The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1954 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1954
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TuMday, tatfmbaV?, 193* Bow & Arrow Deer Hunt Began On Dec 1 only" marked th« op«aing ol low*'* second Modern deer hunilng season l*»t Wwtaesdav, Dec. 1, at 9 a. m. The first nine days of the d«*r M*se*t wiU b* limited to bowl of 40; pound poll or mot* u*t s&cotiag b«wdh«*d hunting arrows may be toed. It U imjwttani tt*t wufioa b* used with boiw-and-attow ju*t as It t&Ott& fe» practiced latet When th* shotguh shooting smse* **«» Dwik 1ft. From the 10th through the Itttt, beva *mt wrow* u well Aft guns may be oted in this couaijv All hunters not in jquesi of de«e on ttMtr own muad must possess a 1954 de« hunting lic«os*. How«»«c, occu&an» of farms may still obtain free hunting cwti&aM* if th«y send an Application. complete with, a full legal dMetiptioa at their land, to the state consnvattoi* commistJoa ia Oc* Moines. Deadline on ih» regular $15 ttceas* twptiMd ef a& hunters mot hunting on their own land is n*sb aa* th* 3734 persons who purchased licenses will b* *u wtx» -wi! It legally. This b 61 less than bought licenses test t**a almost 1300 under the limit of 5000 sot by tb* stet*. Ten, 12, 16 and 20 gauge shotgun* are Itgvl fat «b Ing deer, Rifled slugs can also be used. Shooting *es& will be from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. for the 13 days at tfa» Lucia Wallace Grade Pageant Night of Dec J The LwSa WaJJ*.^ Say Over $100,000 Worth Of Corn On Ground Here The Iowa State Employment Service estimated that, over $100,.000 worth of corn can be salvaged by pickup'crews if good weatn- er prevails. The corn loss this year will be even greater than last year, due to extensive corn borer damage and a more general corn drop. Last year, crews, Boy- Scouts, other civic groups, and individuals salvaged over $100.000 worth of corn in the commu- n"y. This salvaged corn suoDJi°d Christmas spending money for the pickup crews ana many.rurm families. .- ' The fields do not show the amount of loss as easily as last year as ears opened and shelled last year when hit by a tractor wheel. This year moisture makes the ear less conspicuous but a careful check on most fields shows six to fifteen bushel pei acre on tne ground. Althougn few crews have been sent to-date, those who have tried corn pickup have found it profitable for both farmers and pickup crews. • • * Boy Scouts, church groups, other civic groups, and individuals are available at the lows State Employment Service, 918 First Avenue South, Ft.'Dodge, or at the Algona Office located at 17% East Street, or at most of the Volunteer Representatives stationed throughout the county, A few of the Volunteer Repre- STRICTLY BUSINESS gim 3E!}is«jhfth j-"-iS6b «j,—- R« isih girl— -Tlt sentatives and their kcatwa in the immediate vicinity J Wm. A. Barry. Jr., R Parlor, Algona; Donald Mgr., Grain Elevator. B H. M. Bittner, Bode Bode; B. C. Jacobs. &. Lbr. Co., Bradgate: Mrs Christ, Murray's Drug Store. ota; Sterling Logue, Texacc- Station, Livermore. Jim Mallory, D-X Service Station, LuVerne; Howard Persons, Tiny's, Renwick; Jack Van Norman, Griffith Drug. Swea City; Clarence M. Bruns, Titonka Caie, Titonka; Mrs Jack Lickteig. Lickteig Sundries, Wesley; A. E Peril, Peril Realty, West Bend; and Martin Potratz. Service Station, Whittemore. These groups or individuals will work by the hour for. a share of,the corn and the community and all participants profit by this operation. Mr and Mis W, A.. Hardy spent Sunday and Monday in Minneapolis where they,transacted business and visited with relatives. Mr and Mrs J. M. 1 Fleming and daughter Eleanor of Whittemore spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Craig Smith. The Flemings are Mrs Smith's parents. Eleanor attends the State University of Iowa and was home for" the Thanksgiving vacation. ' Dry your clothes automatically i Shifts and smafi group singing •I wiJi be jjresflTitpd throughout the j?irogr«m. 'Ntmrbers by the fourth j U7i4 fifth .grade chorus will be j-swng. The s&rtmd grade will I jetwcnt '^Rhythm Symphony". AH grades are partSdpaiing in the j program. i The pagpant is under the cap*!>)<> diwrtian cf Mrs L-ilHace Se- Jril assisted by the teachers of tb* Lucia Wallace building. New Cor Sales 35 Past Week Thirty - five new cars and Jrwks have been registered in the oouasy trexsurers office during •he past week, indicating that persons were waiting for the new niodels which have been selling like hot-cakes. New owners are: Hudson—R. M. Eichhorn, Elmore and E. B. Miller, Algona. Chevrolet—Rev. David- Frank, LuVerne; Floyd Gregory, Whittemore; W. W. Jentz, Fenton; Kenneth Krantz, Titonka; Jack Purcell, Algona; George Schroyer, Algona; R. M. Skelley, LuVerne; George Vitzthum, Wesley; Dale Blair, Swea City; Arthur Beenken, Wesley; Bryce Johnson. Swea City; Dean Korte, Titonka; James Laubenthal, Bancroft; Clarence Metzger, Algona; Henry Rad- maker, pickup, Lakota; Robert Steinberg, Buffalo Center and Kenneth Strayer, Burt. Ford—W. G. Hansen, Whittemore; National By-Products, pick up, Algona; Ralph Schipull, Wesley; Paul Thilges, Bode; Laurence Woods, Algona; Eugene Hood, Algona; Milton Jorgenson, Ledyard and Dr. M. I. Lichter, Burt. * DeSoto—J. E. Ukena, Lakota. Willys—Walter Elbert, Algona. - Pontiac—J. A. Hauptman, Wesley;- O. J. Henderson, Wesley; John Krebsbach, Bancroft arid Raymond Menke, Bancroft. Studebaker—J. R. Matz, Wesley.- Olds—Miller Nelson, Titanka. • No heavy baskets • No clothes-lines • No weather worries No dust, dirt, soot No drudgery STIGIITZ AUTOMATIC GAS CLOTHES DRYER You get all the advantages of sunny day, outdoor dry- Ing, even on dreariest washdays, with none of the hard work. The Stiglitz Sun-Aire tumbles your clothes in fast- moving currents of fresh, warm air, and just the right amount of sunshine's ultra-violet rays, let us show you how much longer clothes will wear, how excessive fading it avoided, how much more fragrant and fluffy your washing can be. $169.50 FREE INSTALLATION Pqy For It On Your Own Terms PERRY GAS CO. HOSPITALS Across From Home Federal Nov. 22—Tommy Geitzenauer, Lone Rock, T & A; L. Geitzenauer, Lone Rock, T & A; Francis Woodcock, Algona, medical. Nov. 23—Mrs Duane Arend Algona, girl, 8 Ib. 11 oz.; Mrs Gerald Kramer, Algona, girl, 7 Ib. 10% oz. Nov. 24—Otto Laabs, Algona surgery; Mrs Herbert Weydert' Burt, girl. Nov. 25—Sister Mary Rosaria Algona, medical. Nov. 26—Mrs W. A. Hammond. Wesley, medical; Mrs Vernord Boekelman, Grand Junction, accident; Vernord Boekelman. Grand Junction, accident; Drusilla Noble, Sexton, medical; Mrs Francis Fandel, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Don Bennett, Lu- Verne, girl, 7 ib. 14Mi oz.; Mrs Norbert Johnson, Algona, girl 7 Ib. 6 oz. ' Nov. 27 — Diane Moore, Titonka, T & A. Are Your Rugs Dirty? Does Your Upholstery Need Cleaning? You'll be surprised at the way our professional cleaning equipment puts your rugs, carpets and upholstery back into the beautiful lustre just like new again. We will clean them thoroughly right in your own home. No mess - no fuss. You'll like sur economical price, too. Call ioday for a free estimate. Phone 726-W BAKER Multi-Cleaning Service Santa Glaus To Pay Visit At Ledyard On Saturday Ledyard —Santa Claus will be : n Ledvard on Friday afternoon, December 10. - There will be a free show for the children at the Town Hail around one o'clock pnd following that Santa will arrive w'»h candy for all the children. Following this a short program will be,, given with the school band and other numbers. Then there will be a drawing Nov. 28—Mrs Ernest Gales, Livermore, girl, 8 Ib. 13 oz.; Will.-. w> w^fkins. Algona, medical; Mary Broesder, Lone Rock accident; Mrs Rex Brown, West Bend, girl, 8 Ib. 5 oz.; Mrs Francis Smith, Whittemore, maternity for prizes given by the merchants. All adults can register for this drawing in the Post Office before that afternoon. These prizes are separate • from those which will be given on December 22. Mrs A. Munyer and sons Ales and George left on Thursday to return to their home in Rugby, North Dakota, after a ten day visit at the'Bashara and Munger. homes. v Mr and Mrs Delbert Wentworth left r>n Monday to drive through to his base in Virginia, after he had spent a ten day furlough hpre visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Ray Wentworth. Mrs Delbert Wentworth returned with him ,and they will make their home there for thfe reminder of his service. She had been working at an airline office in Minneapolis On last Sunday a family gather-, ing Was Held at the parental Wentworth.,home in their honor. The Araer}dan Legion Auxiliary- 'will hold a gift' sale next Friday afternoon at their hall ana will serve lunches of chicken sandwiches, pie, hot dogs, cake and' coffee, beginning at three o'clock? .The auxiliary j met on Wednesday evenlfig 'and* finished packing'1? boxes which are' being sent to all the boys in.service from this community, • • On ' Thursday 1 atternoon the Woman's Guild of the Bethany and Reformed Church held a Guest Day at the church with guests present from the 'loctV churches and from Swea City, Grant, Lakota. Ramsey, Buffalo Center, Blue Earth and Bancroft. The program opened with an organ prelude played by .Mrs Orville Brandt^ solo by Mrs Howard Klinksiek, welcome by Mrs Geo. McKinnon, Scripture and prayei led by Rev. Vrieseh, talk by Rev Riedesal of Honduras, ,solo bv Rev Vriesen ,and The Lord's Prayer by the group. Bancroft Couple Wed Thanksgiving • Bancroft—Mrs Edna Cushman .and Paul Knowles both of Bancroft were married Thanksgiving morning at nine o'clock at the Lutheran Church in Humboldt, by -th6 Rev. 6sc"ar Rem> Mf and 'Mrs W.alter Davis were theft attendants,' ' Donna. Jean and LaVonne ciishman and Mary Ann Mulligan attended the ceremony. A wedding dinner wa* held in the Johnson HouseVifi Algona. Mr and Mrs 'KnbHvles tb&k a wedding trip north, returning to Bancroft Sunday evening. They will make their home here. Mr Knowles is employed at the Davis Plumbing and^Heatfng Co. , v, \. , LEDGES'SHEETS, commnnr books' ntld~ bads, general bookkeeping supplies.-Many forms estried In sfock, arid btlick service on those wu may not haVe. Upper Des Moines, ih the NEW newspaper building; Algona, la. Dec, 10 , LEO and. 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