The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1945 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 2, 1945
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M;g ^lilil Vteintty N&m Item db to Vacation Camp. Members of the Junior and Senior Leagues who will attend the vacation camp at Okoboji spon* Sored by the Lutheran churches, are Alice Olson, Wllma Rossing, Jimmy Hanson, Dennis Opheim, Wayne Opheim and Colleen Olson, accompanied by Rev. Martin Trygstad who will spend a few days there and return in time to conduct church services Sunday morning at 9.30 in the Humboldt Lutheran church and in the local church at the usual 11 a. m: hour'. Ladies Aid Hostesses Hostesses at the ladies aid last Thursday afternoon at the Lutheran church were Mrs. E. M. Ellingson, Mrs. T. M. Torgerson, Mrs. John Jensen, Mrs. Albert Bergum, Mrs. Leo Kinseth and Mrs. Oluf Halsrud. The program included a reading by Miss Mildred Fraysland, of Minneapolis, Minn., and the song "God Bless OUf Lads"> aceompan* imeftt played by Mrs. Lewis Bet* gum, and sung by the audience, was dedicated to Mrs. William Trygstad whose birthday occurred July 26. She is enroute with her husband, Rev. William Trygstad, former minister in Bode, to Madagascar to do missionary work there. Mrs. Max Shelton spent the 1 weekend in Des Moines With relatives'. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rood are spending a two weeks vacation at Okobpjl. Mrs. Sidney Rolland and Mrs. E. M. Ellingson were Algona shop,- pers Friday. Mabel Dokkeven has been a guest the past week at the Borgina Johnson home. Miss Agnes Mitsven has returned from visits with relatives in Clear Lake and Eldora. This Summer is •» i The Time to Winter-Wrap Your House You'd Be Amazed *^ At the volume of heat a house can waste in winter time. Heat may leak out through walls, windows, ceilings, and floors twice as fast as you can put heat into the room. With insulation a house warms faster—cools more slowly, keeps cooler in summer. Cost of insulation is not heavy—and you can do much of the work yourself. Hoofs Lose Money V [ {Because heat rises, a lot is lost through the roof unless it is insulated. Roof insulation may account for as much as 30% of the savings you can make. You can boost savings another lQ°/o or 20% by filling air space in outside walls with insulation. Doors and Windows Need Attention Storm windows and doors make a dead air space between glass panes that retards heat immensely . . . and you can save between 20 % and 25% of your fuel Weather stripping will also keep out cold. Get Your Coal In Your Bin If your coal has not been put in your bin, caU us TODAY and tell us to fill it now. We must get your coal put in this summer to assure your supply next winter. These are government orders. PHONE 229 *•' Sari Olson was called te MM Watikee, Wls., by the sudden of his siSter Olive OlS&tt. Dixie Weiiand went to Sunday to spend £ week oft the John (Holland farm near there. Lt., and Mrs. Kenneth Sween and baby daughter are visiting with relatives and friends hi Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rolland have returned from a visit with his sister, Mrs. William Breen in Hurley, S. D. Mr, and Mrs. Don Elliott stopped at the Norman Wetland home Monday enroute from Okbboji to their home in Fort Dodge. A. J. Aasheim, who has been a surgical patient in a Minneapolis hospital for the past two weeks, has returned to his home. The Boy Scouts had charge of the paper drive in Bode Friday and report collections as very good. Paper was hauled to Hum' boldt by truck. Sunday dinner guests at the Leo Rolland home were Mr. and Mrs'. Norman Rolland, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schultz and son Gene and Mrs. Frank Cook, all of Fort Dodge. Mr. 'and Mrs. Richard Rossing 'have returned to Des Moines after a few days visit at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rossing and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wendt. Rev. and Mrs. Olaf Rossing and two children, of Cloquet, Minn., have returned to their home'after a 10-day visit at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rossing. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Torgerspn and son David were recent visitors in Rake. Her mother Mrs. Delia Halverson, and daughter Maryln accompanied them home for a visit at the Torgerson home. At the end of a week's leave at (he home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Satern, Richard Satern, S 1-c radio man, had his leave cancelled by phone from. New York City and he left for there Friday evening. Two of last year's Bode teachers have teaching positions elsewhere this year. Mildred Carlson, -fifth and sixth grade teacher, goes to Fort Dodge, and- Katheryn Sorensen will teach English and history in the Clarion high school. Sgt. Stanley Enockson, who has returned from 2 years service overseas with the Eighth Air Force, to his home in Ottosen, spent 'Friday in Bode at the home of his aunt Mrs. T. H. Berge, and also called at the Delmar Kinseth home. Lt. Garman Aure, after a visit of several days at the home of his mother, Mrs. R. F. Gullixson, left Thursday for Hubbard for a visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Reed. Friday he left by plane from Des Moines for the west coast. Mrs. Leon Thompson and little daughter of Columbus Junction, are guests at the E. O. Berklantf home. They are making preparation to join Lt. Thompson, who is with the medical corps and now is located at Winters General Hospital, Topeka, Kansas. Richard Opheim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernold Opheim, is a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. His brother, Sgt. Roger Opheim, .who has recently returned from overseas service-and spent a 30-day furlough at the home of his parents, has left for a rest camp at Santa Ana, Calif. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt, accompanied by her two daughters Rob- tod mln, liaVdnniS fflSd -B'ttfiB? M*s. Neil Jtosby Md MJ Martin Tifyistaa Sn» Jimmy Jewse^ SobBy; and Bbbby Hanson wiftt mlng at the Algbna pool JUly Mrs. Mefritt Neal bf LlV«fji*s was given a postnuptial sho*w1* July 20 j»t the Neal Ndsbt holti, Thirty ladies were present,.. »A committee of eight ladies 1ft charge of the affair Included Mrs. Nell Nasby, Mrs. Art Jefisett* Mafia" Larson, Mrs. Arnold Larson, MfS, Torger Johnson, Mrs. Torkel Aurev Mrs. Donald Aure and Mrs. Bert Neal of Humboldt. Mrs. Melvin Bratland and family attended a family gathering Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hlnz, in LuVerne, in honor of the arrival of her brother, Pfc. Walter Hinz. Hlnz just returned from 13 months' of service overseas, the letter part of which was spent in Germany. He is home for a period of 30-days. He has taken part in five major battles. The annual family Knudslien, Sween, Haugen and Sorlein picnic was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Berge July 21. Fifty were present at the affair. Fol^ lowing the dinner a business meeting was conducted by Carl Opheim, president. Other officers elected to serve for two years are W. A. Chantland, vice president, and Mrs. Arne Sorlein, of Humboldt, secretary and treasurer. Not His Master's Voice. Although everywhere you see the Reverend Oswald Sandbafcfi, Methodist clergyman of Reinbeck, you see his dog at his heels, but church would"ibe, ordinarily, the last place to find the animal. One Sunday evening, however, the minister was conducting union services in another church, and the dog, hearing his master's voice, entered, mounted the platform, and promptly, lay down for a nap. At benediction offered by Reverend Clell Hickm'an, the dog arose with the rest of the congregation, yawned, stretched, and promptly left the church. souftd atid Wai aspljcts' :<bf pis fiffi: tl ' 1H the Evangelist church of Ledytfd, acfcofding E, P, Nilss, J«it6rV -. ' - J The'film Mtuifes the experiences of Oapt. EdWIM Rick esibaeker, Lt, James :Whlttackei* and Sgt; John Birtekj and the testimony of Col; George S, Clarke*, one of the last afitty officers to leave Bataafi, as Well as a series of training shots taken in both army and navy camps. Mr. and Mrs; IVan Selberg and Infant daughter, t>f • Rlttgsted spent Sunday at the Fred Seiberj home. Mr. and Mrs, Chris Gelhaus anc Dean, Doris Wdlfbrel and Delores Gelhaus attended the Saddle Club show at Seneca Sunday, Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Darnel and family and Leola Busch, o: Elmore, Minn., visited at the Paul Gilhaus home on Sunday. Miss Norma Selberg is spending a furlough at the home of her pa* rents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Selberg She is stationed at Pensacola, Fla •Doris Carpenter and Jackie went to Austin Sunday and took Mrs. Carl Nayes and her two daughters home after a short Visit here. • ' Mrs. Glenn Yahnke went to Buffalo Center Sunday to visit' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jensen. Mrs. Jensen has been ill but is better. The devotional meeting of the Youth (Fellowship of the .Evangelical and Reformed church will toe held Sunday evening* wdth Norma Ilogeman as leader, Howard Klinksiek had a. week's leave after finishing his boot training at Memphis, Tenn., and expects to go to OklaMoma for further training in mechanics. The women's guild of the Evangelical and Reformed church will meet at the church this afternoon '*tf-'<-&$^;k'^&^&^^&&^QA^Wj& Budget Estimate School District NOTICE: The Board of 'Directors of Ottosen School District, Wacousta and Garfield Townships, HumBoldt and Kossuth Counties, Iowa, will meet August 15, 1945, at 8 P. M., at school house. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1, 1945, and ending June 30, 1946. A detailed statement of receipts and 'disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the 'hearirfg. N. STRUTHERS, District Secretary. FUNDS 1 2 Expenditures for Year I s ! j- o Ji rt *^ O ' 6 * $21923 $21923 3300 $25223 $775 $775 $775 $21148 $21148 3300 $24448 General __$I4628 $18966 Total General Fund .$14628 $18968 Bonds and Interest 2630 3570 Total All Purposes $17258 $22536 Secretary's balance July I, 1945. 1. General Fund — — r^uu«' 2. Less Unpaid Bills -£3800 3. Less Balance Reserved .- —••—.$8532 School House FundJ.......:........ . Est. tax per $1,000.00 assessed! value. Number of persons of school agei. .'. — •-• ............. *-»•» Taxable valuation, 1944, HumbctHt County $949,072; Kossuth County, (fclfjQ 5g2 ' ' Moneys and Credits, 1944, Humboldt County $11,700; Kossuth County, None 4114.97 lllHIIII^ EN FRANKLIM STORE Iowa Esther L. Langmack and Elmer M. Langmack, Owners Milk-ident Tooth Paste Men's Socks Boy's Overalls DK blue cotton. Sanforized. Size 4-8. Large tube. 25c value for Woven Dish Clothes Suit Cases First Aid Kits Metal corners and snaps. Leather handle. Stripped design. Two sizes. Metal box with complete assortment of first aid needs. 2 for 5C Boy's Swim Trunks Infant Dresses Duffle Bags Cotton. Assorted colors and designs, Heavy canvas. Dark color. Zipper. With handle, Large sizes. Size 4-6. Assorted colors and designs Infant Gowns Assorted colors. 100 Feet Clothes Lone Flannel 39c Crepe 49c Waste Baskets Copper Chore Boy Pot Cleaners Heavy construction paper board basket. Assorted colors and designs. Vegetable ,...,..., .. r .10c .49<5 Shower or iwim SHAMPOO Mr Si BM •Mff i: Sbl Maya .Will |d tlif ottgfi win . : . .-.. ;,.., , MafrjaM OsWaid; 61 :Mii , Mifln., visited Kef mdthef M«,- Hefb Zlelskfi Stinday. Mai'i jdule has a v m6tibgfaMmlnf> fehibg at fiiniore afld also eovefS buttons and does hemstitching; Her hus'^ Mhd Is iti r • Sunday Mf.attd MM. Thompson, Rev, and Mrs. Edward Cass, Mr?. L. V, Wiemer aftd Mrs, Carl Burrows, from Ledyard, and Mrs. J. M. warbtirton and Mrs. A. Q, Smith of Lakota, attended the first session of Bible eonief* ence at, Okoboji. Several Ledyard people attended the Tri-County Youth Rally which was held, at Blue Earth Friday. They are Rev. and 'Mrs. Edward NusS, Hev, and Mrs. iEdWard IDass. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plaeger and family; Wilson Brock and Betty Lewis, Darlene Schroder, Patricia Matzeher, Eugene Blome, Doretta and Marvella Johnson, Beverly and Delores Koestler and James and Omar Reece, Not Even One Meat Ball. ,.'.' The, Sioux City fire d'epartment reported "no loss" to the property Earl S. ike] Algonn, lown as Representative the Cdim|niiiy la Frank G, Ltmdblad, '', Ass't Manager Fort Dodge, Iowa ' Thomas B. Read, Manager 1122 Pes Moines bldg Des Moines, Idwa Cobblers m For Canning APRICOTS 13 Ib. Lag 'L79 CUCUMBERS PASCAL CELERY ^ L L M U 11 J California Sunkist VINE RIPE CANTALOUPE lb . 19c <» 29c 396 Doz. lb Cake Floor Softasilk-.- 44 oz. pkg. 28c Jack Sprat Corn, or Gloss Starch Q.l'-lb. pkgs. 25c Jack Sprat Enriched Milk... 3 tall cans 29c N.'.B..C. ..:•., • , • V •-.;-.• Shredded Wheat 12 oz pkg |2c Grapenots... 12 pz pkg (5c Lewis Lye ....3 cans 25c Quaker Yellow Corn Meal.... .24 oz pkg Bab-o....... ....-2 cans 23c Jack Sprat Qnlcfc or Kegnlar Oats.. . ..48 oz pkg 26C Painted Surface Cleaner . / Tidy House. ^i^v koe ..........^ lb. : "' • , ;-- •'...; • . .8 oz. pkg. |Qc D i Kand Road Atlas For 25c with purchase evidence for 3 packages of Jack Sprat Cereals, ALL JAiK SPRAT BRAND! WHEAT FLAKI BRAN FLAKES Y& Old Fashioned Rock Candy.... ;...:, 39c Bed (No Points) Kidney Beans.... .—2 fpr 23c Richelieu Jumbo Ripe Olives.. ..9£ oz. jar 39fi Jack Sprat Sugar Added " Orange Juice :. §3c Ball Zinc Caps.. f --doz. 25c Diamond No. 1 • English Walnuts.... '... lb. 49c . \ ' - - Soap •. .'-..••• .. •. Lifebuoy.. ..... . - . - 3 % 23c Country Style Mixed Pickles. .. 27'oz. jar 29c Grandee . Olive Butter. ... 1 lb 9 d? Jar 55c Green Stuffed No. 10 \ Olives .... ....... 6 oz. V 43 C Red Jar Rubbers....: ..:.. r ...; : ....3 for\!3c American Oil Sardines..... ........ v .3i oz. can Swift's, Decker's, Hormel's Armours' PURE LARD ARMOUR'S YITAU)X Fregh CORNED BEEF Cut Lunch HERRING 21b. 35C SAIT PRK SUMMER -••'' '-•'• ' - - ' AMERICAN CHEESE spRiNu ma . ?SSf:pyS^Siil|iIliSPfil|^^

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