The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 26, 1946
Page 10
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PAGE Editor Is Rc-Electcd Frank Koch, West Bend editor, was rc-elcctcd as president of the West Bend school board, last wcok, at a meeting in which Joe Chrimborlin and Donald Jacobs were sworn in as directors, and Ciiil Munson as ^treasurer. Supt. Cbvian was re-elected. Give Plays, Lone Rock Lone Rock: irriclay the seven!!) grade gave two short plays entitled "The Census Taker" and "Playing the Piper." They had as their guests Grades 5, 6 and 8, Mrs. Montgomery, Miss Lease and Mr. HutJtell. Miss McMahon is the seventh grade teacher. T. B. Ass'n Luchcon The Kossuth County Tuberculosis association will hold a noon luncheon, March 20, at the Algona Hotel, at which time a checkup of township campaign returns will be made. Mrs. John Kenefick is chairman for the county. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS JACQI SCHMIOT SHEWING CO.. ST. PHUl. MINN. THEM DAMES HOLD TOWN MEETINGS IO TIMES A J, OAV-AWAVS KICK1N6!» ABOUT SOMETHING-./?! THEV KICK ABOUT THE c|TyCLU8 TAHnN6 U p A LITTLE ROOM, BUT THEV THINK3 HERE BUT THE PETTY CASH.' AND I DON'T THINK THEVVE HAD A DRINK OF WATER SINCE WE laOT IT .' V.HAT IS THIS THlNo- A WATER- FOUNTAIN OR SCHMIDT'S DUTCH ROOM? DONT KICK WHEN WE r OPEN THE BOTTLES \M-IAT I WANT TU KNOW IS WHO BELON6S TD THE MILK AND DILL PICKLE ? COOLER. ONE THAT . WILL HOLD MORE S "Hydraulic Farm Hand Stacker Loaders "Firestone" Tires riielolubc" Oil Phone 714 Algona, Iowa SERVICE SHOP—REPAIR PARTS—SALES Allis-Chalmcrs Oliver New Idea Masscy-Harris GMC Trucks DeLaval Dairy Equipment Wood and steel water tanks, drive belts, gas cn- s, electric pump jacks, grain blowers, milkers, separators, manure loaders and stackers, 275 gal. capacity fuel storage tanks Hammcrmills at new low price. Poultry and hog feeders and waterers, wood wajon boxes, folding harrow draw bars. ' "TOWER" HI-LIFT SWEEP RAKES Sell-Out Price fi Movv-crs. Plows. Wagons. Cream Separators. | Ma!;m-ic:i-mil!s. Burr Mills. Wagon Boxes. Woods JJ:-«s. 5-fi. Combine. Fairbanks-Morse Scale. Pump J: >Yr.: JUST RECEIVED A BIG SHIPMENT OF IN ALL SIZES AT Special Low Prices (ifjOx-'W—:j2xli 8 ply Rayon $31.77 7f5(tx20—34x7 10 ply Rayon $57.00 <S2;ix20 10 ply Rayon $60.38 1)00x20 $72.07 Plus Fed. Tax Tubes Uutyl Synthetic Rubber is now used—much better rubber. 1)00x10 Passenger or Pick-up Safe-Flex Tubes....$2.98 750x20 Truck Safe-Flex Tubes $7.11 825x20 Truck Safe-Flex Tubes $8.20 900x20 Truck Safe-Flex Tubes $9.40 Plus Fed. Tax Complete Stock of Truck and Tractor Chains Coast-to-Coast Store Algona, Iowa Joe Bloom Phone 46 ^lll^Jill^lrL...J.\L^.lL'l..i_.. J"' '' l^Q '^'''*'*i, ' ? *'< -•?''-?-?• *^.:.A..*liL-'..Wfjl Algona Boy, Yankton Co Had Team In Dakota Meet Mr. and Mrs. Ole AllUoh w»nl to Fort Dodge Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjusitoni went to Des Moines Friday on business. Mr. and Mts. Pe«y Collins and Mrs. N. A. Price spent Friday in Des Moines. Milo Durant was taken io the General hospital Wednesday suffering with pneumonia. Mrs. Mary Kelley returned Wednesday from Shrevepprt, La., .where she has been visiting her son Dr. oc Kelley the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt of Fenton were Saturday dinner guest sat the. Frank Geigel home. Mrs. Voigt is the former George Ann Geigel. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lighter of Ames spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lighter and Mr. and Mrs. William Ringgenberg. Mrs. Gordon Kuhn returned last week from Cleveland, where : he visited her mother and other relatives at Lima and Ada, Ohio. She was gone two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingson left Saturday afternoon for Worthington, Minn., where they will spend Sunday with the lat- l:r's parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Slater. Mrs. Wilma Pech of Cedar Ilaoids came Thursday for a visit until Sunday with her mother Mrs. Frieda Steussy. En- loute home she visi'tcd her brother Gerald Steussy, Fort Dodge. Mr. end Mrs. Albert Forsberg have received word that a ~son .was born March 16 at New Orleans, La., lo their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Fors- berp. The infant has been named Virgil Francis. William, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller, arrived last Wednesday from Ames and will leave for school on Wednesday of this week. He has been spending his between quarters vi lion with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Crelzmeyer and daughter Jane went to Iowa City the latter part of the week to be present at the graduation of their son Dr. Charles Cretx.- ineyer.. He will be sent to Philadelphia for interneship. Mrs. Glen Raney began working in the treasurer's office Mar. 18 and wil continue during the busy season. Mrs. Raney was employed in this office several years ago orior to her marriage when the late Mrs. Blanche Crosc was treasure]'. L. J. Malueg weni lo Liberty, Ind., Friday night to join Mrs. Malueg at the home of their daughter and her husband, Rev. and Mrs. O. E. Parrctt, where she has bean the past few weeks. The Maluegs.,wiU visit for a few days -in Milwaukee arid Chicago before •retUrf»Iri§^»ome. S' Willard Mitchell, son of Mrs. .Edna Mitchell, is leav'ing the latter part of the week for Ames, where he will take a course in engineering. His wife and two children have been making their home with her grandparents, Mr. ;ind Mrs. William Turner, during his absence in service and will remain with them until Willard is able to find living quarters in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox and children Mary Alice, Robert, Kennet, Ruth and Tommy went to Bancroft Sunday, where they visited Mrs. Fox's parents, Mr. ;md Mrs. L. A. Barslow. They also called on the family of Wil- ,'iam Koirec't, who died suddenly Saturday morning. The Korrects and Foxes were friends of many years. Mr. Korrect had a shoe repair slwp and died of a heart attack. jtfaifli •£fi$ fifld ***' Orval Hancgan son of Mrs. May Hanegan of Algona, and a former star athlete in Algona high school and Dakota Weselyan at Mitchell, S. D., is shown in the above picture during a practice session, recently, with the Yanktoh high school basketball team. Hanegan is coach of the Yankton school. The Yankton "Bucks", under Hancgan for the second year won Ihcir way into the state "A" tourney at Mitchell, but lost their opening game to Brookings. However they went on from there to win the consolation title defeating Sioux Falls in the final, 44 to 28. ' Algona friends will be glad, to hear of Hanegan's success in the coaching field. (Guhderson Engraving—Yankton, S. D.) Lone Rock Brothers Return Same Time From War Zone sinda MM, Vi6l*t ftiitt 61 Lar»« Bock •began work attheSeafs Roebuck store la^t Week, ttdr husband is Still in S*rVic*. s M*. USA MM, A. W, B«nr*hds visited the latter's Sister-and her husband, • Mr. ah* Mrs. Jerry' Schutter in West Bend last Sunday. Mi-, and Mrt, A, L. Fisher and son £>arryi went to Clarion Sunday, where they spent the day with Mr. and,MIPS. W. H. Wray, parents',of Mrs.'Fisher. Mjf. and MM, M, P. Bak«r of Iowa City, arrived Tuesday for a visit of a/few .days with Mr. and Mrs.. K. S. Cowan. Mr*. A«rnM Watncm of But- lington arrived Monday for a visit with her mother Mrs. Hattie Larson. She plans to >be here another week; Mi. and Mn. Afihur Falk and the latter's sister Miss Louise Schram of Sioux City went t.o Rochester Friday, where Mrs. Falk will go .through the clinic. MM. F. H. Putney of Grand Junction, Colo., arrived (Monday for a'visit of .about a week at the home of her sister Mrs. William Becker and family and to see her mother Mrs. Matilda Johnson, who makes her home with the Beckers. Dr.. and Mrs. K. R. Ferguson came for the weekend and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly of Wesley were also guests at the Becker home where Mrs. Johnson's ,82nd birthday was celebrated Sunday. 'Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs; Haverly are also daughters of Mrs, Johnson. Mf, Mid Mti. P. 8, t and daughter Diarift Kay,* ed Tuesaa^ frbfft a visit last Thursday with the &> ¥ ..- v p-aren^'Mr. and Mr ^- F - c< M6UI ' ton fin^tMltdtell, S. D, U , the latter part of the'w%Wt. She has been in service^' hfuefrnany and Was en route tb'^hfef home at Buffalo, 8, D. Arlettg recently returned from Gerrnany, where Shfe served as an arffty nUrse. Rae CuflU, son of M*. and Mrs. W. G.' Curtis, returned W Ames Tuesday,' following a tyeekte vacation between quarters. Bae is a student at the college. Ruth Rae Coblh, whose home Is in Huntington, Tenn., tout who is a student at. Ames, came Tuesday . for a «isit of a few days with her Lone Rock: Only a few weeks separated two Lone Rock brothers in their entrance "into the army, and only a matter of three days separated them in receiving their army discharges. The brothers are Kyrwood Quinn, staff sergeant, and John W. Quinn, sergeant, son of County Supervisor and Mrs. J. F. Quinn. Kyrwood, a high school graduate here, entered the army June 5, 1943, and finally became attached to an anti-aircraft divis- sion. He was then transferred to an armored division and went overseas No". 7. 1944, arriving in England y.nd going to France five weeks later. He then went through Germany with the 3rd army. Later he was transferred to the 9th army during the Ruhr and .Rhine crossings. He returned to the states in March and received his discharge March 14. John entered the army Feb. 3, 1943, and left for overseas Nov. 3, 1943, landing in Oran, North Africa. He was there three months and then went on to the China - Burma - India theater where he was attached to a motor pool. He returned to, the States in February, landing in Seattle, and was discharged March 11. The boys are uncertain as to their future plans. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas spent last weekend in Des Moines with their daughters Phyllis and Helen respectively, who are student nurses at the Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Merrill and Mrs. Arlo Larson of Mason Cityj returned Thursday night from- - j-ftj rmlJ Joseph;- Mo/, -where Mrs. -'Merm has been visiting her sisters Mrs, Alice Bennett and Mrs. Minnie Kaufman the oast fortnight. 'Mr. Merrill and Mrs. Larson drove down to get Mrs. Merrill a few days ago. Mr. Larson came from Mason Cily Saturday lo join his wife at Ihe Merrills for Ihe week-end. * *• y« . Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan went to Oltumwa Thursday, where Mrs. Irelan will remain until Sunday with her mother Mrs. H. C. Black, who fell last week at the church and broke her hip. One room opening onlo another •had a step between and Mrs. Black, being familiar with this, stumbled and fell. She is a patient at the St. oseph's hospital. Mr. Ireland went on to Cedar Rapids to attend an Equitable meeting and will join Mrs. Irelan the latter part of the week and bring her home. Joe Bradley and Walter Bradley of the Bradley Bros, implement store returned Tuesday from a week's business trip which took them to Minneapolis, St. Paul, Milwaukee, Madison, and Bloominglon, 111. litrti ,,BABY CHICKS, 'TURKEY POULTS AND DUCKLINGS NOW! Chicks from U. S. Approved— U. S. Pullorum Tested flocks. Turkey breeder flocks Pullorum Clean. Early chicks and poults make good money. You can't go wrong on Swea City Hatchery chicks and poults. ' Hatches twice weekly through the season. Write or phone your direct now. SWEA CITY HATCHERY Fhone 35 Swca City, Iowa Swift's fast-growing baby chicks are thechjcks to buy at thfs time of year. They're specially bred, from selected, tested flocks/for early matgrity~qyick feathering, Every Swift's Baby Chick is Husky, Healthy, Hardy! Tests show extra high live. bil.ty records-qctually, more than 103,000 Swift's gaby Chicks made a 98 per cent liability record for the first three weeks. And that's a record hard to beat! AU SWIFT'S CHICKS ARC HATCHED fKOM IARQI CGGS Swift & Company went Mm *** **_ i-.i ySa - «*» aefeoriwtnled W'lflk SnS tf« P,, a»*i* « w^ meWBwit. \"'s'"'V' J > Who h HFEIl U ' M**HC»»v »*v »!—*•- —J BllASj/ 1 !»~— )n MaSott'Clty WlttWlMLMl »<!clj dent to which she .Suffered « aeuv . „ . , .„., .j,g^ shoul 5 her ^ -•-..- 8uSd«y, hefe by friends wl to Algona. tulne"'to,' Bo*f?T Friday^ aftei spending a week wltti his par? Ihts, Mr.'and Mrs. Glen Buchanj In He went by 'twin td (Milcagdi and flew from there tor Boston; where he joined his creW on th<f U. S. S.' is «pecte| . .., will receive his discharge m GEORGE' FOB FINE FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP Open Seven Days' a Week Algona, Iowa "Boss, I , hear there's somcthinfT out that they say is leading: the field for sanitary equipment in the milk house." "Yes, it's re commended by dairymen, milk inspectors a n d health authorities — I'm going to look at it tomorrow." Pratt Electric Has It and You'll Want to See It! O e oani- ELECTR Production Like a 10 full gallons of HOT water avail hours . . .and the last drop is as Electric Water Heater is completely A ncct it to a light or wall fixture and let of the work. Turns on when cold water i AUTOMATICALLY when desired temperai be used in kitchen as well as milk house. No maintenance cost, no bother! See it demonstrate Try It Before You Buy, If You Wish! 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