The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 13, 1948
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I I i' ' f dn^dladjff* '*«?-**,**% >^ **&'-'•**« Amcnc&r ffolt tee presented with ' -.Wednesday, for hav- I rheitifaership quotas • terms of office, .the medals were the 943, R. H. Miller and .err 1944—Wm. Haw- M M. '3, Streit; 1946— R&fa iftson and W F. Cod- and 'A, Jensen; 1947—W. E find E. J. Zender, NESS I* AW Y 1 f L1HMAM fa LYNCH Attdrneys-at-Law , *0ffice' ovci" Koskilh Mut. Ins. r#, r Bidi, • - Algona Iowa Phone 261 "M. W, MILLER • Law Offices "H 6'oiinty Attorney Phono,'Off ice "427; residence 700 Alfona, Iowa ' J. D. LOWE Attorney-at-Law ' Phone 287 , HAROLD, McNERTNEY * { i LAWYER ' Office in Hutchison Bldg. ^, Phone 354 Algona, Iowa E.,J. VAN NESS Low Offices E. J. Van Ness — Delia Weltei , Office,, in new Heise block - '" Algona, Iowa G. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj II. *'. Fristedt •SHIT<*WAY. KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 53 " Algona, Iowa , LAURENCE A. WINKEL ' .- Allprney-at-Law HulcuLJon Building Phone ISw Algona A. HUTCHMON (deceassd) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON A ttorneys-at-Law Security State Bank bldg. L. W. NITCHALS Law Office Hutchison Bldg. Phone 12 J. N. KENEFICK, M, D. i' Physician and Surgeon '"Office over James Drug Store Office phone 300, Residence 326 V y-C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Sureeon and Physician I Office Joan <Jalbraith block Phone 444' " Algona, Iowa ' Phones: Office 310, home 444 MELVIK G. DOURNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 DR. ROBERT W. LEE Physician & Surgeon Sawyer Bldg. Office Phone 127 Residence 827 JOHN M. SCHUTTER. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 114 North Moore St, Office ph. 1051 Res. ph, 1029 DENTISTS DR. R, C. DEWEL DENTIST Council Oak Building Phones Office, 1020; Res., 833J A. J. EASON ' k J>entist Off ice iover y James Drug Store PhoMt Office, 59 DR. J, P, HERRIG Oentisi Rooms 13 and 15 Haggard Se Peterson Bldg, Office Phono 19; Residence 569 ' Algana, Iowa KARL R, HOFFMAN " „< TDentfst - *• Office jn new Heise bldg, Phones;-Office. 44: res,, 118 i * INSURANCE * KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION ance jrt.-jfgyce', JV home por *« kafe, sepurf,\P,' D, Pflxspn, ec'y, r YOU* Money's Worth In .BiAi, ESTATE ; LOANS ANP INSURANCE M, HERIST , ' Kollasch-'Garry Wedding „.. H ° 1 F. n Kollasch, daufefitcr/of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer KollascrT of SWca City, and Sgt, Thomas Garry,, son of Mrs. Alice Garry of'Led- yard, were married Dec. 30 'at Sacr/d Heart church, Ledyard. R6v. Edward S. Maynard officwtcdr •, , , .The couple is picturedf.-.above, , ... , Mrs. Kenneth Roethlcr.fsister of the bride, from Algona,' was matron of honor. Ruth Garfy of Ledyard acted as bridesmaid. Kenneth Roethler.of Algona acted a^best'mah, and Edward Bauer, Swea City, was also a groom's attendant. H ' ,' The bride was given in. marriage by her father. She was attired in a white satin wedding dress With senior train, long sleeves, pointed high neckline and> beaded bodice. Her headdress was a fingertip'veil and she carried a bouquet,of yellow roses. ' : •• ' Mrs. Harold Inglett played the wedding march and she and 1 Rita Garry sang. •' y V, Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride s parents. The newlyweds left for Denver, where they .will i*«c< i/4« •• " reside. u ^ he -^ ridc is a g'' a duate of Swea City high, and is now employed by the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co., of Denver.' The groom is a graduate of Ledyard high and is now in the, army air forces, stationed at Lowry Field, Denver, Col. . • . , TAYIOR Implement Co. J.I.CASE MACHINERY PHONE 4ZI ' ' HUDSON CARS ALCONA.IOWA t \ Farm News Bulletin x • . . " \' •• NOW AVAILABLE AT TAYLORS^ NEW GALLOWAY TRACTOR SPREADER NEW /CYLINDER; CORN SHELLERS, „ . , Limited Quantity ', ' -' KNOBBY TREAD TIRES-6:OOxl6 NEW FLARE BOXES-ALL MAKES < , Iowa's 'farm, land boom is still booming. Average'price? are up Io $167 an acre^almost twice the average of 1941. Western ' Iowa land is going up faster than land in olhey sections. > L___NOW AVAILABLE AT TAYLORS-——- . WIDE TYPE BOXES , i, • * r NEW TRACTOR WEEDER ATTACHMENT FOR, CULTIVATOR ' V 'V£~ 24-FOOT MARSHALLTOWN WEEDER CEMENT PIG TROUGHS ,. NEW SPEED JACKS drinking water fo| stock will save you feed this winter, It takes a lot of corn and hay to warm up the gallons of water cow or steer drinks-every day, , , --NOW*'AVAILABLE AT TAYLORS — NEW TRAILERS (Check Our Prices on these) NEW CUSHMAN SCOOTERS NEW BICYCLES, NEW FANNING MILLS SNOW BUCKETS FOR MANURE LOADERS NEW FERTILIZER SPREADERS b An Iowa farmer , from a insured IP bpiU in ,lhe fw,mer, tly; lost all -hii> buildings,, except hjs '•" l! ";lightning hit, r TJ»» byi'" 5 Of > their , J Post, Biit^a ,„,„»„ ,» t ,-.,.j iD^he-t^irliwi •IVnd -he 1 found'he couldn't rebuild, f 9* ; t,wic? ihe etnoun* pf/his }piuran??^ Have yew chevlied vtp 9n\yovtr8 'mftn*l|rT.4 , ,; |.;' '".;/,', ;. ^ ; ;', ^ V>/. •'• 1 v -iw^NOVy'TAVAliAPlP AT- JAYIORS^^ >: . 1 ' ,W ' '/J/^ '.-,-.-,-,-.• "-V,;* lJ^5fcafi } ' " " " ""* —-~--' 1-JQHN PiiBiD TRACTOR Soe/ety 6, fi, 3. id Install— Eastern Star installatibn Was lb-be held Tuesday eveHiftg; Jan. 13, at 8 j). m, at the 1 - Masonic iMrs. Gregson [Funeral Riles Temple. Preceding the ceremony jt » . . ** On Saturday by Mrs. Marvin Anderson, vocal music fiartlett and 'ttnd orchestra selections by Hen ry .Becker, Art Kfeckef; Donald Kuchynka and ,Glen Raney was planned.. Officers installed: Mrs. Leota Geigel, Worthy ma* tronj Otto Harlan, worthy pd- tfon; Dorothy Parsons, associate patron; Fama LihdHolm, conductor; Maxitte Sharp, associate conductor; Leora St. John; sec* retary; Zelda McGuire, treasurer; Katherine Parks, chaplainj Evelyn Thompson, marshal; Ethel Loss, organist. < Ruth Guderian, Adah; Pearl Gerber, Ruth; Goldie*Guderian Esther; Oneita Didriksen, Mar* tha; Ruth Harlam, Electa; lone Thompson, warder; Byron Richardson, sentinel. ( Lola Scuffham will be the in» stalling officer. Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh, the outgoing matron will be presented with a past • matron's pin. This evening's meeting is open to the public. Honored at Shower— Cyrilla Vaske was honorec at a prenuptial miscellaneous shower Sunday at Bancroft. The hostesses were Mrs. Henry Lensing and daughters, Mrs. Al Lensing and daughter Mrs. Ed Vaske, Mrs. John Vaske, all of Bancroft, and Mrs. Roman Wilhelmi 01 Wesley. The gifts Were opened by the bride-elect' and a niece, Jean El-' len Lensing, who is to be bridesmaid. The afternoon's social diversion was "500". <.Miss Vaske, who has a beauty shop here, is 'to be married to Melvin J. Sifert, Monday, Jan. 19, .at St. John's church-at Bancroft. Wed 25 Years— Mr, and Mrs. Glaus Daniels of Burt observed their 25th wedding anniversary Jan. 10, and a' surprise party was given them Sunday by 45' selatives and iriends in honor .of the event. Mrs. Andrew .Krominga. assisted 3V Mrs. Ray Welp and Mrs. Gene Crominga baked and decorated a :our-tiered wedding cake which they brought to the party. The afternoon was spent socially, af- er which lunch was served. The Mrs Willard Gregson died Thursday afternoon at her home here following-'a heart attack suffered that morning. She was 30 years old. Although she had been in poor hdalth from a long standing heart condition, her death was an unexpected shock to the family. ' She was the -daughter, Pearl Mattie, of the 'late Mr. and Mrs. RUsscl Frye. Mrs. Grefjson was born 06t. 5, 1908, on a farm near Radcliff in Hardin' county. When she was eight ydars old her parents moved to Cresco townshio and she spent the remainder of her lifo m Kosslith county. Her education was in the rural schools. On Doc. 19, 1929, she was married' at Humboldt to WilJard Gregson of Corwith. Tho couple lived their entire married life in Algona. Mrs. Gregson made a hobby of growing roses. She was adept at growing other flowers, and the neat house on Fail- street had many beautiful plants, In summer time, flowering window boxes added an inviting touch to the home. Funeral services were held Saturday at 2 p. m. in the Algona Methodist church of which she was a member. .The Rev. A. J Riggs of'Wesley officiated and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Pal) hearers-were Walton Falb, Don Christensen, 'Henry Phillips, Jesse tashbrook. Russell Cook and Lloyd Brockman. Arrangements were by McCullough's. Mrs. Gregson is survived by her husband, sisters Audrey Frye and Mrs, Charles Harvey, both of Algona. and a brother Ernest Frye of Hugo, Okla. Her father and three sisters all have died during the past four years. Mr. Frve came from Oklahoma to attend the funeral. lonorees received and flowers. many gifts; urprise Mrs. Free— t Mrs. Maude Free was given a urprise birthday party Sunday ivening. the guests bringing cov- red dishes and supper being crved at 5 o'clock. Those at- endingo were Mesdames Pearl Potter, Buth Kintigh, Alyda Allen, Ruth Harland, and Eva Corey. Country, Club Dance— "'" "'"-"""Country*-* „ . _ l? dja , nee. is planned for this week Wednesday evening at the former, P. W, camp ' Officers ' clubhouse, with the Jimmie Smith ten-piece orchestra from' Waterloo 'furnishing the mflsic. This the Country club's" first' dance of 'trie season. There will be a men's Country club 'stag' at the, same place Thursday evening. . <• S* ' ~~' 6 Above Zero Monday Night Weatherman Harry Noltc * said there would be slowly rising temperatures in this area for the next 48' hours, in reporting the weather Tuesday morning. Month's Weather: -" ' Date High Low Jan, 2. _•_ 2 Jan. 3 1: __ 33 Jan. 4''.'___' : 35 Jan. 5 ' I 40' Jan.' 6 ___' , 35 Jan. -7 .__" ,_40 Jan: 8 —"i „_' 39 Jan. 9 , .37 Jan. 10 .1 __„ 27 Jan. 11 —'. .43 Jan, 12 _.,..: , 36 Jan, 13 , — Swea Creamery " Meeting t'Swea City: The annual meeting of the Swea City Co-Operative Creamery was held last Jan. 6, with 225 persons in attendance. Cecil Thorson \was reelected for.a'.three-iyear term at the business, moating, and other directors are George Harner, Martini Tokheim, John Walker and Pui-l dplph.,,Peterson. Mr. Harner is president of the board. Buttermaker A. M. Amundsen ga^vje,, a report that indicated a considerable increase in profits Jastj wfcaajc. u.Total ,.assets, jumped • 4 19 19 24 16 23 25 24 17 26 8 0- from.$ll;967«.87'to''$25;ff05. l 29-'for the year just ended. Butter 'sales •totaled 164,397 Ibs., an increase of 39,434 Ibs. . Dividends paid to stockholders rose from $2771 to $7659. fp8oj£ price's were .received by •Andrew • Berg, Mrs. ; Clarence Gardner, Bill Barnette, Frank Dontje, Carl" Anderson, Harvey Larson,'-" George Jude Hill and Mino. / , ' Nyman, Mrs. Mrs. Leonard Confess Robbery Of Burt Station Buri: Jack P. Howcll, 19. and Harvjeyi-Hill, J6,, Eagle Grove boys arrested for car thefts, confessed to a filling station break- in here the nieht of Dec. 14. Both were jailed at Clarion, where Howell was bound ove'r> to the grand jury for motor vehicle larceny ^ with bond which he could not give fixed at $5000, Hill_and 12 other Eagle Grove boys were held for hearings on various charges, • / St. John's Beaten 41-31, Fort Dodge Corpus Christi, Fort Dodge, turned back St, John's of Bancroft, 41 to 34, in a well played game Friday night on the Fort Dodge floor. While the victor? dominated play in the first half.Hhe visitors from Kossuth ?ame back, strong jn the, second half and after they got the range, began propping in long' - shots' th^t considerably closed the eKvlien gap. Smith.' forward, Jed the St, John's scoring with five baskets and three-free ^hrows. Mulljgan, center, haci ,two buckets but dropped in seven',free throws. The Bancroft team, points via. the Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Koppcn became the parents of a 9-lb, son, ,born at ,the McCreery hospital,; Whittemore,, Jan. 2, The infant has' been named Robert James, , This is the second son foe the Kqppens. Fir*?} Saturday ,; ' A fire alarm, Sac noon'," called the city department to the Hugh McMurray home, 614 South Dodge St., where shin- , urclay gles were blazing, was The damage Mrs,, Gencjler To Move Whihemore; Mrs, Mike Geng ler will move to a farm near West Bend' to tiye with her son- and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Emil ThUge,s. Mrs.i Gengler will hojd a household ,sale here Saturday, Jan, 17, Mr- and Mrs have rented the You must tell wlpr* b«t I couldn't find thing Wfeng with only $1.35 g pair, i bought ,. ,. M r . „ r, y * v r~ - ww# ;f '<;',' f - ' >^-?.f :•'•? ^n^ff January t3, 1948 Afgdrm JANUARY CLEARANCE A The New Look In Coats on Sale For $39.00 A beautiful flare back" hood- coat in 100% wool covert fine grade suede,cloth and gabardine. Values to $54.50. \ Some lovely coats in fleeces, suede cloth and meiton all wool. Values to $34.50. $19 \ If you are short, here is a real buy—boxy styles - fitted styles- Plain and fur trim. Part Wool Anklets Lots of pretty colors in fa* mous "Trimfit" Ank- MA*lets, values to 89c Now^**" Sweaters, All Wool—Button Styles^ Slipover Styles — NoVelly Sweaters— ** QQ Values to $5.95.... *•«»<• Bfassieres • Cleanup of Better Brassieres Values io $1.75 > I' Aft NOW I "0« Wool Slacks.,, Wool Slacks—Plain or Fancy Patterns—Large Assortment—Values io i *> AC NOW • • .*•«» Girdles - ', > Girdles b y "Craftsman',' Quality Garments I > QQ Values to 3.95 NOW ' • •«"• I want to tell you about the, bargains I got in Kresenskys childrens dept. There' f rs ' " was,a whole tableful of skirts, blouses and suits. Me Tell Even the sale dresses and N coats at Kresensky's have -that new bole—ths'girls'-af.^ -.;'*'«• • *' v'M ',•<""*" \ 'YJ^il the store say its'not the. > h t\Jl "new . look" 'now. its, the I' r ':"fi - > v/,---j> '•• -"."m "right look". Let's go dowii tomorrow and ^picjt^put, ,r~" -. ' r * ! 'something. '- A 'J%"'< ':/! ">,,r ' ..« * r£ Cotton House Coat Yards of Good Material—' anly • Hats Take N Your Choice — . All Fall and Winter Hals Price Jewelry Earrings—Pin — Bracelet — Necklaces—Values to 3.95 $1.00, Wool Fascinators Soft Warm—Now only 50c Rayon Full Fashioned, 3 Pr, For $1.00 The Right Look in Dresses at " 'i Sale Prices. •''fcjSo j* •>'?," I'f~,i \m? ' ' Woll Crepes-all, sizes. Values $22:50 / $10 Good styles — different , locking-Values to $17.95. $7 and $15 . '> Lots of value; in these. Values to $12.95, SAVE UP TO ONE HAlF ON "ZERO KING" t • , , • ' v- - .», Beaver Moyton. 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