The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1948 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1948
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Clubs • Farm Banquet Set For Apr. 15 An annual banquet, sponsored by members of the three Algona service clubs, will be held Thursday, April 15, in the Algona high school gymnasium starting at 6:45 p.m. Each service club member will bring a farmer from the .vicinity as a special guest. Sponsoring the event are the Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions club members. i H. J. Gramlich, general agricultural agent for the .Chicago & .Northwestern Railroad, will be • the guest speaker, Mr. Oram- lich's subject will pertain to agriculture arid its developments, .and experiences with new methods as witnessed by his department. - v Dr. R, K. Richardson will act 'as, master of ceremonies. He and ANKLETS Colored Anklets—size 4'A to 0>> 2 —Reg. 29c Values 5 pr. for $1.00 SILK HOSE Pure silk, full fashioned stock- iii—B'/i to RAYON HOSE Full fashioned — Hayon^—size S'/zi to 9Vi only l 3pr. $1.00 GLOVESILK PANTIES The finest Rayon knit-like glove silk paniies—by Rogerf— all sizes , $1.00 ANKLETS Misses Anklets—by Trimfit— 8>/i Jo 11—white—colors. 3pr. $1.00 EARRINGS i. •. SenMtio? of selection of Alpha Craft costum jewelry.' $1.00 NYLON HOSE Full fashioned nylon J. R. sipckingf—8>/2 to lQ~*new colors.; $1.00 CHILDREN'S VALUES ON JNP n*OQ¥l \ LADIES HATS H, J. Gramlich is pictured above. His topic will be "Out Of Date". He has been agricultural agent for the North Westerh for six years. Other program numbers clude vocal selection! by Don Hutchins and musical numbers by the Henry Becker ensemble. ^ Mrs. Nina Blythe Rites, Soo Falls Bob M'cCullough repfeseini, the Lions club; on the geireral ar- fangements committee*^' Rotarians on the general committee are-Perry Collins, A. L. Brown, Torsten Lagerstronf ; 'and Harlan Frankl. They ..*haye arranged with the Calhplt^4^aje^,to serve'the' meal, which will be in charge of Agnes Miller. The speaker was ai;ipnged for by. the Kiwanis representatives, Harold Hutchins, Bob McCullough, Joe Bradley and H .J,iloyd Robinson. Frankl attended Vices at Sioux Falls, S/t>., tfri day for. his graridrriother Mrs. Nina Blythe, mother of Mrs, John Frankl, Algona, now wiiv terihg in the south. Mrs, filythe, was born. September 18, 1858,, at Racine.' WiSi, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jason Davis. She died Thursday following an illness. Services wefe held Friday at 2 p, ra. at the Presbyterian church in Sibujc Falls, with the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Adams, in charge. ., She is survived by Mrs.- Frankl, another daughter, Mrs. L. A-. peck, Sioux Falls, tw"o sons, Arthur of Wahkon, Minn., and 'Roy,' of DXibuque. She is. also survived by ten grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and four great-great-grandchildren. . Roy Blythe drove to Algeria and Harlan .Frankl accompanied him from here to Sioux' Falls. Ricklefs, Titonka, Has An Operation Titonka— Wm. Ricklefs was operated on last week at Mercy hospital in Mason City for gail- stohes. He is maWng a good recovery and expects ^ to return home in a short \\ti\e. • •/• ,.;... Mrs:. Henry Frari^'en ; w*is. ''returned to a Mason City' hpspital Monday, April 12; fpr. 1 treatment. Several .months dgo- shp.felr.and fractured a hip and it is, .tliought that 'filling in'- of ' {he .fracture' is not progressing as it "should. ; Titonka Visitors -,«Mrs. Mrs, Francis Bud Roy Budlong. Miss iong and Dr. Mae Budlong, all of Titonka, had business.,in Algona Monday forenoon. Mlth Budlong, who has been employed at the REA 'office at H|mpton for the' past three years, Came home Sunday, her work, haing been completed. ' HOSPITALS April 6—Mrs. Loreft Barker, Fehton. boy 1 Ibs. 12 o«.; Philip Asa, AJgofta, surgery. ApriK7—Wrn. McGuire, Wesl Bend, girl 7 Ibs. April 8—Mrs. Sd Hurt, girl 9 Ibs., 3 ozs.; Augustine, Algona, surgical; Mrs, August Hennings, Algona, boy- 7 lbg. 10 ozs. April 10—Dock Weber, IrVing- ton. surgery. , April 11—Mrs. Arnold Affidor fer, Corwith, bov 7 Ibs. 7Vfe des.; Mrs. Lewis Heifner, Titorika, medical; Donna Schmit, Bode* surgery; Mrs. R. E, Newbrough, W&ile.v. girl 6 Ibs. 14 ozs. > April J2—Ida Mae McVay, Burt, surgical. April 4—Mrs. Mary Williams, medical, i trains Disrupted In Kossuth Area County AAA Chaifrfian 0. t» Thoreson, who corrtfnutes be- WEATHER -Week's weather: Date High Low April 6 . :__65 33 April, 7 (1.03R)^--I.:.:6..6 46 April 8 ——-i ——L..l':5'6 29 April 9 —__.—^--_..-56 25 April' 10 _-_-:L.—J.J_65 V ,37 April'11 (.32R)_-—.C.'5.9 . 34 April 12-.__._J..l.--.-.-^8 ..." 31 Natoe Mrs. Vohs To Education Unit Mrs. Carl Vohs, West Bend, daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Q. L. Vohs, Algona, has been appointed member of the new Palo Alto county board of education to succeed A. H. Bonnstetter;who was elected but resigned to remain on the West Bend school board, of 'which he is president. When the new board drew lots, to determine terms of office Mrs.;', Vohs drew the 5-year term, but because she was named by ap* pointment to fill a vacancy -she will-hold the office only till," the, March 1949 election unless /reelected. -Mrs, Vohs's husband is West Bend druggist. They have three •children. A daughter is a teach-,, er'at Roland; another daughter is a State Teachers college fresh-' man majoring in. music; and a son, James, is a sophomore, iri the! West Bend high school.. Mrs. Vohs's parents, Mr.-and Mrs. D. B. Austin, once lived in Algona for some years, and her, .father built a number of houses here. Swea City arid Algofla, reported yesterday that passenger train servicJe dn the Rock Island through Lakota and Swea City in North Kossuth had been Abandoned altogether temporarily, but east and west bus service was available. The order did flot affect C. & N, W. or Milwaukee passenger service through Algona, although until the coal strike was called off Monday it was understood the Milwaukee here might be affected. ' Yesterday's daily papers reported a new 50 pet, order by the president, but... local railroad agents said yesterday they had not boon advised of any changes in service through Algona. Mail service on railroads which have cut service is badly disor- -ganizfd, and in some cases temporary truck mail service has been established. Passenger train service on the Rock Island through Livermore, west Bend, etc,, was cut in half. Deriding settlement of the coal strike. The trains west in the morning and east in the date afternoon or early evening now operate only on Tuesdays' Thursdays, and Sautrdays. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Algona Marksmen Win State Honors Kossuth county gave a good account of itself at the Hawkeye conference rifle and pistol team competition, Thursday of last week. The local team tied for third place in the meet with Hawarden. With a combined a score from all four positions in" the sharpshooter class, William R. CJawson of Algona had a 363, for sixth place in that classification. Earl Ziegler, Algona's double- threat man in the pistol and rifle competition, took second place, being nosed out of first in the marksman first class rifleman contest t>y Ernest Anderson of Nevada. Ziegler had been first place winner previously. Corwith Priest On Lone Rock Program Lone Rock—The Rev. Wm. J. Monster of Corwith will be the speaker at Lone Rock Community club meeting here Thursday at 8 p. m. in the high school auditorium. Father Menster was chaplain to accompany the Byrd expedition to the South Pole and besides his talk he will show moving picture films taken on the trip. The community is invited to attend the meeting. There is no door admission. Algana Uppsf Tuesday, April t5 ( 1948 Console Radio and HeCord Player Combinations Reduced Prices Genrich Radio and Electric Algona—Council Oak Corner TotRouitti! Ute Paul Leaverton Oets Promotion •.Paul Leaverton, former' conservation officer'- for Kossuth county, has been ndmed as superintendent of game-for the state conservation commission. Leaverton was here back in the eaj'ly thirties, and went from, .here to. Humbpidt*county in the same position, serving both Hum-, bpldt and Webster counties. More : recently he has^beemstationed at- Indianola, and Des Moines. >' : Leaverton's' salary will be $3jOOO a year. He has;been with: the department since •> 1934, and, iri 1936 was, named assistant Save Dollars at Kresensky's DOLLAR DAYS THE INEW LOOK-TUB RIGHT LOOK-ALL NEW GARMENTS PF prints «^ » .'f~ '<}• , i , , •« " ' ,* , * , - ?:;!-; -^'H?^ r -i ( OfcLJkR The ALGONA * Friday, Saturday, April 16, 17 ' . i In our basement we have assembled some really hot items for your inspection during Algona's Twin Dollar Days. Space does not permit the listing of all, so take a little walk down and save money. Items 'from every department will be on sale. Below we list a few of th.e numbers. , Sentinel COMBINATION RADIO .(One only) , Plays ten 12-inch records or twelve 10-inch records. Regular price $124.95 First comer takes it for 550-00 VASES - POnERY One lot of vases and many items in pottery. Out they'go to the early customers at I Price ENAMELWARE This is a dandy lot of pots and pans which we have assembled on one table for ; r 1- Price WASHING MACHINES 2 Darn good used washing machine*. These are not junk. They are ready to go to turn out a g«od waihing, Take either one for FREE f .t DOOR RRIZE, Come in and Register Win an Aladdin Picnic Set by registering your name at our store. No purchase necessary. Kit contains 2 thermos bottles, knives, forks, spoons, plates. Drawing at 5 o'clock Saturday. You need not be present to: win. FEATHERWEIGHT IRONS There are only six of these very fine irons. Regularly they are priced at $10.95. Dollar Days VACUUM CLEANERS: This is a really hot bargain. Only two of these brand new $65 vacuum cleaners. Out they go on dollar days for 2 Burner KEROSENE HEATER Also suitable for coekinj. ?Mt stove is regularly priced at ' The ALGONA ^m^b ^-_«^»^^^^i £jfj^F,. ; <•$,.,::£ ^.-^W-- ! f^w,

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