The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1945 · Page 1
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1945
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LUVERNE ENSIGN TRANSFERRED TO NAVY SfflP DUTY LuVerhe: In a letter received worn the Navy Supply School, Harvard University, Soldiers Field fit Boston, Mass., it states that En- filgn Earle A. Hanselman of the Navy Supply Corps Reserve, who besides at LuVerne, is one of the 402 young officers who graduated on Jan. 10 from the Navy Supply Corps School at Harvard University. As a result of his successful completion of the rigid four months course, Ensign Hanselman is no longer >a "probationary" officer. He has received his "General Service" commission, and will be assigned to duty in one of the navy's newest ships; as assistant for disbursing and assistant to supply officer. Ensign Earle and Mrs. Hanselman are spending a leave visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Anna Hanselman. and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jones ., Hi. into the blilidlrlff by; the Ecklunda and Frank Ben tele has rented the iaiitfr ..fames S. ^Reynold who has been Hying for an east II 'fh^.Ott&s «(tdi- tffifce Mrft truest 8f LuVelfJrw lfiftef guests of Mr. erbert Mrs Potfatl Ift ,thfe, eveftlfij 1 the Meyus 1 afid spent the week-end Visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Meyer and Mrs, Ella Wioto of Clarion spent Sunday visiting with relatives. Miss Betty Dimler of Des Moines spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler. Miss Marian Thomas of Titonka spent several days visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. E. B. Thomas. Miss Ada Parker of Fairfleld, Iowa, spent the week-end with her brother, David Parker, coach in the high school. Mrs. C. C. Bunch of St. Louis, Mo., visited recently at the hpme of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bigings. Mrs. Ed Pergande has been quite ill at her home for the past several weeks, but is somewhat improved at this time. Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Wehrspann of Kingsley, Iowa, spent a few days visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Lillie Hesse. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Christensen and daughters of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Hanselman. Cpl. Francis Brayton returned to his station in Florida after spending a 10 day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Roy Brayton. Mrs. Albert Fish left Saturday for California to see her husband who is stationed there with the navy. Mrs. Fish is the former Vera Fett. Mrs. Edna Larmier and her 4 children moved their household goods from Des Moines to thu Lenz home in the south part of town. Miss Stephanie Cowling spent the week-end with her parents at Sioux City, Iowa. Miss Cowling is the music instructor in the high school. verson Is manager of the Thompson lumber yards. Rev. Wm. Reddel of Grant, Neb., is spending this week vis* iting at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Gus Reddel and with other relatives. Mrs. Eric Lovell and son William arrived Monday from California to visit her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hedrick. Mrs. Lovell is the former Marjorie Hedrick. Miss Eileen Blumer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumer. ST., and Frank Ernst of Rutland were married Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Lutheran church at Renwick. Pvt. Harold Trauger came recently to spend a 14-day furlough with his wife and son David. He has been stationed at Las Vegas Nevada, but has been transferred to Chanute Field, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schipull recently received word that their son Lyle has been promoted to the rank of S-Sgt. He is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., but expects to be sent -'across soon. Sgt. and Mrs. James Paulson SWEA CITY ADDS NEW HATCHERY OF LARGE CAPACITY Swea City: Swea City is to have another hatchery. The Mortensen Products Co. is preparing incubatof and brooder rooms, ant two machines with a total _ Ca* pateity of 65,000 chicks , will be installed soon. Emly Larsen is a new bus driver for the Swefi City School. He succeeds Leslie Cassem of • the Champlin filling station. Selmer Kvanvig recently receive da medical discharge from the army. He and his wife have been visiting relatives in South Dakota and the Gordon Bjerkes at Coulter. Mrs. Herbert Gemelke, nee • WitteSd Ziegler came recently from Virginia to spend a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund, and other relatives. Gail Halverson is at a hospital in Mankato, Minn., receiving a medical examination. Mr. Hal- tyne Jones came Friday to spend a vacation at Sheldon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Merkle. They will leave Wednesday for Austin, Texas, where Sgt. Paulson is stationed with the army. Electrician's Mate 1-c Orlando Olsen spent Thursday and Friday visiting friends in LuVerne. He is spending a 10 day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Olsen and will report at a camp in West Virginia for duty after his leave. Sgt. Kenneth Brayton left Friday for Santa Ana, Calif., after spending a 30 day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Roy Brayton, and other relatives. Kenneth recently returned home after spending 35 months in the southwest Pacific area. . Announcement has been made of the marriage of Norman Hesse of the navy to Miss Barbara Graden of Portland, Maine. The wedding took place Jan. 10 at Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Hesse are spending a short leave with his mother, Mrs. Lillie Hesse. The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening at the Legion hall. The theme for the evening was legislation and radio. Those on the program were Mrs. Frank Chapman, Miss Elinor Barton, Mrs. Art Riley, Mrs. Ed Dehnert and Mrs. Harold Wolf. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Q. M. 2-c Arlo Dehnert arrived home Tuesday to spend a 20 day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed .Dehnert and his sisters. Doris and Donna. Arlo is in the navy and has been stationed in the southwest Pacific. He has been in the service for two years and this is his first visit home since entering the service. The Friendship Neighbors club met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Floyd Lowmiller with Mrs. Curtis Morgan in charge of the entertainment. Election of officers was held. Mrs. Ralph Stoll was elected president; Mrs. Chas. Brown, vice president; Mrs. Ernest Macha, secretary, and Mrs. Marion Morgan, treasurer. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting will be at- the home of Mrs. Curtis Morgan. QUARTERLY STATEMENT SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District of Algona Independent, Township of Algona, County of Kossuth, for the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1944. ' GENERAL FUND Balance from Previous Quarter $34 419 K« Received During This Quarter !.".".'".'".'"!.'." 3o'982 34 Warrants Drawn During This Quarter 2688121 Balance at end of This Quarter .".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'".'.".".'."." 38,'514.'69 SCHOOL HOUSE FUND Balance from Previous Quarter 525 gig go Received During This Quarter -j'sno no Warrants Drawn During This Quarter .... 5*882 50 Balance at end of This Quarter .'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.".'.'.".""."."."""." 24,734.49 LIST OF WARRANTS OF PREVIOUS QUARTER School House Fund—Disbursements Iowa Des Moines Nat'l B. & T 78.7 Iowa State Bank 5,577.50 Merchants Nat'l Bank .... IT.tiO Security State Bank .... 8.75 E. A. Schemel 200.00 $ 5,882.50 General Fund—Disbursements Advance Pub. Co $ 22.71 Chet B. Akers 169.32 Algona Creamery 1.26 Algona Ice Cream Factory 12.25 Algona Ins. Agency .... 47.14 Algona Hardware 31.49 Algona Laundry 20.93 Algona Skelgas 9.13 Algona Upper Des Moines 1093 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co 47.31 American Council on Education 2.00 American Pub. Co 1.04 Athletic Trainers Supply 2.70 lone Blanchard 8.15 E. S. Blossom 9.25 Botsford Lbr. Co 2.60 Brodhead-Garrett Co 4.79 Bureau Dental Hygiene 5.90 Bureau Educa. Research 91.14 Campanile Garments .... 2.13 Chrischilles Store 20.68 City of Algona 482.47 H. Coleman 6.50 Collector of Internal Revenue 1,310.00 Helen Comfort 16.11 Consumers Grocery 7.49 Cowan Bldg. Supply .... 4.76 Bert Cronan 14.07 Des Moines Music House 26.61 Robert Devtae 19.75 Dramatic Pub. Co 3.82 E, P. Dutton & Co 3.04 . Mrs. W. K. Ferguson .... 64.80 Carl Fisher 4.52 Foster Furniture 95.30 Funk & Deim 45.43 Mrs. John Haggard 9.40 fjarcqurt, Brace & Co 10.54 Harper & Brothers 1.25 Harrison Pub. Co 1.20 H. S. Activity Fund .... 267.41 M. J- Holdren :. 1.00 Hood's Grocery 13.77 ||uer Pub. Co 3.11 iransfer 750 Pratt Electric 22*47 -has. Redemske 5.85 Theo. B. Robertson .t. 56.84 ahumway & Kelly 19.90 Silver Burdette Co 3.76 Sjogren Grocery 2.05 31oan Valve Co 6.84 Sorenson Grocery 20.80 Orin Spalding 3.75 D. H. Spirek 8.18 at. Paul Book Store 6.25 State Tax Commission .. 3.34 Mrs. G. W. Stillman 11.70 strauss Lock Co 22.79 Thorpe Wood & Iron Works 8 62 W. M. Welch'Mfg. Co 85.95 Willis Music Co 10.24 Total $ 7,207.50 Salaries 19,679.71 Total Expenditures $26,887.21 I, Leora K. St. John, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report, pages 1 and 2, is a true and Correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters -' the Board of. said District lor the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1944 LEORA K. ST. JOHN, Secretary. an,d pvroro to before me this 10th day ol January, Huntington Lab 375.10 Interna'l Business Mach. P. R. Irons Johnson Service Co C. H. Klamp Klipto Loose-Leaf Co • Kohlhaas Hardware Kossuth Radio David Laing ' Mrs. O. B. Laing Kathryn Alice Lau Alonzo Leach Les Reed Music Co J. B. Lippincott Lloyd Thomas Co Lowe & Campbell '. Lusby & Giossi Macmillan Co Mahafiey Typewriter Co! Manual Arts Press McCormick-Mathers .' Midland Chemical Co. . Mid-West Service Miner-Bryant-Pierce Alvina Mittlieder Modern Dry Cleaners .... Evelyn Moore .. N. W, Bell Telephone F. S. Norton & Son Norton Machine Works.. A. J. Nystrom Alfred Peterson 30.00 338.86 36.89 6.75 9.19 23.2 2.55 19.75 47.00 5.70 23.06 60.30 3.07 50.00 12.7 24.48 1.45 10.00 5.69 16.25 36.72 3.18 18.36 1.60 52.56 14.00 76.06 2,527.57 2.04 24.71 4 5C Petty Cash "'"' 102 11 H. W. Post Dray and Transfer Margaret Price of Washington, D. C., is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Price. Her husband recently left for over seas duty. The Woman's Missionary society of Immanuel Lutheran church will meet Thursday. Mrs. leader. will Mi*. Maflbtf staying at the home of her ther, Ed Anderj»ft,.at JSaa She has 'been at San Luis Calif., with her husband. Lieut Koons had 'been transferred t« to attend offlcef 8 Mrs. ftonald . ISvensbft, Laneas* ter, Pa., and Mrs. Elvira Butterfield, Santa Monica, Calif., visited at the home of their, aunt, Mrs E. S. Bergeson, recently. Mrs Evenson and Mrs. Butterfleld are the former Gladys and Elvira Nelson. Mrs. Carrie Wilson and daugh- ers of Carroll, Iowa, moved into he Dye house Saturday. Mrs. Vilson purchased the house last all. Monford Peterson has been working at the house since the first of the year papering and painting. Ed Stone of Nampa, Idaho, vis- ted here last week with his sister, Mrs. Lottie Johnson. He is the on of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Stone vho were in business here when ie town was new. The Stones .ved in the present T. F. Johnon dwelling. A farewell reception was held ast week at the Methodist church or Mr. and Mrs. John Ecklund. A. B. Tweeten will be program The Ecklunds will soon move to em air line tot 'about three years wls made captain the" first of th< year. Capt. Reynolds' headguaN tefs are at Brownville, Gar He "rites relatives here that dUrifij ie holidays he had visits ffoti several north Kossuth soldiers in< dluding John Looft and Wm, Me. Donald, Ledyard, and Dolph Lar* son and Maurice Kollasch, Swea Mrs. Bertha Behnke spent Frl- \6y afternoon at the hotne«-of her laughter, Mrs. Albert Meyer. Mrs. Raymond Kading and baby on returned home the past week roth the Kossuth hospital, Algona, Mrs. Eldon Browning of Forest lity is staying, at the home of her arents, Mr. fend Mrs. Martin fleyer since her husband has been ailed, to serve in the armed orces. Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Otto are F. guests of Mf. aftd Mrs, H hultz ftf Whitteifiore, Mr. aftd Mrs. Elffief Oswald of . WBittemorej Mr.jftd Mrs, CIar> em!# Merita aftd Lynn of tfentbHi Mrs. Henry Zimmerman,; Mr. and MrSi Wm. Latick and Mrv and Mrs. Herbert pdtratfc and family spent Friday evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Zimm°er. man, H.W.POST! 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