The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1945 · Page 1
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Lotie Rock Daughter Hoatesa on T. W. A' Lone Rock: Marian Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen, an air hostess with Transcontinental and Western Air Lines the paAt six months, has been chosen one of the 'hostesses on T. W. A.'s new Boeing four engine stpatoliriers. Won't You Help Me Get A Better Start See your Tanvilac Dealer and ask him to give you the low-down on how TANVI- LAC will assist in getting me to market quicker and at less cost by helping me get more out of my present feed. Better yet, just add 3% New Improved Tanvilac and 3% Ironized Tanvilac Cultures to. each 100 Ibs. of Chick Starter you are now feeding and see the results for yourself. UNION FARMER AND SHOCKS LAST YEAR HEMP Union: Alfred Sohenck is hav* ing his hemp hauled to the Al gona hemp plant. The hemp which was under the snow all winter is in good condition. A group of German war prisoners and some civilians have been busy the past week tieing the hemp and shocking it. Lunch was served the workers and coffee Was served hot from the Earl Taylor home across the road. WIPE AND DAUGHTER RETURN FROM THE WEST Mrs. Burnell Brunsvold (Esther Geilenfeldt) daughter of the Chas. Geilenfeldts, returned Saturday morning from San Diego, Calif., where she has 'been the past, six weeks with her husband who is in the service. She had the youngest child with her and the older one stayed with his grandparents. Mr. Brunsvold was moved to where living quarters were unobtainable. Betty and tetty Safthef, tflittjfj G/m.' MltT **»«* daughters of Mf. and Mrs, R6? Sarehet dame up from Amds and spent the weekend with theft parents. Chester Bailey has been havffig some tile hauled and plana ort fe* pairing a drain in the north, co?» rier of his farm. Harry Keith has also rbeefl doing sbme tiling this spring. Chas. Geilenfeldt is nursing" a very sore finger, infection baa gotten a good hold on it and the doctor has lanced ih He is unaware what caused -. it unless he bruised it. Mrs. A. W. Lindsley spent last week at the Syd Lindsley home at Fort Dodge. Staff Sgt. Syd Lindsley, Jr., was home frohi the South Pacific on rotation after accomplishing his necessary mission. He is a gunner on an army bomber. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will spent Sunday at Fairmont where they visited at the home of Mr. Will's sister, Mrs. L. Uptagrafft, and family. They made the acquaint" ance of « new two weeks old granddaughter, Melrene Cecelia Grey. Melrene is the infant daughter of the Uptagraffts' daughter Luclle.' Her husband is in the service. Lu Verne Vicinity News Items Anna Murray spent Sunday vis-1 Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. Don't Overlook Me, Either! Ironized Tanvilac Cultures were designed to help market me more quickly and economically by utilizing your Home Grown Grains. Also ask the Tanvilac Dealer about how IT-77 will help prevent Nutritional Scours and anemia. LIST OF DEALERS Algona Flour & Feed Co Algona R. L. Krantz & Son Titonka Hamilton Hatchery Bancroft and Titonka Hobarton Co-Operative Elevator Co Hobarton Robinson Produce Co Corwith Henry Kohlhaas Livermore Alfalfa Milling Co ....Dakota City Simon F. Blome Elmorc, Minn. R, C, Bauer ,.,„... Wesley Ted Hinders „., :..Woden Harold Oxley Corwith E. C. Marty & Sons LuVerne Thompson's Hatchery Elmore, Minn. Lone Rock Cooperative Exchange .... Lone Rock Burt Cooperative Elevator Co Burt The above dealers carry Chick Starters fortified with Tanvilac. For Further Information Call or Write RALPH TICE iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Miller. Mrs. Paul Maas of Waterloo visited over • the week-end at the parental Max Meyer home. Mrs. Raymond Pettigrew of Algona spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pergande. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips and children Joan and Dean were visitors in Des Moines over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk and daughter Sally visited Sunday nt the home of his mother at Lynn Grove, Iowa. Mrs. Hugh Shirk and Mrs. Paul Phillips visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tiede in Des Moines. Mrs. Harold Wolf and infant son, Richard Lee, returned home recently from the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behnkendorf of Bancroft were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and family of Titonka spent Sunday visiting at the parental Alex Mil- Phone 215-W Distributor Algona, Iowa ler home and with other relatives. Mrs. Amelia Behkendorf spent the week-end visiting relatives in Whittemore and also to attend the wedding of a niece Sunday afternoon. I\:r. and Mrs. Walter Merkle and children, James and Joyce, of St. Paul, Minn., spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Meirkle. Mrs. Fred Hagist returned recently from the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge after spending several days there receiving treatment for a broken hip and arm. Dr. S. Earl Burgess of Algona, district superintendent of the Methodist church, was in charge of the worship services in the local Methodist morning. church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Thorn and sons James and Larry arrived Thursday irom Richmond, Calif., to spend several weeks visitinf at the parental Otto Ramus and John Thorn homes. Mrs. Ralph Ballard and daughter Janice of Redwood Falls, Minn., spent several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley and also with her sister, Mrs. Anna Sankey. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Schichtl and son Jerry of Estherville and Mrs. Henry Marr and children, Joyce and Raymond of Spirit Lake spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. Wm. Thompson, S-Sgt. Merle Thompson and Mrs. Betty Wolf spent the week-end in Larrabee, Iowa, visiting at the home of Rev. Clarence Thompson and also with Wm. Thompson at Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle visited Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Emma Lehman at Boxholm. The birthday of Mrs. Merkle's grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Walter who is 85 years old, was celebrated. Pvt. Everett Schipull arrived home recently from Camp Hood. Texas, to spend a furlough wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Schipull. Everett will report to a camp in California at the close of his furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frantz, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Kubly of St. James, Minn., Mrs. Harold Johnson and"son, Bode, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kutoly of Hardy were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Cleveland. Mrs. Lawrence Marty has resigned her position as teacher in the Vernon Consolidated school and will leave soon to be with her husband, Pvt. Lawrence Marty, who is stationed at a camp in Arkansas. Lena Geigle has been hired to fill this vacancy. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Doris were guests Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behkendorf in Bancroft, the occasion being a farewell party for Donald Behkendorf who will report for induction into the army Wednesday. Sgt. Kenneth L. Brayton left Tuesday for his station at Brownsville Texas, after spending a 15 day furlough, with his mother, Mrs. Grace Brayton, and with other relatives. Nearly 45 relatives gathered at the city hall Sunday and a family dinner honoring Kenneth was enjoyed. S-Sgt. Merle Thompson arrived home recently to spend a 45 day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Wm. Thompson ancl with other relatives. Merle has been in the Southwest Pacific theatre of operations for three years. He had been stationed in New Guinea and also fought in the battle of Leyte. This is the first furlough Merle has had in LuVerne since entering the service. OF BODE KILLED IN ACTION FEB. 25 Bode; Staff Sgt. George F. Wll item*- 6f the 33fd Infantry, who was killed in action in the invasion of Luzon Feb. 26, had 'a colorful army career, tie entered service on April 29, 1941, and aftef taking his basic training at clalbourn, La., was released from service on account of the 28 year age limit and received an honorable discharge. After four months he was called back into service in March, 1942, and was sent to Damp Forest, Tenn. In the following October he Was.Sent to Fort Lewis, Wash., and remained there until April, 1943, when he was sent to a camp near Needles, CaMf., for desert training, remaining there until June when he was sent to an embarkation point. He first landed in the Hawaiian islands where he remained for a time and later was transferred to New Guinea and then to the" East Indies and finally to the Philippines. Sgt. Williams was with the famous 34th Division 'before receiving his honorable discharge. He is the 32 year old son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Williams. His wife, the former Evelyn Lar- I son, has 'been making her home with her mother Mrs. O. T. Larson, since coming from Fort Lewis, Wash., where she lived with her husband while he located there. was Mr. and Mrs. Nels Benjamin and family attended church services in the Methodist church in Livermore Sunday, and also the &lveH It M men* Sunday titson ifffioof fcf the district superJntenxMt,, JMffc atfd Mffii BUf,ges9 of AlgonS,- Airs', Johanfia R<5ngBV&J was* of> a large group who qualitled as a clijaeli ot the United State's in the U. S., District Court which was held in Port Dodge feb'. 21, and has been granted a certificate of naturalization. She has two sons serving with the armed forces, Mr. arid Mrs; Tom Olson hive recevied a.message from the war department stating that their son. Staff Sgt. orville M. Olson had been liberated from the German prison camp, Stalag 3-c, where he had been confined for .several months. Evacuation of the prison camp was made by the Russian army. Memorial services were held in the Bode Lutheran church Sunday afternoon .for Pvt. Armon B. Johnson who died of wounds received in action on the Island of Leyte Dec. 16. Armon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Johnson, his father -preceding him in death 10 years ago. He Was born May 14, 1922 at Bode. He was, called on March 9, 1944, to serve his country and was sent to Camp Roberts where he finished his basic training. He went overseas in October, 1944. He leaves his mother, two sisters, a brother, and his fiance, Ivanel I/arson, to mourn his death. Rev. O. B. Anderson of Humboldt officiated at the service. farm Miiresii meetifig at her h&me sl . Tuesday aftMotm. and rs, Gfiee ,- , the ksson .material which was on repairing elSctlcal appliances used ift the home, fhe Indies Will also start doing ser- vide w6rk ufttfl ttM I&Song start, Irvington Ladies' Farm Bureau Meeting Irvington: Mrs. John Weber entertained the Irvington Ladies You can get the best quality Grade "A" rabbet If ypu recap NOW. No mote will be manufactured . for passenger tires for several months, let us put thick new treads on your smooth tilts, while .out* supply lasts. Ouf skilled workmen use the tested B. F. Goodrich Factory Method to insure longer tire life—greater safety. NO CERTIFICATE NEEDED TO RECAF OK RUBBER WELDERS PHONE 508 LESTER DEBOLT ALGONA B.E Goodrich Tiresj NATIONAL -^'TrA CO fi" • FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES EX, FANCY FANCY WINESAP AND FLORIDA WHITE CELERY 13c Large Stalk Lbs. CRISP, TENDER PASCAL CELERY... 2 ££33c •TEXAS TllEE IHPENED Grapefruit .5 „,.. 31 c CALIFORNIA SUNKISX LEMONS .. „. 12c FRESH—TEXAS BEETS .... Bunch 8c CALIF. 8CNKI8T ORANGES . .5 „.. 52c 1 ,(C ' U. S. NO. I—NEW, GREEN Cabbage Lb. TOP helpfe -,». a point to remember these days H when it's our duty to keep fit IN Iowa, Basketball has had a big season, Wiota girls defended their state title. Ames High School captured the boys' crown. Iowa State topped the Big Six. And the Iowa Hawkeyes won their first undisputed championship of the Big Ten. Today's high-speed basketball demands superb condition—in which Milk plays an important part. In fact, Iowa coaches ob-i serve that their players are strong for milk, taking two or three glasses at a meal. Not just in basketball, but in every wartime activity, Condition is important So Milk is important, too. As a nation, Americans realize this. Today they are drinking more milk than ever before. Since 1940^ the increase is nearly 20 percent. To see that America's demand for Milk, Butter and other dairy foods is maintained, and is increased as soon as supplies permit —that is one of the vital jobs which Iowa farmers are doing through the Iowa Dairy Industry Commission and the American Dairy Association. Both now and in the post-war era, it is a job of basic value to the welfare of the entire state. RECITAL PROGRAM AT BURT HIGH 3 O'CLOCK SUNDAY Burt: Musical talent in the Burt high school will present a recital program in the high school gym Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. We regret we haven't the space to set out the titles of the different numbers which will be rendered. The program: Excerpts from Hansel and Gretel, opera by Humperdinck, Joan Chipman as Crete], Evelyn Berker as Hansel, Lugenia Riedel as the Sondman and Shirley Lockwood, flute, Cuckoo. Two clarinet numbers by Marilyn Ditsworth. Piano number by Rose Ellen Ditsworth. Two numbers by the boys' quartet. Flute solo by Shirley Lockwood. Xylophone number by Arlet Cherland. Two bass numbers by Charles Officer. Two selections by thu clarinet quartet. Piano solo by Joan Chipman. Two mezzo soprano numbers. Baritone solo by John Riebhoff. Two numbers by the girls' sextette. Contralto solo •by Evelyn Becker. Soprano solo by Joan Chipman. Saxophone number by Stella Rachut. Tuba solo by John Riebhcrff. Help Conserve Paper GRAPEFRUIT 5 - 40 OLIVES TEXAS SEEDLESS, PINK DAIRY INDUSTRY COMMISSION wf«nAn IOWA ; Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 5278 March 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 W. T. Oliver, Deceased, dated April 6, 1932, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 9th day of April, 1945, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Al- 'gona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, ji 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, March 24, 1945. HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. E. jr. Van Ness, Attorney, Iowa. 13 tt EAT EGGS SOME WAY EVERYDAY EGGS RIT EGG DYES Doz. lOc NATIONAL STICK PACK PLAIN DILL PICKLES «r« 24e HAZEL BRAND • J * r *^ W< *' FRENCH DRESSING NATIONAL GRAPE JELLY »;?', Bottle I2c **«? HOT CROSS BUNS MEATS AND FISH Fork Sausage 33 C *• NATIONAL NANOV TALBOT— PLAIN OH SUGARED DOUGHNUTS , .... ... . .TT . HAT.ERNO ........ SALTINES ......... ..... RATIONAL .......... PAN ROLLS ,.,,„,..,:. 16c *WU TOMATO JUICE PURE 5 POINTS Polish SAUSAGE : lb. COTTAGE CHEESE _ lb. Ring 2 Points LIVER SAUSAGE lb. HAMBURGER Pure AO A Per Beef £uG Lb. 40 POINTS WHOLE KERNEL—*0 PolnU STOKELY'S CORN ,,, SWEET QIRL-CUT—10 p<*nt« GREEN BEANS .. .,., VIIOIOH SEEDLESS "•'" RAISINS ..;?,.,,,,, COARSE—TYPE 1—RING BOLOGNA DBBS8KD JJRTHERN PIKE ;....: wjyfSi* 1 ?,;;?!?,,,. m FISH •«»»»•.;.,• c or FEE OUR BREAKFAST t% 47* i*, 27 c BW5AKFA8* WORRELL'S PRIDE COOKED IIVMS VANILLA 1L *)*f lb, 37c DATES CALIFORNIA VENUS 3H w wjr Wfl^WfWW ** •;»• If • Wf w£ W(f Ww W Wfi*f V4R IPPflp RecfSfflfnpyQ-5.^5 end f f | Expire Morcft JI ~$l«

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