The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1948 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 20, 1948
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SECOND SECTION S gflgptta Upper jftofnetf APRIL 20,1948 Seneca Farm Bureau Hears Talks Oh S*ftftca' •** The Seneca Farm Bureau held their regular meet- ihg TU&sday evening at the Seneca school with a good attendance^. . ' Tile program opened with gfdup singing, followed by vocal selections, "The Holy City" and "Shortenin 1 Bread", sung by Vlrglrtia Behrends. A, L. Brown presented topics' of Interest to the farmer and Andy Crawford sp.oke on insurance >and answered questions pertaining to Insurance. Ji H/i Jensen discussed the cornbof er. Its damage to crops and possible means of controling A committee was appointed to select tbplcs 6f interest for study in Farm Bureau groups which are to be dent to the program planning committee. Serving on the committee are" Mr. and Mrs. Milleh Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Elsbecker and Mr. and Mrs. Dettman Nielsen. At the close of the program Mrs. litissel ; Jerisert conducted two quiz contests wi$t prizes go- Ing to Andy Crawford of Algofla and Mrs. Henry Lo6.fl. ; In charge of the ptogi'arri were the Ted Jensens, Russel Jensens, Dettmah Nielsen, Ai r 3. Elsbeck- efs and Clarence Mfldsefts. Refreshments were -served by Mi', and Mrs. Jerry Gbdden, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowlcy, Mr. and Mrs. James Nymari, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jones and Theresa Stelpflug. • On Wedding Trip Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Behrends of Seattle, Wash., have been spending the past three weeks on a Wedding trip visiting relatives in this vicinity and at the parental Henry Behrends home near Emmotsburg,- They were Tuesday guests at the Dettman Nielsen home. Tilonka Defeats Seneca ' The Seneca baseball team met their second defeat of the season in their game with Tlto'nksi on Tuesday afternoon. ' : The score Vt. Gfmvulnnce ani) ^funeral , • Service Some people grumble because roses "Pave thorns. "•'•"••• .'. ; ; - ,. • .,' . *</!(•Be glad and thankful that the thorns have roses. ':'. Locally; ,th_e.5,worki\of fee spci- 'ety; r 'has become 'known "through the annual Easter*; seal campaign, its chief support;; begun in 1938 within the state of Iowa and ea£- lier nationrially m 1934. In 1947 the gross return Iri'Iowa amounted to $105,065.77.' '• ' This society is composed of interested folk who want to help handicapped people. It is 'a private voluntary organization and .receives no government funds. Its purpose is to givo every service directly to ill kinds arid ages of disabled-persons and to co-operate with,'ay.other similar groups. W. I. Griffith, well known through radio station WOI at Ames, is-prestoent. Others on the official board are Miss Bess Johnson, principal of the Smousc Opportunity School in DCS Moines, and Dri Steindlcr of the .orthopedic division of the university hospital in Iowa City. The Iowa society is associated with the national organization. Mrs. Phillips gave a number of case studies, illustrated with photos. The society has the only school in Iowa for cerebral palsy, it procures self helping aids, hearing devices, glasses, braces, wheel chairs, special'beds, etc. It gives advice to parents and has an extensive up-to-date library available to all inquirers. The society has also conducted institutes on various college campus- .... ___ Robert Devine _____ „_ Ddrothy Dewel _______ * W. C. Dillion Co _____ __ Larry Douglas _______ Druggists Mutual Ins. Mrs. A. J. Ea'son ______ I HAND THAT I Bu1 ^ su6 OU> CROW7»0 SHOULD A HOT /NOT FIB TO LINE/ w-V PEOPLE. HMM- C GUESS A WIFE DU&HT TO SPEAK WELL OF HER HUSBAND ONCE IN A WHILE. Gifts - Watches Watch Repair Man's Dress 10K RGP, stainless steel back. Leather' 1 band. Gold hands and numerals. Incabloc equipped. w .A|tpr . 17 Jewejl, second hand, luminous jfisl stainless sJeel back, band. Norton's has the Cement, The Gravel, For Any Job You May Wish to Do. LADIES WATCH 10K RGP, stainless sieel beek. gold hands and tr»ls, Ex»n»wn band With Silk Gord was 10*2. Battery for the Reutzel and Olscn. locals was 3. L. A, to Divide in Circles Mesdames Kenneth Halverson of Fenton,' Mrs. Kenneth Thompson and Berjtha Olsen were hostesses to the Seneca Ladies' Aid at the church parlors Thurso!ay afternoon. Tieda Johannsen presented the topic "The Seed Growing Secretly" and Mrs. Curtis Olsen presented Higher Education. During the business meeting it Was voted to divide the membership into circles, with each circle working for the purpose of gathering funds to be used for the redecorating and possible remodeling of the church. Mesdames Henry Wilbcrg and Millcn Jensen were elected as delegates to attend the W. M. F. convention which will be held at the Esthcrvillc Lutheran church the early part of May. Grandson for Sanders Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Sanders wen; called to a Fairmont hospital Thursday morning, where their daughter, Mrs. Philip Looi't of East Chain, Minn., gave birth to a baby son by Caesnrian operation. Reports arc that the mother is recovering satisfactorily, but the baby's condition was reported as not too good. The Loofts have one other child, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. James Denton of Atwater, Minn., were guests last week Saturday ancj Sunday at the Sheldon Merrill home. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voight were Sunday dinner guescVat the Ed Swcany home at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Svveany is a daughter of the Voights. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen and daughter Jill and Mrs. J. H. Jensen were Sunday dinner guests at the P. H. Jensen home at Fenton. Other guests included Dr. and Mrs. G. Krausc of Cherokee and Dr. and Mrs. Perry Jensen' of George, Iowa. Tells Lu Verne Club Of Work Done To Aid The Crippled Lu Verne — The Tuesday club sponsored an open meeting at the. Methodist ch?urch the afternoon of April 13, when Mrs. Dorothy Phillips, executive secre- ,tary of the IpWa society for crippled children and the disabled, gave a most •-interesting''talk of QUARTERLY STATEMENT, SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District of Algona Independent, Township of Algona, County of Kossuth, for the quarter ending March 31, 1948. General Fund Balance from Previous Quarter ------------ $ 9,597.17 Received During This Quarter ____________ 11,328.79 Wararnts Draw/i During This Quarter.. _ 47,271.31 Balance at end of This Quarter _______ 26,345.35 School House Fund Balance from Previous Quarter ..... _______ $ 28,034.49 Balance at end of This Quarter _ ....... .._ 28,034.49! List of Warrants of Previous •' Quarter School House Fund — Disbursements None. General Fund— Disbursements Advance Pub. Co _______ $ • 28.05 Algona Flour & Feed 1.00 Algona Ice Cream Factory _________ ___ 2.75 Algona Ins. Agency _. 231.42 Algona Hardware _____ 6.22 Algona Upper Des Moines ____ , ____ _' ___ 61.72 Algona Welding 'Works G.OO Allen Mfg. Co -------- 31.39 American Council on Education ____ _____ • 3.00 Victor Apple-gate _____ 23.00 Barclay Co. __________ 14.28 W. J. Ban- ___________ . 23.00 Milford Bilycau _______ 2.40 Charlotte Black _____ 2.40 Blossom Ins. Agency. 78.14 Bohannon Ins. •_ ______ 87.00 Botsford Lbr. ________ 28.03 Brodhead-Garrelt ____ 145.24 Dolores Brown _______ 33.20 Bureau Education Research ___________ '__ 88.91 Bureau Visual Instruction ________________ E. O. Chamberlain .__ City of Algona _____ __ Collector Internal Rev. Dale Collins _________ L. E. Colwell ____ ____ Marian Conkling _____ Continental Plastics.-. Irene^ Code _________ Cowan Bldg. Supply ... Bert Cronan __________ Claude ..Dearchs _ ___ __ es. This summer at Grihnell a new school in speech correcti6n is being started. There are summer camps at Boone also. Wherever possible home employment for self-support is advocated and leather work, sewing, radio repair, typing, bookkeeping, writing, making of toys, novelty articles, mechanical drafting, tinting of pictured, etc, The Iowa society for crippled children and the disabled headquarters are at 400 Plymouth Building, DCS Moines 9, Iowa, and are available to all in need of this specialized service. 75.38 23.00 996.36' 4310.85 21.00 46.00 3,30 2.52 12.10 29.74 ' 12.25 28.22 •' 15.05 21.63 2.90 7.12 ' 6.00 423.64 5.75 Bc.Mtha Ebert 46.00 Doris Ehrhardl _ 14.55 Elcrafl 2.40 Carl Fischer _. 6,23 Junior Fosnaugh 3.00 Foster's Furniture .._ 55.39 Hiirold Frambach ..- 2.56 Fryc Mfg. Co.,. 27.54 Funk & Deim _„ 29.61 Win. Funk 23.00 Stanley Gardner .. 17.82 Gregg Writer 2.55 Emily Griggs (Mrs.)... 40.40 Greenberg Auto Supply 15.36 Grolier Society 2.25 Chas. Gunder _ 37.06 Herbert Haas 46.00 Riismie Hansen 23.00 Sheila Hanson ....... 8.75 Harris Super Service _ 105.24 Benjamin Hilfman ... 12.08 Sadie Hopkins -^ 128.41 Hulquisl Music Service 1.99 Hutchison & Hough ... 96.08 Hutzell Cities Service 87.34 P. U. Irons 162.61 Iowa Old Age or Survivor 653.13 Glenn Jenkinson 23.00 John Jennings 23.00 Lester Johnson 23.00 Johnson Service 332.29 Beverly Kain 14.52 Kendallvillc Brush & Broom 26.44 Kent Motor Co. 320.32 Neil A. Kjos Music 9.60 Kohlhaas Hardware.. 11.15 Kossuth Motor Co 30.46 Kossulh Radio & Electric J. l!)fi.44 Grelehon Kuchynka _ . 18.15 "Jordon Kuhn .1 26.50 Durwood Lashbrook.. 11.10 Alon/.o Leach 24.58 Mrs. O. B. Laing 118,33 LAIS Reed Music Co 21.68 Beverly Lewis _. 3.50 Mrs. Frank Lewis ._... 7.25 Rufus Lindhorst 23.00 Vida Lindhorst 65.97 Lowe & Campbell ... 4.20 Alvin Lundh 22.00 Dorothy Maharas 22.20 J. C. Mawdsley 23.00 George McArlhur & : 1 Sons _. ._ 45.22 Percy McGinnis 23.00 Wm. McKim _ 34.50 YEAH, THE OTHER ONE WAS HANDSOME, BUT JHIS.ONE FROM Lusby&Giossi 1100 WILL FIND THE STEADY CUSTOMERS AL.VMYC SPCAK WCUL OF RUM & KY f CHAMPUIN k SERVICE AND THEIR REPUTATION P0» CASI YOU CHAMPLIN SERVICE PHONE 1086 • 302 ESTATE • Fur Company 'Will be at the ELITE SHOP Friday and Saturday, April 23rd and 24th Ladies; Do you know that a fur garment housed in the warmth of a closet or cedar chest for one summer sustains more damage than it does during 3 long season's hard wear?, Summer heat dries the skin, causing it to crack and tear, The scientifically coole^l atmosphere plus fumigation in eur modern .storage vault helps to retain in the skin all those natural ».il* which add life'and beauty to furs, And may we suggest that nowjt the time te arrange fer cleaning, repairs and remodeling? ' . Mr. Megde wrtl be gla,d to tonfer with you on Friday er CM»IIM«| M .. A -._tl AO_~_I £j||fJ 94th \ *• r ELITE SHOP !^^B i^^^jii HI iiwf ^m^'mi jm 5^B^ MI Representative fe* & SWff FiRS '-./•WT' »^ f' ' Henry Mertz ._-...--Metropolitan Supply Co. ^ Miller-Bryant-Pierce . Modern Dry Cleancrs. Moe's Skelly Service .. Nat'l Council Teachers of English *.*. N. W. Bell Telephone. F. S. Norton & Son...., Severin Opheim Ardcn Ortort Barbara Platt _. Paxsori & Paxson ... George W, Pentacost.. Petty Cash Pink Supply Co Post Dray & Transfer Pratt Electric Esther Quinby Raesley Lbr. Co. Bob Reilly Ed. Rich .. Melyin Rieken Maxine, Reimers G. Ricordi Co. Theo. B. Robertson Prod. _._.,._.. Oran Rutledge Russ & Ky's 23.00 490.71 42.00 45.54 97.17 11.50 83.95 1392.39 1.28 59.50 130.05 103.94 15.00 124.96 66.05 13.28 243.78 48.19 1412.96 85.10 34.50 2.56 146.70 5.62 30.58 13.42 95.91 Harry Sabih Sager Lock Works G. Schrimer Schultz Bros. Scott, Foresman Co. .. Security Stale Bank... George W. Sefrit Shawnee Press _. C, S. Shipler ., A. L. Smith Chester Smith R. O. Smith Fern Stanlon Stillfilm Inc. Mrs. G. W. Stillman ... Maxine Stratton Glen Strayer Walter Stevens G. F. Towne Treas. State of lowa.. United Chemical Co. . United States News... O. G. Waffle Book Co. Betty Wallukait John Weber Walter Wcisbrod W. M. Welch Co. Will Wermcrson Wheeler Pub. Co Claude White 19.17 32.38 4.70 62.40 16.66 5.17 57.00 14.40 23.00 1.28 2.56 12.00 5.75 4.65 23.00 6.25 45.75 17.50 182.66 40.68 #.96 4.00 6.12 5.34 46.00 23.00 5.25 23.00 1.01 50.25 George Winkel . Joan Wolcott ..... a........ {Catherine Van Ness .... Young Peoples Record Club Total ...*...++% 16,918.88 Salaries .._.... 31,352,43 Expenditures lor quarter _„: „„..*$ ,47,271.31 I, Leora K. St. John, secretary of the above named School Dis« trict, do hereby certify that this report, pages 1 and 2 and 3 is a true and correct statement of the, proceedings pertaining to flnahci* al matters of the Board of Said District, for the quarter ending March 31, 1948. Leora K. 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Yellow gold mounting. ._-;, $75.00 Seven sparkling blue-white diamonds and an ultra-modern setting of 14 kt. gold make this a cocktail or wedding ring ol unusual enchanf\ ment ,..,,,,,,. $225.00 Handsome gent's diamond, beautiful)/ carved mounting, $87.50 *"i'SSaS^* \*' r ft "' «• '"- -^" * ~« «.')

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