The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1946 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 16, 1946
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PACK TWO- Upper Dea Moines Want Ads Bring Results. EASTER GREETINGS To Our Friends and Customers Throughout Kossuth County. Watch for News of the Opening of Our New Building. Taylor Implement Co. I Phone 257 So. Phillips St. I HERE'S THE BIG NEWS-? ^ Kite Flying and I Model Plane Contest SPONSORED BY ALGONA LIONS CLUB TO BE HELD AT FAIR GROUNDS Sunday, April 28 Beginning at 2:00 P. M. Fill Out Entry Blank Below And Gel in the Fun! Scores of Valuable Prizes to be Given Away These Will Supply Prizes To Be Given Away: Beckers' Sporting Goods Gamble's Graham's S. & L. Co. Kohlhaas Htlwc. Algona Hdwe. Spilles Hdwe. 1 Coast-to-Coast Store Firestone Store Pratt Electric Bjustrom Furniture Lusby & Giossi K. D. James Barry's Recreation Hub Clothiers Zender's | Hawcott & Ogg Algona Upper Des Moines Kossuth County Advance Yes, it's soinff to IIP a big event for boys and girls . . . and something special for the grown-ups to watch, too! It doesn't matter it your kite or plane is a small cr large one—bring it to tbe contest ami YOU MAY WIN A PRIZE! There will be judging on bow well yon have built your kite or model plane, as well as flying ability. Get your entry blank in m.-w, kids —just clip il out of this ad! EXTRA! Every boy or girl who turns in an entry blank will be admitted FREE to tbe movies Saturday, May 4th, l!)4(i! Turn in your entry blank and you'll be given your theatre ticket at tbe fair grounds! BRIXG YOUR ENTRY BLANK TO: Roscoe's Grocery Sorcnson's Grocery Sbilt's Shoe Store ENTRY BLANK Kite-Flying and Model Plai{q Contest (Sponsored by Algona Lions Club) Name Age Address I will enter the following classes: Glider Model Rubber Band Model Kite Engine Model Plane Scale Model Solid or Flying LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Bert Muekey spent Wednesday in Fort Dodge on business. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Amuneon returned Thursday from a honeymoon spent in Minnesota, Melvin Miner and Hubert F. Schoby went to Des Moines Thursday to attend the sport show. Mr. and Mrs, W, J. fuller visit- eel their son Bill at Ames last week Sunday. He is a student at the college. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Collinson spent Thursday in Armstrong with Mr. and Mrs. Kox Felkey. The ladies are sisters. Mrs. Bradley of Sioux Rapids came the latter part of the week for a visit with Helen Comfort and her mother Mrs. W. Comfort. Joyce O'Brien, who is a student at Clark college, Dubuque, spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh accompanied her son-in-law F. H. Pruyn to Uos Moines, Thursday, for a few days visit with her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard went to Des Moines, Thursday, where the former transacted business and they also attended the sports show. Phyllis Crawford, who is a student nurse at the Lutheran hospital in Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr> and Mrs. Norman Crawford. Earl Bowman Jr., who broke a bone in his foot while playing basketball a few weeks ago, was able to have it put in a cast Thursday, and went back to school Monday. Don Boevers spent most of last week in Swea City, where he has opened a new filling station, which he has leased to John Verbrugge of Swea City. Sinclair oil products will be sold. Mrs. Fred Houdek and daughter Germainc went to Calmar for a weekend visit with the former's father L. A. Meyer and her daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frana. Mrs. Glenn Crilly went to Webster City, Friday, and took a group of young folks who attended the band festival. Among those were Marjorie Dewel, Don Potter and Vernon Voyles. John Thul, who has been in poor health all winter with a heart ailment, has recovered sufficiently to be employed again with the Harms Oil company for whom he worked two years previously. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook left' Monday morning for Potato Lake, Minn., where they have purchased a resort. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reid also drove there Monday and will remain until the first of May. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid and daughter Adds Jane went to Webster City, Friday, to attend the music festival. They were accompanied by Mrs. Homer Tuttle and daughter Marilyn, and Georgia Richardson. Mrs. Helen Huber, who has been employed at the C. S. Johnson store, has resigned and began her new work as assistant to Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison of the old age assistance department at the court house, last week M6n- day. Mrs. Walter Greenwood of Mobile, Ala., and little daughter Toni arrived Tuesday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Will Brown, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson. Mrs. Greenwood is the former Jean Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clements and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dahl went to Des Moines for the weekend and attended the Alec Templeton concert. Mr. Templeton is a blind pianist and has appeared on many radio programs the past few years. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Collinson are great-grandparents of a daughter, Katherine Kay, born April 4 at Orville, Calif., to Mr. and Mrs. Randy Collinson. Grandfather of the child is Glen Collinson, son of the A. M. Col- linsons. ' Margaret Presihus came Saturday for an overnight visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Hans Presthus. Miss Presthus is a graduate nurse from a hospital in Sioux City and since October has been associated with the Dolmage hospital in Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clark and the latter's mother, Mrs. Rose Brown, of Ames came Saturday for a' visit with Irene Corle and with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morgan. The latter is Mr. Clark's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Clark remained over the weekend but Mrs. Brown is making an extended visit with Miss Corle. Kathleen Evans, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans, who is a nurse in a hospital in Findley, Ohio, and has been there the past year, is taking a vacation and has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. Alma Healy in Detroit, going from there to Chicago for a visit with a friend. She will also go to Canada and then to Crawfordsville, Iowa, for a visit with her brother Wallace. Later she will come to Algona to be with her parents for awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lonergan have purchased the house on N. Jones street known for many years as the Mrs. Hoppe residence. Later it was sold to Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Foth, who are moving to Decorah, where he will be employed in a pluml,,., shop. Possession will be given June 1. Prof, and Mrs. Don Miller are taking the apartment vacated, by Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien in the former Gilmore house on E. McGregor street. Alex Derm»nd went Jo Minneapolis Friday on 'business and remained until this mid-week. .ALGONA WPlRit • .'*< MM, H. t. Hoittk fcftd Sail: |«¥ spent Friday in Emmetabtiifl with her mother Mrs. Joe Martini. , Mr*. & C. Stewart ^«nt id Mason City Saturday, where she is taking treatments for an eye ailment. ^ / - ... Mrs. P< A, Hetiz df Malveifn ift arriving Wednesday for n week's visit with her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hertz. Jf. J. Dooley and his nephew Kenneth Dooley drove 46 Fonda Saturday and returned Sunday: They were guests of the former's brother, and sister, M. J. and Ella Dooley. ' ; i \ Mrs, Wilbur Moldren wtenched her ankle Sunday in s.u<h a way that the injury was severe enough to keep her off it, foV a few days. She did not fall but in going down the back steps her ankle twisted, causing the injury. Mf. and Mrs. Mel Gtlftin weht IOWA . . tpj a iarftily retttfion MIA 18 fcelibtate ; Mfs.i ! Ellen Reddi&'s gfjtli birthday,. MtS. fteddih is Mrs. Griffin&VrtMher. Ab6iit 20 relatives were present at the din- .ner. : - i ... / ftaipfr Hd£gY son 6f M*, and Mrs. Albert Hagg, who is radar operate ott tfte U. S. S. aircraft carrier Antietnrn, has'written his parents that fte ship dodged the recent; tidal WaVfi'find typftoottS rind droned'!anchor .at Saipnh. He was .rjfaking a'trip to/Shanghai, and he assured his parents he wife srife". Ralph is eligible for discharge'May 15, but H6 does not e;kpect his release until some time in June.' . Mrs. E. J. Hodges returned Saturday from BartlesVille, Okla., with her daughter and her husband, Mh and Mrs. James Reid, who brought her back by car. Mrs. Hodges has been with Tuesday and Wednesday, April 16-17 Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April-18-19-20 r>«r5S HS ipait lew weeks, fhe \ tteidi wWA'B&efc to* BartleiViIl<e Satiirdaf dflgWdttrt. > Mi. aid tirt. L*f ;iekljftdi* aifid datighler !»HylfiV 6f Man«dt6 were Sunday dinneir guests at the iffed Plumb home in Uftibft 'tdwftsliip. PhylliSj recently discharged from the waves, is a frieftd of Wfitiiffcd Plumb, aftd Margaret Plumb Miller, having attended boot school and yep- «iaH school with Winifred, Late? Hie tWee girls were gtatldiied close ta one another in Califor- Mr. SHd »<**, TK«od«»« Go«d- efs, Susfe O66derg aftd Henry Priestet ot Scilt sgetit Sunday 1ft Whittewior* With Mir. and Mfs. Jamea Buiter. ; . Mr. and Mrs, Keith Shephard "hhd daughter Janice of MaS6n City were recent guests of • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grefen. Thity also visited Mr. and Mrs. William fireen of near Algotia. atici PastMes Place Ywir dl-tler* in Advance FINN'S Phone 43 ^ Story Of Otir stoi Roaring Frontier! SCOTT ANN DVORAK^ ' ;/ EDGAR BUCHANAN . RHONDA FLEMING GIVE TO FIGHT ALGONA TO BE GIVEN TROPHY AT MEET HERE Algona was named winner Monday in its population group of a . traffic safety-contest for 1945 by H. C. Brown, president of the Iowa state safety council. Algona led in safety in the 40005000 population, class, with Cilar- inda second, and Waverly and Jef., ferson receiving honorable mention. • Let's Keep Up the Good Record, Folks DRIVE KOSSUTH MOTOR €0 Chevrolet J Sales and Service Across from Post Office KENT MOTOR CO. Ford-Mercury Sales and Service East State Street PERCIVAL MOTORS Dodge-Plymouth Sales and Service Across from City Parking Lot HOENK MOTORS DeSoto-Plymouth West of Court House Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, April 21-22-23 Easter Sunday tt4 The screen's greatest story of the West! McCREA . DONLEVY ALLEN MOTOR CO, Chrysler-Plymouth Sale* and Service PAU GARAGE &B00YSHOP Old&mobile Dealer Dodge and Nebraska Phone 165 WfMBW T*!R MOTOR CO. Salw and Service ALGONA Pontjag and WsU and^f b '••&&&

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