The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 21
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 21

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
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TUESDAY, DEC. 10, Comervatk>ni«t« Election Ae Wesley ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, AlOONA, IOWA . y: 'VAt-Mhe t meeting of the\v(38niiet<Vdtten : '-lea'gue Thursday nftfglu "Roy hKollssch was elettfed : : .p»eiMenti - Clarence Wittf, > Vice '{U'eStaent; 'Oliver yottngr Be'et ( etd*-y'tfi*agtii'eiV J. •' M. KUft^vwasipreisident ..last yeat. THe Meftgae t has ; .*betat ! ' 1 00 ' ttleml- oefsuand'^B ' ; dtterrdfed ithe ' ifig. . . . . Wife, Ex- Algerian, D; es In St. Louis Burti Hvlts^ditH'Stebbllis/ 45, wife , of .RftbeftSSt^bihs, -native of A jg6tta"vWho' < Has ' ninny relatives ; in AthisXAiatea" , • I sdffed ' ! in ? St. Loiiis, 'Mb./'M-d^tly,' MlovMtlg a brief illnfess. Besides i : )Hef M'htifeband islie "is survived ;bjNWo i 'Bons, "Mont.: and Willard, bnd'hfeintrhother . FUnerahSetvieies were Held "in St, LouisM&ndh'bui'inl-' was'irV La- donnn, M<4. ' . ' Seneca Wins, Loses At Buffalo Center Buffalo ••• Center '-'-Was 'ih<S8t"tp Seneca hfgh^Wfe'dnefed'ayi tiightffi last week.:>bUt>'.wasi)'WOt-:-.'«K>tfg}l for the Se«dca. : fi#s{':tesm;JSferteca lost, 31 to''17. i'TheJSeHeca-'teftrh won its isrelifrtihary gfittie,'Vte>w,- ever, 25 to''19. Osborne l Was • high pdint 'tnlari for Seneca'^;flFSt : 'stMng V4th 'Mk points and Ja'cH• Ldo,ft Ib team scoring. ONLY BIG-CAR QUALITY , Chevrolet hos the lowest-priced IIne of passenger cars in its field! Moreover, the new Chevrolet is the only car in its field that,gives• Big-Car beauty, Big-Car -comfort, Big-Gar performance, BIG-CAR QUALITY'AT LOWEST- COST in ^all items 'of purchase price, oper- «tion arid upkeep. Take'If, from any and every standpoint, Big-Car quality—low purchase price—low operating and upkeep costs—all Chevrolet!.;,, liidR co. IHONE200 NORTH ' f DON'T JUST ASK FOR 'lint' •";'.. - • ;; ...ORDER BUOWEISM" With more people asking lor Budweiser * ''. ' "-'--^4,'"- .'»,-*•' •'. , '•'"''; t^han^ever.befQre, You'll never get'your ler'beey'AH you liser, Iff ht^lid's^yitst sity to f supply r*s«if«.'^',-.,-« 'imf^v^ <t..t,Wfvm- BODE PUPILS GIVE TALKS ONRADIO Bode: The radio talks given by three Bode- high School seniors, Alvin Holland, -Bill ''Olson and Betty Schock' .Tuesday Afternoon over the radio station ,KVFD Fort Dtfdge included a 15- minute broadcast sponsored • by the Iowa tuberculosis association. Three 5-minUte talks wcve given. •A new ,-Qtionset' heated garage is being erected to hold 'three rfchool busses. Ardis Benjaffim i has -recovered 'from an auto accident injury in •which she received some painful, bruises. Melvin Brattland and Duane Bothne haVe returned from Minneapolis, where they had been on business, Ernest Olsen and family have returned to their home in Council Bluffs after a "holiday visit at the Olaf Olson'-home. Mrs. George"-Hi Free of'Algona has returned'tanner 1 'home after spending !Thafiksglving • 'at the Walter Thompson -home. Laela Jlanson' > drove • to 'Ames for her nephew ahd"hisvwife,Mr; and Mrs. 'Wallace';Hanson, who are -students at : •• Iowa ; State college. " ,Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Porter have returned to Des Moines 'after! a holiday vacation to the home of her mother Mrs. O. 'P. Espe. .-.Doctor and Mrs. .Ivan Dickson. of. Aurora,'ill./were recent visitors at-'the R< F. Gullerson home. 'Leo and. Sidney Holland have returned from a' 'business trip in Chicago. ; • ' ..' Dick Opheim, senior in Bode high'school and 'back on the 1946 football squad, received honorable mention by the Iowa Daily Press association as back on the all-state team. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Holland entertained eight couples at an evening with cards Monday evening, af ter which refresh- merits were served. Prizes for men's high 1 score went to "Barley Berge, and women's high vvas awarded to Mrs. Harley Berge. Howard Hemmestad received low. : PION YOUTKHAS BAD STREP S THROAT Uni.m:/ Junior Sehenck, son of Mr.' and.'Mrs. Lloyd Schenck, has been at 'home ^since-his Thanks-.' kiving vacation -with a severe siege'of strep 1 throat. He planned to, be able 4o return to < his studies at Coe college this week. M.-D. Meets Dec., 12 r ,,,, -,,-'.,The Union Mothers & Daughters club will meet ThursdpyJ -Dec. 12, with Erma Harvey (east •of Buft) and her mother Anna Zanke will assist her. > 1 Roll call is "Suggestions -for! Christmas; Christmas : Story,; Trudy Kitterman; Christmas, Carols, Marie Bode. Returns From Funeral ' Lester Johnson attended tt funeral, Of his cousin Mrs.. Ben; Kirkhus of. Leland, 111., ' -last week. She was only in her for.-, ties but failed to rally following a stroke. He returned Friday. New Schipull Son 'i-V'MiV'an'd Mrs. Leonard Schipull •arei'; parents of a son : born December 3 at the Kossuth hos- 'ptal:. This is the second child •fgi<: the Schipuls. Mr. Schipul is a.'World War II veteran, entering service September 26, 1942. Mrs. S«hipul is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -Nick-Maharas of< Algonai. .| Mr. and'Mrs. Lou -Robinson spent' last Thursday in ''Fort Dodge. •; This was the : Aid's Christmas party and at this time the ; Secreti Sifters were revealed after quite' some • guessing was done. 'Refreshments were served, i- .Mrs. Trudy Kittermari' of Good Hope was .hostess to the W. S. C. S. : ,at the parsonage last Wednesday afternoon. Devotions were led by -Mrs.-Harley .Troutman. . Mrs.'J.esse''Hohenstein of Am- bpy-,vMii)n.,f«has toeen visiting her rnother4n-law Mrs. Laura Ho- henstein'ahd 'a't her mother's home,' Mrs; 'Cora -Bacon's in Algona. Mrs. A. W. Lindsley and son Terry,r Port' 'Dodge, 'spent 'from last Tuesday till Friday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Louis Bode while flier husband wa's at 'Dennison doing sorne work for the Brady'Transfer Co. SWEEP-EXPERT, K, MANN? ^Minneapolis, w,|ll demonstrate, without Ws « ( »urtHre SWeid?' _ .. low*, IHotel J AIyona,"Wednesday. Dec, )IM). ft«nn4ft Afflf,. to ? P< Af Please tconie'-early i" Previous >eveii I h$v$ s'nicigUzed in' the' field pf Rupture - Shield service, since l|28, Ji haye ; fjttfed thpusands "of «t§es jj^ thff»ppU?4"Si»|es4ww ihls tigie, ^ere fre many of my i^l'^it |p : If neglected, ?MSe weakness, large si ft; Lotts Host Fenton: Rev.' and • Mrs. A. F. Otto, Lotts Creek, were ! hosts' to the monthy j.pastot'al conference', Monday, Dec.--'2. ' 'Present •- were Rev. and Mrs.»'-W.' T.'^Wdlfram, Ventura; Revr- and"«Mrs, 'G; Kupke, Garner; Rev. ..'and -Mrs. : P. Weinhold, WhHtemoref'Rev;''and Mrs. W.' H. . Friedrich, '- Fenton; Rev. and 'Mrs.' L. '-Loesch. ••vAl- 'gona; Rev. and 'Mrs.'.L.!'"E. !> Wit- fenberg, LuVerne: ahd'vRev. F. Reith, Burl; Carolyn 'Friedrich and Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Rehder, Cylinder; were guests. W.S.CXMTALLS OFFICEKS;FENTON Fonton: The regular meeting of the Fenton W. S. C. S. was hold Thursday in connection with a Christmas party;;and ; 'installation of officers'forthe dom- n'lK year. Mrs. Clarence Osbdrri' played a .piano solo, "Silent'Night,"' from the Elude as the opening ''entertainment. Carrie Voigt, president, presided at the ."business meeting. ^Rev.'.'Pruel had charge of'the installation of officers: President, Carrie'Voight; .vice- president, Mrs. F. C.'vPruel; recording 'secretary, -Mrs..-George Jorgeri'sori; corresponding: secretary,'Mrs. Dale weisbrod; treasurer, Mrs. Rex Wolf;. secretary Christian Social relations >and local church activity, Mrs. Fred Newel. . Secretary of Missionary Education!' Mrs. Fred Brown; secretary qf .Spiritual Life, Mrs. John Light; 1 ' chairman of -Status -of Women, Mrs. Jack Tieman; secretary of Student's Work, Mrs. Frank Behne; secretary of Children's Work, Mrs. Ray Kyhl; secretary of Junior Young People's Work, Mrs. Clarence Osborn; secretary of Literature and Publication, Mrs. Lester Wesibrod; and secretary < of supplies, Mrs. Fred Mpr'tehsen. 'Devotions were led by Mrs. F. C! Pruel. Mrs. Alfred Meyers had charge of the progi-am. ."Mrs. ArloiRan- ney gave a reading, VA Christmas City.'V Some very irietrest- ing true stories were told by var- iopus members of their Christmas customs, at home. Taking part in this were Mesdames Clarence Underwood, Tena Newel r Philip Weisbrod, Mary Hansen, ; John Theesfield, Lester WeisbiiOjdB' .John - Light and, ., Ab^pt pO : tmembers were pres-; ent anti the following guests:' Mesdames Ray Priebe, : Fred' Metzger, Roy EJirha'rdt, 'Georgej Jorgens0n-:,Jr., John Theesfield, Lloyd^'Kern and .Ed Sawyer. ed Laabs; : Gorge Johri IWunch, Mary (Meyer;''Oliver Stoeber and .Ray v,. A . , .-. A franiic?;iiie^mnid namei Got BO mad at his car he dould But his wife, She m ''It just needs '66" iet Phillips 66 1 Phillips regulates "66" gasoline to your seasonal driving conditions— that's why you get those quick starts on cold mornings! That's why your car will warm up faster than it does with low volatility gasoline. ' We draw on • our vast reserves of high-test natural gasoline to give you more highly volatile elements in your fuel as the weather gets colder. 'Try 'Phillips 66. See if this "controlled volatility" doesn't give you quicker starts and easier warm-ups in cold weather. Drive'in at^tne next orange-and-black -'66" -sign! for good gezmze.. Phillips 66 Products Are Distributed AS THe-SEASONAL TEMPERATURE GOES POWN...PHILLIPS 66 VOLATILIT/ GOES UP! Harms Oil Company, Harms Super Service Station Herman Waller, Tank Wagon Agent • Gco. Harris, Operator and Manager Phone 74 State and 1 flohes Frankl Phillips Station ( Albert Hagg (FormerlyKlamps) ~,...... (Formerly Johnson's) State and .Tones ~.n ''M . On Highway 18 ••'Ri I \\ 11 iil' IDearGustomer: o came It isaunfottunate the recent transportaition e at the'hei^ht of the GhriistmasiSeason. neapdlis Mail Orderj der customers, to do everythin .regular service on your orders, - ders, -with few exceptidns. ^ywrapping pusing- special truck conveyances-arid other ^methods, ^we '•^rlU' attempt to maintain s our regular >mail order service. *flf it is convenient for you,*place your orders at our nearest ^Retail or Catalog Store. iYou will find the list htiyowrcat- wlog. Special truck «ervice5vwill enable us to ^eljyer all or- Jders promplly td^hese » stores. sing tW*^fm(ife|g«n€ymiid ? iW(iure you ipossible to give you the bestan service, • - • . "'. Yours sincerely, ' ' ? f» ' * , :'.;-^"-' ,', -•';>',,;.''••':7 T ;"i'v?ii'-'«'i3?Sffis H

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