The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 12
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;, '• w r w v *ft f , <" t B w J PAGE FOUR. .ALGONA WttM DttBttlOlNfiS, HEY. JOE/you n LONG AS HE FOR6OT / \ HAS HIS SOUR <_)'( CITY CLUB TURKEY, ., rrrfiiTri OYSTERS- APPLBS-Y/CVO COOKIES . Wi IRING APPLIANCE REPAIRING WIRINC OF ALL KINDS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING PHOHE 2O-2O6WEST STATE ST. / ^4 TURKEY .... about the things you need to prepare your Thanksgiving feast. Our housowares' section is brimming with helpful aids to make it easy for you— and priced for your budget, too. Sei A Fine Table Sl'-Pc. Service i'or Eight Holiday entertaining calls for i'inc dinnenvarc. We've .iusl received several new dc- hisiif. in beautiful American semi-porcelain dinner service. Choose from attractive ail-over designs, smart flor- als, or-distinctive border pat- lerns. Fine quality, selected for uniformity of shape and design. Light ivory color glu/c, even finish. Cut Kitchen Time with a Presto $1235 This (.'hrislinus give Mother ninn: time for relaxation— lime she will save preparing meals with her new "Presto" pressure pan. The whole family will rave about tho iicw-fountl flavor, too, in foods cooked in the Presto. With Home Seal Pressure— li^hl seal—simply close the lid by drawing the two handles together. ALUMINUM SAUCE PAN SET S2.93 3-Pc. Carving Set S6.EO "Must" tools for the host who loves to carve the holiday fowl. Carving knife has a superbly sharp 8-inch stainless steel blade. Large fork and sharpening steel. All have beautiful stag handles. GLASS COFFEE MAKER S3.75 Triiile-coatud enamelwarc. Gift for homemakers! Fani' Strong seamless steel in ous Cory with glass filter rod white with red or black trim, for faster, more efficient fil- pieces in set. tering. LARGE ALUMINUM IROAST- ER S5.45 25c Favorite of many homemak- ITS for roasting fowl. Two- piece oval type aluminum. Itc sure to include several in your Pyrex ware gift set. Pics bake more evenly. 9- inch size. KOHLHAAS HARDWARE LAKOTA GIRL HAS SURGERY ON ARM Lakota: Mrs. George' Heel- land and daughter Mrs. Arils •Nurre came home Sunday, November 10 after a ten-day stay in Mercy hospital in Des Moines, where Arlis underwent surgery on her right arm which was injured in the Mankato tornado last August 17. Some nerves were spliced and the arm was .put in a cast for six weeks, at rthe end of which time they will •again go to the hospital for a check and observation as to result. Auxiliary Adds Members Mrs. I. E. Wortman was hostess to the Legion Auxiliary at •her home last week Monday evening. Mrs. Fred Schroeder was assistant hostess and 19 members were present, with five now names on .the membership. The next meeting will be a Christmas party at Mrs. Mcrvin Ukcna's with Mrs. Andrew Anderson as assistant. At Funeral Services Among out-of-town folks attending the funeral of Mrs. Herman Schroeder last week Mon:lay were Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and Mrs. Ray Camlin of Waterloo; Mrs. Irene Reese, Albert Lea; Henry Schapcr, Mr. •and Mrs. Raymond Scihapcr, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Schapcr and •Mr. and Mrs. Theron Schaper of Brush Creek, Mnin.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schaper, Amboy, .Minn.; the George Leslcrs and C. A. Lester, Woden; Mrs. Olc .Molan and son Ole Jr., Swea City; Mrs. Florence Kluger, Mrs. Anna Young and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stickler, all of Elmorc, Minn., and Mr. and " ' .Mrs. Lester of Austin, Minn. Acorn Club Hostess Mrs. Francis Adams was hostess to the Acorn club Thursday, November 7, with 20 members .present. Mrs. H. H. Murray read a paper on, Iowa, Abiding Place of Plenty, and Mrs. R. L. •Williams talked on the life -of Grant Wood, and displayed some of his paintings. The club will •buy an Iowa flag for the public school. The next meeting will •be at the town hall at 8 o'clock Wednesday, Nov. 20 with the 'husbands as special guests. The social and program committees will be in charge. 'CONFLUENCE OF THE D BEEN DISfOVEREP 130 YttR$ BEFORE. THEY RETURNED TO GREEN AFTER PADDLIN6 THEIR CANOE ALTOGETHER MIRROR MO ACCORDING TO ONE OFlOWA'S DAUGHTERSr *WE JUST MLKE0 MOUND Cheralitr Marias, UOK£P/f/1HE d/ff WAS ONCE/1 FUR TRADER IN 10WA,ANP MARRIED THEP/HJSHTEROFTHE ..... RAISED BY A CITIZEN OF lOWt „ J. FOR EACH HISTORICAL FflCT OR OODITf PERTAINING TO %WH PUBLISHED IN THIS FEATURE - SEW YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THIS PAPER. Two New Arrivals A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Christ at the Buffalo Center hospital, November 7th. A 9-lb. daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Enncn at the Buffalo Center hospital, November 14. This makes three daughters for the Ennens. Mrs. Ronald Heetland and son came home Thursday from the hospital at Buffalo Center; Mrs. A. T. Buckcls was hostess to the knitting club last week Tuesday afternoon with seven 'Women present. Mrs. Lee Olson, south of town, underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital last week and at last reports was recovering. Lakota high school teams won week Tuesday evening: the two victories over Woden last girls won 47-12 and the boys 2319. Mrs. S. A. Handy, St. Paul, and Mrs. Tony W.ibbcri of Montevideo, Minn., were week-end visitors at the Pete Theism •home. • , • Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams entertained Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Kiecke of Cedar Rapids over last weekend. The doctors.jnet while •in the navy. f,'<.;• t ; Mrs. Ray Smith and'two sons drove to Aurelia a week} ago Thursday and visited-until'Sun- day with Mrs. Smith<s?Vinoth:er; Mrs. Dawson. •'.}•!''••' Mr. and Mrs. I. E. .-.\y6rtman drove to Fort Dodge earjy- last week Tuesday mornin'gr^where I. E. served on the Feder^ grand jury- They returned night. Andrew Janscn, mechanic at the TJkdria Implement shop, wont. ' to Mason City last week Friday to consult a specialist. •He gota piece of steel in his eye earlier ; whilc working on a tractor. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson took their baby Roger to the hospital at Fort Dodge last week for observation and treatment and left him there for a few days. He is suffering with a sore mouth and complications. The Misses Emma and Lena Gulknecht drove to Albert Lea Sunday, November 10, and brought 'home Betty Kienitz, who is taking nurses training in a hospital there. Betty visited •with her mother until Sunday, when she was taken to a bus at Blue- Earth for 'the return trip. Visit At Lone Rock Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stauder of Bancroft spent Sunday visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer. His brother, Milton Geitzenauer of Armstrong was a Monday dinner guest there. • > «>.<ftlii PAST MATRONS AT BURT HONORED tiurt: 'Past*Matrons night was observed with ft short program after the meeting of KossUth Chapter No, 201 5. E. S. last Tuesday eVeningr It Consisted of two vocal numbers by Frank and Kenneth Hichards, accompanied by Shirley Lockwood, A humorous skit, containing jokes about the various past matrons and patrons was given by Mrs. Walter Cartipttey, Mrs. C. B. Chipman and MrsT Robert Harvey. Nine past matrons and three past patrons were presented and welcomed by the worthy matron. The'y were each presented with a gift; During -the regular 'meeting the worthy matron, Mrs. G. H. McMullen, gave an interesting report of, the grand chapter meeting in Des Moihes. Lone Rock At Burt Hurt: Tine basketball season will open at Burt next Friday night, with Lone Rock high as the opponent. Both girls and boys teams will-play. H.W. POST DRAY AND TRANSFER STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds ot draying and hauling. LI VESTOCK AUCTION . MtiklMMIMHll ^ l ^ MMHMttMMtalllHMIMIIIIWIIiMHMIW ^^ Thursday, Nov. 21 Garner, Iowa *" ' 1000—CATTLE—1000 Including the followlns: , 400 good quality Montana Hereford steer ana *hClfcr calvcst wt, 300*460 Ibs. ' '-' , • ' '' v (These arc long-haired. Mountain-bred calves,that will be sold by the pound.) • • 300 good quality Montana Hereford,yearling steers. Wt. 600-700 Ibs. , V ' . . ; 100 good quality Montana Hereford yciirllng heifer?, ivl. 600-650 Ibs. > • 50 good Montana Hereford steers, wl. 900 Ibs. 100 good N. Dakota Shorthorn aiid Wj F. feeding cows, wt. 750-900 Ibs. 100 head or more of native steers and heifers weighing from 500 *n 1000 Ibs. All Western cattle arc conslgncdMiere direct from the AuiKCj will be sorted' Uniform-for size-and quality, and sold In lots to suit the purchaser.' Mr. Farmer and Fccdbr At the liresent time all Western replacement cattle and calves arc selling considerably lower than In the past. At these prices they are certain to make money for the man that buys ttlcm. '. Since the Western'run Is almost over you should not fall to attend this Thursday's sale to buy just the cattle you may need from the larg"c selection offered. Garner Sales Co. LINEUP with BEAR Announcing OUR NEW BEAR Tire and Car Savjng Service COMPLETE WHEEL ALINEMENT and BALANCE 5NSPECTION Don't guess—be sure your wheels are not out of line. Be sure your tires are wearing evenly. Be sure you arc driving safely. Just drive in to our new Bear alinement department. Our Bear experts will quickly give your car a complete wheel alinement and balance inspection. \Ve are now completely equipped to make all necessary corrections, With this famous Bear service—we can save your tires, save your money, and perhaps save your life! Just Drive In Now For A "BEAR INSPECTION" MOTORS South Phillips Street (Hi-way 168) Taylor Implement Co. -V 4 ••_'•• Now at Taylor's! 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OUK COMPLETE Set (ID on our > display floor—a complete trailer New Electric Welder Harvey "Redhead" Hammermills Hudson Hog Feeders Tractor Chains

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