The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 19, 1946
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X PAGE TWO. .. ALGONA UPPER »J5$ MOINES, ALfcONA, IdWA. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns spent Thursday at Estherville with relatives of Mr. Burns. W. A. Poster and T. H. Chris- chilles spent a few days last week in Minneapolis on ;i buying trip. Mrs. Foster nnd Gustn VVinkie accompanied them and visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Glair Blossom are at Iowa City, where Glair is taking a series of treatments for sinus trouble. visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Juluis Baas §r. She is in nurses training at the Iowa Lutheran hospital at Des Moincs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson of St. Benedict spent the week-end in Glndbrook with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Street nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wilt Happe. , Betty LaBarre Arid Bfrrmls Ga- /han, students at Belo)t college, spent the weekend here with Betty's parents, Mr. aikl MrS. C. R. kaBarre. Mrs. Lloyd Dowd ot Spirit' Lake visited in Aigona last week with her mother Mrs. Alvis Hill, and in Huinboldt with her sister and family. Mr?, Fern Hardgrove is brother Frank Mathes ahd ily. Sifte expects to be gone am other three weeks. Mrs. Sylvia Martin went id Melbourne Saturday for a visit of several weeks with he? son 1 in-law and daughter iMr. and Mrs, James Powers. Mr, and Mrs. W, T, GioSsi and' son Billy, and Alan Jacobson of Greene, and Dr. and Mrs, J. A. Herrig attended the Minnesota?Pasadena, Calif., visiting her Iowa football game. NO. 28 OP A CKNTKNNIAL YEAR SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County Dean Andrews Going north from Alsona on Highway 109, about 7 miles from four corners, you pass the modern farm home of Dean Andrews. Dean Andrews and his family moved to the ulaee. in l!l.')8. and the hou^e was completed that same year. Uccause of the modern appearance of the home, the Andrews place has become something of a highway landmark. Dean farms 160-acres—and his crops of corn and oats were exceptionally sood this year. He has about GO head of hoss and right now is feeding eight young calves. Mrs. Andrews is the former Blar.v .lean I-udwig of West Bend. There are three children in the family Rochellc. 10; .1. D. III. li; and a little blue-eyed blonde beauty, Pamela, just 5. Dean believes things will "be leveling off" in a few years. IOWA FACTS The first soil conservation district in Iowa was organized in April, lf)40. At present there are 49 districts covering nearly 17,000,000 acres. In spite of this hiore than 150,000,000 tons of Iowa's top soil were carried away in 1944. Good soil conservation practices arc gradually reducing this toll. This is a modern hank in every respect— hut it is not n machine. For as we see it, a hank has to be human and understanding—it has to he accomodating and helpful—it has to be warm and friendly. That, we think, is your IOWA STATE. RALPH MII.I.KR, President HAROLD GILIVIORE, Cashier ROY McMAIIONT, AssU Cashier •jf With the passing of each year, a great number of facts are added to man's increasing store of knowledge. Not over seventy-five years ago a man of superior intelligence could possess 4 working knowledge of all of science. Now, however, the realm of the known is so vast that it is necessary for merj to specialize in order to master one small hut deep corner of scientific knowledge. Thus we have the physician, who diagnoses disease and prescribes medication ahd treatment. The pharmacist compounds and dispenses. Doth the physician and fhe pharmacist benefit greatly from the researches of the biologist, the chemist, the physiologist, and the physicist, to name but a few. Through the teamwork of the allied sciences, increasingly better medical service for all is assured, THUENTE PHARMACY PHONE 252 ALGONA, IOWA Holiday Hats Costume Jewelry Aprons Hand Bags Neck Scarfs Afternoon Dresses House Frocks Handmade Articles Gloves Blouses White and Tcarose Slips Neckwear Large Size Panties House Coats Silk Hose Neckwear Handkerchiefs Sweaters Skirts Handbags The ELITE Make a pilgrimage (n "Economy-land" by coming to THUENTE'S for outstanding Thanksgiving Values, for health and beauty aids to help you feel your best and look your best for the Holiday . . . and every day! They proclaim BIGGER SAVINGS — safe savings — for you because you'get the proven quality . . . tlu- known satisfaction ... of nationally advertised brands at the lowest possible prices. This IF. our way of giving thanks for your valued friendship and patronage. BROMO SELTZER ALKA SELTZER HALO SHAMPOO .4g c SQUIBB MINERAL OIL ................. 89c BATH SOAP ......... 4 bars $|.Q0 FITCH SHAMPOO ....... ........ 89* LADY ESTHER COMBINATION 98o ($1.03 Value) MUCH To Be Thankful For WE'RE THANKFUL . . • That as pharmacists; we're, able to render a very valuable service to the community ... That our protcssion- al skill and integrity enjoy every respect, and. confidence . . . That with the wonderful new meelica! anc! pharmaceutical galiu; we can deliver morr and improved benefits to our patrons . . , That the people we serve arc people we like and esteem . . . Yes. we've counted our blessing's, and find we have MUCH to bt thankful for! RUBBER GLOVES SPARKLETS 10 for ELECTRIC OQ AA VAPORIZERS $VilHI PENCIL 75c 85c ELECTRIC HEAT PADS OLU SPICE SHAVE LOTION JNJECTOR BLADES $1 75c PIPES LISTERINE SHAVE SHAVE BRUSHES 8 i|||for«96 «. f 06 Vt* Add 20% Federal excise t to Cosmetics ' Mr. > and M*|, Clali Cudahy, Wis,,' arflv' day to make a brother nnd will Western Buyers'. wesiern Buyers. i Mrs. Ethel .Chubb accompanied her son-in-law "ahd daughter' Dr. and Mrs. Bob Dewel to Minneapolis Friday. They visited till Monday with Mr. and Mrs. William Chubb, , Mr. arid Mrs, CUm* Hood attended the Wedding of Mrs. Hood's nephew Glal'c fted! Eileen Yock,,Wast Bend, '-,.,.., morning at 8:30 at the St. Peter and Paul Catholic church, Moines ThiirsdaJ' to make the acquaintance of her grandsorf, John McCall Griffin, soft of lyfr, and Mrs, Jnmeg Griffin. l*he babys niotiher is, the former Catherine McCall, •:• Mr. and M(rs, Albert globe went to Minneapolis Friday morning and attended the Min* nesbta-Iowa football game. During their absence Mrs. Slobe's mother Mrs. Martha Rammer, cared fpr the children. Mr. and Mrs. Alwln Huenhold, H. F. Huenhold and Victor Samson Attended a convention of the Society .of Iowa Florists held at Fort Dodge a couple of days last week. The meetings were held at the Wahkonsa hotel. L. M, Chrisiensen of Estherville is recovering from a heart attack and the fore part .of last week was able to sit up for the first time. He is a brother of Roy Ohristensen, and a member of the CJiristenSen Bros. firm. Mr. and Mrs. Leon E. Cartwright left Tuesday for Denver, Colo., wfhere they will make their home. Mr. Cartwright had been the district manager for the Oelweih Chemical Co. the past year.' He will now enter the squab business. Jean Fitch left the first of last week for Long Beach, Calif. She made the trip with an uncle and aunt from Estherville, who were driving out. Jean, who formerly was employed at the Aigona creamery, plans to visit northern California later. Duane Lee and Marie, months and 19 months old children respectively of Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, recently became ill with whooping cough Gladys Gustin, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Gustin also is having a siege of it. Josie McEvoy spent Friday and Saturday at Ocheyedan with the Chris Reeses, who formerly lived in:Aigona while Mr. Rees was news-editor of the Ai- gona Upper Des Moines. Mrs. Reese's: healtti is much improved. The Reeses own the Ocheyedan Arrow. '"• Mr. and Mrs. Paul James had as guests Mrs. Roy James, mother of Paul of Carlisle, who came last Monday and remained till early in the week and Mr. and Mrs. Kerrnit Burtis of Waterloo, who remained over the week- faTSfl ' TWTt*a 'T3i n»* \rr !„ n^' n !_j .. • _ *• an M, end, Mrs. Burtis is a Jsister of Mrs. James. " , Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders left Wednesday for Chicago to spend a. few days with their daughter Jeannette Falkenhain- er and daughter Linda. From there they will go south to spend the winter and will also visit their daughter Mrs. Norman Walker, Columbia, N. C. Mrs. Minnie Long arrived Wednesday morning from Chicago, where she landed by plane the previous week from San Francisco and after a few days visit with relatives came here to re-open her home on jN. Phillips street. She has been living near San Francisco the past few years. If M. J6HM |nd 8nd Mrfi'R. D. Jpnes of 58,n; were lufldey. guests of Mr, d MP& John Adams. The R, , s era parents of 'R, D. Jones and Mrs. Adams. The Jones men are working at Spirit Lake, where & number of cottages and boat houses me being erected on the Qkobojis. „ , Mr. and Mrs. C. R, Schoby and daughter Kathryn leave the 'first of, next week for Philadelphia to :sty Mrs, (Schoby's twin sister, ;rs. Don Cash and family. Mr. and Mrs, Sohoby will bfe gone about two weeks, but Kathryn, Who has boon employed at the Lu*y & Golssl store, will remain for a longer stay, Recent guests 6f Mr, arid Mrs. p. S. Htttchinsqn were Mr. and Mrs. Robej-t Cjark and daughters pally and Sue of Humboldt. Mr, and Mrs. William Stolley Jr. of Arnold's Pqrk were over-night guests of the Hutahjnsons Thursday. THey were ertroute to Minneapolis. Mr. Stolley is a brother of Mrs. Hutehirtson. Mr, and Mrs, Williem Kessinger and daughter Pamela of Carlinsville, 111,, spent last week visiting here with Mrs. Kegsin- ger's parents, Mr, and Mrs, Ross Calhoun, and other relatives. They were accompanied by Loren Berger and Glen Pruitt also of Carlinsville. Mrs. Kessinger is the former Lucille Calhoun. C. H, Osiwinkle gave' an address at the annual Memorial day services of the Knights of Columbus at Dyersville a week ago Sunday. His speech was on "Our Deceased Brothers." He also transferred his membership in the K. of C. from Aigona to Dyersville and Alta Vista during the week and returned to Ai- gona Saturday. Mrs. Fred H. Erickson of St. Benedict with Mrs. ' Clarence Galloway of Corwith attended a dinner at Wahkonsa Hotel, Fort Dodge, last Tuesday evening. The dinner was given by Mrs. Nelle Sexton of Spencer, district deputy of the Royal Neighbors of America, and was presided over by Mrs. Grace McCurdy, supreme oracle. Mrs. Erickson is oracle and Mrs. Galloway is recorder of the Corwith camp. Bob Harrington, who is located at Des Moines, spent last weekend with Mrs. Harrington and Timmie. Mrs. John Ferguson and baby went back with him and win visit -her family several days. • Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson have moved to Park Rapids, Minn. The R. P. Pettigrews.who bought the Hudson "Dinette" some time ago, now occupy the Hudson house on East Call street. . — Mr. and M«» A. ft. Sotehatdt recently vlsttet} Mr, and MtS l Hi A. Walk ftt QfBfton. Mrs. Walk is a 3}$ter at Mrs. Borohardt, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Helmke of Swea City spent Wednesday with their daughter and son-in- law* Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ingebrit" Tho g^tS you select here will make a joyous Christmas for everyone- Use our jayaway plan and shop now while the! stock is most complete. Tie and Collar Sets Key Chain* NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING To the Members of the Kossuth County Agricultural Association, (all residents of Kossuth County are members): .You are hereby notified that on the 25th day of November, 1946, at 8;00 p. m. at the Court Room, Aigona, Iowa, the Annual Meeting of the Association will be held. The purpose of fhis meeting is to transact such business as may regularly come before it, including the election of three directors. Directors whose terms ejcpire are: Fred Kollasch, Claude Seely and L. Thoreson. A. L. BROWN, Secretary. ; WATCHES A gift of a good watch is one that will be enjoyed for many years. Our selection of men's and women's watches is at itp best. You will find many styles in a wide range of prices. Billfolds— Pens — Pencils Stamped With Your Name in 22K Gold at No Additional Cost Gift Suggestions S»« ' ;Cas©S'''V;Mr Dresser Sets Fountain Pens < Manicure Sets • ; . v . Trays -Electric Clocks GIFTS - WATCHES WATCH REPAIR Announcement SCOTT M.BURPEE General. Agent Announces the Appointment of WM. C. ZIMMERMAN I f . ' ' Farmers! POWER JACKS Made To Order To Suit Your Own Special Requirements By The NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL UFE INSURANCE CO, pf Milwaukee, Wisconsin As special agent for K0S- BHth and adjacent <">un* ties in foe.(few & Ufa In* eurance Programming, r$» Mremeni income and bust' ness insurance, fowl. r v > . Emergency Repair Work Done Immediately! Bring Your Emergency Work In- We Will Turn Jt Out At Once EXPERT WELDING . AH Work Guaranteed NOR MAN ,r- PHONE

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