The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1950 · Page 5
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Bernadine Hilbert Bride Of Rudy Hildman, St. Joe Si. Ja» *»• A pte-wuptiftl shower was given in- St. Joseph hall on Sundatf alterhooft, Feb. 19, for Bernadine Hllbert. Miss Hilbert will be the bride of Rudy Hildman 'on Tuesday, Feb. 21, in St. Joseph's church here. The newly- Weds will entertain their relatives and friends by giving a dance at the Wesley hall the same evening. Has Medical Checkup Mrs. Rosa Stattlemann and son, Frank, spent Thursday in Sioux City where Frank went for a medical checkup. The Stattle- mans were accompanied to Sioux City by Mr. and Mrs. Math Kirsch Who visited with their daughter, Kathryrt, who is taking nurses training at St. Francis hospital. Mrs. win&rd Burns and daughter, Barbara of Council Bluffs, returned to their home Wednesday after three weeks spent here with the John Mentz family, parents of Mrs. Burns. Irwiri Mentz and Irwin Kenne took them by car to their home. Relatives received word here that Sister M. Georgene underwent major surgery at Mt. St. Francis Convent hospital in Dubuque, the first of the week. She had been teaching in Chicago the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thilges and Kenneth and Bernard Thilges returned home Tuesday from a visit with relatives in Watertown, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Koblhaas and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas were business callers in Waterloo on Friday. Finger Amputation Letts Creek — Herbert Potratz, who runs the mounted sheller owned by Herman Hintz, had the misfortune to get the index finger of his left hand in the gears of the sheller, a week ago Friday, while working at the Albert Metzger place, and it was necessary to amputate the finger at the first joint. SAVE $20.00 52 Gal. Electric Automatic Water Heater SI29.96 HEATMASTER Carries a 10-year Guarantee. Anodic Protect!on-tha Magic new magnesium rod that fights rust and corrosioii electrolytlcally. Standard Equipment, No Better Water Heater Made. Sigsbee Plumbing & Heating Co. Algona, Iowa WOODWARD'S $ $ SAVE ON $ $ SEWING NEEDS Special Event For Balance of February! SQUARE PERCALES One ol the "lop" cottons for Spring—the fabric you use for so many crispy new garments and children's wear. This is regular 3Sc quality, yours for a limited time at 8«c a y«rd! Full bolts of delightful new fabrics—fresh and new for Spring sewing I Regularly 35c yd. ftltfyd. GINGHAMSandCHAMBRAYS Made to Sell For 89c and 98c yd. 69' We are offering these crackling new ginghams and chambrays ai a special low price to get you started oa your Spring sewing. See what you wvel Many outstanding pattern effects that will give you Urts ol id*** *"* "»•«"• you; own." yL Burt Constable, 2 Algona Men' Tussle Friday A scuffle with Walt Steward, constable at Burt, resulted in the fining of three Algona men, in the court of Justice J. B. Johnston here Saturday morning. Fined $20 and costs each, were Alex Reefer and Charles Reefer, and fined $5 and costs was Alvin Loss. The two Reefers were charged with intoxication and resisting arrest. Loss was charged with intoxication. Blow By Blow The story began somewhere between Algona and Burt, last Friday. The men said they drank a little beer. When they got to Burl, and disembarked, they ran into Constable Steward. He said he requested them to leave town at once, but the idea didn't seem to click with the visitors. Words followed, and Alex Reefer, according to Steward, took a swing and struck the constable. The latter retaliated by pulling out a billy and giving Reefer a crack, stunning him so that Steward was able to slip on the handcuffs Charlie Reefer also came into the picture about this time but was brought under control without violence. Loss, who was driving the car, made no disturbance. The three were brought to Algona where the charge was filed, and the hearing was held the following day. Other Minor Cases Two other cases were heard in Johnston's court. M i 1 o Kollasch, Whittemore, charged with speeding was fined $5 and costs, Feb. 15, and'Delbert Sankey, Irvington, paid a fine of $11.50 and costs as the result 6f a misunderstanding about proper License plates. Three cases appeared before Mayor Richardson. Wayne E. Perkins, Jr., of Rodman, was fined $100, with $50 of it suspended, on a charge of reckless driving. Clarence C. Goetz of Wesley was fined $15 for exceeding the speed limit. B. W. Coult, Fairmont, Minn., paid $2.85 for not stopping for a school flasher and another $5.85 for exceeding the speed limit. LOCALS The Rev. R. F. Kiitrell was a brief caller here Friday, coming on business from his new pastorate at Brainerd, Minn. Mr*. Paul Hawkins is recover- _ng from bruises suffered When she fell down the basement steps a few days ago. She was carrying the small son, Joel, but managed to ke«p him from receiving any injuries. Gladys Taylor Spent Thursday and Friday at Des Moines taking nurses state board examinations which were given at the State louse Friday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sforgen left Monday for Rochester, Minn., where the former will have a checkup at the Mayo clinic. 7 Couples Get Licenses To Wed Seven licenses to wed were issued during the week by Alma Pearson, clerk of court. Could it be that the first breath of spring has had its effects on this large number of applicants? Feb. 13 — Donald W. Murray, 26, Bancroft and Ardelle B. Fischer, 22, Lone Rock; Donald Arndo/fer, 28, Bancroft and Mary Jean Johnson, 20, Lakota. Feb. 15 — Lloyd E. Nelson, 20, Ringsted and Lucille E. Strueck- er. 23, Ringsted. Feb. 17 — Victor Fisher, 20, Algona and Florence Fisch, 18, Algona; Eldon Q. Attig, legal, Wesley and Lila Aillen Stone, legal, Britt. Feb. 18 — Harlan G. Wichtendahl, 20, Whittemore and Beverly M. Shipler, 18, Whittemore; Edward Eggerth, 26, Swea City and LaVonne Swahson, 20, Swea City. Algono Upper DM Motnes-5 Tuesday, February 21, 1950 Officer Of Burt Heads Seal Sale ' W. B. Officer, Burt, has been selected to head the 1930 Easter Seal campaign for Kossuth county which will be conducted between March 9 and Easter Sunday, April 9. Mr. Officer will be assisted by Mrs. Melvin Miner, county chairman, Fidelia Skow, Mrs. Fred Shilts, Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, Beth Annis, Mrs. C.H. Beardsley, O. B. Laing, A. E Lauritzen, N. C. Rice, Algona; Anna Flom, Clothilda Hutchinson, Mrs. L. T. Root, Wesley; Mrs. Loren Larson, Mrs. Erhardt Meyer, LuVerne; Mrs. John Cook, Lakota; T. J. Egan, M.D., Bancroft; Mrs. Howard French, Titonka; Mrs. Fred Genrich, Lone Rock; Myron C. Johnson, Swea City; Mrs. Henry Looft, Seneca; Mrs. A. A. Luther, Ledyard; Mrs. Don Weisbrod, Fenton. Titonka Meeting Titonka — The Titonka Farmers Elevator will hold its annual meeting, Saturday afternoon, Feb. 25, at the Tyke Theatre. George Peterson, president, will preside. Generals Lee and Grapt fought on the same side in the Mexican war. OFFICE SUPPLIES, Kos- suih county's largest stock. The Algona Upper Des Moines, in the NEW newspaper building. . Mrs. Alex Burghari was taken to University Hospital at Iowa City, Friday, for treatment of an eye infection. Mr. and Mrs. William DeKrulf and children, Barbara, Billie, and John, were guests oi Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lassahn, Friday. The women are sisters. Mrs. Elme; Potter recently returned from Sherburn, Minn, having spent several days with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. A. F. Spear. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg had as guests last week Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lehman of Mason City, who came to attend funeral services for Mrs. C. H. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haag have had as guest Mrs. Laura Nickerson of Seattle, Wash., who had been visiting relatives in Illinois prior to coming here. Dick Godfredson, a student at Iowa State college at Ames, spent the weekend with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Godfredson. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Looft of Armstrong, who also spent a part of the day with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dettman. Mrs. Myrtle Gillette, who makes her home here with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Aldean McAdams, is leaving Wednesday for Des Moines, to visit her grandson. Mr. and Mrs. McAdams plan to join the group Sunday, Feb. 26, for a family celebration. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Long were recently visited by the letter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Osness of Fulder, Minn., who were en route to Florida to spent the remainder of the winter. Mr. Osness has sold his store and has set no particular time for the return home. Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Lee Drove to Waterloo, Sunday, to bring home the two older sons, William and James, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mathias, the maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Duane Logue and son, David, spent last week Sunday and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Logue at Livermore. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Dusne Logue had as guests last week Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown of Neosho, Mo. Supi. and Mrs. O. B. Laing and the letter's mother, Mrs. Rakes, who makes her home here much of the time, were visited recently by Mrs. Rake's son-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. O'Brien of Ames, and Mrs. S. E. Ginn of Reynolds. Mr. and Mis. Eazl Bowman were visited last weekend by their daughter, Delores, a student nurse at St. Joseph hospital, Sioux City, and by Mrs. Eliza Angle of Mason City, mother o! Mrs. Bowman. The Rev. John Clyde, former Congregational pastor, has written friends that he and Mrs Clyde have made what they hope is their last move, and have purchased a home on Magnolu Bluffs, a location with a beautiful view of the mountains, the city lights, and the port, where they wiH especially enjoy seeing the many ships. Mrs. Clyde is in good health again. The Rev I Clyde, a supply minister, says he I has not missed a Sunday since I going to Seattle several months I ago. Their address is 2648 W. Bos | ton street, Seattle 99. Wash. FARMERS ATTENTION! I have purchased a Freese way disc sharpener and can sharpen your discs right on your farm. You need not spend hours and days taking your disc apart and waiting to have it sharpened. So get your disc sharpened now and avoid the spring ruih. Call or Write Arthur Plathe Phone 2577 Bode, Iowa Good Dairy CALVES Can be yours through the use of good sires, available by ar- tifiicial insemination, .at a reasonable cost. For information or service call or see John McMartin, Technician at the Bancroft Creamery 7 to 10 a.m. Phone 5142. Kossuth Breeders Co-op. SECTIONAL Basketball Tournament ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL GYM * Tuesday, Feb. 21 Wednesday, Feb. 22 Thursday, Feb. 23 Saturday ,Feb. 25 TWO GAMES EACH NIGHT-7:30 P.M. and 8:45 P.M. ADMISSION: Adults: 42c plus 8c tax-50c Student: 29c plus 6c-35c * GAMES * TUESDAY NITE Burt vs. Whittemore "B" St. Cecelia vs. Presentation Aead. "B" THURSDAY NITE Semi-Flnals of "B" WEDNESDAY NITE Lone Rock vs. Wesley "B" Algona vs. Britt "A" SATURDAY NITE ftacfl* of "B" at 7:30 P. M. Finals of "A" (Winner of Algona-Britt Game vs. Titonka) at 8:45 P.M. Tuesday - Wednesday February 21-22 IT NEVER LETS YOU GO--*** IF ITS *EWS WE WANT IT I .torrtog BARBARA MALI BOBBY DRUCOLL ARTHUR KENNEDY PAUL STEWART RUTH ROMAN rredu»d by H«d«ck Ullmon, Jr. Dk.ct.il by t.d TiKlaff • (CTMH Play by M.I Din.Ul —2nd Feature— Red Rider in The Cowboy And The Prizefighter" Thurs. - Fri. • Sat. February 23-24-25 —2nd Feature- Alan Curtis in "Apache Chief" Added Serial "Adv. of Wild Sitt Hickok" Get The Job Done NOW! TRHCTOR «nii implnmnt REPRIRS HAVE YOU HAD YOUR M-M TRACTOR CHECKED OVER AND MADE READY FOR THE WORK AHEAD? f Do It Now So You Won't Lose Valuable Time On The Job! HAVE THESE IMPORTANT ITEMS CHECKED BY HOVEY IMPLEMENT CO. Expert, Guaranteed Workmanship Free Estimates • VALVES • CLUTCH • IGNITION • PISTONS • CARBUretor Make Sure Your Tractor Is A Dependable Working Unit NEW FARM EQUIPMENT NOW IN STOCK New M-M Stock • "69" Harvesters • 14, 16 and 2 and 3 Bottom Plows • 21 ft. Disc Harrows • 10 and 12 ft. Single Cut Disc Harrows • Manure Spreaders • 7 ft. 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