The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1946 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, April 16, 1946
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fotm. 10 SWEA WINNERS n MUSIC CLASS i Si,Vea City: Lack of Space, last week, prevented this newspaper from giving a summary of the outcome of the Swea City high school clrfSS I winners in the pre-state music contests at Graettinser. / The school band won a I rating, find thus enters the- district stale meet. Olher class T winners were:' Clarinet quartette, Patty Vaux, Arlene Peterson, Eleanor -Heidon- with and Dorothy Hesvik. Trumpet solo, John Twoelon, Dalo Andersnji and TJichard Pelir- Son. Trombone snlo, Daryl Polofsnn, Gordon Linrle and Muriani Peterson. Baritone solo, John Tweeten; Baritone-euphonium polo, Dale Anderson: clarinet soln. Arlene Peterson: boys sleo club; drum ensemble. Jamos Vaux, John Lundquist, Arlene Griffith. In addition to the 10 first. Swea City won 11 second places. Union Services At Livermore Churches Livermore: The Presbyterian and Methodist churches will hold joint Passion Week services. They arc to begin Tuesday evening and to continue daily through Friday afternoon. All evening services are to bepin at fight o'clock. On Tuesday evening Rev. Beckman of the Evangelical church in LuVerne will speak at the Presbyterian church. On Wednesday evening Rev. A. R. Smith, of the local Presbyterian church will preach at the Methodist church. Thursday evening Rev. Robert Phillips, local Methodist pastor, will preach in the Presbyterian church. Friday afternoon at 2:30. Rev. Gilbert Kuypcr. pastor of the Presbyterian church in Algona. will preach at the Methodist church hero. Communion will be observed at this time. Bridal Shower At St. Joe Hall, Sunday St. Joe: A miscellaneous coin shower was given Sunday, April 14, at St. Joseph's hall for Rita Thul, who will be married Tuesday, April 23, to Milforcl Plathe of St. Joe. Bridge and "500" were played by the guests. In bridge high score went to Mrs. John Altman and Mrs. Raymond Thilges received low. Mrs. John Thu] won the "500" prize. A door prize went to Mrs. John Becker. The bride-to-be received many beautiful gits. Pvt. Maurice Reding spent the weekend from Fort Snelling, Minn., with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding. Osteopathic Meeting A district ostcopnthic meeting was held Monday evening in the Hotel Algona, with some 30 members and their wives attending. Dr. Peters of Des Moines, president of Still College, DCS Moines, was the guest speaker. Henry Field Garden Seeds Packets, 1 oz., !•> lb., antl 1 lb. size. Mule Hybrid Seed Corn Nitrogen for Soy Beans Certified Seed Potatoes Pilot Oyster Shell Stock and Block Salt Frost Proof Cabbage Plants Full Line of SARGENT FEEDS While' Market NQ Restrictions On FURNACES Some Models Available Now Mtuiy funiliei will he enjoying toon that new pre-war quality Green Colonial Furnace they've been waiting for. HAVE YOU PLACED YOUR ORDER? 11 not, da it quickly; the demand ii heavier than the immediate iuppir •— but you'll always be glad you waited for a Green Colonial Furnace. See ui today. Whether you prefer coal, oil or gai there's • ipecially designed Green Colonial Furnace !• insure your comfort. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa BLOWERS GREEnCOLOniRL FURHflCE SFRVICf Fatal 10 400 Chicks At Bancroft A fire at the rierb Sschiltz place, Bancroft, destroyed the brooder house, stove and equipment and about 400 six-weeks old chicks, Saturday night a week ago. The fire was discovered about midnight. 75ATTANV1LAC PARTY, WEDNESD'Y Ralph Tice, Tanvilas distributor for this area, was host last Wednesday evening at a banquet and program for Tanvilac dealers in this territory, and about 75 dealers and wives attended the meeting held in the Algona Hotel. Company officials from Des Moines attended the gathering, including F. K. Chandler, Tan- vilac president. Two WHO entertainers presented a musical-dancing number, and after appropriate greetings from guests present, moving pictures were shown pertaining to the company products and their use. Present in addition to company officials, Mrs. Tice, and special guests, were the following: Mr. and Mi's. Oscar Miller, Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steven, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oxley, Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Ellingston and Miss Chris- lenson, Bode; J. C. Recker, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reid, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Clough, Somers; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert, Algona. Mr. .and Mrs. ' Herman Kollasch, Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hinders, Woden; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanford, LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Johnson, Elmorc: Mr. and Mrs. John Braklcc, Cylinder: Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Swartzendruber, Thor; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandow, Humboldt; and Harold G. Hamilton, Bancroft. NEffiMBORSPKK SICKMAN'SCflRN Seneca; ftfeignbors arid friend^ of the Jott Crtfwley feftt- il'y gath;eV6d" at the Crtfwifey farhf, Tuesday* 6f las^ w'eefc,. B'fingirVg with them' three ctti'n pickefs an'd wagons; AM fjfoce'eded .to p'i6R the Crowley cbrft. Mr. Crowley has been ill and confined to his bed' for the past seven weeks. He is now showing mdch inipfovetVtefit, arid (M rieighbetfly act helpe'd; also. Participatifvf ift the; picking bee 1 were J. W. fioilig add Donald and Gene, Francis Foley, Wayntj Lynch,, Verle Smith,- the Kleins, Caleb Hartshorn and Leo. Crow'« ley. , Mrs. B'ollif and, Mrs. Foley 1 helped prepare and serve supper to the men. Aged Bancroft Lady Dies jfcite* Friday Mrs. Catherine' Carton of Bancroft died at her home Tuesday of last week, at the age of 86. •Death was due to the complications of old age. Funeral services were held Friday morning at St. John's Catholic church, with Rev. J. H. Schultes reading the mass at 10 a. m. services. Burial was in St. John's cemetery. . . Surviving are one brother, John, at Garvin. Minn., and two sisters Mrs. I. F. Engesser and Mrs..N. J. Merrill, both of Bancroft. WA1VT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! Geo. Blackford Dies Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison releived a telegram today from Ross Blackford of -Memphis, Tenn., stating that his uncle, George Blackford, had passed away and that funeral services were held Tuesday at Memphis and burial would be made in Algona, Wednesday with grave, side services. To Pick State Award Dr. C. C. Shierk, Algona, has been named as one of a state committee of the Junior Chamber of Commerce to name the 1945 winner of the distinguished service award, presented annually by the state organization. CASUALLY YOURS Center-Seam Style * JESTERS Brown and White Saddle OXFORDS Brown Antiqued Leather * LOAFERS Designed for style-right appeal; built for healthful foot comfort, Sizes 4 to 9: widtlu to C. See Us For— Maytag Washers and Ironers Frigidaire Refrigerators and Electric Ranges Console Radios Combination Radio and Record Players G Tube Mantle Radios Electric Fans—8-10-12-14 inch Table and Floor Models All Steel Garden Plow Complete with attachments, $12.95 Stokermatic Coal Stokers 40,000 BTU Oil Burners, $39.95 SERVICE ON ALL MARES Of WASHING MACHINES AND REFRIGERATORS Wringer Rolls for All Makes of Washing Machines —Can Be Made While You Wait. Ask for a Free Sample of 0t»r 25 lb. Pail Soap. Good soap. Sturdy pail. CRILLY Phone 399 State and ' tit^fe 'fill" Lfeo' JfaSfettlRe, 6i ivfts. .Walter Paufeti: < Mdntfffy ittdrntng at-Sit6-.f6ll?Wlt*# a J'e«|tny MMessf .Sh^'hrtd hefr'iii'St stroke' last August attd Htfd ttfhliirs' since,"*', Furierat s*P*ifieS '^Hl' B'e field Wedh^fed^y at 1:30 a't the;Faulsticli hom&'and at 2:60" o' ,at the trinity" ttitheran church. ... &i City 6trt is.fd ptirtvp; ; . As -a CityV wnfcW fM's " n'ad ' i Is troubles* these, past few hris detided'-fKat the way City /^ate .,.. , t6wn' * council ftew oYie, Wed- of last weeK'.: . A tefrtpo'rafy instflllatiort, is ;at preset furriishiftg ati adequate supply of city WsJtef, But Wo ffroyi- siftft Has b;eerl .rtMe" tfs ygi fdr^an emefd'ency well. . The' standby 1 well is agSm sahdlcickM> i Soroptimists City tight C. tl. Poliai'd, superintendent of the city light and .water plant, was a guest of 'the Soroptimist club Wednesday noon, following the luhcKaon at the Hotel Algona, Mr. Pollatd took the grbup on a tour of the* new light plant; Rut>h' Ann Spear is the honorary Soroptimist this month- and attended her first meeting. ; __,..,. LAY DOWN YOUH Advance or U. D. M. subscription' statement arid forget if. The pa- pets are stopped now if not paid in advance. e»uh Smart for theyMhg iiridrt Ar£s*er . 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