The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1946 · Page 13
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^^^ t-n I'jtKt ttttfER MS KLINES, ALCSlbKA At the Lester Qsborne'farm in Seneca township, in that vicinity. The picture shows the machine amage pictured^dvewas an effect of ^ eCsn i^^^^^ e ^^^^ itorm which-struck art area covering four townships thes'e .pictures shortly after the storrri passed; 3 Get Citizenship Three persons from this vicinity were admitted to U. S. citizenship, last Thursday, in federal court at Fort Dodge, after complying with all requirements. They were Cathrih Fisch, Al- goria, Luxemburg; Adolph Bruellman, West Bend, Swiss; and Magnus A. Rongved, Bode, Norwegian. They were given the oath of allegiance and then addressed by. James I. Dolliver, congressman. Gets Arts Degi-ee Emrn*a Victoria Spongtoerg of Algona was one of 147 students graduating with a degree from the summer school session at Iowa State Teachers college, last Thursday night, at Cedar Falls. Miss S.pongberg received a toach- | elor of arts degree. VERAHEETLANDA BRIDE, AUGUST 18, OFGLENMABUS Lakota—Vera Joan, daughter df Mr. and Mrs. Jerry toeetlarid, \Vas married Sunday, Aug. 28, to Glen Mabus, soh of Mr. ahd Mrs. William Mattus "with the Rev. F. B 1 . Darnauer officiating in the double ring ccre'mpriy 6t the Lutheran church. Attendants wert Wayne, ahd Wanda Hfe'etldn'd, .brother and sister bf. the bride. The bride wore .a lime greeri dress ahd carried white roses qnd her bridesmaid W'dre a pirik' dress .with, a corsage of gardenias. The bride graduated fifd'm Lakota high school in 4?44 and Uie groom graduated from the' Ledyard school ih 1943. He served in the navy at Pearl Harfo'dr during the War arid Was discharged July 1, 1946. Joan was employed at the Hertzke grocery store for several rribnths" but resigned in July. Sack Fi'Om Vacation . Mr. and Mrs. John Heetland returned the first of last week from a week's visit with rela- tive.s in Illinois. Betty Kienity accompanied them to Freeport, 111., where she visited at the Cad Wiltse home. Mr. and Mrs. Heetland visited Mrs. Heetland's sister . and husband, the Ray Strbiids and at the Gene Harr •berts. John Heetland Jr. and Kenneth Kienitz, who have been Working in a canning factory during vacation, came home With them. . ,..•",/ Mussmans fake Trip •Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman drove to Sheffield, la., last week Sunday, where they visited Harry's sister and family, the Eltrier Dows. Joan Keister of Mason City came home with them for a two Weeks visit. Eatly Pastor on Visit The Rev. and Mrs. Jerry John- S»ii of St. Louis, Mo., were visitors at the if. H. VVBrliu'ftons last week Monday. The^ were on their way home from a two months trip to Hollywood,where they visited . their son, the Rev. William John'son ahd family. Rev. Jbhrtsph.ls..a fdrmer jbbstb.r of the local PresbyleHari church but went to St. Louis -10 years agfo, where he has served the same people for the entire 'time since. Had Sunday Guestt .Mrs. BertUs Jatyseh had as guests last week . Suhday two daughters, Mrs. tiahhah . Bowman of Algona and Mrs. Statifer Gray and husband v of Eagle Grove. Visitors From tiilhols . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward Stafford and Mae of Galena, 111.,. arrived last week for a visit with their sons and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stafford. Miss Evelyn Meyer of Milwaukee, Wis., visited several) days last week at the August G.ut- knechts. Mrs. Andrew Anderson visited her daughter ahd family, the Vern Scollms at Burlington recently and three grandchildren returned home with her for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Schroeder came frOm Evahsville, .W.is., last week for a visit with: the Fred Schroeders. Winston will attend school in Ames the coming year. < ...... ' Mr.' and Mrs. Albert Ellman and Mr. and Mrs. George Bou-^ gard of Milwaukee, Wis., have, Seen visiting relatives here; The, women are' 'daughter of Alfred 1 O'Keefe. •''••', The Dan O'Keefes were busi-' ness visitors at Russell, Minn'.,' last -week Thursday. Mrs. O'Keefe's mother Mrs. Martin' Thompson >df Buffalo Center is visiting the Dan O'Keefes. Mrs. Lawrence Tripp and two children visited at the Harry ROsenau's last week Tuesday. They have Been visiting in Minnesota and were on their way Changes For '46 In Duck Hunting Ru les The most drastic dtick-hunt- Ing, rtiife s'liifc'e Ii938 , wci c re- leased.ldtfaS' fbr the 1046 hunting: season. Ml'lforcl Smith, federtl jtUhle warden ih this area,Arid iii charge of the Union Sld'u&H federal game presfervts artel-fed, the fdllbwine • IhifbrinaUon, on, the subject. ..,i—-Beauciions.,in the huni- ihir sfeteoji MM SO to 45 days. 2-^DallV bafe llirtU reduced from 10. to 7. . S—FdsseSstoTi limit reduced frott 20 to 14. 4—Redlictloh ih shooting hbnrs. ' ftiickS on Decrease. Rfeasoh for the new drastic refeulations Is chiefly that the wild duck population has decreased alarmingly within, the past i>vp.years from a peak of 125.450,000 in 1944 to 80 million j birds, Secretary of the .Interior J. A. Krug states. Drought, conditions in the north central slates and the jiralrje iJrbvJnces of Canada, together ;with overshooting )a§t tt~aii$ii,when more ducks were shot than were hatched £hd raised, are contributing factors. 61 health. • Mr.' • and' Mrs. Frank Krall spent, last, week Sunday visiting at the" Linian'Needham and A. C. Schissel homes at Spirit Lake r where both families are spending the summer at their respective' cabins. They report Mr.-Needham has been sick. Last'week'visitors at the Harry Mussmafns were Supt. and Mrs. Lester''Gill' and daughter and Mrs;.'.Elizabeth Paine of Jordan, la.; Mrs. Minnie Field of Goldfield and Mrs. Nettie Keis- ;er of Elrriore. Mrs. Keister, Mrs. Paine and Mrs. Field are sisters. ' The Gills went from tiere to -Templar Park, Spirit Lake, where Mr.- Gill,is atteld- ihg a coaches 'school. Iowa has been moved from ih'c northern Stone to th-e central zo»)e, In shooting regulations, also. Cut Shooting Time. The duck (hunting; season will run from Oct. 26 to Dec. 9 in the intermediate or central zone, Including Iowa. Length of the shooting day has been Shortened by one-half hour in the closing end. In 1046 it will run from one- half hour before sunrise to one-half hour before sunset. "We invite disaster if we dig any deeper into our breeding stock of ducks." Released By Navy Four Algona boys have recently been released from the navy. They are James R. Bums,- 34-2 S. Ridgley; Roger Lee Burgess, 632 N. Thorington; Ronald V. Taylor, 704 N. Thorington; and Robert F.. Kinsch, rural. '. Give Boundaries . Far City SHuJenta At Three Schools The dividing line for the city schools and building assignment for pupils in elementary grades, kindergarten through six, i.^ as follows: High School , kindergarten and first; Children living south of a line running from West McGregor to ftidgely to State, east to Phillips. Bryant—Grade, kindergarten and first: children living north of the line designated for high school, and east to North Wooster; grades two to six inclusive; all children living west of North Wooster and South Phillips. Third Ward—Grade, Jdnder- garlen-six inclusive; all children residing east of North Wooster and South Phillips. Somp~" exceptions are being jpade'' where certain rooms ai'e over-crowded. Age required for beginning kindergarten students is' five ydars, with the 5th birthday on Or before .IDec, 15, 1946. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Complete line of pencils, notebooks, inks, rulers, crayolas, erasers, pastes; pens—including the famous REYNOLDS PACKET BALL PENS. WE ARE THE NEW COUNTY SCHOOL BOOK DEPOSITORY FOR THIS VICINITY. HUTZELL'S (IN THE FORMER JIMMIE NEVILLE STORE) Tour, miles south bf Swea City, corn 'on the farm of Frank Diem ^stripped as shown above." Conslderdbleidamage wi]l result, .but it p early to say how groat the loss front a normal croft would be. Iter Jensen of Seneca also took this picture. rio Who Left To-,v >in Navy 10 Mos. Cgo, Home Together When Roger Burgess, 'jjames Burns, and Ronald 4Taylor enlisted and-left to- 1"ij aether on October 18th. 1945. •' for the navy, they had no idea that all three of them would.receive their discharge and arrive- home at the same time. But that's what happened Monday morning, August 19. ' The Irio went through boot training together at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center, were all sent to San ' Pedro arid shipped out, all reached ' the Hawaiian Islands; lher« Roger and James! were*sent to. the Pacific and Ronald id- the'At- lantic. •Roger and James' remained together all through their navy days and received their dischrage at Great Lakes. Unknown to them Ronald was also receiving his discharge at Great" Lakes All three boarded the same, train for home, but got in 'different coaches. It was 'not until the train arrived that they realized what had happened. • ' ^ t \ Sept. 2 the Kossuth Rural Schools Will Resume Activity. Oh Sept., 3 the Algona City Schools Begin Their Fall Terms. si a WITH OUR YOUNGSTERS AGAIN : MAKING DAILY TRIPS TO SC&OOlf EXTRA DRIVING CAUTIOlSl NECESSARY. Tuesday, Sept. 3 The Kids Will Need Glean Clothes . < Send them back to school with, fresh, cleajji Our servrf ® better tian : ^- »-»*-'*n^ «* > *- your needs promptly. rat Market Hardware KOSSUTH COUNTY'S BEST PROP IS ITS CHEDREN .. DRIVE SAFELY AND SANELY ,- -W£ -U'^s&V:- :., : v . . ' : .;•" •' This Message Sponsored by the Following Business and Professional Firms of Algona A. W. Amunson, Optometrist Sawyer's Skelgas & Appliances * Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Tigges Drug S. & L. Co. Algona Baking Co, Ben Franklin Store Dau Garage & Body Shotf Kirk Auto Co. Kqhlhaas Hardware Co, Council Oak Store 'Greenberg Auto Supply KossutH County Implement Store , Ralph Tice, Tanvilac Percival Motors ft JF, Covven, Contract9r Cflle Super V»Iu The Mainliner Shilts Brownbilt Shoe Store K. D. James, Drugs Security State Bank The Algona Hardware Gamble Stow ffoenk Motor Service Richardson Furniture Co. I --OV--- -. Iowa State Bank W. G, Woodward Co. Sorenseii » s' •* Sharp's Jewelry Sigsb.ee plumbing and Heating Foster Furniture Co* , t Algona Theatre, Co, '• ' . ' - \ ' 'Blossom Insurance Agency Funk&D*im Hawcott O.K. Rubber Welders Bradley; Bros., Farm Machinery Algona Electric The Hub Clothiers Allen Motor Co. Bjustrom Furniture Co. Pratt Electric Co. Dr, F. C. Scanlan, Chiropractor Lusby & Giossi Kresensky's Cowan Bldg. Supply . ' The Chrischilles Store Graham's Store Barry's Heereation Coast-tp>Co.ast store Pry Boscoe's Market ' Algoha Christensen tiros. Co. gender's S1H CJeajjers Kossuth Motor Co. George's Cafe Viking Oil Co. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Taylor Implement Co. Kossuth Oil Co. Brown's Dairy Rising Mill & Elevator Dutch's Super-Service Swift & Company Sportsman's Taveitt • • ~ Botsford Luniber Co. Thompson Distributing Co. Crilly Appliances Algona Produce Co. Algona Implement Co. Algona CO'OP, Creamery Clements Sinclair Service F. % Norton & Son The Smoke Shop , Thuente pharmacy Sears Roebuck * Co. 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