The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
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PAGE TWO- -^.ALaOtfA UPPER »ES BURT JUNIORS TO GIVEPIAY.DEC.12 Btirt: The Burt high school nudilorium is to bo the scene of a hilarious evening's entertain- iriont when the juniors present ".Dictator Dad,'" a true American comedy. Jack McMullen has the lead and lives up to his reputation of being as "Richie" says "a dictator." The piny is to foe tfivcn Thursday, December 12, ill 3 p. m.. under the direction of MLss Mildred Elvvood. In the cast are Jack McMullen, Jane Keith, Marilyn Ditsworth, Jim Carman, Kathleen Groon, Eugene Meyer, Beverly Ditsworlh, Harold Rierners, Helen Graham, Kaye Holding, Shirley Lockwood and Lester Steward. James Higgins, 65, Rites At Whittemore Tuesday, Dec. 3rd Whittemore: Funeral services for James Higgins were held Tuesday morning at 9:30 in St. Michael's Catholic church, the Rev. William Veit officiated. James Higgins wus the son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Higgins, born at Petonc, 111, 1881. In 1882 hi.s parents came to Iowa and settled on a farm northwest of here where he ever since resided until he became ill two weeks ago when he was brought to town to the home of his sister Mrs. Agnes Pierce, where he passed away Saturday, Nov. 30. He was never married and lived alone. He is survived by his brothers and sisters, John Higgins of Lulbbock, Tex.; Anna and Jane Higgins, Chicago; Mike Higgins, Mason City; Mrs. Wier, of Bancroft; Timothy Higgins, California; Mrs. Agrie$ Pierce and Mrs. Joseph Sehmitt, Whittemore; Mrs. John Meyers, Emmetsburg. One brother William Higgins preceded him in death. Burial was in the Catholic cemetery and pallbearers were Thomas Ford, John Farrell, Charles G. Kollasch, Frank Eisele. Jame.5 Bisenius, and George S. Elbert. Melyin Roupe of West Bend was a business caller at the Arthus lieidenwith home Thursday evening, A 7'/2-lb. daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kleene at •the McCreery hospital Sunday evening. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer were entertained at pinochle at the Arthur Heidenwith home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roth of Iowa City spent the weekend with his mother Mrs. Sarah Roth. Lloyd is an instructor on the Iowa university campuo. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and family of Depew, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt visited at the Arthur Heidenwiths Sunday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman moved last \vook into the lower apartment of, the Mike Koppen apartment hous°, vacated -by the M. Yoernans.who moved back to Algona. The Neighborly club met at the home of Mrs. Orvillc Hedrick Wednesday afternoon. Cards were played at six tables, Bertha Eberl. Mrs. John Kramer, and Mrs. William Raker wer guests. I Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Harm, 1 Elkader, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hahn and Miss Helen Hahn, Des Moines, spent the weekend at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, . Wednesday evening. -Mi's, Bertha B'ehn- ke, Mrs. Meyer's mother, returned home with them and vyill stay for an extended visit with the. Meyers, Geo. Muller Honored George L. Mueller of Algona was among 11 Bankers Life salesmen who attended a district training schools in Chicago, Dec. 2 through Dec. G. Jhe school was held for new salesmen of the company. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THIS NEWSPAPER REACH OVER 4,100 FAMILIES EACH ISSUE. o Mint fittiiiw Syt*«lt lit P<|Mi f THE QUINTS promptly relieve cough* of 'CHEST GOLDS RUION MUSTEROLE H. W. POST DRAY AM) TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona. la. Pontiac Part,s — Sales — Service Sec us for 1'ojitjac auto repair work. We havn the personnel and equipment to care for your car. New Farm Equipment Wagon Trailers with Timken Bearings, Auto Steering and New 6.50x16 and 6:00x16 Passenger Car Tires. Tractor Chains in All Sizes. Fractional Horse Power Belts and Pulleys. Adjustable Front Wheels for H & M Tractors. Post Hole Diggers, Tractor Mounted. Fertilizer Distributor with Auger—on rubber. Binder Twine. Knife Grinder. Fertilizer Attachments for 2 and 4 Row Horse Drawn and Tractor Planters. 1-Row Power Drive Corn Binder with Bundle Wagon Loader 1-Row Ground Drive Corn Binder With Tractor Hitch. International Harvester No. 30 Hydraulic Manure Loader. Type B 10-inch IHC Feed Grinder Double and Single Unit Milking Machines. Electric Cream Separators. No. 46 Plow Attachment. Farmall II & M Power Take-off Attachments. Electric Pump Jack. 3 Types Hydraulic Manure Loaders. 10-38, 11-38 and 12-36 Tractor Tires, Tubes and Rims. Pneumatic Tractor Seats. Monroe Easy Ride Hydraulic Seats for H & M and F20 Tractors. Horn Hydraulic Seat Snubbers. Tokheim Tractor Cabs for H and M Tractors. H Farmall Starter and Lights. SPECIAL REBUILT MOTORS For International '/a T and Vk T Trucks EXPERT Carburetor Distributor dutch and Magneto Work NEW 4-Section KEWANEE HARROWS With folding draw- bar. 1942 Pontiac Six Streamliner With new seat covers and new 6:50x16 tires. A-l condition. Pontiac PARTS-SALES SERVICE See us for Pontiac auto repair work. We have the personnel and equipment to care for your car and a good supply of genuine Pontiac parts. Algona Implement Co m McCormicfeDeering Farm Machines International Trucks State and Jones OWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Ell^lfll^ ;Tt^§C|||r|fe||;tft4 M^Mi&^ai^ifi.&lttABi^MlfS ii SCATTER RUGS AS LOW AS $2.25 Select those gay little throw rugs ,that add so much color to a room—for but a fraction of their usual price! Both chenilles and rag'rugs offer- —• cd. in this group. • At Bargain Prices! S* r -.-:':.1 JUICE*0-MAT JUICERS WERE $3.95 $2.95 a.B a gift—It's an item that Is useful eyery'day of the week In anyone's h,ome. orange juice In a jtffy-rrs^iteezes other fruits af well. Manual."• ly operated, You save $1.00! INFRA-RED HEAT LAMPS WERE $4.35 $3.25 Units that cpme complete with bulb— • can be used anywhere. — mpye them about at will and plus In to any socket. Throws gentle Infra-red heat for those aches and pain* You save $1.1.0! Radios At Reduced IMPERIAL COMBINATION RAWO-PHONOGRAPH IMPERIAL TABLE RADIO, 61UBE DEWALD TABLE RADIO, 5-TUBE BARADi;, WITH GLASS AND DECANTER SET WAS $80.35 : WAS $38.85 ' " •• WAS $32.85> WAS $39.45 NOW NOW NOW NOW $74.95 $33.75 $28.95 $32.50 HEATERS AS LOW AS . This special group of space Centers includes Arvin Kvcrhot and other woll- known makes. It's a chance to get one lor your own home—and to HOT PLATES WERE $16.25 $12 Electric Hot Plates make a mighty welcome gift—especially these with double burners. They comje complete with cord, all ready to use. You save $4.25. STEP-LADDER WERE $9.65 $6.95 Handy as a kitchen stool, or a. stool anywhere—and the ladder folds out for instant use in reaching high shelves, etc. - Made durably of- lightweight aluminum. You save $2.70. — f 'S STEP-ON WASTE CANS WERE $3.95 s2.25 Trim, white enamel cans that open when you press the lever with your toe. Handsomely finished, and a nice item for the kitchen. You save $1.70. FLUORESCENT FIXTURES WERE $9,95 $6.95 As easy to' jnstaU as » Iteht b»lb . . . just plug this fixture in to yo.u.r present socket and have clear fluorescent light TISBIk immediately. Complete with bulbs. You save $3,00. r-/''|T>1'T CLOTHES DRIERS WERE $3.95 $2.95 A tricky little metal clothes drier that folds up into nothing at all when not In use, and extends out to take pare of drying lingerie, hosiery, etc, You save $1,00. All-Steel Auto Trailers, Were $69.95, Now $49 . m,

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