^ * ft f* o " Af^ONA IOWA Adwrtseents AftOllttEYS At LAW „ W* ». QUAR-TON It. W. MfLLfcft ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW .'" » Office in Sawyer Building a Office Phone 427 ALGONArlQWA * HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTOttNEYS AT LAW' . A. Hutchison (1802-1080) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison . . ft Security Stnte Bank Building Phone 261 Algona, Iowa Upper Des Moine* Want Aete firing RefulU, Gaylord D. : Shumwny Eclw. D. Kelly Hnt'old F. Fristedt SIIUMWAY, KELLY & FRlSfE ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW ..vvQffice in Hutchison Bldg. 3Ptfone"68' " Algona,; Iowa < LINNAN & LYNCH i ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. Algona, Iowa : Phone 2B L. A.WINKEL , ATTORNEY AT LAW •Office in Hutchison Building Phone 180 Algona, Iowa J. D. LOWE : ATTORNEY AT LAW Rooms 212-214 First Nat'l Bk Bldg Phone 287 Algona, Iowa T E. ,T. VAN-NESS . Law Offices : E. J. Van Ness Delia Walter 2nd Floor New Heise Building „. \ Algona, Iowa HAROLD J. McNERTNEY ' • LAWYER Office in'Hutchinson Bldg. •>•- Phone 354 . Alprona, Iowa PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS C. II. CRETZMEYER, M. D. ' : f Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. MELVIN'G. BOURNE . PHYSICIAN.& SURGEON Phone—Office 197 Res. 194 Across from F. S. Norton & .Son DR. ROBERT W. LEE Physician and Surgeon Hutchison Bldg. Office Phono 127 Res. 827 DENTISTS A. .1. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 859 *,CARL R. HOFFMAN " DENTIST >..." Office in Nev; Heise Bldg. V .Phone '44 Res. Phone 116 DR. ERVIN J. ANDERSON DENTIST ".. Office in McEnroe Buildlnfl Of. Phone 572 Res. Phone 525-W DR. J. P. HERRIG ;, .DENTIST -; Roonsa 13 and, IS - ... Haggard & Peterson Bldg. -Olfice Phbna VJ Residence 569 A. W.-AMUNSON Office—Borchardt Bldg. Eyes Examined ' Res. Phone 436 . ". MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE E. JOHNSON (Burpee Agency) District Agent /''Northwestern Mutual Life Algona, Iowa ; Plione 656 i '..' Res. 173 .•** WALTER L. FRIESNER •i Auto Fire Hail Life ; State 1 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 time office, ,Frlday 1 to p. m., National Farm Loan • Ass'n Office Vz Block South of Council Oak Store, ?!BETTER QUAUTT SERVKT HEADQUARTERS For UBBER STAMPS |Vour order* will b« 6B*J promptly «nd i ORPEBNOWI m mmr Ill L! We .ate again buying wool for the Commodity Ct edit Corporation and the price is about the same as last year. Medium wool 45c. JOE GREENBERG Phone 118 FOR YoURS6lf! '(•.Why-waste time with harid milking, when a . McCormick.peering Milker can speed your milking and get maximum production? ( Your cows will like the McCormick-Deering, and so will you. Come see those, we now have in stock and let us show you why they are dependable, sanitary and long lasting. Algona Implement Co. : Walt and Deb Wall Phone 52 Algona, Iowa McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PAR;TS AND SERVICE Jmt CtiH Me Mister . ,. Says This Returned Service Man (A Weekly Itcvlcw With An Overseas Veteran) Don Hemmingsen is one of the •newer business men in Algona, where he owns and operates the •GUlligan Soft Water Service, which ne recently took over from the city. He served in the army air corps from Sept. ,1941, when he dilisted, until a few months ago* He left the service as a captain, and completed 52 bombing missions, bombardier on a B-17, serving in the North African, Tunisian, Sicilian and Italian campaigns. He returned to the States in March, 1944, to h,ecome an instructor on pilot approach to a target and automatic pilot control. Soft water service is quite a step from a bombardier's work/ but not too big a one for genial Don, who is credited with bringing down one enemy aircraft while doubling on a machine gun. "This is the friendliest town I've ever seen," he said, "and my wife and self certainly like Algona." His wife, Jeanne, helps him in the office at their temporary location in the R. S. Blos- fcom office, next to the Upper Des Mpines. Don ..'Was born and raised at Newell,' Iowa, and Mrs. Hemmingsen - is from Worthington, Minn. 'The,latter, by the way, is also .an ex-WAC, and a good bowler. The couple are living in a Misbach apartment, and Don has already developed a wide acquaintance locally, and -belongs to the American Legion, Lions, Junior Chamber of Commerce, and Senior Chamber. He also likes hunting and fishing, and hopes he gets time enough to do a little. Mrs. Hjelle Hostess T.o Lu Verne J. J. Club Lu Verne: The J. J. club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs.- J. A. Hjelle with 14 members and one guest Mrs. Howard Smith, present. Each member had ~a part in the program and the remainder of the afternoon was spent sewing for the Red Cross. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. The .next meeting will be April 12 at the country home of Mrs. Joe Elbert. Don Hemmingsen PORTLAND SCHOOL BOARD ORGANIZES Portland—The* Portland township school board met at Central school Monday, March 18, and the directors include: No. 1, Bernard Phelps; No. 2, closed, Earl Zwiefel: No. 3, J. P. Stevens; No. 4, closed, Glen Black; No. 5, Harry Christiansen; No. (i, Howard Sparks; No 7, Ear] Miller; ancl No. B, closer!, Ray McWhorter. Entertain af School Mrs. Wayne Lynch and the pupils at school No. 0 are entertaining parents and friends at a program Thursday evening, Mar. 28, at the school. Speed up Haymaking wiih a ^.'.Liiii.M^ FERGUSON MOWIR Has Ulcer on Eye Robert Harvey spent the weekend at Park hospital, Mason City, suffering with an ulcer on his eye. He is now home and much improved. Livermore School Lays Plans For Next Cage Season Livermore: Livermore's basketball team returned Sunday, March 24, from Iowa City, where j they had 'been competing in the state tournament. Although beaten 42 to 25 by LeMars in the first round of the tournament the team remained to see the finals. It was the luck of the draw that placed them;,the smallest t.pam in the tournament, against Le Mars, the tallest.. This ends Livermore's schedule for the season, which was one of the most successful in four years when they last went to the state meet. This year's schedule gave them 31 wins against three losses. Coach C. J. Cayou is looking forward to another successful season again next year as he loses only two men from this year's squad. They are Gerald Hughes, center, and 1 Don Monson, guard. He says he has several capable reserves but wouldn't say who would finally get the positions. The returning regulars are Frances Miles and Bill Davis, forwards, and Alan Sinclair. David Stewart is now uhle to be up and is recovering from a recent illness. Mrs. Charles Phctps Is quite ill, but is improving slowly. She has been bedfast for two weeks. Raiph Dugan consulted doctors at Rochester last week and came home, assured that he needs no operation and will soon be recovered and and in good health. Henry Schnakenberg and son Thees and his wife, Lu Verne, were Sunday guests at Martin Becker's. • MEMO TXK ADVERTISERS, NEWSPAPER XEO .EOPLE buy this newspaper for news of the world, the country and our community in particular. Our readers are also interested in news about food, clothes, entertainment, automobiles, furniture and.;all of the necessities and luxuries';that;haycj^ to do with daily living. ' ' ' '"'"*•'' •''"'"''"' Through advertising in this paper you can give our readers the up-to-date pews .about your merchandise and services, Bach one of your advertisements can be. a ««w* faptr within a newspaper, ':.; Tew jhpul4 know .all about; .the pkcwlfii - (fan of its newspaper that is carrying the inewfi of ypvjr business, How many people ib«y the paper? Where are they • Jlpw v?R§ the yen this information m that you need and have a right to know .when YOU "buy advertising space, this newspaper is a member of the Audit Bureau,of Circulations. •-, TEstablished in 1914, the Bureau is a .-national; .cooperative association of 2000 '•advertisers, advertising agencies and pub. Jishers, Its purpose is to furnish:advertisers with verified reports on the circulation of its publisher members. Annually, one of the Bureau's large staff pf trained auditors makes an audit of our circulation records, jvist as the bank examiner makes a check of your bank's records, The information thus obtained is published in official Ai B, C, reports. Whet\ you buy jpacs/lo thjs newspaper you know ,!U|t iwbtl ? i in ^circHlfttipn values, yoy get for invited. j ; f€|^ tJipfii^ TDes Moiies , . _ v ,_ . : .,. r . ; ,., /:v , ; ,^,^ ! */, ; ^vg-?--^••;'•;-. •-'••• •;$.#£$>$:]: "^jiiiiim^^ — *—^"*- NICHOLS SHOE REPAIR Quality Service We do careful shoe repair work of all kinds. Our New Location: Behind Kent Motors TAXI! We answer all calls up to 1 A. M. daily and emergency calls at any time day or night. PHONE 09 f LOEBIG'STAXI 12tf ford fttattot turftti; Kjiiiuf* stopping Of backing, the tfftttor. A toilch on the Fingtf Tip Control rai««« cutttt-bar to cfaSttidfi*, atructioM^6f'for becking Up. Slinply and qui<ikij|> attached" to the tractor or iaken off. ith either ;S-, 6- or 7-foot cutterbar. FOR FINGf'R TIP FARMING Kent Motor Co. PIONEER GROWERS PRODUCE llUNO'S 7T|MDI<NA mo CONTEST •} S.ACRI "HO CONtfSJ PIONEER SOLD BY C. L. BAILEY, Algona JOHN BORMANN, Bode HAROLD ,V. : JONES, Swea City R. I. MAWDSLEY, Burl AARON VV. STEUSSY, Lucerne AMOS ANGLE, 417 N. Dodge V Algona ' ". : . .-.;>H'.V •'•:' ' T. O. JOHNSON, Armstrong 1 Xy ,W/ A. MURRAY, Bancroft ' '. : y/i JOHN A. SLEPER, Buffalo Center,; H. iR. TRENARY, Bancroft •;••'•'"'!*•-' •WILBUR FOX, Bancroft . . V WALTER TAUDT, Whittemore & Boys - Girls of Kossuth County Have You Taken Advantage Of A, Chance To Join ALGONA - SWIFT'f iHKK CLUB Make Money! Wm 50 CHICKS TO ELIGIBLE ENTRIES RECEIVED Any boy or girl between 12 and 15 years inclusive is eligible to join. You will receive 50 chicks. agree to carry out the rules of, the project, and to return 36 Ibs. of live poultry in the fall to Swift & Co^.in payment of dues. The balance you can sell and this represents your own profit. You become eligible to participate in the Fall Poultry Show to be sponsored by Swift & Co., and can enter: your best birds for prizes to be awarded in all breds and^ classifications, Applications can be secured by writing or calling Swift & Co., Algona,, Iowa. Deadline f ormaking application is Saturday, April 80, 1946, TURNSUMMER INTO A PROFIT--WIN A POULTRY SHOWPRIZE Breeds available to club members will Jb§, ^Vhite Rocks, Barred Bocks, NeW Hampshires and White Leghorns. Club chicks should be of a different breed than other poultry on the farm, and an attempt 1 will be made to supply the member with the breed requested, if they are available, ' Applications for membership must be signed by the prospective member and his parents. Parents must agree to furnish 'sufficient feed to raise the chicks to maturity. : ••• .^. '.^>;'--'i...i^.. " ' •:••'"' • •• ""•••• " : ' '•'.'-'•'•'•'• •_'• Applicants -will b,«s nptifled wh(Bn ifej ' which will be available durng the week of April 30 to May •••'•. '.'.--v •'•;'/• iAvi.'v;'.' 1 . .'•• .;...-. v: - . ::i;; Each club member will chicks or more and compete to be a^rde4 at a Vl^G to be Heidi when the chicks are appr«x« imately si ' ^pBd^s,aiR^ yo« 4s NOT havie fy te %4'H $}?& you am you also become eligible•&' '.•IWdilp^: «P,- wm:- m mM » iiS Si?
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