The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 26, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 26, 1946
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PAGETWO- laiiftlt^ : 29 Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County Donald Don. son of CCOI-RC PaUerso.n. |ias h,een thp wars for a year now, and ,qn ijic .day we iyiSHed with him. he was supervising corn pickiiifr pn one of thp Patterson farms cast of Burl. Donald saw <l years service as a pilot, and flew the 1J-17. tho B-25, the B-18. Ihe A-20 and the A-26. He accumulated 2300 hours flying time in South America, the Galapagos islands, and .Ihe European theatre. Don was a petroleum engineer .in Texas .prior to the war. but plans now to stay on ^he farms. In addition to the extensive Patterson farm ihqldings of ;his father, Donald has a half section of Jus ,pwn near S.w.ea City. A Patlerson specially is sheep .raising, and at present they are feeding 8,^00 lambs. : Don is married and has a young sou 2 years p.ld. IOWA Kossuth County sojl in 1803 was worth ;?.<.• an acre, if the amount the government paid Napoleon for the "Louisiana" purchase is used as a guide in determining the value per acre. There is nothing awkward about asking a bank 'for money. We're in business to lend money, and we do it in a simple, business-like way. Bring your banking requirements to IOWA RALPH MILLER, President HAROLD GILMORE, Cashier ROY McMAUON, Asst. Cashier THE LEAST YOU CAN DO T^r The early Greek physicians believed that it was not possible for a man to enjoy perfect health unless he carefully organized his life to accomplish this single objective. This meant the meticulous ordering of each day. Proper nutrition, exercise, and rest were perfectly balanced. Physical constitution, age, and even the seasons of the year were considered, For a man of affairs, such a regimen is out of the question. When your done, you play and exercise when you can. But this little you can do. See your family physician at least once a year. Follow hi ? advice. In case ^medication is required, we are prepared to serve ypu, prpmptly and economically, SPBC IALTY PHONE 292 ALGONA , IOWA, Algona city police sold Monday night that they believed litiey ilui^W the parties respon'' siBfe for .throwinir a .tlca* skunk Into the city police car, tgo last Saturday ,w,etc fltcparliiff lo ... r -..«n Uits \vcclt. JHey refused to ctlviilsc : the names ,6r .line parties but .said ( tncy ,\you.(ti be made public 1 IjPhe .'pojuce car was saturated \vlth dead skunk while parked at the corner of State and Dodge, when someone drove up alongside the parked vehicle, Mopped, opened the door, arid threw In' the dead— an -freshly ,dead—animal. They then droye away unmolested, while passcrsby wondered what was going on ... until ,thj6,v ,h.ejran ,to whjfi' the arpuia. xj ,Cr,ash 4n automobile accident, shortly alter midnight, Sunday, shook '.up several ypurig' people from •the Hqan neighboirhopd, ' .but none were injured. Riding in one .machine wer,e Vaughn and Ted I Hppver Jr., Dick Young and Shirley filler', tn the second machine, a truck, was James Ghristiansejn. The .tvVo machines ran together at a spot four miles .east and one and one-half north pf Algona. Upper De» Moines Want Ads Bring Re*«Jts, l<fine licenses " sued during' -jfche' past .we.ek the Kosshth c'l$i))c ot Opart's of- ,fice here, a ciheck of. records showed. Licenses went to the fallow^ ing: Nov. 19—James w. Spear and .Mildred Stroetjel, Titpnka; Hem ry W. K'ohlhaas',' tjlyetpbRe; and Patricia Jane Gilles^ie, Alfor' JBonpvan T. Lickteig .ariot <Ma Sane liauptinan, Wisleyi Nov. 20—Vernqn V. ,Gt;af aftd ; Iola 'Rippentrop,,' tfltonkaj Wif- ifred Wiley af>4'JBerniqe : McQoh- nel, Swea City; -'George Fisch'ei and Arlyc Hickinbotham, Plymouth, Wis. Nov. 22—'Walter Schaumberg, .Lakotn, and' Violet Cassem, El- fnqre, Minn.; Raphael Thilges Bode, and Bernice Mertz, Algona. Nov. 23—Henry Steinlicht ,of : Corwith, and Peggy .Gerdes, Algona. ''' Representative Injured State representative George Robb of Estherville, and his wife were injured Sunday wheh their car struck ice on highway IB near Algona and went over a 10-foo emDaivkment. Robb .was releasec from the hospital'after treatment but Mrs. Robb remained for .treatment of a brqken .collarbone. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gappa and friends were guests qf ..Mi;, and Mrs. Merlon Christehsen '+ LAY AWAY That Christmas Gift Now! It is easy to .do your Christmas "Gifting" if you shop early and ; use our layaway plan. We have a beautiful line of billfolds in domestic and imported leathers—some with matching key cases. Billfolds — Pens — Pencils Stamped With Your Name in 22K Gold at No Additional Cost LADIES WATCHES 14K Solid gold cases—white, yellow, and rose gold. All fitted with 17 jewel movement. A perfect gift of lasting beauty. MEN'S WRIST WATCHES Yellow 10K RGP case with genuine leather Strap. JL jrl 7 Jewel Watch .., $24.75 15 Jewel Watch S27,00 17 Jewel Watch S33.75 GUARANTEED I\tOV.EMENT Pay Until Christmas The Balance May Be Paid After Christmas (lift Suggestions KEY CHAINS MEN'S TIE CHAINS MANICURE SETS TJ8AYS ^f^^fjfW '^f'^f SETS GlfTS • WATCHES WATCH REPAID •w verdale met-at the of ; Mfs. Jr :M. the teatietv anSWfetfina; 10 roll •a Mrs. l?ov. 28*2!)-30 a, ///f^r OlttOWRfiR OF :Ct/AtB«D (tflEMOJE WetOST ft£ ; n?/»L -=?- ' 0Ki "Sp. SHOW J OFE/ISTERW RUM), <(NP THE RWT ' lom PUBLISHER IN THIS FEflTOffE-' SENP YBUI? CONTIflBUTIOWS TO THIS PAPEft -..' Fis'hihg Season Ends Saturday, Nov. 30 The 1946 inland fishing season on alb protected fish closecs at midnight/'Nbvernber 30, after an pver all season described as "fair" ibyi conservation ofiicials. Trout fishing as a whole was the brightest for anglers during ;he year. Reports from conservation officers indicated that 'ishing for species other than ;rout and catfish was better in 35 counties, poorer in 45, with 18 showing no change from the season. In 51 counties cat- "ishing was poorer than during .he previous year, better in 26, with no change reported in 22. Conservation officers in every _nstance' reported .an increase in .he number of fishermen on the akes and streams and their observation' is verified by the fact ;hat during- the year ending October 31, 75,600 li- enses, were issued than during he previous comparable period, with 'a total of 290,000 anglers icensecl up to October 31 this year. '•'•'.• $prcc Action yfrygjjjif divorce action was , •.m^dist'rict court in t/he past <,* Ruby Bullock asking a di-. vorco... from Harry Bullock. CORRECTION In last week's issue it was stated that the Burt hospital was operated by Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson, D. O., Burt. This is an error. .Tjhe .hospital nursery home is operated by-Miss Lurena Wessel, and is open to patients of any physician or to any person needing treatment, and is not confined to patients of an individual. Injured BOy O. K. - Lakpta: ,Li,t,tle H^dley ,Castor, ,\yl^o .was ^njur.ed in a fall from a moving ,car .reqenlily, ,is recovering satisfactorily' arjd is able .to 'bp QU.t.pi d,pors.-T^l^pas- tor f.^mity .came '.horrje 'Saturqay, Nov.'16, from Marshalltb.w.n, ar?d Mr. (Castor .has again : (aken" yp his w.opk in .the scnqql. The Am.ericEiri Legion 'Auxiliary'' unit ,of' .the Ernest Jiferk'le' Post 'met Monday evening in the :Legipn hall'.with 15 'members .present.'.Mrs. ;Har- pld jPhillips, ,pi;esidenf of ' (the Auxiliary, presided at the business meeting- Tl^e theme for the evening was ''American Education'* iari'd ..the prpgrarn was givqn : by Mrs. Ralph Davidson, a paper .which was prepared by '/Mrs. Adam Zwiefel was read ;by Mrs. 'Art Dimmer. Lunch was seny.qc}' fit the ql'ose pf the meeting fry Miss; Merkle and Mrs. $arqld' Khjl-, lips." •Th£ .next h\ep^ng .will \b~e' held ••Nlqnday ,even'i'n.g, " Be A .buiding .from .the Algpnaj C r j ispn,er.-'qt-war .carnp ,is going ; tp; t'cpme a ^chppl hquse. ' ^he ,v/ar : assets^rii).ipp! announced Friday that it had approved transfer of the former nurses' 'quarters to Gilmoro City to be used for a grade school. The building will be .tprn down -here arid rebuilt at Gilmore City. Value of the buiM- ing was placed at $1,046 and it cannot be resold by the schpol district for at least three years. ^Lwr ^P a ^Hfc |Buaa» HLutt? n L c ipi t« « Jerry & Zelda pp. frpni Des Mpine* JOE PALOOKA" Added M Aijdeid-r^Jasper's Derby SATJlJ|fcpAy MIDNIGHfT SHOW—J1;3P P. • . Prices 20c and 50c It's Almost R$ajy! New IferskWdls Stores Opening in ... if '••'••'.•".»••'• -~ T •i /,

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