The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1948
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V S* tfhd annual c; tJ, A. pot luck ''supper will be held 'at the ft. C. , dub rooms .Thursday 'evening, March II, at 6:30 o'clock With Mrs.- Minnie • Matern and Mrs* tClRfli Gilbride ph'-the Committee. Each mefrlbtJr is^'asked to bfiflg.a -covered dish, their own dishes, arid silver. Mrs. .Hilda Grortwall cnter^ ' tallied her card club' members Wednesday afternoon. The high and loWi score prizes were won by Mrs. Oliver Baaken and Mrs. Agnes McBride respectively. Card Pariy Hosts— Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haas? .enter, tainetl at a card party Thursday evening. Guests were Mr, and Mrs, Duane Logue, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rowley, Mr. ahd Mrs. Duane Klein, Mr., and -Mrs. Wilbur Courtney, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thissen, High score' prize's were won, by Mr. and Mrs. Logue and low score prizes went to Mis. Rowley and Mr. Thissen. EhieHain Mr^ ..T sdheiter— • l : .'Mrs. Eugene ,'Hutchins and \Mrs. Robert 'Richafdson enter- «talned for Mr&- Joe Tschettei Thursday evening, guests being , -Mesdames Helen Paxson, C. H Simpson, Robert Simpson, Glen Buchanan, 'Allen Buchanan Clayton Pet ClVal, iSknt Lusby Hoy HuUeil, ]gdwaf,d H^gg; fc. O Lee, Bob McCulloughy and Tom Brurts. A Leap s ¥ear Bifihdayi- Mrs. Earl-Burgess, having been born in a "leap year" is more, ap^ preciatiVe of birthday annivers arles thah persons who have one each year, and Saturday, Feb. 29 Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Rowley anc Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Speer, of Spencer, were dinner feuests to aid in the celebration. To add to the festivities Roger arid Muriel son and daughter of the! Rev, anc Mrs. Burgess, came fr<5m Sioux City where they are students at Morningside'college, and spen the weekend here. j, Mr. and Mrs. August Brinkman of Rolfe, were Sunday visitors at the Burgess home. Thfe wonien are cousins. Monday, Rev >mpaniec H. Irwin fofick tc Sioux CHy, stopping-aUSacl City to ledve Mr. Irwin t .,The,V,' returned the- next day and Mr. Irwln c'ame with them. and Mrs. Burgess acci by the letter's father W. took Roger and Muriel NEW for Springl Lovely new "dress-up" washable with striking bui- '. ton effect ... in a gay floral .'design that speaks of Spring and sunshine. See it now at Elite Shop At 57th Anniversary,^- j£ Mrs. Rosa Barto aadj^r sistei Dora Bierstedt attended 1 the 57th wedding. anniversVryMifelcbration held at Livermo'rc, gpe#nesday for Mr, and Mrs..Cm - l ©stwald Supper was served to 60 guests which included only close relatives. Carolyn Blinkman, 6— """ Mrs. Harold Blinkman gave a party last week Monday afternoon for her daUghtef.'^earolyn, who was. celebratiftg ; .*'h"er sixth birthday: Guests were Penny Boevers, Marcia Anderson, Jeannette Gingerich, SandrS Batt and Diane Frank!. Games were played and the afternoon closed with the serving of refreshments. • Surprise Mrs. Boevers— Mrs. Don Boevers was given a surprise last week Tuesday evening by Mrs. Gerald Voigt and Mrs. Gene Huskamp, of Fenton, who brought a pot luck dinner in celebration of her birthday. In the evening the women and then- husbands did some bowling. Pot Luck Dinner—;, The Union Mothets & Daughters club will 'holH & pot luck Hinner. Thursday' noon, a't the Lawrence Gisch home.' Members will bring covered-'dishes. ** •* ' A Birthday Party— ^,, Mrs. Evard Bryant \rfasffionorcc at a birthday party Sunday evening at her home. Gvreils - were -Messrs, and Mcsdarmfs Chris Wallukait, Casey Thul, Algona, and George' and Gordon Foth, Livermore, also George Kraschel, Rolfe. The evening was spent playing. ca^ds^.and refreshments were .served./"' Fellow"s"hip!*B|nner— . / A lelldwsfwp covered diph, dinner will^bc^* served. Thursday, March ll;,'at'G:3q p. m^ in.,the Methodist 'church dinmg* room. Each family is-to bring a picnic dinner but coffee andocneam' will be furnished. They should also bring their own djsb.eSf.aTid silver., Following supper there will be a short meeting of the official board, .after whfiWi^a free movie will be shown. Riverdsle Club— t * ^ The Riverdale friendly club met last Wednesdays M#rch 3, at the home of Mrs. Mary Capesius, Mrs. Caroline Weydje^ll^assisting hostess. . , ' There were 15 members present, also guests Mrs. John Capesius and Miss Joyce <Ca'pesius. Election of officers was held and it was voted to retain the Incumbent officers, who are: Mrs. Vivian Schoby, president, Mrs. Anna Halsrud, vicrf president, and .Mrs. Margapete Wey- Jert, secretary-treasurer,* Mrs. Marie Bernau was' -eheisen club mother year.. The next meeting v$ll be April Buy Furs Now ^r f ^ - ^ . For Next Winter And Beat the Rising S Market FIjTi?%flP^ 1JL1IL OUvf " *. ( ', _ ^ L,^» ! Friday & Saturday/ March 12 and 13 i ' *> i ,< i. . 1 f. Fwr maikf! priws ,qrs gelng wp,, gp, x ln thf face ef these ri?ing art , jVu % ;' "-<, J t .'-li -i H/ The tioan Women's club met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Henry Mertz. Officers for hext year were 1 elected. They are: Mrs. John 'Miller, president; Mrs. 1 FrW As^ vice-prcsi- deht; Mrs. Brjten Asa, secretary; Mrs. Harold Martinek, treasurer. The .club • v6ted' to send a cash contribution'toward educational '•elief in Holl&nd. Program numbers were American historical novels, given by Mrs, Martinek, and' Homd' Entertainment by Mrs. Tom Voting.' Mrs. Loyal Young was a guest. H6sless to W, S7*C. S.— Mrs. W. C. Taylor entertained the Sexton W. S. C. S. at her home Wednesday With' 15 ladies present. Mrs. Taylor was presented with a lovely gold necklace and earrings for her past 15 years service a£ their Aid. ' treasurer in Skating Party Honors— Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Vaughn took Louise Sorenson, Meda Oldaker, Katherine - Reisner, and their daughtei-'Alice Ann, to Emmetsburg, Friday evening, for a skating party, in celebration of her birthday. En route home they stopped at I 1 Van's for lunch. Surprise on Birthday— v A party, was given at the Les- :er Schumachers, .'^Friday evening, a surprise in' celebration of Mrs. Schumacher's birthday. Those attending were Messrs. and Mesdames Henry Mevgen, Charles -Kimz -artd' Simo'n Weber of Whittemore, Alvin Kunz Jr., Louis Schumache'ri Lewis Marshall, Raymond Jieller, Cle- tiis Elbert/-' Be'rt Baldwin, and Balclwitt St. was spent a't cards, , score prices Were Wort fey, Calif lea Runz Jr. and ttn. MalfsHSllV score by Lewis Marshall- , Mrs. Elbert, macher won., and L'dlliS the tfaVel , Schu- pHie. , . Lunch was^served at the'clo'Se of the eVenfhg. WANT ADS Wanted WANTED-WOMAN FOR K1T- chen work at the Algona'Coun- try Club. Ralph Mledke, phone 977-W. ' Ul6al4 SALESMAN WANTED—WRITE immediately for full information how to establish profitable Rawleigh business. You will 1 be surprised at big results others secure. No selling experience necessary to start. No capital required. Golden opportunity to build up solid business. Rawleigh's, t)ept. 1AC-51-143, Freeport, 111. ulO" AVON PRODUCTS INC. NEEDS sales representatives in your community. Pleasant profitable work. Hours at your convenience. Write P. O. Box 523, Fort Dodge, Iowa. uiO-l2a22 I MUST GET A MAN AT:ONCE in this community to work will} our District Manager,'' Must have car and be over' 28 years of age. This work is in line with the Greater Food Production Program. Permanent work, good pay for man who has lived,ori farm. Write Box 400, Algona. ulOa52 SALESMEN—RAPID SELLING line that assures you success; no investment; salary $iO per day while learning; after that can \ v earn $78-$i6'6 & Week ih commls' sions. Write to Ihe Northwestern Woolen Company, Minneapolis'. Minn. ulOa34 WANTED — HOUSEKEEPER, girl or middle aged woman. W. A. Hammond, phone 2239, Wesley. ulOa* SALESMEN WANTED — GOOD Rawleigh business now open' in Southeast Kossuth County. Sell to 1500 families. See Wm. Blessie, Renwick, la,, or write Rawleigh's, Dept. IAC-50-SAA, Freeport, 111. ulO-12a27* WAJTED— OF1CE GIRL WHO can take dictation and do bookkeeping. Godden Monument Works, Algona. ulOa!4 WANTED Btf NORTHWEST Iowa's largest Roofing Co. — Reliable shingling, siding and flat top men. All applications will be treated confidentially. Write giving qualifications, experience, age, aftd references .to Ackerrnan Coal & Roofing Co., Box 21, Al' gona. Ul0a36 HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY for three aggressive salesmen—We offer exclusive territory on a complete line of home improvements on roofing, siding, insulation, aluminum windows and awnings, etc. We will train you. All applications confidential. Write giving qualifications, age, etc. to Ackerman Coal & Roofing Co., Box 21, Algona. u!0a49 WANT TO BUY — High chair. Phone 1008-J. a9u* W A ''N. TED IMMEDIATELY— Cashier.:, at Iowa Theatre, Algona Theatre Co., Inc. ' aDulp WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Capable cashier. Phone 35, Call Theatre, Algona. a9-10u9 ant.- Young mart with kftdw- ledge of accounting to work ih our cost department This work provides opportunity to specialize m cost analysis Work. Apply J6s, \Veidenhoff, Int., Algona, la, WANTED—EX G.I STANDARD Oil salesman urgently ih need of house of apt. One child school age. Will give references. Write K. R. Leffler, 216 10th Ave. N., Fort Dodge,- la., or call collect. Walnut 3908. u WANTED — MARRIED MAN, year around job, separate house, electricity, extras, school bus. Apply at once. Earl R. Chambers, phone 3F12, Corwith, Iowa. a8u21tf WANTED—GIRL OR ' MIDDLE aged lady for" general housework in modern home. west of Algona. Good Phone 1-F4 Algona. Van BUren. mile wages. Mrs. A, F. u9*10a* WANTED—MARRIED MAN FOR general farm work, small house with REA. No milking. R. M. Lindhorst, 147 N. Dodge, phone 958-LJ, Algona. uiO* SAVE UP TO 35% IN heat costs Wi;h riortirf Guard insulation Weather Stripping asphalt shingles. Free estimates for youi home. Write or call Gamble' Store, Algona; Phone 28. ulatf f beautiful, brand new Radio-Phonograph (Model 1290, Value $369.50 '''' ' ' ' l-Hj Plus f X ' $100 WORTH OF COLUMBIA RECORDS ?REE! Nothing to buy! Nothing to sell! ' Just write your name and address! Visit our Store this week. See and Hear, the complete line of brand new 1948 / ' PHILCO Radios and Radio-Phonographs just released! We want to be, certain that yoH-see the "new look" in radios, YOURS may be the IUCKY LOOK! Follow.These Easy Rules: \ -•J, .,., Come in today and ask for a 3 * FREE entry blank. f jSjgn your name and Address and return ,entry blank, to oyr ; ballot box. ~. • ' ,' , Annpimsenvent of the winner .will be made during, the BING f CROSBY RAPIO, P!?Q£RA,M pre* , KRNT at 9 Mqrsh 31* You DO NOT hqve to be present at the drawing to win.' 5 ' You may enter ypyr-.'name any time between NOW and Wed' time between NOW, and Wednesday, March «ver P«M« 6 PWICQ Dealers, and their fele to enter. Vi'i. •a^^^fli PK»fl»3Q6 UNITED VARIETY STORE (Formerly Cummings) JIM LYTLE, MGR. '4 Spring Accessories At Lower Prices—for Your Gala Easter Costume! NYLON HOSE $1.29 to $1.79 Phe new shades— new sheer weights—the right hose for your stunning new Spring Outfit! ONE GALLON DOES AVERAGE ROOM PASTEL SUAVEl IVORY . . HGi!7 R03G BtlGE . . r:,'.Cfi . . CHINESE BLUE . . LIGHT BUFF . . JONQUIL YrilOW . . PALE CREEN . . CRtAM . . CCRAL T.OSE . . COrT WMiTC Ccvers Any Interior Surfaca | No primers cr sea'ers netessary. One coat covers wallboard, wallpaper, calcimine, c!c! paint, concrete, plaster, plyv/cod, brick, m;!al, tnpin. jjtmm , : ^ Wuu _ l1 , ,„-,; • ; ^_ __ ! f's-^J, } % i*j I J'fl * ?-^3 $3.25 Oalbrt NORTH 'a! 606 DIAGONAL »i i t \ PHONED ¥ Featuring (he new fad "shorties" in black and white. HANDBAGS We <;an take care pf your fuel needs prom It's wise to have 1 ^ocjlj in your bin to c la$t • '' mer. ' • • -• • $1,98 to $2,98 / -»-, Keep Your FILLED With Our V©

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