The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1946 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO_ DES Get Licenses Here R&gjstpatibrt'.ot 14= new cars or trucks at the Kossuth courthouse in the past week LicSnaes for new vehicles were issued; to. the- fallowing: Chevrolets—Harry Cutler, Algorta (fciakuB); R; 8, Sherry, Al;! Metropolitan. Ii.ife< Algona; Donal'd Wlese, Algona. Studebakers — John Drew, Swea City; Hugo Miner, Eimoi.., MJnn. (pickup). F6r.d.«p-H» R. Gibson, Al^np-- W'.trnld Gramensv Fcnton; M. P. Haggard, Algona; Swift & Co., Algonn (truck); Fred T'imm, Algona; Robert Wood, Irvington. Plymouth—Russell Hutchins, Algontii IJoclgo—Charles Price, Wesley. D Pi NO. 15 OF A CENTENNIAL VF,AU SERIES The Farmers of Kossuth County Herman E. Plathe One of Kossuth's 'show- place farms' is the Plathc place just a couple of miles south of Irvington. Over a period of 36 years, the Plathcs have developed it not only into one of Iowa's fine farms, but the surrounding grounds and gardens have the charm of well-kept city residences. The Plathe farm consists of some 320 acres, 160 of which is planted to seed corn for Pioneer. About 250 head of hogs are raised each year. On the home place, Milford Plathe, a son, has just completed 1 a brand-new home for his own family. Milford, incidentally, is one of our "Flying Farmers", having his own plane. South of the home place lives a daughter .Mrs. Ted Hilbert, where her husband, Ted llilbert, farms 240 acres. We must mention, too, the Plathe grandchildren— about as healthy and-happy a brood as we've seen. On the day we visited the farm, they kept Grandma and Grandpa pretty occupied, but one could see that Grandpa Plathe took a lot of pride in those youngsters. IOWA FACTS 108,000 trucks are owned in Iowa—one for every 23 persons in the state. It is the policy of this hank to meet your money needs promptly, fairly, confidentially, and at reasonable cost. You need not be a depositor to apply for a loan at this bank. IOWA RALPH MILLER, President HAROLD GILMOKE, Cashier ROY McMAHON, Asst. Cashier THE BEST HEALTH INSURANCE •ft Do not feel that you must be sick before you consult a physician. Preventive medicine is the medical watchword of today. The physician is more concerned in keeping you in good health than in finding you ill, A periodic physical examination is the best form of health insurance you can buy. If your physician thinks you need medicine, he will prescribe it. You can do no better than to bring your prescription to us for prompt, professional service. THUENTE PHARMACY PHONE 252 BURT AUXILIARY TO V. F. W, INSTALLED TUESDAY, AUG. 13 'i Hurt: An Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign wars was instituted in a meeting* at the schoolhouso last Tuesday oven- ing. The Algona drill team put on the floor work. The department president, Helen Johnson, Des Moines, was there, also some members from Fort Dodge and Emmelsburg. Tt was decided to meet on the third Tuesday evening of the month at the theater. The following officers were elected: Mrs. J. D. Peters, president; Mrs. Florence Schichtl, first vice; Mrs. Glenn Hutr.el, second vice; Mrs. Richard Bristow, secretary; Mrs. Paul Olson, treasurer; Mrs. Fred Lavrenz, chaplain; Mrs. Charles Schrader, historian; Mrs. Earl Miller, musician; and Mrs. May me Sehradcr, Miller, and Mrs. Chas- trustees. Mrs. Earl Sch racier, Presbyierian Meeting The Circle:.: of the Woman's Council of the Presbyterian chmx'h will meet Wednesday afternoon, August 21, as follows: Circle A with Mrs. Jess Dugan and Mrs. Delmar Angus; Circle B with Mrs. R. C. Dremmel and Mrs. Carrie Larson; Circle C with Mrs. G. W. Patterson and Mrs. E. B. Dittmer: Circle D with Mrs. Will G rover and Mrs. Chas. Scotl. Arrives for Visit Mrs. Calvin Knllasch arrived a week ago Wednesday from To- inah, Wis., for a several weeks visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder. She plans to go after her husband about the first of the month. Me will attend Iowa SI.-lie college this fall. she had been visiting, She is staying at the home of her nephew, Roland Lavrenz, at present. The W. W. Peters family.re-? turned to their home in Detroit, Mich., last Wednesday after a few clays visit at the home nt. Mr. Peters' mother, Mrs. W. A. Peters. Mrs. H. O. Bucll entertained, Mr. and Mrs. A. If. Meihzer, Ruth and Esther Hodgson and her brother Will Lacey, Algona. at dinner nt the Algona • hotel Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roberts of Alnnicdo, Calif., arrived Wednesr day for a visit with former Hurt friends. Thev farmed in Portland township before going to California. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierstedt of Lone Rock left Wednesday for an extended tour of the. west, They expected to visit in Tacoma, Wash., and possibly go on to California. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwictert spent a week ago Sunday at the home of Mrs. Schwietorl's father, F. W. Baum at Lnkota. Her nephew Clardean Baum of Blue Earth, Minn., came home with them to spend a few days. The A. ,1. Bernaus were supper guests last Tuesday evening at the Emil Haase home in honoi nf Paul Hasse's 18th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Woijahn, Em- molsburg, and the Wm. Madscns 'also spent the evening there. Mrs. C. H. Barber, Minneapolis, Minn., visited a week ago Saturday and Sunday at the home of her niece Mrs. Don Mitchell. Other Sunday dinner guests included Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Williams, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams and- sons, Welcome, Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wiilams, Currie, Minn. Sharon Williams, who Jiad spent a week hcrp, returned home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Howprd Williams. ' .,,,„.., Gypsys met Mrs. ALfiQNA, IOWA The Birthday Circle Thursday afternoon with Tressie Ringsdorf. J. P. Trunkhill went to Sac City Friday to visit at the home of 'his daughter Mrs. J. T. Heaney. The Friendly Birthday club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. 'Lyle Marlow, it being her birthday. The Hubert Stewards of Radcliffe visited from Thursday to Saturday at the Rev. A. G. Meddle home. Mrs. Elizabeth Riebhoff, Eagle Grove, spent last Wednesday at the home of her niece Mrs. Henry Smith. Mrs. Arthur Irmschcr, Colesburg, visited from Thursday to Friday at the home of her niece, Lurena Wesscl. Mrs. Evelyn Bohannpn of Los Angeles, Calif., visited from Thursday to Monday at the C. C. Smith home. Mrs. C. C. Smith attended a county Red Cross executive board mooting in Algona last Tuesday evening. The Legion Auxiliary met last Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. R. S. MeWhorter's for its monthly sewing meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Peterson, Storm Lake, visited from Wednesday to Thursday at the Nfls J. Nelson home. Raymond Lavrenz returned from Chicago last week Monday, where he had been visiting his sister Mrs. Hans Weber. Mrs. R. J. Hammerstrom re-, turned home last Tuesday from Mason City, where she had been a patient at Park hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Rov Lincoln of Monmouth, 111., visited Wednesday and Thursday of last week at the E. C. Schwietert home. Miss Martha Langc St. Paul, Minn., came last week Monday for a few clays visit at the home of their sister Mis. Nels J. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood went to Cedar Falls Friday to spend a few days at the home of Mr. Lock-wood's brother Floyd Lockwood. Mrs. Bernice Christensen left Thursday for her home at Washington, Kans., after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs R. L. Cogdill. The George Schroeders ol DOS Moines spent a week ago Saturday night at the J. H. Schroeder home. They were on their north for a vacation. Mrs. Niel Nielson of Spencer spent a few days last week with her mother Mrs. Dora Armstrong who had not been very well. She took her back with h'er. Mrs. Anna Ambrose returned Tuesday from Des Moines, where LuVerne Dedicates New Baseball Park LuVerne: Dedication of the newly erected and planned ball park at LuVerne took place last Thursday evening. The high school band, under direction of Mr. Minkler of Armstrong opened the program, marching onto the field and playing several musical numbers. Tlbert SchipulJ actqd as master of ceremonies and introduced Hugh Shirk, president of the school board, who delivered a short message on behalf of- the board. Henry Meyer, LuVerno mayor, responded, and gave a short talk on behalf of the town. The baseball games were played. The LuVerne country^tpanr. defeated the town team,'"#itp 0,' in a three-inning game.. 1^'tho second contest, the PioneeP'Seed team of.; Algona lost to the Lu- Verne tfljffia, 3 to ].' Ttoberrwjl!, LuVerne hurler, struck out 12. Stevens pitched for the Pioneer team. It costs less than ONE CENT PER. HUNDRED READERS to advertise in The Algona Upper Des Moines. A bqnd of Chetekee Indians are enjoying, themselves in Si spol; just 1 east of the entrance 16'- Call State Park. tttett ihey arrived Saturday eh rouffa ip the ACHIEVEMENT DAY INRIVERDALETWP. St. Joe: T.hc' Riverdalc Rustlers 4-H club held Achievement day Wednesday, August 14, nt the home of Wnnda and Gloria Stecle. Mrs. Howard Schoby and daughters were guests. Verena Kayser and Knthryn Kirsch -gave their demonstration and the girls practiced a skit which will be presented Thursday evening, Aug. 22, at the Kossuth county fair. The September mooting will be hold at the home o£ Bettv Jane Bormann. Plathe Hilbert Plain's Sister M. Georgine loft Friday for Staeyvillo after a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ernst and son' Robert returned Thursday after a visit with Mrs. Ernsts parents at Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Herman and Mr. and Mrs. Ted left Friday to visit Mr. sister in Jonesville, Wis. Frank Schmidt, Dell Rapids, S. D.. brought his mother to visit withshor sister Mrs. Susan Berte, from Wednesday to Friday. Shirley and John Wagner, children of Mr. and Mrs. George Wapner, visited from Sunday to Wednesday at the Harold Reding home. Norbert, Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilgcs, came home from Fort Dodge Mercy hosuital Monday after receiving medical aid. Mr. and.Mrs. Will Arndorfer and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Arndorfer and son Ralph, were Sun- clay dinner guests at the Will Reding home. Mi-, and Mrs. Petar Bormann entertained Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Bormann's mother Mrs. John Reding's 73rd birthday. Those present were the Harold Reelings, George Bormanns, the John Bormanns, Mr. and Mrs. John Redinf. Su$e9isr fegiair far nt outing. The Indians are ihe ffeafl. stuff, and hath torn OiKla- honia.. ' "* They, are ifave1irtgHn>'*l& trailer, house*, M1H 1 .; either? ears far muf^e.fWivteriv fflrtdt: the' tribe include every thing from young papooses' Up to aged grandmothers., When- they discovered thai ihe Kossuth fair was .soon to open' they' decided' to remain* over, visit the fair and-may be sell A blanket or two,. The Indirtns seemed to tie a convenial, well Behaved group, when, city officials visited: their camp site, rented front a farmer. / Sunday afternoon Jheir roasting of three'lambs for Sunday supper was ihe oe* caaion- for- a good-sized gathering of ihe curious. No tomahawks were in evidence, end ihe family meal progressed quietly, P. S. (Later)t. An Snquifi ing- reporter, visiting the camp; found the-. "Indians'/' were gypsies*, they,, were- driving, Illinois cars, and' not Oklahoma oars and* were to engage in concession work. at. the fair this week, The lamb? part of- the story was true.' CRASHES! RACES Algona I.ABORDAY- Sponsored by ALddNA LIONS CLUB Attention FAlRtVISITORSI K**1iP*.fc»BiM ! Odd: Rolls, Remnants, Border Rolls, Enough; of a Pattern for Small Room or Closet- I roll Pick Your Own! St, Jftff Folk* On Twa folks af& taking nicb vacation 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. ^ficholfls ' Wey- deWhaccompanled Mrt. WeydeiVS *fa«)tH6r ,nhd sister, (38r6ge' a'rtd< Adeline Eabetf f of .West! Bond,;" eh a SiBOoitttiie trip jo xv io s:iSa«itf- * I «te*w^i?KH CALL Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 22-23-24 , Algona Daily Matinee 2 P: M'. / c^t HEATING BI^S ••'?• VWTW A Af£V^l GREEN COLONIAL FURNACE you'll get more comfort, con- and eco nomy in new Green Colonial. Some l^ mo deli are ova table now. ^ HM " Place you» ordei now. ~ """ demand n hcdvi'er than immediate supply. COAL . . GAS OIL BLOWERS Wncthe. you prefer cool. oil. or gai there'l t ipeciallu designed Green Colonial Furnace i? injure your comfort. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREEITCOLOniflL FURIlflCE SERVICE All In OUT-DOOR Cofaf , Cur woods Gods Count COUNTY FAIR WEEK Tuesday and Wednesday, August 20-21 PERFECf THE GREATEST PICTURE m THE PERFECT SELECTED OF ALL TIME W TECHNICOLOR FEATDRETTE3 -I, Distinguished Motion Picture \ Returns to Thrill you Anew I ,.., .;,. Added "Dumb Ben of Yukon" ,' News Sunday and Mondhy, August 25-26 , v M-G-M Im cauijht wilh warmth and Ihe slitting spirit ol 4 modern masterpiece. CHARliS 'C Tom Dra|«e Hums Cicflyn • Gladys Cooper Dean Stockmen . Richard Haydn UNITED ARTISTS News

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