The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1948 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1948
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l-Alflon« Upper D»» Metnii Tuesday, April 13, 1948 Algona Seniors To Career Day At Eagle Grove Eagle Grove's Fourth Annual Career Day, the culmination of functional guidance program, will be hold in Eagle Grove on Wednesday, April 21. BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYKKS LIN NAN 8t LYNCH Attorney s-at-Law Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phons 261 H. W. MILLER Law Offices County Attorney Phone, Olfice 427; residence 700 Algona, Iowa J. D. LOWE Attorney-at-Law .Pbone 287 HAROLD McNERTNEY LAWYER Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone 354 Algona. Iowa ' E. .T. VAN NESS Law Offices E. J. Van Ness — Uella Weltei Office in new Heise block Algona, Iowa G. D. Shuinway E. D. Kelly II. F. Frislcdt KELLY Career Day is sponsored by the administration, faculty, and the Guidance clubs of the Eagle Grove schools to bring to the students of the North Central Conference first hand information regarding the important features and requirements of those fields of work in which they are most interested to enable them to plan more wisely their choice of a vocation. Over 900 Norih Central Conference students will be in attendance, including seniors from Algona high. ' Forty-six outstanding men and women prominent in professions, business and trades in Iowa and the surrounding states will lead discussions on 49 different vocations in 75 conferences. Eighteen to 21 conferences will proceed simultaneously during each of the four conference periods. Individual student schedules have been made up from the results on questionnaires on which each student listed eight fields of interest in order of his preference. His first four choices were followed as closely as possible. An additional conference has been set up this year on "Coun- selling and GuidanccTechniqucs" by Dr. Ray Bryan and Dr. M. F. Fritz of Iowa State college for administrators and faculty members. During the noon intermission a luncheon will bo served in the gymnasium to conference leaders, faculty members, board of education, visiting superintendents and faculty, the Girls' Guidance club, the Boys' Guidance club, the Eagle Grove Rotary , club and the Eagle Grove Lions club. The feature of the luncheon will be an address by Forrest Seymour, editor of the editorial pages of the Des Moines Register and Tribune. An added feature of the clay will be the 11:30 broadcast by Betty Wells, woman's director. KRNT. This broadcast will be jriginatod from the noon lunch?on and will feature inetrviews with various personalities at- 8t Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building iS Algona. Iowa LAURENCE A. WINKEL Alloraey-al-Law HutciLon Buildin" Phone 1&3 Algona A. HUTCHISON (deceassd) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Security State Bank bldfi. L. W. NJTCHALS Law Office Hutchison Bldg. Phone 12 DOCTORS J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician *>nd Surgeon Office over James Drug Store Office phopp 100, Residence 326 ".. H. CRiTr.3MEYER, M. D. Sureeon ond Physician Office Jonn Galbraith block Phone 44-1 Algona, Iowa Phones: Office 310, home 444 Grant Cub Basketeer BOASTING A LINEUP in which all but one of the team members are farmers, the Grant Cubs pictured nbove recently closed a successful season. The team took second place in the county independent tourney, losing to Wesley by one point. Front row, left to right, Christophel, Krumm, Payne and Jensen. Back row, J. Kelly, Gpdfredson, Rippentrop, Tokheim and E. Kelly. Krumm of Swea City is the only player not farming. tending the Career day. Betty Wells and Charles Quentin, chief engineer of KRNT will also serve as conference leaders during the day. Eagle Grove's Career day, which was instituted by superintendent R. W. Gibson tour vears ago, is admittedly the most comprehensive guidance clinic in the state. Honor 4 Girls For Their Poetry Joan Mertz. Shirley Lieuranco. Hose Marie McEnroe and Kathleen Huber are this community's budding po^ts. The girls are students and former students of St. Cecelia's academy, and as prool of their literary talent each one had a poem selected for publication in the National High School Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday, April 13-14-15 THE GREATEST OF MELVIX G. DOURNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 1P7: residence, 194 DR. ROBERT W. LEE Physician & Surgeon Sawyer Bldg. Office Phone 127 Residence 827 Physician & Surgeon 114 North Moore St. Office pn. IU51 Kcs. pn. 102'J PKNTlSTb _ DR. R. C. DEWEL DENTIST Council Oak Building Phonos Office, 1020; Res., R33.1 A. J. EASON Dentist Office nvor James Drug Store Phono: Office, 59 DR. J. P. HERRIG t>entist Rooms 13 and 15 Haggard £c Peterson Bldg. Office Phono 19; Residence 569 Alysna, Iowa KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in now Heise bldg. Phonpf Office, 44: res., 116 IXSritAXCK EVERY r ANTS TO SEE iil'PiPfi ^^^^iJl^^lp^^lilL- :*••: •: *.-•-' -ww ''-' "' ''' '••'' '•' DAVID O.SELZNICK'Sproductiono! MARGARET MITCHELL'S 5leryiltt(OH Sosth "GONE WITH THE WIND":.TECHNICOLOR ,um.. ( CLARK GABLE VIVIEN LEIGH • LESLIE HOWARD • OLIVIA de HAVILLAND A SELZNICK INTERNATIONAL PICTURE • Dinclid kj VICTOR FLEMING >(5» Music by Mat Stiiner • Scrim Pliy by JWmy BiwirJ A METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER MASTERPIECE RELEASE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $35.000.000 worth insurance 'in force. A home compapy Safe, secure. D. D. Paxson, Sec'y. LOANS AXI» LNSUHAMCK See D. D. PAXSON for Town Dwelling, Householc u<wi» and Automobile Insuraiic* HOME LOANS—SAVINGS Monthly reduction—Term—FHA "Gl" Home Loans ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N Algona, Iowa GENERAL HOSPITAL 308 So. Harlan Phone 187 Dr. R. K. Richardson D. O. Res. Phone 313 Obstetrics Pr. H. D. Meyer, D. O. Res. Phone 970 Rectal Diseases & Varicose Veins KOSSUTH HOSPITAL A General Hospital With Skilled Nursing Care Phone 677 404 North Hall Street "Ask Your Own Doctor" Mrs. Ftarence V9»de? Wilt Superintendent Friday - Saturday, April 16-17 Two Top Entertainments HERCE,.,FLAMING...FURIOUS.JABULO Poetry Anthology, just off, the press. There are 100 high schools in the national poetry association, and entries from them made the competition strong. Entries submitted from the academy" were! "Infinity" by Kathleen Huber and "Raindrops" by'.Rose Marie McEnroe fromiHh£ clasS*.of 1947;; •mcl "Life" by Shirley Lieurartce,. and "Nature Lore" by J&in' Mertz, both llth graders this year. , . ., The contestants* were '-'pr ?cl certificates of .awards and on Kathleen's and Rose.'.' Marie's, there was a-notation"of;'"Special! Merit". '"'-": , - .;' Sister Teresa is the girls' class instructor.,, C & N.W. To Pay $26,311 In Taxes The C. & N. W. tax commissioner at Chicago has forwarded the following statement of Kossuth taxes paid and to be paid to the Kossuth county treasurer this year. County taxes .., $10.328.75 School districts 14,556.1, r ! To.wnship, cemetery, library 154.14 City and village 1,247. 12 Airport 25.48 11 Deaths, 33 Births During Month March The population of Kossuth couftly increased by 22 in March antj 1H addition there are to be adclecl hew families who dame to the county in the March 1 moves, Vital statistics compiled at the office of Court Clerk Alma Pearson shows death certificates registered during March were for seven women and four men. The average age was 68 years. Thirty-three birth certificates were recorded for 15 girls and 18 boys. Included in the number was set of twin girls. Two babies born in 1947 had certificates filed. New Kossulh Babies John Hiram Boeckholt, Titonka; Eugene Ralph Hermann, Algona; Karen Elizabeth Cieszinski, Algona; Joel Richard Chipman, Burl: Armilda Craig, Algona; Sheila Josephine Fridercs, Algona; Charles Henry Geilenfeld, Algona. David Eugene Guidcrian, Algona; Marilyn K. Harris, Algona; Rose Marie Hutchinson, Bancroft; Kitty Kathleen Hardgrove, Algona;. Sheila Ann Hawcott, Burt; Michael Kenneth Johnson, Algona; Donald Nicholas Kockler, Bancroft. » { ' ^ Jane Karek.Swefi CHrf: tfary ' Lee' Lbeblg,- Wesley; Mil chael Jdseeh Llektelt> Wesleyl Allen LeRby Luedtke, Lons Rock; Josfeph-Philip Menke, SWeft* City; Linda Joyce MefryinafV Minneapolis; John Howard Pratt, Algona; George Dennis Pommer, Wesley. , Set Of Twins tiva Lynfte and Leslie Ann Norton, Algona, twins. Robert Charles Refrer, Algona; Philip Richard Eager, Wesley; Eileen Francis Reilly, Lbfie Rdck; Raymond Edward Steven, Burt; Dennis Wilbur Schmidt, Corwith; Larry Steven ScobbayAl- gona; Virginia Rose Thul, Led* yard; Cynthia Jo Whltehill, Burt; Betty Marie Wilson, Whit- temor'e; Jerrill Jean Wildman, Corwith. Death certificates were recorded fdr; Mrs. Sarah Jane Cavatt' augh, 75, Algona; Mrs. Emma Campbell, 80, Sekton; John S. Cullen, 76, Whittemore; |Mrs. METHODIST RUMMAGE SALE / SATURDAY, APRIL 17 8:30 a.m. Basement of Methodist Church Plan Now To Attend • t * * Farm Party Wednesday, April14 <\ • C, The World Book Encyclopedia The Best by Each and Every Test ARE YOU IN THE."KNOW"? • ' f . It Always Pays A "must" f of your children—they need it—love it—show it, Write for Information WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA Box 167 / Paullina, Iowa $26,311.74! There are only eight counties in Iowa to which the railroad pays more in taxes. ; •£ WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Norton's hes the Cement, The Sand and Gravel, Too— For Any Job You May Wish to Do. CAN YOU A 'Success Story 7 from the ANNEX Two years ago, a woman from Minnesota stopped at the ANNEX and bought some, house dresses. The couple moved to Arizona. Haying sold their Minnesota farm, they returned last week to close the deal. • They again came to the ANNEX, and the woman explained that in all her travels she had never discovered any values equal to those found here. What is important-SHE BACKED HER REMARKS BY BUYING SEVEN more house dresses. The ANNEX may be Algona's smallest retail store, we only boast of one door and our fixtures are nothing to brag about, but WE HAVE VALUES WHICH CANNOT BE DUPLICATED ANY PLACE IN TOWN. Remember that when you stop here. The ANNEX is Algona's Super-BARGAIN store-EVERY SHOPPING DAY in the YEAR. 8sOO P.M. $t. Cecelia's Academy Algona, Iowa Movies, Refreshments, Pfizes^Bring the family f Free Admission Cy Venteicher Harold Knecht ,.*jmtwew*w^ rfi f liked bMt~fl#* bills It's the INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Convenience ^Designed fo fit your home or apartment This handy little 4.2-cubic-foot International Hnrvester freezer is a Jim dandy nt saving money! Small enough to fit anywhere (floor area required: ;' 33'by,;i^ in.; height, 36'/i;in.)--yet so ample inside it holds 150 pounds of delicious food. Buy in quantity when prices "are lowest; then serve ipecdily, prepared meals without tedious trips to the store—and pare your food budget. Your family eats the finest quality food wHen you "shop" from ypiu freezer became foods froi*n« their prime retain their wholesome -.vitai min content and tastc-tetnfltirig flavor. 5o/£;have' more tjiijeffor.'family living—and things you.;want to do. Come in today—order' YOURJInterna? tional Harvester freezer. ' * Algona Implement Co.< COMMERCIAL ST. Walt and Deb Hall PHONE 52: WILLIAM ELLIOTT • JOHN CARROLL CATHERINE McLEOD Two Days Only - Fri M Sat. April ife -17 CELEBRATING OUR FIRST POST-WAR TRADE P ROMOTION WITH A DOZEN SUPER-SPECIALS I 1. Fine lace Nottingham panels, 81 inches long, just right for Spring ' house-cleaning, extra values $1.00 each 2. Sunlight Germantown yarn—all wool, first quality, a closeout for an exceptional value 1 oz. balls 4 for $1.00 3. Children* satin- stripe rayon panties, popular brief style, tea rose color, sizes 2 to'14-2 p|a!r for $1>00 4.* Womens rayon knit slips, tea rose color, broken lots and sizes 32. 34, 38 and 42, regular lengths only $1,00 each 5. 16 inch full bleached Stevens all linen toweling—always a favorite and the best in the world—2 yards for $1.00 6, Soft finish, full bleached soft finish huck towels-a useful, practical household item, greatly underpriced- 4 for $1,00 7. Bath sets—«henil- |es in assorted pastel colors — a durable, washable item—rug and lid tpveif-speci- al $1.00 OFF. 8. One lot of broken sizes and styles in high grade blouses, all\ sizes and white and 1 color*/ new styles $1,00 OFF 9. 48 inch 'drapery fabric in floral de* sign with rose and blue background—an exceptional value for sun porches 2 yds, for $1 10. 36 inch twilled cretonnes - a good sturdy fabric .prid bright, qttr«ctiv|. j^ signs, all colors 2 yds, for, $1 11, Woven, .colored border rayon-cotton- linen mixed fwlf blecf ehsd kitchen towels- a super value for 3 towels fgr $1.00 12. 18 inch boott cot. ten ^ toweling, full bleached and soft fm< Ish, this is standard merchandise specip) Stock Up on These Wanted Quality / ^flSPd^^ ^^B^^ ^MH^^ ^BBB^ ' k.

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