The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 26, 1946 · Page 17
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Third Section ;ONSO. PHILLIPS ftPENS TO PUBLIC « . : of the new , Percival Motors building 'On South Phillips St. will take I place Saturday, Nov. 30, * • Preparations are being made 'for welcoming visitors at the new structure with hot coffee and hanVburger, sandwiches, aU during .the day and in the evening, as a special treat. The PerclVal Motors arc distributors for Dodge and Plym. outh cars. / Building 120x60 Ft. The new structure is 120 feet by 60 feet, with the larger di• menslons facihg on Phillips St. It is of hollow tile and steel construction, with a spacious office and ample working facilities and space in the garage proper. A^special paint room divided by & partition from the" remainder ° f jthe garage is another feature. The office is plastered with u cement finish and nicely arranged with car display room and a parts department adjacent. An oil-burning steam heating system, using pbwer .blowers for distribution of 'hot air, is the basic heating element. , Asher Motor Associate .., Clayton Percival, owner of the firm, is a native of Iowa. He was 'born near Spirit Lake some 38 years ago, making him one pf the youngest of the car i dealers in this area. However. iis experience in the automobile >usiness dates back a good manv years. ' ..*> After graduation from Spirit Lake 'high school he attended Es- tnerville Junior college and during this time he worked part time in an Estherville garage Completing his . junior •- college cours6 he went to work" for Asher Motors at , Spencer, and was there • eight years. . •'-.. He came to Algona in 1930 v as distributor for Dodge, and Plymouth, as an associate dealer with Asher Motors. >,...'.».; -Married, 2 Children a.month.;or^o:' ago; the • X as Wpated ; in 'a garage on Nebraska street; ' near South Dodge. .-..•<"••..• >'..", !.;:-'-''•'• /••. MOTORS OI^IN6liirSATUROAY Lakotans Bag Deer on North Minnesota Trip Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. A. T Buckels accompanied thei daughter (Esther) and husband Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" Zimmer man of Iowa City to Thief Rive Falls, Minn., Friday, Novembe 15, where they visited the Gisl Andersons. Mrs. Anderson is an other daughter of Mr. and Mrs Buckels. The inspiration for 'thl trip was deer hunting, and thej arrived home Thursday with nice deer and, had a nice Visi too. One-half of the deer wen dome with the Zimmermans ant the Buckels divided their half With the son Cliff Buckels and also gave many friend.s a treat. Mrs. Will Kienitz and two . .— , »ria The Leo Kienitz family are former Lakota : residents when Leo was employed in the W. E. Gut- cnecht store. Everett, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs, Lauren Thompson, has foeen discharged after serving 18 months in the army. Dennis Murray, student at owa State spent last week-end with; his parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray. Eugene Olson is spending' a ten-day furlough. with his parents, the Lee Olson, and expects to go to Japan soon. Judith Schroeder, Bob Anderson and Marcus Rippentrop, Des Moines, spent last week-end with, their respective parents. Mrs. George Heetland underwent a major operation at the 'Mr; Percival is married and the father of two children. His wife is also an Iowa girl, coming from Royal, la.; She assists her husband, when, time permits, with office work and ibookkeen- mg. The two children are Robert age 4, and Linda, age 2. Complete details of the opening .will be found elsewhere in this section) where Percival Motors have taken two pages .to -invite the public: tp inspect the new; building and 'enjoy the firm's hospitality, M; 7, . Buffalo Center hospital last week and is recovering satisfactorily, Mrs. Marie Ebert entertained tho Lutheran Missionary society at.her home last week Wednesday afternoon and the offering amounted to about $7,00. The M. H. Winter family of Mason City spent November 16 to 18 visiting the Ernest Wort- mans, the Jerry Heetlands and Mrs. C. A. Winter homes. Mrs, Orpha Keir of Minneapolis, Minn., visited her sister Mrs. Milt Pringle recently. The Kerrs operated a bakery in Elmore, Minn., many years but are now. managing a suburban store in Minneapolis. Emma Gutkneeht and Mrs. DeUa Smith entertained their bridge club at Miss Gutknecht's last week Tuesday evening. On the same evening the other bridge club enjoyed a dinner ? arty ! e ™ ed to the highs by the lows ajt Mrs. Raymond. Smith's. LONE ROCK TEAMS DROP OPENERS IN AYRSHIRE TILTS Lone .-Rock: Although the -.one Rock basketball teams were the losers of both games layed 'against Ayrshire, Tues- ay evening they; were support- d by the following from Lone ^ock: Mrs. Ornie Behrends, ATS. Lawrence Newbrough, Mrs. Idon Marlow and'Children, Mrs. dw. Blanchard, the A. A. Krue- er family, the E. M. Jensen amily, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierstedt, Mrs. - Calvin Householder The superintendent', at Ayrshire and also music teacher were former teachers here.. Rev. Whitehouse of Fonda, former minister here, was also present at the game. , , ; Meeta Old Buddies Word-was-received Saturday frorri Gordon-! Ohm, .eldest son pf Mr. and Mrs, Edw. Ohm that he had met up with the first two boys he knew 'before entering service a week before Armistice Day. He has been overseas two years now and never ran across anyone he knew before. The boys were fellow classmates in Fenton school, Gerry Jentz and Eldm Brown, the. latter a classmate three years in high school. Gordon is working in a rest camp near Yokohama. Birthday Surprise at 79 A surprise party was held Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Edw. Zunkel's 79th birthday at her home. The following worn' en helped surprise her: Mr* Wm. Fisdher, Mrs. Lillian Worth* ington, Mrs. W. C. Heiter, Mri& C. E. Householder, Mrs. Jo6 Lynch, Mrs. Delmar Angus of Burt, Mrs. Fred Flaig, Mrs. Alek Krueger, Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mrs. Edw. Blanch'ard, Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, Mrs. Geo. Long, Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and Mrs. Jim Long, At Swea City Parly Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen atteded a birthday party in honor of Madonna Doocy's 12th birthday at the home of her parents,'Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy of near Swea City Sunday night. Jther guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Sig Oleson and family and Vir. and Mrs. Leo Larnpe and family of JRolfe Mr. and Mrs. Nick Doocy and family of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Claussen and family of Swea City and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Jensen of Seneca; Guests at Birthday Tuesday evening guests at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig in honor of their daughter Marlys' fourth birthday were Mr. and Mrs. "John Schallin, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Buss and "James; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettch'er. , - Little Boy is Three . A birthday party in honor of Jamey Joe Jensen> third birthday was given 'by his mother Tuesday afternoon with the following guests present: Mrs.- Dean Jcrgenson and Douglas of *A1- ?ona, Mrs. Orviile Deardorff and Laura Jane of Yale, Mrs. L. <mgma and Paul, Mrs. Beulah' Montgomery and Susan,V Mrs; Donald Christenson and Jarie El- .len, Mrs. Laurence, Rath and John, Mrs. Wm. Knoll and Donna. bonate $50 to Fund •The Ladies Mite society met at the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and Mrs. Alex Krueger as hostesses. There were around 23 members and eight guests present. There was $50 donated to the restoration fund from the Ladies Mite society. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Wm. Knoll with pot luck lunch Dec . 5. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Girl for Hammersiroms Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom are the parents of a fine baby girl weighing 6 Ibs. 3 ozs. which was born at the Burt hospital Tuesday, Nov. 19. She was named Judy Diane. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Sig Oleson of Rolfe spent Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Dave and visiting Lynch. Mrs. Leonard Warner Beverly of Burt and Mrs. erine Wolfe visited Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow. My-Oh-My! if K. D. James Has This Big Stock Of Gifts, That's Where I'm Going To Do My Christmas Shopping! THE STORE OF 1,000 AND 1 GIFTS! night,;,, |jy(!!js ypu these big benefits: acfeferf protection when your engine starts up added protection from wear that .leads to , .. •••••. - •,:;;; %• .-; i: MMie, by ipQj?c«laR ^ttr iftt in Conocoliw motP jg^j«2-^-±i-il^l_AJ±i!iSlM|fc;:i^^ .Jjj ^^~'^^y^-Vtf5VjrAvVt:.&TV^v : -.-''.' ^^'^^'"^~.Y'''%^>y3T ; ' : : fJ^MBIK!™I^PRSf?SSSHSHHBB ,CV™fI v : K •^;ii^-"j y - a yj"^^ 3 ^^i.lEl?H'aa»7 l i^g«lJi•' M Luclen Lelong Tic-Ta,c-To Lipsticks Old South Bath Bon Boils , Evening in Paris Cosmetic Sets Altar of Petals (a smart dresser set) ;-l)uBarry' Leather Cosmetic Bags and Sets Lenlheric and Jtvvlon Cosmetic Sets California Cermaic Vnses and Trays Heisey CUnss Goblets and Plates Sharp's Jlandcut Goblets and Plates Xew Chatelaine Costume Jewelry Helena Jtuhinstcin Cologne and Compacts Smart JS r ew BTctul Dresser Sets "M(!in" Men's Toiletries Sets "Cargo" Men's Toiletries Sets "Coiirtlej" Men's Toiletries Sets "Stag" Men's Toiletries Set* Poker Chips Lighters . 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