The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1946 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, February 26, 1946
Page 5
Start Free Trial

leihodist Speaker d Jcetit Jr. will toe the guest eF Wednesday evening at the pthodist Men's Glub meeting in churoh, A dinner will precede the program. C. R. Schoby and H. &, Hutzell are co-chairmen of the dinner, and-Milton Norton is chfciMtem of the program commit* tee. FARMS FOR SALE l" 134 A. highly improved, well located, $206 per acre. 200 A. improved, Welt located, $150 fter Sire. 220 A. improved,, well located, at $34,000. 160 A. well improved) good location, $ldO per acre. 6 room house, to be moved, located & miles south, l'/2 West of fitttt, $2000, Also have two homes in Algona, priced to sell. P. J, KOHLMAAB Phone 22 Algona Notice to Dog Owners Licenses Must Be Purchased By April 1. LICENSE FEE Males $LOO Females $3.00 After April 1 there will be a penalty fov not having a 1946 license. Purchase licenses from any city police officer,City of Algona . . . Attention ALL DRIV€RS ^ '" '• '*( attention to the heeds Of his car. Service now will mean new added hours of dependable driving. Regardless of make or model, we can assure you of utmost satisfaction. Come in today! Let us attend to the needs of your car—promptly, thoroughly and efficiently. . , - ;V_ ' •' • " , •" : . -v Kossuth Motor Co. .•-,", .-*,.., f Chevrolet Sales and Service Joe Harig Don Nelson Phone 200 N. Dodge Sale of HouteholdGoodt r*'« we are moving to Spokane, Wash,, we will Allowing household goods inFentQn, Iowa, on > February 28 3«le to begin at |530 jp; n>, v v Superflame 2-burner heating;||tove, new in the fall; Home Comfort kitchen renpVWtchen cabinet; kitcjien table ami 15 chairs; dining table and buffet; % rockers; New Home sewing machine; 3 dressers; davenport and chair and platform rocker to match, set three years old; 9x12 wool riig,'? years old, Four-piece light tan c«^f bedrQQroiuHe, almost new; £ new mattresses; % steel beds. ^ bed springs; cedar chest; new chfst of drwetisi/v child's waiting desk and bench; J8^c, dinner set of dishes, complete and new; other dishes; jfruit |«rs; 3 2-gal. Jap; lawn mower; wash Wb. «§w ironing board; taOls ahd other, items too numerous to mention, . ;f rpt ' FENTON FORWARDS AT VALENTINES Fonton: Eight members, six guests, and the 4-H club leader Mrs. Will Weisbrod, answefdd to roll call, "Our new health habit" on February 10, when the Fenton Forwards 4-H club wet at the home of Rachel Volehtine. After the meeting had been called to order by the president Delores Mueller, Anna Rae Weisbrod gave a demonstration on "Refinishing hard wood," and Marilyn Weisbrod gave a discussion on the topic, "Living in Columbia. Mrs. Will Weisbrod gave a talk on Framing Pictures. "One meeting was adjourned, games wore played, and lunch was served by the hostess. "500" Club Parly Mr. and Mrs'. George Jenta entertained the members of their 500 oluta Tuesday evening. High score prize for women was won by Mrs. C. H. Newel and high score prize for men was won by Weber Yager. Bridge Club at Newels Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel entertained their bridge club on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mis. Rex Wolfe played, for absent members. Mrs. Jake Schwartz won high score prize; for women and Paul Eigler won high, score prize for men. Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dailey of Algona spent Wednesday at the Richard Goetsch home. Mildred Goetsch and Lynn of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parental George Goetsch home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Newel and family of HumboWt spent Friday at the parental George Newel home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel and Dennis were Thursday evening visitors at the Truman Johnson home near Swea City. Mrs. Fred Boyken and sons spent last weekend in Waterloo with their husband and father Fred Boyken, who is employed there. Pvt. Gerald Jentz concluded his furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz Thursday when he left to report back to camp. Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, Mrs. Jess Halvorson and Miss Bertha Rahto attended a county'teach- ers meeting Thursday evening at Algona. • ' .. . Maurice Wallace arrived in Fenton Tuesday: night, after spending some time in the state of Washington, whero he was employed. Circle 5 of the W. S. C. S. meets every third Thursday of every month. This month they met at the home of Mrs. Lucille Holldorf. .'..Mr. and ; Mjrs.. JYank Hick.s of Omaha visited'from Thursday to Sunday, at the Frank Eipler home. Mrs, Hicks and Mrs. Eigler are sisters. Marriage H6t Hindrance to This fowler Julie Baas, one of the county's most talented bowlers, says thai all the kidding he has been getting about bowling and getting married will now hdve to slop. Baas, Who was married about a month ago, went to Charles City last week and won high honors in a bowling tournament there turning in an 862 pin average for the four games bowled, of a 'good 2JS average per game. this isn't the first victory for Julie. He also recently got into the money in Fort Dodge, Spencer and Lake Park competition. He bowls on the Old Style Lager team in the Kossuth League, and his cronies say he just had some luck with Old Style Strikes. Julis farms with his dad near here. FAREWELL PARTY FOR SENECA FOLKS Seneca: Relatives and friends dropped in on the Norman Thompsons last Tuesday evening and staged a surprise farewell party for them. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody, Mr. an.d Mrs. Irwin Classon and Donna, Mr, and Mrs Curtis Olson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lopfl and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg and Delores, Supt. and Mrs R. L. Gowen, Alvin Oleson, Kenneth Campbell and Gene Bollig The'evening was spent playing "bunco," after which refreshments were enjoyed. The Thompsons will move soon to a farm south of Fenton. Mrs Thompson will continue her duties as teacher vat the Seneca school and La Von and Bobby will also finish the school year here. Dinner for Basiceteers The Francis Foleys were hosts to the Seneca Girls' basketbal squad at a dinner at their home last Wednesday evening. Included were Wanda Olsen Dona Moore, Marilyn Foley Donna Classon, La Von Thomp son, Shirley Culbertson, Marly: Johannesen, Anne Conwell, De lores Wilberg, Marjorje Simpson and Dorothy Osborn. Lois Bur was unable to be present. Also present were Coach am Mrs. R, L. Gowen and Julia Con well. . Following dinner (he group played ''bunco." Jolly Jokers Club Mr. and Mrs, Howard Richards were hosts tp the Jolly Jokers club at a card party at Jiome Wednesday evening. . Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jensen spent the weekend with relatives at Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs, Jens Halverson are expecting their daughter Mrs. Alfred Eness of, Moiy day. Mrs. Eness wil ftelp her parents with their moving- Mr, and Mrs, LJoyd .Pleson ant son Norman pf Moscow, Waho arrived at .the pajenial Sam Ole son how T^jefpay evening. They will spend several weeks in, tR& vicinity and will fee jher<j f« help Mr. Qleson's PJIWts, thji §1J» PR fO TITONKAN'S RITES HELD WEDNESDAY Titonka: Many friends and relatives of Walter Oslerman were shocked to learn of his untimely death early Sunday morning. He had passed away quietly during -the night. The funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Immanuel Lutheran church with Rev. Wm. x Plany officiating. He leaves to mourn his early departure, his beloyed wife Emma, three sons Donald 15, Eugene 11, Wayne 8, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Osterman Sr., Titonka, his aged grandmother Mrs. Effie Kilwick Sr., Minonk, 111., two brothers John and Elmer of near Titonka, a sister Sena, Mrs. George Boyken of near Woden, and many relatives and friends. ALftOtfA fOWA _, TWO LIVERMORE BUSINESS CHANGES I.ivevmorc: Fred Pooch' has announced the sale of his feed mill hern to Sherman Wickre, of Rcinbnck. Mr. Pooch has been in husiness here- eight years, after buying- the old elevator building. The new o\vner Mr. Wickre, is a volor.'in of World War II, and was a prisoner of the Germans for a time, after being injured. He hnd previously been employed as manager of a feed mill at Koinheck. He will t;ikc over here March 15, and move his" family consisting of a wife nncl Hirer 1 children ;is soon as ho can find living quarters. In another business change, Mrs. Charles Chan/1 taors has purchased the old theatre building and plans to open a variety store. Mr. Chambers, who bought the John Deere store here some years ago, expects to continue in that business. The Chambers moved to Livermore from Swea City. The American Legion, which had boon using the theatre build- Leftter Godden Is Home And On Job Lester Godden recently received his discharge from the army, and has begun employment at the Elk Cleaners, where he worked before he entered the army in May, 1943. Lee served overseas 19 months in New Guinea, the Philippines, and Japan. His wife, the former Jean Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Young, is employed at the Security State bank. His older brother, Clarence, was discharged last September after three and a half years in service, during which time he spent two years in the Aleutian Islands and about eight months in Germany. He and his wife and th°ir little daughter are making their home at Corydon, Iowa. Both boys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Godden of here. Norton In Hospital Bert Norton, Well known Al- gonian, was taken to the Kossuth hospital last Friday with was thought to be a cerebral hemorrhage. He was resting well this week. He 'has Weeft etftp ed at the Algona Flbuf & Store here. LOW COST ADVERTISING That's what you get in Uppf Des Moines want ads! Over 4, r MANY FARM MOVES IN IRVINGTON AREA Irvington: Many March 1 farm changes will take place in -the irv- ington neighborhood. The Alfred Schultz family now working for Bob Plunkett on the Clarence Mawdsley farm, have rented the farm occupied by Ralph Lage. Homer Gregory has purchased the A. J. Brown place and the Browns have returned to the old Brown homestead. ,Mr. and Mrs. David Smith will live in 'the tenant house of Mrs. Edna Smith while the Wm. Champions who have been farming Mrs.. Smith's 'farm, will move a to, place vacated- 'by the Louia*. Fu „ , mann family. The Fuhnrranns ore moving to an acreage purchased from Jess Dean at the east of Algona. Clarence Seimers will move from St. Benedict to t'he Lawrence Dittmer place on the Ridgeroad, and the Dittmers will move'to n- place west of Burt. The Carol Hutcjiins will farm the John McGuire place while Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wickwire have moved to the Hal Skilling ,farm. The Skillings have retired and moved to Algona. Mr, and Mrs. Bernie Burldngamn and their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Miner Schrader, have moved to the old Bist place, owned by the Burlingames. Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzum will move into the house on the old Frank Ditsworth place, now owned by Herman Becker. However the Vit- zums will not farm the land. Eleanor Fraser Here Miss Eleanor Fraser, spent the week end in Algona a guest at the Glenn Raney home. Since being released from the WACs several months ago Lieut. Fraser has been visiting her mother, Mrs.; Walter Fraser at Phoenix, Arizona. Mrs. Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. Paddock and Mr, and 'Mrs. W, J. Bounce were in good health. Mr. and Mrs. Bourne were anxiously awaiting spring and their return to their home in Algona. Lieut. Fraser has again taken up 'her -work as traveling auditor for the state draft boards, in Des Moiiies, Move To Galbraith Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnacken'berg have secured a farm east of Galbraith where they will live after March. 1st. No Restrictions ' On FURNACES $omt ModeU Available New M»njr fcmjllej uriU be enjoying «con JhM w* pre-WM quality Green Colrfiiol Pumoce they've been waiting for. ' ' HAYS YOy PLACED YOUR ORPER? » not, do JH oMicklyj the derow} i» heavier thin the ii»mediate lupply — •: B»t •you'll «'WW be »l»d yea waittd for » Green Coloj»i»l yiirniw, Bee : " Whether yog prefer to«l, oil or javthsce'; • ipcctelly dciljned Green CoIocW Furnace Uing & MiicK«y %!$$ m, •£• v ffv^Kpftw ••«•. y.-;. W: : M9$^iw$-i^ v. ; GREEIlCOLOnifll FUROflCE SERVICE K. C. Team Plays The Algona K. C. basket-ball team will meet the Emmetsburg Independents, Wednesday night, Feb. 28, on the local floor, in a game starting at 8:30 p. m. Farmer If you plan to do any fencing this year, we in- vite you to call and see our splendid stock of Creosoted Yellow Pine Posts . * We are unloading a car at this time. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, Iowa WANTED- TO BUY FOR CASH, OR TRADE 25 Good Late Model Used Cars Hoenk Motor Service Phone 391 West of Court House Horses! I will buy two or three well matched and well broke horses. Also some unbroke mares from 2 to 8 years old. Phone me this week, or see me at the Algona Sale Barn on Friday. Phone 5601 Bancroft I also deal in all breeds of milk cows. Charles Quinn 8* As I am unable to find a farm, I am compelled to hold a closing, out sale, and will sell the following described livestock, farm machinery, etc. at my farm .located 1 . l-£ moles east of Algona on the McGregor St. road and 1| miles south; or 2i miles northeast of Irvington, on Monday, Mar. 4 Sale Starts at 1:30 p. m. Head of Livestock Head of Cattle 12 10 head of high producing milk cows; 2 yearling heifer calves. Horse, 7 Years Old 39 Good Feeder Pigs, wt, 125 Ibs. APPROXIMATELY 50 CHICKENS Farm Machinery ,24-ft drag; 6*ft, Miim«sota mower j John Deer§ 2*row icuUivator? John single row culUvator j Hay§« corn planter j hand corn «htlJerj wagon with triple iJiay rack; 18x12 brooder hou«ef 12x16 brofcder hcm*fc; B«?yt harness; 60 woven wre, TERMS; Cash, No property A* Mattriit t&M«^k

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free