The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1945 · Page 1
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1945
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The Algona tfrjte* Bel Mdlnei, Algona, Iowa, March 25,1S4« UNION TOWNSHIP SCHOOL BOARD IN REORGANIZATION Union: The Union township school board met Monday evening at the Quentin Bjustrom home in their annual session. The present officers were re-elected, Louis Scott, president, and Mrs. Bjustrom, secretary. The directors were all present tout James Shipler, District No. 4. Other directors are: District No. 1, Kenneth Strayer; District No. 2, Louis Scott; District No. 3, Ed Hackbarth; District No. 5, Roy Sarchet; District No. 6, Homer Dodds; District No. 7, Harley Troutman. I There are about *)() pupils in the seven schools. Some were, lost by moving and some were-gained.' At the business -meeting minor repairs M»ere 'Hls<suss*U. 'School term will be 9 months as usual. Schools will toe open 'Sept. 3 for ihre full 'term. Teachers' salaries were raised "again this year to $140, that is '$1125 for the nine months -and if the teacher remains through the .term:a toonus of $i5 is added. The Busy Bee club held an evening meeting at the Jess Dugan home last Friday with their daughter, 'Mrs. Lulu Dugan Kelly, as hostess. Cards were played at five tables. High scores were won by Frank Bahling and Mrs. Robert Leason, low iby Glen Jenkinson and Jesse Sarchet. The next meeting will toe a day session 2 = FEED YOUR CHICKS VITAMIN -CALCULATED HONEYMEAD START- LETS Your chicks must get proper nutrients ii proper balance . . if they are to live — to grow fast — -to develop into good layers early. ., HONEYMEAD START-LETS supply chicks "proper nutrients in proper balance" — , ..essential vitamins, riboilavin, pantotheriic . acid 'and Dextros'e. Have a money-making flock of chicks this year. Feed you/ chicks HONEYMEAD., STABT-LETS. I Ofdcr: IbONEYMEAD Sr ART-LETS today. ~ I FENTON VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL GROUPS CONCERT . Fenton: The vocal and instru" mental departments of the Fenton high school presented a music concert on Sunday afternobh at 3:30 under the direction of Mrs. Gerold Voigt. The program was as follows: Girls glee club: "Teach Me to Pray", Jewett-Graff; "Onward Christian Soldiers", arrangement by Swift. Soprano solo: Beverly Schulte, "Star", Rogers-Lummis; "False Prophet", Scott-Darow. Woodwind trio: Mary Newel, Joan Meyers and Doris Berkeland, "Scarf Dance", Chaminado; "Gavette", Gossec. Mezzo-soprano solo: Lorraine Willrett, "Bless This House'', Brahe-Taylor; "American Pray-* er", Stoek'Rose Stlllman, Baritone solo: Matter! Qtfde, "Ave Maria", Bach«dounofl "Liebestraumo, Liszt, Sefctet: Lorraine Willfett, fiev* eriy Schulte (first sopranos), Shi* nice Krause, Kathryn Bleckwenn (second sopranos), Marlatt Gsde, Marie Faulstick (altos), "1 Hear a Forest Praying", Peter De Hbse; "Navy Hymn" arrangement by Tom Scott Tuba solo: Virgene Cornelius, "Lullaby", Brahms; "Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes", Ben Jonson. Trumpet trio? Beverly Schulte, Janet McFall and Violet DeWall, "Lost Chord", Sullivan; "Friends'", Smith. Vocal trio: Marie Faulstick, Lorraine Willrett, Marian Gade, "Dona Nohius Pocem"; "Green Cathedral", Hahn. Flute solo: Doris Berkeland, 'Rondino", Labate. Piano solo: Mary Newel, "Polonaise in A Major", Chopin. Band selections. "...#...'tf*>,«' ,;*•!*&-'M-rlS^St Lotts Creek News ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. Next to Northwestern Freight Depot on 169 Phone 257 Mr. and Mrs. Mike, Leininger of Boone have been visting nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leininger. Mr. and Mrs. Omer McMahon and Judy and Esther Wetzel of Algona spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Lydia Wetzel. Mrs. Clara Pompe accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bolte of Fairville to Waterloo Thursday for a few days visit with their respective daughters Bernice Pompe and Ivadel Bolte who are employed there and 'with other relatives. The Boltes also visited relatives at Cedar Rapids. Sgt. Everett and Mrs. Mittag of Cherry Point, N. C., came Friday for a visit at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Mittag entertained at a family dinner in their honor Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mittag and famiy of Truesdale also attended. Next Sunday confirmation services will .be held at Immanuel Lutheran church at 10:30 a. m. Members of the class are as follows: Maxine Opheim, Iris Kressin, Doris Meyer, Willis Kuecker, Roland Meyer, Eugene Fuerstenau, Robert Meine, Robert Mittag, Howard Krause, Donald' Meyer and Victor Dreyer. Mr. .and Mrs. Alvin Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wicbtendahl, Martin Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Pija-hn and Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Wetzel, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel and Mr. and Mrs. John Koh- lives attended the funeral of Mrs. D. Cordes at Whittemore Thursday. The members of the Ladies Aid gave a farewell party for Mrs. Dora Laabs. Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran school. 500 Was played for entertainment. Prizes were high to Mrs. Laatos, low to Mrs. Carl Zumach and the draw prize to Mrs. Wm. Boettcher. The Aid presented Mrs. Laabs with a picture. Mrs. Laatos will soon move to Algona where she has purchased a house. Mrs. Minnie Reisner entertained a few friends and relatives at a 500 party Tuesday evening in honor of her .birthday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank SchalUn, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner. High prizes were won toy Herman Reisner and Mrs. Frank Schallin and low by Mrs. H. F. Mittag. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lauck entertained at a 500 card party Sunday evening. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer. Mr. and Mrs.Nick Gengler, Mrs. Lois Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Will, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leininger, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmerman and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Leininger of Boone. High score prizes wen; to Martin Meyer and Lois Zimmerman; low went to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and travel to J. Will. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag entertained at a 500 party Friday evening hi honor of Mr. Mittag's birthday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mrs. Minnie Reisner, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. High score prizes went to Alex Radig and Mrs. Wetzel, low to Mrs. Carl Zumach and Herman Hintz and Mrs. Wetzel received the door prize. Smoof her going in 4™ War-Winter Charge It. These are good words to say when your battery growls at its tough winter job. But better still, have your Standard Oil Dealer check yours regularly so it's always in tip-top shape, fully charged for efficient service. Mom and Pop and the Car... Remember, when straining orange juice, how pulp clogs the strainer? That's a good picture of what happens in a car. The oil filter strains the oil... deposits build up ... clog the filter. Then the oil won't go through the filter. Better have it serviced when you change oil. "Fits like an Old Shoe." Car parts fit like that today. They've lost their "new car fit." That makes it hard to keep lubricants where they belong, where they prevent metal-to-metal contact. Have your Standard Oil Dealer lubricate your car every 60 days, or at 1000 miles—whichever comes first. , "I was wondering, Mom. did you have the Standard Oil Man grease the car ?" corrmoHT mi, VTANDAJIO ML COMPANY UP ail the years of experience of Standard Oil Dealers and you'll get a figure many times the age of the Pyramids. But we wanted to improve even on that. So we ran dealer schools and car clinics. That's why we can say, "For Better Car Care, see your Standard Oil Dealer." Make an early appointment with your Standard Oil Dealer... weekdays, if you can, please. TODAY SEE YOUR STANDARD OIL DEALER for Better Cor Core Buy more War Bonds >*tt«f»tf*tt*fttttft***MtftMft Robert l&ffey held ft meeting of the Bart junior riiolh* eYs at her home Monday evening. Marti! 19. Lunch WaS,SefV&J. Sgt and Mrs. Geo. E. Becker were entertained at A reception Sunday dinner March 11 at the Martin Becker home. 'Quests were the Nick Koppen and Henry oil- hoff families, Mr. and Mrs. Hdy- mond Becker and son, Mrs. Ar* nold Backer and son and Hobert Becker, all of Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnakenberg find son John and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg of LuVerne; Mr. arid Mrs. , Slea HWn wnt Mft a»a Mft, Johff Si. fflofl, Jf.,' S«- 6* Algeria; Mrs, Anna *syl<n? »s$d hftt daujfttet slM «tf%aghtaf of .Bancrdft* tififl Viola Wenatf of BuSK Af leito&n find evening guests also present w«*e Mft and 'Mrs. tfenry Beeleet and DbtUg/tftrdhynka of Algc-fta. t Mr. and Mrs. Sim Semis rind Mary Kay went to Gra&tWnger Saturday <wherg they vliltea over night with her sister and family, then on Sunday they drdve to Esthervttle where on Monday they attended the funeral of Sim's grandmother WHo passed away last •Week In fiakota ahd bUrtal was made ftt EsihefVllle. PLUMBING AND HEATING PUMPS AND WINDMILLS s Phone 255 at Algona 8tf ffOR QtHCtf HEStlltfS—USE THE WAKf FOLGERS COFFEE 2 Jar 55C Fig BARS Ibs. 49c RAISINS 2 Ib. Bag 23c Stuikisi California ORANGES CARROTS EX. RADISHES - 39ft Size Per Bunch Bunches e KRAFT DINNER 3 for25c Campbell's Cream of Mushroom SOUP 15c TWODONUTS and COFFEE lOc ••••• FLOUR SALE Quality Meats ALGONA BUTTER; ' ................... ........... SLICED BACON lb . 35c BOLOGNA Jb . 24c LINK SAUSAGE ...».: ...... ! ...... ...., ................ :.*. 33c CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS' Jb .32c SIRLOIN STEAK ............................................... «,. 29ft COTTAGE CHEESE ...«,. IDC SKINLESS FRANKFURTERS ,„. 29c SPARE RIBS ......................................................... * 21 C MINCEDHAM .... ...... ! ...... .. ................................. * 24C MONTE B£EB TOMATOES Points Kitchen Pride Consumers S1.89 24 Case "' . 2 Cans PRUNES 25 Ib, Box PINEAPPLE JUICE 15C Can MACARONI or SPAGHETTI 3 ibs. 25c Dromedary GINGERBREAD rax Wash Day Needs IVORY FLAKES IVORY SNOW LUX IVORY SNOW .. _ ........... : S.O.S. SCOURING PADS SUPER SUDS .... 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