The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1946 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 23, 1946
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M f;| -.%•: .* •/: IE-FAB BUILDING Wea City: A. J. . lentiiy retired mayor of Mwa Jty, is .going Into the business 'building prerfarbrieated hous- ' t, I » H i < I < , *'i H- ...... Js- joirilhg a group, which .eludes J. A, vaux, forrner Swea |ty electrician, in the -project K Bellinghfim, 'from which place ' recently returned after a Visit. recently returned ; from firmy duty W India; ,Mr. Chris- tehsen recently sold his cafe in Swea City, and he and -Mrs. .Christensen will leave fpr, Bel- lingharp, May 1. - -. .•%•.'$$ •Netted Lakota: The Presbyterian women put on their spring supper at the church dining room, Saturday night, April 6, and cleared $97.00 for their efforts. The'w.omen sponsdfe'd the decorating of the diriihg roo'm, kitchen, etc., this; sprirt'g and ';tfe U'ooms are Very atfractive. ••'.'. ; f ;-''&•;•• Stock of Fishing Tackle in Thesle Pa^ts! 1*;. BECKER ••/.,' Iowa and Minnesota Fishing GOODS Complete 'Hue of TACKLE. Here: ate a:fcw items—4 'Brands of CATFISHrLurc, Treble and Shiitle VHooks, .Oval\.Sinkers, :Split Shot, \ All Sizes .of OTloats and Hooks for Bullhead Fishing. ''Dew Drop-In" :.•„ . ,. • . South of Kresensky's Store—Phone 720 W*^NKKiSre^J3?jrf^»^s«^|^ -?^^5 T> lT T -?SS**'-"*? *. —,>*,^.JR'. *" *~ " y^-tyfp-ff '' ••••JMiMiSinK. h'°< m«. K&mK Thank You, We don't know vvhether you can pick yourself out in the photograph or not., . but it shows a part pf the-Jcrowd of friends and customers that attended Harolds' Food Store opening. We are mighty pleased you liked our store, and the values .we are offering. We will con« tinue to supply you with the test in foods and meats-—come in andjet us serve you! I ^n MIA Ol Titonka: Sunday, April 14 the following youjig people were •confirmed at the' ftahisey Reformed church by their -pastor Rev. F. Schuttjer: . Marie Ifibben, Junior -Spear, .Irviri ' Rippentrop, Viola Miller, qhahha As'ohe, Eu- eehe ;Beenkin, jKenneth Cordes Wilbert 'Menders, and Kalherine Everding. Oh Monday '1116. class and their .pastor Went -to Mason City for a day of outing and to have their pictures 'taken. Mrs. Rieklefs ^Better Mrs., Vefcnon Rieklefs, who ha: been so seriously , ill for such a long time, is reporte'd somewhat improved .in a Mason City 'Hospital. Parejils of a Son Wednesday of last week Mr. and Mrs. Jesse.; .Harms became the proud pardnts of a bdby born at the Kossuth ^hospital. The new boy has been named David liarry. Dale iBruns" arrived <hqme last Friday evening, .having' been discharged from'the navy. • 'Mr. and' Mrs.' Andrew Peterson left last Thursday .for a visit in Chicago .and Cr'own Point, Ind. Mr.' and Mrs. 'Elmer lyiechler returned on :.|Wednesday of last week .from '(Heir trip to California. • ' v . Mr. and Mrs. Anton .Pannkuk of Carrier were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the- Carl Veer home. The John Pinks, R. L. Krantz's, Bob 'Pinks, E. M. Olsons were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott. Miss Ernestine Adamson, a student at the State Teachers college, was visiting at her parental home last Weekend. ';Herbie Callies is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Callies. Herbie is with the 'Merchant Marines. Mrs. David Roberts came from Minneapolis to spend a few days with her mother Mrs. R. C. Ball. Mrs. Roberts arrived last Wednesday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Can- are here from Des Moines visiting their parental homes. Robert has been employed in a Des Moines filling station. Mrs. Wilbur Schram went to Rockford, 111., Sunday , to meet her husband, who was due to arrive there at Camp Grant and he expected to be discharged there upon his arrival. They were to spend some time in Chicago before returning home. Mrs. J. L. Intermill and daughters Janice and Carol spejit. Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ihter- mill's parents at Buffalo , Center. Mrs. IntermiU's mother, who was 'in the hospi tal'f or ^several' weeks .. •greatly' •ihipr6vei3fP' %;=a^ti: ; v-T :••• '^ • ,: Forrest Hanson came home last week, having been discharged from the navy. He left here .some weeks ago for Cleveland and expected to > be immediately discharged, but 'he developed appendicitis at the Navy Hospital His discharge was held up until he had :fully recovered from the operation. UPPER ttfiS 1WOTNES, At.tJONA tOWA- Going To j Airs. Anna Behrends, the i6f- .me'r Anna Mae Harr of Algoifta, who'has-been working as a;clerk- typist .at 'Wright Field, Day£ori, g hio, fbr.the army, is leaVirjg'for uropd to .dp the same kind' of work "for • the war deparlmfem in Germany. ' ;: She left Dayton, Sunday, tor the .east coast, but did hot know for certain when she would sail ;for Europe. 6RNEBYHMSN0 Seneca: There is more than one way to load a hog into a chute, and the chief differences between the rjght "and . wrong ways were demonstrated .at a Seneca Farm Bureau meeting, Tuesday evening. Demonstration teams .from the Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club showed.all ways, right and wrong. ( A hog with contrary ideas is no easy Animal to handle, the boys pointed out. If he is especialy contrary, he might be backed into the chute after, having a basket placed over his head. Bobby Moore, as 'the pig, demonstrated just how, this Worked. .He would not obey the lashings qf Donald .Baldwdrt and Billy and .Tommy MoOfev but very obediently backeH^ just where the boys wante'd< : him when Perry Peterson threw- a basket over his head. • Perry Peterson reported on the recent club tour through a packing plant, and Ray Osborn, club leader, reported on the year's club work. A quiz contest on seeds was conducted by A. ,L. Brown,'county agent, and he also spoke briefly on DDT and weed control. The program was in charge of Roy. Osborn, A. E. Nelson, Henry Wilberg and Wm. Sanders. Refreshments were served by the Frank Meyers, A. J. Elsbeckers, JoeftCrowley's and O'Donnells. BLACMfifAM DONOR Prairie-Raj? 4-H Has 4 f Mfw Members The Prafrie :i?als 4-H club me at the home;and Wll ma Schmidt, IVIarch 16, at which time four new i members'joined Irene Barger .was a guest. Fourteen members answeret roll giving one <.way oi Jenfthening 'household fabrics Mrs. Wingert ; gave a talks- on glass curtains and drapes, anc Diane ICleirieter gave a talk on constructing;a'laundry bag. A health' talk was given by Wilma -Schmidt, and after the program a Junch was served. Mrs, Studer . .took V pictures of the group. The ONE Gift Mother Really Wants! ^Ifefa^v;^^ New Gar Licenses Up To 12 In Week Twelve new cars and trucks were licensed recently in Kossuth county, as the influx'of new vehicles began to be felt for the first time. Licenses for new machines went to 'the following: Chevrolets—Henry Corte, Titonka; Frank Fox, .Wesley (truck); F. S.Norton & Son, Algona (truck); Elof Pearson, Wesley; W. E. Quinn, Bancroft. '•Mereurys—Ralph Dieckmann, Algoria; Joe.Lynch, Algona; Carl . Morck, Algona.^, Vl •'-'•, . • •.- ',:.•:•:. 7 ^ord—Gordon^ Dayidsoh, -lAii Verne.-: ;••-.• . :.''•;:'" "'.'"'.'.. •, • "'' ••'• Chrysler—Dr. F. 'C. Scanlan, Algona. \ DeSoto—A. H. Schuler, Swea City. Pontiac — John Youngwirth, Wesley. Cars, Trucks .Licensed Cars and trucks licensed recently, follow: Algona Rendering Works, Chev. truck; Chris :Brandt, Titonka, Ford; K. S. Cowan, Algona, Ford station wagon; Edward .Eden, .Wesley, Ford; Carl Garrett.'Ldkota, Ford .truck; W. H. Gbdden, -Algeria, Studebaker truck; Walter Koeck- ler, Bancroft,'Ford;'arid'iLeighton Misbach, •iAigona,"'F.orcJ.' WANT 4DS •;BRINGS RESULTS! Although details of the burial here, last Wednesday, of George Emerson. Blackford, were carried in last week's Advance, additional obituary information is at hand which 'bears recording, because of the family's close connection with early Algona history. The material was prepared by Ross Blackford of St. Louis, Mo. George Emerson Blackford was 1 born in Algona, Sept. 20, 1809, younegst son of John E. and Mary M. Blackford, prominent pioneers. His father was a delegate to the presidential convention that nominated Abraham Lincoln. He had there brothers and two sisters, all of whom preceded him in death. After graduation from Algona high school, he entered the photography profession and made it his life's work, being located at Claremore, Okla., previous to his death and at Memphis, Mo., just prior to death. He passed away at Kirksville, Mo., April 14, at the age of 70. In 1912, he, with his brothers and sisters donated a beautiful tract of woodland and stream to the City of Algona, to be called Blackford Park, as a loving tribute to I/heir parerits. The park still stands, and is a popular summer picnic spot. Mr. Blackford was a member of the Presbyterian Church, which he joined In.'lSll, and held offices in the chu^fchi Rev. A. English, Presbyterian :• pastor, conducted the graves/de services here. County Meeting Of Legion At Bancroft Walter W. Engel, Kossuth county commander of the American Legion, has anounced that McKinnon Post No. 377, and the Ladies Auxiliary, of Bancroft will be hosts to a joint meeting of the Kossuth county American Legion, to be held Thursday evening, April 25th at 8 p. m. Commander Engel extends an invitation to every former service man and woman, or' every service man home on furlough or leave, lo attend this meeting. Del Elwell, eighth district commander of Denison, and George Buckwalter, eighth district vice commander of Laurens, will be the speakers. Following the meeting, : lunch served, and the balance of the evening will be spent in dancing. Helen Becker Hostess To Siyerdale 4-H Club fa Priebe, Merritt To Sportsman Show Art Priebe, county president of the Conservation League, and Leon Merritt, • .publicity ' chairman, with-thjeir^ wives, are j:going to ; Minneapolis;!; .Wednesday, to attend 'the annual Sportsman's Show, arid :to endeavor to;line : up acts and exhibits for .the 1946,: annual Kossuth Field Day. Sf. Joe: The Riverdale Rustlers 4-H club met Saturday, April 20, at the -home of Helen Becker with Betty Jane Bormann as as- assisting hostess. Eight members answered roll call. This was the first meeting since February because the club leader, Mrs. J. M. Patterson, had been ill in a Clear Lake hospital for a time. The Glub members presented her with ,a rarrtbler rose bush for Easter. The next meeting will be held on • the :18th of May at the home of Gloria Steele. Edward Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klein, left Tuesday night for Washington, D. C. Mr. .and Mrs. Ernest Gales and .family were Easter Sunday din-. nfer guests at the Ray Gales home. Darwin Hammer, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer, spent the ,Easter*weckend with his parents and family. Henry Thilges Jr. had the misfortune of spraining his ankle Sunday afternoon while practicing baseball at St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Illg and daughter were Easter Sunday guests at the Fred Illg home in St. Joe. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Frideres was baptized i Dennis Clarence, Monday, by Rev. Geo. J. Theobald in St. Joseph's church. Sponsors were Clarence Frideres and Mrs. Albert Thilges. Easter Sunday guests at the Paul Erpelding home were: the John Erpeldings of Whittemore, the Peter Bormanns, the George Bormanns, the John Bormanns, Mr. and Mrs. John Reding, Clarence and Martin Frideres, and Fidelis Thilges of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Rienald Salz of Whittemore are the parents of a seven-rpound eleven ounce girl born Tuesday at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Salz is the former Mary Faber, daugh- •ter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Faber of St. Joe. This is -the first child for the Salzes and the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Fa-; her. ) Boseball Benefit Party Tuesday Evening, Apfil 23 8:00 P.M. 20 Games—50c CASH PRIZES LUNCH ACADEMY HALL »i,.' FEED Chickens - • Ducks Plenty Of It For Everybody NUTRENA The Best Feed That Money Can Buy Day Old And Started CHICKS AVAILABLE THIS WEEK Eggs Will Be High This Fall! Special Sargent Starter, $3.95 Ed Hof Breaks Leg LuVerne: Ed Hot was taken to the'Mercy hospital in Mason City Monday where 'he received treatment lor a broken leg which he , received in an accident at his' farm home. It is reported that ho ' is getting along nicely at this writing. Falls On A Toaster Burt: . Mrs. J. H. Schroeder hurt-her. arm, one, day last week, in an unusual manner. She was .carrying 1 avtbaster arid.:caught her. f 'A vi^ t l^ 1 ^*£^Ml;^.lL 'irvti** •'>.,.•** ?n?''-tt-_ toaster, and the. appliance cut a gash''in her arm which required six stitches to' close. , DUCK EGGS CUSTOM HATCHED Make Arrangement For A Date Soon ; REDUCED PRICES Hatches are very good quality and liveabilityisijugji . . .you can get these quality chicks at reduced after May 15, if you place your order now. ' : '"' Mealy : : >.i- f ^-~-~r*-^I-«r--~^.* BURT, IOWA PHONE58 SJWVWWMWWW^^ ~vm. CLEANER M «r i .dirt (yi(hoo» mljlng, rubbing, rln: Of Youpelj Spring Tooth Attachments for Farmall Cultivators; 1 type B 10" I.H.C. Feed Grinder; Double and Single Unit Milking Machines; Electric Cream Separators; Umbrellas; liPJck,up attachment for No. 62 Combin|; 1 No. 46 Plow Fertilizer Attachment; Tractor Wheel Weights; .Farmajl ^.,,& M. Power Take-off Attach- inentts; Electric -Pump Jack; Knife Grinder; 3, TjfP^S Hydraulic Manure Loaders; Flare Type Wagpn J9pjK^ es; Tractor Trailers; Hog Feeders; 10-38, Ilr38 and 12-36 Tractor Tires, Tubes and Rims; Pneumatic Tj-actor Seats! Horn .Hydraulic Seat Snubbers. "'" WE HAVE QNE;NEW BLOCK WITH CRANKSHAFT, PISTpNS, CAMSHAFT, COMPLETE FOR INTE^N&BJQNAL 1% T, TRUCK. ALSO CRANKSHAFT FOR IHC PICKUP, Used Form Equipment and panted, tractor tire; 4 BIJY ISfOW! ~\Ve Have Received Notice That Mattress Prices vWilji Be HIGHER on Mattresses Made After March 29 . . . We Have These at 'the "Old" Price! Get .this super-fine inattress before yqu ;fiave to pay a higher price for it! It's "like sleeping on a cloud" ... you really rest on a Sealy. Buoyant resilience through and through, froni scores pf ^pringy coils and beautiful upholstering.--In attractive, durable eovprings. ... with 9:00x36 Peere PortableiElevator, Plow; em lr«i ; luxury ^S :-KiSiW5|il V&ifS

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