The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1948 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 1, 1948
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[Four Algerians 1, 8; T» ' Fditr Algona yeuftg e atftbng the 24ff studerits received degrees and dip- 1'omas It .'the sprihg eoninierice- ' eVldwft Stale Teachers eoli&ge, May 28;- • ' ; ' fh'ose fc'raduaUng' Overe Douglas Gay Bfown; Cteftncfi L6ttoy Devine; 'Jfefln ^Thorpe, 'alf with ti. A. degrees, end Dbrothy fi. Leigh', With ah clcrhcnlary dip. loffla. IE MOVING OR STORING •r YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS contnct, , , • ( ''^, i, Brady Transfer & Storage Co. Fflft flotlge, lown Allied Vflti Lfno*. inc.. In your lociillty World'* Largest Lang Dlstine* Moving Service Excellent equipment, campeteni and courteous tervice. Phone,or write for estimate on any moving problem. Keep Your Farm Sanitary Our aim is to give you 2-houi 1 rimoval on dead stotk, large or small Phone Algona No. 7 Collect or .'•,, . .» •'•'•'-: Paul Errtsf D, X. Station, Livermore ___________ ___2S14 Schumacher D. X. Station, Whittemore.___23Sl or I56o feriton ----------------- j _______________ ____SOO • tone Rock ---------- ^ _______ i ________ . ______ ; Js6b- Swea CI»y__I -------------------------------- 500 Ledyard _.. ----------------------------- ___ ^.500 Bancroft ---------- x__JL _______________ ____ 4447 Lakota _.__: ---------- _'_ -------------- 1_. Burt __J ------- ___ -------------------- __ Wesley -------------------------St. Benedict-- ______________ ' ____ - WJ , ___________ 500., LuVerne ------- ll_ ___________ __ Let us remove that dead stock NOW. . «• Tankage for Said at All Times i Algona Rendering Co. Dept. Agri. Lie. 33 Phone; 7 PARADE ! WASALLAFAK£-PR00ABLy THOUGHT UP BVSOME; MASTER SHOWMAN, USING^ TH6 LAND OF BOftM60',TO LURE IN THE 'CURIOUS CROWDS OF SPECTATORS INTO VARIOUS SIDE SHOWS FEATURING FREAKS, The third week of pur stamp contest-end it's going strong!. Kfds all over the community are going out after these stamps, and the money this store will .pay these kids is going to come in mighty, mighty handy. Remember, you get one trading stamp for'each $1.00 you spend for merchandise at Crilfy Appliances.' Remember too, the stamps will-have a cash value, as well as being redeemable for valuable merchandise! STAMPS WILL BE GIVEN AS FOLLOWS THIS WEEK ON MERCHANDISE LISTED BELOW: FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC RANGE (Model RJ-20) ;>, T-1000 Stqmps— • GLADIRON IRON; —500 Stamps—-* GRANP GAS >ANGE 1 V » >' > Ovens, Safety Lock, Tank of Gas with Each Stove) , —1000Stamps- — , FRIGIDAIRE HOME FREEZER (8-10-12 Cubic Feet)' ™ 1000 Stamps—- MAYTAG FREEZER \(Two v»v (900 Pound Capacity) 750 NORCE VERTICAL FREEZER • . (W Cubic Feet) -1000 Stamps VORNADOFANS Nurse Graduate At Mason City • i, "A *. :Jr/ *\ On Sunday afternoon, May 30, at 3 o'clock Miss Beverly Kinney. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Reese of Algona, was one of a class of 18 graduated from St. Joseph Mercy College of Nursing at Mason City. She was art honor roll student. Following a two weeks' vacation Beverly will resume her duties at the Mason City hospital, where she will remain until the state board examination in September. She plans to enter tne Chicago university, where she will .major in psychiatry and complete her credits for a B, S. degree, ' Before coming to Algona in 1942 Beverly attended North high at Des Moines, where she was active in music and dramatic clubs. She continued her piano and vocal training under teachers ,it St. Cecelia's academy and is a graduate of the Al- !bna high school. • Sales Tax Total Goes Up Am) Up -Algona added Iwb more busi* ness places ift the last (juaftef; of 1947, according 16 "the Summary of sales tax returns," just released. Total sales tax returns for- the last quarter of 1947, the "Chrlst» mas Quarter," were $61,911 from Algona, the report stated. A comparison of firms report* ing, and sales tax reported, foi* Algona and some of: the heigh* boring towns of comparable size, some larger and some smaller ifl population, is listed below: Total $51,911 49,591 2 Kossuth Grads At Morningside Betty Sarchet and John Riebhoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Roy A. Sarchet of Algona and son of Mr. and Mrs. Lance Riebhoff of Burt were graduated from Morningside college, Sioux City, last week. Miss Sarchet majored in sociology while a Morningside and Mr. Riebhof majored in theology. Commencement exercises las Monday morning at Morningside climaxed a busy two weeks of graduation activities for the two Algona-aroa students. On Satur day morning, May 15, Dr. Earl A Roadman, president of the college, and Mrs. Roadman were hosts to the graduating class a an 8 o'clock breakfast held in Scnbbins Tea'Room in Sioux City. On the next Saturday May 22, the faculty Women's, club sponsored a garden .party in |he Roadman! Garden 'IfiAi ihe senior 'girls. •'-.-•?:<^H~r.-V <£«S*Pj ; Saturday, May '29,/was Alumn day at Morningside, affd Miss Sarchet and Mr. Riebhoff took part in many of the, day's activities which were climaxed by the Mornings.ide dinner in_the evening. -The dinner was held in the Women's Residence hall, and a part of the -program consisted ol the re-dedication arid re-naming of the the Lillian E Dim. mitt hall. •••.'• City Firms Algona „..• ^..252 Dedorah 305 Emmetsburg _16S 39|024 Estherville —.272 56,200 Forest City .,...162 24,455 Spencer ..^ I;...33B 86.217 Storm Lake :„ 267 65,784 Nearly all of the cities listed shpwed an increase in total huttf- ber of firms reporting. -..••' In Algona's case, the sales tafc indicates a total volume business for the three months indicated of approximately $2,5d5,500 < Brownie Scouts Do A Good Turn Mrs. Harry Grcenberg, leader, and Mrs. Russell'.Pickett, assistant for Brownie Troop No. 3 of the Girl Scouts, helped them pack and send two clothing kits for children overseas. The boxes have been shipped and in them is a year's supply of clothes for children one to three years old. Girls in the troop are: Sue Sprague, . Betty Beidi, Edith Christiansen, Susan McConnell, Marcia Cowan, Katherine -Dcrmarid. Lois ., Friesner, Kathcrine Hardgrove, Sandra Shumway, • Janice Rochleau, Chefyl Vanderfaaal, Judy Pidk- ett, Barbara Bourne, Margaret Rechess, Beverly James, and Margaret Helen Hardgrbve. These Pickets Are Also Has Summer Dude Ranch Job A job oft a dude ranch in the Slack Hills is ihe summer work cut but te>t Ruth Ann Behnke of Whilfemere, a< freshman homemakitta student at Iowa Stale college. Her job is the dnvv of & Itl of oiKfer student*, tot it offers exciting and interesting possibilities. Five girls were wanted for the summer seaSbn. Requirements were a liking for and familiarity with outdoor life, horseback riding, an ability to adapt themselves to the environment, and to do a good day's work. To select such young women the prospective employers went to Ames to interview college girls, and Ruth Ann was one of the luoky ones. She lives on a farm west of Whiltemore, and her parents are Mr. and Mrs. fieinhard Sehnke. Ruth Ann expects to leave for the Black Hills in early June to be gone two months. Plan Dairy Field Day, Swea, June 3 The Dairy Products Improvement Association has planned : a Dairy Day for June. It will be held, at the Swea City Park Thursday, the 3rd with a program to be carried out about as follows. . 10:00 a.m.— Dairy cow and butter judging. 12:00— Picnic lunch and band music. , . .1:00 p.m. — Address — Harry Linn, State Secretary of Agriculture. ,. -' ' 2:00 p.m. — 4-H Kittenball, horseshoe games, children's sports, etc. The Swea City Lions Club is cooperating with the Association m lining up the program, as well as the securing of an exhibit of various types of dairy equipment. The creameries that are cooperating members of the association are the Armstrong, Buri, Bancroft, Brown's Dairy, DoUiver, Fenton, Lone Rock, Swea City, Titonka, Wesley and Whittemore, Lester Qingerich is the field- man for the Association and ac- corduig to him all patrons of the member creameries are invited to attend, Any one else directly or indirectly interested is also welcome to come and spend the day. Gingerjch says that all should bring their picnic lunch, but that coffee and ice cream will' be furnished. Legion To Pick Officers, June 2 Election pf officers for the coming year wil} be held l?y the American Legion at its, meeting tomcmw, Wednesday 'evening, f Nproinated for commands? • of A letter from Mrs. C: D. Fellows of Los .Angeles enclosed -a clipping telling of •& '.'double picket" deal involving- a store run by Leonard .Morrison Jr.., son of a former Algdna druggist. Seems an attempt'w,as made to force his two neighborhood grocery clerks to join a union against their will. Uniqn pickets began picketing his grocery. Thereupon, two dozen' "counter pickets" appeared, i'youngsters who objected to'.-'.being cut off from their, supply, of -candy and gum. "We haVe our rights", read their signs.' Union leaders said it was a nasty move on the part of management. Ih the meantime,'the adult pickets, and the youngsters picketed the pickets. k > .a ;«.n>.. ; .1 1—l' ..I n.. Saddle Club Met , Lone Rock — The Seneca Saddle club directors met at' the home of Mr. and- Mrs. 'Dave Lynch Thursday evening with Dr. and Mrs.- M. I. Lichter of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen and Clarence Osborn, Fenton, and Mr. and • Mrs. J. F. Qumn present Band Concert On Thursday The Algona city band, under the direction of R. C. Guster, will open its summer concert season, Thursday evening, June 3, at 7:15 p. m. at the Athletic Park. The program follows: March, "Monahan Post", King. Overture, "Magic Garden", King. Waltz, "II Bacio", Ardite. Intermezzo, "Tonawanda", Wcndlund. March, "On the Square", Pa- nclla., Popular. "Pretty Girl A Melody", Berlin. Trombone Smear, "Lassus Trombone", Filhnore. •• Intermezzo, "After Sunset", Pryor. Popular, "I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover", Woods. Popular, "When Day Is Done," Katcher. March, "His Honor," Fillmore. 14 New Trucks Or Cars Licensed Fourteen new car licenses were issued here recently, and the following new vehicles are now on the roads: Fords — Donald Behnkendorf, Bancroft (truck); Harry Cutler, Aleona, P/U. Kaiser—Sim L. Bemis. Sexton; Harry E. Yungeberg, Algona. Chevrolets—Hugh Black, Algona; Edward Boyken, Titonka; Everds Bros., Algona (truck); Geo. Gallagher, Elmore! Elmer C. Potter, Algona; F. L. Racobs, Fenton. Dodge—Ralph H. Dieckman, Alfona (truck). Frazer—A. L. Fisher, Algona; John Steier, Whittemore; Arthur Olsen, Sexton. Bud Barnard Gets 20-Year Medal Bud Barnard has been awarded a 20-year-gold service medallion by officers of Gamble-Skogmo, Inc., nationally - known merchandising concern, and operators of the Gamble Stores. Barnard has been associated with the company since July 15, 1927, and is receiving his award in conjunction with "Founders Month" activities. More than one-fifth of the six thousand employees of Gamble- Sk'ogmo, Inc., have service records of ton years or more. The company is now observing its 23rd anniversary and currently distributes through stores in 26 states, four Canadian provinces, Hawaii and Mexico. The original store was opened in St. Cloud, Minn., in 1925. Ledyard Auxiliary Of Amvets Met Ledyard—The Ledyard Amvet Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. George Thompson, Thursday afternoon, with 15 ladies present. Plans were made for sewing for Veterans hospitals. A lunch was served following the meeting. The next meeting will be in June with Mrs. Asa Warner. Tufttday, Jurta t, 1941 ;• iof'pf Extras :*ifh Called By Illness Of A Brother West Bend—Dennis Wagner accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Si- 'mon Weber of Whittemore, Mrs. Justin of Algona, and Agnes "Wagner of, Otosen were call- ,fid>4c*i rDeJW Moines Friday..,lo se£ Jheir brother, Joseph Wagner, who is now in the Veterans Hospital there. Mr. Wa'gner had been in the hospital two weeks and was critically ill at the time. They re- tur^ied the following day. Mr. Wagner later passed away. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS. USE THE WANT ADS. Colonial's New ALL - FUEL FURNACE A complete and economical forced air system that can be easily converted from coal to gas or oil. BURN COAL NOW'and change to """IGAS'or 0'IL later'if you wish. LAING&MUCKEY Phone 464 North Dodge p_eqscmt prank^ .,,~ these tub-lovinV'everfresh blouses .. . eyelet-trimmed necklines, elasticized for ori-or-off shoulder wear, r.'all set for summer Separates! Left: Madras in Brown"."Preeo. Blue or Pink. • Right^Broacfcfotri m VVnTte'only. , -. • ' -.-«.,, *' . ' "*^-.-'W* | k tyv**£wWi • T » "•* FURPflCE SERVICE This Lovely Home •''»••• i * . * • r ." • ^^^ . For Sale ,-.'*.'''," • ~ * Close to Catholic and Lutheran Churches and ( Schools, a ri dI 3rd Ward School and with grocery,'garage and filling station service near. Street in front newly paved. . g; Dpn Hernmingsen and enyprf Vice cpmmsnder nominees Palmer ; ',Jensfn, Jony Except for r e a c o n s of health, the owner would not be selling this choice, house of vit. rifled brick and block, built for her personal use shortly before War ,11 of high - quality male rials tnroug h Q M 1 1 completely J^V» h "> f "*i,T» •' ••",Ss "»»''/»" .^^a "»*% Jfr »jjf- Upst airs apartment, rented to a highly recommended tenant, who wants to remain "more than adequately covers the expenses and upkeep of the entire property, ' such as taxes, insurance, city water, electrici* ty, heating of hot water, fuel oil for both apart' ments, 9 n d" general re» pairs," (•£ • •x • • « ? ! i, £> (, THIS HQUSC ivthoroushly modern, with le bedroom flnd^omp^ bothrooin on both letter, «i WtU oi from inside lit story, fa tp0«t jn thiVdrii', w*U'V*ntilet«^, "f u !|" pach qportmtm ha* *«pgrqte light hot wflttr H*«t»r, Warmed in winti .-..•••k* wvtritd f«>' tifln blindi end firtplot* *et will IF IN IARNIST cb«vt wcntinp Mil m w Invntniiiit, WITHOUT Bi^ffiif >-».• *"*..* tr. ^ living rooms> a end e >r «nd 2nd stsry, Side entrance t«, itpble for one, er.twe families. Ample : for an additional bed or living-room, % ovo'lable to it q new weter^oftentr and —"-"^"" lennpx pihbgrning heatfr; the blow* s temperature In summer, The Vene« &*9P '"' if the nicest hou*es in Algono, ftr yo«r femHy ( IN;TOU(?H WITH TH§ UNPWICNEP, who W i|i yo« « f ivmm TCHINS ••."^V,, --,,„ j^'&ri ,'iii^k ,• ^ ot tho>n'd of » V swcpplngl for &, LT--*J_

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