The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 7
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fa* th<J ining School al Cam ft«: The school fae ellgi- bis fcAi*&l eatfdidates' ottni AjSHi 19 afifd Is eojftdtfelld by atrol, '* " blanks can be _ _ Moires, ," Jespersen said that \ ca.Iiorts' " wjWY'J SottSli par's, seHou- > 40 men'will ' "> the'----"•• Be chosen . wr- . examiners vacan" dies will be filled by men who, successfully c'omp^eje the 'training"course. atrdl chief empha- ii il U necessary for . .. ....,.__. t6 meet the ,<ifertt'enis',s,*I, up for pa. ere.'\ ' The 4ppifca'fi!4 " must possess ihe foHowln fieiiienss ', n (1), M^ye been a ' paif two ' ,, by August 1, 1948; 3), hdve not' passed, 33rd , birthday si itme of applica- tiori) (4) be nSt less than .5 f bet. 10 inches or more than & feet 3 inches in height; (S) have completed %t least a high, school education or the equivalents (6) be ' able ' to satisfactorily' pass a specified physical and mental test.. ' Jesp~eiteon Wid' further de- fails cart be obtained -.from any patrolman or by writing the' Des Moines ' fers. •. , , 4? Stork Visits InContyFor \ Month January a "-v ' • '' For the month of January, 19,48, birth certificates were registered at- the office of lyTrs. Almia Pearsop,v,d,istrict court clerk, fbr 47$new Arrivals. There were 23 girls and 24 boys, zens are: ( Maricial Vieves Le'd'yard; Bancroft; David Jolene The new cilji- L Ba,rtelo ,Jr., Bruns,' Bruhh, John Ann Cvlinder; Cheri Ann tioeckholt,' Algona; John Christopher, Mai- kin Bradley, Algona;. Bonnie Jean Brown. Buffalo Center; Shirley Ann Chism, Rolfe; Baby Dixon, Algona; Arlene Marie • Dro.essler, Lakota. ^aula Jean DarneH, Algona;' Linda Mae Erickson, Algona; Janet Theresa E\schen, LuVerne; .Ruth Ann Elbert, Whittemore; Patricia Ann Foster, Algona; Gary LeRoy Fett, Algona; Eugene Richard Frankl, Irvington;< Samson Barnes French, Rossie; Marsha Jean Godden, Burt. Robert John Gengler. Whittemore; Carol Lynn Gingerich, West Bend; Steven • Richard Ho-" vey, Rolfe; David Paul Hoff, Wp- den; Lynda Rae Hulme, Woden; Wayne Eugene Hanselman, West Bend; .Arlan Eugene Jacobson] Ottosen. Julie Kay Lunning. Buffalo Center: Thomas Harold Lappe, Buffalo Center. / Maureen Kathryn Ler^tsch, Algona; Clyde Junior Moore, Burt; Michael Robert McGuire, ' Ti> tonka; Sharon Lee Nelson,'Algona; Elizabeth '.Joyce PJathe,' 1 B'p'de; Sharon iS Kjjy Plathe,. Mai-! lard; Jean' E\auie, Plerpel, 'BuritJ Lyl? Edward Rippentrpp,,.Ban- |croft; Donald Paul ;R'jck'e, Ban|croft^ Pierce Joseph Reiter, Banff, croft; Mary Clair Hoepke, Al-. gona; Patricia Ann Ruhnke, S^hittembrej Jane Margaret Lynch. Bancroft; Richard Wil-; liam Salz,, Ottosen; Thomas Lee Stoffel, Algona; James Johm Smith, Algona; Alan ( Raphae^ Thilges, Algona, and B.etty Marie AUlrich,. v .» rl peath certificates were filed hi January for Selma Charlotte An-' detson, 74, S.wea C%; 'Thomas Bosma Sr.', 68," Buffalo Center; Martha Beyreis, 86, Algona; Shirley Ann Chism, less than one day, Rolfe; Ida Elizabeth' Edelman, 78, Lone Rock; Carol Lynn Gingerich, less than one day, West Berld; Pearl' 'Matt'ie Gregson, 39, Algona; Wiley' G. Hines, 67, Algona; Melbourne, O. Simpson, "53, Algona; Richard J. ,Skilling, 83, Irvington; M.ary L\i- cille Thul, 1, Ledyard; flenry Thilges, 69, St.'Joe; Thomas Eugene Weig, 11 mos., Wesley. Mrs. Isabella Dahl and Joan spent last weekend at Swea City with Mr. and Mrs, Herman Bpw- man, si'ster and brother-in-law of Mrs. Dahl, • Tulips Thru On Feb. 27-Hpnest! It Was a reVoltin' development that |lo,wer growers, at least some* of them discovered Friday. A week' of',. aj?,ov> normal temperatures melted ,most of the- srtow, then Fridays all day rain got rid of the rest of, It.', With the o^d-snow, a winter's accumulation ' of dust . and soot washed away and a clean' bed of dirt left 'gardeners found tulips had broken through the ground as much as an inch. Arid that on Feb. 27 in riorth Iowa! /' In a normal season tulips bloom here in May, any time fi*6m the first 'of the month until' Decoration Day. '"' ' ' There is considerable s'peciula- tion as to how those tiilip tips are going to be Kept from freezing, or are they? USE' THE WANT ADS ent Motor Co. Several KossUth Womerf Will Attend the'Sprifig meting of tfie Iowa Council of Republican oW- men at Hotel Kirkwobd In EJ,es next week A pantomine, wfitten by Mts, Mary .Woodward, WhttteMote, With ten prominent loWa'women taking part, will be given, ft titled, "America Is Coming."' Hairdressers Meet A national hair dpessers cosmjs- tology meeting for Iowa district six will be held at Geor'ge's care herd March 1 9. Dinner will be £l 7 p.m. after which S,enat6r D, E. Dewel will address the group on legislation-pertaining to their prp- fession. Mrs. Valeria Btigg^ of the tytoclernistic shot) in Algdna is" president of the Kossuth cpsmetp- logists. Libraries Honored The Algon,a public library and the Lakota and LuVerrie' libraries are among official depositories, of the state Historical society, -ac? cording to a booklet just issued by, society. L. E. Linnan, Algona, is a life member of the society by Virtue of more than 30 years' membership, and Sister Mary Rita Clare, Bancroft, N. L. Cation, Lone Rock, and Wm. C. Dewel, Algona, are annual dues members. -t FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION , SEE.4, , • -..*- _••. - - «., Donald Youngwirth LuVerne, Iowa ewe novf avalJah]!^ nnd' lieve 9 Qm New \ coloring an4 iithe time to Buy That 10x14 • delivery can be made ' -t> JKt -a * <i. * feeders wili AT BJUSTHOM^S '- For. Allowance on a Brand Nem YES! YOUR OLD LIVING RQQM SET IS WORTH MONEY TO YOU-ON THE THE PURCHASE OF ONE OF OUR BRAND-NEW, SMARTLY - STYLED, SOUNDLY- BUILT 2-PIECE SUITES! HAVE THAT NEW LIVING ROOM SET YOU HAVE WANIED^-AND YOUR OLD SET WILL ACTUALLY HELP PAY FOR IT. i W This Unusual The demand for living room suites is always highest in the Spring. We have a , Jorge ttdck of new living room suites i . jt • i 11 ( j rt ,f. riu~ - I ji{ ^ r on hand—many of them -just r jt i received, in the past • two weeks. We also have a demand for good used living room^sets. This combination of circumstances ' makes it possible fbr us to offer an allowance for a used suite on the purchase of a new one. If you have contemplated owning a new living room s^ite,* here is a great Spring opportunity for you! Don't delay—come .in and see us now! Trade in Your Old Set on This 2-Pc. Living Room Suite $ 175 Less Allowance for Your Old Suite Trade in Your Old Set on This j ' r > Modern 2-Pc. Living R<tqnr $ Less Allowance for ' ,, >"* / <• V-"-* >;^ , Your Old Suite & t * "f, 1 Trade in Your Old Set on This Modern Sectio'al Davenport Less Allowance for , Ypur Old Suite . Trade in Your Old SeJ on Tfe|;f -,^ 2-Pc. Living Room Suite $ V ! TERMS! Your-Old $<Jite*¥^ '..>«• Old r S;et 90 This 2-Pc. Frieze Suite Uss Allowance for Ypur Old Suite •X

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