The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 5, 1945
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The Algous tipper Beg Motoes, Algoflft, lews, April g,-l»48 **^~ »..—-• Ill i nun I I i .I'll il-'iirill 'IT -ii ftfrntrh f n "Ifil I r tWHmliltrl-f i il ml ... . .. , .7.,. . * * , LONE ROCK PTA HEARS WEBSTER COUNTY OFFICER Lone Rock: Geo. R. D. Kramer Of Fort Dodge, who is juvenile officer, of Webster county was guesf speaker at the last PTA meeting His subject was "Juvenile Delinquency." Other entertainment included a demonstration of parliamentary practice by the students of Mrs. Harry Montgomery's room ahd vocal selections by the girls' sextet accompanied and directed by lone Lease. THREE LADIES HONORED AT BIRTHDAY LUNCHEONS •Mrs. Angus Cotton and Mrs. Alfred Jorgensen were hostesses for a traveling luncheon on Saturday in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Ray Snyder and Mrs. Arthur Priebe. Guests besides the honorees included Mesdames Harry Montgomery, Alfred Krueger, Harlan Blanchard, Ernest Jensen, Roy Jensen and Don Houck. Mrs. Myrl Jorgensen and family of Ledyard spent Sunday with Mrs. Lillian Worthington. Lenore. Hostetter, teacher at Ware, spent her Easter vacation at the Mrs. Mary Madison homp. Mrs. Donald Arns and daughter Shirley Jeanne of Algona spent the week-end at the parental De Marlow home. Dorothy Jensen, teacher at Wil ton Junction, spent the Easte week-end with her parents, M: and Mrs. E. M. Jensen. La Verne Schroeder, student a Morningslde college spent th Easter week-end with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroe der. Mrs. H. N. Osher and,Mr. an Mrs. Arthur HemingsOn a n daughter Doris of Graettinge spent Sunday at the E. M. Jen son home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard and family of Nora Springs wer< week-end guests and Mr. and Mrs Chester Alme and family of Ottosen were Sunday guests at the parental J. M. Blanchard home. Mrs. Chafee Heads Burt Unit of U. S. W. Burt: At the last business meet- ng of the United Service Women the following officers were elected: President, Mrs W. R. Chafen first vice president, Betty Hutzel; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Chris Bolie; secretary, Mrs. Earl Miller; treasurer, Mrs. Carl Reynolds; chaplain, Mrs. Chas. Schrader; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Paul Olson; historian, Mrs. Ross Elvidge. A number of vanishing ,eas have been held. Mrs. Gladys Straley of Fentcn spent Wednesday in town calling on friends. Henry Fields Seeds Just received a truck load today. Pasture Mixtures, Millet, Sudan, Red Clover, Rye Grass, Rape, etc. We are selling all the Certified Seed Potatoes we can get. . White's Market . ••••••i WOOL The price of Wool is the same as the last two years under Government Control. x /4 Blood Medium 45c % Blood Medium 46s: Vz Blood Fine Long 42c Western and Reject as to quality. Sell your Wool direct to us and you are assured to receive all your wool is worth. i JOE GREENBERG 14 tf NEW MACHINES Wood and steel hog feeders, all kinds; Poultry equipment. Electric motors, milking machines, water tanks, wagon boxes, Hammermill belts. Mower windrowers, tractor mounted sweep rakes, 2 row stalk cutter, harrow drawbars, pickup attachments, i USED—Good No. 4 McCormick Deering Cream Separator. , - "Hydraulic Farm Hand" Stacker Loaders BROS. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa !wgqu«by Ueomw evident only StS£&&&&S^{ Cowan Building Supply CQ, MRS. BAHLING, 87, BURT TOWNSHIP RESIDENT, DIES Burt: Funeral services wei held Sunday afternoon at th Methodist church here for Mr August Bahling who passed awa at her home west of town, Marc 28 after a very short illness. Caroline Krause was born Watertown, Wis., June 13, 1858 spending the early part of he life there. She was united in mar riage to August Bahling in 1880 They lived for two years at Su Prairie, Wis., coming to Iowa in 1882. They settled on a farm wes of Burt and Mrs. Bahling livei in this community for 63 years Doing one of the oldest settler lere. In her earlier years here she was an active church worke jut the last years she spent mos of the time in her home enjoyin he visits of her children and hei 'riends. She was a lover of plants and enjoyed experimenting with hem. She was preceded in death >y her husband who died in July 1912, and one daughter who diec n infancy. She leaves to mourn her loss 10 children, six sons and four laughters, They are Mrs. Edith Taylor, Elmore, Minn.; John am eorge who lived on the home arm; Henry, south of town; Car] f Ames; Frank of Burt; Mrs Esther Willams of Burt; Mrs. Hatie Brown of Wells, Minn.; Mrs Bessie Perry of Algona, and Ben if Burt. Also 8 grandchildren anc 3 great grandchildren also sur- 'ive. Burial was in the Burt cem- itery. Eldori? Carlson started work for Sarl^.Ackerman last week. Mrs>Dean Clapsaddle and chil- ren moved to Algona last weplc Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace and ylvester of LuVerne speni Eas er Sunday with relatives. Joan Metzger of Algona spent tie Easter week-end with her randmother, Mrs. Chas. Leick Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash and ,inda Ann spent Sunday after- oon at the Chet Webb home in ilgona. Mary Jean Rachut spent Easter vith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. terman Rachut. She teaches at !avelock. Wanda Mann, who is teaching ear Wesley, spent the Easter eek-end with her parents, Mr. nd .Mrs. Wayne Mann. Albert Bunkofske returned lasi eek from Los Angeles where he ad spent the past two months isiting relatives and on business. Cadet Nurse Elva Lorene Curlen of Des Moines spent Easter ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ohn Koestler and other relatives ere. \ Arthur Wm. Groen will leave Friday, April 6, for induction into the armed forces. He has been working for Geo. Patt.ersou the past year. - "•' '' Mrs. Clayton Johnson and children of Fort Dodge were in town Friday calling on friends. Clayton, Jr., and Larry spent Saturday here also. Margaret Richmann, former Burt girl, left from Algona last week to begin a three year course in nursing at the Cook county hospital in Chicago. Lura Sewick and Mary Ann Jensen, teachers in the Forest City school, spent the Easter vacation from Thursday until Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. John Scott who underwent an emergency appendectomy at the General hospital in Algona last Monday evening is gaining satisfactorily at this writing. D. M. Stewart and John Clapsaddle returned the last of thn week from Excelsior Springs, Mo., where they had , spent the past three months in the warmer climate. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart had as dinner guests Easter Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler and family, Mrs. Eddie Stewart and sou and their daughter Dorothy who is a student at N. W. Institute in Minneapolis. Ralph Theisen, who works in Waterloo, was in town Saturday enroute to Lakota where he spent Easter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Tljeisen. His brother Gene met him here and spent the day with friends Mrs. Lewis Larsen who made her home with Mrs. A. N. S. Thompson the past year, is moving into her own home this week. Mrs. Larsen rented her house to Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle while Capt. Clapsaddle was overseas. Frank P. Whernli who has spent the past year with the Albert Staehles, purchased a house in Hudson, Wis., this spring. He left a week ago to occupy his house and start his garden. Mr. Whernli will be missed by his friends here. Mr. and Mrs, Vernell Hard-grove have purchased the house in Algona occupied by the Every] Adams family. They plan to move there by May 1. Mr. Hardgrove, who recently volunteered for service, will leave Algona Sunday, April 8, for his pnyskal. Gail Carlsen entertained th 5th and 8th grades at A wii roast at her home Thursday e ning. The neighborhood children were also guests. • If noise gild th amount of wieners arid bUns coil sumed are an indication, a won derful time was enjoyed by nl: The Kickbush family •• mdVei into an apartment In the. hots here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Qlerii Hutzel moved into the house va ; cated by them which the Htitzel; recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs Walter Sorensen moved Saturda. into their own home vacated bj the Hutzels. Mary Officer entertained the Missionary Maidens at her home Saturday afternoon. This group meets the fourth Saturday in the month but due to circumstances this meeting was held a week late Several members were absent The April meeting Is to be with Karla Anderson. Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Heddle were called to Dayton Monday by the sudden death of a very near friend, a young lady who WRS a member of the church while Rev. Heddle was pastor. Rev. Heddle assisted with the funeral services Tuesday. They returned home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Charles Kenning and son Charles who had been visiting her sister. Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, at Sibley, left last week for Hutchinson, Kans. Mr. Kenning, who works at Hutchinson, had been able to rent a four room house ;here. The Kennings lost their household goods by fire last full. The Friendly Four club met at ;he home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dettman Tuesday evening of last week. The evening * was spent slaying 500. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Sigsbee won high and family prize; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lovstad got low family prize, and Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee received travel przie. Mrs. Vernell Hardgrove enter- ained at a vanishing tea at her lome Thursday afternoon the folowing: Mrs. Coffin, Mrs. Ronald "Uvidge, Mrs. Jay Graham, Georia Holding, Mrs. John Koestler, VIrs. Roland Lavrens, Mrs. Paul Worse, Mrs. James Ollom, Helen Schweitert, Lottie Steward and rs. Ralph Steward. Mrs. George Kinkki received an announcement recently from Mr. and Mrs. Harold McGinnis of lampton, Virginia, that they are heparents of a daughter, Beverly LiaRae, born March 23 and weigh- ng 6 Ibs. and 8 ounces. This is heir first child. Mrs. McGinnis s the former Glenna Warden, whose parents are former Burt teople. $50-$100-$200 ....OR MORE For Townspeople &^ Farmers Pay bills, taxes, car and home repairs., Buy fuel, winter necessities ... or for any emergency. Easy monthly payments. Special Loan Plans for farmers for any farm use. Individual payment plan—you repay when you sell your products. SEE US TODAY L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Algona, Iowa 4 il , >L A private sewage system for Your Farm Think what this, means! The omfort of a modern home brought o every member of the family, iealth and happiness with the utmost in sanitation now is possible through the installation of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And the cost is so small. Easy to install too. 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Can lOc Gal HONEY S1.29 TWO DONUTS and a CUP OF COFFEE lOc COOKIES 2 ibs.....:..: ..:...: GINGER SNAPS 2 Ibs. 25c CONSUMERS COMICS "Here is one promise I'll keep ... every day I'll have my Wheatles and every day you'll have a^ . happy energetic public servantl"_/ x IN QUALITY Art EATS ALGONA BUTTER Ib 43 C SLICED BACON Ml Jfo. COTTAGE CHEESE lb || e SKINLESS FRANKS ,„ 29c BOLOGNA ,„ 26c MINCED HAM „ 24c LARD '" —-88e .2 Ibs. Case Lot Sale Case of 12 S1.69 Del Monte I DICED BEETS Del Monte DICED CARROTS Caseofl2 PORK & BEANS 21No . 2Cans Standard TOMATOES „„„,„.„. $2.98 .24 No. 2 Cans Karo Golden SYRUP .10 Ib. Pail 59c Hostess Imitation VANILLA .8 o?, Pottle 8c Flour Sale Kitchen Pride $1.98 Consumers . $1.89 Omar Hour 10 Ib. Bag .................... 49 C 5 b. 8 oz, PERFEX 21c Gallon HILEX 41c BROOMS 99c / „ j flP rlf ^B* TpF wMP flBI^R' ^f TJtfft *^W ^P «BF Made Fresh Plain, Per Do? — Sugared, Per Do? , WHEATIES Urge 2 fa? 29$ I Med, s.o.s, Semdac, Self FLOOR WAX '

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