The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1943
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r The Algohft Upper Oes Motors, Algona, Iowa, March 4, MARCH 1ST MOVERS MANY CHANGES IN SENECA AREA \ fleneca->-Tliere have been several familie^ moving lit the Seneca com' Jftttnlty this'past week. The Lawrence Hantlemana moved onto the 'Clarence Gardner place, which they purchased last fall. The Clarence Gardners moved near Tltonka. THe Marlnus Nielsens moved to a •farm southeast of Lone Rock. Gee. Johnsons of near Armstrong moved onto the place vacated by the :Njtelsens, 'The C. C. Volghts are living on the place they purchased attd Roy Millers from the Bancroft -•vicinity moved there. The Leonard Andersdns, who worked for'Will Blmerv moved to another vicinity bid Mr. and Mrs. Abel Hauge of Iceland, loWa, haye moved In there. "The Lester Dentons moved" several day* ago to the old Swan place .and the Carol Carlson family from fteaf; Buffalo centef have indeed there. Mh ahd Mrs. Kenneth Hal' verson of Irenton have taken rooms at the Thompfldh Bros, home. MI*. and Mrs. (Faye Harmon moved .q thel* farm which they recently pur-' chased in the vicinity of Grant and a brother, Chester Harmon 1 , lives where,thd Faye Harmons lived. The Marvin Rueeks of near Lone Rock moved onto the place vacate by the Lawrence Hantiemans. Th Chas. McKeans moved about 2V miles directly north of their prev lous farm and Gladys Dotson and her husband have moved onto th McKeair place. The JPoX family, whi Worked for Patty Warren, haVi moved near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Osborrr anc family spent .Sunday afternoon 1 a the Wm. Qsborn home. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. (Lester Jensen attended a horse show and sate a Rlppey, Iowa, last Friday. Titonka Vicinity News Items Know Your America AMERICANS WERE AriMDVvSV A3 *OLO HICKORY," "TIPPECANOE: AND ""THE LITTLE GIANT" RESPECTIVELY - Send Your Easter Cleaning NOW and have it ready when you want it. Don't wait until the last minute "Vhen conditions beyond our control may cause us to disappoint you. Llk Cleaners^Turners PHONE 330 • OPP. POST OFFICE-ALGONA.IOWA NORMAN & PERRY ANSWER ; Andrew Jackson was known as "Old Hickory"; William Henry Harrison MB Tippecanoe"; Stephen A. Douglas as 'the "Little Giant". flUnUHUlUIIIIHItUIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII HO MATTER HOW LITTLE GAS YOU BUY- _ . . x he chances are you can't buy Pefter £ Regular Price than famous *' -And even though you don't need Poly Gas as often as you once did, a point to stop at your Phillips 66 Dealer's once a week ... to take advantage of the many helpful services the Phillips man offers to help your car and your tires last longer,and go further, By inspecting your car regularly, the Phillips 66 Service. Man cgn sometimes spot trouble before it starts... and help you The next time you're ready to . to avoid it. Remember, whether turn, in a gasoline ration CPU- ' you need four gallons of fcon, drive in at the familiar Phillips 66 Poly Gas or no gas Orange and Black Phillips 66 at all, you are always welcome Shield and ask for Poly Gas,, t , at your Phillips Dealer's, See the name that's famous for pep him often! and roijeag?, , FOR VICTORY Huy M.S. War Fonds and Stamps - Hours of Service ««" ^To Oopform Witft Pet, Or^ep No, 5 Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tesch were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Budlong. iMra. Onno (Burns and Tena and Henry were Sunday visitors in the Ben \N. Meyer home. fbf. and Mrs. fit. I. Torgeraon were Sunday evening visitors at the 1C. B. Egesdal home. Mtf and Mrs. Harold Taft and son Mickey Spent Sunday at the parental W. A. Taft home at Fairmont. ' • '•• Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zwlefel and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller visited with Mrs. Rose Hefty at Renwick Sunday. Mrs 1 . John iRolfsema of Des Molnes cattle Friday to visit at the home of her daughter Mrs. Carl F. Callles. < ; (Mr. and Mrs. Fred Welp and Lorraine of Swea City were Sunday evening callers at the Menno Fuls home. x Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blakely and Jimtnle of Buffalo Center were Thursday visitors at the Earl Blakely home. Mr. and Mrs. Helro Bockelman and 'Harold and George Meyer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rebuhum at Pocahontas. Mrs. Herbert Schubert and Roland and Mrs. Editiond Sorenson of Crystal Lake were Friday afternoon callers at the Art Hench home. (Mrs. iLeota Schutzer returned tiome Saturday from the Kossuth hospital where she recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. iMr. and Mrs. C. 3. JDewall and! family and Mrs". Dick Fasteneau of St. James, Minn., visited with the John Holtlf family near Woden Sunday. Mr. and -Mrs. Edward Sathoff and Craig, Mrs. Marie Sathoff and John Swanson visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Steeberg Jr. at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Guy Barton were visiting Monday with Mr. .and Mrs. Otto Hansen at Belmond. Mrs., Hansen recently returned home from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sathoff and Craig were supper guests at the T. A. Dunmlre home Monday evening In honor of Carol Dun mire's fifth birthdajy. Mrs. Wayne Miller and Rosslyn Mrs. L. F. Callles and Mrs. Lester Callles took Ola Mae Miller to Buffalo Center and visited with th Ray Miller family Sunday. Mrs. Florence Reaser and son Doyle returned . home Saturday from Iowa City where Doyle had a check-up and had to return to a cast for another four months. CMr. and Mrs. Art Hench and Richard spent Sunday at the Aleck Ezarski home at Br.itt. C, B. Hench accompanied them and visited at ; the Elmer Sheets home. Mrs. Helen Beenken and Tena were dinner guests at the Warner Beenkens home Sunday. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer and Richard and Benjamin and Kenneth Cordes, Harris Sonnenberg and Joseph Kline also called. i MANY FARMER MOVES MADE MARCH 1ST IN FENTON NEIGHBORHOOD Ordey N«. «9 Pr«WWto Vf Frflni Qlvln* Cr«dJ<i to a' ^ W .u..^.. ..».,..- .^4'«'. f / \ ^BWIwBIP^*l™™S J^" fl^P^RP^^P ^^w ^F^F^P ^^_^J?(P"^^F S^Ffl^HBI^^P^ffWV HUHM lull C&. rMrtrlbJitftM , / C^Mk HUilfitnan AKABI a^^HPS^W «^8E SWKift fl6S*W** jfl¥ H FT!™* *i v T r-^WSBS * ™3W^^B^WW^p TSBV™''** (Penton—^Mr. and Mrs. Emil 31eckwenn aird daughter of Ruthven moved Into Mrs. John Dempsey's house vacated by the William Stigman family who moved into he house they bought and vacated by the Gerhart iHantelman fam- ly. The Hantelmans bought the louse vacated by the Shelby Weis>rods who moved into the upstairs •ooma at Mrs. Tena Newels. The tohn Geitzehauer fa'mHy of Lone lock moved into the house owned )y H. iH. Dreyer, formerly owned by Fred Daw; The M. E. Wallaces moved Into the Fred Boyken house acated by the Chas. Glaus and Cenneth Halvorson families. The Erie Reldes of Estherville moved n the farm where the Wallaces had lived and the Glaus* will move o Portland, Oregon. The Halvor- ons have rooms at Kenneth Thompsons near Seneca. The Chas. Schultz'a moved to a farm east of Lone Rock and a Hynan amUy of near Lone Rock moved o the farm vacated by the Schultz family. The Bennie Berklarrds to the Tom Berkland farm and the Jay Egland family to the farm vacated by the Berklands. The A.. H. Speths to the farm vacated by Eli Gerbers who moved near West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause to the Speth farm. Mr. and Mrs.<J5on Elbert to a farm three miles east of Cylinder and the Bob Oordaman family from east of Ringsted to the farm vacated by the ^Siberia. Mrs. Minnte Dreyer of Corwith spent Sunday at the Everett Dreyer home. Mrs. Hans Baaco visited frnm Thursday. to Sunday with her daughter Leona at Mason City. • Mrs. J. A. Mueller entertained the Afternoon Bridge Club on Saturday. Mrs. Arlo Ranney won high score honors and Mrs. E, C. Weisbrod second high. iDora Glaus, who' has 'been employed at Des Molnes, came lasl week to be with her mother, Mrs Chas. Glaus, and will :accpmpany her to Portland, Oregon. [Barbara Frank .and LaVonne Newel who attend State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, spent from Friday to Wednesday at the parental E. J. Frank and' Chas Newel homes. IMr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller and Mr, and Mrs. Darwin Lairtz of Somers, visited Sunday at the' Rev F. C. Preul' home. Before coming to Fenton the Rev, Preul had the Somers charge. Mr. and Mrs. HJlbert Bierstedt are parents of an eight and three- quarters pound son born Sunday night, 'February 21st, at the E metsburg hospital. He has been named Charles William. Vernon Fiimestad and Dorothy Ann Cody who attend Augustana Academy at Canton, S. D., came home- Saturday for a visit until Thursday at the parental John Finnestad and Amer Cody homes. WEST BEND NEWS James M. iDahlhauser left Monday for induction into the Army. Chas. B. Thatcher was a business visitor in 'Emmetsburg Tuesday. Mrs, Vick Reid, of Palmer, visited her father-in-law, J. L. Reid, Saturday. iSupt. and Mrs. A. R. McMullen spent the week-end with his parents at Coggon, Iowa. Miss Florence Ford of St. Paul spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. John Ford. Miss Tena . Atwood of Chicago spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Kenneth Anderegg Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mertz, Bette and Jack, were week-end visitors at the 'Don Mertz home in Cherokee, Iowa. Capt. E. W. Currey, of Chicago, and Roy Smith, of Colesburg, spent Friday and Saturday with Kenneth Anderegg. [Private Tony Besch returned to camp in Florida, where he is stationed, after_a..vlsit with his par- SENECA NEWS Mr, and Mrs. Earl CJrouch and VIr. and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen at:ended a young married folks farm Bureau dinner at the Burt hotel ast Thursday. Sunday dinner guests at the Kenneth Thompson home included Mr, and Mrs. Carl Hauge, Mr, and Mrs, Anderson and Mrs. Bertram Hauge all of near Leland, Iowa. David- J. Quill,, of the Luther Theological Seminary, St, Paul, kpnn., •will conduct divine services at the local /Lutheran church Sunday .morning, March 7, at U;30 o'clock, i (Mr, land Mrs. Jens Fet«rsen a nily spent Sunday afternoon at he Walter GJaanapp home near Ringsted. Donna 'Glaanapp was celebrating her sixth birthday an J, W. BoWft-who *ub»!tte4 ft uaajof pper»ttpn at St. 'Mary's hospital a,* Rochester last Wednesday hgs bees enjoyjnfr a weedy re* covery and was. expected, home the " of tjio we$k, and. if*, Martta WUb« 5 0*4 family and tnft 'Jnuenrv, OLoofts BDent ."^T|H*< ™* »• *M f W^M " * W^*^**^ "fn 5 *"" «* 1&9 Harry Depend on us, for prompt, expert cervice at 'reasonable prices. We'll help you be sure your furnace Is kept in good shape. /" The factory provides us with 24-hour- a-day service on genuine repair parti for Green Colonial furnaces. J NEW FURNACES? II your present furnace la bayond use or repair* you can still buy a new Green Colonial. Ask us about it. Laing & Muckey Phone 404 N. Dodge St. ALGONA, IOWA GREEN COLONIAL FURNACE SERVICE FASTER GAINS WITH LESS FEED on CONCRETE FEEDING FLOORS Feeding floors made with clean, long-testing concrete will help yon raise more pork for war needs. They pave pig* by keep* Ing them cleaner and healthier -rsavs feed Otberwia* trampled In the faster gains, »ore pork pw fewbf} 9j ffe4, [CflacretsipproTO, fw & any fin4 jinny postal fer youjr j?opy can 49 tb° Jobt fi for names. ents, Mr. and MM. John Besch. Mr. and Mr«. R. B. Bernlnghaus and Mr. and Mr* 1 . Kiddle Anllker Were business visitors in Des Molnes Tuesday. iMr. and Mrs. Verne Miller of Meservey, Iowa, were week-eind visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. |Mr. and Mrs. JDuane Wilcox and sons, of iFort Dodge, spent Sunday at the home of her father, Bert Mantz, and with other relatives. •Books are being left with Miss Nora Collins or at the Hale Beauty Shop for the Victory Book campaign which must be completed by March 1. • Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church met at the home of Mrs. Jerry Schutter with Mrs. Clifford. Munson as hostess on Feb. 19. Harold Edward? arrived home from San Francisco Saturday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Qmer Edwards. He has a 15 day furlough. • Charles Thorsen and two daughters returned to their home In Graettlnger Tuesday after a visit at the home of her father, Emery Bevard. Sgt. Richard Barber Is,, spending his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray N. Barber. 1 His brother, James Barber and family of Belmond, were week-end visitors at the Ray N. Barber home. Miss Lela Frleden, wno Is teaching in the Anamosa school, underwent an appendicitis operation in- a hospital at that place on Tues- day morning. (Late reports are that she Is getting 'along as Well AS could be expected. frhe West Bend consolidated school has been dismissed every afternoon at 3 o'clock the past Week so the school faculty and high school students could help with the new ration books. The School house has been open every evening until 9 o'clock. 'Blalne Haskln, who was sworn In as a member of the Air Corps Reserve on December 8, and who since has been attending Crelghton College, Omaha, came back last week and on Monday left for Jefferson Barracks, Mo. After preliminary training there he .will be sent elsewhere. The West Bend war 'bond committee has been In session the past week receiving pledges from residents of this place. The. city hall remained op^n Friday evening to give those who were not able to see the committee at the specified time, a chance to make their pledges. The quota has been raised over last year's quota. IRobert Roberts, son of B. L. Roberts ha.? returned to the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, after spending the past week with his father and sister, Miss Virginia Lou Roberts. He enlisted as a yeoman 1st class some time ago and has .been stationed at Great Lakes since that time. He has transferred to the 'Naval Air Corps and will report for duty at Los Angeles March 2. Oir (While toeing transferred to a Marine training camp, Arnold Roy- ndlds of Grutidy Center thought for a' time he might be going back home. The railroad car in which he was riding bWke 'Sway the train and started feffck , fh6 tfttekS. TOefg wtiri fid ; gerous curves In the irl«i"MI car finally came to a stop. We of the c&r was hot noticed ' Read The Want Ads—It Pays. CHATTER BOX One of these days Spring will burst upon us and there will be a mad scramble of housewives to clean house and brighten all the corners. (We have a lot of things in our store to ease housecleaning efforts and many, many new things tio make your home more attractive. Stop in and look around. JLR (If you have some walla that need attention, whether they are painted or papered, we suggest that you try Kern- Tone, the;,., modern miracle wall finish. It covers the wallpaper or paint and washes easily, pries in one hour. One coat covers. JLR Kern-Tone Is economical to use. One gallon of Kern-Tone, mixed with water makes VA gallons of paint. It can be applied with a brush or with a Kem-Tone Roller-Koater. It Sells for 98c a quart or $2.08 a 'gallon. • JLR Have you ever seen our. Minute Mop and Drainer? It is really quite the easiest mop to use we have ever seen—takes the drudgery out • of mopping and cleaning. You . don't even have to, eet your hands in the water. You ~ merely rest the Minute Mop on the drainter, lean- on the handle, and It easily drains Itself. Sells- for |1.45. JLR , What will they think of next? Watch our Chatter Box. JLR Our iBird Armorlite linoleum rugs will brighten up any room. See this line of new linoleums which we have added to our stock. Bird Ar- morlite Rugs clean easter, stay brighter, and last longer. We also have the linoleum by the yard. JLR Are you getting along with an insufficient number of kitchen utensils thinking you are unable to buy them? We have a wonderful stock of porcelain ware in'cluding ket- tlest pans, sauce pans, dippers, etc. You will enjoy your kitchen duties' more if you have adequate cooking utensils. JLR (We haye saved an extra special announcement until "the end of our story. We have a shipment, of LAWN MOW- ' ERS—the well known Turf Master and Grass Groomers —with rubber tires! If you are looking for a lawn mower this is your golden opportunity, but don't wait too long. -' J. L. Richardson Hdw. &\i£t •*SH-N <ftV>A r ; V' tt $k&4' '' .<T? you couw> Pipe THEM PUNPFQIPEPI with mothers an4 daughters al%, it's ee,ny-roeeny-nwny-5BP when kV '* it fames to choofing Kalf Gwnwtfs, YOU cpu^4 pick m^ from 9W wonderful ajtsortnwnt o| $tyle« in priawss, diredl, basaue and tailored tiroes and he haoov Or voii'll orohablv WV P 4*l~ !?••« 8WV*™n "I,* W*f9 ^™ '"JrJT/? ^r^ /?"* *f K*SfB'JML^IJ want to feuy your youngster» whole wardro^,,. $hfH 5M»; «u. u« -».^«.-j ««, ... 3 to ,gj - m ^ gc^so^ sfnjftt^ 'A"C '„ *»->-.- V^i A dirndl drew of Pebble Beach Spun Rayon. In Royal, LugCage.Kdl7.8bM A basque style in Nauau Aqua, Hor^on Blue, CJwoa, Coral White embroidery oo aH colors. Sizes 9 to 15, $1055

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