The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1945 · Page 9
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p!?^^ * *^fc'*SiK * t J^T*??''fyj j i ( * /1 '' fff"; A rv ES1HER SCHMIEL WEDS, FORMERLY OF LOTTS CREEK Letts Creeks, Word has been received hefe 'of the marriage of Esther Schmiel, R. tf>, of Orflhlo, Idaho, twin daughte? of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scmtel 6f Thiensville, Wls., formerly of here, to Leslie Eftgeh of Coeur d' Alette, Idaho, on April 30. The ydung couple are now living .there. , The riew" 'Mrs. Engen Is »well known here having been born and raised in this community. After attending the , parochial school, then taught toy her father, she attended Algona high school. After graduation she took up nurses' tralriing at Rochester, Minn., where she also remained 9, Algotia, towa, May 24,1945 ....-„-— 6fie*f ftseslvhlg h6f .... N. tor th* paif fessf 1 years sh'e has beeh at Orfini6 in the hospital where she was superintendent of thd nurses' staif and fiuperviabif of the hospital. Mri Engen is employed by the State Health Department. Church Services German Communion services will be held at the Immanuel PROF. W. W, SLOAN, BUENA VISTA, Lutheran church next Sunday morning at 9:18 a. m. English services at 16:30 a. m. Mrs. Ernest Luedtke is on the Sick list. William Bell and family of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sprbng and Barbara Kay of Bode spent Sunday at Elmer Pljahh's. Water Nielsen, who left Thursday for Fort Shelling, Minn., to be inducted into the armed forces received a medical discharge Fri- RUPTURED T &EE THIS NEW TYPE OF TRUSS NO STRAPS NO KNOBS NO BULBS Money-back Guarantee Given in Writing Some authorities Say we should not press a cone shaped pad into the rupture opening, as it spreads muscles apart. This support has flat pads and is designed to cover rupture and keep it closed at all times while working or lifting. Its sanitary (can be cleaned in 2 minutes.) It's durable. An expert on trusses,.inguinal and:abdominal supports will give informatlon-wlthout obligation. Incisiorial hernias Welcomed. Wives invited to corrte along. All supports used are recommended ;by authorities. Mr. C. D. Smith, a trained inter and service man, will be here again. TUESDAY, MAY 29 ALGONA Algona Hotel Hours: 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Clip this ad. Remember the date. *: FHA HOW VETERANS CAN BECOME HOME OWNERS 0' 'Mjfc it .. f" • k> The Veterans Administration guarantee a loan for a down payment on the home you wish to own. Apply, then, for an FHA *nsured Mortgage Loan to finance the balance of the purchase. Federal Housing Administration's expert, unbiased appraisal protects against inflated real estate prices in certain areas. There are many other advantages in FHA Insured Financing which .Veterans should know about before closing a home-purchase transaction. Let us give you full details on both loan*. -.Come in any time. \ ALGONA FEPERAL SAVINGS & LOAN Phone 55 Algona, Iowa Public Sale of Because of tfce. shortage of help, the undersigned will sell the following described property at public auction on the farm located 1 mile north, 2 miles west and' % mile north of West Bend, on i/ May 26 Sale to begin at 1;30 p. m. 13 High Grade *pr . have bf^Ui^ testjng s essQcjaUon none Add . Warrant* outstanding April l, 1844 fflAm^olVl .4;—,..;, 65,178 'i.;., ig,95fi Seneca; Commencement exer cises were held at the Senec school gymnasium Tuesday eve ning for nine seniors, Marvl Boever, Gene Balllg, Donna J Cody, Velma Hansen, Gertrud MeKean, Margery Moore, Mar Patterson, Jeanne Wllberg an r~tttiei3uii| uetuu Robert Wilberg. The commencement march wa played by Betty Eggerth, follow ed by the .audience singing th Star Spangled Banner. Rev. Harr, C. Moelstre gave the invocatlo after which a boys' quartet fron the Burt public school presente two Vocal numbers. •Prof. W. W. Sloan, Ph. D., o Buena Vista College gave th commencement address entitle "Alter the Bomber, .the Builder. He related experiences in a roun the world trip he made in 1937 183,8. He challenged the senior that "This is the time to >be alive You are entering a new .worlc The challenge is what will yo; make of it?" Prof. Sloan stated that ther were three major problems fac ing the world today. The firs problem is "what to do with th people of the enemy nations." Th second problem facing us is "How to build a world to prevent a re pitltion of war." The third problem is "How to make the Foul Freedoms work." In order to meet the firs problem Prof. Sloan said we mus remove the cause of war—whici is lack of food, medical care am equlipmlent, education, 'and lack of development of own govern- m'ent. We can build a world to prevent future wars by accepting the San Francisco plan of pence. In order to make the Four Freedoms work we must be democratic in all things. We must live with the peoples of the -world as friends. He closed his address with "We must persist in building the type of world in which we want to live. After the bomber must come the builder to build our ideal world." Following Prof. Sloan's address Supt. R. L. Gowan presented honor awards. Typing awards were presented to Margery Moore and Gertrude MoKean. Scholstic awards were presented to Gertrude McKean,.as valedictorian of her class and Jeanne Wilberg as salutatorian. O. R. Patterson presented the class with their diplomas. John Riebhoff of Burt, thanked the senior class for the courtesy extended them in inviting them to come and sing and dedicated a song to the senior class of the Seneca .high school, "Where You Walk." He also sang "A Little China Figure." The program closed with the day and returned home Saturday morning. Rev. A. F. Otto officiated at the installation of Rev. W. 1 H. Friedrich, formerly of Coon Rapids, as pastor of the St.-John's Lutheran church at Fenton. Rev. Otto has be^n the vacancy pastor at Fenton since Rev. Kabelitz accepted a call to Victor, Iowa, last July. • -\ Louise Faulstich Lotts Creek Baby Baptized Thursday Lotts Creek: Louise Marie, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Faulstich, was baptized Thursday evening at the home of Victor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, by Rev. A. F. Otto. Her sponsors were Marie Faulstich and Otto Bernau. August Bernau substituted for Otto Bernau who is serving with the armed .forces. Louis Marie, who was born on •her great grandmother Faulstichs' birthday, .was baptized dn the dress her mother had worn at her baptism and also has the name of her grandmother and both of her great grandmothers. Her father left benediction pronounced by Rev. Harry C. Molstre. Progressive Farmers M«et The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club held their May meeting at the Henry Looft home with Jack and Dick Looft as hosts. Ten members responded to roll call by naming their 1945 club project. Billy Moore and Donald Merrill had charge of a discussion on farm disinfectants. Plans were made for the club tour which will be held in the afternoon of June 17th, leaving from the Looft home at 10 oclock and coming back to the Ray Osborn home for a pichic supper. The meeting closed with the 4-H .pledge after which refreshments were served. 4-H Girls May Meeting The Seneca Stars 4-H Club held their May meeting at the home of LaVon Thompson recently. Nine gjrls responded to roll call by giving a nature quotation. Wamla Oleson told how to refinish soft wood. Dorothy Osborn demonstrated suitable types of wall paper for various rooms in a home. Margery Moore demonstrated and discussed closet accessories which help lengthen the life of our clothes. 'Rally day plans were made. Donna Moore was chosen as candidate for coun- ;y office and Delores Wilberg was ihosen as her campaign speaker. La Von Thompson had charge of a short recreational period after which she served lovely refreshments to her guests. Other guests were Mrs. Albert Cody Helen Cody, Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Mrs. Olo Pedersen and Clifford Pringle. Four Aid Members Honored A large attendance was present t the Seneca Aid meeting held Tuesday forces. to serve in the armed t the Lawrence Johannesen home ast Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ole Johannesen as assistant lostess. During the program Life membership certificates of the Womens Missionary Federaion vere presented to four of the members who are charter mem- iers of the Seneca Aid, which was irganized on September 17, 1896. T he ladies so honored were Mes- lames Eimers, Herman Struecker, en, Christina Jensen and Ole ohannesen. Guests included Mes- ame's Eimers, Herma Struecker, Imil Bierstedt, Joe Madden, Har- Id Nielsen, John and James Nyman, Harold Fischer, Sam Olsen, ~Yed Johannesen, Russel Jensen, ,evi Schuler and Rasmus Madison nd also the Misses Theresa Stil- lug, Elizabeth Hendricksen and ulia Conwell. Cpl. Marvin Sanders is now sta- oned at Douglas, Wyoming. He : on police duty at a prisoner of far camp located there. Pfc. Maurice Smith of Chander, Arizona, has arrived at the ome of his parents, the Walter . Smiths, for a 15 day furlough. !e is stationed at Williams Field. Harriett Olsen accompanied by Leona Hanson left Wednesday evening for Moscow, Idaho, where she will visit relatives and later attend summer.school,at the Uni 7 ; versity there. r , Helen Cody plans to leave next week end for Wittenberg, Wis., where she will'teach Bible school at the Indian Mission. She will be accompanied by Anna Marie Mitchell, of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. -Clarence psborn and sons were last Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Earl Crouch home. The • dinner was given in honor of Bobby Crouch, who observed his birthday anniversary that day. Orm Haggenty' of Spencer spent Friday at Seneca as a guest at the home of his nephew, Supt. Gowan and also umpired the baseball game played by the Seneca-" Ringsted teams that afternoon at the Seneca community picnic. The Ringsted team was victorious by a 6-1 score. ' Mrs. Herbert Krause and baby FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF FENTON, IOWA, FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1945 (From Apr, V'44 to Mar. 31, '45) RECEIPTS County tax— Independent divisions ....$ 810.00 Total ....... ..................... $ 810.00 Office recepts— Business licenses ....... ....... $ 70.00 Beer permits ...................... 375.00 Cigarette permits ..... ......... 200.00 Dog licenses ... ................... 32.00 Fines, iees and forfeitures 22,00 Other receipts .... ..... .......... 216,54 Total ..... ................. ....,$ 915,54 Grand total of receipts for year ending, March 31, 1845 ........... . ........... ...$1,725.54 EXPENDITURES General government— City officials, salaries ........ $ 222.00 Legal publications ............ 67.37 Elections .............................. 21.60 Municipal League .'. ......... .1 15.00 Other expense 314,79 Total „$ 640,76 , ;ection of Life and , Property-' Police department f 196.35 department ,..„,.„.,...,. 159.81' Highways and Streets— Street lighting ,...$ 431,07 Street grading 184.60 Improvement 636.05 Total $1,251.72 Recreation- Parks $ 201.81 Band 75.00 Total $ 276.81 Miscellaneous— To adjust outstanding warrant $ 7,50 Total $ 7.50 Grand total of expend! t ures for year ending March 31, 1945 $2,533.05 REPORT OF UTIUTIES Receipts—Water Works Sale of water ..,., $1,424.60 Taxes , , 3.7.00 Other receipts „..., 388.86 Total receipts , ,....,.,.$1,850.46 Expenditures—Water Works $lar)es and, wages- Office operation, supervision ••- $ 368.72 Other expenditures , 734.22 E"a?f .,...,,..,.,...,..,„...,...,...,.,.„ 29,08 Meter reader , 15-00 Tptel , .,..,...,..,.—$ "35.6,2.0 Total txpendituVes....$l,147.02 CA$H STATEMENT 5e on. n.8n4 ApyU Ji 1944 . r .c«...t...^......"..——,................,...$ 3,493.87 receipts fop yew «»dfcMf MWCh 9\, Ii45 „.,.'.,.., 1,725,54 Total to account |«p ,,..„„,.„.,— „....,„...$ 4,219,41 ToteJ wpendJIiwres <or year ending March 81,1945 .........—* 2,533.05 daughter are home from San Diego where they spent several weeks with the former's husband who has been stationed there, when he was sent out she returned to the home of her patents, the Glen Cages, where she has been staying while her husband is in the service* _Last Tuesday guests at the Virgil Moore home were Virgil's brother, Oscar Moore, of Long Beach, California, who has been visiting with his mother, Mrs. 3. A. Moore, of Fairmont, Minn., and who accompanied him here. Mrs. Moores mother, Mrs. Pearl Stokes, also of Fairmont, spent the week here and attended graduation exercises for her granddaughter Margery Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody anrl daughters and Clifford Pringle attended Baccalaureate services at the Lutheran church at Forest City Sunday, held for the graduating class of Waldorf College Maxine Cody is one of the graduates. Commencement exercises were held at the city auditorium. Maxine left immediately following .the graduation exercises for Kanawah where she has accepted a position at the two weeks' session of the summer Bible school. HAIL INSURANCE See L. S. Bohannon Over S. & L. Dept. Store THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. MARY: "Jim, didn't you say you wanted to ask the Judge something about grain, the next time you saw him?" JIM: "That's right, 1 did. Mary. Is it true, Judge, that distillers recover part of the grain they use in making war-alcohol?" OLD JUDGE:"That's absolutely true, Jim. Wherever the government has permitted distillers to purchase the equipment neces- sary to reprocess the used grain, at least 50% of the feed value (25% by weight) of the whole grain is recovered. It comes back to farms like yours in the form of premium- quality livestock feed ... rich in vitamins Bi and B 2 ." JIM:" Is the same thing true when distiller! are permitted to make whiskey, Judge?" OLD " jr >GE: "Yes, every bit as true, Jim." ^r\ ,rfiB* > '<?£ $ /' W Thlt adieiUumml itxmsoted by Conftrtnct o) Alcoholic Baerati InJuttlln, l»ti Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results CHOCOLATE CHIPS 14c 6 for GRAPEFR'T 39 C Sunkist 6 for LEMONS 29e IMITATION 19c >er Fresh each CANT'LO'PE Fresh 'lb. TOMATOES CARNATON M ILK lOc Sunkist Navel ouiuusi rvavei m f^ Oranges, i . 49c BROOMS 98* Head 2 for LETTUCE 23C New lb. CABBAGE 4 C .'p. SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER 33c Fresh 3 for CUCUMBERS 25c New 10 bs. POTATOES 59c n i L E x GALLON490 QUART 19c CAULIFLO'R CLINTON PUDDINGS trail! • Ex. Fancy Winesap 4 Ibs. ^ APPLES 55cJ Extra Large PINEAPPLE 49 C Green lb, 21c DOWiXYILAKF rs MADE FRESH HOURLY 2 DOUGHNUTS AND COFFEE GOOD BUYS IN QUALITY H/IEAYS KITCHEN PWDE 50 ^ BAG 1.98 mm Northern Stock Sail 190 RING BOLOGNA BIG BOLOGNA WIENERS COTTAGE CHEESE PORK BRAINS sm^f * v*TTT ^SaP^^r f ; »,s r 's?- **<% -' .r flft^V^mW/^Si -.;C- 1 > -"A ,<<*<u| lb. <> fs 1^ * ^^aP^^^t^J^'^V^X

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