The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1950 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1950
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Farm Bureau's Membership At 19ft-Shy Quota Membership in the Farm Bureau has now reached 1950 for Kossuth, 162, of which are new members. The county quota is 2350. The membership drive officially closed March 1, but the cleanup drive is still in progress. Drive chairmen, one from each Wwnshp, left this morning (Tuesday) for a statewide township membership captains rally at Des Moines. Allen Kline, president of the American Farm Bureau, will be the principal speaker. More than 1600 delegates will be at the rally. Delegates from this county left by chartered bus this morning, and will return tonight. Those leaving from here and the townships they represent are: Andrew Brones, Eagle; C. O. Waterbury, Grant; Melvin Logeman, Springfield; Guy Woods, Harrison; Louis Wingert, Lin- coln; Charles Osborn, Seneca; Albert Kollasch, Greenwood; Florian Hellman, Ramsey; Walter Tapper, German; Hershal Hartman, Fenton. ' James Coady, Butt; Fern Drone, Portlana; Art Rhode, Buffalo; Joe Loeoach, Jr., Lous Creek; Homer Dodds, Union; Glen Gabrielson, Plum Greek; John Erpelding, Whittemore; Walter Barr, Crcsco; Hugh Black, Algona; Francis Froehlich, Irvington; Louis Licktieg, Prairie. Tom Kettlesen, Garfield: Pete Kayser, Kiverdale; John Geishecker, Sherman; John Voss, Jr., LuVerne; Joseph Skow, Wesley; William Seene, Buffalo. Mothers •••get the youngsters Easter Shoes at the BUSTER BROWN EASTER PARADE Ghre jroar youngsters the thrill of dressing up for Easter in court new Buster Brown Shoes. TNbw, daring our Easter Parade selling event we have a tremendous stock for you to choose from... in styles and size* for boys and girls of every . age. All made with that famous Busier Brown emphasis on quality and health. These are value shoes for any time of the year. Bring the children in today. All Widths All Sizes BROWHkiii SHOFSTORE ALGONA, IOWA NOW IS THE TIME If it is your car that needs attention, in either motor or body work, let us relieve you of these worries. DAU'S GARAGE 125 Turkeys Die In Brooder Blaze An early morning fire in a brooder house threatened to burn 1,400 young turkeys on the Leonard Draeger farm northeast of Algona, Wednesday morning. The Algona fire department Was called at 3 a. m. to put out a blaze started by an oil brooder stove. Of the 500 turkeys in the brooder, 125 died from the fumes and from being chilled. A high Wind threatened to spread the fire to two other brooders housing 900 more young birds. The turkeys were snout two weeks old. Loss was estimated at $200, Including damage to the house. The fire department "was called out. again Thursday morning at 6 a. m. when fire broke out in the Harold Weber basement, 304 South Ridgley. This fire was caused by live ashes in wooden baskets. Damage was limited to that caused by smoke. son. Ledyard, medical; Laura Neville, Algona, surgery. March 10 — Mrs. Wilford Becker, Bode, boy, 8 lb., 8 oz.; Thomas Wilhelmi. Bancroft, tonsillectomy and appendectomy; Billy Wilhelmi, Bancroft, tonsillectomy and appendectomy; R. J. Welp, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. Pershing Marlow, Burt, appendectomy; Mrs. Kenneth Curran, LuVerne, girl, 7 lb., 14 oz.; Mrs. Louise Larson, Bode, medical; Mrs. Clara Sankey, Algona, medical. MarcH 11 — Mrs. George Baas, West Bend, medical; Larry Brown, Algona, surgery. March 12 — Mrs. Don Potter, Algona, girl, 6 lb., 11 oz.; Duncan Praser, Algona, medical; Mrs. Lewis Gilbride, Algona, boy, 6 lb., 5 oz. Algona Osteopaihlc Clinic March 6 — Virgil Erwin and Lloyd Smith, Renwick, minor surgery. Wesley, minor surgery. March 10 — Mrs. Harold Cur- ran, Corwith, minor surgery. March 11 — Fred Will, Jr., Algona, tonsillectomy. March 12 — Mrs. Pat Hegarty, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 9 oz. March 13 — Mrs. Rae Curtis, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 9 oz. Dolliver To Talk As C. of C. Guest Algona's annual Chamber of Commerce dinner will be held Thursday night. Tickets are now on sale for the annual event, March 16, in the Algona High school gym at 0:30 p. m. James I. Doliiver, Congressman from this district, will be Tuesday, March 14, 1950 Algona Upp«r DM Moin«*~5 guest speaker, talking on socialism. Frank Moulton, Jack Chrtechil- les, Bill Finn, and Gene Murtagh, newly elected directors of the C. C.. will be presented at the banquet. Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus of LuVerne will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sun-\ day, March 26, with open house from two until five o'clock. All their friends and relatives are very welcome. The Ramuses have lived in the LuVerne vicinity all their Ivcs. Lakota Lutherans Plan New Church Sealed bids for the erection of a new St. Paul's Lutheran church at Lakota will be received until March 28. Separate proposals are being received for general construction, electric, plumbing, and heating. Plans for the new church wero drawn up by Ernest H. Schmidt and Co., architects, Mankalo, Minn. An official call for bids is elsewhere in today's Upper Des Moines. 30 Days In Jail, Assault Charge Arden Lloyd, Algona, was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail on an assault and battery charge filed by Donna Lloyd in Mayor Richardson's court last week. The jail sentence was suspended on good behavior, but Lloyd was also fined $50 and costs for resisting an officer. • Alex Reefer, Algona, was fined $15 and costs for disorderly conduct. Carl Norman and Cecil Jones, both of Algona, were fined $5 and costs on the same charge. harry F. Lester, Des Moines, paid $5 and costs for exceeding the speed limit in a residential zone. Glen Smith, Algona, was fined $2 and costs for failing to stop for a traffic signal, and Charles Hardgroye, Algona, $2 and costs for failing to stop at a school flasher. HOSPITALS St. Ann Hoipital March 8 — Mrs. Pershing Marlow, Burt, surgery; Mrs. George Hobbs, Algona, medical. March 7 — Marvin Bode, 'Algona, tonsillectomy and appendectomy; Mrs. John Kirk, Algona, medical; Mrs. Howard Williams, Irvington, medical; Mrs. Lester Gray, Titonka, boy, 9 lb.; Mrs. Gregory Augustine, Bancroft, medical. March 8 — Tim Vipond, Algona, tonsillectomy and appendectomy; Mrs. Emma Dehnert, Algona, surgery; Henry Smith, Burt, surgery; Mrs. Paul Erdman, Wesley, Surgery; Henry Smith, Burt, surgery; Mrs. Paul Marlow, Bancroft, boy, 7 lb., 4 oz.; Mrs. Marvin Penning, Titonka, boy, 9 lb., 7 oz.; Mrs. Dwight Bruns, Wesley, girl, 8 lb., 1 oz. ••* March 9 — George Sefrit, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Duanc John- Particular prefer MODERN'S ELGIN'S lOMrUkWM IT'S JUST GOOD BUSINESS . . . Keeping suits and coats cleaned and In good press at all limes. 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