The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1946 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 22, 1946
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. 22, ,1046 APM.IAHCI WIWN<S or ALL KINDS ELICTRICAL CONTRACTINC Aiconfl £L£(TRIC PMOME 20-206WEST STATE ST. Moineg Want Ada Briiii? Results. The Warmth of Fur! The Appearance Of Vur With Extra Serviceability! GIRLS' Fur Fabric GOATSCJ GREY PERSIAN-TYPE Kurlymo fabric com with red. or green .slictlunil facing, collur, imil poclc- el .trim. Warmly lined. Size* 7 to 14 yrs., 17.90 STENCILED LEOPARD fur-fabrir rout with red or preen glictland trim and facing, liuyon lined, nriincd. Sizes 7 lo 14 yrs. Select Noiv! USE GUI! LAY-AWAY PLAN PETERSON, YOUNG TOPPINTOTAIS Elmer Peterson of the Woodman Insurance team in bhe Kossuth Bowling League carried off the honors, last week, by turning in game of the week, 233, and also having a three-'game series of 622. However, Al Young of the same team had the highest single game, with a 241. As a result, tfie Woodman team trailed the league- leading Old Style pin men by only a single game, while the dark horse Jaycee five was in third. Other 200 plus bowlers: John Grotte (210), Paul Seeley (215), Roman Waldera (204), Ralph Donovan (204), Chan Dailey (224), Hank Johannsen (223), Harold Lampright (216), Hank fuvst (214), Julie Baas Jr. (201), Julie Baas Sr. (203), Ted Chris- chilles (202), Intel-mill (204), R. Krominga (205), L. Y/inkel (211), jnd Matt Amfahr 200. League Standings: Team Won Lost Old Style Lager 16 2 Woodman Ins. 15 ' 3 aycces 14 4 Britt ..13 5 Vlullins Hybrid 12 6 >mvilac ; 12 6 lank's ...12 0 Pioneer Seed 11 7 Hurt 11 7 Bauer Implement 9 9 uone Rock '0 10 Kanawha _. 7 n K. of C. 7 11 Fisher Garage 7 11 Herb's Ghosts 5 13 Swift's 5 13 Consumers . 5 13 \lpona Barbers 4 14 Percival Motor 4 14 Bradley Bros. 3 15 And in the woman's league the Upper Des Moines Publishing team and Druggists Mutual remained in a tie for first place with six wins and three defeats while Modern Dry Cleaners and Modernistic Beauty Shop were tied for the other positions with three wins and six lost games. Top bowlers among the gals, those with games of 150 or better: Katherine Kelly (159), Jean Fitch (172), Mary Frances .Carney (187), Mary T. Bestenlehner (170), Valeria Butts (181), Mildred Gilmore (166), Eleanor Sorenson (155), Doris Colberg (192), and Jeanne Hemmingsen (160). Nine Couples Get Licenses To Marry A total of nine . wedding licenses were issued in the past week, as follows: Oct. 15—Richard Milne, Duluth, and Evalyn Peterson, Bancroft. Oct. 16—Raymond C. Kittleson, Northwood, and Floretta E. Burtness, Gordonsyille, Minn. Oct. 1.7—Robt. M. Fleming, Whittemore, and Leona Susann Wagner, Algona; . Norman B. •Helmke, Renwick,: and LaVonne ^ALGONA UPPER DE5J MffiNES, ALGOttA, Gets feller's Autograph Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Rising -ac companied by Arlene Spilles arid Wanda Sherman, spent froirt Thursday till Saturday at Des Momes. They attended the Al Ian Jones entertainment at the "K. R. N. T." auditorium, Thursday evening. A much treasured gift they brought home to their son Jon was the autograph of Bob Feller who' was seen by Mr. Rising as he was leaving the ho* tel. Mr. Rising had a bright yel* low sheet of paper in his pocket, and the famous ball player graciously wrote his name across it; "for my son Jon," Mr. Rising explained. CLINTON OATS FOR EVERYONE IN 1948 If the 1947 season is at all favorable, Iowa fanners should produce enough Clinton oats to sup* ply seed for the entire oat acreage the following year, says Joe L. Robinson, Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station agronomist. The 539 farmers who receives Clinton oats for increasing the seed this year have harvested about 720,000 .bushels of the new, oats, Robinson reports. Using two bushels of scctl per acre, the amount recommended for maximum increase, this should be enough for 360,000 acres during the coming year. Need 15 MiH'on. If the average yield is GO bushels, as it- approximated this summer, some 21 million bushels of Clinton oats shoul'.l be ava lable for 1943 seeding. Normally, about 15 million bush:-;ls cf secd'.&fe: required anmuiUy to sow Iowa's 5 million. acres of oats. , .._,. ... In addition to the in^rei-^e' : of Think Harbert* To Return Home Soon • Onion: Word, from Ralph Har- bcrts to his .wife here is that he is improving right along and is able to sit up part of the time. His wife and some relatives from Grundy Center are leaving this wcok to join him in hopes he will soon be able to -come homo and they can bring him back. Mr. Harbciis was injured in -PAGE Pittsburg while on a trip, and has been confined in a hospital there. Celia Leek 24, of near Bennett, was found drowned in a stock lank on the Henry Rentier fafiii \* recently. Miss Leek was injured in an auto accident in 1940 arid ' had not been in good health : since. Officials ascribed trt<* ; ; death to suicide. . \ • FEEDER CALF SHOW AND SALE Central Yards — Tracy, Minn. Friday, October 25 10 A. M. — AUCTION I P. M. SHARP Liberal l'ri/cs Offered for Choice Calves Consigned for Show and Excellent Opportunity for 4-H Club Members to Secure Calves for Club Work Telkamp, Lakpta. Oct. 18—Donald Koppen and Helen Behrends, Lakota; William Huffman and Alice R. Helming, Waukon. Oct. 19—Richard H. Bierstedt and Alice Heinrich, Whittemore; Dale Herzberg, Ames, and Mav^s E. Nyman, Bancroft; Robert Johansen and Phyllis Frank, Minneapolis. Soybean Combines In Union Twp. Busy Union: .Louis Schumacher combined soybeans for Russell Fischer; Roy Adams combined for Frank Thompson and Lester Johnson; Delos Gardner combined several acres .besides 'his own. Louis Schumacher has 80 acres to -combine for himself. He does considerable custom combining. Clinton seed made available by farmers this year, the Experiment Station at It/,va St?t.e Co"£'.?e has again made availablz about the same amount of Cl'nton seed that was. released to (armors last year, or more than 20,000 cbushels. Release Ucnlun. Sead of Benton oat;., a sister selection of Clinton, also is being sent to about one grower per county. Robinson says Banton so far compares 'fairly close in yield with Clinton. It grows somewhat taller, however, and is a little more uniform in maturity. Because of its greater height, it may find favor over Clinton in the northeast Iowa dairy section where straw is valued highly. It also may have a slight edge in light soil areas. ' , ; All seed is again being handled through county committeemen. - : - ..... y /I Jack Buschers Have A Six Pound Son" Union: Mr. and Mrs. "Jack? Buscher are the parents of a 6 ib. son born last Wednesday afternoon at the KosBUth hospital in Algona. This is their first child .. grandchild for Mr. and '. Buscher west of Algona. „ •„,?.;,„ , iMr. and JVTi;s. P.. A. Carnpnej?,_pf Union also are sharing in the hon-' or. 'Mrs. Buscher was the former Clarice Campney. He has 'been named Dennis John. Riverdale 4-H Has Installation Party St. Joe: The Riverdale Rustlers 4-H Birls met at the home of Darlene Kohlhaas, Saturday, Oct. 19, and the members 1 installed new officers for the coming year in a candlelight ceremony. Alma Schultz spoke on the new projects. Eleanor Loebach was a guest and all members were present. A lunch was served by Darlene Kohlhaas and Gloria Steele, hostess and assisting hostess respectively. OCTOBER IS ANNIVERSARY MONTH I "Papa Says No" Is 4 LuVerne Play, Nov. 5 Lu Verne: The Junior class of the LuVerne high school will present its class play 'Papa Says No' a three-act comedy Tuesday evening November 5th in the high school gymnasium! under the direction of Miss Betty Conner. The cast will include Merlyn Swanson, Barbara Meyer* Lyle Fenton, Earl Gronbach, James Phillips, Mildred Lenz, Doris Schipull, Darrell Nielson, Celia Bowman, Geneva Wilson, Delores Lund, Geraldine Henderson, Marcia Downs and Eobert Stauffaeher. To Speak At Bode Bode: Ralph W. Ashbaugh of the Bode high school faculty will speak at the regular monthly meeting of the Bode P. T. A. on Tuesday evening, October 22, CHICKEN .SUPPER Presbyterian Church Burt, Iowa WED,, OCT, 30 Serving Begins at 5 o'clock Chicken Dressing AJaehed Potatoes Relish Plate Green pea« s . Coffee Children, o| Church • *^J. The Fashions You've Been Asking for in An Important . , . DRESS EVENT 30 lif WITH CITY CLUB NOW ru. SHOW XXJATRICKHOUPINI TAUGHT ME- JUST PICK I CAN PO THAT ONE BUT EVERY TIME HE COGS IT I 3ET A NEW BOTTLE OF }1 S-/ THE ONLY GOOP TRICK HE'3 SOT 15 LETTING HIS FRIEND MAKE HIS SCHMIDTS PISAPPEAR • SOLID TONE RAYON CREPES • PRINTED RAYON CREPES •RAYON FAILLE • PASTEL WOOLS • RAYON SERGE OCTOBER IS ANNIVERSARY MONTH — AT ... —Classic Coat Dresses — Shirtwaist Types New Sleeve Details — Tailored Fashion* —Smart Dress-up Typus Junior Sizes '. r 4:..>, Misses Sizes Women's Sizes ..38 lo 46 Half Slzea ..18^ to OCTOBER IS Fashion decree*: — ANNIVERSARY MONTH FORTUNATE GOVERNMENT SURPLUS PURCHASE The theme is glider Tor glum, our! Perky veiled felta in the trend to naillieuds «nd epur- kling gequins, Made lo Rigid Marine Specification* Men's Heavyweight Elastic Knit, SHORTS Wll«4 r i*? need them! . r ,,

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