The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1946 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 29, 1946
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PtHURW ATIAKOTA : Mrs. rfohfl Iro& St. Sttnsday afternoon «t 4130 at aid Center hospital. She has boor health for niariy ytsaf s I takeh serldUM? 111 Several le and a week agb Thurs* siakeh to the Buffalo Cen- iltai. She was 71 years of lid have been 72 iti April. 9ff was born in GeAnany there until she was 27 Met, the family settled m Stout for the fcast 32 jfilars *, lived In this vlcirtityV their fting just at the east edge llndorporatcd town. iTroff preceded her In death, fleaves 6 sons and 2 daiigh- of whom live In or around l?d. John the youngest son jily recently returned home erving overseas. The chll- Hemhu, Aeilt, Mrs. Herm- litjc, Joe, Mrs. Pred aroen, |ahd John; eral ' services were held iy in the Evangelical and ned church with ReV. Ed* MuSs officiating and burial ade in .Highland home cem- F!rpm Overseas— Dietrich Gray arrived home iday after 2 years overseas. In the infantry and served .of the following islands, paledonia, Guadalcanal. Flgi, ilnvilie, New Guinea, Leyte, Bohal, Negros, Panay, „• and Japan. He was award- HisFfollowing medals: good con- Jj ; Asiatic Pacific, American Bier, Philippine liberation, vlc- " and the infantryman's com..badge. He was discharged at I'Leavetiworth, Kansas, 'but re' Ited and after a '90. day fur- will report 'back to Fort h on April 17. He Is jtoungest son of Mrs. Albert Is. Bhig Banns— Inns of matrimony were an- ced at Sacred Heart church Sunday (for Mabel Roelfscma onald Kollasch. Heart Party— fast Monday evening Circle [entertained at the first card if the season in the Sacred all. There were 18 'tables ;e and 500. Mrs. Raymond in and Mrs. Asa Warner le door prizes. John Kreps•(Won the high score in 500 ernon Anderson in bridge. to Wisconsin— Jr. and Mrs. Clarence Scott and lly moved their household Is last Wednesday, to Nyc, where they will make their he. .Mr, Scott bought a farm several years ago, Last week had a sale* .here and sold the ••I* machinery .^and household ;/they were not Baking .with ""•c^j^t-^T ^ .-• PI*- * ,--n v -.--. *t Hie Methotiiiit Women's Society, ^ Sei;yl,ceV. Ift^t iThitrs- v ; afternoon at the home of Mrs |in "Carpenter with Mrs. D. A enter assisting;: Devotions ! led 'by Mrs; N. A. Plngel. The Jies voted to purchase a new ppet for ithe p.ul$t as :their part the remodeling of the church by -had previously bought vcne- i blinds which will;be installed en the work Is completed. The it two meetings, Feb. 14 and 28 at the Rev. and Mrs. Cass (jo with Mrs. "Harold Hcrzag sting. : •'"•'. •': Jr. and Mrs, Kenneth Busch f'family visited at the Rcinhold "i 'home at Hlngstcd last week lay. Knoner, manager of the ft.ers Elevator Cooperative to DCS Moines Wednesday Sing'on 'business, . [r. and Mrs. W. E, Wienter and I Marquis attended the Masonic jEastern Star .party at the holl swea City Wednesday night. Irs. John Lutter of Fairmont Is ling this week at the Ipme of "! son Reuben Lutter and her ghter Mrs. Hent-y -Selberg, [»pt. A; K. Lauritzen of .Algona here,on Monday giving tha ! e,very pupil tests to the rural ients In the locality. The local hers gave the tests In grades ihere, > -: Fraink Nit? and Mrs, John 4e were Mankato* shoppers Tuesday, 'Mrs Max Nitz panied them as <ar as Amid visited her sister Mrs.. Gus during the day, 5 and Mrs, George Thompson " xl the funeral ol Mrs, An~ Meddle of Bvwt at-Burt and on Tuesday. The Thomp- |alled on Monday and Wed' e - at the Heddle home. Charles Begendoff and son Junior of Frpst, Minn,, at the Senry_Frye home on "ay. Mrs,^»esen4orl is a pt Mrs. Frye, Charles Jr. J " i week fop the army, ".„ "..," iiaon 8 group . .,, 8n«| friends pleasants prjised Mrg/'FrancIs wilsh at t Jn hpriflf, frf her, birthday, ESTABLISHED 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1946 Second Section—Six Pages •M^^HMMH^M^MNta^MM^M^riaMHtito^MUWMUiilttlMMMMiMafcM VOL. 81-^TO. 4 , served, and took ftelr gn; Wednesday for a Swea City, Algona Cage Tourney Hosts This Week-End ALL BASKETBALL TEAMS IN ACTION; FINAIS SATURDAY Two county 'basketball tournaments will get underway Thursday of this week, one at Swea City for high school teams from the north half, and one in Algona for teams in the south half of the county. At Swea City, teams competing will be Fenton, Seneca, Swea City, Ledyard, Lakota, Grant Consolidated and Lone Rock. In Algona, teams competing will be Titonka, Wesley, Burt, Lu- Verne, Whlttemore and Algona. First Games Thursday. Supt. O, B. Laing stated that the first game would get underway Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. with Wesley meeting Burt. The second game that evening will be between LuVerne and Whittefndre. Algona and Titonka drew byes on the first round. Friday night, dlso at 7:30 p. m., the Wesley-Curt winner will play Titonka, and the LuVerne-Whitte- more victor will meet Algona, in the semi-finals. Saturday at 7:45 p. m. a consolation game will tie played preceding the south half championship game, which starts at 9 p. m. At Swea City the same approximate schedule will be followed as to time of games. LuVerne Team Strong. Admission for adults Is 50 cents, and for students 35 cents. LuVerne and Algona, on pre- tourney dope, are favored to meet in the finals, but nothing is a foregone conclusion. At Swea City, the 'home team seems likely to 1 come through with the title. Swea City has already defeated Algona twice this season. TRANSFUSIONS FOR SICK SEXTON BOY Sexton: Betty Beukema spent Wednesday evening and Thursday at Iowa City.wherc she visited her brother Johnny, who is a patient there after a serious ope/ratior! and hasc 'been . giyeh V several blood transfusions,, .v-rfis mother Mrs. dowii' Anton Boeckholts Observed Golden Wedding January 22 Lakota: The children of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Boeckholt gathered at the parental home Sunday, Jan. 20 to help them celebrate their golden wedding anniversary which was Jan. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Boeckholt ware married at Forest City and made their first home about eight miles southeast of Tilonka. They have farmed most of the time in Wlnnebago and Kossuth counties, except for a few years in North Dakota and Minnesota. In the winter of 1938 they retired to their present home in Buffalo Center. The afternoon was spent extending congratulations and visiting. The dining room was suitably decorated with gold streamers, on the buffet was a pair of bouquets of yellow daffodils and snap-dragons, and in the center of the table a beautiful 2-tier wedding cake topped with a bell ornament. During the serving of a buffet luncheon, the bride of fifty years cut the cake, and it was served to the guests. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Boeckholt and family of Bancroft, Mr. and, Mrs. Harry Olson and Evelyn of Minneapolis; Mrs. Mary Olson of Minneapolis; Mrs. Arthur Allen of Jamestown, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. homo in Storm Lake. The afternoon was spent visiting and contests were held an,d Mrs. Miller was presented with at beautiful chenile bathroom set. Over 4000 FAMILIES a week read The Upper Des Moines. < DANCES! Legion Ballroom Bancroft , Frank , Burger, Titonka, visited here 'with his grandmother Mrs. Sarah Wise Friday .forenoon. 'Mrs. Martin Mlmbach has been suffering lately from an abccsscd tooth, hut had it extracted Friday and was somewhat relieved. •Mrs. Arch Burger, Swea City, came Wednesday evening to sec •her mother Mrs. Sarah Wise, an-l will visit here several weeks. Duwayne and LuVerne Hill, Ellsworth, were callers Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson and family. Francis McMahon,'' returner] home Tuesday evening from Chicago where he has '.been visiting his sister Mary for the past several weeks. . Mr. and Mrs Francis Sanford of Badger were Friday evening visitors at the Glenn Gabrielscn home as were Mr. and Mrs. Don Gabrielson of Mason City. , A number of old friends gathered Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mary Miller for a little farewell party for her, as she will soon be leaving for her new All Kinds of CARPENTER And : v REPAIR WORK Sec BUD ROBINSON 801 South Jerome St. Phone 927-J Troday, Feb. 5— Malck's Accfo. Friday, Feb. S^-Cnrl Bean Tuesday, Feb. 12—-"Oic" Olsen Alrek Boeckholt and family of Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wirtjes and family, Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boeckholt and family of Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boeckholt of Algona; and Mr. and Mri. Orris Cushman an-d family of Bancroft. TAe group presented the honored ones with a purse of money as a gift. This was the first time Mr. and Mrs. Boeckholt^ nine children had been together in a good many years; so they took advantage of the occasion to have a family picture taken. Small Roof Fire With the temperatures between 15 and 20 below, firemen answered a call at the home occupied by Don Miller on West State St., Saturday morning, to put out a roof fire. No serious damage was done. Wm. Finn owns the house. Lakota Farmer Ha* Serious Operation In Mason City Hospital Lakota: Roland Smith Sr., northwest of town farmer, went to Mason City last week Monday for x-rays and consultation and Wednesday morning underwent an operation for gall bladder at Morcy hospital and is reported doing as well as can be expected. Mrs. Smith went to Mason City last week Tuesday and is staying with him. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht (his sister), Dwight Smith, a son, and Mr. and Mrs. Pqul Kollasch, a daughter, were also with him Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kollasch arc caring for the farm activities and stock during their absence. Roland is a son of the late B. F. Smith, a pioneer of Kossuth county. Family Gel-Together— Mrs. Will Aitwcgg and her son Wayne, Austin, Minn., recently discharged from overseas duty, his sister Genevievc, Mrs. Alfred Sheep Lined Coats SHEEP LINED TO THE EDGE Knit wristlets; wide, dark brown Laskin lamb collars; 4 leather reinforced pockets; reinforced armholes; heavy moleskin shells'. Just in time for the worst of the winter, and a good garment for spring plowing warmth. 36 inch.lenglh, all sizes S15.00 AND S16.00 40 inch length, all sizes $2150 here— perfectly and proniptly, ^^^^' ."•,•' ^^, • ^^H^r^ . ^ip^r ^^^^W ^^Hl^^ ;' ^HI|PJ^^, ' ^illF the used in commercial fertiliser, We have rQllmg v$wq cars of .(34i.4i)i fhis than we f. .•tyXl . >•*,'••*?•"• A- 1 »'"™i-i? .-"••» ^*UO,,j<' " ; T»*I»-.:,•*,';e- c t«. .: LEATHER SHELLS Zipper or button styles; sturdy construction and built for warmth; just the thing to wear under a work jacket. All sizes S5.85 AND S7.50 Sheeplined Jackets WOOL SLEEVES Leather front and back, with back built extra length to fit over the small of the back; reinforced leather seams. And here's a price that amazes you $9.75 Wool Jackets Heavy weight jacket; genuine J'alon zipper front; three color plaids or plain blue, brown and red; good length and fine fitting jacket; belted back. $6.00 Jorgensen, her husband and his two sons were last week Monday evening visitors at the F. G. Tor- ines. The men all attended the high school basketball team at the schoolhsusc, Ai Insurance School Henry Swalvc went to DCS Moines last week Wednesday, where he attended an insurance school the rest of the week. Siotm Closes School School was dismissed Friday on account of the storm and the children using busses were taken home while the busses could get through. J. H. Warburton was on the sick list last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton were last week Tuesday afternoon visitors at the Nick Koppens. Dr. R. C. Geilenfeldt, Niok Koppcn and Frank Lewis left early last week for Excelsior Springs. Mo., for treatment. The Rev. and Mrs. F. F. Dar- nhutr went to Fairmont, Minn., Thursday, to visit Mrs. Fred Baumann, Ledyard, who is critically ill at a hospital there following a major operation more than a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Ahrend Hans spent last week Sunday and spent last week Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, returning that evening, at Waterloo, where Ahrend attended a stock sale and Mrs. Hans visited her sister and family, the George Adams. Mr. and Mrs. "Buddy" Zimmerman, who have been visiting Mrs. Zimmerman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels, left last week Wednesday for Iowa City where they will make their home. "Buddy' recently came home from the New Guinea vicinity. Hatchery Manager Newton Scott is the new manager of the Kossuth County Hatchery which opened last week for the 1946 season. The local hatchery is a branch of the Spencer Chick Hatchery, owned by the DcWolfcs. Nativity Scene Now Permanent In Gity The Prisoner-of rWar Nativity scene, which drew thousands of visitors during .-the past Christmas season, is now the property of Algona. Donation of the entire scene was made recently, to'the Junior Chamber of Commerce, who have been moving the entire setup to a building donated for the purpose by the fair board :at the fail- grounds. Ted Chrischilles was in charge of a committee handling the assignment, assisted by Dick Norton, Lloyd Pratt, AL Buchanan, Bob La Barre, Bob Williams, and Ray Funk. . , Deem Buy Camp Jesse peeh,' .who has b'een the Skclgas dealer in .• Algona the past few years, has purchased the Bowen carap ; at Arnold's .park, and he and. his 'family Will move there about March .1;, : Mr. Deen recently sold.his acreage. . JUST RECEIVED! NEW SHIPMENT OF ' Bachelor's Friend Sox Ample elasticity provides right (it for smell, average and large sized man, sizes 9 to 14; laundry tested and aprovpd; in blue, grey, brown, .black, and white; fine combed cotton, • ,, 4 Mercerized Cotton or Rayon, 3 pairs $1,00 WE JiAYE A FAJlSUFFtY OF 'mm m^m mm PRE-WAR QUALITY TOOLS AXES, l^lb.. .....»1.S9 Hunters', or Boy Scout axe with 18'hickory handle. HACKSAW with blade.... .Me Adjustable 8' to 12' pistol grip type. •;..-.•••.. • ; HAMMER, 20-ounce ripping. $1.49 Well balanced drop forged claw hammer.- • PLUMB AND LEVEL COMBINATION »3.79 24' sis-glass aluminum type. Two level and four plumb glasses. PENCIL COMPASS, .pring type .32c 5' Bceel-bladed compass with tempered steel spring. HAND SAW, erowcut....»!.« 26' taper ground 8-point high quality steel. HALF HATCHET, 1 W • • 91.33 Keen edged forged steel'blade with'hickory handle. PLIERS, power grip, drop forged ......'.. .91*19 8' size, designed for CROWBAR, gooseneck 3So 24' heavy duty wrecking bar. ADJUSTABLE WRENCH, 10'size..... $1.25 Drop forged from lightweight alloy steel. IGNITION WRENCH SET, open end 20c Six-piece «et of beat treated steel. . .$32.50 yghtrweigbt drill with powerful motor and high speed ran cpoling. Available on pur thrifty payment plan. DHiLJ, STAND.,. ,.....,.55o Accommodates ga drills from ft to Gjpsrp, machinist's y dnty............ f2.79 $ steel chest with leather and nipkej plated comer pattern. .65c open end. .95c 6-pJepf carbon stee} aet. IP pjisfcf ». WEJJj POWER BENCH GRINDER,. ,-.,.., ...$!.*$ For tool shairpeninj, buffing or polishing. Wheels and brush** not included $%' Grimier Wheel fo# above $9e AX SHARPENING STONE.......... ........ 19e 3 : inch round stone fof use with QU pr vater. ELECTRIC SOLDERING IRON.- ••........, v- 100-watt bome soldering iroq with grfoot cord, '-•• JR.QN ;..,.,,...,,, Operates fronj any $-vo}t bat I&QW TORCH,

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