The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1946 · Page 13
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, JULY I), 104(5 MEMOREWINS tJtiS Whittemore's baseball team • made the Whittemore Fourth of j'July celebration a huge success by downing the Algona K. • Gi , .team, o to 1, in t r contest piay.a'd before a largo cre-vy'd 'at W u!rtai ' •• jmore last Thursday ?lt " ' J " "' fifth inning sewed up the gatrie for Whitterndfe. ' Watts ,of iAlgorm harl in'the viator si half, • the Whittemore club ' cros?ed borne plate -lot $ve - tallies. in their ttaii•:• of .the fhjhing; Rooney' Hits ftip\<i V. Saltz flied out to open the Whittemore half of thb second, but Lane reached first on Winkel's error. Ruhnke struck out, . .o.ut ,a, trjple ^rt ; .and tt. 0 itt. ' Voigt on ; \W4tls''.•. error, B. R. MeAKLISTER A Igona '.District Manager For 1 ho Maccabees-Life Ins. Society • LEADS THE ENTtllE STATE for Mrtnth of June with $53,100 OF-NEW BUSINESS PRODUCTION with two runs scoririg. Pish singled to send home two inorb runs. In the third, Whittemore tallied again. V. Saltz reached first on an error, Lane singled, an& Medin's single scordd flnotheV run before the side was retired!. For Algona it was a bad da& in the field;, as five errors in th,t first four innings were disas j trous. ' , Ruhnke- Steady Hurler Ruhnke, hurling for Whitt^ more, held 'a steady pact, granting only four hits, while his team played errorless ball. The box score: •Alooria (1) AB. R. H. G. Wi'rikcl, 3b 30 6 Bradley, c ^ 3 0 .0 D. Winkcl, Ib 4 0 Q Froehlich, ss 4 0 0 Watts, 2b 21 1 Winters, rf _—^^._. 4 0 I Kajew'ski, cf-p 201 Quinn, If _.' 3 0 1 Bergc, p _.. 1 0 0 Gil-bride, K 200 28 1 WJiiJtemore (6) AB. R. Voigt, R;; '3b 4 1 Fish, cf 4 0 C. Saltz, c — 4 0 V. Saltz, 1b — 3 1 Lane, ss 4 1 Ruhnke, p 4 0 Ffooney, rf *. 4 1 Medin, If 4 1 H. Voigt, rf 8 1 34 6 8 evening: ----^reVi,! president; ah'hson, vice' presi- jgion Elects, Burt Bu.rly 'Tb'e' jfoUow'itJg qfiftcers were'installed at Ihe'Legion Auxiliary ' '""'• "• - M/g.. J Mrs. deftt; 'Mrp.. O.'ft Graham, secretary ;.'»Mrs,-<Tpm .Trqnary, treasurer; Mr$. W, :W., B.oettcher, sgt,-at- arms;,'Mrg. J.-iL. MiJler, chaiplain; Mrs. G. P. Hawcolt. . The American Legion elee.ted the following officers at its meeting: Wallace P, : liawcott, com- mandei-,' O..'H. Graham, vice com' ; mander; Richard Potter, adjutant; and iW. J. Lockwood, finance. .The new commander and adjuta.nl ,are veterans of World War, II. Many Lone Rockers At Okobojis, Fourth Lone Rock: Many from Lone Rock spent Thursday the Fourth at Lake Okoboji. Among thos6 present were: The Ernest Jensert family, the Andrew Thomsen family, the W,. J. Flaig family and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jensen and Donald, Delilah and Virginia Marlow, Laura Radig, Willard Ohm, Don Bierstedt, Charles Hawks, Margaret DeLong, Beulah Montgomery, Sari- foi;d Mitchell, Willard Quinn and Lester Schultz. We have canning. ,i'.(fe> the latest and best- equipment- for- home "fike"WWW used to make" If you get canning "You'inte sure' Vf^.'je1llss;"-Iams7"Ri ! e>erves^ ? neecrrfi'e?5'; ' ,-*?.-,..„. «•,' Tin Can SEALER Seal cans perfectly with this efficient device- Built for. wear- easy to operate. $15.50 Food CflOPBER •Heavily tinned all-purriose food choprlbr.'Easy io, operate. Complete with 3 keen steel knives. FT. Council j^t Fentpn To Gravel Streets F.enton:. The town council met Tuesday, .night. Three touilcting permits wpre issued: To Weber Yager to. rerriodel.his porch, to Mrs.- Lizzie Shbtt to move a small bouse to the lot where her former.: house stood, and to SKelby Weisbrpd to live in his trailer house. 'The city, is .also buying gravel to repair the streets, and they Ijave. promise of ne'w water mains. ALGONA ffiWA Swea City Lions To Boost Bus tie-Up Swea City: A delegation from the Swea City Lions club will at•tend the hearing at Clarion July 11 before the Iowa State Commerce Commission. The local group will testify in favor of. the Winnob'ago Bus Lines Inc., concerning the proposed extonsion of that company's service to include connections to DCS Moines. Members of the group will be Ray Smith, A. H. Schuler, Cecil Thoreso,n.j«-W. C, Guyer nncl Raul Becker. Mavor Eggers and other town nficials.also plan to attend. Seeing The Far East Harold J. Palmer, torpodoman second class, 1415 East State St., Algona, Iowa, is serving aboard the destroyer UUU Blue, Which has returned to Guam after a cruise • throtigh Asiatic waters ,with taste force 77 of the 7lh Fleet. The ship visited Manila, Okinawa, Shanghai, and Tsing- tao, China. Edmuund Walsh Is Honoree e : Rock: "Ehii.frsday evening guests at the home' ;of Mr. and Mrs. Hugih Walsh; iri'thotior of .their son Edmund's 20th birthday, were Mr. and Mfs. 'Bernard QDpnnell and girls! Mr.' andi Mrs. Leo Nurre, Mr. arid Mrs. James She.llingtorv and Missi' Delores Schiltz, the latter three- co'dple of Bancroft. ' i • ' Bode Veteran Home ; Ji ' ,' 'Bode: Ensign Sfariton, 'N. Olson, son of Mr. and .Mr/3., Andy Olson, is spending his terminal leave .at his home. Upon its expiration on July 13 he will be released to inactive duty in the U. S. Naval Reserve. •; On,,Bpmb Test Ship Bode: Clarence Olson S 2-c, son ot ,. Clarence Olson Sr., was in the vicinity of the Bikini -on the U. S. S. battleship, Appalachian, July 1, at the atomic bomb '• Tf- Ledyard Bank Has Its Annual Meeting Ledyard: The annual bank meeting of the State Bank of Ledyard was held Tuesday afternoon at the bank. All of the present officers were re-elected, namely: Mrs. Gertrude Wiemer, president; ; W. E. Carlson and E. T. Halyo'rson, Vice presidents; W. E. Wiemer, cashier; directors, W. E. Carlson,' W. : E.' Wiemer, D; A. Carpenter, Herman Goetz, Mrs. Estella'Wierner, E. T. Halvorson and Mrs: 'Gertrude Wiemer. Mrs. Estella Wiemer of Hollywood, Calif., who is spending some li ; me' at her summer home in Okoboji, was here for the test. School Budget At ' is $56,000 Swea'City: The Swea City Consolidated school will hold its annual hearing on the proposed budget Wednesday, July 17. Of the $56,000 budget, $47,000 is to be raised by taxation. Construction of a new bus barn is being xiiscussed.^as the present structure, dirigih'ally built for horse- drawn busses, is inadequate for" the four, ditrict-owned : motor busses.' —'.'.'.' J. J. Andqrson was elected sec: retary oft the board t * ^ t * L *• '*.• • TIN CANS . • -' i The same (rood cans at the same old price. 100 CANS --Pyrex BOWL SETS Three bo\yls ii^ assorted sizes. 95c BURPEE HOT LIFT TIQNGS Every home should haye several pairs of this handy tool, KNIVES ' blades. Well tde handles. ., - STRAINERS •" , '• H ^ '• One .of the hard to get items, but we have,them in the large size- 30c FRU^T JfAR » t t Made ofcheat proof glass. No , ICAN OPENER Syncro-eeared,. it fastens to the Sy to use. •'' NECESSITIES ^ Jar Ml^er, Ja.? Drench and jar holder,' Set of three, PRESSURE COOKERS For canning the modem, quick way use this pressure cooker. Heavy plate aluminum. Safer, easier to clean. Inner rack holds jl cans or glass jars.- 7qt size $19,90;; $22,90 CANNING KETTLE . C-qt. gleaming white kettle with oovcr. Sturdy cadmium-plated bail' has wooden handle, ; -< PRESTO JUR^Qil PRESSURE COOKERS Ba«I$ again and more ed and effident,, than before. Saves timft Jj» joking. • Presto $12,50 ; Mirro.M?»«c $13,95 I MANY OTHER O<PIkendable Delivery—Ju§t Bhone ami W«'U Do the Best, / Wagon boxes, i Wagotis. Waterers. Sweep Rakes. ~ lowers. /Pump ; frying lyiacljines. < ks? . ' '""" .^acks. Sep.arato!i:s. Hammernuljs and'; Stackers. |Pi.ekjj,i»;'i' anl Jeltsl Man re Loaders and We Have ThejFamous 2-4D WEEDONE WEED KILLER -Mower. Wagon and box. Tires. Chains. Steel Wheels. «r. .^Pickup Allis-Chalni Hammermills>( .Manure Load- rs—JDliver^—NQW Idea i'> Viii<|-» f.i'. • jssejr-Harris,^. Phohe;;tl4 IfC» Erompt Service Qn ' Below is ail "Ad" Publishedin the Local,.Paper:iti,l-.80B/-byfft'& : NorlDn- In, SalUtlngr.Iowa's100th CentenHial^ye Reprint It. See that Coal? Norton sells it. Carries a stock of coal at the lumber yard, a yory handy, place for, farmers to get, their coal -We also, havA sheds at the'-Northwestern depot, where we carry , • A Large Stock of Both Hard and Soft Coal Call at the lumber yard, and if we have, not got/what, you, want there, we, will send a man with you to our Northwestern sheds, where we can surely please you. Scales at both places. Coal delivered to all parts of-the ci.ty. Orders given prompt attention. :<We do not expect to sell much lumber at this season of the year.ybut if you do chance to want any right away, and the place to get it is •--^^amji^^a^amr-^asar THBI v^M^^ft ^*****'**Wt*'>*ii7t"' i 4iS'* c '*r.^ ^» '^w-^if• ^u *• 'ifufiffA Norton's Lu -as you will be sure to find-what you want from-$10 boards up'to the best $40,{inisb. iTheniWe have one item that you cannot afford to get along •'^without, that is We are abioUt as:"ldn|f" 8ri' these'Isi any "weaifBeroificF' r seemT ; fo'Tje on cold weather. We can't afford to carry them over, ..and ar.e therefore bound to sell them. We furnish you a GOOU STOjBM^DQjOR for 95c. If y^giu are an old customer you,will know wherei toj^ind i^s, and if a new one we invite you to come and get acquainted.. • • • • ... ..• ', • , • F. S. NORTON, Algona, Iowa '. 1 Norton Was ibei'i^ A STATEMENT FROM F. S. NORTON & SON PRICE POLICY 1100%; Tie Northwestern Lumbernien!?. •Association, renreseixting 2700 re- taiUmmber aijd building material, deilecs in t the states -of. Minnesota, slowa, North and South Dakota, will? hdW ^^the line against- any- inflationary spiral in prices on lumber and building materials, according to W. •ELBadeaux, secretary. ' - A survey of the industry by the Association has clearly indicated 'that farmers, veterans and the consuming public 'in* the Northwest can nitejy assured by, the retajl lHml}tec«nd;bui/4iag : ni|iat«rial indus. / OPA^s aohaUenge.notonly (9 Hie fo<rf^}ud«n%^nt of «»r-mdiistry, but-to the patriotism of every retaiHumber and building

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