The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 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 19, 1946
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4 1 ' 'Atot^J RUPTUMED? „.. _.-.,__. ,.„...., »uu. n ii wi* m IIL/J.U iiixv; u {./tin ui i ,«. • r 7—-i— - y§ Cttt1 " e ^Ashcrt. Protect ytJtir health. If you mil Ibe helped you will be told so frankly*. CAUTION; if neglected,..rdpturerrta''ifs^ isains Or ner- «S. ^f 8 ' orought correction and hew comfort to thousands, ivo obligation. No treatment. Call for evening appointment. GEO. -L, COOK $iLl rift;A ; f ALGONA TUESDAY, NOVE'MftEti 2(5 ALGflNA HOTEL Clip This Ad HOURS: D A, M, to 12 A.'M. NO INCREASE IN OUR PRICES THIS IS OUR PLEDGE TO THE PEOPLE OF ALGONA Despite the lifting, of controls on everything we offer for sale, WE WILL NOT JNCftEA^E THE PRICE of aitything we have in our complete stocks a's iHiis riewspapier goes to p'ress. IN THE FUTURE . .' ..A$ IN TilE PAST . . . wt will- sell quality nicrcHatitiilsfe iTiJfeg fewest $Mi- ble prices basetl iip'on iliij cS&t of itiS ' to us. WE §At AGAiN: "i^e>iii M grease 0 V prices on a single ite'fii ilia't ivc ftiiv'e" in 1 sib'cfe aM' will make increases dhly wHeri fb'fceti ttt by ift- creased costs to" tis." JOE BLOOM, Owner KELL3T J^HNSO'N, Manager EVERYTHING FOR THE FARM, HOME & CAR AT LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS. LOCALLY OWNED NATIONALLY IVAN MULLIN, % RITES SATURDAY, LUVERNE CHURCH LuVerne: Funeral services for Ivan L. Mullln, 36 Q native . of LtlVefrte, la., Were held at tho Mfithodist Church, there, Saturday. ReV. Phillips Of the Lil- Vcrrie Melodist church nnd Rov Gilbert, Kuypor r,f the Algona I'rtsbytlvian ehuiOh < fficiatod. .The deceased was born in Lu- Verne Sept. 8, 1910, a son of Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Mullin. He graduated from L\v' Verne high in 1928,. and * eventually became n welder.,, He was married, Oct. 25, 1930, to LuEJIcn Gun'der at Webster City, and three children Gordon, Dixie and Barbara, were born to this union. .... , Mr. Mullin passed away Tuesday of last week at Cedar Rapids, where he. had boon working, having moved there in 1941, Brothers and sisters living arc V. Mullin of Wesley, Benjamin of Klcmrhe, Orrie of Hardy and Oli,ve Hansen of Irvington, The • MCCullough Funeral Home had charge of tho services. Pallbearers were Paul and Harold Phillips, Harold Nielspn, all of LuVerne, Asa Braytbn, Hubert Saxton and Clarence Mack of Hardy. LuVerne Youth Weds Miss Helen May Ladwig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ladwig of Milwaukee, Wis., became the bride of Richard E. Brink, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Brink of Des Moines November 2 in the Methodist church in Iowa City. The bride is a graduate of the Washington high school in Milwaukee and of the State University of Iowa School of Nursing. Mr. Brink was sradUated from high school in LuVerne with the class of 1D40 and also the .State university in lo'Wa City. After a wedding trip to Chicago the couple will make their home in St. Paul, Minn., where Mr. Brink is employed. Fr&n'cfiy N'ligh'fiofs The Frieridly Neighbor' club mOt .Tuesday afternoon at the couritry .Home;: of Mrs. Curtis Morga'n with 20 ladies - present. Mrs. Edwin Marty had charge of the .eriteiitainm,ent for the afternoon. Mrs. Morgan was presented with a gift in honor of her birthday. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. Aarinst Sunday Funerals The Cemetery association met Thursday afternoon in" the city hall. Hostesses; for the .afternoon were Mrs. Elsie Steussy, Mrs. William Thompson and Mrs. PetOr Thompson. Mrs. Ervin Barton, president of the association, presided at the business meeting. A discussion was held regarding Sunday .funerals, it was,:decided-bfe|be,firou'p.that if possMe; 1 f uh'af1tK**' i fn'!St!Ta'?-"Be- --ALGONA UPPER DES M01NES, ALGOtfA, IOWA held on* week days, which would hejp both the minister and the funeral director. The remainder of the afternoon was spent socially and lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the rneeting. The next meeting will be held January 9 with Mrs, George Tiedo, Mrs. Jack Vaughn and Mrs. Harry Von Draska ,-is hostesses. Plflk ChrisfiHSS Pariy Tho Tuesday chifo met Tuesday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Albert Gehrich with Mr; Albert Schipull us the assistant hostess. A paper on "America, Land of the Bible," was written by Mrs. H. E. Pci(,z- ke antf read at the meeting by Miss Florence Hof. At (he busi- ne»! mooting it was decided to hold the annual Christmas party at lihc next meeting. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Paul Beckman with Mrs. Robert Phillips as the assistant hostess. At Cofwith Hiies Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ram'U's attended funeral services Wednesday afternoon for Ronald Trenary, 17 months old son of Mi-, and Mrs. .Earl Trcnary, which were held in the Methodist church in Co'rwith. The baby died Sunday, November 10, in (he hnppitdl in Algona after a short illness. Lt'iherari P. T. A. Meets The Parent-Teacher association of. the Lutheran church met Thursday evening .iri. the church parlors with Mrs. Edwin Harisel- trian and Mrs. LeRcv. Hansel rrian as the hostesses. The business meeting .was held, after which f''ie evening vvas sneht socially. Lunch was served bv the hostesses at the close of the evening. Opens Vtevr Cafe Mrs. Mngeie Zentnei- '•' 'has opened a cafe in her building on main street. ' •••' At Algdna Meelino Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Witten- burp, Mr. and Mrs. William. Ra- mns, Mr. fnd Mrs. Gottlieb Han- selmnn, Mrs. Anna Hanselman and Mrs;. Martha Schneider attended a meeting of the Algona circuit of Lutheran churches in Aleona on Wednesday. Rev. Wittenburg officiated at the meeting. G.uest speaker was the Rev. G. Lobeck, vice president of the Algona circuit. New Band Eouipment The Band Mothers club ^met Tuesday evening in the ; , shpol house with Mrs. Nels .Jensen, Mrs. Clarence Krause andTMrn. William Hedrick. Mrs. Clifford Holmes and Mrs. Herman Schultz were in charge of~,en- terlainmenl. The club is buying a • new snare . drum and cyhYb'als for Tag day was (Held Saturday and the process a,re to be, used .to'byy new uniforms for, band members. "" t* BEw»* ; ' ^«KSS8S^i*w^ ^^^kxEl&_>..i*^-- •'•SH^ff l \ 'VV'^.t^^'''!^^^!!^ 1 ^ -PAGE BffiES Psat Phillips with 15 Following the th'fe aft6rn6bn was sf>erit taridgg. High score; Was received by Mrs. Harry Lidh'.ty arid low score wa's received by •Mrs, Arnold fijelle. Tho next meeting will be held Friday afternoon, Doc. ,fl, at the home of Mrs. Henry Miller. Of Mr. and Mrs; Curtis Morgan. ..Mr. and Mis. Elmer Riohafd- § in, and daiig'htef Ildeiles' Anft of later Were weekend • guests at the home or Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider. Mr. and,,JVJrs. Peter Bergman of Rhinelander, wis.. are visiting at the.ihp.nie of their daughter and soh-ih-la'w Mr, and Mrs. Curtis Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hersbrri a're ^_ _, : _ ,1 j,.,. _.,^ J ..jfe 1J iS,*.faSj£|.A._*<sri^_ J y > i^ v ''iy*\/' * the.4Wents.,of,a,,C,%,:lb.|>aby ei$ born Friday evening, • Nov. 8 a their. H&fffe,. There are two ,oth» ei .tftlimfi a b% aftd d gifl fn' the family. ^ ftfiAO Tfifi WAN? A'DS r *"-iJi!tvP"t^ l *'i*'M." 'SA'Tl'SOK' <a3:*3 f * r ¥*±* i ** «iii Tilling with a Hutidfed Teams of Steel power on the farm means more food ;;; more jobs; ( , f If a farmer bad tbree teams of borses twenty-fiye years ago he was well equipped; Now, with' ovej? two million tractors and thousands of other power producers, most farmers command tjje equivalent of : s : a HUNCHED TEAMS,Wise use of tjiejip power; which can be packed into a few tons, of steel, jg enabling U.S. farmers to keep abreast of unprecedented food requifementfii It is one of the secrete of national pFOgre^Sj- / 5teel bofsepttWw doxw nipr? thin j ., _. ..*... - •• In r-r— .. "C" ' v" •* •» ^ "• • • " , T -^ •- ft ' ,»*,' " t _ Pi and has created* thousands of new jobs for . town and city people who process and sell the increased ^harvests; . The benefits of farming with steel are ' result of teamwork between farmers and iH-J dustry. The farmer knows what be needs; in 1 * dustry knows bow to supply it at a price he can afford. This teamwork must continue if America is 1 to remain a land of abundance; • Fdnners need still more power, The try needs ptilj more food, Uninterrupted inV dustrial production will permit industry to catch up wiiH ttie peni=up weed for more farm power,' . hai printed « booklet STEEL SERVES THE f>jf6ejressive Club Meefs .Tile Progressive club mot Monday evening at the horric of Mrs. Erharl Meyer in Humboldt. Roll call was answered by giving an "Incident in the Life of a Famous Painter." The topic for the evening was "Austria, By the. Beautiful Blue Danube" nhd w6s presented, .by Mrs. Joe Thorn. Mrs. Norman Hesse was welcomed as a new member nt this,, meeting. Mrs. Johnson of Hum-boldt was a guest. A^i LuVefhe Guesls Mrs. Elda Kollmah and children Margaret, Alvitt and Car- rtleli pf Minneapolis, Minn., were weekend giiosts at tho home of her mother Mrs. Martha Schneider. ; The Presbyterian Ladies asso- cldtion met Wednesday after- ndo'h in the city hall with Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe ' a,nd Mrs; Lloyd Jabkson as the hostesses. Mrs. Eli^Bager had charge of the devotional peHod and Mrs. Irvln Chapman gave the missionary les'gori. Mrs. Walter Engel pre- sid^d. at the business meeting. The, remainder of the afternoon was spent sewing for the bazaar and lunch was served by the hostesses at. the close of the a'fternoOn. Mrs. Peter Bergman 6f RhinelaHdor, Wis:, was a guest of the association. Tho next meeting will be held November 26 in the city hall with Mrs. Emmet Knary and Mrs. Lewis Wildin as hostesses, Mrs. Max Meyer spent a few days visiting at the home of her sister Mrs. Conrad Ristau in Ventura. Mrs. Max Meyer and Ferd were dinner guests Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erhart Meyer in Humboldt. Mrs. . Charles Bishcy and daughters of Eagle Grove spent a few days visiting at the home of Kir. and .Mrs. Curtis Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffith of Eag"le Grove were dinner guests Thursday evening at the home #ifa**eWi^^ i: «i of SCHOOL PROPMTY IN TOWNSHIP, KOSSUTH COUM% i ^December 2nd, 1:30 p.m. Starting Jit District Nib. 9 which is located two rhileS aiid one mile north of iriiefiefctid'ti Ffignwat^ N<J.- 169 No. lg. «: « I « I • ! The foliowinfe ds^cribed stoves^ coal, desks, chairs and other equipment. District No. 9— 18'x32' District No. 7— 18'xSd' wiih 6'xl4' dfltry District No. 6— 2ti'x30' District No, l—i8'x30 witk large bell District No. 2— iS'xS^' MRS. 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There Will be smoothness and - steadiness you haven't knbwn before - and putting it ail tb- gether for you d hard-driving production outfit that's stafg- ing a notably successful battle against shortages and slowdowns. If it takes longer to get a Buibk than anyone thought a few months back, it has also proved itself as a whale of a: lot more automobile tKari folks expected! So skip today — give a thought to tbniorrow — and plan afiead for something gbod. Get your money down -on a Buick, availa(jle for future delivery— with br without h ear -to trade. «: ben autcmobiiei are IH.HJ? BUICK will buiW HJS«» wsas K A Ut *. i 'i Phone 80

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