The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1945 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 21, 1945
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MEN IN SE VICE M*£!gt. fiarl Berg ,8bti of M?. arid .'MM. A. G, Berg IS etiri-ently assigned to the AAF redistribution station No. 4 at the Saftta Aria Air Board, Sahta Aha California. Sgt. Berg, an engineer on a d*17 with the fifth air force completed 121 missions and 865 Combat hours <in the Pactflc. Me entered the service March 29, 1942, and went overseas in January, 1943. He has been award* ed the air medal with two oak leaf clusters and the Southwust Pacific Area and Philippine ribbons with four battle stars. Berg spent 30 days here on furlough recently. Capt. Harold Schular of the army air force, arrived Wednesday in the states from England. His wife and two children live in Swea City. He is a son 6f Henry Schulers. Martin Holcomb, CGRS, of Ellis Island, N. Y., and his wife of Baltimore, Maryland, are visiting at the home of his father, Philip Holcomb. , ' • Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg received word from their son, Arden Jongberg, F2-c, that he is now ifaliohed, It.••tflStfirH, at Newport R. I. The* _ea»naR re-ently hat & nine day leave hefe after' corn- Dieting bo6t training at Qfea Lakes, Illinois.,. .Pvt. Lowell O. Larson completed hla 30 day leave here with his patents, Airy and Mrs. Emil Larson and left Tuesday for a day's VlMt With his sister, Mrs. Gordon Grahani* at Waterloo, artd then on to Springfield, Mo., for further treatmeht at O'Reilly General hospitali Pvt. Larson was wound ed in action in (Prance Feb. 5th. Miss Edna Holcomb, R. N., 'of Detroit, Mich., IS Visiting her brother,'" Philip Holcomb, ' and other relatives and friends here. Mrs. William Thompson, accompanied by her daughter-in- law, Mrs. Wayne .Tnompson and small son, left last Wednesday Eor Miami, Florida, where Wayne Thompson S2-d of the naval air station is in training, His wife and baby will remain there and her mother will return after a visit there. Chaplain Raymond E. Borg was a visitor here a week ago Saturday. 'Rev. Borg is chaplain at *ine prisoner of war camp, New York. He was a former Lutheran )astor here, leaving a year ago. Us wife and children are with lim and the family's household foods have been stored at the A. Emanuell Anderson home. METHODISTS AT LDVMNE OBSERVE FM'SDAY LuVerne: The members of the Methodist church held a family dinner in the city hall Sunday afternoon with over • 100 persons ih attendance. After the dinner a 6hort program was given as follows: Clarinet solo, Dwight Sor^- enson; trombone solo, Dohna Sanford; reading by Mrs. Steve Baker; article on the origin of Other's Day by John Voss, Jr.; saxophone Solo, Richard Steussy; talk by Rev., Robert Phillips}- group singing. The remainder of the afternoon was spent visiting. Mr, and Mrs. William Tlede visited .relatives in West Bend and Whittemore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hesse, of Sioux' City, visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbaeh. Philip Dangleser of the army is spending a furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. "•hilip Dangleser. Mrs. Gilbert Hefti and daugh- ers, Judy and Marlene, of Web- ter City, spent a few days here /Isiting relatives and friends. FOB SAVINGS AND OONVENlUNdE Tdtf make your personal selections from oar wide assortment of Foods of Dependable Quality AT LOWEST OEILINa PRICES ©HM6IL Q4K ; CAN ASPARAGUS NOW! Frcsh cnt Holnc Gr °wn Asparagus. Do your canning wlthont dela y- The Asparagus season will be unusually short this year because of unfavorable weather. Council Oak can supply you with Genuine B ? U Jars< Caps and Rto&s 'or your canning opera- ttens. UHEEN TOP A 1 YOUNG CARROTS, orig, tuneh8.0 100 CRISP, NEW CEOP HEAD LETTUCE, Ige. head BED BIFE TOMATOES, per pound 150 Ui,U»8» UJUSEH 4ft __ BELL PEPPERS, per pound.. 200 OAUFOEN1A VALENCIA SUNKIST ORANGES JUMBO SIZE SUNKIST LEMONS ... CALIFORNIA SUMMER ' SUNKIST GRAPEFRUIT ONE KIND OR ASSORTED POUND .. I ZEPHYR NECTAR One bottle makes 3V. gallons In any of the 5' popular flavors., ; 2 Bottles I5c BLUE MOON •READS AGED AND ..FOR PASTEURIZED FINER FLAVOR AMERICAN SPREAD OLD SMOKEY SPREAD BAVARIAN SPREAD PIMENTO SPREAD . 2 4-oz. Cups.. 25c CHURCH'S GRAPE JUICE NATUKAI, , mSWEETENED M.170 HEINZ L SUFEBB DICED RED BEETS WO. I CAB THOMPSON SEEDLESS RAISINS, LABGE SWEET JftA PRUNES, 2-lb, bag290 Stratoed and Chopped Gerber's Food c-». MOTT*8 FANCT APPLE SAUCE Wo. B can PEATTOT N BUTTER, 25*1. _2fe 340 LITTLE DAELINO SLICED COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS BOLOGNA LARQE SLICING GOOD NUTRITION W ANY CUT OP MEAT To meet the war time meat shortage patriotic cooks are keeping the family healthy aqd happy by the skillful preparation of Sausages, Meat Iioaves and the 'available Variety Meats, -_ •. SUBJECT TO STOCK LIVER CHEESE LOAF, Lb.... 39 C Fresh Country EGGS Doz. 34c Creamery BUTTEB ,,43c SMALL FRANKFURTERS, Lb. 35c UVER SAUSAGE FIRST PRIZE, M .TAC-CUT Finer Blend Coffee POUND JAR EnricbMl WINDEX Sm iV.EAi.TiMil SM«, ftobeft Murray and" daughter, RobeJita, left recently: .6? Bayton, Ohio, to visit MrV 'Murray, who is attending school there, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sufby, of Waterloo, spent several days Visiting at the home of he* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Henderson. Mrs. Archie Sanfofd and daughter Geraldine attended funeral services in Des Moines recently for Mrs. Sanford's sister, Mrs. Erlttrem. Miss Sarah Blumer, of Waukegan, 111., arrived recently to spend the summer months at the home of her sister, Luella Blumer. Miss BlUmer is a 'teacher in Waukegan. Cpl. and Mrs. Lyle Pechumer have gone to Michigan Where they will visit with his parents. Mrs. Pechumer is the former Lillie Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer moved recently Into the John Kubly house in the south part of town. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson have purchased the house formerly occupied by the Meyer family. ' Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus were Mr. apd Mrs. Vernon Fenholt and son Gary and Mr, and Mrs. Clavence Aakie, all of Decorah, Iowa. Mrs, Fenholt and Mrs. Aakie are sisters of Mrs. Ramus. Lt. and Mrs. Carl Lang and son Gary left recently for Nora Springs to visit at the home ol Rev. and Mrs. David Lang. After visiting there they will return to Colorado Springs, Colorado, where Lt. Lang is stationed with the army. Mrs. Wilder Rockwood , Iowa, June 21, Chet Webb, salary ._._ J. Dunn, salary ______ P. Laubenthal, salary ._ C Pollard, salary -___- 116.30 I. Kohl, salary ._ ... 58.10 A. Carlson, salary 92.20 H. Passmore, salary .— 62.60 Iowa State Bank, tax ._ 99.90 NW Bell Telephone Co. service I.- Diesel Service Co., fuel C. M. St. P. & P., oil ._ 475.21 82.60 39.65 20.34 658.39 Fulton Iron Works Co., Mdse. — ........... 279.80 Jas. P. Marsh Corp. __ Mdse. ....... _ ..... 19.96 Am. Salt Corp., Mdse- 168.99 Line Material Co., Mdse 157.59 Terry-Durin Co., Mdse. 126.40 North Elec. Sup. Co Mdse. ._ 445.19 Ad. Car Mover Co., Inc. Mdse. .._ '7.93 Mall. Iron Range Co. Mdse. 224.29 Norton Machine Works Reprs. _ . 54.63 Algona Ldry., Serv. — 1&92 H. W. Post, frt. Matt Pafrott & Sons Co., Mdse. _ 26.23 A. H. Borchardt, Mdse.- 3.52 Buchanan AbStr, Co., A- bstf. , _"___ 21.50 C. Fraser, Labor ... 41.8: P. Kohlhaas^ Serv. _____ 59.5( M. Jones, Salary 40.00 F. Sawyer, rent - — 25.00 L. Mathes, Labor 6.50 K. Foster, Salary __„._ 55.00 Adv. Pub. Co., Print.... 81,93 Baily Reminder, advt. _ 1.00 SEWER FUND C. Pollard, Salary 20.00 FIRE MAINT. FUND Algona Fire Co., 3 calls 96.00 I. Kohl, Exp. 17.00 Hooker Sup. Co.., Mdse.- 2.94 NW Bell Tele. Co., Serv. 4.34 Botsford Lmbr. Co., Md- se. 9.18 Ken Frank], Gas 5.09 and daughters Elaine and Eleanor arrived home recently from California after spending several weeks there visiting her husband who is stationed there with the navy. Mrs. Rockwood is the former Ardis Godfrey. NOTICE OF APPRAISEMENT AND ASSESSMENT BY CONDEMNATION COMMISSION TO: William H. Gilbride, single, William H. Gilbride, Trustee ; Helen Bestenlehner, Single; Dorothy Duffy and Lewis Duffy, wife and husband; Thomas Bestenlehner, Single; Ruth, Sigsbee and Gordon Siggbee, wife and husband; Marrita Bestenlehner, Single; ,John Bestenlehner and Lillian Best- enlehner, husband and wife; William Bestenlehner, Single; James R.,Vipond and. Catherine Vipond, husband and wife, And to all other persons, firms or corporations having any interest in all or any part.of the following described real estate, to Wit: The Southeast Quarter (SE- Vt) of Section Nine (9) ' in Township Ninety-five (95) North. Range Twenty-Nine (29) West of the Sth P. M.. Kossuth County, Iowa. ' YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That the City of Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, desires and has filed Application for the condemnation of all the lands and parts thereof, the consolidated- description of which is as follows: The Southeast Quarter (SE- V4> of Section Nine (9) in Township Ninety-five (95) North, .Range Twenty-nine ',_. (29) West of the 5th P. M., •••;: Kossuth County, Iowa. : That said condemnation is being sought by the City of Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, for the purpose of acquiring a Municipal Airport site for the City of Algona, Iowa, and for the purpose of establishing, erecting, and maintaining thereon a Municipal Airport. , That a Condemnation Commission has been appointed by the Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa, as provided by law, for the purpose -of appraising 'and assessing the damages which will ,be sustained by the owners, lien holders and persons', interested in said land, which will be caused Funk & Deim, reprs Kent Motor Co., reprs. _ Dutch's Super Serv., re- prs. Algona Coop. Cry. Co., Gas ,__ Blanchard's Conoco, Gas Addressograph Sales Agency, reprs. 22.15 Burroughs Ad. Mach. Co., reprs. _•___ 67.00 C. A. Momyer & Sons 4.20 2.38 1.33 1.80 2.47 30.33 Abstr. Algona Ins. Agcy., Ins.- Adv. Publish. Co., Print. WATER FUND H. Barton, salary F. Ostrum, salary R. Barton, salary P. Laubenthal, salary C. Pollard, salary 6.85 71.51 56.76 93.10 80.10 60.50 23.18 30.00 L Kohl, Salary _ 27.50 L. Mitchell, salary 70.10 Joe Ulrich, salary J. Reed, salary R. Haag, salary 29.60 29.60 36.25 SWIM. POOL BOND FUND Iowa State Bank, Bonds. 2320.00 DEPOSIT FUND Marita Bestenlehner, et al, Refunds __ 40.00 Wni. Turner, Refund— 5.00 Passed and approved this 31st day of May, 1945. Frank Kohlhaas, Mayor Attest: Adah Carlson, City Clerk. w w- ; r-,-^j~ , ->• ^—^^^^^p^—. '--^fi-- ••'^tl^^m : "' ' '.--. '•;• '; y^ ^ v/; v-^v^vft'^'r^^'^SiilS Close For Vacation.. 1 COOK'S LUNCHROOM WILL CLOSE JUNE 25 UNTIL JULY 4 FOR A WEEK'S VACATION. On July 4 We Will Be Open From 9 a. m. to 4 p. iti, REGULAR HOURS WILL- BE RESUMED ON THURSDAY/ JULY 5TH. COOK'S CAFE Phone 538 George Boswell, Owner >••••••*•«*••••««•• ••.•••_•>•_• MJt»ULMMM«««««««««««« ••••••••• ••••« 2tol G. Palmer, salary ----- 36.53 Iowa State Bank, tax __ 59.35 Iowa Mach, & Sup. Co. Reprs. _____________ Globe Mach. & Sup Co. Mdse. _____________ Norton Mach. Reprs. _____________ Funk & Deim, Reprs. __ Kos. Motor Co., Reprs.- Algona Ins. Co., Ins. — Arnold Motor Sup. Co. Mdse. E. T. Mor Sta., Mdse ---Blanchard's Ser., Gas.,_ C. S. Johnson, Mdse. __ 69.62 22.33 7.50 2.25 18.77 71.51 2.14 2.90 8.07 .61 CONSOLIDATED FUND T. O'Brien, salary _____ _ 80.50 C. McGinnis, salary ____ 80.50 A. Weishaar, salary ____ 73.60 A- Boekelman, salary __ 54.20 NW Bell Co., serv. — ^. 4.49 O. K. - Rubber Welders, Insp. ...... -------- .25 Kos. Motor Co., Reprs._ 12.29 J. Lashbrook, salary ---- 92.60 E. Skillihg, salary _____ 96.40 C. Harvey, salary ______ 66.30 J. Bahr, salary ________ 61.41 G. Gunder, salary _____ 58.30 H. Pierce, salary ______ 47.52 L. Bahr, salary ________ 44.22 Northfield Iron Co., Md-' se. ---------------Stand. Oil Co., Mdse— 47.09 Concrete Mat. Co., Md- se. ---------------- 94.80 Clear Lake Sand Co., *>-mdse. • _.____!.____: ___ -41.83 C, M. St. P. ,& P. Co., ' Frt. Ideal Sand Co., Inc.Mdse Iowa Central Motor Exp Frt. ___________ ___ __ Widse. E. W. Hansen & Reprs. Laing & Muckey, Reprs. F. S. Norton & Son, Md- se. by said condemnation and the appropriation of said real estate for said use. AND YOU 1 ARE NOTIFIED that the said Commissioners will meet at the office of A. J. Cogley, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa, in the Court House at Algona, Iowa, on the 7th day of July, 1945, at 9:00 o'clock A. M., at which time said Commissioners will qualify and immediately thereafter view said premises and proceed to appraise and assess the damages to be sustained by the owners and lien holders thereof .and at which time you niay appear before said Commissioners with reference to said matter, Dated at Alg6na,. Iowa, this 2nd day of June, 1945. CITY OP ALGONA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By J, D. LOWE, City Attorney, Algona, Iowa, 39-42AU23-26 Norton Mach. Wks., Re- prs. Percival .Motors, Reprs._ Kos. Co. Imp. Co., mdse Bradley Bros., Reprs Cont. Oil Co., Gas Blanchard's Serv., Gas _ C & M Super Ser, Mdse Anliker Oil Co., Gas Dutch's Super Serv., Re- prs. Algona Ins. Agcy., Ins. Iowa State Bank, tax__ 138.34 14.36 2.80 1.23 5iOO 12.30 67.32 39.82 7.91 -.56 1.00 45.60 25.26 97.59 5.14 74.35 143.01 42.10 When you buy gasoline, remember, .. Standard Red Cro * Gasoline, today, as through the years, is preferred'by Midwest motorists over any t other brand by a marginjoi 2 toM Goapline U vital tovictory... don't waste it. Buy moreWar Bonds ••••••••i In motor oil popularity, Standard OU also leads. First choice of Midwest motorists is > Standard's Iso-Vis. This long-lasting, sludge-resistant, low-in-engine-carbon motor oil will help keep your car going stronger... longer I * Sltniiad Rtd Crown GauEm moit llan (win at fftila next leading hmuf •> Ht west according le tttat -•-i stale lax and imptttiom _U|b. a picnic... Have a Coke COUNCIL MINUTES May 31, 1945 ' The «:ity cowrjcjl rnet in regular session, Mayor Kphlljaas presiding. Cpunpiljiaen present; Herbst, Harris, Hutchins, Bohannon, an4 Fox. ijuejityjld wa? absent. The minutes pf the Jest two meetings were re§4 sn<J approved, JEd,Boelce}rnan's fiflary was increased tp $140.00 pip month. •UuiWIng perrjaits approved lo r Ed. Qhgraflerg anr B, W'.S K ^, ^M : ">t l 1 *^: & J w r^ o| land site™.-,. ,,,-,,^.date wttich it is pro- actipn lor issw* tePe ^ $30,060.08 iiwer Bond?. A: t«M»t}w> v?88 passed pyp "Wo:, $39.909- «,. w ^., «S-W» SSf" 98.50 52-£v: §yo ".i:! 88-60 ,^s^,-:mm ,r ~« sm ;i»f«WKTt ; - J*®f*:-f : cSRsay ^Jfr^ ^ -x^jUr M' ! ia '€>" r t, ^fnmdly^M^ i-;':- ""T,:. .-'•-". . ^'^^^'••^'.•^f^W^^'-'^ %#V9« Gotei* 9'fm^-^^^^^ : ^^^^j^^^i^j^ ...-••••'' ' • .' -, .' • • - <-*' • -".- :• ''' '.' 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