The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1945 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 27, 1945
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v .WANTED: ^Jjgfr Wfltt B6* 288 ( City, Will Tangle Friday ,,,.™., J .^; Married hired mafi ' w5rk oK tjtherS ttisH myself* * hbUse, top* wages Fenton, Iowa. 0ona, LYNX, CHAMPS OF CONFERENCE, COME HERE FOR TUSSLE Webster City's vaunted Lynx, scourge <of the North Central Conference last- fall, came to Algona Friday night to> tangle with the local high school's- snarling Bulldogs, who may be- rated as the "Underdog" in this tilt, but will make the visitors prove it. •And,,,;inc|dentally, Algona has ydjt to be defeated. Both Lake Mails and Emmetsburg have gone down before the locals thus far. jWebster City defeated Humboldt, '7 to 0, in the conference opening round last Friday. Humboldt didn't look too good at the «0nference jamboree, and if the sdore tells the story, the Bulldogs have a chance. Conference standings to date: Team W L Webster City 1 0 Hampton 1 0 Algona 0 0 Clear Lake 0 0 Iowa Falls 0 0 Eagle Grove 0 0 Clarion 1.0 1 Humboldt 0 1 Hampton edged out Clarion in the only other conference tilt last Friday. Eleven lettermen will adorn the nurple and gold squad, and the average weight of the Webste- City team is somewhat better than that of Algona, but Coach Gene Hertz, Asst. Coach Craig Vinson, and the Bulldog squad say, "Bring •Em On." New Sales Firm Will Have First Auction Friday Harry Yungeberg & Sons of Armstrong have purchased the Colwell Sales Pavilion and will hold their first sale Friday, Sept. 28, and a sale on each Friday thereafter. The new concern will be called the Algond Auction Sales Co. Numerous improvements have been made, including a new office building. The Yungeberg daughter, Mrs. Jane Woods, will be office manager. Harry D. Yungeberg, recently discharged from the army, will be actively associated with his father, who has been in sales pavilion work eight years. He and his sister, Mrs. Woods, are making their home in Algona, but their parents expect to move here later. Kiwanis Program Algona Kiwanians enjoyed a musical program offered by Donald Hutchins, last Thursday, and a talk on the economic future of the country by his father, Harold Hutchins, with references pro and con regarding inflation. 2 Algona Men Due For Army Releases Release, soon, of two Algona army lieutenants from the service was indicated in news stories eminating from the San Antonio army air force personnel distribution command, this week. The men are First Lieutenant Gerald H. Steussy, 410 North Jones St., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Steussy, and Second Lieutenant Donald C. Arns, 615 East Lucas St., whose wife and daughter are awaiting him at Lone Rock. Lt. Steussy was overseas 13 months, and Lt. Arns was over-, seas 22 months. Both were air force pilots, and both were prisoners of war in Germany. Guest Preacher Wesley: Guest speaker at the Congregational church next Sunday will be Arne Hanson, student at the Trinity Seminary at Minneapolis. Rev. Lindgren is to at- The hats of the hour smartly yours for daytime, for date-time ... with all the smooth flattery, the fashion drama, you (or he) could want! Wonderful new high crowns . . . devastating little dinner hats . , . delightful adaptations of your favorite casual styles. Every single one is new, different, and so becoming, you'll choose ojne to match your every mood. I'* MERRY SCRAMBLE IN PIN LOOP; PAUL ERDMAN HITS 234 A merry scramble is about the only way 'to describe the Kossutli Bowling League, this week. League standings as of Wednesday, follow: team W L Burt 6 0 Tanvilac 6 0 Titonka 6 3 Becker's 4 2 Wesley Co-op 4 2 K. of C 5 4 Wesley Auto 3 3 Lone Rock 3 3 Algona Barbers 3 3 JayCees : '.3 3 Whittemore 4 5 Percival Motor 1 2 Old Style Lager 3 6 Council Oak 3 6 Kanawha 2 7 Pioneer Seed 1 8 Paul Erdman of the Wesley Coop, five, turned in a 234 total for the high game of the past week. In the girls' league, Mary Frances Carney with 172, and Doris Colberg with 168, had the high totals. Girls' league standings: Team W L Druggist Mutual 3 0 Modern Cleaners 2 1 Lusby-Giossi 1 2 Nameless 5 0 3 Team members are as follows: Modern Dry Cleaners: Jean Ulrich, Ann Kelley, Shirley Carpenter, Kay Kelley, June Corey. Alternates: Gladys Waldron and Glenis Fandel. Lusby & Glossi: Bee Rouzc, Doris Colberg, Ruth Henningsen, Viola Bock, Delia Welter. Alternate: Colleen Barry. Druggist Mutual: Elgean Calhoun, Mary F. Carney, Valeria Butts, Norma Reynolds, Edith Welter. Alternate: Ruth Youngwirth. Fenney's 5: Jo Pelisek, Marge Peterson, Jo Sperry, Lorraine Bock, Lulu Harrington. Alternate: Eda Youngwirth and Mamie Ann Alig. FROST STILL IS KEEPING AWAY The week's weather, as submitted by Harry Nolle, official weather man here, still gave Kossuth coiJritj> f 1 good margin from the first frost. Each passing day sees happier looks on farmers' faces, who faced with a short crop after a slow start, are now seeing the bushels per acre creep up with each day. The week's weather: , / . / High : Low Thursday, Sept. 20.... 67 43 Friday, Sept. 21 70 45 Saturday, Sept. 22 74 57 Sunday, Sept. 23...... :...85 60 Monday, Sept. 24 71 45 Tuesday, Sept. 25 76 44 Wednesday, Sept. 26 60 43 Two-tenths of an inch of rain fell Wednesday. Attend Dental Meeting , Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman and daughter Joan speht Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines where the former attended a meeting of the executive find prpgram committee of the 'Iowa 1 State ftental-.Sftdi&yV Dr. Hoffman is a''member 6* the committees';-' 1 " ' v < 49 SCOUT "CUBS" HOWL AT WIENER ROAST JAMBOREE Forty-nine cubs and parents' en-^ joyed a picnic, Tuesday evening' at Call State Park for the first Fall meeting of Algona Cub Pack 29, with football, a wiener roast, chocolate milk and ice cream bars featuring the event. Elson Fisher, Assistant Scout Executive for the Prairie Gold Area was present and encouraged the boys to keep cubbing in Al gona, pointing out that there an many worth while activites am projects that are fun, useful and educational. The Algona pack is raisin_ money for the World Friendship Fund, a fund being raised by scouts and cubs all over the Unitet States to provide money to re build scouting in the war torn countries. Cubbing is a program 1 for..boys ages 9, 10 and 11. There are four dens at present in the Algoni pack. Den mothers are Mrs. H. E Lampright, Mrs. V. K. Rising, Mrs. Kenneth Samp and Mrs. D A. Barnard. Any boys interestec In joining one of the dens may have their parents contact one o" the den mothers. Cooperation o the parents is a part of the program which helps to suggest ideas for development of boys along -constructive lines in the home and neighborhood and making it as much fun as possible for them letting them develop their own ideas. A neighborhood group of boys with cooperation of parents can start a new den by making arrangements with the cubmasters E. H. Hutchins and Bob McConnell, or by contacting the Kiwanis club .which sponsors the pack. ' Minimum chttte S8e for 18 w6tfa or less. When paid with bider, 36 fat word; wlieh .charged, 4o l>er word, No «* •i enis' eommlMton alldWeti, If AtllrafHsiniF SsOuta o 1& ft fff C their Clients 4c aha Send Cash With 6fd«- the? ; iCeBeiVe Ic commission, blind ads 866,; ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Malllnger, Pastor Masses at 7:00 8:30 and 10:00 Watson J. March Writing Column For Los Angeles Times Mr. and Mrs. Watson March and son Jimmy returned to their home in Long Beach, Calif., Saturday after a short visit at the home of Watson's mother, Mrs. L. C. Hanson. Watson has bene with the Douglas Aircraft for several years, but now has a new position with the sporting goods department of the Union. Hardware in Los Angeles. For some time he has been hunting and fishing editor of the Los Angeles Times, writing a full length column in the Sunday paper and a shorter one week days. He uses the name Jim March on his column. Recently Watson and a friend began work on some hunting and fishing movie shorts which eventually are to be released to rod and gun clubs and conservation groups. Watson writes the continuity and plans the location and properties to be used. The first short to be released will be on bass fishing. Margaret Durant's Poem A Prize Winner Margaret Durant, Algona's prominent nation-wide poetess,, recently received announcement that she has won first prize in the 1945 Midwest Poetry Lgague contest. The title of hre poem is Ranch House Tree. This prize amoums to a national award since the Midwest Poetry League, organized in 1922, now has a nation-wide membership. She has only belonged to' the league a year and a half. Miss Durant has won several prizes and recognitions for her poetry, and at present is state president of the National League of American Pen Women, state regent of the Chaparral Poets, a mid- western organization, and third vice president of the National Federation of Poetry Clubs. Russell Sands Home Russell Sands, son of Mrs. Mary Sands, has reached the United States after four years of service and after having not been home in about three years. He has been stationed in Peterborough, a town about fifty or sixty miles north of London. Russell has been radio mechanic operator and is of the ground crew- He wears six battle stars and received a presidential citation. He was sent to Europe on the "Queen El«aheib| ,which sailed August 17th and reached a port in Scotland August 20th of the year he went abroad. His return was also made on the same ship but the trip was a longer one, due to storms. Mrs. Sands received a phone cajil from him and be said as soon as he receives his discharge he will phone her from Chicago again so she will know exactly when to expect him in Algona. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH L. H. Loesch, Pastor • > Sunday, Sept. 30. Rally Day in Sunday school. Bible class and Sunday schoo! at 9:45. Divine service at 10:30. Sunday school picnic at 2:00. j BAPTIST CHURCH Robert F. Kittrell, Pastor. 10 a. m., Sunday school. 11 a. m., Morning worship; Miss Edna Mae Sill will speak. Miss Sill is the first missionary to be appointed from the local Baptist church. She will leave for Africa as soon as a passport can be obtained. 7 p. m., Baptist Youth Fellowship. . . 8 p. m., evening worship. Sermon, "A Dinner Invitation", by the pastor. : , ' FIRST METHODIST CHURCH "A Warm Hearted Church" Nelson Allen Price, Minister 9:45 a. m., church school. Promotion Day program by the var ious departments. Bibles will be presented tp all being promoted Jnto the Junior Department. • 10:45 a. m,, morning worship. Sermon, "The Will of God.'V 5:00 .p. m., junior -Methodist Youth Fellowship, in the church. 7:30 to 10:00 p. m., senior Youth Fellowship at Lee Vander Waal's, 609 S. Minnesota. All services on Standard Time beginning this Sunday. Everyone not worshiping elsewhere is cordially invited. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Clarence C. Richardson, Pastor Sunday, September 30th. Rally Day. 10 a. m., Rally Day in the Sunday school. 11 a. m., morning worship with the pastor speaking on the Rally Day theme, "Learn of Me". The senior choir will sing under the direction of Mrs. Thais Bueghly. The annual Rally Day services will be held in the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning. The morning worship at 11 o'clock will be built about the Rally Day theme. Bibles will be given to the class being promoted from the primary department to the junior department during the church hour, and names of perfect attendance award winners will be announced. Joseph Skow, superintendent of the Sunday school, is in charge of Rally Day plans. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH John P. Clyde, Minister Sunday school, 10 a. m. Church service, 11 a. m. Sermon theme, "The pirit of Promise." Pilgrim Fellowship at 7 p. m. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Morning worship at 11 a. m. Student from seminary will give sermon. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Everyone welcome. HOSPITAL NEWS Sept. 19: Frank Speicker, Algona, medical. Sept. 30: Mrs. Chas. Casey, Algona, boy; Thejma McVay, Algona, medica}; Mrs Ellsworth Brandow, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Etta Uken, Titonka, medical, expired. Sept. 38: Mrs. Earl fripp, Air gona, boy; Mrs. Russell Quster, Algona, surgical. Sept. 35: Mrs. Henry Dumstortt, Bancroft, boy. Sept. 26: Mrs. Floyd Bode, Algona, boy; Mrs. Arthur Bleich, Wesley, girl. GARS FOR SALE: Ceiling s o* less with or without a tfade in. 1941 ^Mercury Coach. 1941. Forti Coupe. 1941 Studebaker Champion Sedan. 1940 Mercury Sedan. , 1940 Ford Coachs .<. 1929 Model A Coach. We buy used*cars, trucks and pickups, kke or model. W. E. Ley, LaBttta, Iowa. 39 FOR SALE: New ?apec ensilage CUtter. Kossuth County Imple- meiit Store. 39 FOft SALE: John Deere B tractor and cultivator, all A-l> condi- tioft,' new. front tires, reasonable. Leslie McEnroe, 4 mi. east on Hl|hway18 and % mi. florth. 39* FOR SALE: 78 acres (more or less)) woven wire fenced, all tiled, electricity, fair set buildings, 3 miles to two good markets, 80 rods from open Country school, taxes low, easy tgrms, priced reasonable. Ello Rahn, 2 miles west Lone Rock. .. 38-39* FOR SALE: 1940 Chevrolet special deluxe town sedan. Guaranteed. Price $906 plus Iowa sales tax and license. Hoenk Motor Service^ West of Court House. ' 39 NEW HONEY for sale. 5 Ib. jar $1.00. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 37lf SPENCER Foundation Garments and surgical supports, individually designed. Mrs. Highland corsetierre at Mrs. Espe's, Bode, Iowa. • 37-46* FOR SALE: Goodyear tractor tires, 12x36, 6-ply in practically new condition and also new prewar tubes for same. Livermore phone 2578, C. V. Mangle, Hardy Iowa. 39 FOR SALE: IHC corn binder With - tractor hitch. L. J. Hash, Corwith. . 39* FOR SALE: Warm Morning heater, very good condition, $15. Jack Craig, 1 East McGregor," Algona. ;' ' 39° FOR SALE: 2-16 McCormick- .JQieering i tractor plows. Ubbc Meyerf'% mile west and -6 north of Wesley. , ' * 39* FOR SALE: All-white porcelain, kitchen range, $60. Call 32-F2 Algona. 39 FOR SALE CHEAP: Frame bldg. Can be seen at 518 South Minnesota. Phone 805. Also Hudson Seal coat,-size IS.y.See at 117 No. Williams St. Mrs. :Ole Moe. 39* FOR SALE: Shorthorn red pure bred bull with papers. JEW years old. QUlet. John Deere corn binder. Albert Baas, Burt. • SB-SB' FOil SALE: Eagle water proo home insulation, "blown lit Expert inspection, estimating serV ice. Cowan, Bldg, Supply Co phone 275, Algona. 20-3-fit FOR SALE: May pullets, extr, healthy. ISO white Leghorns'. 5 White Rocks, $1.35 each. Frei Shipley. *3! SELL your late model car td u for the highest price. Free ih formation on ceilings. Hoenk Mo tor Service, West of Court House •" 38t FOR SALE: International B-typi Silage cutter in very good con dition. Can be seen running a Wilson Legler's, LuVerne. , 39 FOR SALE: Good Hereford bulls serviceable age, some eligible t register. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley 39-40 FOR SALE: Registered Hamp shire boars, both fall yearling and spring. They are ruggeti heavy-bone indivldualfe. New stocl for old customers. Joseph ' A SkoW, Wesley. • , 39-50* FOR SALE: 1 12-ft. John Deere tractor disc. H. L. Walsh,. Lon Rock. . 39 FOR SALE: John Deere D tractor W. H. Goeders, Sexton. 39-40 FOR SALE: 10-20 McCormick- Dee$rfng?tractor, good condition Heiiry Tj aden, -Burt, Iowa.'. 39' FOR SALE: Johhs-Manville' Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call De Leaneagh, Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulatioi Co. 44tf FOR SALE: Poland China sows start farrowing now to 12th o: October./ O. E. Ely, 5% miles southwest of Titonka. 39-40* FOR SALE: John Deere corn bind' er-with-tractor hitch •works perfectly. Phone 5989, Bancroft. Arnold Deitering,; Swea City. . 18w39 FOR SALE: Outstanding Hampshire . rams, suitable for purebred and grade flocks. . Maurice Bernhard, 4. miles, west Bancroft Cemetery. a38-39 FOR SALE: 400 white Leghorn pullets. R. H. Skilling, phone 15-F4, Algona. 39* A:', v SLEEP WtL^AND YOU'LL LtiOK WELL CHATHAM MAKES GOOD BLANKETS How you look and feel depends a lot on how you sleep. And nothing makes for good sleeping like a good Chatham blanket! Chatham has a blanket for every need, every budget: "Sutton", a thrifty, serviceable blend of 25% wool, 50% rayon, 25% cotton in three and a half pound weight; "Air- loom", three and a half pou.nds of warmth-plus-lightness in 75% wool, 25% cotton; and "Woolshire", a 100% virgin wool blanket giving you four full pounds of deep-napped comfort, AH three, now an extra six inches long 1 Roto, blut, etdar, given, peach, Rayon $atin binding, 78 x 90'! SMTTON AIRLOOM *7,9S WOOlSHIRi $]Q' 95 Clinsckill es JR. W ,.«K- . - Qlossl. wANffifi. Lusby & 36 WANrfiD: Girl for office work, bookkeeping and cashiering) and ability to learn comptometer work Bookkeeping, experience or 'education required. Inquire Swift & Co., Algona, Iowa, 39-40 QlftL WANTED to work in drug store. Lusby & Oiossi. " 39 WANf T0 RENT: ISO or 200 A. farm. David McGregor, Surt. Phone 9 on 93. Full line power machinery, ' .37«-40f STRAYED TO MY PLACE: TWO red hogsr 150 Ibs. each. OWher may have same by paying expenses. Mrs. Rosa Stattelman, 4 "I 1 TBt * il-^N Of YOtffi qWM A Land Sfinfc laan, YbU , farm and let it Be Mattel'through farmers owti lending agency which pfbvldes greatest saving*} and wo- tectteft.fof the future, Algoita National Farm Loan 'Aaffti., 110 S. Dodge St., Ph. 205, E. H; Hutching See-Tfeas. ' 39*40*" CONCRETE WORK df all kind**. .Clarence Fraser, phone 639-«W,. Algoha. ~ 89-41- TOWN PROPERTY LOW 1MTER*- EST LOANS. FHA and Veterans "GI" Loans to purchase^ remodel, Refinance Homes. Al— gdna >,Feder-al Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa.' 30tF USE the Algona Upper Des Molneft i. want ads. They have more read- « era today tHa'n ever before f NOTICE TO OUR ACCOUNTS We are still working under government regulation "W" on all our charge accounts. Any charge becomes delinquent after the 10th of the second month and no new charges can be made against it. We are cooperating with the government in trying to keep our accounts On a 60 day basis. ' WON'T you cooperate with us to this same end. We have too much book keeping work to mail" monthly statements so are serving this little "notice" to all our charge customers. ' CHRISCHILLES STORE This Is Where Those Smart Juniors Come From • v Beauty-boasting Here we go again, being proud - eyer ow jaunty vsrsi We, Jaunty Jwio? *«*"* ' A* mm l vttbw *&$m '*•"• "" <8 *' %«All]^A ' r ' '. .^llff^J*'!!^^ "• v " -'•' - "*'"*' f**^"' 1 '^." 1 :"*"!! "^'w^ww^i^iBWfftiiii^jJSiJSSSj^i^gilh^^ t •1 / 4 t ,'J V<* -A- ' • •^ "V , r 'J*,

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