The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1950 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1950
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4-Aiaonq Upper Pea Moina* Tuesday, January 24, 19SO PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS, Smith-Corona and Royals, new 1950 models, al the ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES, Or MODERN DESIGNED VOCATIONAL RECORDS TO ME*T EVERY KMERGENCr Bills ol Lading Collection Reports Credit Memorandums Delivery Receipts Inventory Sheets PUpatch Booki bier-office Memorandums "THE RIGHT BUSINESS FORM FOM EVERY FORM OF BUSINESS" Set The UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept. Phone 1100 111 E. Call St. ENTINES DAY is FEB.14* A very special person . . . calls for a very special gift- A portrait from Long's is sure to please and sure to be remembered. Phone 243 for appointments. Long's Studio Algona LOCALS Evelyn Cady was on Ihe sicl list with flu from Friday til Monday. Mrs. Don Hutchison is expected home this week from Tucson Ariz., where she has been sine Christmas, visiting her daughter Joanne. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Young had as guests last week, Sunday, the former's brother, George, of Wor thington, Minn. The Algona Townsend club me Tuesday evening, Jan. 17, to make definite plans for a rummage sale to be held at the Moose lodge on Saturday, Jan. 28, morning only Mr. and Mrs. Lee Seversen drove to Ft. Dodge Sunday to visit the former's father, John M. Seversen. who recently moved there from Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fandel spent a week ago Sunday at Emmets- aurg with Mr. and Mrs. Don 3onovan, brother and sister-in- aw of Mrs. Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fandel re- urned last week from Davenport, vhere they had visited Mrs. Fan- lei's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rustan. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Mann from Owatonna, Minn., recently sent] money for purchase of a library, book as a memorial for Mr. W. L Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Laird o Des Moines were guests of Mr and Mrs. H. M. Smith during th time they were here to atten the final rites for Mr. Laird' mother, Mrs. Ella Laird. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Har greaves had as supper guest Wednesday evening, Mrs. Esthe Hanna, and Jim Scuffman, am the daughter Patty Olson, who i staying with Mrs. Hanna for a time. Mr. and Mrs 4 Theo Thompson had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs. Martin Thompson anc son Edward, Mrs. Randa Thomp son of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs Maurice Thompson, and Mr. anc Mrs. Gail Haase and children. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan had as guests Wednesday, Mr. and Mr,s. Dean Schlick of Charles City. They are former Algonians and Mr. Schlick was watch repairman at the Sharp jewelry store. He has a jewelry shop at Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor are vacationing in the south and at jresent are at New Orleans, La. •"rom there they plan to go to joints in Alabama, thence to r lorida, where they will remain ill the last of February. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shackel- ord had as guests Wednesday, the atter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- iffrt Steven, the grandmother, tfrs. George Grimm, and the sis- -;r and her daughter, Mrs. Gene We are sorry thai Mrs. Evered Bryant's name was omitted from the list of guests from here who attended the shower for Bette Wallukait at Humboldt, last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCullough have moved to the lower apartment, and Mrs. W. G. McCullough has taken the upstairs apartment in their house on East Kennedy street. Following a three weeks' sojourn with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Slobe, Paulette was taken by them to Blank Memorial nospital at Des Moines for further ireatment of polio. The parents vent there again to see her over ;he weekend. She >s making progress, though it is slow. , . Hiding and Eulinaa, all of Corwith. George Stephen, former Algon ALGONA COFFEE SHOP -forlfie sensational new Bi See if soon af... Crilly Appliance Store Algona youth and now a student at th Open Bible Institute, Des Moines was guest speaker at the Church of the Open Bible, Sunday. Steph en visited his parents, "Mr. • and Mrs. Robert Stephen, of Corwith over the weekend. Mrs. Fay Hopkins has returned to 'her home at Glendale, Cal. following a visit of a few weeks at Humboldt with her mother Mrs. Hattie Moulds, and to assist in Her care. Mrs. Moulds is much improved from the recent sickness. Mrs. Mabel Potter of Spencer came .Thursday to see her aunt, Mrs. Mae Miller, who died Monday at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Myrtle Hayne and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. arl Hayne of Webster City came unday because of the sickness of Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Culberison. Hr. and Mrs. Glen Culbertson, and Mr. and Mrs. Verle Fraser at- ended the final rites Friday af- ernoon at Irvington for S. M. ordon, 82, who had been in poor lealth for some time. The de- eased was grandfather of Dale, "len, and Mrs. Fraser. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt md Michael were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johannsen. The previous Sunday they were dinner guests of Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover, at Burt. Mrs. Hoover is getting along well following the breaking of her right arm New Years eve, at St. Ann hospital where she. and Mr. Hoover had gone fd call on a friend. In leading the building, sne slipped, or turned her ankle, she wasn't certain which. It will be another month before the cast can be removed. Library Record Shows Algonans Reading More Residents of Algona and vicinity are reading more books now than they did a year ago, according to a report by Beth Annis, Algona librarian. During December, 1949, 2,709 books were circulated, an increase of 378 over the December, 1948, total of 2,331. In children's fiction, 1,080 books were circulated and 262 adult and children's magazines went out during December. School Classes Added Plans have been completed for classes from Bryant "school to come to the library for "get acquainted" sessions. The fourth jrade will have recreational read- ng. The sixth grade will have nstruction in using the library, ooking up their own topics and Iso recreational reading. Memorial funds have been in- reasing, with Mr. and Mrs. C. O. tfann of Owatonna, Minn., send- ng money for the purchase of a vork as a memorial for W. L. Whitney, recently deceased. Books have been given by Mrs Walter Weisbrod and Mrs. How ard Long. Fifty New Books Fifty new books have been added to the shelves during the past few weeks, with 25 arrivini shortly after book week in No vember. Books added include "Costume and You," Bradley: "Pioneer America," Drepperd; "Transformers," Sealey; "Is Your Publicity Showing?" Curtis; "The Mystery of Dreams." Stevens; "The Rin Tin Story." English. "The Golden Warrior," Muntz; 'Why Jesus Died," Van Passen- 'Again The Goose Step," Clark; 'Burns Mantle Best Plays of 948-49," Chapman; "We Went Thataway," Spence. "Strong Men South," Menster; 'Happily Everafter," Spence' The Best in Baseball," Shoemaker; "The Plum Tree," Chase; Everywhere I Roam,'.' Burman: Midnight Boy," Chamberlain: The Old Bankhouse," ThirkeH. "The Long Love," Sedges; "The nvisible Sun," Lee; "The Man Vom Nazareth." Fosdick: "Wo- icn Are Here To Stay," Rosjeri; Complete Book of Solitaire," forehead; "The Dream Age," (ach; "My Indian Son-in-law," Verr.her, plus five mysteries and westerns and 20 books for grades ne to three. Graharm Plan Childrens' Dept. Construction on an extensiv new infants' and children's wea department in the Graham de partment store here will begin shortly, it was announced yester day by R. E. Ingham, manager The department will measure 35x50 feet in size, *id will incorporate many of the features found in such Departments ii large city stores'. Complete new fixtures will be installed. The new department will be ready during the early spring, Mr. Ingham said. falls, Gashes Head E. W. Lusby, retired Algona druggist, suffered injuries, last Thursday evening, when he fell down a flight of stairs at his nome here, rfe was taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment, but returned to his home Saturday and is now making rapid recov- •ry from a bad gasn on the head. IF IT'S MEWS WE WANT IT' Oil Station At LuVerne Sold LuVerne — The Standard Oil service station located on the west side of LuVerne's Main street has been purchased by Dale Zentner. C. C. Anderson of Curtis, Neb., and Mrs. Martha Schneider of Lu Verne have been co-owners of the station for some years. Dale Zentner has been the manager of the station for the past IVi years. In another business transaction at LuVerne the past week, James Doak purchased a residential lot in the north part of town, adjacent to the basement home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bigings. Mr. Doak is the popular local livestock buyer. 5 Licenses To Marry Issued Five licenses to wed were issued in the ofGca of Alma Pearson, county clerk of court, the past week, as follows: Jan 18 — Frank O. Richards, Lone Rock, and Charlotte Dits- wnrfh, Bancroft. Jan. 19 — Herbert Wevdert, Algona, and Bette Wallukait, Algona. Jan. 19 — Louis G. Williams Bradfiate, and Esther Hanrahan, Gilmore City. Jan. W — Carroll O. Ernst Humboldt. and KatJiryn L. Wood, Whittemore. <a Jan. 21 — Win. R. Carman. Jr. and Amerallis Monoun Bennin«, Burt. Notice Annual Meeting Postponed Until February 9, 1950 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regular annual meeting of the .stockholders and subscribers to Capital Stock of the Al- guna Cooperative Creamery Company, according to Article Ten of l h e Articles of Incorporation, shall be held in Algona, Iowa, on the last Saturday in January 1050, lor the purpose of election of directors for the corning year and for receiving and, it approved, ratifying and confirming all the acts and proceedings of the Board of Directors of the corporation done and taken during Ihe preceding year, properly come before the meeting. At a meeting of the Board of Directors on January 14, 1950, it was unanimously agreed upon to postpone the annual meeting of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company to February 9, 1950, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening in the Algona High School Auditorium. The board unanimously agreed that they would meet i* the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company on January 28, 1950, and transact the postponement of the annual meeting to February a, 1950, at which time the superintendent of the Algona High School has agreed that we may use the high school auditorium ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY M. P. Christiansen Secretary 3-4 Graveside Rites Graveside .services were ,,, lv . Jan. 20 for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. DeLyle Nel.son of Lone Rock, at Calvary cemetery here with Father P. P. Gearen officiating. The infant was born Jan. Tues. - Wed. - Jan. 24-25 Barbara Bel Geddes in "CAUGHT" —2nd Feature— Tim Holt in "THE MYSTERIOUS DEPERADO" Thurs. - Fri. - Sat., Jan. 26-27-28 PHONE 229 *"» IUFITA TOVAR CM l>» OtViO HOWMO ftMMt t>, ll wvi Jnd Sutta Pljy b* Olnci GUM. —2nd Feature— MOW JOHN GARFIELD Iht INUDPRISC Slu d kf METRO- SOlDIiH Serial—"Glio-t of Uurruw ' Crack* 3 Ribs Dave Leffert had the-mister* tune to crack three ribs, last week, in a fall, He is recuperating at his home. Lone Rock Win* In An Overtime Lone Rock — The Lone Roc boys basketball teams had a ver successful night, Thurfidayj de feating th&Burt reserve team, 2 to 28, and the Burt varsity team 40-38, in an overtime period. Th Lone Rock boys will play th winner, of the Swea City-Fento game at the county tournament a Swea City. Lone Rock will plaj Wednesday night at 8:45 p. m. thete «rfe 13 silve* buttdftt.oti d6n|f^S«Wien,cattftot.i3e arrest- the front of a pol&rittn's coal t ed for traffic violation. - • •!'' ^ :ii.v jj.-Ji'-.-» "'' USE THE WANT ADS PLANTATION BALL ROOM Friday, Jan. 27 ELMER LARSON Sunday, Jan. 29 CLIFF KYES Friday, Feb. 3 EDDIE SKEETS Sunday, Feb. 5 DON STRICKLAND Doors Open at 8:00 O'clock PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOHE. IOWA Ifn vVaiffng torlte sensational new 1950 FRI6IDAIRE Seflrfc Range See if Soon at ^^ Crilly Appliance Store Algona Open A ACC(3U • at This is an important "Birthday Year" for us Just 80 Years ago this Fall, Theo. Chrlschilles Sr., founded the business which still bears his name. Throughout this long period of time, clinging always to the principles of honesty and square dealings, THE CHRISCHILLES STORE has been a vital part of this community. THE CHRISCHItLES STORE has maintained flstand- ard of quality seldom achieved by any retail institution. Throughout all the various "up-arid downs" of constantly conditions, including two world wars and two major depressions, this store ha* clung tenaciously to the first basic principles which the elder Mr. Chrischiltes incorporated in his little country store. Watch for highlights from the OOOb OLD DAYS in pictures In connection with our 80th Anniversary year, we present a series of illustrated advertfs*nienfe showing the pictorial highlights of over three quarters of a century of Kossuth County hitforv. Th»*« in- foresting advertisemepls will appear as a weekly feature. Don't miss "THE GOOD O^D- DAY?" history of scenes and outstanding charader* to connection with the growth of Algona and KoMurft County. • CONVENIENT i NO EXTRA CHARGE i CARRY NO MONEY * ALWAYS AVAILABLE TuM. • Wed. - thurs. Jan. 24-25-26 Friday - Saturday January 27-28 MEET BIG «*/& JILL! ttof> t» ROBMT THOERttt ttf fey- hvduud ta IICHAIO IHWE • tlllfWD ifIIIAIIJ Cartoon I "Dizzy Acrobat" Sport-"Meet The Champ" News. SUNDAY - MONDAY, JANUARY 29-30 PI«*KM •» BMUNP IftOM . Oif.d.4 »» AUXANDER HAU C«toon~-»fti 9 Drip" MMch of Tim . No "The Policeman's Holiday" TUI1 - WED.. THURS., JAN. Added—"Mw.' ToM^Tlesi

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