The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 13
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*'V! h T<t ' ( , "Presbyterian Women Meet AfOttosen 1 OUosen—-The Presbyterian wo- ™. e " we* Friday at the chUrch, With Mrs. Gtorge Cooper and Mrs, Earl Long hostesses. In a business meeting, the following donations were vpted; $15 foufbr- *i g ?' national, and local missions; f 2 for a Thahkoffering at a meet' " g 1* *°£Well -Pity; I* dollar's worth of Easter-seals;, and $2 to !UK* i S ross ; ' Jt wa ^ decided that at the, hesit meeting each member should bring 'either pencils, crayolas, needles, or anything else to be sent to a children's missionary school. , This week Friday the group will clean the church basement and paint it. Each member Is to take mop and broom, and hei dinner; the whole day will be spent on the cleaning. Mrs. Max Clark, .Mrs. Mike Coyle, and Mrs Joc,Leitl were named on a committee to get paint and to notify members. , • For the program 1 the Rev. W F. Schneck read a letter from Dorothy Foster, a missionary in tiie United States at the Cotton Plant Academy at Cotton Plant, Afk. The next meeting, will be held April 2. Mrs.^Ralph:Richards and Mrs. William Cooper as hostesses. wore at the Legion 'Auxiliary, Meets The Legion Auxiliary held an all-day rag-sewing meeting at Mrs. John Coyle's Tuesday, 13 members and three guests attending. "" In the afternoon a business meeting was held, with discussion of the local "Opportunity Show" last Wednesday and Thursday evenings. This show proved to be a huge success. The group voted to buy a dollar's worth of Easter seals. The next meeting will be an all-day rag-sewing meeting at Mrs. Antone Speich's April 13, .Visitors at Mrs. Coyle's were Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Sam Kropf, and Mrs. Harold'Johnson of Thor. Mrs. Ralph. Richards and Mrs. Roy Enockson .returned lasti **^-T"-i Qlfi, ? OC H$ 1 W,* and Mr3. Irvin'Movick returned Sat- 1» y \, A11 * > nad bcen going through the Mayo clinic. Mr, ..and Mrs. Paul Berninghaus, West Bend, were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Antotte Speich home.^ Mike Coyle' attend /Bureau directors' rrtee Humboldt last Monday^ Mr. ahd Mrs. Roy Teffj Sunday afternoon callerVa, U1C Gordon Larson home nefr Bode. Ralph \Facobson, Dearie Telford, Paul and Eldon Meyer attended a basketball tourney at Laurens Saturday evening.' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius were Sunday dinner guests*at the daughter!Mrs. Knut Oppefl|hl's; ' Opol Simpson To Head 4-Corners M.&D.Cliib) four Corners—The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs Thelma Ramus, assisted by Mrs Susie,,Witham. New officers were elected for the comirfe year as follows. H '-, President. ''Opal SirrfRSorif. vice president, Grace BjustijBm; sccVe- tary and .treasurer, Cora -Smith 1 ass't secretary, Ruth Stephens; musician, Iva Witham; news reporter, Lucille Rich; second Vice president, Eula Rich. , but Was. feed himself. , unable to Bjustrom Hostess , Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom entertained at an evening party last wee k Wednesday jn honoi'-»of Verne Walker's 21st birth'daf^ Guests included Mrs. Violet Walker, Merlin and Durwood. The Lewis Brocsdcr family of Irvihglon, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walker, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lending, Inez. Bernice. Bob and Billy of Bancroft, 'Mr. and Mrs. John Sattin. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ca»ntpnoy ( Edward Rich and Mary PI art, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker; Bornieco and Lester Walker, Mart Elmore, Charles,, Earl and Verla, Henry Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. James Elmore. The evening Vas spent playing cards and lunchWas served. . • »• Called By Illness Earl Miller left Tuesday for Omaha, Nebraska called by the serious.; condition of his father who had suffered a- severe.; heart attack. He was somew"nflt<improv- ed when Earl returned home,Sat- Visit At Robinson's Mrs. Pearl De Muth, son Dwayne and a girl friend of Milfqrd were Sunday visitors at the'C-. N. Robinsons. Other guests were Mrs* Earl iMIler and Jacqueline, Algona and the Keith Stephens family. Buys Home In Alerona \ Mrs. Violet Walker has purchased a home in Algona near ,the ice dream factory and plans to move in about the middle of April, Surprise af Softool Pupils and.lcachcr, Mrs. Gcne- Vieve'Geprittn had a surprise party for Wait* Smith on his birthday MondayT'at the school house. Lunch was furnished and served by, the pupils.\, Mr. Virgil Wilson, daughter Sub Ann and Mrs. Mellon Chrislcnscn of Whittemore called at tiie Edward Rich home; Monday even- ng to report the birth of a daughter to the Wilsons at the General hospital, Algdna Monday morning. The little girl weighed 6 ?bs. 6 ounces and'h.as been nam- ' ed Betty Mario'. Virgil is a brother of Mrs. Ric'h; ®( Mr. and Mrs, Leo ''Ramus were called to Des'M.oines- Saturday by the serious illness of Leo's mother -who underwent, a serious opera- lion in a Des M'oines hospital. Howard Wilham was taking care of the farm chores. Express Office Is District Leader-,••* Only the Algorta office of the- Railway Express has shoWn". ah increase in express business f6r the. last two months. There are 37 offices in this district, and Jud St. John, local agent, said that the report shoW- ed that Algona was the only one jWilh .increases over a year ago. In January the increase was 11 •percent and in February it was 8.4 percent. Spencer's office, in February, showed a decrease of 27.2 percent. Don't pirin'hair ot pAtl basement when a full basement costs no more. • RichlefsTit^nka, On Westem- SPRING NEEDS 1 Now WJitJc 1\'e Power Motors BRIGGS & STRATTON GAS MOTOR Titonka—Mr. and-v^ Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs left Wednesday, March 10, for Mesa, Ariz,., to join Dr. W. F. Hamstreet, Mrs. Hamstreet and the daughter Twyliah for a short vacation. The Hamstreets left here th'ree weeks ago for the bencm ot Mrs. Hamstreet's heal% She has been sick much of the Winter. The trip to Arizona was made by car at easy stages and Mrs. Hamstreet stood the trip .well. They are located -about six miles from Mesa which is..in the Salt River valley. Mesa is. in the heart of a Mormon settlement and has one of three Mormon tabernacles in the United States. Don't buy a lot, the shape of vhich will make the location of he house Ta difficult and-costly problem. • $13995 Edipsc ^iid it Aiiicrican MOWERS •Spring Tootli LAWN LHAAS HARDWARE Good Wiring And Good Lighting Is...... \ - . 1 «« 4 - ' ;' . f ' V V* ' ' • ^*TI- ^ • r«i The SparJ* Plug the Home 91 | nil ,r. -i For 18 Years, Electrical " Contracting For North Iowa Hat Stands the Test of Time! f-' r • Industrial and Residential Power and Light Wiring is ou/,Speciq!ty. We inyite a chance to Jalk it over, or to bid on-any job, Iqrge or small, at anytime. — , North lo,wa y s most complete stock of light fixtures is to;be found In our shop. We sell them, hang them and guarantee them. We invite you to Inspect them, .*,<i , MOTOR RiWlNDlNQ, REPAIRlNQ AND RBBUIIPINO $»*>. ' PHpNi 170 fuetttciyl Match 29, <g4fl ' Ate6fttf Irons' "Irons" Are Always in the Fire P. ft. IRON . * • Heating & Plumbing Dam' What Comes Natcherly The boys down at the newspaper phoned me last week and said they were going to print a real whooperrdooper of « building section in the paper. Th»y said they would welcome a erat.e or two of my good writing on any subject, just so long as it was Plumbing and Heating. The idea behind this effort, as I get it, is to point out some of the reasons why we can and ought to get more homes .in Algona. Everybody knows the crying need for same. Well, on went my thinkin' cap, and what I have writ here is what I came up with. Anyhow, talking Plumbing and Heating "justjcomes natcherly" to us out here at Irons. . We are .going to get a little more serious in pur column this week. In view of the fact there is some pretty goocl stuff on "What About Home Building in Algona?" in these pages, we are even taking a larger space this week. We are "doing it to give you Irons' ideas on the plumbing and heating situation, as) it pertains to home building foday. «* Plumbing and heating installations h.r/e always been costly items in building a home. Now there are some good reasons for Jhat. One of the^ main ones is not so much the cost of material and fixtures, jas jn the labor done on the site,. In normally constructed homes, where much of tjje work is hand-tajlored on fhe site, good planning can save a lot pf dollars for the home builder. We want to make plain that we consider the planning of a plumbing and heating installation just as important as the actual work. In njpst cases,, it js possible to save cpnsid- erably. ; . > ••'•-."- * Now a few words about:what to expect today. The plumbing and heating materials situation is very favorable to building., today, that is, .in securing them"! It .is best to allow a reasonable time to get the materials together,, but here.at, Irons' we have 'been' able, of late, to get eVerr many scarce'items without "foo" much difficulty. While steel pipe is slow in filming, copper is readily available/ arid soil pipe is loosening up. We might say we are getting enough right along' to handle house installations. Plumbing fixtures are continually being improved. We have a good many oMhem here at Irons' for your inspection. Toilets are quieter and easier to clean. Shower stalls are getting popular. Bathrooms should be designed to handle the many items- an average family manages to pile jap in this room. Many bathrooms are now being equipped with germicidal lamps for clean- , . llnes5,^Medicme_cabmet8^are' alsojbeing bjuilt in, in the wall next to the bathtub 1 . 1 ? v It.is surprising the .number of women who like to put on, or removeTosmeticTin the^ bathtub. It's important/too, to know that in a wood constructed hou'?e,'''a" bathtub will generally settle, leaving an unsightly crack between the linoleum, tile or plaster and the edge of the tub. 'in making installations, we like to jjjap^ against some of these small but mighty annoying and eventually costly jtems. ' v - •'.''• . ,-•••'''.'"."..>.. '•_/' ,."-- ; -.,,^ -^ '-' Right now, and in the weeks to come, we will be able to offer you most ' plumbing items, such as bathtubs, lavatories, closets and also all types of kitchen sinks. Furnaces of all types are available, and it is wise even for, owners of old '^ homes to consider-now-the wisdom of installing a.furnace that does not eat' fuel, whether coal or oil. • . * - ' ' i Here are spme of the famous makes of plumbing and heating' items you find at Irons'. These are makes you can depend upon, known from coast to copst for' quality. In bathroom fixtures, KOHLER, CRANE CQ., and AMERICAN RADIATOR &,STANDARD SANITARY, PETRO and BETTENDQRF P i| burner^ WINKLER foal stokers- all completely automatic, and as fine a stoker as you can buy. , «' '; T We feature LUXAIRE furnaces, a fine make, KIWANiE boilers; ond aUo ' AMiRICAN RADIATOR and Wgll-MclEAN boilers, Our line of HAU : MACI< be,fh- •, • room fixtures is a honey, '- / • • ' ] "'.'_. > , ""',,-'*•'•' v ' j ' '^ • t We wovld like to have you think of Irons' yvheh.yow C9n*ider home bjuilding;';, f pr remodeling, We believe we cgn sqve you money, pnd'trouble, by peintingjpwf^,/.' the qsigst and safest roads, gnd by helping yoy sepqrgtglqlse^sepQrnles.lrefC^f genuine worthwhile scjvingfi, " % [ / • \ ^,?\\^£#i*® 90 : i pert glad to "taJH it « V fr" with V*«**wjjh»y!' « n n »n>«ll..l , • , , '' .

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