The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1946 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 26, 1946
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••*« V ? srB? Professional Advertisements AT LAW 1 fc B. QtJAftTOtt H. W. MILLEK ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGONA/IOWA » !' tttfycmspN & HUTCHISON * $ ATTORNEYS AT LAW A, Hutchison (1862-1638) » 4 Donald C. Hutchison Theodbre C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Algona, Iowa 1 I ec £hbnc • ft Oaylord D. Shumway . Kelly Harold F. Fristedt VAV, KELLY & FRISTEDT . ATTORNEYS AT LAW , Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone 58 Algona, Iowa •I LINNAN & LYNCH M. ATTORNEYS AT LAW pfijce over Kossulh Mut. Ins. Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 26 L.A. W1NKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW ^ Office in Hutchison Building ' 180Algona, Iowa THREE IN RACE AT SWEA CITY FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR Swea City: Nominating papers for three candidates for school director in the Swea City consolidated district were circulated last week. The candidates were Fred Peterson, Selmer Uhr, and Oscar Linde. Two directors are to be elected for three year terms. Tfce terms of Fred Peterson and Ole Kvamsdale expire this spring. Mr. Kvamsdale, present loard president, has announced hat he will not be a candidate. The election will be held Monday, March 11. Al Caille Sale Art Peterson, Herman Bowman, John Sanftner and Tony Kollasch were in St. Paul las>t week from Monday till Wednesday. Mr. Peterson went up to see his fat cattle sell. Spend* Weekend In Burt From College Burt: Carol Reynolds, who i attending business college in De Moines, spent the weekend wit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W Reynolds. Donald Nordin, wh had spent a day or two with hi father, came back with* Caro Friday evening. The Herman Busises entertain cd the Friendly Four club at a sOO party last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert z.;ent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Schwdetert's father, F W Baum, Lakota. Dorothy McDonald spent the weekend with relatives at Ames and took in the basketball game Saturday night. Vernon Wallace returned to Jf. D. LOWE . K - ATTORNEY AT LAW ,iKooms 212-214 First Nat'l Bk Bid Phone 287 Algona, Iowa E. J. VAN NESS ,, Law Offices * • nJ>JVan Ness Delln Walte i 2nd Floor New Heise Building • Algona, Iowa HAROLD J. McNERTNEY LAWYER »,: Office in Hutchinson Bldg. Phone 354 , Algona, Iowa j'HVSICIANS & SURGEONS C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. MELVIN G. BOURNE . PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Phone—Office 197 Res. 194 Across from F. S. Norton & Son DR. ROBERT W» LEE Physician and Surgeon ,., ' Hutchison Bldg. /Office Phone 127 Res. 827 DENTISTS A. J. .EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 859 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg. Ifhonc 44 Res. Phone 116 DR. ERVIN J. ANDERSON DENTIST Office in McEnroe Building |J)f, Phone 572 Res. Phone 525-W Buy Swaa City Property , Alfred E. Anderson and his father, Albert Anderson of Jo- wfv 111 '' have bou g h t the S. P. Eckholm house and lots just west of the Champliu station. It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson will live in the house and Alfred E. will build a garage on the east part of the property. New Manager Arrives A. M. Amundson, manager of the Swea City Co-operative Creamery, took over his new duties last week Monday. -The family moved here Wednesday and are living in the Dr. C. W. Lundquist house vacated by the Bruce Eckharts. There are two sons in the Amundson family, both of school age. Mrs. Wilfred Carlson is visiting her daughter Mrs. Jack Hal sey and family in Kansas City. Miss Regina Henry, who ha served efficiently for some tim n the Swea City postoffice, ha returned to her home in Wes Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pattersor came over from Buffalo Cente Tiday to help Mrs. J. Augus •eterson celebrate her birthday vlrs. Patterson is an aunt of Mrs eterson. . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Butter leld Jr. and Mrs. J. E. Vaux rove up to Lake Crystal, Minn. o Clarion Thursday after spending a few days at the home of his sister Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, The Wm. Schneiders, who have been working for C. W. Patterson the past year, moved to Rodman last week, where they have rented a farm. DR. J. P. HERRIG DENTIST/ Rooms 13 and 15 Haggard & Peterson Bldg. jghone'lO „ Rqsidejnce,,569 OPTOMETRIST' A. W. AMUNSON Office—Borchardt Bldg. Eyes Examined Res. Phone 436 , . nday to visit the Will Siemans amily. Mrs. Siemans was formerly Ruth Butterfield. The Bruce Eckhart family left Swea City, last week and are visiting relatives near Algona before leaving for the west coast Several parties Were held for the .Eckharts prior to their departure. . »*Mrf5fc _ r^T^ "r *•**••»*»*-» J«t Dodge' a y> e and the Sanftnerjeft Mon- MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE E. JOHNSON !Burpee Agency)" District Agent Northwestern Mutual Life .Algona, Iowa Phono 656 Res. 173 WALTER L. FRIESNER Auto Fire Hail Life B'in f. Farm Insur ance Companies H|0_So. Minn. . . Phone 746 i »»> *v**w yv'illg 1V1UJ1- . for Minneapolis, where they expect to remain for some time. They will hve in the apartment of a, friend who expects to toe absent for several weeks. Mrs. Isabel Dahl and daughter Joan and Mrs. Dewey Cochran and son Roger, Fairmont, spent the weekend at the Herman Bowman home, and with other rnla-fiuoc •i nn l,.j: n_ . »»»"<=i Thoreson Re-elected Rural Electric Head Swea City: O. L. Thoreson Swea City, was reelected pres dent of the DEK rural electri cooperative association at the an nual meeting held at Esthervill recently. Other officers from hero wh were reelected were L. J. Han sen and Art Aiiderson, directors and Ted Wallentine of Lakoti was also reelectod as a director Frank Schultz Dies Lu Verne: Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon in Livermore, with burial in the LuVerne cemetery, for Frank Schultz, 1, who died at his home m Livermore, following a strbke He was the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz, and was well known in this community. ALCONA WPEB DES MOINES, ALOONA IOWA FORM A WOMAN'S IRVINGTON; Irvington: Last. Friday after noon the Irvington Twp: Farm HOSPITALS KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Feb. 19: Lawrence Youngwirth, Wesley, surgical. •Feb. 20: Beulah McMahon, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Lone Rock, surgical Feb. 21: Mrs. Art Droessler, •Lakota, boy; Mary Daley, Corwith, medical; Orville Rock, surgical. , , Kressin, Lone •Feb. 22: Mrs. Chet Cook, Algona, •Feb. 23: Mrs. Jens Knutson, Algona, surgical; James E. Holmes Algona, medical. Feb. 24: Burton E. Norton, Algona, medical. ,fi? b -. 2 , 5: Mrs> Dick Ma y. Coi- wllh, girl; Clinton 'Lighter, Algom» surgical. iENERAL HOSPITAL Feb. 19: Fred Delhi, Britt, med- cal, expired. iFeb. 21: Mrs. Ralph Lee, Algona, medical; Eunice Otto, Lotts Creek medical. ' . Feb. 22: Mrs. Leo Goetz, Wesley, irl; Ronald Stiets, Britt, medical! -- ---- -* • "*'e>v«.i»,. j. vy$/.. feu ii Bureau ladies met at the honie of Mrs. Arthur .-Krausfe. The meeting was. called for the purpose of organising ; a Woman's club in conjunction with the Farm Bureau/group with part of £e programs still ' " Home • Project work sponsored and presented by the Farm Bureau, • ••••. Mrs. Grace Phillip's was.'elect ed president/Mrs. John Weber vice president, and Mrs. Gilbert -largreaves secretary ' treasurer. wrs. John Schul2 presented the csson^ material at this' meeting and Mrs. Clarence Mawdsley jave a "health talk." Mrs. Coleman was assistant hostess. , Farm Bureau Ho*fc Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel en- ^rtamed the Irvington township arm Bureau last Wednesday vening, assisting hostesses bong Mesdames Arthur Maasdam, 'Hbert Hargreaves, .Barney Ca- esius and Lawrence Dittmer. Harry Ward gave a very interesting talk on his experiences in Alaska. Mrs. Grace ; Phillfps and Mrs. Chas. Egcl furnished <pian< and violin music. ^ A young la dies quintet composed of Jean M , ar . le . an f Beverly Capesius Phyllis and Beverly Robison am Patty Hargreaves sang severa very entertaining numbers. Mi's Lillian Maasdam closed the program with a piano solo. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Etherington moved one day • last week Wadleigh farm easfof Bag Ohc Pox .One fox was .bagged, Sunday, by tox hunters from that area who Scoured Plum Creek twp. Another hunt will be (held next Sunday, Starting at noon. Hunters are asked to meet at the Plum Creek center 'School. Dies In Hospital Here Fred Deihl, 64, of Britt, passed away Monday morning at the General hospital in Algona from complications. He will be taken to his original home in Illinois for burial. Visitors Here r' Helen Barton, Council Bluffs, with her neice, Marie Car- ne ui R> N " spent lho weck end with Mrs. Barton's parents, the J. B. Johnstons, and her sisters Wrs. Harold Lampright and Mrs. Edward Carney. .......... Tin- Week Odd Spots in the News Galbraith. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter .-Flower of F . or t Dodge wore Sunday' guests VIr. and Mrs. Goodheart Sanft- ° ---. wv^a^ajr £UCDLD .. Mr - a , n d _ Mrs.. Arthur Kruse, the two ladies being. sisters. The local Ladies Aid phtertain- ed about 40 ladies ,on Feb. 14 at a shower' 'honoring' Margaret aansen Harms ahd' Maxine Lmdhorst Platt.... . • Miss Evelyn Black, Sac City .eacher, spent'the weekend with her parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. Paul Black. Everett, son, of the Blacks, s still stationed in' India, • • •< Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Laage were honored' at a farewell party last Thursday 'even- ng at the Dittmer home, Both mil move frbm.,the community March 1..- Guests'were'friends nd neighbors. The evening was pent at cards, with lunch jbeirtg erved. . . .. :•.•', '• •' , Birthday Surprisi : "(' Mrs. Isabel ..Loss .was •pleasantly suiprised. on 'Sunday, Feb. 17, when relatives .'ahd' friends. assembled at her home in honor' of h . er .birthday. . Those, present .in r eluded Mr;, v and/. •MrjjV.- Steven M OSS '^V 3 "^ daughter-Mr. ": a nd Mrs. Albert ; Leigh . and ; family, Mr. and Mrs.. Ralph .'Faith, Mr. nnrf Mrs. -Frank •Skillinff.' Mrs. Married Twice. Lt. Theron Driscoll, pf Belle . - , Molly. Spurgeon and twx>, c. dren, the Dr. Gibs6ri ; family, Mr , Plaine, married Miss Jeanne West at Brisbane, Australia. He learnec later that in order to obtain transportation, visas, etc., it would be necessary for him to get official army permission to marry the Australian girl. Lt. Driscoll then officially asked for, and obtained, permission to marry his "wife". After the second ceremony, army red tape unwound, granted the Visas. Flying Fox Hunts. Dale Campbell and Ed Parrish of Adel, do their fox hunting deluxe in a smal plane, with Campbe) piloting and Parrish operating a shot gun in the waist-gunner position. They even have a ground crew, consisting of other hunters who station themselves in the fox area and gather up the pelts. Tree Fell. Glenn Catlett, 41, of near Cascade, went out in the timber near here recently to cut down a tree. .t fell the wrong way, pinned him mder it. Searchers found his body the following morning. Small World. Max Sander, Elk Horn, Iowa army man, walked into an army barbershop in Yokahama for a haircut, was "trimmed" by army barber Warren Jacobsen, also of Elk Horn. On comparing notes, the two friends found they were billeted in adjacent buildings. Old Fashioned Cow. Melvin Pauls of Mechanicsville went out to the barn lot recently to try out a new milking machine. One of the cows decided she preferred the old fashioned way, kicked Mr. Pauls, broke his leg. Fresh Fish. A slate conservation crew is removing the carp, buffalo and sheepshead from Storm Lake. The drive comes at a fortunate time for the folks of that area, when the meat packing strike has cut down the supply of fresh meat available. New Industry. Recently the first car load of "pulpwood" was shipped ifrom Farmington, Iowa, to a pulpwood mill in Ohio. Arthur Secor, farmer, is the moving spirit of the project which will find a market for Iowa cottonwoods and other Iowa soft wood trees suitable for sale as pulpwod. The recent developments in all kinds of wood fiber products opens up a good marke for Iowa's "soft" trees, he says. Snow Suits. Dressed in white coveralls, Wilner Burk and son Gerald of near Bebnond used their camouflage to good advantage in the snow recently, bagged four foxes in a single hunt. No Price Fall. Ted McFarling and Lloyd Son Jr., caused the fall of dozens o( eggs, but not in price. McFarling's truck slid into a ditch near Shannon City while Son's truck slid into a ditch near Creston — both trucks were hauling eggs. The eggs fared the worst of the ordeals. More Aerial Hunts. Web du Von and Leon Hentges of LeMars have motorized the sport of wolf hunting. Last week they went hunting in one of Von's airplanes and in two hours had bagged four wolves. The men report that the wolves can't get away from an airplane and are easily shot when the plahe swoops low. The two have volunteered to get rid of any of the animals for any of the nearby farmers who inform 'them where the wolves hang out. New Record. A beaver recently trapped by -PAtiffi on the Missouri river near Sioux City. The one caught by Behrens was found on the Little Sioux river in Woodbury county under a "nuisance" permit issued to L. Caton. Valentine Month. The Mount Pleasant public library last month featured a doll collection. During February they plan to display valentines of all kinds. In fact, they hope to display a collection that will show the dc velopment of valentines over a period of several decades. "S" Watch Out. ' A survey by the Osceola Tribune" in Clarke county revealed that those with names beginning with the letter "S" have odds 2 to 1 against them when it comes to the" mntter of happy marriages. It was found that more than twice as many divorces were granted to persons whose last names began with "S" than to to those starting with any other initial. TYPEWRITER CLEANER Keep your typewriter keys Clean with Webster's RTZ. Cleans type, platens, all metal parts, all kinds of machinery. 50c bottle. Algona upper Des Moines. 34tl Hank Behrens of Anthon has exceeded the weight of any previously caught in Iowa. The animal weighed 87. pounds, six pounds heavier than one trapped in 1938 Public Invited! BAKED BEAN SUPPER Tuesday, Feb. 26 7:00 p. m. Baked Beans Boston Brown Bread Meat Loaf Gravy Mashed Potatoes Cold Slaw Pudding Townsend Hall 108 So. Hall Adults 50c Children 35c Henry Field Seeds Another truck load just arrived, Get busy if you want some. If you cannot come, telephone your order collect. White'siMarket Phone '631 New|Spring|Amvals At SHU k> MMOl JUNIOR U^*?, . -the Ethenngtons. -;The<main feature of the day. was the' fine birthday dinner served, at.! noon BUY your "printed' or engraved wedding invitation's and. announcements at the Algona''Upper rloo nlTf\i w ftn , : ' •.-- - •. *-r.. _ EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION /' CREDIT ASSOCIATION 'Loans to Farmers and Stockmen With a sound basis for credit. Rate 4%% 'art time office, Friday 1 to 4 .,? 1 " N atio "al Farm Loan Ass'n Office % Block South'of Council Oak Store. '*Brrn» QUALITY" . ., -. — .-.„, H*« M w AMI ULllCl relatives, including their: parents The BOSS IS GON€ A Few Weeks! He It', mercnandise that's been on order a long time. We assure you are REAL BUYS. ADQUARTeR3 ROVBER STAMPS Your orders will b« KM promptly and ^efficiently \ ORDER NOW! 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