The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1950 · Page 6
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6—Algona Upper Des Molnei Tuesday, April 11, 1950 $100 In Prizes, Sunday, At Annual Kite Jamboree Next Sunday afternoon—April 10—the sky northeast of Algona will be filled with flying kites of all shapes and sizes. At least members of the Algona Lions Club hope so, and are now putting the finishing touches on their plans for the annual Algona Kite- flying Contest, to be held Sunday beginning at 2:00 p. m. at the K. C. ball park. The Lions, under the leadership of John Burton, kite contest chairman, have even put in an order with the weatherman—for a nice, sunshiny day with a brisk wind. Many special features are being offered this year, to attract kids of all ages, and grown-ups, too. Approximately $100 worth of prizes will be awarded at the end of the contest, and a special grand prize will be given to the youngster with the best all-around kite. Fathers are to get their just dues also, in a special "Fathers Prize Group," for Dads who want to come out and fly a kite them- selves. Lions club members are at present constructing what they claim will be the "world's largest kite," and plans are to fly it Sunday. A special National Guard detail, under command of Lt. Jess Reynolds, will transport children who do not have transportation, or who have large and awkward kites. These vehicles will pick up youngsters at either the Bryant school grounds or high school grounds beginning at 1:00 p. m., Sunday. The trucks are fitted with special mounted "walkie- talkie" radios for the occasion. Children of the community are reminded that entry blanks should be turned in at their school, Friesner's Sports Shop, or Becker's Sporting Goods store not later than Friday night of this week. If you like to fly a kite, or see a lot of them in the air, the Lions invite you out to join the fun. New Cars," Trucks Move Out In County Two Early Residents Of N. W. Kossuth Succumb Swea City — Mrs. Eva Owen Hanifan, daughter of one of Eas Chain's earliest pioneers, die March 27 at University hospita in Minneapolis following an op eration for cancer. She had bee ill last January and had been un dor treatment at the hospital a various times since then. Born April 22, 1902, in Eas Chain township, Martin county Minnesota, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Owens, who came to that area in a very early day and are well-known in neighboring northwest Kossuth. She attended and was graduated from the Grant township high school northeast of Swea City. On May 21, 1926, she was married to John Hanifan and the couple lived at Blue Earth, Minn., for six years, then moved to Fairmont, Minn. _ Three children survive, including Robert of Chanute air field _ near Rantoul, 111.; Betty, and Donna, both of Fairmont. The husband at Fairmont and the aged parents at East Chain also survive, as well as two brothers Donald of Waseca, Minn., and Marvin of Dolliver, Iowa. Funeral services were held at St. Paul's Catholic church in Fairmont, with the Rev. Fr. Kerrigan officiating, and burial was in Calvary cemetery. Attending Irom here was Forrest Hanifan a relative of the bereaved husband. Contrary Best Word On Weather Contrariness is perhaps the best word to describe the week's weather. Easter was a poor day for outdoor appeparances, generally speaking, with a mist and light fog overcast in evidence. The week's weather: Date Mrs. Telning Passes A former resident of this county, Mrs. G. O. Telning, died on March 29, of coronary thrombosis at her home in St. Paul, Minn. Born Susie Esther Anderson in Sweden on Jan. 6, 1879, she came to this country with her parents at the age of three. The family lived at Ames, later at Harcourt. On her 18th birthday anniversary, she was married to Gustaf Oscar Telning. The couple became the parents of six children, two of whom preceded their mother in death. They were Mabelle (Mrs. Nels Nelson) and Ervin. Moving to this community about 35 years ago, the family lived on the Art Murray estate farm, 4 1 -; miles southeast of Swea City. Later they moved to Algona, where Mrs. Telning united with the Baptist church. For l(j yeais they were residents of the K;i.st Chain, Minn., community, just iicross the state line north "of her.; and there Mrs. Telning attended the Evangelical Free Mission church where she was a member unt.l her death. Funeral services were held in St. Paul March 31, ..Mrs. Telr.in<;'.s pastor accompanying the fun< r.il party to East Chain where a sff- niul service was held in the Evtn- Helical Free church with th:it , i-hui-ch's pastor, the liev. Carl 1 Carlson, in charge. Burial v.-a- | ni.ule in the church cenieK-ry !>:•- i Mdc the grave of her s<,n. • Surviving are her husband, four ! fhihireri, Mrs. Florence .','<•> -, r • Swea City, Mrs. Edna An-i<-- — ! jiii'l Mr.-. Eleanor Gla-er tot- -A St. I'i.ul, !ii;,i Mrs. Ei-:..-'.',!:-j '••:' \ Granada, Minn Th'-rt a.-t.- .'...-.-'• • grandchildren. : Ark-ne Ptter.ion in-Uj"- • - ' the Vogue School of Ka-.r'. .'•"." Chicago, i.; making an Ka-t<-r v • with her mother, Mr.-:. l-trr/lY-!<-:'- .sun, and her sister, Mis. h:c.-".;,:'•* O'Green. Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Snyder .sp'-M. • the Easter weekend with \ ••• '• mother, Mrs. C. R. Wicks, in Mad- j ison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Crawford | became parents of a son on Apnl 3 at Fairmont Community hospital. Mr. Crawford is employ..u tit the Vern Mortensen hatcherv. ^ Esther Charlotte Smith spent Thursday to Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mr.:,. Walter G. Smith. Miss Smith, who has accepted a contract for another year as supervisor of vocal music in the Charles City schools, was recently reflected president of the Floyd county educational association, an organization composed of all teachers in the county. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Farrington of Grant township have moved to Seneca township to make their home in a .small tenant's cottage on the farm operated by their :.un-in-law, Win. Dorsey. The cottage was moved from the Grant tarm and was until recently the home of. the Farrington's son Chester and his family, who have now moved into the main house on the same farm and will op- ei.ile the place alone this year. Mrs. Mabel Mino is visiting rel atives in California. She made the trip with a nephew who was hauling a load of corn to the wes coast. Mr. and Mrs. Gorham of Odebolt are visiting at the home of their son-in-law, Leonard Mino, this* week. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Greenfield and children were guests at the confirmation services at Kiester, Minn., in which Mr. 3reenfield's nephew was a con- firmand. The home being built by the Frank Benteles on the lots they purchased from Walter Lunn is apidly being completed, enclosure having been finished this week. The location is in the southwest part of town. Mrs. Alma Jacobsen of Malmo, Sweden, who is in this country n a three months' visit with rel- tives, has concluded a short visit .vith her uncle, Emil O'Green. ler visit has taken her over much of the United States, hav- ng started in Florida, thence to alifornia. and back through nzona and the Grand Canyon o Iowa where she also planned o visit Mason City relatives. Ac- ompanying her on the trip were er brother and wife, Mr. and [rs. Emil Swanson of Louisville, .y. Mrs. Jacobsen is an interior ecorator and has been in this ountry once previously, 11 yeara go. She expects to fly back to Sweden. It must be spring! In a record week, 48 new vehicles were registered in the county. Out for spring drives are 38 new passenger cars, while 11 of the registered vehicles were trucks, pickups, and panel trucks, as follows: Buick — A. H. Borchardt, Algona; Bruce Sandberg, Algona. Chevrolet — Walter Adams, Algona; Algona Produce, pickup; Lester Allen, Algona; Paul Arend, Burt; Bancroft Coop Creamery, panel; J. A. Bargar, Lakota; Joseph Bonnstetter, Whittemore: Lewis Duffy, Whittemore: Bennie Eden, LuVerne; William Carman. Jr., Burt; Willard Girard, Titonka: Edward Habeger, West Bend pickup: James Haverly, Wesley: O. R. Jensen. Fenton: James Jorgensen, Bancroft: M. T. McGuire, Algona, pickup: Wayne Mechler. Titonka: J. H. Menke. Bancroft: Frank Meyer, Fenton, pickup: F. P. Newel, Fenton. hearse: Alton Pettit. Lone Rock: Joseph Ramus, Algona; Elmer Swanson., Swea City, truck: Leander Vaske. I Bancroft; Lawrence Walders. Armstrong: J. H. Welp. Bancroft. Ford — Wayne Alderson. Tenton, truck: Alfred C. Boecke* 1 Titonka. truck; Richard Bor- ! chardt, Fenton: Duane Campbell, Swea City: Richard Ferst. Algona; Alden McAdams, Aleons- Victor Neuroth, Algona: Ralph Reding. Ottosen, truck: Robert Ruby, Lakota; Raymond Schipull LuVerne; Alfred Stenzel. Lakota International — J. H. Menk Bancroft. Hudson — Palmer Cassem. El more. Cadillac — H. D. Clapsaddle Algona. Nash — Merle Edwards, Buffa lo Center; Ben Hansen, Whitte more. • Oldsmobile—Rev. E. H. Busch nan, Lakota; John Dorenbush Lakota; Frank Reding, LuVerne Studebaker — Duane Johnson Ledyard. "Smallest Baby" Survives April April April April April April Hi Lo . 37 30 42 25 49 I 60 50 22 36 -----------9 (.15R) ______ 37 . ______ April 10 ____________ 58 A drop in the temperature rolled into Kossuth county Monday but was not expected to last long' although unsettled weather is forecast. Successful Bidder The Pratt Electric Co. of Algona was the successful bidder for electrical work on a new addition to the junior high school at Clarion. The bid on the electrical work was $5,647. WRECKS REBUILT Expertly Done • Fender Repairing • Car Painting • Body Work 24-Hour TOWING SERVICE AUTO COLLISION BODY SHOP Phone 230 Jound Over In Mayor's Court Henry Conrad Hefty. Hardy vas bound over to district couri from Mayor B. P. Richardson's court, charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated last week. Hefty was fined $300 by Judge Fred M. Hudson in Dis- Irict Court Tuesday, and his driver's license was revoked for 60 days. Hefty pleaded guiliy to operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Appeal bond wa* set at $500. . Also in the mayor's court was WilJiam Kevane, Storm Lake, who spent overnight in jail on an intoxication charge. William Buize, Chicago, was given a 10 days suspended jail sentence for vagrancy. In Justice of the Peace J. B.. Johnston's court, Everett Knudsen, Algona, was fined $25 and costs for intoxication. Arden Briggs, Algona, paid $10 and costs for failing to have a hunting license while hunting. W. J. Giossi, Algona, was fined $10 plu.s costs for speeding. Maurice Laubenthal, Livermore, paid S5 and costs for failing to dim his headlights; Arthur Thompson, Sioux Falls, S. D., $5 for failing to yield the hight of way; and Carl Carlson, Sioux City, $5 for a stop sign violation. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Largest stock in Kossuth county. Algona Upper Des Moines, in the NEW newspaper building, Algona, la. Beltared lo be the smallest baby ever to hare be«n born w-£°? Ullt coun A? nd H»* MMk Alan Daugard is shown above with his Parents. Mr. and Mrs. Emmerl Daugard of Livermore. as he left St. Ann Hospital »*re lasl Friday. t»*« Alan weighed only 2 Ibs. 9Y2 ounces at birth* Jan. «?;»t k we ' 9 u *! '5 J 11 S 1bs * * Bd 2 ounce * M he left the hos- until March it P'aced in an incubator from Jan. 28 The Daugards farm fire miles east of Livermore, and they tiaTe one other child, another boy. a little over a year of age. (Algona Upper Des Moines flashfoto). Tax Board At School, April 5 Swea City — Walter G. Smith, member of the Kossuth county board of assessment and review, attended the tax school held Wednesday at Garner for boards of 14 north Iowa counties. Other members of the Kossuth county board attending were A. A. Schipull of LuVerne, Howard French of Titonka, Ed Mawdsley of Algona, County Assessor Leo Immerfall, and Deputy Assessor H. M. Huber. Those conducting the tax school were State Attorney General -ook and members of the state :ax commission. The county board of review will go into session on May 1, HOSPITALS Academy Junior Senior Prom Set St. Ce-oe^'a A.-^rr.-.?-"* junior class is mskir!£ prfparsiinns for the ar.nus! Jur.-rr-Sfr.:,-.r Prom which will be he'd in the V F W hall. Thursday, April 33. The class flcnver. the orchid, will be utilized in table decorations and the class colors, blue and white, will predominate in> the hall decorations which will center around the theme "Rhapsody in Bloom." The Junior-Senior Prom has always been a gala event at St. Cecelia's with former graduates enjoying the evening of dancing and class reunions. This year features a reversal of form in the host program, for the ever hospitable St. Cecelin's alumni will be hosts to the Jun- ors and Seniors at a six o'clock linner and an evening of dancing o the music of the Henry Charles orchestra. Parents of the Juniors ind Seniors will be guests at the >anquet program which follows he dinner. Eight sophomore girls, Roseanne Erpelding, Ida Rose Fandel, Delores Hammer, Kathleen Grif-* in, June McEnroe, Bette Miller, -.avonne Hoffmann, and Bonniot Schleusner will serve as wait- Besses for the,-evening. The parents of the Junior an Senior class officers who will serve as chaperones for the eve- ling are Attorney and Mrs. L. Vinkel, Dr. and Mrs. John Kene- ick, Mr. Joe Harig, Mr. and Mrs. Vill Weiner, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jarton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher, AT. and Mrs. Andy Bowman, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ristau. St. Ann Hospital March 27 — Henry Meyer, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. Robert Budlong, Titonka, medical. March 28 — Mrs. J. S. Devine, Whittemore, boy, 5 lb., 14 oz. March 30 — Mrs. Virgil Roethler, Algona, boy, 7 lb., 8 oz.; Arthur Ward, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. Nick Reding, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. Kenneth Wagner, Corwith, medical. March 31 — Mrs. Robert Budlong, Titonka, medical. April 1 —. Mrs. Joe Donahue, Bancroft, girl, 7 lb.; George H. Meyer, Whittemore, medical; John Swanson, Titonka, medical; Clarence Schutjer, Wesley, medical; Mrs. Richard McKenna, Bode, medical. April 2 — Mrs. Glenn Jones, Algona, boy, 8 lb., 11 oz.; Mrs. Stanley Finsness, Algona, surgery; Mrs. N. B. Best, Algona, boy, 8 lb., 14 oz. April 3 — Sarildia Ann Goeders, Sexton, medical; Mrs. 'John Sissner, Rodman, surgery; Mrs Clarence Rochleau, Algona, sur- lery. ,4 April 5 — Mrs. Greg Augustine, fr., Bancroft, girl, 7 lb., 3 oz.- Mrs. Mary Newman, Algona, medical; Darrel Steven, Algona, urgery; Marilyn Trunkhill, Burt, medical; Arthur Doyle, Bancroft, urgery; Mrs. Ray Miller, boy, 6 lb. 9 oz.; Charles Sparks, Algona, medical. . . April 6 — Mrs. Bill Fett, Lu Verne, maternal; Mrs. Joseph McGovern, Fenton, girl, 9 lb., 2 oz. April 7 — Mrs. Merlyn Hoover, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Raymond Berte, LuVerne, girl, 7 lb., 13 oz.; Mrs. Marie Gord, Humboldt, tonsillectomy; Walden Wood, Bode, tonsillectomy. April 8 — Mrs. Francis Stogie, Whittemore, boy, 8 lb. April 9 — Mrs. Joseph Krieps, Sexton, accident, expired; Mrs. Oliver Carlson. Algona, accident; Theodore Herbst, Algona, surgery. April 10 — Clark Adams, Algona, tonsillectomy; Don Miller, Algona, surgery. Elevator Annex At a stockholders meeting last week, it was voted to build an annex to tfie West Bend Coopera- :ive elevator. The annex will have a storage space for 250,000 Wesley Air Man Going To Alaska Wesley — Lt. and Mrs. Gordon oebig and small daughter Judy f Rapid City, S. D., are expected o spend the weekend with Loe- ig and Arndorfer relatives. Lt. Loebig has been transferred •) Alaska, and will leave for here following his furlough. Mrs. oebig and daughter will live ei- her here or in Algona. Gordon expects to .spend a, lonth here. ' for a kantifiii, permanent, alf.-purpose- lawn there is none h better than -" MI1HAIL.LEONARD North Central Iowa Feed & Paint Co. 60S DIAGONAL PHONE 828 ^Surge See the Full Page SURGE Advertisement in the 'Farm and Home Section' AND THEN SEE SURGE AT **** **** * >Linde Implement Swea City, Iowa YOUR SURGE SERVICE DEALER CATFISH SEASON OPENS SATURDAY Get Your Fishing License Here Saturday the Fish will really get cross-eyed looking at all the baits. Look at all the big names that we carry in tackle, Sodth Bend, Langley, Ocean City, Pfleuger, Shakespeare, Bronson. Saturday's Big Opening Special! While They Last. Cane Fish Poles only MINNOW PAILS 1.19 CAMP STOOLS Canvas Covered 98c GAS CANS 1 GAL. 98c DIP NETS 1.09 up LINE BUSTER .50c Jar TACKLE BOXES 2.98 up Here's the Fishermans Delight- All Glass Rod for only $6.95 All Steel Rods from $1.69 up. A snowy white imported batiste with square neclcline and yards and yards of yal in an extravagant looting lovely. Sizes 32 to 40 At a pinch-penny price/ THE ELITE SHOP The Full Page Philco Refrigerator Ad in 'Farm and Home Section" Enclosed With This Newspaper 4'- -t.il>-,.;* **:iJl SEE The New 1950 Philco Electric Range Where You BROIL Under Glass- No More Smoke—No Soot —No Stain The New Philco Upright Freezer-101 Packages Frozen Foods Included— All For Total Price of Only $265 PHILCO for 1950 Is Better Than Ever! SEE THEM AU AT- ALGONA REFRIGERATION TV-Radio.. H.M 8 «»tow, AU Conditioning M W. STATE PHONE 306

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