The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1945 · Page 2
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till MARINE SEEKS RECRUITS Enlistments in the Coast Guard ana in the Marine Corps by 17* yeaf*old boys are being asked by those services. Opening recruit- Ing substation at the Old Federal Building in Des Moines, the Coast Guard is accepting Iboys who have had two years of high school and who meet the educational, physical and mental requirements and those accepted will be given boot training in Brooklyn, N. Y. Men enlisting in the Marine Corps will report to Parris, Island, S. C., lor their boot training with optional enlistment choices of four years' service in the regular Marine Corps or enlistment in the Marine Corps Reserve for the duration of the.war and six months. Marine headquarters fbr this dis trict is the Marine Gpfps Retrvm* ing Office, Omaha; Neb. Along with the male i-frcrtilt* meht program for the Coasl Guard, women who have had twt years of high school, are between" the rfges of 20 to 35, have no child» ren under 18 years of age and are in good physical condition may enlist In the SPARS, women's re serve. LuVerne Commercial Club Meets The Commercial Club held its monthly meeting in the city hall Monday night with a 6:30 dinner served by the Presbyterian Ladies' Association serving. After dinner the business meeting was held. C. W. Cote, president of the club, was in charge. . Three sre- vice men, Cpl. Howard Smith, T-Sgt. Irvin Chapman and Sgt. James Bowman, were guests. -„ ^ s^rv 11 liilli 1 ^'^^., _ FOR WHITERC wm&$m vfsemxi WHITE HOUSES i \ *•*' OUPONT -fapwtd ****<-/* cte^Wetf self-cleanmq^ HOUSE PAINT iTuM: ; :£ ;*%;££:;:£:;$:$£ K-f^^^^Aj^^^^^''^ Staffs white—stays white . ^^_ __ i Why is DuPont House Paint so brilliantly ,white? Because it's ' made with titanium dioxide, the pigment that's even whiter than j enow! This paint stays white, too, becausej-^x" 1 ^' •<*•" • It's self-cleaning Da Pont House Paint is so formulated that, as time goes by, a microscopically fine white powder forms on the surface; Heavy rains wash this powder away, taking dust and dirt with it, and leaving the surface clean and white again. (Excessive accumulations of dirt, particularly in sooty industrial communities, or in heavily shaded locations, may delay or interfere with this process.) Because this "self-cleaning" is gradual, the wearing qualities of the paint film are not abnormally affectedj ' ' ~ / 1 Guards the surface Forms a beautiful, durable coatmglthat protects against rust, rot and decay. When you paint your house, use the paint that gives it bodi lasting beauty and lasting protection; y''" ~ Yet this DuPont Self-Cleaning House Faint cost no more than other good paints. Available in white and popular tints. We will be glad to recommend a reliable painting- contractor. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Phone 256 Jim Pool Dairy Payment* Help Farmers Reach ftece Breaking Milk Output Dairy p*rodulctJon started in 1943, have helped far< mers reach a record breaking- out put of milk this year, declared Rotot. M. Loss, chairman of the Rossuth county AAA. This production could not have been achieved without increasing prices to consumers, he said, if farmers toad not been subsidized by the government to meet increased cost of labor and feed. The dairymen have been paying almost twice as much for dairy feed as in prewar years, and approximately the same ratio of increase for labor costs. The government payments to encourage greater milk and t>ut- terfat production are adjusted quarterly, Mr. Loss said. The new rates beginning July 1 will be 45 cents per cwt. for milk and 13c per pound for butterto-at. Applications by producers for payments for April, May and June should be presented at the county AAA office as soon as possible after June 30th and not -later than August 31, he said. mi Congregation will httU-iS 1 iJtihWy' school picnic on the ...Ideal 'iiu^Hfl grounds next Sunday ImMedlately^ after the morning services. 1 . fhrown from Morse Ronald Johnson, ttlne*yeaisbld son of Mr. and Mrs. Burton John* son, was thrown from his horSiS while riding at the ElmOre Saddle Club Sunday afternoon. Mis shoulder blade was broken and he received a deep cut on his lace* Modcrnettc Club Entertains On Sunday members' of the Moderhette Club entertained their families at a picnic at Call P_ark in Algona. The men played horse shoes in .the. afternoon while the ladies had their meeting. The following families attended: Orvllle Runkermeiers, Are Runker* meiers, Kenneth Buschs, Alfred Lloyds, Reubent Lutlers and Ed Valvicks. 'Three new 'members dave been added to the club roll, Mrs. Ed Valveck, Mrs. Paul Nitz and Mrs. Richard Brouwer. Lu Verne Vicinity News Items Domrade Class Meets The Comrade Sunday School class met Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce LoW- enstein. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Bechman had charge of the entertainment for the evening. Mrs. Fred Merkle had charge of the lesson. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Sunday Guests Mr. and Mrs. Ray Feltis, of Renwick, were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bigings. Will Visit Sister Miss Anna Murray left Monday evening for Seatle, Wash., to visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lillian Murphy. Attend Methodist Camp Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, accompanied by OBlythe Larson, Arlene Jensen, Evelyn Jones, Vernon Davidson, Dwight Sorensen, and lone Brayton, left Sunday afternoon for Lake Okoboji where they will spend the week at the Methodist Summer Camp. Mrs. Phillips and lone will act as coun- sulars, and Rev. Phillips will be an instructor. DU PONT PAINT SERVICE CENTER Robert Bornholdt spent Sunday visiting at the home of his parents in Arnolds Park. Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen were callers in Des Moines Satin- day. Rev. Walter Elmer, of Elgin, N. Get Home Comfort that Laid a Housetime with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone us today CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA JULY 7th ENDS THE MIGHTY 7th All bonds must be bought not later than July 7th. Be sure you have done your share. Kossuth War Finance Committee D., had charge of the worship services in the Evangelical church Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Raney, of Waterloo, spent several days visiting at' the home of his mother, Mrs. Flora Raney. Mrs. Lloyd King, of San Diego, Calif., is visiting at the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler. Mrs. Cecil Wermerson of Fort Dodge, visited last week at the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus. Mrs. Jack LaWarne and son John, of Fort Dodge, were visitors recently at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Rogers. Miss Florence Godfrey of Humboldt, spent Sunday visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Olla Godfrey, and her sister Rubye. Miss Ruth Elmer, of Beverly, Ky., is visiting at the home of Miss Esther Merkle. Miss Elmer is q teacher in the Red Bird Mission in Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Surby returned to their home in Waterloo after spending a vacStion at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thiel and daughter Rose Marie, of Corning, spent the week visiting at 'the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Knopf. Mrs. J. W. Wienends, of Cedar Falls, and her daughter, Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, of Corwith, were gusets Wednesday at the George Merkle home. Paul Phillips and his cousin, Elmer Phillips, of Algona, went to Omaha, Neb., recently to attend the funeral services for an aunt, Mrs. Olive Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and daughter .Doris accompanied Mr. and Mrs. George Kraft and family to Clear Lake Sunday where they spent the day fishing. Harold Phillips, accompanied by his mother Mrs. Jennie Phillips, attended the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phillips in Algona Sunday. T-Sgt. Irvin Chapman arrived home Monday from Buckley Field, Denver, Colo., to spend a 15 day furlough with his wife and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman. Mrs. Merle Holly and three children returned to their home in Miller, S. D., after spending several days visiting at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and other relatives. T-5 Ernest Tietz visited Friday and Saturday at the home of his niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bluiner, Jr. T-5 Tietz recently returned after spending 27 months in Iran with the quartermaster corps, Mrs. Blanche Allen left Wednesday for Mason City after spending a vacation here with her mother, Mrs. H. E. Peitzke. Mrs. Allen has accepted the position as nurse in the I. O. O. F. home in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle and family, Mrs. Harold Trauger and son David, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hof, and Sgt. and Mrs. William Hof and family were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Benschoter at Bancroft. T-Sgt. and Mrs. Nick Wolf and daughter Carol spent Sunday visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. William Thompson,. Sgt. Wolf, who recently returned from ovreseas, will report the first of the week for reassignment. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grugger, and their two children Demeriht and Jimmy, and Harry Browan, all of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Elby Brown and daughter Shirley, of Central City, Neb., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant. The Birthday Club met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. John Ramus. Mrs. Cecil Warmerson was a guest. In the bridge games first prize went to Mrs. Harold Sorensen, second prize to Mrs. C. W. Cote and low prize to Mrs. Paul Phillips, Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the evening. entertalfi ^_... aftd frlelids of JH6 tMitett at & tea. fhe purpose" _I is to promote the sociability of the group and to raise -mp|yY'seven and one-half dollars wfi* raised at this tea. GMeS btttlsts' furnished entertainment and a lunch was served by htS hostess. Of the merrifoeM ptesln£ eight will each haVe\anothi tea and sfi on until all the members have been invited and all have enter' tained, Mr. and Mrs. Lv A. Nitz were business callers in the cities several days las,t week. , Mrs. Paul Wilson left Saturday for Burlington, Wis., where she is to work at a summer resort. Mr. and Mrs. NT.-A. Plngel visited Mrs. Pingel's mother, Mrs. Margaret Looft, at Swea City on Sunday. . . and Mrs. George Thompson went to Burt Sunday to attend the rededlcatlon services at the Meth- Mrs. E. A. Carpenter and son Jackie went to Gilmore City Sunday to visit Supt. and Mrs. Harold Granner and family. Mrs. Earl Jenks and two daughters, Darlene and Mrs. Harry Larson, of (Fairmont, Minn., visited at the Herbert Zielske home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack and Roger, Betty Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rbseboro and Judy and Terry, had a picnic at Tuttle Lake on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Carpenter visited their daughter at Austin, Minn., recently and brought home their two granddaughters for a week's visit. Craig Wiemer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer, swallowed a piece of chickea, which 'stuck in alRT. MaJt miu aim ivLujtme, uyiri HJIU Mr's. ; L6renz fiTC^fialbftffl,' ~;' -'fihd Mr. Jftd M«:ft«WM • Jeftftf/Md. family, In tHeHl^^rJiO^ff'ReVifltBfi' MfSi fred Barftaulr'.-aM iaMty, 6f Lakbta, and iMflandvMrs. '.Wmv Pappe and fMniiy, .Weire; guests; Mr, and Mfs» KeHfteth' Btisch entertained at a 8 o'clock dinner Saturday in honor 1 of; her two nephews/ ftichard Lebvan, of Hudson; and George Cplthurst, of Ainsworth. Other: gtiests wer^ Mert Christeiisori and John Legg r also of Hudson, and Thomas Gar* ry, of Ledyard. The boys were on their way t to Okoboji. for a fishing trip and the table Was decorated appropriately,'- the centerpiece being a blue wood boat with candle, sails. INSURANCE tlds the weatteis ftatf s * « iii fli '" ' ••-,• . •.-•'::.•• •..: . .'••..• - :... *Strong inbred parents *Cateftii Sotting *Prbpcr d *Carelul shelliiig . • .• . -. /. You can depend oil PIONEER HYBRID SEED See US ami reserve CXMfcN lor 1946, Amos Angle . i .........;.'^......... .j.<......,...........Alg'Oha C. !L, " Baifey ............Alibha John Bormann i , .................t....fcodc T. O. Johnson :........*...... .........,Ar«tftr<niK Harold Joites ..............,........".Swje* City R. X Majydsley .......................i.........:...... .........;.. i .. i ..:B«rt w.. A". .MtWroy' ......<... John Sleper ...........................,^............JBiiMalp Aaron Steussy >...... H.. R. Trenary ........ Walter Vaiidt '•••:';•' Whltteaiore Edward 3wanson Will Be Titonka Superintendent Swea-Eagle: Edward R. Swanson, son of Frank Swanson who farmed in Swea township many years, will be the superintendent of the Titonka schools lor the coming year. Edward Swanson, a graduate of Swea City high school and attended the Des Moines University where he received his bachelor of arts degree. He took special studies at the University of Colorado, at Boulder. His wife has a bachelor of arts degree from Simpson college, Indianola. She will teach high school subjects at Titonka. The Swansons have two children, a boy and a girl. The family now lives in Des Moines. LEMONS Coffee CAMALOllE Crackers Choc ORANGES 49c CARROTS He LETTUCE Nector FLOUR COTTA6EIHEESE WffiNER> BOLOGNA 19c *M ^tyWJ.$$T,lkM^ ••"••">"" _ 3 Dark or Wght for

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