The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1943 · Page 8
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,, ,,. „ , ,„„ .,,.,.,, r tile Alfettt Ufl*r DM UteM, Al|dt»i, lowt, JiiJ* 17, till Good Mope Fellowship Croup Met Sunday Good Hope—Thirty-five young people gathered at the home of Ben Reid Sunday evening for their weekly Methodist Youth Fellowship meeting. Plans were made lor a number of the group to attend the Methodist older youth camp at Lake Okoboji. BANCROFT NEWS The Youth Fellowship are having a skating party Thursday of this week at the Titonka skating rink. The Sunday morning worship service this coming Sunday will be conducted by the Sunday School department as they present their annual Sunday School program. This will consist of music, readings, recitations, playlets and a children's sermon by the pastor. Hauptmans, Wesley, Observe Anniversary Wesley—Sister Hermenegild of St. Francis Convent, Milwaukee, spent several days recently at her parental Ed Hauplman home. She taught at Farmer, S. D., last year. Three other Hauptman daughters and their families also visited the past and Mrs. their parents during week. They were Mr. (Agnes) John F. Arenf and family of Charles City; Mr. and Mrs. (Clara) Jack Thissen and family of Fort Dodge; and Mr. and Mrs. (Erma) Harry Barton and family of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Hauptman's 50th wedding anniversary is July 18th but the Sister was unable to get there at that time so they observed the occasion now. Thursday was the Arenf's 25th wedding anniversary. TITONKA NEWS The Titonka Telephone Co. has just issued new directories. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Peterson were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Buffington. Marietta and Paul Brum of Mason City called on friends in Titonka on Sunday afternoon. The Senior class of '41 held its annual picnic supper at Call Park in Algona on Sunday evening. Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgerson were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Caliies. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newville of Mason City spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Chus. Newille. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Lockrem of Thompson called at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Norris Keil Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Ward and Donna called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson at Wesley on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Phillips and Warren of Woden were Sunday afternoon callers at the Henry Schrader residence. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Falk and Phyllis were Sunday dinner guests at the home o£ Mr. and Mrs. E. Hopkins of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell of Buffalo Center called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Schram on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Al Young and family were Friday evening supper guests ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olier Young, Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Intermill and Janice visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Recker in Buifalo Center on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Krominga, Paul, Roger and Diane, called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Krominga on Sunday evening. Mrs. George Johnson, who has been ill for the past week, has gone to Colfax for treatment. Myrtle Johnson accompanied her Mrs. Harold Miller, Mrs. Leonard Caliies, Mrs. Wayne Miller and Mrs. Henry Korle, Jr., were Forest City business callers Friday. Mr. arid Mrs. Karl Sunderman nnd Jackie anil Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreesman and David were Forest City business callers Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Abbus, Ronald and Gene, E, Abbas and Edna Abbas of Buffalo Center called at the hoinu of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Abbas on Sunday afternoon. ,, _W.eut, UuHfjel) French is ill with rnnlurhi fever at the army hospital ut Camp Gruver, Okla. Lieut French had just returned from .six weeks maneuvers in swamp areas Richard Devery Kraut/, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kraut/, was baptized Sunday morning at the Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. 1. J. Devergston of Spencer were his sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Swan ami Eva of Crystal Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Swan and daughters of Waterloo called at the home ol Mr. and Mr.s. Kenneth Swan Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cullies and Jaekie, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hanson and family of Sheldahl and Mr. and Mrs.'Lester Caliies were Sui>day dinner guests of Mrs Bertha Cullies. Cpl. Lester llagen and Cpl. Ferdinand Sleeker returned in camp Thursday following their 15-day furloughs. They are from army camps in Clovis, N. M., and Salina, Kansas, respectively. Mrs. F. G. Elliott, Floyd and Jean, Mrs. Harold Miller and Bette Ann, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Friest of Leland and Mrs. Herman Tapper were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Friest ut Llvermore. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ferguson have moved their household goods to Belmond, where Mr. Ferguson has a position. Mr. Ferguson was forced to resign his job at the North Iowa Grain Co. elevator because of the condition of his eyes. Mr. and Mrs. John Stolt, Joe Korle, and Mrs. Margaret Lang and Marie Sand, who have been visiting at the Stott residence for the past week, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gard, Armstrong. Jacqueline Caliies, who has been attending school at the University of Minnesota, arrived home Sunday morning to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Caliies. Jacqueline will be Girl Scout Counselor at Lake Charlotte fcero Jw»e 21 to August 25. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kresbach o Humboldt are the parents of a daughter born last Friday. Sgt. Clinton Guest of Boston Mass., arrived Friday for a Visi at the Mrs. Tom Guest home. Pvt. James Carr of Camp Hood Texas, is visiting his sister, Mrs Elroy Hatten, and family here. Homer McCarthy, Great Lakes 111., is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCarthy. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus are the parents of a son born lasl Thursday at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Pvt. Raymond Nemmers, Camp Dodge, spent a few days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Nemmers, and family. Cpl. Orville Farrow returned to Camp White, Oregon, Friday after spending a 15-day furlough with his wife and daughter here. > Patricia Rustemier is now employed at the Carmean Drug store. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Giffin have named their new daughter, Peggy Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Wilhelmi and family have moved to Vancouver, Wash., where Mr. Wilhelmi has employment. For the past two years he has been employed by the Watkins Co. Miss Leone Kromer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kromer, received a bachelor of science degree at the commencement exercises of George Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn., Friday, June 4. Ed kfomer, ettginee* for vthe U. S. merchant marine and eon of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kromer, spent ten days in a life boat after his ship was sunk, according to word received here. He is now in a United States hospital. Sunday dinner guests at the Clem Diers home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diers, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cink and family, Mr. arid Mrs. George Diers" and; Jimmy, Cpl. and, Mrs. Orvilla Farrbw and daughter, Marilyn, and Mr. and Mrs. John Farrow. Mr. and Mrs. fteinhard Potthoff celebrated their itth wedding anniversary Sunday and the follow- Bg were dinner guests: Mr. arid Mrs. August Robinson and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Tony -Lohfe, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roalson of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lohfe of Fairmont, Minn. IEVINGTON NEWS Mrs. Gertrude Tound of Claremont, Calif., is visiting this week .vith her cousin, Mrs. Ray Fitch. ATS. Tound is a daughter of the Messon Clarks, who farmed many •ears ago east of St. Joe. It has >een thirty-two years since Mrs. 'ound made her last visit to this ommunity. Friends here have received word filling of the failing health of rtrs. "Mit" Johnson, a former rvington resident but now resid ing at Swea City. Mrs. Johnsor was recently a patient at a Roch ester, Minn., hospital, being taken —- aw or woman Geod wages liosui'ound LOST —7.50x20 tire and red wheel between Cylinder and Al gona Wednesday evening. Reward Return to the Algona Upper DeS Moines, SS-24 Miscellaneous ANOTHER SHIPMENT 1 of poul try netting, fencing and barbed Wire received June 16. Ra66ly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 24 NEED MONEY to buy a farm? 4 Let us tell you about the Aetna Life Insurance Company's new farm loan plan, low rate, 26-year repayment plan, a reserve feature, no deductions. Hutchison & Hough. Security State Bank Bldg. 24-33* NO BANANAS at Council Oak this week even though they are advertised elsewhere in today's paper. 24* AETNA fatal, fid t&ttlmiMions, Bf»£faitt or title Sfcfflinlfiaflon cost* to th borrower. If IS worth lo Call or write HutchtSott Security State Bank A NATIONAL COMPANt it terested In contacting tt with sufficient capital tfBd'al to operate a hom^ supply stofg in this locality. All inquiries Confidential and contacts will be made jy company representative. Write Box 69, Algona, Iowa. DESK BLOTTERS, assorted cbfc ors—rdar^k green, chocolate, red. >lnky blue and peach for sale! fil the Upper Des Moines office, i'Pe each, 2 for 25c. 3-rf •HONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. s'Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric. Algona, Iowa. l-tf Exchange Dept. Basement v Good Used Furniture fining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture 1-rf SAVE MOWliY when you borrow. Th* mmim IfiBuraitice Com* pony's fftrffl 161ft plan tUfris 4We? every centrot War loan tfr y6U. No deductions. Ifo details 'see Hutchison & Hough. Security State Bank Bldg.. 24-33* fiUY YOUft pencil and typewriter carbon at the Algona upper Des Moinefl. ' 9-<f SEE Mg FOR .ftteal Bargains in .farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates ofi tile. —Phil J Kohihaas, photus? 22, Algona. l»t LB. BAG White Loaf Flour- Guattnteea to be toe .'6f the best gfiWchtfi, higWest grade flours Oft the market tomy.ji.89 sack. Council Oak Stores. We pay top prices for eggs in trade or cash, 23 GET YOUR typewriter and adding , machine Tibbohs at the Algona Upper Des Moiftes. 4-tf FOR DUlRABlLlT^-For tmpres- sivenessr^Use Better Paper. Thc> >est papers are Made from rags Try New Era 'Bdjjd, 20 Ib. substance,: lor a really fine paper 12.70 for 500 sheets. The Algona Upper Des Moiftes. 9-tf :EEP YoUft Service Man supplied with stationery. Send him box with his.branch insignia mbossed on each sheet. Box con* ains 50 sheets and SO envelopes. 1.10 a box, Army, Navy, Army nd Navy Air" Forces, Coast Guard nd Marine insigiiias. The Algona Tpper Des Moines. 19-tf HOME LOANS TO BUY, HE- PA1R OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE AND TERMS-^-WHY PA¥ MORE. Al- g6na Federal' .Savings & Loan, Algona, loV^a. Buy Bonds Here. " - •• ' office. Regular '*tt«, 1 fie > eicft, 2 fot> 26c, Mfge &iiti SOc each, 2 fof3&c\ ' Sf-tl If. VQU ,N£fiD JttrtdWr. «t*mps for purpose,' you chW order them. e Algona Upper De§ Moines, at SOd atid up. 18-11 Card of Hiatiks We wish to express OUf appreciation and thanks for the many- lovely cards, letters, and flowers which were sent to the hospital. Mr, and Mrs. William Decker and family. 24* there by her daughter, Mrs. Edw Hammond, also of Swea City. Patterson. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for IS words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, 8c per word. N|o w ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—Two sets of serviceable back-pad harness. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 23 RUBBER STAMP PADS and ink, black, blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines Office. ll-(f FOR -SALE—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50. Algona Upper Des Moines. 9tf FOR SALE—Shorthorn bulls. Old Charles 24-25* enough for service. Froehlich, Wesley, Iowa. FOR er. Equipped with good rope. Herman Becker. One mile east of Irvington. 24 FOR SALE—McCormick-Deering hay buck to fit Farmall and pain hay stacker; in good condition. Bernard Wolf, LuVerne, Iowa. 24* FOR SALE—1930 Chevrolet Pickup. Good running B. Wagner, Algona. order. Nick 24* FOR SALE—F-12 tractor and cultivator. Good shape. Mrs, Theresa Fuerstenau. Half mile south of Letts Creek. 24" FOR SALE — Manchu soybeans. Call Whittemore 2150. Harold Frambach. 24* FOR SALE—1 John Deere riding cultivator; 1 hay rake, 10 ft.; 1 grain binder hitch; 1 high wheel wagon. Henry W. Schneider, Rt. 2, FOR SALE—1936 4-door Sedan. Good motor and tires. Mile east, half mile north of Doan churcn. . —. » • 24* FOR SALE—Barn Paint Special- 5 gal. lots, $1.25 gal. Johnson's 4-hour linoleum varnish, 79c qt. Super house paint, 5 gal. lots, $2.49 gal. Linseed oil, 89c per gal. with every 5 gal. lot of paint. Keystone Interior Gloss Paint for woodwork and walls, $2.39 per gal., C9c qt. Coast to Coast Store, Algona. 24 FOR SALE—Hay rope, $6.95 per 100 ft. 3-tine hay forks, 98c. Fly nets, $1.98, 110 inches long. 3-way hay slings, $1.79. Coast to Coast Store, Algona. 24 FOR SALE—Ten sows to farrow- about July 1. John Long, Jr., • Vri TvVi" 1 * •Zecwtittf Costs Only Per Square Foot Installed by Trained Crews $a#t \s. DO THE JOB NOW! Keep your house cooler this summer and warmer this winter with less fuel. Do you know the average cost tn completely install Gamble's Homeguard Insulation in a 5-room house is just $121.00. This includes all labor and material. The attic alone would average $53 for a 4-inch fill. That's real economy! w //^ In Hurt. 24 s For Rent FOR RENT — 4 room modern house. Available June 22. Raney, Algona. Phone 676J. Glen 24 Wanted WANTED — Experienced beauty operator at Twin-Co Beauty Salon. Box 454 or Phone 5, Algona. 24 WANTED—Quiet, elderly woman as housekeeper in modern home. Write Box 142, Burt. 24-25 WANTED—Lady help. Inquire Al- gonu Laundry. 24 Fenton, Iowa. WANTED—Odd jobs by two boys, 24-25*1 age 15, and 10. Phone 839-W. * HOMEGUARD INSULATION —is a tested and proved product to keep your house cooler in summer and warmer in winter. Fluffy and feather-light. Fire and vermin resistant. Not affected by moisture. Is non- settling. When pneumatically applied 4 inches thick between attic joists and sidewalls of your home it will keep it 10 to 15 degrees cooler in summer and reduce fuel costs up to 30% in winter. One bag covers 20 square feet 4 inches thick and is easily applied by hand or with a convenient machine which you can use FREE if you wish to do the job yourself. FREE Estimate Ask for a free estimate on the cost to insulate your home so you can start saving on fuel bills next fall. 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