The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1945 · Page 7
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Vanity at Smith heme. «e>aa 6ne *sw of Whfeh tile late t smith was A member-whet fet lost his UK ovei? Magebufj y, September 26, 1944. L parachuted and was taken by the Germans, Me was liberated in May, .The Lieutenant Is a son &f the wesbyterian minister at Mt. Pleas aftt. California Guests. .Mrs, Fwd Bohn and son Pat. lot £n Francisco, Calif., came to Wesley Saturday evening and vis- • Ited relatives here till Wednesday evening. She Is the former Mona SS? 1 ^' sTlstTe)4 of AlfLStuder and the late J. L, Studer. «««£?' iJ? 01 "* and J on vlslted her sister, Mrs. Lucy Schleusner, and family at Garner and another sis- *f« Mrs. Rose Fefrle, and family at Plattsmouth, Nebr., and with relatives fcj St. Paul, Minn. Bohns have two other children, Willis, a lieutenant with the army eng n- eers, stationed In California, and Jackie, 16, at home. Home After Discharge. ?£ 1 £ rini($ Licktelg is home th , e , European War zone. He h f r * 6 01 J the *'otot -w , twlfe is the former Waldschmidt and they have Aieona, ttm, k ws 'terSMftfy afid „ . Wiu „*„.,„„., ^£ffi$»*&^» :«?< Swr • home. Mfl anson and Mrs. Hanson are sisters. . Mrs, Vee Jtulfin was taken to Fort Dodge (Friday, She was operated on Saturday. Lake Visitors. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba, Shirley and Craig went to Clear Lake Saturday where *hey ,wlll spend two weeks in a cottage on the south', side. Pays Annual Visit. 'Will Klein, of Palrhqpe, La., came last week (for his annual vis- t here with relatives and to look after 'his land interests. He owns ;he farms tenanted by Ray Barnholt and George Roeder. Tomes from Davenport. , Mrs. Frank Spangler, of Daven- )0rt, visited relatives and friends lere and at Britt last week. She S house-mother for a children's rphanage. at Daverfport. She is a ister of Mrs. Victor Loefoig and 'mcent Daughn. ' orm'er Residents Visit. Mrs. Jim Sllbaugh, of .Long , Calif., came Saturday for few days visit with friends. She 1* a house guest at the Ed Hildman Home. Carmen and Sobb'y Sllbaugh * visiting their, grafidparents at Mr. Siibaith has been in the shipyards there the ipwt year. He was a blacksmith here before going west. Seitito ItouWJirs! Bernard Erdman recently wrote home that no more mail should be sent to his latest address in Germany. He sent home a collection of souvenirs including lined aviation boots, white coat, rifle, sword, knife and two German helmets with the swastika. Surprises Parents, Wife. Cpl. Ivan Johnson arrived here Thursday for a 30-day furlough. He has been in the European War zone since March 1 and will report back to Camp Grant, 111. He surprised his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, and his wife, the formej Mildred Funnemark. Honorably Discharged. T/Sgt. Louis Wolf arrived home Saturday, having received an honorable., discharge from the army Paul Four Gold Star* Irvington! Paul Egel, sort of M and Mrs. Charles Egel, who ha seen plenty of active service In th European campaign, now has re yealed to his parentsHhat he wear four gold stars, thus indlcatUn that he has toeen In four major bat ties. His exiact location was no identified but it is thought he wa in Belgium. Spend Vacation. Misses Ruth and Evelyn Black daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black, have returned from their teaching positions to spend part oi their vacation with 'their parents. Fort Dodge Guests. Mrs. Esther Heftl and . son Wayne of Fort Dodge, were guests last week of Mrs. Hefti's sister, irons Repairs and Repairing A good supply of material on hand now. to get later. Difficult * COVER AND COM- COVERS, SHEETS & NOSE GUARDS. HARNESS AND SHOE REPAIRING J.T. HARNESS MADE TO ORDER At residence 2 blocks south of creamery. Phone 27f _^Liiil£aiki£i-^LJ^V^?; vj-nv i r:^.,. :: .-„, .;..^.,^ v ....;/ :.. -•...... -^/l '* !»•. AWiseldea-- DoItNow A great many Farmers are looking ahead anel buying their corn, clovers arid seeds that are bound to be scarce now. Better think it over and do the same while class of seed is still available, Henry Field's Seeds at ROOFING EAGLE INSULATION . WEATHERSTRIP Ask for Free Estimate I You may; buy on> our convenient, monthly payment plan if desired. Cowan Building Supply ALGONA, IA. He has seen service in India, China and Burma the past 14 months. He arrived in .the states June 22. The U. S. W. will hold its regular meeting next Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Larson, of Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the L. L. 'Lease home, . S. W. Burrell, of Urbana, is visiting at the-home of his daughter Mrs. A. M. Lease land family. Irene,. daughter of Mrs. Carrie Ricke, fell from a load of hay Friday and broke her right arm above the wrist. Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Benskin, of Cedar iRapids, were week enc guests tat his parental Curtis Benskin home. Mary Lpu Haverly who attends A. I. B. in Des Moines, spent the week-end at the home of her parents, the.J. <L. Haverlys.( Don Kinniard was wearing a coy er over his left eye during the week-end and it wasn't the result of a fight, just a bite by a gnat. Mrs. Anna Loebig was brought home Saturday from the Mercy hospital in Mason City where she Mrs. Gilbert Hargraves. Visitor from Canada. Mr L. L. Deffke of Lashburn, Saskatchewan, Canada, was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. Mr. Deffke is an uncle of Mrs. Phillips. He formerly lived at Duncombe, near Fort Dodge, and also visited with relatives in tha't community. Hostess to Ladles Aid. Mrs. Sadie Rlley. of Algona, was hostess to the Ladies Aid Society last Thursday afternoon. Friday afternoon the Missionary Society met at the church annex. In .the absence of the president, Mrs. Nina Schichtl, who has 'been ill for sometime, Mrs. William B61- ridge, Sr., vice-president, presided at the meeting. Attend Church Conference. Miss Donna Chamberlain and Shirley Hansen will attend the young peoples senior conference at Lake Okoboji, representing the local Presbyterian church, from July 9 to 16. Visit Father ta Hospital. Mrs. William Gronbach and daughter Shirley spent the weekend in Des Moines. They visited r. Gronbach, who has beert hos- sltalized at the veteran's hospital or five weeks. It is thought he is slowly improving as he can occasionally ecognize members of his family now. A complete diagnosis of his ase has not been given, but it is bought the symptoms are that of brain tumor. u The three younger Gronbach hildren were cared for by Mrs. iosmie Hansen during their moth- r's absence. on In Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Colwell re- ceived a letter recently from a Sailor friend of their sort Edgene who divulged his whereabouts telling them he now is k stationed in Cuba. Previous to this he had 'been in Rhode-Island and Charleston, S. C. The Irvington 1's 4-H girls' club will meet July 16 with Miss Margaret Hansen. Mrs. Homer Lindhorst has been receiving medical treatments at a hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moore and daughter of Ames, have been visiting friends and relatives here. Mrs. Ben Schmit and young daughter Marilyn Jean are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maasdam. Mrs. Schmit and Mrs. Maasdam are sisters. Perry Phillips visited last week with his son darende and family at Deadwood,' S. ti, Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Phillips of California afld Mrs.. Monroe Mikkelson, from IdahO^ the 1 latter H.W.POST Dfay and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss of damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. DEPENDABLE LOW-PRICED being the ^fiB* 1 *??**^**^*^^ G.. Homt Comfort tfcfUt** * H«uit«!rrt« with tit EAGLE CEftTmED INSULATlOKJOi Priori* ui tbdiy CowanBIdgSuppIyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA How Much You Save at COUNCIL OAK can best be determittedl by comparing the prices on] foods of like high quality | offered for sale elsewl had been a few days for medical treatment. Robert Dickmian, -wiho had spent a furlough, at his parental Fred Dickman 'home left last week for Camp Howe, Texas. He 'had been at Camp Hood, Texas. Mrs. (Marie Kunz, June Adel and Mary, Adine, and Miss Esther Burke .went to Clear Lake Saturday where they will spend a month in the Riley Cottage on the north shore. 20 BUDGET ESTIMATE SCHOOL DISTRICT board of directors of Algona Independent School I iu K 2? 1 t th « Jc v ounty ' Iowa - wil1 meet Jul y atthe Hl - gh SchooL Taxpayers will be Jieard for „ .„ *v *,'i - - s e iear for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year nU ' 19nd endin June 30 ' 1946 ' A de(ail *d state- nn ' ' of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will oe available at the hearing. LEORA K. ST. JOHN District Secretary 1 2 Expenditures for Year FUNDS ~"5g * I General 90,520 100,864 Total ' General Fund 90,520 100,864 113,800 NEW CROP VALENCIA LB ...He CAN THIS WEEK WASHINGTON BING CHERRIES REQUIRE NO SUGAR NATURALLY SWEET WATERMELONS ItMOMADE •••kltt LEMONS " LB. I3c GUABANTEED, SWEET, EIPE AND JUICY EACH 98c 15,250 98,550 Bonds qnd Interest Total All Purposes Secretary's balance July 1. 1943. 15.250 12,513 12,521 13,770 103,033 113,385 127,570 98,550 13,770 15,250 112,320 General fund l......^.. $56,308 Less unpaid bills ____• $1,320 3 Less Balance reserved .$54,988 $56,308 Entertains Service Club. I Mrs. Albert Baas entertained the Portland Service Club June 21. Fifteen fyomen attended and after •the business meeting a contest was managed by Mrs. .M. E. Larsen. The .prize wenffo -Mrs. Raymond Loustad. " f .••;,' •.';;.- "?, .'•,••;'"."'.•:; The women cut wool quilt blocks for making more quilts. Mrs. G. O. McFarland, Lone Rock, was a guest. Spends Summer Here. ' Delores Baas, Starden, Minn., is spending .the summer here with the Albert Baas family. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham, Sr., entertained at dinner June 24. Guests were the M. E. and Vernon Larsen families, itfhe Wm. Speieher family, Elmore, »Minn., Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings and son Donald, Algona; Mrs. 1 Lucy Newville and Mrs. 'E. L. Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ringsdorf are Barents of a new baby girl, born June 26. ' Mrs. iBaas "is slowly recovering Net unincumbered balance (G. F.) QOOOO School House Fund r""$27,'l95 Number of persons of school age ... 1412 Taxable valuation, 1944 "~-"__'___""$2 929 420 Moneys and credits, 1944 —_____ 1 ..$848,084 =—. ^i^——— '' ————— ! • _______ =gi _ Budget Estimate School District able at the FUNDS 6 from an, injury to her side suffered when she fell across a chair .several weeks ago. Mrs. Doyle McFarland and baby Mary Janice, Cylinder, spent several days here last week at the Total General -Fund ....$12426 Bonds arid Interest ...... Total .All Purposes........$12426 estimate 'of .expenditures :for the 'year v be—Ung June 30, 1946. A detailed statement i, both past and anticipated will be avail- FRED A. DIEKMANN, District Secretary. / 12 34 Esti- w j«. v, , mated un-- Amount ; Expenditures Pro.- encum- Esti- neces- , for Year posed bered mated July L July L expen- balance income 1943 1944 ditures to apply other T 0 ™ *° esti ~ u P° n than June 30, June 30, mated this taxa- J?44 1945 1945-1946 .budget tion .......$12426 $14715, $18200 $3100 $3600 CRISP, SOLID ICEBERG LETTUCE, large head CABBAGE LB. BELL PEPPERS LB. 20c 50 Large Cakes in Every Bag ROBB-ROSS WAFFLE and PANCAKE Family ||J|| V A J Bag ml A £*IG *• Naturally Sweet Church's Grape Juice Pint I7c "FINER, RICHER BLEND" TAG-CUT COFFEE FRESH BAKED Sailed Peanuts Found 25c Ocean Spray Cranberry and Orange Marmalade Mot too tweet and not too tart. A breakfast treat on toort. middle cakea. muffins or hot . POUND JAR ... 200 SUN-DINE ' Orange Grapefruit Fruit Juice NO. 2 CAN KKATT MACABONl ffc _, DINNERS, pkg,... 90 sary to be raised by taxation $11500 BADTTT CHICKEN SpUFMIX,pkg... ODfGJEEBBEAD ,,. JMl , Dromedary Mix Plg 200 PRESERVES JAMS and JELLIES Not enough of any one kind or size to advertise but we can supplr you .with 1 sorted cases lo get aalfle for next Winter at: , , „ „ LOWEST CEILING PRICES ABM AND .HAMMER •» 1 BKG, SODA, Ib, pkg. 701 JUJSAJSXAiJiKHlTET «k *1 POWDER, pkg.... 90 $14715 $14715 $18200 1500 $19700 $3100 $3100 $3600 $3600 balance July 1, 1945. GENERAL FUND $11500 1500 $13000 1. _ 2. Less Unpaid Bills. Albert Baas home Marjorie Baas. as guests of 3. Less Balance Reserved... Net Unencumbered Balance (G. F.).. ..... SCHOOL HOUSE FUND ....... .. ......... .. ..... ....................... • ....... ' ........ ' Est. tax per $1,000.00 assessed value ....... ^ Number of persons of school age ........ „.... Taxable valuation, 1944 .......................... ..................................... ^- R i2? Moneys and Credits, 1944....; ................. . ........................................ $141 647 Report of Condition of EXCHANGE STATE BANK •• •«»• •• „' • ' RESOURCES Cash, due from banks, and cash items in process . of collection ....................... * • United States Government obligations," direot"and"" ..... " ....... guaranteed ...., ............ , ............... «. n o =0= Loans and Discounts..... ...................... .'.' ..... ' ..................................... Overdrafts ............................ BankBg House ............. .. ...... . ...IZ.'ZZ" Furniture and Fixtures .............................. ~ ............... V MEAT SUPPLY LIMITED * SMALL FRANKFURTERS FRESH SMOKED America's Favorite for oat door picnics, either oat in the woods or in your own back yard. PER POUND .. COUNCIL OAK ARANTEED MEATS is good nutrition in any cut of meat 35c MILD YELLOW nn LONGHORN 35c PER POUND SAUSAGE- BURGERS Hrfachiliccfofiiver R«w. pan-IHed _ MUtago or stench fifed aatter • < Bermuda onion found bum ringior Pickle reBah or cbU! lauce 3rown ilicea of liver taiuage ilowly in butter. Turn and continue cooldng slowly until well browned. Split the bum. Tout if desired. Serve hot liver ausage ilicea between tittered halves of bunt, Add onion, pickle relish or chili sauce as desired. LONG LWEE SAUSAGE PEB POUlfD PRICES SUBJECT TO STOCK _'; * " LIVER CHEESE. LOAF Per Pound _ 39c| LIVER SAUSAGE Pound .......28c FRESH SMOKED BOLOGNA BIG ANDj RING Per Ponnd KOBB-BOSS AS8OETED •§ GELATIN DESSERT „, 50 TOTAL RESOURCES , , $^5^ • NECTAR RAISINS ,'li LIABILITIES Deposits subject to check $739 45 , 0 _ . Time certificates <rf deposit ..."... 49 805'48 Otter deppsits (certified and cashier's checksr^tc").'"ZZ" U26.18 U» p. DGposit^ ,_ 09*70»\'nn I Total Hnnnei+o •A«««"V--"U"-""» "*»'WO'VU| •<_>'» EVArOBATED SUPERB MILK, 4 Tu " GARVEY'S CBEAMY PEANUT BUTTER A.,?J*^ 0 W»..»»4 »«•» 88»ost for Hi-h Point But, ten HAND PICKED MICHIGAN NAVY BEANS, 2^ SPAGHETTI, 2 Ib. bag 19g MOBNIHG LIGHT BLACK IMPIA TEA, 4 ARGO GiOif Stirch}

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