re-elected; Fred PlUmb was elected trustee to fill the Vacancy, which occurred when Henry Tjaden moved from, the township. However Mr. Plumb had been appointed to fill the vacancy up to election time. Charivari Ronnie Fraser A group of Union and Cresco township yoflttg people ed to the horde -,of Mr. and Mrs, iRonniei Fraser • (riewlyiweds) in Cresco township last Wednesday evening and Staged an old-fash* ioned charivari,; (They were well rewarded In the .form of ice cream, cookies',,and pop, About. 35 were there. Mt\ Fraser/ works for Elmer Potter. Mesdames Robert and Roy Sarchet accompanied Beth • Annis to MnSon City last Thursday. •: '<>'-.• Mrs. Manic Hplius, mother of Frank Hofius of tin ion, has riot been enjoying-the best of health lately. She lives with her daughter Mrs, Lloyd Elston at Hurt. '.-./' ' • Guests at the Mrs. Mary. Lea* Aaron Taylor, M«. i daughter -Jessie arid ert Leasqtt., ing with the gf6ti{j . Wi tfaffiiiVhere, has gbfte to..ldWft|;l City, where they are efeeling ^ homes foi- veterans. ' "I". , Mrs. Presley Sarchet got bafeRl-. last 'Wednesday evening fr6m , a ! Visit 6f three days with hef.j, daughter and Mrs, Olaf Romstad. Mr. and £ CLEANER ;; Keep your typewriter'keys cleafl-Jf with Websters tttZ. Cleans ty&t$ platens, alt metal parts, nil k!nd9.f of machinery. SOc bottl ' IK, son home iri; Algonn . last Upper 0es;Molne^ .'SJ/S, A FUNERAL HOME (SUCCESSOR to MERRITT'S) Day or Niqhb— Telephone 11 S^ALGONA . .......,-.,.. r IOWA, We Are 1 Ready for Winter ' vf^yBifc w . ...... '..,.• , w . YOU? n «tt!WiH of COAL e& Complete SUPERIOR O ; XPf+f**, ^.^GiR CHESTNUT HARD GOAL EGG SIZE COKE PETROLEUM GOKE SUPERIOR COAL BLUE STAR EGG COAL O.K. LUMP & EGG INDIANA LUMP & EGG SOUTHERN ILLINOIS IOWA COAL ALL GRADES of STOKER COAL Roads and Weather Permlitting We Will Make Your IN CI^Y OR DRY KINDLING AVAILABLE AT TIMES; - ? '•- • ? \ •••' i :!•

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