The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1948 · Page 20
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6na Upper Bei Mdfrtii Tuesday, February 24, 1948 ton PI A, To arMuensfer March 2nd ffhton—P. T. A. will meet on $day, Mnrch 2, at the Fehton gym. There will be a business meeting after the •am. the guest speaker. Rev. Muejf- stcr of Corwith will be the guest speaker. Rev. Muenster was with Admiral Byrd tm his expedition to the South Pole. The public is invited to attend and the parents are urgdd to bring their families with them, knowing this will be of interest and help to students in school. A price of 70c Will be charged per family or should one person wish to attend, the price will be 25c. Any money taken in above our expenses, Tuesday evening, will be used for the hot lunch program,which Will be in service at the/ school next year. Hello, Is This You, Jim? "I Ihink I've found Ihe answer io that dingy old kitchen of ours." "The paper just came, and the CoWan Cabinet-Making Shops have an ad saying ihey are making kitchen cabinets io order right now. They'll come to our house* ex• amine our kitchen, give us a selection of Free Plans, and an estimate." "Oh no, ihey don't tear up ihe kiichen. They make ihe cabinets right in their shops, io our measurements'. Then they move them right in." > Whai's that? Have ihem come over tomorrow and look at ihe kitchen? You're a darling Jim I" Yes, You Too Can Have a Modern Kitchen! for That Are In Our Shops For Your Particular Job! •MMTOBBMafgBraiBBMLJUr* PJlfr JfJi'JjB aBBHOBjSi^mS^B^K^^^SMigjapTP HERE IS OUR SERVICE: FREE PLANS—we will work out a cabinet plan that is designed for your particular kitchen. There is no charge for this service. FREE ESTIMATES—a completed price will be given to you on the cabinets of your choice. QUALITY WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIAL-Cowan built kitchen cabinets are built to last, only finest workmanship by expert cabinet-makers. NO MUSS—we do all the building in our shops and then merely install the cabinets in your home, TAILOR-MADE—every detail of the job is designed for your home and yours alone. Why be content with an old fashioned, badly equipped kitchen when, fpr a comparatively modest sum, we can streamline it for you to save you - steps and money, too. Give us a ring< We'll be glad to plan your kit^ chen! modernization complete, No charge for estimates, . H. J. COWAN SHOPS 166 For Free Plans .fa;* of Northwestern Depot t)Ub to thq uneetfamty of the number who will a'ttetid and the lack of facilities at the g!ym no- lunch will be served at thi§ meeting. ^ Mrs. fcoeiseh H&siesS The MarS> Circle met at the home of Mrs. R. C. Gbetsch on Wednesday, February 18. Miss Agnes Goetsch Was assisting hostes$. There were 15 members present. Devotions were led by Mrs. Anfta Osbbrn. Mrs. Fred Mrs. Everett .Dryer has charge of the program"fbr this meeting. Rev. Menster of CorWith will be Brown gave the; Jesspn from the first chapter, "Great Prayert of the Bible." , " The next meeting will 'be the third Wednesday in March at the home of Mrs. Fred Newel. Lydia Circle Meets The Lydia Circle met Wednes day afternoon, February 18,' with Mrs. Lester Weisbrod. Mrs. Mary Hansen led in .devotions and Mrs. Floyd Duncan gave the lesson from the second chapter of the book. "Great Prayers of the Bible." Guests were Mrs. Wilfred Stocbcr and Mrs. Fred Mortenson. The next meeting will be the 3rd Wednesday in March , with Mrs. Clarence Arbogast. Deborah Circle The Deborah Circle met on Wednesday. February 1,8, with Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. Mrs. Roy Chrischilles led in devotions and Mrs. Flowers gave the lesson from the second chapter in the book, "Great Prayers of the Bible." Guests were Mrs. Charles Weisbrod and Mrs. Art Voigt. The next meeting wil Ibc the third Thursday in March, with Mrs. 'Hugh Carney and Mrs. Flowers, hostesses. Homebuilders Class The Homebuilders Sunday school class held their party on Tuesday evening at the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voigt and Mr. and Mrs. Straley served. Bridge Club Meets The Thursday Evening Bridge club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel on February 19. Mrs. Ernest Rtiske won high score for the ladies and V. J. Ta- tutn high for the men Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers visited several days this past week in Davenport at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Weisbrod. Jean Eh'rhardt visited over the weekend at the Don Weisbrod home. ' The 50-50 Sunday school class had its party at the Methodist church parlors on Thursday evening. The rcsular business meeting was held, after which games were enjoyed. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arb.o- ffast nnd family Visited" at"''the Adolph Hansen home on Sunday, the occasion being the 15th wedding anniversary of the Hansens. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wegner and family of Fairmont were dinner guests on Tuesday at the Mervin Priebe home. The Wegners were formerly employed by the Priebes. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Billinger and family, Harvey Bellinger and Mrs. Kate Bollinger were dinner guests in the Allan Bollinger home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zwiefel of Titonka were Sunday dinner quests 'at the Marold Schlei home. » Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman were Tuesday evening quests in the Laurence Gade home. Reba Ditsworth visited from Friday evening until Saturday at the Earl Dean home, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Dean and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth were Sunday dinner guests at the Wallace Brown home at Gruver. Miss Fern Carlson of Esther- villc and Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard Garnas of Northwood wore Sun- flay dinner guests at the Fred Newell home, Rose Mary Finnestad of Minneapolis visited at the Amos Finnestad home from Thursday until Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Blanche Sjostrom and Grace Carol of Minneapolis visited over the weekend at the Lars Finnestad home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson of Sioux Falls and Beverly Cody of Canton, S. D., were weekend guests at the Amer Cody home. Mrs. Wendell Rusch is a new clerk at the Bailey Store./ Mr. and Mrs.'L. H. Wehrspann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman, and Mrs. Christine Hantelman were Saturday evening dinner guests in the .Gerhard Hantelman home in honor of Paul Hantelman's fourth birthday. Mrs. Allan Bollinger visited with Mrs.'Ben Klatt on Sunday evening. February 15 was the 78th birthday of Mrs. Klatt. Darlene and -Eugene Schattschneider of Algona brought their mother to Fenton Saturday morning to be with her mother, Mrs. Lena Hengel, who had been bedfast two weeks with arthritis. Darlene .and Gene returned to Algona Saturday afternoon, accompanied by Floyd and Kathleen Bollinger, who retyrned with the Schattschneiders, Sun-i day, when they came to get Mrs. Schattschneider. They were dinner guests in the Arthur arid Lena Hengel home, Sunday. Walther League meets at the St. John's Lutheran church parlors on Tuesday evening. Donald Luedtke and Dgrrel D?syer sery- ed. The U Deal 'Em Bridge club met at the home of Mrs, Ray Kyhl on Tuesday afternoon. Three tables were in play. Guests were Mesdames Charles Newel, Ed Priebe, Ernest Ruske, Rex Wolf, Retta Eigler. \ Ufa. p.' B, f$H£Wl WW score and Mrs, Clarohce sedofld high. " Ray Kyhl attended a frteetini Of the Phillips Petroleitnt Co. at Humbbldt on Tuesday, Several of the 1Pe,nton W.,Si C. S. members attended' 'tKfe drusade for Christ meeting AM tea at the Methodist church fear* lors in Burt on Thursday afternoon, Members from eight 6thy er towns were represented, fir, Clinton Was guests speaker, ^ % Lighted Baseball : Field Wanted Estherville — Baseball fans here are trying to raise $8,000 for a modern lighted field at the fair grounds. They have $4500 pledged, but at that point pledg* es slowed. The fair board Will rent the grounds and erect -a bandstand to seat at least 1200 people. ' • ,,, It is argued 1 that the grounds could be used also for other purposes: By the fair for a midway; by promoters of boxing cards, etc. The argument alsq, cites examples of 'other towns "which have raised amounts neqdecl for lights, CALL US t Day or Night for Fast,.. .* * i*r Removal of ALL DEAD STOCK PHONE US COLLECT WEST BEND—138 LONE ROCK—500 WESLEY—1500 « LEDYARD—75 BURT—178 BANCROFT—4441 LUVERNE—2061 . LIVERMORE—2514 WHITTEMORE—1500 "or Schumacher's DX Sla- .' lion—2331 ; .Or ' : '" ALGONA—7 WE PAY ALL PHONE CALLS Makers of 3*W JQNERALIZE0 UHIIKFKD M ALGONA RENDERING CO. Permit No. 33 fi v ^ - , ^ _', ^,. ^v- y ; 'yy*3«je^|*;^pp«^.v* v *f',y;V i ^/*,f?^.v'^ t »'V-ir v Tuesday, february 24, 1948 COWArJ BUILDING SUPf , ^ / ' I,- 1 -,'*">• ( . New Furniture, Wood' work and Floor Waxes— Largest Stock We Have Had for Spring,Cleaning in Years! \ All Types of Cleaning Supplies and Apparatus to Make the Job That Much Easier! Full Stock of. Inside and * Outside House Paints— ; and Enamels for Furniture, Woodwork, Even Automobiles 1. ' >' 4t j New Wallpaper and Wall L Cleaners to., Return the f Brilliant Look of New:Sness to Your Rooms! : 175 Diffe rent Patterns 'in New "" Wallpapers on, Display Before Your'.Eyes in Our Sensational " Wallpaper ' .Dis*- plays—priced', at. ,', ' 8c Roll and Up. '• • ' A ASK ABOUT OUR CONVENIENT PAY 'PLANS BUILDING SUPPIY : C6. ^ -i.» -I t. f , > < ~ ,. • ~\n», , Phone 275 ' Algona, Iowa \ ,,; the nation like wildfire; is f/nte if9 3T in on the excitement. See a new kind of. motor , ^_, only fivc.ftjct from ground to top, but. with "more inside head room and roomier seats than in any other mass-produced car built today! V'* , • Hudson is the-onfy American-built car you step down into when entering, not up "on—yet it maintains road clearance. ' Hudson's new, all steel Monobilt body-and-frame* is the,only motor-car cpns.truction that completely encircles you, t cvcn outside the-reaf)wheels, with a rugged, box-steel foundation frame. -You ride withirt,thjs framefcradled between axleg-not off'top of the framg/ayri other cars! And as you ride, Hudson's ,con\- binatiori of iiniaye construction and comfort features gives you, a sensation of.'snug safety and serene, smooth going unlike any^ thing you've 'known before! ' ''•',<; , *' ?> \ the car you step down into! t, yourself t to "the .thrill of riding behind -Hudson's all-new Super-Six engine ~ the most-powerful six built jtodajf •* 9r-th« better-tJianTevef 1 Super-Eight. Find out abouj; automatic>gejr shifting in forward speeds as provided, by Hudspn's excjugiv*' "Drive-3VIaste|f transmission. f ',,'i,^'^%ft Step; into thf nearest Hudson showroom. You'll see wliy, aprpsa the nation, 'thiy.'?§ expl»ioiing,\ f !Thii' time it's Jtwdson}"- .' v " A./JSA .- J } ' - ' . *~ . *• , LJ!. - ' ' i t f m Pfllinti f ffli(Jflf u ^ .v .' ,t i i ' >-*) lA . -S'^f f, 't, F<; "> i rf.fi Iff THIS At THI v', M •1W/8. j /, r\ *A-h. ?"j, .. ,. <?-, :>!,'•

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