The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1948 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 2, 1948
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>rt<3 Malnes 2; l-r .OCALS ^y6irt6H. . Siotm r6iu*n6d lb " ifk at the Kent garage Thurs_._.,ft following a couple of weeks Illness at home. \ Quests of Ms. and Mts. ftay- fttbn Pettigrew last Tuesday were the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pergandc of LuVerne. 1 £>*. and • Mts. Harold Meyer were accompanied by Mrs. R. 1C. Richardson to Des Moines -Wednesday, to spend the day. * Mr. attd,;MfS. H. W. Pleleh Spent the weekend at Ues Moines where their son Bill is a student &t Drake university. They, stopped at Am£s to take their'daugh- ter Joan with them. She is a student at Iowa State college. Mr. and Mrs. L J. «wd find the latterJg sislfii and brblhei-lrt-' law, Mr. and Mrs. Stoeber of Fenton spent last weekend < at Minneapolis, Minn. ' t Mr. arid Mrs. Robefl Pousclii had as Weekend guest J. Dugan Laird of 'Rockwell City, brother- in-law'and sister and father, respectively 6f J. Dusjan, Laird. Beb, son of Mfi and, Mrs. L. J, Reed, came Tuesday from Cedar Falls, where he is a student at the lovva State Teachers college ind will spend a week's vacation .vith his 'parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait had as visitor Thursday Carol Pate of Clarion, brother of Mrs. Wallukait', who was en route home from West Bend where he had taken his wife to visit iher' parents Mr. and Mrs. Metzger.. Oratorical winner We Can Make ANYTHING Kitchen Cabinets. > OUR SPECIALTY : V TRUCK BOXES , ' WAGON BOXES FEED BUNKS N . BROODER HOUSES Made to Your Order T CALL US PHONE 410J E. L (Bud) ROBINSON North Diagonal—600 Block ,Just North of North Central Iowa Feed Store Mr! Hftd Mrs. Paul' S£ele$* hei- ,*<somina'te Pegg#J$6l&¥j Birtnihgbttj Wfs,, IMfttl \taekend at the parental S? home. Both girls are SfiUtic,, At St. Catherine's colteg6> ^S Paul, Minn. - ' * Mr. and Mrs. H, !„ Palibn . from Chartipaig'tti fflf, this weekand will visit flte lat-' ter's parents, Mr, and . Nelson. Mr, Pattern has resetted his degree and will gd to, ColS- rado, where he has a p'osition with an oil company. Mrsi 1 Pat* ton will remain with 'her parents till & dwelling can be fotifid.' ( i;ort Cddge, ,wjie?c-i; she;.Bad - and, Friday .tws , j. JAUL c3\.\fAj t*44viT, J. i AV4.H.T >v,"vj | r ( *J«v* no 'guests *DK afld Mrs;-D,'AV Rich•-" " of Austin; Miflfti, k " " 'ineir dfill|Mtfei*,'lana, son*m»iaw r ,»-%nd M$; -Maufice .MaHartl^ :Efti i bu i fe Ti6ffi6' • tH&^ 'sttiplped 7 ,' al Ktftitttf CififoMefc' tersfe' thiif ard^on of Augtlflj MlfiBi, of6thef ,oilugHt.6f pawiclfr' 1 wW Is a stu» 'aftd slstef»ih-law csf ph'.',R, ,!t ( dfehv df ni&dldalu*- teshnolegy at Rlefiardson. ' ',' /. K," - Sti'Jdseph'S.Hfi^tilthk ' " ,< . Y td Md.,lilit,i :AA\JVT , t.lMAV.,1 ttffft, of th ' . d Mi- seVhh^giVlftg } e 'j, ,her e ^hd v hHII*fclMi'lM «4llt(n« • ' ' duties,-/ ORATORICAL WINNER lasi Week in the local contest for students, sponsored by the American Legion, was Patricia Reding, -above, junior at St. Cecelia's Academy. Her theme was "Our Fram^ ing Fathers," based on the U. S. Constitution. SHe corf- peies in the district contest al Fort Dodge, this week. Carol, six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shore, has been having chicken pox but will return to school this mid-week. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCali went to Des Moines, Saturday, and will remain several clays with .their daughter .and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.. James Griffith. Alma Schultz, county 4-H director, was summoned to her home at Cedar Falls, Thursday, because of a serious attack suffered by her, father. Mrs. Joe "Greenberg went to Des Moines last week Saturday and remained till Wednesday with her daughter and son-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Don Alt. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reid had as [ guest from Friday till Monday last week, Robert Allen of Racine, Wis. He is a cousin of Mr. Reid and visited other relatives in the vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Simon sen had as guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. W. E. Johnson, parents and brother of Mrs. Simonsen, and her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Chapman and Rosanne of Laurens. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole were accompanied to Des Moines last Tuesday by Wanda Sherman and all attended "Show Boat". The Doles also transacted some business and Miss Sherman visited her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas Eagan. heM ?he is a- Student ' itfe«ltrwhe*£ she, is a-student. . mm. mwm dStfghter 'oi;MF, afid Mi's, .- « Hi \AJfti IQ'lfeefisfty. In a'4ettSf td,' ; •! [tfigM*shJ"sfaw;jhe ri6w hak Mf 4 ^ •!' rJ'OWi'fMidlfi^Bfatfl'.whtfch cftnl^Si.,.. •.. •« itJWn. faaisjprggram-wnion cpm^ . •.. IdVef ,WSUT ekdh Monday aftef'' 1 ^ ! ' . '... ,A * , 1 «<L.t*tt I, I A now ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND IN THE ALOONAAREA! complete new Bedding Shop featuring nationally-famous^ SEALY Mattresses-and Springs! Come/in and visit this new shop; >w—see how easy we have made it to select springs and mattresses! ' f • f , " AL \ Mew Machinery Drill Type Fertilizer Spreaders on DC Wheels Roller Bearing Genuine Oliver Wagons Flare Wagon Boxes, Good Quality, Old Line Standard Brands at established prices. Spike Tooth Harrows With Folding Drawbars Hog Waterers, Oil and Electric * N Gehl Field Forage Harvesters and Hammer Mills * '^^ Used Machinery % 1—Exceptionally Good Late Model DeLaval Milking Machine Complete i 1— New Method Mechanical Manure Loader, complete for any tractor (Interesting Price) 1 — 1934 Plymouth } /2 ton Pick-up Truck (this unit is cheaper than a rubber-tired wagon and box) 1—14 Ft. Truck Box, new 1—1941 Hydraulic Farm Hand Loader—Stacker, with all attachments, will fit any tractor 1-2-Row IHC Mounted Corn Pjanter, to fit H Tractor Phone 714 South of Hotel Algona v ~> \ r SLEEP ON A H 1 •»• 1 \ , TUFTLESS INNERSPRING MATTRESS WITH NEW MIRACLE MESH t-J ^/. J - U t i-»i. it ,w»' **' r ^ I'm Ibt MIRACLE MESH PROTECTOR Hert't what Idol \J mf~~ J ELIMINATE SPRING FEEl V STOP SHIFTING OF PADDING ^ STOP SAGGING AND LUMPING V IMPROVE RESILIENCE V PRESERVE COMFORT SAVE COVERING' ' ' DUROLIFE* UNIT SUPPORTS THE VITAL WANT SLEEPING COMFORT for years? Then see and test this SEALY TUFTLESS MATTRESS, Fluffy white felt makes it buoyant simple sunlight KEEPS it buoyant. And buoyancy means cushipny comfort that helps^you relax, IT means sleeping witfiout sinking into a hollow, Every SEALY mattress has buoyancy , , , and KEEPS' IT! The MIRACLE MESH PROTECTOR'(see what it'means above) gnd S^aly's exclusive DUR0LIFE UNIT are features, that make'this America's F/ne?f Tuff/ess Mqttress. SEE THE GtOVE-SMOQTH 5EAIY TUFTtISS tgdayl NQ sagging —no lumping . . . because it's made the patented Sealy way, And every pprtipri of the inner-spring-cooperafes, each coil assisting adjacent- coils in distributing body-xWeightevenly—whether ygg are heavy/ light or of just, medium weigHt CQme in,., chgose a SEAIY and,prove if to- yourself that'-'SLEEPING ON A'S^ALYIS LI^E SLEEPING-ON A CLOUD," Fyll and Twin Sixes wjrhjniatching 89* Springs,, • • . _ ••.••"« i. ,,. f J S^LY, A OREAT NAMI IN MATTRBSSiS SINCi 1881! K0W BRJNSS US THI BIST • - i j FOR IHjl 8IST IN WIHAYilVill

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