The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1955 · Page 3
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April 7, 1955

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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v Harrison Store To Get New Double Front Here ord Lumber, Cook's Welders Supply Start New Structures This Woek llarrison's Variety store in Algona will occupy a new, double front building to be constructed on State St. at the location of the former Finn's Bakery and Hood's Super Valu destroyed by fire ear- ,ly this year, it was learned this week. V The present Harrison location, next to the Hub Clothiers, will be occupied by Finn's Bakery, which is temporarily in a location in the Kohlhaas buildirtg across from the Algona Postoffice. H. J, CoWan is the general contractor for the new structure to be occupied by the Harrison firm, E'. J. Hough, owner of the property; stated. Work will begin in the very near future as soon as final building plans are worked > put, 'and it is hoped the building will be ready for occupancy in July. In the meantime, work was to begin this week on construction of a new home for Cook's Welders Supply, on property just north of the Milwaukee depot Harold Cowan will also construe' this building, to be 32x48 and of • tile. Work was also slated to star this" week on the new $45.00C office and yard for the Botsford Lumber Co. on South Phillips St. .just south of the Algona Flou & Feed Co. building.' The presen site of the yard will be torn dowr and the lot sold, M. J. Pool, man ager, said. The new building wil be 62x200. In other location changes pend-- j ing, the Western Auto store will • move the middle of the month to •the empty building next to the Iowa State Bank, and Lorraine s Piano Co. Will occupy the hotel corner site which has been occupied by Western Auto. .. Hank's Dairy Creme, operated by Hank Furst, will be relocated on South Phillips St. on highway 169, and Nick's Sweet Shop and Shoe Repair has opened up in the former Dairy Creme location at the cornec of Commercial and Main streets. In the' meantime, the Singer Se'wing Machine Co.'.^branch lo- jcated on South Dodge St. has been closed, with the expiration ef their lease. Don't Forget A.S.C. Signup, Studsr Warns "Proclaim Liberty throughout all the lands" is inscribed on the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. In making their plaris for the usual spring rush, farmers of Kossuth county were urged this week by Herman J. Studer, office man- .p'ger of the ASC committee, to b| sure to allot necessary time to establish needed soil and water conservation practices. ' He declared that in many ins tances failure to carry out con servation work in the spring re suits in postponements of the practices until tha next year or even complete abandonment o the plan. ' Manager Studer pointed out that^such practices as pasture improvement, establishment of permanent cover and construction 01 sod waterways, which require' seeding, are springtime projects primarily. Terracing, contouring, constructing ponds and spreading limestone are other practices which should or can bo done in the spring . The ASC manager emphasized that farmers having approvals for early ACP cost-sharing con- =ervation practices must get them completed or well under way bo- "ore their approval expiration dates in order to qualify for assistance payments. He declared that failure to act promptly in the spring' accounts for much of the annual slippage between the amount of work authorized for cost-sharing and the amount actually completed.. The worst thing about such slippage, Manager Studer said, is that it represents unused fund; wjiich might have been used by other farmers who were anxious and willing to carry out needec conseovation. He stressed tha farmers who have approvals foi ACP practices and who find they cannot carry out the work shoulc notify the county office immedi ately so that funds obligated to them may be,reassigned to other? who are prepared to act. The manager also said that farmers who are carrying out their approved practices as, planned should.notify the county office as soon as the work is completed or by the fixed completion .latelat the very latest. Funds are available in Kossuth county for approval at this lime of new. or additional request? for cost - sharing conservation ornctices to be carried out in 1955 Applications should be filed a< once at the county ASC office. M W. Bell Plans LuVerne Work , • i Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. improvements in this drea 'or 1955 will include about a $40.)00 improvement and expansion program at LuVerne, John Claude, local manager has announced. Included, in the LuVerne ..tore- < iram will b'e construction of;an iddition to the telephone biiild- ,ng at LuVerne, and D regrouping jf rural lines with a maximum 3 f eight parties to a line. Telephones Will also be equipped with new dials, and sorrte instruments will be replaced". ' So far as Algoha is concerned, lothing new has been received in the way of information as to sending construction plans here. Tames'A. Dougher, Des Moines architect who also was the arfih- itect for the construction of. the new Kossuth - courthouse, is handling this architectural details for the construction of. the new telephone office to'be'built in Algona. ' - ,, In Mayor's Court y II Only one case was heard '.in Mayor Linda Clapsaddle's cour during the wsck. Bueford ;I W Kickbush, Algona, paid $5 .and costs for consuming beer ,pn a public highway. : . 'i>y Announced For Charity Ball On April 12 Thuridny, ApNl'7, 19S5 Algona (la.) Ifrftar frfcji A variety tirograrti to precede he charity ball, starting promptly at 8 p.m. Tuesday eVeftirtg, April 2, has beep announced by'chair- nan Rev, G. O. 'Mallauer. The public is cordially invited; there s no charge and no tickets. Antoinette BbnnStetter will nave charge of a contribution bootli for the. convenience of persons wishing to make contributions' to Algona Charities Inc. who have not already done so. Balloting for charity ball queen will take place during the early part of the evening and terminate at 9 p.m. so ballots can be counted and the queen introduced shortly thereafter. Thp program to be held in the High School auditorium is ns follows: , , Master of Ceremonies—R. M. (Dick) Phillips Introductory organ music — Mrs Vaughn Rising Welcome— William F. Stccle Berte Trio in electric guitar numbers. St. Cecelia Academy girls sextette. Parody on The Waltz, and reply Karen Shirley and Richard Pal mer. . Dance specialties by groups under . direction of Mrs Merle Moxley. Vocal music by 8th grade chorus, under direction of Del Carver. Piano Specialty number by Glen Segcr. High school vocal groups, under direction of Del Carver. ball queen candidates by Murray Mowers. ' , ,. Following the program in tht auditorium, there will be the dance in the gymnasium, with he Rhythm Club furnishing the nusic. The decorations committee Dromises some surprises that will add to the overall interest of the evening's activities. Mrs Thorpe Hurt In Motor Crash Mrs Burton Thorpe, GO, Algona received a broken arm, broken knee cap and bruises when a car in which she wds riding, drwci By William Dcwcl of Algona, wa involved in an auto mishap a the junction of highway 189 an 30, west of Ogden, Sunday nigh The second car wn? driven by Presentation of 1955 Mrs Thorpe was taken to the, Boone County Memorial Hospital nd her condition Monday was, eporteci as satisfactory. Licenses To Wed To 3 Couples Three licenses to wed WCte is uicd during the past week alt. April 1, at the office of Almt>» Pearson, clerk of the district court, as follows: v Sherald Sydnes and Marilyn^ rrunkhill, Ames; John C. Zelt--. wanger, Hancock, Minn., and Mabel M. Schmidt, Ottoscn; Lloydt- Kricnke and Gladys Blake, bothi of Hector, Minn. ;;" ADVERTISING in the Algon!-.Upper DCS Moines reacues morC l> \.li i V v-i l '-•,» I \J LJLJU1 1^/^a lTl.vyil.JTUO »w\«v.4»wM ..»». -•»_,, Garvin Larson, 3fi, Fort Dodge, families in Kossuth county thai); Larson and DeWel were not In- | any other publication. ., COMPLETE Put "ZING" in your car for "SPRING' We are able to handle every phase of automotive repairs from the smallest to the largest jobs on all makes of vehicles. One of our specialties is the care and maintenance of hy- dramatic transmissions. Let us advise you on its serv.ce needs regardless of the make of your car. We will help you get the most out of your hydramatic. 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