The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1948 · Page 19
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'/ .'• ^luatjaiavmjreL ine <past several • Weeks. The Jdhtt Lenertz family has moved from near Irvingtoh to-the farm-north 6f St. Joe«va» ...Med .by the McCoys. fid' •ttyftd .JFridere's family from a McGuire farm to a • farm south'', west of Algona which they have purchased. Sill McGuires to the farm .vacated by the Isidores. ** 1 ^? n , MeGuires will move to- rf McGuire farm • near Wesley va^ ' cated by Mrs. Cecelia BefgW. Mrs. Berger recently had a farm ,. sale and moved to Whittemofie ' *h er t/r s ll 0 P llr . chase d a home. The Math. Erdmans to a McGuire farm' ( near Whlttemore. \ This farm was vacated bV Harry ' Thill, who moved to a farm he purchased ndrth of Algona. Clarence Fridcres- family' from the ' £9 6 ti, J % te , farmV to a farm near ,West jBerid, . Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cape-dills' t6 the farm vacated by' .by . moved to f St. Jde oh' the :fhfs- flnrf w&s lyln. Cabers, whb faTm Between Burt Ra . to the fa>m purchased by 's -.uncles l*eter and Henry south 'of St. Joe. This s .vacated • by , the Wood ,; who - ftlbved -t6', a farm ft«tf? Whltteriiftr-e that they pin- Mr, 4na Mw. -diMrte .rf'Mdfrtt sotfth 6f St J6e'on Highly '1 60. Mr, and wrs/.'Norbert Th'ilges have mov ed-td the Louis .Schmit. farm. .Mr Schmit pldns t,6 rrtove' to Wes Bend. Mr. aria,',' Mrs. Wilfred Becker to the' .farm' vafcated by ,the Ray Mullers. ' They wil move-tb a farm near" Wesley. Mr arid "Mrs, Alfred Kohlhaas to his ancle Frank Hubert's- farm, near fofwitn. The Clarence Thilge family will move to the Kuhl- rrtanh farm from the Ralph Reding farm.- The Paul Behouneks from a fa'rm near Pocahontas tb the farm .southeast of St, J6e~Va- ca'ted by the "Maurice Smiths. This farm was • .purchased by Paul s father, Louis Behdunek. The Smiths moved to the, farm vacated" by the Madsens north of Liyermore. Delmer ' Plathe moved from near Rodman to the Charles Plathe farm. Suppliers of 00% of the precision hear-In* teat-Instrument* in A'merlc*. Mrs. fteffr £0*, Mrs. Jerry Gal- Ifgher and daughter Sarah., left on Monday evening for their home at Cedar. Minn., after a tosit here at the hofrie 6f Mrs. Barbara Altman and with other felatiycg. Mrs'. Cos! is a daugh* ter of Mrs. Altmann, Mrs. Gal- Iigher a ..granddaughter, and Sarah is a great-granddaughter. Mrs. Alfred Reding and baby daughter came home on Wanes'- day from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, where the baby was born on February II. Mr. and Mrs. 'Vic Fridercs and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frideres and »family, • Algona, Were Wednesday evening visitors af the John Frideres home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sawyer and son IFommy of Owaton'na, Minn., and Francis Phillips of Stacyviile, Minn,, were visitors here with relatives several days Jast week. Mrs.- Sawyer and « *!r ccs H e sisters dnd brother of Mrs. Clarence Kramer and Mrs. Janaos Bocker. stfonsbiil;ties in '• Establishing World Peace," Sfrlhday . Mrs, Olam pftedahl was hostess to the Sen'e'ca 'BirtMay club at her home. 'Sunday afternoon it being her birthday. 'Members present included Mesdames Charles Osborn, C. o Bailey, Fred Jensen 1 , Alfred Petersen, Ralph Crfrtiflbell, and 0 H; Patterson, Mes'dafrieg Ida Yager and Sheldon Merrill' Jr. wore guests. A % startling, new discovery for •both; jiieri' .arid women, the* Maico Secreteer invisible mold,'is a thin, x flesh-tinted frame that conceals itself within the inner folds of the ear. Now you can wear the Mnico" Atome'er hearing instrument without the 'old-fashioned button visible in the ear. THE SECRETEER EAR-MOLD \ Investigate—Compare—Buy With Confidence ' ' . , MAICO DES'MOINES 630 Des Moines'Bid^^Des Moiries, iow&V H Thursday; Feb. 26,*from"9/a.m. lo 5 p.m. ' :co TECkNiciAN^BOB 'GRAVES; win be , IvGOTOOoWA' f ^ T ™~ '4* ". "','."', lf ""able io attend writeffor-free information. ' , ^Batteries and service for all makes of hearing aids ' "> ^ <f*r threshing Crew irs A Farewell Party, Sestefca Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Madsen were pleasantly surprise d< Monday evening, when their threshing qrew" and families dropped in to spend the evening with them. The evening was spent play- ng games, after which refreshments were enjoyed. ;The Madsens were presented .vith a pair of pictures as a remembrance from the group They will move March 1 to a farm 3% mjles south of Ringsted. Present were the Lester .Osborns, Roy Osborns, Otto Wil- bergs, Merle Culbertsons,/ Cha Osborns, Herman Geilenfeldts and --.Henry Loofts, A Surprise Parly The'Pete Hanson home was th scene of a surprise party Tues day evening^ when friends ana nighbors dropped in to bid .them farewell. The Hansons plan t< retire from farming and wil move to a home which they pur chased several months ago a Ringsted. There were approximately 35 mends present who spent th evening playing 500. The self invited guests served refreshments and presented the Hansons with 'an electric flooi lamp as a token of remembrance from the group. The Hansons plan to move March 1. At Youth Rally Gene Bplhg, accompanied by the.Bernhard boys and also other Rural Youth members Jtrom the Bancroft vicinity left Friday for Ames, where they will attend the Iowa Rural Youth People's Assembly which is being held on Feb.-20-22;—The^meetfegr- opens with a' banquet, the principal fgeaker, P. E., Biller, • director of :he, Minnesota Agricultural Extension service. The theme of he -convention will be "Our Re- Mr. and Mrs. Jess »f hbrson of Cambridge,'Pa., were Wednesday overnight until Thursday afternoon guests at the C, O.'Bailey home. IThe Baileys and the Thorsons were friends while the families lived at Burt. The latter now '» instructor in mechanics in a G I. depot located'at Cambridge for both officers and enlisted men Mrs. O. R. Patterson. ; was hostess to the Seneca Birthday club at her home Wednesday 1 afternoon. Present were Mesdamos P-.H' Petersen,,Caleb Hartshorn, Wed Peterson, Olaf Oftedahl u h i, ~ 0<ib "''n- Raloh Camp-' VII C. O. .Bailey, Chas. Feyo io.d -n Merrill Jr., James N y .. >"'",• r lartin Hcndricksen, and "•d 'Jensen. Mr. arid Mrs. Glen Hanson and children of Ottosen visited Sunday afternoon at the Fred Jensen home. /• Mr and Mrs. August ; Hanson and family of Ringsted were bunday .afternoon callers at the P. H. Peterseri home. Mesdames C/O. Bailey ', and Henry Looft attended an tntcr- national Relations meeting at the home of Mrs. Albert Johnson, near Corwith, Monday afternoon..'... Mr7 and' Mrs. Lawrence Saxton and family of Fairmont moved m with the Wm. Osborns Tuesday- • . . . •--•. • •'. Mrs. Taledge of Fairmont; who has been housekeeping there for the past few months, returned to her home at Fairmont. Portland 4»H, F-Bureau Meet Portland — The Portland 4-H boys and girls met Thursday; evening with LeRoy and Ruth Phclps. All 26 members attended, after the business meeting De- Ibris Trunkhill read a poem. Lunch was served. The Portland ' Fafm Bureau meeting was held at the Franz looter home Wednesday evening 40 attended and talks were given by Mrs. Inman. Bancroft, anc Mr. Skow, Wesley. Assisting hostesses were the Harms, Nel sons, Stewarts, Ringsdorfs, Baas Bates,'Youngs and Christiansen's Progress Club Meets The Portland Progress club will meet Thursday, Feb. 20, with Mrs. Clara Fairbanks in Burt Assisting hostesses are Mesdames C. Sigsbee, R. Dugan and Carrie Larsen. Inspeel Packirtg Plant Bernard Miller, Marie Young Roger. Moore. Donald and Darlene |im6rs, 4»H folks whb attended a Fort Dbdge meeting recently went off a'ri irispectiori tour at Tobin Packing Co. t Anil^ef SirTlSFrty • r> ^ n d Mr s.. Charles Scott- and r. and Mrs. Fern Drone attended a 25th w^ddihg anniversary celebration of Mr, and Mrs. Bill 283? rsatarday ev - BII.VS for HOME, FARM and SHOP MACHINES When you buy frdm us Bl you get more than a famous Gates Belt— with It wo offer you a . Ads, - TWO--FOR. Jour classified ads run BOTH Algona newspapers for only ohe charge, and reach 9,000 families each *eek. tct us give you .... The exact belt to fit your machtoa Advice on pulley ratio and r.p.m. Help In designing reduction drives Mh and Mrs. MehfTeit TrUnkhill l 1 ^ 6 " 18 P f , a htiw Soh, w^igh- , fl b tr ftnd 4 °^" g f nfcfe S "riday, . 8. He was borri &t a Mason Uty hospital and has been named Charles Lee. The baby has four sisters and two brothers. frinne^, CSrrf'flff^ >''' Mr, and Mrs. Charles Scott entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner P arte y-.Tuesday evening, folldwed by 500. Guests Were Messrs, and Mesdames Roy Itingsdorf, Ross Blvidge, Tpm,'Trehary,- Jess t>u- gan and Claud Sigsbee, Mrs. Wayne Keith and Frank Becker received high' prices at a be's Wednesday evening. * Kyle Keith received a prize for most hands of no face cards. Frank also got a prize for taking most tricks with a >4 dp"9l Mr. aiW we ^eftjoyi weather at repoTa The Ward McWh'ar thd past.weekfe Neighbors-.held on Thursday nigM , Plferrtels and artJFtfd ft. ,t Simpsdh, pfeffleTs Irvlngton and ¥6fti son Kenneth 4 go OH Raymoftd Carlsori, . where SimpsoftS Vfi ivtarlene Dremniel night 1 g*uest of Joan Wednesday. COMPLETE CLOSING OUT TUgliivny 100," rtr lore; or l^ milts 7flPj$Mt£9 ^•'y-iF Feb SALE S1'A«1'S At Is do P. M. Algona Electric So. Dodge Street 16 HEAD OF CATTLE REGISTERED AND HI GRADE ~~ The Most Outstanding Outboard of All Tinie! Here's a 10-ftorsepower,l Outboard that will plane a 16-foot /fU ™ b ™« f <»r^*' r ?p' : ?^ miles an hour -or throtH^ 'ty\ m "^ Jo a snail's.pace for trailing, *It' S "Full-Jeweled" (bail' arid roller bearings throughout): ' " f . Comis- in and see it t '4 K? &'&*- •'GfM. Hydra-Matic Drive 'optional* on all models SPILLES HARDWARE CATTLE T-B TESTED FIRST WEEK IN FEBRUARY EQUIPMENT, ETC. ^ *u*s#eti%tjs^4ts>t^^ ''• •• ">- yr -^ '• ;: •^•--^—-" •• -•• "•'•'• ';'*** TO BE GIVEN AWAY iN OUR TEK TOOTHBRUSH CAR-OWNERS! Specialty », 28th •*H f RIES ary 25th SPECIALTY .L60NA , IOW/ • -- '« ' r t'',' >' ^ ' ' 'i- v '• l > r * >! \ '** v -'v^ * i*^3 . '• • Ji ^i? BY ^»'a^ , v \ ' * ";%«;P-« s «ttj .«pf-flH»i*RMw »w:»w> teiwpwf* . \ . a.fi^f, ftlnsfi h^ilrii;jhi<'»wfo-A^'iiii:lf>'«»^ffl€«ii ; 3!^,> J ^?%»a % 3 £1 I # •<^.,^. c\-|^ :^ -;: |4 \ '^^^T^^^^^p

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