The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1946 · Page 3
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2ti, 1648-ill MDCHIIMEN (EAL SALE DRIVE pERS NAMED ,t Mettibei4,,of the county com- .itttoe io direct the Easter Seal 4 o .aid- Crippled children were ah>» lOlinced today by H, W. Miller hajrtHan of the Committee. '»'Those selected to help spur his campaign were: : Eugene . Murtagh, secretafy- '* reasurer, 6f Algona. Also Mrs. layrhdnd .Anderson, Miss An- r<. plnette' Bonnstetter, R. N., A. L. iroyn, Allen Buchanan, Miss ,rfarvel Dole, Theodore Hutehi* "on, Rev. JR. F< Kittrell, 0. B. <aingY A. E. Lauritzen, Robert .».oss, Leighton Misbach, Mrs; D. ). Monltix, N. C. Rice, E. A. ichernel, Mrs. Fred Sh.ltz,'. Al* '.onaj, Dr.. T. J. Egah, Bancroft; feorgt Hawcott, Burt; Mis.' Gerald Voigt, Fenton; A. E. Anderon, Lagota; B. Brouver, Led^ ard; Mrs..-. Fred Genrich, Lone .ock; Mrs. John Nelson, Luverne; Irs.'Henry Looft, Seneca; Myl*:>n C. Johnson and Mrs. Fred 'eterson, Swea City; Mrs. How^rd French; Titonka;- Mrs. L. T. loot, .Wesley; and Mrs. H. E. "oodward, Whitt'emore.. The Iowa drive for Easter iIS,- the sale of which i$ the , cf source of funds by which .Jo Iowa Society ' for Crippled it'nildren and the Disabled con- 'a inues its . humanitarian work, A , f t6rts Thursday, Mar. 21, and ''111 end Easter Sunday, Apr. 21. The county chairman said the t>rk done by the Iowa society [Cs not overlap that done by r state department or other ;ncy. he fund helps provide mater- aid and counseling- to the r sically-handicapped, supplies truction. and handicraft mater- to occupy lonely shut in hours Ips support the annual summer ip where crippled kids get of their few chances to enjoy Idoor life, and helps under!te the loan library, toy ser- T and counseling offered by Spastic Club of Iowa-, his county committee will di- [t the drive and carry on the -ice program in this county. cout Executive, Veteran, Locates In Algona Walter Dennis, above, is a nev resident of Aigona, and wil •epresent the Boy Scout organ! zation in Kossuth, Humtooldt alhoun and Green counties, op •rating from here. He is from Cedar Rapids. Mr, Dennis has been in Scou work for ten years, excluding five years which he spent in thi army, two years overseas in thi European theatre with a tank de stroyer outfit. He completed a Scout execu live training school in New York in January, and intends to move his family here as soon as he Can find living quarters. He has one daughter, 2V4 years old. At present he is living at the European Hotel. CHURCH TO T NEW ORGAN fwea City: Dedication services I the newjy installed Hammond Ictrlc organ are to be held at the Jiodist church early in April >rding to the pastor, the Rev. L- Hammer. •he organ is a gift of Raymond mith in memory of his parents late James Monroe Smith and bey Sever Smith. I is one 'ol' >the' first Hammond ans • obtainable -since the war yas purchased of a Des Moine l^nePof "i^hose* iemp''l dyees 1 , 1 1 Ford,' supervised; the^ ? lnstalla- l.-of the instrument and will r the dedicatory concert. The d walnut console enhances Ippearance of the auditorium e organ will add beauty and to the worshjp services. I and Mrs. Smith were the Is of Mrs. Belle Black and te Neal Smith of Algona an'd alter, Floyd, Elmer and Ray- Id Smith of Swea City. lOTTE.JOHANNS'N [ARE PIN HONORS rotte of the Council Oak •ling team, and Johannsen of eer's shared honors, in last k's Kossuth' League roundup. •otte turned in the individual L game of the week, 246,while rnsen had n three-game ser- bf 631, which isn't bad for ne. her 200 bowlers: Rouze (20), Feig (203), Peterson (207), In- Hill (238), Ken Roney (203), nnsen (226), Dailey (214.) Ine (209, Lampright (209), fct (212), Priebe (201), Potter I), and Baas Sr. (201). lecker Sports have first place ched, but Tanvilac tied up Vsecbnd place race with Old le. Each --team has won 53 Most 3J, TUonka is fourth I Wesley Co-Op fifth among I leaders, all of , whom are phed. the woman's league/eight ed in good totals, Valeria fs, with a 19.2, led the girls, le other high totals were: Iney (169), Bock (177), Hauot- RAINS DRIVE LAST FROST FROM SOIL If the last frost isn't out of Kossuth ground, it isn't because there hasn't been a goodly share of spring rains. A half inch of rain fell Monday, and more was -falling Monday night, not included in the following total, A heavy rain and some hail fell in this vicinity early Monday morning. Week's, weather: High Lpw .. ,, March 19 _ @0 31 March 20 56 36 March 21 66 44' Harch 22 (.06 r.) ___IeO 44 March 23 (.72 r.) 47 35 March 24- 63 38 March 25 (.47 r.) 60 • 47 - The warm spring weather and rams have resulted in the first touch of green' -in the countryside, and farmers are about ready to "shove off" in their annual n S f »eld. work, as spell arrives. Two Civil Cases Filed Two civil actions were filed in district court in the past week. The Honeymead Products Co, is plaintiff in a law matter over a note, naming Raymond Gordon as defendant, and the Peerless Oil Co. is plaintiff in a suit against Elton Pratt over an account. ... ...,-••• - he Druggists Mutual team js Uing the girls' loop and seems kely winner this season. Select your Era watch here, and you'll obtain, a movement of precise time-keeping quality — case of the smartest design and satisfaction of obtaining: the max i m u m value, DCfl N'S W fl TCHCS a< WRTCH RCPPIIRS flLGONP IOVVO i " v ---TF- — --» n>"«T' JUIMHI gWfTTgT^y**?*!)'''! ^^f" NOTIC6 To the Public have sold our Chrome Service Station and equipment to B«d Anderson end l^«ov l^ee, and at is time we want to thank all wbtww* who pn- ed us through the trying, times of help and ma« l shortage. We hope a|j QU r old swstQweis will ifiue with the nf Wiownjri, ; ; ! Wi wiw, CONTINUE TO OPERATE TUB ' • --- f.andMrs.P.J,Woldron CONSERVATIONISTS START PREDATOR HUNT ON APRIL 1 ' The first post-war predator hunt of the Kossuth County Conversation League starts April 1. and will close June 30. All county units wiy compete for the usual type of awards. During the war the event had t6 be dropped, and as a result •the predator animals and birds have shown a steady increase in the county. \ How Points Tally- Points will be awarded on the following basis: Adult fox .. 25 points c , ub f °x 15 points Crow a i 0 points Starling 5 points Pocket gopher ]fl points row egg _____ ...g points ..There will be trophy award to -he chapter having the highest total of points scored by junior members only. A junior Js one who has not reached his sixteenth birthday. A trophy award will also be given to the chapter having the highest total including junior and senior members. Credits From Auditor Each chapter will awange its own hunt as to teams, local arize awards, etc. Point credits will bo given on predators turned in at the Auditors once when predator cards are filled out and left with the Auditor. Predators are to be delivered to the Auditor of the county where taken. Each chapter will appoint an official scorer to accept and record the take of starlings and crow eggs. " Art Priebe of Lone Rock is president of the county League this year, and this is the first activity of the new year UPPER tm Wtttm, ALGONA IOWA. " r '. Licenses to Marry Two licenses to wed were ,o.v,™ in the past week in the clerk of court's office there. They went t<J Elmer H. Oreirtert, Whittehiore, and Florence Dodds, Algona, on March 20, and to James W. God den and Selma Meyer, 'both Al gona, onxMarch 23. The latiet couple were married that day by ftev. L. H. Loesch. MID-WEST SERVICE TO MOVE OFFICES The Mid r West Service Co., distributors of Ditnand D- products in five Iowa counties in this area, is planning on moving its offices from Algona to Mankato, Minn., about May 1, Martin Jenson, president and general manager of the firm stated Saturday. Recently the company put- chased the Pond Oil Co. of Man- BLANKS, desk blotters, rf *™ In A Chlne rolls " sta mP ds. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 9 No. Dodge St. amihes a week read them. kato, and with it the distributorship in eight southern Minnesota counties, which will be added to ,he territory covered by the firm. Mr. Jenson said that the new location is more central for the expanded territory, and that is the only reason for the pending move. However, Vcrnon Jenson will remain here as 'territory supervisor. The present office force, Eleanor Loebach and Dolores Potratz, will also move to Mankato, where, the Mid-West firm is planning to, construct a general office building at once. In Algona company offices have been maintain over the Iowa State bank. Mid-West came to Algona in 1933, after its origin in 1926 at Hardy, la. The firm has greatly expanded since that time, and in Iowa alone has 35 retail outlets and 12 bulk plants. In Mankato the firm has two stations and a bulk plant at present. During the past year the com pany distributed three million gallons of light fuel and 100,000 gallons of lubricating oil, and fo the past 18 years has also been a Firestone distributor. It's a Glorious Easter This Blessed Way-Free Year of 1946 So Easy to Wear-the Curvacious Silhouette in Our Easter Coat Selections NEW MACHINERY arid FARM SHORTIES ~ In Luscious Colors! FITTED COATS - Slim and Trim! BOX COATS - for Ease and Style! to $52.50 Here are the coat beauties misses and women want for this year's glorious Easter Parade! Softly tailored . . . with arresting new style details—in fact, you'll wear them right through the summer and fall. Solid colors, tweeds, checks and chalk stripes in soft wools or smooth gabardines and serges. Each one has that NEW look! Softly tied Shortic Coat with slash • pockets. Fitted Coat with rounded shoulders and '••• nipped 'in i waist. Jay Hawk Stackers Tractor Sfyeep Rakes. It's early, but git them now. i Farm Trailers High speed bearings, antl tires. $145 Hog Feeders and Waterers Including' Hudson, but hurry, they may be sold. 2-Row STALK CUTTERS FERTILIZER SPREADERS New Low Down Type Check with Ames and you'll find out this spreader doles-. theiv .job right, '-r •••:-," : ;- .-".'• ". : Steel Wagon Boxes Also wood wagon boxes. Harrow Steel Eveners Three different makes and a nice supply of these. Pig Troughs Metal and cement. Brooder Stoves .... At Special Prices. Pump Jacks Batteries Steel Cable Check With Us On These; Hope: i/o in.. 3-8 in.. 7-8 In. Oil, Grease, Grease Guns, Hammer- mill Bells, Belts. Belting:, v ^ m * Case Parts and Service Complete Stock df Spare Parts for Case Farm Machinery NOTICE TO FARMERS; ~ We have one of the best mechanics on Farm Ma« chinery overhaulin this part of Iowa; HARRY HELMKE, He can handle yoyr job,, j Bring Your Machinery In Now Before Field Work Starts, i muium SEED CORN We have 9 limitecl amount of Mullm* seed corn with genpwation Of n to 98%, Why a chaise? TANVILAC FEEDS Just received a load of the new Tanvilac Feeds for CaWe, Hop and Sheep, See us be, fomyiu, Jjuy, W^ can save, yp H money, , Kiddies on Paiade! In Their New Spring Clothes from Kresensky's Children's Floor Toddler's pastel wool coat and bonnet. It Has a New Neckline-r-Tailor- ed of Soft Wool — Soft Pastel Colors.. . . It's Just One of Our SUITS Soft, trim and supple in every line, in every fold are these new suits you want for Easter parading! Fine wools in check, plain colors and stripes. Smart new square and cardigan necklines, new full sleeves JWld gently, rounded ihowlders, And a fine selection of severely tailor' ed suits if ypM want ypuvs to look forjnijly trim! Girl's Wool Suit in pastels or checks. 7 to 14. Little Boy's Wool Eton Suit Sizes 3to 6, A BRIEF GLANCE AT OTHER ITEMS IN OUR CHILDREN'S S^OP Boys' Wool Shirts, sizes 3 to 18..; ......... $1,98 up Girl's Blouses, si?es 7 to 14 ...... ~..,...,.75c up Children's Head Bands, trimmed ............. , Misses' Zelan Zipper ^t^2"S^ • .' -. « - . •L'~ ^&S& Tots' Warm Chenille Bathrobes Girls' Soft Chenffle Bathrobes ' Wash Presses, S^ef? 7 te 14 ............ $1,8Q up, Chjidfen'sSJwp , At Little Miss East er Cost in te|s py nsv in wool , to 14.

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