The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 10
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PAGE TWO_ ALOONA ttfPEtt ftiS MtotNEg, CLASSIFIED ADS IN THIS NEWSPAPER REACH OVER 4,100 HEAD THE WANT ADS MOST MOTHERS DO THIS Has A Co Jd AT BEDTIME rub throat, chest, back with VapoRub. Relief-bringing action starts instantly... WORKS FOR HOURS while child sleeps to relieve coughs, muscular soreness and tightness. B est-known home remedy you can use to relieve distress of children's colds is comforting Vicks VapoRub. Even while you rub it on, VapoRub starts to work, to ease distress... and it keeps on working during the night. No wonder most mothers always do this when a _ _ cold strikes.. V VAPORUB V J m mm- am as HSE $7 to $10 EXTRA NOME EACH WEEK To help meel rising prices, man wanted wilh light pick-up to haul bundles and deliver Sunday papers io BURT, BANCROFT, TITONKA AND SEXTON each Sunday morning— earns S9.80 a trip. Man wanted with car for Sunday route and bundle haul to IHVINGTON, SI. Benedict and vicinity. Phone 353 or write W. J. Payne, Algona. m mss g@«D HTO* ***. jwyi ff> CAFE GOOD FOOD Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson Ever KO often wo find groups of our opposition orsiini/iiisj other pension groups to head off t!i'j Townsend Plan until today we have over eighty different pension bills waiting io be brought before congress. U takes no deep thinking to know who is sponsoring these different groups. Every method conceivable is used to put the Townsend Plan and orgunix.ation in a "bad light" wK'h the public and the 'big press syndicates an; quick to print every toac! thing that can bt said btu very seldom do they print all the good being done by the Townsend organi/.a- 1ion. Methods used to ridicule the Townsend Plan and the organi/;'.- . turn run from deliberate lies to running down someone's reputation. It would be a mighty good idea if the general public would take these things with a grain of salt and look into both sides of every question with a free and open mind. Townsend club members are plain American citizens working •for the enactment of a nation;.! law that will guarantee every American citizen a life annuity, regardless of race, color or creed and regardless whether they belong to the Townsend organization 01- not. It is not an easy task to get the Townsend Bill before congress and at the same time fight all opposing forces. We need every bit of physical and financial aid we can muster together. Every Townsem! member srhouUT remember they have an obligation and a duty to (perform. Their, loyalty to our cause cannot ibe shown in any other way.—Adv. FREDHAACKS0F WESLEY OBSERVED 25TH ANNIVERSARY Wesley: Mr. and Mi v s. Fred Haack celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sunday. Guests for Hie 7 o'clock dinner included Rev. and Mrs. John Mohr and six children of Brltt, Edward Haack of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Broderson and bnby Lucian of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. William Broderson of Lone Roek, Mrs. 'Haack's father John Leininper, Mr. and Mrs. Darvvond McArlihur and Mr. and Mrs. Hay Jackobs of Forest City, Guy M. Butts, Mrs. Mary Brad- fiold and John Seiler. They were married at Fenton on Nov. !), 1921. Other children besides Edward of Minneapolis, Mrs. Eugene (Lucille) Broderson and Eugene at 'home they have another son Ewald who is in the navy on the, U. S. Valley Forge. He had a birthday Sunday. Many lovely gifts were presented to the Haacks. A lunch was served after a social evening and vocal selections' by tru' Mohr children. Mission Society Hosts Mr". Harold Marlinek and hostesses to the Catholic Mis- Mrs. Laurence Wingert were •hostess to the Catholic Missionary society at their meeting in the Parish hall Wednesday afternoon. Study Club to Meet Mrs. John Amesbury will be hostess to the Study club Thursday afternoon, Nov. 21. They will address Christmas seal envelopes. Mrs. Haverly Hostess Mrs. J. L. Haverly will enter- lain her bridge club Thursday afternoon, Nov. 21. Mrs. Erdman Entertains Mrs. Alfred Erdrnan. entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Alf Studer and Mrs. J. L. Haverly were guests. Mrs. Studer won higli score pri/e and Mrs. Havcrlv travel prize. Mrs. Tom McMahon will have the next party. Legion Dance 20th Tihe American Legion is sponsoring their annual dnnce Wednesday night, Nov. 20, in the Kleinpeter hall. The Happy Jack orchestra will furnish the music. Parly November 23rd The annual Thanksigiving feather party will be held in the Kleinpeler hall Saturday night, November 23, sponsored by the American Legion. Ort Federal Jury John Hutchison sewed on the grand jury at Fort Dodge several clays. Dr. Ferguson Visits Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson of Cedar Rapids came Friday night and visited her sister Mrs. J. L. Haverly here. A sister Mrs. Will Becker and Chair mother Mrs. Matilda Johnson at Algorfa. Amvejr Auxiliary Meets The Amvets Auxiliary held a regular meeting Thursday evening. At their next meeting Dec. 12 they will have a Christinas party. Mrs. Ward Entertains Mrs. Clarence Ward entertained at two tables of 500 Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Oliver Young got high score pri/e, Mrs. Ed Hildman low score prize, and Mrs. Ernest Hulchinson travel pri/c. Monday morning of last week with his discharge from the af- my following 15 months Jft Leyte. He was in tihe army 21 months. His mother Mrs. Louts Lickteig and his wife, the former Barbara Sehraut/h went to Fort Sheridan to meet him. Mr. and Mrs. V. . Mar'cto v are driving a 'brand new Chevrolet. Rosalie AJne/only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne, submit^ ted to an appendectomy at'-the Mercy hospital in Mason City Thursday morning. She Was Attending a School of Beauty at Mason City. C. D. A. Plans Card Party The C. D. A. held its regular meeting Wednesday evening. Plans were made for a public card party Sunday evening, November 24. The local initiation team will go to Whittemore Sunday, Nov. 24, to conduct reception ceremonies for new members. Following the business meeting court whist yas played with Mrs. Louis Wingert winning high score prize and Mrs. Urban Licktcig low. Home From Army High Lickteig arrived home ROEBER NAMED TO HEAD MEN'S CLUB Whittemore: Members of the Men's club held their regular meeting in the auditorium of the Lutheran school Tuesday evening. After the regular meeting election of officers was held, Wilbur Roeber, president; Wil- Jiam Meyer Jr., vice president; Victor Dan, secretary; and Lor- cii7. Gade, treasurer. Mrs. Felder Entertains Mrs. Kate Folder entertained a number of relatives at dinner .Sunday. Guests were Mr. and •Mrs. Joseph Esscr, Santa Ana, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Esser; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Esser, Jas. Esser, Luella Esser, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry ullivan, and family, Ledyard; Mrs. John Fandel, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Mike .Koppen, Mrs. Matt Krebsbach, .Mrs. Raymond Esser, Mrs. Lillie Geelan, Mrs. J. S. Cullen, and .Miss Margaret Fandel, Whitte- *norc. , • Stork Needs a Rest ','•• In the past four months 24 babies were delivered at the McCreery hospital, of which; were J2 boys and 12 girls. Doctor McCreery also delivered other babies in Uhc Kossuth hospital. Little Billy Johnson of Rolfe, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, is visiting at their ,home last week and this week. A baby was still born to Mr. , jnwnlng • at the ' MeCreery h68-> ,pital. , ., Mr, and Mrs, Herman Vaudt of Farrihamvl'lte, la;, visited with relatives here Thursday and Friday. 'The Vaudts , formerly lived, on-, a farm, just one-fhaif .mile south of'tawn. " Mr. aM Mrs.. '-Elmer Rulhnke moved frShv the Roairtan vicinity Monday to the Melbourn tenant house".- Mr. -Ruhnke Avill be ,employed by 'Mr* Shripson, Alfred Bruhn, 'AlfreU ,'Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs, Herman Meyer helped thetn .move. ' Mr. ahd ••M.fs. '.Arthur Helden•with drove to .Mahkato, Minn., Friday afternoon 'to Visit with •tHeif daughter ahd family, Mr. *M Mrs, Lloyd Walker, They, returned home SuridtaV evening and were accompanied toy (heir .grandson, Gary, who will remain ,ih Whittemore Until Christmas. Members' of St, Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid society held a .meeting In the auditorium of the JjUtheran school Thursday afternoon. It was planned to have « Christmas program. Mrs. Wil- Jiam Meyer Sr., Mrs. Elmer Ost» Wald, Mrs. William Ostwald, and ,Mrs. Richard Potratz were on the serving committee. • Mri and Mrs, Herman Voigt entertained people at a 0 o'clock dinner Wednesday evening. Present were Hose Lampe, Le- Dim oiBTneri /innu iF Cteffaey,' Resells and Voigt, Stella Mae' SWseft, and (Harold Voigt, Algotti; v Gerald Ollum, Burt; and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe tirid son of Whllte- more. • Mrs. Bertha Beflifikei aceom* pariied Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz to Latirrter Wednesday, where she Vis'ited at',the* home of Jier,son Frank. Mr. and Mrsr FARM MACHINERY — REPAIRS — RADLEY BROS. SHOP CAN GIVE YOU GOOD SERVieE^RI€iHT^NOW! We -:now you are pretty busy with the corn harvest. But right now we can take care of your machinery better than we will be able to later, when the rush is on. If you have an idle tractor that needs work, send it in. Let us get repairs done on your planters, fertilizer spreaders, plows and other machinery too. On parts, we can give you good service right now. So if at all possible, let our shop handle your machinery repair work now—you'll, be glad later to have it out of the way! GOOD STOCK OF TRACTOR TIRES A «ood slock of new and used rear tractor and implement tires at Bradley Bros. Ii' you have steel wheels, get your tractor of implement converted to rubber. We have done a lot of that work, and guarantee an A-l job of converting from steel to rubber. • Manure Loaders We liavr 'em! Comr in for yours. After corn-picking, if the weather is open, yon will )»; ready to clean up. Hammermills High! now you're probably feeding whole corn, but, gei set for grinding after cnru- good stock of new Hammermills. Dairy Equipment Kradley Bros, features famous DeLaval Separators and Milkers. They do the job farrtcr. better and at less cost. Tractor Saws Ii you have a wood lot, or plan to cut wood, get the facts on these tractor saws- Tank Heaters You'll want to start giving your chickens, hogs and cattle warm water. Come in and see our stock oi tank heaters. Wood Stock Tanks We got these in just a few days ago. A nico stuck, ready for you at reasonable prices. FARM WAGONS You can get into Ihe field on one. of these Briggs wagons on rubber. USED FARM EQUIPMENT USED FARM WAGONS 1 USED HAYRACK 1 USED HOG FEEDER USED BURR MILLS WAGON BOXES All-steel flare flare type anil steel boxes with oak floors. ALLIS- CHALMERS SERVICE REPAIRS SALES PHONE 714—SOUTH HOTEk It's a Wonderful Feeling .. Owning You* Own Home! It brings a glow of pride and security — makes you feel you've "arrived". • . Let us help you join the ranks of happy homeowners with our simplified home-financing plan. Convenient monthly payment—16w interest rates —Service from helpful people who want to assist you ; in achieving debt-free home ownership. Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. Phone 55 C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y cl # vid, toft-cheek-up with sp'edal-' "Ists In regard to pplio which the boys .Gontraeted *everfll weeks &go. They returned horrte Friday evening. ' - Mo?e ttdws, more pages, mare pitilltres ihaii e*er before in The Algona Newspapers. ANNOUNCEMENT . . . I want to take this means of thanking all my friends ahd patrons for their business. Because of health I am leasing my cafe to Mrs. Hannah Ross and son Gene. Mrs. Ross has been .my cbok, and you Will find the same good meals "and service Bunder her management. ., • Again thanking you.:fqr your Business and friendship during my two years here in the cafe. MRS. MAE GROTTE GROTTE CAFE F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 ALGONA, IOWA »». W WE ARE SAWINl 6 f* £ TP* Lars or hi YELLOW PINE AND WHI- PINE INTO BOARDS We have been getting many calls for this type , v *o from farmers and others who are doing repair wl are making up these 6 cars of Timbers into boards^ lengths and sizes. Come in and give us your require we will try to meet them. CREOSOTED POSTS 1 Car on the Track ' 1 Car in Transit Several Care Now En Route to Norton's! ILLINOIS STOKER COAL SUPERIOR LUMP COAL These coal cars have left the mines, and are rolling to Norton's Yards! Due to new government regulations, we can accept ov» ders only if you have less than a 10 days coal supply; Corrugated Metal A New Shipment Just Received! that's been tough to get . « , and we sw pissed iww to after a stouk of coKHfaM roofing to you, It's herer»»4 you *e» take it awiy with ywi» we will deliver. Get those barn roofs in shape for the winter now! '. v • - I" ;•,,•''!' i.-,C^:i:!'..vIy;''t!,'«~-'a--i4.€ia.S^I^ * Is.-

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