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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 14, 1945
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Algona Upper flea Motttfcs, Algtfna, Iowa, Jttft« 14, 1948 SUGAR SITUATION iKOMES PROBLEM •.•';- At the end of 1S44 the sugar? fclipply in this country was the 16west it ,had been since the start of the war. It was then deter* Mftined toy the War Food Admlnis- iftfatiph What amount would be ^'Available for civilian consumption i.-during 1945. Their determination s amounted to a drastic cut lor ; civilian use, With no reserve to y'.fall back on it ^as absolutely i ^essential that- the sugar rationing s .System be tightened to live within f the smaller supply. | first Maximum 16 Pounds ', 'On May 1, world developments I'dn sugar supplies forced the War I ; Food Administration (to further i cut 'the allocation of sugar for >; civilian use. Severe ^drought in j -Cuba, labor 'troubles IKPorto Rico, :'i Increased needs for relief feeding •of liberated Europe arid increased plications' received In eeftalti S66- lons of the country. At thls.timA the boards Were given a monthly quota to replace the quota fdf the; yeair. BttardS are now all&Wed to :SSU6 hot to exceed'5 pounds per- aferson. The Kossuth board Is now issuing coupons on this basis and afe In hbpes of being able to eon* tinue on this basis to all applicants who need sugar for canning purposes. This will exhaust the June, July and August quota of the Kossuth board. After that time it there is still quota available, it may be possible to consider ,a second application from applicants who have received only five pounds. military demands ;^ sugar supplies to had reduced less than had t>een anticipated at /the start of ; this year. At that time rationing . "boards were given an allotment /which could be issued for canning purposes for this year. While the ' ? 'sugar regulations allow a maxi- imum allowance of 15 pounds' per -'(. person for this purpose, the board ">:'.allotments were sufficient only for .'.' an average issuance of approxi- . mately 12 pounds per person ^Consequently the Kossuth board ••; Issued oh a basis of 10 to 15 .pounds per person, depending oh ' ; the number of persons in the : Jamily. Now Five Founds About one-fourth of the Kossuth county people were issued their • rations on this basis, when a tele- ',' gram was received, giving the —, board instructions 'to discontinue the issuance of all canning sugar .rations. This action was necessary In order to bring about a further cut in allowances due to a large increase in the canning sugar ap- St. Benedict Soldier Given Award In Italy With the fifth Army In Italy.- Pfc. Frank V. Erickson, of St, Benedict, a truck driver, recently was authorized to wear the sleeve Insignia identifying him • as a member of a unit awarded ,the trieritorlous service unit plaque. His outfit, headquarters company of the 316th engineer combat batalion, 91st "Powder River" division, received the plaque -for superior performance of duty fn accomplishing exceptionally difficult tasks on the Fifth army front. Erickson Is the son of Mrs. Carrie M. Erickson, of St. Benedict. Helen fltogley will spend the | Maze! Ffltee of tdtva City, came - - - " ' ' ; 'Sunday and is visiting here wltn week end in Des Moines visiting her Sister, Mrs. W. B. Nugent. Mrs. John Koesler and Mrs. Hazel Sengbusch were Monday callers at the P. W. Hansen.home. Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Cooper spent Monday in Ft. Dodge where Mrs. Cooper is receiving treatment for her eyes. • The Ernest tf, Anllker family spent Sunday evening at Bradgate where they visited a brother, Noah Anliker, and family. Mrs. Donald AH and daughter, Marilyn, returned last Thursday from Des Moihes where they had been visiting for the past 10 days. Mrs. Kay Setchell, Mrs. Leoti Merritt, Mrs. Joe Harig, Mrs. Harold Lampright, and Mrs. G. D. Bruhdage spent Tuesday at Burt where they attended the county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary. Wesley Lee, Algona, Now Army Sergeant West Palm Beach, Fla.—Promotion of Wesley W. Lee, former. Algona farmer, to sergeant in. the army has been announced by headquarters Carribean division, air transport command here. Sgt. Lee entered the military service in September, 1941, and completed his basic training at Keesler Field, Miss. In January, 1943, he was assigned to duty'as propeller mechanic at one of the air transport command bases outside the United States. The sergeant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Lee, reside at Algona. FOR SALE We have a few things that were not disposed of last week at the John Goeders household goods sale, consisting of a Library Table, Leather Davenport, Settee, Z Rugs, Dining Room Suite, Some Pillows/ Lunch Cloths, Ktrosene Stove, and "Wardrobe Trunk. We will dispose of these items on Saturday afternoon, June 16', from 2 to 5 p. m. . _._ .'_ -v _ / ; , •'•• - ( - J(OHN CiOEDERS Estate IfitaFfNCe Wire; ./ ? ?%?/ The best electric fence line is only a wire 1 . .. unle$« charged by the right kind of i fencer. That Jtoek-itoppjng iting must be [ SAFE • • • wo»» be'SURE . .. pot for one season but For years ta come. That's the kind of fencer you'll Find in tfi« SURGE A.CrSAFE, SURE, LONG LAST. ING and COMPCETE, ready to plug in. Stoeber Hardware FENTON •US ^ ' Old Man Stork Must Be Friendly to Boys During a 12-day period, from May 24 to June 4, the stork visited 18 homes in Kossuth county and he must have a preference for soldier material because he left 12 boys and 6 girls. That is a two to one ratio In favor of the male population of the county. Of the 18 babies Algona led with 5, Whittemore had 3, LuVerne 3, and Burt and Ledyard tied with 2 each. The communities which failed to contribute to this 12-day stork visit were Lakota, Wesley, Bancroft, Fenton, Seneca, St. Joe, St. Benedict, Tltonka and Lone Rock. • . ; WarmesrDaf in 1945 Here Wednesday Summer weather, about three weeks late, finally arrived here yesterday when the mercury registered 84, the warmest so far this year. During the week we had .65 of an .inch in rain. And the soil temperature averaged 57.3 for the week which is still below normal, but a day or two like Wednesday will bring .that up. The two days of sun we've had this week has made a big change In .crop appearance. The record: 'Hi Low Thursday, June 7 58 50 Friday, June 8 66 . 51 Saturday, June 9 68 55 Sunday, June 10 ..63 55 Monday, June 11 ....72 47 Tuesday, June 12 77 52 Wednesday, June 13 84 58 her aunt, Mrs. L. G, Baker: Melzar Haggard has been confined at home the past few days because of illness, but is much improved. Jay Wimmer went to St. Louis Tuesday on a week's buying trip for the Woodward store Of which he is manager. Mrs. Mllford Green Is MOW Employed at the Graham store. She is living in Algona while her husband is in service. Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shore, underwent an operation for hernia at the Kossuth hospital Wednesday. A. J, Itertlg returned Saturday evening from Mason City after visiting his sons, A. V. and E.,G. Hertig, and his daughter, Mrs. Wayman Closson. Helen Johnson, who Is a cadet nurse at the Mercy'hospltal in Des Moines, visited here Monday and Tuesday with her" parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Johnson. William Spencer Is expected this week for a visit with his 'mother, .Mrs. Emily D. Spencer. He will have completed his boot training at Great Lakes this week. Mrs. Marie Pedersen Is back at the Erick Nelson home after a twd months vacation while the Nelson daughter, Mrs. Lyle Ellis, was here from Hartford, Conn. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and daughter, Alice, left Tuesday for Highland Park, 111., to spend two weeks with Mrs. Kresensky's twin sister, .Mrs. I. S. Riggs/and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker and sons, Billie and Dickie, and Mrs. ^Becker's mother, /Mrs. Mathilda .Johnson, were Sunday guests at the Henry Becker cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson of Des Moines are expected F,riday for a few days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Walker and with Mrs. Dickinson's sister, Delates Rammer spent Sunday at the C. E. Detflck farm home east of Algona. , Maxlnc Leeck of Wesley, spent from Tuesday until Sunday with her friend, Esther Fitch, of Al^ gona, ; Mr. and Mrs. fclllolt Stalling: drove to Rochester Sunday so that Mrs. Skllling could go through the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Albert Rammer of Window, Minn,, spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Art" Cogley. She also called at the Greg Rammer home. Mrs. Almira Green moved last Thursday from the Henry Johannsen home on East Lucas to the old Harrington house on North Thorington street. Mrs. Anna Canesius, who until his death made her home with her brother, John Goeders, is visiting her sons, Barney and Julius, south of town. . Mr. and Mrs. William DeKruif and two children, Billy and Bobby, moved last Friday to Mason City where Mr. DeKruif is employed at the ice plant. s Bobbie Slobe, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Slobe, had his tonsils removed last Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital and is getting along very nicely. The Charles Kennedys returned the first of the week to St. Paul after disposing of the household goods of the late John Goeders, father of Mrs. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland and family and Miss Hanna Heetland of Lakota visited Sunday at the home of Mr. Heetland's sister, Mrs. A. W. Behrends, and family. Rose Will of Chicago, spent last week visiting -here with brother, Walter Will, and hejr other Mrs. A. Hutchison. Catherine Strict, of Chicago, THUR. - FBI. - SAT. ''iJtINE 44 - 15 V 16>v . ' "' A TWO-GUN TROUBLE SHOOTER RIDDING the RANGE of RUSTLERS! Gene Tlerney - Bruce Cabot , "SUNDOWN" — Added.— Serial "BLACK ARROW" SUN. - MON. - TUBS; - WEP, JUNE 17-18-19-20 Betty Button - Eddie Bracken "MIRACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK" — Co-Hit — came Sunday for two weeks''visit here with her grandfather, A. Striet, and other relatives..Catherine Is employed by an insurance company, Chris Gronbach of' Mason Cityi was a visitor Saturday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach. Mr| Gronbach attended the funeral of his cousin, Fred Hanselmann, West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Math Frideres are parents of their first child, a daughter, Oorene Kay, born June 11 at the Kossuth, hospital,.j.The baby' weighed 7 pounds,'aria,-13 ounces. Mr. enipWyed at Pioneer. Wayne Gade called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold..Gade, Whit-; temore, Tuesday evening from the Great Lakes,JIaval/Training Sta-J tion, 111. He has completed his boot training and is : taking' '.'a signaflnan course. ^ , • '' Mrs. Tom. Dailey of Long Beach, Cal., arrived Thursday for a.visit here with her husband, who recently underwent an operation at the Kossuth hospital. Tom is getting along fine and was released from the hospital Monday. The Rev. C. C. Richardson, pastor of the local Presbyterian church,'will go to Ames Sunday afternoon to attend the annual meeting of the Synod of Iowa. The Synod meeting is the stal^e meeting of the Presbyterian group. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitcn and daughter, Karene.and Judy, Mrs. George Hix, Chester Fitch, Wilma True, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danielr son and sons Carl'and Larry and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wieland were Sunday callers at the P. W. Hansen home. Irvln Olson, |S-2c, will leave, Saturday after a 9-day, visit with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Albert Olson. He has just completed his boot training at Great Lakes and will return therw for further assignment. Irvin was formerly employed at Borchardts. Mr, and Mr^. James Kelso, jr., and their son, Jimmie, spent from Monday through Thursday visiting here with his parents. Jim has been employed the past seven years at the arsenal at Rock Island, 111. He will leave 'for induction into the army Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Lee Farmer and son, Michael, of Harlan came Sunday to spend thjs week at the Henry Guderian hpme. Mr. Farmer, who Is a salesman lor Sacony- Vacuum, was at one time bookkeeper for McGwire Bros. here. The Farmers and Guerians spent Tuesday at Spirit Lake fishing. , Mrs, Lyle G. Ellis left last week for hep home in Hartford, Conn., after two pwnths here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erie Nelson, and sister, Mrs, Frank K-ohlhass. Dr, Ellis, who had been in Chicago on-twsine§s. joined Ms wife !>ere for a two ana they rettirned frame together EnslffR Russell $uelW!Wi»i so» pi Mt §n4 'Mrs,-G,/S, Buchanan, left Tues4ay evening for Nor* fpjk, Y«.i : where hi will report fop ;<Juty, Befere .reporting to he wHi §tpp in New. Yo '9yi» with w, essi^ta g\jnn«, m. ft, Aftpyw escort 7 pounds, Sfee has ancy Joy Her . somewhere to the joutb Mrs, Ale Is relatives. She also visited at Lu- Vernfe with an aunt, Mrs. Teresia Will. Jane Mayer, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Wm. Mayer, east of Algona, recently began a junior secretarial course at AIB, Des Moines. Jane is a 1945 graduate of St. Cecelia's academy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dahlhauser and daughters, Marilyn and Betty Jean, from Tallulah, La., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Dahlhauser's father, Greg Rammer, and other relatives. Aviation Radio Man, 3-c, Robert Laing came Wednesday for a 10-day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Laing. Bob has been at the Atlantic coast, but will report now to Detroit, Mich., for radar training. . . . .... Mrs. Howard Harvey of Portland, Ore., arrived Sunday for a two weeks' visit with her brother, Roy Ditsworth. She is the former Marguerite Ditsworth, daughter of the late Amasa Ditsworth and Mrs. Ditsworth, who now lives at Seatle, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers and T\helma of Klemme, Irene Shaal of Rock Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 1 Mullins and Howard and Donriie of Corwith, and Mrs. Eleanor Jacobson of Graettinger were Sunday guests at the 'Ed Chambers home. Mrs. Mary Patterson, who has been quite ill and almost on the verge of pneumonia, has be_en tfikefTto 'the., home of Mrs'. 'Almira Grfeen for special- care. She has, however, improved some and seems; to be getting along as well as can be expected. Pfc. Howard Genrich, arrived Monday night from Winter General hospital, Tppeka, Kan., for a 30-day furlough here with his mother, Mrs. E. A. Genrich. Before coming to Algona, Howard stopped in Des Moines for a few days to visit friends. Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen and family of near Wesley, spent Sunday afternoon visiting here with Mrs. Hansen's sister, Mrs. Homer Anderson, and family and with their mother, Mrs. May Harris, who celebrated her birthday Saturday. Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson, entered Drake university, Des Moines, Monday and will major in vocal music. Her' fatheir accompanied her to Des- Moines for registration. Mary is a 1945 graduate of ' the Algona 'high school. Mr, and Mrs. Gale Stockwell and two daughters, Juneadele and Mrs. Marie Nelson 'and her son, Loren, and Fred Lassahn were guests at Fort Dodge Sunday at the home of the Stockwell's other daughter and husband, Mr, and Mrs. William Tellman. Ruth Younsrwjrth, who has been employed for the past two years at the Linnan & Lynch law offices, is on a leave of absence until the •first of September. She will spend part of her time visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Youngwirth, at Whittemore and with other relatives. Ph. M. Ic and Mrs. Edward Boyce have now located at New Orleans La., where Mr. Boyce is doing laboratory work at the navy yards. He recently returned from two years overseas k in the south Pacific. Mrs, Boyce is the former Ruby Turner, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. 'Floyd Turner. Harriet Brown, daughter of Mrs, Rachel 'Brflwn, Will leave Friday for Denver, Colo., where she Witt attend suRimer school at Denver university and specialize in g therapy under pr, Moreno v originated the field. Harriet Mr. attd MM. L. % Ollttert returned Tuesday morning to Oskaloosa after visiting since last Thursday with Mr. Gilbert's sisters and brdther, Mrs. George Benschoter, (Mrs. Claif Anderson and E. L. Gilbert. Ertna Lea Beat spent the week end visiting Mrs. Opal Breen at Spirit Lake. Erma Lea is chief operator at the local telephone office, but because of a nervous condition has been advised to refrain from working for awhile. Arlene Bast-Is Home for a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast. Arlene has almost completed a year of nurses training at Broadlawn in Des Moines. She just recently was released from the hospital after having scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keen spent the week end at Rochester, Minn., where they attended the capping ceremony of which their daughter, Marilyn, was a member. Marilyn, a 1944 graduate of AHS, is taking nurses training at St. Mary's hospital and has been there since February 5. Mrs. Amy Oosterhuls of Webster City, visited Sunday at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Clayton Percival, and family. Mrs. Oosterhuis was enroute to Arnold's Park where she will spend the summer. Her husband is a captain and is stationed in Germany. His profession is dentistry. Harold Neville returned two weeks ago from Corona, Cal., where he had been employed in an interior and exterior decorating supply company. His wife, who is employed in a large shoe department store, was unable to be released toTreturn with her husband, but expects to come soon. Merle Pratt, son of Mrs. Dennis Pratt, arrived home this morning from Great Lakes Naval Training Station .where he. received an Honorable discharge from the navy after serving for almost three years, 14 months of it in 'the south Pacific. Merle was an electricians mfete, second class. His wife is the former Shirley Vinson. They have a small s'on, Robert Mackey, born this spring. Lt. James Neville, jr., left Tuesday night to return to Maxwell Field, Ala., after spending a week here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. .Neville, and his father, Harold Neville, who came to Algona about two weeks ago from Corona, Cal. Lt. Neville's wife was also here. She had been with 'hjm in Alabama, but had come home, to LuVerne only a week before he was given a "sur- prise furlough." She will go back to Alabama as soon as .living quarters can be arranged. Raymond Walker, who recently received an 'honorable discharge from the army because of a sufficient number of points, returned Saturday from a trip in northern ' Minnesota where he visited his aunt and uncle, Mr. and also at Ride the Waitei?. frietid fr?bm panled him, tttt i men came httti* neapolis. Rajfmoi the late Affefiie Mrs. Violet Walker Who Union township. has spent a lew days visiting here eqmpleting he? third year at s|ty. ''./•".' ./•;; IP, Apple ere the,pajents gt u baby' giH fcorn Sunday, June RUMMAGE SALE New'Goods Slightly Soiled Yard Goods, Embroideries, Lace,' Under Garments, Gloves; Thread, Buttons, Flags, Bunting, Hose, etc. Friday and Saturday ^ June 15 and* 16 ^ Allen Motor Co. 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