The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1946 · Page 6
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->'<"-{ ' PAGE SIX. FOR SALE Desirable hrirk mid hollow tile store building. Now occupied by White's Market. Well-built and in growing section of Alffhna's business district. Opportunity for business or investment buyers. Basement rents mil rxlm tn tenant "'ho will stay. Look it over. Price: $14,000. See .TOItt, IM. IIERnST ItraMor ATTOUNKYS AT LAW W. B. QtlAKTON H. W. iMILLEJl ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office iu Siiw>'er I'.uilding Office Ph'diio 427 ALGONA. IOWA HUTCHISON & IUITCIIISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. HuU'hisun ( l!-Hi2-H)38) <»Don;il(l (.'. Hutchison Thenclorn C. Hutchison Security Slate Hunk Ijiiilcling Phone 251 Algona, lowc r Gaylorrl D. Shmmvay Edw. D. Kelly Hardld F. Fristcdt SIIUMWAY, KFLLY & FRISTED'I ATTORNKYS AT LAW Office in Ihilciii.son Uldg. Plionc 511 AU;nna, Iowa LINNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Pilul. Ins. Blclg. Algona, Iowa Phone 26 L. A. \VI\KKL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hulohiriun Duilding Phone 180 Algona. Iowa .1. I). LO'.VK ATTOFiNKY AT LAW Rooms 212-21-1 Kirs! Nat'l Bk Bldg Phone 2!!T Al.:;nna, Iowa E. -T. VAN NESS Lav.' Offices E. .1. Van Ness DVlla Walter 2nd Flucr >,'ew Ii(>ise Building Al.uona, Iowa HAROLD J. McNERTNEY LAWYER Offic-e in Huiehinscin Blclg. Phone 354 Alffona, Iowa PHYSICIANS ,t SURGEONS C. II. CitKT/SIKYKR. M. D. Phono -1-14-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in ,)o;in Ga'bra ; lh Blclg. M! LVIN O. BOTTRNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Phone—Ol'l'ice I! 17 Res. 191 Across from F. S. Norton & Son DK. IIOBERT W. LEE Physician and Surgeon Sawyer Bldg. • Office Phone 127 Res. 827 JOHN N. KKNFFICK, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Over .tames Dnu: — Phone 300 Residence Phone 3'JG DENTISTS A. J. MASON'. Dentist Office nv:-r .!:i:ne;; Dru;; Store PhoiK' Office ;>!) Residence !159 \IAl!!. R. DKNTIST Office in iCcw Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Tics. Phono 11G I)R. .1. P. IIKRRICr n.'INTIST Ror>ts:;. l.'i and 15 Hrmgarri i-. Pelej-son Bldg. Office Phone ;.) Residence 569 OPTO:viKT7uf?T A. \V. AMIJNSON , Ofl'iec—•liDi-c'liardl Bldg. Kycs J'.xamincd Ties. Phone -130 MISCELLANEOUS ANTON:: c. JOHNSON (Burpee Agency) District Agent Norlh'.'/e.-tern Mutual Life Algona, Iowa Phone Gufi Res. 173 WAI/I'EPi L. KKIESNER Auto Fire Hail Life State Farm Insurance Companies 720 So. Minn. Phone 746 EMMETSBURir; PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Fanner.-; and Stockmen with a sound basis fur credit. Rale -1 ','•;. Part time o-'Tff, Friday 1 to 4 p. m., Nation,-;! Fjrrn Loan Ass'n Office ',- Bliuk South of Council Oak Store. "BETTER QUALITY" "QU1CKCT SERWCr HEADQUARTERS for JH<t<le-\to-Order RUBBER STAMPS Your orders will b« filled promptly and efficiently ORDER NOW! Algona Uimer Dpn M<il»f» The Algona Newspapers furnish employment and provide a means of livelihood for 10' families in Algona . . . the printing and publishing industry in Algona 'deserves constant support. ttf«m ALGOM \ THS MOVIS fTAK, TRAINS!) fOK THE MINISTRY BSFOKE Bf<OMIN6 is txs tia/nt o* a TOHH ,SOUTH DAKOTA... .8KOOKS.18., OF CHICHGO, ILLINOIS, ALLOWS HI! 100 PST LliAKDS THf RUN OF HIS The. 'THAT LASTED A//Nt HOURS-.WITH Team MAKING SUBSTITUTION-FARM OF BKISTOL.OHIO, FtiJALLV BEAT SKIE HI6H SCHOOL. t-O / ALGONA GOLFERS PAIRED TO BATTLE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP With five scores of 39 turned in for the Algona Country club's championship tourney, pairings for the championship and other flights were posted Sunday by the tournament committee. Play is not to start until after the Dutch Lunch, Aug. 8, and the first round is to be played by Aug. 15. Pairings for the championship flight, with the qualifying scores, follow.: Bob Williams (39) vs. Craig Smith (42). Don Smith Jr. (39 vs. Francis Bunting (43). Ralph Miller (39) vs. Bob Reed (43). Gene Murtagh (42) vs. Jim Murtagh (43). Don Smith Sr. (39) vs. Bob Harrington (42). Julie Chrischilles (41) vs. Bud Morck (43). John Kirk (39 vs. Al Buchanan (43). Joe Lowe (42) vs. Gordon Truesdale (43). First Flight Wayne Allen vs. Joe Lynch Sr. Russel Buchanan vs. Al Borchardt. Ted Chrischilles vs. Mel Griffin. Joe Lynch Jr. vs. Hi White Second Flight Bill Fuller vs. Frank Motilton. Karl Hoffman vs. Clair Blossom. Jim Reed vs. Ralph Dieckmann. Jerry Allen vs. Paul Seeley. Third Flight Paul TrumbuJl vs| Lloyd Robinson. Josh Blossom vs. W. A. Lor- ITIZ. iMilton Dahl vs. Wes Bartlett. Clayton Porcival vs. Russ Waller. Fourth Flight Bill Sharp vs. Ed Wittkopf. A. W. Amunson vs. W. A. Foster. L. W. Smith vs. Lloyd Rouze. Ray Beamish vs. W. McGrew. Fifth Flight Harold Blinkman vs. Gordon Schmidt. Melvin Miner vs. C. Owens. Bill Giossi vs. G. Irelan. Dick Post vs. Dr. Myers. The tournament committee, Bob Williams and Al Buchanan, have arranged appropriate awards for winners in all flights. Championship flight matches will be 18 holes, the remainder will be nine, match play. Tiny Girl Burned At Ledyard Home The small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Steinberg was seriously burned, at their Led- vurd home, recently, while Mrs. Steinberg was dressing a chicken. A group of neighbor children were watching. Mrs. Steinberg had to go into the house to turn off her oven and left one of the children holding the chicken. What happened is not known, but her daughter, age 2'i, fell into the hot water and was badly burned on the hips and legs, having fallen backward into the water. She is improving slowly. Towpsend Meeting— The Algona Townsend Club No. 1 held its regular meeting Tuesday evening, July 30. The group voted to send a .birthday, card to Daddy Boyce of Keokuk, who will 'be 93 years p(rl on August 18. Mr. Boyce had been voted Townsend Dad at one of the state conventions. Mrs. Jay Let>son of Cedar Falls is the official Townsend 'Mother for the state ot Iowa. The gift subscription of the Townsend W«eK'y was drawn by Mrs. Minnie C. Jones. Mrs. Cora Holdren and Mrs. Mrs. Margaret Haujbach were appointed as program chairmen for the meeting,of August 13. Mr. and Mrs. William Carney ijijll be serving hosts at that iim£. It was announced, (hat the sewing club would meet on Monday afternoon. August 5, with Mrs. Marie Pedersen serving. Also on Tuesday afternoon a benefit card party will be sponsored by Mrs. Frieda Willey and Mrs. Helen Richardson to which the public is invited. Bowling Meeting Set For August 13 There will be a''meeting, Tuesday evening, Aug. 13, of all team managers, sponsors and anyone else interested in pains for organization of a bowling league, in the office of Dr. R. L. Ttiis- sen, S. & L. building. The meeting will start at 9 p. Yn. Last year the Kossuth League had 10 teams. FILES FOR DIVORCE SECOND TIME A second divorce is being sought by Gladys Peterson, Algona, from Harold Peterson charging cruel and inhumar treatment and the breaking of a promise to reform, given by the defendant in 1944 after the couple remarried. The planiliff states that they were previously divorced in 1943 but remarried after smoothing things out. However, the petition says, the defendant has again taken to drink and a. separation is necessary. There are three children, six, five and one, and a writ of attachment Was issued by Judge G. W. Stillman, Thursday, giving the plaintiff temporary custody of the children, and attaching some property of the 'defendant. . .."•,. 2 Whittemore Men Hur-t In Accidents Whittemore: Leo Elbcrt had the misfortune to fracture a bone in his heel when he jumped from a straw stack al his farm Friday evening. Mr. Elbert was topping out the slack when he noticed that it was sliding towards the machine ;>nd to avoid hitting a traclor which was near he jumped the opposite way, hilling the hard ground and causing the fracture. Edward Greincrt ruptured an artery in his leg Thursday when he stepped from a grain wagon, missing the rim of the wheel and striking the hub at the Elmer Greincrt farm, where he was helping thresh. John Ferguson, Vet, In Norton Employ John G. Ferguson, an ex-service man, has joined the F. S. Norton & Son organization arid will assist in the office, effective August 1. John is a son of Mrs. Hortense S. Ferguson, and was born and raised in Algona. Prior lo joining Ihe navy, where he served two years, he managed a yard at Martensdale, la., south of Des Moines. He is married and has'a baby daughter three weeks old. He plans on moving his family here as soon as he can find an available home or apartment. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS THE NAME TO REMEMBER CARGILL POO FOOD /NOURISHING /ECONOMICAL /EASY TO FIX FITCH FEED STORE Block South Milwaukee Depot NEWMANAGER'AT HOTEL 'AKONA - Wijlard i,, Owens, is. the, hew manager ,df i>tne Hotel, Algona,; effective (.Mttfiday. .fle,,su'ci;e«dB Gordon Truesdafe, manager here for the past few months. ^Trues^ dale recently,,resigned,as manager. Owens is also a w ; ar veteran, having served overseas in the 34th .infantry division, .serving in Africa, -Sicily, Italy and on n Anzio- beachhead. He .resided,fit .Storm Lake Before the war. He has been in the hotel business-,011 his life, starting as, bellboy and later becoming a (jlef-k. Mr. Owens' is married,.and he and his wife think .Algona is v thou* doubt one of the greatest of Iowa's .,cities,;^and , a, real garden spot. Bode Flower Show Bode: < Bdde's •• annual i 'Flower Show.was,held last Friday,, with n large.display of various garden flowers. Mrs. Andy Olson received. ;first in large . zinnias, >Mrs. ;Harpld Skaugstad was winner .of tw6 firsts, one-in the fringed'yariety of zinnias and one;in snap dragons. ,Mrs..A. H. '.Hanson won first in gladiolus. . "Don Graves of the;.^orticulture department of Ipw'a'State, college gave a talk on, flo.wers; ia'ndalso served oh the',judging.-comrhitete. At Aug. Union: The jflusy Bee *ju1j met with i flertt vAfldfeason. kst Friday afternoon. A shower was tendered Mrs. -'Ntnri Taylor 1 , whose home was destroyed by fire some time ,ago. A • large group attended. She. received many lovely things. The next meeting will be August 16 with Jessie Miller. It will be a centennial meeting. Members are requested to bring something old or describe some incident, pertaining to the olden days. On Surprise Visit Mr. and Mrs. , Lester Weber and son of Robert City, 111., and a Miss Frieda .Wnld of' Kankakee, 111., . came Saturday morning for a surprise visit with,Mrs. Weber's cousin, Walter Heerdt. It had been several, yoars; since they had .spell each other. They ri-e enf')iue to-th* west coast. Picnic., at Kitterman's A group of Good Hope people enjoyed' i< picnic dinner . Sun 1 day at the Rev. and Mrs. Kitterman cottage at Lake Okoboji. : Included were Mr. and • Mrs. Roy Sarchet, Letty, Betty and Dick; Mrs. Walter Weisbrod; Al- jdrn Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Knolls, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinspn. In Saddle Club Show F.rank and "Billy" . JenkinsonJ, and Rdfeert ttodds spent Suttday" practicing ,wlth'the,; .Saddle Club trt Ssnefa. Thm are tbihg tti take paw jfi ths saddM club ae* tlvlties the .last day of the county fair. [MfS. L, C. Mit.chell and sort Norman of Chicago cftme Mon- Mrs.' i; Oueh.t}n; l B)u8tr l om i and oth r er relatives. Ralph Mbert has accepted a Moft as: foreman,of,,thf " wi ^Motof 15o. T (fad feepff' duties Mo^ay. Mf. ftfld 'bert arid their twin Sorts mov.etl batk W AlgOhB last '—'- -'"" "-* how ocpiipying .,<jne hart apattments., yji .il^een igone fromiAJfto&a'jS iWTS.^w,, -^.Litiojag,, Of, ;ttufiitf»ldt is spending^some-tiifie with het* daughter v vMrs. , ;fjoy .Adjms. Guests,,at 'the \Adams ,home. Sun'"day ware -Mr. , and < Mrs. C. C. Knpll,of,,Q>lmore -Glty and Mr!, andvMrfi.-.SterIing.;Knoll of> Hutti- •bolfli. ' . Guests; at-1 the Garrnan Adam^j year's of Irvjngton. _._._ jrg as.,the former ;R^chael: ^Becker. tyr. , and \$Sis. ,;,Quentin tBjus- troni ,and >familv were -Sunday dinner..guests ,pf"<Quentin's, parr ents -iri-Algona,' Mr. and- MrSi-A. C.. .Bjustrom. . Mr. and Mra. .Andrew God- fredserr spent* .Sunday at Britt with Mrs.. CJodfredsen's daughter Mrs. J. F.'Lindstrum and family and brought <• back her granddaughter Betty Ann. Dick Godfrcdsen went to Rochester Monday to visit his mother.-Mrs. .Ernest Gpdfredsen, who. is,a patient, there, she has been released from: the hospital hut has'a-.rpom in'a" home there and ,is ;takihg treatments to last a .coupie?bf. weeks.. -iHer address •is 315 -2nd 'ave.' Si--W;, Rochester, ca aiph was employ^--fotiayeral •s .by KosWth\$iMjOB CAAtyAbr to going to Omaha „, and Js,yw$) known in the.communltyj-Jli^wfe is the former Mflr^aret v-iHat-f greayes , Three" liteWses to wed wer& js- sued by 1 the couhty clerjt of court's office heie, during » the past few days. They went to the following July 31—Lester Cilay Boyd and Alice Virginia Olsen, Moscow, Idaho . •> Aus 2—^Donald R^, iRngstrom and Norma A Vpyles, Algdriat Aug. 3 — Marvm} Stenstrum and Donna Olene, lyiinneapolis wedding invItaliorM ;,and announcements at the Algona Upper iDes; Moines, * At> .... pih'ef^d at" tftl M^yer home < Sunday, if td JSeltiiMfs. Mayer cek_- .-.. *£t blrthaay. .ilPresept were Mr. Iftd' MtL -i-Hefit-y Jchultz, 4 Mfc* 6nd Mrs. George Meyer, attd Mf,and, Mrs, .Herman Voigt^Mh, aftfl Mrs. .Arthur (jHeidenwith. Mr.-. «rid Mts.i Ernie .Meyer, and Mr., in'diMi-st i Alfred Meyer and s6h , 3ayle, ,of ,,WWUem6re, Mr.- and Mrs. .Elmer Ruhnke, Hodman', itjd Mr,, ; and MVs',, Alfred (.Boutin " rfarnily of 'D|epew. ' " n '' • i Janice Yohs daughter ot.Mti and Mrs. Carl Vofis/ WesrSeM,; ,16ft Saturday if rom, Algona for Chicago where fche will join a gr'olif) of her RBppa,Sj{fma, sorority sisters arid feo to Torohto, Canada, f6r a national Kappa Sigma convention. jBhe represents Alpha • fip$lU>n chapter at Iowa- Stale college of which she is "president The contention will 'be held at the ROyal Hotel .f rom . Aucius't. 5 to 8. ,Sylvia Gunn. Improves ' Word from . Mrs. Sylvia .Gunn. gives the , information that , she ;. .Was .operated on July 1 ' 23 .in .a". Chicago hospital a>day or so.af- ,ter she had planned to return to. Algona following a visit ;With^ hjB'r daughter 'and • faniiJy.;-^ Shie' was serjously ill,'., btit;. is reco vers- ing as well as.'can.^be' eXp'ectld idnd plans to .Jbe'ihome th'e'last of tpis laortth'. '.;''/'•',' '.',':'.;•.. ?,V', 'Aba j- • "j^mxm&', CAN and SAVE Seal All Lids Mason Jars, 2 qt. Mason? Jars, 1 qt. r 50x21 Beg.? L Priee$2 <t i [, ,.,/, Masori^Jar Caps, complete (Jelly Glasses, 1-3 pt., squat type .Jelly. Glasses, ] /a pt., type . . Narrow Mouth Lids These tubes are all G.,R. S.4ype only. (9) SHAVE,CREAM (19); 440-450-21.;Reff, ?2.49 , (8); 7i , Clearance -Price .v.$l.l9 Our regv.low price,, 39c 15 oz. jar. BruslOess (4) 475-5,00-19, Res,. $2.70 Clearance Price f 1.69 RAZQR3LAPPS Qur reg. low., price, 15c. Genuine Swedlsh/steel. , of 5 Figures shown .thus .(6). aui>ntity on hand. On Milking Marines O) Magical Paint, gal :.'.,.:.! :$1;19 ,. ' , , ," • '; .• Interior^ Glo8^,9k^ar4|^. ,$1.39 '" ' $11930 VISIBLE —. S<se.b»w . I the cow is raillciue. DIRECT — Milks rectly into shipping can. Precision life. PROVEN on thousands, 0t fet Frltndly Stert

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