The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1948 · Page 12
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4 <> k'4" l-v. ' f Bi* M6lrt6* fueiday) Jdrtoai-y 23, 1948 Adella Pingel Of Wxotd Bride Of . Oldenburg ola; ^'dv'. 'Fred Darnauer Saturday, Jan. 10, at wedding of Ardclla Cleo Pin- d&ughfitav of'vMr. ,and Mrs, of Springfield 16wnship and Robert Henry Oldt s npur^, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Qlderffjurg of Hebron township ni thp Lutheran' .ghurch in La- ** ""'^^ :«>ftv^ T\/Ti> «nrl Airs. Walter Mr. and nait'mberg of La- kota. Following the ceremony they left for a short trip to the Twin Cities and will be at home February 15 on a farm north of Frost, Minn. Baptismal Services Baptismal services,"\vere held at the Richard Garrett's last week Wednesday evening when their two little sons were baptized with'the Rev. Philip LaBue officiating. The names given were Harlan Richard and Gary. Visited Relatives Rayhiond Christ of Wells, Minn., drove to Lakota, Friday, Jan. 9 for a visit with relatives B.E G o t fi H (( yi FOR YOUR OLD TIRES You'll get a standout bargain when you purchase new B.F.Goodrich Silver- towns for yoAir car. We 11 give you a most liberal trade-in allowance for your old tires on new Silvertowns. IN YOUR NEW TIRES Silvertowns give more mileage because they are built with the broader- faced tread. Silvertowns give more safety because the stronger cord body resists road shocks better. ' EVERY B.F.GOODRICH TIRE CARRIES ft Jic^etitne. PIUS TAX 1.50 DOWN - 1,25 A WEEK PUTS A NEW 6.00-16 TIRE ON YOUR CAR You'll get MORE mileage and safety for your money OK RUBBER WELDERS f hone 308 LESTER DeBOLT 118 N. Thoringfon In SKATING or GASOLINE /7S, PHILLIPS G6 IS g0ff7K0U£& TO GIVE YOU QUICK STARTING AHD EASY WARM-UP! Ever watch one of those marvelous, whirling figure-skaters? That takes control—you bet! And you can be sure it takes plenty of control to produce Phillips 66 Gasoline! You see, we do it by selectively blending the high-quality components so that you get high-quality performance from Phillips 66 Gasoline— every sea-sp« of the year! That "means —those chilly mornings—quick starts and easy warm up! Try Phillips 66 Gasoline and see, at the orange-and- Wack "66" sign! * "VOLATILITY JO OIVS YOU PAST STAKTM and 'last Week Tuesday he took his mother, 'Mr's. August Chfist, home to Wells. Mrs. Christ, the former Victoria • Mabus, has bain visiting her mother, Mrs.William Mabus Jr. and her sisters ahd brothers here for the past month. A Major Operation William Baum, Lakota, and son Clarence and wife of Blue Earth, Minn., drove to Rochester, Wednesday, Jan. 14, where Mr. Baum's daughtei', Mrs. Erwirt Schwictert of Burt underwent a major operation and is in St. Mary's hospital there. Mr. Baiim returned home -Thursday, morning. " . Visits Lester Brothers The Donald Lesters of Ogden, la., spc'nt a week visiting at the Vance Lester and Art Lester homes. Vance and Donald are brothers. At Wirlies Home A family gathering was held at the Wilbur Wirtjes last week Monday evening honoring the birthday of, A. K. Johnson- and besides the* honoree and wife guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hilson,' Oelwein, the Jack Pattens of Brooklyn, the Raymond Johnsons, Lakota, Susie Alderson and Helen Leeback of Forest City. Mesdames Wirtjes Hillson and Patten are daughters of Mr. ahd Mrs. Johnson and Raymond is? their son. Visiting and eats furnished entertainment. ' Lakota Boys 4-H The Lakota boys 4-H dub "met last week 'Monday evening with Robert Walelntinc, the .president Wayne Heetland, presiding. Allen Edwards of Lincoln township gave a talk on the value of different kinds of feed. Forest lyes, the youth assistant, : was present. Arc Dinner Kosls Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley entertained at a 6:30 dinner last week Wednesday evening with the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknccht, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton and,Edward and Emma Gutknecht. . ^ Last week Monday visitors at Ted Wallentino's were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, Swea City, and Edna Holcomb of Ame's. Miss Holcomb is a superintendent of nurses in an Ames hospital. O. J... Rippentrop celebrated a birthday last week Sunday and the children were home for the occasion. Marcus Rippentrop and a friend, Mar.jorie Fear of Des Moines'spent the weekend with Marcus' parents. The Rev. T. J. Loats and family of Lennox, S. D., visited relatives here last week Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. F. F.'Darnauer, Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Bail-- ly ahd brought hbmie ,'068*i Baumann, w,ho .has b'ee'ff Ift'.-t: hospital theve. - "•, •» Mrs. 1. E. Wortmaii ed at a cbffee party f Jan. 10, honoring Mrs. Hamilfbn, who left last Tuesday from l)es Molnds by plahe for Los Angeles, Calif,, " Visit two sisters until spring, Mrs. Raymond Johnson attended a miscellaneous, shower in honor of Mrs, Herbert Beeh- ken, nee Marvella Johnson 'at Ledyard last week Wednesday afternoon. ' , Wilbur Wirtjes, ' Lakota,' and Tommy Long of Lone Rock mo? tored to Des Moines and Tama last week Monday, returning the following Wednesday. Mrs. Jerry Heetland ''attended a meeting of the Farm Bureau woman's committee 1 of Kossuth county at the Burt 'hotel, last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Albert Bofcckel- man of Algona • were visitors at Cliff Buckel's last week Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Asche of South St. Paul spent last weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asche, south of Lakota. " • . Mrs. Richard Zielskc has been at the Mankato hospital the past week undergoing observation.! Joyce, Judy and Hillard Johnson were visitors at Wilbur Wirtjes' last week Tuesday evening 1 whjle their parents attended a meeting at the city hall. An expectant Clear Lake father has a bet up with a married friend that it will be a boy. ,fii i I Q Meet January *-n» 1 .. ' . , ,», ' fhe Bode & ft A, meet in thfe school bail&flfc Monday evening, Jan; 19. Fol* lowing th6 business meeting" a program will be given Under lK% direction' of Miles ttelmett, Al* vifi- Bakken, and Neil Nasby. A A committee of ladies at, the close of the meeting will lunch, Band Mothers News The Band Mothers club, for regular session, Monday evening, Jan. 5. Mrs. Tom Olson, Mrs. Albert Sprlein, Mrs. Alfred Vaag tyere hostesses, It was decided to serve at the four home basketball games, and also serve the county Teachers CoUrt- cil banquet in February, Pro* ceeds are to be Used to purchase kettle drums for the tymjjarti section of the concert band. Meetings of the Band Mothers club are 'held the first Monday of each month, with Mrs. Viola Thompson asi presiding officer. Hostess, Birthday Club Mrs. W. N. Chantland was hostess Friday afternoon to the Birthday club. Fourteen members were present to spend a social afternoon at the hospitable home of Mrs. Chantland. Th,e members do various things at these club meetings. While some do knitting, others sew, mend or do fancy worki The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments by her two daughters-in-law. Mrs. William Chantland, and Mrs. Herbert Chantland, Next ttW frlWWife 2ri<il • *«5Sill«VilH?^* & tito Advertisement From where I sit... / Joe Mars.li he* hbBi laslj'ftefs'day- 'Mrs. t JIWI '>NaW • Had' thlrle" of .her, tc.jilcnea-lifof'nifrr #liir/ \ thf Jhe frNSgr'ilHHndJsh.^ 'chose i§ State's»histdry" ffbhl .-thd 'begin-, fling to thfe- 6'f'eSferiVtime. ..The hostess ieWecr. dainty-' feffeSh- meftts at 'thettidse of the even-' ,ing. - "-*; \"; - : - Mri, /Kenneth t jPIucar '.and daughter .Muriei'-6f B^net-j -Wis,, 1 spent tW6 tld^s- dt the farm home of her bfotheMn*faw 'and §isier,' Mh and-Mrsi^Milford 2eman." > "Mr. and'Mrs. Si, d. Bericland attended, furieral.. services for Mrs. Kate • Berklartd. Mr. Berkland's aunt, •: St. Paul. Ser* 'vices took.. -place in Delevan, Mirth., Monday , afternoon, • with burial in thfe DeleVan cemetery. fit si, . at Whlltemm- Spblfeofs Mft, ana Mfo.tCS: ,:'' The' infant , b'offt January^ at MeCrlery's hospital in ' ' '• , , , autfsfcf Sunday, January' 11, at the Ralph' K6bpen "home were Mr. atoT'Mrt. Mlehael^WIltgen and, s&W item 6f Bodei, Mf.,ahd Mfs.e/X'Wlltgen, Mr. 'and Mrs. John Prairie 4-H Sends $10 To Europe Wesley}' i^.Tho boys'. 4-H, club of Prairie'-township hiet With Norman-'Chambers recently and Voted to'ddnatc* $10'to Eurooe foij garden''seed', 1 ''the main, discus- Plan Bonds For New Engine '•'' fiiihervilte^ftid city, has' called fb'r bids Jan. 28 oh a bond issue, of $2SO,00& to'eoygr airbb&l^coii-' nected with purchase and insfalla- tion of-a new'3240 H.P, Fulton engine. There .will be no dty tajij payment will be solely from light plant revenues. The city •already ,has sudi bonds which are payable .the same way,' and bonds for that, issue were sold td an Esthervillc bank for. only .01 pel. ji-Hi From Sheepskin to Sheep There aren't too many., .college' graduates in our town. Good honest thinking, yes...but most folks went from high school into farming. No harm in that! But I admire veterans like Dick Newcomb ... who's 28, but going to co.llcgc under She G.I. Bill df Rights. Intends t6 b? a sheep farmer—but a better- bifoTniod, more scientific farmer,'' with more know-how! And veterans like Dick nrcn't'Iefc" ling anything interfere. What little relaxation they allow themselvcs.is in the form of needed cxcrcise/cfe, books, or conversation ..and an occa- siomil glass of beer with friends. Seems us if; just by-having their education postponed, they've put a higher value on it.... and on things like temperance (that glass of beer, for instance), understanding, and good citizenship. And from where I sit, when Dick gets his Sheepskin—ho-won't have lost much time. He'll be an even better farmer than his Dad. (Exactly what Dad wanted!) Copyrilflit? I'J'll), United Slates Breviers Foundation Just aas i • • • . • Tappan Deluxe G A S ft AN G ES * '- *" -i > Famous Makes GAS RANGES $11 yso Admiral Table Model Radios 19M m • ^^H • TF Bpr W W l^m mt^F mii Coast-to-Coast Mid-Winter Clean SUITES CHAIRS CHESTS WAS $6.95 mm WAS $16.95 PLATE GLASS MIRROR ' f V. • '..Large size, with neat; smart frame. Clear plate ; glass. "* COFFEE TABLE Walnut coffee table with inlaid type top. Beautiful finish." WAS $19.95 F Neat bronze finish lamps complete with silk shade. NOW WAS UNFINISHED CHESTS CIA Q5- " Sturdily and neatl^coris'lrucled five-draw- «flV«S«* er chesls. • " "* ' WAS $14.95 UNFINISHED CHESTS ' . K Unfinished chests in" il^e four drawer size. WAS $9.85 CRICKET CHAIRS ; f >^ »> lovely little maple chairs with bright colored back and seat, pads. WAS 5-PC. DINETTE SET $79.50 Modern blonde wood lype^-tablo and four patching chairs. WAS $79.95 Walnut finish fable and four matching chairs, ' WAS 5J»C. BEDROOM SUITE i'," CA w ty .50 b ?* piepes, Waterfall Walnwt ' construcjion-^dpubje ' - L -- i vanity ^nd ^pjher matching - "i WAS 2-Pc, Llvlngroom Syite NOW $ 289*50 " V » ? * - ' ~ w g chajr 1NTIR1 STOCK iFiPICTURiS AT ,M PRICE COAST-TO-COAST STORE " vi " MPMW ^f>'. -, y^^Tf.-,' i!' J ; -f, ..-J V*

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