The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 5, 1946
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PAGE tWO.._. New Girl Born Ta Wesley Family Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs are the proud parents of a 9-pound baby girl born in the Kossulh hospital Monday evening, October 28. They have two other children, Sharlenc and Douglas. Mrs. Downs is the former Elaine Downs. Ed's mother Mrs. Kalh- erine Downs is caring for the household ,dwties< Licenses To Wed Three licenses to wed were issued in the past week ,in the clerk of court's office, here. They went to Richard O. Martin, Augusta, Maine,, and Car'mel Lich- leig, Wesley; John A. Lentsch, Algona, and Rosena "Thilges, Bode; Harvey F. Mefgen and Charoltte A. Harm, Whittemore. NO. 2G OF A CENTENNIAL VEAtt SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossutrr County Emil Lovstad In Plum Crock township, just a few rods north of the county gravel pit, you come to the plajce farmed by Emil Lovstad. As you enter the yard, you will probably be noisily greeted by Rex, a dos: that is "some itind of terrier", as Emi) describes him. Emil is one of the younger Kossuth farmers, liav- liiff farmed the 160 acres he is now on only since 1939. He has good crops this year—corn, beans and oats. There are about 70 Poland China hogs on the place, and Emil usually milks G or 7 cows. Mrs. Lovstad is the former Phyllis Coleman of Al- »ina, and there are two children in the Lovstad family —Billy, 7, and Marcella, just one year old. Like other farmers. Emil is looking for things, to "levc.l off" hi the future. IOWA FACTS The first hogs raised in Kossuth county were of the prairie rooter variety, construct- ed on the lines of an Arkansas razorback. There are well over half a hundred ways in which this bank can serve you . . . and all of these many services are yours for the asking. HTATH RALPH MH.LER, President HAROLD GILMORE, Cashier ROV McMAHON, Asst. Cashier "CAPTAIN OF THE MEM OF DEATH if Pneumonia is a disease which strikes swiftly and proceeds quickly and dramatically to a crisis. Until recent years little could be done to help the patient. The brief decisive struggle between the infection and the patient earned for pneumonia the dreadful title, "Captain of the men of death." In the parlance of the army, the captain has been •"busted." First came antipneumococcic serum, which removed one bar. Later, powerful sulfa drugs teamed up ,with serum to completely break the captain. Both of these powerful weapons are kept in readiness in our prescription department, waiting pnly for the physician's older. THUENTE PHARMACY First, Second Place Winners. In Recent Letter Contest Here Last week's Upper Des Moines carried news of the winners in the recent letter writing contest conducted by The Algona Chamber of Commerce. Pictured below are the winners of first and second place. Cuts of the pair did not arrive in time for publication in the last ssuc. Subject of the letters was 'Why I Like Algona." MRS. IIOLLIS WILSON of Lu- Verne, winner of first place in the recent letter writing contest spon- scred by local firms, is pictured above. GERALD ANGUS, above, won second .place in the recent Chamber ol' Commerce letter contest. He has been farming with his father since th.e spring of 1942 on the home place near Bancroft. He holds a B. E. degree from Illinois Teachers College, DeKalb, 111. He and Mrs. Angus are the parents o? two children—the fourth generation in the county—Jerry, 3, and June, 1. » Union Two. Youth Honored At K. U. Union: LI. Taskor Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson, who is finishing his B. A. degreo at Kansas Stale ' college at Manhattan, Kan., was recently given the distinguished honor to bo elected president of the Radio Actor's Guild. This is an honorary fraternity for all students in the college doing outstanding work in radio. He has re-enlisted in the army. PHONE 252 ALGONA IOWA Mrr. Anna Schneider Of Burt Succumbs Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Schneider of Burt who died Saturday afternoon at Burt, were to be hold this afternoon, Tuesday, Nov. 5, at the Burt Lutheran church, with Rev. Wright ofici- ating. Burial will be in Burt. Mrs. Schneider was born Sept. 30, Ui74, in Germany. She had been a resident of Burt for the past 44 years. She is survived by her husband, Frank. Full obituary facts were not available Monday, and will be can-led in Thursday's paper. .ALGONA Wesleyans Adopt 5 Mos. Baby Girl Wesley: Mr. ;mcl Mrs. Leonard Arndorfor went to Sioux City last week where they adopted a five and a half month old blue-eyed baby girl, Victoria Ann. They have one other adopted child, Danny, who will be five years old in January. A Broken Wrist j Mrs. J. O. Paxson, who broke her wrist in a fall some time ago, is recovering nicely. She enjoyed a visit from her daughter, Mrs. F. B. Sehaffer of Mason City for several days last week. It will be another week before the cast can be removed from her wrist. Mrs. Ethel Chubb is Illinois BOWUNfiTOim Old Style Lager edged back into a slight lead in the Kossuth Bowling League, last week, while Hank's Barbers moved up into third, in the major changes of the week. Bill Geering of Algona and Ol" son of Wesley turned in three game series of over 601. Geering had 601 and Olson 606. High score for the week went to H. Anderson of Burt with a 226. Other high games: Geering (212). M. I. Lichter (206), Fred Davis (201), Walker (202), D. Ball (207), John Grotte (210), Matt Amfahr (320), A. Krominga (209), Elmer Peterson (201), Ralph Donovan (203), Chan, Dailey (204), Hank Furst (224), Olson (221), and Chas. Davis (202). Leagues landings: Team W Old Style ............................ 21 Woodman Ins ..................... 20 Hank's .................................. 16 Tanvilac .............................. 1C Mullins Hybred ................ 10 Tavcees ................................ 15 Brilt .......................... : ........... 15 Pioneer ............................... '.14 Bauer Imp ......................... 14 Burt ...................................... 13 Kanawha ............................ 11 K. of C ................................. 11 Lone Rock .......................... 10 Fisher Garage .................... 9 Herb's Ghosts .................... 8 Consumers Food ................ 8 Swifts .................................... 7 Algona Barbers ............. ...6 Bradley Bros .............. . ...... 5 Percival Motor .................. 5 . The Algona Upper Des Moines') girls' team took undisputed lead in the woman's league with three wins over the Druggists' Mutual. Standings: ;' Team • W L Upper Des Moines ............ 10. 5 Modern Cleaners .............. 8, 7 Druggists Mutual ............. . 7 v ' y Modernistic ....................... :".S 10 Ann Kelly of the Modern Dry Cleaners team turned in a 205, and Val Butts of the Druggists' Mutual bowled a 203 game for the week's high single games. . Nonresident for the first six tlays of the SMS- on in Kpssuth totaled $1,083.50 in the office of the. cminty recorder, Clara Walker; fllbfte , a report shows. There tfere 77 licenses sold, as compared with 24 during the -same period^last year. . Illinois' led otit-of>state hunters with 37, Missouri was second with 18, KansasVtJilrd with ten, and Indiana, Minnesota, Califor- Kentucky nia, Oklahoma.;: and with one oi» moi% Syfea ?Ci^i feiftietH Heathef* afriv > 6fd Wednesday for , a vistt at tHS- pafefitat s S"am Heath* ersljavsj home and with other rel* atives. KennetH is employed by the Army Transportation Co., Ches^ftfive At $?2S Swea City: Chairman ttay Smith reports $728.20 had been collected up until Wednesday f pi? the community chest fund. The quota is $1000.00 but there' are still some who have n&t yet' been solicited. L> 3 4 • 8 8 tt 9 9 10 10 1,1 13 1314 15 16 16 '17 18 19 19. Suttday and Monday, Nov. 10-11 ' A MASTERPIECE OF ENTERTAINMENT! Maggie at tier Best-As an Irish Lass With a Heart- of Cold—And Three Gold-Digging Godfathers I'TIs the Screen's First Little Lady- In The Finest Role of Her Career! It's a laughter- and-tears thrill-hit! ,^|:|ij|pSS»^K^^ -."" ;.C' *i v ''..' -•/•. ,-" ; '' •'•''-- '•''• ''-"•; *'-:'•',• ''~i'if^,^'f^'^i-y'^~'M-ff^^^' ; ^'-}^'= -. : '•''' '••" : " -.''I^-'V'T 'i^V-iV'.,AV,* '-''pv^-'.Vvi''^ v^f^S'^^i'^yf^^ ' " ' ''^w^^^^^^M<^!&j^^, • t -."..'' P) i ''T^^' V ''-^f't jj -f 'Jnf't'j: •'• ' |S1 4'- •,'- ' 'tf' - - . ' . *• ) '''''tyf'^' "" . .,. II: veterans are ad* vised, that the government ' is; eager "to start paying accumulated millions in war veteran's ;ltv» surance dividends-Husl as^ s66ft as it eart figure out who gets how* much. , ;:'••, M&mwhile the ; tin/paid; j dlVl-' detid are serving as thohey iflUte bank- for the policy, Mold&fsV earning interest at %%. After -initial payments dividends will; be, declared annually.; ; /, Mr. and Mrs; Martin l/timfedohi Mrs. Glenn Gabrlelson and Glennda Sue attended the pro> gram at the Doan sohoolhoUse Thursday:-fevening. Barrel arid' fthonda; :Hamwond are pupils -at that school. • ../? . 'of ^wieA^ttj* sehoote for tha '15,years.,ahd highly regarded as , dhe'i of 'tni', outstanding schdoi •me« ot .this 1 section r&f the state, * tf&p M6fiored! last week, by being 'eleibteii • lbf r tne Idwa ihlgh schcfpl..".' llecfed to.'tH6.^owa High Sohe-bt:,; 'Afhle.tlci, association's board .of; i Me : will represent notth-i.' ,.__ ..__., IB votes, winning • ftem/A'Af'OiJHeitmaA' of SitJux .^ ^. CftytWh 1 *, Had 7'0. Schuler will :. succeed f J HMy "Ilsley 'of Spirit" ' Lake*-' ,''-.. : . • , •' .'•'••!.' BtiY V6tt-SE&L: You'll gof.,£• before you can better '&i of * Aldfeig want ads! "."r Tuesday, Wedncsda^artd;Thui'sday l Noy. 5-6-7 Kossuth Rates Second Kbssuth county was ranked second in egg production of all Iowa counties, a U. S. bureau of census report recently released declares. How the census was made of the eggs is not explained. Host To Employees Ralph Dieckmann entertained Algona Baking Co. employes at a dinner held Tuesday evening, Oct. 29 with a special program presented by Don White of Minneapolis during the evening. Mr. White is a magician of note. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bown, Herb Hedlund-.and Fred Kent Jr. WANT ADS BRINGS Rl MARGARET OBRIEN M. 6. M.'s I hree Wise FOOLS £W1S EOW1RD •BARRVMORE-STONE 'ARNOLD RAY COLLINS :' JANl"'DARWEI.L ' • THOMAslillTCHELl Added, "Gi Piggy Bank Robbery" COUGHS due to colds are eased, sticky phlegm loosened up, irritated upper breathing passages are soothed ana relieved, by rubbing Vicks VapoRub on throat, chest ana back at bedtime. Blessed relief as VapoRub PENETRATES to upper bronchial tubes with its special medicinal vapors, STIMULATES chest and back surfaces like a wanning poultice. Qften by morning most of the misery of the cold is gonel Remember— ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this special double action. 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