The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1946 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 9, 1946
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:A??0^;#yp^ PAGE P6tm. Tuesday and Wednesday, Ai*fil 9-10 "Eddie Dcail in "ROMANCE OF WEST" Sidney Tolcr in "SCARLET CLUE" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 11-12-13 ' PONI ADAMS TOM FADOEN FRANK JAQUEt JOHN KEUY Co-Hit Bill Gilbert and Shemp Howard in "CRAZY KNIGHTS" Added Serial, "Royal Mounted Rides" Sunday, Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, April 14-15-16-17 Co-Hit Fighting for a girl's kiss! SUMUEt COLDmH pn«M« GARY COOPER 1 Adventures -jWaitoTolo * with BASIL RATHBONE SIGRID'GURIE -KEN CURTIS IEFF MKiU THE HOOSIER HOOTS IIP h «u to. Bra HUE «!S • UN (£) WIUWM3 ANDY CLYDE FRANK SULLY IHE DINNING SISIEfiS FOY HUNG ad IHE HESS OF IHE PURPLE MCE Spring tonic for tired cars: THE NEW FIGHTING AVIATION OIL • When you make that spring oil change, try Champlin HI-V-I . . . the new fighting aviation oil. Refined by an utterly new and different dual solvent proc-ess . . . from 100% Paraffin Basr Mid-Continent Crude . . . the finest obtainable . . . it's so clear, so' pure, so free from carbon, gum and other power robbing formations ... it helps take the sludge out of sluggish motors like a tonic. Available now in refinery scaled cans from friendly Champlin Service Stations and dealers. <1 ' And for a real "touch-and-go" gas, ask for Champlin Ethyl or Champlin Presto gasoline. CHAMPLIN REFINING CO. Producers, Refiners, and Distributors of Petroleum Products Since 1916 ENID, OKLAHOMA CHFIMFH-IN THE,GROUND ;. OR IN THE SKY" RECOMMENDED AND SOLD BY Archie and Ernie Champlin Station Anliker Oil Co., Distributor Phone 798 State and Harlan RuraJ Carrie?) Wife Honored At Ottosen Ottosen: Mr, and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth were pleasantly surprised Friday evening when all the rural mail carriers arid auxiliary carriers, of Humboldt county dropped in to help them ceie- brat their thirtieth Wedding anniversary. A pot luck dinner was brought in. The couple was presented with a lovely potted plant. Centerpiece on the table was it large wedding cake with n ifiiniature bride and groom and decorated with pearls and doves. The pearls were symbolic of the 30 years. After the dinner cards were played with R. B. Sanford and Mrs. William 1 BaUtfiann winning high and Mrs. James Barber and Ole Fyetland Winning low. Those attending were: Mr. and, Mrs. William Baumann, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Fyetland, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Johnson all of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Entho and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Sanford of Rut^ land, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Rasmussen of Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Lyons ol Bode, Mr. arid M>s. Gale Berryh'ill of Livefmote> Mr. a'nd Mfs. Clifotd Latitief* Mr 1 , antl Mrs. C\ A. Kins'eth and sofi Gur-< lis and Mr. and Mrs. J.arnes Barber and son Denny Ray of West Bend. On Sunday all of the couple's children were home for dinner excepting a son Richard, who is serving with the armed forces in Leghorn, Italy. They receive^ a beautiful bouquet of cut flowers from the children and another nicely decorated cake with Thirty-Year Anniversary on it. Attending the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naeve and son Donny of Rolfe, Mr. arid Mrs. James Barber and sort Dfenny Ray of West Bend, and'Mr, ! and Mrs. Warren McMahon arid daughter Carrie Mae of Algona. The couple were married Mar. ;». 1016, iri OmOha, Nob, and ,-;ame to Ottpscn at that time and lived on a farm. They moved to town when Mr. Kinseth became mail cafrier. fte i6i 6f the Urtlied gtftfe* W6«i*ft **M IS &&0A Child 6l £««* tftt tfe* emu- wts ftfttpmi «f te flftetti ihe * i Phonal 18 Just Call Me Mister . . S'ays This Returned Service Man (A Weekly Review With An Overseas Veteran) Lone Rock: Like many other veterans, Ivan R. Schmidt of Lone Rock, saw a multitude of army camps and various assignments during his nearly three years of service. Ivan, shown here, went into the army on July 21, 1943, and was sent to Fort McClellen, Alabama, a pretty hot place in the middle of the summer. After various training assignments, he departed from a New Jersey port for overseas, Aug. 1, 1944, landing in Winchester, England. He moved over to France with the 84th division, and was attached to the "Red Ball Express", hauling supplies to the front for some time. Ho saw his first day of action in Germany, Nov. 19, at the front, and was wounded shortly later at a river crossing. However, he recuperated and went on from the Rhine to the Elbe river, and was in at the finish May 9, 1945. Ivan was then attached to the army of occupation in He'.delburg where he stayed until he started home from Antwerp, March 15, .1946. He eventually received his discharge at Camp McCoy, Wis. His plans for the future are uncertain, although he hopes to start farming for himself in a year or two. C.&N.W. Officials Here On Ivan R. Schmidt, Lone Rock HOSPITALS • . SWe'tf City: ! A new 60 b'y iSff teefc Witt tit for the Forest City Produce Company at .aft early date, JHic'ordlrtg ,to pfans Completed by company off! cinl« this week. The building will be the first of some haif-doz^n warehouses planned bj>: Swea City ftrms foi* et-eo- tiort along the iRoek Isfnnd rail* road's new side track. The Swea City plant of Forest City Produce company annually ttrdcWses and ships from W to 160 enttoad^ of dfeSs6d turkeys besides" haftdfhng rt capacity btrsifteSS in. chickens, cream arid eggs. Storage biiil-dirigS iri town now hdtise the company's supplies which ariMve in carload 16ts. • Th6 new Warehouses will water- ially mtifce IH6 ntifnbef (if matt-" hoiifs nbcessn*y t6 distn'Btile these stfbplles. Hock Island's Albert Lea-Esther-' ville bfaiVch fates Swea City as one of its top shipping points, hence the c6riStfu'Ction Of 700 additional feet of side track in the local freight yards recently. Mary Jane Labb Of Swtea City Given Nurse Training Cajp Mary Jane Lobb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thdmas Lobb, was one or a group of student nurses awarded caps on .completion of the first six months of the three- year Cadet Nurses' Training course at Cook County hospital in Chicago. Shirley Ann Berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Berg, entered training at the same hospital last week. Shirley attdnded Coe college at" Cedar Rapids last semester. Arden jongberg, F2c. with the Atlantic fleet, left Wednesday to report to his ship after a leave snent with his parents, Mr., and Mrs. J. Jongberg. Earl Kvams- dalo, stationed on the west coast, is on leave from the navy this week and is visiting his Wife and his father Ole Kvamsdale. A delegation of Chicago & Northwestern railroad officials were in Algona last week, looking over the community and railroad facilities here, with a view to future needs of the expanding community. They were W. C. Johnson, freight claim agent, A. M. Hieck, supervisor of loss and damage prevention, H. A. Wetter, freight inspector, and R. P. Walters, trainmaster. They were guests of G. W. Hackney, Algona agent for the C. & N. W. "Algona is one of the most up and coming small cities on 'our line," they said, "and our road will do all it can to keep pace with expanding traffic needs." The group inspected facilities here with a view to further reducing any possible loss and damage to freight shipments and generally i-nprovo freight scr- West Bend Girl Is Bridal Shower Guest An honor for Miss Ilene Balgeman, bride of the near future, took place*a week ago Sunday in the Peace Lutheran church parlors, West Bend, with 95 persons present. Hostesses were Mrs. Edwin Berninghaus, Mrs. Herman Sanders, Mrs. Paul Berninghaus and Mrs. R. T. Berninghaus. The bride-to-oe was presented with many lovely gifts, and a lunch was served. KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Apr. 1: Mrs. Richard Post#.;Algona, girl. ...V- Apr. 2: Mrs. Leo . Immenal, Burt, boy. pr. 3: Bruce D. Sandberg, Algona, surgical. -. \ Apr., 4: Mrs. John Von Som.- me'r, Bancroft, boy; Mrs. Dfilyl IWlfioHV fiOhb^Rock, boy, Apr. 5: Mrs. Melbourne Heesch, Wesley, boy; Mrs. Paul Beardsley, Algona, girl; Mrs. George Goetz, Wesley, boy. :' Apr. 6: Mrs. Oswald Thilges, LuVerne, girl. Apr.. 8: Mrs. Btirl, Eckstein,. Sexton, girl; Julia .-'Raney, Tyes- ley, surgical. ./- . "•. .•; GENERAL HOSPITAL Apr. 1: Gus Stoeber, Algona, medical. Apr. 2: Mrs. M. F. Sohlei, Fenton, medical; Mrs. J. P. Studer, Wesley, boy. Apr. 3: Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Algona, medical. Apr. 4: Mrs. Otto Ohm, Fenton, medical. Apr. 7: Dewey G. Hoskens, Britt, surgical; Fred Thornberg, LuVerne, surgical. Apr. 8: Richard Drummer, Wesley; medical; Mrs. D. J. Goeders, Sexton, medical. August Sfuder Has Finger Amputated Wesley: August Studer underwent amputation of the index finger oh his right hand at Algona one day last week. The digit was caught in a corn shell- le'i\.Feb. 21, and was 'badly mangled; 'An effort was made to save the finger, but some infection made it necessary to amputate. Needless to say August suffered much pain nad discomfort for the past six, weeks. Highway Safety-Movies Frank Ulish of the State highway Safety Department ; was Guest speaker at the Algona Rotary club, Monday noon, and also presented movies connected with 'highway safety Speaker ', , . , Mrs. R. H. Cantreil Minneapolis, will 'be guest speaker at a missionary service at the Nazarene church, Wednesday evening, April 10. She is first vice president of the Nazarene foreign .missionary society. Service start at 8 p. m., Leo M. Best, pastor, states.. ins held a weak affb Mbftda? •-« IftfhWtt* Wf Mtt, . , The club requested tm> ca»6 ef •& Ihtte-ytfttt-dld gl and the b*Santiafi6n plans send and wlien them. gittSt eloih** ftifigrto.lta child 6ft* is A*tff«*il id IKS, Ihe. fetid art iH«$tail8ft ttstied tbt fartitthrf Hifr meWlnff at Oitefieh, next fall, th« rfSxi eliiB jftitetttftf WH1 be ti*ld May fe at ihe heftie of Mrt. Bdttha Broke Wihdow, W. J. Leininger, 6har'ged with druhkeness, wfis fined $10 and costs in Mayor Fr|mk Kohlhaas' court, last vfeek. Lieininger kick' ed out a wiridow at the Silver Gray Cafe recently, when refused admittance after hours, and the •char'ge resulted. He also paid fpr the window. Injured At Garden Work Swea City: Mrs. Walter G. Smith is recovering from the ef- 'fects of a fall suffered Friday as she was working in her flower garden. Her glasses were broken, causing cuts on the left cheek and eyelid. Mt. and Mis. E. fi< Thdrttes and Mrs. Fern Gibson of Sioux Rapids, Luther Cunningham of Crocker, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McDanel, and Mr. and Mrs. Rushell McDanel arid family were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Archie McDanel. Mrs. Thomas is a sister Of C. J. $!c- Danel. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff6rd Schoftrt- maker and daughter Ree Kae of Denver arrived Wednesday for a visit until Saturday with the former's sister and her Husband, Mr. arid Mrs. Edward Ostrurn. Saturday they went to Sanbprri to Visit until Wednesday with Mrs. Schoohmaker's parents. Wednesday the Schoonmak'ers and Mrs.- Ostrum will go to. Nashua to see C. N; Schoonrriaker, ^2-year-old father of Mr. .Scho'otifriaker and Mrs; Ostruhi. The giiest& are eri-; route to Mexico City 1 , Me*.,wtter<S' Mr. Schoonrriaker will be affili- : ated with the American engineering arid business administration. A sistei' of Mi*. Schooh- maker and Mrs. Ostiimi, Mi's, pahiel Mortez de Leva, has liVed' in Mexico City the past 17 years. Jti*t Arri Drag Harrow Draw Bars 20 to 30 foot (I No lifting of heavy harrow section*. • Automatically open* and folda into position Humboldt Hydraulic '.-* " Loader* Super-Six Hydraulic Loaders • j Steel and Wood Wagon Boxes Electric Chicken Brooders Air Compressors KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT STORE Sales - Service - Wiring Deere *••,-•• v . General Phone 850 Electric Appliances Machinery Agi)na) Iowa THE OAKS Ih Fairmont Will Be Open Only Friday, Saturday and Sunday Nights I'' This is necessary due to inability to obtain sufficient 1 supply of top quality meats and sea foods. iiiiiiiiiilllii TO BUY OR SELL: You'll go a long way before you can better the reader coverage of Algona Upper Des Moines want ads! WlHM, ' _. 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 ingredient. Our Pharmacist is honor-bound to follow, your Doctor's orders exactly • • • You can depend on him . for Accuracy! W Dependable JH Prescription Service Ohnesorge Drug Phone 318 5 E. State St., AUrona Need A Windbreak? Fruit Trees Enough? Home Need landscaping? Phone or Write Elmore Nursery YOU CAN PLANT NURSERY STOCK JUST AJ5SOON AS YOU CAN WORK THE GROUND Drop a Postal Card or Phone Us Yout Need* Now! 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