The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1946 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1946
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O " ;r i \. PAGEPOtJR- *;>-..?'}• ^ALdONA tflPWSI DES MOlNfeS, ALGOKA Professional Advertisements ATTORNEYS AT LAW W. B. QUARTON 11. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA "HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) 'Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Scfiirily Slate Bank Building Phone 251 Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Etlw. 1). Kelly Harold F. Fristedt SIIUMWAY, KELLY & FRISTEDT ATTORNEYS AT LAW Ol'l'ite in Hutchison Bldg, Phono SK Algona, Iowa " LINNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mill. Ins. Bldg. Alyona, Iowa Phone 26 L. A. VVINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW ori'irr iii Hutchison Building Phono !.",<) Algona. Iowa .1. I). LOWE ATTORNEY AT LAW KH..I,),. :M'.!-!! I-I First Nat'l Bk Bldg Phiiin- Ufi7 Algona, Iowa I). .1. VAN NESS Law Offices ]•;. .1. Van Ni-ss Delia Walter liiul Floor Now Heisc Building Alyona, towa IIAKOLI) .1. McNERTNEY LAWYER Office in Uutchinson Bldg. J'lioiu- ,'!5-l Algona, Iowa rilVSICIANS & SURGEONS ( . II. CKET/MEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 SlT|;t;F,ON & PHYSICIAN ( ifi'iiv in John Galbraith Bldg. MI IAIN G. BOURNE PIIYSKMAN & SURGEON J">nnc- Office 197 Res. 194 Aemss I'l-oin F. S. Norton & Son I)K. ROBERT W. LEE I'hysii'iaii and Surgeon Sawver Bldg. Office Phone 127 Res. 827 JOHN N. KKNEFICK, M. D. I'hysiciaii and Surgeon Over .(amcs DniK — Phone 300 Ri'sitleiice Plionc 326 DENTISTS A. J. EiVSON, Dentist t ifrice over .Jainc." Drug Store Phone Office 50 Residence 359 VCARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Hcise Bldg. Phnnc 41 Res. Phone 116 DR. .T. P. HERRIG DENTIST RooJE3 13 and 15 Hazard & Peterson Bldg. Office Phone 19 Residence 569 C. I). SCIIAAP, Dentist I7L. E. State (Over S. & L.) Phone 991 OPTOMETRIST A. W. AMUNSON Ol'ficu—Borchardt Bldg. Eyes Examined Res. Plionc 43G MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL HOSPITAL 3UB So. Marian Phone 187 Dr. R. K. Richardson. D. O. Res. Phone 313 Obstetrics Dr. II. I). Meyer. D. O. lies. Phone 970 Rectal Diseases & Varicose Veins ANTONE E. JOHNSON (Burpee Agency) 'District Agent Northwestern Mutual Life Algona, Iowa Phono 051) Res. 173 WALTER L. FRIESNER Auto Fire Hail Life Slate Farm Insurance Companie 72ii So. Minn. Phone 746 EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans lo Fanners and Stockmen with a sound basis for credit. Rate 4',&% Part lime office, Friday 1 lo -I j). in., National Farm Loan Ass'n Office \ : > Block South of Council Oak Store. Dolls Drayton Weds— Goris Mae Drayton, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. William Drayton, retired farmers, and Elwood Earl Richter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Richter of Mountain View, Mo., were married Friday, August 30, in St. Stehens Episcopal church at Spencer by the Rev. Dale Cosand. Attending the couple were the groom's sister-in-law, Mrs. Art Richter of Hermosa Beach, Calif., and the bride's father. Only the immediate families attended the ceremony. The couple left for a few days at Pine City and Minneapolis, Minn., after the ceremony and bridal dinner. The wedding couple und his Barents, who have been visiting fof the past three months at the Jesse Riddle home, will leave in two weeks for Mountain View, where they will operate a cafe and filling station. Hutchison Reunion— The R. J. Hutchison family leld a reunion recently at Ihr Ambrose A. Call park. Attending were Mrs. Rachel Brown daughter Harriet, Dr. and Mrs Henry Decker, DCS Moines: Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Du'-weilov, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lav/son and daughter Carol, Corwith; Mrs. Rea Hutchison, Earl Hutchison, and Mr. and Mrs. John JMc- Cright, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs Fred Asa, son Philip, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa, and L. E. Krantz. Mrs. Brown went to Waterloo with the relatives from there, and will remain lo visit a few weeks. Mrs. Dorwciler took Miss Brown to Osagc to teach in the city schools. Plum Creek Club Mel— The Plum Creek Woman's club held its first meeting of the new club year Sept. 11 at Mrs. Ferguson's with 31 members present The hostesses Mrs. Hollis Ben schotcr, Mrs. Floyd Bode, and Mrs. Julius Baas, served refresh mcnts at the close of the program which included an interesting paper prepared by Mrs. Lola Gardner and Mrs. A. 7.. Slagle on "Pioneer Happenings of Early Plum Creek." Mrs. Andrew Miller had charge of drawing. The new officers arc: President, Mrs. B. E. Priebe; first vice president, Mrs. Floyd Bode; sec ond vice president, Mrs. Ton Sampson; third vice president Mrs. Harvey Jergenson; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Earl Zeig ler; assistant secretary-treasurer Mrs. Andrew Miller; corresponding secetary, Mrs. Leslie McEnroe; assistant corresponding secretary, Mrs. A. Z. Slagle. The next meeting on October 9 will also be held at Mrs. Ferguson's. Plum Creek Meeting— The Plum Creek Farm Bureat will hold its monthly'meeting a the community room Friday evening, Sept. 20. Ronald Gardner is program sponsor, Jewel Larson, music sponsor, and Du- anc Mawdsley will have charge of the surprise number. Andrew Miller will give a report on the the new Clinton oats, and there will be a panel discussion by the Rural Youth Group. The committee includes the Ross Cal- houns, Earl Zciglers, Ronald Gardners, Ivan Longs, Edward Kains, Keith Strayers and W. C Taylors. Everett Withams Entertain— The Everett Williams enter tained at dinner Sunday in lion or of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Grcer and son Raymond, of Roseda Calif. Mrs. Green is u daughter of the Withams. The Greens have -,1101 been back back for five years, so this is the son's first trip. . Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hclmers, the latter a sister of Mrs. Green; Hattio Witham, Mrs. Green's grandmother, L. J. Lowman, Mrs Green's grandfather; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham and three of their son Ralph's children, Betty, Bobbie and Dickie Witham of Galcsburg, 111.; Mrs. Myrtle Vining and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus and sons, Johnnie and Larry; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and sons Glen and Walter; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman and daughter Iris, and son, Douglas; and Mrs. Royco. through Nevada to San Francisco, after which they will be at home in Los Angeles, where Mr. Bennett is employed with a glass company. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school in the 1945 class, and has been employed 'in Los Angeles since going there several months ago. The groom is an ex-service man, having served 3V6 years in the South Pacific, where he was wounded. He received his d charge eight months ago. OFFICE SUPPLIES Crown Daters . Gummed Labels Typewriter Cleaner Fluid Paper Clips Kubber Bunds Carbon Paper Sulesbooks Clasp Envelopes Scutch Tape Rubber Slump Supplies Typewriter Ribbons Adding Machine Rolls Shipping Tags Onion Skin Paper Bond Paper ^l^ujia Ujtper Des Moiut-E John Kollasches Have Dinner— Tuesday evening dinner guests at the John Kollasch homo near Whittemore were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bormann and August Berte of St. Joe and Eleanor Kollasch, daughter of the Kollasch'-s employed in Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Kollasch and son, Eugene, of Whittemore. The dinner "was given in honor of Ku- gcne Kollasch, who is leaving to attend Creighton university. Arlene Von Bank Honored— A miscellaneous shower was held Sunday afternoon at the John Von Bank home in honor of their daughter, Arlene, with 122 guests present. Door prize was won by Mrs Arthur Krause and chair prizes were won by Betty and Bonnie Wood. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Miss Von Bank will be married Tuesday afternoon to Robert Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wood of Lu Verne. Marjorie Mitchell Weds— Mrs. Edna Mitchell announces the marriage of her daughter Marjorie to W. F. Bennett on Wednesday, Aug. 21, at Carson City, Nev. Following the cere inony the couple left on u trip Farewell for Mrs. Barton— Mrs. R. H. Guderian entertained at a farewell party Wednesday for Mrs. G. C. Barton, who is moving to Gowrie next week. The honoree was given a handkerchief shower. The evening was spent socially. Presbyterian Men's Club— The Men;s club of the Prcsby. terian church enjoyed a 6:45 o'clock dinner Wednesday even ing. An interesting talk was given by George Scfrit of the agriullure department of the high school. Townsend Club— Algona Townsend club met Tuesday evening, Sept. 10, for regular business session and so cial evening. Bulletins were read stressing the importance o the Townsend vote in the coming election. Plans were made for the sewing club to meet Mon day afternoon, Sept. 16, with Mrs. June McMurray. Mrs. Frieda Willey and Mrs. Gusta Muck- cy will sponsor a benefit card party Thursday evening, Sept. 19 to which the public is invited. Jolly 500 Club The Jolly 500 club met at the home of Mrs. Ervin Gcrber Tuesday. There arc 13 members, all present. Mrs. Jim Bcsch won high score prize and Mrs. Gus Elbort, low. Mrs. Cliff Riebhoff and Mrs. John Gcrber were guests of the club ahd assisted with the serving. Entertain at Dinner- Mrs. Pearl Potter and Mrs. Alyda Allen entertained a few friends Wednesday evening at dinner at the Potter home in honor of Mrs. Aggie Knapp and Mrs. Ella Potter. Union Clubs Start Seasonal Activities The Union Mothers & Daughters club held its first meeting of the new club year with Ada Hofius. The Busy Bee club met on Friday (13th) with Mrs. Ethel Smith, east of Burt. In Storm "at Fair •••'•>"^i-»:~ --' t Union folks at the Spencer faif wore Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustj trum, Mr. and Mrs. John Richy Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius, tjhfcir guesls Mr. and Mrs. Walter 3BeiU ton, Mr. and Mrs. ClariohuLtmg, Mr. and Mrs. Ray, 'Mertai and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .Lqck.;'They were in the storni whqh. it struck the. fairgrounds. ";;'•; j|'!^ Leave After Fuheralt'' Mr. and Mrs. Vern Sarchct left for their home at Larramie, Wyo., last Friday evening, being called here by the death of Vern's father, Presley Sarchet. Mrs. Sarchet is a sister of Mrs. Floyd Bacon of Union. Courtesies were shown Mr. and Mrs. Sarchet at the Roy Sarchet home .for a dinner of the Sarchet relatives Friday noon and at the Robert Sarchets in the evening. Mrs. Robert Sarchct is enjoying a visit from her sister Mrs. Louis Cook of Wichita, Kans. Betly Sarchct leaves Sunday to resume her studies at Morningside college, Sioux City. Her twin sister Letly leaves a week later for college at Ames. Mrs. Jessie Mitchell arrived homo Sunday evening from visiting a granddaughter at Fort Collins, Colo. She also took in several scenic places, including Estes park in Wyoming. She was accompanied on the trip by Mrs. N. G. Mitchell of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Belton of Gardena, Calif., (a suburb, of Los Angeles) were- guests last week al the Frank Hofius home. On Friday of last week they attended a gathering-of relatives at the Eugene Hofius home in Ottosen. Walter is a cousin of Frank and Eugene. Union News. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ricken, of Chicago, were guests last week of Ihcir son Melvin and family. John Gisch was sick last week wilh un attack of yellow jaundice. Loron Larson -has been confined to his bed with a severe cold. Mrs. Andrew Godfredson spent last week with her daughter's famil at Britt, while her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Lunds^fum underwent an appendectomy at Mercy hospital at Mason City. Mrs. Oscar Anderson is recovering from a heart attack suffered a week ago. Mrs. Mamie Winkel took her daughter, Mrs. Lacina home to Iowa City last week and remained for a visit there. Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch attended the funeral of a distant relative last Monday at Fort Dodge. It was Mrs. Slama. She was 99 years old. Her husband passed away 52 years ago. O»> Tuesday they attended the funeral of a neice of Mrs. u-isch, Mrs. Ann Nikelson, the former Ann Lynch, from Sacred Heart church also at Fnrj Dodge. J Will Humorou* Story By WILL ROGERS A RtOB Afetttetfi did ht« ^ttf w*t* looking S«otl«nd ev*r lut m*k, tad wh«a they tot to the ouUldrt* of * little fe*ft it fUrttd to iprinkl* of eoum. The Anted- eta s»yg to the cuy that looked like Harry Lander, H 8»y, «'e you know where I could buy a machlntdah fat my daughter 1 n "Wheel," lay* the Scot, "1 dtnfi* ken a Mclntosh ye kin 'get hereabout, §ln' they're atl either married or verra rich?: BofcithercPg a braw MaeTavith lad doon by the loch that'* a'bit fond-; of the coin, an' he might marry her, for the lass IB nae BO ugly." •;: American N«*i FMtarti. la«. HOSPITALS KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Aug. 19: Mrs. Adpl'ph Girrcs, Wesley, boy. Aug. 20: Mrs. Harold Weaver, Lakota, girl; Beverly Foster Algona, appendectomy. Aug. 22: Wm. EWthttiiss, Algona, medical; Bernard:;-Girres, Mallard, accident; Betty Rein- dcrs, Mallard, accident. Aug. 23: Mrs. Albert. Slobc, Algona, boy; Mrs. Fred Neahr- ing, Britt, girl. Aug. 25: Mrs. Paul Schrauth, Bancroft, boy; Mrs. Bill Steven, Alg&na, boy; Mrs. Mclvin Kern, Algona, ghl. Aug. 2'j; Mrs. Wm. Erpclding, Algona, girl; Dannie Froehlich, Algona, plane accident. GENERAL HOSPITAL Aug. 19: Mrs. B. O. Davis,* Irvington, minor surgery. * Aug. 21: Mrs. Wayne Weaver, Algona, boy. "" ^ Aug 23: Mrs. Ed Zaugg,.|West Bend, girl; Mrs. Milford HJlyeu, Algona, surgical. : 'y Aug. 25: Mrs. Chas., Heinkel, Lu Verne, girl. , j Aug. 26: Miss • Ver$na Buss, Algona, medical. ^,' TO BUY OR SELlSfc You'll go £• long way betord ypu can better the reader coverage of Algona Ujlper Des, Moiites; want ads! LAKOTA Mr. ahd Mrs. F. C. Krall drove to Clear Lake on Labor da* and were guests of, Mrs. Berda'Lath- rpp, cashier and bookkeeper at Cedar Falls Teachers' college, who is spending a two, weeks Vacation at Lake Shore hotel, Clear Lake. Mrs. Lathfop is a fottner resident of Lakota. Elsie Baiifti went to Clear Lake last week Sunday to attend a picnic with friends and then went home wibh hei' sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schwietert at Burt for a few days visit, returning home Tuesday. • • Last week Visitors at the J. A. Bargars were Mr. ahd Mrs. .Walter Priggc and Heriry Prigge of Rochester, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Connie Roelfsema, Paton, la. Mesdames Prigge and Roelfsema are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Bargar. A congregational meeting was held at the Methodist church last week Tuesday evening to formulate plans for the 50th anniversary of the churclvto be held October 6. Committees Were appointed and details discussed for the event. •Mrs. Arlene ( Quady left last week to take;'up iher duties as teacher in trie Ventura school. Her little daughter accompanied her and will attend school there. Mr. and jMrs. A. C. Schissel and chidi^n came" home early last week? after spending July and Augpt in their cottage ':*•/WAIT! far that new fur coat. I' •' jfVlbrccht's rcprescnta- f tivc will be at our store One Day MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 * Christensen's Algona's Style Center Ottosen Team Wins OU<5fceni *hd locai 'high school learh stfii-ted^ its 'baseball season by easily., Vrfittplfig' Bradgate,', fi to 0, behind th« two-hit pitching of Paul Meyer, Meyer' fanned 15 men in a seven-Inning game, and Ralph JacSbsoh of Ottosen had a perfect day at the plate. Two Reach Japan Fenton—Pfc, -Gerald Jentz, son of Mr. ahd Mrs. George Jentz, has written, his parents Hhat he safely reached. Japan. The cross* ing took 13 days, arriving in Yokohama. He has two Japan- esce boys wot king under him at present. Eldon, son of the -Fred Browns, Is ajsp In Yokohama, Swea City: Roger Linde moved the fonmer Anna Dahl"house to his lots east of the W. A. Stou- , make the'hoUsiS 1MB-Apftrnfrltti rte also moved a Hous^.iff ftWft •the oid,isaae§6n farm In township flhtF the, Mb Will provide quarters fof families. ' ' > George Nyman has his .base* .ment -dug Ih his building ptojeot. tie plaris to move in a schoolhouse as part of the structure for the home. He Is.going to rent his farm, 8 miles south' of Swea City, While picking apples, Mrs./BUrl Donald, Corydon, grabbed hold of a live wire concealed Iti the tree by a dead 'branch end suffered severe burns and shock. Mrs. E. T. Clayton ran tcr her rescue and pull* ed her loose, also suffered shock. They ,were taken to the hospital fo* treatment and released ' the same day. MblftM »ways watitea to otoft a wefckiy-pa<" 'fce*. Ree1»i1/:ftg,fuimtefUhat dm- itf&n, puhiha&lnf 'the Mllo Motor Jo Afihe ' JPMBlaufussV West Des i Was tit* tit 4:00 a. trt* ohb morning reeerttiy. while he* wfls sh'avink)"a Strattgef -tapped bn the Bathroofn Window, requested lOc for tfarfa'ffe. Afsatently! 1 you 'are 'not safe' from pahhahdleM •ahywhere! , -«•,*»*« GasonStomacli In S mlmll*. tr '' , When ttttt* jtomntb.ftckl citiiiP* tialnnil, milTntii Inifn. (IntliirK muiiny -•••''-- knq«« for nfeflprlDO tllO • IJiaicnl'ncnntt IIII;«III;IM<:» . si t ftbKliTiW? SiMwi™ n'ill-Mt'lhflB'w'colfort iff* IMtf or dmiblo youf thonW MclTftil muttt or liottlo ibuu. llfW or ifoiiblo youf thonW M o ui. 23o at Ml druttlstl. NEW SHIPMENT! The Good Old-Fashioned Pre-War Quality KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT STORE John Deere Farm Machinery General Electric Appliances Tuesday and Wednesday, September'17-18 Pesi Armez in Lizabcth Scott in "YOU, CAME ALONG" "BOWERY BOMBSHELL" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 19-20-21 WAGON WHEELS •tarring WILD Bill ELLICJT AUCEaiMINO •ri UNBA SIWIIMQ • *OY MIOtOfT Co-Hit Forest Tucker in "DANGEROUS BUSINESS" Added Serial, "Scarlet Horseman" IT'S EASY TO BE USE OUR LAYBY PLAf?t>N ANY GARMENT OF YOUR eHplCE ;" ^ •••• " ' '• ' •-•• MEN'S OVERCOATS SELECT NOW AND HAVE IT FOR ZERO WEATHER -*28- All-wool o'coats at this pricc-rtoday—arc certainly big value. Especially when they're! as good as these—single- breasted sloped shoulder styles with plenty of heft and warmth in their thick wool 'fabrics. Choice of IJlue, Brown and Tan. All s*izcs. v ' Men's Hats New fells in blue, brown or grey - $3.45 to $5.95 • - , - • • •• . ; . • f Men—WOODWARD'S can slhow you a rca'tyy biff selection of Jackets—everything from kjatlicr and poplin to mackinaws and lumberjack's jackets. No matter what you have in mind in the way of a jacket, •we're, just about sure we have it in this stock. ' < Men's Leather JACKETS': 1 •;",; $12.95 to $21.50 Men's Poplin JACKETS $10.45 to $12.95 Men's .Gabardine JACKETS .' $0.95 :, All-Wool Melton Cloth JACKETS ; , • $4.98 , MSN'S MACKINAWS $6.75 to $9.90 BOYS' MACKINAWS to $8.32 :,. Big Selection of LUGGAGE! Several New Shipments Have Arrived to Make Our Luggage v ' Stock More Complete Than Ever Small'Kipper cases . . . ladies' overnite bags , , . medium ?ize suit-- < cases . . . big man size suitcascts . . . whatever you-need Jn luggage, you're almost sure to find ityhere. Variety of colors .ana leathers,- Ready Now! Our Winter Stock MEN'S — WOMEN'S -H CHILDREN'S i OVERSHOES WO hope there won't, be any shortages of over, shoes as in previous years .. . and we know tl»i9 ni»y be earlier thaji you wunt to buy them< 8u( . we want to let you know WQQPWARP'S te»,". a but stock of them. ' % WOODWARD'S mu* STIVSN,

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