The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1945 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 10, 1945
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v s p, f ;^V* r ^f//"" '••''• • • \. EAGLE TOWNSHIP PUPILS COLLECT i OVER 2 TODS PAPER Swea'Eagte "Waste paper -cbl-| iettlon honors go to Eagle town* ship school'Wo. 5. Selma AlnV berg, the teatiher, 'brought In 4,167 Ibsi. Individual records Were hiade fey Richard Waterbury arid Barrel B'iShdp ivho -collet! ted 1330 Ibs each; The total for Eagle township was o.'Sas 'Ibs., rand f for Swea township '2,343 Ibs. •Mrs. Wm. Ha'lsmeri 'Is a meiJlcrtl patient at Forbes 'hospital. Swea township 'Ural schools held a play-flay tw'lth-a'picnic at noon in schatfl rftetridt ifto.'4'last .Friday. . ".• ~ Mrs. Russell IWba :and her two daughters of HSmtore, TWlnn. -Vis-! ited last week/at'the •'home of her* parents, "Mr. and Mrs. "Henry "Larson. . i The Eagle township :fiid met Tuesday at the home at .Mrs. John Larson. Assisting 'hostesses were Mrs. Christens Sw.anson ,'and'Mrs. Irvin Bothe. ' Mrs. Leslie Hanson was In Rochester, Minn., lafit week 'to tb.e With her friend, Mrs. IL. (C. ."Knut- * < ' T The Algona Upper tifei Mdihes, Algona, Iowa, May 10, 1945 " *-H/ „ ' : , '?' f,", „' '</' ,v soft, who underwent a serious dp'* erailon .there. The Earl Prestons, Howard Prestons, Vernon Mdlintters <Jf Lakotay EmU Larsons, Francis TorhttS Were HStfnday evenirtg guests at the Martin Molinder home. './The aceaslon -was to help Mrs. Moltnder Celebifate'.her'.birth- dsy. S-Sgt. Ellis Jottgberg arrived Tuesday 'for a 30 day furlough with his wife and'his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. John- Jongberg. Sgt. Jongberg arrived 'In the "States "May'16''from serving in the Euro- peafi 1 theatre a year. He/ was wounded TDec. 18 'in .-action .in Germany. He came'here from a hospital 'in (Oklahoma -jaml *wiil report back -there after his stay here. ' S-Sgt. Earl Berg arrived .home 'from Hhe European theatre of war where he has ServeH over "2 years, 'to • Visit 'his v.parertts, 'Mr. and."'Mrs. .Andrew Berg. Weekend Visitors were the Berg's daughters Lucille, radio student o'f 'Minnesota T Uriiversit'y, -Mlnne- apdlis; "Mrs. "L. 'Flnnelyson, teacher at NeWton; "Merlin "Berg Of Newton and'Mrs. Halgar "Peterson :and*smail?son Of "Kansas 1 City, ^Moi Mrs; Chas. Oxley of Co'rwith" is doing practical nursing in the rCarl ~Hansen ' home. 'Mr. Hansen 'is confined'to his -O'f -Constant (care, nut It MONEY la ftef raWnf. T«. pay yet bttt profit* yo« put FAST irowtb and galm eg •yaw plgt. Yet ,ftav* to >gtf -fttui fo h«f paying ftiarltf wrigfth MMLY and of four f etd/ng «oif. .Tftaf 1* •aaay-jgaklaf hoy raiting. 6«t HaiMyMaad Mnl Info your) PJg Motion now. S«« your/ Homyaaad tfaatar iaday. & FEED CO. to Northwestern Freight Depot on 169 Phone 257 MAY-YOUNGWIRTH NUPTIALS AT WEStEVTUESMY 'Wesley:,'Alice, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jdhn'Youngwlrth, was married to'Dick May, son of Mr. and Mrs, Vatv May of Corwith, Tuesday morfting'at 9 o'clock, Rev. "L.'N. Klein officiating at the single'ring ceremony. The brido, Who was given' in-marriage by her father, was attended by Ruth Forburger and the bridegroom was attended toy the, bride's brother, Lawrence Youngwirth. The 'torlde wore -a White satin gown With train, a finger tip veil and blusher with a coronet of orange : blossoms: She wore a string 6f pearls, a gift of the groom, arid she carried a shower bouquet of"'brier Cliff roses. Her attendant Wore a floor length pink taffeta gown with a coronet of orange blossoms, and she carried a bouquet Of pihk and white carnations. The' bride's mother wore a heavenly 'blue dress and the groom's mother wore a navy blue suit. The men wore boutenierres Of white carnations. Following ' the -ceremony a reception was'held-at''the home of the 'bride's parents for 85 relatives • arid -frierids. The table was "centered by a three-tier wedding cake topped''by a miniature bride and groom. "Waitresses -were Ruth, Edna and Irene Youngwirth, Sylvia'Ferstl-'arid'Eileen'Wingert. Mrs. Tom McMahon, Mrs. Eggert, Mrs. Mike Flom, Mrs. Ben Schrauth and Mrs. George Vitzthum prepared the dinner. The young couple will be at home -on 'the groom's 'farm six miles east of Corwith. They treated -their many frierids 'to -a wedding dance in Kleinpeter's hall that everting. Mrs. Al Soppe of Algona was a visitor at the George "Ricke home Monday. 'Susie PfeMner returned'Satur- day night from a week's Visit with relatives at St. Paul. Dorothy Hauptman submitted to a tonsilectomy at the Mercy hospital in Mason City last week. Jack Lickteig and Marvin Adkerson -passed 'their pre-induction exams at Tort "Snelling, Minn.^ last week. Mrs. Dennis Lickteig and young son of Fort 'Dodge spent the past week at the -parental John Lickteig 'home. .Don Kinniard returned 'home Monday from 'Marshalltown Where he 'had 'been "hospitalized 'for a severe case of pleurisy. Sunday guests 'at the R. 'C. Bauer home were Mr. and "Mrs. Wffi Hru'bes and 'ba'by and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hrubes of Duncan. Mrs.''-Helen Bente'le of Atlanta, Ga., who came to attend the 'funeral of Mrs. Gordon Giddings, went to Meservey last -week to visit her sister, Mrs. Wayne Sweriton. .Mrs Isadore Carman of 'Syks- tori, N. D., is housekeeper at the Jdhn Richter, Jr., home. The t3ar- man' family, lived on the farm where John Hildman -now lives before moving 27 years ago. The Wesley Farm Bureau held a meeting in the. Exchange State Bank basement Thursday evening of last week. State Senator Du^ ane E. Dewel of Algona was guest speaker. Coffee and doughnuts were served. Mrs. Joe Meurer entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Tom MoMahon was a'-guest. Mrs. Harry Braley and Mrs. J. M. ;Kunz won high and low score prizes respectively. 1 Mrs. Braley will entertain the ladies Saturday, May 19. •.,.-••:-• Mr. and -Mrs. Vee Mullin went to Omaha Sunday to visit hef parents, Mr. arid Mrs. N. M. Perkins. Mr. Perkins has been slek. Mrs. Alice Loeblg of Burtis caring foi- the Mullin household duties and Theron Hansen is substituting on the rural mail route. Esther Burke of San Francisco came over the week-end to Spend several months at the MrS. Marie Kunz home. She Will then go to a hospital at Rochester where she will be employed as a technician. She held a similar position In San Francisco several years. The local fire department answered a call to the Kenneth Rasmussen home east of town Sunday morning about 11 o'clock. A brooder house had caught -fire but the blaze was extinguished before much damage was done although about a chicks were too well done. Mrs. Mary Stufflick of Fore'st City spent last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Ricke and family. 'Mrs. Stufflick observed a birthday anniversary Tuesday, May 1, and her two sisters of Algona, Mrs. Philip Kohl- laas and Mrs. Carl Hoffman, spenl the afternoon. with her. Cpl. Bud Hauptman left Sunday evening for Camp Atterbury, Ind., following a week's furlough here, at his parental Ed Hauptman, home. He is in the 5th Service! Command. His wife, the former, Tune Haverly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. June Haverly, is employed in defense work in San Diego, Calif. Sunday guests at the George Ricke home were Mrs. Stufflck of Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Simon and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Froehlich and family of St. Benedict; Mrs. Carrie Ricke and family and Connie Lou Studer of Crystal Lake. The dinner honored Joan Ricke who received her first holy communion Sunday. Mrs. Tillie Loebig, Thelma and Robert accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bert Putzstuck family of Lu Verne to the funeral of Louis Oppedahl, 61, which was held Saturday afternoon at Titonka. Burial was in 'the Buffalo Center cemetery. Mr. Oppedahl died of a stroke Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward also attended the funeral. We are looking for'townspeople and farmers' who need $50, $100, $150;.$200 br'More, You can borrow thru us'. to pay bills, taxes—buy fuel, clothes and winter necessities. Car repairs, home".' improvements—or any emergency, Repay monthly or on a farmer payment plan. FARMERS! We have .a special LOAN PLAN to help you buy stock, farm machinery, or for any,, farm use. Individual payment plan allows you to repay when you sell your products, • • . SEE US TODAY,' t L. S, BOHANNON Phone 103 - Algona, Iowa 1 P. Dailey, Salary 98.50 T. Halpin, Salary 88.50 W. Gorman, Salary 88.50 C. Wright, Salary 60.50 W. Ludwig, Salary , 92.60 A. Hill, Salary 64.30 E. Graham, Salary 85.80 K. Ruttedge, Salary 71.50 H. Stephenson, Salary 88.50 C. Webb, Salary '82;60 ,T. Dunn, Salary 44:75 F. Ostrum, Salary 21.65 C. Pollard, Salary .116.30 t. Kohl, Salary 55.10 A. Carlson, Salary 92.20 H. Passmore, Salary 62.00 Iowa State Bank, Tax 99.20 Treas. of State, Tax 34.84 Diesel Serv., OH :318.99 C. M. St. P. & P. Ry. t Tr, 23521 Fulton Iron Wks. 'Co., Rprs. 445.34 Norton Mach. Wks., Rprs... 33.63 Terry Durin Co., Mdse. ....116.52 Line Material Co., Mdse 21.21 Delavan Eng. Co., Mdse. ...:201.65 Crescent Elec. Co., Mdse 150i49 North. Elec. Sup. Co., Mdse. 47.58 Globe Mach. & Sup. Co., Mdse , - 23.00 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., Mflse. 1.83 Algona Ldry., Serv 46.68 Pratt Elec. Co., Mdse. .'84:53 Mall. Iron Range Co., Serv. 682.03 Graybar Elee, Co., Mdse 86 T. B. Robertson Prod., Mflse. 48.99 E. T. Moe Sta., Gas 1.50 Mike's DX Sta., Gas 16.87 C. & M. Super Serv., Gas 11:08 Algona Cry., Gas 1.52 Wm. C. Dau Gar., Uprs. ..._ 18.11 Clements Serv., Gas 2.15 Kent Motor Co., Rprs. ..._.15fi.85 Chefs Auto Parts, Rprs 25 H. W. Post, Fit 15.51 Ry. Exp. Agcy., Expr 2.54 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Mdse 4.52 Funk & Diem, Rprs 8.34 NW. Bell Tel., Serv 19.24 Douglas Wildin, Exctr., Real Estate 1,550.00 Jas. P. Marsh Corp., Mdse. 7.SO Water Fund H. Barton, Salary 93.10 F. Ostrum, Salary • 58.45 J. Dunn, Salary 37.85 R. Barton, Salary 60.50 C. Pollard, Salary 30.00 BODE NEWS y-*" 1 , r - * *- i. »> mi A private sewage system for Your Farm Saturday Art Demory MG-3c arrived for an over Sunday leave from Hastings, Neb., -here he returned Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyons .recently entertained the Humboldt rural mail parrlers and the auxiliary one evening last week." Lt. Herbert Larson is visiting his sister 'Mona in St. Paul and before returning home will take a trip east to New York City. Cpl. Merle Sorlein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sorlein, sent a message to his .parents that he had arrived in the States after three years in Australia. Thursday ;morning May, 3, a son -was born at, the Lutheran hgs- pital Fort l D.odge, to>Pvt. "arid 'Mrs. Donald Aure. They have another, child, Ronald Merritt. Bode high school won their first tall game in »the sectional tournament at "West Bend— Bode Z, •Wjh'ittemore '0. Armond Hanson, Bode twirler, did not allow a hit. 7 'Mrs. Herlev 'Nielsen celebrated her birthday 'Saturday afternoon when several of her friends called io remind her tot the event. Lunch was served in remembrance of the occasion. ; Mrs. Norman 'WTyland and daughter Dixie -of Hoyal are mpv- ing tp Bode -and have purchased the home where the' Barber family. are now living. ' Mr. Wyland is in service and "before moving to Royal made. their home here. The Bode ' fire, •department was called out Saturday morning to the' Walter Thompsoniresidence to put out a roof fire. It might have done 1 more damage only for insulation. Considerable damage from water was done on the second floor. , ; The senior activities of the Bode high school are many and varied, continuing up to May 18, the date of graduation. The junior-senior banquet was held Saturday evening in the high school gymnasium. Mrs. Doris Johnson was sponsor of -the event. Sunday evening the Junior- Senior Leagues held a joint meeting in the church parlors at which time an interesting program was given, including a very fine talk given by Sgt. Orville Olson. A returned prisoner of war who is home on furlough, he told some very plain facts npt usually read in newspapers. The meeting was also a farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Gep. Bauer who are leaving soon' for Yankton, S. D., where they will make their home. COUNCIL MINUTES p| e, intern hesw feriQugbt pf flj t g,R£tR}fiiUff» sow te though the jnstaU4tJpfl Pi OND PHAN 4 tbs <?pf| i? se to <"«ta11. tOD. * ' ,ff^Fi S&tff&Bm. !&£*$• April 26, 1945 „„,. Council meit in adjourned session with the following Coun* present: Herbst, Harris, „ ,s, Bofcannon S nd Huen•hold. Fes was absent, Building *semtts wereapproy- ed for Wjn." Carney, J, fcreesman and Hugo Johnson. Insurance, policy with 'the MiU Owners Mur. tiwl J1« JRS. £9; 'was renewed, A w>tton. <was cgrfied that the , sctia? ^ «j- ya}ua [. jpsrtspn pos^Sle airport :> K5tA?iri KA To«>, JQJ y^jj DANCES LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, May 11 Henry Charles Tuesday, May 15 Eddie Wilfahrt Friday, May 18 Al Manke I. Kohl, Salary :.... 27.50 L. Mitchell, Salary 70.10 G. Palmer, l&bor 25.35 R Haag, Labor _.. 4..- 18.00 C. Behse, Labor 7.45 Iowa State BariX, l"ax 37.00 Norton Mach. Wks., Rprs 13.60 Funk & Diem, Rprs 87 Republic Flow Mtts. Co., Rprs _ - 13.75 Wm. C. Dau GET., Eprs. 1 .... 3.67 Mike's DX .Serv., Gas 12,27 Thompson Dist. Co., Mdse. .42 Elec., Mdse , 24.05 Consolidated Fund C. McGinnis, Salary 80.50 T. O'Brien, Salary — 8°- 50 A. "Welshaar, Salary 73.60 Kos. Motor Co., Rprs 51.30 O. K. Rubber Welders, Rprs. .CO NW Bell Tel. Co., Serv 4.09 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Mdse 11.44 C. & M. Super .Serv., Serv. 2.00 Selzers Serv., Gas 14.20 Mike's DX Sery., Gas 12.36 Chrome :Serv. ( Gas ..._ 2.02 Blanchard's Conoco Sta., Gas 5.26 Iowa State Bank., Tax 22.50 J. Lashbrook, Salary 92.60 E. :Skilling, Salary 96.40 Charley Harvey, Salary .... 66.30 F. Minnard, Salary 61.40 W. Frombach, Salary 51.80 J. Bahr, Salary 56.60 G. Gunder, Salary 58.40 Globe Mach. & Sup.j Mdse. 16.12 Clements Super Serv., Gas 39.06 Hoenk Motor Serv., Rprs 1.11 Ed's DX .Serv., Gas 28.64 Cont. Oil Co., Gas 39.61 Norton Mach. Wks., Rprs 24.32 Laing & Muckey, Rprs 2.33 Algona Imp. Co., Rprs 61 .Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Mdse 24.16 C. M. St. P. & P. Ry., Rent 10.00 Minnie Jones, Salary 40.00 Dr. F. IS. Sawyer, Rent .... 25.00 Buchanan Abstract Co., Serv 10.00 J. D. Lowe, Exp.' 6.05 Daily Reminder, Ad 3.00 Algona Upper D. M., Serv. 65.25 C. Fraser, Sidewalk '.... 30.08 K. Foster, Care of Dump .... 29.50 Sewer Fund C. Pollard, Salary 20.00 Fire Maintenance Algona Fire Co., 4 Fires ....128.00 Eureka Fire Hose, Mdse 6.63 Algona Ins. Agency, Prem. 170.00 NW Bell Tel. Co., Serv 4.34 Funk & Diem, Mdse 14.95 Ken Frankl, Gas 1.83 C. & M. Super Serv., Gas 5.78 Swimming Pool Fund Paxson Ins, Prem 91.W Deposit Fund Lt. R. P. Baughman, et al., Refunds 40.00 Sec. 2. this ordinance take effect and be In fof<56 _.^.._ and after its passage and apptdv* al. Passed and approved this day of Aprilj 1945. Frank Kohlhaas, Mayof, Attest: Adah Carlson, City Clerk. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and haul- Ing. WWWUVYWWUVWWWWY? WOOL The price of Wool is the same as the last two years under Government Control. V4 Blood Medium 45c % Blood Medium 46c Vi Blood Fine Long ....42c Western and Reject as to quality. Sell your Wool direct to us and you ate assured to receive all your wool is worth, Joe Greenberg MEN'S WORK Plus Postage | Long Wearing Cham 1 bray, I Sanforized Shrunk » Neck Sizes 14 lo 17 Limit: '3 lo a customer FHA INSIIED MOITCUES I WITH VETERANS 1 GUARANTEED. EQUITY LOANS MAKE HOME OWNERSHIP EASY FOR SERVICEMEN Jfou Veterans coon will be hearing of Section SOS of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act. That is,' you will, if like a couple of million of your buddies, you've been thinking of owning your own home. Briefly, that Section provides a fully guaran- * teed equity loan towards the purchase of a home. The amount is ample for a substantial down- payment—just the start you need. Then, you'll want an FHA. Insured Mortgage to finance the balance. These two loans add up to practically "fool-proof" financing for the Veteran. What do we mean by "fool-proof"? Just this: That you—and every other prospective buyer—need protection today against possibly- inflated real estate prices in certain areas. That you need the protection of an expert, unbiased ' analysis of the entire home-purchase transae* tion, including an appraisal of value based on a long-range view of the market; not upon temporary, speculative prices. That; you** need expert advice on 'the neighborhood, the site,'die ' quality of construction, the workmanship. FHA, that is, the Federal Housing Administration, does all that. And you can bet on this: • When FHA tells you that it will insure your mortgage, you can be fairly certain you're not paying too much for your home. Just reason it this way: FHA won't take a risk that you. shouldn't take! So, when you are ready to discuss owning your- own home, come in and let us help you arrange the necessary financing. We particularly web come inquiries from Veterans. ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN Phone 55 Algona, Iowa Tocame suavecito... 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