The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1948 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 2, 1948
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*#??%?* Upper Tuesday, March 5, t*>48 KNIVES Sharpened Free By the Scientific Nlew CORY Krtife Sharaener J« ' Just Being ih Your Knives, We'll-Do The ftest While You're Doing Your local Shopping* E1ECTRIC APPIiANCtS "Service Behind Every Sale'' Phone 1075 Algona, la, Want Ads Bring Results HOLLOSTONE Building Tile Plant West Bend, Iowa Hollostone is a Cement Tile. Its standard size is 4x8x12. Available also in 12-inch; 6 r inch; csnd 4-inch wall units. These tile are steam cured with jiigh compressive strength. This tile makes an attractive building. Low in cost and fireproof. Anyone interested in this type of building material may call or write. Metzger Hollostane Phone 58 : West Bend, Iowa \! All-Gas Sales and Service A Local Industry Designed To Give You Better Bottle Gas Service Service Anytime All The Time Algona's Most Complete Bottle Gas Service • Plant Phone 16 Harms All-Gas Co. Algona, !owg< After Hour Service Phone 913 LW HARMS . r^ft > ,..'«& > <•«* i v-v .3n^^'%Wy4-^?'W i ' *1 * H '"*i>3? ' ' -I * ' * tu-- J"*l*v6t -^ wif V<, X^- ^ Jj """I <- T %!-'**-, ^ A«\J.^,%A:C.>.\ f;--V;. 1 f v -.A£*'J* -. -Lt»i>£Lk-^dr:V '-^-r^ Albert Wrttkopfs Move, 1 , # Lom Creek To Algorta L61IS ©te*ft fa- Mr; ftrtd Mrs. Albert Wittkopf have mdved their houcshold goods to their home in Algona, which they puV- chased a few months ago. A farewell party was held in their honor at their home, Sunday evening. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer, Mr. and MrS. Herman Riggert, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zurfta-ch, Mr. and MrS. Clarence- Sumach, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler, Mr. and Mrs, Wilmer Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke and Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Zumach. Five hundred was olayed for entertainment and the high family prize was won by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach and tow family prize by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer. Lenten services will "fee hel<! Wednesday evening at the 1m- manuel Lutheran church, , The text will be Mattli. 2?:4549. ftfcV. A, F. Otto is pastor. student Burt Assembly fiurt -- Last week afterno'on the School body here was highly enteftain- ed and inspired by" an address oft Three Gears for the Red. White, and Blue given by Doctor Clinton, Des Moines Evangelist, con' ducting meetings here. Doctor £liftton spoke again Friday afternoon, and this time his talk was on The Rhapsody of Iowa, with illustrations in magnificent color. •.,' ij". ' (v 'St'T /.ii*U«. *f'''W# &MW. ^H«fe3flti» jttAr,-, W«M. last fuMaf, mt&* t«tt$ f**tt&m of S«fiW<"' ''• '•-' * Ij ._ a »^u •fiLiAr, %^«, ck&M mtpk ;t 'fiff M giiest last wfeek'Mfs. Paulirte Me* of Lbfte,lt6«K, % V t Seity WallufcAli ' t Weekehd'at Humbdldt With her* tifrete KfiA aunt Mr. ffftd"Mts. Robert Scott, .' ' ' ' * v Mrs. Bessie Wadd>H Monday from Cascade where she had been the past fortnight with 'relatives • ' * ' • i Pet ihe !l*ii Hmls sifl8e I&sf tober when alterations provements were begun Baptist church, services Will be ' held Sunday, March, 7.- Mrs. Alwitt ttuenhold ictftk her mother Mrs. William Aalderks i® liter 'home at Lakbta last Sunday. She htid been here A few Weeks because of sickness, bronchitis, from which sha is now fully recovered. , Tenth Anniversary / , A, number of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig to help them celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary, recently. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, Mr., and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zumach. Five -hundred was played and high : score prizes went to John Schallin and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and low to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. Entertain at "500" Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmermann entertained at 500 Monday evening. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Leininger, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meine, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schueller and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Decker, Dwight and Sharon, and Frank Meine. High prize was won by Mrs. Kirsch, low by Mrs. Hackbarth, and travel by Lawrence Kirsch. Wetzels Are Hosls Mr. and Mrs: Reinhard Wetzel entertained their '500 club at their home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wetzel played for the absent members. High score prizes went to Reinie Wetzel and Mrs. Ervin. Wetgel, low to Mrs. Harold Luedtke, and Harold Luedtke won the door- prize. Visit in Whittemore Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Wetzel and family and ; Mrs. Clara Pompe spent Friday afternoon at •the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher, Whittemore. Mr. Schumacher had just been recovering from burns on ,his hands caused by scalding water from a radiator. ' • , • Several friends gathered at the home of Mrs. flerman Reish'er Monday evening to helo her celebrate her. birthday. Those attending • were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mr. and Mrs.' H. F.* Mittag.. Mrs. Mina Mittag, Mrs. Clara Pompe, also Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner and Mrs. Minnie Reisner. Five hundred was played and 1 'high ^ score prizes went to John Schallin and Mrs. Cl;ara' Pompe and low to H.' F. Mittag and Mrs. Carl Zumach. Move -to New Farm Mr. and Mrs. Delton. Krause moved the past weeK; to the;;'Albert Wittkopf home frorri ; "the' A.. A. Dreyer farm. The Dreyers, who spent the past several months in California, will return to their- farm May 1. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmermann spent Saturday evening at the home of the letter's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kummrefeldt, Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmermann and family of Whittemore were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Leininger. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lauck visited relatives in Minnesota from Sunday afternoon till Tuesday evening. Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Rehrler and son Grant of Fairville spent Monday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. 'A.,,F. Otto. Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz of Vincent called on Rev; and Mrs. A. F. Otto Tuesday afternoon. They were on their way home after spending the day looking at the newer Lutheran churches in Spencer, Spirit Lake and several other places. A new church will be built at Vincent this mummer. Mr. and Mrs.Wm. Zimmermann visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bleckwenn at Fairville Sunday afternoon. Roger Will and Robert Mittag spent Sunday afternoon with Robert Meine. Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Otto spent Thursday at Fort Dodge on business. ANNUAL MARKET DAY SALE « : Ottosenjowa Thurs v March 11 list Yt«r Item? With K. fewjtr I. E>. ' M, HoJt NO. 89 OF A SERIES t Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County C. E. Detrick When the little pigs start coming, it is an event on any farm. And on the late afternoon, when we visited.C. E. Detrick, that was what v*as happening. Mrs. Detrick was' just bringing the .children from school in Algona, and t'he first thing they wanted was to see 'how the little pigs were doing.' Mr. Detrick farms 120 acres four miles east of Algona just off highway 18. He came to the farm 10 years ago, and prior to that farmed for 19 years for A, J. Raney. The present farm is the old home place of John Stein; in fact, Mfs. Detrick, the former Catherine Stein, was born on the farm. The Detricks have four children: Robert, 21, a navy vet of 18 months and/fast recently married to the former Kathleen Huber; Marjorie, 18, a graduate of St. Cecelia's academy who plans to enter nurses training next fall; Bill, 13, and Betty, 9, both of whom are attending the Academy. Mr. Detrick says his crops this pqst season were not bad, considering the. weather he got. Corn ran about 50 bushel and oats 40. He hqs 21 head of Shorthorn cattle altogether, and raises about 75 head of hogs a year. As we said, his little pigs are coming in now. / As for any'special hobbies, Mr. Detrick lays claim to just one; going fishing with his son Bill, As for Bill, next to football, that is his hobby, too, INCOME TAX... Ouch! .... perhaps you need a loan to tide you over temporarily, at income tax paying time. If so, we'd be pleased to talk it over, with ypu. Wasn't it terrible, trying to find records of expenditures tp^mcikf..*^ that tax report? Well, next ytar you ttrh simplify it a lot if you pay all bills by «he?k, Therr yoy'H have an accurate record-easy t« find. We. v/elcpme yowr account. IOWA and 12 ••iJV lp>. IJL ... 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