The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1946 · Page 5
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>f f"X • £ r> ^kMA¥fMArfc«ig f iWtJ^^__ / ' '>s ;rr»V"('•*?**c? " • • \ /•' E..Gartlajid,,C. S. C. ol writer, who-is conducting NEW TARMTO MARKET'ROAD IS INTHE MAKING FOR TITONKA AREA Tilonka: An extra width for a new farm to market road is being purchased fn order to extend the .road now in use. The road from the Rainbow bridge north three miles and the road east .from the same bridge corner east to the Hancock county line will be graded and graveled These roads will be finished this year according to'supervisor Wm. Schram. to Titonka— ' •Many friends of Mr. and Mrs Alvin HankartV wore happy to learn from Mr. Hankan; who was visiting friends last week, that they are planning on moving back •to Titonka. The Hankans moved to Bluffton, Ohio, several years ago to be with Mr. Hankan who was employed there. ' They plan on moving at the .termination of this school term. ' ' . Taken to Hospital- Miss Tillie Falk'was taken to the Kossulh hospital last Friday but,because of over crowded conditions existing there she wcs taken to the Humboldt hospital for treatment. Her mother Mrs. John, Falk Sr. was taken to a nursing home in Algona'.-last week.' San Francisco Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark went to Barrington,'. 111., to visit their son W. C. Clark',and family who . reside there. Bill is employed in Chicago but because of the housing crisis they have been living in , Barrington which is forty miles from his work., t_ Dick Kucheni-uether,> having recently .been discharge34from tha navy, arrived home last Monday morning. ' " :Dr. R. C. Ball,, who has recently been 'confined .to the Mason City hospital." was planning on coming home Wednesday. Mr. and -Mrs. Elmer Mechler went to CaVfornia for several weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Bently took them to Ames where they took a train. Sayre Winkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,CIair Winkle who now live in Algona but formerly lived on a farm southwest of Titonka, was listed among returnees arriving a Raymond >Ricklefs went to Lincoln, Neb., this week to attend school for a couple of weeks. Mrs Ricklefs went to Denver to visil 'her mother who resides there. Mr. 'and Mrs. Art Boyken, Carl F. Callies and T. A. Dunmire took the basketball boys to Cedar Falls to see the sub-stal* basketball games which were boing played Wednesday evening. They left early Wednesday morning, returning early Thursday morning. MICK1E SAYS— VOUR 1>LIE> TT/'^ST OF !£M } JEfT CONSIDER. 7Z//^ A LllL 72? AW KX PLANS AN ATHLETIC BANQUET The Junior Chamber of Commerce is planning a banquet for members ..of the high school teams from ibqth Algona high school and St. Cecelia's academy, for next T/uesdayi' Mar. 26. If present.-pljfrns develop, the banquet will be -held in, the high school, arid'a college coach is being lined up to be .the guest speaker. , The banquet committee- consists of Ray Cook, Don Arris, Wayne Bowen and Russ Waller. At the Junior Chamber's meeting last Thursday night, 'nomination of officers for the coming year were made. The election will be hold March 27. The following were nominated: '. For president—Al Buchanan and Eugene Hutchins. Vice president — Beecher Lane, .Dick Post, Ray Cook, and .he defeated candidate for president; two to be elected. Secretary and' treasurer — Ted Ihrischilles and. Les Kinyon. Directors, five to toe elected— Don Arns, Lloyd Pratt, Ed Os- .rum, Art Wniss, Oran Hudson, 3ob Nolle, Wayne Bowen, Ray ^unk, Vernon Jenson, Beecher -,ane, Dick Cowan, Craig Smith ind Plarlan Sigsbce. Kay Sclchell, local state con- eryation officer, gave an inter- ;stmg talk at the meeting rela- ive to the three-way radio hookup between planes, cars and moor boats along the Missouri riv- r duck nesting area, in a con- ervation project there recently. UPPER UES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA Honor John Oft 75th Bif thdfty i * ^ f wmm . i * p* f At Bormann Home St. Joe: Mr. and Mfs. George Bormann entertained 1-elalivcs Sunday, Mar. 10, in hon6r of the 75th birthday of John Reding Mrs. . Bormann's father. Others present were Mrs. John Reding the Peter Bormann family, the Harold Reding family, the John Bormann family, find Andrew Angela, Jo Ann and Jerome !:>- pelding. Mr. and Mrs. Peul Erpelding were unable to attend because of Illness. John Albrightils Spelling Champ Of Plum Creek Schools Blind Ex-Algonan Again A Candidate William C. Hahle, son of Wm. Hahle of Algona, is a candidate for re-election as county attorney of Bremer county on the democratic ticket. Mr. Hahle, who is six feet four inches tall, and blind, has made an outstanding record in law. His phenomnial ability to remember deta.ils and events have made up for lack of eyesight, and the eyes of his assistants are used to document cases and aic him generally. Blind since he was seven Hahle worked his way through two years at Iowa State Teachers college, and later the University of Iowa law school, Kossuth Teams Bow In Independent Meet The Havelock team won the independent basketball tournament, which concluded Saturday at Graettinger, Whittemore was Havelock's opposition in the final,. Algona lost to WhiHemore in, Jhe first round, and Wwtte; then downed Lone RpcH in ^spelling ..Contest ,-vvfqs* Jjeld Friday afternoon at the Center school with 33 children -Iron* ;3 schools participating. For the'flrst time in this township, reverse of previous contests, the group was divided into three categories, primary, elementary and'junior',high. The winners in these groups in written contest were Ardis Gardner, Ruth Larson and John Albright; in oral: Delores" Strpebel, Harriet Long and Marion riZeiglcr. The •three winners and runnerups then spelled for the champion in oral and written contest. Ruth Larson ;of Plum Creek No. 2'was the winner in the written contest and John Albright of Plum Creek No. 4 was the winner in the oral contest. In the final spell down John Albright was champion and Ruth Lansen runnerup. Judges for the contest were Mrs. Cliff Benschoter, Mrs. Brewster and Mrs. Wayne Keith.. Mrs. George Kain pronounced. BUY your printed or engraved wedding invitations and announcements at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Sexton Woman Hear LuVerne Missionary . Speaker On Friday Sexton: A number of ladies attended the Guest Day of the Lu Verne Methodist W'. S. C. S. held in the Methodist church Friday afternoon and heard, a wonderful talk given by Mrs. Amstuzt a Missionary from Malaya. Mrs. Everett Steven, Mrs. B. E. Sanders and Mrs. Alfred Opheim attended. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings and Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings went to Titonka Thursday evening to visit their 'mother Mrs. Henry Jennings, .who is quite ill with heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders went to. Mason City -Wednesday and visited over tilt Thursday at the Henry Hawley- home and Mrs. Mary Morris, who had been visiting at Mason City for a which, returned home with the Sanders for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings were business .callers near Irvington Friday. A large crowd attended the Sexton D. S C. S. -at the home Noblef Thursday 'aftST A very interesting lesson was* given by Mrs. Sim Bemis. The next meeting will be with Mrs'. W C Taylor April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch Renwick, were Thursday callers at the home of his father Edw Fitch. Mrs. Joe Krieps accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges had a telephone call -from their son, -,it. Norbert J. Thilges, Wednesday night that he arrived in New work aboard the General Howze that day from Europe. Sgt. Thilges was inducted Feb. 3, 1943, at >amp Dodge, Des Moines. George Bormann, Harold Reding, Alfred Reding, Peter Kayser and Fred Illg drove to Dexter, Minn., Tuesday to the farm sale of Clarence Kramer. The Kramers moved Friday to a farm lome southwest of St, Joe. Mr. <ramer is working for Harold Reding this summer. Clarence Erpelding returned he early part of the week after a visit with friends in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin -Erpelding and nfant daughter are visiting wit! Mr. Erpelding's father, Peter Erpelding and other relatives. The Riverdale Rustlers 4-H meeting was postponed Saturday because Mrs. J. M. Patterson their leader, is ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann returned Monday, March 11, after a visit in Earling with relatives. Mrs. Bormann cared foi her mother during their stay. Peter Kayser and Verena. drove to Rochester Thursday to bring Mrs. Kayser home. John Capesius, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius, was promoted to a corporal the past week at Camp Grant, 111. 16 Seneca Girls See State Meet Seneca: The spirit of state basketball tournament invaded the little community of Seneca this past week with the result that a bus was chartered which would take 16 high school students and teachers to Des Moines over the weekend. They left Friday morning and will return Sunday. Those going were faculty members, Julia Conwell, Jeanne Enckson, and Harriett Olsen. Students going were Donna Classen, Donna Moore, LaVon Thompson, Ann Conwell, Marilyn Foley, Joan Madden, Marlys Jonannesen, Wanda Olsen, Shirley Culbertson, Morris Johannesen, Murlan Larson, Robert; Foley, Kenneth Campbell, Paul Lynch and Gene Bollig. . .1, her parents, : Mr. an|[ Mrs., Thos.- Forburger, Wesley, to Mason City Thursday, where .-Mr. Forburger went for a checkup after recent surgery. Mr and Mrs. Soren Didriksen attended a birthday dinner at the home of his 'brother Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen, Algona, in honor of Anton Didriksen's birth- da. LAKOTA LaVonne Telkamp, who teaches seventh and cignlh grades in the Fenton Consolidated school spent last weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. EC Telkamp. Mrs. Arlowe Blome, who teaches kindergarten and first grade in Graettingor, spent the weekend at the parental J. H Furst home. Guests at a turkey dinner at the Ed Telkamp's last week Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jt H. Fursl, Mrs. Arlowe Blomc, Lavonne Telkamp and Norman Helmke of Fenlon; Afternoon visitors there were Mr. and Mrs. George' Lloyd of Algona. The Hans Beenkens of Wesley were Sunday evening visitors at the J. H. Furst's. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fridcres are the parents of a son born Tuesday at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn. HOME FROM THE PACIFIC Lieut. Maurice White, accompanied by his mother Mrs. Lily White of Manilla, la., spent the weekend in Algona at the home of Mrs. A. Norman, mother of Mrs. White. Mrs. Dick Post is a sister of Lieut. White. Lieut. . White, after graduating from j Drake university, joined the 1 navy and has spent about four I years in the Pacific. He was in the fight at Layte in the Philippines and has been lately stationed at Guam, Saipan and Okinawa. He arrived at Seattle last week and ]s due for discharge in May. He expects to take up work as a reporter on the Des Moines Register upon his discharge. BROODER HOUSE INSURANCE On BUILDING, CHICKS AND STOVE L.S.BOHANN.ON Over S. & L. Charm for Your Table Add charm to your dinner table with new china chosen from our many beautiful patterns. The open stock designs, some of which are California Vernonware's Early California in five lovely shades (blue, brown, yellow, peach and turquoise) May Flower and Monterey; Franciscan's Dessert Rose and Apple and our personalized china with your own monogram, may be ordered in any quantity. '•; Dinner Sets We have many lovely dinner sets, but at the present two of the outstanding ones are Nasturtium and a Gold Band pattern. The Nasturtium conies in sets: of six, eight and 12. The Gold Band is in service for six. * The Algona Hardware O. F. Peterson GIORCE'S FOB FINE FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP Open Seven Days a Week Algona, Iowa Because of illness, I have decided to quit farming and will sell the following described property at .my farm located 2 nyles east of Sexton and 3 miles north; or 2 miles west of Wesley and 3 miles north on 226 and 1 mile west; or 7 miles south of Titonka, on ^ Thursday, Sale to Begin at 1 O'clock Lunch Wagon on Grounds 33 Head of Cattti 33 4 head of cows, just fresh; 4 calves; 25 cattle on feed, wt. 800 Ibs. , Burf, favored team of .the toms ney, was defeated fay £, 0 ne Ro'pk in the fir$t -round, BJgck Js Home S, Sgt. Lewis V, Slock, «fa of Mr, and Mrs, Max B,ioeH pf Lw Vpne, arrived safely in Seattle, Wad}., March fthypn the Marine r, and was sent'tp Ft. Leay- of service, is; & which were spent overseas,, he received h»s he still jTemgjnJ jn % e reserve ~~4wwwut READ THE ARTICLE IN THIS WEEK'S LIFE MAGAZINE ENTITLED HARD WATER It Spoils Hair, Chokes Pipes and MakesJDishwashing Worse ThanEver" We have told you*f the benefits and ECONOMIES of soft water in our previous advertising. Now read about it in the excellent "-- 1 - in. LIFE magazine in the issue of March 18th, 69 Head of Hogs 69 15 head of Spotted Poland brood sows to farrow about May 1; 53 head fall pigs, wt. 140 Ibs.; 1 purebred Spotted Poland China boar. M Head of Horses 1 bay team, smooth mouth, well broke; gray horse, smooth mouth. COSTS THE AVERAGE FAMILY '.'.. ..... ... ',„ „,"- $U4 SOFT, WATER SERVICE COSTS ONLY.... .,1:,: |J TO SOFT WATER USERS OF ..: ............... ................ ...$ 90 yearly Farm Machinery Call for >£**»™* an* ^onomies of Softened Water to Buy~~No Work to Po^-No Contrast! to • * Culljgan Soft Water Service 7 North Dodge Street Pheii«79 i A ;Phm Call Will Previdt Soft Water Per Y««r Hems All the following is of John Deere make, all new power machinery: Model A tractor, cultivator with power hft; 15 ft, disc; 10 ft, binder; 999 corn planter with fertilizer attachments; hay loader; 246 No, 4 B £iT ; **'™w**'> 10 f t- field cultivator; Model E manure spreader; dump yake; single yow cultivators McCormick^Deermg flexible harrow with folding draw ban McCormicJjfDeering cpm, binder; McCoy. nuck'Deering 2-14 plow; Mc£orm!ck*I)eermg endgate seeder; Kover spring tooth harrow-^eyson side delivery rake; I,etz roughage mill; wagon and rack; 2 wagons with boxes; potato plow} 1 6Q*gal, and I JO-gal, ke«Ie; all steel elevator; Dekaval cream separator with electri« inotor; tank heater? self • 5 rv u * ^ftriat cribbing; barrels; pump jack and motor; set of breeching harness| and fork; hand corn sheller; post drill; set of taps and dies; vise; grindstone; set of socket waterer; numerous other articles too numerous to mention, 7 K 40 bales of alfalfa hay and approximately go tons loose h§y» Cash, o? see /* s fc AMOS ANGL6, - Mstern, Auctioneer isfi&lftp

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