The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 14, 1946
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\ 14,1 C I '•:<* Uf V (*/ »' t The Loader Yott Have Beeh Waiting The Humboldt LOADER Many Uses To Help The Farmer LOADS: Manure, beets, gravel, potatoes, cobs, cineiers ashes, baled hay, lumber, coal, boulders, concrete slabs cto. MOVES: Dirt, small buildings, feed bunks, self feeders, ' tanks, etc. . , PULLS: Pence nosts, culverts, pumps, etc, EXCAVATES; Basements, manure pits, trench silos, etc. FILLS: Ditches, washouts, cisterns, tree trunk craters, etc. Nothing above tractor—no obstructed view—no cable—no side swing. Loader will go wherever tractor can. t Lifts one ton—easy to mount. By removing 4 pins and 2 bolts, loader is easily removed. $195 AND UP F. O. B. HUMBOLDT Kossuth County Implement Store SALES—SERVICE—WIRING John Deere Farm Machinery " General Electric Appliances PHONE 850 ALGONA, IOWA HIVI Remember...the old car isn't as young as it used to be... that's why yotrshould pay particular ^attention to LUBRICATION ... HI-V-! assures positive lubrication. Champrin HNV-I Motor and Tractor Oils are refined from premium grade Mid-Continent crude,..the finest obtainable.., by a new solvent extraction process which removes carbon, . tar, asphalf^, and other gum and sludge forming elements.., without the use of harmful acids. Ease the strain on your overage motors.. ', in your car, truck or tractor.,,use the tops in Lubrication...Try Champlin HI-V-I. Available at you; friendly Champlin Service Station. CHAMPLIN REFINING COMPANY Producer;.,. Refiner«',., Distributors of P^rrpl^um Product* since 1916, ENI&, OKU, UPPER m& Harlan Papers Adopt Algona Semi-Weekly Paper Plan Algona's settif-wcekly plan of newspaper publishing, with two Independently-owned papers publishing Tuesdays ana ' Thursdays, thus affording to twlcc-a-weefc newspaper service to< reader and advertiser, h*s wort another convert. At Harlan, Iowa, effective this week, the liat-Ian News- Advertiser and the Harlan Trlbun* will begin a efr-ojferatlve publishing: setup similar to Algona's, which is now in its llth successful year. The' News-iAdvertlscr at Ifarl.m will publish Tuesdays, this ycnr, and the Tribune op Thursdays. Joint correspondents have been arranged for, and the news week will be divided between the iww Capers, .much as Is the cttse with The At- ffOha Uppftf De« Moines and KosstitH County Advance. Publishers of the fla^fan papers were in Algona some wo.eks ago> Investigating the operation methods used here, and the final result Is adoption of the same system in Harlan. In announchig the new plan, the Harlan papers had this to say: "For many years, readers and advertisers of these county papers have Voiced a, desire for a more timely picture, news and advertising service. The semi-weekly service is proving successful in other Iowa counties ... it has already been received with a great xvelcome here." LR. BASEBALL TEAM SUFFERS Lone Rock: The baseball team sufered a £-5 deeat at the hands of Graettingcr Monday, May 0, in the second round of the stats baseball tournament at Whitte- rnore. After leading all the way it was a hard f.ame to lose., May 13, the squai wil' meet Ringsted here. The typing class has one student who has reached the goal of 50 words per minute. She is Helen Sprank and has attained this record in less than one'sem- ested which is considered good if reached in two semesters. The Fenton Junior High boys came over for a baseball game on Thursday but the game had to be stopped in the second inning. Fenton was in the lead, but the locals showed up well and were full of enthusiasm. With some experience they should make a good team. "Pat" Marlow Home Harold "Pat" Marlow arrived home Wednesday from the Kossuth hospital at Algona after quite a stay there from injuries received when his tractor fell on him Easter Sunday. He is getting along nicely. Attend Veisha Day Mrs. Fred Genrich and Mary Ann Gettman are among the Lone Rockers that attended the Veisha program at Iowa State college at Ames this weekend. Mrs. Genrich is the guest of her daughter Lucille and Mary Ann guest, of Helen Jensen, a friend. Ladies Aid Society Met The Lone Rock Presbyterian Ladies Aid Society met at ;thei Lone Rock church parlors"! Thursday, May 9, with Mrs. Roy Mien- sen and Mrs. W. J. Cotton as hostesses. The regular meeting and study were held and around 56 were served lunch. Mrs. Siauder Home- Mrs. Laurenz Geitzenauer received word that her mother, Mrs. C. J. Stauder of Bancroft arrived homo Thursday from the hospital in Iowa City. Lorenz Geitzenauer and Art Priebe went to Des Moines on business Friday. John Nyman Calls Parents John C. Nyman, F. F. 3-c, called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nyman, Tuesday evening from San Diego, Calif., where he just arrived after a three-months cruise in the Pacific, having for his main ports Pearl Harbor, Guam, Philippines, and Okinawa. Donna Bales io Arrive Home Word was received here by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B, Bates, that Dorma Jean Bates will arrive home Saturday from Washington, D. C., where she has been employed by the F. B. I. for quite some time. Glenn Householder spent Wednesday in Des Moines on business. Kathryn Johannesen spent Archie and Ernie Chsmplin Station . A«lUier Oil Co,, PMributor Wednesday and Thursday even- inf at the Ole Johannesen home. Mr. and Mrs. Amey Cherland visited the Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Nelson at Lake Okoboji Sunday. Mrs. Lillie Thompson and Neva find Mrs. palph Thompson of Lu Verne spent Monday at Fort Dodge, Charles Zoller, ' recently discharged from the navy, arrived at the Fred Schultz home Tuesday for a visit. Mrs. Julius Johnson and son Junior, of LaCrosse, Wis., arrived Wednesday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Clinton Henderson, for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur of Irvington recently purchased the H. J. Rice farm two miles north and two miles east of Lone Rock. The business meeting was held and lunch was served. The netft meeting will be Thursday, May 30, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomson. Mrs. Ella Hanna and son, Bob, drove to Fairmont, Minn., Thursday and are to return Friday; They will stay with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Mackey. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Wood spent Monday at Storm Lake on business and visiting the daughter, Mrs. Forest Teachout, and new babv son at the hospital there, " Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and grandson, Gary Lee Schultz, spent Wednesday afternoon and evening visiting their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme at Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich of Hurt and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bleich of Libbey, Mont., spent Thursday evening visiting/ their daughter-sister, Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland. Mrs. Ida Tarbell of Waterloo, guest at the Alex Krueger home, spent from Saturday until Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harris and James Wa4sworth at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pettit and Mrs. Glenn Householder and baby drove to Emmetsburg Thursday to spend the day with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Edwin Howe and husband. Mrs. Dean Jergenson and son, Douglas, soent Wednesday at the narenlal Frank Flaig home. Mrs. Frank Flaig attended a luncheon at the Congregational churqh given by the Womans club at Al- pona, being the guest , of Mrs. Harvey Jergenson of Algona Wednesday. , •'/..The Junior-Senior:banquet'was held-at the Algona hotel May 3, 1946. The honored guests included the faculty, Roger Jensen, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough. After the banquet everyone spent the evening at th" Call theatre. The Lone Rock 4-H club met at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Ralph Thompson Thursday evening with around 17 present and their leader Jack Quinh. A, L. Brown of Algona was among the visitors. Rita Hurlburt gave a talk. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth and children and Mrs. James Wadsworth of Armstrong spent Wednesday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott. Her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Treptow of Oelwein and two pirls were Monday dinner guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Madsen of Rinpstqcl spent Tuesday afternoon and were supper guests •there. .... ,.; , MV. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard spent Sunday visiting their son Mr.'and Mrs, Don Blariohterel'and family at Plymouth. Theite ; 6ther sons, Mr. and'- Mrs. Gordon Blanchard and daughter Barbara of Nora Springs . and Eugene Blarichara of Onawa, and .'also Miss Nancy Drown of Des Moines were also guests at the Don Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Norland and two children of Fenton have moved into the recently completed tenant house on the Edw, Blanchard farm. Mr. Norland, an ex-service man. has been employed by Mr. Blnnchard this sonns*. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchnrd spent from Tuesday till Thursday visiting at the home of a cousin, Mr. and Mrs Wm. White at Renwick. Miss Bernice Olson was pleasantly surprised on her birthday 'May 1 when several of her •friends came and spent the afternoon with her, bringing refreshments which were served in the late afternoon. GEORGE'S FORMER RESIDENT OF SENECA PASSES Swea City: George Blanck, 51, of Charles City, died at his home there on May 6 after three years illness. His wife, the former Hazel Gideon of Seneca, survives, together with Jive daughters, one son, and one granddaughter. Funeral services were held at Charles City at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, after which the body was taken to Fairmont where final rites were held in the afternoon Burial was made in Lakeside cemetery. tMr, Blanck had been employed by the Olifer corporation's farm implement manufacturinj? plant in Charles City until his health failed. The Gideon family ffirmed on section five, Seneca township, for many years. Return fat Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Scnaler* daughters Patricia Ann ami Satt- dra Lee, former Swea Cityans- now living in Chicago, arrived Friday morning to visit the Henry and Armand Schulers. Lyle, who is foreman in a Montgomery Wafd puint factory, is taking an enforced vacation because of a strike 1 of the plant's employees. Accompaft-- ing them from Chicago was MrsV Eva Ackerson, who formerly op- crated a coffee shop here'. She 'Will visit with her mother Mrs. John" Zufall at Eimore. Undergoes Operation— Mrs. Charles Faugust underwent an operation for appendicitis at a Fairmont hospital last Monday, She is making satisfactory recovery at this writing. Esther Charlotte Smith spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Smith. She has ac- cepted a contract for a* as vocal mtrsfc supervise in Charles Crty public scftb>& arid plans to spend a part 61 the itum-a mer 'at Some. ' • Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Treat ,and' son Max of Bfalnerd, .[Mini*.,' and Mrs. Ed Van WisSman.of. Bevetly, Hills, Calf-., were guests over Mothers day weekend af the parental Francis Treat home. The Floyd ft eats, fofmar Swe-a Cityans* who 1 recently purchased a summer eattrp on Pine lake near Braihard. will remain Until the lattei 4 part of this week so as to take their daughter Shiriey Lee to thei? rte\v home. Shirley Lee has 'been' making her Frome with her grandparents white completing hef so»ho> more- year in the? Swea City high school. 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