The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1946 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 26, 1946
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i-' V * \> • £8, 1948' Professional Advertisements ATTOItNfcirS At LAW Bft. QUARTON It. W. MILLEtt ? ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA & HUTCHISON : ATTORNEYS AT LAW » A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutehlsoh . Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 Algeria, Iowa ^ — * — . - - — ^ — ' Gaylord D. ShumWay . EdW. D.Kelly Harold F. Frisledt * SttlUMWAY, KELLY-& FRISTEDT v ATTORNEYS AT LAW * ; Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone 58 Algonft, Iowa i» LINNAN & LYNCH • ATTORNEYS. AT LAW ,, Office over Kossuth -Mut. Ins,-Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 20 » ~L. A, WINKEL ~~~~ ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in'Hutchison Building '' Phone 180 Algona, Iowa 7 - 3. D. LOWE, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW ' Rooms 212-214 First Nat'l Bk Bldg : : Phone 287 Algona ^lowa "~ E. .1. VAN NESS ., Law Offices E.'tT. Van Ness Delia Walter 2nd Floor New Heise Building Algona, Iowa . HAROLD J. McNERTNEY LAWYER : Office in Hutchinson Bldg. Phone 354 Algona, Iowa PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS C. II. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 ; SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office'in John Galbraith Bldg. MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Phone—Office 197 Res. 191 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 ARE CARD HOSTS AFofitbii: Mr. nndslvlrs.iEvorcU Drpyer ^entertained- members of their 500 dlub 5*udBday opening. Mr, and Mrs. .fibrry Alt played for absent members. Mrs. Larry Alt won high score prize for women and bai'ry AJt won high score prize for rrren. Mr. 'and Mrs. Alvin Zumac-h •were callers in Fort Dodge Thursday. Mr. and. Mrs. Wm. Fisher and Mrs. Ed^v." Priebe were shoppers in Algona Friday. Mrs. Edw. Priebc and Mervin Priebe ^were business callers in Laurens Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Light arrived home Wednesday after spending the winter in Arizona, MK. and Mrs: John Theestield and Mrs. Alvin .Zumach and Gary Were shoppers in Fairmont Friday. Mr. ..and Mrs. George Sk.-ms and Shirley and Mrs. Ernest Vol- teler were shoppers in Emmets- bur>£? Wednesday. Mrs. Monte ^Haiti .of ..Randolph came Friday to. spend the- weekend with her husband, who is a mechanic at the Goetsch garage. Miss .Bertha .Rahto spent the weekend at.her home at Jowell, •la. Miss Josephine Lund also spent the weekend at the home of her parents at Cedar Fa.jls. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weisbrod of New Jersey moved here and will spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod. Their son John is spending his furlough 'here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel and Beth Ann left or Faribault, IT'S TIME TO... R. HOFFMAN DENTIST ; Office in New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 ',- Res. Phone 116 .'* DR. ERVIN Ji .ANDERSON DENTIST -, Office in McEnroe Buildina Of. Phone 572 Res. Phone 52S-W DR. J. P. HERRIG ^ '•DENTISTS:' '•;;'•.' Xv' f i .„, . : vf :Haggardl & Peterson ;Bldg! ; . •".?; Office Phone 19 Residence '569 OPTOMETRIST A. W. AMUNSON Office—Borchardt Bldg. Eyes Examined Res. Phone 436 MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE E. JOHNSQN (Burpee Agency) Dislricl' Agent Norlhwestern Mutual Life .. Algona, Iowa Phone 656 Res. 173 WALTER L. FRIESNER Aulo Fire Hail Life Slale Farm Insurance Companies 720 So. Minn. ; Phone 746 EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers and Stockmen with a sound basis for credit. Rate 4%% Part lime office, Friday 1 to 4 •p. m., National Farm Loan Ass'n 'Offlee % Block South of Council Oak Store. " * ! » i f »l: •Ffj M -BETTER QUAUTT "QUIdOU SERVKT HEADQUARTERS ROTBER STAMPS Your order* will be fiDed promptly and effi ORDER mm ; '^i» Produclion-wiso farmers are getting ready for Spring work. Yes, -it pcyo production dividends to have your tractor, plow, drill, and^otrior machines tuned .upjorl the j|it«on just . . . ills, make the necessary . adjustments, got you p Sh/^ good start without delays ^ ^9he fields are ready .for v/orV,yrLs'K us about our complete overhaul sorvico now — before the Spring rush boginsl Bradley flfir©$< Phone 714 Algona Minn. Friday to. spend until Sunday at the home of Wm. Ford. Mrs. Newel and Mrs. Ford arc si.4l.pra. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan and Kenneth Johnson drove to Dolliver Wednesday eveiiinp. Mr. Hanifan played baskelba'll with the Swen Cily town learn. They played Dolliver. • Mr. and Mrs. JollVi Light and their grandchildren Dolores and Ocno Mansnger went lo Iowa Falls Friday lo visit al Ihe Clyde Brooks home. Mrs. Brooks is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Light.' They also won! on to Des Moines. They returned Sunday. Mrs. Alvin Zumarh entertained, (he members of her bridge club at the , last meeling Monday evening. Mrs. Mervin Hale 'was ;i gucsl of Ihe club. High Score pri:'.o went lo Mrs. Everetl Drcy- er, second high lo Mrs. C. F. and low lo Mrs. Geo. Kenneth Johnson, Vincent Vottflcr, Eupene Weecncr, Howard Finnnslad, and Merril Muel- r left by car Friday morning for Camn Crowder, Mo., where thc:y will visit Arl Mueller and Deland Italic, who are slalioned nt. that camp. They returned Monday nighl. Mrs. John Kohlwes spenl from Friday lo Sunday al Ihe Paul Eiglcr and Everetl Dreyer homes. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler entertained at dinner in honor of Mrs. Kohlwes' birthday. Those attending were John Kohlwes, Mr. and Mrs. • Arlen Kohlwcs and Loveda, Mr. and Mrs. Everetl Dreyer and family and Mrs". Minnie Dreyer. Sexton Lass Of 7 Has Birthday Party Sexton: Mrs. Sim Bemis entertained five little ' friends Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mary Kay's .sevenlh birlhday. Tho lime was spenl in .games and the ice cream and birlhday cake was served. • Mr. and Mrs. Everett. Steven, Ann and Ricky, were Sunday visitors at Garner at Ihe home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merriam. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Balk returned home Thursday afternoon after a week's visil al Florence, S. D., with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Orthrms. The latler is a daughter of the Balks/' Mrs. Glen Gabrielson and/Mrs. B. E. Sanders altended a Stanley parly al Ihe home of Mrs. Ronald Clark's, north of lown, Thursday evening. Rev. J. A. Riggs, local paslor, visited Thursday afternoon in and around Scxlon wilh some of his parishioners. Mr. and Mrs. A'ugusl Kirschbaum visited Wednesday evening at Crvstal Lake w'llh Iheir molh- (?r, Mrs. Lena Kirschbaum, who is al the home of her son Aloysius Kirschbaum^ ; ' Buffalo Center Gltfl BrMe Of tftotikatt Pictured above is Miss Tressie Bruns of Buffalo Center, who became the bride of Dick Beenken Of Titonka, March 14. Both bride and groom are well known in their areas, highly respected, and carry best wishes of a host of friends for a long and happy wedded life. Mrs. Oppedahl Club Hostess At Ottosen Ottosen: The Ottosen Progressive club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Knut Oppedahl with about eight members attending. The meeting was presided over by the president Mrs. Max Clark. After a short business meeting the lesson was given by, Mrs. Ralph Richards and Mrs. Fred Kampen gave a report from the General Federation Magazine. The next meeting will be in the Presbyterian church parlors. Guests were: Mrs.vEugene Hofius, Mrs. Alf Lee, Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl, Mae Van Buskirk, Mrs. Egan Kjeer, Mrs. Joe Anliker and Mrs. Ted Underberg. Presbyterian Circle* At Burt Organized Burl: The Circles of the Presbyterian Women's Council nie't Wednesday for reorganization. Circle A met with Mrs, A. H. Meinxcr. Mi-s. Moinxor was {ilecled chairman; Mrs. O. H. Graham, vice chairman; and Mrs. Ben Buliling, secretary-trcnsui'er. •Circle B men with Mrs. Nolle Drcmmt'i, who wis elected dhttir- tnon. Mrs. "W. II. Vtigel was '•Icc'tod vice chaiiman, ,-,nd Mrs. W. W. • Boctlch'fir, s--erotary-'trtj:w- urer. Circle C met with Mrs. R. J. Nealy. She Was elected chairman, Mrs. C. C. Smith, vice chairman, and Mrs. G. W. Pdtter- son, secretary-treasurer. •, Circle D met with Mrs. Nels J. Nelson. Mrs. Chris-Bolic was elected chairman and Mrs. 'E. P. Fredrickson, secretary-treasurer. A vice chairman was to be chosen later. v;; I 1 '.'': The regular meeting of the Council will be on April 3. has been stationed in Berlin, Gel-many. 'He became the chaplain's assistant around March 15 and notified his parents by telegram Shortly afterwards. OP A Say* Conserve That Canning Sugar A short lime ago il 'was announced that SPARE STAMP 9 became valid for 5 po unds of sugar for canning purposes. This stamp is to expire October 31, 1946. No application is required for the use of this stamp, W. P. French, county OPA chairman stales. . While Ihere 'is no fruil available for canning al Ihe presenl time in this area, some parls of the country soon will be needing sugar for this 'purptfse. It is estimated now thai il will be possible, later in Ihe season lo declare anolher stamp usable for this purpose, but it is not expected that there will be more than ten pounds per person available this year for home canning purposes. Therefore, everyone should conserve this canning sugar so thai il can be used when fruit becomes available. Commercial Club «&*,' Wert ftetid A. E. Peril was re-elected '-Head. of the West B'ena .dortifttefdial club at the annual flYerfthlg ^flftd dinner of the organization held last week.' Jim Olson .was niam- ed as secretary and treasurer;. Directors 'elected were' aCarl Vbhs, R. G. Wlison, Roy .Sttart- fager, Mel *Roupe, Roy FbrfcytWfe, Otto Shafer. Ludwig Reiriefi, Al Moritag, R.'W. Jui-gehS an Schutter. • m •VJfi '$1 1VAWT AfiS BRINGS Former West Bend Pastor Passes On Rev. George R. McDowell, for six years pastor of the Methodisl church al Wesl Bend, passed away a week ago Sunday morning al his home in Emmelsburg. After leaving West Bend Rev. McDowell went to Ocheyedan, where he continued in a pastor- ale for a year, bul ill heallh Ihen caused him lo ask for reliremenl, and he Ihen made his home in Emmelsburg. He recently underw.enl an op- eralion al Sioux City, bul his ill heallh conlinued. Funeral services were held at Emmelsburg Wednesday afler- noon. Max Clarks Hosts To Ottosen Friends Ottosen: Mr. and . Mrs. Max Clark entertained in" their home Wednesday evening. After 7 o'clock dinner. 500 was played' with Mrs. Roy Telford and Her-; man Pooch winning 'high and' •Mrs, Mike Coyle being low. ! Those attending were: Mr. and' Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mr, and Mrs. Roy Telford, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pooch, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hpfius, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- 'warcl Zinnel, Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscai; Moviclc. OTORSTS Fire At LuVerne Lu Verne: The Lu Verne fire department was called out aboul one o'clock Friday afternoon lo put oul a small fire which. slarl- ed near Ihe Slandard bulk planl in the north part of town. No damage-was done. Lone Rock Boy Now Chaplain's Assistant Lone Rock: Pfc. Marvyn Schullic, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schullz, has received Ihe honor of becoming a chaplain's as- sistanl in Berlin, Germany. Marvyn graduated from Ihe Lone Rock school in 1944. He wenl the following summer lo Morningside college al Sioux Cily, Where he altended until his induction into the armed services July 5. He left Algona and was inducl- ed al Forl Snejling and was Ihen sent to -Canip Fannin, Texas, where he received his basic Irainina. He came home Ihe day afler Thanksgiving for aboul 18 days and was Ihen senl lo Camp Pickell, Va. He lefl for overseas around Die lllh of December and Accuracy Means So Much In compounding a prescription, .accuracy is of prime importance. Our Prescrip- .tion Department has the most modern equipment to weigh or measure each in..gradient. Our Pharmacist is honor-bound to follow, your Doctor's orders'exactly . . . You can depend on him , jor Accuracy! TJg Dependable Prescription.Service tii'jn v - 'ntf Phone 318 6 .E. State St., Algona "• OF IIK-vilINO ON RSTAIIMSHMRNT OK PKOPOSKD SHCONM.VIIV 1IIIAI1 NO. IHB. Nollco is hereby Riven llml thorn been filed In the °™^ "I,J^? Conntv Audllor-'of Kossuth County. Iowa a petition for I ho establishment .r ii dUii-lft for uurfaelntc Iho r<i]Imvlni? descrlhea secondary road. IteBlnnlnt? at the .Southwest corner of.Sectlon ']!). TownHhlp 00, Range 20 and running? East one mile. ' Said road lo lit! snrfru-c-d with Rt-nvol. . Hnld district to Include the following described real estate. OWIKM- ' • Description See. Twp, Metropolitan Ufe Tns. Co ...H% . J» •>'; D. B. & boula T.-Sayerw KW.4 •") !lt > Adele O. Norton & Uuth '*,„,, in or Pauline Worsler Morrow ....NR'4 30 90 -» Said petition will romo on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office In the Court House in Algona. Jowa, at 10:00 o clock A. M. on tho 4th day ol 1 April, 191(1. a I which time all persons Interested therein may appear aiid ho heard In the matter. . Dated nt Algona, Iowa this Sth day of March, 1940. . 11-12 . L. .I. IMMBJtFALt,, County Auditor. flange 29 29 29 NOTICK OK IIKAlllNfJ <>X KSTAIIMSIIMKNT OF PHOFOSED n» in. I- SBCONDAHV ItOAll NO. (H7 29, and running North one mile. Said road to lie surfaced with gravel. -. Said dlJitrlct: to include^ the following• flep Owner •'•-,/ ijea. Wm. T. & Clara I. Drnyton..;,.. ; ,. • • •' Thomas Kiel.' ( ; .-, •»« A. B, GrulUshank «-».; L. T. Lowman ..'...... »>V real e,,state: 3ti , See. Twp. Ill 98 •--. :u fit! jf'i 32 '96 ' 31 • 9fi Bnngc Ii9 29 29 29 owivui * " *»vi Hald pclltloi: wil'l'como pn for heariiiB befovp'Jhe nourd^of Supervisors at tr.olr office in the Court •>Voii»o\ln Algona, lovwrat^"'-'O o'clock A. M. on tlic 4th day of April. 11)40..ill which time all p?i'*ons interested therein may appear and he heard In the matter. , ; ik'i n t Al»o,,.. Iowa this Sth ^^%$$*«c amty Allflltor . NOTIf'K OF-HKAIIIXtt ON KSTAWI.18HMBVI 1 . OF PIIOPOSBD SMCOXOAHV IIOAIJ NO. 4«« • Notlee Id hereby given that there' been filed In the k offle,e of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Inwu a petition for the e.stabllshment uf, a district for surfaelntf the following described secondary voadj IteBlnuIiiK at the Southwest corner of .Section 5, Township 9n, Hango 27 and running North one (1) mile. y- Snld road to be surfaced wilh snivel. , ,,,«•>'. , . . ' Snld district to include tho following deserllWq real estate: Owner . Peserlptfon Sec. Twp. Marie Kunx . . . ..... ............. ........ ,.N\VU ., H. OS Louis Kntsehurrr ............ • ..... ..... .....SW'l ; S 9s Arthur A. &lre.iui It. Kle|n ........... ......NRU « »;' Joe .1. & Marv C. Cink ....................... SK.% : « »B , • Raid petltior. will-come on for hearing before'.the Hoard of Supervisors at their offlca In 'the Court House In Algona, Jfiwa, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. on -the 4t|i day of April, 1940. at which time all,;j)ersons Interested therein may appear and be heard In the mnttf-r. 'I .fi-'.. > Hated at AJgomi, Iowa this 8th day .of}].?l946. . Jlria ; ' . ; ; . " . ' -J,. il. m&IP!J.4|ftUp, •-Qojinty Auditor. T'.ange 27 27 " 27 ,isij*KV^j)jp PrtopqsEO ' • • SKtl!l,^»l^!«> iiii-TP Sf.Q.iWIS •''.'. ' Notice Is hereby-slven that-'there Ivan baeB|*lle(l.Jn the pffioe of the Countv Auditor of Kiwsuth County, Jowa H pafljion'for the estahllshment uf a rtistrict for Hurfaclncr the followliis descrlhp secondary road: neglnnlner at the Southwest corner: of .gecltei-l^TowiiKhip 94, 4J7, thence running Kant 1 mile. • ~-^. . : v; . ' Hold road tri be surfaced with gnivel, ... .,S ;.'•' ' aiBtrlct to Include the following dpscjiftied real estate: : p eilel .| Btloll Hec . rpwp. '. .".SW'M. 12 94 13 94 Owner Harris ^V. Rhler,.et al vXJ.V polltaiiLife Ins. Co .NV4 N'/4 RK .Range 27 3i5'-SKtf"* V !2 94 27 PannleB. Harnmill ....,..;.,-•• "'"•-••'v^BH J5' ?i II Jliu-y W. Hamilton, ot u) • -NWH 13 "^ "' 'Sold petition wMl'<'< i me'on far hearing- before-the Board of Suferv sprB at their office In the Court House In Alfforift, Iftwa, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. on the 4tl» day of Aprjl., 194fi. at which tlTOftftll persons interested therein may appear aptjbshe.ard'ln the malter.: /. Dated at Altrona. Iowa thia:8th day of.March, 19«6. _.. j.uien .uiy»ifeun«, »">v» ti . »., , *„„„,„„. T T County Auditor, 'St. • IU<;AKIV<i OX -KSl'AnHSHJMWT 01" .:. -.•>. :*r- wlECOXnAll V H«AO »0. »T8-rA ':s.;;|!lQJt.|ce Is lierebv given ; n>attlvere l^as ^ n :fUf4 In tlip -office of the. pfeun|y Avdltor of 'JJoss'iith 'County, Iowa'a^BsUJ.|o"n for tlj» eat*to)tsliment Of aajstrlel for surfacin(t the f«llow|nff:ae«ffrib^»ec, O r!dar,y road: ' ' t; the Nprth>yest oprner;'sj{ Jacttor- 18. Township. 94, Range 4Ae w'l'p. ' •. , ''•:'•'••• ' ,-•' : w|th grav*l, - v .';..-. . . ' real e»tate: ' ' ' jMitlllor! will jR'onj^ron fflr >.uear * In e'Boata of •Supervisors 1Q:00 o'clMU A. M. ' that give life to America! Y OU'D get an eye-opener any time you took a look at The Milwaukee Road's Mannheim-Bensenville freight yard just west of Chicago'. This newly improved yard permits ship, ments to by-pass the congested Chicago terminals. It and other yards, strategically located at junction points, speed the flow of traffic to and.from every community on the railroad. Tonnage-wise, the biggest part of The Milwaukee's job is moving goods—anything'from a heifer to a car of coal, from a comb to a giant combine. Demobilization of troops still rates first with us. This traffic has been particularly heavy from Pacific North- •• west ports. But as the weeks go by, you can expect the 'complete restoration of the' kind of. service that has made The Milwaukee Road a . favorite among -travelers and shippers alike*' A 'home'town industry—paying wages and taxes in your community Mister, There's R Fistful of Smooth, Gliding Power In That Hew Phillips «6!* feel for youfself! .!,»» new easoline Tt/tp wnv tnai new ^^^* , wet ever got! PHauPsPwaouuM COMPANY m& \MrtL*il*' : m r hlillp. PHILLIPS 66 GASOLINE ^4'fe "' ^H^BIiTiWW^ BKHP^ff^S|IR' • j Ts^lp^^pH^I". mfii's^Bi ,ft%^|isii!g (Formerly EBsSlaSwsKasKSiS

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