The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1943
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MRS, GLUE BRUNS IN AUTO SPILL AT WESLEY SATURDAY jfa Algon* trpjKf fiig mm, Atg^ ftma, Apii " ^ •" -7f m ' / " i'S f ' , '! ' ' s . < Wesley—Mrs. OIHe tonka suffered bruise* 6n het shoulders Saturday morning on the tltotika cornaf just west of We* tey, gHs w« enwuW to'the a'ftell ing cbntest at Algeria and on turft Iftg onto the pavement, which wa slippery, her oaf swerved attmiv and tipped over Intd the ditch. *fti ear wcis slightly damaged arid Mrs Bruns proceeded on to Algoha. She Is the mother of Oeraldlne Bfuns who is employed In the Exchange State Bank here. Mrs. Bruns teaches the Ole Flom school north of town ^"^^B^B^ssssass^HBSHSSSBSSBBrssSSB^SSS Used Machinery l&l i,H,C, Model "M" pick-up baler with motor, ??,2 01 l£ tioned fteg* 18 * 1 Farmall with cultivator Affls-Chalmers 20-35 tractor—good I. H. 0,15-30 tractor John Deere com planter John Deere corn binder iO-ft, Disc, overhauled i Several usejd plows—2 and 3 bottom 5-ft, Dain mower • • Q-as engine Garden cultivator, 1-horse Wagon with box Several good,, used cream separators, one with motor Pump Jack Hammer-mill belt Very good used Brooder house, 8x10, on skids. A real bargain. ' - NEW GOODS - Hog Waterers 'Hog Feeders ^GALVANIZED POULTRY WATERERS Poultry Feeders (Note:—1 New 9'xl8' Brooder house - 700 chick size - ON HAND) Grass Seed - Seed Corn - Oil - Grease PLENTY OF REPAIR PARTS-See us early for those PLANTER PLATES. See Us For Honeymead Feeds How about selling us that old tractor or Implement you are not-using? We know of someone who needs It! We have a customer with a 1942 model Black Hawk 2-row tractor planter, wanting to trade It for) a late model 2-row horse planter. Bradley Bros. xnn iyi',j • ' 4*<A. -erw j^i _ _ . LONE ROCK GIRL WEDS ALGONA BOY THERE MARCH 22 Lone Rock—Viola, daughter of Mrs.' Charles Blerle of this pla6c, and Walter M., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dacken of Algona, were married Monday, March 22. at 2 o'clock at 'the Trinity Lutheran parsonage, the Rev. P. J. Braner officiating. The couple were at:ended by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nauman. Mrs. Nauman Is a sister of the bridegroom. The bride wore a black dress with white trimmings and a corsage of white roses 'and gardenias. A wedding supper was served at the home of the bride's later, Mrs. Ralph Blerstedt, assist- id by Mrs. Louis Reldel of Burt. SHOWER AT SNYDER HOME POK MRS. WALTER DACKEN Mrs. Ray Snyder and Mrs. Arthur Prelbe were hostesses at a shower at the Snyder home Thursday eve- ling honoring Mrs. Walter Dacken Viola Blerle). Guests weren Mary Ann Flalg, Algona; Mrs. Geo. Long, Titonka; Mrs. Marvin tCueck, Senca; Mrs. Maynard Kueck, Swea City; and Mrs. Evelyn Earing, Dorothy Hanson, Esther Hutchinon. Lucille Marlow, Maxine Flalg, Urs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Lloyd James, Miss tFern Beal, Miss lone -,-—.Ml*g Mafgafet < B un MI88 Katutetter, Mlg« Anna Duda and Ml«s Sautlben. Games were played and lurteh wtu» served by the hostesses. W. J. Cotton has Installed two more Incubators in his hatchery this week. "The Idle Hour,. Club met at the home of Mrs. Jennte Whltford on Thursday afternoon. The M. O. Richards family were guests at the Mn.urlce Blllsborough home at Tltonka Sunday. Mrs. Fred Kulow and children of Graettlnger were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Bmll Kraft home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krebsbach and Mrs. Bert Carr of Swea Oty and Mrs. Tom Lynch of Ledyard were guests at the Dave Lynch home Thursday evening. Mrs. M. H. Heiter of Marathon spent last week at the W. C. Heiter home. The W. C. Hellers and their guest and M. H. Heiter and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heiter of Marathon were dinner guests at tha Clatr Bellinger home Sunday. Mrs. M. H. returned home with her family. Mrs. Dennis Humes and daughter of Washington, D. C., arrived Friday for a visit at the Alex Radig home. Mrs. Humes was formerly Evelyn Radig. Dinner guests at the Radig home Sunday were the Harold Gross family, the .Donald Radig family, Mr. .and Mrs. Wilfred Radig and Mrs. Humes and daughter. PHILIP WINTER, FORMER LMOTAN. DIES IN MONTANA Lakota—(Relatives here received word Friday morning of the death of T>hHlp Winter at his home In Missoula, Mont. Mr. Winter, 70 years old, has not been well for several years, suffering with rheumatism but his death was not expected. Mr. and Mrs. Winter were married here 40 years ago and left for North Dakota, where they made their lome until about 10 years ago. They celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary February 4, 1943. There ire three sons and two daughters ivlng, one of whom, Michael, lives n Mason City. No details of funeral or death have yet been received. Urs. C. A. Winter and Mrs. Chas. -.owls, (Lakota, are mother and sis- er of the deceased. Many other relatives live here. shopping trip. .Mrs. Win. Curmett, wife of La- kola's coach, and little daughter tott recently for Burban, Mo., to vfoft- her parents. SuftvJay dinner guests at the W E. Gutknechts were Mr. and Mrs Roland Smith, Sr., the bwlght Smiths and Mrs. Delia Smith. Mrs. Harry Mussman drove to EJlmore Saturday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. F. C. Klester and Harry went Ihere Sunday and brought her home. John Heetland received word last week that their youngest daughter, who is employed in Aurora, 111., had undergone an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Heetland is in California where her son, Merle, who is in service, is in a hospital. The Olio Koppens and Kathryn Becker, Ihe Edward Dagges, the Emory Smiths and Mrs. Emma Smith, Lakota and the Roy Far- rlnglons, Foresl Clly were Sunday guesls al Ihe Bob Clemans, Tllon- ka, helping lillle John Clemans I celebrate a birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Halsey and son, Steven of Kansas City, Mo. brought Steven to his materna grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Carlson at Swea City last week where he will visit while his parents attend the funeral of M>. Halsey's father at Madrid, Iowa. The Moore Altizers, Popejoy, la. and Mr. And Mrs. George Beaver- ing, Buffalo Center, spent Sunday afternoon visiting at the George Altizers. Moore Is a son and Mrs. CLEAN Painted Surfaces LIKE MAGIC U«e No Riming No Drying tidy house |||lu Painted Surface Cleaner Order thlt Modern Hemekeeplng Aid from Your Groeer Beavertftg is & and Mr*, AlWiW, 8ft Sr. has beeft ill for nW8 thia year*. Loans COULD YOU fcSB • $60 - $100 - «2M OA MORE MOHT KOWf Get the money you need through us. Store bills, doctor Mils, insurance, taxes, buy clothes, feed and livestock — easy monthly payments. Special plan for the farmers. Confidential. L. S. Bohannon Phone 103 Algoitt, I*. PHONE 714 SO. HOTEL, ALGONA News Items of Wesley Vicinity 'Frank Kiouba was a Mason City caller Saturday afternoon. The American (Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday evening, April 5th. Mrs. George Vltzlhum is hostess. Jeannine and Rose Studer spent from Friday night till Sunday night at the Julius Kelch home in Algona. Julius Funnemark was expected home this week from a camp in Washington, having passed the ser- virje age. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain and children of Sexton spent Friday evening at the parental Ed Hildman home. Special Lenten services are being held in the Congregational church Wanted Women workers for candling eggs for. the army, navy and civilians of America. Experience not 'necessary. Good pay. Extra overtime. SWIFT & CO. Dairy and Poultry Plant Algona, Iowa 13-14 PLANT A VICTORY GARDEN .». F rid f.L evenln &s. They are studying "The Cross." * Mr. and Mrs. Everelt Harris and two children of Esthervllle were Sunday guesls at her parental Mr* August Engslrom home. Clare McCall, who has been em ployed by a lelephone company 1 California, has recently enlistc and is in Ihe Signal Corps. Mrs. James Sllbaugh returne home Sunday from Ralslon wher ?» £,?£ 3 P^ lt the pasl len days Mr. Silbaugh met her at Ft. Dodge Mrs. Sam Alne left Saturday fo Lewiston, HI., and will spend a few days there with her husband She will then accompany him home Mary Jane Studer, younges; daughter, of Mrs. Irene Studer spenl the week-end at her paterna grandparents home in St. Benedict. Lou Ricke and Otto Wolf spent Sunday at Festina, where they visited Mr. Ricke's twin daughters who live with their materna grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kunz entertained Dr. and Mrs. H, H. Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon and Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Roat at a 6:30 dinner Sunday. Ed Garman observed his 21st birthday Saturday. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. August Garman and is truck operator for the Farmers Elevator and Lumber Co. IA baby boy, John Henry, was born Wednesday, March 24, to Mr and Mrs. Henry Kessler al Marshalltown. This Is their first child and the mother is the former Lucille Kunz, daughter of Mrs. Ann Kunz, now of Des Moines, former Wesley residents. LIEUT. LARRY STAFFORD RETURNS TO EAST CAMP The Jerry Heetlands entertained •elatives at a dinner party Friday ind other relatives at an evening >arty honoring their son-in-law, Lieut. Larry Stafford, who was here on a furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena entertained the Staffords at dinner Saturday evening. Mrs. Staford took her husband to Mason City Sunday morning where he took a train back to camp on the east coast, where he will be an instructor In Edgewood "Arsenal In Maryland. Florence and Joan Meet- land accompanied the Staffords to Mason CHy. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine, Algona were Sunday visitors at the J. H. Warburtons. Harry Warburton left Monday morning for Ames in the interests of the Crlpanger Nursery of Elmore, Minn. Andrew Hastings, Helen Davidson and Elsie Endreland drove to Albert iLea, Minn., Saturday on a FOOT/JVC IF FURNAC* REPAIRS- Depend on u* lor prompt, expert service at reasonable prices. We'll help you be sure your furnace la kept in good shapa. The factory provides u* with 24-hour«-day service on genuine repair parts for Green Colonial furnaces. NEW FURNACES? II your promt lurnac* U boyond u»« or Laing & Muckey hone 464 N. Dodge Si AIX10NA, IOWA GREEN COLONIAL lilivlliin Step Sboes Here's how to keep your style —and never miss a mile! Rhythm Step shoes —for first aid classes, defense activities, sparkling social affairs. So dainty it's hard to believe they can really give you a triple "lift" —at heefj arch and ball of your foot. Yes, glamour "keeps going"—in Rhythm Step shoes. Kresensky's Black Patent Leather $TT95 7 MILDRED Blue Gabardine 7.95 MAKE THE 3-STEP TEST... 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