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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1945
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IEDYARD HEARS MISSIONARY FROM ALASKA "• Ledyard: Rev. Schiller visited at the Elvin Carpenter home during his stay in Ledyard. He went to Coe college the same time that Elvin attended and they were roommates. On Wednesday evening Rev. Schiller spoke on the All Alaska Christian Mission, he being a member of that committee. He and his wife were in Alaska for a short time last year. The Christian church has established a number of churches there. This meeting was sponsored by the W. S. C. S. and was held in place of a service for thn World Day of Prayer which was last Friday. Geo. Thompson was a business caller in Blue Earth Saturday. Word just received from M. G. Matener, CM-lc, is that he is now stationed at San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. diet Johnson and family were in St. Joe Sunday to help celebrate her mother's birthday. Mrs. Lydia Brandt of Hubbard has been visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. August Knonery and other relatives. Mrs. Aeilt Troff and son Wendell and Jackie Countryman spent Sunday afternoon at the Ernest Jorgenson home in Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bonstead of Wallingford spent the weekend at the home of his sister and family, the Clayton Rosboro's. L. C. Strand received word that his father, Rey. S. Strand of Wallingford passed away Sunday night at" an Estherville hospital He was in his nineties. The 500 club met at the Paul Gelhous home Thursday night. Mrs. Chris Gelhous won high score and Mrs. Chas. Hilferty low. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Si F. Zietske and daughter, Patricia Matfciner, Mrs. Herb Gangsted and daughter, Mrs. Jfohn Matzetier of Eltnofe accompanied Ben Echelbafger to Eagle Grove Saturday, where they spent the week-end at the Blanche Jenks home. Ben Echelbargef of Opportunity, Wash., has been visiting at the H. F. Zielske home. Mv. Ejchelbarger left here 3p years ago. His parents lived where the Ed Reeces have farmed. He owns and operates a fruit tract in Washington. Mrs. Hazel Jenks and son spent Wednesday at the parental Oliver Marquis home. Kermit is now a pilot and after more extensive training and picking out his crew will soon be sent out. He is stationed at Good Fellow Field in San Antinel, Texas. Farewell Party For Lawrence Marty At LuVerne Sunday Nite LuVerne: The members of the Evangelical Youth Fellowship entertained at a farewell party in honor of Lawrence Marty who left Monday for induction into the army. Phillip Blumer acted as master of ceremonies for the evening. A short program was given, poems were read by Arnold Pergande, Doris Miller and Mrs. Albert Hefti. Rev. Paul Beckman gave a short talk in ap- ipreciation of the work, done by Lawrence in the church. Philip Blumer gave a short speech and presented the honored guest with a gift. The group then sang several hymns and Rev. Beckman led in prayer. After the program lunch was served by Mrs. Will Marty, Florence Hot and Hulda Fritzemier. Seventeen! One of the most widely used cars in Grundy county is the "squad car" of Reinbeck Marshal Henry Willert. The car has been registered 17 times and is still giving excellent service. DAIRY HERD DISPERSAL SALE On my farm 4 miles east and % mile south of Kolfe; 2 miles west and % mile south of Bradgate; 5% miles north and Vv. mile west of Gilmore City, on what is known as the old Randall Melson farm, on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26 Beginning at 11:00 A. M. Lunch Wagon on Grounds '* ^ Entire Herd—132 Head High Grade HOLSTEINS AND GUERNSEYS BUILT UP FOB TOP PRODUCTION BY THE USE OF PUREBRED SIRES SINCE 1920 40 HOLSTEINS—10 milking now; 8 fresh by sale date; 6 coming 2 years, springers; 6 yearling heifers; 10 small heifer calves. 88 GUERNSEYS—37 are now milking; 25 spring- ers; 11 yearling heifers; 15 small heifer calves. Holstein bull, 1 year old, eligible to register;Guernsey bull, 2 years old, eligible to register; grade Holstein bull, 1 year old; registered Guernsey bull, Jona's Majesty of Maplenol. These cattle are all T. B. tested. 72—HEAD OF HOGS—72 70 head of Feeder Pigs. 2 Berkshire Boars, eligible to register. All these hogs are vaccinated and cholera immune. TERMS: CASH; No property to be removed until settled for. RAY BELL, Owner Lindeman & Wessels, Auctioneers Rolfe State Bank, Clerk P R'ATT ! ,& 'M RfRT. What if the Children Do Soil the Walls? Finger prints, pencil marks, ink spots, grease, soot, stains, even match scratches wash right off this beautiful, esfffine// finish. Nor do dust and dirt readily adhere to its smooth surface. And it's so easily applied. A fine finish for woodwork and furniture, too. BEAUTIFUL AND DURABLE lu beauty makes it desirable for use anywhere in the home, its. durability .makes it ideal for Icitchens. Made in a range of beautiful colors, Cellu.Tone prpvides a. perfect .background for^ draperies, 'rugs, and funiiture, iQet cplor card. The United Service Women vill meet Wednesday evening, Feb. 28, at 7:30 in the city hall. Mrs. Will Ellis spent several days visiting at the home of Mr. ind Mrs. Lloyd Zentner at .Humboldt. Lillian Meyer of Des Moines spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond VIeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery of Des Moines spent the week-end at the home of her mother, Mrs. Helena Stripling. Mrs. Roy Snyder of Webster Mty spent several days visiting at the home of Hulda Fritzemier and with other friends. Florence Godfrey of Thompson, LOUS CREEK BOY IN SERVICE FOUR YEARS, HAS LEAVE Lotts Creek: Miss Ann Case of New York came the past week for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kressin. Sgt. Harold Schmidt of the Hawaiian Island^ came Thursday evening to. spend n leaye at the home of his sister, Mrs. Arthur Kressin and other relatives and friends. Sgt. Schmidt ias been stationed in the Pacific ;hree years and will be in service four years' in July. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer, Larry and Janice, of Burt, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Schallln. Mrs. Arthur Kressin and baby son returned home from the Kossuth hospital Wednesday afternoon. The baby has been named Michael Arthur. The infant daughter, Carol, of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bolliri- ger, has been seriously ill with meumonia but is on the road to •ecovery at this writing. German CotftfnufilOft sfefvkes win be held at th« ImmaftUet Lutheran church next Sunday with services begifcttlHg at 9:45 a. m. English services will be held at 11:00 a. m. Elmer Pijahn who has beefi laid up the past two weeks with the mumps, began working at the Lotts Creek store where he has been a very efficient clerk lor the past 15 or more years. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Burning**- haus and family moved the past week to the farm vacated by Godfrey Schultz who moved to Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Walker will move to the farm va* cated toy the Burninghaus fam* Rev. A. F. Otto accompanied Rev. E. L. Runge, Lattlmer,' lown, Rev. H. H. Kirchmann, Marshalltown, and Rev. A. E. Krause, West Bend, to Fairmont, Minn., Friday to attend the funeral of Rev. Herbert Brammeier of Yanktown, S. D., a college mate of the pastors. Rev. Brammeier had submitted to an appendicitis operation and died a week later leaving to mourn his early departure his widow and flve small children. Rev. Brammeier had been pastor at Yankton only flve months at the time of his death. Lu Verne Vicinity News Items Iowa, spent her mother, the week-end with Mrs. Olla Godfrey, and with her sister, 'Rubye. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. Ramus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Siems, in Decorah. Sgt. George Detmering returned to his camp at St. Louis, Mo., after spending a furlough Here with his wife and baby daughter. AMM-2q B e u 1 a h Eggleston spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Eggleston. Beulah is stationed at the air field at Ottumwa. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Doris Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goetsch spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kraft near Kanawha. Cpl. and Mrs. Tjeran Nerem arrived Tuesday from Kingman, Arizona, to spend a furlough with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. p. S. Lund, and with other relatives. Eric Lovell of the Coast Guard returned to his station in California after spending a leave with his wife and son Billy. Mrs. Lovell is 'the former Marjorie Hedrick. • Mrs. Harry Christensen and Grace spent the week-end in Des Moines visiting Helena Christensen who is taking nurses' training. She received her first cap Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley and Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus, Mr. and Mrs. John Tiss, Art Maas and Harold Phillips attended funeral services Friday at Wesley for Julius Kunz. The faculty of the high school gave a party Tuesday evening in honor of Sgt. and Mrs. James Bowman at the Humboldt Hotel in Humboldt. They received a lovely gift from the group. Sgt. and Mrs. James Bowman left Friday evening for Alabama. Sgt. Bowman had spent a ten day furlough with his wife and his father, Wm. Bowman. Jim is stationed at Camp McClellan. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and son Robert of Mason City spent Sunday visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Olla Godfrey, and his sister, Rubye, and with other relatives and friends. Alice Hedrick returned recen!.- ly to Dayton, Ohio, after spending several days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hedrick. Alice is employed as a stenographer at Wright Field near Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trauger entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Mrs. Robert Bierma and her son. Mrs. Harold Trauger and son David and Mr. and Mrs. James Trauger of LuVerne were guests. The Good Will club met Thursday afternoon at the city hall with Mrs. Emily Guy and Mrs. Roy Guy as hostesses. After the business meeting the afternoon was spent visiting. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Several band members from the high school attended the band festival that was held in Forest City Feb. 12. Those playing special numbers were Donna Sanford, Grace Christensen, Wayne Sorensen, Dick Steussy and Kenneth Wittenburg. The J. J. club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arnold Hjelle. After the business meeting the afternoon was spent sewing. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. John Ramus. s Mr, and Mrs. Max Block received word recently that their son, Cpl. Lewis V. Block, has been transferred into a different company. His new address Is Cpl. Lewis V. Block, ASN 37658402, Hq. Co., Army Garrison Force, APO 331, care of Postmaster, San Francisco, Calif. The Tuesday club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Hulda Fritzemier with Mrs. Jennie Phillips as assistant hostess. Mrs. Paul Beckman and Mrs. Lewis Merkle had charge of the program. The topic for the afternoon was "Composers." Guests of the club were Mrs. Roy Snyder, Mrs. J. A. Nelson, Mrs. Ray Lamb, Mrs. Fred Baumgartner and Mrs. Paul Phillips. Mrs. George Merkle has been quite ill the past week at ho/r home. Mrs. Merkle's sister, Mrs. Will Lanz of Hedrick, Iowa, and her two brothers, Gottlieb Seitz of Fort Dodge and Chris Seitz of Chicago are visiting at the Merkle home. Other guests were Mrs. James Paulson of Hattiesburg, Miss., Elmer Merkle of Flatrock, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Merkle of Minneapolis. The general meeting of the Methodist W. S. C. S. will be held Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 28, at the city hall. Hostesses for the afternoon are Mrs. Lloyd Larson, Mrs. Ted Johnson,' Mrs. Jack Vaifehan, Mrs. Francis Sanford and Mrs. Marie Stoddard. Mrs. John Voss, Sr., will have charge of the worship service and Mrs. C. O. McClellan will have the lesson on "Three Lives in Southwest Asia." Notice of Probate of. Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 5256 January Term, 1945 To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument,of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Daniel J. Engesser, Sr., deceased, dated October 7, 1943, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 5th day of March, 1945, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock A. M., of "he day above mentioned all persons interested are heretoy notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Feb. 17, 1945. HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. E. C. McMahon, Atty., Algona, Iowa. It ORDINANCE NO. 272 AX ORDINANCE R.BPKA.UXG ,OR- 'DINANOE NO. 270 OK THE OH- DIN'ANCKS OIF THE IOETV OP A1XSONA, IOWA. A-NID HSTA.B- UltilUNG- ItAMTOS AND BiaOLTUA- TfOXS OOVHrtN'I'NIO TUB IHUEC- TR1C SYSTEM OF TUB -CITY OK 1 AUfiONA, IOWA. AND PROVIDING PENALTIES IFOR VIOLATION. HE IT ORDAINED 'BY Tll'K CITY OOUXei.L, OIF THE CITY OiF ALGONA, IOWA: S.H-. 1. R15PEAI,. That Ordinance No. 270 of the Ordinances of the City >C AlKurm, lown, lie mid the name is In-ruby repealed. Sec. 2. RATES. That the rates to bu hereafter charged to consumers of within the ars eteetftb ehetb «ttW>il*I,'by. : of Allans, M &r " limits of tne 61 ^V«iafl P6w*» ftti* First 60 KW. <Hrs., po* moftth pe* meter....i..L»i...-.i 80 per tKw, Hr. Next 160 Kw. Mrs., per m&ttth per meter...,»..i._.i...,.4tte per tttw. ^Hr, All OVer 200 Kw.i HrS., per tnonlh per meter .......*_.2o per iKw. Kr. Minimum change, per month, per meter .............t.j-.i....**.. 1 !-. wo Power Haie First 100 KW. Itrs., per moYith per lnetef...i ._.___*..46 per tCw. MT. Next 2,400 Kw. Hr*.. pef month pftr meter,...........2140 per Kw. Hr. Next 2,500 Kw. Hr*., per month per meter...... **<.*Jte per Kw. Hr. All over 6,000 KW. Hrs., per month per meter i^.l^fco por 'Kw. Hr. Minimum Charge: iFlrat 23 H. P., per month per H. ip. Connected ..... .....750 Next 25 H. P., per month per H. P. Connected . -i... ...BOo All over 60 H Pi, per month per Hi P. Connected ,..,. li __26e' Water Heating Rale All Kw. Hrs., per month per meter „ .-Hie per Kw. Hr. Minimum Charge, per month per meter ._ .... t .._.i__. Too Farm Line Rate First 1,000 iKw. Hrs., per month.. 3c per Kw. -Hr< All over 1,000 Kw. Hrs, per month 2c per lew. Hr. Minimum Charge, per month, per consumer connected , ....$1.75 Sac. 3. ACCOUNTS PAYAiBljE. Thnt all Mils for electric energy furnished l>y the City to consumers shall become d*e and payable at the office of the City Clerk, on the 10th day of the month next following the month In which the electric energy Is consumed except when the Consumer Is leaving the City, In which event the account shrtll become due and payable on the date of flnnl meter reading. An account shall be deemed delinquent If not paid on or 'before the 20th day of the month In which It becomes due. ; Sec. 4. tHSCOtTNTS. That n discount of 2o% from the gross billings under the above established rates shnll be allowed to, nil consumers If paid on or before the 20th day of the month In which said accounts are due and payable, NO m«OOUN!T Is allowable on minimum billings. Sec. 5. APPLICATION OIF RATES. Thnt the Ulgnt and Small Power Rnte herein established shall imply to electric energy used for lighting, appliances, stoves, nnd smnll single phase motors which do not total over n H. J'. In the aggregate and no single one of which Is larger than 2 H. 'P. The Power Hate herein established shall apply to all polyphase motors and to Installations larger than those above. The Water Jleatlng Rate herein established shall apply to use of electric energy In ofMoad periods to be determined by the City. Such electric energy shall be metered and controlled by a meter nnd current controlling device furnished and operated by the City and all such use shnll be subject to such control. The Farm lilnc Rate herein established shall apply to electric energy sold to farm lines (rural lines owned farmer _. .. whole- wile at 2300 volts at the City 'Limits. Sec. G. METERS. That all electric energy supplied and sold to consumers by the City of Algona shall be metered by meters owned, Installed, and maintained by the City. Sec. 7. ELECTRIC 'WEUJDIiNG MACHINES. That electric welding machines shall not be used on lighting Installations and in no case shall they be Installed and connected without express authority from the City. Electric energy consumed * by such machines shall be charged up on the Power Rate established herein. Sec. 8. STATE 'SAlUES TAX. That the rates for use of electric energy 1 herein established Include State Sales Tax, except as to electric energy sold wholesale for purposes of resale. Sec. 9. DilSCONTINlUAiNCE OF SERVICE. That any consumer fall- Ins to pay an account for electric energy, on or before the 20th day of the month following the month In which and operated excluslvey t>y organizations) and delivered PRATT & LAMBERT TONA-WALL T RANSFORM dinsy, discolored walls into surfaces of charm and refreshes beauty with Tona-Wall I In just a few hours and without upset- tins the household, you can have a new, pleasing decorative background for furniture, draperies and floor cover- inss. The 12 velvety, pastel colors «nd White are particularly suitable for use in livins rooms and. bedrooms. Tona- Wall is as durable as it is beautiful and may be washed repeated!/. Get color card for interesting color suggestion*. Cowan Bldg Supply Co. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA Cowan Building Supply Co. TOAVA imvA PHONE 876 , IOWA Henry J, Blumers, LuVerne, Observe 25th Anniversary LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Blumer 'celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. The couple were pleasantly surprised when many of their friends and relatives came to help them celebrate. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kraft and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kraft of Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kraft and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kraft of Renwick; Mr. and Mrs. George Kraft of Kanawha; Mrs. Jake Kubly and daughter Ethel of Goldfleld; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamm, Cor^ with; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schnetzer of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. George Scbnetzer of Hardy, The afternoon was spent visiting and playing cards. CHICKS ARE GUARANTEED 100% Live Arrival 90% Sexing Accuracy L«M»* ol over 5% replaced at half pries during |ii»t 14 PB1CSD |N LOTS OF 100 VIGOROUS PUREBRED DAY-OLD COCKERELS.. FARM-MASTER GOOD 2-A GRADE DAY-OLD... FABM-MASTER BETTER 3-A GRADE CHICKS FARM-MASTER BEST 4-A GRADE CHICKS.... AS HATCHED 3cea. UttCM. He " SEXED " 13c ea, IScea, 180 ea. ORDER EARLY Sears? Roebuck and Co. 789 ' tmS past dit<4 make gwn> in this 6Minfttift& pfbvided (or • , , , , . ,, .. ._ 866, 10. ItePOStC *Mt eaatt prOBpbetlve ettftdunw itmklnf appll* 6At!6n tat elWtric s^vlie tot ato in* dlvldiiol feSMence shMI, with Mild applicants,' PW w thejaty clef k, the BUM 61 Five 'Dollars raG.flO) "tt» .b& heia by the city ft* security Mr fill s\tmS due of to becortie dU6 the City ffdm stich consume! 1 . •Each prospective consumei' - mak» ing application for electric set-vice (of use other than in an Individual .prl* vato residence AhAll, with fiald Application, pay to the. City Clerk, a Sum equal to the amount estimated by the City Clerk to become due for the use of such service during a period or two j months. Such deposit, .less any n mount due the City front said consumer, shall he refunded (o iHc consumer, or his ns- stgnsv on detnarid when such party ceases to be a consumer; and such deposit shall, upon application be refunded at any time after five 1 consecutive years of continuous service Immediately preceding the dale of sold application for refund, provided that within said period the consumer has not failed to pay any account due tlie City before the some become delinquent. ' Sec. 11. CO'N8tJM13R CONrMUCT. That the nules. regulations, and rates herein established or .hereafter adopted governing the use of electric energy shall bo deemed a part of the contract with , every person, firm or corporation, supplied with electric energy bV the City of Algona, and every such person, firm or corporation making application In writing of otherwise shall, by the taking and using of such electric energy, be deemed to have expressed assent to t>e bouhd thereby. , tloh tfrjtHe onwtml dtre fcf tfsetrlB anew furnished, the fflinlmijm fate per mtfftth tor tM mdnths thfe «oh- «um"ef failed to- ti«« sleolfie energy for'.poWef during" saw.s^dr, j See. 18. SOWPOT, Tfiat th«r City of Algotta does not guaftihtss a. constant supply of elee'trlo energy to any con- sflmec and sHall not W§ liable fof any, oUlm fdr damage* arising* out of its 'failure to supply the same. _.. . see. 14. i araiHrr OF MflftteAt" ¥tiat the CHV ot Algona reserves the right to re"tu*e to .make connections Cowan Bldg Supply Co. Phono 275 ALGONA, IOWA . NOTICE Prudence Chapter No. 70, R. A. M. Reception — Program Refreshments •Masonic Temple Monday, Feb. 26, 1945, 8 P. M. All Masons, members of O. E. S. and their families invited. BOX SOCIAL Good Hope Church Friday, Feb. 23 8 p; m. S Sponsored by Union School No. 6 Mrs. Helen- Webb, Teacher Short musical program -before the auction, and lunch for those who don't have -boxes. ' 8* i ol ^Bii? _ adoption ;a.ita vlded%v 'law.. eotmai this " •"""•"wjjjr _ 6f the Wot AfjWYfik : ^ApplWed by MS this 8th 'flfl of the Cfty of A»ft, John Hegarty* Sons PLUMJBING AND HEATING PUMPS AND WINDMILLS Phone 255 at Algona *$:-i - \ 4 «' ' * '•* at * ! * i< 8 ' < V J .1: £*S iv ' • f- A 1 ,r> .5;* £ * BUY IT AT THE NORTH SIDE HARDWARE STEP LADDERS—The finest, most desirable ladders, made of west coast spruce. Extra wide steps, pail platform. %* Rod tinder each step to reinforce. 2, 5 and 6 ft. sizes. BROODER STOVES—Both oil and electrical, made by well known mamjfacturers who know how to build poultry equipment. Let us show you these fine lines. ELECTRIC MOTORS-^Tust arrived, %>h. P- heavy dufy electric motors, single phase, repulsion start induction. Just the size for deep wells. OIL BURNING TANK HEATERS—Also one used coal burning heater. ELECTRIC MOTORS—Heavy duty, % h. p. LUNCH KITS—With thermos bottles. WARM MORNING COAL HEATERS — Now in stock. CHILDREN'S KITS—With thermos bottle. White enameled inside. Spilles Hardware • > " • vi A M, • See Your Dealer— Do Not •' ' \ . Spring work is just around the corner, and no one wants to wait for repairs or parts when weather permits and spring work starts. Bring in your magnetos now, as well as other items such as valve refacing, valve seat grinding, brake drum tru* ing and grinding, brake relining and many other items to be repaired before spring work starts. Help and material are scarce, and there may be a delay' if you wait until the last minute,' We want to help as much as w« can with the number of employees we now have. We allwant to see tfee boys over tbe,rp have all we can possibly give them. So let us all cooperate in everyway' ill getting wis work dome and eliminating delays, OUR WORK AND MATERIAL ARE INSIST ON GETTING THEM, Phone 114

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