The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 15, 1946
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es! jftomesi ESTABLISHED 1865 .. •& n'« ._ ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1946 Second Section Eight Pages VOL. 81—NO. 41 Ask Farmer Before You Hunt, And Sam Trouble the 1946 pheasant season 'opetiing at 10 o'clock October 28 jn 59 Iowa counties many pheasant hunters have not yet / decided where .they will! hunt. ' The 1 : problem of whe're the acquainted hunter can hunt is com- jjlifjated by "no hunting" signs. Mdst of these "keep out" signs are * the direct result of lack of sportsmanship and'fair play on the'pdrt' of hunters at one time or another. It if .the responsibility of the individual sportsman to make himself 1 welcome in the pheas- ant'territory. It is a mistake and a violation of the Iowa statutes to trespass with dog. or gun on any, closed or cultivated lands other than state owned public shooting grounds without first asking permission of the owner. Hungers, are urged to go to their prospective, hunting territory in plenty of time and Contact the land-owner on whose property they desire to shoot and make .the necessary arrangements. The importance of farmer- sportstnart relationship can not be stressed too greatly. One careless or malicious act on the part of a single hunter may close a given area for a long period of time to all hunters. If every hunter conducts himself as a true sportsman the farmer* sportsman problem will disappear into thin air. A recent survey made by conservation officers on 3200 farms in north Iowa revealed that on 86 percent of the farms in the pheasant territory hunting is permitted, even if the land is posted, when permission is secured from the land-owner. at the schoolhous'e to pack iboxes for foreign relief. Mrs. Merle Bennett gave the lesson. Mrs. Lucille Truelson had the special feature which was a talk by Edna Riche of LeMars, on "Flowers in Hawaii". This lady lived for 25 years on the island of Hawaii and gave a very interesting talk. Visitors were Mrs. Irene Christen, Mrs. M, J, Johnson, iMrs. Merle Bennett, Mrs. Bill Fisher, Mrs. Francis Ewey and Mrs. LuVerne Bennett and Edna Rlchc. Commercial Club Session— The Ottosen Commercial Club enjoyed a dinner meeting at the Hotel Humboldt Thursday evening, Oct. 3. Following the dinner a business meeting was held and to highlight the meeting Mayor O. H. DeGroote of Humboldt ,gave a short talk and Albert Stone of Ottosen showed pictures that he had taken during the centennial celebration at Ottosen. BIG CROWD AT M.A, MEETING, OCT. 8TH '.Ottosen: The P. T. A. met last Tuesday evening in the high scnriol • auditorium with a large crowd attending. The meeting was opened with community singing ledjjby Miss Johnson. The program wa£:"a sfollows: :S6yenth and eighth .grade quiz on; "Indian Projects"; vocal solo bylparlenc Bonnstetter. Centennial pictures taken during the Ottosen centennial celebration and bf the parade were shown by!Albert Stone. , Vocal solo by Carol Jean Vohs; piano" dut by Grace ' Blank and Marian 'Dunn; talk by Rev. Callahan of Gilmore City, vocal solo <by;iMrs. Miles Helmen of Bode;' soitgs by the West Bend girls' sex- tette^ .;•::.:.. •••;,-,., ifylrs. Sylvan Jacobson gave a report on the canning activities and the sohpol now has 1866 quarts of canned 'goods on hand. 1331 V'4 quarts were canned during the summer and the remainder wus donated. Committees for next time are: Refreshment commitee: Mrs. Egon Kjeer, Mrs. Chester Alme, Mrs. Magnus Bratland Mrs. Irvin Mo- Vick, Mrs. Peter Movick, Mrs. S. J. Nelson, Mrs. James Struthers and Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl. •Progressive Club Meets— The Ottosen Progressive club met last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clara Solberg with eleven 'members attending. The meeting was opened by singing Long Long Ago and followed by scripture .by the hostess. Mrs. Glenn Norman gave a very good report on the district convention that was held at Forest City on October 2. Mrs. Helen Van Buskirk gave the lesson. Mrs. Albert Bergum's name was sponsored for membership in the club and she was also a visitor. Ladies Rural Club— The Ladies Rural club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Marion Johnson with fourteen members answering roll call, Your favorite pastime. It was decided to meet on Tuesday, Oct. 22 The Auxiliary of the Amvets met at the home of Mrs. Knut'O pedahl Monday evening. The meeting was carried out in the usual form with Mrs. Ernest Enockson .presiding. The unit voted to donate five dollars each month to a different hospital for birthday parties for the veterans. Following the meeting a lunch was served. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Hollis Cooper. Mrs. Eugene Hofius was a guest. Parents of Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher are the parents of a girl born Saturday morning at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. The babe weighed seven and three-quarters pounds and was named Sara Marie. Mr. and Mr,s. LcRoy Wait and son Bobby of Gerome have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Cooper. George Jensen of Rodman also spent the week end there. The meeting of the Humboldt county American Lesion Auxiliary was held in the Presbyter 1 an church Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 3. The Bode unit had charge of the program. The units were represented-with etoout thirty attending. Mrs. Roy Telford was a visitor. La«t FHdav even in?r dinner guests at the Eugene Hofius home were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford . My William Sharp DDOVS fMMB} xtvty ovr- TOOKOVWTHE •THBV NAPOLEON DECLARED HIMSELF WE LEADER r ME BECAME D/CTATOfi / ANIMAL FARM I A SAT/RE ON COMMUNISM I &GKJRGE ORWELL ] A BOOK-OF-T7E-MON7H CUI8 j . SELECTION noon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Whittemore, Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and sons Ralph and Danny, San Francisco, .Calif., visited Mrs. Augusta Lavrenz and daughter Elda in Algona Monday evening. Thursday afternoon the Lutheran Ladies' Aid met for a regular meeting in the auditorium of the school. Mesdames Hugo Meyer, William Meyer Jr., Lawrence .Meyer, and Leonard Meyer, served the lunch. Mrs. Frank Schumacher returned home from Sioux Falls, S. D., Tuesday everting, where she spent the past week visiting at the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sherman, Sioux Falls. •' The members of St. Paul's Lutheran men's club met in^ the auditorium of the school Tuesday evening. The 'evening was i spent playing 500. Arthur Heidenwith, Henry Kuecker, Geo. Maahs, and George Meyer were on the serving .committee. A number of relatives gathered at the '.Herman Voigt home Sunday evening to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Herman Voigt, which was Monday. Those who were present were Mr." and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle, Mr. and MrS. Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. George Schultz and family, of here, Mrs, J. J, Rosendahl and sons R'alph and .Danny of San Francisco,, Calif,, Mr. . and Mrs. Albert Meyer and family, Lotts Creek, Gerald Ollum, Hurt, Rosella, Evelyn, and Harold Voigt, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Cairy of Sioux Cit./ visited Mrs. Bert Seely at George Meyers home Sunday afternoon. Visits At Swca City • Swea City: Mrs. Emma Nelson, Price, N. D., is visiting at the home of her brother C. A. McAdams. Mr. Nelson died a few months ago. Mrs. Nelson before her marriage was a Kossuth county rural school teacher. , and sons Larry and Deanne, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mr. and Mrs., John Coyle and granddaughter' Dianne, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zin-, nel and daughters Muriel and Leslie, and Mr. and.Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and son Knut Jr. 75c D can's KIDNEY PILLS BIRTHDAY HONORS AT WHITTEMORE 50c Jparta TOOTH' PASTE Yes, it's Lovely! Whittemore: A number gathered at the • Y-U, my Udy, it 1 * . lovely became* Iff * " K*yn«r diamond riri). • The expert workmanship and exquisite ttylins will brins countless ? on.pli- mentifrom admiring Friends. .$Q{* Prices begin at OJ r.i4and Mr.s Henry Kuecker, unday, evening, , to help Mrs. Kuecker celebrate her birthday. Present were Mr: and Mrs. Geo. Maahs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and family, Mrs. Sophia Bell and daughter Adelia of here, and Mr. 'and Mrs.' liam Kuecker, West Bend. 'Cards were played and lunch was served, which was brought by the guests. 50c Mennen's SHAVE CREAM 50c Johnson's BABY POWDER Bcautifu! Box Stationery. -98c Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wallace and Mr. and. Mrs... Arthur Schumacher, Albert Lea, Mirtn., visited here with relatives. Fred Ruhrike* son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ruhn,ke, Whittemore, recently enlisted in the army-and was sent to Fort Sheridan, 111,, for his, training., , Mr. and Mrs. 'Edwin Greinert and',Mr. and.Mrs, Elmer Greinert went to .Spirit Lake'Thurs- 5 Blades and Gillette Tech Razor ... Poopleten • .../•,' , ua: '*Th»t'i really a miracle ihampoo. s Leave* Ireek and ready for any atyle." DOUBLE DARE COLOGNE SI.50 FOREVER AMBER COLOGNE S2.50 IsaU aaallMta. . . . Lusby & LUSBY & GIOSSI SHOP UPHOLSTERING AND FURNITURE •REPAIRING 210 South Dodge St. Algona 'HIS' Trio Shaving Bowl, Aim Shavt lotion, Colo9n. JJ.JO Big Annual Wesley Methodist Church .THERE'S luxury (at rooion«bl« cost) in these selected Htm* (hat wt know men Kk»-!-mq»c«lin4 toiletries, mannislily packaged. , They all have that favgrife "NofthwooaV frg^pnte that ty»rK mgfl enjpys; as fresh and inviggrqting as. an early spring morning In the north woods. Ym'H find Other, in our dij- play of'Hl$<, Toiletries. BAZAAR and ChickenSupper , 16 JVlethodist Chwch •HW Fin. $oap Th/M |!( bs'V fMrjunoV and Intent of School Children ^ i-, ^- 'r,^;£./Tf^^s^*-. i,: x ^^"v^'V/^ te'8a'l«.'rf.>..slite'^l'^MS^'l-M/. L^.L J'et*; 'fi'^&St,^?^.^ day, where they tried their luck at fishing until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and sons Edward arid Richard of Lotts Crsek visited at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Schultz, Sunday, after- wedding invitations and announcements at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 34tf ,,~«v Per Acre. „ A farm near Whitten, Grundjf.* county, recently sold at the of $250 per acre. Floyd kyim chased the 160 acre farm, adjoins the one he owns. S-M-O-O-T-H! /n writing - in appearance EVERSHARP SKYLINE* $f*00' PEN *3 V Th« Nn YouV* htard about «» "TAKE IT OR HAVE IT" with PHIL lAKEft CK»Je»deyNle>t» arid "MAIStE" with ANN SOTHERM 1 CIS • fthtay Nl|lrt» LUSBY & GIOSSI Have We Got 'Em? You Bet! Values! Values! 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