The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1946 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1946
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t'AOE TWO. Every Boy Out Ear Seneca Baseball Ifeam The team includes . Culbertson, Cecil fifaddo.c.k, Ji.. Lqoft, 'Harvey Keutzel. Jerry 'ol Seneca: The Seneca team lost sen, Lloyd Osbprn, ylrgil ;Pres to Lone Rock, 7 to 3, .Tuesday at- ton ' Richard Reutzel, ponalc lernoon of last week at Lone Kennedy, Bob Moore and Donald Rock, in the fall opener. Friday Baldwin on the first string. City, Rock the team played at Swea and today entertains Lone (Tuesday) in a home game. Coach Ennen -reports the team spirit us Breaks A Collarbone Swea City: Mrs. Emil Larson very high—all 24 boys enrolled broke her collarbone, Thursday in high "school are nut for base-! when she fell part way down the """• I basement stairs. NO. 19 Of A CENTENNIAL YEAR SiKRitES' "" """ Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County Julius Capesius Another Rivcrdale township farmev is Julius Capesius, who counts himself one of KossuUi's old-timers, because he lias lived on the present home place for 33 years. His father, John Capesius, arrived therein 1912, havin? moved up from southern Iowa to the loamy Jand of KossuJh county. ' The Capesius farm comprises some 200 acres, and the crops this year, according: to Julius. look "as good as they ever looked". There arts as Julius says, "lot s of pigs and chickens on the Capesius place. There are two C'apcisius sons—John, 19. who served in the army and James. 12. There is also daughter Joyce, now 13. AH the childrcii are on the farm, the two younger ones attending school. ; Mr. Capesius says "farming thing for some years." should Ije a good IOWA FACTS i There arc more phones per capita on Iowa farms than anywhere else in the world. At this fall season of the year, when business and farming activities arc accelerated, we invite you to make full use of this bank and it's many services. Our policy is to give you the benefit of our services in a prompt, fair and confidential manner at all times. IOWA "-V- RALPH MILLER, President HAROLD GILMORK, Cashier ROY McMAIION, Asst. Cashier •jt It is estimated that on an average day in the United States four million people are actually disabled by illness, and countless others are afflicted with minor ailments. Not only is the economic loss incalculable, but the effect on the spirit of the nation is a factor to be reckoned. What can we do to better this situation? Certainly, at a very minimum, you can care for your own health and the health of your family. In the end, most problems are resolved |n the individual's sense of personal responsibility; Observe common health rules. Consult your physician in V case of illness. If medication is needed, have your prescription compounded by our expert prescriptionisis. THUENTE PHARMACY PHONE 252 ALGONA IOWA BANCROFT MAN IS BOUND WER ON LIQUOR POSSESSION Leonard T. Johnson, Bancroft, was bound .over to the grand jury fpf the-Jtext term of dis.tric court in Kpssutii, last Friday, or a charge of possession of iflega intoxicating liquor. His arrest came about when i slate patrolman stopped him fo failure to signal a left ..turn. On that charge he was fined $2.50 and costs in Justice J. ^B. Johnston's court here last Friday. The second charge was carried over nto district court. Johnson had two bottles o: whiskey in his car which did not contain Iowa seals the charge states. Other Court Cases In other justice court cases, w,o fines .W,er,e assessed. Mar'ston Spencer, Chicago, wa.« Xiven a suspended sentence of 3( Jays in jail on condition that he eaye town at once. He was iharged with drunkenness. Gail Beard, Algona, was given . fitje of $50 with $25 suspend:d, ,on a charge of drunkenness nd disturbing the peace. Albert Ghapin, Algona, charged with assault and battery, was •fined $5 and .costs, following a fight near ,the ^hite Front Tavern, in which Karl WMlJasson of AJgona suffered a broken ankle. MUo -Rents:, Algona, was fined $JO and costs on a charge of assault and battery, filed by his wife. Seryic.e Siation Robbed One local robbery was also re ported last weekend. Dutch's Service was entered during the night last Friday about $55 in cash stolen. The thief entered by breaking a back window in the station- In pistrict Court, or*e divorce was granted, Saturday, Lottie McVay 'getting a decree from Glen McVay, Algona. ISfew, JLiQwar Airipail Rate Begins Oct. 1 The Post Office Department announces .that beginning Oct. 1, 194G all airmail sent fii'st class in this country and to APO and FPO addresses will cost five cents an ounce. The rate at present is eight cents per ounce anywhere'in the U. S. and six cents per one-half ounce to APO and FPO addresses. This is a decided reduction in.the cost of airmail and because of it the department believes that many more people will use airmail than have before. Letters mailed airmail in the Aleona post office by five p. m. will reach anywhere in the U. S. by the next a-flernoon. with the exception of the territory in the great northwest around Seattle when the mail must be in the post office by eight a. m. • .,,. _ -".. \ _A1GONA WPE» D|$ MOWS, ALCS5NA IOWA. &PEA1C9 At Margaret Durant wa$ speaker at n,meeting of th kota Acorn club last lUuii She spoke on lo\va Poets Past and Present. Her sist,er, Carrie I. Durant, and Mrs. George Mahoney also attended the meeting. MRS. BERT CARR , BANCROFT Swea City: Funeral services for Mrs. BcH Carr, 71, wore held at St. John's Catholic churehj with"the Rev. J. II. Schultes officiating and Rev. Bernard Bischeid of Armstrong delivering the sermon. Burial was in. §t! John's Cemetery at Bancroft, Saturday, Sept. 7. Mrs. Carr died the preceding Wednesday at Holy Family hospital in Esthcrville, following an illness of one month. Mrs. Carr was born Elfen Mar- She came to this cbtyntty ffs flri infant and gctfW Ao you»f worn anhood In Orfcgon, 111. Hei 1 marnage to Bert' Caif took place there Feb. 12, 1901. The couple came to Lone R<ic,k in 1910 and three years later moved to their farm northwest- of Bancroft. TWs Was the family home until )ast tyear \vhen Mr. and Mrs. Carr bought a home in Swea City. Besides her husband, Mrs. Carr is survived by two sons, Qcorgc of Esthcrville and Harold of Swea City, and two nieces, Mrs. Walter Schiltz and Mrs. Arthur Ooche, both of Bancroft, which she raised, and one brother David, Fairmont, Minn. A host 6f frierids. paid their final tribute's to this beloved woman at the funeral services, many coming from distant points. i o mng To t Audiences 166 nigM arid Sunday afW ,di"ew favorable comment and a fair crowd- Saturday night's attendance wa: not very heavy but the Sunday afternoon Show Was (Witnessed by sev,e#al thousand persons. Onfe o the ijerformcrs, AW ttulck «niug in getting otit of th<* Way of-tj chaining , Brahma bull, was (jujt'e badly tramped andjjad to be given medical a,{d during trje Ideal Near-ideal weather was Kossuth's are this Week. The week's temperatures: Date Rain 'High Low Sept. 10 73 32 Sept. 11 68 53 Sept. 12 71 47 Sept. 13 (.05) 05 51 Sept. 14 *.. .,(.15) 78 60 Sept. 16 80 50 Sept 1C : , 82 50 Don't Miss seeing the large display of Albrecht fur coats, One Day i MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 at Christensen's Algona's 'Style Center Still Haye For Sale Two Rugs Small Vanity Dresser $500 Rocking Chair $400 Small G. E. Radio $1500 Coffee Table Kneehole Desk $3500 Gp»d 2-Wbeel Trailer S4QOO Contact Me At Boom 115 Algona Hotel j, c. mm **L Mil i"*™ • • tfB*> .A <•*• ••% •W m M I J CALL THEATRE/Algona , Friday and Saturday, September 19-20-21 CKLESS Wolfish Hubbii T?e Marital iqh-Hurdles" TSUTGOODl ROGERS *•&*)*•• Kihe of the CowbWsf 8 '*' mf » ..TRIGGER The Smartest Horse in the Movies GEORGE "GABBr HAYES and DALE EVANS with JACK HOLT and BOB NOLAN and THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS BRENT BALL CMAf.WINNINJGER WALLACE FORD CARL ESMOND LOUKE BEAVER* FRANKLVN RW6BORN ite M>f laStflfteek when a ""t dratftfttt on it at the Aw & Feed Warehouse, Me if gettirtg around on crutches diirlnj 'the mending .prdcess; S slicis ,of c<w« mid it i vri-y rtiej«ly." Carftlll I' Seed Corn is sold in Alffniia by Mfdl FJEED STOttjR, Mllwatikoe Depot Corner. ' K.LEENITE the Broittless Wttv Tuesday and Wednesday, September Name Trigger's Twin Colts! $1,000 In Cash Prizes! Republic Pictures offers cash prizes totaling §1,000 for the best names submitted for (he newly- born twin colts of Trigger, "Smartest Horse in the Movies". See them both in the smash outdoor spectacle ~~ ftead and tfearfrs* '' .•ABOVE THE HAPPl.iST HITS FROM THE FIRST KISS TO THE LAST SIS^... ITS Llf£ WITH COVE 1 2nd Big Hit Brenda Joyce and Don Porter Sunday, Monday,.Tuesday, September 22-23-24 "MY PAL TRIGGER" Starring ROY ROGERS and , King of the Cowboys Write your name suggestions here: TRIGGER "Smartest Horse jn the Afovies" I (First Colt) Your Name Address / (Second Colt) WIN THESE PRIZES! FIRST PRIZE. '$250.00 , TWO Second Prizes of $100.00 each FIVE Prizes of 50.00 each TEN Prizes of 30.00 each GRAND TOTAL ENTRIES ARE RECEIVED . to the FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 3. Submit Your CompletGd^Htry Blanks Prizes by Call T&jtoMlO First 1. -Contest-closes December 3Jst, __ 3. Republic Pictures shall act as judge, and all entries received will become the prop., erty of Republic Pictures. If the names selected lor prize awards are submitted by more thajt» one p'erspn, prizes will be awarded IhQSjfe,persons whose en, tries are first received by Republic Pic * lures. 4. No employees of Republic -Pictures or of the theatres in which this cpntest is ' " may participate. Bos Office to the Prize, $0 qeco«d „•--, "-r-fsr-T^-iStF^KtSlS-i: S. 1 . r ••£»<&&.

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