The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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Tuesday, April 30, 1946
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M0« Congratulations to Taylor Implement Co* On The Opening Of Their Fine New Building! TRACTOR-OWNERS Sec The RIDE-ON-AIR AIR CUSHION The first cushions were pads- then springs—now AIR. Eliminates 85% body fatigue. Made to fit all models. AIRTRESS MIDLAND, Inc. DAVENPORT, IOWA Congratulations To The TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. on the fine new building that will enable them to give still better service to Kossuth • ., , County , FROM ; SCHISSEL MFG. CO. CHEROKEE, IOWA -Makers of- Murry Power Mower The New All-Purpose Mower You Will Be Surprised At Its Performance. STATE Ml STOPS ALL FREE PASSES IJes Moines, fa., Special: *The Iowa State Fair board today announced formal action on the long-rumored change which will eliminate passes of all kinds, effective with the opening of the Iowa Centennial State Fair this summer. The new reform in state fair admissions embraces these features: There will be no passes for general admission to the grounds. -There will be no. passes for grandstand, horse sh*ow, or other performances. No passes of any kind will even be printed. Fair officials and employes will pay their way into the exposition, just like everyone else. The decision to switch to an "everybody pays" basis was reached by the fair board after consultation with leading Iowa organizations, farm groups, and the press, and with officers of other leading fairs which adopted the policy of eliminating passes several years ago. Corn Planting Is Now Under The Gun Corn planting is next thing on the farm schedule, as small grain seeding was completed 12 days ahead of schedule, and favorable weather continues. The week's weather: Date Hi April 16 ... 63 April 17 (.03 R) 83 April 18 65 April 19 82 April 20 .___72 April '21- ..... 83 April 22 -_. .73 Soil temperature was which is ample for good germination of corn. A comparable soil temperature doesn't usually come before the latter part of May. ^ipl^'iwii^iiiipi 5 i^^^^^^j^^^^w^^w^^^w^Ww^^^^^^^^^^^^^^>^^^ ililBifJI^ 30, 1948 «1 Just • S&n f Ms ftfcltiMttti Service Mttt v (A Weekly Review iviih Ait Overseas Low 30 44 41 51 42 51 57 61.3, St. Cecelia's Church Mass Thursday: 7:00 a. m. Friday: 1:00 a. m. Saturday: 6:30 a. m. Sunday: 0:00, 8:00 and 10 a. m. Bernard Genrich Bernard GenricH, who is on terminal leave awaiting his discharge from the U. S. army, arrived homo Saturday at Lone Rock. Bernard was a graduate from Lone Rock high in 1939 and left for college in Ames that fall. He was a student "there and in the R. O. T. C. until 1 he enlisted in the army June 1942 with the expectations of graduating the next spring. His expectations were never fulfilled and with one quarter left went into active duly at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, on April 9, 1943. He-was then sent to Camp Rob'erts, Cal., for four months and then back to Ames for a short time. He then was sent to Officers' Candidate school at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and was commissioner a 2nd Lt. on the 29th of April, 1944. From there Bernard went to communication school at Fort Sill, Okla. He then/joined the 71st division at Fort Benning, Georgia and was sent overseas from New York in January, 1945, and landed in LeHavre, France. Bernard went into combat with the 7th army until they reached the Rhine, find frbJtkJhere Steyf, Austria, Whefe they the Russians, while he was with the 3rd army. THey, were then moved to Augsburg, Germany, in the army of occupation, where he received a promotion to, Isl lieutenant in Aufr, 1945* He remained in the army of oecupa* tion until he sailed fronY Le Havre, Franfce, the 4th of September, 1946. Going to Sheppard Field, fox., he was attached tb the air corps. He received his 'wings" the 2nd day of March, 1946, and left for Fort Sill, Okla. He Was then sent to Fort Sheridan, 111., where he will Deceive his final discharge May 25, 194fl. His plans for the future at the present are to return to. college at Ames and receive his Bachelor of Science and Engineering degree in Aug* ust. « MODEl "DC" ALL-PURPOSE TRACTOR 12 Models i H" MODERN ^ S PARTS Jjj .....^| PARTS g I 4b IflOOClS :-^|P^ DEPARTMENT § > - .JijP' fjjj. A Size and Type if MODERN to F/f row fan!! SHOP :::^& CCD\/ir~ H SERVICE TAYLOR Implement Company Hudson-Jones Automobile Company Iowa's Largest Motor Car Distributors Since 1909 Des Moines, Iowa Sends Hearty Congratulations to Taylor Implement Company On the Opening of Their New Building in Algona When the New Hudsons Are Here, You Will See Them at Taylors! Golf Stories Begin A Summer Series Mrs. John Kohlhaas doesn't know for sure, but it looks like a good golf season. Playing her first round, last Friday, she one- putted the first two greens, sinking shots in each case from the edge of the green. Golfing -really began to get under way, this week, with,numerous players making the rounds. Club house operations will not begin before May 1, however, with Mr. and Mrs. George Bos- weljL-•••in charge of the dining room and concessions. ;jFruits Of Spring:. Barney Allasino of Williamson carefuly tended • some tomato plants all last winter. On March 19, he reaped the award. The Allasino family enjoyed fresh, ripe tomatoes. Mr. Allasino, janitor of the Williamson school, raised the tomatoes as a pastime. . agaiii horrhalat who Safik A hew well he '#111 survey the situation to discover what he«ds eorrectlfi& aftd in the Mieahtlme Urbvlde'd a temporary jet utmrt) which in ton' hectidh wMh'^the old well is sup" plylfig Water, •', , 'r which will , 'and lartttift »f eourity Wds fblinM fiarieroft, Othcf tiSBrH^ a?6 Ringsted, f airmdnti Buffalo denier, play a 10-game members must IWS.'witiiftV * IV . ?§||ft|i|^»||tTSSaS hatro-wly ; t? 1 last week, ^;| wng using bver on him, I WAV* ACS BRINGS ItESULtS! for. . ,mile radius of towns they play ' " "' aridl'hi : liowovcr, bciftg crushed,! ftlil^ • iflinof i n . the ^ for sa. v IJpBfef Des Moin« l , We Offer Our Hearty Congratulations to the :/ np ' : 1 . ; \ .:,v ; ' ;: ', ;;; Taylor Implement Co* On the Opening oi Their ^ New Building <*, . •••^•f^*"*""*' . . •--; ^ . . , GreenbergjAuto Supplies Wholesale Distributors • Auto Parts, Supplies, Accessories Established 1915 Phone 118 Algona, Iowa I V °°5'^ ,s^> FOLKS, MEET THE I'M BILLY BEEF,AND HERE'S PETE PORKY, AND THERE'S SAM THE SADDLE HORSE, AND DOWN IN FRONT is SUSIE SrtEEP.TH BOSS WE COULD BE IN THE PAPER FROM TO TIME TO ENTERTAIN ALL ' K>D iowANs,sp^wi|l|dp£ SKIN' ace A GOOD OPENING I SPEECH. .BILLY f.'Ml It'" i |(l ! 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