The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1948 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 30, 1948
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?-Algona Upper Be* Mdities Tuesday, March 36, Algona Girl Is Coast Gage Star Maxine Nordstrom^ youngest daughter of the- Jrthn Ndrdstroms, former Algonia'ns now in Portland, Ore., hai) mhdc a name for herself on the west const city by captaining the Jnntzen basketball igirls learn ; to a second straight championship in the west coast league. f he team has been among the leaders during the six years she has played, and was scheduled to go to the'national A. AiU.. tourney in St. Joseph, Mo., this month. However the Jantzen company, faced with necessity for production,of swim suits this spring before the season opened, had to Outstanding "Buys" in at Algona Implement Co. FARMALL CUB TRACTOR On Rubber With Cultivator and Plow l-l 1 /2-2! /2 HP Gas Engine 1-No. 6 IHC Hammer Mill 2—Double Unit Milkers Complete 1-r-No. 11-F-CA Deep Freeze Unit 6-Foot CYLINDER HAY LOADER 1—No. 4FC Deep Freeze Unit McCormick Deering Cream Separators With Stainless Steel Tinware and ...... A Electric-Motors ; 'o. 100-H 45-Bushel Spreader " 1—No. 30 IHC Manure Loader to Fit Farmall H or M SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL! ' 15-Ft: Wide Type Tractor Disc Harrows FLEXIBLE LEVER HARROWS KEWANEE HARROWS 1—No. 60 Double Gang Soil Pulverizer with Gang Extension Pneumatic Rear Wheels far IHC Plows F-14 SIDE-MOUNTED CULTIVATOR F-20 LIFT-ALL ATTACHMENTS M LIFT-ALL PUMP AND ATTACHMENTS Planter Pay-out Stakes Horn Loaders 1—5x10 Ft. Wagon Box 1—Roper Pump (Special Price) 1—Hydraulic Wagon Hoist 1-Electric Arc Welder $150 ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Walt and D^b Hall COMMERCIAL ST. Phone 52 V PONTIAC cancel out the appearance of the girls there. Sports pages -at'-the 'Portland Oregonian in fetfent weeks have carried :numerous pictures of Ma.xine t The team has won 45 games wiftidlit a 16ss. Burt, Wesley And Grant Win Games In first round basketball games in the Kossuth League Championships, Monday night -tit Wesley, Burt, Wesley and Grant were the victors. Burt defeated Fenton, 50 to 45, in an overtime. Fenton went the overtime period with only four men on the floor. Bollig and Cody led their team scoring. Farnum .collected 20 points for Wesley to lead his team :to a 34 to 31 victory over Sendca. Hoine and Jensen led Seneca scoring. Grant downed Lone Rock," 39 to 28. Krumm garnered 17 points for Grant, while Jack Marlow collected 11 for Lone Rock. Meyers and Caster officiated. The tourney ..continues through to the finals, Thursday night. [ Grant Team Will Play Famed Five An exhibition basketball game is slated for April 7 in the Grant school gym, Grant township, between the original New York Famous Globe Trotters team and the Grant Cubs, an independent aggregation. Mlie visiting team mixes in *ome of the most humorous antics in basketball, along with iome unusual basketball players and plays. In the past two years they have won 129 games and lost only 10. ing year will be the chtef ttfeftf«f business but a discussiofl 8fpr,d.*, jecls for the future is alSo 1 '$l&ffitt Following the busing misting, a program oi InteYeitihl hitt- tlon pictures will' be ' Conservationists To Meet Friday The annual meeting of the Kossuth County Conservation League will be held this Friday evening,, April 2, at 8 p. m. at the W. C. Dau garage. Election of officers for the com- Ex-St. Joe Man Dies, Minnesota Jake Hippovt, a former -longtime resident of tho St. Joe community, died Wednesday, M%rch 17 at the Sioux Valley hospital at Sioux Falls, S. D. ' , " Mr. Hippert had been Sick ohly a few days. Death was due Id a heart attack and complications of old age. Had Mr. Hippert' 'liVed until May be would have been 95 years old. • ' He was born May 15, 1853 in Alsace Lorraine. In 1879 he was married to Elizabeth Von 'Batik in Arlo, Belgium. The family came to the United States in 1883 and settled on a farm near St. Joe. They • later moved to a farm in the West Bend area. From West Bend they went to Canada where they resided three years, and returning to the states they got a place at Wilmont, Minn., where Mr.- Hippert had since resided. , -> ,' , Four sons and four daugh.tet*s survive Mr. Hippert. One aaugh> ter, Mrs. Nick Leners lives SOUtK; of Algona with her daughter Ml*'." Alfred QrilL~Ther.(?<ttre.;<aiSCffsiii'- viving 36 graridchllar%n,'79"grfat grandchildren, and five great- great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday, March 21 at Wilmont, Minn. Mrs. Alfred Grill of Algona attended. All of Mr.. Hippert's children except Mrs. Leners and Mrs. Otto Strieker, ' of Vancouver, Wash., attended '.'the final rites. 2 Alleys Open— After'9:30 P. M. All ; 6 Alleys Open THURSDAY NITES All Alleys for Open Bowling After 9:30 P.M. FRIDAY - SATURDAY SUNDAY All Alleys for Open Bowling 1 P.M. to 12 Midnight BRANDT Bowling Lanes Zcick Gibson Is 86 Brilt — Zack Gibson here,"former Wesley farmer, has celebrated, his 86th birthday anniversary. Relatives helping him included Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harison, Wesley. pi i^'prtgraftt chtiJrmaft/'afla emy . , play is "False. Paces". It IS thi-ee-act comedy. ,% ' In the cast of characters ate Qernldlne Weishaar. Waftda Sher- manj Thomas -White, -daletta Forsberg, Nonoy Hutchison, Af- lene Seines, Seijftade'tte Wagnei', Gilbert BUscHer,, Cdlleeft firdman, unoert ±»uscner» u:o. Jean' Loss,' "Marvin Betty MarJg anH ! Ph Holds. Sistefr 'Mary Evattgellsta is dl* rectittg the pi-oducUbn. Supt. Lauritzen In Union Twp. Talk Union — The unldn township ^ And Our Fuvnoce V WILL BE A GREEN ; .COLONIAL: Famous COAL FIRED 1 FURNACE M * . T^^* — "^^^r"^ Cblonial's carefully i^ilan- ned installations plus'Colo- nial's top quality .assures maximum Comfort . . . Ecdriomy and Convenience. LAING&MUCKEY Phone 464 "North Dodge GR'EEj) COLOniflL. fUR'hflCE SERVICE TIME OUT! FRIESNER'S SPORTS CENTER} "Out with it, Harkness! What-is it you want, a raise?" We can tell the fish are going to catch it pretty soon— by the ever increasing number of sportsmen, coming into Friesner's Sports Center daily. The next best thing to getting on the water is to look over our stock of tackle. C'mon in yourself and see! FRIESNER'S SPORTS CENTER Marshall & Swift Fur Company , •.. . .. .1 • •. Will be at the ELITE SHOP Friday and Saturday April 2nd and 3rd Ladies: ' " • Do you know that a fur garmenJ housed in the warmth ;Of a closet or cedar chest for one summer sustains more damage than it does during a long season's hard wear? t| Summer heat dries the skin, causing it to crack and tear, The scientifically cooled atmofphew'plus-fuiiniofitlon'in-joor-mod* ern storage vault helps tci retain iif|]ie$kin all tHsirnatural >oi!s which add life and beauty to furs, |i| And may we suggest that now is the time to arrange for clean* ing, repairs and remodeling. Mr. Meade shall be glad to confer with you en Friday day, April 2nd and 3rd. : MARSHAU ' -i j^t'it fi f-\ '-Tii.' 1940 PRICE LEVEL Yes,'freight rates are up. They are up 'because they have to be if the railroads are to make ends meet: Here's a qiiick picture of the increases from 1940 to 1947 in what the railroads .buy—and sell. Labor costs........ up 70% Material costs.... .up 77% Freight rates, .up only 26% ample, paid 116% more for commodities Used : in 'living; 98% more for commodities used in > production, resulting in an average 'increase of 109%. 'The railroads have increased their rates only a Quarter' as much as the average rise in.pricWpaid'by farmers. Surely that is a small increase. Not enough; in .fact, to give the railroads the'6%ireturn needed 'to maintain the strength'Of the transportation system that is of primary, ^importance : to agriculture and •industry. In late 1947 as compared to late 1940, farmers, for ex- * * President « J / You, like a million others;Who'll>buy a ear this yeatf, ..... . T >ill ; /probably spread" the -purchase - priced-over -a ',;... "" T it} *'*' *»•* T^» 1 period of months . . .'buv'it^'on'time". '* • . - - - - - **t • — That ; 'gives 1 ' iis.'as" reputable^' fa£) dealers, another chance to serve you well.vFor the/ pur- chase price itself becomes' a J'commodity'U/when-you finance. _:ln other jvorcU, you've/got to bu£-the money- to buy your car. 1 \ t And we , , . charged with ; «, very>eal community ' -••,'«.. •- '*/• v kW*tu*t , i "JfeM~ 4*,*^*,' ]m nJ i ' «' responsibility .. .^are hpny^pu.ndjto^make, .'in'your 'behalf, the best possible ^financing arrangements. >v -,— „ ^^.--^^ , Welwanf-you' to know'Jhat^wejecogn'tie that responsibility^and ^ifteep't that^challenge^We want to point out, itoOj* for, your protection ; that yout respsmsiBility |Qr : driYing ^Al Vi •'. V i t v ' » ^ r/i j is •f V ,1 M I

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