The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1948 · Page 6
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JU*Algdna Upper Des Mofnes Tuesday, May 25, 1941 Td Piety May 27 At Livermdre 1 Bernie Cummins, who brings his famous orchestra to the Fig- lleroa balln-om at Livcrmnre, la.. on Thursday, May 37. h:is played outstanding engagements i'or the last 20 years. A number of rides on the Fitch Bandwagon. Lady Ksther Serenade, four years at the Aragon and Trianon ballrooms in Chicago, Hotel New York in New York, Chicago's Palmer House. Bismark and Slovens are just a few of them. He also records for Victor under the I'.luehird label and has made several movie shorts for Warner brothers. Burt Girl Honored Burl — \aoma Sc.itt. Iowa State college. .Ames, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Cliarlrs Si-ott. Burt was initiati (1 Saturday at 4:3Q p in.. May !!. in!,> Alpha Gammr Delta. The new initiates won white formals and wre honored by the chapter house with a dinner following the ceremony. Hey, you fishing feller friends oi mine! Look ai whul is happening! First off, last week a lady wrote in and panned my wril- in' about fishin'. Then look whul happened Sunday. Mrs. Lloyd Muckoy hooked onto and landed a 14-POUND NORTHERN PIKE down near Si. Joe. We just goita congratulate Mary, bul ye gods! fellers, let's gel out and do sum fishin' before the wimrnsn take over. I'll take care of wriiin' about fishin'—you fellers got iish. Feller told no '.asi week he hooked onto a big snapping lurlle, bul bscuz he said he wouldn't know how lo cook it, he cut the lins UPC! iel Ihe big lurlle loose. S'o just in case any you other fellers got hooked onto a snapping iurtle, I went and talked io s old snapping turtle man nr>.d here's how lo cook Mr. Turtle. First thing, clean off the lurlle good by Hucwing him in boiling water. Then cut him up small, put pspper on it, sail loo. and sum sluif ihey call onion joose. Gat aholt of a big sauce pan bcrr.f; placa and then lei the whole- mess simmer for a half hour. Add in sum browned fiour and when it's all blended beai up a yolk of an egg and loss thai in. Boil the whole works, lake il off Ihe fire and then go down lo th' fish counter and buy yerself a nice mess o' pike fillets. Fellers, our tackle's been selling like wild. Fishin' fel- lers been coming in from all around and ialrin' it sway from us. Lois oi bullhead hooks been sold.. Our lures (that's a fancy name for plugs and stuff) been lakin' on real good. In fact, I'm surprised lhal in spite of my dura wriiin' about fish, we been selling tackle. I guess the felleis jusi feel sorry for me, and want lo buy us oui quick so I will ease off. By the way, wenl io a firsl- rale fish fry last Friday night at the Kountry Klub here. There was sum real ealin' there. They served sum fine Kolorado trout lhal was flew in from Kolorado. Bul they didn't have quite enuff of that, so they added on sum North Iowa trout, which was really big karp. It was called "planked North Iowa trout"—came in nailed down on a plank. I didn't like my piece oi Iish so good, but I sure did enjoy thai plank. Well, you good fishin' fellers, that's all I can Ihink up for this time. But keep coming in to see and buy our fishin' tackle. That floor in front of ihe counter is getting wore down real good. And lo all you guys up in Kanada fishin' .... here's hopin' you get as big fish as we are lakin' out of the little old Upper Des Moines river! BILL BARRY, Jr. BARRY'S Fristedt To Give Memorial Day Address at Burt Burl — The American Legion will bo in charge of the annual Memorial Dav services which •vi!l be held Monday, May 31, at !0 a. in. in the American Legion hall. H. F. Fristedt, Algona, will deliver the address. Other numbers on the program will include a baritone horn solo bv Junior Rachut; numbers by the girls' '•.exlelto; a reading by Mrs. 11. K Hill, and selections bv the band Veterans of World War II arc asked to appear in uniform. Plans are also being completed for the usual sale of poppies which will be the preceding Saturday, uncled the direction of Mrs. G. P. Hawcott* poppy chairman. Skaling Party Last Friday night the Westminster Fellowship of the Burt Presbyterian church entertained ihe Westminster Fellowships of the Presbvterian churches of Al- .uona. Lone Rock, and Livermore at a skating party at Titonka. Mrs. Bertha Batt and daughters Edna and Marilyn. St. Benedict, were Thursday eveninp "Mests at the Wm. Batt home and attended commencement. Bett\ Term Batt was one of the gradu- •tes. Mr. and Mrs. Fridolf Soderberg •isited relatives at Klemme and 'orest Citv last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beddow of 'lartbrook spent. Wednesday at 'ic E. P. Fredrickson home. They .•ere on their way home after -eing at the lakes a few days. frs. Bedclow is Mr. Fredrick- iin's sister. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Rich- •iann and, daughter Shirley, Ormsby. Minn., attended com- Mi'neement here Thursday even- n!4. Shirley was a member of 'his years class when siie attended school here. Mary Jean Rachul came home v riday afier concluding her year's work in the Lake Park :chool. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Walker, and .Mrs. Bessie Walker attended the funeral s'ervices Cor Dr. Van Patton, at Fort Dodge, Sunday. By DICK POST I've been reading that writing of Barry, Jr., and taking note of ihe way he murders the English language . . . and so I just had to gel back into print to at least make people on the out side believe we do have educated folks here in Algona. Then, too, although you are likely to read a bit about Birds in my writing, you WON'T have to read about fish. Speaking of Birdiand here in Algona, we now have at the Post outdoor aviary a fine pair of trained Parrakeets, ready and willing lo bo members of some friendly household. Lots of young birds— Parrakeets and Canaries — are coming up. The whole aviary is out-doors, you know, and worth a trip just lo see. You are welcome. Post movers have been hitting a heavy schedule lately. We have had a large number of household quods moving jobs to handle. Many of them long distance. Every job has gone off lo perfection—no complaints. Our moving trucks are used expressly for moving work, are always clean and lidy, and our men work efficiently and carefully. We are always ready to handle your work in the moving line, one piece or a carload. Hugh was snowed under for awhile on crating work, but has just about caught up now. We can crate one piece or a carload h.ere, too. It's all expert work, rugged construction, and will get your things to their destination in good order. For either moving or crating work, when you have it, think of POST. By the way, our office girl is moving out to the state of Washington, and we have a job open. If you know of a young lady who wants a good job, tell her about it. We can also use another man in the moving end of the business, POST Transfer Storage PHONi 29? Algona For Sale ONE WURLITZER SPINET— One small Upright Wurlitzer. Priced to sell. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer. u2la* — A1947 up with combination grain, and stock box. Orville Koppen, Lakota, M. u2la* FOR SALE—42-in. Corner Kitchen sink, complete with 2 in 1 faucets. Also for sale, new inside toilet, complete. Charlie Quinn, 5501, Bancroft. u21a* Wanted WANTED — FIVE HOLSTEIN springer heifers. Call 2F111 if you have one or more. Robert WANTED — GOOD USED trunk. Phone 1088-W. Mrs Al Lichtcr. a 20u9 WANTED TO BUY _ SMALL acreage near town or home with several lots on edge of town. Write box 400-H, Algona Newspapers. -a20u* RELIABLE MAN WITH CAR wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth County. Wonderful op- lortunity. $15 to $20 in a day. No experience or capital required, ''ermanent. Write today. Mc- MESS. COMPANY. Dept, A, Free•, 111. u20-21a* WANTED — CUSTOM BALING;. Have new MM self-tying wire 'jaler, 16x18 bale head size, 14 gauge wire. Robert Hamilton, Dial 5861, Bancroft. a!9u21tf WAITRESS—6 TO 11 P.M. PINE Room, Hotel Algona. Perma- ent position. Must be 21. R. R. Dawson, phone 262, Hotel Algona. u21a20 HELP WANTED—MAN OR WO- man. Steady income averaging $45 weekly Call on customers for famous Watkins products in c'ity of Algona. No investment. Business established, immediate earnings. Write J. R. Watkins Co., D-86, Winona, Minn. u21a* WANTED—GIRL TO WORK for room and board plus small salary. Phone 853-J. u21a!3 WANTED — KITCHEN HELP, no Sunday work. Grotto's Cafe. u21a8 WANTED — CAR-HOP'S FOR Van's drive-in. Transportation furnished. Hours 6 to 2. Wages f>0c hour. Apply in person. Van's Cafe. u21a!9 WANTED — MAN TO WASH windows, put on screens -and awnings. Phone 977-W, AlgonaT u21aL3 —. i * ------WAITRESS WANTED—APPLY in person.' Meyers Cafe. u21a7 I HAVE TO HIRE A MAN TO help our District Manager handle our increasing business in this community. This work is in line with the program advocated by the Department of Agriculture. Must have car, permanent work, good pay for man who has had some farm experience. Write Box 400, Algona, Iowa. u21a52 WANTED—CATTLE TO PAS- ,ture. About 20 head. Wayne Drone, 3V- miles east, % mile north Burt. u21a*- BIG FISH Entered in Marshall-Wells 'Big Fish Contest' • Northern Pike Caught by MRS. LLOYD MUCKEY Sunday in Des Moines River near St. Joe. WEIGHT: 14 Lbs. LENGTH; 35 In. Sheephead Caught by ROY LEININGER Sunday in Spirit Lake WEIGHT; 17H Lbs, LENGTH: 33 In. OanU Beat Them? CASPBNWMJ. ftfii pair, remodel, ftuild . neW; oV what have you?-Virgil Shaokel- ford, phone, 382-J. U2J&* WAMTEfc — GIRL F01 - eral housework, plain eooklft|j) three adults in family,, private room> sleeping porch and bath at White Bear Lake near St. Paul, close to bus, and movies, good wages. Inquire at the Algona Newspaper 'office, u21aS4tf WA-NTEjD Reliable established dealer for ALO-TILE. This is an exclusive alpdized aluminum Wall tile that will not oxidize—thei'e is no competition. Closed territories available4 Your workmen will be trairie'd in installation woi;k in you'r ter 1 ditory at no expense,to you. For further information, write THE J. H. MARSTON CO, 24 1st St. S. E., Mns6h City, Iowa Distributors!" "27 years in business in Mason City." u21a ALGONA UPPER DIES MOINES Published by the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. J. W. Haggard, R. B. Waller and C. S. Erlander- Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice ^t Algona, Iowa, under act of Congress of March 2 1879. Issued Weekly. Miscellaneous ' '•" ''<"y< ?v ^J^: 1 ,^-,^/,,'"V' : ? ! Iowa. a!8 Algona, -2Iul4* COAL Complete stock on hahd, Be Safe Coll 234 Raesly tb*. Co. Mel B.TJrlffin, Mgr, ulfttf SEE L. S. BOHANNON fOR * HAIL INSURANCE on Growing Crops Over S & L Store Phone 103 WANTED — ASSISTANT IN' Call Theater Confection Shop. Phone 35. . u!7a9tf put built-in storage space in your farm home! Saves time! Saves steps! You'll welcome the conveniences of built-in storage space—for broomi and mops, pots and pans, laundry supplies, linens,' blankets, clothes. In cooperation with Successful Farming , magaiine, we bring you ideas on how to put buill-ins in your farm home, whether you're building or remodeling. We'll help you select lumber and materials to build or remodel—for the best results at.the cost you want to pay! Botsford Lumber Co. PHONE 256 JIM POOL BETTER nlans and BETTER materials to buna BETTER farm homes! TRUTH 6^PARADE ! £JjtfM*Y THINK HE HAS-TWOt HEARTS, BUT HIS 'SECOND ;HEART' is MERELY -A 'PULSATILE SAC', LOCATED -IN HIS TAIL.WHICH DOES _ ACCEPT BLOOD, AND iRCES IT THROUGH BY EACH CONTRACTION IN AN -— INTERRUPTED CURRENT. This is,the second week of our stamp contest. We hear a lot of the kids are out after the stamps. Remember, you get one trading- stamp for each $1.00 you spend for merchandise in our store. . • The stamps will have a cash value of pne-half cent at the end of 14 weeks. 1000 Stamps will give vou $5.00 cash. STAMPS WILL BE GIVEN AS FOLLOWS THIS WEEK ON MERCHANDISE LISTED BELOW: Premier (Tank Type) Vacuum Sweepers , r —250 Stamps— Automatic Water HeatersT-Frigidaire, Wesix and Jud Whitehead, 32, 42, and 50 gal. capacity 500 Stamps Automatic Oil Fired Water Heaters— Coleman 25 and 35 Gal. Also Conco 40 Gal. 500 Stamps—"-* Maytag Dutch Oven Stove — With 100 Ibs, Gas Free, -r-500 Stamps— Bottle Gas Water Heater-25 Gal, ——500 Stamps—— Water Softener, 45,000 Grain -7-500 Stomp*— Majestic Re'dte—8, Tube —1000 Stamps— Power town Mpwer___—_ T __§QQ Stamps Hand Lawn Mower—„,—^-^250- Stamps Crilly Appliances PH9Nf 399 HABLAN and JONES OPENING »' < Thais., May 27 DERMAND • * . \ i first Door South Of Iowa Theatre SERVING OUR OWN DERMANB-MADE ICE CREAM I^and Packed or Machine Packed You'll say it's the most delicious ice cream you ever tasted—and, you'll 'come back for, more—again and again. Because it's the richest and finest,ever made. . Frozen fresh at frequent intervals right before, your eyes. Rich, creamy, velvety beyond compare—flavor that tickles your palate all the way ( down—our new Dermand-Made ice cream surely hits the spot. But there, is. just one way to find out about it—come and sample it yourself. We have counter and booth service. We Also Serve Dairy Rich,Soft,Confection Direct From the Freezer ERMAND'S First Door South Iowa Theatre Open 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. A Algona Will Participate in the 1948 SOAP BOX DERBY RACES To Be Held at Fort Dodge on July 18 ! ' P '- - ' • ' ' ' Get Your Entry Blanks Now at ^CHlVRQLEf, Get Your Entry Blanks and Complete Rule Books Now at Kossuth Motor Company, Crash Helmets Available far Racers, If ypy dp net hove 9 sponsoring firm, end wonet gtteiif, Skel-Ces, ,»*. 4 i -4. X

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