The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 19, 1946
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ii Tgesday, Nov. 19 Httb Third Section Union Woman 2 Truckloads Turkeys i: Union: ,Mrs. Mary Llearence, Mip is anotHei 4 of Union's large Jl^Hpy t raisers, marketed two truck, loads last week. That wns about 700 'birds. Mrs, Lieur- ence, a widow, 'resides on' the John Sholtes farm and two children attend school in Algona. She has a few turkeys left to market. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS AT LOW * COST * READ THE WANT ADS GRALNEK MOTORS FORT DODGE, IOWA 1012 First Avenue No. CONGRATULATES THE \ Allen Motor Company of Algona On the Grand Opening of Their New Building! * THOMPSON DISTRIBUTING CO. NAPA MEMBER ALGONA AND FORT DODGE Wholesale Automotive Supplies AliLE^^^^^^ MOTOR COMPANY Here Are Our Best Wishes / for Every Success! OUR CONGRATULATIONS to Allen Motor Company On the Opening of Their New Building GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY Wholesale Auto Supplies / ALGONA, IOWA CON6RWULATIONS tm*yism®m PlPi; !£W^,. msw^y'^ ! ''~&y^ •'--» ; •. J?llt.%S£ ; ' : l\:;^-" ; / JKHr "* 1V: OPENING FRIDAY, SATURDAY NEW STRUCTURE IS LATEST ADDITION TO CITY EXPANSION The Allen Motor Co. will hold its grand opening in its new location and new building next Friday nnd Saturday. The firm Is now located at Diagonal and Elm streets. Free doughnuts and coffee will be available and some token of appreciation will be provded for ladies who visit the new building during the formal opening, Perhaps the only structure of its kind in this section of the state, the Allen Motor building is 40x100 feet in size, and' a Quonset type 'building 1 . However, lest any G, I.'s misinterpret the word Quonset/ it should be stated that the interior is furnished in a manner that will not seem familiar to any veteran. While the exterior presents the appearance of the usual, large- size Quonset hut, the interior has been completely insulated, and an inside shell of celotex provides a smooth finish. The ceiling has been leveled off with celotex, and a complete battery of flourescent lights gives tihe interior the brilliance of daylight. When Wayne Allen found that he had 90 days to vacate his old location on State St., which is toeing remodeled for a Marshall Wells store, he purchased the new site and within 90 days the new structure was completed. Wayne and his son, Gerry D. Allen, recently released from the army air corps, head up the management, with four employees in the organization. They are R. D. Hutdhins, J. A. Berends, D. A. Kajowski and Louis Martin, the latter a man who has been in the automobile 'body rebuilding business since 1920, and who will be in charge of the Allen'Motor .body shop. This is the firm's th'ird location in Algona. The .firm began business here in 1940. Mr. Allen came here from Omaha after •being in business in Nebraska .for ten years.,:...Prior, to that- he was in the automobile'business in Pocahontas for 17 years. He is a native of Pocahontas. - Gerry Allen entered the army m 1942, served in the air corps, and was releasde from service last February. He then became associated with his father. He L married and has a daughter Marilyn, now taking nurses training at Mason City. New Youth Leader For Farm Bureau Marvin Julius of Gilmorc City has been employed jointly by the Kossuth Farm Bureau and the extension service as a youth leader assistant. He will devote his time to boys' 4-H work. He began work Nov.. 1. He came here from military service, serving three .years in the army engineers. Prior to that he had two years at Iowa State college. He is single but his folks still live on a farm in Pocahontas county. Mrs. W. L. Heerdt Hostess To S. S. Class Union: Mrs.' W. L. Heerdt was hostess td the members of her Sunday school class of the Baptist church at her home here last Tuesday afternoon. Eighteen ladies attended. A nice program and. sewing were enjoyed. Roll call was "Where would you go^ if you were given a 30- day notice to move" To Navy School Thomas F. Moe, 17, son. of Mr. and 'Mrs. Ralph Moe, 313 W. Call S,t, has qualified for; training as a carpenter's mate at the Navy Seabee base at Port Hueneme, Calif. He entered the ser- carpenter's mate third class : .00 ATTEND BODE SAP SHOOT, 11TH Bode: A crowd of 500 attended the trap-shooting here Armistice day, and over 3000 clay pigeons made the welkin ring throughout the day, beginning at 11 o'clock in the morning. A canteen .lunch was served by the ladies of the Auxiliary during afternoon and evening. Is In Train Wreck Lulu Johnson, enroute home to Bode from Mason City on the Great Western to Fort Dodge, happened to be one of the pas- 'Sengers in the train wreck near Clarion. However, she was met there by her uncle and preceded on her way to Bode, where she spent Sunday with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skaug- stad were Humboldt shoppers Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson attended the state flower show exhibit in thd Wahkonsa hotel, Fort Dodge, Sunday, November 10. ; Roger Olson, student at Iowa State college, and Mr. and •Mrs. Stanton N. Olson of Rock Island, 111., were home for Armistice day. <, Miss Marie Hegg has returned to hi-r homo in Sioux Falls, S D., after a visit at the Thomaa Selvig home and with other friends here. Kennison Hayes, Charles A. Moore, and Floyd A. Sensing, hunters from Waterloo, were entertained at dinner Tuesday at the P. O. Esmay home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knudsen of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pavey of Fort Dodge wore recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanson. The'Torkel Aures entertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Reid and son John Hugh of Hubbard, and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Norma and daughter Phyllis of Chicago. Others present were the hosts mother, Mrs. Amanda Aure. Their son Donald and family and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Oullixon. Stroke While Hunting Bode: Eugene E. Lyons, while out hunting Friday afternoon, suffered a stroke. He was immediately brought to Bode, where he was sent by ambulance to the Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge. His condition is reported as serious. In Cornell Oratorio Mary Amunson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson, 515 South Harlan Street, Algona, is a member of the alto section of the Cornell Oratorio Society at Cornell college. The Oratorio Society presents the Messiah around Christmas and participates in the Spring Music Festival. It costs less than ONE CENT PER HUNDRED READERS to advertise in The Algona Upper Des Moines. ALGONA G. I. WEDS GIRL IN ENGLAND Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seely have received word of the marriage of the latter's brother, Neill Hintz .to Miss Edna Topp in Coventry, England. The ceremony took place October 12 at St. Anne's church Coventry, and a picture of the bridal couple appeared, in the Birmingham Mail, Oct. 12, with the-following cut lines, in part: "Nearly four years ago ; Coventry welcomed the frst U. S. soldier to be stationed in this district— a'private hi the medical Service. Neill Hintz of Algona, ' Iowa." Following his discharge Hintz spent several months in Algona with his sister, but re-enlisted last March to return to Europe where he'had met.iMiss Topp. He is stationed at Darmstast, in the U. S. Zone of Germany and hopes to get permission for his bride to join him In Europe in about two weeks. FOR SALE: Desk dispensers in two sizes for scotch cellulose tape. Back on the market for the first time since the war, . Limited quantity. ' Algona Upper Des Moines. , Our Best Wishes and Hearty Congratulations to l^ Building in Algona ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY GO. WHOLESALE AUTO SUPPLIES Orville Wicks, Manager ' ALGONA, IOWA Allen THE NEW Motor Company Garage is a STRAIM-STEEL QUONSET BUILDING Manufactured by GREAT LAKES STEEL CORPORATION We Congratulate the ALLEN MOTOR COMPANY . and Wish Them Every Success to Which They Are Entitled Sieg-Mason City Co. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS > Automotive Parts MASON CITY, IOWA Electripal Wiring and •—Installations— * for the New ALLEIi MOTOR CO. BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Have Been Appointed AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR Stran-Steei Quonsets for Farm and Industry * . Here is a great new aid to farm and industry—a LOW-COST, all steel utility building that can serve a dozen different purposes. See Cowan's for further information. ii ' > Our CONGRATULATIONS to On Their Grand Opening! If

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