The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1946 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 8, 1946
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OCT. 8. IrvingtAH Twp. fe titters For 1 Thursday, October 17 , 1:30 P. M. . Stiiftiiig At'ftfstrici 'No. .1 The following School itotises, Land, Outbuildings, Fences, Equipmcnl, nntHrilerloi-^EcitHtlment Not Reserved: NO. 2, N. kIN&OH SCHOOL t NO. 3, F. MCENROE SCHOOL NO. 4, E. R. MAWDSLEY SCHOOL NO. 6, NO DIRECTOR NO. 8, JOHN SCHULZ, SCHOOL L. Q. IIUTCHINS/Sec'y. 40-41 Tuesday and Wednesday, Ocj.. 8-9 Hopalong Cassidy Leo Gorccy in in "THREE ON A TRAIL" . "SPOOK BOOSTERS" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 10-11-12 Charles Smiley STARKETT * BURNETTE as Th& Durango Kid !n The West's No, 1 Comic '"> MERLE TRAVIS and HIS PNCO BUSIERS ^ «nt n" 1 *' 0 " \ \ Original Screenplay by Barry Shipman *r »ftd * at " 1 Produced by COtBERT ClARK •'•••' "'• *< Directed by RAY NAZARRO -m—Paul Kelly in "GLASS ALIBI' Added Serial, "Scarlet Horseman" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 13-14-15-16 HORN? IN ON THE RED-COATED AAOUNTIE.S ...OUT AFTER THEM? MEN...AND THEIR YOUVE PROPABLV IT! OYOUR ATM IN 1 . mi -, IRMTON LADY WASHING VICTIM IN WRINGER COG Irvington: Mrs. Win. Gronbach sUfforcd n painful accident recently when she caught her hand in a cog wheel on the wringer of her wash machine. Since then she has hcen forced to carry her arm in a sling. fdf Miss Bfuns A shower was held at the Irvington church annex on Tuesday honoring Miss Mary Bruns, whose approaching marriage to Eugene Colwcll has hcen announced. Hostesses were Mos- ! ( AtYJONA WPiSR-tifa MottfteS, Afcft&NA, Marie Frartkl and daughter Camilla visited last Sunday with Mrs. Pat Mulligan at Bancroft. Mrs. Rasmie Hansen attended a 4-H girls' club meeting at Burt last Friday afternoon. Mrs, Han- scn is leader of the Irvingtoh f's 4-H Girls' club. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmio Hdrts'en have purchased the lot adjoining their property on the south from Paul Hudson, this being the lot where the old pool hall was fclr- morly located. News Activities In Four Corners Area During Pact Week Four Corners: Mr. and Mrs. „ , Arthur Alexander rind Mr. and dames K. P. Roney, Doris Col-r Mra - Le ° Ram us went to :Des well, Edna 'Harr, and L. E. Col- Moines Sunday. They took the well. Ralph Witham Children -««!«•« Mrs. Ronald Jenkins entertained last Wednesday evening honoring Mis. Elsie Jenkins, whoso birthday occurred on that date. The guests were old neighbors and friends. A game of radio provided entertainment for the evening and Mrs. Jenkins was nyi''nd \v handkerchief many lovely Patty Ann Ringsdnrf. of Burt visited relatives and friends here a few days this week. Mr. and Mr. Hurt and daughter Patty called on Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hoadley at Aurelia lust Thursday. Dowel Skilling, Iowa State college student at the Ames annex at Cainp Dodge has been spending the week-end with his parents Mr., and Mrs. Bob Skilling Mr. pnd Mrs. Owen Hurt have purchased a home in Algona anc will move there in November The Hurts have been living in the Farmer's Co.-Op. house here while Mr. Hurt has been em- played by the 'County Farrn~Bii- Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales attended the funeral of a brother- in-law at Waterloo last Wednesday. Camclla Frank], R. N., is now employed at- the Kossuth hospital at Algona. Miss Frankl was recently graduated from Mercy hospital in Des Moines. Miss Margaret Mulligan, Mrs. i WE NEED] WE WILL BUY YOUR HOME- RENDERED LARD IN ANY QUANTITY. BRING IT IN! Algona Baking Go. Bakers Of - ''Honey-Knist|' Baker.y<Products; them and sent them from Des Moiries to their home in Galesburg, 111., on the bus. The Witham children have be.en staying at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham. Monday, Mrs. Ralph Wi>th- am, who has been staying with her parents, the Pfeiffcrs, returned home. Miss Phyllis Rich of Bes' Moines spent the weekend at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich. Sunday evening William Lamuth and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gappa took Miss Rich back to Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. 'John Gettman, Garner, left"' here Thursday to attend the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo. They intended to stay overnight at the home of relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence' Schendle in Waterloo. Earl and John Gappa "'Were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. anc Mrs. Edward Rich and family. Mrs. Arthur Alexander 'arid daughter Judy and Mrs. Leo Ra- miis and son Larry spent Friday in Fort Dodge shopping. Mrs. Minnie Wilson and Thede Elbert spent Sunday afternoon a? the home of Mr. and Mrs. EC Rich. They remained for supper and the early part of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Christensen and children called for awhile in the late afternoon. Arthur Alexander and A. J. Eischeid spent Friday in Mason City, shopping. William Lamuth, Algona, is staying at the Ed Rich 'home helping to do the work. Basketball League? Anyone interested in forming a North Central Iowa Amateur basketball league is requestgd' to send a representative to a'Trteet- ing- in the Legion rooms in Bancroft, Friday, Oct. 11, a't 7:30 p. m. DUCK SEASON TO ffiii ad$ng ^achlne' riH?ixJiis at :he Algana Upper Des Moines. MAGIC WORD IN JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR ^ fottf, iniplrod young 4«ilgn*r _, «f jwter »ffeiffw«or, wwtf a roflgfe want! evtr y»«r w««|rebt» For fritfan?*, thli iglt cf ly^lQW* Dyndwry (i«ath«( twtf <f with Peter Pan s$U% Ajl^wl, fl^M in »car|«r, hunter gre<jn «ncj while, Junl9Mi*«i 9-15. JIJOO The most drastic duck hunting rules since 1938, as set by the U S. 'Fish and Wildlife Service .have been approved by the State Conservation Commission and an administrative order Concurring with the.,federal regulations whore ot in conflict with Iowa law, has'been-issued. Under the now regulations the season has been shortened, bag limit reduced, Iowa placed in the intermediate zone, and Canada goose shooting in Iowa prohibited. The 1940 duck season opens October 26, 30 minutes before sUri- J'ise and closes December 9, 30 minutes before sunset Shooting Is allowed '30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes before sUh- set each day of the open season. Daily bag limit on ducks, except American -anti • red-breasted mergansers and wood ducks, is seven with the possession limit Of 14 after 'the first day. Not more than one wood duck may be In possession. 'Ba'g limit on American and red-breajted mergansers is 25 with rto possession limit. Bag and possession limit on coots is 25. The only geese on 'which there- is an open season in Iowa during 1946 are blue and snow geese with a bag and -possession limit of four, singly or in the aggregate. The administrative order Specifically iprohibits taking the following birds: 'Canada, Hutchlns, cackling, Ross, and white-fronted geese, Wilson's or jacksnipe, grebe, rails, gallinules, swan, woodcock, and mourning dove. Sunrise and sunset schedules for the entire state are being printed and will be mailed to all newspapers as soon as they are available. Crop Rotation Will Kill The Root Worm The severe damage to corn from 'the corn -root worm in many sections of the state this year should serve as a reminder to Kossuth county farmers of a part of the price paid for failure to rotate crops, says A. L. Brown, county extension director. •Mr. Brown says a report from Iowa State college 'entomologists indicates that iii many areas of the state much of the corn is flat as a result of the pest's attack on corn roots. And it has not been uncommon to' find as many as 40 to 50 adult insects feeding on the silks. tn such cases, the erittfmoldglsts say, the ears often are filled less than 50 per cent. While it's too Idle to do much 1 rfboUt the damage to this year's' crop, future loss can be prevented by practicing crop rotation. •By^ plowing the corn fields and planting a different crop, the root worm larvae and eggs are destroyed, and .the field will -be safe for planting corn another year. faiiind 01 •In removing a baseboard at his Garner home recently, Karl Kraus uncovered <a td -year old j8rft»S"8i this Garner testier, ptitttfeHW Itt iSfs/Wh'at hurt-was thdt thfeltfn**. <ber yard'at that time -was fadV*l*- Using B ftlll stock <ff lUrfKttef, dft* eluding braded lumber, lath l«fl shingles,'dpors, Windows, moldings, building papers anH st> -uSH. for fall * .,. * «•* * •« • ••» »• « '» ••# •» * ••« Gldmour is black ... and most ^breathtaking-in rich suede .. .and in pomp's-so-smartly simple, or sandals high on a platform. Pump also of'Black patent... as seen in Vogue and 'Harper's 15dzdar. SHOE ii)BPT. SHOE DEPT. k:. f ^ ' < . r . *s*sS, *****'•<& f ^£*^"fcA * ,.!„r >^v - /. '.i

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