The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1948 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 27, 1948
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-*" :»-• *"' > .''•-';*' >'$'••. V* - • ? AlfldHa Uppef Bes Moines Tuesday, January, 27, Ledyard, Lirteofn Twp. Folks Hear Report By W. Keith Lakqta—-Ledyard and Lincoln township Farm Bm'eaus held a joint meeting at the city hall last week Wednesday evening with abbut' 60 men and women attending. Jerry Heetland, Ledyard township- president, called ' the meeting, to order and after the singing of America by the group, introduced Wayne Keith who gave a very interesting and instructive^talk on his trip to Europe and showed some pictures he, took while in England, Prance Belgium, Holland and devastatec Germany. Owen Hurt, Kossuth's organization director, reported Lincoln township' had 86 members and Ledyard 81. He also put on an informal Farm Bureau quiz, dividing the crowd into two groups, men and women, to answer the 45 questions and the women answered first, 26 and the men 17. It was decided to carry on the meetings but plans .are not definite. Lunch was, served. Mrs. Lfgier Mrs. Art Lester was hostess to the Methodist W. S. C. S. af hei htame last week Wednesday, aftpiS noon and was assisted' by ,hei daughter Mi's*. Arbnd Harts. Mrs Edward Hagge, vic6 -- president', was in charge of meeting, Mrs". J. W. Cook was app6inted as secretary of supply work: Mrs...Orville Koppen Had' fcnarge, of Ai Bfbiherhood Meeting • Edward Haggc, Orville Koppen, LauVen Thompson and J. H. Warburton drove to Buffalo Center last week Monday evening to attend; the Forest City sub-district Brotherhood meeting. The February meeting will be ladies night at Lake'Mills. FIGUEROA BALLROOAA LIVERMORE, IOWA THURSDAY, JAN. 29 JUG BROWN THURSDAY, FEB. 5 AMBY MEYERS » i*iv. j.».«j^jj^»ii iiuv.t \,ttai.gc \JL. \4CVU tions and lesson. Mesdames Richard Garrett .and ; GeYi'e Garre'tt were guests. A ,lunch of saiid* wiches, pickles,:; home-made ,ice cream, cake and coffee Was served. Mrs. John Heetland came hoitie' Jan. 15 from Hudson', Wis., where she had been visiting her daughter and family, th6 Sandburgs. Mrs. Sandberg and son Larry accompanied her home. Jeanette Knutson, local beauty operator, and Maxirie Patterson of Rake drove to' Algona last week Tuesday to. attend the district meeting of the National Hairdressing and Cosmetologists Association. Gene Garrett purchased the J H. Warburton lot in the; northeast part of town ,last week and twill move a house from i'the;, AJ.'C. Schissel farm northwest olfrtpwn on the lot and remodel'i'f for their home. , . •;•, •' Mrs. Jerry Heetland • and '!$rs. Ronald Heetland drove to Algpna last week Wednesday for ('the liometnakers lesson '-given''by Alma Schultz to a' group of women on Legal .Rights of-Married Women. ' • • .[• • Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley left',-last week Tuesday afternoon on,, the first part of their trip to Florida, stopping at Boone that night with their daughter and family • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buckets and Steve, and then south toward 'lorida where they will make an indefinite stay with Mrs. Ley's mother Mrs. Opal Wheeler at St Petersburg and With oth%r Mft tiVes at other points. It's 6 goot ' ' ' . time t'o ' g6 south' to estfapte ou\ . LSsf v^eek Ttie'sday visitors with the Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Buschmann were Mt-i and Mrs. James Greenfield of Forrestin, 111, .Mf. and Mrs.' Frank -Meyer of w&lev visit' cVerice Ed- \vaVds' last week Wednesday. •Mrs. HilmeV Hansbn Dv - aS host- egs t'o tfte Lutherari Missjdhary Society la^t week Wednesday afternoon. Lowell Wirtjes was sick several days last week With bronchial trouble and James Darnauer wag out of school two days last week with the same trouble. Off osen Folks Helped Celebrate ii r 1 c 8 i i Home r or dale! Bungalow at 813 S. Jerome. Living room, 3 bedrooms, bath and kitchen. Ample closets and 'built-in'Cup- boards, oak floors, insulated, redecorated, fine recreation room in basement. Owner moving away and dislikes I'o leave this new warm home, $9,250.00. SEE JOEL M. HER'BST , —Mr. and Mrs. Martin jCinseth of, Bradgate held open house in their home Thursday, lanuary 8th, on' their, 60th wed- ling anniversary. .A short pro- frarh was given. Rev. Jordahl of 3ode gave a nice talk for them. •Irs. Clara Aga, a niece of Mr. iri'd Mrs. Kinseth,. gave a toast md their granddaughter Mrs. Robert Naeve of R'olfe gave two readings, Mrs. Robert , Naeve {toured and Mrs. Clarence. Kinseth aiVd J -:Mi&< Roy Kinsbth 1 ' of Fort .Bodge, served .the ,table. • Those ;pi-esent 'for" the occasion were, Mr .and Mrs. .Dori Hunt of Cedar Rapids; Mr. arid 'Mrs. Roy Kinseth'-'-and son Terry of Fort Dodge; Mrs. Clara Aga, Madison, S. D;.; Mi's. Rachel Floen, Omaha, Neb-; Mrs. Max UlrJchi'and son, Mrs, Melvina Bergum off Dakota City; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kin- Seth, .of Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, Richard and Jerry.'.Mr. and-Mrs. M. O., Kinseth, Jr., : and Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Hau£ and Carie Mae all of Ottosen;. Mr. and-Mrs. James Barber and familyof West Bend; and Mr. and Mrs, Robert Naeve of Rolfe. A host'of friends and neighbors called on the. couple both afternoon and evening. A'good time was had. by'all and all departed wishing Mr. and Mrs. Kinseth many more years- of happy wedded'life. she and her husband took to Mexico; tap d'ance By the B gate" group; and high schttbl Otlosen P.T.A. Met The 'P.T.A. met Wednesday evening, in the high school auditorium. The -following program was given by the Ladies Rural Club: , , i .. Music by the high school girls sextette; harmonica solo by Haldor Dale;(tap dance by a Bradgate group: Readings by Mrs. Ralph Rich- ards;'saxaphone solo by Juanita Selyig of Bode; talk by Mrs. Dorweiler of West Bend on a trip ekr*, To 1 close the profrhtft Di*. * weiler showedi pictures tSke,rr<crT their trip to Mexico. ' - - ' The program committee for the February meeting will, be" this Progressive club. The jreffesh'- ment committee is Mi's. Lester Mfehrspartn, Mrs. -Marie Fiiff/'Mrs'. BuVl Saltzman, Mrs, James 'Jbhn- son, Mrs. Lain-el Worsted,' Mrfc. R. FV Knutson? Mrs. John J3ahl and Mrs, Bulgren, Luiherah Aid 'Installs ' ' .The Lutheran Ladled Aid met Wednesday afternoon . , . in the church parlors with Mrs, Jeris Bjerg and Mrs. Clifford Lander as hostesses. .Installation 6f of- 'icers was held with the follow- ng ladies taking office that' day: President,'. Mrs. Rasmus Olson; vied president, .Mrs. Peter Movick, secretary, Mrs. .Jakte Ryg, and Measurer, Mrs. Jens Bjerg. Mrs. Melvin Ellingson gave the lesson. During the business meeting secretary and treasurer reports for Jh'e' past year were given and nccepled. The programs for the new year wore distributed. The next meeting will Be February :th with Margaret Holt and Mrs. vlerle.Holt as hostesses. Co Sponsor a Show The American Legion Auxili- ry of Post No. 535 met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Oliver Kinseth"'wilh 16":ffierribers attending aftd siix'. guests. *, Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, vice' president, acted in the absence of the president. This organization is sponsoring aYi "Opportunity ' Show" to be held in the school house on March 10 and 11. It was also voted to give ten cents per member toward the March of Dimes. Miss Glara Sus of Graettinger, district president, was present at this meeting and gave a very interesting talk. Following 'the close of the meeting Mrs, M. O. Kinseth, Jr., gave the lesson on "Legislation." i _ Progressive Club The Progressive Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Egon Kjeer with seven members answering roll call. There was no special business decided on at this meeting. It was announced that the club was to have the "February P.T.A. program. Mrs. Herman Kramer read from the General Federation Magazine and Mrs. A. E. Helland gave ' the lesson. Guests" were Mrs. Cornelia Siefkin and Mrs. Ben Dirks of Gilmore City and Mrs. Olvin Haug. * • Music Mothers Meet . The Music Mother's Club met last Monday evening for their regular business meeting. Mrs. Archie Struthers, music instructor in the high school, was pres- ent and talk,, . , , ,, . t\ "Mb feouglei entertalnM r a this 'pliSfc Weell 1 itj v tMt. ) Ar Tuesday, January 27, 1948 COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Algona, Iowa r^ HOT WATER FOR W£RY USE Hot water—and plenty of it •—is a daily convenience you needn't do without. With a "Pyrofax" gas-operated water heater, you are assured of a constant supply of hot water for baths, dishes, and laundry. Automatic washing machines, particularly, require a plentiful supply ^^* of really hot water Gl^ to do a sparkling m* clean wash— -for {J the hotter the water SUPERIOR the whiter the wash. Dependable, economical "Pyrofax" gas-operated water heaters are made in sizes suitable for every family — large or small; Come in, phone, or writ* for full details—up obligation, of course. - . - - , BOTTLED GAS SERVICE " We Are'Distributors and Dealers for PYROFAX BOTTLED GA$ Service Anywhere in Kossuth County Your Floors Covered" -to Your Order With Armstrong's Imagine! Beautiful, new kitchen walls in just a few haw si This wonderfMl, flexible baited enamel wall covering with its handsome raised tile effect gives you the utmost in kitchen beauty dud serviceability I Its smooth; lustrous surface resists dirt, grease, scratches; wipes clean with a swish of a damp cloth. Weal for kitchen, barroom, bedroom, playroom^- rt>/i*r*V*r you want a decorative, durable, easy-to-clean wall! See the new Congowall colors now I WHAT DOES YOUR HOME NEED? Decorating? Wallpaper? Floor Coverfnes? ASK ABOUT OUR PAY PUNS . in antl t«ljk it ever with ys. W til lymj* needed imprpvements together and, ri#jffar Hi* vyhol* fefc in essy monthly payments. Ho down payment necessary. 271 Alfred , Lemke. _ Oi^iri nau s/ Keith CJ6bper. Hollis Gbo^er, and Ei-rtest Enocksoft JVere guests. Winners at 500 we're Mfs*. Oscar Oppodahl and Alfred Lerhke. Consolation winners were Erftest Ehocksori fl~n"d Mfs. Hollis Cobp'ef. Alfred Lemke, .took ,,K6ftie the travel m'ize tob. Also Thursday e'Ve'ni'rig Mr. and Mrs. .Roy .Telford c&fertfiftied. friends irt their horVie at a *" ,-v- -"* .X t* A ** r v "^-i- i "* i ^J ( ** f ./-- ^i 1 i& c /i * •? i'' ^ ' "i 5 ( i /^ '* i? *• it 'f •^^.-"^ A*^ ? - ^i" J S' t( "'-J He 1 '9 ., .j-* tf* jU 4'-V!s' j *f y 1 B ' <-»r , , 15 • •«• ''-,/,.'"''? "-J-V-*, r?^.f«,-i«s ^V.A .,">!, 7 f ,,s. ',*•» ,. ^< *»,,-"',-,?.< " ."Vll * i v" - :-;v < ,'- *-s - •••; ::;-r^,v ^^vr^v.;^n,.- ' - ", - *• ' - > . • - - 'I s ' 'V "* v ' ' : ' " • LZ& ^ O'eleefi'Jijffiet, \fn§ Merilttg Was* w&f e,Sunday.dilrfrf gtttttfl '«| tfeJilMs $& W^'lli^EF $* V -spe-flt playing 86fc' At this ctiti? CleliiHeia'fi heWtt WW^^ teijHsIr werlT glVett,ti lilfle* diffef- Mi'ahd'Mrs..OnVer,KmS6tlillt' 'MLIftefflb8lI'ej[lIe¥a M tnS Hbftit- * 8nuy>' AMSpto nfalifft^ bid-, bf tet\$f& tHe'JFf'ed Flemm1hf=ft[n^ jtjfOTti|OTri^lfc£ SntLEddie OKoj llLGj v «t tllC HI SO m -BaSkel-wsS .... r ., anydiie m&klng 4 ah eight bid had, the right to take,any pfisie from anyone already Having one.« Attending .this" affair were SK fc ,« i 13 I w»»*w KI1J.UA1. VV CJ. C afid Mrs;, Eugene, Hofitis, Mi*, . , , . ahd Mrs r Mike Coyle, Mr „ and Mrs. John Coyle, Mr. and Mrs. Mak Clark artd son Mickey, Mr. and Mr§. Edward Zinnel and' family, Mr, and Mrs. Martin AMyer and fftffiily, . and Mt-. and Mrs. Herman Poddh. • Mr, and Mrs. M. .O. kinsetli te'flyfio'H. tr birthday ""SuBSay. a"O"if77ho1Sf3' m the gl'odp'heS^te('Mf jl 6n a d>Mrs, kefjftit-FoWlef'at^] ^RaSmtisprt - eeMfat<|*hJ5ft taMetf^r T6wfism0^C6ft1n1itte8f|' i,»s 7 t?.afi.t J"*.** »i. tkJkAt, tt^V&Ji _iTj 'StZto^S Ti*_r. 4*i«i* *^ J ..f. 1I . «..M^ > i-.W i^-£* , . ftoklM 6f West fifertd jif and^-Mf's; Tdm Ofsori 6f ii uuoi - 4 A Suh€ay dinner guests'fit the 1 Harold Suhdet home ^wer.r **" -i-1 -!•!(#„,_ A 1J*_ 1 ¥ i^iftT^* aftd - ehildren, Alfred, v arid' leilUCU'v « xuwiiajii|j ^yiiiiinttcu^ •m^etlhifdi 1 the 1 Farm BureM'Irf-; MOftboldl oft.Satur'dfly, tj • /, ",.Mf/'aftd fcs. Ed^aFd w 2irine|- artd-Leslie 1 afid Mrg] ftoy.Telfofd iil l , .. ±, «-* _.„ i *"* ,,,-Jt ^-*_. ^ J*! fJii^T **» _ _1 i.A' f .. ana-ijesne ana mrs ( noy 4 leitora Were" Fort Dddge call^fs wedrtes- . Mfrand Mrs. Melvl^ .tM&etft and Karen of West Bend were' Suntiay dinner guests at thfe H6rrie of Mrs. Annff Lohgseth. <•' JUST DECEIVED! 0*0*0* Whymt EXTRA molwing from • 4 Westinghouse Corox Burners/ Pas* Speed tlhits. • Full Size, Westinghouse Engineered, Oven. • Complete Broiler Unit. . UtHify'Apiplraftc6 Plug; Light Unit Over Top. . Hi-bdked DuLux Enamel Finish. S A PRODUCT GENUINE FORD ACCESSORIES ,,*• Knrtlo • Hontci* and Defrost> er •' Spotlight • Bumper Giuirds • IVIndsliioM • Utility Lites While It Lns<s! Limited Supply Alcohol' Base L ELECTRIC APPUAHCK "Service Behind Every Sale" ,f i , Phtfne 1075 . ^' -Allgona, la. t *• > 11 i... ** i -FREEZE YOU GET COMFORT SMARTNESS SAFETY MOT(5R CO. HaVfrig said my farm, I will hold a closing out sale dt th6 farm located | mile South, 1 eastj £ South of Whittempre on »» ') • ' TUESDAY, FEB. 3rd Sale will start at 1 o'clock Head of Livestock 18 8 Head of Milch Cows 8 2 Reds '^ t~ 5 Holsteiris . ' 2 Springing keifers 8— C&L VES—8 1 WORK TEAM OF HORSES , •: 1 Roan FARM MA im^m* I jit $i5« j? ' ' ' . Oliver ?rt .tnictor and eultlrntori ^ectlon aragfi l^.-^hii H^rt djs^;0 frtoft, pUU SO-ff. JoJui Peere erHfij. ef&vutor, eoinplete,; speed f»oH? 8.(tt l»eer!»p: liimlerj Jolm p^ere cftpX\P l '"Uor wwl plutosi I0.ff f J$e*Vtjbrf&g disc? Wc'iJ), mower, 0-n, Xo.-7i 5«rn Ifetirlng mower? WnW^oTrffti^Jaji^errWIii sfde ifeHveryi fmiid (sorii- sU<3jlor; H'Jiu Jolm J)ewp tr&Qttt^jilciivf linyrucH! i wiigQi^i'iUHl 1 lioxos; Johu t)eei;p eiirfgnfe .tseeder; ^»row li«r(je«4('H^'n,,CHltlvfttoi > j sjjjijg"J(5«ro^ J.ojltn\ire*tP,;^B31|YatoKj' ?«»ff», rltHk. hiind Mc»Jl, wimlrowen' '36 Ford V«8, 3<'il(jri$f'.*3 w^eelefl trSHen t'JiBT»ipfon er, ne>V; prcssnre sprayon 3 round steel self feeders; Jiof,- Jroiife'h; forHsi .[ sboy^lsi |u\nie.-, ^, t ,»^ t stock saddle} posts; feiice; chicken feeders} MontgoiMerj 8fl(^J|) t preairt iijfw&wii MflM p»U«J stools id. <?rPftirt*crti!S; p5»gsl f s« | " i warreli 8^»{j8li oil baweli jjHrfleU j* 1 "-"-* *-*"• i»i«~««- ~«--••' A--— —•, i$t t'4nt ifettiofi 4 fo$e J«»y slings5 8 wooden slfugsi g wire* carts j -g litf, f | baskets. 800 . ? , g mlng lifg , y? or 1 f v ..;^I>l^| le ^^^ l!t% ^fT^! si* i ¥ - v»^ A-*n«;

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